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OBITUARY Mr. H. L. Barratt, Of Waikerie (Article), Murray Pioneer (Renmark, SA : 1942 - 1950), Thursday 21 August 1947 page Article 2014-07-20 16:52 -Of Waikerie
| By the receiit sudden passing
Wa!kerle lost a well-known' and
popular citizen. Mr. Barratt!
who was In Adelaide on holi
fir.'t came to Waikerie 82 years
ago. , . ~~.
Mrs. and the late Charles Bar
•att,' of Angas'on, and was 63
vesrs ot age. His mother, who
:s 87 years of age, still lives
at An gas ton.
Arriving in Waikerie in 1916
.Mr. Barratt took up orchard
work and later acquired a truit
-esided.
until owing to deafness , he
found It necessary to discon
lnue playing.
^ His great recreational, inter
est was In the bowline club,
und he derived intense enjoy
For many years he was n
Of a genial and happy dis
position he' had many friends
who will rnisp him. He leaves
? Jeib Webber) both of Waik
and three grandchildren.
Of Waikerie
By the recent sudden passing
Waikerie lost a well-known and
popular citizen. Mr. Barratt,
who was in Adelaide on holi-
first came to Waikerie 32 years
ago.
Mrs. and the late Charles Bar-
ratt, of Angaston, and was 63
years of age. His mother, who
is 87 years of age, still lives
at Angaston.
Arriving in Waikerie in 1915
Mr. Barratt took up orchard
work and later acquired a fruit
resided.
until owing to deafness he
found it necessary to discon-
tinue playing.
His great recreational inter-
est was in the bowling club,
and he derived intense enjoy-
For many years he was a
Of a genial and happy dis-
position he had many friends
who will miss him. He leaves
Herb Webber) both of Waik-
erie, and three grandchildren.
AT ANGASTON (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Thursday 7 May 1925 page Article 2014-07-20 16:01 ? Tlie Congregational Church was charmincl]
decorated on Wednesday last in honour of thf
wedding of Ada, youngest daughter of the. late
ton. to Mr. Michael Colbert, ol Angaston. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. J,
Kagor, and the Wedding March was played bj
Mrs. Arthur Salter Tlie bride, who was given
away by her brother, Mr. Walter Barratt,wore
white French crepe de chine with pearl trimmingi
and embroidered veil, worn cap fashion,- and
finished with sprays cf orange blossom.- vv*-Thc
bridesmaid. Miss Gwen Burton; was dressed- in
name jacqnard marocain, witi .black hat . Mt
Cordon Lndlow was best mai' A 'reception wal
which the bridal couple left by motor for' Wai-
kerle. where the honeymoon is beiny spent- 'Mr.
ana Mrs. Colbert's future home will be ia Angas
AT INfticrnu
The Congregational Church was charmingly
decorated on Wednesday last in honour of the
wedding of Ada, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Charles Barratt, and Mrs. Barratt, of Angas-
ton, to Mr. Michael Colbert, of Angaston. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. J.
Magor, and the Wedding March was played by
Mrs. Arthur Salter. The bride, who was given
away by her brother, Mr. Walter Barratt, wore
white French crepe de chine with pearl trimmings
and embroidered veil, worn cap fashion, and
finished with sprays of orange blossom. The
bridesmaid, Miss Gwen Burton, was dressed in
flame jacquard marocain, with black hat. Mr.
Gordon Ludlow was best man. A reception was
which the bridal couple left by motor for Wai-
kerie, where the honeymoon is being spent. Mr.
and Mrs. Colbert's future home will be in Angas-
AT ANGASTON.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 1 April 1920 page Family Notices 2014-06-06 16:59 NICHOLLS-DUMAS.-On 18th February, at
he I'r bileran Chunk, Brighton \ letona, by
the Rev. R. Wilson Macaulay, Frederick
*N 1,V and Maid Inc Rinsrll. c'dcU
Um flite S li > el lol fon of the 1 itc btelilicn
nauriiir of Hie late \ictor and Mrs pumas, of
nauM lu -j-, ....."". Adelaide papers
"idi'lure Villlli lustnlla
NICHOLLS—DUMAS.—On 18th February, at
the Presbyterian Church, Brighton, Victoria, by
the Rev. R. Wilson Macaulay, B.A., Frederick
J. Nicholls, and Mabel Inez Russell, eldest
John (late A.I.F.), eldest son of the late Stephen
daughter of the late Victor and Mrs. Dumas, of
Adelaide, South Australia. Adelaide papers
please copy.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 28 December 1917 page Family Notices 2014-06-06 16:46 Graham Heard (New Zealand forces), dearly
Pozieres, III -jtli lulj, 1'JIO (previously reported
missing) Willum Duncan Mclennan, third snr
uuni: si>n of the late D M AjcLcnnan and Mrs.
ItcLennan Riverview," Mooroopna.
itortltl^ON -hilled in action, somewhere in
Innre m November 30. I"ranh, the dearly loved
n*n oi W nid F Morrison, Moondara, and lov
¿- broth r of lennie, Lirado, Myra, and Archie,
after 21 )i trs on artive service in Lgypt, Galli-
poli, ami Hame, aged 231 years
II Thou shouldkt call mc io resign
Whit most 1 prize-it ne'er was minc
I only Jitld Tlicc jthat is Thine
UORRIöON -A tribute of love to my dearest
fnrnl No 181, Trooper Koderick Morrison, Im-
perial fluid ( on» (Into nth Light Horse lint.),
who died nu December 10, in Palestino, after J
jurs senkt m (.ullipoli and Efeypt, aged 45
Dutv nobly done
M) '.nzac hero, deeply mourned
-(SIFSII Li«, llamblcton street, Albert Tark.)
NICHOLLS.-Killed in action in France, 13th De
of the late Stephen J. Nicholls, of Wodong, and
beloved brother of Fred (on active service), Her
bert Douglas, Jean Battesham, and Mitta Bar
IHDHl-dlllcully reported killed In action In
Iraner ncunhiT 1.1, 1017, after two jeara* ser-
vio Vrgeint M W ltydcr, second son of O M
ni 1 liviler and loving brother of fcdlth 1 ,
iv I t li (on active service), faopnic. Doris,
ud Ulive i"ed 21 years and 2j months.
fhy will be donc, f '
His duty nobl} done
Til} will be done
Grahame Heard (New Zealand forces), dearly
Pozieres, on 25th July, 1916 (previously reported
missing). William Duncan McLennan, third sur-
viving son of the late D. M. McLennan and Mrs.
McLennan, "Riverview," Mooroopna.
MORRISON.—Killed in action, somewhere in
France, on November 30, Frank, the dearly loved
son of W. and F. Morrison, Moondara, and lov-
ing brother of Jennie, Lizzie, Myra, and Archie,
after 2½ years on active service in Egypt, Galli-
poli, and France, aged 23½ years.
If Thou shouldst call me to resign
What most I prize—it ne'er was mine—
I only yield Thee what is Thine.
MORRISON.—A tribute of love to my dearest
friend, No. 184, Trooper Roderick Morrison, Im-
perial Camel Corps (late 11th Light Horse Rgt.),
who died on December 10, in Palestine, after 3
years' service in Gallipoli and Egypt, aged 45.
Duty nobly done.
My Anzac hero, deeply mourned.
—(Sissie Law, Hambleton street, Albert Park.)
NICHOLLS.—Killed in action in France, 13th De-
of the late Stephen J. Nicholls, of Wodonga, and
beloved brother of Fred (on active service), Her-
bert, Douglas, Jean Battesham, and Mitta Bar-
RYDER.—Offically reported killed in action in
France, December 12, 1917, after two years' ser-
vice, Sergeant M. W. Ryder, second son of C. M.
and E. Ryder, and loving brother of Edith E.,
S.C., C.H. (on active service), Sophie, Doris,
and Olive, aged 21 years and 2½ months.
Thy will be done.
His duty nobly done.
Thy will be done.
STRETCHER-BEARER'S WORK. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 19 July 1915 page Article 2014-06-06 16:04 Infantry Brigade, writes to his father,
Mr. E.T. Fricker, editor of "The
Australiasian" :-
here: It was all most terrible. The positions
we hold now you would not think it possible
for a handful of men to take from the sea. The
casualty-list, of course, has been heavy, and I
I don't suppose you in
Australia will like the look of that, but the
action and 5 killed. We have a dressing
over a steep, winding and rough track.
straight to the hospital ships in the
are the means of saving a good many lives
do from all ranks especially when there is
nary escapes. Two days ago a great piece
of shell whistled past my head, and buried
duty we have 'dug-outs' on the beach.
everyone, and seem to have no fear; that
rible sound as they come tearing through the
ing too, but have no chance of getting out
think it would have been good bye to all
" I witnessed the good old Triumph go to
was something not to be forgotten. Then
pedoes) are no good '"
Infantry Brigade, writes to his father, Mr.
E.T. Fricker, editor of "The Austral-
asian" :-
here; it was all most terrible. The posi-
tions we hold now you would not think it
possible for a handful of men to take from
the sea. The casualty-list, of course, has
been heavy, and I don't suppose you in Aus-
tralia will like the look of that, but the
action, and 5 killed. We have a dressing
over a steep, winding, and rough track.
straight out to the hospital ships in the
are the means of saving a good many lives,
do from all ranks, especially when there is
nary escapes. Two days ago a great piece of
shell whistled past my head, and buried
duty we live in our 'dug-outs' on the beach.
everyone, and seem to have no fear. Out
rible sound as they come tearing through
ing, too, but have no chance of getting out
think it would have been good-bye to all
"I witnessed the good old Triumph go to
was something never to be forgotten. Then
pedoes) are no good.'"
KILLED ON THE RAILWAY. Melbourne, 17th December. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 18 December 1912 page Article 2014-06-06 15:25 t<rrr,t,tm on thu. "railway.
An open verdict was returned to-day jn
connection with the death of Harry Bat
torham, aged 26 years, whose body, cut in
Wo, was found on the railway line at Men
tone on 7tli December. The evidence
the "Yarra Yarra Itowino- Club. On ono
occasion he had broken down through over
wort. The coroner remarked that it iraa
I There was no blame attachable to the Rail
i way department. It niisrht have been that
i Batterhani w;is over carried in the train
I to Mentone, and wandered about there.
Melbourne, 17tli December.
KILLED ON THE RAILWAY.
An open verdict was returned to-day in
connection with the death of Harry Bat-
terham, aged 26 years, whose body, cut in
two, was found on the railway line at Men-
tone on 7th December. The evidence
the Yarra Yarra Rowing Club. On one
occasion he had broken down through over-
work. The coroner remarked that it was
There was no blame attachable to the Rail-
way department. It might have been that
Batterham was over carried in the train
to Mentone, and wandered about there.
Melbourne, 17th December.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 14 December 1912 page Family Notices 2014-06-06 15:13 BATTERHAM.-On the 7(h December, accidentally
killed, Harry Battei-liam, o£ -Wheatland-road, Mal
BATTERHAM.—On the 7th December, accidentally
killed, Harry Batterham, of Wheatland-road, Mal-
Latest News. OUT IN TWO BY TRAIN. Melbourne, Sunday. (Article), Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic. : Moama, NSW : 1869 - 1954), Monday 9 December 1912 page Article 2014-06-06 15:10 Latest Uqws.
OUT IN TWO BY TRAIN.
Harry Battorham, 2o years of ago, n
commercial travollor, was out in two on
tlio railway lino at Slontono on Saturday.
The circumstnncos nro unknown.
Melbourne, Sunday. -
Latest News.
CUT IN TWO BY TRAIN.
Harry Batterham, 25 years of age, a
commercial traveller, was cut in two on
the railway line at Mentone on Saturday.
The circumstances are unknown.
Melbourne, Sunday.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 27 April 1912 page Family Notices 2014-06-06 14:46 Malvern, by the Rev D. Macrae, Stewart Harry,
Malvern, by the Rev D. Macrae Stewart, Harry,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 1 April 1911 page Family Notices 2014-05-29 18:14 BARROW-Th. Ulinda o! Mr C1 ORÍ.F LUGII
ION BtltltOH nn rr»|»i Hull) lnvite.1 to
("How the minim of hu lill 1» lot ed nile to Uli
plu. of lilli mu ni. Uu Box Hill Ci meier)
lb. fuuiril will lejte lu» ii.id.nri, mmcr Sti I
lui, strut Jin! h.nlrojd Box lill! THIS I)»»
arruine at umeiert it i p ni
» »t PMUlLll», I tidcrukir, Kew, Hawthorn,
and Box Hill
BARROW.—The Friends of Mr. GEORGE LEIGH-
TON BARROW are respectfully invited to
follow the remains of his late beloved wife to the
place of interment, the Box Hill Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, corner Sta-
tion-street and Kent-road, Box Hill, THIS DAY
arriving at cemetery at 4 p.m.
A. W. PADBURY, Undertaker, Kew, Hawthorn,
and Box Hill.

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