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DEATH OF MR. JESSE HANNELL. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923), Wednesday 29 May 1895 [Issue No.4972] page 5 2017-07-19 14:22 NEWCASTLE, Tuesday. — Mr. Jesse Hnr.-
nell, probably tho oldest resident of New
castle, died yesterday, aged 7G. In his
younger days bo was chief of police in tuis
post which ho filled for 30 years, retiring
ago. The deceased was a brother of tho
late Mr. James Hannell. M.P., and Ma 'or
of Newcastle for many years. Tho ilags of
tho port were flying at half-mast to-day,
coneourso of people.
NEWCASTLE, Tuesday. — Mr. Jesse Han-
nell, probably the oldest resident of New-
castle, died yesterday, aged 76. In his
younger days he was chief of police in this
post which he filled for 30 years, retiring
ago. The deceased was a brother of the
late Mr. James Hannell. M.P., and Mayor
of Newcastle for many years. The flags of
the port were flying at half-mast to-day,
concourse of people.
FUNERAL OF CAPTAIN EDWIN HANNELL. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Friday 28 April 1916 [Issue No.12,946] page 4 2017-07-14 16:45 SThe funcraj of Captain Edwin Hannell,
yesterday afternoon, leaving his late re
Sidence, Young-street, Carrlngton, for
Pandgate Cemotery. There was a very
largo attendance of relatlves and friends.
twidow), Messrs. Cecil, Jesse, and Ellis
(sons), Mrs. Hrjwkes, and Miss Dorothy
(fister), Mr. Percy Hannell (brother), Ar
thur iHannell (cousin), Messrs. Fergus and
Clauds Hianuoll (nephews), and Mr. George
Prirest (uncle). The pall-bearers, were
Messrs.. lames Wllhams, Frederick Her
beort. .John Neal, and John Peterson.
iloral tritutes were sent by the follaw
ing: His loving wiife, sons, and daugh
dlna and Marlon, Mrs. Henry Hannell and
Ifamily. Myra Hannell, Ferguo Hannell,
and Eva -Innoell, Mr. and Mrs. Bevege,
Mr. and Mrs. FIrank -Iannell, Cecil Han
nell, Lily and gracndchildren, Mr. and Mrs.
Hi. Llmeburner, Mr. and Mrs. Silva and
Dark, .M1r. and Mrs. John M'Nulty, A. W.
Hudson, W. HI. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Limeburnoor, A. L. Rcadett, MIr. and MIrs.
eanducted a short service at the house,
and also officiated at the graveslde, whers
referred to the good qualities of the do
raseod, and his open-hearted genrous na
The late Captain Edwln Hannell weas
waell-known in shipping circles, and he
w?ell remembered the wreck of the steamer
Cawarra, in the year 1S866, when his bro
tiher Henry, together with Mr. Johnson
iso'e survivor of the wreck of the Dunbar)
rescued the only survivor from the Cs
w?rram, Mr. F. Hedges. Mr. Hedges is
still living itt Sydney.
The funeral of Captain Edwin Hannell,
yesterday afternoon, leaving his late re-
sidence, Young-street, Carrlngton, for
Pandgate Cemetery. There was a very
large attendance of relatlves and friends.
(widow), Messrs. Cecil, Jesse, and Ellis
(sons), Mrs. Hawkes, and Miss Dorothy
(sister), Mr. Percy Hannell (brother), Ar-
thur Hannell (cousin), Messrs. Fergus and
Claude Hannell (nephews), and Mr. George
Priest (uncle). The pall-bearers, were
Messrs. James Williams, Frederick Her-
bert, John Neal, and John Peterson.
Floral tributes were sent by the follow-
ing: His loving wiife, sons, and daugh-
Edna and Marion, Mrs. Henry Hannell and
family. Myra Hannell, Fergus Hannell,
and Eva Hannelll, Mr. and Mrs. Bevege,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannell, Cecil Han-
nell, Lily and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Llmeburner, Mr. and Mrs. Silva and
Dark, Mr. and Mrs. John M'Nulty, A. W.
Hudson, W. H. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Limeburner, A. L. Readett, Mr. and Mrs.
conducted a short service at the house,
and also officiated at the graveslde, where
referred to the good qualities of the de-
ceased, and his open-hearted genrous na-
The late Captain Edwln Hannell was
well-known in shipping circles, and he
well remembered the wreck of the steamer
Cawarra, in the year 1866, when his bro-
ther Henry, together with Mr. Johnson
(sole survivor of the wreck of the Dunbar)
rescued the only survivor from the Ca-
warra, Mr. F. Hedges. Mr. Hedges is
still living in Sydney.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Saturday 29 June 1912 [Issue No.11,749] page 4 2017-07-14 15:11 hierriseesl, Ilirha, Deaths, and In 3iemioram
Marriages, Births, Deaths, and In Memoriam
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 24 June 1912 [Issue No.16,751] page 8 2017-07-14 15:09 HAWKES.-On the 16th June, suddenly, at Port
wife and two little girls to mourn their lost.
Only those who have lost are able to tell.
HAWKES.-On the 10th June, suddenly, at Port
wife and two little girls to mourn their loss.
Only those who have lost are able to tell,
SUPPOSED SUICIDE. (Article), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Saturday 22 June 1912 [Issue No.5,390] page 45 2017-07-14 14:59 Who resided at Sirs. J. Brown s boarding ;
liousc. Cannon street, Port Adelaide, ivas '
Sunday. The circumstances indicate sui
cide. „ Hawkes went to have a rest at 11
been out* of work for some lime, and it is
who resided at Mrs. J. Brown s boarding
house, Cannon street, Port Adelaide, was
Sunday. The circumstances indicate sui-
cide. Hawkes went to have a rest at 11
been out of work for some time, and it is
POISONING CASES AT PORT ADELAIDE. Adelaide, Tuesday. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Wednesday 19 June 1912 [Issue No.5379] page 2 2017-07-14 14:57 POISONING CASES
At the inquest held 10-day on the body
of William Hawkes. who was found dead
POISONING CASES AT
At the inquest held to-day on the body
of William Hawkes, who was found dead
SUPPOSED SUICIDE. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Monday 17 June 1912 [Issue No.20,467] page 7 2017-07-14 14:55 Wffliam Hawkes, a plasterer, aged 41,
Who resided at lira. J. Brown's boarding
found dead in hu bedroom at 8.30 a.m. on
Sunday. The circumstaneM indicate sui
cide. Hawkes went to hare a rest at 11
a.m. on Saturday, an^l a RlaM and medicine
.in New South Wales.
William Hawkes, a plasterer, aged 41,
who resided at Mrs. J. Brown's boarding
found dead in his bedroom at 8.30 a.m. on
Sunday. The circumstances indicate sui-
cide. Hawkes went to have a rest at 11
a.m. on Saturday, and a glass and medicine
in New South Wales.
CASUALTIES. SUPPOSED SUICIDE. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Tuesday 18 June 1912 [Issue No.20,468] page 5 2017-07-14 14:52 with the death of William Ilawkea, who
day. -It is supposed that Hawkes com
with the death of William Hawkes, who
day. It is supposed that Hawkes com-
A LYSOL VICTIM. THE END OF A PLASTERER. Adelaide, Monday. (Article), Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), Monday 17 June 1912 [Issue No.7448] page 4 2017-07-14 14:50 William Hawkes, n plasterer, aged
41, residing at_ Port Adelaide, was
found dead in His liod-z'oom on Sunday,
in circumstauees which point to suicide.
Hawkes went to havo a rest at ll a.m.
on Saturday, nnd when discovered yes-
terday, a gloss and medicine bottle,
both of which held romains of lysol,
been out of work for some timo, and
had been drinking heavily. He loft a
William Hawkes, a plasterer, aged
41, residing at Port Adelaide, was
found dead in his bed-room on Sunday,
in circumstances which point to suicide.
Hawkes went to hav a rest at ll a.m.
on Saturday, and when discovered yes-
terday, a glass and medicine bottle,
both of which held remains of lysol,
been out of work for some time, and
had been drinking heavily. He left a
TOOK POISON A BOARDER'S DEATH (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Wednesday 19 June 1912 [Issue No.713] page 9 2017-07-14 14:47 TOOK POISGN
The City Coroner (Dr. Bamsay Smith;
yesterday held an inquest on the body o)
William Hawkes, who on Sunday roornini
Evidence showed <that the deceased was
of a "cheery and hopeful disposition."1
He went to-board at Mrs. Julia Brown"t
house on June 10. The day prior tc
the constable found him he was in bed.
and a glass containing poison, -on a table
near the bedside. The doctor's investi
gation pointed to death being due tc
do with-certain materials. ® Ignorance re
to show that anything had been, preme
TOOK POISON
The City Coroner (Dr. Ramsay Smith)
yesterday held an inquest on the body of
William Hawkes, who on Sunday morning
Evidence showed that the deceased was
of a "cheery and hopeful disposition."1\
He went to board at Mrs. Julia Brown's
house on June 10. The day prior to
the constable found him he was in bed,
and a glass containing poison, on a table
near the bedside. The doctor's investi-
gation pointed to death being due to
do with-certain materials. Ignorance re-
to show that anything had been, preme-

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