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GUN ACCIDENT. Serpentine, 15th February. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 16 February 1910 page Article 2014-11-19 13:21 Mr. Michael Diaken, a resident of Bear's
Lagoo.i, met with an accident of a some
shooting apra-rows in Lis g-arden the pow
der don- from the breach of the gun arid
penetrated Mr. Di.<ken's rirjht eye. Dr.
Adams waa immediately sent for from
IncrloH-txxi, and treated tlio patient nt
O'Neill's hotel n.t Serpentine. FoTtunalely
the siarht of tlio eye is not injured, and
with earo it is anticipated Mr. Diskcn will
be all'right asjain in a little while.
Serpentino, lotli February. I
Mr. Michael Disken, a resident of Bear's
Lagoon, met with an accident of a some-
shooting sparrows in his garden the pow-
der flew from the breach of the gun and
penetrated Mr. Disken's right eye. Dr.
Adams was immediately sent for from
Inglewood, and treated the patient at
O'Neill's hotel at Serpentine. Fortunately
the sight of the eye is not injured, and
with care is anticipated Mr. Disken will
be all right again in a little while.
Serpentine, 15th February.
Travelling Art Scholarship BY OUR ART CRITIC. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 11 September 1951 page Article 2014-11-10 16:16 fancy
cial art will claim him
nude by Ian Armstrong, super
ficnl generally but with a good
passige of paint across the
Stephen Walker_
fancy.
cial art will claim him.
nude by Ian Armstrong, super-
ficial generally but with a good
passage of paint across the
Stephen Walker.
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 9 March 1847 page Article 2014-11-09 18:48 March 5 -Arrived the schooner lyaterlily,
sons, .and three (laughters Mr. Millward, Mr.
March 5 - Arrived the schooner lyaterlily,
sons, .and three daughters Mr. Millward, Mr.
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 27 December 1828 page Advertising 2014-11-09 11:53 ' -.,tT"r ' ' "' F' ' T ' yVM. BUNÇTBR.
WM. BUNSTER.
Elderly Woman's Death. Doctor Not Called In. SHOULD HAVE BEEN DONE, CORONER SAYS. (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Wednesday 9 October 1935 page Article 2014-11-08 12:19 warm. Death was probably due to syn
some years. Witness found her uncon
seious, and she remained in that state
her until she died at 10.10 that morn
her husband for about 16 years, Wit
into a stupor and never recovered con
Friday. Dr. Looney was the last med
ical man to soee her, about two years
ago. She was crippled with rhoumantism,
She thought that old ago was the cause
never had a mark on 'o er. She was in
recovered from the others, witness ex
was unconscious, and Mrs. Tiornoy did
nov good.
been called in periodically to a bed
should have been called when she bo
cameo unconscious.
He found that death was duo to nat
have lived to such a great ago, nor
have lived four years after she was bed
ridden, still a person of her ago, es
months, and a doctor should have been.
boon necessary.
warm. Death was probably due to syn-
some years. Witness found her uncon-
cious, and she remained in that state
her until she died at 10.10 that morn-
her husband for about 16 years. Wit-
into a stupor and never recovered con-
Friday. Dr. Looney was the last med-
ical man to see her, about two years
ago. She was crippled with rheumatism,
She thought that old age was the cause
never had a mark on her. She was in
recovered from the others, witness ex-
was unconscious, and Mrs. Tierney did
any good.
been called in periodically to a bed-
should have been called when she be-
came unconscious.
He found that death was due to nat-
have lived to such a great age, nor
have lived four years after she was bed-
ridden, still a person of her age, es-
months, and a doctor should have been
been necessary.
STANLEY DEATH OF OLD RESIDENTS (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Tuesday 8 October 1935 page Article 2014-11-08 12:15 morning. They were Mrs. Hannah Col
lins, of Stanley, and Mrs. Sarah Bel
linger, of Mengha, who were S9 and 85
here till her death. She was the daugh
11 grand children, and seven great
grandchildren. There are three broth
David Medwin (Tamar) and Mrs. Hill
enan, of Beaconsfield.
John Bellinger. She was horn at Cir
life. She left three children, 19 grand
Children, 40 great-grandchildren, and
Wilson, hnd G. Efie. Routine busi
morning. They were Mrs. Hannah Col-
lins, of Stanley, and Mrs. Sarah Bel-
linger, of Mengha, who were 89 and 88
here till her death. She was the daugh-
11 grand children, and seven great-
grandchildren. There are three broth-
David Medwin (Tamar) and Mrs. Hill-
man, of Beaconsfield.
John Bellinger. She was born at Cir-
life. She left three children, 19 grand-
children, 40 great-grandchildren, and
Wilson, hnd G. Efie. Routine busi-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Circular Head Chronicle (Stanley, Tas. : 1906 - 1954), Wednesday 5 January 1910 page Family Notices 2014-11-08 12:09 I father- Michael Burke,who died
N loving memory of my dear
at Stanley on 3rd January, 190S.
Your place at hom e is em pty now ,
Kola, and son-in-law Thomas
father- Michael Burke, who died
IN loving memory of my dear
at Stanley on 3rd January, 1908.
Your place at hom e is empty now ,
Nola, and son-in-law Thomas
Personal. [Our readers are invited to forward contributions for insertion under this heading.] (Article), Circular Head Chronicle (Stanley, Tas. : 1906 - 1954), Wednesday 17 June 1908 page Article 2014-11-08 12:08 M rs IT. Bellinger, who lias been
?'!.*. e- ''
Mrs H. Bellinger, who lias been

Forest. (Article), Circular Head Chronicle (Stanley, Tas. : 1906 - 1954), Wednesday 18 July 1906 page Article 2014-11-08 12:04 (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.")
(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.)
Forest. (Article), Circular Head Chronicle (Stanley, Tas. : 1906 - 1954), Wednesday 18 July 1906 page Article 2014-11-08 12:03 ceremony took place, when Mr Chas
ceremony took place in Stanley, tlie
officiating clergyman being the Rev
two bridesmaids—Miss Dillon and
tbe borne of the bride's mother,
down to a sumptuous breakfast, in
een a grievance in 'this district for
ome time. The matter was exlained
epresentations to the Postmaster-
to Mr King O’Malley, Memer
eneral on the subject. In reply
ceremony took place, when Mr Chas.
ceremony took place in Stanley, the
officiating clergyman being the Rev.
two bridesmaids - Miss Dillon and
the home of the bride's mother,
down to a sumptuous breakfast. In
been a grievance in this district for
some time. The matter was explained
representations to the Postmaster-
to Mr King O’Malley, Member
general on the subject. In reply

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