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4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,980
5 Rhonda.M 3,048,891
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2891 chrisstevenson 9,295
2892 kosborne 9,291
2893 Coach 9,288
2894 Willcocksv 9,283
2895 joyjenblue 9,277
2896 ChrisBryce 9,275

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1 JohnWarren 5,738,505
2 noelwoodhouse 3,872,930
3 NeilHamilton 3,412,341
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,959
5 Rhonda.M 3,048,878
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2883 jjpritchard7 9,299
2884 Coach 9,288
2885 kosborne 9,284
2886 Willcocksv 9,283
2887 joyjenblue 9,277
2888 ChrisBryce 9,275

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Evening Echo (Ballarat, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 20 December 1918 [Issue No.7659] page 4 2019-09-09 15:37 Mr James Taylor are respectfully 'invited
'to follow his remains to /the
Cemetery. The fnneral cortege is ap
pditned to leave his late residence, No.
117 Hwmffray street north, on Saturday,
Decemiber 21, at 3.45 p^m.
Fnneral Director, 21 Armstrong at.,
oear City Hall. 'Phone 429.
B. J. BOLLBm,
#om«raU P«rtonall ? Oonduet«4 ix a*^
Part of t*» DUtrlet,
r^U AACIT*»*—*1 AMMHTBOW» 1*9
Mr James Taylor are respectfully invited
to follow his remains to the
Cemetery. The funeral cortege is ap
poited to leave his late residence, No.
117 Humffray street north, on Saturday,
December 21, at 3.45 p.m.
Funeral Director, 21 Armstrong st.,
near City Hall. 'Phone 429.
R. J. MILLER,
Funerals Personally Conducted in any
Part of the District,
Address - Armstrong St.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Ballarat Courier (Vic. : 1869 - 1883; 1914 - 1918), Thursday 26 October 1882 [Issue No.4783] page 2 2019-09-09 15:13 Iatias—Dcmus.—At tbe Tom Minion HaB,
TiaUuat hut. by Mr Martin Hodciag. Jamaa
Taylor, of llcddon, to Maiv Ann Oafauo,
' dainsWwr tbe late" Bobert Durham,
Taylor—Durham—At the Town Mission Hall,
Ballarat East. by Mr Martin Hosking. James
Taylor, of Haddon, to Mary Ann Durham,
youngest daughter of the late Robert Durham,
Ballarat.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 30 October 1934 [Issue No.24819] page 1 2019-09-09 15:02 TAYLOR. — On tho 2.1th October, at. Ballarat,
Mnry Ann, beloved wife of the late J nines
Taylor, nnd loving mother of Lily (Mrs.
A. II. Gilchrist), mother-in-law of Iierb.,
nnd darling uaiina of Betty.
Ever icmcmheicd.
TAYLOR. — On the 25th October, at Bailors.
Mary Ann, hclovcd wile of the Into James
Taylor, nnd loving mother of Jessie (Mrs.
H. J j. Qulnn), rnothcr-in-lnw of Edward,
and darling nnnna of Laurence. At rent,
TAYLOR. — On the 25th October, at. Ballarat,
Mary Ann, beloved wife of the late James
Taylor, and loving mother of Lily (Mrs.
A. H. Gilchrist), mother-in-law of Herb.,
and darling nanna of Betty.
Ever remembered.
TAYLOR. — On the 25th October, at Ballarat,
Mary Ann, beloved wife of the late James
Taylor, and loving mother of Jessie (Mrs.
E. L. Quinn), mother-in-law of Edward,
and darling nanna of Laurence. At rest,
Family Notices (Family Notices), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 12 August 1884 [Issue No.9,069] page 2 2019-09-04 13:58 hawk, by the Rev. R. Lowers, Peter, the eldest
son of Peter Potorson, to Annie, the third daugh-
hawk, by the Rev. R. Lewers, Peter, the eldest
son of Peter Peterson, to Annie, the third daugh-
THE SPRING SHOW. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 24 October 1877 [Issue No.6,971] page 2 2019-09-04 11:13 Concert at Califoenia Gully.—A grand
stances. There will also bo dancing after the
Concert at California Gully.—A grand
stances. There will also be dancing after the
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 7 August 1937 [Issue No.28,381] page 7 2019-09-01 16:38 MUIR.—On tin 2nd August at her residence
19 Bowler street Auburn Jane beloved wife of
tin) lato Henry Muir and loving mother of
Lisle und Honrv and daughttr-ln lnvv (Neill,
and lovid grandma of Jtan and Bervle and
lovltit, sister of Mrs Peterson of Middle Park
nnd loving brother Arch of Cheltenham
and loving nunile of Glndys Stan Bett and
Mary -Sadly missed <
MUIR.—On the 2nd AUgu.t at her residence
19 now 1er street Auburn lovlnr sister in law of
Mr C Ridsdale and Mr and Mrs . Osborni
anil dt it nunile of V Ridsdale and red Nellie
and M lite O home -Sweet rest
MUIR.—On the 2nd August at her residence
19 Bowler street, Auburn, Jane beloved wife of
the late Henry Muir and loving mother of
Elsie and Henry and daughter-in- law (Nellie),
and loved grandma of Jean and Beryle and
loving sister of Mrs Peterson of Middle Park,
and loving brother Arch, of Cheltenham
and loving auntie of Gladys, Stan, Bert and
Mary. Sadly missed.
MUIR.—On the 2nd August at her residence
19 Bowler street Auburn, loving sister in law of
Mrs. C Ridsdale and Mr and Mrs E. Osborne,
and dear auntie of V. Ridsdale and Ted, Nellie
and Marge Osborne. Sweet rest
CORONER'S INQUEST. LATE FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE GOLDEN AGE TRIBUTE. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 21 June 1875 [Issue No.6250] page 3 2019-09-01 15:51 Front the titne of the amputation, Mrs. Gellon was
told her the occurrance was a purely accidental
John Cameron deposed: I am a minor; I was a
Tltatday, about lnlf past eight a.m., tho deceased
tired a hole in the quartz in the backs at the 335
fret level, ahout-50 feet from tho shr.it. His son
Xcil was working 'with us; After that hole
For eleven month4 .previously the ground bad
beau standing and got winded to. our know
ledge. 'I he shot was fired for the purpose of t k
jn'the quartz down; it naturally shook the nnil
locii overhead. I was coming down thu ladders from
whore 1 had retired from tho shot, when the de
ceased told 1110 that ho hoard something moving
and bi I me go hack; whilo turninc round the mul
locli fed, and can lit Gcllon, and would have
caU6ht me too had I boon low enough down on the
ladders. The ground in the hacks would be some
0 feet from where the hole was fired. The three of
us were to'ether when tho shot went off; one piece
of slato whio foil would weigh about fivo or six
tons; our can 'les were put out by tha shot. I went
to the dece»se I, and his son came also, and got a
light from him; 011 reaching the deceased we fou ,d
him covered all but tho head with mulloch. His
and they assisted ma in dragging the mulloch off
tho deceased. Apart from the largo block of slate,
tome three or four tons of mulloch came down; we
could not have propped an,I worked this ground at
tho same time; any timber which wo would have
put in horo would have been blown away by the
shots. The deceased had a lighted catidle and a
pick with hiin. He wa,down a fiw minut s before
1 wont down. I cannot say whether lie had sounded
the ground; I did not hear him say lie liaddoncao.
I have been milling for "over fifteen 'years, ami in
my opinion had ho eouudo I tho ground, and the
place been clear of smoke, he was justified iu going
where he-was when.tho fall took pluce, but not in
going so quickly after tho shot.
we had about 7 feet of mulloch 011 tho sets. The
deceased w.is the Inst mining manager in the olijiui.
Joseph lfaynos is the legal manager of the tribute.
He uevcr comcs to inspoct our, woik.
To the coroner: Wo bad to su]fply ourse'.vcs With
everything but the tools. Die deceased held tho
tribute agreement.. • , •
John liryco deposed: I nui a mate in tho tribute
which the deceased hnd obtained. I have heard
the evidence given by tuu iaab witness and believe
it to he quite correct. A t the time of the accident.
1 and Williams were at work at tho bottom of the
shaft. The mulloch attlie 335 feet level is built up
to within 2 or 3 feet of the face of thest.ipo, nml itis
my opinion, whilst the ilece sed was turning round
it to get out of tho w.iy that the falling mulloch
caught him. I was woikingin the claim a week
previously, hut fired 110 shots the wholo of the
tinio. I heard of 110 ground unexpectedly falling.
They thought the ground safe. \Ve had our own
time and were not hurried 11s eomo men who arc
Wider bosses I consider it right to go in where a
shot has beeu fired;'no matter how soon, when the
To Sir Nicholusii \ye give our gold to Mr Matthew
Darker, the legal manager of the Golden Ago Com
pany. ^ Air J. ilaynes is the manager or' the tribute,
hut neither exercise any supervision over Us.
Ilciiry U. Nicholas deposed: I am inspector of
mines for the Sandhurst di$triot. I-saw the notice
in the papers of the acoident, but did not receive
tha required notice of it from tho manage s. On
tho 26tli May last, six days after the accident, I
wont to the mine. I found the tributors had been
ground was properly timbered, and tho back closely
tilled up with mulloch. ' I could not stand up be
tween tho roof and the mulloch iu any place. John
Cameron and the deceased's son showed 1110 where
rence as given i 1 evidence to day. Then the placc
was. quite safe. I think Bryua aud Cameron
right in g)i>,g hack to woik' so soon in a
rapidly, as th»y would bo enabled to sco any
uaiijrer.itts eromtd; 1 'fouud breachosof tho Act,
of which I informed' Jos. Hayncs, but lie has
taken no notice,.* .. This-is Nanother instance of 110
supervision being kept,'over tributors. Under all
the circumstances, I lookiiipou . this . acci ieut as
unavoidable. ' "*•
The jury found a verdict: that death resulted
from hieraorrkige, after an operation, necessitated
from the deceased having been-injured by an acci
on the -Oth M.ay last, and that.he hid beeu pro
From the time of the amputation, Mrs. Gellon was
told her the occurrence was a purely accidental
John Cameron deposed: I am a miner; I was a
That day, about half past eight a.m., the deceased
fired a hole in the quartz in the backs at the 335
feet level, about 50 feet from the shaft. His son
Neil was working with us; After that hole
For eleven months previously the ground had
been standing and got winded to our know
ledge. The shot was fired for the purpose of tak
ing the quartz down; it naturally shook the mul
lock overhead. I was coming down the ladders from
where I had retired from the shot, when the de
ceased told me that he heard something moving
and bid me go back; while turning round the mul
lock fell, and caught Gellon, and would have
caught me too had I been low enough down on the
ladders. The ground in the backs would be some
6 feet from where the hole was fired. The three of
us were together when the shot went off; one piece
of slate which fell would weigh about five or six
tons; our candles were put out by the shot. I went
to the deceased, and his son came also, and got a
light from him; on reaching the deceased we found
him covered all but the head with mulloch. His
and they assisted me in dragging the mulloch off
the deceased. Apart from the large block of slate,
some three or four tons of mulloch came down; we
could not have propped and worked this ground at
the same time; any timber which we would have
put in here would have been blown away by the
shots. The deceased had a lighted candle and a
pick with him. He was down a few minutes before
I went down. I cannot say whether he had sounded
the ground; I did not hear him say he had done so.
I have been mining for over fifteen years, and in
my opinion had he sounded the ground, and the
place been clear of smoke, he was justified in going
where he was when the fall took place, but not in
going so quickly after the shot.
we had about 7 feet of mulloch on the sets. The
deceased was the Iast mining manager in the claim.
Joseph Haynes is the legal manager of the tribute.
He never comes to inspect our work.
To the coroner: We had to supply ourselves with
everything but the tools. The deceased held the
tribute agreement..
John Bryce deposed: I am a mate in the tribute
which the deceased had obtained. I have heard
the evidence given by the last witness and believe
it to be quite correct. At the time of the accident.
I and Williams were at work at the bottom of the
shaft. The mulloch at the 335 feet level is built up
to within 2 or 3 feet of the face of the stope, and it is
my opinion, whilst the deceased was turning round
it to get out of the way that the falling mulloch
caught him. I was working in the claim a week
previously, but fired no shots the whole of the
time. I heard of no ground unexpectedly falling.
They thought the ground safe. We had our own
time and were not hurried as some men who are
under bosses I consider it right to go in where a
shot has been fired, no matter how soon, when the
To Mr Nicholas: We give our gold to Mr Matthew
Barker, the legal manager of the Golden Age Com
pany. Mr J. Haynes is the manager of the tribute,
but neither exercise any supervision over us.
Henry B. Nicholas deposed: I am inspector of
mines for the Sandhurst district. I saw the notice
in the papers of the accident, but did not receive
the required notice of it from the managers. On
the 26th May last, six days after the accident, I
went to the mine. I found the tributors had been
working in a miner-like and safe manner. The
ground was properly timbered, and the back closely
filled up with mulloch. I could not stand up be
tween the roof and the mulloch in any place. John
Cameron and the deceased's son showed me where
rence as given in evidence to day. Then the place
was quite safe. I think Bryce and Cameron
right in going back to work so soon in a
rapidly, as they would be enabled to see any
dangerous ground. I found breaches of the Act,
of which I informed Jos. Haynes, but he has
taken no notice. This is another instance of no
supervision being kept over tributors. Under all
the circumstances, I look upon this accident as
unavoidable.
The jury found a verdict that death resulted
from haemorrhage, after an operation, necessitated
from the deceased having been injured by an acci
on the 20th May last, and that he had been pro
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 7 June 1924 [Issue No.21,585] page 5 2019-08-27 14:56 "VfRS. W. HUBBARD and FAMILY desire lo
lM. wprea Uielr hrertfclt THANKS to there
many kind friend, and relative, for lettera, tola-
gram, floral tributes and personal expressions of
sympathy In their sudden and ead bereavement,
especially Mrs. Waugh, the Box III11 stall ami
Mr. Ren tie, undertaker. WIU all please accept this
Intimation ; as a personal acknowledgment of our
sincere .gratitude., ......
Stanley-terrace. Surrey Hllla. . - .
Mrs. W. HUBBARD and FAMILY desire to
express their heartfelt THANKS to their
many kind friends, and relatives, for letters, tele-
grams, floral tributes and personal expressions of
sympathy In their sudden and sad bereavement,
especially Mrs. Waugh, the Box Hill staff and
Mr. Rentle, undertaker. Will all please accept this
intimation as a personal acknowledgement of our
sincere gratitude.
Stanley-terrace. Surrey Hills.
OBITUARY MR. W. H. DIXON A Prominent Tasmanian Politician and Pastoralist (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 21 May 1935 [Issue No.20,146] page 8 2019-08-24 15:56 Messrs. T. Marglson, A. HaaB, A. Par-
riodbut-by Mr. Colin Royle, of St. Marys.
Messrs. T. Margison, A. Haas, A. Par-
ried out-by Mr. Colin Royle, of St. Marys.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 20 May 1935 [Issue No.20,145] page 1 2019-08-24 15:52 Eva, aged 52 years. Interred St. Marya
Eva, aged 52 years. Interred St. Marys

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