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Family Notices (Family Notices), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Saturday 31 July 1948 page Family Notices 2016-02-12 20:24 O'CONNOR. Mrs. Ellen M.— The
cr. Yobba & Henry Streets. Ascot.
O'Connor), heloved Mother of Kitty
(Mrs A. W. St. Ledger). Molly, (Mrs.
W. Fraser. Culburnle. Barcaldine).
Doreen (Mrs. D. Pickering). & Ed
Church, Oriel Road. Clayfield. on
Monday Forenoon, at 10 o clock, for
O'CONNOR. Mrs. Ellen M.—The
cr. Yabba & Henry Streets, Ascot.
O'Connor), beloved Mother of Kitty
(Mrs A. W. St. Ledger), Molly, (Mrs.
W. Fraser. Culburnie, Barcaldine).
Doreen (Mrs. D. Pickering), & Ed-
Church, Oriel Road, Clayfield, on
Monday Forenoon, at 10 o'clock, for
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Saturday 18 November 1944 page Family Notices 2016-02-12 20:23 O'CONNOR, John I.— The Funeral of
Ascot, will leave St. Aualha's Church-
Oriel Road. Clnvfield This (Saturday
Afternoon. 2.311 o'clock, for Toowouu
Cpmcterv. Musses at H.30 a.m. ft H.3(i
l". K. M. SMITH. B2C96.
O'CONNOR, John I.—The Funeral of
Ascot, will leave St. Agatha's Church
Oriel Road, Clayfield This (Saturday)
Afternoon. 2.3o o'clock, for Toowong
Cemetery. Musses at 6.30 a.m. & 8.30
a.m. K. M. SMITH. B2C95.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Tuesday 8 July 1941 page Family Notices 2016-02-12 20:20 O'CONNOR— O'BRIEN.— On the 21st June, by
O'CONNOR—O'BRIEN.—On the 21st June, by
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Thursday 14 March 1940 page Family Notices 2016-02-12 20:14 O'CONNOR. Sylvester J.— The Relatives
and - Friends of 'Mrs. Ellen O'Connor.
and Mrs. A. W.. St. Ledger. Mr. and
. Pickering, are invited to attend the
: .Funeral of her beloved Husband, their
' Father, and Father-in-law, Sylvester
Jpseph'O'Connor. of Yabba Street,
. A5cot/'lb'.move from' St'. Agatha's R;C.
''Church, -'.Oriel Road. Clay Held. To
morrow (Friday)- Forenoon, at
o'clock, to Toowong Cemetery.. Mass
. commences at 6.30 a.m.
K. M. SMITH. B2695,
O'CONNOR. Sylvester J.—The Relatives
and Friends of Mrs. Ellen O'Connor.
and Mrs. A. W. St. Ledger. Mr. and
Pickering, are invited to attend the
Funeral of her beloved Husband, their
Father, and Father-in-law, Sylvester
Joseph O'Connor, of Yabba Street,
Ascot, to move from St. Agatha's R.C.
Church, Oriel Road, Clayfield. To-
morrow (Friday) Forenoon, at 11
o'clock, to Toowong Cemetery. Mass
commences at 6.30 a.m.
K. M. SMITH. B2695.
Syl. O'Connor Dead (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Thursday 14 March 1940 page Article 2016-02-12 20:11 The death occurred last night at" his
home in Yabba ' Street, ' .Ascot, of Mr.
Sylvester O'Connor, well, known book
maker and sportsYnan. The late Mr.
U Connor., though Jie had not enjoyed
.at the. -.races at. Albion Park yesterday
Born (3 years ,
'the late Mr.
O'Connor, early be
came interested' in
racing :and pedes-
decided to be
come a book
where, lie became
Later' ho transferred his operations to
Central Queensland and then came.' to
for himself a name for fair dealing and'
ability..
The late Mr. O'Connor is survived .by
his wife . -ancl five children— Mesdames
W. Frascr. tCulburnie. \Barcaldine).: A.
W. St. Ledger (Brisbane) and J. Pick
ering (Sydney), and Messrs. J- and E.
O'Connor (Brisbane). 'Two sons pre
deceased ihim.
LATE MIL. o'connor
The death occurred last night at his
home in Yabba Street, Ascot, of Mr.
Sylvester O'Connor, well, known book-
maker and sportsman. The late Mr.
O'Connor, though he had not enjoyed
at the races at Albion Park yesterday
Born 73 years
the late Mr.
O'Connor, early be-
came interested in
racing and pedes-
decided to be-
come a book-
where, he became
Later he transferred his operations to
Central Queensland and then came to
for himself a name for fair dealing and
ability.
The late Mr. O'Connor is survived by
his wife and five children—Mesdames
W. Fraser (Culburnie, Barcaldine), A.
W. St. Ledger (Brisbane) and J. Pick-
ering (Sydney), and Messrs. J. and E.
O'Connor (Brisbane). Two sons pre-
deceased him.
LATE MR. O'CONNOR
VETERAN BOOKMAKER Life Member of Tattersall's Mr. S. O'Connor (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 19 June 1936 page Article 2016-02-12 20:07 Life Member of TattersaH's
! ' Mr. S. O'Connor
The ; committee and members o!
TattersaH's Club have conferred a sig
;club.. Mr. O'Connor Is only the filth
memner oi xatiersaire Club to be so
. .Mr. O'Connor, who will complete 46 years
of bookmaking in a few weeks time', has
been a member of TattersaH's Club for 42
in Kent's Buildings in Adelaide Street In
those days; he said; no- bets were. 'made or
paid on the club's premises; what ' Utile
"nod" settling there' was. taking place on
the corner outside the Australian ' Hotel.
Mr. O Connor, -for many years; -followed the'
: Continued from Preceding Column?'
"circuit," starting In Brisbane and . taking
in the carnivals at the bigger country;
centres' in New South "Wales, Randwlck, ana;
finally Flemington, .-and' though advancing!
age has brought about his' retirement from'
the' ring as far as Randwick .'ahd Fleming-;
ton are concerned, he ls.,stlli, an active,
member of the paddock ring at Ascot, ...-3
— " V- ,1 -
Life Member of Tattersall's
Mr. S. O'Connor
The committee and members of
Tattersall's Club have conferred a sig-
club. Mr. O'Connor is only the fifth
member of Tattersall's Club to be so
Mr. O'Connor, who will complete 46 years
of bookmaking in a few weeks time, has
been a member of Tattersall's Club for 42
in Kent's Buildings in Adelaide Street. In
those days, he said, no bets were made or
paid on the club's premises, what little
"nod" settling there was taking place on
the corner outside the Australian Hotel.
Mr. O Connor, for many years, followed the
Continued from Preceding Column.
"circuit," starting in Brisbane and taking
in the carnivals at the bigger country
centres in New South Wales, Randwick, and
finally Flemington, and though advancing
age has brought about his retirement from
the ring as far as Randwick and Fleming-
ton are concerned, he is still an active
member of the paddock ring at Ascot.

Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 26TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) PROHIBITION. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Wednesday 28 August 1889 page Article 2016-02-12 20:00 . . . ??,?':? PROniDtTIOV. :'.'?. , ?
MONDAY, AUGUST 2Gtk.
(Before the PoVico Magistrate.) ,
A prohibition order for 12 mouths in f&vonr
of Patrick Joyce, wns granted on the applica
tion of bis sister, Bridget Joyce.
Thomas 'O'Connor for being druok and dis
orderly woro admonished aud discharged.
DBtJNKBN'NKSS, ETC.
PROHIBITION.
MONDAY, AUGUST 26TH.
(Before the Police Magistrate.)
A prohibition order for 12 months in favour
of Patrick Joyce, was granted on the applica-
tion of his sister, Bridget Joyce.
Thomas O'Connor for being drunk and dis-
orderly were admonished and discharged.
DBUNKENNESS, ETC.
Roma Hospital. (Article), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Wednesday 11 February 1880 page Article 2016-02-12 19:14 but after eighteeu months of almost daily contact
had been spent in adding new wards to the institu
be required,.but^in the matter of cleaning the old
wards nothing ha3 been -done, although it must be
must continue to set worse. He had nia.de aTiilemo.
in the visitors' Look, recommending that there
wards had been made more suitable for the accom
the memo, referred to by Dr. Webb in corrobora
moved " that tenders be called for the painting and
the house—S males and 1 female ; and that there
dischai-ges. A question then arose as to the admis
sion of patients from the railway, and what re
£3 IDs. per week, but he was to find the medicine
but after eighteen months of almost daily contact
had been spent in adding new wards to the institu-
be required, but in the matter of cleaning the old
wards nothing had been done, although it must be
must continue to set worse. He had made a memo.
in the visitors' book, recommending that there
wards had been made more suitable for the accom-
the memo, referred to by Dr. Webb in corrobora-
moved "that tenders be called for the painting and
the house—8 males and 1 female ; and that there
discharges. A question then arose as to the admis-
sion of patients from the railway, and what re-
£3 10s. per week, but he was to find the medicine
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. (Article), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Wednesday 10 December 1879 page Article 2016-02-12 19:09 Thomas O'Connor was charged with using obscene I
language m the pablic streets, and pleaded guilty.
offence, showing that the language used was ex
ceedingly filthy. ^ Defendant said he was not in the
4$°°^ eaout&1" look over it this time.
£f the charge had been one of mere drunkenness he
guilty of this offence £2. sometimes £3, but he would
deal leniently in the present case, believing that i
this was the first time prisoner had been brought (
fined £1, or fourteen davs* imprisonment in Roma
K»L
Monday, December 8.
OBSOEKB LANGUAGE.
Thomas O'Connor was charged with using obscene
language in the public streets, and pleaded guilty.
offence, showing that the language used was ex-
ceedingly filthy. Defendant said he was not in the
be good enough to "look over it this time."
If the charge had been one of mere drunkenness he
guilty of this offence £2, sometimes £3, but he would
deal leniently in the present case, believing that
this was the first time prisoner had been brought
fined £1, or fourteen days' imprisonment in Roma
gaol.
MONDAY, December 8.
OBSCENE LANGUAGE.
Warwick Police Court, FRIDAY, Oct. 10. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thompson, E[?]q., J.P.) (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 11 October 1879 page Article 2016-02-12 19:07 Thomas Kelly, on oath, said: I am a la
bourer, residing in Toowoomha,iod a-brothW
pf Michael Kelly; {received tf}e letter pro
duced from him on the 17th Intl.; It was en
unopened: i received it on the railway from a
m*n by the name of Thomas O'Connor, ,who
works with me; it is'nsnal for letters to be de
livered iik this way for men working 4n the
railway yard; did not reeeive a £.1 .note in that.
Thomas Kelly, on oath, said: I am a la-
bourer, residing in Toowoomha, and a brother
of Michael Kelly; I received the letter pro-
duced from him on the 17th inst.; it was en-
unopened: I received it on the railway from a
man by the name of Thomas O'Connor, who
works with me; it is usual for letters to be de-
livered in this way for men working in the
railway yard; did not receive a £1 note in that

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