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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,418,025
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,005
4 annmanley 2,237,561
5 John.F.Hall 2,114,862
...
103 H.Boutell 325,858
104 c-l-h 317,284
105 johnwhin 316,583
106 AngelaDay 314,847
107 Jeff.Noble 309,156
108 Ian.Pettet 307,205

314,847 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 7,041
March 2017 7,847
February 2017 5,493
January 2017 8,054
December 2016 6,658
November 2016 7,088
October 2016 6,141
September 2016 2,721
August 2016 421
July 2016 255
June 2016 91
May 2016 246
April 2016 2,388
March 2016 1,721
February 2016 2,712
January 2016 3,755
December 2015 2,257
November 2015 3,296
October 2015 5,054
September 2015 3,217
August 2015 4,994
July 2015 5,386
June 2015 14,033
May 2015 8,570
April 2015 7,969
March 2015 1,967
February 2015 7,376
January 2015 8,060
December 2014 4,269
November 2014 4,828
October 2014 7,177
September 2014 2,009
August 2014 215
July 2014 573
June 2014 328
May 2014 7,868
April 2014 6,905
March 2014 6,035
February 2014 5,088
January 2014 3,945
December 2013 4,239
November 2013 3,610
October 2013 5,214
September 2013 3,932
August 2013 4,460
July 2013 6,265
June 2013 6,358
May 2013 4,364
April 2013 4,450
March 2013 3,751
February 2013 5,356
January 2013 6,680
December 2012 5,946
November 2012 6,357
October 2012 6,877
September 2012 3,519
August 2012 9,940
July 2012 7,300
June 2012 8,199
May 2012 7,172
April 2012 7,340
March 2012 1,270
February 2012 82
December 2011 30
November 2011 76
October 2011 293
September 2011 665
August 2011 489
July 2011 399
March 2011 445
February 2011 1,135
January 2011 2,241
December 2010 2,008
November 2010 334

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,417,994
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,005
4 annmanley 2,237,491
5 John.F.Hall 2,114,857
...
103 H.Boutell 325,858
104 c-l-h 317,284
105 johnwhin 316,583
106 AngelaDay 312,734
107 Jeff.Noble 309,156
108 Ian.Pettet 307,205

312,734 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 6,967
March 2017 7,460
February 2017 5,486
January 2017 7,047
December 2016 6,596
November 2016 6,833
October 2016 5,988
September 2016 2,574
August 2016 421
July 2016 255
June 2016 91
May 2016 246
April 2016 2,388
March 2016 1,721
February 2016 2,691
January 2016 3,755
December 2015 2,257
November 2015 3,296
October 2015 5,054
September 2015 3,217
August 2015 4,994
July 2015 5,386
June 2015 14,033
May 2015 8,570
April 2015 7,969
March 2015 1,967
February 2015 7,376
January 2015 8,060
December 2014 4,269
November 2014 4,828
October 2014 7,177
September 2014 2,009
August 2014 215
July 2014 573
June 2014 328
May 2014 7,868
April 2014 6,905
March 2014 6,035
February 2014 5,088
January 2014 3,945
December 2013 4,239
November 2013 3,610
October 2013 5,214
September 2013 3,932
August 2013 4,460
July 2013 6,265
June 2013 6,358
May 2013 4,364
April 2013 4,450
March 2013 3,751
February 2013 5,356
January 2013 6,680
December 2012 5,946
November 2012 6,357
October 2012 6,877
September 2012 3,519
August 2012 9,940
July 2012 7,300
June 2012 8,199
May 2012 7,172
April 2012 7,340
March 2012 1,270
February 2012 82
December 2011 30
November 2011 76
October 2011 293
September 2011 665
August 2011 489
July 2011 399
March 2011 445
February 2011 1,135
January 2011 2,241
December 2010 2,008
November 2010 334

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,697
2 jaybee67 70,323
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,645
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
12 sonmaa 2,826
13 bainamasquelier 2,544
14 aleon 2,277
15 AngelaDay 2,113
16 zdone 1,950
17 pathfinder 1,721

2,113 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 74
March 2017 387
February 2017 7
January 2017 1,007
December 2016 62
November 2016 255
October 2016 153
September 2016 147
February 2016 21


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WINDSOR COUNCIL (Article), Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954), Friday 23 April 1926 [Issue No.2008] page 5 2017-04-30 04:54 WINDSOR PfWi Pni
The ordinary meeting of the Windsor Mu
inst, when there were present: — The Mayor
(Aid. W. H.' Dean), Aid S. Cox, J. 'Mit
chell, -E. H.' L. ' Lawson, N.. Jenkyn, E.:
Vaughanyi L. Rosenthal ? and W. H. O'Brien .
- The under ' secretary, Chief Secretary's,
Office, intimated that Friday, ..April 2'3, had
been gazetted a public .'holiday. ' This is
the second day, of Hawkesbury Show. — Re-
vived. ' ? .
The Manager, Bank N.S.. Wales, wrote
enclosing documents .for completion in con
in connection with ' the Water Supply Local
Fund. — Received, and to be - completed and
returned immediately. i ?
TV. Wright, mailman, brought under the
Council's notice the necessity for' repairing
the mail route from 'Vineyard to Scheyville
—one Section *kt Midson's corner and the
other between W'oise's and' Codrihg ton's.
latter section -immediately, the writer sug
gested that a man be sent to* clear av/ay
some bushes and make a side' track, other
route. . . ?
Aid. Rosnthal said it was an urgent case
and a side track would fill -the bill in the
meantime. He moved ' that ' the bushes be
cut away. ' ' '?
Seconded by AM* O'Brien and -carried'
From Mrs. Emma Pearce, Mill-street, Riv
of the road opposite her premises. During
road comes over the footpath on to my pro
in the last rain,', added the writer
Aid. Jenkyn jocularly suggested the rate
for a Yv'ater frontage should be increased!
A. Wimble, hori. secretary Maraylya P. A.
complained that the culvert on Boundary
road at' the bottom of Midson's paddock, hart
away so much that a- sulky wheel went
the hill at Mr. Tribois has a gully washed
Decided, on the motion of Aid. Cox and
works committee. Regarding the culvert, re
was being given1 to re-decking it,
Aid. Mitchell- asked if all the money re
contribution towards the maintenance of'
Boundary-road, had .been expended.
The Mayor , said . that when 'Mr'. Ouvrier
Aid. Mitchell: Baulkham Hills Shire Coun
cil has an engineer. We- ought to let them
1 take over the Boundary-road.
Aid. Cox: It will cost us £100 a year if
We do.
WINDSOR COUNCIL
The ordinary meeting of the Windsor Mu-
inst. when there were present:—The Mayor
(Ald. W. H. Dean), Ald S. Cox, J. Mit-
chell, E. H. L. Lawson, N. Jenkyn, E.
Vaughan, L. Rosenthal and W. H. O'Brien.
The under secretary, Chief Secretary's
Office, intimated that Friday, April 23, had
been gazetted a public holiday. This is
ceived.
The Manager, Bank N.S. Wales, wrotee
enclosing documents for completion in con-
in connection with the Water Supply Local
W. Wright, mailman, brought under the
Council's notice the necessity for repairing
the mail route from Vineyard to Scheyville
—one Section at Midson's corner and the
other between Weise's and Codrington's.
latter section immediately, the writer sug-
gested that a man be sent to clear away
some bushes and make a side track, other-
route.
Ald. Rosnthal said it was an urgent case
and a side track would fill the bill in the
meantime. He moved that the bushes be
cut away.
Seconded by Ald. O'Brien and carried.
From Mrs. Emma Pearce, Mill-street, Riv-
of the road opposite her premises. "During
road comes over the footpath on to my pro-
in the last rain," added the writer
Ald. Jenkyn jocularly suggested the rate
for a water frontage should be increased!
A. Wimble, hon. secretary Maraylya P.A.
complained that the culvert on Boundary-
road at the bottom of Midson's paddock, had
away so much that a sulky wheel went
the hill at Mr. Tribe's has a gully washed
Decided, on the motion of Ald. Cox and
works committee. Regarding the culvert, re-
was being given to re-decking it.
Ald. Mitchell asked if all the money re-
contribution towards the maintenance of
Boundary-road, had been expended.
The Mayor said that when Mr. Ouvrier
Ald. Mitchell: Baulkham Hills Shire Coun-
cil has an engineer. We ought to let them
take over the Boundary-road.
Ald. Cox: It will cost us £100 a year if
we do.
STATE ROADS ACT 1986 ORDER - SECTION 19 RESCISSION OF PART OF A RE-ALIGNMENT OF WINDSOR ROAD AT ROUSE HILL IN THE CITY OF BLACKTOWN (Government Gazette Proclamations and Legislation), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 4 October 1991 [Issue No.139] page 8672 2017-04-30 04:35 ORDER • SECTION 19
1986, by this Order rescind that pait of the Re
Folk) 3195 affecting the land described in the
City of Blacktown, Parish of Qidley and County of
ORDER - SECTION 19
1986, by this Order rescind that part of the Re-
Folio 3195 affecting the land described in the
City of Blacktown, Parish of Gidley and County of
WINDSOR ASSIZES. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Tuesday 12 January 1830 [Issue No.1761] page 2 2017-04-30 04:30 whether toñtshment or disguist was our prcdomi-
der, published in today's Gazette. Had we not
to play off a hoax; and as it is, we are puzzled to
house in the middle of the night; and were
serves but to render "darkness visible."
part of the constables, they succreded in apprehend-
trates, by whom he was summaiily dealt with.
ket, and having obliged, the drivers to remain pas-
much longer reign. The sooner these spoliators of
having without levae or license trespassed on the
premises of Mr. J. Underwood at Rushcutting Bay,
this Court appear to he progressively on the in-
when "Surprise" beat his opponent cleverly. The
Swan, on the Brickfield.hill. Tins fami'y, it ap-
had not dozed very long winn their slumbers were,
d!sturbed by a creaking noise in the house.
anti awnke, fsinne of the inmates thought it was
fanov, or some idle dream, forsooth, that h ml ,
nuakened them, and were e'n disposed to luin on ,
llicii side nnd return to their nap. All then
»vis still-'ilent US the grave-but, lo! before
sim p had overtaken Hie slccp'-tc cvelHsof Hie doz rs,
anr.iher making noise resounded through the bouse.
All became astonished, and astonisl ment uasqu'-ekly
succeeded by alarm. Noone could re»t contented
in his bed, and the eood folks by consentaneous
foment, marched cn mas.1l', to lind out (bis cause
of their Unea«inegi; the inquisitors, suth* e it to
sav, had not peregrinated very far. before from a
convenient hiding place, at one coi ner of a room !n
the upper attic, Hiev lu;ged forth »sneaking wicfcli,
«ho, so far .from norring any resistance, or display,
iujr a disposition in be for once the courageous
thief, dispelled their visionary fear* and frights
and alarm, hy rii'mining on his knees, imploring
forgiveness. This was impossible to gia-it, far just
tlien the inmites bul become fully sttisfied of the
cb iracter of Hie intruder. A bundle packed np, mid
. app*re', was lyin? by hi« ¿ide. spemingly readyfor
immediate removal The trespasser wa"* given over
fur befer security into the hands of the police, to be
dealt willi for this his attempt at ciiir.e.
two very neal houses tu his rang;« of buildings in
Pill ïlrccf.
mony of several witnesses that the deceased had
been called out of bed to attend a fermale neighbour
curiosity—" not« avons chanr/e tout cela" :-If you
sre aman and a woman, with little or no occasion,
often finding fault, mid correcting1 one another in
company, you may be sura they are man and wife.
co uti, in profound silence, the one looking at one
side the oilier at the» other, never imagine they
honestly married. If you are a lady accidently let
may take it up-man and wife. If you see a lady
proven) ing a gentletmn with something side wise, at
from that she uses to others-it is her husband.
If you see a man and a woman walking in (he fields
the respect of all the company cecept a certain
gentleman who speaks of her ianrough accents, it
is her hushand, who married her for love, hut now
teous, obliging, and good natured to every holy
except a certain female who lives under tim same
ill-natured-—it is his wife. If you see a male and
whether astonishment or disgust was our predomi-
der, published in to-day's Gazette. Had we not
to play off a hoax ; and as it is, we are puzzled to
house in the middle of the night, and were
serves but to render " darkness visible."
part of the constables, they succeeded in apprehend-
trates, by whom he was summarily dealt with.
ket, and having obliged the drivers to remain pas-
much longer reign. The sooner these spoliatiors of
having without leave or license trespassed on the
premises of Mr. J. Underwood, at Rushcutting Bay,
this Court appear to be progressively on the in-
when " Surprise" beat his opponent cleverly. The
Swan, on the Brickfield-hill. The family, it ap-
had not dozed very long when their slumbers were
disturbed by a creaking noise in the house.
and awake, some of the inmates thought it was
fancy, or some idle dream, forsooth, that had
awakened them, and were e'n disposed to turn on
their side and return to their nap. All then
was still—silent as the grave—but, lo ! before
sleep had overtaken the sleeping eyelids of the dozers,
another creaking noise resounded through the house.
All became astonished, and astonishment was quickly
succeeded by alarm. No one could rest contented
in his bed, and the good folks by consentaneous
consent, marched en masse, to find out this cause
of their uneasiness ; the inquisitors, suffice it to
say, had not peregrinated very far, before from a
convenient hiding place, at one corner of a room in
the upper attic, they lugged forth a sneaking wretch,
who, so far from offering any resistance, or display-
ing a disposition in be for once the courageous
thief, dispelled their visionary fears and frights
and alarm, by dropping on his knees, imploring
forgiveness. This was impossible to grant, for just
then the inmates had become fully satisfied of the
character of the intruder. A bundle packed up, and
apparel, was lying by his side, seemingly ready for
immediate removal The trespasser was given over
for better security into the hands of the police, to be
dealt with for this his attempt at crime.
two very neat houses to his range of buildings in
Pitt street.
mony of several witnesses, that the deceased had
been called out of bed to attend a female neighbour
curiosity—" nous avons change tout cela" :—If you
are a man and a woman, with little or no occasion,
often finding fault, and correcting one another in
company, you may be sure they are man and wife.
coach, in profound silence, the one looking at one
side the other at the other, never imagine they
honestly married, if you are a lady accidently let
may take it up—man and wife. If you see a lady
presenting a gentleman with something sidewise, at
from that she uses to others—it is her husband.
If you see a man and a woman walking in the fields
the respect of all the company except a certain
gentleman who speaks of her in rough accents, it
is her husband, who married her for love, but now
teous, obliging, and good natured to every body
except a certain female who lives under the same
ill-natured—it is his wife. If you see a male and
WINDSOR ASSIZES. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Tuesday 12 January 1830 [Issue No.1761] page 2 2017-04-30 03:46 benefit in the administration of justice; more
ing of a number of the resident magstrates
M'Laughlin, and Anthony Murphy, were
nelly, and M'Loughlin Guilty, and acquitted
John Lomas and Jeremiah M'Carthy were
and M'Carty Not Guilty. Death recorded
ceny, found Guilty; and M'Carty sentenced
were indicied for a larceny. The Jury found
ceny and found Guilty; Kinsela and Torpin
lash?
stream and back; being, for the distance,
the Phoenix and Cape Packet, has returned to
Tile South Head road has been for some
benefit in the administration of justice ; more
ing of a number of the resident magistrates
McLaughlin, and Anthony Murphy, were
nelly, and McLoughlin Guilty, and acquitted
John Lomas and Jeremiah McCarthy were
and McCarty Not Guilty. Death recorded
ceny, found Guilty ; and McCarty sentenced
were indicted for a larceny. The Jury found
ceny and found Guilty ; Kinsela and Torpin
lash ?
stream and back ; being, for the distance,
the Phœnix and Cape Packet, has returned to
The South Head road has been for some
luquest. Suicide on Windsor Road. (Article), Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 1 June 1895 [Issue No.362] page 9 2017-04-29 14:39 iuqwest.
named JFlorrja Worgaci, residing at Mr, Riobard
White's, Windaor-Eoad, committed suicide by
talcing strychnine. On Monday an inquest vas
held pefore tbs district coroner, Mr J ft Johnston,
«T.P » wheo the following evidence was taken t-rr
Biohard White deposed thai he was a laborer, í
Morgan, had been employed by Mrs White ae nurse- i
the table after dinner with bis wife, and they went
over into the paddock wharp witpess had some fires
buming ; about ah hour afterwards, deceased came
over, ker face being very red as though ehe had
been crying: witness asked her what was the mat
ter with her, and «he said, "Nothing" ; in reply
to Mrs White shs said ehe had the toothache ; she
sat down on tba grass, md alter sitting there
Mrs White said, "Florrie did you drink thU-etuff,"
and deceased said «* No-do you think X ara such a
fool''; thé wife called witness ana said, Florrie
bas poisoned beseelf, for here is the bottle"; wit
ness did "not believe then that deceased had taken
the stuff: the bottle produced was the one referred
to; it had " poison " marked on it ; took deceased
to the house, and gav« her a little ram, some of
which ehe pat in her tooth as she sat by the fire :
commenced to scream; witness went into the room
to why. she took it, said, " I want to die-I am
for Dr Gibson ; later on be went for medicine,
but when he returned the girl was dead; witness
Booty Hill { believed that «nè of the bottles con
tained stuff to relieve toothache : this bottle con
tained a jBasjpponf ul of stuff of a purni« colour;
whab he received the bottle on Sunday tróin de
toothache until she did in the paddock; deceased
had been with them eight or nine weeks; she could
read and write ; oould not form any idea why che
Mafia Clara White, wife of previous witness,
nine weeks, and during that time ehe had noticed
she did not complain of any trouble or of any: per
son ; when deceased name orer to th« paddock
after dinner on Sunda*, her face was flushed,
caused, she *a)d, through sitting over the nrf* be
cause b*r Jtpbth had bien aching ç she had fíre
viousVheen complaining of toothache ; whilst sit
produced, and marked " Poison " inio witness* lap ;
had taken epme out of it; they went tmpk to the
house, and shortlykt bernard* deoeasfed beoariie üb
well, »nd witness* husband went lor the doctor ;
Amelie. Lopke jsteted thal she was the wife ©
Gharies Looks, ol Blacktown Boad, and the de
ceased was her daughter by her first husband; der
ceased was 17 years of age last July : last saw he
alive on Queen's Birthday, when she, being a half
Seared to be in good spirits, «ad witness did not
now of any reason why she should commit sui
toothache ; deceased'* father was dead about 14
years, and for years previous to that he was con
at the patient's house, found her ina dying Con
dition ; she was quite fcooBcious, and admitted to
the whole body ; each ¡convulsión lasted for about
by another convulsion ; during the: convulsions
of her mouth were drawn down ; her eyes re
mained open, and tier .pupils were dilated : her
poisoning by ? strychnine ; immediately ; en
with considerable difficulty, owing to the clench
ing of her teeth, due to the convulsions ; man
all the time, but very much Exhausted ; sent a
«nan away for medicine ; the convulsions con
at 5.50 p.m. in witness' presence; death was, in
powder, such as is used for poisoning dogs ; de
The ¡jury returned th's following verdict : We
own act. -, .
Iuquest.
Suicide on Windsor-Road.
named Florrie Morgan, rsiding at Mr. Richard
White's, Windsor-Road, committed suicide by
taking strychnine. On Monday an inquest was
held before the district coroner, Mr J R Johnston,
J.P., when the following evidence was taken :—
Richard White deposed that he was a laborer,
Morgan, had been employed by Mrs White as nurse-
the table after dinner with his wife, and they went
over into the paddock where witness had some fires
burning ; about an hour afterwards, deceased came
over, her face being very red as though she had
been crying : witness asked her what was the mat-
ter with her, and she said, " Nothing " ; in reply
to Mrs White she said she had the toothache ; she
sat down on the grass, and after sitting there
Mrs White said, " Florrie did you drink this stuff,"
and deceased said " No—do you think I am such a
fool " ; the wife called witness and said, " Florrie
has poisoned herself, for here is the bottle"; wit-
ness did not believe then that deceased had taken
the stuff : the bottle produced was the one referred
to ; it had " poison " marked on it ; took deceased
to the house, and gave her a little rum, some of
which she put in her tooth as she sat by the fire :
commenced to scream ; witness went into the room
to why she took it, said, " I want to die—I am
for Dr Gibson ; later on he went for medicine,
but when he returned the girl was dead ; witness
Rooty Hill ; believed that one of the bottles con-
tained stuff to relieve toothache : this bottle con-
tained a teaspoonful of stuff of a purple colour ;
when he received the bottle on Sunday from de-
toothache until she did in the paddock ; deceased
had been with them eight or nine weeks ; she could
read and write ; could not form any idea why she
Maria Clara White, wife of previous witness,
nine weeks, and during that time she had noticed
she did not complain of any trouble or of any per-
son ; when deceased came over to the paddock
after dinner on Sunday, her face was flushed,
caused, she said, through sitting over the fire, be-
cause her tooth had been aching ; she had pre-
viously been complaining of toothache ; whilst sit-
produced, and marked " Poison " into witness' lap ;
had taken some out of it ; they went back to the
house, and shortly afterwards deceased became un-
well, and witness' husband went for the doctor ;
Amelia Locke stated that she was the wife o-
Charles Locke, of Blacktown Road, and the de-
ceased was her daughter by her first husband ; der
ceased was 17 years of age last July : last saw he-
alive on Queen's Birthday, when she, being a half-
peared to be in good spirits, and witness did not
know of any reason why she should commit sui-
toothache ; deceased's father was dead about 14
years, and for years previous to that he was con-
at the patient's house, found her in a dying con-
dition ; she was quite conscious, and admitted to
the whole body ; each convulsion lasted for about
by another convulsion ; during the convulsions
of her mouth were drawn down ; her eyes re-
mained open, and her pupils were dilated : her
poisoning by strychnine ; immediately en-
with considerable difficulty, owing to the clench-
ing of her teeth, due to the convulsions ; man-
all the time, but very much exhausted ; sent a
man away for medicine ; the convulsions con-
at 5.50 p m in witness' presence ; death was, in
powder, such as is used for poisoning dogs ; de-
The jury returned the following verdict : We
own act.
WINDSOR. SATURDAY. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 16 August 1879 [Issue No.997] page 261 2017-04-29 14:01 CZo in apparent good health. She was. 61
« of age, and leaves a large family. At the in
^ t to day after the post mortem examination, the
^ found that death resulted from rupture of the
heAt*child named Angelina Bailey, 6 years old, -was
shortly afterwarda ?
home in apparent good health. She was 61
years of age, and leaves a large family. At the in-
quest to-day after the post mortem examination, the
jury found that death resulted from rupture of the heart.
A child named Angelina Bailey, 6 years old, was
shortly afterwards.
WINDSOR. SATURDAY. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 16 August 1879 [Issue No.997] page 261 2017-04-29 13:59 Euddenly in her spring-cart, at Windsor, about
10 o'clock this morning. Deceased came in»
suddenly in her spring-cart, at Windsor, about
10 o'clock this morning. Deceased came into
WINDSOR. Saturday. (Article), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Thursday 14 August 1879 [Issue No.4879] page 3 2017-04-29 13:56 WINDSOB.
"Saturday.
XßLeritVd^-Eleanor Cathenrcflj Rummery,
wife of Richmond Rummery,, of 'Box-hill,
Windsor 'Road, farmer, died -suddenly in her
spring-cart, at Windsor, abowt 0 0 o'clock this
.morning. Deceased came ¿Bto town on her
.usual business to market, «nd left home in
?apparent good health. Skodas 61 years of
age, an>d leaves a large family. At the in
|'quest' te-day, after the jj<¡>«£ moHtmt examina
?tion,'the jury found fchtsfc 'death resulted
from1 iwpture of the heart.
A child named Angelina Bailey, 6 years
WINDSOR.
Saturday.
[Herald.]—Eleanor Catherine Rummery,
wife of Richmond Rummery, of Box-hill,
Windsor Road, farmer, died suddenly in her
spring-cart, at Windsor, about 10 o'clock this
morning. Deceased came into town on her
usual business to market, and left home in
apparent good health. She was 61 years of
age, and leaves a large family. At the in-
quest to-day, after the post mortem examina-
tion, the jury found that death resulted
from rupture of the heart.
A child names Angelina Bailey, 6 years
WINDSOR. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 30 December 1854 [Issue No.5474] page 3 2017-04-29 13:51 CHRISTMAS was very becomingly observed in Windsor '
on Monday. After church few disorderly people were .
to be seen. Most people being now in easy circum- |
stances, good dinners were the orders of the day. On :
and Richmond. A considerable" concourse of per-
sons assembled-in fact nearly as many as on the
regular occasions. Windsor may have been said to be
business was doing. The people, according to olden
custom, were all merry-making, as they had a light
POLICE OFFICE, TUESDAY.-Mrs. Bridget Docken,
last, towards John "Watt, of Bridge-street, Windsor.
Mr. Walker appeared for the defendant. The appre-
lic-house, George-street i he did not hear her make
her iii custody ; ho had no warrant when ho appre-
time previous to ths arrest on the same day. Mr.
WalKer applied for the prisoners discharge, and sub-
mitted that she had been improperly arrested aid was
illegally before the Court. The magistrate concurred,
Act was heard on Tuesday, when John Gillam was j
fined £1 and costs for trespassing upon B-x Hill, j
Wiridsor-road, upon the complaint of a Mr. Welch, in
tho occupation of the estate. The presiding magistrate
district-particularly that part of it having reference
to parties leaving slip rails down. However, we doubt
and négligence on the part of visitors and neighbours.
FITZ ROY BUIDGE.-The sale of a lease of the tolls
purchaser for £257 i being, we are very sorry to say,
THE WEATHER.-Still without rain ! The long
alarm the inhabitants. For many years past there has
not been so protracted an absence of moisture. Dread-
every semblance of vegetation. It is impossible that
the present pressure of heat and absence of grass,-so
CHRISTMAS was very becomingly observed in Windsor
on Monday. After church few disorderly people were
to be seen. Most people being now in easy circum-
stances, good dinners were the orders of the day. On
and Richmond. A considerable concourse of per-
sons assembled—in fact nearly as many as on the
regular occasions. Windsor may have been said to be
business was doing. The people, according to olden
custom, were all merry-making, as they had a right
POLICE OFFICE, TUESDAY.—Mrs. Bridget Docken,
last, towards John Watt, of Bridge-street, Windsor.
Mr. Walker appeared for the defendant. The appre-
lic-house, George-street ; he did not hear her make
her in custody ; he had no warrant when he appre-
time previous to ths arrest on the same day. Mr.
Walker applied for the prisoners discharge, and sub-
mitted that she had been improperly arrested and was
illegally before the Court. The magistrate concurred,
Act was heard on Tuesday, when John Gillam was
fined £1 and costs for trespassing upon Box Hill,
Windsor-road, upon the complaint of a Mr. Welch, in
the occupation of the estate. The presiding magistrate
district—particularly that part of it having reference
to parties leaving slip rails down. However, we doubt
and negligence on the part of visitors and neighbours.
FITZ ROY BRIDGE.—The sale of a lease of the tolls
purchaser for £257 ; being, we are very sorry to say,
THE WEATHER.—Still without rain ! The long
alarm the inhabitants. For many years past there has
not been so protracted an absence of moisture. Dread-
every semblance of vegetation. It is impossible that
the present pressure of heat and absence of grass,—so
WINDSOR. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 14 January 1846 [Issue No.2706] page 3 2017-04-29 13:37 HORSE STEALING.-It is remarkable that al-
though horses ore at the present time at an
of Windsor. On New Year's Day Mr. Ro-
Btolen) from the Peninsula Farm, a black
has offered a reward of five pounds. About
the same time Mr. William White, of Stan
on conviction of the offender. And on Satur-
rajong-Mr. Hill has offered a reward of one
pound, on recovery of the stolen animal. It is
to be hoped that the felons will ore long bo de-
ment at Sydney for London. The wool is the
und we believe is of a very superior quality.
HAWKESBURY SUBSCRIPTION RACES.-Pur-
suant to notice, a publie meeting was held on
Thursday last, at Higgerson's, Bird-in-Hsnd
Windsor Race Course, ' on Wednesday, Thurs-
we refer our readers. Mr. Andrew Badgery,
to os stewards, namely, Messrs. George Sey-
treasurer. It was stated, during the meeting,
superior to those of former years. The excel .
which were lately Bold, being expected to con-
brought into action. The meeting subscribed
1 the sum of forty pounds to begin with towards
doubt not, will bo raised with that liberality of
POLICE OFFICE, TUESDAY. - Before Robert
Fitzgerald, Esq., J.P., and L. D. WMtoker,
Esq., J.P. Mrs. Norah Yates, a ticket-of-leav
property of Henry Yately. It appeared that
Yately left a bundle on Saturday, the 3rd in
Btant, under the caro of tho prisoner at her
pence to get a glass of grog. The bench
and gave Alis. Yates one month's imprison-
ment, besides cancelling her ticket.-James
barber." The case as to the watch could not
ingly discharged As to the ring, it appeared
the ring in question. Soon after this, Rogers
with it the gold ring. Mrs. Carroll having
prisoners into custody. The bench committed
Sessions.-Cornelius Burke, holding a ticket
Hart. It appeared that the inmates, with the
out of the house to Bee some scufile that took
phce in the street, when the prisoner, who
not been detected. The prisoner was sen-
-A general meeting of the inhabitants of the
kindly prepared by tho Hon. Sec. Francis Bed
about the next snow meeting, when we hope n
crowded assemblage will be piesent. A com-
ral meeting. We sincerely trust that such
COURT or REQUESTS.-The Court of Re
1 quests for this district commences its January
sittings on the 26th instant. The last day for
entered. The last day for issuing for the £10
jurisdiction was on Thursday lust, when one
persons wishing to sue not being able to affoid
them._
HORSE STEALING.—It is remarkable that al-
though horses are at the present time at an
of Windsor. On New Year's Day Mr. Ro-
stolen) from the Peninsula Farm, a black
has offered a reward of five pounds. About
the same time Mr. William White, of Stan-
on conviction of the offender. And on Satur-
rajong—Mr. Hill has offered a reward of one
pound, on recovery of the stolen animal. It is
to be hoped that the felons will ere long be de-
ment at Sydney for London. The wool is the
and we believe is of a very superior quality.
HAWKESBURY SUBSCRIPTION RACES.—Pur-
suant to notice, a public meeting was held on
Thursday last, at Higgerson's, Bird-in-Hand
Windsor Race Course, on Wednesday, Thurs-
we refer our readers. Mr. Andrew Badgery,
treasurer. It was stated, during the meeting,
superior to those of former years. The excel
which were lately sold, being expected to con-
brought into action. The meeting subscribed
the sum of forty pounds to begin with towards
doubt not, will be raised with that liberality of
POLICE OFFICE, TUESDAY. — Before Robert
Fitzgerald, Esq., J.P., and L. D. Whitaker,
Esq., J.P. Mrs. Norah Yates, a ticket-of-leav-
property of Henry Yately. It appeared that
Yately left a bundle on Saturday, the 3rd in-
stant, under the care of the prisoner at her
pence to get a glass of grog. The bench
and gave Mrs. Yates one month's imprison-
ment, besides cancelling her ticket.—James
barber." The case as to the watch could not
ingly discharged As to the ring, it appeared
the ring in question. Soon after this, Rogers
with it the gold ring. Mrs. Carroll having
prisoners into custody. The bench committed
Sessions.—Cornelius Burke, holding a ticket-
Hart. It appeared that the inmates, with the
out of the house to see some scuffle that took
place in the street, when the prisoner, who
not been detected. The prisoner was sen-
—A general meeting of the inhabitants of the
kindly prepared by the Hon. Sec. Francis Bed-
about the next show meeting, when we hope a
crowded assemblage will be present. A com-
ral meeting. We sincerely trust that such
COURT OF REQUESTS.—The Court of Re-
quests for this district commences its January
sittings on the 26th instant. The last day for
entered. The last day for issuing for the £10
jurisdiction was on Thursday last, when one
persons wishing to sue not being able to afford
them.

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