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PEAK CROSSING.

4 December 1925, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 15

…Eric was the son of John and Mary nee Kruger and born in Harrisville on the 9th of June 1910. He was a stud (cattle) farmer on 600 acres over 3 properties at Peak Crossing, Queensland and then as the publican of the Billabong Hotel/Motel (Cunnamulla). Eric was an accomplished  violinist , Lawn Bowler, and a freemason at the Modestia Lodge, Ipswich number 215. Eric died at 78 in Southport, Gold Coast on the 18th of June 1987 from a cerebral vascular accident and is buried in the Allambe Gardens Crematorium, Nerang, Rose Garden 16 Site 1057.…

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Advertising

9 July 1934, The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), page 1

…Mary (Mar) was the daughter of ?????? and ???? Kruger and born in 1890 in Mt Kruger????????. She married John on the 16th of June 1909 in Ipswich, Queensland and lived at Middle Road, Peak Crossing,  Portion 229 , free selection 20L, free selection 212L, and subdivision 4 of pre-emptive portion 2, county of Churchill, Parish of Flinders. Mary and John had three children: Estelle (Stella) Mary Meehan (nee Weber) (???? - ????); Lola Morrow (nee Weber) (???? - ????); and Eric John Weber (9th of June 1910 - 18th of June 1910) who married Muriel Kitzelman (1 August 1915 - 31 August 2011). Mary died at 82 in Palm Beach, Gold Coast on the 31st of October 1971 and is buried at the Mutdapilly Cemetery .…

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THE BEAUSITE.

16 February 1865, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 4

…Ernestine aka Annestien was the daughter of Martin Brauer aka Brewer (1818, Preussen - ????) and Louisa/Louise/Luise Newhans/Newhaus/Neuhaus (1823, Woddow/Kremzow, Preussen - ????) who had (at least) two children: Ernestine and Marie/Maria/Mary Brauer/Breuer/Brewer (1837, Trampee, Uckermark, Preussen - 31 March 1889, Mutdapilly, Cemetery). Ernestine was born in 1844 in Woddow /Kremzow, Preussen. Ernestine was previously married to Fredrich Wilhelm Brauer (her 1st cousin) (1 January 1840, Woddow, Preussen - 9 April 1874). Friedrich Brauer (23) an Arbieter and Ernestine (21) emigrated aboard the Beausite, departing Hamburg on the 23rd of October 1864  arriving  in  Moreton Bay  on the 6th of February 1865. Ernestine had seven children with Fredrich before he died at 30 on the 9th of April 1874 and was buried at  Mutdapilly Cemetery . Ernestine then remarried to Wilhelm Weber on the 12th of December 1875 at the Ipswich Agricultural Reserve, Queensland, Australia. Ernestine and Wilhelm had four children: John Herman Weber (10 September 1888 - 2 December 1929), Ernest Alexander Weber (18 December 1921, Harrisville - ????), ???? and ????. Ernestine died at (51 on the 19th of April 1895) or (73 on the 18 Jun 1917) and is buried at  Mutdapilly Cemetery .…

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SCHOOL SPORTS. ST. LAURENCE'S COLLEGE. SENIOR CUP TO W. CUMMINGS.

10 September 1927, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 5

…Vincenzo was the son of Salvatore and Mary-Ann nee Antinoni and born in Brisbane on the 7th of January 1914. He attended St Mary's School and St Laurence's  College, South Brisbane where he was accomplished in  Bicycle Racing  and as a violinist. Vincent inherited a fish and chip shop and restaurant (on the location of the Blue Room skating rink, South Brisbane and now the Art Gallery). In 1931 he was acquitted of accidentally killing a pedestrian  and served (Service Number Q197134 ) in the Australian army from the 30th of July 1940 to the 19th of October 1945 as a cook at Fort Lynton, serving at discharge at 12 AA Canteens Service Club with the rank of Lance Sargent, then he became a fruitier for the State (Victoria Cross) Jam Factory and from 1950 as buyer and truck driver of strawberries for the factory. From 1963 Vincent was regularly hospitalised at…

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CORONER'S COURT.

15 January 1932, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 12

…Vincenzo was the son of Salvatore and Mary-Ann nee Antinoni and born in Brisbane on the 7th of January 1914. He attended St Mary's School and St Laurence's  College, South Brisbane where he was accomplished in  Bicycle Racing  and as a violinist. Vincent inherited a fish and chip shop and restaurant (on the location of the Blue Room skating rink, South Brisbane and now the Art Gallery). In 1931 he was acquitted of accidentally killing a pedestrian  and served (Service Number Q197134 ) in the Australian army from the 30th of July 1940 to the 19th of October 1945 as a cook at Fort Lynton, serving at discharge at 12 AA Canteens Service Club with the rank of Lance Sargent, then he became a fruitier for the State (Victoria Cross) Jam Factory and from 1950 as buyer and truck driver of strawberries for the factory. From 1963 Vincent was regularly hospitalised at Mt Olivet and Prince Charles Hospitals where he died at 59 of emphysema in ???? 1972 and is buried at the Hemmant Cemetery .…

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FOOD (INCLUDING DRINKS).

19 August 1905, The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), page 23

…Following his fathers trade, Salvatore was a successful fishmonger, winning state  fish mongering competition   prizes for canning and  fish curing . He was the named partner for  "S. Zagami & Co.," with Bestiano Mazzaglia until bought out in 1926 then with  Nicholas Freeleagus until he was bought out in 1928. Salvatore was a leader of the Brisbane  Fascio (Italian fascist movement), member of the Italian Club, and a well respected  Mason  at U.A.O.D., Stonehenge Lodge No.2. His 50th birthday  (1933) was attended by the Italian Consul. Salvatore died at 58 in Brisbane on the 13th of June 1935 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery. Mary-Ann Zagami (1883 - 6 August 1969) (nee Antonini) (Paternal Great Grandmother) father…

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FISHERIES EXHIBIT.

12 August 1905, The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), page 40

…Following his fathers trade, Salvatore was a successful fishmonger, winning state  fish mongering competition   prizes for canning and  fish curing . He was the named partner for  "S. Zagami & Co.," with Bestiano Mazzaglia until bought out in 1926 then with  Nicholas Freeleagus until he was bought out in 1928. Salvatore was a leader of the Brisbane  Fascio (Italian fascist movement), member of the Italian Club, and a well respected  Mason  at U.A.O.D., Stonehenge Lodge No.2. His 50th birthday  (1933) was attended by the Italian Consul. Salvatore died at 58 in Brisbane on the 13th of June 1935 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery. Mary-Ann Zagami (1883 - 6 August 1969) (nee Antonini) (Paternal Great Grandmother) father John Antinoni…

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FOOD.

19 August 1905, The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), page 33

…Following his fathers trade, Salvatore was a successful fishmonger, winning state  fish mongering competition   prizes for canning and  fish curing . He was the named partner for  "S. Zagami & Co.," with Bestiano Mazzaglia until bought out in 1926 then with  Nicholas Freeleagus until he was bought out in 1928. Salvatore was a leader of the Brisbane  Fascio (Italian fascist movement), member of the Italian Club, and a well respected  Mason  at U.A.O.D., Stonehenge Lodge No.2. His 50th birthday  (1933) was attended by the Italian Consul. Salvatore died at 58 in Brisbane on the 13th of June 1935 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery. Mary-Ann Zagami (1883 - 6 August 1969) (nee Antonini) (Paternal Great Grandmother) father John Antinoni Mary-Ann was…

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CURED FISH (BY SMOKING).

12 August 1908, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 14

…Following his fathers trade, Salvatore was a successful fishmonger, winning state  fish mongering competition   prizes for canning and  fish curing . He was the named partner for  "S. Zagami & Co.," with Bestiano Mazzaglia until bought out in 1926 then with  Nicholas Freeleagus until he was bought out in 1928. Salvatore was a leader of the Brisbane  Fascio (Italian fascist movement), member of the Italian Club, and a well respected  Mason  at U.A.O.D., Stonehenge Lodge No.2. His 50th birthday  (1933) was attended by the Italian Consul. Salvatore died at 58 in Brisbane on the 13th of June 1935 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery. Mary-Ann Zagami (1883 - 6 August 1969) (nee Antonini) (Paternal Great Grandmother) father John Antinoni Mary-Ann was the daughter of…

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Advertising

28 January 1928, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 1

…Following his fathers trade, Salvatore was a successful fishmonger, winning state  fish mongering competition   prizes for canning and  fish curing . He was the named partner for  "S. Zagami & Co.," with Bestiano Mazzaglia until bought out in 1926 then with  Nicholas Freeleagus until he was bought out in 1928. Salvatore was a leader of the Brisbane  Fascio (Italian fascist movement), member of the Italian Club, and a well respected  Mason  at U.A.O.D., Stonehenge Lodge No.2. His 50th birthday  (1933) was attended by the Italian Consul. Salvatore died at 58 in Brisbane on the 13th of June 1935 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery. Mary-Ann Zagami (1883 - 6 August 1969) (nee Antonini) (Paternal Great Grandmother) father John Antinoni Mary-Ann was the daughter of Giovanni (John) Battista Antonini (Italian Royal links) and Maria Mary Orsola nee Davico and born in 1883 in Brisbane. She married Salvatore on…

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Advertising

13 June 1935, The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), page 1

…Following his fathers trade, Salvatore was a successful fishmonger, winning state  fish mongering competition   prizes for canning and  fish curing . He was the named partner for  "S. Zagami & Co.," with Bestiano Mazzaglia until bought out in 1926 then with  Nicholas Freeleagus until he was bought out in 1928. Salvatore was a leader of the Brisbane  Fascio (Italian fascist movement), member of the Italian Club, and a well respected  Mason  at U.A.O.D., Stonehenge Lodge No.2. His 50th birthday  (1933) was attended by the Italian Consul. Salvatore died at 58 in Brisbane on the 13th of June 1935 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery. Mary-Ann Zagami (1883 - 6 August 1969) (nee Antonini) (Paternal Great Grandmother) father John Antinoni Mary-Ann was the daughter of Giovanni (John) Battista Antonini (Italian Royal links) and Maria Mary Orsola nee Davico and born in 1883 in Brisbane. She married Salvatore on the 20th of October 1910 in Brisbane and lived at 9 Merivale street, South Brisbane and Victoria Place, 43 Melbourne St, South Brisbane, and at their Seaside…

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BIRTHDAY PARTY.

2 May 1928, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 23

…Following his fathers trade, Salvatore was a successful fishmonger, winning state  fish mongering competition   prizes for canning and  fish curing . He was the named partner for  "S. Zagami & Co.," with Bestiano Mazzaglia until bought out in 1926 then with  Nicholas Freeleagus until he was bought out in 1928. Salvatore was a leader of the Brisbane  Fascio (Italian fascist movement), member of the Italian Club, and a well respected  Mason  at U.A.O.D., Stonehenge Lodge No.2. His 50th birthday  (1933) was attended by the Italian Consul. Salvatore died at 58 in Brisbane on the 13th of June 1935 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery. Mary-Ann Zagami (1883 - 6 August 1969) (nee Antonini) (Paternal Great Grandmother) father John Antinoni Mary-Ann was the daughter of Giovanni (John) Battista Antonini (Italian Royal links) and Maria Mary Orsola nee Davico and born in 1883 in Brisbane. She married Salvatore on the 20th of October 1910 in Brisbane and lived at 9 Merivale street, South Brisbane and Victoria Place, 43 Melbourne St, South Brisbane, and at their Seaside Residence in Thornside. Mary-Ann and Salvatore had…

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THORNSIDE.

22 April 1925, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 17

…Mary-Ann was the daughter of Giovanni (John) Battista Antonini (Italian Royal links) and Maria Mary Orsola nee Davico and born in 1883 in Brisbane. She married Salvatore on the 20th of October 1910 in Brisbane and lived at 9 Merivale street, South Brisbane and Victoria Place, 43 Melbourne St, South Brisbane, and at their  Seaside Residence  in Thornside. Mary-Ann and Salvatore had four children: Marie Victoria (???? - ????) who married Henry Patrick Stewart (7 March 1906 - Jan 1987); Umberto Salvatore Zagami (1913 - 19 June 2000) who married Maude Phyllis Sander (???? - 11 November 1999); Vincent Zagami (1913 - 1972) who married Dawn Carson (???? - ????); and Guiseppe (???? - n.d.) who married Betty Chalk (???? - ????). Mary-Ann died at 87 in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1969 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery (Portion 26, Section 25A, Grave 24). …

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Trouble at the Fish Market.

26 June 1907, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 4

…Felix 'The Old Fisherman' was the son of Salvatore and Carmela nee Costa and born 16 May 1863 in Lipari, Italy. He was a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St…

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OLIVE OIL INDUSTRY. EXPERIMENTAL CRUSHING.

17 May 1895, The Inquirer and Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 - 1901), page 10

…Felix 'The Old Fisherman' was the son of Salvatore and Carmela nee Costa and born 16 May 1863 in Lipari, Italy. He was a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish…

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OLIVE OIL. IMPORTANT EXPERIMENTS.

5 April 1895, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 6

…Felix 'The Old Fisherman' was the son of Salvatore and Carmela nee Costa and born 16 May 1863 in Lipari, Italy. He was a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish…

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Olive Oil. IMPORTANT EXPERIMENTS.

13 April 1895, The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), page 705

…Felix 'The Old Fisherman' was the son of Salvatore and Carmela nee Costa and born 16 May 1863 in Lipari, Italy. He was a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to…

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THE HARVEST OF THE SEA. TO THE EDITOR.

25 October 1902, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 11

…Felix 'The Old Fisherman' was the son of Salvatore and Carmela nee Costa and born 16 May 1863 in Lipari, Italy. He was a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish…

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THE EXHIBITION COMPANY.

10 June 1898, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 4

…Felix 'The Old Fisherman' was the son of Salvatore and Carmela nee Costa and born 16 May 1863 in Lipari, Italy. He was a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907,…

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HARVEST OF THE SEA. TO THE EDITOR.

15 October 1902, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 8

…Felix 'The Old Fisherman' was the son of Salvatore and Carmela nee Costa and born 16 May 1863 in Lipari, Italy. He was a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments…

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Classified Advertising

21 September 1896, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 2

…Carmela nee Costa and born 16 May 1863 in Lipari, Italy. He was a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th…

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Classified Advertising

19 December 1896, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 7

…a  fishmonger  and emigrated in ?????????  from Lipari, Italy. As a keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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Advertising

18 April 1902, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 1

…keen experimenter he helped introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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MORETON BAY FISHING VENTURE. AN IMPROVED SUPPLY.

4 September 1902, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 2

…introduce  olive cultivation  and pressed Queensland's  first olive oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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CURED FISH (by smoking).

19 August 1905, The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), page 30

…oil  in 1895. In his early years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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Advertising

5 September 1902, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 2

…years he lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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THE HARVEST OF THE SEA. TO THE EDITOR.

16 October 1902, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 6

…lived at Breakfast Creek and had an acclaimed  wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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MORETON BAY FISHING VENTURE.

12 September 1902, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 4

…wine cellar . Starting work at the Brisbane Fish and Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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THE FISH BOARD. TO THE EDITOR.

16 August 1907, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 4

…Agency Company  (with over 200 employee's and 5 retail outlets)  he left in 1888? on condition that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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FISH FROM VANCOUVER.

26 May 1902, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 4

…that he return to Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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MASONIC INSTALLATIONS.

27 June 1898, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 6

…Italy for several years but on his return he was appointed manager to rebuild the company. Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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A Sudden Death.

6 August 1909, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 5

…Felix became Brisbane's leading fishmonger, starting in September 1896 the Fish Fish Fish Depot  company at 86 Edward St, Brisbane, Breakfast Creek and Roma St Railway Cold Stores , and by 1902 was the sole proprietor  of the  Zagami Bridge Fish Depot , winning awards for  fish smoking , and self financing a fleet of  twenty three fishing boats  to overcome weak competition to supply fish for Brisbane. He established the Brisbane fish market  in 1907, and imported large shipments of fish from around the world . Felix was a  Mason  and active with the Italian consulate. Felix was working, opening a box of crayfish for a fish board inspector when he died  suddenly at 46 from heart failure in Brisbane on the 6th of August 1909 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…

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Advertising

25 July 1911, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 10

…- 14 May 1926) (nee Palmero) (Paternal Great Aunt) Angiolina was the daughter of Franscesco Sebastian Palmero and Anna Mera nee Mejia and born in ???? in ?????. She married Felix on the 13th of January 1888 in Brisbane and they lived at Breakfast Creek; Victoria Place, South Brisbane; and at 'Lipari', a large 1/2 acre property on the corner of Melbourne and Merivale Streets, South Brisbane (Lots 30 and 31,Parish of South Brisbane). 'Lipari' was a "Substantial and commodious house containing 8 large rooms, bathroom, pantry, and verandas, large shed (63 x 16), comprising stables, feed room, etc., with concrete floor, and having large rooms suitable for dormitories overhead, brick smokehouse, etc." In  1911 , two years after the death of Felix, she sold 'Lipari' on Upper Melbourne St, South Brisbane. Angelina and Felix had seven children: Salvatore (1890 - 1957), Carmela (1893-????) who married Guiseppe Stefano in 1914, Margarita (1895-????) who married Camillo Grasso in 1916, Felix (12 August 1901- 7 August 1946), Anna (1906-????), Francesco (1907- 1 Dec 1955), and Teresa (1909-????) who married John Thomas Weller in 1933. Angelina died at 53 in Brisbane on the 14th of May 1926 and is buried at the Toowong cemetery.…