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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 10 April 1909 [Issue No.16,871] page 5 2019-11-20 20:53 WALTERS,— On the 2nd April, nt his residence,
150 Abbotsford-strcet. North Mcltourne, Edward John
Walters, beloved husl4«tid of Kate Walters, and -be
loved brother of William Wallers, aged 59 years.
WALTERS,— On the 2nd April, at his residence,
150 Abbotsford-street. North Melbourne, Edward John
Walters, beloved husband of Kate Walters, and -be
loved brother of William Walters, aged 59 years.
DEATH OF MR. T. C. JENSEN. (Article), The Bundaberg Mail and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1892 - 1917), Tuesday 16 February 1915 [Issue No.5572] page 3 2019-11-20 17:26 Tbero passed nwny In the General
resident of tbe Gin GUi district In
tbe person of Mr. Thomas Chris-
tian Jensen, of '-"St. Kilda" Tir-
years of Ago, enjoyed good health
tal tho following Monday In nn un
conscious condition. In spite o!
ing without rcgainibg conscious
ness, The deceased, who waB a suc
His first wife died some few 1 years
ago, leaving n family of (our, three
sous, namely, Andrew, Hans, and
Rlchnrd, nod one daughter, He 'sub
who lost her husband 3) years ago,
through a railway accident at Bln-
gcra, and who had five children. Tbe
funeral takes plnco from tbe General
ral Cemetery at 2 o'clock this alter-
There passed away In the General
resident of the Gin Gin district In
the person of Mr. Thomas Chris-
tian Jensen, of "St. Kilda" Tir-
years of Age, enjoyed good health
tal the following Monday in an un
conscious condition. In spite of
ing without regaining conscious
ness. The deceased, who was a suc
His first wife died some few years
ago, leaving a family of four, three
sons, namely, Andrew, Hans, and
Richard, and one daughter. He sub
who lost her husband 3 years ago,
through a railway accident at Bin-
gera, and who had five children. The
funeral takes place from the General
ral Cemetery at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Advertising (Advertising), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 11 April 1953 [Issue No.5106] page 11 2019-11-19 18:45 Deceased: JOSEPH KILLER ol
Hew Moonta. In the State of Queens
and. Grnzler. Applicants: JOSEPH
ALFRED CLARENCE KILLER, ol
New Moonta. In the State ol Queens
and. Grazier, and Thelma Irene
rhelma Klintstrom). ot 27 Walker
Sueensland. Widow, the lawful Son
mi a lawful Daughter respectively
Jl the said deceased, the surviving
[Ifty, Myrtle Grace Killer, Spinlster.
the other Executor named In the ,
iaid Will, having predeceased the i
Testator. Solicitors: HAMILTON -
N1ELSON SHELDON & BOREHAM. J
Solicitors. Bundaberf. Town Agents: ?
3. A. L. UHL i SHELDON, Soli
:itors. Commercial Bank Chambers, „
Sueen Street. Brisbane. '
Deceased: JOSEPH KILLER of
New Moonta. In the State of Queens
land, Grazier. Applicants: JOSEPH
ALFRED CLARENCE KILLER, of
New Moonta. In the State of Queens
land. Grazier and Thelma Irene
Thelma Klintstrom), of 27 Walker
Queensland, Widow, the lawful Son
and a lawful Daughter respectively
of the said deceased, the surviving
fifty, Myrtle Grace Killer, Spinister,
the other Executor named in the
said Will, having predeceased the
Testator. Solicitors: HAMILTON
NIELSON SHELDON & BOREHAM.
Solicitors, Bundaberg Town Agents:
G. A. L. UML & SHELDON, Soli
citors. Commercial Bank Chambers,
Queen Street, Brisbane.
OBITUARY MR. ROBERT L. ASKERN CHILDERS, December 28. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Saturday 31 December 1938 [Issue No.20,949] page 10 2019-11-19 16:11 for many years was a popujar em
ders. he took up dairying and general
the Pride of Chiiders Tent. I.O.R. In
survived by three daughters. Mrs. J.
Loader (Emu Creek). Misses. Edith and
Lilian Askem (Dallarnil), and three
Church. Biggenden, to the Degilbo
for many years was a popular em
ders, he took up dairying and general
the Pride of Childers Tent I.O.R. In
survived by three daughters, Mrs. J.
Loader (Emu Creek), Misses. Edith and
Lilian Askern (Dallarnil), and three
Church, Biggenden, to the Degilbo
MRS. ANN ASKERN (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Saturday 31 December 1938 [Issue No.20,949] page 10 2019-11-19 16:07 land. in 1842, and came to Queensland
kie, Bundaberg,- and Mrs; J. Killer, of
land in 1842, and came to Queensland
kie, Bundaberg, and Mrs. J. Killer, of
[?] [?] WIN (Article), The Bundaberg Mail and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1892 - 1917), Monday 15 June 1896 page 2 2019-11-18 17:59 , A wedding was brated on Friday, 13th
inBt., at Christ ( Bundaborg, the
ceremony being ,gjronucd by tho IloV|
Morns. Tb" contracting parties wcro Mr.
Samuel Ki. t-, eldost son of Mr. John Killer,
New Mopqia, and Miss Mary Ann Haupt,
daught ( 0f Mr. Conrad Haupt, of Mount
Perry Tho brido woro a simplo gown of
whi; -fancy muslin, with laco and orango
|Prnys. She was attended by hor sister,
fiss M. Haupt, who assisted as bridesmaid.
Mr. John Killer was host man. Tho happy
couple left vtor .Blogem by tho afternoon
train. . x s
A wedding was celebrated on Friday, 13th
inst., at Christ Church, Bundaberg, the
ceremony being performed by the Rev. W.
Morris. The contracting parties were Mr.
Samuel Killer, eldest son of Mr. John Killer,
New Moonta, and Miss Mary Ann Haupt,
daughter of Mr. Conrad Haupt, of Mount
Perry. The bride wore a simple gown of
white fancy muslin, with lace and orange
sprays. She was attended by her sister,
Miss M. Haupt, who assisted as bridesmaid.
Mr. John Killer was best man. The happy
couple left for Bingera by the afternoon
train.
GOODNA. October 8, 1873. (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Thursday 9 October 1873 [Issue No.321] page 3 2019-11-18 17:34 here yesterday, opposite Mr. Dryadalo'a Hotel,
to a little child named Edith Killer, nped about
three years, daughter of Mr. Killer, n buker, in
village. It appears the deceased was playing hi
tho steoet along with some other children at
about 10.80 a.m. on tho 7th instant, and that
(ome horse teams wcro passing at llio time. The
trolly attached to a dray, mid strove to get
Oh to tho wheel of the trolly, and in its revolu
oh her back, the trolly wheel catching her leg
just between the kneo and abdomen, causing a
coinpjete fracture of tho thigh. * Dr. Jaap was
Bpeedily in attendance, and did all ho possibly
could for tho litllo sufferer, in the shape of
child continued in great ugony until about 2
p.m. .when death put an end to her sufferings.
A magisterial enquiry was held to-day, beforo
here yesterday, opposite Mr. Drysdale's Hotel,
to a little child named Edith Killer, aged about
three years, daughter of Mr. Killer, a baker, in
village. It appears the deceased was playing in
the street along with some other children at
about 10.30 a.m. on the 7th instant, and that
some horse teams were passing at the time. The
trolly attached to a dray, and strove to get
on to the wheel of the trolly, and in its revolu
on her back, the trolly wheel catching her leg
just between the knee and abdomen, causing a
complete fracture of the thigh. Dr. Jaap was
speedily in attendance, and did all he possibly
could for the little sufferer, in the shape of
child continued in great agony until about 2
p.m. when death put an end to her sufferings.
A magisterial enquiry was held to-day, before
INQUEST AT MOONTA. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Thursday 2 March 1871 [Issue No.658] page 3 2019-11-17 12:25 coining jump, he thought, to avoid stuff which
flat ore. about 25 lbs. weight—fell out of the
hanging" wall. They knew the hanging wall
skuij
. the stone fell; thought three or four fathoms.
Was not exposed to any more danger than the
the place a dangerous one^ The usual precautions
coming jump, he thought, to avoid stuff which
flat one, about 25 lbs. weight—fell out of the
hanging wall. They knew the hanging wall
skull.
the stone fell; thought three or four fathoms.
Was not exposed to any more danger than the
the place a dangerous one. The usual precautions
OBITUARY MRS. E. M. GREIG. (Article), The Biz (Fairfield, NSW : 1928 - 1972), Thursday 29 May 1941 page 4 2019-11-15 20:33 Greig. cf Cardwell Street, Canley Vale,
for ever seven years, and had endeared
Staschen. of Canley Vale).
Greig of Cardwell Street, Canley Vale,
for over seven years, and had endeared
Staschen of Canley Vale).
Death of Mr. William Smith. AN INQUEST HELD. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 19 December 1914 [Issue No.214] page 3 2019-11-15 17:14 Smith remanr, "I want to go back
or, although he was not drunk. .The
the roadway, and buiisd it. Be
foi'e the deceased was placed in the
ambulance he: several times remark
Dr. Oliver Lcitcli said he was call
ed to attend the deceased in El!en
strc-t 011 the day of the accidcnt. He
had a djep cut over the front of the
temple and a poi'tion of his hand
had been ta^en of!. After Smith was
putated the: major portion of his in
fracture. A'day or two later he am
putated t'hp rest of t.tip iniured hand
at the wrist. The <-patient progress
but'on that date he showed signs of
had been due to a brain abscess. |
The pat'.ent, however, did not re-j
wifness first attended deceased in El
len-street he smeltj strongly of liquor
and his subsequent behaviour at the I
ed bv the deceased at Solornontown.
When witness challenged the cross'.ng
at Mary-Ellie-street he noticed " the
He had one foot dragging on th:
he called out. to Smith "What ai'j
. withdrew his foot. The train was
then called out to Smith, >" What do
. more steam to take him up the
| street, and when he looked I'ound a
I few minutes later he saw the dcccas
j cd lying on the roadway. He im
i mediately stopped the train and went
fj.ll. He was knocked about three or
i ncd and rolled back towards the line
| corroborative evidence. This wit
ness thought that the elcctric light
i box on the carriage struck the de
Smith' deliberately stepped off the
train. -
scess on the brain, "caused by injur
ies received by him on November 2G
when stepping from a "moving train. /
Smith remark, "I want to go back
or, although he was not drunk. The
the roadway, and buried it. Be
fore the deceased was placed in the
ambulance he several times remark
ed, " Don't be silly. I want to go
Dr. Oliver Leitch said he was call
ed to attend the deceased in Ellen
street on the day of the accidcnt. He
had a deep cut over the front of the
temple and a portion of his hand
had been taken off. After Smith was
putated the major portion of his in
fracture. A day or two later he am
putated the rest of the injured hand
at the wrist. The patient progress
but on that date he showed signs of
had been due to a brain abscess.
The patient, however, did not re-
witness first attended deceased in El
len-street he smelt strongly of liquor
and his subsequent behaviour at the
ed by the deceased at Solomontown.
When witness challenged the crossing
at Mary-Ellie-street he noticed the
He had one foot dragging on the
he called out to Smith "What are
withdrew his foot. The train was
more steam to take him up the
street, and when he looked round a
few minutes later he saw the deceas-
ed lying on the roadway. He im
mediately stopped the train and went
fall. He was knocked about three or four
ned and rolled back towards the line
corroborative evidence. This wit
ness thought that the electric light
box on the carriage struck the de
Smith deliberately stepped off the
train.
scess on the brain, caused by injur
ies received by him on November 26
when stepping from a moving train.

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