The Daily Representative 1932 3 July - September
Friday, July 1, 1932
VAN ONSELEN.- At 2, Chalmers Street, Queenstown, on the 29th June, 1932, to Sergeant and Mrs. C.M. VAN ONSELEN, a son.
Saturday, July 2, 1932
BURBEROW.- Passed peacefully away at his residence, 32, Joubert Street, Queenstown, on the 2nd July, 1932, William BURBEROW, aged 90 years and 3 months, dearly beloved husband of E.A. BURBEROW.
We regret to record the passing of a much respected old resident, Mrs Cornella P.S. NEL, at the age of 77 years which sad event occurred on Monday evening last. To the bereaved husband, Mr. L. NEL and family we extend our sincere sympathy in their sad loss.
Monday, July 4, 1932
WILMOTT: At 37, Ebden Street, Queenstown, on Sunday, 3rd July, 1932, Ellen Louise WILMOTT, widow of the late E.F. WILMOTT.
Death of Cathcart Resident
The death occurred last night of Mr. W.D. BENTLEY, Secretary of the Divisional Council for more than 30 years and an old and esteemed resident of the town.
Aged 75 years, he was a Past Master of the Frontier Lodge.
The funeral takes place this afternoon at 3.30. Flags are flying half-mast in town as a token of respect-Reuter.
Tuesday, July 5, 1932
MACARTHUR.- Passed away peacefully on the 3rd July, 1932, at Nairobi, Isabel Florence Mouncey MacARTHUR (nee GILFILLAN). Aged 28.
MUIR.- Died at Potchefstroom, on Sunday, 3rd July, 1932, Jack MUIR, beloved only son of Mr. And Mrs. J. MUIR, Craigmuir, Molteno. Aged 24 years.
Thursday, July 7, 1932
WELCH-DEVLIN.- Married at St. Michael and All Angels’ Church, Queenstown, on 6th July, by the Rev. Archdeacon ROWLEY, Sidney WELCH, elder son of Mr. And Mrs. Geo. WELCH, to Ethel Thelma, second daughter of Mr. And Mrs. DEVLIN, Queenstown.
Friday, July 8, 1932
Mr & Mrs. J. GOODMAN wish to announce to their relatives and friends the engagement of their youngest daughter, Joey WENTZEL, to J.T. VORSTER, of the Standard Bank.
Notice By Executors.
In the Estate of the late Louisa Selina VERRAN (born HOBBS), of Sterkstroom. No 33772...
Attorney for Executor Testamentary.
P.O. Box 6,
Mr. Arthur Hill FILMER
Queenstown got a sad shock this morning when it became known that Mr. Arthur FILMER, of Thornlands, Queenstown, had died last night. About a fortnight ago Mr. FILMER, with Mrs. FILMER and one of their sons, left for the Free State to attend the wedding of their son who is farming there. All three seemed to get a chill on the journey up, and in less than a week arrived home again suffering from influenza. The usual precautions were taken and nothing much was thought of the position. On his return to the farm, Mr. FILMER was about for a day, but as his condition go worse the doctor was sent for. Pneumonia followed, and despite all careful nursing and medical attention Mr. FILMER gradually sank, and passed away at 10.30 last night.
Mr. Arthur Hill FILMER was one of the best known and most popular farmers in the district, and was keenly interested in the welfare of the Agricultural Society, the Farmer’s Association and other bodies. A big, handsome, strong looking man, few would have guessed his age to be 62 years. He leaves a widow and four sons, one farming in the Free State, two on the farms adjoining Thornlands, and one on Rookwood, the previous home of Mr. Arthur FILMER’s late brother, George, who died only a few months ago. In the war Mr. And Mrs. FILMER lost one son, Bernard, killed in France.
The sympathy of the whole community will go out to Mrs. FILMER and the four sons, and Miss Jessie FILMER, the only surviving sister of deceased, in their heavy bereavement. The funeral will take place this afternoon from the Wesley Church at 4 o’clock.
Tuesday, July 12, 1932
DELL.- At Queenstown, on the 9th July, 1932, to Mr. And Mrs. Ivan DELL, a bonny daughter.
Wednesday, July 13, 1932
STIGLINGH.- In liefdevolle herinnering aan ons dierbare vader H.J. STIGLINGH, heengegaan op 13 Julie, 1931.
Mnr. And Mev. J.A. PIENAAR (nee STIGLINGH) Queenstown.
Monday, July 18, 1932
FITZPATRICK.- Passed away at 29, Naested Street, Cradock, on Thursday, 14th July, Maurice Musgrove, only son of Mr. And Mrs. F.J. FITZPATRICK, aged 24 years 3 months. Late S.A. Railways, East London.
COMMON.- In loving memory of Andrew Ritchie (Jock) COMMON, who died at Lady Frere on the 18th July, 1926.
Tuesday, July 19, 1932
FISHER-ADENDORFF.- On June 23rd, at Nairobi, Vicars Maddison FISHER to Adrienne Ray ADENDORFF.
FILMER.- Passed peacefully away at Thornlands, Queenstown, on July 8th, 1932, Arthur Hill FILMER, aged 62 years 6 months.
BOLD.- Passed away at 169, Cathcart Road, Queenstown, John George BOLD.
Wednesday, July 20, 1932
MILES.- At St. Catherine’s Nursing Home, Queenstown, on the 19th July, 1932, to Mr. and Mrs. L.E. MILES, Galla-water, a son.
Friday, July 22, 1932
Notice to Creditors & Debtors
In the Estate of the late Thomas William BURBEROW and surviving spouse Elizabeth Ann BURBEROW (born MINERS?), of 32, Joubert Street, Queenstown. No. 34482…
Secretary, Queenstown Loan, Trust & Agency Co., Ltd.
Agent for Executrix Testamentary.
P.O. Box 44, Queenstown
Saturday, July 23, 1932
WORMALD.- In loving memory of our dear husband and father, T. WORMALD, who passed away on the 24th July, 1929.
Monday, July 25, 1932
WILLMORE.- At Nurse LEVEY’s Nursing Home, Queenstown, on the 23rd July, 1932, to Mr. and Mrs. S. WILLMORE (nee Millie RUDOLPH), a son.
Wednesday, July 27, 1932
Another old resident, the fourth in the course of three months has passed away in the person of Mr. Hendrik VAN ROOYEN, a respected old resident of some 36 years standing. A mason and builder by trade, he has within the town and district erected some enduring evidence of his skill. After an illness of 25 days of broncho-pneumonia he passed away on Tuesday last at the age of 63 years. To his family we tender our sincere sympathy.
ABBEY.- Passed peacefully away at 146, Cathcart Road, on the 27th July, 1932, Elizabeth Anne ABBEY; aged 77 years.
Funeral from residence at 4.30 p.m. to-morrow.
Friday, July 29, 1932
ROBINSON. In loving memory of our dear Mother, Margaret ROBINSON, who died on the 29th July, 1931.
(Sadly missed by Kate, Frank and family.)
Estate late Elizabeth Evelina WILSON (born MULLER), of Queenstown. (No. 34006)...
P.O. Box 142,
In the Estate of the late Peter KALIPA, of Southeyville. No. 15450...
Attorney for Executor Testamentary.
Saturday, July 30, 1932
Farmer’s Sudden Death
We regret to learn of the tragically sudden death of Mr. T.C. LIEBERUM, of the farm “Glen Alfred” in the Izeli district, says the Cape Mercury. Apart from a fainting fit about two weeks ago, Mr. LIEBERUM was not in bad health. He dropped dead on Thursday morning from heart failure, while ploughing on his farm.
Tuesday, August 2, 1932
A Popular Wedding
On Monday the wedding took place of Miss DU PLESSIS and Mr. ERASMUS, of Waverley. A reception was held at the Kerksaal which was very well attended.
Friday, August 5, 1932
Estate of the late Robert McEWAN, of Queenstown. No. 19738...
Secretary Queenstown Loan, Trust & Agency Co., Ltd.
P.O. Box 44
Notice to Creditors
In the Estate of the late Charles THOMSON, of Bolotwa. No 34374...
Attorney for Executrix Testamentary
P.O. Box 136,
Monday, August 8, 1932
PEARS.- Passed away at Wolwehoed, on 1st August, 1932, Jessie PEARS, aged 83. Widow of the late George Ashcroft PEARS.
Mr. C.J. SMITH, of East London
East London, Sunday.
The death occurred this morning in his 66th year of Mr. C.J. SMITH, managing director of the Weekly Standard, and one of the best known and most widely loved figures in East London. “C.J.” has scores of friends and no enemies and his kindly, generous disposition endeared him to all.
A native of Coventry, England, he came to South Africa for health reasons early in the nineties and after a short stay at Grahamstown he came to East London in 1894, and became associated with the Weekly Standard, taking control of the firm. A public spirited man of progressive ideas, he served East London well, doing splendid work for the Publicity Association and carnival and taking a keen personal interest in the activities of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Mr. Smith was a keen golfer and was always ready to help and support any kind of sport. – Reuter.
Saturday, August 13, 1932
BARNES.- Passed peacefully away at his home, Oxton, on the 1st August, George Harper BARNES, aged 92 years and 3 months.
WEBB.- In loving memory of our dear sister, Ethel WEBB, who passed away August 13th, 1930.
(Ever remembered by her loving sisters Winnie, Lulu, Queenie and Brother George.)
Monday, August 15, 1932
GORDON.- At 10, Horne Avenue, on the 14th August, 1932, to Mr. And Mrs. Nathan GORDON, a pretty little daughter.
Wednesday, August 17, 1932
PHILLIPS.- Entered into rest at Queenstown, on August 12th, Aldyth Enid (nee SPARKS), aged 22 years 8 months; beloved wife of Henry PHILLIPS, Rhebokfontein, Sterkstroom.
Thursday, August 18, 1932
HUDDY.- At Bloemfontein, on the 13th August, 1932, Samuel HUDDY, aged 57 years 6 months.
Mr. Samuel HUDDY
Passing of Well-known figure.
The death occurred at Bloemfontein early on Saturday morning of Mr. Samuel HUDDY, who had been a well-known and much-respected citizen of Bloemfontein for the past quarter of a century. For the past 20 years Mr. HUDDY had been manager of the agricultural department of Messrs. CHAMPIONS Ltd., and among his friend and acquaintances he counted a large number of farmers, not only in Bloemfontein district, but in many parts of the Border districts and the Free State. As a token of respect, the flags on Messrs. CHAMPIONS’ buildings were on Saturday and Sunday flown at half-mast.
Born at Tudhay, Hawkchurch, Dorsetshire, 58 years ago, Mr. HUDDY came to South Africa in 1895, setting up a business at Burghersdorp. He participated in the South African War as a member of the British Intelligence Department. After the war he migrated to Tweespruit, where he was one of the earliest settlers. In 1906, however, he came to Bloemfontein, and about six years later joined the firm of Messrs CHAMPION Ltd. As head of the agricultural department. Mr. HUDDY had had considerable experience in this line of business, as he had been a travelling representative of Messrs. LLOYDS, of East London, from some time previously.
Locally the deceased was well-known as a member of the Sons of England Society, having been President of the Queen Mary Lodge in 1930, while he received the Royal Blue Degree some years ago, in addition to the Service Medal. At one time he also took a keen interest in Freemasonry. He was a prominent churchman, and, until recently, when his health began to fail, he was a member of the board of management of the Presbyterian Church.
He leaves two daughters, Mrs. J. MAYBEW and Hilda (“Billy”) HUDDY, to mourn their loss. Mrs. HUDDY, who was a daughter of the late Mr James RUSSELL, of Queenstown, predeceased her husband 13 years ago. Mr. HUDDY is also survived by three brothers, William (Molteno), Harry (Salisbury) and Fred (Pretoria), and two sisters, who live in England. Mr. Fred HUDDY was with his brother during his last hours and was a great help and comfort to all.
Friday, August 19, 1932
Estate late Philip Herbert GUARD, of Queenstown, who died at Johannesburg on the 7th April, 1932. No. 33810...
VISSER & PETER,
Attorneys for the Executor Dative.
Estate of the late Annie Ames HAW (born GREEN). No. 33617...
Attorneys for Executor Testamentary.
In the Estate of the late Ellen Lois WILMOTT (born HALLS), of Queenstown, Cape Province. No. 34524...
Estate late Marthinus Johannes JORDAAN, a farmer, of Sterkstroom.
Estate late Cornelia Petronella Susanna NEL, formerly JORDAAN, born GEYER, of Sterkstroom. 34520...
D.C. DE VILLIERS,
Attorney for Executors.
Saturday, August 20, 1932
THOMPSON.- In loving memory of our dear Mother, Louisa THOMPSON, who passed away on the 20th August, 1922.
Monday, August 22, 1932
Mr. Walter FILMER
A gloom was cast over the town and district during the week-end, when the news became known that Mr. Walter FILMER, of Cloetedale, had passed away on Sunday morning at the Frontier Hospital. Mr. FILMER came in to town on Tuesday last to attend the Sheep Show. He was not feeling particularly well and called to see his doctor, who advised him to go home and rest. Mr. FILMER, however, proceeded to the showyard, and while there he had a seizure. He was taken to the hospital at once, and was operated on that night for appendicitis. He made what was considered a good recovery and to the end of the week was comfortable and bright. He had a relapse on Saturday, and as stated passed away about eleven o’clock on Sunday morning.
Mr. FILMER was 74 years of age, and was one of the best known and most highly respected farmers in the Queenstown area. He was a true type of Border farmer, and was popular with everybody. He leaves one son, Mr. Gerald FILMER, and four daughter, Mrs. A.F. SCOTT, Mrs. NORTCROFT, Mrs. Harry TARR and Miss Hazel FILMER, to whom the sympathy of all will go in their heavy and somewhat unexpected bereavement.
The funeral took place at Cloetedale this morning, and was largely attended.
Wednesday, August 24, 1932
While climbing Blinkwater Needle on Table Mountain with three others last week Harry HIRSCHSOHN, a young single man, lost his hold and fell 150 feet. He did not recover consciousness, and died within a few minutes. According to one of his companions, the accident occurred when HIRSCHSOHN was negotiating a jutting portion of rock. He secured a handhold, and wriggled his body across in order to find a safe hold for his feet. Then, while the full weight of his body was supported by his hands, the rock which he was gripping broke away. He lurched sideways and fell, brushing against the next climber. This man immediately put out his hands and caught at HIRSCHSOHN’s clothing. His grip held, but, as he was about to pull HIRSCHSOHN towards him, a rock estimated to be two feet across, hurtled down and hit HIRSCHSOHN on the head. The blow injured him severely, and, torn away from his helper’s hands by the force, HIRSCHSOHN fell headlong. He was still alive when the party had climbed down to the foot of the rocks, but died within a few minutes of his fall. The body was brought down by a stretcher party, the journey taking 2 ½ hours.
Thursday, August 25, 1932
In the Estate of the late John Airock VAN DER BERG. No. 28001...
Friday, August 26, 1932
WALKER.- In loving memory of my dear wife and our loving mother, Lydia Ruth WALKER, who passed away on 26th August, 1931.
WALKER.- In sweetest memory of our dear sister, Lydia, who passed away on the 26th August, 1931.
Fondly remembered by Harry and Ottonie.
The marriage of Mr. J.T. VORSTER, son of Mr. And Mrs. VORSTER of Phillipstown and Miss Joey WENTZEL, daughter of Mr. And Mrs GOODMAN, took place on Thursday morning, August 25, in the Presbyterian Church, the Rev. R. RUSSELL, M.A. performing the ceremony.
The bride was given away by her eldest brother, Mr. Johnny WENTZEL,...
Saturday, August 27, 1932
SOUTHEY.- Passed peacefully away at the Frontier Hospital, on the 27th August, Emily SOUTHEY, sister of W. SOUTHEY, Waverley.
Wednesday, August 31, 1932
MUIR.- In loving memory of our dear son Leslie MUIR, who departed this life on 31st August, 1929.
Death of Rev. W.A. GOODWIN, M.A.
News has come to hand to-day announcing the death of the Rev. W.A. GOODWIN, M.A., Rector of Holy Trinity Church, Port Elizabeth. After a long illness, Mr. GOODWIN passed away at Port Elizabeth late last night. During the years spent in Queenstown as Rector as St. Michael’s Church, the Rev. W.A. GOODWIN was popular, not only with the members of his own congregation but with all sections of the community. He was in Queenstown during the trying period of the Great War, and took part in many public functions connected therewith. In addition both he and Mrs. GOODWIN were associated with the many public committees doing war work. They were called upon to bear a heavy loss during that period when their eldest son was killed in France, and their grief was all the greater when a few days later a report was received that their second son had also been killed. This report fortunately proved to be unfounded. The reverend gentleman never lost his enthusiasm in his work for the welfare of the gallant men who were bearing the brunt of the fighting, and continued up to the end.
Among his many activities while in Queenstown, Mr. GOODWIN did excellent work for the education authorities, and as Chairman of the School Board he rendered valuable services to the community.
Perhaps Mr. GOODWIN’s greatest work while in Queenstown was his wonderful effort in connection with the magnificent Reredos and Tower of St. Michael’s. He gave several years to the raising of the necessary funds, and supervised the work throughout. We join the large circle of friends in extending to Mrs. GOODWIN and the two surviving sons, our deepest sympathy in the deepest sympathy in the heavy loss they are now called upon to bear.
Friday, September 2, 1932
In the Estate of the late Friedrich STROH, of Queenstown. No. 31748...
Attorneys for Executor Testamentary.
LEVEY.- Passed away at the residence, Westbourne, Queenstown, on 2nd September, Blanche Gertrude Herbertina (nee WOOLARD), beloved wife of Alfred Gordon LEVEY. Age 35 years.
Mrs. B.G.H. LEVEY
It is with deepest regret that we have to record the death which took place this morning at the residence, Westbourn, of Mrs. Blanche Gertrude Herbertina LEVEY, wife of Mr. Alfred Gordon LEVEY, one of the best known of Queenstown business men, and a highly popular sportsman.
Mrs. LEVEY was the daughter of Arthur and Elena Elizabeth WOOLARD, an old and esteemed Grahamstown family. She was endeared, as can be said of few, to a circle of friends to whom the intelligence of her death will come as a profound shock. It was following an attack of flu that complications set in an for over four weeks, Mrs. LEVEY fought with a courage and fortitude that won the unstinted admiration of her friends. Up to the last moment, her determination was as steadfast as her forbearance. In her passing many friends have lost one in whom kindness and sympathetic thought for others were deep rooted characteristics.
Mrs. LEVEY was 35 years of age. Her mother, Mrs. WOOLARD, came up from Port Elizabeth some two weeks ago, and with Mrs. LEVEY was in attendance day and night.
The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon, the cortege leaving the residence at Westbourne at 4 o’clock for the Presbyterian cemetery.
A supposed suicide
Discovery of ganger’s body.
News has reached Queenstown this morning of the death near Putters Kraal of a ganger named LIEBENBERG, in circumstances that tend to indicate suicide.
LIEBENBERG was married and had only the day before been in Sterkstroom to draw his pay.
He left his cottage at 8.30 last night and his body was discovered at 8 o’clock this morning, in the veld, about half a mile from his home.
The presence of a certain amount of dip on the scene suggests the theory of suicide.
Saturday, September 3, 1932
SCHULTZ.- In loving memory of our darling son, Leonard, who passed away 3rd September, 1930.
Died after drinking coffee
An old couple, Mr. And Mrs. Gert BEETGE, living near Lydenburg took their usual cup of coffee at about six o’clock and soon after became violently ill. The old man died a few hours later and his wife expired the next morning at nine o’clock. Poisoning is suspected and the police are investigating.
Monday, September 5, 1932
MUNNIK.- In loving remembrance of Ada Maria MUNNIK (born HOLTSHAUSEN), of Caledon, C.P., who entered into eternal rest at New Brixton, September 5th, 1913, in her 78th year.
(Inserted by a friend who, knowing her worth, loved her.)
Tuesday, September 6, 1932
Mrs. M.J. OOSTHUIZEN, Mr. And Mrs. W.M. BROWN wish to thank all friends for their kind thoughts and floral tributes in their sad bereavement on the death of their husband and father, Mr. M.J. OOSTHUIZEN, Vallkrantz, Bailey...
Thursday, September 8, 1932
CRANKE-ROWE.- To be married at St. Saviour’s Church, East London, on Saturday, the 17th September, 1932, at 2.30 p.m., John CRANKE, to Eunice Assheton ROWE. No reception, no cards.
Friday, September 9, 1932
HILLS-MOYLES.- Married on the 5th September, at the Wesleyan Church, Jeannette MOYLES, youngest daughter of Mrs., and the late Mr. MOYLES, of Cala; to Cyril Arthur Grisbrooke HILLS, eldest son of Mr. And Mrs. A.G. HILLS, Queenstown.
In the Estate of the late Thomas William BURBEROW and surviving spouse, Elizabeth Ann BURBEROW (born MINERS), of Queenstown. (No. 34482)...
Secretary, Queenstown Loan, Trust & Agency Co., Ltd.,
Agent for Executrix Testamentary.
86, Cathcart Road, Queenstown.
Notice to Creditors
In the Estate of the late Hermanus Stefanus JORDAAN, farmer, and surviving spouse Neeltje Cornelia Susanna JORDAAN (born GROBBELAAR), of Sandvley, District Sterkstroom. No. 34966...
Attorney for Executrix Testamentary.
P.O. Box 6,
Monday, September 12, 1932
SCHAFFER-LEVINSOHN.- The marriage will take place on Sunday, September 25th, 1932, at 10.30 a.m., in Grahamstown Synagogue, of Gladys, elder daughter of Mr. And Mrs. B. LEVINSOHN, of Fort Brown, to Walter, second son of Mr. And Mrs. H.L. SCHAFFER, of Whittlesea. Friends are cordially invited to the ceremony and to morning tea at Stone’s Hill. No cards.
NOTE: Dates as in paper.
Thursday, September 15, 1932
BREMNER.- Passed peacefully away at his residence, 4, Livingstone Road, Queenstown, on September 14th, 1932, James Alexander BREMNER, in his 84th year.
Death during operation
What happened at an inquest.
The death of a child during an operation was investigated at a Durban inquest a few days ago.
Victoria WHEATLEY, the mother, said that on Sunday, August 14, her child had a cold, and was put to bed. Dr. BYALA, who was called in on the Tuesday, said the child was suffering from bronchitis and asthma, and gave an injection and prescribed for her. On Saturday, August 20, the girl became much worse, and witness took her to hospital. The doctor who examined her said he would have to perform an operation, and witness signed a consent form.
Dr. A. AMOILS, house surgeon at Addington Hospital, who was cautioned against making any statement or replying to any question which might incriminate him, said Florence WHEATLEY was admitted suffering from laryngeal diphtheria. She was given a whiff of anaesthetic, and tracheotomy was performed at once. She died about five minutes later, despite artificial respiration and cardiac and respiratory stimulant.
WIGGILL.- To Mr. And Mrs. Noel WIGGILL on the 14th instant, at Nurse LEVEY’s Nursing Home, a daughter. Both well.
Friday, September 16, 1932
In the Estate of the late Montagu Wortley Everley ARMSTRONG, a Retired chemist, of Queenstown. No. 34285...
Attorneys for Executrix Testamentary.
O’CONNOR.- On the 14th Instant, to Mr. And Mrs. W. O’CONNOR (nee May SCHMIDT), a bonny daughter. Both well.
Saturday, September 17, 1932
MARR.- At Dr. GRIEVE’s Nursing Home, on the 17th instant, to Mr. And Mrs. Stuart MARR, of Zenzile, Bolotwa, a son. Both well.
Tuesday, September 20, 1932
RAINIER-POPE.- On the 19th September, 1932, to Elaine (nee HOCKLY), wife of T.M. RAINIER-POPE, a son.
Thursday, September 22, 1932
JOHNSON.- At St. Catherine’s Nursing Home, Queenstown, on the 21st instant, to the Rev. And Mrs Bovell JOHNSON, of Bolotwa, a daughter.
Friday, September 23, 1932
In the Estate of the late Charloote Fredericka KRUGER (born PETER), Widow, of Lady Frere, District Glen Grey. No. 31591...
Monday, September 26, 1932
LE ROUX-VAN DER MERWE.- Nicolaas Hamman LE ROUX, of Goudini Road, and Maria VAN DER MERWE (Sister, Worcester Hospital), Sterkstroom, wish to intimate to relatives and friends their forthcoming marriage in the D.R. Church, Sterkstroom, on the 11th October, at 10.30 a.m. Address: Sterkstroom.
TEMLETT.- In treasured memory of our darling sister, Iris, called Home on the 26th September, 1931.
(Fondly remembered by Eric, Bunny and Collie).
Tuesday, September 27, 1932
LEVIN-KAPLAN.- The engagement is announced of Rose, youngest daughter of Mr. And Mrs. J. LEVIN, of Queenstown, to Arthur KAPLAN, of Oudtshoorn.
Wednesday, September 28, 1932
Notice to Creditors & Debtors
Estate of the late Frans Sous Petrus LIEBENBERG, a Ganger, of Putterskraal, District Sterkstroom. No. 35319...
Attorneys for Executrix Testamentary
Friday, September 30, 1932
O’CONNOR.- In loving memory of my beloved husband and our father, James Michael O’CONNOR, who passed away 30th September, 1928.
Two dead in a trench
European Labourers Trapped
Trapped by the caving in of a sewerage trench in Parktown to-day two European labourers were killed outright and another had one leg amputated. Several more had narrow escapes from being buried alive. A party of about twenty European labourers was busy working at the bottom of a trench twelve feet deep, when layers of shale fell, burying three men.
A tragic feature of the accident is that one man who was killed, N.C. ODENDAAL, had a premonition that there was going to be a fatal accident at the spot. He confided in his friend as recently as last Thursday that he was worried because he knew something was going to happen to him. – Reuter.