814. William Francis Eather
The death occurred in Brisbane early last week of Mr. Frank Eather aged 63. Mr Eather was well known in the Cairns and Tableland district during the twenties and early thirties. He was employed at the National Bank of Australia at Thursday Island, Innisfail, Atherton and Cairns. From Cairns he was shifted to Gympie. Mr. Eather, who was a returned serviceman from World War One, retired from his job 10 months ago. He had been in ill health for some time. The funeral took place in Brisbane.
Source: Cairns Post 12 Aug 1952
William Frederick Leslie Liggins
Bachelor of Medicine, Master of Surgery
898. Robert G Eather
A BIG SHOT
Windsor Saturday - A twelve year old boy names Robert Eather, met with a gun accident at Central Colo yesterday. He was sent by his mother - with a message to a neighbour. He took a gun with him, and hid it in some bushes on the way. On his return he caught the gun by the barrell to pull it out of the bushes. The weapon exploded, and the charge entered the boy's left arm, between the shoulder and the elbow. He was brought to Windsor Hospital where Dr Callaghan found that amputation was necessary, the bone being completely shattered.
Source: Evening News 29 Aug1903