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3 noelwoodhouse 2,882,665
4 annmanley 2,236,383
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7819 Margaret1951 1,231
7820 cairnswk 1,230
7821 gilcroome 1,230
7822 Porepunkah51 1,230
7823 Sharron65 1,230
7824 Clare7 1,229

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1 JohnWarren 4,413,775
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,171
3 noelwoodhouse 2,882,665
4 annmanley 2,236,313
5 John.F.Hall 2,112,810
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7814 butterpaper 1,230
7815 cairnswk 1,230
7816 gilcroome 1,230
7817 Porepunkah51 1,230
7818 Sharron65 1,230
7819 Clare7 1,229

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 23 March 1942 [Issue No.27,122] page 7 2017-04-26 22:44 residence. Ryrle-strcet. HealesvUle,
Frcncls Leopold, the denrly beloved husband
residence. Ryrle-street. Healesville,
Francls Leopold, the dearly beloved husband
No title (Article), Hamilton Spectator (Vic. : 1870 - 1918), Thursday 29 December 1892 [Issue No.4999] page 2 2017-04-26 22:00 Senior.
record the death of Mrs. Bull on the 27 inst,
Death of Mrs. G. BULL Senior.
It is with the deepest regret we have torecord the death of Mrs. Bull on the 27 inst,
No title (Article), Hamilton Spectator (Vic. : 1870 - 1918), Thursday 29 December 1892 [Issue No.4999] page 2 2017-04-26 21:55 cheerful and practical piety, she made her
the esteem of all. The people of Donkeld
deeply sympathise with the grief of her I
relatives, and it will be a source of consols- 1
tion to the latter to know that this grief is I
felt in the social and religious circles in I
way successfully in this world, and gained
the esteem of all. The people of Dunkeld
relatives, and it will be a source of consola
tion to the latter to know that this grief is
felt in the social and religious circles in
No title (Article), Hamilton Spectator (Vic. : 1870 - 1918), Thursday 29 December 1892 [Issue No.4999] page 2 2017-04-26 20:41 &- Bdll, Senior. i
Jj with the deepest regret ire have to I
record the death of Mrs. BnlL on the iStfa I
inst, at Dunkeld. Mrs. Bull had been snf- I
disease, phthieis, which baffled all the I
resourera of medical science and of the I
tenderest and most watchful care, and to I
which she at last succumbed to the deen I
sorrow ot her bereaved husband and large I
fomfly- By patient industry, unewerviL I
integrity and the constant exercise of a I
cheerful and practical piety, she made her I
Senior.
record the death of Mrs. Bull on the 27 inst,
at Dunkeld. Mrs. Bull had been suffering
disease, phthisis, which baffled all the
resoures of medical science and of the
tenderest and most watchful care, and to
which she at last succumbed to the deep
sorrow ot her bereaved husband and large
family. By patient industry, unswerving
integrity and the constant exercise of a
cheerful and practical piety, she made her
OBITUARY. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Monday 28 December 1914 [Issue No.13,710] page 5 2017-04-23 12:55 took place mi Friday In the White
of" the Bendigo East Football Glub
bv Mcsrs P. Cashen, K. Nolan, H.
Muir, W.' Ing, finger. There were
dome? from the Bendigo Abattoirs,
Bendigo East Football Gluh, one
for the widow and two young, chil
Fizelle and Mulquecn.
took place on Friday In the White
of the Bendigo East Football Glub
by v Messrs P. Cashen, K. Nolan, H.
Muir, W. Inglefinger. There were
domes from the Bendigo Abattoirs,
Bendigo East Football Club, one
for the widow and two young chil
Fizelle and Mulqueen.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Thursday 24 December 1914 [Issue No.13,708] page 8 2017-04-23 12:46 Funeral Wotices.
C.ALLAGILYN.— The of the lab
Mr. JAMES CALLAGHAN, junr,. an
. respectfully invited to follow Ills remain:
to the White Mills Cemetery. The fune-
's ral will leave his late residence, case:
!S Street, on Friday the 25tli inst.. at ihre
_ o'clock. FiZELLE and MULQUEEN, Un-
dertaker, Bridge Street. Telephone 17o
Funeral Notices.
CALLAGHAN.— The friends of the late
Mr. JAMES CALLAGHAN, junr., are
respectfully invited to follow hls remains
will leave his late residence, Casey
Street, on Friday the 25th inst.. at three
o'clock. FIZELLE and MULQUEEN, Un
dertaker, Bridge Street. Telephone 175
LEE--DICKINSON (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 7 March 1920 [Issue No.884] page 14 2017-04-22 01:05 scone of a military wedding on Febru
torn Dickinson and Mrs. Dickinson, of
"Bomlinra," Stanmoro, \tas married
to Lieutenant John Robert Lee, lata
21st Battalion, and ono of the selec
wore ivory brocade eharmanto and
I.I HCX. AND Jilts. ,1. It. IJEE
georgette, mailo with bouffant effect,
and long panel, falling from tho
shoulders. Tho veil was held in
place by a silver- 11 lot and orange
blossom. Tho bridesmaid, Miss Olga
channelise, relieved with touches of
best man. Dean Talbot officiated/The
cashmere do sole, with hat en suite.
Her Arctic fox furs wero the gift of
tho bridegroom.
scene of a military wedding on Febru
Tom Dickinson and Mrs. Dickinson, of
"Bombara," Stanmore, was married
to Lieutenant John Robert Lee, late
21st Battalion, and one of the selec
wore ivory brocade charmante and
Photograph of Lieut. and Mrs J.R. Lee
georgette, made with bouffant effect,
and long panel, falling from the
shoulders. The veil was held in
place by a silver-filet and orange
blossom. The bridesmaid, Miss Olga
charmeuse, relieved with touches of
best man. Dean Talbot officiated. The
cashmere de sole, with hat en suite.
Her Arctic fox furs were the gift of
the bridegroom.
Social Gossip (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 22 February 1920 [Issue No.882] page 12 2017-04-22 00:55 Monday at "VV-yong," Stanmore, the
married to Lieutenant J. 11. Lee in St.
The hostess, Miss Olga Buldiek, enter
were old school friends of the : bride-
elect at. Normanhurst, Ashilcld, The
to liy the Misses Weatlierlll, Pearee,
'Mabel Aubrey and Eileen Baldick were
Monday at "VVyong," Stanmore, the
married to Lieutenant J. R. Lee in St.
The hostess, Miss Olga Baldick, enter
were old school friends of the bride-
elect at Normanhurst, Ashfield. The
to by the Misses Weatherlll, Pearce,
Mabel Aubrey and Eileen Baldick were
FAMER'S DEATH (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 13 October 1921 [Issue No.23,209] page 5 2017-04-21 18:24 FAJUreil'S HEATH.
jDeputy-Coroner M\'. R. Anderson yes- ,
teiday at life City -Court conducted an
iiMjuiry regarding tliQ-dp.tth of 'Robert,
a farmer in the Inverleigh district, 7.5
Gejelong. He. put up at the Queen's
barely got outside tlio gate when it
bolted. It crashed the gig against tho
]K-£t at the corner of Little Ma lop and
Glieringhap streets, and Cnmpbell was
thrown mi to his head. He. received
lir^jNtnl, where lie did not regain con
^wnsneso and i -died -on Monday after
noon. Plain-clothes Constable Duini
gai'(e evidence to that effect at the in
qiary yesterday. J)r. Jlatthews said
tliat death in his opinion was du» to
l-.eiiiorrhage. Tho, injuries received by
tJaiiipbell could be caused by a fall.
Jo1u; M'Pcuzie, stnWe. man enioloyed
at-..tlie Qi:een's Head Hotel, testified to
tlie deceased being at tbe hotel during
the day, but when lie left he .was all
M*Kenzie :for_. allowing the deceased to
go -nw.iy ?!« tlie stato in which be was,
alia told liim that should a similar ease
ocoiir he bhould -prevent thq mail's de
partui-e. A verdict w.is rrtumed that
deceased met his death as tlie result.
oW injuries the r-?snlt of a fall from a
FARMER'S DEATH
Deputy-Coroner W. R. Anderson yes- ,
terday at the City -Court conducted an
inquiry regarding the death of Robert
a farmer in the Inverleigh district, 75
Geelong. He. put up at the Queen's
barely got outside the gate when it
bolted. It crashed the gig against the
post at the corner of Little Malop and
Gheringhap streets, and Campbell was
thrown on to his head. He received
hospital, wherehie did not regain con
sciousness and died on Monday after
noon. Plain-clothes Constable Dunn
gae evidence to that effect at the in
quiry yesterday. Dr. Matthews said
that death in his opinion was due to
hemorrhage. The injuries received by
Campbell could be caused by a fall.
John McKenzie stable man employed
at the Qeen's Head Hotel, testified to
the deceased being at the hotel during
the day, but when lie left he was all
MCKenzie for allowing the deceased to
go away in the state in which be was,
and told hlm that should a similar case
occur he should prevent the man's de
parture. A verdict was retuned that
deceased met his death as the result.
of injuries the result of a fall from a
ELDERLY FARMER'S DEATH (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Tuesday 11 October 1921 [Issue No.23,207] page 5 2017-04-21 18:09 l./Tiinf.ur.v Vapmior'r death
When Robert CnmpbcD, the elderly
farmer from Itiverleigh. met with liis
Ills horse boitod and he was thrown out
of liis jinker at the corner of Little
Malop and Ghoriughap streets, it- was
however, and died in the Geelong' Hos
were notified of tho death, and they
v-ho gave an order for burial, and will
to-morrow 'morning at 10.15.
ELDERLY FARMER'S DEATH
When Robert Campbell, the elderly
farmer from Inverleigh. met with his
hiss horse bolted and he was thrown out
of his jinker at the corner of Little
Malop and Gheringhap streets, it was
Hoefailed to recover consciousness.
however, and died in the Geelong Hos
were notified of the death, and they
who gave an order for burial, and will
to-morrow morning at 10.15.

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