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|Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 29 August 1944 page Advertising||2013-12-10 19:04||RE Will of JESSIE"* SOUTH \M late of
Kyogle. In th. State of New South Wales
Spinster deceased Probat» granted by Supreme
Court of New South Wales mi JOth februirr
1344 Pursuant to the Wills Probate *
|RE Will of JESSIE SOUTHAM late of
Kyogle, in the State of New South Wales
Spinster deceased Probate granted by Supreme
Court of New South Wales on 29th February
1944 Pursuant to the Wills Probate *
|Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 5 March 1917 page Advertising||2013-12-10 13:39||LOoi', Friday ¡lriuriioori, IMarch 2, Fortnight's
mg man; good reward.-C. South, 77; The Mall.
Wages (-£1 and ^iS-noti);" Glenelg A\ork
|LOST', Friday afternoon, March 2, Fortnight's
ing man; good reward. C. South, 77, The Mall.
Wages (£1 and £5 note); Glenelg work-
|Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Thursday 16 July 1914 page Advertising||2013-12-10 13:33||QBCONDIIAM) Brown's Tree Puller, or Bunyip)
0 (Foret Devil), in good »orlone; order-»
1 C South Happi Vallej_C-(7-8
|SECONDHAND Brown's Tree Puller, or Bunyip)
(ForeSt Devil), in good working order-
J. C. Smith Happy Valley. C-(7-8
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 8 March 1922 page Family Notices||2013-12-09 19:15||JAM?E A loving memory of or little
mch. -8, 1921.
yaeseteadby his uncle and aunt,-,ate and -
QiIIZK-SsCted tot fh memoror of m afry T
Quick. who . departed.ths life on arch 3
is". Gaoe.- but not forgotten.
in erted by he r loving husband. and -rcif
. dre a t .F
|JAMES A loving memory of our little nephew Jack, who departed this life on
March 8, 1921.
Inserted by his uncle and aunt, Kate and Reg.
QUICK - Sacred to the memoror of Mary
Quick, who departed this life on March 8
1926. Gone- but not forgotten.
Inserted by her loving husband and -chil-
|PERTH WOOL SALES. GOOD CLEARANCES. Exchange Effects. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 20 January 1931 page Article||2013-12-09 18:48||Darkan, (11) lid. W. E. J. Poarc, Jayes.
||Darkan, (11) 11d. W. E. J. Poarc, Jayes.
|STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATiVE ASSEMBLY Perth, Jan. 30. (Article), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), Wednesday 31 January 1923 page Article||2013-12-09 18:28||STATE PARLIAraEMT -
In i;he -L-egisla-tive Assembly this
afternoon- Mr.-' Mann- asked - the ;
Premierr-(i) Had' he ' noticed- that-a j
considerable .number 'ol retired m.ili- ;
tary ofiicers from India ' were' scttl- 1
ing in '? Victoria? (2) Did, he, vyhen ;
Minister for Lan.ds in..a i'orm.er Go-.;
vernment, send 'Mr... A. E, South-'1
welLKe'eley to,Inciia to inquire into'
the prospects of inducing such j
ofiicers to migrate to Western Aus
tralia? (3) Did not. Mr. Keeley's ?
report, indicate great possibilities inj
this direction ?y. (4) Will he consider]
the advisabiiity^zot giving effect toj
the suggestions contained in Mr. j
Perth, Jaii.'SO. '
In the Legislative Assembly this
afternoon Mr. Mann asked the
Premier:(i) Had he noticed that a
considerable number of retired mili-
tary ofiicers from India were settl-
ing in Victoria? (2) Did, he, when
Minister for Lands in a former Go-
vernment, send Mr. A. E, South-
well Keeley to India to inquire into
the prospects of inducing such
officers to migrate to Western Aus-
tralia? (3) Did not Mr. Keeley's
report, indicate great possibilities in
this direction? (4) Will he consider
the advisabiiity of giving effect to
the suggestions contained in Mr.
Perth, Jan. 30
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Saturday 6 December 1924 page Family Notices||2013-12-05 14:30||I.ANO SOUTHCOTT.—On the Sth November
V. A. Dued, Eric son of the late'F. L. aod
lire. Lan^, of North Adelaide, to Jean Wau
thope. dawrhttr of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. South
cott of Norwood. j
|LANG SOUTHCOTT.—On the 8th November
V. A. Dunn, Eric son of the late F. L. and
Mrs. Lang, of North Adelaide, to Jean Wau-
tcope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. South-
cott of Norwood.
|The Murray Pioneer. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920 EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK. (Article), Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record (Renmark, SA : 1913 - 1942), Friday 24 September 1920 page Article||2013-12-02 19:29||I can te41 -my readers nothing about
tile Adelaide^ Show. Pnîssure of
business prevented me from visiting:
time the- exhibits bad been removed,
b'ut I was told iáiat some very fine
fruit (fresh and dried) was staged,,
and Learped also that an v old river
weil in the -sheep -section "with his
Leicester's, divldng-most of the prizes
with J#*. W. S. Kelly. (The printer,
with the eo-opcraiion of the proof
reader, made me refer to tliis gentle
man last -week as a "bearer," instead
of a breeder, of stock). £fr. A. E.
South, father of Mr. Olive South of
this town," scored a first -with an :
enormous white Yorkshire bçar.^. The
prize; list in the - dried'"fruit letton I ;
have noi been able tit txiisê of writing
|I can tell my readers nothing about
the Adelaide Show. Pressure of
business prevented me from visiting
time the exhibits had been removed,
but I was told that some very fine
fruit (fresh and dried) was staged,
and learned also that an old river
well in the sheep section with his
Leicester's, dividng most of the prizes
with Mr. W. S. Kelly. The printer,
with the co-operation of the proof
reader, made me refer to this gentle
man last week as a "bearer," instead
of a breeder, of stock. Mr. A. E.
South, father of Mr. Clive South of
this town, scored a first with an
enormous white Yorkshire boar. The
prize list in the dried fruit section I
have not been able at time of writing
|Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Wednesday 15 September 1920 page Advertising||2013-12-02 19:24||Account Mr. A. E. South. "XowiHilla. 4sh-
I Pedicreed WfeSte York Oar.
|Account Mr. A. E. South. "Nowillilla. Ashbourne
I Pedigreed White York Boar.
|Advertising (Advertising), Recorder (Port Pirie, SA : 1919 - 1954), Saturday 12 April 1919 page Advertising||2013-12-02 19:17||FINE f;ESID£NTIAL BLOCKS
The Pick of the Garden Land in I
Piric. No Hilling ? required. Facing1
Balmoral and Arthur streets. Gontain
assoi'ted Fruit Trees. Situated along
Mr A. E. South. Prices, £70 and £15.
Terms if required. lApplv
fs King st., Solomontown.
|FINE RESID£NTIAL BLOCKS
The Pick of the Garden Land in
Piric. No filling required. Facing
Balmoral and Arthur streets. Contain
assorted Fruit Trees. Situated along-
Mr A. E. South. Prices, £70 and £45.
Terms if required. Applv
King st., Solomontown.
Read the merging and splitting guidelines.
Alfred was licensee until his death 1866, the Annie his wife became licensee until 1878. Annie remarried Dugald McArthur, but that union was shortlived as he was already married. In 1871 and 1872 the licensee was under the name Annie McArthur.
Refs to the Inn are also listed under South, Alfred, South, Annie nee Brown and McArthur, Dugald.
Alfred Edward was a breeder of note in South Australia; involved with the establishment of many coursing clubs; frequently on committees and reported full accounts in his newspaper the Port Pirie Recorder. Many of his progeny raced successfully. Noteable import was Gaban.
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