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FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. BOY'S NECK BROKEN. Blyth, December 13. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Wednesday 15 December 1909 [Issue No.15,963] page 10 2019-11-05 19:11 FATALITIES AND
j A fatal accident befell Paul Valentine
Kostera, a son of Mr. P. Kostera, cf
the town for a bale of bags in h tip-dray.
in endeavoring to dodge as much as pos-
i whirled along the road, the young fellow
that he was off the track- When along-¡
? side the fence the dray ran into a tree,
t Bale of bags came out after him and fell
j partly across one arm and his back.- He
I was found in this position by Mr. A.
I Jericho, who immediately went for the
I him home, after which Dr. Lander and
the Clare police were sent for. An <
FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS
A fatal accident befell Paul Valentine
Kostera, a son of Mr. P. Kostera, of
the town for a bale of bags in a tip-dray.
whirled along the road, the young fellow
that he was off the track. When along-
side the fence the dray ran into a tree,
bale of bags came out after him and fell
partly across one arm and his back. He
was found in this position by Mr. A.
Jericho, who immediately went for the
him home, after which Dr. Lander and
the Clare police were sent for. An
FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. TRAM-CAR DERAILED AT FULHAM. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Thursday 17 August 1911 [Issue No.16,485] page 10 2019-11-05 17:54 I At Fulham on Wednesday afternoon
Mrs. France« Kostera, wife of Mr. Paul
near Iîiyth on Saturday. At 11 p.m. Mr.
Kostera retired to bed, leaving hie wife io
apparently good health attending som«
bread. Three hours later she expired'
from heart failure. The deceased was 5Ä
years of agt>, and was born in Poland, ar»
riving in Australia 51 years ago. For »
hills, then moving to B.yth. She was
highly respected. There are four son*
and -three daughters surviving.
At Fulham on Wednesday afternoon
Mrs. Frances Kostera, wife of Mr. Paul
near Blyth on Saturday. At 11 p.m. Mr.
Kostera retired to bed, leaving hie wife in
apparently good health attending some
bread. Three hours later she expired
from heart failure. The deceased was 50
years of age, and was born in Poland,
arriving in Australia 54 years ago. For a
hills, then moving to Blyth. She was
highly respected. There are four sons
and three daughters surviving.
A SUDDEN DEATH. Blyth, August 15. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Thursday 17 August 1911 [Issue No.14,389] page 4 2019-11-05 17:40 A SUDDEN' DEATH.
Blyth, Aitgnst 15.
aire, trances Rest era, wile ot Mr. ram
near Blytli on Saturday. At 11 pjn. Mr.J
Kostera retired to bed, leaving his wife in j
apparently good hearth, attending some
bread. Three houis" later she expired
years of age, and was born in Poland, ar
•number of years she resided near Seven
hills, then moving to . Blyth. She was
highly respected. "There are four sons
0nd three daughters surviving.
A SUDDEN DEATH.
Blyth, August 15.
Mrs Frances Kostera, wife of Mr Paul
near Blyth on Saturday. At 11 pm. Mr.
Kostera retired to bed, leaving his wife in
apparently good health, attending some
bread. Three hours later she expired
number of years she resided near Seven
hills, then moving to Blyth. She was
highly respected. There are four sons
and three daughters surviving.
IN MEMORIAM. (Article), Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), Monday 17 February 1913 [Issue No.7654] page 2 2019-11-05 17:31 WAYMAN.-In lovinR remembrance of
.Frances Catherin AVayman, who died
on February 17, 1912. At rest. In
, aerted by hor loving mother, father,
WAYMAN.-In loving remembrance of
Frances Catherin Wayman, who died
Inserted by her loving mother, father,
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 23 August 1856 [Issue No.687] page 5 2019-11-05 15:41 SmPHNG INTELLIGENCE.
Marianne, and Jacob Nickel, Andreas, Fraucisea, An-
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Marianne, and Jacob Nickel, Andreas, Francisca, An-
No title (Article), Queensland Country Life (Qld. : 1900 - 1954), Thursday 9 December 1954 [Issue No.22] page 14 2019-11-04 19:06 J catton college '
{diploma day.— !
J Graham Jans, Lyn- i
f wood» Pittsworth, (ells J
0 his mother, Mrs. f. e. $
{ j a n z, and sisters J
1 Daphne and Helen, j
f something of what the t
{ college U doing with J
N the humble .cob of corn. 4.
GATTON COLLEGE
DIPLOMA DAY
Graham Janz, Lynwood
Pittsworth, tells
his mother, Mrs. F. E.
Janz and sisters
Daphne and Helen
something of what the
college is doing with
the humble cob of corn.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 18 October 1947 page 22 2019-10-30 12:11 DEERING. Maria.-In loving memory
of JE_?^_,.H___-! ~navr"^ In iS-? 12" memory
SLi^bc__^^"q^-f--!Da^__dr-!_i-Vi__S2"
?__l J___%___7r _%_*____? _t2_-___t*i___V
525 SISf n offonshlne she sleeps lnper
DEERING. Marta.-In loving memory
of of dear mother, who passed away
suddenly, October 19 1946. In God's
beautiful garden of sunshine she sleeps
in perfect peace. - inserted by her son
Frand and daughter in law Gladys.
OBITUARY. MR. F. E. JOLLY. Hynam, July 17th. (Article), The Narracoorte Herald (SA : 1875 - 1954), Friday 20 July 1945 [Issue No.7125] page 7 2019-10-28 15:45 Hvnarn. .Tnlv 17th.
The death occurred on July 12th at J
the Narraeoorte Hospital of Mr. Fran
cis Edward Jolly, of Hynam, at thai |
age of 44 years,. The late Mr. Jolly I
was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. \
Ted ^Jolly (deceased) and was born i
at Goolwa iu the year 19Q1. He work- ■
manage' a property for Mr., W. S.
Stevenson, of M,undaIIa; where he
resided for about four /years. The
coining to Hynam. He played foot
becoming worse, he was conveyed "to
a widow and five children, viz.," Paul
(R.lA.AF.), Joan, Bruce, Jim and Kay ;
Mrs. A. Murray and "Mrs. D. Johnson
ceased were • laid to rest in the Nar
Rev. W. J. Curtis. (
Hynarn. Julv 17th.
The death occurred on July 12th at
the Narracoorte Hospital of Mr. Fran
cis Edward Jolly, of Hynam, at the
age of 44 years. The late Mr. Jolly
was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Jolly (deceased) and was born
at Goolwa in the year 1901. He work-
manage a property for Mr. W. S.
Stevenson, of MundaIIa where he
resided for about four years. The
coming to Hynam. He played foot
becoming worse, he was conveyed to
a widow and five children, viz., Paul
(R.A.AF.), Joan, Bruce, Jim and Kay ;
Mrs. A. Murray and Mrs. D. Johnson
ceased were laid to rest in the Nar
Rev. W. J. Curtis.
OUR KADINA POLICE. TO THE EDITOR. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 29 December 1888 [Issue No.2677] page 2 2019-10-27 18:24 OUB KADINA POLICE.
TO THE EDITOB.
Sib,-I see by the issue of your paper
of the 22nd lost, that I was charged by
the ranger with obstructing a road in tbe
had to be adjourned aa tbe summons bad
not been served, aa 1 was a young man
I at .first treated the affair as a joke, as I
have been to Kadina some sere a or eight
times between the time when tbe informa
tion ./was laid and conrt day, and bare
not do so. Bat some people seem to
4hink that I left the .district to keep out
of the way, and* I have been jeered and
! insulted on that account. In justice to
myself I think it only fur to put the real
to make such a statement as tbat in
them. I think tbat when the head of tbe
and put in tbe detective denartment
without-delay.
OUR KADINA POLICE.
TO THE EDITOR.
Sir,-I see by the issue of your paper
of the 22nd inst, that I was charged by
the ranger with obstructing a road in the
had to be adjourned as the summons had
not been served, as 1 was a young man
I at first treated the affair as a joke, as I
have been to Kadina some seven or eight
times between the time when the informa
tion was laid and court day, and have
not do so. But some people seem to
think that I left the district to keep out
of the way, and I have been jeered and
insulted on that account. In justice to
myself I think it only fair to put the real
to make such a statement as that in
them. I think that when the head of the
and put in the detective department
without delay.
POLICE COURTS. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 19, 1888. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 22 December 1888 [Issue No.2675] page 2 2019-10-27 18:03 hoses Champion was charged on the in
public road in the Haodred of Wallaroo.
bad not been served. The defendant was
a youcg man, and it waa a difficult matter
Case adjourned ontil next court day.
Moses Champion was charged on the in
public road in the Handred of Wallaroo.
had not been served. The defendant was
a young man, and it was a difficult matter
Case adjourned until next court day.

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