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    McCONVILLE—SWIFT. —On the 24th June, at St.
    Joseph's Church, Willunga, by the Rev. Father
    Prendergast, H. J. McConville, third and only sur-

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  1. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 9 July 1889 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE—SWIFT. —On the 24th June, at St.
    Joseph's Church, Willunga, by the Rev. Father
    Prendergast, H. J. McConville, third and only sur-Fix this text
    viving son of Mr. Henry McConville, of Avondale
    Station, Farina, to B. M. Swift, youngest daughter of
    Mr. James Swift, of Yatala, near Port Adelaide.

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  2. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 21 August 1889 p 2 Advertising
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    lateDtion to APPLY for a GOLD IQKUrS
    Sanlka west from KiSofs Knob, west of and adjoin
    hm A. F. Bi?hanlrt applieatiam aftewaabiiw
    defined on tin nooad by peg! and tienohw, a* reFix this text
    qciwd by the OoMlifiismg ffrgnlitVnwot 18i8.
    B. McCONVILLE,

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  3. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 3 July 1891 p 8 Advertising
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    HITTMANN'S LABOR OFFICES,
    corner of
    NORTH TERRACE AND PULTENEY-STBEET.
    Having been favored with instructions from the
    following Station-holders on their respective stations,Fix this text
    I can now BOOK SHEARERS at 90s. per 100, fares
    paid; two or more sheds guaranteed to each party of
    shearers:—
    Messrs. John Ragless and Sons. Hon. J. H. Angas.
    Messrs. Willis, Tarlton, and Co., Messrs. Samuel
    Mills and Co.
    Messrs. C. and E. W. Bowman, and W. B. Sells Esq.,
    and Henry McConville, Esq.
    Whschetina and Mount Nor west.
    Hill River.
    Moralina and Mount Bn-an.
    Avoodale and Angtpena.
    Chandada*
    Later sheds to follow.
    K.B.—The other Sheds previoudy been advenlied
    are now full up.

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  4. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 22 August 1893 p 3 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.-On th' 18th Augnst, at Hawker,Fix this text
    thx wife of H. J. MoOonvflle, of Angipena Station, of
    a daughter.

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  5. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Saturday 26 October 1895 p 2 Advertising
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    WE intend to APPLY for a GOLD MINING
    LEASE of about 14 acres, known as the Pro-
    prietary and Royal Standard Claims, Angipena.
    H. McCONVILLE, F. F. MOTTRAM,Fix this text
    H. J. McCONVILLE, J. MARTYN.
    October 19. 1895. 292w306

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  6. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 13 March 1895 p 2 Advertising
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    ART1MOHE bTATION!— To !«? WiI.Ii or IJ-TT.
    Artimore SUlion, near H1.IN11AS. s» iiiil-n
    from the railway. This Uun onn|-rt»r« MK mllr. ..I
    fine woolgrowing councr)'. vulttlivulwl hit-j rlicut
    paddocks, nith woolihi-il for 'M t-limror«. liuuic,
    shearers' huu, drafting - yards, -iuUrt

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  7. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 26 August 1896 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.—On the 25th August, at Avandale
    station, Annie, :the 'dearly-beloved .wife"; of.- HenryFix this text
    McConville,'aged 02 yearil^ -ILIiP.; '.'-???'. ?'? . r-i

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  8. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 10 September 1902 p 6 Family Notices
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    1 year and 9 months.
    McCONVILLE.—On the 7th September, at her
    grandmother's residence, Napier-street, Yatala,
    Jean Celsus, the dearly-loved youngest daughter ofFix this text
    H. J. and B. M. McConville, of Angepena'station,
    aged 1 year and 5 months, of teething convu

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  9. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 30 March 1903 p 2 Family Notices
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    uneral Notices.
    THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. HENRY McCON-
    VILLE, late of Angipena Station, are respect-
    fully informed that his Funeral will leave the resi-
    dence of his son (Mr. Harrv J. McConville), Henry
    street, off Queen-street, Norwood, on MONDAY,
    at 3 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, West-terrace.
    J. B. SIEBERT

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  10. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 3 March 1903 p 2 Advertising
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    I INTEND TO APPLY for a GOLD LEASE of
    20 acres over Mineral Claim No. 5074, situated
    about 7 miles south of Hawker's Hill, as defined
    by posts and trenches. Miner's Right No. 3690.
    HENRY MCCONVILLE.
    Adelaide, 23rd February, 1903.
    I INTEND TO APPLY for a GOLD LEASE of
    20 acres over Mineral Claim No. 5075, situated
    about 7 miles south of Hawker's Hill and south of
    and adjoining Mineral Claim No. 5074, as. de-Fix this text
    fined by posts and / trenches. Miner's Right No.
    3075. HENRY McCONVIIXE.
    Adelaide, 23rd February, 1903.

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  11. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 10 March 1903 p 2 Advertising
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    ays, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 12
    noon.
    Dated this 9th day of March, 1903.
    J.

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  12. ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT. March l8.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 20 March 1903 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Mr. George Laughton reports:—Dairy and other cattle—Milkers were again scarce, only about 20 being yarded. All sorts were dearer, bert commanding mos ... 1384 words
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    Barrandilkie, comprising 2.934 acres also water
    conservation lease, block 3, hundred of Howe, com-
    prising 505 acres, on same account; for A. a.
    Browne Esq., Booboorowie, 617 fat wethers; andFix this text
    for H. J. Mcconville, Angipena, 5S0 ewes in lamb.
    Pure Stock.-Barker Brothers rep

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  13. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 2 December 1903 p 10 Advertising
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    EOBE.-Ideal summer resort, coolest \spot inFix this text
    . State. Visitors conveyed from ' Kingston;
    nominal charge. Write, -Mcconville, Criterion
    Hotel. ? h330-6

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  14. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Thursday 5 November 1903 p 10 Advertising
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    CRITERION Hotel, Robe.-Proprietor, HarryFix this text
    Mcconville-Accommodation for Seaside Visi-
    tors; splendid beach; shooting; beautiful scenery;

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  15. Advertising
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 1 July 1903 p 2 Advertising
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    Legal Notices._
    IN THE ESTATE OF HENRY MCCONVILLE
    DECEASED.
    Pursuant to "The Trustee Act 1903"-NOTICE
    ia hereby given that all CREDITORS and others
    having any claims against the estate of Henry
    Mcconville late of Angipena in the State of South
    australia sheep farmer deceased whose will has
    been duly proved in the Supreme Court of the said
    State by Henry James Mcconville and Henry HayFix this text
    Mildred the executors thereby appointed are rc
    ouired to send in writing their names and ad-
    dresses and FULL PARTICULARS of their claims
    to the undersigned the said executors on or before
    the tenth day of July next after which date the
    said executors will be at liberty to distribute the
    asset«! of the said deceased amongst the persons
    entitled thereto having regard only to the claims
    of which they shall then have had notice.
    Dated this tenth day of June 1903
    mica. "'»jgjjjjY JAMES mcconville,

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  16. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 30 March 1903 p 4 Family Notices
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    MCCONVILLE.-On the 28th March, at Ade
    laide. Henry Mcconville, of Angipena Station, of
    heart failure, suddenly, aged 71 years. A colonistFix this text
    of 50 years. R.I.P.

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  17. PERSONAL.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 30 March 1903 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Our Sydney correspondent telegraphed on Sunday evening:—His Excellency the Governor-General and Lady Tennyson arrived in Sydney yesterday morning fro ... 1314 words
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    On Saturday afternoon Mr. Henry Mc-
    Conville, late of Angipena station, near
    Leigh Creek, died. The deceased gentle-
    man arrived in the colony 50 years ago, fand
    had resided in the far north up to a recent
    date. He opened up a large tract of pas-
    toral country, including Myrtle Springs, sta-
    tion, Witchelina, Nupena, Cadnowie, and
    Cullabonna stations. Later on he was theFix this text
    lessee of Berlino, Avondale, Angipena, Mur
    rapaterrina, and Artimore stations. He
    was a mining enthusiast, and assisted in
    opening up many of pur northern mines. (
    Mr. Mcconville, who was 71 years of age,
    had just disposed of his pastoral interesta
    and purchased a property near the, city,
    where he contemplated spending the rest of
    his days in comfort. While at lunch in tie ,
    city on Saturday he suddenly became ill and
    expired m his chair. His wife and seven
    children predeceased him. He has lefVone
    son, Mr. Harry J. Mcconville.

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  18. Harry McConville.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954) Friday 9 August 1946 p 12 Article
    Abstract: PAR Northerners will miss their cheerful old friend Harry James McConville, who died at Whyalla last month in his 82nd year. His 115 words
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    Harry McConville.
    PAR Northerners will miss theirFix this text
    cheerful old friend Harry James
    McConville, who died at Whyalla
    last month in his 82nd year. His
    father (Henry McConville), In his
    day owned Myrtle Springs, Mt.
    Nor-West Witchelina, AvondaJe,
    Angipena, Artimore, Berlino, Difl
    kaninna, and Callabonna stations.
    Thus his sole surviving son Harry
    had a good pastoral training. He
    was also well known in the South-
    East, and had the gratification of
    seeing the Leigh Creek coalfield
    developed, and a deep-sea harbor
    proposed at Robe —projects which
    he constantly advocated. Mr. Mc-
    Conville was well read, and during
    the last weeks of his life was writ
    ing notes on the early hunting days
    in South Australia. *

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  19. TELEGRAPH MESSENGERS. Successful Candidates.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 3 July 1934 p 16 Article
    Abstract: The following candidates in Western Australia were successful in the examination for appointment as telegraph messengers held on May 5:— 75 words
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    TELEGRAPH MESSENGERS.
    Successful Candidates.
    The following candidates in WesternFix this text
    Australia were successful in the examina
    tion for appointment as telegraph messen
    gers h«»M on Tlfnv Sr— .
    Geraldton.— Wateon, William Bernard;
    Johnston. Gordon Stuart; Barker, Ronald
    James; Nilen. Thomas Alexander; Wiison,
    James Arthur.
    Kalgoorlie. — Doogue, James David;
    Hewitt. William Henry; McConville, Cla
    rence Richard; McGuinness, George Wil
    liam; Kelly, Hubert Joseph.

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  20. Doctor gives evidence
    The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) Friday 16 January 1953 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Joseph Henry McConville, 37, theatre proprietor, of Lewis Street, Camp Hill, was further remanded until 124 words
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    Doctor gives
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    Joseph Henry McConville,
    37, theatre proprietor, of
    Lewis Street, Camp Hill, was
    lurther remanded until Feb
    ruary 2 on a charge oi man
    slaughter yesterday.
    McConville was charged on
    December 2G with having
    unlawfully killed Pamela
    Margaret Armstrong on or
    about December 24, and with
    having unlawfully killed
    Dulcic Margaret Armstrong
    on December 25.
    Dr. John Lister Collis
    Lahz, resident doctor at
    Mater Hospital, gave evi
    dence that when he exam
    ined Pamela Margaret Arm
    strong about midnight on
    December 24, she was dead.
    He said the girl's mother,
    Dulcie Margaret Armstrong,
    was admitted to the hospital
    suffering from a fractured
    skull, severe concussion, and
    cerebral contusions. Her
    condition at the time was
    dangerous, and she died at
    7.15 next morning.

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  21. OBTIUARY.
    The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954) Tuesday 7 April 1903 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mrs Charlotte MacDonald, whose death was announced last week; aged 88, was a very old resident of Victoria. Mrs. Macdonald was very well known in the 126 words
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    BTIUARY?
    lrs Charlotte MacDonald, whose death
    was announced last week; aged 83, was a
    very oldresident of Victoria. hire. M c.
    donald was very well known in the
    Western district, having with her husband,
    kept Msc's hotel, Portland, in the early
    days.
    dar. Jones O'Neill, aged 70 years, died on
    Wednesday at Port Fairy.
    The following deaths of old South AusnFix this text
    tralian residents are reported :--James
    Roche, of Kapunda, aged 72; Thomas J.
    Trathen. of Ovingham, aged 62; Henry
    McConville, of Angipensa station, aged 71;
    William Hillier, of Kapunda, aged 79;
    Captiin Druce, aged 86 ; at Gleoelg, J. F.
    uoill, aged 56 ; Dr W. J. Walker. of Port
    Pirie ; William Gillard, of North Notwood,
    aged 84 ; Samuel Mulligan, of Millicent,
    aged 76.

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  22. ROBE. Robe, June 12.
    Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954) Wednesday 16 June 1915 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The following nominations were received to-day for councillors:—Central Ward.—James Nunan (informal). Henry Ed. Hudson (informal), 41 words
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    ROBE.
    Robe, June 12.
    Tlio following ..nominations wcro. re
    ceived to-day for councillors
    ' Central Ward.-James Nuna'n (infor
    mal), Henry Ed. Hudson (informal),Fix this text
    Henry James McConville (elected).
    Ross Ward,-Peter Maelntyro (elec
    ted).
    Smith Ward. - Henry Langfoerg
    (cl.'cted).
    For Auditor.-No nomination.

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  23. HEAD INJURIES.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 5 July 1927 p 13 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Henry J. McConville, of Marionplace, Prospect, who sustained head injuries as the result of a fall on Saturday, is not in a serious condition, as ... 56 words
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    HEAD INJURIES.
    Mr. Henry J. McConville, of Marion-
    place, Prospect, who sustained head in-
    juries as the result of a fall on Saturday,Fix this text
    is not in a serious condition, as was at
    fii?t thought. He is progressing favor
    ably in the Adelaide Hospital, and is ex
    pected to return home in a few days.

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  24. INSOLVENCIES AND ASSIGNMENTS. INSOLVENCIES.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 5 October 1885 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Richard Smith, late of Kadina, labourer. Jabez Harper, late of Brompton Park, carpenter. James Murphy, near Echunga, manager for Henry McConville. 175 words
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    WSnT,VT?!Vfn-H!fi AND ASSIGNMENTS
    TVsrvr.vTEwrirKK. .
    Eichard Smith, late of Kadina,Jfl.DOurer. ,
    Jabtz Harper, late of Brompton Park, carpenter.
    ' James Murphy, near Echunga, manager for HenryFix this text
    McConvilleV — : ?''- . :
    -:? Frauds Henry Blsckwbod, Semaphore,- engine
    driver. - r ; ??? - ? ?? . : ,? ? , ?????.:
    g HenijBa8^,l^ofKoiwoji)djbjBilder. v. ?-,
    Bobert Bui

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  25. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 8 September 1902 p 2 Family Notices
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    THE FRIENDS of Mr. HENRY J. McCONVILLE
    are informed that the Funeral of his late
    DAUGHTER (Jean) will leave his residence, Na-Fix this text
    pier-street, Yatala, on MONDAY, at 2.30 p.m.,
    for the Woodville Catholic Cemetery.
    W. F. DESLANDES, Undertaker.

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  26. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 17 April 1901 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.—On the 15th April, at Baden
    Villa, Knightsbridge, the wife of Harry J. Mc-Fix this text
    Conville, of a daught

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  27. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 31 July 1896 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.—In loving memory of dear Edith,
    who died July 30, 1891
    The years may pass and time roll on,Fix this text
    What'er may be our lot;
    But while we live and memory last
    You will never be forgot.
    - Inserted by loving cousin Jeannie.

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  28. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 24 April 1901 p 9 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.—On the 15th April, at Baden
    Villa, Knightsbridge, the wife of Harry J. Mc-
    conville, of a daughter.

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  29. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 5 July 1918 p 6 Family Notices
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    MCCONVILLE-DOWLING.-The engagement is
    announced of Dorothea M. McConville, second
    daughter of H. J. Mc-Conville, late of Robe, to
    Q.M.Sgt. J. F. Dowling, 31st Battery, *th FieldFix this text
    Artillery Brigade. A.I.F., abroad, third son of
    Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dowling, of Manoora.

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  30. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 10 July 1918 p 6 Family Notices
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    ETURN THANKS.
    MR. and Mr». J. S. SMITH, of Norwood, sin-
    cerely THANK __t kind Friend-, ScigMi-ra,
    and Relatives for letters, cards, and personal ex-
    pressions of eymnathy in the sad loss of their
    ilearlv loved son, -leek, killed in action in France,
    June 7; and also thank Mrs. Slanc (wife of
    Colonel Sl-ino) for her kind sympathy._
    MRS. RICHARD RJTTER wishes to THANK
    kind Friends and Relatives for letters,
    cards, and personal expressiona of sympathy inFix this text
    the ead loas of her husbind, Sergeant-Major R. II.
    Hitter. 3_nd Battalion._
    MRS. J. H. REID and FAMILY wish to
    THANK all kind friends at Farina for kind
    attention shown to the late Clement Bralla, es-
    pecially Mrs. Martin. Mrs. McCabe, Mrs. John-
    stone, Mrs. McConville, and Mr. W. Martin.

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  31. Family Notices
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 2 March 1904 p 4 Family Notices
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    DIXON-MCCONVILLE.-On the 11th February,
    at St. Paul's iRotreat, Glen Osmond, by the Rev.
    Andrew Enright, C.P.,, Thomas Henry, eldestFix this text
    son of William Jdhn Dixon, "Barnes," (Surrey, Eng-
    land, to VJcnnie,-. eldest daughter' of -i John McCpn
    vtijlc, "Pinkerton," 'Quorn. English paperSj please
    copy- "'"? ¿\' " ,l ' . - "* /

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  32. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. A FRACTURED SKULL.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 4 July 1927 p 12 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Henry McConville (60), of Marionplace, Prospect, was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital on Saturday night suffering from a fractured skull. The ca ... 44 words
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    FATALITIES AND
    ACCIDENTS.
    A FRACTURED SKULL.Fix this text
    Mr. Henry McConville (60), of Marion-
    place, Prospect, was admitted to the Ade-
    laide Hospital on Saturday night suffering
    from a fractured skull. The cause of his
    injury is ankcowa. He is in a serious con
    dition

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  33. LAW COURTS TICK IN SHEEP.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Saturday 16 August 1919 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Sheepowners who had yarded stock infested with tick at the Metropolitan Abattoirs, were prosecuted at the Adelaide Police Court on Friday. The bench ... 1144 words
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    LAW COURTS
    TICK IN SHEEP.Fix this text
    Sheepoivners who had yarded stock in
    1 fcsted with tick at the Metropolitan Abit
    toirs, were prosecuted at the. Adelaide
    Police Court on Friday. The re.nch aas
    occupied by Messrs." È. II. Sabine, S.M.,
    and H. J. Mcconville. ,k i
    J. Grigg, of. Millicent, was the first de- j
    Tendant. , i
    The Chief Inspector of Stock (Mr. T. ,
    H. Williams) slid the defendant had 112 ,
    sheep m íhe yard where an.mals were '
    commonly exposed for sale. Tie sheap i
    were badly infested. i
    The defendant, in a letter, explained I
    that he hod purchased the sheep through '.
    an agent, and ivas not aware that they
    were infested.
    The bench fined the defendant £6 in
    all. - I
    Messrs. Badeock

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  34. A DIVORCE CASE. SCHOOL TEACHER CO-RESPONDENT. DECREE NISI GRANTED. Melbourne, March 10.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 11 March 1913 p 11 Article
    Abstract: An unusual development took place in a divorce suit, the hearing of which was returned by the Chief Justice. (Sir John Madden) m tie Banco Court to-d ... 1338 words
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    LAW COURTS
    TICK IN SHEEP.Fix this text
    Sheepoivners who had yarded stock in
    1 fcsted with tick at the Metropolitan Abit
    toirs, were prosecuted at the. Adelaide
    Police Court on Friday. The re.nch aas
    occupied by Messrs." È. II. Sabine, S.M.,
    and H. J. Mcconville. ,k i
    J. Grigg, of. Millicent, was the first de- j
    Tendant. , i
    The Chief Inspector of Stock (Mr. T. ,
    H. Williams) slid the defendant had 112 ,
    sheep m íhe yard where an.mals were '
    commonly exposed for sale. Tie sheap i
    were badly infested. i
    The defendant, in a letter, explained I
    that he hod purchased the sheep through '.
    an agent, and ivas not aware that they
    were infested.
    The bench fined the defendant £6 in
    all. - I
    Messrs. Badeock

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  35. NORTHERN DISTRICT LICENSING BENCH. Port Augusta, September 4.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Saturday 7 September 1907 p 14 Article
    Abstract: The quarterly meeting was held to-day before Messrs. W. J. Hinde, sen. (chairman), J. Graig, R. Grunike, and James Holdsworth. The inspector's report ... 252 words
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    NORTHERN DISTRICT LICENSING
    BENCH.

    Port Augusta, September 4.Fix this text
    The quarterly meeting was held to-day before
    Messrs. W. J. Hinde, sen. (chairman), J. Craig, R.
    Grunike, and James Holdsworth. The inspector's
    report showed no objection to any of the appli-
    cants, and in the case of the application for store-
    keeper's license at the Daly mine, Yudanamutana,
    he favored the license being granted. The follow-
    ing applications were dealt with:
    For publican's license, plans for approval-Brid-
    get Mary Mcconville, for a house proposed to be
    ercrted at Railway-terrace, Leigh Creek, to be
    called the Railway Hotel, and billiards. Mr. T.
    Hewitson for applicant, asked permission to with-
    draw. Mr. A. M. Hardy, for objector, asked for
    costs. The bench granted the permission to with-
    draw, but refused to allow costs.

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  36. LAW COURTS THE "FAKE" OTORTER. SENT TO GAOL.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Thursday 11 April 1918 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The man who, under the pretence of being a succial ccrrespoudent of the "Sydney Morning Herald" endeavored to secure a motor car from the Cheney Moto ... 842 words
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    darrt -was nonsuited on Che counter-cla'm.
    I-«.TOE O0LTRT-.\nEUUDE.
    Wednc-d-v, April 10.
    (liefere Mr. E. "I. Sabine, S.M.. and Hesters. F. =.
    Willes W. J. Hill, II. .1. .Mcconville, 3. H.
    (.randy, and .1. Drennan.)

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  37. LAW COURTS THE CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Wednesday, May 8. (Before Mr. Justice Gordon and a jury.) Alleged False Pretences.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Thursday 9 May 1918 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Frank Winter Hodson (34 years) pleaded not guilty to a charge of having on January 17 falsely represented to James Tresida Nancarrow, chief clerk of 2042 words
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    Before justice mcconville

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  38. TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON. PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 30 November 1903 p 8 Article
    Abstract: The local secretary (Mr. H. E. Fuller) has received from ihe examiner (Dr. William Creser, F. R. C. O.) the results of the examinations in the practi ... 1571 words
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    LONDON TRINITY COLLEGE Mrs. Newman), Mary Mcconville (ConventFix this text
    of Mercy), Eileen M

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  39. LAW COURTS THE HINDMARSH-SQUARE CHURCH PROPERTY.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 16 August 1918 p 11 Article
    Abstract: The appeal was continued at the Full Court, presided over by the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Gordon, and Mr. Justice. Buchanan, on Thursday, against t ... 1756 words
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    HARRY CONVILLE no maintainence tlie State Children's Department,
    with having made default in compliance with an
    order made on June 4, rcsr»t»cting the maintcnonre
    of his child. The defendant did not appear. Mr.
    Kearney «aid the defendant owed £.12 1-V to JulyFix this text
    SO. Mcconville had made no paynv-ntj» under
    the order. Two months' iinprisonmcnt was ordered,
    the warrant

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  40. THE COUNTRY. RAILWAY-STATION WITHOUT A GATE.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 22 November 1912 p 11 Article
    Abstract: PETERSBURG, November 19.—At the meeting of the Coglin Council on Saturday, Mr. John Bates presented a petition from ratepayers adjacent to 2537 words
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    ROBE, November 19.-As a sequel to the meet-
    ing of delegates from the majority of the dis-
    trict councils of the South-East, held at Robe
    some few weeks ago for the purpose of bringing
    before the Government the need of better rail-
    way and harbor facilities for the South-East, it
    has been decided to form local branches of the
    South-Eastern Railway and Harbor League in
    the different centres. The matter has been taken
    up in earnest, and the peoplr are determined to
    leave no stone unturned to obtain a better rail-
    way system and an outport which will be worthyFix this text
    the the name. A largely-attended meeting of
    landholders was held at the Robe Institute on
    Wednesday evening. On the motion of Mr. G.
    Domaschenz, seconded by Mr. E. J. Banks, it
    was unanimously decided to form a branch of the
    league. Mr. J. Nunan was elected president,
    and Mr. H. J. McConville secretary and treasurer.
    Mr. McConville laid stress on the inconvenience
    residents and travellers are put through the lack

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  41. THE COUNTRY. A FINGER LOST. Farrell's Flat, April 29.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 2 May 1905 p 8 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. S. Green met with a painful1 aceident on Friday last, when one of her fingers was crushed between the cogs of a mangle. She was conveyed to the ... 4609 words
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    n the evening the local dramatic club,
    assisted by lady and gentlemen visitors,
    gave a concert in the institute, providing a
    first-class programme, which was well re
    ceived by i large audience. To Mr. H. J.
    McConville, who i- honorary secretary to
    the athfetic club and the dramatic club,
    credit is due for the successful results of die
    holiday arrangements. The following ladies
    and gentlemen took part in the pro-Fix this text
    gramme:-Mesdames Mutrie, McConville,
    and Broun, Misses Canny, Pickett. Paris,
    Mc Bain, Mitchell, Messrs.'Green, Eardley,
    II. and A. Winterbottom, and E. Banks.
    Miss M. Canny acted as accompanist.
    SWAN REACH.

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  42. THE COUNTRY. THE ANGASTON RAILWAY.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 17 March 1908 p 9 Article
    Abstract: NURIOOTPA, March 14.—Excitement in connection with the proposed railway to this district reached its zenith to-day, when the poll was taken to decide ... 3087 words
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    ,THELMA MCCONVILLE MOUNT BARKER COMPETITIONS.
    MOUNT BARKER, March 16.-The in-Fix this text
    terest in the literary and musical compe-
    titions continues. On Friday night, when
    .Mr. G. W. Jackman presided, the pro-
    gramme waa as follows:-Recitation, under
    l8 years-Miss Nellie Connolly, "The
    stowaway;" Miss Gladys Beckmann,
    "Tim's prayer;" Miss Emmie Ailert,
    "A leap for life;" Miss Dora Leech,
    "The emancipation of man;" Mr. R.
    Newman, "The fireman's wedding. Reci-
    tation, under 16 years-Miss Nellie Con-
    nolly, "How the chesnut horse came home;"
    Misa Gladys Beckmann, "The Stow-
    away;" Miss Emmie Ailert, 'The vic-
    tim;" Miss Clara Allan. "Meddlesome
    Matty." Ladies' ELicution, nun-humo-
    rous-Miss Ivy Leslie, "How the Li Rue
    stakes were lost." Ladies' Elocution,
    humorous-Miss Nellie Connolly, "The way
    backs' visit to the Zoo" (Fletcher); Miss
    Viola Byrne, "The waybacks at the Zoo."
    Dialogue, "A Backward Child." Charac-
    ters-Miss Milligan (governess), Miss
    Gladys Beckmann; Florence (pupil), Mi«
    Nellie Connolly. Champion character
    recital-Miss Inis Conly, 'Tim, the wharf
    rat;" Miss Ruby Kutcher, "The denomina-
    tional garden." Men's elocution, humo-
    rous-Mr. C. R. Hawke, "The Irish school-
    master." The judge congratula ted Mss
    Byrne on her excellent elocution. On Satur-
    day afternoon, when the Rev. W. A.
    Larrgsford presided, the programme was
    as follows;-Spelling bee, under 14 years
    Donald Dowling, Andrew Evans, Leonard
    Keefe, Doris Leech. Paul M idigan. Thelma
    Mcconville, Maisie Meehan, Frederick
    O'Neill, Elsie C. Bradfor

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  43. THE COUNTRY. ALLEGED HORSE-STEALING.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 22 March 1909 p 8 Article
    Abstract: CHARLEVILLE (Qld.). March 13.— William Henry Robinson, out of John Burgess camp, who was arrested at Jundalo on his way to Wave Hill, Northern 3804 words
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    D. MCONVILLE ST. PATRICK'S DAY AT QUORN. jFix this text
    QUORN, March l8.-St. Patrick's day ¡
    was celebrated here on Thursday. Holy j
    Moss at 8 a.m. Avas celebrated by the RCA-.
    Father Kirby, after Avhich a procession was
    formed and, headed by the Quorn Brass
    Band, made 'its way through 'the princi-
    pal streets to the oval, where a prompt
    start Avas made yyith the sports programme, i
    There were present on the grounds the
    Revs. Eathers Kirby and O'Halloran, the
    lion. R. W. Foster, the Mayor (Mr. R.
    Thompson), Messrs. II. Matthews, J.
    Heath, and other leading citizens. The
    hon. secretary (Mr. F. W. Gleeson), backed
    up by Messrs. J. AV. Galvin and T. H.
    AVard, and an able committee, worked well,
    and a pleasant outing resulted. There -was
    a large gathering from Port Augusta, and
    several prizes Avere carried off by comic
    uitors from that quarter. The officers
    were:-Patrons, Hon. R. W. Foster,
    Messrs. E. II. Warren. J. Travers, and T.
    Burgoyne, M.'sP.; presidents, Messrs. li.
    Thompson, H. Matthews, and Captain J.
    A. AVatt: judges, Messrs. R. Thompson, J.
    Heath, E. N. Twopenny, and I. Milburn;
    handicapper, Mr. W. F. Halbert; starter,
    Mr. P. Snadden; stewards, Messrs. J.
    Cook, J. Foster, O. Bockelberg, S. Yates,
    A. Koster, W. Bruce. G. Cobbin, S. B.
    Hobbs. II. AA^aters. C. A. Neindorf, G. R
    Prettejohn. F. E. Ha»"mon, II. Heaslip, J.
    Nettle, T. AV. Messenger, A. M. Jaffrey. G.
    D. Watt, J. C. Nadebaum, F. A. Gallag-
    her, II. S. Davey. II. A. Wigzell, E. P.
    Winter, J. Rock, and W. Thompson; hon.
    surgeon. Dr. Gibson; committee, Messrs. J.
    Finlay, J. Kennedy. W.- Fanning. AV. Wil-
    liams. T. Power, P. Kain, J. McMahon.
    P. Scadden. O. AVilliams. D. Mcconville. J.
    McAulift'e. W. Finlav, P. Rogers

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  44. THE COUNTRY. "GEE UP, ROGER." Norton's Summit, June 7.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 8 June 1904 p 8 Article
    Abstract: It is necessary for visitors to the hills to have norses which will travel up hill as well as down. A young couple spent the holiday in this neighbor ... 4887 words
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    J Mcconville GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
    SPORTS, QUORN.
    Quorn, June 6.
    The Great Northern Railway sports were
    held on thé Quorn Oval to-day. There was
    a large gathering, although not quite so
    large as formerly, owing to a split among
    the railway men. However, the fixture
    was highly successful, and those who ab-
    sented themselves misled a splendid day's
    racing The Port Augusta Band under
    the conductorship of Mr. S. W. Young, was
    in attendance, and marched from the Town
    Hall to the grounds. D. Price, of Broken
    Hill, proved himself a good sprinter, and
    won three of the principal cycle events, rid-
    ing a fine finish in the Great Northern
    Railwav Wheel Race, whilst in the three
    mile scratch, race (Tradesmen's Purse) he
    also won in good style. C. Heide had a
    popular win in the Men's Sheffield, beat-
    ing the favorite (Sabee) on the post. This
    finish was exceptionally close (1 1/2 yards
    covering the four competitors), and
    caused much excitement. The committee
    were very strict with the riders, and seve-
    ral were cautioned, whilst one result has
    been held over for the committee to decide
    to-night. In the boys' Sheffield a protest
    was entered against J. Jarrett for being
    over age, and he was disqualified. A pro-
    test against C. L. Hall in the hurdles for
    vaulting one of the jumps was not upheld.
    The Port Augusta Band rendered an exten-
    sive programme of music during the day.
    The committee are to be complimented on
    the manner in which they carried out the
    programme. The officers were:
    Judges-Messrs. T. W. Messenger, T. Yeomans,
    and J. Finlay; hon. surgeon, Dr. T. Gibson; han
    dicappers-Cycle events, Mr. A. Lykke; for foot
    racing, Mr. W. F. Halbert; starter, Mr..P. Stud-,
    den; referee, Mr. W. F. Halben; timekeepers,
    Messrs. O. Bockelberg and W. H. Bennett; master
    of track,, Mr. B.J. Bowden; dressing-room ste-
    ward, Mr. P. Hall; lap scorer, Mr. A. T. Darke;
    stewards, Messrs. H. Q. Pelton, P. Snadden, W.
    Halbert, M. Cullinan, H. Head, R. J. Bowden,
    W. Gillett, W. Scanlon,,R. L. Provis, D. Croker,
    A. Wight, P. J. Hall; treasurer, Mr. H. Q. Pelton;
    secretary, Mr. A. Wight. Results :-
    Boys' Sheffield.-Final-L. Dienhoff, J. Trem-
    bath. J. Mcconville, R, H

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  45. GENERAL NEWS. SHORTAGE OF LABOR COMMISSION ABANDONED.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Thursday 4 April 1912 p 8 Article
    Abstract: Cabinet on Wednesday decided to recommend his Excellency the Governor to revoke the appointment of all the Commissioners' who have been enquiring int ... 4580 words
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    A LATE COUK.T SITTING.
    His Honor the Chief Justice ÍSir Samuel
    Way), the litigants, and bar engaged in
    the Robe libel action had a long day in
    '"he Supreme Court on Wednesday. The
    action, ia witieh Miso Mcconville, a young
    lady of'Robe, claims from Mrs. Morris, of
    [Conmurra »station. £-300 damages for libelFix this text
    ¡contained in two anonymou«* letter*-, al
    ileged to have been written and published
    by the defendant, was begun on Monday
    moruinji, and. on Wednesday. aftérnxm- the
    c-oiirt was seized of the. feet that «unless
    the evidence was completed that day the
    case would not be concluded bt-fore the
    1 Easter holidays. His Honor . announced
    that be would sit in the e*v«enfng until all
    the evidence hal been tendered. Conse-

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  46. The Adbertiser THURSDAY, AUGUST 6. 1891.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Thursday 6 August 1891 p 4 Article
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    nother batch of shearers and shed hands
    «ras dispatched on Wednesday morning for
    aioralina station by Mr. G. Htttmann, labor
    agent, tothe order of Messrs. W. B. Sells and
    Co. A batch of shearers was sent by the same
    train to Mfllpoorina. Avondale, and Artimore,
    for Messrs. John White and John McConville.
    {These men were forwarded by the same agent

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  47. THE ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC OF LONDON, ENGLAND, FOR LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE CENTRE. Local-Secre...
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 19 January 1917 p 10 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Ledger; Muriel G., Miss A. M. Story, A.R.A.M., pianoforte. Sole Performers of Concert Standard. Iceland, Una. S., School of Music, King 5265 words
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    T McConville



    ton.-E.O.-(ipa_5), pianoforte, D. .O'Malley.
    .Mis? M. E. W. Moss, Kernt -Villa, Albert
    street, Dulwich.-P.D. (pass-), pianoforte, I.
    .Woolie, L Pctiitt.
    Mr. A. It. Mumme, Beaconsfield Buildings,
    King Wilham-street-L.D. (pass), hannony, L.Fix this text
    Graves; P.D. (pas-), pianoforte, N. Maurice:
    (pasi), grammar of music, division I., U. Bur
    field. M. Oliver^ K. McCabc, M. Dobbs.
    Jliss Murphy, S7, George-street, Thebarton.
    P.D. (pass), pianoforte, I. Douglas, C. PowclL
    -ii N. O'Hncn, 115, Hanson-street.-H.D.
    (pass), pianoforte, L-. "Wicken-;, L. Hartnell;
    E.D. (pa*), «îngmg, T. McConville; P.D. (p-s^,
    singing, L. Flaherty.

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  48. MR. DILLON IN ADELAIDE AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 12 April 1889 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Such an event as the arrival in Australia of a politician of the importance of Mr. John Dillon, M.P., naturally evoked all the inborn enthusiasm of o ... 6991 words
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  49. THE COUNTRY. SPORTS AT QUORN.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 22 March 1910 p 10 Article
    Abstract: QUORN, March 19.—Beautiful weather favored the committee of the St. Patrick's Day celebration at Quorn on Thursday, and there was a large attendance, ... 6035 words
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    D Conville sport



    On page 10
    THE COUNTBY.Fix this text
    SPORTS AT QUORN.
    QUORN, March 19.|-Beautiful weather
    favored the committee of the St. Patrick's
    Day celebration at Quorn on Thursday, and
    there was a large attendance, people coming
    from long distances. A good programme
    was arranged, and the various events were
    disposed of punctually. There were 13
    starters in the Sheffield Handicap, %vhich
    piovided some very close finishes. Fifteen
    also started in the Boys' Sheffield, and 12
    in the 220 yards handicaps, while there
    were also good fields in the various bicycle
    races. In the latter the scratch man,
    Sclauders, won the double. The egg ami
    spoon race, run off in three heats, caused
    considerable amusement, as did also the se-
    cond heat of the officials' handicap, the
    winner finishing with his face turned to the
    second man and his fingers to his nose. Ten
    competed in the high jump, and all the com
    petitbrs negotiated over 5 it., while two
    cleared £. ft. 3 in, and two 5 it. 5 in. The
    jumping of R. Flaherty, a lady 5 ft. high,
    who leaped 5 ft. 2 in., was specially ad-
    mired. During the jumping" Mr, John Fin-
    lay, the president of the Liberal and Demo-
    cratic Union in Flinders, and one of the
    judges for this e\ent. sustained a painful
    accident. One of the jumpers slipped, and
    catching the cross-stick in his hands drove1
    the end of it with/Considerable force into
    Mr. Finlays eye. It was thought the eye
    was seriously damaged, but beyond break
    nig the skin and causing the loss of a deal
    of blood, no serious injury was sustained.
    Previous to the sports a long procession,
    headed by the Quorn Brass Band, marched
    through the town to the oval. The band
    aJso rendered attractive music during ihe
    day A committee of ladies, with Mrs. 4.
    W. Galvin at the head, provided a splendid
    dinner, While the Misses Kain and Conway
    did good business} with their Cool drink an.i
    refreshment stall and Mr. 'H. Heaslip, ot
    the Transcontinental Hotel, at his booth.
    ¡The officials were:-Patrons, Hon. R- Wl
    Foster, Messrs'. T. Burgoyne, J. Traveta,
    *nd E. H. Warfett; presidents. Mess«, R
    Thompson and H. Matthews, and Dr. Gib,
    son; judges. Mesara, R, Thompson, E. N.
    Twopeny, J. W. Heath, and J. Milburn;
    handicappei. Mr. W. F. Halbert; starter,
    Mr; E. Kirwan; stewards,- Messrs. J. Cooli,
    J. Foster, 0. Bockelberg, S, Yatee, O.
    Koster, G. R. Cobbin, 8. B. Hobbs, Ii.
    Waters, H. Heaslip, J. Nettle, T. W. Mes
    genger, A M. Jaffrey, G. D. Watt, J. 0.
    Nadebaum, F. A. Gallagher, H. A. Wigzeli,
    J. Rock, W. R. Thompsob, W, Foster, 11.
    M. Miller, J. W. A. Bradford, W. Cowan,
    C. E. Warren, S.JL Williams. W Hill, tí.
    Godfree, P. B. 0*Mallev, F. Yeomans, and
    G. Prettejohn; committee. Messrs. J. Fin-
    lay, J. Kennedy, J. Fanning, W. Williams,
    T. Power, P. Kain, J. MeMahon, C. Wil-
    liams. D. Mcconville,

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  50. THE NEW FRENCH MINISTRY.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 15 December 1887 p 4 Article
    Abstract: To the friends of France and for the supporters of its republican form of government it affords ground for congratulation that the Ministerial interr ... 7823 words
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    The Rev. W. Currie.— A few Irishmen
    determined to recognise the kindness of the
    Rev. W. Carrie, of Kyneton, Victoria, in the
    cause of Home Rule, by inviting him to join
    a small party to explore the beauties of the
    lovely scenery between the city and Mount
    Lofty, but Mr. Henry McConville, J.P.,
    Avondale Station, Farina, on hearing of the
    project insisted on playing the host, and
    seldom indeed has the character fallen into
    better hands. A numerous party, comprising
    besides the guest of the day (the Rev. Mr.
    Currie), the Ven. Archdeacon Russell, V.G.,
    Rev. Messrs. Rorke, Delahunty, Jorgenson,
    the President, Secretary, and Executive of
    the League, and a numerous company
    of active members and friends, left
    Adelaide in a f our ? in - hand, and
    two wagonettes on Monday. The heat,
    although great, waa tempered with a refresh
    ing breeze. Mount Lofty being reached,
    luncheon waa done justice to. The cloth
    being removed, the health of the guest of the
    day, ' The Rev. W. Carrie,' was proposed
    in felicitous terms by Mr. W. Dixon, Presi
    dent of the League in South Australia, Mr.
    Currie in his usual happy style responded,
    and expressed the great gratification he felt
    in aiding, however Blightly, the cause of
    ' Irish Nationality,' and the consolation it
    was to him to find here all parties, classes,
    and creeds united in protesting against the
    brutality of the Tory regime in Ireland. He
    concluded by relating the particulars of an
    interview he had with the 'Grand Old
    Man' shortly before leaving England,
    and expressed hia firm conviction
    that triumph would crown the work of
    Parnell and his party in the immediate future.
    The toast of the 'National Movement' wae
    then proposed by a member of the League,
    and responded to by the Rev. Mr. Rorke, ia
    a speech of deep feeling and eloquence. Mr,
    Whelan then gave the ' Ladies' in Me
    witty and humorous manner. The hesltl
    of the ' Host,' Mr. McConville, was ther
    proposed by Archdeacon Russell, and heartilj
    responded to with three time three and
    musical honours, Mr. McConville suit
    ably responded. Before leaving the charm
    ing scene the Rev. F. Jorgensen delivered t
    stirring address on the Home Rule cause,
    its justice, its equity, and its ultimate
    success. A start was then made for home
    which waa reached before 7 o'clock p.m.

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  51. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 14 August 1876 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.— On tho 11th August, at
    Bellevue, Bouth-terraee, the wife of HenryFix this text
    McConvUle, of a son

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  52. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 31 July 1891 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.-On the 30th July, at Edward
    street, Norwood, Edith Rose, the dearly belovedFix this text
    daughter of H. and A. McConville, of Avondale
    Station, aged 19. III. P.

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  53. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 31 July 1891 p 2 Family Notices
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    THE Friends of Mr. Hkniiv McConville are
    respectfully informed that the REMAINS of
    liis late DAUGHTER (Edith Rose) w'I be Removed
    from his Residence, Edward-street, Norwood, ToFix this text
    morrow (Saturday), at 2.30 p.m., for Interment in
    the Catholic Cemetety, West-terrace.
    x J. B. SIEBEBT, Undertaker, Gou.ger-street.
    fTVIE Friends of Pastor -J. Annorr are respect

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    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 26 August 1896 p 4 Family Notices
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    MCCO.NVILLE.-On tint 25lh August, at Avon
    dale Station, Annie, the dearly beloved wifo ofFix this text
    Ueiiry McConville, aged 62 yean-. R.I. P.
    SHERTDAN.-On the S2ndAu(-ust, at Barton

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    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 12 August 1869 p 2 Family Notices
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    STOCKS-McCONVILLE.-On the 5th August,
    at Willochra, by the Rev. John E. Palhuber,Fix this text
    Edwin Arthur Stocks, fourth son of the late Mr.
    Benjamin Stocks, of Manchester, England, to
    Sarah McConville, third daughter of Mr. James
    McConville, Ballynagarrick, County Down, Ireland.

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  56. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 7 September 1876 p 7 Article
    Abstract: ANTHONY.—On the 14th August, at Marlborough-street, College Park, the wife of H. S. Anthony, of a son. BALLANTYNE.—On the 27th august at 5765 words
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    McCONVILLE.-On the 11th August, at
    Bellevue, Bouth-terraee, the wife of HenryFix this text
    McConville, of a son.
    McHDGH.— On the 23rd August, the wife of
    Edward McHugh, Grace Plains, of a son.

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  57. NORTHERN DISTRICT LICENSING BENCH. CLARE : WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5. [Messrs. J. B. Shepherdson, S.M.(Chairman), W.L. Beare, and C. Kimber. J.P.'s.]
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 8 March 1879 p 1 Article
    Abstract: APPLICANTS FOB KEW PUBLIC-HOUSES. John Bond, Government Gams. Granted. Thomas Joseph Brown, Globe Hotel, Solomon Town. Granted. 1607 words
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    Henry McConville, Beltana Hotel, Beltana.Fix this text
    Leave to apply next quarter.

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  58. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 22 November 1876 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCOKVILLE.-0n the 18th November, at
    Bellevue, South-terrace, of water on the brain,Fix this text
    Cecil Charles, the infant son of Henry and Annie
    McConville, aged three months.

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  59. MAGISTRATES' COURT. PORT AUGUSTA: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. [Before Messrs. T. Burgoyne, J.P., and J.R. Goodiar, J.P.]
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 7 October 1870 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Alla[?] Christin, charged by Henry Mcconville with unlawfully absenting himself from his service, was committed for a month to gaol. PORT AUGUSTA: TU ... 620 words
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    All,','';,,- Clr'.f'i,, charged by Henry MoCon
    ville with unlawfully absenting himself from hisFix this text
    service, iva.- committed for a month to gaol.
    Pout Aui.usta: Tukspay. Septkmber 20.

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  60. THE ANGIPENA GOLD REEF TO THE EDITOR.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 22 November 1895 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Sir—As I have an interest in several claims at Angipera and my is well known in connection with gold-reefing there, I wish to state that I have no in ... 263 words
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    letter to editor mine dispute


    HENliV McCONVILLE.
    Avondale, Xovembi' 2'. j
    Litkmahy yociETiK.s.— On Mondav eveninft
    the wml'

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  61. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 9 July 1889 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE - SWIFT.-On the 24th June, at St.
    Joseph's Church, Willunga, by the Rev. Father
    Prendergast, H. J. McConviMe, third and only survivingFix this text
    son of Mr. Henry McConville, of Avondale Station
    Farina, to B. M. Swift, youngest daughter
    of Mr. James Swift, of Yatala, near Port Adelaid

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  62. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 25 November 1880 p 4 Family Notices
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    relation ship with marrtins

    ANDREWS-MARTIN-On the 23rd November,
    at the residence of the bride's uncle. Henry McConFix this text
    ville, 'Esq., of Mount North- West Station, by the Bev.
    Mark Delahunty, C C, Frederic Somerviilo Andrews,
    to Annie Jane Martin ; both of Farina

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  63. NORTHERN DISTRICT LICENSING BENCH. CLARE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 6 June 1878 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Present—Mr. Varley, S.M. (Presiding Magistrate) and Messrs. W. L. Beare and P. McNamara, J.P.'s. APPLICANTS FOR NEW PUBLICANS LICENSES. 326 words
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    Iliq license


    TANS TOR NEW HOUSES RECBIVHD.
    W. H. Banks, Orroroo.
    W. H. Bunks. Dongl

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  64. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS BIRTHS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 22 August 1893 p 3 Article
    Abstract: BROADBENT.—On the 10th August, at Wilcannia, N.S.W., the wife of E. Broadbent, of a daughter. CARR.—On the 11th August, at Glenloth House 978 words
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    MCCUX V1LLK —On the 18th August, at Hawker,
    thd wife of II. J. McConville, of Ancipeua Station,Fix this text
    of a daughter.

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  65. POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, JUNE 11. [Before Messrs. T. K. Pater, P.M., C. Kelly, and J. Roberts, J.P.'s]
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 12 June 1891 p 3 Article
    Abstract: John Kelly pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, but denied breaking a plate-glass window, valued at £8, belonging to the shop of Arthur E. Ware ... 1056 words
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    riotiuos behaviuor


    Henry McCanviUe, defended by Mr. P. M.
    Glynn, was charged with riotous behaviour,
    and rliRtiirhijiff 'PnlipB-n.'msf'ililA TCullv m t\\(\Fix this text
    execution of his duty in King WiUiani-street
    on June 10. The constable stated that defen
    dant behaved in a very riotous manner outside
    the Royal Exchange, shouting and interfering
    with the men removing the verandah by catch
    ing hold of one of the pillars. Witness re
    quested him to 'move on,' laid his hands
    on him, and _ he replied that he would
    stop there in spite of him. He had
    some drink in him, bub lie knew what
    he was about. A lai*ge crowd gathered.
    Cros3-examii?ed — McConville said that Messrs.
    Muirhead ought to be censured for removing
    an ornament to the city. After arresting him
    McCoiiTille threatened to strike him. Mr. Gal
    braith, the contractor, and a plain cloth's
    constable, assisted witness to remove defendant
    t~- the Police Station. Had learned since his
    arrest that McConvilie was a squatter, and
    had a character for benevolence. Thomas
    Galbraifch, contractor for the removal
    of the Stock Exchange verandah,
    corroborated the constable in some respects,
    but stated that McConville did not resist very
    much when arrested. Cross-examined— There
    had been an unusual crowd of gapers lookins
    on at the work of demolishing the verandah
    during the last few days. For the dofenco, it
    was argued, that, defendant had just come
    |from the country, and on bein' told to
    move on by the constable, who also laid bis
    hands on him, he became annoyed- but did not
    create a disturbance. He thought that allow
    ance might be made for defendant, who at tbe
    time was suffering fram mental anxiety o\vin*j
    to a family bereavement. Probably the fact
    that M-'Coriville was unused to the procedure
    of the constable on the Stook Exchange made
    him a little sensitive. Defendant stated thai
    he was talkinsr to a friend outeide the Ex
    change, and to his own krowledge he did not
    place his hand on the pillar. The
    constable came up and ' pushed him
    nearly into, the gutter,' and on
    witness remonstrating Kelly threatened to
    arrest him, and soon after did so. Mr. B.
    Miller stated that defendant said to him that
    it was a shame to remove the verandah. He
    started making a speech to tho crowd., who
    gathered round him. McConvilla talked in his
    ordinary voice, and did not shout at any time.
    Defendant was perfectly sober at tho time.
    The P.M. thought the case was proved before
    the evidence for the defence was called. They
    had on record that defendant was the cause of
    all the trouble there, and it had been proved
    that he had harangued the crowd. Constable
    Kelly was remarkable for hi3 peaceful disposi
    tion and his -?e3ire to discharge his unplea-:anfc
    and difficult duty, that of trying to keep the
    footpath clear. The fact that the veran
    dah was an ornament to the city had
    nothing to do with McConville, who wa3 not
    pecuniarily interested in the building. The
    necessity for BIcConville's removal had been
    clearly shown. Because defendant was a
    squatter there was no reason why he should
    not be treated as any other defendant on a
    similar charge, and he (Mr. Pater) would be
    unworthy of his position if he made a distinc
    tion. '(Deferdant — 'Hear, hear.') MeCon
    vil'e wa3 ordered to p?y 40s. and costs £1 for
    the riotous behaviour, and 10s. and costs for
    disturbing the constable in the execu
    tion of his duty. McConville then at
    tempted to address the Court, but was
    suppressed. He paid the fines.

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    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 22 December 1899 p 4 Family Notices
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    RELATIONSHIPS andrews n

    McDONALD.— In lovinc; remembrance of Mary
    McDonald, who, died on the 22nd December, 1SS8,Fix this text
    aged 61 years. ' R.I.P. Gone, but not forgotten.
    —Inserted by her affectionate daugiiter and niece,
    A. J. Andrews and Jennie McConville. .

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  67. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 16 May 1893 p 3 Family Notices
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    DAD sdeath and his sisters names


    McCONVILLE.— On the 27th March, at Ballyna-
    garrick, Gilford, County Down, Ireland, James
    McConville, father of H. McConville, Avondale, J.Fix this text
    McConville, Quorn, Mrs. R. E. McDonald, and Mrs.
    Stocks, Willochra, aged 87 years.

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  68. GLENELG GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 15 December 1882 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The annual distribution of prizes in connection with the Glenelg Grammar School was made by the Minister of Education (Hon. J. L. Parsons) in the Ins ... 1742 words
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    PRIZE-LIST.
    Gold medal (dust, J. C. Hamp; silver medal
    (junior examination), S. H. Prior (and writing-case),
    J. K. S. Davis, L. Seaboook, W. E. Hamp.Fix this text
    First Class.— Compulsory subjects, including Eng
    lish history, English grammar, geography, physical
    geography, English composition, dictation, reading,
    and elocution— 1st, A. King ; 2nd, Sherwood ; 3rd,
    E. J. Wheaton ; certificates, Powell, Hamilton, and
    McConville. Optional subjects (Greek, Latin, Ger
    man) — 1st, E. Hamilton, Greek. Mathematics
    (arithmetic, algebra, geometry)— 1st, A. King ; 2nd,
    Sherwood ; 3rd, Wheaton ; certificates, Hamilton,
    Powell, and McConville. Special— D. H^well, W.
    Howoli, J. M. Kirby.

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  69. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 18 June 1895 p 3 Family Notices
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    Son's wifes' father ???


    SWIFT.— On the 17th May, at tha Parit Hotel,
    Jnmea Swift, dearly baloved husband of Mary
    Swift, father of Mrs. H. J. McConville, of AageFix this text
    pena -tation, and John Swift, of Laura, aged fit
    years. A colonist of forty years. R. I. P.

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  70. UNCLAIMED LETTERS, MARCH 31, 1855.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 7 April 1855 p 3 Article
    Abstract: NOTE.—Parties applying at the Post Office for advertised letters are requested to state particularly the date of the list in which they may have obse ... 3070 words
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    Uncliamed letter for a Thos. McConville,

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  71. OUR TOWNSHIPS, FARMS, AND HOMESTEADS. SOUTHERN DISTRICT.—No. III.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 16 March 1892 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Opposite Mr. McMurtrie's is the Tarella vineyard and orchard, belonging to the Messrs. Malpas. Planting was started about four years ago Situated 2549 words
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    Subleasing land cause stir????/

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    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 2 September 1890 p 3 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.— On tlie 19th August, at Napier
    street, Yatala, the wife of Mr. H. J. McConville, ofFix this text
    Angipena Station, of a daughter.

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  73. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 21 March 1878 p 4 Article
    Abstract: PENOLA, steamer, 310 tons, F. P. Shewin, master, from Melbourne, via the outports. George Young, agent. Passengers—Messrs. S. Smith R. P. Robinson, M ... 1924 words
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    Mcconville 19b baels of wool

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  74. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 11 June 1895 p 3 Family Notices
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    tcphenson, ?ged 2 years and 5 months.
    SWlFf.-Onths 17th May, at Mia Paris Hotel,
    .Tames Swift, dearly belovsd husband of Mary
    Swift, fallur of Mrs. H. J. McConville, of AngeFix this text
    pena Station, und Khan iswift, of Laura, aged 54
    years. A colonist of 40 years. It. I. P.

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  75. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 4 August 1891 p 3 Family Notices
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    NVILLE. —On the 30th July, at Edward-Fix this text
    street, Norwood, Edith Rose, the dearly beloved
    daughter of H. and A. McConville, of Avondale
    Station, aged 19. R.I.P.

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  76. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 14 August 1869 p 4 Family Notices
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    Sister daughter gets married????


    STOCKS —McCONVILLE. —On the 5th August,
    at Willochra, by the Rev. John E. Palhuber,Fix this text
    Edwin Arthur Stocks, fourth son of the late Mr.
    Benjamin Stocks, of Manchester, England, to
    Sarah McConville, third daughter of Mr. James
    McConville, Ballynagarrick, County Down, Ireland.

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  77. MEETING IN REFERENCE TO RAILWAY EXTENSION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 15 December 1874 p 6 Article
    Abstract: A meeting was held on Monday, December 14, at White's Arbitration Room, convened by the following circular:—"Adelaide, December 11, 1874.—Sir—You are ... 2845 words
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    partcipation in


    MEETING IN REFERENCE TO RAILWAY
    EXTENSION.
    A meeting was held on Monday, December 14,
    at White's Arbitration Room, convened by the
    following circular:— ' Adelaide, December 11,
    1874.— Sir— You are herebv reaueeted to attend
    a preliminary meeting of gentlemen favourable
    to the promotion of the following object', in
    connection with improved railway communica
    tion with the interior of the colony:— A railway
    from Port Augusta northwards for about 200Fix this text
    miles; the best line of railway to the Murray; an
    extension of the Burra line to the Northern
    Areas. The meeting will be held at White's
    Arbitration Room on Monday, 14th instant3 at 3
    p.m.; and any gentlemen favourab

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  78. HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 18 March 1889 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The usual monthly meeting of the Adelaide Branch of the Irish National League, helo at Jackman's Rooms on Monday evening, March 4. was largely attend ... 2629 words
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    IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE


    — ' That a committee be formed to carry
    out the firsfc resolution, to consist of theFix this text
    Hon. J. V. O'Loghlinj M.L.C , P. Mc

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  79. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ADELAIDE OBSERVATORY.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 14 October 1875 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Longitude; 9h. 14m. 21s. 3 East; Latitude, 34° 55' 33° S. TIME BALL.—October 13, Ball dropped at 1h. 0m. 0s., corresponding to October 12, 15h 2922 words
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  80. OUR ESTATE FAR NORTH. NO. III.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 28 October 1899 p 9 Article
    Abstract: In the old coaching days, before the iron horse ran so far northwards, and before the survey of the town bad taken place, the locality surroundings t ... 2141 words
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    Miss MCCONVILLE MENTIONED

    Leigh's Creek, and Wor
    turpa. A Government school, presided over
    by' Mr. L. Grower, provides for the educaFix this text
    tion of the children, of whom there are 61
    en the roll. The population is about 220,
    and in addition .«ome Afghans occasionally
    make their quartern here. The oldest re
    sidents ore Mrs. Stanford, Miss McCon
    ville, Mr. Andrew Craig, and Mr. John
    Poig. some of them having been here 20
    years. The Inaamincka trade goes from

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  81. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 11 May 1878 p 2 Advertising
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    Builds a pub


    NOTICE.— Pursuant to Clause 8 of the
    Licensed Victuallers Amendment Act,
    No. 68 of 1S77, I HENRY McCONVILLE, of
    Mount Nor- West, do hereby give notice thatFix this text
    I did on Tuesday, the 6th day of May, 1678.
    DEPOSir with the Clerk of the Northern
    District Licensing Bench at Glare PLAN of an
    HOTEL to be erected by me at BELTANA, and
    for which I intend in due course to apply for a
    Publican's Licence.
    Dated at Adelaide this 7th day of May, 1S78.
    129 31v38 HENRY McCONVILLE.

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  82. GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 21 November 1873 p 7 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Buys land


    Totvnship Allotments.
    Upset price, £10 per Acre.
    Township of Beltana (129 miles from
    Port Augusta, along the NorthernFix this text
    Railway), County not named, Hun
    dred not named.
    1 0 1 27 Thos.Marehall ... 4 9 (
    7 0 2 0 M. Stuckey ? 5 5 (
    10 0 1 37 Henry Martin ... 25 0 (
    11 0123 E McConville ... 15 5 (
    12 017 Ditto ? 17 0 (
    13 0 120 Ditto ? 16 5 (
    14 0 124 Ditto ? 17 5 (
    15 0 1 20 W. Reynoll ? 15 0 (
    16 0 1 30 H. McConville . . 9 0 C
    17 0 1 33 Ditto ? 15 15 c
    18 0 1 20 T. Marshal

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  83. ACQUITTALS OF PRISONERS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 8 October 1885 p 4 Article
    Abstract: We doubt very much whether Mr. Mann's report on the. acquittals of prisoners will satisfy either Mr. Tomkinson, who called for it, or the general 8913 words
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    A Hugh Mcconville does fullfill empolyment contract

    Hugh
    McConville were charged , at the
    Adelaide Police Court with neglect
    ing to fulfil - their contracts with
    Messrs.. Fulton

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  84. THE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 16 February 1867 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Annual Exhibition of the South Australian Agricultural and Horticultural Society ia always a matter of considerable importance. It is one of the ... 4234 words
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    Outrage bt the Blacks.— A letter from
    Moolooloo, under date February 10, says:
    ' Three mounted troopers want from the Blinman
    about a fortnight since to the north-went, to
    endeavour to arrest the blacks that committed an
    assault upon a shepherd in the employ ofFix this text
    McConville, sheepfarmer. near LakeWatherstone,
    the particulars of which I think appeared in your
    paper about three months ago. ? They, however,
    have returned unsuccessful, though the police went
    very cautiously to work; but the blacks suspected
    what was up, and being nisht at the time they

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  85. SHIPPING.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 19 April 1879 p 5 Article
    Abstract: NUMBER of INTERCOLONIAL ARRIVALS at and DEPARTURES from Port Adelaide between March 21 and April 19, both dates inclusive. ARRIVALS. 42. DEPARTURES. ... 4888 words
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    ,23 bales to england McConville, and Co. ; 23 do. do.,Fix this text
    Tinline and Murray ; 41 do. do.. Grant and Stokes :

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  86. DISTRICT OF FROME MEETING AT ORROROO.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 1 April 1884 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Notwithstanding inclement weather there was a large meeting at the Orroroo Institute on Friday night, March 28, to hear the candidates for Frome. Mr. ... 8050 words
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    Involved in local politics

    DISTRICT OF FROMtf.
    MEETING AT OEROEOO.
    JNotwitnstanding inclement weather there
    i was a large meeting at the Orroroo Institute
    'on. Friday night. March 28, to (hear the
    ' candidates for Frome. Mr. G. Degenhardt
    presided, ana Messrs. £. Ward, Uopley,
    Giles, J. Aitcheson, and McConvilleJoccupied
    seats on the platform.

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  87. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 9 May 1878 p 2 Advertising
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    No. 68 of 1877, I HENRY McOONVILLE, of
    Mount Nor-West, do hereby give notice that
    I did on Tuesday, the 6th day of May, 1878,
    DEPOSIT with the Clerk of the Northern
    District Licensing Bench at Clare PLAN of an
    HOTEL to be erected by me at BELTANA, andFix this text
    for which I intend in due course to apply for a
    Publican's Licence.
    Dated at Adelaide this 7th day of May, 1S7S.
    129-31v38 HENRY McCONVILLE.
    NOTICE.— Pursuant to Clause 8 of the

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  88. PUBLIC SCHOOLS EXHIBITION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 5 November 1887 p 7 Article
    Abstract: It repeatedly been urged that the great defect of our national system of education is the absence of any technical teaching, and while it must be adm ... 7726 words
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    James conville in school exhibition Home Work.— Judges— Messrs. Hartley, Madley,
    and Scott. Third Class—43., Christina Muller,Fix this text
    North Adelaide ; M. Marshall, Qaorn ; 33., James
    McConville,

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  89. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 21 February 1891 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Western Australia is in the midst of a constitutional struggle that bids fair to be both fierce and prolonged. These difficulties appear to occur in ... 5651 words
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    Thb Adelaide Cup. — On Friday morning
    the Hon. R. C Baker, M.L.C., introduced a
    deputation to the Chief Secretary (Sir JVC.
    Bray) from the committee of the S.A.J.C.,
    asking that a public holiday might be declared
    on April 16, the day upon which the Adelaide
    Cup will be run. It) was pointed out that
    there are only three big days* racing in Ade
    laide — the Onkaparinga Cup, the Birthday
    Cup, and the Adelaide Cup days. The last
    named race, which was for the biggest stake
    in South Australia, there being £1,000 added
    money, was the only one of the three not
    held on a public holiday. In 'the other
    colonies a holiday waa always declared
    for the Cup. Mr. Baker hoped that large
    crowds would be attracted in the future to
    South Australia by the racing. The Chief
    Secretary, {in reply, agreed that the Govern
    ment should do everything to facilitate the
    public convenience. The question of making
    any particular day a public holiday must be
    carefully considered. He would consult his
    colleagues 'in reference to the matter, and if
    they consider that it would meet the wishes of
    the public, they would set apart the day.
    A reply would be sent shortly to the
    Secretary of the S.A.J.C. (Mr. Whitington).
    Excursion Fares on St. Patrick's Day.
    — A deputation consisting of the Hon. J. V.
    O'Loghlin, and Messrs. P. McM. Glynn, P.
    Dooley, J.P., and H. McConville waited upon
    the Chairman of Railway Commissioners on
    Friday afternoon asking

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  90. SANITARY MATTERS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 18 February 1886 p 4 Article
    Abstract: We notice with very great pleasure that the Central Board of Health have taken up energetically the possible cause of the spread of infection to whic ... 9577 words
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    DEad body on property Discovery of Human REMAni^-The
    Commissioner of Police has' received a
    letter from M.C. Catchlove, dated Farina,
    February 13, stating :t-' Ihat on the 9th
    inet, while mustering sheep in the Leslie's
    Wells paddock, ion the Mount Lyndhurst
    Run, Mr. ,H. McConville found the remains
    of a dead hbfse,: with a saddle a few yards
    from it, with' water-bag attached, and about
    4 miles farther, north came across the, re
    mains of . a man in the same paddock and
    about 16 miles west of the Mount Lyndhurst
    Station. Hearing this I proceeded there on the
    following morning and found the remains of
    a man. . The bones were separated, and
    were quite white. from exposure, the head
    lying west and facing south, and about 18
    miks south-east of Farina. The skull was
    quite sound, the right leg extended, and the
    left one drawn up and lying over it. The
    deceased was dressed in a brigantine shirt,
    white moleskin trousers, blucher boots,
    white socks; and soft felt half Yankee black
    hat. 'I removed ' the bones, and found
    :embedded; in the ground a 'pair; of
    Bpurs, almost eaten away' with : iust,
    acd in the pocket, which was embedded:
    in the ground, I found two half-sticks of
    tobacco, half a crown, some matches, and a
    leather 'pn'rlJerwhicE' was hard and brittle,
    and on breaking it open with a knife I found
    a dog register ticket and an old bill,
    very much discoloured, but both bearing
    the. name William. Murray, and dated .1880,
    beylea*' when. Murray was m'ssed'oif IasF
    leen. The bill wgsmade out at Moolooloa,
    ind the dog ticb'et was. issued at Blinman.
    [ also found, a few yards frptn the remains, -
    ialf a : bridle ? and. - saddle strap,
    ?rom the appearance of the remains
    [ should think they had been lying
    ihere a number of years, and from the
    itnation I feel almost confident that deceased
    lied from want of water. I then went
    ;hrpngh the ranges about 4 miles south
    -f where the body was found, and saw the
    remains of the horse and saddle, and from the
    ippearanceof the bones should think that the
    iorseperishedaboatthe8ametime as the man.
    The saddle, water-bag, and leather spandell
    rirth all quite useless and rotten. I would
    Jso beg to mention that I buried the remains
    where they were found, and reported the
    particulars to Mr;:J-D. Lawlor, J.P., who
    ^ve the usnal certificate tor burying.'

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  91. THE CHINESE IN AUSTRALIA.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 8 May 1889 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Just a year ago Australia was agitated by that extraordinary anti-Chinese panic under whose influence even steady-going politicians became temporaril ... 7772 words
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    Thx Irish Naiiohal Lrague.— The usual
    monthly meeting wbb held in Jackman's
    Dining-rooms on Monday evening, May 6.
    There was a large attendance, and Mr. W.
    Dixon, Vice-President, presided.- Letters
    wtxe receive! from various country branches
    both in the North and South, soliciting
    viBitB from the Irish delegates, and promising
    assistance for the cause. The Secretary of the
    Cambrian Society wrote thanking the LJagu ?
    for electing their President an non/membe;
    of the National League. Several letter/
    were also received from Bympatbizora en
    doshig donations, one being from Cooper1
    Creek and another from an Orangeman in
    Western Australia, the announcement o£
    whose donation of a guinea, brought forth
    cheers. Several new members were elected.
    She Secretary (Mr. P. Whelan) gave an
    account of his visit to the North in company
    with Mr. McConville to arrange meetings for
    Sir Thomas Esmonde and Mr. Deasy. Exten
    sive preparations -had been made in the
    North for receiving the delegates, but the
    MlX.faJni WP* tjl tJ^wsiiiaameBM. t
    MrvW|ft|M|j. ^wjyery f tot^d- Vb.O-to;hsd '
    ainsa seen Mi. Peasy in Melb_oume, AQ(3ha-
    had promised, ^return, to S^ath Australia, »
    and hold, meeting^ 1 in all the leading centres.
    The Treasurer stated that, the fond a in. h»ad
    amounted to about; £150, exclusive o( the
    proceeds of Mr, Dillon's lecture, which. were
    £153. It was decided to send a d

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  92. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 22 August 1874 p 8 Advertising
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  93. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 6 July 1881 p 2 Advertising
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    Inherits henry nartins stuff


    ssid Province, and of whose personal estate
    and effects Probata was granted by the Sapreae
    Court of South Australia on the 30th day of
    Jane, oca thousand eight hundred and
    eighty-one, to Henry MoOonville, of MountFix this text
    North- West Station, in the said Province, and
    Mary Martin, of Adelaide aforesaid, widow, the
    Executors named in and appointed by the last
    Will and Testament ef the said deceased, are
    hereby required to SEND in FULL PAR
    TICULARS and proofs of their CLAIU3 or
    Demands upon the Estate of tbe said deceased
    to the said Henry McOonville and Mary Martin,
    at the Office of their Solicitor, Alfred Bonnin, j
    of Waymouth- street, Adelaide, aforesaid, on or
    before the 7th day of October, 1881, or in de
    fanlt thereof the said Henry McConville and
    Mary Martin will, at the expiration of that time,
    proceed to Administer the Estate and distribute j
    tbe Assets of the said deceased among the
    patties entitled thereto having regard ouly to
    the Claims and Demands of which they shall
    then have had notice.
    Dated this 6th day of Jaly, 18S1.

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  94. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 25 March 1884 p 1 Advertising
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    Excepts nomination

    TIO THE ELECTORS OF THE
    DISTRICT OF FROME.
    Gentlemen— I have much pleasure in acceding to
    yonr request to be Nominated as a Candidate for
    your District, and if elected I shall use my best
    ' endeavours to merit the confidence yon have placed
    in me; and I will take an early opportunity of ex
    plaining my views on all the principal political
    questions likely to occupy the attention of the en
    suing Parliament. I again thank yon sincerely for
    the kind expressions contained in your Requisition,
    and have the honour to remain,
    Your obedient servant,
    HENRY McCONVILLE.
    March U, 1884. xv
    I Have much pleasure in giving notice
    that it 13 my intention of VISITING the
    -various parts of the DIhTBICT of FROME on the
    same dates and at the same time as mentioned by
    the other Candidates in Chronicle March 22.
    ? xv ? HARRY McCONVILLE.

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  95. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 3 September 1868 p 4 Advertising
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    Sells mt scot station

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  96. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 29 November 1887 p 2 Advertising
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  97. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 27 November 1880 p 2 Family Notices
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    Martin marriage

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  98. ST. MARY'S DOMINICAN CONVENT.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 12 December 1883 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The annual distribution of prizes to the pupils attending the advanced school of the Dominican Nuns, Franklin-street, took place oh Thursday, Decembe ... 945 words
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    Henry, McConville, wins prize at convent

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  99. SHIPPING
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 23 March 1878 p 6 Article
    Abstract: NUMBER of INTERCOLONIAL ARRIVALS at and DEPARTURES from Port Adelaide between February 22 and March 22, both dates inclusive. Arrivals, 33. Departure ... 3383 words
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    19 bales

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  100. RAILWAYS. RAILWAY EXTENSION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 2 January 1875 p 1 Article
    Abstract: The character of the movement initiated at the meeting at White's Rooms, which we report below, is as novel as its objects are legitimate and praisew ... 2428 words
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    Henry and the railways

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  101. THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 16.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 17 June 1892 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The SPEAKER (Hon. J. Coles) took the chair at 2 o'clock. PERSONAL EXPLANATION. The Hon. A. CATT said that on the previous 32879 words
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    Subletting of lands debacle

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  102. ANALYSIS OF COMPLAINTS (with corroborative evidence).
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 30 July 1884 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Against Attendant Heley it was alleged that he broke patient McConville's rib in scuffle; was censured by Mr. Cavenagh and Dr. Paterson. Allowed pati ... 1673 words
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    Lunancy inquiry

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  103. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. Port Augusta: Tuesday, July 13. [Beforo His Honor Mr. Justice Bundey and Juries.] ATTEMPTED MURDER BT NATIVES.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 16 July 1897 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Koonca and Wonjirckera, aboriginal natives, were charged with having attempted to murder Charles Beattie, stockowner, on March I! last, at Glen Helen ... 1186 words
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  104. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 12 May 1893 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVILLE.— On the 27th March, at Ballyna- garrick, Gilford, County Down, Ireland, JamesFix this text McConville, father of H. McConville, Avondale, J. McConville, Quorn, Mrs. R. E. McDonald, and Mrs. Stocks, Willochra, aged 87 years .

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  105. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 21 August 1893 p 4 Family Notices
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    McCONVTLLE — On the ISth Aupusfc, at Hawker the wife of H. J. McConville, of Anijipena Station,Fix this text of arianahter. HOLD EN.— On the 19th

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  106. THE ROBE LIBEL CASE. ANONYMOUS LETTERS. PLAINTIFF AWARDED £200.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 24 April 1912 p 9 Article
    Abstract: His Honor the Chief Justice delivered his reserved judgment in the Supreme Court on Tuesday in the case in which Miss Magdcine Ann McConville, of Rob ... 1117 words
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    THE EOBE LIBEL CASE.Fix this text
    VXO.VÏMOCS LETTEPuS.
    PLAINTIFF AWARDED

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  107. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 15 October 1855 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Saturday, October 13—The barque America, 470 tons, Leeman, master, from Hartlepool July 2. Patent Copper Company, agents. Same day—The ship Norna, 39 ... 3793 words
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    Article text, suitable for copy and pasteSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    ARRIVED.

    Saturday , October 13— The barque America, 470 tons, Leeman, master, from Harlepool July 2. Patent Copper Company, agents. Same day— The ship Norna. 392 tons. John G. Ray,

    master, from London June 21, Gravesend June 28. Black and Wright, agents. Passengers— Messrs. Morley, Hood, and Dewdney, in the cabin. Same day— Ths ship Yenikale, 537 tons, J. Pearson, master, from Calcutta July 20. No passengers. Same day— The ship Bucephalus, 1136 tons, J. Betts Thomson, master, from Liverpool July 7. Elder and Co, agents. Mr. J. Baird, Surgeon-Superintendent. Government emigrants: Married couples and their families - John, Margaret, Catherine, and Anne Baker, Henry and Mary Bethel, William, Margaret, James, Jane, and Margaret Carter. Dennis, and Julia Carroll, John, Margaret, Jane, and Thomas Cameron, Daniel and Ann Clarke, Henry, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, and Henry Gaskell, William, Martha, and Samson Geary, Elizabeth and Harriet Harris, Patrick, Honor, and James Hogan, Thomas and Eliza McCawley, James and Ellen McSorley, Henry and Ann McConville, William

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  108. Fractured Skull
    News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954) Monday 4 July 1927 p 12 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Henry McConville, of Prospect, who was admitted to Adelaide Hospital on Saturday evening, suffering with a fractured skull, is progressing favora ... 39 words
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    Cracked skull for henry ????

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