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|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Colac Herald (Vic. : 1875 - 1918), Friday 17 August 1888 page Family Notices||2014-03-11 16:30||HYATT.-In loving remembrance of my
And gCatly sink away ;
We nursesd her with the tenderest care,
Yet could not msake her stay.
Inserted by her loving mother-L. aERRIN.
|HYATT.- In loving remembrance of my
And gently sink away;
We nursed her with the tenderest care,
Yet could not make her stay.
Inserted by her loving mother - L. MERRIN.
|THE RAILWAYS. RAILWAYS' UNION. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 19 July 1913 page Article||2014-03-11 16:01||Mr. Frank Hyatt ivill address a mcet
iruj of tho Victorian Tfailvrajs TIniou at tko
|Mr. Frank Hyatt will address a meeting
of the Victorian Railways Union at the
|CITY COURT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Friday 30 January 1914 page Article||2014-03-11 15:56||Bva Lewis was charged with using insult
ing words to Ida Hyatt, aad also with un
Mr D. Hogan appeared for complainant ana
case had been before the coiut on two for
railed on yesterday Mr. Murphy said Ins
|Eva Lewis was charged with using insult-
ing words to Ida Hyatt, and also with un-
Mr D. Hogan appeared for complainant and
case had been before the court on two for-
called on yesterday Mr. Murphy said his
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 9 March 1925 page Family Notices||2014-03-11 13:50||HYATT: The friends of the lat Mr. FRANK
||HYATT: The friends of the late Mr. FRANK
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 9 March 1925 page Family Notices||2014-03-11 13:48||are respectfully invited to follow
W.G.Apps & Sons Pty. Ltd, Funeral
Directors Burgundy street Heidelberg. 'Phone
|HYATT are respectfully invited to follow
W. G. APPS AND SON PTY. LTD., Funeral
Directors, Burgundy street, Heidelberg. 'Phone
|The Portland Guardian, ESTABLISHED 1842.) With which is incorporated The Portland Mirror. Published Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1889. (Article), Portland Guardian (Vic. : 1876 - 1953), Friday 8 February 1889 page Article||2014-03-11 13:21||Tse Ballarat Star says :-" The friends
Ballarat. will be sorry to learn that he is
the case is engaging the constant atten
many friends of Mr. MIorgan in this dise.
|The Ballarat Star says:- "The friends
Ballarat, will be sorry to learn that he is
the case is engaging the constant atten-
many friends of Mr. MIorgan in this dis-
|Hamilton. October 6. (Article), Portland Guardian (Vic. : 1876 - 1953), Monday 8 October 1888 page Article||2014-03-11 13:16||S(rinoe out ows coIRESPONDENT.)
A.proposal is on fot to forml a'puablio
|(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 6.
A proposal is on fot to forml a'puablio
|Hamilton. June 16. (Article), Portland Guardian (Vic. : 1876 - 1953), Friday 17 June 1887 page Article||2014-03-11 13:10||(roox oa OWN conL?SPONDOIT.)
|(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)
|Hamilton. June 16. (Article), Portland Guardian (Vic. : 1876 - 1953), Friday 17 June 1887 page Article||2014-03-11 13:09||Officer for the district, has came in contact
wito, and selectors in particular, will grgret
doubt whether a n ore obliging officer
would be found. HLie has presided over,
r een a memuber of hundreds of Local
ssd Boards in Hamitlton, Portland," Cab
.rton1 Belfast and Edenihope, thereby
tdjqdtating op thousands of cases, and 1
po poi believe that his 4ecision has been
psagcyiillpd at, which speaks for it;elf.
Mr. Morgan entered the :ervice as mes
means an old man) and has worked him.
aetside of the metropolis, which is some
l'iottiott, for theo Western District
over s6 years in the Hamilton branch,
forget which, in 1878. Doring his resi.
'coe hers he made !! many friends, few
unlriends and I think no enemies," and so
the classification list published as a sup
plement to the povernment Ga;e.ts.
|Officer for the district, has come in contact
with, and selectors in particular, will regret
doubt whether a more obliging officer
would be found. He has presided over,
or been a member of hundreds of Local
Land Boards in Hamilton, Portland, Cas-
erton, Belfast and Edenhope, thereby
adjudicating on thousands of cases, and I
do not believe that his decision has been
once cavilled at, which speaks for itself.
Mr. Morgan entered the service as mes-
means an old man) and has worked him-
outside of the metropolis, which is some
consolation, for the Western District
over 16 years in the Hamilton branch,
forget which, in 1878. During his resi-
dence here he made "many friends, few
unfriends and I think no enemies," and so
the classification list published as a sup-
plement to the Government Gazette.
|THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER (PUBLISHED DAILY.) PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SANDHURST, TUESDAY, JAN. 22, 1889 INCENDIARISM. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 22 January 1889 page Article||2014-03-11 12:40||auction, without reserve, his splendid brick resi
next Tuesday, on the premises, Wa'.tie-street
north. Full particulars will be found in our auc
|auction, without reserve, his splendid brick resi-
next Tuesday, on the premises, Wattle-street
north. Full particulars will be found in our auc-
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