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"The Accident to the S.S St. Kilda" Grey River Argus, 27/01/1883 Converse, St Kilda, Coming Out, Family History, January, Positivity, River, Shit Happens, Grey

Papers Past | Newspapers | Grey River Argus | 27 January 1883 | THE ACCIDENT TO THE S.S. ST. KILDA.

THE ACCIDENT TO THE S.S. ST. KILDA. The following additional evidence in relation to the above was taken on oath by Mr Woon, Collector of Customs, at the Custom House, yesterday morning : — Edward Mossman Milburn being duly sworn, on his oath, saith :— I was second mate of the St Kilda, a.s. Ido not hold any certificate. I joined the St Kilda in J uly last as second officer, and was dis* charged from her at Greymouth on the 19th inst, by mutual consent of master and owners (certificate of…

"The Accident to the S.S St. Kilda" Grey River Argus, 27/01/1883 Converse, St Kilda, Coming Out, Family History, January, Positivity, River, Shit Happens, Grey

Papers Past | Newspapers | Grey River Argus | 27 January 1883 | THE ACCIDENT TO THE S.S. ST. KILDA.

THE ACCIDENT TO THE S.S. ST. KILDA. The following additional evidence in relation to the above was taken on oath by Mr Woon, Collector of Customs, at the Custom House, yesterday morning : — Edward Mossman Milburn being duly sworn, on his oath, saith :— I was second mate of the St Kilda, a.s. Ido not hold any certificate. I joined the St Kilda in J uly last as second officer, and was dis* charged from her at Greymouth on the 19th inst, by mutual consent of master and owners (certificate of…

Auckland Star 1/08/1945 Auckland, Family History, Engagement, Star, Engagements, Stars, Genealogy

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 1 August 1945 | ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED

ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED Crosby—Kinghorn.—The engagement is announced between Ann Lillian, youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Kinghorn, of Epsom, and Esmond Nicholas, youngest son of Mr. Peter and the late Mrs. Kathleen Crosby,'of Auckland. Moore—Fltz Herbert.—Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Fitz Herbert, of St. Helier's Bay, announce the engagement of their eldest | daughter. Beryl, to Flying-Officer Maxwell Robert Moore, younger son of Mr. and Mrs.' A. A. Moore, of Johnsonville. j Mills—Whitf…

Auckland Star 7/05/1945 Killed In Action, Time Heals, Always You, Do Love, In Loving Memory, May 7th, Auckland, Family History, Star

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 7 May 1945 | IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM SOLA.—In loving memory of Sergeant-Pilot Dave Leo Nola, R.N.Z.A.F., dearly loved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Nola, brother of Emil.'Wyn and Vera killed on active service. Buried at Grims'oy. England, May 7, 1941; aged 26 years. R.I.P. Not a day do we forset you. In our nearts you are always near; You died so others might live. Always your sorrowing family. KOLA. Sergeant-Pilot.—ln loving memory of our dear cousin David Leo, killed on air operations, England, May 7, 1041…

Auckland Star 4/02/1937 Auckland, Family History, Beer, Wine, Sayings, Root Beer, Ale, Lyrics, Genealogy

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 4 February 1937 | BEER AND WINE.

BEER AND WINE. LICENSING OFFENCES. SLY-GEOGGERS BEFORE COURT (From Our Own Correspondent.) MORRINSVILLE, Wednesday. Fines and Court costs amounting to close on £200 resulted from numerous prosecutions for breaches of the Liceris"ing Act heard in the Morrinsville Magistrate's Court to-day before Mr. S. L. Patcrson, S.M. All the defendants pleaded guilty. For selling wine at Tatuanui on January 31 without being the holder of a license, Ivan John Nola was fined JEIO on each of two charges. Five…

Auckland Star 26/05/1941 Killed In Action, Royal Air Force, Auckland, Family History, Star, Stars, Genealogy

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 26 May 1941 | AIR FORCE LOSSES

AIR FORCE LOSSES TWO PILOTS OTHERS LISTED As|^ (P. A.) The following Royal Air Force casualtieswere Mee, Alexander Com, *-/ *• previously now reclassified killed i?2fc Mrs. J. Coutts, BriStrtT i grandmother). Xola, David Leo (sergeant) ouslv reported L£?* classified killedlriactoi~2. ! *' J. Nola, MorrinsviUe *■ Arthur _ RumboldhL officer), missing on 31- "WW tions—Captain A. R; ■flE* Rakaia (father). Wise, Allan Herbert missing on air operaSSSS* Nelson <mothert/®^^

Auckland Star 14/05/1941 Early Education, Higher Education, Sacred Heart, Auckland, Family History, River, Star, School, Early Childhood Education

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 14 May 1941 | CRASH INTO RIVER

CRASH INTO RIVER PILOT BELIEVED KILLED (0.C.) MORRINSVILLE. this day According to cable advice received Sergeant-Pilot David Leo Nola, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. I J. Nola, of fatuanui, Morrinsville, who is reported missing, believed killed was involved in a crash into a river while engaged in air operations on May 7. Sergeant-Pilot Nola, who was 2G years of age. was born at Tatuanui and received his early education at the latuanui school and the Marist Brothers' school, Hamilton. He later…

Auckland Star 23/05/1941 Auckland, Family History, Death, Genealogy

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 23 May 1941 | ROLL OF HONOUR.

ROLL OF HONOUR. DEATH KOLA —On May 7. 1341. killed on active service Se-g'eant-Pilor David Leo Nola. dearly loved nephew of Mr - and Mls - M - Nr,l -i- Tatuanui Momnsvillc: loved cousin of Gordon. Vincent! Desmond. Micheal: a Red 2b years. He shall always be rcmembcied. R.I.P.

Auckland Star 12/05/1941 William Arthur, Auckland, Family History, Air Force, Star, Stars, Genealogy

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 12 May 1941 | AIR FORCE CASUALTIES

AIR FORCE CASUALTIES ONE BELIEVED KILLED (P.A.) WELLINGTON, this day. The following air casualties were announced to-day:— WIDDLETON, William Arthur, R.N.Z.A.F. (Pilot Officer), Injured in air operations, admitted to hospital):—next of kin: Mr. F. C. Middleton, Newmarket, Auckland (father). STEEL, Edward Nation, B.A.F. (Flyinr Officer), missing in air operations.— Mr. J. W. Steel, Kilbirnle, Wellington (father). NOLA, David Leo, B.N.Z.A.F. (Sergeant), missing believed killed, in air…

Auckland Star 11/06/1941 Killed In Action, Bereavement, Auckland, Family History, Sad, Death, Thankful, Sayings, Lyrics

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 11 June 1941 | BEREAVEMENT THANKS.

BEREAVEMENT THANKS. NOLA.—Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Nola and Family, J* Tituanui, desire to express their heartfelt think* to the many relatives and friends who expressed their sympathy in the sad loss sustained {fl the death on active service of their son and Brother, Sergeant-Pilot David Leo Nola. PIPE.— To all our kind friends and relations sympathised with us in our great loss of our s°?» P who wa4T killed in action. With a very heart we say, thank you. C. and A. M. Pipe, ypotiki.

Auckland Star 7/05/1943 Killed In Action, In Loving Memory, Auckland, Family History, Memories, Star, Memoirs, Souvenirs, In Remembrance

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 7 May 1943 | IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM HOW. —Our dear rrlend. Able Seaman Bert Low, lost 'at sea May, 1941. Ever remembered. inserted by Absolum family and friends. WOLA- —In loving memory of Sergeant-Pilot Dave Leo Nola. R.N.Z.A.F.. dearly loved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nola, brother of Emil, Wyn and Vera, killed on active service in England on May '7, 1941; aged 26 years. R.I.P. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of one we loved and cannot forget. Not a day do we forget you. In our hearts you are always near…

Evening Star 20/05/1941 Family History, Death, Star, Stars, Genealogy

Papers Past | Newspapers | Auckland Star | 20 May 1941 | DEATH.

DEATH. •jOLA —On May 7. 1941, killed on active service Sergeant-Pilot David I.eo Nola. tlearlv loved son of Mr. and Mrs. I. .1. Nola. Tatuanui. Morrinsville and beloved broii'.er oi Emil. Winnie and Veraag«d 26 years. RI P. NOLA.—On May 7, 1941. killed on active service. Sergeant-Pilot David T.eo Nola. dearly loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Nola. of 536. Mount. Albert Road: aKcd 2G years. R.I.P.

Evening Post 26/05/1941 Killed In Action, Family History, Genealogy

Papers Past | Newspapers | Evening Post | 26 May 1941 | AIR CASUALTIES

AIR CASUALTIES Tlie following casualties in the Royal New Zealand Air Force are reported:— Pilot Officer Arthur Rumbold White, R.N.Z.A.F., missing on air operations. Captain A. R. White, Mount Hutt, Rakaia (f.). Sergeant David Leo Nola, R.N.Z.A.F., previously reported missing, now reclassified killed in action. Mr. I. J. Nola, Tatuanui, Morrinsville <f.}. Pilot Officer Allan Herbert Wise, R.X.Z.A.F., missing on air operations. Mrs. Wise, Lower Moutere. Nelson (m.). Sergeant Alexander Coutts…