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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,782,648
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,967
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,350
5 Rhonda.M 3,094,728
...
151 Jodphrey 341,857
152 HelenLeary 330,403
153 dpeep 325,753
154 ellipitt 324,717
155 c-l-h 324,132
156 smotteram 322,130

324,717 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 2,082
September 2019 5,393
August 2019 4,295
July 2019 6,004
June 2019 5,714
May 2019 7,691
April 2019 5,658
March 2019 4,931
February 2019 3,884
January 2019 6,055
December 2018 974
November 2018 10,008
October 2018 4,778
September 2018 10,095
August 2018 23,211
July 2018 22,042
June 2018 8,651
May 2018 6,632
April 2018 7,867
March 2018 7,015
February 2018 5,765
January 2018 14,652
December 2017 14,946
November 2017 8,410
October 2017 2,550
September 2017 487
August 2017 1,609
July 2017 3,667
June 2017 98
May 2017 1,148
April 2017 1,926
March 2017 458
February 2017 702
January 2017 292
November 2016 209
October 2016 201
September 2016 317
August 2016 683
July 2016 866
June 2016 1,255
May 2016 441
April 2016 584
February 2016 1,103
January 2016 1,416
November 2015 409
October 2015 50
September 2015 25
August 2015 484
July 2015 792
June 2015 762
May 2015 663
April 2015 19
March 2015 1,173
February 2015 253
January 2015 320
December 2014 355
October 2014 100
August 2014 752
July 2014 1,326
June 2014 1,383
May 2014 1,120
April 2014 374
March 2014 54
February 2014 241
January 2014 621
December 2013 901
November 2013 2,441
October 2013 1,050
September 2013 1,219
August 2013 2,986
July 2013 281
June 2013 1,514
May 2013 811
April 2013 2,123
March 2013 3,006
February 2013 4,139
January 2013 5,589
December 2012 7,044
November 2012 6,531
October 2012 5,624
September 2012 1,441
August 2012 2,038
July 2012 5,351
June 2012 2,479
May 2012 1,661
April 2012 1,306
March 2012 4,640
February 2012 5,070
January 2012 7,135
December 2011 2,180
November 2011 2,533
October 2011 4,180
September 2011 1,602
August 2011 1,602
July 2011 803
June 2011 998
May 2011 1,029
April 2011 1,793
March 2011 1,852
February 2011 348
January 2011 835
December 2010 151
July 2010 11
June 2010 243
May 2010 136

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,782,446
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,967
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,329
5 Rhonda.M 3,094,715
...
149 Jodphrey 341,857
150 HelenLeary 330,389
151 dpeep 325,753
152 ellipitt 324,717
153 c-l-h 324,132
154 smotteram 322,094

324,717 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 2,082
September 2019 5,393
August 2019 4,295
July 2019 6,004
June 2019 5,714
May 2019 7,691
April 2019 5,658
March 2019 4,931
February 2019 3,884
January 2019 6,055
December 2018 974
November 2018 10,008
October 2018 4,778
September 2018 10,095
August 2018 23,211
July 2018 22,042
June 2018 8,651
May 2018 6,632
April 2018 7,867
March 2018 7,015
February 2018 5,765
January 2018 14,652
December 2017 14,946
November 2017 8,410
October 2017 2,550
September 2017 487
August 2017 1,609
July 2017 3,667
June 2017 98
May 2017 1,148
April 2017 1,926
March 2017 458
February 2017 702
January 2017 292
November 2016 209
October 2016 201
September 2016 317
August 2016 683
July 2016 866
June 2016 1,255
May 2016 441
April 2016 584
February 2016 1,103
January 2016 1,416
November 2015 409
October 2015 50
September 2015 25
August 2015 484
July 2015 792
June 2015 762
May 2015 663
April 2015 19
March 2015 1,173
February 2015 253
January 2015 320
December 2014 355
October 2014 100
August 2014 752
July 2014 1,326
June 2014 1,383
May 2014 1,120
April 2014 374
March 2014 54
February 2014 241
January 2014 621
December 2013 901
November 2013 2,441
October 2013 1,050
September 2013 1,219
August 2013 2,986
July 2013 281
June 2013 1,514
May 2013 811
April 2013 2,123
March 2013 3,006
February 2013 4,139
January 2013 5,589
December 2012 7,044
November 2012 6,531
October 2012 5,624
September 2012 1,441
August 2012 2,038
July 2012 5,351
June 2012 2,479
May 2012 1,661
April 2012 1,306
March 2012 4,640
February 2012 5,070
January 2012 7,135
December 2011 2,180
November 2011 2,533
October 2011 4,180
September 2011 1,602
August 2011 1,602
July 2011 803
June 2011 998
May 2011 1,029
April 2011 1,793
March 2011 1,852
February 2011 348
January 2011 835
December 2010 151
July 2010 11
June 2010 243
May 2010 136

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PERSONAL (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 27 January 1933 [Issue No.527] page 4 2019-10-16 22:51 Jf- 9* .Viiii»MT
The Rev. father Burchell, who hap/
tbeen relieving Id Moree, hahretnrnpd:
to Armidale, ■ *'
■■ • _ • . * - -o
JThe* Rev. Father Healey, of, Tarn
worth, 'has been agpoittted. to .th^.
Cathedral staff in Aranidale. '
. • '".a*- ; •-m "p . )*:■ '
JUlss ,M. :C. Tendall, MA., ■ la®
turned fjrora'a .trip to h'ftt Zealand,
~hjie .:1i0edt the 'ftUtja&w$a<&t$aa
Mr.Geprge Cann, .a former Minister
for Health In the State <h^ine!L. 3rlHit-<
ed jArmidale ihlsweefc. '|le' %thjed Ate
Ahn Jlo^^Imp'erlal;'"'v '%'? , > .
: •'* ■ ■' '♦ •; *♦' ■ :. "* ' ~ m
Mrs, C.;'jSfc* Sjttefcaughiin^^%bo hids*
h|&ter, '^hesl-.
JaakMMxhAll.
' Miss C. King, of the Armldate Sirls'
Demonstration School, hasbeenttians
.ferred to Rotdcy/Rlym*. jMipses R, JJr
huhart, of North Newtown,, an,d. K.;
'Pike, of Eastwood, have Jbden a^p^nt-'
<ed to the Aonidaie Ghls' Sch-OP1
i » '» •. .. j-..-'*- W
The Rev. R. C. Cockerell,. who la leav
ing Arinidale next Week to take <cbarge
Of the parish of Oollarenebri, Is dp he
accorded .a faiewrel! At
iing of parishioners at St.' *peter% j^ar
jisb Hall on Tuesday night next:
%■ ' :--p -
hit. and Mrs. s. C. Wilson returned
to Afjhidaie *by cjlr ontJ^esdar. Mrs,
Wilson has been attending, a suinirner
school at Newcastle, under the".aus
pices of the; AyatraTi^ ^cmjri' W Mis
sions, while Mr. ^1^.' jtuison
a business "trip ^tp" ijPStt'/iflW'.
WAy.. ,uj>, they visited ,jpif 'wh, '"pr-'
Mil ford Wtlsqn. ,at W^<mg. . '
The engagement ifi announced of
Eileen Mary, second jdau^ter, of M?*
:anft Mris, -ML * pi^|c^rmijj%' ",of
;Dfmiimoyne. to Basfl &mftb, of Armi
dale, only son of "Mrs.,Ar
Smith, of t|ie Bank $f" fSjMt-"
wood, and fate of theJhstfaiiah Bank«
* „ +■■. • ■- v
- The Very Rev. father English,,
Parish Priest of Mqree.^as .this .weejt.
raised tp .the rank of Dgfth hyJWb
LordShip, Bishop tjojeman.' 'jpilj
this recognition of his. forty-three
years' missionary service in the E>io
;eeee of Ahmldale. father English 4s
the oldest priest of. the diocese, both
in -years and service. ',
' "* * . "• ' * ' J*
The marriagewas celebrated at the
FuUerton Memorial Church, by tthe
Rev. £W/se.~$j^e, 11,'.of
*■ "* ' '* of Mrs.
lean Ruth, youngest daughter
R. E. .hindrewsi. '^Th^- lffpss,',' (Pie&e^
land-street. Syd^ey; jfnjj fit
Beard y-street, Ariqidale. tSu.llhdifty
Gordon, eldest son of Mr. ,Mra
Albert Williams,-of Bonny-Rlgg, Liv-'
h a'iikce
o£ Mr.: JJ. T. ^lllott, "Kelvin," Dan
ftarslelgh.
PERSONAL
The Rev. Father Burchell, who has
been relieving at Moree, has returned
to Armidale.
* * * * * *
The Rev. Father Healey, of Tam
worth, has been appointed to the
Cathedral staff in Armidale.
* * * * * *
Miss A. C. Tendall, MA., has re
turned from a trip to New Zealand,
where she spent the Hilton vacation
with her sisters.
* * * * * *
Mr.George Cann, a former Minister
for Health in the State Cabinet, visit
ed Armidale this week. He stayed at
the Hotel Imperial.
* * * * * *
Mrs. C. M. McLaughlin, who has
been holidaying with her sister, Mrs.
Jack Mitchell, of Brown-street, return
ed to her home at Bondi last night.
Miss C. King, of the Armidale Girls'
Demonstration School, has been trans
ferred to Rocky River. Misses H. Ur
quhart, of North Newtown, and K.
Pike, of Eastwood, have been appoint
ed to the Armidale Girls' School.
* * * * * *
The Rev. R. C. Cockerell, who is leav
ing Armidale next week to take charge
of the parish of Collarenebri, is to be
accorded a farewell at a social gather
ing of parishioners at St. Peter's Par
ish Hall on Tuesday night next.
* * * * * *
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wilson returned
to Armidale by car on Tuesday. Mrs.
Wilson has been attending a summer
school at Newcastle, under the aus
pices of the Australian Board of Mis
sions, while Mr. Wilson has been on
a business trip to Sydney. On the
way up, they visited their son, Dr.
Milford Wilson, at Wyong.
The engagement is announced of
Eileen Mary, second daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Breckenridge, of
Drummoyne, to Basil Smith, of Armi
dale, only son of Mrs. P. A.
Smith, of the Bank of N.S.W., East
wood, and late of the Australian Bank
* * * * * *
The Very Rev. Father English,
Parish Priest of Moree, was this week
raised to the rank of Dean by his
Lordship, Bishop Coleman. The Dean
this recognition of his forty-three
years' missionary service in the Dio
cese of Armidale. Father English is
the oldest priest of the diocese, both
in years and service.
* * * * * *
The marriage was celebrated at the
Fullerton Memorial Church, by the
Rev. George Cowie, on January 11, of
Jean Ruth, youngest daughter of Mrs.
E. E. Andrews, "The Pines," Cleve
land-street, Sydney, and late of
Beardy-street, Armidale, to Dudley
Gordon, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Williams, of Bonny-Rigg, Liv-
pool, N.S.W. The bride is a niece
of Mr. J. T. Elliott, "Kelvin," Dan
garsleigh.
MOSTLY PERSONAL (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 26 January 1933 [Issue No.2,450] page 5 2019-10-16 22:35 progressing favourably after an opeiation.
jlTR. Andrew Douglas, contractor forth
_ new Commonwealth Bank building i:
Forrest-place, returned to Perth from th
SENATOR Sir Walter Kingsmill, aceoni
M panied by Lady Kingsmill, arrived h
Perth from the Eastern States by th
traba.
Tl/TR. Justice Draper has been appointee
TJ- Acting-Commissioner under the pro
the Chief Justice (Sir John Northmore)
TLTR. F. Bishop, manager of the Unior
?".*- Bank of Australia,. Ltd., Melbourne
and Mr. J. Fordyce, lately manager iii
Perth of the same bank, arrived in Pertlî
11TR. Mont.igu Norman, Governor of thc
gaged to Mrs. Priscilla Worstborne (33), n
Lord Mayor of London, and. since 1924,
TITR. A. H. L. Savage, who has spent
Company. Ltd.. at Cape St. James, in
Mrs. Savage and their two daughter«.
TMTR. George Woodforde died on Thnrs
dav at his home in East St. Kilda
to the Stock Exchange early in 1888. and
not been active in business in recpnt years.
eletced to the committee of the Victoria
Amateur Racing Club in 1898. and held i
the ofliire continuously until 1926. He waF
chairman of the club in 1908-9. and from
/"^HALTAPIN. the famous Russian singer.
Feodor Chaliapln.
return trom europe
next 6pring.
pin liad accepted
president of,the Pharmaceutical Coun-
cil of Western ' Australia, and Registrar
adininistr a t i o n,
Mayhew was intimately asosciated with
TITR. B. R. Fitzhardinge, inspector in this
ATA State for the Bank of New South
"^?a London cablegram, has retired from
the position of First Sea Lord, and him j
7LTR. Irvine Geddes, a director of titi
Saturdáy on the Orontes ou a visit to j
THE Premier (Sir James Mitchell) Ml ;
Perth last Friday to attend a field |
[day in connection with pasture experi
íents on country near Albany, Sir Jauica |
land-Australia flight X'ecord, was
cember. 1892. He made his first
1925 he made a non-stop (lignt
fly( non-stop to India. They were
torie flight to Australia in an
On October 27, 1931. he made a
ing blind practically tho whole
Mr. G. H. Moore, M.P.. of Moore Hall.
Thé late Mr. Georae Moore.
in 1877 ' he issued
Iiis first book of
jyjR. A. E. W. Mason, the fumo.,
author, will pay a holiday visit t
TITR. J. R. Collins, official secretary an
don, who has been seriously ill, ¡s niue:
improved in health and is expected t
'T'IÍE Minister for Forests (Mr. J. Scad
?*? dan) returned to Perth this weel
from Adelaide, where he has been durin/
the past few weeks on business cotfhectt'
"1TR. K. A. Wills, managing director o
ATX C. and R. Will« and Co.. Ltd., and £
director of George Wills and Co., Ltd.
arrived by the Manunda on Tuesday on s
TlXR. T. S. Gordon, M.L.C., ehairn.an
CUR Mark Sheldon (formerly Commis
KJ sioner for Australia in the United
the fitaff of the New Zealand Government
T^HE Superintendent of Dairying (Mr.
A G. K. Baron-Hay) left Perth on Fri-
ATR. Robert H. York, Federal secretary
a widow, a daughter, nd a son.
1VTR. J. Russell, Town Clerk of Liulith i
"Agow. Scotland, was a passenger on the
lervte Bay, which sailed through Fre-
mantle on Friday, en route -to Sydney,
School. His last visit to Australia waa in |
1890.
past nineteen years, last week entered" on
after SO years' service. He was farewelled
MR. S. S. Glvde. manager of the State
Shinning Service, has .been appointed
!>v the State Government to represent
nut^t J"afma nt tho TTiorh Court (Sir
Sir i-rank Gavan Duffy.
for should he the
month but he <viU
nave completed 20
for he was born at i
29. 1852.
world, for each dealt in pertinent fiashiou
"M"R. 'John M. Lambome, chief officer
New South Wales. He was the only ¿hief
teer lire forces of his State, and, in that
position he exerted. a personal influence
and au administrative ability which re-
sulted in a very hieb demee of efficiency
and Kew Zealand
Iiis career as a fire
man in 1890, when lie joined tlie Caster-
j Fire Brigades Board. In 1893 he was ap
[ pointed foreman, but iu 1894 he secured
of thc Sydney "Bulletin," and joined a
ney he went to join thc permanent staff
lu 1922, the year in which he was ap-
lie became fourth officer of New South
Wales fire brigades, and was giveu the
progressing favourably after an operation.
MR. Andrew Douglas, contractor for the
new Commonwealth Bank building in
Forrest-place, returned to Perth from the
SENATOR Sir Walter Kingsmill, accom
panied by Lady Kingsmill, arrived in
Perth from the Eastern States by the
tralia.
MR. Justice Draper has been appointed
Acting-Commissioner under the pro
gency Act, 1931, during the absence of
the Chief Justice (Sir John Northmore),
MR. F. Bishop, manager of the Union
Bank of Australia, Ltd., Melbourne,
and Mr. J. Fordyce, lately manager in
Perth of the same bank, arrived in Perth
MR. Montagu Norman, Governor of the
gaged to Mrs. Priscilla Worstborne (33), a
Lord Mayor of London, and, since 1924,
MR. A. H. L. Savage, who has spent
Company, Ltd., at Cape St. James, in
Mrs. Savage and their two daughters.
MR. George Woodforde died on Thurs
day at his home in East St. Kilda
to the Stock Exchange early in 1888, and
not been active in business in recent years.
elected to the committee of the Victoria
Amateur Racing Club in 1896, and held
the office continuously until 1926. He was
chairman of the club in 1908-9, and from
CHALTAPIN, the famous Russian singer,
Feodor Chaliapin.
return from Europe
next spring.
pin had accepted
president of the Pharmaceutical Coun-
cil of Western Australia, and Registrar
administration,
Mayhew was intimately associated with
MR. B. R. Fitzhardinge, inspector in this
State for the Bank of New South
a London cablegram, has retired from
the position of First Sea Lord, and has
MR. Irvine Geddes, a director of the
Saturday on the Orontes on a visit to
THE Premier (Sir James Mitchell) left
Perth last Friday to attend a field
day in connection with pasture experi
ments on country near Albany. Sir James
land-Australia flight record, was
cember, 1892. He made his first
1925 he made a non-stop flignt
toric flight to Australia in an
On October 27, 1931, he made a
ing blind practically the whole
Mr. G. H. Moore, M.P., of Moore Hall.
The late Mr. Georae Moore.
in 1877 he issued
his first book of
MR. A. E. W. Mason, the famous
author, will pay a holiday visit to
MR. J. R. Collins, official secretary and
don, who has been seriously ill, is much
improved in health and is expected to
THE Minister for Forests (Mr. J. Scad
dan) returned to Perth this week
from Adelaide, where he has been during
the past few weeks on business connected
MR. K. A. Wills, managing director of
G. and R. Wills and Co., Ltd., and a
director of George Wills and Co., Ltd.,
arrived by the Manunda on Tuesday on a
MR. T. S. Gordon, M.L.C., chairman
SIR Mark Sheldon (formerly Commis
sioner for Australia in the United
the staff of the New Zealand Government
THE Superintendent of Dairying (Mr.
G. K. Baron-Hay) left Perth on Fri-
MR. Robert H. York, Federal secretary
a widow, a daughter, and a son.
MR. J. Russell, Town Clerk of Linlith
gow, Scotland, was a passenger on the
Jervis Bay, which sailed through Fre-
mantle on Friday, en route to Sydney,
School. His last visit to Australia was in
1896.
past nineteen years, last week entered on
after 50 years' service. He was farewelled
MR. S. S. Glyde, manager of the State
Shipping Service, has been appointed
by the State Government to represent
the Chief Justice of the High Court (Sir
Sir Frank Gavan Duffy.
for should be the
month but he will
have completed 20
for he was born at
29, 1852.
world, for each dealt in pertinent fashion
MR. John M. Lambome, chief officer
New South Wales. He was the only chief
teer fire forces of his State, and, in that
position he exerted a personal influence
and an administrative ability which re-
sulted in a very high degree of efficiency
and New Zealand
his career as a fire
man in 1890, when he joined the Caster-
Fire Brigades Board. In 1893 he was ap
pointed foreman, but in 1894 he secured
of the Sydney "Bulletin," and joined a
ney he went to join the permanent staff
ln 1922, the year in which he was ap-
he became fourth officer of New South
Wales fire brigades, and was given the
WOMANS REALM & SOCIAL NEWS ENGAGEMENTS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 25 January 1933 [Issue No.26,971] page 14 2019-10-16 22:13 I he engagement is announced 01 ibusie
second daughter of Mis Tolhurst and ot
the late \ln eil Tothill st oí Minies -Mini
road, St Kild i and Moan, soundest son ot
Mis Moipcth and the lite Ileniv Douglas
Moi petit, of VVaiki, New Zealand
J he engagement is announced of Doioth
Weiden eldest daughtei of Mi and ills
H \ J'isliei. of Dalkeith, Grange avenue,
Lanteilimv, and Ileibeit Lilts, onlv sou
oi Mr and Mis. C TJ Graj, of Klluis,
Willandia avenue, Canteibuiy.
'Ihe engagement is announced of Elisa-
beth Moi till, younger daughter of Mi. and
Mis E Slolcy, Coombro, Nunimkah, to
Ileibeit James, second son of Mr. und
Mrs VV H Wallen, Tarella, ïanton street,
Golden fsquaie.
'J he engagement is announced of Edna
l.tliel, eldet daughter of Mi. and Mrs
Mitchell, of St. Kilda sheet, Biighton, to
Challes Hairy Meunsse, eldest son ot Pio
fc-soi and Mis. J. Ii*. M. Hajdon, of Cun
bei i a
(.ommandcr and Alis Bovell}, of the
ihndeis Nav ii Base have been stajiug
at the Golf House, Afacedon
The engagement is announced of Susie,
second daughter of Mrs. Tolhurst and of
the late Alfred Tolhurst, of Shirley, Alma
road, St. Kilda, and Sloan, youngest son of
Mrs, Morpeth and the late Henry Douglas
Morpeth, of Waihi, New Zealand.
The engagement is announced of Dorothy
Werden, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Fisher, of Dalkeith, Grange avenue,
Canterbury, and Herbert Ellis, only son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gray, of Elliris,
Willandra avenue, Canterbury.
The engagement is announced of Eliza-
beth Mortill, younger daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Sloley, Coombro, Numurkah, to
Herbert James, second son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Warren, Tarella, Panton street,
Golden Square.
The engagement is announced of Edna
Ethel, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mitchell, of St. Kilda street, Brighton, to
Charles Harry Meurisse, eldest son of Pro
fessor and Mrs. J. F. M. Haydon, of Can
berra.
Commander and Mrs. Beverley, of the
Flinders Naval Base have been staying
at the Golf House, Macedon.
WOMAN'S REALM SOCIAL NOTES. (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 28 January 1933 [Issue No.4,386] page 11 2019-10-12 21:47 Aliss Florence^ Nitze, an American stu
impressions, and will visit every State iir
the Commonwealth before going ou via
Java and the EasCto Europe.
Air. and Airs. Edwin Alunro and their
daughters, the Aliases Helen and Ruth
Alunro, left Brisbane by the Tarda on
January 17, on a tour of China and Japan,
Mrs. Victor Campbell (Brisbane) was abo
Tbe Misses Jean Stirton (Armidale,
visitors to the Brisbane show, are Visiting
bane on January 16 ou her way to spend a
Gibson, Miss Janet Landale, 'Miss Beverley
Lan6ell and Mr. George Lansell (Moula
mein, N.S.W.). Miss Enid Stokes, Dr. Law
R." Rymill, Miss Margaret Syme, and Miss
tertained a number'of travellers who will
shortly^ be leaving for overseas, and who
sured by their letters,of introduction. Vivid
guests were received by tbe hostess—Mrs.
guests invited were Miss Ruth Flockhnrt,
Misses Elizabeth and Aud Stawell, Miss
Elizabeth Wood.vatt (who was accompanied
b.v her mother, Mrs. Woodyatt), and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Dermcr and Miss Margaret
Denner, who arrived in Melbourne recently
roni New Zealand, have taken a flat at 4
Grange road, Toorak. Mrs. Denner and
her daughter ore leaving by the Ormonde
Mary Heseltine, Ballurat (V.), are staying
Mrs. Stanning lias returned to Geelong
(V.), after a visit to her daughter. Mrs.
Mis9 Nancy Wilson, Wafcool. Geelong
(V.) is on a visit to SyJncy (N.S.W.).
Mr. aud Mrs. Roche, Tranmere, South
Australia, are on a visit to TirsUiiic House,
Lome (V.),
her daughter at The Graylings, 1'aik street,
2a. for her home in Launccstou. Tasmania.
.Irs. Graham, The Oaks, South Viina, is
now'at Flinders (V.) with her on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Campbell aud their
liildren, who arc on furlough from Darwin,
have leased a house at Ocean Grove (V.). I
ing Mrs. W. A. Roberts, at Beaumaris, J
llnhart. |
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. M. Purehas, of Young
(N.S.W.), were among other lnniuluiid
Leake (T.). Misses Jean McLcod and
Nancy Hewlett, of Melbourne, spent souse
little sons-are staying on for some weeks
ing Dr. and Mrs. Smellic, at Wyuyard,
are leaving Devonport. Tasmania, as the
visiting friends in llobart and at Midlands
1900, when he retired. He died in 1910.
ceston, Tasmania, are leaving , almost at
visitors staying at Hadley's Hotel. Ho
Fairlie Grhnge, Jerilderic (N.S.W.), after a
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kater, of Wairen
■ Mr. and Mrs. D'Arcy Hiss on. of Caira
vratlia, Dalgety (N.S.W.), are slaying with
Mrs. Hixsoi), senior, at her home, Faiiiiglil,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Black, of Wnl
langra Station, luverell (N.SAV.), ave visit
Mi6S Joan Saudford, of Adelaide, is
aunt, Dr. Saudford Morgan, at Darling
Mrs, Cookson, who was Marcia Throsby,
has come- down from Jnverell (N.S.W.)
her parents at Rose Bay, Sydney. She lias
taken a cottage at Torrigal (N.S.W.) for
at the Tost match, have Returned to Mel
bourne. and ore st Mcnzies Hotel.
Miss Edna Coverdalc. of Geelong {V.I,
who is spending a holiday iu Tasmania, is
Mrs. Septimus Miller, of Contain, Dan
denong road, Cauliieid, Melbourne, is spend
Mr. and Mrs, H. P. Downing, of South
Mrs. E. E. Keen, South Ynrra. Mel
Johnston, arc slnying for a time at the Golt
Especial iutcrcst attaches to the engage
of Miss Joan Banking, daughter of_ Dr.
and Mi's. 15. if. Ranking (Tiniuridge Wells,
England), to Mr. Lewis Luxton. eldest son _
of Sir Harold Luxton, M.L.A., and of i
Lady Luxton. of Melbourne, for only a
came engaged to l>r. and Mrs. Ranking s
younger daughter. Betty, who is rxpe' iedjo '
visit her lianec's paien's some tunc this
year.. Sir Harold Luxton is travelling to
Botanical Hotel for a fortnight,
and their daughter, Mibs Monica Starke,
a holiday spent at Lome.
-Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Maidnicnt (Moyston)
at Menzics.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skncs and their sons,
Dr. Kenneth Skues and ME Lawrence
South Yarra. Melbourne.
ing at The Point. Beaumaris, has returned
stonhaugh. and for the next week or so will
be staying at Greycourt, St.'George's .road,
holiday at Sandringliam, where thp.v have
Rosalind, is the guest" of Mr. and Mrs.
Spencer Millear for the Ararat ' tennis
Mr. and Mrs. George Paxlon, who are
Court (Melbourne) have let (heir own house
in Ori'ong road for two years to Mr. and
Sirs. Seale.
Dr. and Sirs. Ernest Jones are spending
this week-end at Netherplace. Frankston.
Miss Anste.v Galian, daughter of Mr.
G. A. Galian (Commonwealth Railway Com
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Cain, of Mudowla
in Clowes street. South Yarra. Melbourne,
the special guests were her eousin. Miss
and Miss Edith Cooke,' who are leaving
stood with her to receive the guests. Major-1
General and Mi's. Buchanan are in Australia
on a brief visit, and arc returning to
England by the Mongolia on February 2S.
Mr. A. E. Lcighton. comptroller-general
of munition supplies in Australia, will leave j
for England on a visit, accompanied by ]
Mrs. 'Brighton and their two children. j
Mrs. Temple Stephens, of Mrlhun.ne. |
will leave bv the "Moldavia on January 31'
for Port .Sudan, where she Is to join otic of.
her daughters. !
Mr. and Mis. W. W. V- nar cy, oi E'm
liave issued invitations to the marriage
of their daughter, Valinai. with Flynig
OfRcer Frauk N. Wright, at Holy Trinity
Church. Ken", on Tuesday evening, Febru
9 Highbury grove, Ken".
Walker Sinclair, widow of l)r.'Walker Sin
clair. a former city health oflicec,. will be
delighted to hear that she is back iu Mel
[of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brookes, will
ja hall to. be given by her parents at their
J home. Winvriek, South Yarra, on March ^
! next week to spend four or live weeks in -
I Tasmania.
*"Mr. and Mrs. George Dickson are expect-."
! ing their son-in-law and daughter " (Mr',
Melbourne - about February (3, on six
months* furlough from their home in Kenya
■Mrs. H. Riddell Stanley, who has been
staying with Miss Carre Riddel! at Anna
Mrs. A. A. Austin has returned to Lavnn
del, Geelong (V.). after Spending the last
five weeks at the Barwon Heads Golf CJiib.
Miss Zclina Spragno, Charlemont (V.). is
sjiending a fortnight at Lome (V.).
Miss Doodie Anderson. The Grove. Gee
long. (V.), is the guest of Mrs. W. G.
Bcggs. at Koonong, for the Hamilton (Y.)
! tennis tournament.
Miss Mary Guthrie, who have lieon lor
turned to Coolangatta (V.l.
Mrs. C. M. Maetnillan. Newtown. Gee
long (Y.1, is stayiug with her son and
dauglitcr-in-law at Hawthorn, Melbourne.
Miss Betty Addison. Geelong (V.l is
the guest of Miss Joan Cumming at Jcila
labad. Darlington (V.l.
Dean GcliwiegOr and Mrs. Sehwieger.
Bendigo. are staying at Torquay.
Mrs. Cliyo Miller and Miss Joan Millv
are returning to England by the Moldavia.
ViM.-h have! Melbourne on .Tunuaiy 31,
Miss Florence Nitze, an American stu
impressions, and will visit every State in
the Commonwealth before going on via
Java and the East to Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Munro and their
daughters, the Misses Helen and Ruth
Munro, left Brisbane by the Tanda on
January 17, on a tour of China and Japan.
Mrs. Victor Campbell (Brisbane) was also
The Misses Jean Stirton (Armidale,
visitors to the Brisbane show, are visiting
bane on January 16 on her way to spend a
Gibson, Miss Janet Landale, Miss Beverley
Lansell and Mr. George Lansell (Moula
mein, N.S.W.), Miss Enid Stokes, Dr. Law
R. Rymill, Miss Margaret Syme, and Miss
tertained a number of travellers who will
shortly be leaving for overseas, and who
sured by their letters of introduction. Vivid
guests were received by the hostess—Mrs.
guests invited were Miss Ruth Flockhart,
Misses Elizabeth and Ann Stawell, Miss
Elizabeth Woodyatt (who was accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Woodyatt), and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Dermer and Miss Margaret
Dermer, who arrived in Melbourne recently
from New Zealand, have taken a flat at 4
Grange road, Toorak. Mrs. Dermer and
her daughter are leaving by the Ormonde
Mary Heseltine, Ballarat (V.), are staying
Mrs. Stanning has returned to Geelong
(V.), after a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Miss Nancy Wilson, Wakool, Geelong
(V.) is on a visit to Sydney (N.S.W.).
Mr. and Mrs. Roche, Tranmere, South
Australia, are on a visit to Erskine House,
Lorne (V.),
her daughter at The Graylings, Park street,
25, for her home in Launceston, Tasmania.
Mrs. Graham, The Oaks, South Yarra, is
now at Flinders (V.) with her on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Campbell and their
children, who are on furlough from Darwin,
have leased a house at Ocean Grove (V.).
Hobart.
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. M. Purchas, of Young
(N.S.W.), were among other mainland
Leake (T.). Misses Jean McLeod and
Nancy Hewlett, of Melbourne, spent some
little sons are staying on for some weeks
ing Dr. and Mrs. Smellie, at Wynyard,
are leaving Devonport, Tasmania, as the
visiting friends in Hobart and at Midlands
1906, when he retired. He died in 1910.
ceston, Tasmania, are leaving almost at
visitors staying at Hadley's Hotel, Ho
Fairlie Grange, Jerilderie (N.S.W.), after a
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kater, of Warren
Mr. and Mrs. D'Arcy Hixson, of Carra
watha, Dalgety (N.S.W.), are staying with
Mrs. Hixson, senior, at her home, Fairlight,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Black, of Wal
langra Station, lnverell (N.S.W.), are visit
Miss Joan Sandford, of Adelaide, is
aunt, Dr. Sandford Morgan, at Darling
Mrs. Cookson, who was Marcia Throsby,
has come down from Inverell (N.S.W.)
her parents at Rose Bay, Sydney. She has
taken a cottage at Terrigal (N.S.W.) for
at the Test match, have returned to Mel
bourne, and are at Menzies Hotel.
Miss Edna Coverdale, of Geelong (V.),
who is spending a holiday in Tasmania, is
Mrs. Septimus Miller, of Contala, Dan
denong road, Caulfield, Melbourne, is spend
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Downing, of South
Mrs. E. E. Keep, South Yarra, Mel
Johnston, are staying for a time at the Golf
Especial interest attaches to the engage
of Miss Joan Ranking, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. R. M. Ranking (Tunbridge Wells,
England), to Mr. Lewis Luxton, eldest son
of Sir Harold Luxton, M.L.A., and of
Lady Luxton, of Melbourne, for only a
came engaged to Dr. and Mrs. Ranking's
younger daughter, Betty, who is expected to
visit her fiance's parents some time this
year. Sir Harold Luxton is travelling to
Botanical Hotel for a fortnight.
and their daughter, Miss Monica Starke,
a holiday spent at Lorne.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Maidment (Moyston)
at Menzies.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skues and their sons,
Dr. Kenneth Skues and Mr. Lawrence
South Yarra, Melbourne.
ing at The Point, Beaumaris, has returned
stonhaugh, and for the next week or so will
be staying at Greycourt, St. George's road,
holiday at Sandringham, where they have
Rosalind, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Spencer Millear for the Ararat tennis
Mr. and Mrs. George Paxton, who are
Court (Melbourne) have let their own house
in Orrong road for two years to Mr. and
Mrs. Seale.
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Jones are spending
this week-end at Netherplace, Frankston.
Miss Anstey Gahan, daughter of Mr.
G. A. Gahan (Commonwealth Railway Com
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Cain, of Madowla
in Clowes street, South Yarra, Melbourne,
the special guests were her cousin, Miss
and Miss Edith Cooke, who are leaving
stood with her to receive the guests. Major-
General and Mrs. Buchanan are in Australia
on a brief visit, and are returning to
England by the Mongolia on February 28.
Mr. A. E. Leighton, comptroller-general
of munition supplies in Australia, will leave
for England on a visit, accompanied by
Mrs. Brighton and their two children.
Mrs. Temple Stephens, of Melbourne,
will leave by the Moldavia on January 31
for Port Sudan, where she is to join one of
her daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whatley, of Elm
have issued invitations to the marriage
of their daughter, Valmai, with Flying
Officer Frank N. Wright, at Holy Trinity
Church, Kew, on Tuesday evening, Febru
9 Highbury grove, Kew.
Walker Sinclair, widow of Dr. Walker Sin
clair, a former city health officer, will be
delighted to hear that she is back in Mel
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brookes, will
a ball to be given by her parents at their
home, Winwick, South Yarra, on March
next week to spend four or five weeks in
Tasmania.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dickson are expect-
ing their son-in-law and daughter (Mr.
Melbourne about February 6, on six
months' furlough from their home in Kenya
Mrs. H. Riddell Stanley, who has been
staying with Miss Carre Riddell at Arma
Mrs. A. A. Austin has returned to Larun
del, Geelong (V.). after spending the last
five weeks at the Barwon Heads Golf Club.
Miss Zelma Sprague, Charlemont (V.). is
spending a fortnight at Lorne (V.).
Miss Doodie Anderson, The Grove, Gee
long (V.), is the guest of Mrs. W. G.
Beggs, at Koonong, for the Hamilton (V.)
tennis tournament.
Miss Mary Guthrie, who have been for
turned to Coolangatta (V.).
Mrs. C. M. Macmillan, Newtown, Gee
long (V.), is staying with her son and
daughter-in-law at Hawthorn, Melbourne.
Miss Betty Addison, Geelong (V.) is
the guest of Miss Joan Cumming at Jella
labad, Darlington (V.).
Dean Schwieger and Mrs. Schwieger,
Bendigo, are staying at Torquay.
Mrs. Clive Miller and Miss Joan Miller
are returning to England by the Moldavia,
which leaves Melbourne on January 31.
WOMAN'S REALM SOCIAL NOTES. (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 28 January 1933 [Issue No.4,386] page 11 2019-10-12 21:22 Tito Lieutenant-Governor (Sir William
Initio) and Lady Irvine liave accorded
their piilrnnngc to tlie Highland )>nll which
will In- held at The Hex on Thursday.
Man It 2. The ball is being organised by
ing fund of the new Presbyterian Hospital.
Kind Melbourne. Tickets are 10/ each, and
joint honorary secretaries we Mrs. Kccles
Mackay, 300 Burke road,- Upper Hawthorn,
and Mr. Gordon Mackay. 33 Stanley street,
Sir William Cullen and Miss Ailsa Calico
arc among Sydney visitors to ilobart.
Sir Macpheraon and Lady Robertson and
May of early in June. While in England
he will visit his son, Mr. Lewis Luxtou",
M isscs Dora and Nancy Grant, of High
by the Narcunda on a visit to England
Licutenaht-Cpldnel and Mrs. Percy Buck
Melbourne, friends.' Since their arrival front
London tliey have been staying at St.
Professor Bernard Hcinze and Mrs.
All's. Arthur Rymill has returned to
Hobart, where she was thq guest of her
daughter, Airs. Tom Giblin.
Outer Harbour. Adelaide, on Saturday, so
that passengers could attend the . Test
in Newcastle, .New South Wales, was able
after a holiday spent in Melbourne, bave
Flight-Lieutenant and Airs. Anthony
with Airs. Hampden Carr (Mr. Carr's
mother), and are now the guests of Alts.
(lair's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Young. at-Magill, before returning to their
home in Victoria. ;
Air. Tom Grundy and Aliss Dorothy
lor the Test match after a fortnight's holi
day. They were accompanied by Airs.
mother. Airs. T. B. Wilkinson, at Neutral
Airs. C. S. Yates-Smith, of Alelbourne,
has been the guest of her sister. Airs. A.
Scott. Wayville, Adelaide, during the Test
Dr. Ha'rriette Chick, of the Lister Insti
tute, Loudon, is spending a few weeks with
Sir Charles and Lady Alartin at Prospect
After visiting her sister, Airs. Sydney
Si uri. at Cavendish (V.L and her brother,
Mi. Trevor Clarke, at Devon Park, Dun
kehl (V.), Airs. Geoffrey Aloule is now
staying with her mother (Airs. W. J- T.
Clarke). Winmarleigh, St. George's road,
Toorak. Melbourne, where she will remain
brother, Air. W. Lindsay, Union, Wools
l)r. Conway Macknight and Dr. Ella
Macknigbt (Albury N.S.AV.) are visiting
Or C. C. Alacknight at Warrnainbool
IV.).
Mrs. R. A. Affleck bad a large bouse
partv «t Minjali, Cnramut (V.), at the
Mr. and Airs. Ken McWhae, Air. and Airs.
Charles Armytage, aitd Air. K. AlcEwen.
Afr. and Airs. Harry Whitehead enter
Goodwood, their station home at Alinlin
inite (V.). The house party included Misses
Bettv and Patricia Ramsay (Turkeith)
Mr. Claudi
Miss Jean Aiclntyre. and
The Lieutenant-Governor (Sir William
Irvine) and Lady Irvine have accorded
their patronage to the Highland ball which
will be held at The Rex on Thursday,
March 2. The ball is being organised by
ing fund of the new Presbyterian Hospital,
East Melbourne. Tickets are 10/ each, and
joint honorary secretaries are Mrs. Eccles
Mackay, 300 Burke road, Upper Hawthorn,
and Mr. Gordon Mackay, 33 Stanley street,
Sir William Cullen and Miss Ailsa Cullen
are among Sydney visitors to Hobart.
Sir Macpherson and Lady Robertson and
May or early in June. While in England
he will visit his son, Mr. Lewis Luxton,
Misses Dora and Nancy Grant, of High
by the Narcunda on a visit to England.
Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs. Percy Buck
Melbourne friends. Since their arrival from
London they have been staying at St.
Professor Bernard Heinze and Mrs.
Mr's. Arthur Rymill has returned to
Hobart, where she was the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Tom Giblin.
Outer Harbour, Adelaide, on Saturday, so
that passengers could attend the Test
in Newcastle, New South Wales, was able
after a holiday spent in Melbourne, have
Flight-Lieutenant and Mrs. Anthony
with Mrs. Hampden Carr (Mr. Carr's
mother), and are now the guests of Mrs.
Carr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Young, at Magill, before returning to their
home in Victoria.
Mr. Tom Grundy and Miss Dorothy
for the Test match after a fortnight's holi
day. They were accompanied by Mrs.
mother, Mrs. T. B. Wilkinson, at Neutral
Mrs. C. S. Yates-Smith, of Melbourne,
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. A.
Scott, Wayville, Adelaide, during the Test
Dr. Harriette Chick, of the Lister Insti
tute, London, is spending a few weeks with
Sir Charles and Lady Martin at Prospect
After visiting her sister, Mrs. Sydney
Sturt, at Cavendish (V.), and her brother,
Mr. Trevor Clarke, at Devon Park, Dun
keld (V.), Mrs. Geoffrey Moule is now
staying with her mother (Mrs. W. J. T.
Clarke), Winmarleigh, St. George's road,
Toorak, Melbourne, where she will remain
brother, Mr. W. Lindsay, Union, Wools
Mr. Conway Macknight and Dr. Ella
Macknight (Albury, N.S.W.) are visiting
Dr C. C. Macknight at Warrnambool
(V.).
Mrs. R. A. Affleck had a large house
party at Minjah, Caramut (V.), at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ken McWhae, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Armytage, and Mr. K. McEwen.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitehead enter
Goodwood, their station home at Minha
mite (V.). The house party included Misses
Betty and Patricia Ramsay (Turkeith),
Miss Jean Mclntyre, and Mr. Claude
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 28 January 1933 [Issue No.23184] page 14 2019-10-12 21:12 Announcements ?p^?f this heading must
be authenticated oy the name and
Death Advertisements In which a Funeral
Announcement Is made are charged tor
as If the Death and Funeral were sepa
rate announcements namely:—The mlnl
?aua charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively
In Uemonun and Death Advertisements
deceased mentioned, as If they were dis
engagements and Approaching Marriage
ture of botb parties ooncerned.
BCRTOBD.—On the 20th January, at
Mc?rtdCs Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Burford, Mawscn street, Prospect Gardens
—? son. Thanking Dr. Gregeson, Matron
De La PEBRELLE.—On the 24th Janu
ary. ?t Klmbx. Discict Hospital, to Mr.
and* Mrs. C. H. De La Perrelle—a son.
QESXKO (nee Irene Kent). —On the
19th. Jarnury. at Wameton Nursing Home,
West Ctoydon, to the wife of Attello
Destro. jllndaaarsh— a daughter (Marie).
Ti..-v4Tifli Sister Fox and Dr. Peters for
HARVY.—On the 23-d January at Sister
OT3rteii"s Private Hospital, 156. Main
North road. Prospect, to Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Harvy. of Prospect Gardens—a son.
HAYWOOD (nee Helnrlch). —On the
19£h January, at Warneton Nursing Home.
1, Rosetta street. West Croydon. to Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Haywood, Flndon—a
daughter tVlio Lorraine). TnaaSlng Dr.
MAYFDZLD.—On the 18th January, at
Gladstone, to the wile of H. B. Mayfteld—
26th January, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Pocock.
SCHEBELLA.—Ob the 24th January, to
Mr. and Mrs. C. SchebeUa, 14. Torrens
street, Giiberton—a eon (Peter).
Savage. Largs—a, son (Geoffrey Malcolm).
January, at St. Margaret's Hospital.
Vivian —a son <John Trevor).
MABKIAGES
DONCAN—PIUNG.—On the 14th Jan
uary, at Parkslde Presbytery. by
Father O'Connell. Jean, only daughter of
late of Parkside. to John, eldest 6On of
HUNT—-KROME.—On the 22nd Decem
ber, 1932. at Clayton Church. Kensington,
by Rev. A. C. Newbury. Kathleen. Mary,
Youngest <*ftuchfrpr ?* V1 * and Mrs. F. O.
Hunt. Giiberton, to Harry Albert, third son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Krome. FuUfirton.
January. 1908. at St George's, Goodwood,
by Canon Wise, assisted by the Bey. Whlt
field. Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr.
Onley. to Henry only son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Heyien, Young street. North. Unley.
Present address—32. Opey avenue, Hyde
GOERECRE—FIEDLER.—On the 28th
January. 1883. at Langmlel Church. by
Pastor Aurlcht. Theresa L. E, eldest
daughter of Ferdinand and Emllle
Goerecke of Tanunda. to Carl J. O. Fied
ler, of Tanunda. At home. 39. Wllllaatt
street. York, afternoon and evening.
HENNESSY—WATERS.—On tbe 28th
January. 1883. at St. Anne's Church,
Marlon, by Bey. Father John Heaiy, Fn>n.
Hennessy, to diaries, eldest eon of late
Present address—B. SuckcaU road, Glan
ville-
TURNER—KYRWOOD.—Om the 28th
January. 1883. at Port Augusta, by the
late Bey. W. W. Finch. William Henry
Turner, of Cardiff. South Wales, to Eliza
beth Anne, ekfcest daughter of the late
Richard and Mary Kyrwood. Port Augusta.
Present addTtfra. 82. Rose street, Mile-End.
APPROACHING MABBIAGE
the late Mr. A. O. Ehmcke. of Fullarton.
to Robert Welch, eldest eon of Mr. and
Mrs. c. F. Gibson, of ClETemont. Western
Church. North terrace, on Friday, 3rd
February, at 7.45 pjn. Friends and rela
tives are cordially Invited to the ceremony.
Plnnaroo, to Wilfred A. (Bill), youngest
MILTON --JOHNS. —The engagement is
Announcements under this heading must
be authenticated by the name and
Death Advertisements in which a Funeral
Announcement is made are charged tor
as if the Death and Funeral were sepa
rate announcements namely:—The mini
mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively
In Memoriam and Death Advertisements
deceased mentioned, as if they were dis
Engagements and Approaching Marriage
ture of both parties concerned.
BURFORD.—On the 20th January, at
McBride's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
Burford, Mawson street, Prospect Gardens
—a son. Thanking Dr. Gregerson, Matron
De La PERRELLE.—On the 24th Janu
ary, at Kimba District Hospital, to Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. De La Perrelle—a son.
DESTRO (nee Irene Kent). —On the
19th January, at Warneton Nursing Home,
West Croydon, to the wife of Attelio
Destro, Hindmarsh— a daughter (Marie).
Thanking Sister Fox and Dr. Peters for
HARVY.—On the 23rd January at Sister
O'Brien's Private Hospital, 156, Main
North road, Prospect, to Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Harvy, of Prospect Gardens—a son.
HAYWOOD (nee Heinrlch). —On the
19th January, at Warneton Nursing Home,
1, Rosetta street, West Croydon, to Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Haywood, Findon—a
daughter (Vilo Lorraine). Thanking Dr.
MAYFIELD.—On the 18th January, at
Gladstone, to the wife of H. B. Mayfield—
26th January, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Pocock,
SCHEBELLA.—On the 24th January, to
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schebella, 14, Torrens
street, Giiberton—a son (Peter).
Savage, Largs—a, son (Geoffrey Malcolm).
January, at St. Margaret's Hospital,
Vivian —a son (John Trevor).
MARRIAGES
DUNCAN—PRING.—On the 14th Jan
uary, at Parkside Presbytery, by
Father O'Connell, Jean, only daughter of
late of Parkside, to John, eldest son of
HUNT—KROME.—On the 22nd Decem
ber, 1932, at Clayton Church, Kensington,
by Rev. A. C. Newbury, Kathleen Mary,
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O.
Hunt, Gilberton, to Harry Albert, third son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Krome, Fullarton.
January, 1908, at St George's, Goodwood,
by Canon Wise, assisted by the Rev. Whit
field, Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr.
Unley, to Henry, only son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Heylen, Young street, North Unley.
Present address—42, Opey avenue, Hyde
GOERECKE—FIEDLER.—On the 28th
January, 1883, at Langmiel Church, by
Pastor Auricht, Theresa L. E., eldest
daughter of Ferdinand and Emilie
Goerecke of Tanunda, to Carl J. O. Fied
ler, of Tanunda. At home, 39, William
street, York, afternoon and evening.
HENNESSY—WATERS.—On the 28th
January, 1883, at St. Anne's Church,
Marion, by Rev. Father John Healy, Ellen,
Hennessy, to Charles, eldest son of late
Present address—9, Bucknall road, Glan
ville.
TURNER—KYRWOOD.—On the 28th
January, 1883, at Port Augusta, by the
late Rev. W. W. Finch, William Henry
Turner, of Cardiff, South Wales, to Eliza
beth Anne, eldest daughter of the late
Richard and Mary Kyrwood, Port Augusta.
Present address, 82, Rose street, Mile-End,
APPROACHING MARRIAGE
the late Mr. A. O. Ehmcke, of Fullarton,
to Robert Welch, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Gibson, of Claremont, Western
Church, North terrace, on Friday, 3rd
February, at 7.45 p.m. Friends and rela
tives are cordially invited to the ceremony.
Pinnaroo, to Wilfred A. (Bill), youngest
MILTON—JOHNS.—The engagement is
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 28 January 1933 [Issue No.4,386] page 12 2019-10-12 20:56 •f Coleraine (V.).
and. of the late Alfred Tolhurst, Slur ley,
Alma road. St. Hilda, Melbourne, to Sloan,
youngest son of Airs. Morpeth and the late
Alr. nenry Douglas Morpeth, of Waiki,
Ke« Zealand. ,
Joan. elder daughter of Dr. and Mr*.
R. M. Hanking, Tuu bridge Wei la, England,
61^4)8, eldest son of bur Harold union,
.LA.., & former Lord Mayor of Mel
G. W, Turner, Lambert road, Toorab, Mel
late Mr. A. Biggms and of Airs. Biggins,
tL J. Murphy, of Holm wood avenue, Brigh
ten, Melbourne, to Walter B. Wilson, of
Berrj b.mk, elder eon of Mr. and Airs.
W. <f. Wilson, of Tatura (V.).
Edna Ethel, elder daughter of Afr. and
eldest eon of Professor and Mrs. J. F. M.
Haydott, Canberra (F.C.T.).
(V)}.
Phyllis I. Alaidment, elder daughter of
.Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Maidment, Barton
Estate, JJoyston, and Afackha, younger sou
of the late Air. A. C. Knine«t of Adelaide,
and Alts. Kaines, of Ardoch, Dandenong
Keith. Alwyn, younger son of the late
toomba. Alexandra avenue, Canterbury, was
performed by the Rer. W. H. Holesworth,
closay-fittiiig bodice were .puffed above the
was leut by Airs. A. Smith, was arranged
in a becoming cap with soft told&above the
and gold frangipanui was carried. Miss;
Violet Robinson and .Miss Betty Dickins
They were dressed alike in slimly cutgowns
•were "worn, and each maid carried a sheaf
* of gladioli. The bridegroom's brother (Mr.
Claude Ward) was best man, and Mr. Alan:
Messrs. F. Russell and A. -Young. After
Dickius ..wore a graceful gown of srine
eokmred peap d'ange with a small shoulder
black Cbantilly lace frock, and her large bat
younger son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsden,
of Crumlin, Munro street, Armadale.
a bouquet of creamy water-lilies. Aliss
»« act off by a full akirt,and tN crossover
coat, which tied at the "back, wu £ni«hcd
with puffed elbow4ength aleeve*. A pretty
note of cnutranting colour was introduced
in a sheaf bouquet of blue ddphimu
and a hair wreath of similar flower?. Mr.
Paddy Carter was best man, and Mean*.
Charlie AWp and Robert Graham acted as
ushere. After the ceremony a reception was
Frank Angwin and by Mr. and Mra. George
Ramsdea. Among those present were;—
Mrs. George Ramsden, aa. He. and Mra. Coy
Raaudm, Mr. aatf Mra Lome Vaace, Br. and
Mra CSaHw Abofe Ma and Hra. P. J. SF. Dttby,
Mrs. Norman Smith Mr. Jack Workman, Miss
Andenea. Mr. K. McCWltoch, Mra 8. MeKedmle,
Mr. and Mra James Manly. Mra R. fcaaudre,
Miss Angwin (aunt of the bride). Mist Mollle
Angwin (sister of the bride). Mr. and Mra B. A
Andeisan and Mb* Doodle Andeooe (Ceriomr),
Mr. and Mia Dairrii Best, Mr. and Mra OwtgW
Hope (Qeeteng), Mr. and Mia B. V. Moan, Mr.
and Mia James Webnill, Mr. Tom Msdtay, Mba
Jean Dobee, Him Kelt Webb and Mr. Tom Webb,
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Newman. aid Mr, and Mr*, j
Campbell Cued.
Two little trainbearers clad to primrose
tilled with golden rosea, followed Nancy,
F. E, Hunn, formerly of Burke road, Canter-
bury, Melbourne, as die enteral Christ
Church, St. Kilda^ on January 25, for her
wedding to Frederick Harwood. eon iff Mr.
Noble, iff Avalon, Molesworth street, Kew,
Melbourne. The bride was given away fay her
uncle (Mr. £. J. May), and another uocie
(the Her. J. M. May, vicar of St. G« irge'n,
perform the wedding ceremony. Very!
white chiffon, with ita Kweejiing tulie veil,
over 16 yards iaeg, falling from a wreath
of opalescent blomwwia pale pink, ydlow,
wateriilies repeated the gold note of the
frocks worn fay tbe two small maids—
Dorothy sad Joan Stamps (census of the
bride), and of the gown <ff primrose geor
gette worn by the one bridesmaid (Mies
Lysbeth Hunn, sister iff the bride), who
looked moat attractive with gold leaves
in her hair, and earryiM a bouquet of yellow
flowers. Mr. Charles Waern was beat man.
at Caalyon's Esplanade Hotel, where guests
were welcomed by Mr. and Mrs. G. S.I
Lissetiden. j
of Coleraine (V.).
and of the late Alfred Tolhurst, Shirley,
Alma road, St. Kilda, Melbourne, to Sloan,
youngest son of Mrs. Morpeth and the late
Mr. Henry Douglas Morpeth, of Waiki,
New Zealand.
Joan, elder daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
R. M. Ranking, Tunbridge Wells, England,
to Lewis, eldest son of Sir Harold Luxton,
M.L.A.., & former Lord Mayor of Mel
G. W. Turner, Lambert road, Toorak, Mel
late Mr. A. Biggins and of Mrs. Biggins,
R. J. Murphy, of Holmwood avenue, Brigh
ton, Melbourne, to Walter B. Wilson, of
Berrybank, elder son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Wilson, of Tatura (V.).
Edna Ethel, elder daughter of Mr. and
eldest son of Professor and Mrs. J. F. M.
Haydon, Canberra (F.C.T.).
(V).
Phyllis I. Maidment, elder daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Maidment, Barton
Estate, Moyston, and Macklin, younger son
of the late Mr. A. C. Kaines, of Adelaide,
and Mrs. Kaines, of Ardoch, Dandenong
Keith Alwyn, younger son of the late
toomba, Alexandra avenue, Canterbury, was
performed by the Rev. W. H. Holesworth,
closely-fitting bodice were puffed above the
was lent by Mrs. A. Smith, was arranged
in a becoming cap with soft folds above the
and gold frangipanni was carried. Miss
Violet Robinson and Miss Betty Dickins
They were dressed alike in slimly cut gowns
were worn, and each maid carried a sheaf
of gladioli. The bridegroom's brother (Mr.
Claude Ward) was best man, and Mr. Alan
Messrs. F. Russell and A. Young. After
Dickins wore a graceful gown of wine
coloured peau d'ange with a small shoulder
black Chantilly lace frock, and her large hat
younger son of Mr. and Mrs. George Rams-
den, of Crumlin, Munro street, Armadale.
a bouquet of creamy water-lilies. Miss
was set off by a full skirt,and the crossover
coat, which tied at the back, was finished
with puffed elbow-length sleeves. A pretty
note of contrasting colour was introduced
in a sheaf bouquet of blue delphiniums
and a hair wreath of similar flowers. Mr.
Paddy Carter was best man, and Messrs.
Charlie Alsop and Robert Graham acted as
ushers. After the ceremony a reception was
Frank Angwin and by Mr. and Mrs. George
Ramsden. Among those present were:—
Mrs. George Ramsden, sen., Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Ramsden, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Vance, Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Alsop, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. W. Danby,
Mrs. Norman Smith, Mr. Jack Workman, Miss
Anderson, Mrs. R. McCulloch, Mrs. R. McKechnie,
Mr. and Mrs. James Manly, Mrs. E. Ramsden,
Miss Angwin (aunt of the bride), Miss Mollie
Angwin (sister of the bride), Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Anderson and Miss Doodie Anderson (Geelong),
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Best, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Hope (Geelong), Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Moon, Mr.
and Mrs. James Weigall, Mr. Tom Mackay, Miss
Jean Dobee, Miss Nell Webb and Mr. Tom Webb,
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Newman, and Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell Guest.
Two little trainbearers clad in primrose
filled with golden roses, followed Nancy,
F. E. Hunn, formerly of Burke road, Canter-
bury, Melbourne, as she entered Christ
Church, St. Kilda, on January 25, for her
wedding to Frederick Harwood, son of Mr.
Noble, of Avalon, Molesworth street, Kew,
Melbourne. The bride was given away by her
uncle (Mr. E. J. May), and another uncle
(the Rev. J. M. May, vicar of St. George's,
perform the wedding ceremony. Very
white chiffon, with its sweeping tulle veil,
over 10 yards long, falling from a wreath
of opalescent blossoms—pale pink, yellow,
waterlilies repeated the gold note of the
frocks worn by the two small maids—
Dorothy and Joan Stamps (cousins of the
bride), and of the gown of primrose geor
gette worn by the one bridesmaid (Miss
Lysbeth Hunn, sister of the bride), who
looked most attractive with gold leaves
in her hair, and carrying a bouquet of yellow
flowers. Mr. Charles Waern was best man.
at Carlyon's Esplanade Hotel, where guests
were welcomed by Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Lissenden.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 28 January 1933 [Issue No.4,386] page 12 2019-10-12 20:37 [Eagagemret notices **ri miwaomawite cf
aimrwcblnir vu-ddiRjr* must fell be rigwd by
rvfoMtnUthe* ul twth famlUe* eetJbertwd.l
The following engagement* are as
Bounced:—
Marjorie Hall (Jo), daughter *of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Rendell, Rtverleigb, Albert"!)
<V.), and \Vvl«h pool. and K. Newton, son of
Aibertou.
[Engagement notices and announcements of
approaching weddings must all be signed by
representatives of both families concerned.]
The following engagements are an
nounced:—
Marjorie Hall (Jo), daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Rendell, Riverleigh, Alberton
(V.), and Welshpool. and N. Newton, son of
Alberton.
Here There Everywhere (Article), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Wednesday 25 January 1933 [Issue No.2177] page 17 2019-10-12 20:35 [?]
Following heavy ifiM«^iiie East
em Downs, the Oondamlne River Jrift:
dood. YMdUUll6^V^'^Kaiir'
WM surrounded by water, and railway
communication with. Milmerran tu
blocked. Storm* at Ibe w«ek-*ad
brought relief to parked mw io:
the Cento*!, Northern, and North
western portions of tite State. Nond*
rogietored 240 point*.
It b estimated that about 900,000
the Great Watt of China, and it ps
believed »n Peiping (Peking) that re
Bistuioe to Japan on a wide scale wiJI
,Jx) made.
? ' - ? -? -
Jimer, -President Doumer, which 'Mill
carry 900 passenger* and a «rew of
800, has bean launched. The Minister
|or Mercantile Marine, in a speech re
?11 the new liner's furniture would be
pf metal.
? ? ?
The influenza epidemic as making
jtho Department of Nord, 00 per cent
e-f employees in the offices and work
tlto sickness. In East France, too,
aJl the schools are closed.
? ? ?
meat firm, ja establishing abattoirs
and meat-backing works in Southern
Rhodesia. Vestey'i bar* acquired
? ? ? »
fir© at Inverleigh, Victoria, last Ban
that bo died in hospital a few hours
* * *
near Helensburgh, N.S.W. was
A BAFFHNG MYSTERY '
'Never saw such a woman aa. my
wif©^ She's always asking me' for
Wonoy.''
'What does she do with itP'
'1 dunno; you see I never give her
~anyT' ' ?
ed when ho received a jolt while riding
fomucl Flavell, 08 years, walked about
i'! six weeks, but died on Tuesday
tors K»if] the slightest jar would have
* ? ?
Strcctf, Rockhampton, was burned to
»i«il up early to light the kitchen, fire
hnd accidentally set fire to her night
pown.
? ? ?
David Lloyd George celebrated hiB
viewed by the 'Daily ExpreBs' he
*aid : 'I have enjoyed my walk through
to the end, but I hare done with lead
need for bold, leadership than $*daj,'l
u! ? ? . , ? -., ?'. ';. ? ? ?
lightning on Buchanan'* farm at
Ing. Heavy rain was general through
oat the district,
? . ? ? *
During a thunderstorm at AUora on
ning just when Colin EriaaaU (20) was
pasting it. Friasell was dated for a
tune, his hair was singed, and an nm
brella was torn from his hand,
? ' ♦ ?
guished the bushfirea.
? ? ?
? ? ?
oeivo an additional £1,000,000 interest
on Britain's shares in the Sues Canal,
utilise tiiis to assist; shipowners.
? ? ?
on the Budget total £60,000,000.
? ? P.
? r ,?
'Failure to end jtbe conflict between
tiie social system,' states, a report by
? ? ?
? * ?
? ? «. ?
Friday' night tbe thieves came back,
and their haul included £160 in notes
? ? ?
smashed the window of Fortescne'a
grabbed what was within bis reach.
Nlghtwatchman Parsen seused the man
? ? ? ? *
?hop in Townsville last Friday and
was made from jftojidjoming building.
? . ? ?
* * *
wlnVh stnirk th- lad on the hr~d. Ho
died a few hours later in Gynipie Hos
« ? ?
It is possiblo that Sir Malcolm Camp
wai Beach, N.Z.. A prominent English
motorist, S. F. Edge, haB inspected
the beach, which ie about 30 miles
from Auckland, and he said that ho
attempt bo made there.
* ? «
Charlevillo on a visit to relatives at
len by the recent rains. Tbe body
has been , recovered^ ; _ , : , ,( (
Agent-General jn London for Western
Australia, Sir Hal Oolebafcch intends
resigning front the Senate. Ha is sow
in Sydney, and- with his family will
* . * *
The hon. secretary pf the Kalian
(R. F. Bianohi), who vioited Xismore,
that Italy. offered a splesdid outlet for
larly butterf wheat, and wool.
pyjamas?'*
The Secret of a Good Memory.' '
? ? ?
The Bev. Father Felix Conlon, S.J.,
had been washed off the rocks at' Pose
? ? ?
* * *
Wednesday night at her home at Para
mit suicide, bas been arrested and
? ? ?
trues and 'destroyed melon crops. Near
front the railway lines to permit the
? ? ?
In the Brisbane Polite Court last
Thursday,— John Ernest Bourke (43)
was committed for trial on the-eharge
Bourke, on December 10, Bourke had
axe. Bullets found in Jiourke'e pos
been converted into duni-dums.
? ? *
Bonds last Friday night, fishing craft
were hurled on to the botches and
Kinn»shod, and tons of sand wero swept
into the streets and parks of QuoenR
? « ?
Rivcrina last Thursday night, over
areaB from Hay to Forbes and Warren.
? ? ?
National and Canadian Pacifio rail
wore urged by E. W. Beatfcy, president
iof the Canadian Pacifio Railways, in
an address to thfi Canadian Gtab,
hi -;i,.i.r I.i: . .. !?-.!, -,T .?; w ..i vi /!,?..?«??;
1 ! '
fly the Southern Orou back to Aus
Ninety Mite Beach, AucklattdrHe~e*ti
mates the cost of flying the Tas»
man at £76, and says that' in the
fare probabjy would be £18 per pas*
»engert
s . a ft
Merinos and with a crew of six, bust
the AtlantJo from Senegal, Africa, to
of a regular South Atlanta service.
» - ♦ ?
The Noosa Shire Council, with Ooun.
eflllor C. J. R. Prank -chairman) pro
? * ?
? ? ?
» ? ?
? * ?
in the village of Rochecordon, For
. tunately, most of the inhabitants were
? * *
Tbe Vatican is' pained -says the
tjje Bulgarian Royal family should have
? « ?
been deported to the far north,
? ♦ ?
dustry (M. P. Hynea) hopes to be able
tiie present year.
? ? ? ?
that estimated by the Oommitttee of
Inquiry, is to hi forwarded to the Pre
Of Harburn and Rivers. ? ?
? ? *
Declaring that tho Walsh Island
Dockyard could ho made to pay, Wells,
week that tho dockyard was payable
in 1»28, 1929, and 1930. Ho said that
if it closed down the interest chnrgos
? .* ,?
been a union official for 80 years.
w * ?
Vorking in a1 sewerage ohannej open
Warrnsmbool, Victoria, two men mis
crushed by a falling roek, John Oul
len (28), of Melbourne, was kffled in
stantly. John Sid, of Melbourne, |i
in.Jiospital |n a erMfeal «pm|$jfc!tV
Eddie Gilbert, ft* aboriginal iast
to his arm and wtB flay for Queensland
It U authoritatively stated that Gilbert
wUl be instructed to use 'Jeg theory
. ??' '? ft e ' a
It has to be ctmfetted !that the Bris- ^
bane, crickethur trablin Am hanbxtr *5i*t
$h© 'leg theory*' wfll not be ruled out
seeing Gilbert convince the Bnglish
men that 'it !? more blessed to give
than $o receive.'
* * -?
An old hut at Tannymore], which
Michael Dohorty(rB) entered l«wt Wed.
^nesday to take shelter from a *torm, ~
collapsed a few minutes afterwards. .
Doherty had hU collarbone dislocated
and suffered pY ?evere bruising.
Captain R. R. Sassooa, the million
aire owner and wan-known amoUw
injuries received when his own hone
fell oo him daring the steeplechase at
Lingield a few days previously,
an offer -from » Mew York club of
£18,000 for the season. Last season
he suooeesfully held out against the
? ? s
Sports in Tokio last week reoeived an
offer from the Athletio Association of
Bologna, Italy, to engage, Japanese
swimmers as coaches for -four yeans,
? ? ?
ler of Europe, Bryll, committed sufcjde
? ? ?
Thursday by tho U.S.A. House of Re
tion, which last year nude similar ad
? ? ?
week ended January 13, bringing tho
total addition smc© the first of the
? * p.e
mills. The plant and mill building*
at Imbil have not yet been sold,
? WELL POGE1GTSD ? — ...
you'Billiard Cue. Why it that?'
was knocked out when batting: jn tho
cally declared jbo have sustained *'a i.
linear fracture of the right frontal :
? # ?
from tho effects of tetanus. When
trapping rabbitB near Razorback
scratched his leg on a Btick and became
? ? ?
Bosselton, W.A., on January 17,
James Larner (86*), a road worker, was
struck by lightning and killed, ft is
believed that he attempted to *each
another worker's camp, and *ook shel
ter tmder a tree, where his bodg tsas
f ono| some hour* gator.
Here There Everywhere
Following heavy rains on the East
ern Downs, the Condamlne River is in
flood. Yandilla Station on Monday
was surrounded by water, and railway
communication with Milmerran was
blocked. Storms at the week-end
brought relief to parched areas in
the Central, Northern, and North
western portions of the State. Nonda
registered 240 points.
It is estimated that about 200,000
the Great Wall of China, and it is
believed in Peiping (Peking) that re
sistance to Japan on a wide scale will
be made.
* * *
liner, President Doumer, which will
carry 900 passengers and a crew of
800, has been launched. The Minister
for Mercantile Marine, in a speech re
all the new liner's furniture would be
of metal.
* * *
The influenza epidemic is making
the Department of Nord, 60 per cent
of employees in the offices and work
the sickness. In East France, too,
all the schools are closed.
* * *
meat firm, is establishing abattoirs
and meat-packing works in Southern
Rhodesia. Vestey's have acquired
* * *
fire at Inverleigh, Victoria, last Sun
that he died in hospital a few hours
* * *
near Helensburgh, N.S.W., was
A BAFFLING MYSTERY
'Never saw such a woman as my
wife. She's always asking me for
money.''
'What does she do with it?'
'I dunno; you see I never give her
any."
ed when he received a jolt while riding
Samuel Flavell, 68 years, walked about
for six weeks, but died on Tuesday
tors said the slightest jar would have
* * *
Street, Rockhampton, was burned to
got up early to light the kitchen fire
had accidentally set fire to her night
gown.
* * *
David Lloyd George celebrated his
viewed by the 'Daily Express' he
said : 'I have enjoyed my walk through
to the end, but I have done with lead
need for bold, leadership than today."
lightning on Buchanan's farm at
ing. Heavy rain was general through
out the district,
* * *
During a thunderstorm at Allora on
ning just when Colin Frizzell (20) was
passing it. Frizzell was dazed for a
time, his hair was singed, and an um
brella was torn from his hand.
* * *
guished the bushfires.
* * *
* * *
ceive an additional £1,000,000 interest
on Britain's shares in the Suez Canal,
utilise this to assist shipowners.
* * *
on the Budget total £50,000,000.
* * *
* * *
'Failure to end the conflict between
the social system,' states a report by
* * *
* * *
* * *
Friday night the thieves came back,
and their haul included £150 in notes
* * *
smashed the window of Fortescue's
grabbed what was within his reach.
Nlghtwatchman Parsen seized the man
* * *
shop in Townsville last Friday and
was made from an adjoining building.
* * *
* * *
which struck the lad on the head. He
died a few hours later in Gympie Hos
* * *
It is possible that Sir Malcolm Camp
wai Beach, N.Z. A prominent English
motorist, S. F. Edge, has inspected
the beach, which is about 30 miles
from Auckland, and he said that he
attempt be made there.
* * *
Charleville on a visit to relatives at
len by the recent rains. The body
has been recovered.
Agent-General in London for Western
Australia, Sir Hal Colebatch intends
resigning from the Senate. He is now
in Sydney, and with his family will
* * *
The hon. secretary of the Italian
(R. F. Bianchi), who visited Lismore,
that Italy offered a splendid outlet for
larly butter, wheat, and wool.
pyjamas?'
The Secret of a Good Memory.'
* * *
The Rev. Father Felix Conlon, S.J.,
had been washed off the rocks at Rose
* * *
* * *
Wednesday night at her home at Papa
mit suicide, has been arrested and
* * *
trees and destroyed melon crops. Near
from the railway lines to permit the
* * *
In the Brisbane Police Court last
Thursday, John Ernest Bourke (43)
was committed for trial on the charge
Bourke, on December 10. Bourke had
axe. Bullets found in Bourke's pos
been converted into dum-dums.
* * *
Heads last Friday night, fishing craft
were hurled on to the beaches and
smashed, and tons of sand were swept
into the streets and parks of Queens
* * *
Riverina last Thursday night, over
areas from Hay to Forbes and Warren.
* * *
National and Canadian Pacific rail
were urged by E. W. Beatty, president
of the Canadian Pacific Railways, in
an address to the Canadian Club.
fly the Southern Cross back to Aus
Ninety Mite Beach, Auckland. He esti
mates the cost of flying the Tas-
man at £75, and says that in the
fare probably would be £18 per pas
senger.
* * *
Mermos and with a crew of six, last
the Atlantic from Senegal, Africa, to
of a regular South Atlantic service.
* * *
The Noosa Shire Council, with Coun
cillor C. J. R. Crank (chairman) pre
* * *
* * *
* * *
* * *
in the village of Rochecordon. For
tunately, most of the inhabitants were
* * *
The Vatican is pained (says the
the Bulgarian Royal family should have
* * *
been deported to the far north.
* * *
dustry (M. P. Hynes) hopes to be able
the present year.
* * *
that estimated by the Committee of
Inquiry, is to be forwarded to the Pre
of Harbors and Rivers.
* * *
Declaring that the Walsh Island
Dockyard could be made to pay, Wells,
week that the dockyard was payable
in 1928, 1929, and 1930. He said that
if it closed down the interest charges
* * *
been a union official for 30 years.
* * *
Working in a sewerage channel open
Warrnambool, Victoria, two men mis
crushed by a falling rock. John Oul
len (28), of Melbourne, was killed in
stantly. John Sici, of Melbourne, is
in hospital in a critical condition.
Eddie Gilbert, the aboriginal fast
bowler, has recovered from the injury
to his arm and will play for Queensland
It is authoritatively stated that Gilbert
will be instructed to use 'leg theory
tactics."
It has to be confessed that the Bris-
bane cricketing public is hoping that
the 'leg theory' will not be ruled out
seeing Gilbert convince the English
men that 'it is more blessed to give
than to receive.'
* * *
An old hut at Tannymorel, which
Michael Doherty (72) entered last Wed.
nesday to take shelter from a storm,
collapsed a few minutes afterwards.
Doherty had his collarbone dislocated
and suffered severe bruising.
Captain R. E. Sassoon, the million
aire owner and well-known amateur
injuries received when his own horse
fell on him during the steeplechase at
Lingfield a few days previously.
an offer from a New York club of
£12,000 for the season. Last season
he successfully held out against the
* * *
Sports in Tokio last week received an
offer from the Athletic Association of
Bologna, Italy, to engage Japanese
swimmers as coaches for four years.
* * *
ler of Europe, Bryll, committed suicide
* * *
Thursday by the U.S.A. House of Re
tion, which last year made similar ad
* * *
week ended January 13, bringing the
total addition since the first of the
* * *
mills. The plant and mill buildings
at Imbil have not yet been sold.
WELL POCKETED
you Billiard Cue. Why it that?'
was knocked out when batting in the
cally declared to have sustained 'a
linear fracture of the right frontal
* * *
from the effects of tetanus. When
trapping rabbits near Razorback
scratched his leg on a stick and became
* * *
Busselton, W.A., on January 17,
James Larner (36), a road worker, was
struck by lightning and killed. It is
believed that he attempted to reach
another worker's camp, and took shel
ter under a tree, where his body was
found some hours later.
OBITUARY MRS. R. LEWIS PARKER. RED CROSS WORKER. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 25 January 1933 [Issue No.20,425] page 6 2019-10-12 20:01 Tasmanian section of the A.I.F., In 1915.
The Elphin branch of the,Red Cross, of
which the deceased was hon, secretary,
and attention to, soldiers and their de-
years, was anative of A'ictoria. His
Mr. McKenzie left Melbpurne for Port
breakwater, and In the following year
of his life In Sydney on various import-
ing Herald") carried out In conjunction
Bray). The remains were cremated at^
' Well-known Operatic Identity.
Slgnor Antonio Folli, well-known in
tion, died suddenly this morning. He bad
affection of the heart. *
Slgnor Folli was aged 47 years. He
waB bom at Lodi, Italy, and came to
ager, and In a similar capacity for sub-
Williamson Imperial Company, ' which
France has lost heavily In her "tour-
her foreign visitors numbered 3.000,000
a year, and thev spent some £ 9,000,000.
In 1931 the number o'f visitors was halv-
ed, while last year It fell to something
Tasmanian section of the A.I.F., in 1915.
The Elphin branch of the Red Cross, of
which the deceased was hon. secretary,
and attention to soldiers and their de-
years, was a native of Victoria. His
Mr. McKenzie left Melbourne for Port
breakwater, and in the following year
of his life in Sydney on various import-
ing Herald") carried out in conjunction
Bray). The remains were cremated at
Well-known Operatic Identity.
Signor Antonio Folli, well-known in
tion, died suddenly this morning. He had
affection of the heart.
Signor Folli was aged 47 years. He
was bom at Lodi, Italy, and came to
ager, and in a similar capacity for sub-
Williamson Imperial Company, which
France has lost heavily in her "tour-
her foreign visitors numbered 3,000,000
a year, and they spent some £9,000,000.
In 1931 the number of visitors was halv-
ed, while last year it fell to something

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