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Advertising (Advertising), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Saturday 20 September 1884 page Advertising 2015-03-06 19:41 Allinterested in tha welfare of the Society
before SATURDAY, 20th inBt. - ?; rv:
, . QUEENSLAND.,
? [Ecclesiastical Jdbisdiciion.]
In the Will of John Passmore late of Eagles
Nest Eljangowan Darling Downs in the
from the date of publication hereof applica
Court that Probate of the Will of the abovo
named John Fassmore deceased and may be
near Tooivoomba in tho said colony Grazier
Darling Downs in the said colony— Farmer —
A. n. 1884.
C. H. BOYDEMACKAV,
..',,'' MargaretjStrcot, Toowoombn. )
Business :
? JAS, RAFFr': :
Hon. See
All interested in the welfare of the Society
before SATURDAY, 20th inst.
QUEENSLAND.
[ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION.]
In the Will of John Passmore late of Eagles-
Nest Ellangowan Darling Downs in the
from the date of publication hereof applica-
Court that Probate of the Will of the above
named John Passmore deceased and may be
near Toowoomba in the said colony Grazier
Darling Downs in the said colony — Farmer —
A.D, 1884.
C. H. BOYDE MACKAY,
Margaret Street, Toowoomba.
BUSINESS :
JAS, RAFF,
Hon. Sec.
TOOWOOMBA LADIES AT PERTH. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Wednesday 21 July 1897 page Article 2015-03-06 19:21 An occasional correspondent at Perth for,
wards us an interesting account of the Vice
regal hall given at Perth on June 29th. The
Iront of gown nearly entirely covered with a
Miss l'echey (Toowoomba, Queensland), who
figured on this occasion as a *' debutante,'
shoulder. Referring to one of the repre
another letter says : Another 011 my list is the
dress of a most charming ' debutante.' Miss
Pechcy, a young Queensland belle, who is
winter months. This young iady is a pro
nounced brunette, and her pretty girlish cos
favorable comments in the b iliroom.
An occasional correspondent at Perth for-
wards us an interesting account of the Vice-
regal ball given at Perth on June 29th. The
front of gown nearly entirely covered with a
Miss Pechey (Toowoomba, Queensland), who
figured on this occasion as a " debutante,"
shoulder. Referring to one of the repre-
another letter says : Another on my list is the
dress of a most charming " debutante," Miss
Pechey, a young Queensland belle, who is
winter months. This young lady is a pro-
nounced brunette, and her pretty girlish cos-
favorable comments in the ballroom.
LAND COURT. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Wednesday 27 June 1883 page Article 2015-03-06 19:03 ? 'i)')!!:$m'rn'ioATEs, hombstiads..'1 \
:H.);B. ''Brddrib'bi '80' acres, rYandilIa'V 'post
William Dwyer, 80 apres,. Westbrook ;
postpnnpd
Mir,fa/Pnffy,! 80 acres;. G.ehan \ granted
Rranted l''' '
Ellen Murphy, 80 acres, ^illaugowan ;
postponed ?-?)'?-? ^.
] James Warren, 80 acres, Westbrook ;
qrantod ' i ''''? ?' '.??? '?:?' ' '???'?' '' ?
Norab. Miupby, ? 80 : acres,' ^ WeAtbrook ;
[-rant.ed ? ?'?'''' -f- '? ' ''?'?? ?'
Annie'- O'Connor)' 80 ?? a'ores,1 '? Westbrook ;
granted _ _ ? __ .
Mary* Murphy, 80 acres, WeBtbrook ;
Rranted ? _. ...
Michael Byrno,.80 acres,;;' Ellangowan ;
?grentnd subjeet-tobailiffs report-- - a.:
,? William Ps\8Rmore, 80 acres, Ellangowan ;
'granted subject to bailiffs report ^ r* r- -'-.
''* John Passmore, jjinr. ,' '80-^ acres', l Ellan
(?ownn ; . granted snbjeoj;, to bailiffs rnpoft ?
Mary^Avery Passmore, 80'acres, Elian
;gowan f'-f»f»ntrtd' ' '?' ' '? ' -''??''*'??'? ?-???
' Patrick Shea, 80 acres, Eton Vale ; granted
'n'ubjeot to bailiffs report (
CERTIFtbATRS, CONDITIONALS.
William1! Pierce, 9R0 anres;' Yandilla;
granted subject to bailiffs report '
Eugene Gallagher, 200 ncres, Yandilla ;
granted subject' to bailiffs report.
CERTIFICATES, HOMESTEADS.
H.E. Bredribb, 80 acres, Yandilla ; post-
William Dwyer, 80 acres, Westbrook ;
postponed
Marin Duffy, 80 acres, Geham ; granted
granted
Ellen Murphy, 80 acres, Ellangowan ;
postponed
James Warren, 80 acres, Westbrook ;
granted
Norah Murphy, 80 acres, Westbrook ;
granted
Annie O'Connor, 80 acres, Westbrook ;
granted
Mary Murphy, 80 acres, Westbrook ;
granted
Michael Byrne, 80 acres, Ellangowan ;
granted subject to bailiffs report
William Passmore, 80 acres, Ellangowan ;
granted subject to bailiffs report
John Passmore, jynr., 80 acres, Ellan-
gowan ; granted subject to bailiffs report
Mary Avery Passmore, 80 acres, Ellan-
gowan ; granted
Patrick Shea, 80 acres, Eton Vale ; granted
subject to bailiffs report
CERTIFICATES, CONDITIONALS.
William Pierce, 960 acres, Yandilla ;
granted subject to bailiffs report
Eugene Gallagher, 200 acres, Yandilla ;
granted subject to bailiffs report.
LAND COURT. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Wednesday 27 June 1883 page Article 2015-03-06 18:55 , LAND CQURT.
.Thb. usual monthly Land; Court ;was. hold on.
Monday last boforo the Acting Land Commis
sioner. The ; following,' yms -vthe~-,bnsiness
TU ? ' HOMESTEATja. , i ?
C, |W.' /Bppgburo, ? 160 acres, ; Tandilln, j
lEdward Daltonj' 160' airas, Dbnglas;: ac
. Wm.;JAstbnry, 1.60'acro3MDouglas ; accepted
Angus Crank, 160 acres, Beaura'ia; accepted
! COVDITIOKAIi SBlBOTIONa.
JpliivGallagJier, 6 acres, Yandilla;, accepted
Sft'rali'H'. Wynne, 80 acre's, Eton Vale j
accepted. ... , , ,
LAND COURT.
THE usual monthly Land Court was held on
Monday last before the Acting Land Commis-
sioner. The following was the business
HOMESTEADS.
C. W. Bongoure, 160 acres, ; Yandilla ;
Edward Dalton, 160 acres, Douglas ; ac-
Wm. Astbury, 160 acres, Douglas ; accepted
Angus Crank, 160 acres, Beauraba ; accepted
CONDITIONAL SELECTIONS.
John Gallagher, 6 acres, Yandilla ; accepted
Sarah H. Wynne, 80 acres, Eton Vale ;
accepted.
BITTEN BY A DOG. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Wednesday 15 September 1897 page Article 2015-03-06 18:51 he public— the one manufacturer refers to
process of freeing the crude product of dis
particles implies a heavier amount of monev
Professor La M osier, Director of tnc
Medical Clinic at the University of Griefs
has publicly oautioned against them, and
rcicreiicc was mane i-y tile Queensland press
to the case of an actress who nearly suc
is the only one recognised as safe and re
liable.-SANDER & SONS.
rhe public — the one manufacturer refers to
process of freeing the crude product of dis-
particles implies a heavier amount of money
Professor La Mosler, Director of the
Medical Clinic at the University of Griefs-
has publicly cautioned against them, and
reference was made by the Queensland press
to the case of an actress who nearly suc-
is the only one recognised as safe and re-
liable. — SANDER & SONS.
BITTEN BY A DOG. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Wednesday 15 September 1897 page Article 2015-03-06 18:49 Yesterday morning considerable excite
ferocious dog running ' amok,' (says the
' Queensland Times.') It appears that Mr
James Paismore, a very old resident of this
the next-door neighbour, where he cele
right kand. and 011 the leg. Her screams
attracted Mrs Passmorc to the scene, and
sixty years oi age) soon brought a number of
fortunate circumstuncc, as the dog had by
Or. Thornton. Mrs Passmorc was detained
as a patient, but ' Miss Dredge, after
Yesterday morning considerable excite-
ferocious dog running " amok," (says the
" Queensland Times.") It appears that Mr
James Passmore, a very old resident of this
the next-door neighbour, where he cele-
right kand. and on the leg. Her screams
attracted Mrs Passmore to the scene, and
sixty years of age) soon brought a number of
fortunate circumstance, as the dog had by
Or. Thornton. Mrs Passmore was detained
as a patient, but Miss Dredge, after
Wedding YOUNG—LEE. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 5 November 1953 page Article 2015-02-18 15:49 pretty finish was the white cur
YOUNG—LEE.  
pretty finish was the white cur-
YOUNG — LEE.  
PERSONALITIES (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 21 June 1945 page Article 2015-02-18 15:32 At the meeting of the Youn-j: Ang- !
Means' Association on Tuesday last. \
a presentation was made to Miss ;
Gladys Truman, who is leaving Wei- ;
lington to-morrow to take up the j
nursing profession in Sydney. Her j
many friends will wish her the best '
of luck and happiness in her new i
sphere. j
Ronald Somerville, .--on of Mr. and \
Mrs. N. Somerville, of Lee St., is j
home from -St. Stanislaus' College. !
Bathurst, for the mid-winter vacat
ion. ;
Bruce, the young son of Mr. and !
Mrs. Les McCarthy, of Montefiore :
Street, injured his eye whilst play- j
nifi in mis iioine on ouiniay iaso,
and his parents had to seek medi
cal advice. The optic is not pro
his mother to Orange to visit :i
* * * |
At the meeting of the Young Ang-
licans' Association on Tuesday last,
a presentation was made to Miss
Gladys Truman, who is leaving Wel-
lington to-morrow to take up the
nursing profession in Sydney. Her
many friends will wish her the best
of luck and happiness in her new
sphere.
Ronald Somerville, son of Mr. and
Mrs. N. Somerville, of Lee St., is
home from St. Stanislaus' College,
Bathurst, for the mid-winter vacat-
ion.
Bruce, the young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Les McCarthy, of Montefiore
Street, injured his eye whilst play-
ing in his home on Sunday last,
and his parents had to seek medi-
cal advice. The optic is not pro-
his mother to Orange to visit a
* * *
PERSONALITIES (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 21 June 1945 page Article 2015-02-18 15:26 to reai-h Sydney on Sunday last was
and Mrs. Percy Robinson, of Monte
iiore '.Street. Arthur ' wa.s, tor
dangers before they contacted Al
lied units. Most of them were re
leased by the advancing Allied arm
ks, but about 100 escaped, eithev
fronr prison camps or during forced
marches, just before Germany coi- |
o:i an average, they had put on two
stone in Weight each since they ar- j
rived in England most -.(?' them o-i j
April IS. In Engla-i-.i i.!:cy were |
given douM'- ratn-n.-; a'l.i. when or I
leave, double ration tickets. Pri
if she looked after them. She gave I
them food and shelter in a barn, i
Mi's. Robinson is in Sydney to fit- j
* !?
to reach Sydney on Sunday last was
and Mrs. Percy Robinson, of Monte-
fiore Street. Arthur was, for
dangers before they contacted Al-
lied units. Most of them were re-
leased by the advancing Allied arm-
ies, but about 100 escaped, either
fronf prison camps or during forced
marches, just before Germany col-
on an average, they had put on two
stone in weight each since they ar-
rived in England most of them on
April 18. In England they were
given double rations and when on
leave, double ration tickets. Pri-
if she looked after them. She gave
them food and shelter in a barn.
Mrs. Robinson is in Sydney to fit-
* * *
PERSONALITIES (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 21 June 1945 page Article 2015-02-18 15:17 Mr. M. G. Mclnnes, manager of
the 'Rosella' Preserving Co., will
district in company with local vege
have arranged a dinner in the Cen
which Mr. Mclnnes will be the guest
signified their intention to be pre
miles), then back to Wellington and)
from there 'to Sydney by train.
Joy's father, in the R.A.A.F., is ser
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr,
on Tuesday morning, she was dir
cold, which necessitated a few ex
Winter Specials greatly reduced- 1
at Dempsey's. . ..I
j, + -*
;|l * *
i
Mr. M. G. McInnes, manager of
the "Rosella" Preserving Co., will
district in company with local vege-
have arranged a dinner in the Cen-
which Mr. McInnes will be the guest
signified their intention to be pre-
miles), then back to Wellington and
from there to Sydney by train.
Joy's father, in the R.A.A.F., is ser-
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
on Tuesday morning, she was dir-
cold, which necessitated a few ex-
Winter Specials greatly reduced
at Dempsey's.
* * *
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