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2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,204
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,270,960
5 Rhonda.M 3,093,536
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3984 MKHH 5,578
3985 atholmcdonald 5,576
3986 wongcilik54 5,571
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FUNERAL OF LATE MR. D. WEBSTER Large Cortege For Funeral of Mr. D. Webster (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 5 July 1937 page 2 2019-10-15 23:08 Amongst the representatives of public
The service at the house was con-
Amongst the representatives of public
The service at the house was con-
FUNERAL OF LATE MR. D. WEBSTER Large Cortege For Funeral of Mr. D. Webster (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 5 July 1937 page 2 2019-10-15 23:05 FUNERAL OF LATE MR.' D. WEBSTER
Mr- D. Webster
A vory largo and representative gath
life assompled at the residence of the
this morning to pay tribute to rps
memory, apd the employees of the com-
nnnles which Mr. Webster had founded,
to the number ol several hundred,
marched from the house to tha cemetery.
Amongst the representatives ef public
bodies were Mr. J. Downc, president,
and Mr. S. Benjamin, 'secretary, of the
president, and Mr. E. Heindorff, .secre
tary. of the Master Bakers' Association.
Mr. W. J. Tunlcy, representing the
Freolcagus, Consul for Greece, Mr. A. E,
Bickmorc, president of the Evangelisa
tion Society, and Mjf.R. Clark, _ Vice-
chairman of the auxillsry of the
The service at the house was con
ducted by Rev. W. Bell, assisted ..by
Revs. E. F. Heather and T. C. Warmer,
the Baptist Union. R. Sayce, secretary of
j GRAVESIDE TRIBUTE.
Rev. R. Sayce, speaking at the grave
side, said" that for many years the late
in the service of Goa and of his fellow
of toe Kingdom of God on earth. His
business life was marked by the great
The floral tributes comprised a coach
full of beautiful wreaths, which in
and Foreign Bible Society, as .well as
Rev. G. Haughan, President of the Queensland Baptist Union, in the right fore
FUNERAL OF LATE MR. D. WEBSTER
Mr. D. Webster
A very large and representative gath-
life assembled at the residence of the
this morning to pay tribute to his
memory, and the employees of the com-
panies which Mr. Webster had founded,
to the number of several hundred,
marched from the house to the cemetery.
Amongst the representatives of public
bodies were Mr. J. Dowrie, president,
and Mr. S. Benjamin, secretary, of the
president, and Mr. E. Heindorff, secre-
tary of the Master Bakers' Association.
Mr. W. J. Tunley, representing the
Freeleagus, Consul for Greece, Mr. A. E.
Bickmore, president of the Evangelisa-
tion Society, and Mr. R. Clark, vice-
chairman of the auxiliary of the British
The service at the house was con-
ducted by Rev. W. Bell, assisted by
Revs. E. F. Heather and T. C. Warriner,
the Baptist Union, R. Sayce, secretary of
GRAVESIDE TRIBUTE.
Rev. R. Sayce, speaking at the grave-
side, said that for many years the late
in the service of God and of his fellow
of the Kingdom of God on earth. His
business life was marked by the great-
The floral tributes comprised a coach
full of beautiful wreaths, which in-
and Foreign Bible Society, as well as
Rev. G. Haughan, President of the Queensland Baptist Union, in the right fore-
The Brisbane Courier. MONDAY, JULY 15, 1901. NATIONAL LIBERAL UNION. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 15 July 1901 [Issue No.13,574] page 4 2019-10-11 23:00 the Labour Party-the party of one
the Labour Party—the party of one
The Brisbane Courier. MONDAY, JULY 15, 1901. NATIONAL LIBERAL UNION. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 15 July 1901 [Issue No.13,574] page 4 2019-10-11 22:59 Ave understand the position aright, It is
desiied to oppose the organisation of
class-toy the organisation of all classes ;
and the Union is Ho be true to its name.
In View of the coming general election
such a move tis timely. If tlie experi-
ence of the Federal campaign Is not
to bo repeated, those who are opposed
doTvn, but so that the best men may
come to the liront. This -will not only
we understand the position aright, it is
desired to oppose the organisation of
class—by the organisation of all classes ;
and the Union is to be true to its name.
In view of the coming general election
such a move is timely. If the experi-
ence of the Federal campaign is not
to be repeated, those who are opposed
down, but so that the best men may
come to the front. This -will not only
Mr. David Webster. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Friday 13 November 1914 [Issue No.17,732] page 9 2019-09-27 23:36 being that the premise's In South Brisbane,
Have been rebuilt and renovated, and he states
he is now in a position to execute all orders
At old prices Mr. Webster has had a new
Travelling oven of the latest type installed by
Messrs Joseph Baker anD Sons, of Loudon, «who.
he states, havo also supplied him with the
most modern! biscuit machinery. An inspection
How up to date the business is, and to see The
well-known caterer, appears in this issue, this
being that the premises in South Brisbane,
have been rebuilt and renovated, and he states
he is now in a position to execute all orders at
old prices. Mr. Webster has had a new biscuit
travelling oven of the latest type installed by
Messrs. Joseph Baker and Sons, of London, who,
he states, have also supplied him with the
most modern biscuit machinery. An inspection
how up to date the business is, and to see the
BIG FIRE IN SOUTH BRISBANE. BISCUIT AND CAKE FACTORY PRACTICALLY GUTTED. HEAVY DAMAGE. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 10 August 1914 [Issue No.17,650] page 7 2019-09-27 23:31 skillion, lolly factory and, lolly store,
skillion, lolly factory, and lolly store,
BIG FIRE IN SOUTH BRISBANE. BISCUIT AND CAKE FACTORY PRACTICALLY GUTTED. HEAVY DAMAGE. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 10 August 1914 [Issue No.17,650] page 7 2019-09-27 23:22 tory off Annerley-road, South, Brisbane,
which Is now devoted to tho making of
biscuits,"cakes, and confectionery. The
establishment comprises a number, ' of
Is a store, and at the rear are offices,
story structure built Partly of wood and
out from the'cake factory.
the flames with buckets of water, . but
they had too firm ' a hold. Tho origin of
working at the factory at the time ' of
factory were smashed open,and as it was
apparent that the. fire had obtained a
station. Superintendent A., J. Harper
arrival Superintendent-Hinton despatched
Tho fire ate its way through the cake
latter building Willing workers, includ-
the road,and by strenuous efforts Super-
intendent Cumming confined the conglag
tory off Annerley-road, South Brisbane,
which is now devoted to the making of
biscuits, cakes, and confectionery. The
establishment comprises a number of
is a store, and at the rear are offices,
story structure built partly of wood and
out from the cake factory.
the flames with buckets of water, but
they had too firm a hold. The origin of
working at the factory at the time of
factory were smashed open, and as it was
apparent that the fire had obtained a
station. Superintendent A. J. Harper
arrival Superintendent Hinton despatched
The fire ate its way through the cake
latter building. Willing workers, includ-
the road, and by strenuous efforts Super-
intendent Cumming confined the conflagra-
BIG FIRE IN SOUTH BRISBANE. BISCUIT AND CAKE FACTORY PRACTICALLY GUTTED. HEAVY DAMAGE. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 10 August 1914 [Issue No.17,650] page 7 2019-09-27 23:15 .severly damaged. Other machinery, al-
useless Owing to the Exhibition he had a
caliea Mr J Davey a baker in Ed
ward street, but very generously come to
his bakery from 2am on Monday Mr
H Shead had also generously offered the
use of his baker This assistance was
| usual, especially in the retail trade
probably all his employees he added
would be kept fully employed Recently
factory and workmen had just started to
add to the cake factory He estimated
that the plant and stock earned in the
there was about 2000 worth of biscuits
blocl cakes &c stored in the cake fac
engine and a suction gas engine His
at about .3000 and some of it is dam
undamaged The various buildings were
Atlas Insurance Co but he would be a
Tho shop in Annerlcv road the offices
skillion lolly factory and lolly store
were saved The outbreak, attracted a
large crowd which was kept in order by
Acting Sergeant Tighe and' a posse of
constables from the South Brisbane sta
tion nnd Sergeant Rice
severly damaged. Other machinery, al-
useless. Owing to the Exhibition he had a
cakes. Mr. J. Davey, a baker in Ed-
ward-street, had very generously come to
his bakery from 2am on Monday. Mr
H. Shead had also generously offered the
use of his baker. This assistance was
much appreciated, and by availing him-
cakes to-morrow and to to carry on as
usual, especially in the retail trade.
probably all his employees, he added
would be kept fully employed. Recently
he had opened an addition to the biscuit
factory, and workmen had just started to
add to the cake factory. He estimated
that the plant and stock carried in the
biscuit factory was worth £10,000 while
there was about £2000 worth of biscuits
block cakes, &c., stored in the cake fac-
engine and a suction gas engine. His
at about £3000 and some of it is dam-
undamaged. The various buildings were
Atlas Insurance Co., but he would be a
The shop in Annerley-road, the offices
skillion, lolly factory and, lolly store,
were saved. The outbreak attracted a
large crowd, which was kept in order by
Acting Sergeant Tighe and a posse of
constables from the South Brisbane sta-
tion, and Sergeant Rice.
"ATTEMPTED TO CUT OFF FLOUR AND YEAST SUPPLIES" Allegation Against Master, Baker''s Association Evidence Before Bread Commission (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Thursday 14 February 1935 page 6 2019-09-17 22:27 : -Do you thipk the industry should (be"
under complete Go ve'rninent 'control arid '
regulation?— It;: would- be a tyfery'-'.-gobd'
M»g tt.thqr bemghfc-! the:. bakeries fsiit, ' !
and established fbur or six" bakeries in .
(different; parts, of Brisbane?n-Thby. could ; "
supply bread at,rimuch:lp.wericbst.::De-": '
livery would be so much cheaper,' as I
learned from my experience -v/ith. Auto
matic Bakeries. ' My -average'-cosf of de
livery is ljd. per loaf. _ . ... _
By the cbairmant" His was "1119 biggest'''. .
bakery In Brisbane. The v Automatic ' i
Bakeries; which started; in J913.'qr, 191-1
was a hopeless failure. " The platif : was . '
too costly.- He liked Queensland flour '
better -on the ; whole. . ' . ' "
Do you think the industry should be
under complete Government control and
regulation?— It would be a very good
thing of they bought the bakeries out
and established four or six bakeries in
different parts of Brisbane?—They could
supply bread at a much lower cost. De-
livery would be so much cheaper, as I
learned from my experience with Auto-
matic Bakeries. My average cost of de-
livery is 1½d per loaf.
By the chairman: His was the biggest
bakery in Brisbane. The Automatic
Bakeries, which started in 1913 or 1914
was a hopeless failure. The plant was .
too costly. He liked Queensland flour
better on the whole.
Advertising (Advertising), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Tuesday 25 January 1910 [Issue No.16,236] page 7 2019-09-16 21:22 If you, contemplate matrimony order one of _our choice, "Weddin*
Cakes.'"B,t!ttié''famous "Webster" Wedding Cokes are made with the
latest machihery-and the minimum of handling.-Wé' try to make
each one better than the last-but that in no way affects the low
prices charged. Call and get quotations, and DO IT NOW 1 ? ?? ?
CITY HEADQUARTERS, CITY CAFE, QUEEN-STREET. »Phone 123»,
If you contemplate matrimony order one of our choice Wedding
Cakes. The famous "Webster" Wedding Cakes are made with the
latest machinery—and the minimum of handling.—We try to make
each one better than the last—but that in no way affects the low
prices charged. Call and get quotations, and DO IT NOW ! ——
CITY HEADQUARTERS, CITY CAFE, QUEEN-STREET. »Phone 1238

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