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3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
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2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,406
5 Rhonda.M 3,095,194
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10181 AileenWalsh 1,098
10182 bhjames 1,098
10183 kchutch 1,098
10184 ruthin 1,098
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A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Wednesday 4 October 1922 [Issue No.17999] page 8 2019-10-11 18:19 A PAJXFTJL ACCIDENT. [
I About cloven o'clock yesterday K/reiionn |
j Mrs. Linde, who keeps n store «I. the
j Torner of thc Lion Creek road and Wan-,
dalstreet, was reaching 'ip for a tin of,
I biscuits on thc hhelf. ¿he put her left I
i hand on a. glass show case, on the ectintoi
land her weight on this, a* she reached I
for the. biscuits, caused it to collapse, w;th j
j the result, that her arm went right through j ?
it. Â wound, between 5 in. and C .'n. I
long, was tho result, thc cut being on',
each sido of the elbow on the inside of ! i
the ann. The wound bled in alarming ¡
fashion. First aid was rendered by the ,
ambulance bearers, who hurried Mrs. I,
Linde to a doctor, who had to administer1 (
an anxethetic in order lo stitch up th« ¡^
taken back to her homo, '
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [
About eleven o'clock yesterday forenoon
Mrs. Linde, who keeps a store at the
corner of the Lion Creek Road and Wan-
dal Street, was reaching up for a tin of
biscuits on the shelf. She put her left
hand on a. glass show case, on the counter
and her weight on this, as she reached
for the biscuits, caused it to collapse, with
the result, that her arm went right through
it. Â wound, between 5 in. and 6 ins.
long, was the result, the cut being on
each side of the elbow on the inside of
the arn. The wound bled in alarming
fashion. First aid was rendered by the
ambulance bearers, who hurried Mrs.
Linde to a doctor, who had to administer
an anaesthetic in order lo stitch up the
taken back to her home.
A ROCKHAMPTON FATALITY. Rockhampton, March 1. (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Monday 4 March 1918 page 3 2019-10-11 18:01 JtvOClvliniHJ) EOQj luarOU J»
' killed at the railway quarry at Her
bert's Creek this morning, .mde,
Department, was drilling a
enable a charge to be put an, Vhen
there was an explosion and be was
- gigfotv.'-Wown to ,-.pieees.., .There
Were severe injuries to the face,
We condition when picked up, and
whatever "aid was possible was ren
train, but expired just at the tram
.loaves a family at Boolburra«
Rockhampton, March 1
killed at the railway quarry at Her-
bert's Creek this morning. Linde,
Department, was drilling a hole to
enable a charge to be put in, when
there was an explosion and he was
almost blown to pieces. There
were severe injuries to the face,
rible condition when picked up, and
whatever aid was possible was ren-
train, but expired just as the train
leaves a family at Boolburra.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.16,273] page 7 2019-10-11 16:30 'Td hang up a sign each year.
(Inserted by Us loving sister.
I'd hang up a sign each year.
(Inserted by his loving sister.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Wednesday 8 July 1953 page 6 2019-10-11 16:28 KADDEiiER.— The Relatives &
Friends of Mrs. Desina , A.
Norma Laschiver, -Mr. St Mrs.
ot her beloved Husband. his
Son. their Brother. Brother-in-
(Thursday i Morning, for the
South Brisbane Cemetery.. —
RADDEKER.— The Relatives &
Friends of Mrs. Desma A.
Norma Laschiver, Mr. & Mrs.
ot her beloved Husband, his
Son, their Brother, Brother-in-
Thursday Morning, for the
South Brisbane Cemetery.
Olive--Linde Wedding. BLUE AND LEMON DECORATIONS. (Article), The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941), Thursday 19 February 1931 [Issue No.2954] page 12 2019-10-11 16:19 ietta over satin had a two-tiered flar
arranged in the ..mob cap fashion with,
carried a shower bouquet of white .
tulle streamers. ;
ance as bridesmaid, wore a -pretty
blue orepe de Chine froqk with on ir
regular hemline and a lemon silk,
straw hat. . She carried .-a t shower
bouquet of pink cactus dahUag gnfi
roses tied with tulloand bine ribbon
groom's gift (a gold key breboh). The
bridal bouquets were made by . Mis®
Mr. Irvine John Linde (fit-other of
the bride) was best man, ;'/>/
Blue and lemon gtreamejs -and -a
lemon wedding bell were Chosen for; ,
of Mr. and Mrs, W. jeffren>
-Mrs. Linde (the hride'g n)Qthm)
costume" with a nink hat. , Mrs. Olive
(mother of the bridegroom) was in,
grey crepe de Chine and a grey cripp- :
line straw hat. - Mrs. Jefferson, (tir®
bridegroom's sister) wore a hfiiS®
mariette frock and; a silk orinpjlne hat
to tono. :r
The honeymoon will be.Bpqnt in he
groom will also make their 'futpra
home.-. ". -
The bride's trav.oJMng dregg was Of
powder blue crepe de Chine . wfth an
uneven1 heinlinc and with it' she
and a blue linen straw . hat. The
ibride and bridegroom were the recipi
arranged in the mob cap fashion with,
carried a shower bouquet of white
tulle streamers.
ance as bridesmaid, wore a pretty
blue crepe de Chine frock with on
irregular hemline and a lemon silk
straw hat. She carried a shower
bouquet of pink cactus dahlias and
roses tied with tulle and blue ribbon
groom's gift (a gold key brooch). The
bridal bouquets were made by Miss
Mr. Irvine John Linde (brother of
the bride) was best man.
Blue and lemon streamers and a
lemon wedding bell were Chosen for
of Mr. and Mrs, W. Jefferson, 10
-Mrs. Linde (the bride's mother)
costume with a pink hat. Mrs. Olive
(mother of the bridegroom) was in
grey crepe de Chine and a grey crino-
line straw hat. - Mrs. Jefferson, (the
bridegroom's sister) wore a beige
mariette frock and; a silk crinoline hat
to tone.
The honeymoon will be spent in the
groom will also make their future
home.
The bride's travelling dress was of
powder blue crepe de Chine with an
uneven hemline and with it she
and a blue linen straw hat. The
bride and bridegroom were the recipi-
PERSONAL ITEMS (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 18 January 1944 [Issue No.25,037] page 2 2019-10-11 16:05 Pte R. Raddeker spent leave from Kew
K- Raddeker, 334 Campbell Street, Rock-
Pte R. Raddeker spent leave from New
K. Raddeker, 334 Campbell Street, Rock-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941), Wednesday 7 June 1933 [Issue No.3645] page 8 2019-10-11 15:58 lumtiACE NoncE.
HASXAFOHD— 11AWKK.— At St. : Slaiy', CSiurclj
of fngland, Mount Morgan, on 6Ui June, by
Die Rector, Itev. C. W. Chandler, Eleanor,
only daughter of Sir. and Sir. A. J. "Ifawkc,
of Waltcrhall, to. flic J|e». Ilcnre Sydenham,
I eldest Son. of Sir and Sfrs. J. T, Itannaford,
Soumemouth, England.
TITHE Friends and Relatives of 'Mr.
and Mrs.' KARL RADDEKER
to attend tlie Funeral of their de
ceased "beloved .Daughter and. Sister,
residence, 3.18 Murray street, off
South street, TO-MORROW (Thurs
MARRIAGE NOTICE
HANNAFORD— HAWKE.— At St. Mary's Churclj
of England, Mount Morgan, on 6th June, by
the Rector, Rev. C. W. Chandler, Eleanor,
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. J. Hawke,
of Walterhall, to the Rev. Henry Sydenham,
eldest Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Hannaford,
Bounemouth, England.
THE Friends and Relatives of Mr.
and Mrs. KARL RADDEKER
to attend tlie Funeral of their de-
ceased beloved Daughter and Sister,
residence, 318 Murray Street, off
South Street, TO-MORROW (Thurs-
ENGAGEMENTS (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Friday 17 March 1944 [Issue No.25,087] page 2 2019-10-11 15:50 The engagement is announces of
The engagement is announced of
Found the Ball LUCK CHANGE FOR FAMILY (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 2 November 1953 page 1 2019-10-11 15:48 Found the I5.il!
iLUCKCHANGE
i FOR FAMILY
rJ^HE family of an eld
vesterdav his £103/11/8
Find-thc-Bnll win mights
change a run of had luck. '
He is Mr. K. Raddcker,:
Park— one of 18 people;
who shared total prize '
money of £1864/10/ inj
last week's competition. .
When told of his win, ?
Mr. Raddcker exclaimed,'
'Good on you!' before his)
voice trniled off and one;
of his three daughters '?
took over. j
BltOTHEES DIED :
Miss Vcra Raddeker '
ycar-old father suffered a ',
stroke last March and ex- ,
citcment affected his -
Four months ago her '
brother — an only son — !
died of war injuries. Mrs. ;
Raddcker died three years ?
The Find-thc-Ball win;
would assure ailing Mr. .
Raddeker of a good holi
day, Miss Raddeker said. ?
This week's competi- ?
tion picture — P. 5. ;
lltlMI IT!! I I' I I' ? ? I .1.1 I'llr,., ? /
Found the Ball
LUCK CHANGE
FOR FAMILY
THE family of an eld-
yesterday his £103/11/8
Find-the-Ball win might
change a run of had luck.
He is Mr. K. Raddeker,
Park— one of 18 people
who shared total prize
money of £1864/10/ in
last week's competition.
When told of his win,
Mr. Raddcker exclaimed,
'Good on you!' before his
voice trailed off and one
of his three daughters
took over.
BROTHER DIED
Miss Vera Raddeker
year-old father suffered a
stroke last March and ex-
citement affected his
Four months ago her
brother — an only son —
died of war injuries. Mrs.
Raddcker died three years
The Find-the-Ball win
would assure ailing Mr.
Raddeker of a good holi-
day, Miss Raddeker said.
This week's competi-
tion picture — P. 5.

CENTRAL GIRLS' SCHOOL. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 9 April 1929 [Issue No.20,115] page 6 2019-10-11 15:32 At the monthly mooting of tho <
Parente' and Citizens' Association of I
the Central Girls' School, Mrs. Skinner, '
Mrs. Bloomfield and Mr. Kaddekcr were
elected members of the Association. It 1
was decided lo postpone the swimming t
carnival until early next season, as thc »
weather is so doubtful, and to hold 3 t
concert in the Eurythmic Hall on Fri- <
day, May 10th. Thc tender of Mr. 1* i
Wood. North Rockhampton, for creeling
pergolas was accepted. To enable past <
pupils lo meet socially it was decid-d i
to call a meeting of all those interested e
At the monthly meeting of the
Parents' and Citizens' Association of
the Central Girls' School, Mrs. Skinner,
Mrs. Bloomfield and Mr. Raddeker were
elected members of the Association. It
was decided lo postpone the swimming
carnival until early next season, as the
weather is so doubtful, and to hold a
concert in the Eurythmic Hall on Fri-
day, May 10th. Thc tender of Mr. L.
Wood. North Rockhampton, for erecting
pergolas was accepted. To enable past
pupils lo meet socially it was decided
to call a meeting of all those interested

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