The home’s back-patio-sometimes-Lego room.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoTheir block was also set well above the road, so their home’s front balcony was a favourite place for ‘family time.’ The front veranda became a favourite space to spend ‘family time.’“Because you’re elevated, it’s a nice spot and you don’t feel like people are walking past and can see your space,” Ms Mayberry said.“You’re in touch with the street but you’ve got your own sense of space, so we spent a lot of time out there as a family.” The back yard is like an extension of the living space.While the couple’s next move may well be a larger block further from the city, Ms Mayberry said she’ll be sad to leave their cottage and its suburb.“Where going to miss a lot about this area. We’re definitely going to miss Oxford St and our favourite sushi place, and Hawthorne Garage (grocery) which we can walk to. It’s a lovely area to live in. We’ll definitely miss the lifestyle this place offers.”26 Dutton St, Hawthorne is being auctioned on-site by Ty Babbidge of Brisbane Real Estate — Indooroopilly at noon on Saturday August 19.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair The home is set well above the road.She said the 1920s cottage and its 405sq m site adapted well to their growing family after their second child arrived five years ago. Ms Mayberry said between the internal area, the front and rear outdoor rooms and the back yard, they’ve always found room to move. “At times we’ve set up the back terrace as pretty much a rumpus room out there where we’ve had tables full of Lego and everything, so it’s been flexible that way. There’s something about these houses that they seem to swallow up everything you throw at them,” she said. 26 Dutton Street, Hawthorne is cute two-bedroom cottage that adapted well to it’s growing family. Photo: realestate.com.auWhen Clare Mayberry and husband, Russell Grady, bought 26 Dutton St, Hawthorne in 2009, it had the right fundamentals but the wrong look.“It wasn’t occupied and it was painted in dark blue and yellow — it needed some love and attention,” Ms Mayberry said.The couple made a few thoughtful changes which resulted in the clean, open feel they wanted in their home.“The bones were already there — we didn’t have to do a lot. It was a bit of a diamond in the rough,” Ms Mayberry said. The light filled internal spaces felt bigger once the repaint was finished. A warm home with some classic features.The back lawn also became and extension of the living space, connecting well with the patio and internal area.“That yard space has been perfect for them. There’s enough room — there’s a trampoline there and a swing set and everything, so it’s been great,” Ms Mayberry said.“It’s just across the road from the park too.”
Baby Emmitt Conrad Ash passed away July 18, 2018 at Margaret Mary Health in Batesville. Emmitt was the son of Travis and Lacee (Alloway) Ash of Milan.Emmitt Conrad is survived by his parents, sister: Lucy Jade Ash and brother: Clayton Michael Ash, Maternal Grandparents: Mike and Diane Alloway and Paternal Grandparents: Herbert Ash and Victoria Pflueger. Maternal Great-Grandparents: Lucille Alloway and Edward and Thelma Laws of Milan, many aunts, uncles and several cousins.Funeral service will be private at the convenience of the family. You may go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan entrusted with arrangements, 707 South Main Street, Box 243, (812)654-2141.
He sank a 3-pointer in the first quarter.He made a driving dunk in the second.He hit two free throws in the fourth.That was it.Gallinari scored seven points on 2-for-13 shooting against the Minnesota Timberwolves, including a 1-for-5 mark from 3-point range. Danilo Gallinari was in the right places at the right times Wednesday in his return to the Clippers’ starting lineup after a 13-game layoff because of a strained left glute.He dribbled past defenders for layup attempts and drifted beyond the 3-point arc for perimeter jump shots.Gallinari shot and missed.Again and again. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error It wasn’t the comeback he expected, but the Clippers weren’t surprised.After all, it had been an extended layoff and Gallinari’s rustiness was evident from the opening tip.“Gallo struggled,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said, “but you could see he got to the rim over and over again. He just couldn’t convert, but that’s what happens when you miss that many games in a row, then go play an NBA game. I liked his drives. I liked him getting to the bucket.“But you could see his shot was flat right off his hand.”Gallinari averaged 12.8 points on 35.5 percent shooting in nine games before he was injured during the Clippers’ loss to the Miami Heat on Nov. 5. He made only 26 percent of his 3-point shots, which raised concerns among the Clippers’ coaching staff.The Clippers want and need more from him, especially now with leading scorer Blake Griffin sidelined for up to two months by a sprained knee, Patrick Beverley out for the rest of the season because of knee surgery, and Milos Teodosic having missed most of the season with a plantar fascia injury.Teodosic could return Saturday against the Washington Wizards or possibly Monday against the Toronto Raptors, Rivers said.Meanwhile, Gallinari said he wants to be a better and more productive player as soon as possible.“Hopefully, I’ll be better next game,” he said.The Clippers didn’t practice Thursday, but they will return to the court Friday to prepare for Saturday’s matinee against the Wizards at Staples Center. The Clippers will try to end a four-game losing streak that has coincided with Griffin’s absence.They’ll also try to win for only the fifth time in 20 games after a 4-0 start to the season.“We, clearly, just need one more guy to score for us,” Rivers said. “We’re putting too much pressure on our two guards. They (opponents) are loading up (defensively) on both of them and, as the game goes on, they get more courageous on their traps because they want to see someone else score.”The Clippers acquired Gallinari from the Denver Nuggets as part of a three-team trade last summer that was designed to give them another offensive threat beyond Griffin, Beverley, Teodosic, Austin Rivers and Lou Williams. Nothing has gone to plan for the injury-depleted Clippers, though.Minnesota coach Tom Thibodeau said he expected a turnaround sooner or later for the Clippers.“He is such a great player that it will add a lot more to their team,” Thibodeau said of Gallinari. “Sometimes, when a player does come back (from an injury), they have to get back into the rhythm of the game. It’s funny, with any player, if they miss even a day or a game, their rhythm is not the same.”STATUS QUO?Doc Rivers vowed to stick with the same starting lineup Saturday against the Wizards that he used in a 113-107 loss Wednesday to the Timberwolves. He went with Gallinari and Wesley Johnson at the forward positions, DeAndre Jordan at center and Austin Rivers and C.J. Williams at the guard spots.“No. Why? Just to do it?” Doc Rivers asked a reporter who asked about a possible lineup change. “When you lose games, everyone wants to change this or change that, but, no, I don’t think that’s what you do. The reason those guys are playing is because they earned those spots, at least that’s the way we see it.“It’s easy to want to change it.”