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Subject: [ZA-EC] The Daily Representative (May 1930)
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 09:03:48 -0700 (PDT)
Friday, May 2, 1930
WILLIAMS.- Passed away at 34, Grey Street, on the 30th April, Mary Anne
WILLIAMS, beloved mother of Mrs. A.M. DEVLIN. Aged 89 years.
Notice to Creditors & Debtors
Estate of the late Letitia Emily KEYS, born MILDENHALL, of Queenstown. No.
Attorneys for Executor Testamentary
In the Estate of the late Gertrude HICKMAN (born HORSMAN), Widow of Queenstown.
Secretary, Queenstown Loan,
Trust & Agency Co., Ltd.
P.O. Box 44,
Notice to Creditors
In the Estate of the late Johannes Petrus Jordaan SCHOEMAN, of Sterkstroom. No.
Attorney for Executor Testamentary.
P.O. Box 6,
Saturday, May 3, 1930
Mr. Francis E. WIGGILL, of Cathcart, celebrated his 86th birthday on Monday
Monday, May 5, 1930
Estate of late Thomas George COOPER. 166/131 4918/18…
Attorneys for Executrix
Tuesday, May 6, 1930
In the beautifull little church of St. Mary’s, Tylden, Archdeacon H. ROWLEY
officiating, a pretty wedding was solemnised at 2.30 p.m., on Wednesday, the
30th of April, when Miss Melba Myra HERBERT, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.
HERBERT, of Durban, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. MILLER, of Tylden, was
married to Mr. Ronald Thomas Hillman BROWN, elder son or Mr. Thomas BROWN,
ofGuildford, and grandson of the late Hon. Thomas BROWN…
Miss KENNELLY, sister of Mrs. E. STANTON and Mrs. MEYER from Indwe was married
to Mr. GRAY last Saturday. After the ceremony was performed in the Roman
Catholic Church, the numerous gusts were entertained in the Town Hall, after
which the happy couple left by train for East London and from there by boat to
Thursday, May 9, 1930
Mr. STANTON junr., son or Mr. A.T. STANTON passed away on Friday after a
lingering illness. The funeral at which Rev. J. MORGAN conducted the service
took place on Saturday afternoon.
Miss Regina SCOTT, daughter of Mr. Henry SCOTT, was married on Wednesday last to
Mr. W.S. COETZEE, teller in the Standard Bank. We wish the young couple every
Monday, May 12, 1930
Notice by Executor
Estate late Frederic Jacques KOHLER. No. 21992…
McCONNELL & ROSE
Solicitors for Executor
Tuesday, May 13, 1930
MIDDLETON.- On the 13th May, at “Lynton,” 14, Komani Street, to Mr. and Mrs.
E.L. MIDDLETON, a son. Both well.
Monday, May 19, 1930
ERSKINE.- Passed peacefully away at her residence, Grey Street, on Saturday,
the 17th inst., Mrs. Stuart Townsend ERSKINE. Aged 85 years.
Tragedy at Elliot
Little Boy killed by Motor Car
Ran across the Road
Death almost instataneos
A sad motor accident resulting in the death of a boy of four years occurred
yesterday afternoon about three miles from Elliot, at the foot of what as
McCunes Hill. It appears that a Cala farmer names THOMPSON and his child were
sitting on one side of the road, and his wife on the opposite side near an
outspanned wagon, when they saw a car coming slowly down the hill. When the car
had almost reached the spot the child suddenly attempted to cross the road to
his mother, running right in front of the car. The driver of the car, Mr. D.K.
MUIR, representing LAMONT Bros., of Queenstown, swerved quickly in an endeavour
to miss the child, who, however, was caught by the back wheel and sustained
injuries to the head which caused death almost instantaneously. The car driver
rendered all help possible, the police and the doctor were sent for immediately
and an inquiry is proceeding. – Reuter.
Tuesday, May 20, 1930
SHIMMON.- Died at Frontier Hospital, Queenstown, on the 18th inst., William
Edward SHIMMON, (late of Public Works Department). Aged 42 years. – Deeply
Wednesday, May 21, 1930
DIEMER.- Passed away on 18th May, 1930, Lola Avis, dearly loved fifth daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. DIEMER, Westbourne, Queenstown. Aged 23 years.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley BLUNDEN, Leeuwfontein, on the birth of a
Tuesday, May 22, 1930
WHITNALL.- Sacred to the cherished memory of Sheila Mary, dearly loved and only
daughter of Mrs. And the late Mrs. A.S. WHITNALL, The Hermitage, 14, Henry
Street, Grahamstown. Nursing at the Frontier Hospital, Queenstown.
Monday, May 26, 1930
MULLER.- In memory of Willie, eldest son of Mr. And Mrs. E.L. MULLER, who was
killed on the railway on the 26th May, 1922. Aged 16 years 8 months 24 days.
Tuesday, May 27, 1930
Motor Accident at Elliot
Queenstown driver exonerated
(>From our own Correspondent.)
The magisterial Inquiry into the death of a boy named THOMPSON, who was killed
in a motor accident near Elliot, on the 18th inst. Was held here last Friday,
and a verdict of Accidental Death was returned. The driver of the car was Mr.
D.K. MUIR, of Queenstown.
Friday, May 30, 1930
Notice by Executors
In the Estate of the late Sophia Tella MALGAS (born SLOOT) and subsequently
deceased spouse Isaac MALGAS, of Sterkstroom. Nos. 18560 and 18561...
P.O. Box 6,
Notice to Creditors
In the Estate of the late Carl (or Carel) Nicholas VAN HEERDEN. No. 26301...
VISSER & PETER
Attorneys for the Executor Testamentary
Sunelia Heath :-)
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