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|SERIOUS MINING ACCIDENT. Melbourne, July 23. (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 27 July 1912 page Article||2013-12-09 17:33||Melbourne. Julv 23.
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|SERIOUS MINING ACCIDENT. Melbourne, July 23. (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 27 July 1912 page Article||2013-12-09 17:32||one man lost his Lie and another miner
nad a narrow escape from death, occurred
2 Company, Ballarat East, in a quartet
known as Post Office Gullv. The victims
were Mr. John William White,; 57 years
of ace. and Mr. William McLonnan.~aeed
surface workings, which had been ren
The men were partially en.tombed. A se
cond fall of earth then took place, com
pletely enveloping Mr. White, who waa
smothered. Mr. McLennan had his left leu
body of Mr. White was recovered and con
of his mate, as was shown by 'the fac/fc that
Mr. McLennan/ who is also a'* married man,
with a family, resides on the Baninyong
|one man lost his life and another miner
had a narrow escape from death, occurred
2 Company, Ballarat East, in a quarter
known as Post Office Gully. The victims
were Mr. John William White, 57 years
of age, and Mr. William McLennan, aged
surface workings, which had been ren-
The men were partially entombed. A se-
cond fall of earth then took place, com-
pletely enveloping Mr. White, who was
smothered. Mr. McLennan had his left leg
body of Mr. White was recovered and con-
of his mate, as was shown by the fact that
Mr. McLennan, who is also a married man,
with a family, resides on the Buninyong-
|Varsity ball tonight (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Saturday 31 March 1951 page Article||2013-11-09 15:13||Adelaide University's com
mnencement ball in the refec
Lest Caust. Fred Boord. and
SThe refectory has been
|Adelaide University's com-
mencement ball in the refec-
Lest Caust, Fred Boord, and
The refectory has been
|To Hike Through Gammon Ranges (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Thursday 27 May 1948 page Article||2013-11-09 15:11||FOUR ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS., left by
train today for Alice Springs, from where they will hi le
left-Colin Crisp, John Crisp, both of Netherby, Lionel
Leaver. of Blair Athol, and Arthur Richardson, of Glenelg,
|FOUR ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS left by
train today for Alice Springs, from where they will hike
left—Colin Crisp, John Crisp, both of Netherby, Lionel
Leaver of Blair Athol, and Arthur Richardson, of Glenelg,
|WEDDING AT GOODWOOD. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Saturday 25 August 1923 page Article||2013-11-08 13:17||At St. George's Church. Goodwood Park,
the Rev. Canon Wise officiating, the [?]
riage took place of Dorothy Correll thi[?]
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. [?]
!of Hnghee-sinet. Xorth Uriey. *nfl *
Lieutenant D. B. Oiap, D.C.MJ fMrat "?'?'
-on of Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Crisp <f Hy*?*
Park. The bride, who ?m? given mr ?
by ber father, was beoomtagfr gonmed fa :
ivory charmewe with geamtte a*er drCM ?
prrtt?y cmbrotderal -?Hfa paark. £b?
wore ? tulle tcU -Jritlj ay ennt rf
orangp blossom, and canted a 4mf ot ?.
beaatifu] pink carnstJona and niiinim -'
hair fern. ttias Hand OorreH (stater ?* i
the bride) as brideamaid -non dine ?hafc-. .
silk taffeta frock and blm* tat, mi ??'
carried a pretty poale. The brtdqpao?i
iras eopported by hia bratfier, Sir. lias.
Crisp as bast man. After tba g—ifiymji
a recepUon -was teld at she ftdemjp
of the bride'a pareota. The brtde*?
mother wore a smart biaA ailk boat '
with hat to matrfa. Mrs. Cttap (the WUe-'
croom'c mother) wore ma* bhe dottt-v
beaded and trimmed with ottn au?'te ?£
black toque. Abont 30 rrlattwi **- ;
doJrn to the vaddlna: repaat. I%^ ?Mal' :
toasts vere proposed. "B? yDai??Mm|*
were the recipient* of many taaaaaa -
dftH. Tlie bride's" jsoinx-smv costoaa
vas ?mart grey trimmed wiUh fir aofl"* ;
pretty black hat. ?-?,? r .
|At St. George's Church, Goodwood Park,
the Rev. Canon Wise officiating, the mar-
riage took place of Dorothy Correll, third
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Correll,
of Hughes-street, North Unley, and
Lieutenant D. B. Crisp, D.C.M., eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crisp of Hyde
Park. The bride, who was given away
by her father, was becomingly gowned in
ivory charmeuse with georgette over dress
prettily embroidered with pearls. She
wore a tuile veil with a coronet of
orange blossom, and carried a sheaf of
beautiful pink carnations and maiden-
hair fern. Miss Hazel Correll (sister of
the bride) as bridesmaid wore blue shot
silk taffeta frock and back hat, and
carried a pretty posie. The bridegroom
was supported by his brother, Mr. Les.
Crisp as best man. After the ceremony
a reception was held at the residence
of the bride's parents. The bride's
mother wore a smart black silk frock
with hat to match. Mrs. Crisp (the bride-
groom's mother) wore saxe blue cloth
beaded and trimmed with satin and a
black toque. About 30 relations sat
down to the wedding repast. The usual
toasts were proposed. The young couple
were the recipients of many handsome
gifts. The bride's going-away costume
was smart grey trimmed with fur and a
pretty black hat.
|PARTIALLY BLIND SOLDIERS. "Balloon Derby" To-day. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 30 September 1927 page Article||2013-11-05 15:29||TO THE EDITOR OP THE AllGUS
Sir,-The case of John Metcalfe, a
soldier who lost the sight of one eje in
the war and has iecently become totallj
blind, sadly but nigently emphasises the
uecesKits for building np a fund to allcu
ate as thej in ise from time to time, cascb
of distress among partialh blinded sol
«hers ] desire to gue a fin thor sum of
" J.'Ï1. GUTHRIE,
|TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS
Sir,—The case of John Metcalfe, a
soldier who lost the sight of one eye in
the war and has recently become totally
blind, sadly but urgently emphasises the
necessity for building up a fund to allevi-
ate, as they arise from time to time, cases
of distress among partially blinded sol-
diers, I desire to give a further sum of
|BOY LOSES MEMORY (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Wednesday 2 June 1926 page Article||2013-10-24 19:34||: BOY LOSES MEMORY
Frlijil Ptiihtia is o sodutelhly dis
llpei.rot, frboll Balltiiid at; year or so
ago, Ieavlgllfs acir, behlid, has boen
traced to S.idoey It-ospitalt ?\here he
hIas hiin', fliur ioilhii:ot f sofri'ng ifromn
loss- of iieiiioi.:. :':le patinot reumoa
icrw 'ovli'. i h.Is'o T:ilier.e hlie eiCe
,fionl.,.:His c-arl was s.ld molllolths
lgo f~nr £'- y the 13:ilubrat police,
and mem..ioipe. transmlitted to? his
mother hii Dfiirinuglitif, •Engnand.
|BOY LOSES MEMORY
Frank Pitman, who suddenly dis-
appeard from Ballarat a year or so
ago, leaving his car behind, has been
traced to Sydney Hospital, where he
has lain for months suffering from
loss of memory. He cannot remem-
ber who he is or where he came
from. His car was sold months
ago for £29 by the Ballarat police,
and the money transmitted to his
mother in Birmingham, England.
|LOSS OF MEMORY. MISSING MAN TRACED. Sydney, May 25. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Wednesday 26 May 1926 page Article||2013-10-24 19:30||hospital at Sydney. He had [?] there
-1 :i?- kv.ij: Tn.?:h> *^S?r-;?g[ iroca Vj? ?u
m?Tno-;. ar.-j .--K^d r.^ reiaenbcr ??%? he
*?.' or *iif? irf came froai. Tiaj- Btii?r?t
lx>lkv- ??'?' ;c<- car an4 Mn::t#r* the b^k)
to fc? rt-.''.iim at BimsiDgLaai, Fjy'-?-\
aocne mor.tl-* aco.
|hospital at Sydney. He had been there
for several months suffering from loss of
memory, and could not remember who he
was or where he came from. The Ballarat
police sold the car and remitted the money
to his mother at Birmingham, England
some months ago.
|GOLDEN WEDDING. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 15 March 1907 page Article||2013-10-23 15:48||Captain .Horton, of Somercotes, and the
years· they proceeded to Castra, and
districts-Spalford and Redburn-having
derived their nanes from the native
'home the gathering took place, is the
Mr. F. Kowarzik, J.P., of Lilvdale, Mr.
feast, Rev. W.H . Bowe, as an old friend,
wishes, anl subsequently presented tie
on behalf of himself and wife, and in.
|Captain Horton, of Somercotes, and the
years they proceeded to Castra, and
districts—Spalford and Redburn—having
derived their names from the native
home the gathering took place, is the
Mr. F. Kowarzik, J.P., of Lilydale, Mr.
feast, Rev. W.H. Bowe, as an old friend,
wishes, and subsequently presented the
on behalf of himself and wife, and in
|PISTON INJURES DRIVER (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Saturday 17 March 1928 page Article||2013-10-23 15:44||Yesterday afternoon Abraham Craw
Messrs. J. and T. Gunn, was clenning
a piston on en engine when his hand
the slide. The back of Olis hand was
which injury lie was treated at the
Launceston Public Ilospital.
|Yesterday afternoon Abraham Craw-
Messrs. J. and T. Gunn, was cleaning
a piston on an engine when his hand
the slide. The back of his hand was
which injury he was treated at the
Launceston Public Hospital.
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