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2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,006
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,264
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,912
...
2204 leo1van 13,682
2205 ClemLoz 13,676
2206 Rockingham20 13,674
2207 PeterRW1 13,660
2208 BrianBrady 13,659
2209 LynHudson-Williamson 13,659

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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,945
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,006
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,243
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,899
...
2201 BrianBrady 13,659
2202 LynHudson-Williamson 13,659
2203 gtarchie 13,658
2204 PeterRW1 13,654
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2 PhilThomas 128,792
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
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2309 pearcejuliem 6
2310 petajones 6
2311 peteregg 6
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2313 phillyh 6
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Throat-Cutting Story INTENT TO MURDER ALLEGED Sensational Evidence at Police Court Defendant Committed for Trial on Two Charges (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 23 July 1936 page 3 2019-10-10 21:44 street, Mudgee.on the evening
grievous bodily harm he was com
in connection with the Other charge.
July 9. He went to a house in Denl
son-street, occupied by Mrs. Free
Sergeant Beggs said: 'You've
made a job of it,' and the defend
suicide and inflicting grievous bod
snap" In his brain, and asked the
A razor, , alleged to be the one |
said that she was. the wife of the
Nancarrow. on a bee-farm, and she
was satisfied, for her to leave Wyag
about a week 'at Christmas. He
She obtained a position as laun
They then 'had a few words.' He
'had words' about a divorce. The
to her. She said she was too frigh
law.' He had been living at' Bath-
street, Mudgee on the evening
grievous bodily harm he was com-
in connection with the other charge.
July 9. He went to a house in Denl-
son-street, occupied by Mrs. Free-
Sergeant Beggs said: "You've
made a job of it," and the defend
suicide and inflicting grievous bod-
snap" in his brain, and asked the
A razor, alleged to be the one
said that she was the wife of the
Nancarrow on a bee-farm, and she
near Rylstone. The defendant re-
was satisfied, for her to leave Wyag-
about a week at Christmas. He
She obtained a position as laun-
They then "had a few words." He
"had words" about a divorce. The
to her. She said she was too frigh-
law.' He had been living at Bath-
Throat-Cutting Story INTENT TO MURDER ALLEGED Sensational Evidence at Police Court Defendant Committed for Trial on Two Charges (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 23 July 1936 page 3 2019-10-10 21:32 Throat-CuttingStory
INTENT Td MURDER
ALLiGB)
..V : ??' = -.
Trial on fWv Charges
» STORY of a rator slashing
strcet, Mudgee.on the evening
when Edward Archibald James I
suie'de.
mitted for trial at the Centra)
tion witli the last-mentioned charge
Eon-street, occupied by Mrs. Free
the verandah near the door anC
...poke to Miss Mayfree Freeman and
liou.se. They went to the back part
call out: 'Here I am.'
made a job of it,' and tho defend
finish it off .with this, old knife, but
it was no use.' The defendant also
said: 'I hope I got;her.- I've been
months,' the witness added.
witness replied that,' as far as he
the charge! would be attempting
said that something had 'gone
snap' In his brain, and asked the
tupposed he would get three or four
vears for it.
the defendant had in his hand, were 1
Continuing his evidence, the wit
had said: ? 'Put a bullet in me, ser
I'll do it.'
Denlson-street,. and was employed
had been married 'she had lived at
Bylone. De'nman.Wldden. Charbon.
and latterly* at Wyagdon, near
lived, with, him. Tljere werequar
a quarrel' with Mr. Nancarrow over
the child.',. She did not leave be
had done. I, She came home to her
near Rylstqnt. .Thedefendant re
mained at'.Wyagilbn.i Prior to that
they had jtadqu»rrels and he had
hit her aind . knocked her down.
' After ahe. went. to her mother's, the
defendant '.sent her a few pounds.
I*ter she came to. Mudgee with her
mother, anil .'obtains# a position as
laundress |fttagee Hospital.
The' defendait, tol witness said,
don and tfy.'to' get a' position. She
left Wyag^op about nine months
?to. .. Bhe,hid »een the defendant
?wee she ttft him, and before July
The jwimlint cam* here for
witness would' be there at night
time. She Nwas at Bathurst for a
stayed with him- there. She went
been opened. _ Her husband may
have had one'or two drinks, but was
from going'inside the house, saying
that he waited to go away and talk
to her. Siie sail} she was too frigh
tened to go' any where. ?
The defendttnt punched her In
say: 'Look .out ;Connie, Ted's got a
razor!' sfie' later saw the defend
she was. :''liie trouble was not over
a disagreement' with her husband
oVer Glew. '.She was on friendly
terms wWMitr husband till July 9.
supposed- V have razor marks on
her face anil throat.
? SISTER'S EVIDENCE.
Mayfree Freeman sa:d that she
The defendant was her brotherin
law.' He--§a^ been living at' Bath-
urst in 're^entjjinftn^hs. * She knew
that the'' Bejeidaiit '. and his wife
had not., -M*iT jibing together for
some mimg^^^^saw, .the. defend
ant at tne hospital on the morning
of July 9. 'Her sister was there, too.
Her slsteij asked the defendant why
he was there ^and'he replied tfiathe
had lost hlsjo'o-; He -'asked her 'If
she had i kiss {br hftn, and she
saiil: 'No; I'i»ave no kiss for silly
fools.' , He said, that l-e had not
given up lilfi-jjob, £ut had come' over
for the lorc as.|fe hid sold it. He
said that wanted 'to talk, to his
wife alonf, S&nd/thr witness then
claim Marie.; ,Hta wlfe said that lf
he thought ji- oiujiji 9lBim her to
30 ahead, as; if |fc,WoUld not go on
with the divorce, ' she would. Her
her throat; tft* th^d«tewlant left.
In thr'afterfioon, the defendant
came In with a. bottle ot whisky.
He askedi tnem to have « drink, but
they refused. At lunch 'the defend/
would light his wife for Marie.
pjn., the defendant was at the gate,
and ysked his wife to talk with
Two* minutes later she heard her
kill the lot 'of them, and punched
down.'
the defendant, she ran to ring tJie
was, and Dicked ud a stink.
Arthur lioy Glew. who described
lived at 19 Denlson-street, where lie
had known Mrs. Ferguson, the de
On July !) he returned home be
tween 5 and 5.30 p.m. He was In tho
fitting room, and the defendant was
me ueienaani proaucea a razor,
hit him and he came again. The I
slashing him on the forehead. The j
defendant then left him. and he ;
called out: 'Look out, he's coming I
Evidence or tne injuries sustained
ting instrument! Thev wounds on
the chin went to tlie bone, but the
1 neck wounds were Just through the
N6nft of She wounds were danger
ous to Hie.
parently made with' ah Instrument
The charge was then' read to the
the application was', refused.
OTHER CHABGE.
Th charge of Initiating grievous
bodily harm on 01«w wai thtn
Glew gave evidence largely
lar to that which he had given . In
the othei case. He said that 'he
had been in hospital two days 'as a
result of his injury, and wa!l'stlll..
under medical treatment: TW 'de
. fendant.'he said, was sober. ' ' v '?
Dr. Cameron stated that Glcfw had
extending down behind the' left'ear,
caused .by a sharp, cutting Instru
ment/Only the skin and the;tiinte
beneath the skin were severed,' Wit
Glew lost a considerable ambtmt
blood. The' wound could have taceii
inflicted with a razor. ' '?'.'?'♦pj.t5'' '
In- answer to Mr. McPherson; ttfe '
witness said that ' the; cut; wu: 9
dangerous one. 'Glew
bled to death had hc not rogyiTMf
prompt attention. Three'-lutatfts
had been severed. , ' ' '
Sergeant Barry also gave 'etM^
ence largely similar to that 'wfhloh -
he had : given In the othw.ci^ -'!'
The' 'defendant reservad,';')ua:''4i-
fence/' and lfilr. McPherson:' feoflBtd
for ball, which wa» grialliC'H- c''-
Throat-Cutting Story
INTENT TO MURDER
ALLEGED
---------------
Trial on Two Charges
A STORY of a razor slashing
street, Mudgee.on the evening
when Edward Archibald James
suicide.
mitted for trial at the Central
tion with the last-mentioned charge
son-street, occupied by Mrs. Free
the verandah near the door and
spoke to Miss Mayfree Freeman and
house. They went to the back part
call out: "Here I am."
made a job of it,' and the defend
finish it off with this, old knife, but
it was no use.The defendant also
said: "I hope I got her.- I've been
months," the witness added.
witness replied that, as far as he
the charge would be attempting
said that something had "gone
snap" In his brain, and asked the
supposed he would get three or four
years for it.
the defendant had in his hand, were
Continuing his evidence, the wit-
had said: "Put a bullet in me, ser
I'll do it."
Denlson-street, and was employed
had been married she had lived at
Bylong, Denman, Wldden, Charbon,
and latterly at Wyagdon, near
lived, with, him. There were quar
a quarrel with Mr. Nancarrow over
the child. She did not leave be
had done. She came home to her
near Rylstone .The defendant re
mained at Wyagdon. Prior to that
they had quarrels and he had
hit her and knocked her down.
After she went to her mother's, the
defendant sent her a few pounds.
Iater she came to. Mudgee with her
mother, and obtained a position as
laundress at the Mudgee Hospital.
The defendant the witness said,
don and try to get a position. She
left Wyagdon about nine months
ago. She had seen the defendant
since she left him, and before July
9 The defendant came here for
witness would be there at night
time. She was at Bathurst for a
stayed with him there. She went
been opened. Her husband may
have had one or two drinks, but was
from going inside the house, saying
that he wanted to go away and talk
to her. She said she was too frigh
tened to go any where.
The defendant punched her In
say: 'Look out Connie, Ted's got a
razor!' she later saw the defend
she was. The trouble was not over
a disagreement with her husband
over Glew. She was on friendly
terms with husband till July 9.
supposed to have razor marks on
her face and throat.
SISTER'S EVIDENCE.
Mayfree Freeman said that she
The defendant was her brother-in-
law.' He had been living at' Bath-
urst in recent months. She knew
that the defendant and his wife
had not been living together for
some months saw, the defend
ant at the hospital on the morning
of July 9. Her sister was there, too.
Her slster asked the defendant why
he was there and he replied that he
had lost hls job He asked her if
she had a kiss for him, and she
said "No; I have no kiss for silly
fools.", He said, that he had not
given up his job, but had come over
for the lorry as he had sold it. He
said that wanted to talk to his
wife alone and so the witness then
claim Marie. His wife said that lf
he thought he had claim to her to
go ahead, and if he would not go on
with the divorce, she would. Her
her throat after the defendent left.
In the afternoon, the defendant
came In with a bottle of whisky.
He asked them to have drink, but
they refused. At lunch the defend-
would fight his wife for Marie.
pm, the defendant was at the gate,
and asked his wife to talk with
Two minutes later she heard her
kill the lot of them, and punched
down.
the defendant, she ran to ring the
was, and picked up a stick.
Arthur Roy Glew who described
lived at 19 Denlson-street, where he
had known Mrs. Ferguson, the de-
On July he returned home be-
tween 5 and 5.30 p.m. He was In the
sitting room, and the defendant was
The defendant produced a razor,
hit him and he came again. The
slashing him on the forehead. The
defendant then left him. and he
called out: 'Look out, he's coming
Evidence or the injuries sustained
ting instrument The wounds on
the chin went to the bone, but the
neck wounds were just through the
None of the wounds were danger-
ous to life
parently made with' an Instrument
The charge was then read to the
the application was refused.
OTHER CHARGE.
The charge of Initiating grievous
bodily harm on Glew was then
Glew gave evidence largely simi-
lar to that which he had given in
the other case. He said that he
had been in hospital two days as a
result of his injury, and was stlll..
under medical treatment: The de
fendant he said, was sober.
Dr. Cameron stated that Glew had
extending down behind the left ear,
caused by a sharp, cutting Instru
ment. Only the skin and the tissue
beneath the skin were severed,but
Glew lost a considerable amount of
blood. The wound could have been
inflicted with a razor.
In answer to Mr. McPherson, the
witness said that the cut was a
dangerous one. 'Glew could have
bled to death had he not received
prompt attention. Three arteries
had been severed.
Sergeant Barry also gave evi
ence largely similar to that which
he had given in the other cases
The defendant reserved his de-
fence and Mr McPherson applied
for bail which was granted
LOCAL NEWS Merriwa and Cassilis (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Monday 26 March 1928 page 1 2019-10-08 18:31 . , Mrs. ? W. Warner, who passed
aWay last week, was one of the
oldest and most respccted residenfcs
wlnyi but four years of age, as-^
. .ever since. . Her husband predeceas
old. character, .she was uuiversally
.esteemed;' and her death will ho
by one son and Ave daughters, viz:
gee; Mrs. R. J. Scifieet, Wyong
Hi Stuckey, Rozelle; Mrs. Munroc,
Perth; arfl Walter, Marrickvllle.
To the sorrowing ones vre extend
deep - sympathy. . ?
Mrs. W. Warner, who passed
away last week, was one of the
oldest and most respected residents
when but four years of age, asd
ever since. Her husband predeceas-
old character, she was universally
esteemed and her death will be
by one son and five daughters, viz:
gee; Mrs. R. J. Scifleet, Wyong
H Stuckey, Rozelle; Mrs. Munroe,
Perth; and Walter, Marrickvllle.
To the sorrowing ones we extend
deep sympathy.
DEATH OF MR. HERBERT J. A. BURKE (Article), Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh (NSW : 1929 - 1942), Thursday 4 December 1941 page 3 2019-09-14 16:03 05 years. The deceased was bom
ill Bathurst, and married in Syd
ney to Miss Edna May Wood, wlio
following l'aruily:-Una Pearl
May (Mrs. Cassoi. SydneyV Her
bert John (QueenBla ?
65 years. The deceased was born
in Bathurst, and married in Syd
ney to Miss Edna May Wood, who
following family :-Una, Pearl
May (Mrs. Casson Sydney) Her
bert John (Queensland)
MR. SAMUEL MCCRACKEN DEATH YESTERDAY AFTERNOON (Article), The Bundaberg Mail (Qld. : 1917 - 1925), Thursday 16 April 1925 [Issue No.8,964] page 5 2019-09-09 21:36 the sad news filtered through the.
city of the death of Mr. Samuel'
McCracken; the genial host of the ,
was no more popular townsman than -
the late Mr. McCracken,- who was
served the interests ot the ratepay
committeeman- of the Bundaberg
Show Society, and did much; useful
work as a- member of that body. A
incident to relate that on the oc
every team that was formed. Charit
in his home for a time he entered -
where it was deemed necessary to -
amputate his leg & couple of weeks i
ly. .
59 years of age, was a native ot
and Mr. McCrdcken was Immediately
good will of, the old Custom House
and took up their, residence , at .
sons — Jack, James and Sam- and
las — to mourn their "sad loss, and
the sad news filtered through the
city of the death of Mr. Samuel
McCracken the genial host of the
was no more popular townsman than
the late Mr. McCracken, who was
served the interests of the ratepay-
committeeman of the Bundaberg
Show Society, and did much useful
work as a member of that body. A
incident to relate that on the oc-
every team that was formed. Charit-
in his home for a time he entered
where it was deemed necessary to
amputate his leg & couple of weeks
ly.
59 years of age, was a native of
and Mr. McCracken was Immediately
good will of the old Custom House
and took up their residence at
sons — Jack, James and Sam - and
las — to mourn their sad loss, and
MR. SAMUEL MCCRACKEN DEATH YESTERDAY AFTERNOON (Article), The Bundaberg Mail (Qld. : 1917 - 1925), Thursday 16 April 1925 [Issue No.8,964] page 5 2019-09-09 21:31 death yesterday afternoon -
. Itoyal Hotel, — a true sport, ana a .
whole community. - Although a busy
man so- far as. his own affairs were
concerned, he always found time -<
Ipublic life of the town and district.
I For a period of several years he
ers of Bundaherg on the City Coun-
cil, when Bundaberg was . proclaim-
eel a city in 1913. He was also a '
member of tlio Gooburrum Shire
terestsof tho ratepayers of that
Shire. An ardent -supporter of the
inception, he was alBO an active
keen' follower of the- turf, he had
holding -responsible oiflce cm more
than one occasion. In sporting clr;
cies lie stood out prominently, as-
iilm. He supported this Club rignt
up to the hilt, .and it is rather a sad
River, the boat, in- which Arthur
Baynes retained his -title as cham-'
pion acuuer oc cne aiuie, wan |iur-
chascd from the champion by the
Hon;' C. F., Nielsori and Mr. Mc
Cracken, who made- a present of the
rest. ' Cricket, football, tennis were
liberally supported "by Mr. McCrack
able institutions always had a warm-,
McCracken ,who wero .ever ready
charity. With such a -fine record l€
is little wander that tlio passing qt
such a sterling citizen' and sport'
.gret. It was early thin yoar that
in bis home for a time he entered -
St. . Vincent's private hospital, and
from there he proceeded 1 to Bris
great fortitude, and- was looking for
last week-end he. took a turn for,
; ence of his devoted wife, who had
JUUII HI ' WUOVCtUt, . OVVVUHUUVW
:liroughout his , protracted illness,
rad the other members of the faml-
Tho lnte Mr. McCracken., who was
59 years ot age, was a native ot
Harried, and subsequently they
ed by their eldest soU, Jack, then' a
North Bundaberg in tho year, 1888,
nad Mr. McCrdcken was Immediately
given employment on Btngora plan
tation,' where he followed the
ly esteemed ' by the firm of Gibson
and" Howes. After serving his em
to Bundaherg, and took over the
Taitersalla Hotel in South . Bunda
berg, where they put. In two years,
good will of, the old, Custom House
management. Four yonrs later, Mr;
possession ot tho Palace Hotel,
whore tliey continued to improve In
popularity. Thirteen 'yeara, were
spent lh the I'niace, and 'they' then
decided to retire troni active ' life.
and took up ' their, residence , o .
ICiilkle. tlowovcr.' becoming tired '6t'
tills life, they took over the Royni
ceased gentleman is survived Jiy I"
spns — Jack, James and 9am-r-and
three daughtcra — Mrs. R. Fyke,
Mrs. Geo. Rankin and Mrs. R. Doug- ;
to whom much sympathy will lie
extended. Mr. James Porter, D'n-;
ghra, is A - brother-in-law .of the ln '.e ,
Mr. McCracken, who also has t:. .
nonhAWR. Messrs Malcolm. - Jant".
and Matthew McCracken, who wcfV
induced to come out 1ty their, uncle.'
on the occasion of Mr. and Mrs: M
Crackeii's trip home,' some 14 year's
ag'oi and are now worthy settlers
of Ruhyanna. The body will arrive'
from, Brisbane this morning, / and
tlie funeral will move from St. An
drew's Presbyterian Church, at . . 3
In; the General Cemetery, the .r.y-.
Mr. C. H. Garland. Mombers of the
the baud rooms at 2.39 this after
noon for tho purposo of attending
the funeral. , '
DEATH YESTERDAY AFTERNOON
Royal Hotel, — a true sport, and a
whole community. Although a busy
man so far as his own affairs were
concerned, he always found time
public life of the town and district.
For a period of several years he
ers of Bundaberg on the City Coun-
cil, when Bundaberg was proclaim-
ed a city in 1913. He was also a
member of the Gooburrum Shire
terests of the ratepayers of that
Shire. An ardent supporter of the
inception, he was also an active
keen follower of the turf, he had
holding responsible office on more
than one occasion. In sporting cir-
cles he stood out prominently, as-
him. He supported this Club right
up to the hilt, and it is rather a sad
River, the boat, in which Arthur
Baynes retained his title as cham-
pion sculler of the state was pur-
chased from the champion by the
Hon. C. F., Nielson and Mr. Mc
Cracken, who made a present of the
rest. Cricket, football, tennis were
liberally supported by Mr. McCrack
able institutions always had a warm-
McCracken ,who were ever ready
charity. With such a fine record it
is little wonder that the passing of
such a sterling citizen and sport
gret. It was early this year that
in his home for a time he entered -
St.Vincent's private hospital, and
from there he proceeded to Bris
great fortitude, and was looking for
last week-end he took a turn for,
ence of his devoted wife, who had
been in constant attendance
throughout his protracted illness,
and the other members of the faml-
The late Mr. McCracken who was
59 years of age, was a native ot
Married, and subsequently they
ed by their eldest son, Jack, then a
North Bundaberg in the year, 1888,
and Mr. McCrdcken was Immediately
given employment on Bingera plan
tation, where he followed the
ly esteemed by the firm of Gibson
and Howes. After serving his em
to Bundaberg, and took over the
Tattersalls Hotel in South Bunda
berg, where they put In two years,
good will of, the old Custom House
management. Four years later, Mr;
possession of the Palace Hotel,
where they continued to improve In
popularity. Thirteen years were
spent in the Palace, and they then
decided to retire from active life.
and took up their, residence , at .
Kalkie. However becoming tired of
this life, they took over the Royal
ceased gentleman is survived by his
sons — Jack, James and Sam- and
three daughters— Mrs. R. Pyke,
Mrs. Geo. Rankin and Mrs. R. Doug-
to whom much sympathy will be
extended. Mr. James Porter, Bin-
gera, is a brother-in-law of the late
Mr. McCracken, who also has two
nephews. Messrs Malcolm, James
and Matthew McCracken, who were
induced to come out by their, uncle.
on the occasion of Mr. and Mrs: Mc-
Crackens trip home, some 14 year's
ago and are now worthy settlers
of Rubyanna. The body will arrive
from, Brisbane this morning, and
the funeral will move from St. An
drew's Presbyterian Church, at 3
In the General Cemetery, the ar-
Mr. C. H. Garland. Members of the
the band rooms at 2.30 this after
noon for the purpose of attending
the funeral.
PERSONAL. (Article), The Bundaberg Mail (Qld. : 1917 - 1925), Friday 9 December 1921 [Issue No.7,441] page 3 2019-09-09 17:53 Yesterday's Maryborough. f'Cpron-
ido" stated tiiat one of Maryboropgh's'
rnost I sincerely, and . esteemed, citizens
passed away on' .Wednesday afternoon,
,in„. the , person of Mr. , Robniifi . Afarsh. ' ,
Tbero .liuii boon nii more fnmiliar iignra
in- Aiaryborongh for the Inst ,60 yoars,
and. thougl) lip had reached tjio ago of
85 years and seven months th'ero will
bo;,depp.s,orrovy.for_hie.. death, amongst
n. large virclo of .friends, and. ...much
sympathy for his ngod widow, and, fam
ily in their bereavement. . Ttio . deceased
was born in tho town of Street, '.Bom-
orsgt, Englanil,, anil,, enmo , out to
Quoensinnd in tho immigrant ship,
Parses in tho year I8S7.. Ho landed
in .Brisbane, whom ho remained, until
tho Gympio gold rush. in 1867, in ivhieh
lie took part. From Gympio ho came
to . Maryborough , in 1 868 .and lortininod
Uioro oyer since, following; the.. occu
pation of . general carter, unit lime nnd
coal, raoyebnnt. Dcspito ! his igrpnt age
ho nay! bo .said, to have died, in har
ness as ho carried ou his, .business
actively right 'up to tho :.timo of his
short illness, leaving .a! widow i and
grown-up; family of four, sans .' nnd
four daughters. Thoy, n.ro Mossrp W. O.
anil Robert B. Marsh (Bundnberg), Al
fred (Ipswiohj >uid. 'Arthur (Brisbane (,
Mosdniiioa R, TVllson' niid G. Prico
(Maryhorough), Airs. T. teaney .(How.
ard) . and Miss Alarsh .(Maryborough),
Also "3. grnnd-cliildren. and. 16 .great-
grand-children. Ho was a. foundation
member, of the M.U.I.O.O.F, Lodge in
Afaryborough, nnd olso a, trustee of tlio.
Methodist CImreh. .Tlio funeral. .ye$tGr«>:
day nt Aiaryborqiigh was largely,, at
tended, It' may bo of interest to' know .
that tho, deceased 6ns ..two. sisters' nnd
a .brother living in 'England, and a
s|Btor in.ynncoiivcr, nil over .80, yyars '
of.ajgo.i'.,., 1 . ..
Yesterday's Maryborough. "Chron-
icle" stated that one of Maryborough's
most sincerely, and esteemed, citizens
passed away on Wednesday afternoon,
in the person of Mr. Robert Marsh.
There had been no more familiar figure
in Maryborough for the last ,60 years,
and though he had reached the age of
85 years and seven months there will
be deep sorrow for his death, amongst
a large circle of friends, and much
sympathy for his aged widow, and, fam
ily in their bereavement. . The deceased
was born in the town of Street, Som-
erset, England, and came , out to
Queensland in the immigrant ship,
Parsee in the year I857. He landed
in Brisbane, where he remained, until
the Gympie gold rush in 1867, in which
he took part. From Gympie he came
to Maryborough , in 1868 and remained
there ever since, following the occu-
pation of general carter, and lime and
coal, merchant. Despite his great age
he may be said, to have died, in har-
ness as he carried out his business
actively right up to the time of his
short illness, leaving a widow and
grown-up family of four, sons and
four daughters. They are Messrs W. G.
and Robert B. Marsh (Bundaberg), Al
fred (Ipswich) and Arthur (Brisbane (
Mesdames R, Wilson and G. Price
(Maryborough), Mrs. T. Reaney (How.
ard) and Miss Marsh .(Maryborough),
Also 23 grand-children and 16 great-
grand-children. He was a foundation
member of the M.U.I.O.O.F, Lodge in
Maryborough, and also a trustee of the
Methodist Church. The funeral yester
day at Maryborough was largely at
tended, It may be of interest to know .
that the deceased has two sisters and
a brother living in England, and a
sister in Vancouver all over 80 years
of age
DEATH OF MR. R TOTTEN. LARGE FUNERAL OF AN OLD BUNDABERG RESIDENT. (Article), The Bundaberg Mail and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1892 - 1917), Thursday 6 August 1908 [Issue No.3569] page 3 2019-09-09 12:00 The death of Mr. lRobert Totten,
Manager of tho Bundabcrg Co-opera
R. Ruddcll, had already settled. His
count In Targo-street, and on dis-
H. H. Nolan, in the course of' an
The death of Mr. Robert Totten,
Manager of tho Bundabcrg Co-opera
R. Ruddell, had already settled. His
count in Targo-street, and on dis-
H. H. Nolan, in the course of an
death that he would, like all present,
Death of Mrs. R. Totten. (Article), The Bundaberg Mail (Qld. : 1917 - 1925), Thursday 14 September 1922 [Issue No.8,174] page 2 2019-09-09 10:22 Death of Mrs. R. Totton.
of th<» most direct chains that hai
venerable age of approximately S4
years -Mrs. KODfrt 'iottcu passea
time, and her demise was not alto
will bo deeply mourned not alone l>>
1ifc and has left to posterity much to
members "of her family in many wnys
at .various times, but there arc few who
fricnd\y sacrifices that tire now de
ceased lady performed at a ' period
I when friendship and honest help and
, advice was 'so very necessary. Mrs.
Totton was twice married. With her
Queensland 'in 1859. As a result of an
accident 'a .-few years lter 8he was
slfc. met Mr. Robert .Totten to whom
sho was married in Ipswich, and ia
tliov caiuo to Bundaberg, Mr. Tottcn
in tliOR. old monor»!iifr dnv - Ktnml-
and ab\r assisted in every progressive
movement that was introduced. Prac
tically up to tho time of his demise,
fourteen years ago, he was an nctivo
Mrs. Tottcn is survived by four sons
sons aro 'Messrs James and David
Bvers and Mrs. W. G. Marsh. To 'per
mit of the .arrival from' 'Brisbane of
relatives the funeral will take place nt
ed to Mcssr# F. C. Brown. & Co.
Death of Mrs. R. Totten.
of the most direct chains that has
venerable age of approximately 84
years Mrs.Robert Totten passed
time, and her demise was not alto-
will be deeply mourned not alone by
life and has left to posterity much to
members of her family in many ways
at various times, but there are few who
friendly sacrifices that the now de-
ceased lady performed at a period
when friendship and honest help and
advice was so very necessary. Mrs.
Totten was twice married. With her
Queensland in 1859. As a result of an
accident a few years later she was
she met Mr. Robert Totten to whom
she was married in Ipswich, and in
they came to Bundaberg, Mr. Totten
in those old pioneering days stead-
and ably assisted in every progressive
movement that was introduced. Prac-
tically up to the time of his demise,
fourteen years ago, he was an active
Mrs. Totten is survived by four sons
sons are Messrs James and David
Bvers and Mrs. W. G. Marsh. To per
mit of the arrival from Brisbane of
relatives the funeral will take place at
ed to Messrs F. C. Brown. & Co.
Death of Mrs Carnell. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Monday 18 April 1921 page 9 2019-09-04 13:56 gate), Mr. Samuel Camell (Moun-
gate), Mr. Samuel Carnell (Moun-

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