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13 July 1927, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 18

…                                     Total                          £ 1055 : 10 : 7 So this gives me some other avenues to pursue - e.g. who were William and John Porter?  And I need to research more into the Queensland Co-Operative Bacon Association (there's some great images here from the Fryer Library at University of Queensland) and the Epworth House Trust which seems to have been something to do with the Church.  Edward had a lot to do with the Church as you can see from this article found in Trove. I subscribe to the Australian version of  Find My Past .  Through this tool,  I discovered that Edward was appointed a Queensland State School Committee Member at Tingalpa on 18 March 1893 at about the age of 40.  His daughter Alice would have been seven years old.  He was appointed again in 1896 and in 1899.  ( Queensland State School Committee Members 1876-1899 ) Edward's farm was called Hillside ( Queensland Horse and Cattle Brands Index 1872 - 1899 ) and his cattle brand was (Certificate Number E6DB24048, Date: 6 February 1886,Page:472) My thanks to QFHS committee and its members…

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23 November 1948, The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), page 6

…the age of 40.  His daughter Alice would have been seven years old.  He was appointed again in 1896 and in 1899.  ( Queensland State School Committee Members 1876-1899 ) Edward's farm was called Hillside ( Queensland Horse and Cattle Brands Index 1872 - 1899 ) and his cattle brand was (Certificate Number E6DB24048, Date: 6 February 1886,Page:472) My thanks to QFHS committee and its members for indexing these records and making them available on Find My Past. Edward was certainly an active member of his community and missed for many years after his death as In Memoriam notices demonstrate here.