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|PRESCRIPTIONS FOR DRUGS FORGED Salesman Sent to Gaol (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Thursday 20 April 1939 page Article||2013-12-10 19:11||sentenced in the Adelaide Police Court today to six con
is £200 fine. two years' gaol, or both.
street. Kent Town.
According to the charges, he ob
any longer. I was afraid of an opera
I have been in custody [ have had no
to have been signed by Dr. A. E. Har
five weeks previously, Inspector Craf
tor. defendant told the detectives that
For having-pawned asgold wrist watch
worth £3/1? /8, the property of the
|sentenced in the Adelaide Police Court today to six con-
is £200 fine, two years' gaol, or both.
street, Kent Town.
According to the charges, he ob-
any longer. I was afraid of an opera-
I have been in custody I have had no
to have been signed by Dr. A. E. Har-
five weeks previously, Inspector Craf-
tor, defendant told the detectives that
For having pawned a gold wrist watch,
worth £3/19 /6, the property of the
|Story of attack by mental patient (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Wednesday 11 May 1949 page Article||2013-10-17 15:05||coroner i(Mr. D. McAthur) here today.
MIr. McArthur was inquiring
John Matthew Dwyer, medi
ctoy ap attYeek
small intestines, and conse
Mr. J. Blake, of Balaklava.
with a female patient at En
|coroner (Mr. D. McAthur) here today.
Mr. McArthur was inquiring
John Matthew Dwyer, medi-
Story of attack by mental patient
small intestines, and conse-
Mr. J. Blake, of Balaklava,
with a female patient at En-
|TWO ENGINEERING STUDENTS AT A COMBINED PARTY College Colors Ornament Their Cakes (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Tuesday 12 August 1930 page Article||2013-09-19 15:13||rplE deliilitful dance given bv Mr. und
Mrs. LJihtfool-Walk- r, nlMHiily. al
Hcrdciiu' restaurant celebrated llic? co:n
iiig-or-agi! of tlich- son Anpis. and nlio
of Mr. Peter Gausscn.
Bolli young men an studying eniiiii
p.-rine v.llh the Broken Hllf Proprietary
Company, Newcastle .and a number of
ihe. l1 friends came to Sydney- for tlie ccio
Mr-. Lic'.llfool-Walkcr. who wore a
gown l.1 bottle-green embossed Reory,
if..- «r.s iixrlftcd In cnlertalnlnc by lu-r
dauehitrs. Margaret, who chase burni
ori-iiLt' larTetn. made In peacock rlTi-ct.
:«id Joan, wearing an anklc-lensth froii:
if yellon- crept- de chine, with a shoui
dir'tprj.- of black daisies: and her ton.
Mr. Jan' Lighlfool-Walkrr.
The wlmli- of ?
ro.r Biirdm »i-re
L.ghlto-jl - WV
ornamentc-d with' a
were added -ed
white. rnd b:_.
ors cf the Nautical
whprc he was ctl.1
|THE delightful dance given by Mr. and
Mrs. Lightfoot-Walker, of Manly at
Hordens' restaurant celebrated the com-
ing-or-age of their son Angus and also
of Mr. Peter Gaussen.
Both young men are studying engin-
eering with the Broken Hill Proprietary
Company, Newcastle and a number of
their friends came to Sydney for the cel-
Mrs Lightfoot-Walker, who wore a
gown of bottle-green embossed Reory,
was assisted in entertaining by her
daughters Margaret, who chose burni
ori-iiLt' larTetn. made in peacock effect
and Jean, wearing an ankle-length frock
of yellow- crepe de chine, with a shoui
dir'tprj.- of black daisies: and her son
Mr. Ian Lightfoot-Walker.
The whole of the restauran
roof garden were
Lightfoot-Walker's cake wa
ornamented with a motor car and streamers of the maroon and gold colours of his school
were added and
white and b:_. streamers the col-
ors of the Nautical
where he was edu-
|JOHN LYSAGHT (AUS.) LTD. (Article), The Voice of the North (NSW : 1918 - 1933), Friday 7 February 1919 page Article||2013-09-19 14:31||The following now company has been
I John Lysaght (Australia), Limited.—
i Capital, £100,001), in £l shares. Objects:
Proprietary, Limited. Subscribers: Roy
Lightfoot Walker, Herbert Rovse Ly
j saght, and William Carr. First direc
tors: iH. R. Lysaght, R. W. Davey, ami
H. B. Burslem. Registered offices, Syd
|The following new company has been
John Lysaght (Australia), Limited.—
Capital, £100,000), in £l shares. Objects:
Proprietary, Limited. Subscribers: Roy-
Lightfoot Walker, Herbert Royse Ly-
saght, and William Carr. First direc-
tors: H. R. Lysaght, R. W. Davey, and
H. B. Burslem. Registered offices, Syd-
Read the merging and splitting guidelines.