April 23 - 29, 2017: Issue 309
Victor James Daley: A Manly Bard and Poet
THE BARDS WHO LIVED AT MANLY
Victor Daley Timeline
RETURN THANKS. Mrs. VICTOR DALEY and FAMILY return their very sincere THANKS to the many friends and sympathisers for the telegrams, kindnesses, and other expressions of condolence, and especially so to the good Sisters of Waitara Home, during their late sad bereavement. Family Notices (1906, January 5). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 6. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14721994
Friends of Mrs. Victor Daley, widow of the poet, entertain grave fears for her health, which has been very poor since her husband’s death. Odds and Ends of Sport. (1906, November 28). Gadfly (Adelaide, SA : 1906 - 1909), p. 12. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article203954120
Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Daley, relict of the late Victor J. Daley, the Australian writer and poet, died at her residence, in Orwell-street, Darlinghurst, on Thursday, after a lingering illness. The deceased, who was in her 50th year, came to Australia at an early age, and has left two sons and two daughters. OBITUARY. (1906, November 28 - Wednesday). The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), p. 1367. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article163686446
The widow of the late Victor J. Daley did not long survive her husband. On the 22nd November — one week short of eleven months after the poet's death — Mrs. Daley, who had for some time past suffered from a very painful malady, breathed her last at her home, Darlinghurst. During her last illness the deceased lady had received tine consolations of the Catholic faith from, the Rev. Fathers O'Gorman and Sherin, and after life's fitful fever she sleeps well' beside her husband in the Waverley cemetery. The funeral on Friday in last week was attended by many well-known literary people of both sexes, who stood around the grave sadly and reverently as Father O'Gorman, assisted by Father Sherin, performed the last offices of the Church'. Mrs. Daley is survived by two sons and two daughters, one of the latter of whom is with her paternal aunt in India. PERSONAL (1906, December 1).Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932), p. 19. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article108028457
Extras and References
The City of Sydney.
SURFING AND CELEBRITIES.(By C.R.C.)
Manly 'S Augustan Age.
Our Pleasure Trip To The Hawkesbury.
Henry King Photographs, courtesy National Library of Australia and Pittwater Image Library Mona Vale, c. 1900-1910. Top: Bay view House, Newport NSW. Below: Pittwater from BayView House.
A Round Holiday Trip.
A Trip To Gosford.
Park Bench Philosophers
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