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STRUCK BY 'MONKEY' ENGINEDRIVER FATALLY INJURED. ANOTHER MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITIONS. NEWCASTLE, Tuesday. (Article), The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931), Saturday 22 December 1928 page Article 2014-10-19 22:17 of considerable weight, became dis=
of considerable weight, became dis-
STRUCK BY 'MONKEY' ENGINEDRIVER FATALLY INJURED. ANOTHER MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITIONS. NEWCASTLE, Tuesday. (Article), The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931), Saturday 22 December 1928 page Article 2014-10-19 22:15 ANOTHER MATs' IN SERIOUS
T. Hughes, engined'-iver, employed,
hit by a 'monkey hammer' yester
day, died this morning. ? '
ovens at the works, when, it is sta
of considerable weight, became dis
the skull right leg. jaw, and' lower
' CONDITION.
His companion, FT. Lord, who was
They were encased driving uiles
ted, the 'monkey!' an iron, hammer
men. inflicting injuries of a serious
a fractured skull. ? .
NEWCASTLE. Tuesday.
ANOTHER MAN IN SERIOUS
T. Hughes, enginedriver, employed
hit by a "monkey hammer" yester-
day, died this morning.
ovens at the works, when, it is sta-
of considerable weight, became dis=
the skull right leg, jaw, and lower
CONDITION.
His companion, H. Lord, who was
They were engaged driving piles
ted, the "monkey" an iron hammer
men, inflicting injuries of a serious
a fractured skull.
NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.
ENGINEDRIVER KILLED At Newcastle Steelworks NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. (Article), Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954), Wednesday 19 December 1928 page Article 2014-10-19 22:10 At Newcastle Steelworks .
S . 1 'NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.
, 1 T; Hughes, onginedrivor, employed
at the B.I-I.P. steelworks, Newcastle,
who' was: lilt by a monkey hammer,
died since. , His companion, H. Lord;
who was severely injured when- the
hammer becamo dislodged, is In seri
At Newcastle Steelworks
NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.
T. Hughes, enginedriver, employed
at the B.H.P. steelworks, Newcastle,
who was hit by a monkey hammer,
died since. His companion, H. Lord,
who was severely injured when the
hammer became dislodged, is in seri-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 19 December 1928 page Family Notices 2014-10-19 21:54 tniOIIES.-The Relative» and Friend» of Mrs. ELSIE
JJ- Ü. HUGHES and Miss EVA HUGHES, of Garden
wet, Belmore, are klndlv Invited to nttend the
«wal of their late dearly-loved HUSBAND and
'lIIIF.n, John Ernest; leaving the Mortuary Station,
hint-street, Sydney, THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, by
'mini train, at 1.55 p.m., for Congregational Ceme
rj, Itookwood.
,, Funernl Directors,
W», Newcastle 282. Mimi. Svdnev and Newcastle.
milKS.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. mid
Mrs. R. H. LUIIR and FAMILY aro kindly In
¡?.M to attend the Funeral of their late dcarly-lovcd
MK-IN-LAW and BROTHER-IN-LAW, John Ernest
pan; Ii-nvlng the Mortunrv Station, Regent-street,
*er, THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, by Funeral train,
»1- p.m., for Congregational Cemetery, Rookwood.
. _WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
HUGHES.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. ELSIE
R. HUGHES and Miss EVA HUGHES, of Garden-
street, Belmore, are kindly invited to attend the
Funeral of their late dearly-loved HUSBAND and
FATHER, John Ernest; leaving the Mortuary Station,
Regent-street, Sydney, THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, by
Funeral train, at 1.55 p.m., for Congregational Ceme-
tery, Rookwood.
Funeral Directors,
Tele., Newcastle 282, M4611. Sydney and Newcastle.
HUGHES.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. LUHR and FAMILY are kindly in-
vited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly-loved
SON-IN-LAW and BROTHER-IN-LAW, John Ernest
Hughes; leaving the Mortuary Station, Regent-street,
Sydney, THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, by Funeral train,
at 1.55 p.m., for Congregational Cemetery, Rookwood.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 15 April 1924 page Family Notices 2014-10-16 12:24 I H-BSCHAUSEX.—In lovin? memory of oor I
- dear son afid brother. Allan WlUiazn^ *-vbo -was i
I kOled in France, April 15, 1917.
A noble boy j-one. but not fot^ot___u 1
- —Inserted by his loving mother, rfstor?, ani bro- ?
I thers. / j
HtCKET.—In loving Demon- of dear Jim,'
' lolled in Franoe. April 15. 1017. j
Thongh absent from among us, J
Too are ever in our thoughts. j
- —Inserted by his lo*i_~ brother -and __st?r-in- I
, law. Jade. Winnie, and children. !
-UcIXTOSH.—In sad and loving memory ?_ j
our dear son and brother. John Bobert. "-who
died of wounds in France. Isth April. 1917.
A menuiry dearer than words can tell.
How mnch we lost seven 3*eais ago.
? —Inserted by his loving mother, tather. eistetl,
and brothers. 8, Grace-street. Unley. /
1 ?MTEBS.—Jn loving memory of onr dear Jlra.
Tvho was killed in a_tj_n in F.-ance. April, !___.
—Ever __in_a_--reiJ by his loving mother,
, brothers, sn_ sisters. r
EO.E.—In loving memory of ray dear eon, Vo
4 55, Private Charies Eulc, J_L__l_ 'of the original
10th, killed in France, April IS, 1917.—Ever re
? membered by his loving mother and brother Alf..
SS, Tailor's-road, Thebarton, and his loving
sister and lirotiier in-law, Itay aad Herb. Wasley,
and little niece, of York. / * "
THOMAS.—In loving munion of Private W G
. Thomas died on the 14th April. 1318. "Hi,
duty nobly done."—lnserted by hia loving
, mother. Mrs. T. Thomas, Hyde Part, sist _rs and
brother-. /
W_l_sO_T.—ln lovfm; memoir of Private Alf
i Wilson, 12th Battalion, reported missing at
I Lagnicourt, lath April, 1017. Thy will be
done.—lnserted by his loving cousin, A. Mata
lich. j
&KSE. —^ln lotii-jr inemtury of d__ar wiie
BOWELS.—In loving memory of dear Keithv
BLENH-iAOK.—In loving memory of mv dear
- fcoAand wfao passed away on April isth, 1523.
Lonely and sad. I sit at night.
And think of tbe days gone by.
Wfaen we -were together aide by aide,
1 My dear husband and I.
—___er__d by- his I.7v__g wife. C B. B-e?kirO?i.
BLE-TK-BOX.—In. aad but loving memory
of <wr denr Will, wbo tw__eH away at tie
Jost a memory, fond and true,
A loving thonght. dear Will, for you.
—ln____-d by Ivy am! Hartley. * Ks_r:.'
BI.E-SK-ftON.—ln loving memory of our dear
dadcy, -who died on April 15th, 1923.
When tbe mysteries of life are revealed.
And the laa. great divide we have crossed.
We hope tn meet oor dear one again,
Tbe daddy we bave loved and lost.
—Ingested hr his lasima <_nH__n, PbjCU,
Uojk, Vaama, tern _?_ tittle Bcttf. f
t
BLENKIRON".—in *ad. but ?.-v-s-ri-_r mfworr of onr
dear son and father. Will, who iias-M away at
. the Angaston Hospital on April 15, 1023.
| So radly missued.
J When leasr eipectx-d death doth CAme,
No li_.nd can stay Its po?.vr;
j The weak, thr healthy, and the rtrnn*
; All perish like a ffower.
But he's gone io the plare where the w^ary
find rpi=t;
H-' is fre** from all Borrow and pain.
And some -day we hope iv tiiat land of tlie
blest.
—Inserted hy his sorrowing si Mber and little
daughter Mavis. Anga._on. /
BLENKIRON.— In cad. but lovitur memory *-._
roy dear brother Will, who died a: Anira_stou Hos
pital, April lit. iy23.
Thr I^ord i^aid- "I piw. I take:
j He dwells with" Me in My Kiug-lom above.
Whirr* all i? peace and joy and lov.
—Inserted hy his loving sifter a\td brother-in
law. Harriet and Alf., and family. /
/
We shall meet our -lear one strain.
HIRSCHAUSEN.—In loving memory of our
dear son and brother, Allan William, who was
killed in France, April 15, 1917.
A noble boy gone, but not forgotten.
—Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, and bro-
thers.
HICKEY.—In loving memory of dear Jim,
killed in France, April 15, 1917.
Thongh absent from among us,
You are ever in our thoughts.
—Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-
law, Jack, Winnie, and children.
McINTOSH.—In sad and loving memory of
our dear son and brother, John Robert, who
died of wounds in France, 15th April, 1917.
A memory dearer than words can tell,
How much we lost seven years ago.
—Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters,
and brothers. 8, Grace-street, Unley.
MYERS.—In loving memory of our dear Jim,
who was killed in action in France, April, 1917.
—Ever remembered by his loving mother,
brothers, and sisters.
RULE.—In loving memory of my dear son, No.
455, Private Charles Rule, M.M., of the original
10th, killed in France, April 15, 1917.—Ever re-
membered by his loving mother and brother Alf.,
88, Taylor's-road, Thebarton, and his loving
sister and brother in-law, May and Herb. Wasley,
and little niece, of York.
THOMAS.—In loving memory of Private W. G.
Thomas, died on the 14th April, 1918. "His
duty nobly done."—Inserted by his loving
mother, Mrs. T. Thomas, Hyde Park, sisters and
brothers.
WILSON.—In loving memory of Private Alf.
Wilson, 12th Battalion, reported missing at
Lagnicourt, 15th April, 1917. Thy will be
done.—Inserted by his loving cousin, A. Mata-
lich.
BONE. —In loving memory of our dear wife
BOWELS.—In loving memory of dear Keithy,
BLENKIRON.—In loving memory of my dear
husband who passed away on April 15th, 1923.
Lonely and sad, I sit at night,
And think of the days gone by.
When we were together side by side,
My dear husband and I.
—Inserted by his loving wife, C. B. Blenkiron.
BLENKIRON.—In sad but loving memory
of our dear Will, who passed away at the
Just a memory, fond and true,
A loving thought, dear Will, for you.
—Inserted by Ivy and Hartley.
BLENKIRON.—In loving memory of our dear
daddy, who died on April 15th, 1923.
When the mysteries of life are revealed,
And the last great divide we have crossed,
We hope to meet our dear one again,
The daddy we have loved and lost.
—Inserted by his loving children, Phyllis,
Lloyd, Connie, Reva and little Betty.

BLENKIRON.—In sad, but loving memory of our
dear son and father, Will, who passed away at
the Angaston Hospital on April 15, 1923.
So sadly missed.
When least expected death doth come,
No hand can stay its power;
The weak, the healthy, and the strong
All perish like a flower.
But he's gone to the place where the weary
find rest;
He is free from all sorrow and pain.
And some day we hope in that land of the
blest,
—Inserted by his sorrowing mother and little
daughter Mavis, Angaston.
BLENKIRON.— In sad but loving memory of
my dear brother Will, who died at Angaston Hos-
pital, April 15, 1923.
Thr Lord said, "I gave, I take: Do not grieve, your brother is safe.
He dwells with Me in My Kingdom above,
Where all is peace and joy and love.
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-
law, Harriet and Alf., and family.

We shall meet our dear one again.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Thursday 3 May 1923 page Family Notices 2014-10-16 12:00 band of C. B; Blenkirou, in his' 34th years, . So
MRS. W BLEKIRON and FAMILY, of Angas-
thanking Doctors and Matron and Staff of Hos
pltal; also Mrs. Cliff Wishart, Mrs. Liddle, and
band of C. B. Blenkiron, in his 34th years, So
MRS. W. BLEKIRON and FAMILY, of Angas-
thanking Doctors and Matron and Staff of Hos-
pital; also Mrs. Cliff Wishart, Mrs. Liddle, and
FAREWELL AT ANGASTON. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Tuesday 19 March 1918 page Article 2014-10-14 16:32 I FAREWELL AT ANGASTO>\
lne umgaston institute was crowctea
on March 13. when Jour Angseton soldiers,
a farewell social by the Cheer-Up So
ciety. The chairman, of the society <Mr.
, F. Salter'* presided, and presented the
j soldiers Privates Albert laddie, Leslie
Chandler, Hartley IBarrptfc and Arthur
Atkinson) with shaving outfits, and wool
len comforts from the Oheer-tJp Society
and knitting, class. Mr. J.' V. Hjeggie,
beEaU oi the townspeople aiid district,
wished ithe guests ia.ssFe, and-jspeedy. re
turn. He also eulpgised t^e re-euRst
[ merit of Private Liddle, who was- the
first volunteer from Angasion at the out
break of war. He was wounded and in-.
I valided home. Musical and elocutionary
items were rendered by Ifiss Eland and
Messrs. Mansfield, and Beeton- Supper
and a dance concluded ? a -most ? success
ful ereninp.
FAREWELL AT ANGASTON
The Angaston institute was crowded
on March 13, when four Angaston soldiers,
a farewell social by the Cheer-Up So-
ciety. The chairman of the society (Mr.
F. Salter) presided, and presented the
soldiers Privates Albert Liddle, Leslie
Chandler, Hartley Barrett, and Arthur
Atkinson) with shaving outfits, and wool-
len comforts from the Cheer-Up Society
and knitting class. Mr. J. P. Heggie,
behalf of the townspeople and district,
wished the guests a safe and speedy re-
turn. He also eulogised the re-enlist-
ment of Private Liddle, who was the
first volunteer from Angaston at the out-
break of war. He was wounded and in-
valided home. Musical and elocutionary
items were rendered by Miss Eland and
Messrs. Mansfield and Beeton. Supper
and a dance concluded a most success-
ful evening.

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