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|MASONIC GARDEN PARTY. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Wednesday 9 April 1924 page Article||2013-04-15 22:32||W. Rick, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Craig.
||W. Bick, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Craig.
|REPOTTING PLANTS. By E. W. BICK. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 23 September 1905 page Article||2013-04-15 22:30||The following paper was read on AVed
nesday 20th instant before the Horti
cultural Society of Queensland -
Hie subject for this evening'» paper "Re-
By E. AV. BICK.
|The following paper was read on Wed-
nesday 20th instant before the Horti-
cultural Society of Queensland.
His subject for this evening'» paper "Re-
By E. W. BICK.
|LATE MR. H. CRAWFORD REPRESENTATIVE FUNERAL. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Wednesday 22 December 1926 page Article||2013-02-27 12:47||LATE rMR. H. CRAWFORD
The funeral of one of the most con.
city had ever had-Alderman Henry
Crawford-took place from his late
residence, 1 Cromptomi-streot, to Carr
The cortege was large and representa
tire, and there was a profusion of
beautiful wreaths. ,Mr. Crawford was
obliged to resign from the council dur.
ing the winter awing to fglling health.
and after a long illness in the Puiblia
ever met,'" id how the Mayor (Alder.
man II. 0. L. Barber) referroed to the
into 'Ir. Crawford a few days ago, and
The funeral Ieft Mr. Crawford's late
residence at 3 o'clock. The chief mourn.
. and A. Crawvford. The pallbearers
wero the deputy-MIayor (Alderman A,
A. Evans), Aldermen F. P. LHart, G.
Crawtord represented the council for
many years. Also in the cortego were
Aldermen J. P. Ockerby, R. 11. Osborne,
(Mr. G. D. Balsille); the City Elrec
:Master Warden (Mr. L. J. Abra); the
Town Clerk (Mr. F. C. Crawford); Sen
'ator J. D. Millen, Mr. V. J. Shaw.
M.I-.A., Drs. G. H. Ilogg and J. M.
Pardey, Mlr. J. WV. Cheek, M.L.C., the
Martin, the president of the United,
(Mr. W. E. Colhoun), Messrs. John In
H. Manser, Ieter McCrackan, Ht. 0. M.
.Among the wreaths were tributes
Lodge ofat Hopo No. 4 T.C., the members
Launceston Pu'blic Hospital, A. G. Web
ster and Sons lPty. Ltd., Municipal Em
ployees' Union, ]leads of departments of
the Launceston Corporation, the presi
Tasomania, the Mayor, aldermen, and
citizens of the city of Lausteston, the
Cleavers, the Municipal Officers' Associa
tion, the staff oftMcKinlay's Pty. Ltd..
Howling Club, hand St. John's Church
.. Rev. D. Ross 1Iewton, rector of St.
-with Masonic honours.
Thq casket was of panelled polished
oak, 'nounted with Masonic fittings,
|LATE MR. H. CRAWFORD
The funeral of one of the most con-
city had ever had—Alderman Henry
Crawford—took place from his late
residence, 1 Crompton-street, to Carr
The cortege was large and representa-
tive, and there was a profusion of
beautiful wreaths. Mr. Crawford was
obliged to resign from the council dur-
ing the winter owing to failing health,
and after a long illness in the Public
ever met,'" is how the Mayor (Alder-
man H. C. L. Barber) referred to the
late Mr. Crawford a few days ago, and
The funeral left Mr. Crawford's late
residence at 3 o'clock. The chief mourn-
E. and A. Crawford. The pallbearers
were the deputy-Mayor (Alderman A.
A. Evans), Aldermen F. P. Hart, G.
Crawford represented the council for
many years. Also in the cortege were
Aldermen J. P. Ockerby, R. M. Osborne,
(Mr. G. D. Balsille); the City Elec-
Master Warden (Mr. L. J. Abra); the
Town Clerk (Mr. F. C. Crawford); Sen-
ator J. D. Millen, Mr. V. J. Shaw,
M.H.A., Drs. G. H. Ilogg and J. M.
Pardey, Mr. J. W. Cheek, M.L.C., the
Martin, the president of the United
(Mr. W. E. Colhoun), Messrs. John In-
H. Manser, Peter McCrackan, R. O. M.
Among the wreaths were tributes
Lodge of Hope No. 4 T.C., the members
Launceston Public Hospital, A. G. Web-
ster and Sons Pty. Ltd., Municipal Em-
ployees' Union, heads of departments of
the Launceston Corporation, the presi-
Tasmania, the Mayor, aldermen, and
citizens of the city of Launceston, the
Cleavers, the Municipal Officers' Associa-
tion, the staff of McKinlay's Pty. Ltd..
Bowling Club, and St. John's Church
Rev. D. Ross Hewton, rector of St.
with Masonic honours.
The casket was of panelled polished
oak, mounted with Masonic fittings.
|OBITUARY MR. ERNEST G. WILSON Funeral At Cornelian Bay (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 17 March 1939 page Article||2013-02-27 12:36||Culley. M.H.A.. B. Gentle (Hobart
||Culley, M.H.A., B. Gentle (Hobart
|LEONGATHA. (Article), Morwell Advertiser (Morwell, Vic. : 1888 - 1954) , Friday 5 October 1900 page Article||2013-02-27 12:24||were`86 applications. The position of
|were 86 applications. The position of
|OBITUARY Mr T. Moran (Article), The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956), Thursday 13 January 1955 page Article||2013-02-27 09:05||Wlllmott (Rockhampton).
|SOCIAL NOTES. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 24 February 1923 page Article||2013-02-26 14:47||' The engagement is :anniounced of,
Matilda Collins, "second.daughter of .Ir.
and ?';. James Collins. of Clayton,Farm;
Bellevue. late of Kalgoorlie. and Victor
Carter eldest son of-Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Carter, Saisbury House, Meekering.
|'The engagement is announced of
Matilda Collins, second daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Collins of Clayton Farm;
Bellevue, late of Kalgoorlie, and Victor
Carter eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Carter, Salisbury House, Meckering.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 16 August 1913 page Family Notices||2013-02-26 10:17||COLLINS.-On July 31. at St. Omer Hospital,
||COLLINS.—On July 31, at St. Omer Hospital,
|PROBATES AND ADMINISTRATIONS THIS WEEK'S LIST. (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Saturday 30 July 1921 page Article||2013-02-26 09:09||John Collins, late of Meckerinj;
Waeel, and Thomas Kelly, ot: Meckor
|John Collins, late of Meckering
Waeel, and Thomas Kelly, of Mecker-
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Thursday 26 April 1888 page Family Notices||2013-02-24 20:42||IJiUNEUAL NOTICE.-Tho Friends of Mi.
JJ MICHAEL MASSIE, deceased, of Chiist
masCioek, late of Tambomiue, nie lospqclfully
invited to uttcudhis Fimoinl, which is appointed
toinovo fiom the residence of Mr. E. Hutchins,
Leichhaidt-strctt, Spring-Hill, THIS (Tiiuisday)
AFTERNOON, at !).30 o'clock, for tho South
|FUNERAL NOTICE.—The Friends of Mr.
MICHAEL MASSIE, deceased, of Christ-
mas Creek, late of Tambourine, are respectfully
invited to attend his Funeral, which is appointed
to move from the residence of Mr. E. Hutchins,
Leichhardt-street, Spring Hill, THIS (Thursday)
AFTERNOON, at 3.30 o'clock, for the South
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