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TAROOM WEDDING. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Tuesday 9 December 1913 [Issue No.601] page 6 2020-01-15 00:37 [?]
ANcry-protty/wendingwnpSceipnat-
td '-nt; tM -,t Anitlicati qhurch,:' Taroom/
os Thiirsday jari', ; , iyhen /'Mi6s- tdy '. . "//
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. also carried a boquet of white, gtjpek
-gold r-endpnt hrooch, si in/yiihiesand " '. :
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uster 9 the, bride wore whjte
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TAROOM WEDDING.
A very pretty wedding was celebrat-
ed at the Anglican Church, Taroom
on Thursday last, when Miss Lily
Williams, third daughter of Mr. Wil-
liam Williams, of "Mountain
View," was married to Mr.
Sydney Clarke, second son
of Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke, proprietress
of the Taroom Hotel. The Rev. Mr.
Hodges, of the Charleville Brother-
hood performed the ceremony. The
bride who was given away by her
father wore a charming gown of
crepe de chine over messoline silk, fin-
ished with silk and pearls, and wear-
ing the customary wreath and veil. She
also carried a boquet of white, sweet
peas and asparagus ferns, and wore a
gold pendant brooch, set in rubies and
pearls the gift of the bridegroom.
The bridesmaid, Miss Annie Williams,
sister of the bride wore a white Ang-
laise frock, relieved with blue crepe
de chine hat, with vieux rose roses
book, the gift of the gift of the bridegroom.
Advertising (Advertising), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Saturday 25 October 1902 [Issue No.2451] page 3 2019-12-23 01:03 X>r.
Returned to Soma.
fflaranoa Royal Arch (Chapter,
" 247 S.G.

; mHB ANNUAL INSTALLATION of
1 JL - OFFICERS will take place at the
I Masonic Ball, Hawthorne-street, Rorca,
on WEDNESDAY, 29th inataot, at ?.90
Yiaiting OompanioDB cordially invited.
JBy order of the M.B Z.
JOHN TRAPPETT, Scribe IJ.
District of Roma, acting nnder "The
Licensing Act of 1885." *.
I FREDERICK KABLE, being the holder
j of a Licensed Victualler's Lioense nnder
the said Act,' for the premiaes bnown as
" THE TAROOM HOTEL," aod sitoate at
tfae next. Monthly Mooting of the: said
< Licensing Authority, to be held on the 3rd
eaid License to ELIZABETH CLARKE, of
FRED. SABLE.
give notioe that it is my intention to apply
that anoh transfer may be granted to me. I
children. I have held a lioense before for
the said Taroom Hotel abont the end of 1899-.
Applio&nt.
Dr. SHEAF
Returned to Roma.
Maranoa Royal Arch Chapter,
247 S.C.

THE ANNUAL INSTALLATION of
OFFICERS will take place at the
Masonic Ball, Hawthorne-street, Roma,
on WEDNESDAY, 29th inataot, at 7.30
Visiting Companions cordially invited.
By order of the M.B Z.
JOHN TRAPPETT, Scribe E.
District of Roma, acting under "The
Licensing Act of 1885."
I, FREDERICK KABLE, being the holder
of a Licensed Victualler's License under
the said Act, for the premises known as
" THE TAROOM HOTEL," and situate at
the next Monthly Meeting of the said
Licensing Authority, to be held on the 3rd
said License to ELIZABETH CLARKE, of
FRED. KABLE.
give notice that it is my intention to apply
that such transfer may be granted to me. I
children. I have held a license before for
the said Taroom Hotel abont the end of 1899
Applicant.
FIRE AT TAROOM. THE TAROOM HOTEL DBSTROYED. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) TAROOM, August 28. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 6 September 1902 [Issue No.1398] page 509 2019-12-23 00:53 THE TAROOM HOTEL DBSTROYED.
alarm was raised, and the police and will-<*>
building was burnt to the ground in an.
tour. A strong wind was blowing at the
time, and Messrs. Bayard's stores, MY.
{Hoathwood's stores, and Mr. Gatehouse*'*
burned, as the flame? reached nearly across
tut willing hands were on the roof, with
-water, and kept the fire down. Had the
(Kind changed nothing would have flared.
Sir.. Becker's shop and residence. Great
for the way In which they worked. Ser
the flre is unknown. The property is sup
posed to fee insured in the Imperial Fire
Insurance Company. Mi*. Charles Clarke
Is the owner of the property, and Mr.
Frederick Kable has had It leased for
•bout two and a-half years.
THE TAROOM HOTEL DESTROYED.
alarm was raised, and the police and will-
building was burnt to the ground in an
hour. A strong wind was blowing at the
time, and Messrs. Bayard's stores, Mr.
Heathwood's stores, and Mr. Gatehouse's
burned, as the flames reached nearly across
but willing hands were on the roof, with
water, and kept the fire down. Had the
wind changed nothing would have saved
Mr. Becker's shop and residence. Great
for the way In which they worked. Ser-
the fire is unknown. The property is sup-
posed to be insured in the Imperial Fire
Insurance Company. Mr. Charles Clarke
is the owner of the property, and Mr.
Frederick Kable has had it leased for
about two and a-half years.
Advertising (Advertising), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Wednesday 9 April 1902 page 3 2019-12-23 00:49 -Graham, .Henry
Hennesseyv Thomas
loaned John Alfred i
Kabl^James Charlton
Martin, Michael;-Joeeph
Mort6o,:'Aubrey.Robert
IWoOTe^S^muel •: ,
,Mun^T^Jt)hn " ' . /
Phillip,-Thomas . '• •
Searle,. George ~,
Graham, Henry
Hennessey, Thomas
Imrie, John Alfred
Kable, James Charlton
Martin, Michael Joseph
Morton, Aubrey Robert
Moore, Samuel
Munt, John
Phillips, Thomas
Searle, George
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Monday 6 November 1911 [Issue No.10123] page 8 2019-12-19 00:34 surras, marriages, deaths.
Mexnoriam and Return Thank Notices.
Poetry, Cd a Hoe extra.
These Notices cnust be endorsed by some responsible
penon before they can be inserted.
the dearly loved daughter of Jtur.cs and Jennie Black-
stock, Kelvin Ilaugit, l'addington-filreet, Partdington,
Thy will be done,
BIICOK9.— At Killarney, on October 29, 19U, William
llcnry Brooks, aged 73 years. "Beloved by all who
CLAKKE.— November 3, at Thomleigh, Charles, beloved
hutband of Elbe Clarke, late of "Vcovil," Kern-street,
Randwick. American and New Zealand papeis please
EVANS.— November 6, 1911, at hia late residence, Spen-
ocr-rd., Mosman, the dearly beloved husband of Mary
Chandler Evans, aged CO years.
EVANS,— November 5, 19U, at his late residence, Spen-
ccr-rd., Bosnian, Thomas Evans, the dearly beloved
Nest, and Mrs. J. II. Ringwood, of Ktrctut, Crcraornc;
aged CO years.
LEKDER.— On . the 3rd in$t., at her late rciddencc,
Clarcville-av., Sandringliam, Flora Isabel, the beloved
wife of William Frederic Lccdcr, and daughter of the
late William lteid Fletcher, Oatley, and mother of R.
A. Lccder, Tan.
Great Buckingham-street, Hed/ern, Mildred, beloved
daughter of William llcnry and Lydia Lloyd. By re
McAULIFFE. — November 4, 1911, at Evclcigh Railway
discharge of his duties, Patrick Joseph McAtiliiTc, aged
PALMER,— November 5, at Mlnto, Alice A., dearly be
loved daughter of George and Sarah Palmer, 290
ItEPMAYNE, JOSEPH. — November 3, 1011, at his son's
residence, "Royston," Joseph-street, Aihficld, beloved
husband of Miriam Rodmayne, in his Slst year. Mel
GREEN.'— In sad but loving memory of my dear wife,
.Annie Amelia Green, who departed this life November
and eon-in-Iaw, Annie and Will Durham, and grand
JOBB1NS.— 1 Tribute of love to the memory of our dear
father, who died at his residence, Jliflcrcst, Unwin
Bridge-road, St. Peter?, Noveml»cr 6, 1910. Inserted
T1ERNEY,— In loving memory of our little daghtcr and
sister. Ens, who died in Lithgow Hospital, November
4, 1909, from scalds accidentally received.— inserted
by her lcving father and mother and sisters ltosc,
There's none con fill our Ena's place.
Blanche, who departed this life, November 0, 1003. In
serted by her loving father and mother, It. and M.
Mrs. D. KEITH and Mr. II. KEITH, of lllawarra-road,
to tbeir many kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams,
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
Memoriam and Return Thank Notices.
Poetry, 6d a line extra.
These Notices must be endorsed by some responsible
person before they can be inserted.
the dearly loved daughter of James and Jennie Black-
stock, Kelvin Haugh, Paddington-street, Parddington,
Thy will be done.
BROOKS.— At Killarney, on October 29, 1911, William
Henry Brooks, aged 73 years. "Beloved by all who
CLARKE.— November 3, at Thornleigh, Charles, beloved
husband of Effie Clarke, late of "Yeovil," Fern-street,
Randwick. American and New Zealand papers please
EVANS.— November 6, 1911, at his late residence, Spen-
cer-rd., Mosman, the dearly beloved husband of Mary
Chandler Evans, aged 66 years.
EVANS,— November 5, 1911, at his late residence, Spen-
cer-rd., Bosnian, Thomas Evans, the dearly beloved
Nest, and Mrs. J. H. Ringwood, of Etretat, Cremorne;
aged 66 years.
LEEDER.— On the 3rd inst., at her late residence,
Clareville-av., Sandringham, Flora Isabel, the beloved
wife of William Frederic Leeder, and daughter of the
late William Reid Fletcher, Oatley, and mother of R.
A. Leeder, Yass.
Great Buckingham-street, Redfern, Mildred, beloved
daughter of William Henry and Lydia Lloyd. By re-
McAULIFFE. — November 4, 1911, at Eveleigh Railway
discharge of his duties, Patrick Joseph McAuliffe, aged
PALMER,— November 5, at Minto, Alice A., dearly be-
loved daughter of George and Sarah Palmer, 100
REDMAYNE, JOSEPH. — November 3, 1011, at his son's
residence, "Royston," Joseph-street, Ashfield, beloved
husband of Miriam Redmayne, in his 81st year. Mel-
GREEN.— In sad but loving memory of my dear wife,
Annie Amelia Green, who departed this life November
and son-in-Iaw, Annie and Will Durham, and grand-
JOBBINS.—Tribute of love to the memory of our dear
father, who died at his residence, Hillcrest, Unwin
Bridge-road, St. Peters, November 6, 1910. Inserted
TIERNEY,— In loving memory of our little daughter and
sister. Ena, who died in Lithgow Hospital, November
4, 1909, from scalds accidentally received.— Inserted
by her loving father and mother and sisters Rose,
There's none can fill our Ena's place.
Blanche, who departed this life, November 6, 1903. In-
serted by her loving father and mother, R. and M.
Mrs. D. KEITH and Mr. H. KEITH, of lllawarra-road,
to their many kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 10 March 1892 [Issue No.16,838] page 10 2019-11-30 01:19 THE FRIENDS of JOHN,HENRY and
THC TEirNDS of CHARLES nuil ELIZABETH
CLARKE, nio rospectf illa inaitol to ittcnl tie
runeral if then lcirl*. leloaol I) VLGHT1 1 1 lrr neo
rii/ftbeta to move fron £lim Cutt xg Vltnnl^a íctst
Ashfield lids (Tliursd 15 ) Vftomoon a quirt i past tor
Hook« ood Cemetery PROI-LEV nn I CO ira lcrtnkers
THE FRIENDS of JOHN, HENRY and

Wilson to move from her Brother Robert's residence 222
NOON at half past 1 for Rookwood. H. MASON, Jun.
THE FRIENDS of CHARLES and ELIZABETH
CLARKE, are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral of their dearly beloved DAUGHTER, Florence
Elizabeth ; to move from Elim Cottage, Alt and Comet sts.,
Ashfield, This (Thursday) Afternoon, at quarter past 2 for
Rookwood Cemetery. CROPLEY and CO., undertakers.

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