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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,699,481
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,132
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,206
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,804
6 John.F.Hall 2,779,623

3,201,206 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 49,986
July 2019 73,002
June 2019 57,279
May 2019 54,902
April 2019 50,005
March 2019 74,802
February 2019 76,084
January 2019 62,252
December 2018 70,748
November 2018 20,965
October 2018 61,295
September 2018 28,146
August 2018 56,507
July 2018 42,618
June 2018 43,400
May 2018 39,966
April 2018 51,417
March 2018 62,749
February 2018 51,803
January 2018 56,471
December 2017 55,575
November 2017 54,629
October 2017 72,571
September 2017 42,848
August 2017 87,638
July 2017 84,022
June 2017 26,150
May 2017 59,535
April 2017 23,047
March 2017 71,180
February 2017 46,202
January 2017 83,234
December 2016 72,003
November 2016 114,746
October 2016 108,452
September 2016 87,464
August 2016 67,384
July 2016 53,330
June 2016 50,435
May 2016 36,774
April 2016 162,557
March 2016 57,047
February 2016 39,009
January 2016 48,058
December 2015 42,897
November 2015 24,193
October 2015 35,415
September 2015 16,931
August 2015 10,873
July 2015 9,267
June 2015 42,471
May 2015 24,240
April 2015 17,304
March 2015 16,933
February 2015 26,829
January 2015 43,150
December 2014 36,503
November 2014 37,678
October 2014 17,780
September 2014 4,413
August 2014 2,565
July 2014 1,232
June 2014 870
May 2014 861
April 2014 1,394
March 2014 1,880
February 2014 1,943
January 2014 3,241
December 2013 4,912
November 2013 3,555
October 2013 2,233
September 2013 2,136
August 2013 1,802
July 2013 1,716
June 2013 2,012
May 2013 181
April 2013 1,482
March 2013 1,663
February 2013 1,261
January 2013 2,609
December 2012 3,070
November 2012 2,254
October 2012 2,423
September 2012 729
August 2012 2,191
July 2012 3,077
June 2012 1,401
May 2012 545
April 2012 1,227
March 2012 3,229
February 2012 3,774
January 2012 4,596
December 2011 3,978
November 2011 2,731
October 2011 1,776
September 2011 944
August 2011 1,789
July 2011 3,097
June 2011 812
May 2011 70
April 2011 3,976
March 2011 5,445
February 2011 3,468
January 2011 3,803
December 2010 2,821
November 2010 2,236
October 2010 525
September 2010 507

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,699,297
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,003
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,185
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,791
6 John.F.Hall 2,779,611

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Corrections by month

August 2019 49,986
July 2019 73,002
June 2019 57,279
May 2019 54,902
April 2019 50,005
March 2019 74,802
February 2019 76,083
January 2019 62,252
December 2018 70,748
November 2018 20,964
October 2018 61,295
September 2018 28,146
August 2018 56,507
July 2018 42,618
June 2018 43,400
May 2018 39,966
April 2018 51,417
March 2018 62,732
February 2018 51,803
January 2018 56,471
December 2017 55,575
November 2017 54,629
October 2017 72,571
September 2017 42,848
August 2017 87,638
July 2017 84,022
June 2017 26,150
May 2017 59,535
April 2017 23,047
March 2017 71,180
February 2017 46,202
January 2017 83,232
December 2016 72,003
November 2016 114,746
October 2016 108,452
September 2016 87,464
August 2016 67,384
July 2016 53,330
June 2016 50,435
May 2016 36,774
April 2016 162,557
March 2016 57,047
February 2016 39,009
January 2016 48,058
December 2015 42,897
November 2015 24,193
October 2015 35,415
September 2015 16,931
August 2015 10,873
July 2015 9,267
June 2015 42,471
May 2015 24,240
April 2015 17,304
March 2015 16,933
February 2015 26,829
January 2015 43,150
December 2014 36,503
November 2014 37,678
October 2014 17,780
September 2014 4,413
August 2014 2,565
July 2014 1,232
June 2014 870
May 2014 861
April 2014 1,394
March 2014 1,880
February 2014 1,943
January 2014 3,241
December 2013 4,912
November 2013 3,555
October 2013 2,233
September 2013 2,136
August 2013 1,802
July 2013 1,716
June 2013 2,012
May 2013 181
April 2013 1,482
March 2013 1,663
February 2013 1,261
January 2013 2,609
December 2012 3,070
November 2012 2,254
October 2012 2,423
September 2012 729
August 2012 2,191
July 2012 3,077
June 2012 1,401
May 2012 545
April 2012 1,227
March 2012 3,229
February 2012 3,774
January 2012 4,596
December 2011 3,978
November 2011 2,731
October 2011 1,776
September 2011 944
August 2011 1,789
July 2011 3,097
June 2011 812
May 2011 70
April 2011 3,976
March 2011 5,445
February 2011 3,468
January 2011 3,803
December 2010 2,821
November 2010 2,236
October 2010 525
September 2010 507

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 299,678
2 PhilThomas 121,002
3 mickbrook 106,370
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 42,012
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1125 colinbeveridge 21
1126 dasha 21
1127 davismoore 21
1128 DonnaTelfer 21
1129 ForkNTalk 21
1130 glenn.miller 21

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February 2019 1
November 2018 1
March 2018 17
January 2017 2


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Advertising (Advertising), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 2 September 1907 [Issue No.10,855] page 8 2019-08-19 07:41 ' . CENTRAL DISTRICT..
Name ot Deceased Proprietor.— Cornelius
Drew," into ' of Rockhampton.
Date of Deathi— June 17, 1007.
of 't-lic samo place, widow oi deceased.
Subdivisions 3d and 41 ot portion S3,
county of Livingstone, parish of Rock
hampton. . '
Estate, Claimed to ho Transmit bod.—
Life estate. . \
Particulars of Will or ' Otherwise.—
Wili- ilated February' II. 1892.
Date within which Caveat may he
-Lodgod.-OCbobcr. 7, 1007. " .
' Name of Dccoascd Proprietor.— Cornelius
Date of Death.— Jime 17, 1907.
the same place; .
Subdivisions 39 and 41 ot portion 82.
county of Livingstone, parish of Rock
Estate Claimed to ho Transmitted. —
Fee-simple iii .remainder.
"Particulars of Will or Otherwise.—
Will dated February 11. 1892.
"Date within which. Cavoat may bo
Lodged;— October 7, 1997.
' Name of Deceas'cii Proprietor.— Cornelius
Date ; of Death.— June 17, 1007.
' Name of Claimant.— Catharine Drew,
of the samo. place, widow of dccoascd.
. Description' and Situation -of Land.—
Subdivision 16 of portion ,86, and subdi
87, and subdivisions' 32, 35, and 36 ot
liortion 82, county ot Livingstone, parish
of llockiiampteu.
Estate Claimed to ho Transmitted.—
Will dated' February 11, 1892.
'.Date within which Caveat may he
. Name of Deceased Proprietor.— Kate
Avling, late of Emu Park, widoiv.
Name of Claimant.— George Meacliam,
of Longreach, merchant. -i
:: Description and Situation' of Land.—
Longtcacli ; allotment ' 14 of section 2,
town of Longrcaeli West ;. subdivision 1
Hcwittvillc ; and' subdivisions I anil 2 of
allotment 4 of section 50, town 01 Emu
-Park. 4 ,
- Estate Claimed lo lie Transmitted.—
. Fcc-simplc.
Will dated March . 10, 1905.
Date1 within which Caveat may. lo
Lodged.— October 16, 1!)0<7
NORTHERN DISTRICT. . .
CENTRAL DISTRICT.
Name of Deceased Proprietor.—Cornelius
Drew, late of Rockhampton.
Date of Death.—June 17, 1907.
of the same place, widow of deceased.
Subdivisions 39 and 41 of portion 82,
county of Livingstone, parish of Rock-
hampton.
Estate, Claimed to be Transmitted.—
Life estate.
Particulars of Will or Otherwise.—
Will dated February 11, 1892.
Date within which Caveat may be
Lodged.—October 7, 1907.
Name of Deceased Proprietor.—Cornelius
Date of Death.—June 17, 1907.
the same place.
Subdivisions 39 and 41 of portion 82,
county of Livingstone, parish of Rock-
Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.—
Fee-simple in remainder.
Particulars of Will or Otherwise.—
Will dated February 11, 1892.
Date within which Caveat may be
Lodged.—October 7, 1907.
Name of Deceased Proprietor.—Cornelius
Date of Death.— June 17, 1907.
of the same place, widow of deceased.
Description and Situation of Land.—
Subdivision 16 of portion 86, and subdi-
87, and subdivisions 32, 35, and 36 of
portion 82, county of Livingstone, parish
of Rockhampton
Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.—
Will dated February 11, 1892.
Date within which Caveat may he
Name of Deceased Proprietor.— Kate
Avling, late of Emu Park, widow.
Name of Claimant.—George Meacham,
of Longreach, merchant.
Description and Situation of Land.—
Longreach ; allotment 14 of section 2,
town of Longreach West ; subdivision 1
Hewittville ; and subdivisions 1 and 2 of
allotment 4 of section 50, town of Emu
Park.
Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.—
Fee-simple.
Will dated March 10, 1905.
Date within which Caveat may be
Lodged.—October 16, 1907.
NORTHERN DISTRICT.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 27 June 1908 [Issue No.26] page 15 2019-08-19 07:19 DEATHS
DEATH
KNIGHT.-On the 19th instant, at her
Knight. . Aged 38 years.
IN MEMORIAM
AHERN.- In loving memory of John
Engineer. who died at his residence, Rich-
SIMPSON.— In memory of my father, J: B.
mania June 26th, 1907. M. H. Simpson.
CAGNEY.-— In loving memory of our dear
CAGNEY.-— In loving memory of our dear
We dwell on the memory of the past that has been:
(Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law,
B. and R. Sutherland).
PARKER.- In sad and loving remem-
brance of our dear parents, .who depar-
ted this life, father in December, 1889;
There is a grave so faraway,
DEATHS.
DEATH.
KNIGHT.—On the 19th instant, at her
Knight. Aged 38 years.
IN MEMORIAM.
AHERN.—In loving memory of John
Engineer, who died at his residence, Rich-
SIMPSON.—In memory of my father, J. B.
mania, June 26th, 1907. M. H. Simpson.
has been;
in-law, B. and R. Sutherland).
PARKER.—In sad and loving remem-
brance of our dear parents, who depar-
ted this life, father in December, 1889 ;
There is a grave so far away,
Advertising (Advertising), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 18 June 1907 [Issue No.13,303] page 1 2019-08-19 07:14 URING CARNIVAL WEEK pur
elia-.- a -ide or i-areass of mutton ul
I I : l.~ li n ml) MARM.I and -me
CrENEKAL KOTICaa
TUE Friends of tho Ule Mr. Ol!-1
.VELI US DREW mr respectfully in-
vited 1<I attend hifv I'mieral, which will |
move flinn his lille residence, Port. Curtis
Road. TliJS |Tui"ahiyj AFTEHXOON, nt I
linee o'clock, for tliv Rockhampton Onie- (
lory.
TH!; Friends of Messis. CORNELIUS,
NICHOLAS, HAN I KL. mill WIL-
LIAM Ul i KW (suiisl, ami ALEXANUF.lt
HEATON ( .on-iii-hiw). arc rof.]>oclfiilly in-
vited io attend the Funeral of Hie lutu I
Mr. CORNELIUS DREW. which will |
move from his hue rc.-idencc, Port Curtis
Hoad. THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON,
linee o'clock, for the Rockhampton Cenio
I orv.
rp HE Friend- of Mrs.- M. JIYXOTT arc
JL respectfully invited to attend thc
Funeral of her deccu-od beloved FATHER
late roidenee. l'ort Cflilis Road. THIS,
(Tiu-iKlay) AFTERNOON, ut three o'clock,
for thc ilnckhninpton Cemetery.
from Ss., always on hand.
?JJ! 1XLAYS0N A N 1) MTCENZIE,
DURING CARNIVAL WEEK pur-
chase a side or carcass of mutton at
the FRESH FOOD MARKET and save
over 1d. per lb.
GENERAL NOTICES.
THE Friends of the late Mr. COR=
NELIUS DREW are respectfully in-
vited to attend his Funeral, which will
move from his late residence, Port Curtis
Road, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at
three o'clock, for the Rockhampton Ceme-
tery.
THE Friends of Messrs. CORNELIUS,
NICHOLAS, DANIEL, and WIL-
LIAM DREW (sons), and ALEXANDER
BEATON (son-in-law), are respectfully in-
vited to attend the Funeral of the late
Mr. CORNELIUS DREW, which will
move from his late residence, Port Curtis
Road, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON,
three o'clock, for the Rockhampton Ceme-
tery.
THE Friends of Mrs. M. MYNOTT are
respectfully invited to attend the
Funeral of her deceased beloved FATHER
late residence, Port Curtis Road, THIS,
(Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at three o'clock,
for the Rockhampton Cemetery.
from 5s., always on hand.
FINLAYSON AND McKENZIE
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 20 June 1908 [Issue No.25] page 17 2019-08-19 07:05 *our dear mother, Mrs. 'Kate Jd&nion, who .
died 14tb Jane, 1905. '?
EXP. !
Three years bare 'past, our hearts slill j
As time flies by we mias you more. |
A loving mother, kind and true, ' i
iNo friend on earth ve find like you. ' ?
(Inserted by her loving children, Bory, j
jack, and Nonie. -
He's gone to seek that joy above, :
Ne'er found on earth below. j
~ (Inserted by his loving son and daughter- j
in-law, D.E. Hixon)
father, Albert Hixon, who .departed this '
Not dead to us, we lore him dear,
(Inserted bv his two daughters, and son
1907, aged OS yeans.
-At Best'
dear husliani, August Kahl, who dKyar
ted Ibis life at Pink Lily, on the 17th
of June, ldOO.
I miss you aad mourn you in silence un
i dwell on the memory of tbe past fliat has
' been.
Pnknown .and forgotten by -some you may
But tbe grave thai contains you is sacred
' to me.
{Inserted by bis loving wife and children.)
milian O'SeUl, who died at Rackhamp
? ton 18th June, 1907, through'an acci
as had not time to bid his friends fare
well :
ffhat bade him haste to meet his God in
Oil, Maxie dear, we miss yon here,
Jrom the home yon loved so well j
SPe pray that God lias found you rest,
WMi the ancels of tic blest.
(Inserted by his loving father end
mother. Banana.)
Albert Kfepafcriek, who departed Uiis
life ISth June. 1903.
I miss yon and mourn you is silence un
I dwciLon the memory of tie past that has
been;
be, ' .
But the grave that contains you b sacred
(Inserted bv bis loring mother and
s*isters.-EXP.)
our dear son and brother, WiUsam Gold
ing, who departed tiiis life at Bock
hinaplou on the 18th. «f June, 1802, aged
20 vcare.
M'e miss you and jnonrn you, dear brother,
' in silence unseen,
We dwell on the memory of the past tnat
lias been ;
Unknown and forgotten by some yon may
bfc,
$nt the gran- that contains you is sacred
'.-?-?'? to us. ?'.'..-- -''
ilpsertelliv lusJpring^aeTi^rias, ana
our dear mother, Mrs. Kate Manion, who
died 14th June, 1905.
R.I.P.
Three years have past, our hearts still
As time flies by we miss you more.
A loving mother, kind and true,
No friend on earth we find like you.
(Inserted by her loving children, Rory,
Jack, and Nonie.
He's gone to seek that joy above,
Ne'er found on earth below.
(Inserted by his loving son and daughter-
in-law, D. E. Hixon)
father, Albert Hixon, who departed this
Not dead to us, we love him dear,
(Inserted by his two daughters, and son-
1907, aged 98 years.
" At Rest."
dear husband, August Kahl, who depar-
ted this life at Pink Lily, on the 17th
of June, 1900.
I miss you and mourn you in silence un-
I dwell on the memory of the past that has
been,
Unknown and forgotten by some you may
be,
But the grave that contains you is sacred
to me.
(Inserted by his loving wife and children.)
milian O'Neill, who died at Rockhamp-
ton 18th June, 1907, through an acci-
He had not time to bid his friends fare-
well ;
That bade him haste to meet his God in
Oh, Maxie dear, we miss you here,
From the home you loved so well ;
We pray that God has found you rest,
With the angels of the blest.
(Inserted by his loving father and
mother, Banana.)
Albert Fitzpatrick, who departed this
life 18th June, 1903.
I miss you and mourn you is silence un-
seen,
I dwell on the memory of the past that has
been ;
be,
But the grave that contains you is sacred
(Inserted by bis loving mother and
sisters.—R.I.P.)
our dear son and brother, William Gold-
ing, who departed this life at Rock-
hampton on the 18th of June, 1902, aged
26 years.
We miss you and mourn you, dear brother,
in silence unseen,
We dwell on the memory of the past that
has been ;
Unknown and forgotten by some you may
be,
But the grave that contains you is sacred
(Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, and
brothers.)
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Tuesday 10 May 1949 [Issue No.3885] page 10 2019-08-19 06:56 Laurlston, Scarborough)—a Son (Gary
Cth, to Bob and Betty, of Beerburrum
MeDONALD.—On April 29th, at King
Oeorge V. Hospital, Sydney, to Mr. and
on 8th May, to Florence and Ccdric,
£aglc Junction—a Daughter (Margaret
F. Stclfox, of Logan Road, Holland
Rough)—a Son (Robert McColli.
TAYLOR.—At the Women's Intermedi
TOOMBES.—At Mothers' Hospital, Too
TORRENS.—At Ashgrove Private Hospital
VOYSEY.—At Janolma Private Hospi
K. Voysey (nee Batterham), ofl Main
YOUNG (nee Boris Adam, Graceville),
on 7th May, at Coonabarabran. N.S.W.,
to Berls and William—a Daughter.
ALCOHN—BAUER.—The Engagement is
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bauer, of Stuckcy
youngest Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Al
the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Kllppclt, ol
Mundubbcra, to Walter, second Son of
BUCKNELL—WATTS. — The engage
ment Is announced of Audrey Elsie, only
Lytlon Road, East Brisbane, to Norman,
eldest Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Buck
nell, or Akunam, Corflcld.
BUTLER—SCROGINGS.—The Engage
ment is announced ol Gloria, only
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scrog
J. H. Butler, Beeston Street, Tener
J. M. Dunn. Hockhampton.
is announced of Margaret, only Daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Flnnlgun, Ter
race Street, New Farm, to David, sec
Harlcn Road, Salisbury.
HAYDEN—EVANS.— The Engagement Is
announced of Eva May. eldest Daugh
Red Hill, Klngaroy, to Vcrnon, only
Heart Chapel. Kurc. Japan, on 30th
April, 1949. Valerie Joan, only Daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Keennn. Too
woomba. to Edward John, only Son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Mulholland.
Balgowlah, N.S,W. .
FORSTER—McKENZlE.— At St. James'
May, 1024, the marriage of Constance
Mr. and Mrs. N. McKenzic (Warwick),
M. A. Forstcr ( Coorparoo | and the
late Mr. H. W. Forstcr, was solemnised.
ALLISON.—At his residence. 'Syd-
dan,' Melville Terrace, Wynnum, Cent.,
Rev. J. W. Allison. D.D., Dublin, Ire
land, loving Husband of Frances U.
and Father of (Isabel). Mrs. J. F.
Dunkley. Ascot, (Moss). Mrs. E. K.
of Australasia. Ltd.. Murgon, in his
B4th year.
F. Craven. A.I.F. (1914-181, passed
Ctanthorpe, on Sunday, 6th May,
Infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
BLADE.—8th May, at Grafton Base
Hospital, Henry Murray Sladc, late ot
Wondal, Queensland.
Gin Gin, on Oth May, 1049, Rudolph
Paul Stretch, aged 76 years. Deeply re
Cloyne Apostolic Church, to the Gin Git.
Cemetery, This (Tuesday) Allcrnoon. at
Bon of George and Mary, devoted Bro
ther of Jessie and Malslc.
dear Father and Mother. Henry Ander
?way 2nd June, 1939. and 10th May.
Mary J. .Bendlxcn, who passed awny
May 10th, 11144.
BLAIR. — In loving memory of my dCHt
Husband and our Father, Fathcr-ln-law,
who passed away on May 10th. 1948.
Inserted by his lovlnj Wlfo and
Cth May, 1945. Also our dear Mother,
Mother-in-law, and Grandmother, wilt
passed away on 12th March, 1030
Inserted by Edle, Will, and Family.
BLOOMFIELD.—In loving memory ol
our dear Father, Joseph Broomflcld, wbc
passed away 9th May, 1045.
Always remembered by Nell arm
BROWN ('Monty,' Montgomery). -sac-
red to the memory of William Charlei
Brown, died May 10th. 1038.
Always remembered by his loving wm
nnd Family.
BUNCE, Jane.— In loving memory ol
my darling Mother, who passed uwni
loth May, 1943.
Lovingly remembered by her Daugh
ter. Betty.
FEIGE.—In loving memory of our dar
Placed a bud amongst His flowers:
To show, dear Fred, we think of vou
Not just to-day, but every day.
Aunts, and Cousins, and Jack, Hazell.
1949
Inserted by Jack. Peg, Maurice, Bev.
GUTIIRIE.— In loving memory of ou
Sister, Sister-in-law, Aunt. Thelmi
Margaret, who departed this life lOtl
May. 1948
Inserted by Glad. Tony and Raylee
V.6.A.
dear Sister, Thelma Margaret, who dc
parted this life 10th May. 1948.
Inserted by Brother and Sister. Claud
KELLY, William. ex-Sergeant ol Police
—In loving memory of my dear Hus
Inserted by his loving Wife,- Mervy
iway 10th May, 1947.
Inserted ,by her Husband and Family.
-f our dear Sister and Slstcr-ln-iaw.
Jsther May, who was called to rest
Oth May, 1P47.
With tender love and deep regret.
We. whu loved you never forget.
Inserted by Jim. Doris, and Family.
jur dear Father, died 10th May. 1947.
Our thoughts of you. dear Dad,
V/lil never fade away.
Inserted by his loving children. Mtn
ile, Alfred, Mabel, Elsie, Ted, and
:'amllics.
ilerrltt. who was called home 10th May,
1D25.
Inserted by his Wile and Family.
ng memory of my dear wife, our
Mother, and Mothcr-lri-law, who dc
larted this life 10th May, 1947,
Inserted by her loving Husband, Son.
;athcr, Father-in-law, Grandfather, and
Jrcat-grandfather. Samuel Henry, who
msscd away May 10th, 1948.
forever In our memories.
-{urtband, Gordon, who passed away
Oth May, 1945.
Son and our Brother and Brotherln
aw, Gordon, who passed away 10th
day, 1045.
Sadly missed. '
3rothpr, and Slstcr-ln-law, Harold and
.lcta.
tear Brother. Brother-in-law, and Uncle,
lordon, who departed this life on 10th
.lay, 1945.
Inserted by Alt, Flo, and Bcvcrlcy.
PARKER.— In loving memory ol Gor
lon, who passed away 10th May, 1945.
Nephews,
PARRY. — In loving memory of our dcat
ilolher, passed away 10th May, 1941.
ing Son and Brother, Francis William
.Fraud, who passed away May 10th,
1045, age 12 years 4 months.
Who never can. or never will,
Korsct you Prune dear
ind Brothers. John and Allstalr.
POSTGATE. Emma.— A tribute of love
o the memory of our dearest beloved
:alled home on 10th May, 1945.
As In the hour she passed away,
Lovinply remembered by her Son,
Wife. Norah Roll, who passed away May
Oth. 1930.
)ur dear Father and Grandfather, who
massed away 10th May. 1046.
lirandchildrcn.
3on and Brother. Eric, who passed away
on the 1oth May, 1948.
'In silence we remember.
YOUNG. Earnest.— In cherished memory
il my beloved Husband, our Father,
Fathcr-ln-law, & Grandfather, who
Sgt. B. K. (Kevin I Storcr, who lost
is life in air operations on 10th May.
Inserted by his Mother, Sisters, Bro
ther, Sister-in-law, and BroUjprsln
FAMILY, of Invcrlaw. Klngaroy. wish
to THANK Doctors. Matron. Sisters, and
Eric, during his recent Illness: and also
MR', and MRS. STAN SELLIN sin
Ihe Brisbane Children's Hospital for
their kind attention during Son Ray
mond's ('Peanuts') serious Illness.
express their most grateful THANKS tn
prayers, telegrams, letters, nnd other ex
pressions of sympathy In their recent
MR. and MRS. C. A. JOHNS. Alrd
Street, Salisbury, wish to convey thnlr
sincere THANKS to Rev. Father Flana
gan, Relatives. Friends. Neighbours,
tfanagement Office. Factory Sheet Metal
Employees of Air Stream. Pty., Ltd.,
lor all floral tributes, telegrams, cards,
bereavement. Plcnso accept this as their
wish to convev sincere THANKS to the
Doctor. Rev. Turner. Mrs. Hurley. Rela
icent sad bereavement. Please accept
MRS. M. RENNIE and FAMILY.
Df 16 Abbott Street. New Farm, wish
to THANK Relatives; Friends, and So
ctles for kind expressions of sympathy,
loral tributes, telegrams, cards, and
letters In their recent sad bercavemc
ment. Please accept this as our per
Doctors. Sisters. Nurses of Ward 2F,
General Hospital . Helpers, Red Cross
*est Room. Relatives. Friends. Neigh
of sympathy during my sad bereave
ment. Kindly accept this as my per
MR. and MRS. J. KEEGAN. of 73
?amington Avc.. Wooloowln (formerly
New Farm), wish to THANK C. of Eng
cards, toleBrams. and letters of sym
-athy in tho recent tragic loss of their
loved ones. Will all please accent this
Relatives. Friends, and Neighbours for
extended to them In their recent be
North Queensland, are invited to attenc
icr Funeral, to move from Alex. Cow's
Funeral Chapel, Petrle Bight, This
(Tuesday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, (or
liOLTON.— The Relatives and Friends ol
the late Henry Bolton. of Stoplord
Street. Wooloowln (late Manager, Bris
bane General Hospital), arc Invited to
attend hli Funeral, to move from Alex
Oow's Funeral Chapel, Pctrie Bight,
This iTucsduy) Morning, at 11 o'clock,
or the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson.
ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director.
I1OLTO-1.— Ionic Royal Arch Chapter,
io. 39.— Officers and Companions are
invited to attend the Funeral of ex
Comp. Henry .Bolton, to move from
Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, as pel
BOLTON.— Queensland Consistory. No. 6.
llus. Brethren nre Invited to attend
he Funeral of Illus. Bro. Henry Bol
on, Father of Illus. Bro. Dr. G. A
Bolton, Mackay, to move from Alex,
aow'k Funeral Chapel, as per above
Notice. By Order ol the G.C.
HOLTON.— Brisbane Queensland Rose
Crolx, No. 9.— Officers and Companions
are Invited to attend the Funeral ol
ex-Prefect Comp. Henry Bolton. to move
from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, ai
P-M W S°V-! Notlce' By Oli' °l '''
HOLTON.— Star ol Queensland Lodge
G.U.O.O.F.— The Olflcers and^ Mcmben
are Invited to attend the Funeral ol
Brother Henry Bolton, to move froir
Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel. Petrli
BiBht. as above notice. By Order of th-
Jane Brook, of 86 Glbb Street, Valley,
arc Invited to attend her Funeral, tc
leave the Funeral Chapel. 17 Peel Street,
South Brisbane, This (Tuesday) After
noon, at 2 o'clock, for the Toowons
Cemetery Service at 1.46.
JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral
BRUCE. Mr. Thomas, Clarence St.,
Coorparoo.— Relatives and Friends ol
Mrs. E. B. Bruce and Family are re
spectlully advised of the death of hei
beloved Husband, their Father. Tin
Funeral Is appointed to leave the Par
lour, 400 Wickham St., To-day (Tues
day), at 4 p.m., for Mt. Thompsor
Mrs. J. A. Cornwell and Family, of 96
Husband and their Father, James Alex
Chapel, 17 Peel Street, South Brisbane
No. 283. U.G.L.Q Officers and Mem
attend the Funeral of their late Bro
James Alexander Cornwell. to leave the
No. 66. I.O.R. Officers and Member
Alexander Cornwell, to leave the Fune
ral Chapel as above A. L Domjahn
;ameron Craig, of 311 Cavendish Road,
-'oorparoo. beloved Wife ol Wm. Thomas
:ralg. will leave the Funeral Chapel,
Peel Street, South Brisbane. This
Tuesday: Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for
he Mt. Thompson Crematorium'. Service
it 2.15. Funeral Private.
JOHN HISLOP k. BONS. Funeia)
Directors. ? ? ?
CRONiN, Mr. Terence. late R.A.A.F.—
Urs. Edward Cronln and Family, of
?Watcrford.' Ashton St., Coorparoo.
ire Invited to attend the Funeral ol
their beloved Son and Brother. Tcr
!iicc, to leave the Church o( the Car
nelltc Fathers. Cavendish Rd., at 1.30
To-day (Tuesday) for Toowong Cemc
.ery. Mass at 6.30 a.m.
rJUY. Mr. Fred, Manly Road. Manly,
l-'rlends of Mrs. M. L. Guy. Mr. Edgar
3uy, Mr. George Guy, Mrs. G. T. Neu
Jian. and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rnd
sournc (Balmoral) arc invited to at
tend the Funeral of her Delovcd Hus
sand and their Father. Father-in-law,
ind Grandfather, to leave the Parlour,
-37 Stanley Street, at 3 o'clock To-day
I Tuesday i for Bullmba Cemetery.
HANSEN Mrs. Lillian, 40 Lochaber St..
Mr. Ted Hansen and Family are re
spectfully advised of the death ol his
pointed to leave her Brother's residence.
174 Boundary Street, City. To-day
vir. H. E. J. Holmes and Ann. of 32
5oden Street, Yeerongpllly, and Mrs. 8.
\. Hamilton and Family, nro Invited to
ittend the Funeral of his beloved Wile,
;cr Mother, their Daughter, Sister,
ster-ln-Iaw, and Aunt, Annie Marlon
lolmes. to leave her late residence, 32
ioden Street, Yeerongpllly, This (Tues
lay) AHcrnoon, after Service commenc
ng at 1.45 o'clock, for the Lutwycho
Jcnictcry.
CANNON is CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral
IO1.MES.— Anncrlcy Bowling Club
ifflcers and members arc requested to
ittend the Funeral ot Mrs. A. M.
lolmcs, Wife of treasurer. H. E. J.
IIANSEN.— The Relatives and Friends of
he late Lcnnle Arthur Joseph Hanscn, of
ittend his Funeral, to move from Alex.
jow'b Funeral Chapel, Pelrlc Bight, This
Tuesday) Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for
he Toowong Cemetery.
ilrs. A. J. Hudson, of Lota, Mr. and Mrs.
3. J. Hudson, Camp Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
:-. G. Hudson. Bardon. Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Underwood. Grecnslopes, Mr. and
Vlrs. A. T. Hudson, Dlnmore, Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Baptic. Red Hill, and
?amlllcs, are Invited to attend tho
heir Father; Father-in-law, and Grand
\rthur James Hudson, to leave the
:ommenclnB at 10.45 o'clock, for the Too
CANNON Si CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral
!80.— Officers and Brethren are invited
io attend the Funera! of the late Arthur
lames Hudson, beloved Father of Bro.
0- G. Hudson, to leave as per Family
Notice. By Order ot the W.M.
I.FWIS.— The Relatives and Friends or
he late Albert Alexander Lewis, of 52
Prospect Terrace, Kelvin Grove, nre ln
Htcd to attend his Funeral, to leave the
Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide Street, City.
r.hls (Tuesday) Afternoon, after Servico
commencing at 3.15 o'clock, for the Too
Directors,
McKEE.— Tho Funeral of the late James
Gilbert McKce (R.O.C., 1st A.I.F., 2nd
aarrlson. 2nd A.I.F.), late 2B Stanley
St.. South Brisbane, will leave tl«
Funeral Parlour. 45 Adelaide St.. City,
for the Lutwychc Cemetery.
CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD.. Funeral
directors.
uf Mrs. E. Newman, of 9 Sneyd Street,
Buwcn Hills, ars Invited to attend the
runcral of her beloved Husband, Oeorge
Dcpt., Maync Junction, to move from
Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrle
Bight, rills (Tuesday) Afternoon, at 3
D'clock. tor tho Crematorium, Mt.
VICOLL.— The Relatives and Friends ol
Mr. and Mrs. A. Nlcoll, Mr. and Mrs.
3. Nlcoll Mr. and Mrs. J. Nlcoll. Mrs.
W. E. Cooper, Mrs. M. Klrby, and
Families, are Invited to attend the Fune
ral of their beloved Mother. Mother
Nlcoll, of Frank Street, Southport, to
ifter Service commencing at 2.45 o'clock,
[or the Toowong Cemetery.
JOHNSTON A: FREEMAN, Southport,
-ANNON & CRIPPS, LTD.. Funeral
Directors In Conjunction.
Mr. A. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
ind Families, are invited to attend the
Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grand
mother, Jessie Elizabeth Shelley, ol
:nr. Markwcll and Harding Sts.. Auchen
tlower, to move from St. John's Cathed
ral. Ann Street, City, on conclusion of
Service commencing at 11.15 o'clock. To
ALEX. OOW. Funeral Director.
Hills) are Invited to attend the Funeral
and Brother. William Talbot, No. 110
Sydney St.. New Farm, to leave Holy
Spirit Church. Villicrs Street, New
Farm, To-morrow (Wednesday) Fore
noon, at 10 o'clock, for Nudgce Ceme
TALBOT. William.— H.A.C.B.S., St.
Joseph's Blanch (Kangaroo PI. I. The
Officers and Members of tho above arc
and Miss P. Thomsen, ate Invited to at
Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grand
from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrle
o'clock, for tho Crematorium, Mt
Westbourne Street, Hlghgate Hill, are
South Brisbane, This (Tuesday) After
noon, nt 4 o'clock, for the South Bris
bane Cemetery. Service at 3.45. ?
JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral
VOWLE8, Miss Matilda.-Relatlves and
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. Vowlcs
Wynnum) arc Invited to attend the
'uncial of their beloved Sister, Sister
n-law, MIsb Matilda Vowles date ol
pswlch), to leave the Funeral Chapel,
rickhara Street, Valley. This (Tuesday)
Afternoon, at 3.30 o'clock, for Toownns
^'M7- SMITH. L2031. ?
Lauriston, Scarborough)—a Son (Gary
5th, to Bob and Betty, of Beerburrum
McDONALD.—On April 29th, at King
George V. Hospital, Sydney, to Mr. and
on 8th May, to Florence and Cedric,
Eagle Junction—a Daughter (Margaret
F. Stelfox, of Logan Road, Holland
Rough)—a Son (Robert McColl).
TAYLOR.—At the Women's Intermedi-
TOOMBES.—At Mothers' Hospital, Too-
TORRENS.—At Ashgrove Private Hos-
pital, to Mr. and Mrs. John Torrens—
VOYSEY.—At Janolma Private Hospi-
K. Voysey (nee Batterham), of Main
YOUNG (nee Beris Adam, Graceville),
on 7th May, at Coonabarabran, N.S.W.,
to Beris and William—a Daughter.
ALCORN—BAUER.—The Engagement is
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bauer, of Stuckey
youngest Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Al-
the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Klippelt, of
Mundubbera, to Walter, second Son of
BUCKNELL—WATTS. — The engage-
ment is announced of Audrey Elsie, only
Lytton Road, East Brisbane, to Norman,
eldest Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Buck-
nell, or Akunam, Corfield.
BUTLER—SCROGINGS.—The Engage-
ment is announced of Gloria, only
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scrog-
J. H. Butler, Beeston Street, Tener-
J. M. Dunn, Rockhampton.
is announced of Margaret, only Daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Finnigan, Ter-
race Street, New Farm, to David, sec-
Harlen Road, Salisbury.
HAYDEN—EVANS.—The Engagement is
announced of Eva May, eldest Daugh-
Red Hill, Kingaroy, to Vernon, only
Heart Chapel, Kure, Japan, on 30th
April, 1949. Valerie Joan, only Daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Keenan, Too-
woomba, to Edward John, only Son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Mulholland,
Balgowlah, N.S.W.
FORSTER—McKENZIE.—At St. James'
May, 1924, the marriage of Constance
Mr. and Mrs. N. McKenzie (Warwick),
M. A. Forster (Coorparoo) and the
late Mr. H. W. Forster, was solemnised.
ALLISON.—At his residence, "Syd-
dan," Melville Terrace, Wynnum, Cent.,
Rev. J. W. Allison. D.D., Dublin, Ire-
land, loving Husband of Frances H.
and Father of (Isabel), Mrs. J. F.
Dunkley, Ascot (Moss), Mrs. E. K.
of Australasia, Ltd., Murgon, in his
84th year.
F. Craven. A.I.F. (1914-18), passed
Stanthorpe, on Sunday, 8th May,
infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
SLADE.—8th May, at Grafton Base
Hospital, Henry Murray Slade, late of
Wondai, Queensland.
Gin Gin, on 9th May, 1949, Rudolph
Paul Stretch, aged 76 years. Deeply re-
Cloyne Apostolic Church, to the Gin Gin
Cemetery, This (Tuesday) Afternoon, at
Son of George and Mary, devoted Bro-
ther of Jessie and Maisie.
dear Father and Mother, Henry Ander-
away 2nd June, 1939, and 10th May,
Mary J. .Bendixen, who passed away
May 10th, 1944.
BLAIR.—In loving memory of my dear
Husband and our Father, Father-in-law,
who passed away on May 10th, 1948.
Inserted by his loving Wife and
BROOMFIELD Joseph.—In loving mem-
9th May, 1945. Also our dear Mother,
Mother-in-law, and Grandmother, who
passed away on 12th March, 1936.
Inserted by Edie, Will, and Family.
BLOOMFIELD.—In loving memory of
our dear Father, Joseph Broomfield, who
passed away 9th May, 1945.
Always remembered by Nell and
BROWN ("Monty," Montgomery).—Sac-
red to the memory of William Charles
Brown, died May 10th, 1938.
Always remembered by his loving Wife
and Family.
BUNCE, Jane.—In loving memory of
my darling Mother, who passed away
10th May, 1943.
Lovingly remembered by her Daugh-
ter, Betsy.
FEIGE.—In loving memory of our dar-
Placed a bud amongst His flowers;
To show, dear Fred, we think of you.
Not just to-day, but every day,
Aunts, and Cousins, and Jack, Hazel.
1949.
Inserted by Jack, Peg, Maurice, Bev.
GUTHRIE.—In loving memory of or
Sister, Sister-in-law, Aunt, Thelma
Margaret, who departed this life 10th
May, 1948
Inserted by Glad. Tony and Raylee,
U.S.A.
GUTHRIE.—In loving memory of our
dear Sister, Thelma Margaret, who de-
parted this life 10th May, 1948.
Inserted by Brother and Sister, Claud
KELLY, William, ex-Sergeant of Police
—In loving memory of my dear Hus-
Inserted by his loving Wife, Mervyn
away 10th May, 1947.
Inserted by her Husband and Family.
of our dear Sister and Sister-in-law,
Esther May, who was called to rest
10th May, 1947.
With tender love and deep regret,
We, who loved you never forget.
Inserted by Jim, Doris, and Family.
our dear Father, died 10th May, 1947.
Our thoughts of you, dear Dad,
Will never fade away.
Inserted by his loving children, Min-
nie, Alfred, Mabel, Elsie, Ted, and
Families.
Merritt, who was called home 10th May,
1925.
Inserted by his Wife and Family.
MORRIS, Edith Emily.—In ever and lov-
ing memory of my dear wife, our
Mother, and Mother-in-law, who de-
parted this life 10th May, 1947.
Inserted by her loving Husband, Son,
Father, Father-in-law, Grandfather, and
Great-grandfather, Samuel Henry, who
passed away May 10th, 1948.
Forever in our memories.
Husband, Gordon, who passed away
10th May, 1945.
Son and our Brother and Brother-in-
law, Gordon, who passed away 10th
day, 1945.
Sadly missed.
Brother, and Sister-in-law, Harold and
Meta.
dear Brother, Brother-in-law, and Uncle,
Gordon, who departed this life on 10th
May, 1945.
Inserted by Alf, Flo, and Beverley.
PARKER.—In loving memory of Gor-
don, who passed away 10th May, 1945.
Nephews.
PARRY.—In loving memory of our dear
Mother, passed away 10th May, 1941.
PEGG.—In loving memory of our dar-
ling Son and Brother, Francis William
(Franc), who passed away May 10th,
1945, age 12 years 4 months.
Who never can, or never will,
Forget you, Franc, dear.
and Brothers, John and Alistair.
POSTGATE, Emma.—A tribute of love
to the memory of our dearest beloved
called home on 10th May, 1945.
As in the hour she passed away,
Lovingly remembered by her Son,
Wife, Norah Roll, who passed away May
10th, 1930.
Roll.
our dear Father and Grandfather, who
passed away 10th May, 1946.
Grandchildren.
Son and Brother, Eric, who passed away
on the 10th May, 1948.
"In silence we remember."
YOUNG, Earnest.—In cherished memory
of my beloved Husband, our Father,
Father-in-law, & Grandfather, who
STORER.—In loving memory of Flt.-
Sgt. B. K. (Kevin) Storer, who lost
is life in air operations on 10th May,
Inserted by his Mother, Sisters, Bro-
ther, Sister-in-law, and Brothers-in-
law.
FAMILY, of Inverlaw, Kingaroy, wish
to THANK Doctors, Matron, Sisters, and
Eric, during his recent illness: and also
MR. and MRS. STAN SELLIN sin-
the Brisbane Children's Hospital for
their kind attention during Son Ray-
mond's ("Peanuts") serious illness.
express their most grateful THANKS to
prayers, telegrams, letters, and other ex-
pressions of sympathy in their recent
MR. and MRS. C. A. JOHNS. Aird
Street, Salisbury, wish to convey their
sincere THANKS to Rev. Father Flana-
gan, Relatives, Friends, Neighbours,
Management Office, Factory Sheet Metal
Employees of Air Stream, Pty., Ltd.,
for all floral tributes, telegrams, cards,
bereavement. Please accept this as their
wish to convey sincere THANKS to the
Doctor, Rev. Turner, Mrs. Hurley, Rela-
recent sad bereavement. Please accept
MRS. M. RENNIE and FAMILY,
of 16 Abbott Street, New Farm, wish
to THANK Relatives, Friends, and So-
cieties for kind expressions of sympathy,
floral tributes, telegrams, cards, and
letters in their recent sad bereaveme-
ment. Please accept this as our per-
Doctors, Sisters, Nurses of Ward 2F,
General Hospital, Helpers, Red Cross
Rest Room. Relatives. Friends. Neigh-
of sympathy during my sad bereave-
ment. Kindly accept this as my per-
MR. and MRS. J. KEEGAN, of 73
Lamington Ave., Wooloowin (formerly
New Farm), wish to THANK C. of Eng-
cards, telegrams. and letters of sym-
pathy in the recent tragic loss of their
loved ones. Will all please accept this
Relatives, Friends, and Neighbours for
extended to them in their recent be-
North Queensland, are invited to attend
her Funeral, to move from Alex. Gow's
Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight, This
(Tuesday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for
BOLTON.—The Relatives and Friends of
the late Henry Bolton, of Stopford
Street, Wooloowin (late Manager, Bris-
bane General Hospital), are invited to
attend his Funeral, to move from Alex
Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight,
This (Tuesday) Morning, at 11 o'clock,
for the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson.
ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director.
BOLTON.—Ionic Royal Arch Chapter,
No. 39.—Officers and Companions are
invited to attend the Funeral of ex-
Comp. Henry Bolton, to move from
Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, as per
BOLTON.—Queensland Consistory, No. 6.
Illus. Brethren are invited to attend
the Funeral of Illus. Bro. Henry Bol-
ton, Father of Illus. Bro. Dr. G. A
Bolton, Mackay, to move from Alex.
Gow's Funeral Chapel, as per above
Notice. By Order of the G.C.
BOLTON.—Brisbane Queensland Rose
Croix, No. 9.—Officers and Companions
are invited to attend the Funeral of
ex-Prefect Comp. Henry Bolton, to move
from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, as
per above Notice. By Order of the
M.W.S.
BOLTON.—Star of Queensland Lodge
G.U.O.O.F.—The Officers and Members
are invited to attend the Funeral of
Brother Henry Bolton, to move from
Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie
Bight, as above notice. By Order of the
N.G.
Jane Brook, of 86 Gibb Street, Valley,
are invited to attend her Funeral, to
leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel Street,
South Brisbane, This (Tuesday) After-
noon, at 2 o'clock, for the Toowong
Cemetery Service at 1.45.
JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral
BRUCE, Mr. Thomas, Clarence St.,
Coorparoo.—Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. E. B. Bruce and Family are re-
spectfully advised of the death of her
beloved Husband, their Father. The
Funeral is appointed to leave the Par-
lour, 400 Wickham St., To-day (Tues-
day), at 4 p.m., for Mt. Thompson
Mrs. J. A. Cornwell and Family, of 94
Husband and their Father, James Alex-
Chapel, 17 Peel Street, South Brisbane,
No. 283. U.G.L.Q Officers and Mem-
attend the Funeral of their late Bro.
James Alexander Cornwell, to leave the
No. 66, I.O.R. Officers and Members
Alexander Cornwell, to leave the Fune-
ral Chapel as above. A. L Domjahn,
Cameron Craig, of 311 Cavendish Road,
Coorparoo, beloved Wife of Wm. Thomas
Craig, will leave the Funeral Chapel,
Peel Street, South Brisbane, This
(Tuesday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for
the Mt. Thompson Crematorium. Service
at 2.15. Funeral Private.
JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral
Directors.
CRONIN, Mr. Terence, late R.A.A.F.—
Mrs. Edward Cronin and Family, of
"Waterford," Ashton St., Coorparoo,
are invited to attend the Funeral ol
their beloved Son and Brother, Ter-
ence, to leave the Church of the Car-
melite Fathers, Cavendish Rd., at 1.30
To-day (Tuesday) for Toowong Ceme-
tery. Mass at 6.30 a.m.
GUY, Mr. Fred, Manly Road, Manly,
late of Crow's Nest.—Relatives and
Friends of Mrs. M. L. Guy, Mr. Edgar
Guy, Mr. George Guy, Mrs. G. T. Neu-
man, and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rad-
bourne (Balmoral) are invited to at-
tend the Funeral of her beloved Hus-
band and their Father, Father-in-law,
and Grandfather, to leave the Parlour,
537 Stanley Street, at 3 o'clock To-day
(Tuesday) for Bulimba Cemetery.
HANSEN Mrs. Lillian, 40 Lochaber St.,
Mr. Ted Hansen and Family are re-
spectfully advised of the death of his
pointed to leave her Brother's residence,
474 Boundary Street, City, To-day
Mr. H. E. J. Holmes and Ann, of 32
Soden Street, Yeerongpilly, and Mrs. S.
A. Hamilton and Family, are invited to
attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife,
hr Mother, their Daughter, Sister,
Sister-in-law, and Aunt, Annie Marion
Holmes, to leave her late residence, 32
Soden Street, Yeerongpilly, This (Tues-
lay) Afternoon, after Service commenc-
ing at 1.45 o'clock, for the Lutwyche
Cemetery.
CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral
Directors.
HOLMES.—Annerley Bowling Club
officers and members are requested to
attend the Funeral of Mrs. A. M.
Holmes, Wife of treasurer. H. E. J.
HANSEN.—The Relatives and Friends of
the late Lennie Arthur Joseph Hansen, of
attend his Funeral, to move from Alex.
Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight, This
(Tuesday) Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for
the Toowong Cemetery.
Mrs. A. J. Hudson, of Lota, Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Hudson, Camp Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
D. G. Hudson, Bardon, Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Underwood, Greenslopes, Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Hudson, Dinmore, Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Baptie, Red Hill, and
Families, are invited to attend the
their Father, Father-in-law, and Grand-
Arthur James Hudson, to leave the
commencing at 10.45 o'clock, for the Too-
CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral
Directors.
280.—Officers and Brethren are invited
to attend the Funeral of the late Arthur
James Hudson, beloved Father of Bro.
D. G. Hudson, to leave as per Family
Notice. By Order of the W.M.
LEWIS.—The Relatives and Friends of
the late Albert Alexander Lewis, of 52
Prospect Terrace, Kelvin Grove, are in-
vited to attend his Funeral, to leave the
Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide Street, City,
This (Tuesday) Afternoon, after Service
commencing at 3.15 o'clock, for the Too-
Directors.
McKEE.—The Funeral of the late James
Gilbert McKee (R.O.C., 1st A.I.F., 2nd
Garrison, 2nd A.I.F.), late 28 Stanley
St., South Brisbane, will leave the
Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide St., City,
for the Lutwyche Cemetery.
CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral
Directors.
of Mrs. E. Newman, of 9 Sneyd Street,
Bowen Hills, are invited to attend the
Funeral of her beloved Husband, George
Dept., Mayne Junction, to move from
Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie
Bight, This (Tuesday) Afternoon, at 3
o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mt.
NICOLL.—The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Nicoll, Mr. and Mrs.
G. Nicoll Mr. and Mrs. J. Nicoll, Mrs.
W. E. Cooper, Mrs. M. Kirby, and
Families, are invited to attend the Fune-
ral of their beloved Mother, Mother-
Nicoll, of Frank Street, Southport, to
after Service commencing at 2.45 o'clock,
for the Toowong Cemetery.
JOHNSTON & FREEMAN, Southport,
CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral
Directors in Conjunction.
of Mr. A. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
and Families, are invited to attend the
Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grand-
mother, Jessie Elizabeth Shelley, of
cnr. Markwell and Harding Sts., Auchen-
flower, to move from St. John's Cathed-
ral, Ann Street, City, on conclusion of
Service commencing at 11.15 o'clock, To-
ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director.
Hills) are invited to attend the Funeral
and Brother, William Talbot, No. 110
Sydney St., New Farm, to leave Holy
Spirit Church, Villiers Street, New
Farm, To-morrow (Wednesday) Fore-
noon, at 10 o'clock, for Nudgee Ceme-
TALBOT, William.—H.A.C.B.S., St.
Joseph's Branch (Kangaroo Pt.). The
Officers and Members of the above are
and Miss P. Thomsen, are invited to at-
Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grand-
from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie
o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mt
Westbourne Street, Highgate Hill, are
South Brisbane, This (Tuesday) After-
noon, at 4 o'clock, for the South Bris-
bane Cemetery. Service at 3.45.
JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral
Directors.
VOWLES, Miss Matilda.—Relatives and
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. Vowles
Wynnum) are invited to attend the
Funeral of their beloved Sister, Sister-
in-law, Miss Matilda Vowles (late of
Ipswich), to leave the Funeral Chapel,
Wickham Street, Valley, This (Tuesday)
Afternoon, at 3.30 o'clock, for Toowng
Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH. L2031.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Queensland Figaro (Brisbane, Qld. : 1901 - 1936), Saturday 21 October 1933 [Issue No.42] page 15 2019-08-19 06:01 l>y the Rt. Rev. L. F. Ash, Bishop of
Hockhampton, Ernest Edward, fourth
by the Rt. Rev. L. F. Ash, Bishop of
Rockhampton, Ernest Edward, fourth
Advertising (Advertising), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Monday 30 June 1924 [Issue No.18,543] page 8 2019-08-19 06:00 MONET te irai in nam ta rrqutnd st reason
> «We intenso, HOBLER A POWELL, Bal id*
tort. Fittroy Chamber«. Denham-ftreet.
To all visitors from North, South,!
East and Wost, if veu have not seen J.
W. JONES, LT»., vou have missed thc
liest show in HOCKHAMPTON. Don't
leave without viewing JON ICS'S BIIOW
of up-to-date Suitings und all Men's lic
quircmcnls. R.'-crd your measures be-
aro missing the opportunity of a life-
time. J. W. JONES, LTD., Cciilrnl
Queensland Tailors, Reckhainptou.
Advt. j
MONEY to lend in sums as required at reason-
able interest. HOBLER & POWELL, Solici-
tors, Fitzroy Chambers, Denham-street.
To all visitors from North, South,
East and West, if you have not seen J.
W. JONES, LTD., vou have missed the
best show in ROCKHAMPTON. Don't
leave without viewing JONES'S SHOW
of up-to-date Suitings and all Men's Re-
quirements. Record your measures be-
are missing the opportunity of a life-
time. J. W. JONES, LTD., Central
Queensland Tailors, Rockhampton.—
Advt.
Advertising (Advertising), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Thursday 27 August 1925 [Issue No.190[?]1] page 8 2019-08-19 05:58 E All EE PAGE.
Common« cult li Treasury.
Melbourne, July 22nd, ¡Ojj.
T0VKT8T MOTOR COACH. ,
During lin» cessation of thc fruin (raf- \ !
fie between Rockhampton and Yeppoon, i
thc following will 1«' the time table of
Hockhampton for Yeppoon at 2.30 p.m.
Vridtty leaves Yeppoon T u.in. for Bock- ;
liampin and leaves Kockhampton 5.3Ü
p.m. for Yeppoon.. Saturday leaves Yep-
poon 7 n.nt. and leaves Rockhampton at
1.30 p.m. Sunday. The Coa<:li will re-
main nt Yeppoon and runs trips as ad
vised from Ocean View Cafe. Pares:
single. Booking offices at; DOWLIKG'S : t
Dl'UKAt." and Oceon Mew Cnfe, Yep- ;
poon.-Advt. !
EARLE PAGE.
CommonwealthTreasury.
Melbourne, July 22nd, 1925.
TOURIST MOTOR COACH.
During the cessation of the train traf-
fic between Rockhampton and Yeppoon,
the following will be the time table of
Rockhampton for Yeppoon at 2.30 p.m.
Friday leaves Yeppoon 7 a.m. for Rock-
hamptn and leaves Rockhampton 5.30
p.m. for Yeppoon. Saturday leaves Yep-
poon 7 a.m. and leaves Rockhampton at
1.30 p.m. Sunday. The Coach will re-
main at Yeppoon and runs trips as ad-
vised from Ocean View Cafe. Fares:
single. Booking offices at DOWLING'S
BUREAU and Ocean View Cafe, Yep-
poon.-—Advt.
Advertising (Advertising), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Wednesday 7 May 1924 [Issue No.18,497] page 8 2019-08-19 05:55 JJ, 0 * CHIPPS,
Or cr
Brisbane, Hockhampton,
P.O. Box MS. Phone 446.
gi PILKINGTON,
K East-street. 'Phone 953.
A. H. M'NICOL,
DEN BAH-STREET,
{Newt Evans.)
ROY CHIPPS,
Over
Brisbane, Rockhampton,
P.O. Box 308. Phone 446.
B! P I L K I N G T O N,
East-street. 'Phone 955.
A. H. McNICOL,
DENHAM-STREET,
(Next Evans.)
Advertising (Advertising), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Monday 16 January 1922 [Issue No.17,779] page 1 2019-08-19 05:53 IX HOCKHAMPTON.
Conducted by the Church of Engînnd,
with the olijcel of introducing .? That
Homo Atmosphere" into thc life of the
(?HIL while thc is attending School away
from brr own Home. Thc authorities
loivo proof over and over again that it
Las succeeded in its aim.
, MAD YOUR GIRLS TO ROCKHAMP-
'Ko better Education can be obtained than
in ItorkliHiupton, und there ia not a bet-
ter pince fur Girls to Hoard than at the
Fies: Girls 12 and over, £12 12B. per
trim; under 12, £11 Ila. per tenn. The
mu.ill cha.'ge of ls. per week is made lor
itt. Paul's Hostel, Tho Range, Rockhamp-
BLACK rot BTEBTTH11M In MOT 4*4
QUASI
IN ROCKHAMTPON.
Conducted by the Church of England
with the object of introducing " That
Home Atmosphere " into the life of the
GIRL while she is attending School away
from her own Home. The authorities
have proof over and over again that it
has succeeded in its aim.
SEND YOUR GIRLS TO ROCKHAMP-
No better Education can be obtained than
in Rockhampton, and there is not a bet-
ter place for Girls to Board than at the
Fees: Girls 12 and over, £12 12s. per
term ; under 12, £11 11s. per term. The
small charge of 1s. per week is made lor
St. Paul's Hostel, The Range, Rockhamp-
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