|6 Feb 1886 Mackay Mercury
A very sudden death occurred on Thursday last. A man named John Neil, a comparatively recent arrival who had been working at Homebush, was suffering from fever. It was decided to remove him to the hospital. On the way there, the patient was taken worse, delirium supervened and the poor fellow died before he reached the hospital. A post mortem revealed the fact that his lungs were heavily congealed and this no doubt was the immediate cause of death.
|10 Feb 1886 Mackay Mercury
The friends of Mr James Swan of Newbury Junction are respectfully invited to attend his funeral to move from the Racecourse Station today Wed at 9.45am sharp.
|23 Jun 1920 The Daily Mercury
Mrs Margaret Jane O'Neill, aged 79, passed away yesterday. The deceased came to Mackay from Belfast (Ireland) about fifty years ago and went to reside with her first husband, Mr Anderson, who was engaged in farming on Barry Estate, Eton. Anderson subsequently died and some years later his widow married John O'Neill and Mr and Mrs O'Neill came to Mackay to reside. Here Mrs O'Neill has resided ever since. The funeral will take place today at 11am.
|01 Dec 1947 Cairns Post
SAVAGE - TAYLOR The engagement is announced of Doris Ellen, eldest daughter of Mrs AJ O'Brien and the late Mr AJ O'Brien of "Limerick", Pleystowe, Mackay, to Norman William, youngest son of Mr and Mrs WJ Savage of Edmonton.