Notable South Australians/H. J. Cook
H. J. Cook,
A RESIDENT of Payneham, South Australia, for upwards of thirty-five years, up to the time of his decease, which took place October 25, 1884. Mr. Cook was the local postmaster, and highly respected by a large circle of friends. He took an active interest in local matters, was President of the Volunteer Fire Brigade, member of Court Foresters' Call, A.O.F., P.C.R.'s Percy and Morphett, Court Perseverance, and other courts, and one of the committee of the Payneham Institute.