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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,461,510
2 NeilHamilton 3,064,575
3 noelwoodhouse 2,925,243
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,151,724
...
414 cricketman 83,390
415 historyhound 82,467
416 kaepaviour 82,130
417 BillStrong 82,059
418 Gerberadaisy 81,941
419 Sam.Calvert 81,926

82,059 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 476
April 2017 210
March 2017 764
February 2017 306
January 2017 1,006
December 2016 108
November 2016 614
October 2016 612
September 2016 258
August 2016 858
July 2016 437
June 2016 218
February 2016 342
January 2016 134
December 2015 803
November 2015 66
October 2015 683
September 2015 761
July 2015 386
June 2015 408
May 2015 237
April 2015 823
March 2015 314
February 2015 184
December 2014 174
November 2014 1,003
October 2014 424
August 2014 909
July 2014 1,468
June 2014 1,712
May 2014 1,132
April 2014 1,089
March 2014 1,657
February 2014 2,792
January 2014 224
December 2013 1,661
November 2013 1,549
October 2013 1,926
September 2013 455
August 2013 204
July 2013 203
June 2013 822
May 2013 1,805
April 2013 1,063
March 2013 1,941
February 2013 2,139
January 2013 2,720
December 2012 1,978
November 2012 1,477
October 2012 2,795
September 2012 1,147
August 2012 2,363
July 2012 1,714
June 2012 1,399
May 2012 1,906
April 2012 1,675
March 2012 1,429
February 2012 893
January 2012 1,660
December 2011 1,045
November 2011 625
October 2011 454
September 2011 1,373
August 2011 1,108
July 2011 804
June 2011 559
May 2011 675
April 2011 2,070
March 2011 1,455
February 2011 135
January 2011 323
December 2010 1,252
November 2010 149
October 2010 256
September 2010 61
August 2010 583
July 2010 991
June 2010 308
May 2010 575
April 2010 1,304
March 2010 1,777
February 2010 1,275
January 2010 561
December 2009 1,825

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,461,479
2 NeilHamilton 3,064,575
3 noelwoodhouse 2,925,243
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,151,719
...
411 cricketman 83,390
412 historyhound 82,326
413 kaepaviour 82,130
414 BillStrong 82,059
415 Sam.Calvert 81,926
416 Gerberadaisy 81,909

82,059 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 476
April 2017 210
March 2017 764
February 2017 306
January 2017 1,006
December 2016 108
November 2016 614
October 2016 612
September 2016 258
August 2016 858
July 2016 437
June 2016 218
February 2016 342
January 2016 134
December 2015 803
November 2015 66
October 2015 683
September 2015 761
July 2015 386
June 2015 408
May 2015 237
April 2015 823
March 2015 314
February 2015 184
December 2014 174
November 2014 1,003
October 2014 424
August 2014 909
July 2014 1,468
June 2014 1,712
May 2014 1,132
April 2014 1,089
March 2014 1,657
February 2014 2,792
January 2014 224
December 2013 1,661
November 2013 1,549
October 2013 1,926
September 2013 455
August 2013 204
July 2013 203
June 2013 822
May 2013 1,805
April 2013 1,063
March 2013 1,941
February 2013 2,139
January 2013 2,720
December 2012 1,978
November 2012 1,477
October 2012 2,795
September 2012 1,147
August 2012 2,363
July 2012 1,714
June 2012 1,399
May 2012 1,906
April 2012 1,675
March 2012 1,429
February 2012 893
January 2012 1,660
December 2011 1,045
November 2011 625
October 2011 454
September 2011 1,373
August 2011 1,108
July 2011 804
June 2011 559
May 2011 675
April 2011 2,070
March 2011 1,455
February 2011 135
January 2011 323
December 2010 1,252
November 2010 149
October 2010 256
September 2010 61
August 2010 583
July 2010 991
June 2010 308
May 2010 575
April 2010 1,304
March 2010 1,777
February 2010 1,275
January 2010 561
December 2009 1,825

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CLAIMS FOR EXEMPTION SOME INTERESTING CASES. (Article), Independent (Footscray, Vic. : 1883 - 1922), Saturday 18 November 1916 [Issue No.1562] page 1 2017-05-25 12:04 Walter Bladen claimiedl he wais sole
support of fathlidr and.'. motlher'.' "A\d
journed for fuirther. evideice. .
I-The cases of Fred. Meikle, gauge
maker, and Harry. L ; a;:lM pin; cingnll
eer, both engaiged on munitioii -works,
were adjourned.'
Clihas. G. Adams. No' appearance.
lRcfused. Wim Geo. McIPhc, likewise.
Fred. W. Ricketts was granted l x.
emption on a certificate fromn the me
lRavnond P. Timms claimied exemp
Henry .1. Hill was granted four
.Tohn Stanley Murdoch had .heen rec
ferred back to the- doctor for a certi
Somnuone for applicant said the doe
tor had told her lie could not go back
Mr Goldsmith: Then 1 cannot do
anvthing, madam. I'm not a doitor.
Walter Bladen claimied he was sole
support of father and mother. Ad-
journed for further evideice.
The cases of Fred. Merkle, gauge
maker, and Harry L Mappin, engineer,
both engaiged on munitions works,
were adjourned.
Chas. G. Adams. No appearance.
Refused. William Geo. McPhee, likewise.
Fred. W. Ricketts was granted ex-
emption on a certificate from the me-
Raymond P. Timms claimed exemp-
Henry R Hill was granted four
John Stanley Murdoch had been re-
ferred back to the doctor for a certi-
Someone for applicant said the doc-
tor had told her he could not go back
Mr Goldsmith: Then I cannot do
anvthing, madam. I'm not a doctor.
CLAIMS FOR EXEMPTION SOME INTERESTING CASES. (Article), Independent (Footscray, Vic. : 1883 - 1922), Saturday 18 November 1916 [Issue No.1562] page 1 2017-05-25 11:59 To date 87.1 claims for exemption
h aye been dealt with by the Local Ex
cmuption Court. Of these 31i claims
havo been allowed, 119 refused, 118
granted toumporary exemptions, 27 rc
Jerred to tle principal medical ollicer,
(i referred to the chief registrar, m3
withdrawn. and '210 adjourned.
Eightl claims were dealt with at
3Mondavys Court.
Lane as unlit for work through car
diae trouble, was referred to the prin
Harry Craig and .las. 11. Cuoter, as
hiipwrights, are exemnpt.
Win. C. Stokes. clerk, was granted
exemption, subject to declaration tluat
two brlothers - more than half the
John E. Whitham, engineer at Vic
tor Leggo's, claimed exemption on tlhe
ground that Ihe was engaged in a spe
cial industry, the making of hyposul
phite of soda used li tanners.
The Illanager stated that tlhe were
the only makers of tlese products.
Mr I oldsmiith: If anything happen.
ld, could not lie bhe replaced?
The Manager: If lie died, I suppose
Mlr Goldsmithl:. don't, want to kill
The 5Manager: Chief engineers of che.
mical works were exempted by tle
thl jam factory at Bendigo. This is
the Wirong court, as it proved - and
Elliott: First of all, 1 am a married
Mr Goldsmith: Married man I You
are not, under this. I'm not wasting
Elliott: 1 am a fireman at Mitchell's
SMitchell's manager asked to be
which lie was clearly directed by the
Defence authorities to attend the ex
Mr Goldsmitl agreed to hear El
liott's explanation. It. aplMared that
lie had volunteered in 1li4l and had
and lie had not done so. The silummons
Henry W. Eutrope claimed exemp
managing the Footscray blusiness of
his firm, of which lie was one of the
for a month, applicant's case was ad
Benjamin Ilolkin dn a certificate
Hunter, David E. Taylor. Ernest leed,
John Bullock, Stan. J. Miller and Hler
lie was sole sopport. Four weeks' ex
Louis Hlo .artll. No appearance.
Vernou ItI. Sttnlioilse and - King
half the sons; had enlisted.
IHenrr Tribe claimed exemption as
Adiourned for proof.
Arthur II. Free said lie had a bro
ther at the front., and lie was looking
after his business. Temporary exemp
Thos. Lee. No appearance. Refus
Albert P. Thompson said lie was
on munition works. He was also mar
Mr Goldsmith: Whien? Silico the
John S. Henmslord claimed lie was
L la'.nuplir?t? oi a mot-her aid crippled
slster. Atljorned forl proof.
Phillin Le 1arouand, one of three
suns, claimed that more than half the
faiuyil were serving - two being on
hosnital service in England and France.
lJohn Cannie Menzies proved his on"l
Ibrother was serving and was
exenmption.
Francis J. Ehlert, said lie had volun
did not, see why lihe should be compelled
Liiht. Steege: The -grounds don't
JIr Goldsmith: I ni afraid I uganit,
grant exeinption, wha?ever uimy prsonal
Mr Goldsmith: You prefer to volun
twice. Now I amn not. going.
Applicant said he uwould -take no
Lieut. Steoge: Your worship, appli
cant says he will not- .i sworn.: I
wants to warn himin.your hearing
to attend by -:10 o'clock to-morrbo
morning, to be surin in :iat the drill
hall for home service., :" `.. -
Applieant: Oh, home servico l I do'
mind that. ,
Tho case of James R: Doiierty? was
adjourned to see if his only other bro
thler iero exempted.
Joseph Considine was granted g x
eiuption as his only brother. was at th
Two Excuses; both tail
James Fordham said le could. not
walk any distance. -, -
Applicant: He told. me if. I got into
camp most likely 1 would-be .put out.
(Laughter.) . .- . ;:-,." r .,
(Lr Goldsmith:- AU: the *better for.
you. (Launhter.) 1 cIanidt -act-as
ncdical man. Tlere is nothing to.do
Applicant: I am a slaughtennan en
gaged in killing for the Imperial Go
Licut. Steege: Angliss' are not solely
Applicant: 1 am engaged only on
because out of six sons in the. fanily
four had gone to the front, one be
Arthur Ogdein was exeiipted oil a
certificate from the prinicipal. medical
Albert G. Eulman, cycle maker, in
that heo could get. no one to lill his
IHe was offered the loption'of four
weeks' temporary exemp?tion or the'
right of aiipeal, and decided -to appeal.
Louis Stanley Morgan, as sole uip
port of an invalid sister,. was granted
exemption.' .
Joseph Pearce. No appearance. 'lRe
Donald Babb, boiler maker, was re
" Leonard S. Young, garage keeper,
was granted exemption. as hs only re
mainiun brother was serving. , -..
Harry Richards. Wm. Steven I iJm
bert and Wm. Butler were refused?cx
cloption. none'of thelm appearing.
'1Th employer claimed exemption for
Win. Thos. Olsen, laborer and assistant
plumber. lie said lie could not get
another man to take his plice, as lie
Thos. R-. Helne had three out of
four brothers serving, and was exemp
Patrick T. Alexander, cariier, asked
financial obligations in regard to pre
minos. He asked for six weeks' exsoep
tion, as lie would have to sell out.
Mr. Goldsmith: Why sell? Accord
in? to tohe announceiment you have only
ever since tlhe plroclamation.
Mr Goldsmitli: You know your busi
caimr meantime, can 1?
William R.. Purchase claimed exemp
Alfred Pannell claimed exemption be
and pay for medical comforts. Ad
William T. Bray said he was solo
support of hii mother. As she was
brother lost ml a submarine, exemption
was refised.
Four weeks' exemption grantd.
on the ground that lie was indispen
sable to the lirm of A. Il. P. Crow.
Applicant, said lie was one of four in
the firmn. There were current contracts
*o the amount of £50,000. Two bro
thliers were at the front, his father was
married brother swas in charge of new
hydro electric carbide works in l'as
tiitina., and there alone they had 70i
business, lie claimed, was of national
ilmportance. They had six or seven
other contracts in earious parts of Aus
afr Goldsmith: Supposing you were
plant would have to be sold for noth.
t. Il. P. Crow, the father, said he
was'out of business now, and applicant
iattorieoy six years ago when lie went
for a trip, and apolicant had been the
Mr Goldsmith: If you can prove ap
Applicant: Tt is not a registered
'frnm.as regards the four of us, but I
can produce documents and incolie tax
'Mr Goldsmith: 1 will grant exemp
tionon -the grounds of the business
beiiig of national importance with so
voirt going would involve serious hard
ship. You may have to stand an ap
Lieut. Steego: I am going to a.ii.
William Leslie Warren said lie was
managing his father's carrying busi
ness, and that lie was indispensable, i
Teimorary exemption for four weeks
William P. Jackson and ltipert
Shanahan did not appear, and exemp
tion was ,refused:
Clifford'B. Green was granted .-ex
cmption.as sole support of aged mo.
Illipert Richaids said lie was the solo
him. His case vas adjourned foir fur
thIer proof. . " ,
Thomas B..Purcell claimd that he
was niedically unfit, said heo avis not
satisfied with the .'ay .the. doctior ex
amined hini, and on the certifidite of
an" A.M.C. doctor iras i'eferred to tlh
i:h.lobert F 'VPtherjk arid Jonin.C\ ri.
Petherick;: brothers', had.':iade cioice
wihich shohild. go 'into 'canip;l, Robert
ad. elected to go in -and his, rother
To date 871 claims for exemption
have been dealt with by the Local
Exemuption Court. Of these 316 claims
have been allowed, 119 refused, 118
granted temporary exemptions, 27 re-
ferred to the principal medical officer,
6 referred to the chief registrar, 33
withdrawn, and 210 adjourned.
Eight claims were dealt with at
Mondays Court.
Lane as unfit for work through car-
diac trouble, was referred to the prin-
Harry Craig and Jas. H. Cooper, as
shipwrights, are exempt.
William C. Stokes, clerk, was granted
exemption, subject to declaration that
two brothers - more than half the
John E. Whitham, engineer at Vic-
tor Leggo's, claimed exemption on the
ground that Ihe was engaged in a spe-
cial industry, the making of hyposul-
phite of soda used by tanners.
The manager stated that they were
the only makers of these products.
Mr Goldsmith: If anything happened,
could not he be replaced?
The Manager: If he died, I suppose
Mr Goldsmith: I don't, want to kill
The Manager: Chief engineers of che-
mical works were exempted by the
the jam factory at Bendigo. This is
the wrong court, as it proved - and
Elliott: First of all, I am a married
Mr Goldsmith: Married man ! You
are not under this. I'm not wasting
Elliott: I am a fireman at Mitchell's
Mitchell's manager asked to be
which he was clearly directed by the
Defence authorities to attend the ex-
Mr Goldsmitl agreed to hear El-
liott's explanation. It. appeared that
he had volunteered in 1914 and had
and he had not done so. The summons
Henry W. Eutrope claimed exemp-
managing the Footscray business of
his firm, of which he was one of the
for a month, applicant's case was ad-
Benjamin Hoskin on a certificate
Hunter, David E. Taylor. Ernest Reed,
John Bullock, Stan. J. Miller and Herbert
he was sole support. Four weeks' ex-
Louis Hoggarth. No appearance.
Vernon R Stenhouse and - King
half the sons had enlisted.
Henry Tribe claimed exemption as
Adjourned for proof.
Arthur B. Free said he had a bro-
ther at the front., and he was looking
after his business. Temporary exemp-
Albert P. Thompson said he was
on munition works. He was also mar-
Mr Goldsmith: When? Since the
John S. Hemslord claimed he was
sole support for a mother and crippled
slster. Adjourned for proof.
Phillip Le Marquand, one of three
sons, claimed that more than half the
family were serving - two being on
hospital service in England and France.
John Cannie Menzies proved his only
brother was serving and was granted
exemption.
Francis J. Ehlert, said he had volun-
did not, see why he should be compelled
Lieut. Steege: The grounds don't
Mr Goldsmith: I am afraid I cannot
grant exeinption, whatever my personal
Mr Goldsmith: You prefer to volun-
twice. Now I am not going.
Applicant said he would take no
Lieut. Steoge: Your worship, appli-
cant says he will not be sworn. I
want to warn him in your hearing
to attend by :10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, to be sworn in at the drill
hall for home service.
Applieant: Oh, home service! l don't
mind that.
Tho case of James R Doherty was
adjourned to see if his only other bro-
ther were exempted.
Joseph Considine was granted
exemption as his only brother was at the
Two Excuses; both fail
James Fordham said he could not
walk any distance.
Applicant: He told me if I got into
camp most likely I would be put out.
Mr Goldsmith:- All the better for
you. (Laughter.) I cannot act as a
medical man. Tlere is nothing to do
Applicant: I am a slaughtennan en-
gaged in killing for the Imperial Go-
Lieut. Steege: Angliss' are not solely
Applicant: I am engaged only on
because out of six sons in the family
four had gone to the front, one being
Arthur Ogden was exempted on a
certificate from the prinicipal medical
Albert G. Sulman, cycle maker, in
that he could get no one to fill his
He was offered the option' of four
weeks temporary exemption or the
right of appeal, and decided to appeal.
Louis Stanley Morgan, as sole sup-
port of an invalid sister, was granted
exemption.
Joseph Pearce. No appearance. Re-
Donald Babb, boiler maker, was re-
Leonard S. Young, garage keeper,
was granted exemption. as his only re-
maining brother was serving.
Harry Richards, William Steven Lambert
and William Butler were refused ex-
cloption, none of them appearing.
The employer claimed exemption for
William Thos. Olsen, laborer and assistant
plumber. lie said he could not get
another man to take his place, as he
Thos. R. Helne had three out of
four brothers serving, and was exemp-
Patrick T. Alexander, carrier, asked
financial obligations in regard to pre-
mises. He asked for six weeks' exemp-
tion, as he would have to sell out.
Mr. Goldsmith: Why sell? Accord-
ing to the announcement you have only
ever since the plroclamation.
Mr Goldsmitlh: You know your busi-
camp meantime, can I?
William R. Purchase claimed exemp-
Alfred Pannell claimed exemption be-
and pay for medical comforts. Ad-
William T. Bray said he was sole
support of his mother. As she was
brother lost in a submarine, exemption
was refused.
Four weeks' exemption granted.
on the ground that he was indispen-
sable to the firm of A. R. P. Crow.
Applicant, said he was one of four in
the firm. There were current contracts
to the amount of £50,000. Two bro-
thers were at the front, his father was
married brother was in charge of new
hydro electric carbide works in Tas-
mania, and there alone they had 70
business, he claimed, was of national
importance. They had six or seven
other contracts in various parts of Aus-
Mr Goldsmith: Supposing you were
plant would have to be sold for noth-
A. R. P. Crow, the father, said he
was out of business now, and applicant
attorieoy six years ago when he went
for a trip, and applicant had been the
Mr Goldsmith: If you can prove ap-
Applicant: It is not a registered
firm as regards the four of us, but I
can produce documents and income tax
Mr Goldsmith: I will grant exemp-
tionon the grounds of the business
being of national importance with so
your going would involve serious hard
ship. You may have to stand an ap-
Lieut. Steego: I am going to ap-
William Leslie Warren said he was
managing his father's carrying busi-
ness, and that he was indispensable, in
Temporary exemption for four weeks
William P. Jackson and Rupert
Shanahan did not appear, and exemp-
tion was refused:
Clifford B. Green was granted ex-
emption.as sole support of aged mo-
Rupert Richards said he was the solo
him. His case was adjourned for fur-
ther proof.
Thomas B. Purcell claimd that he
was medically unfit, said he was not
satisfied with the way the. doctor ex-
amined him, and on the certificate of
an A.M.C. doctor was referred to the P.M.O.
Robert F Petherick and John W B
Petherick, brothers, had made choice
which should go into cam. Robert
had elected to go in, and his brother
CLAIMS FOR EXEMPTION (Article), Independent (Footscray, Vic. : 1883 - 1922), Saturday 11 November 1916 [Issue No.1561] page 3 2017-05-24 13:37 tiirth:ick and Sons claimed exemp
_n f"r ter. export slaughtermen
i' M. lirowne, Albert C. Hansen,
l i.ll, Jofin T. Simpson. William
u', Frank Walmsley, Thos. W.
T'i?n. Thos. C. Lasslett, John Stan
"o aind Pircv D. McGIlvn.
Srtblir E. Verity, foreman, said it
al.''-Illirabl ee ts men's services be
"tained, in the national interest. The
~mil ,re und'er contract with the Im
P?rla Gorernlnent to supply frozen
Lieut! Stefe: Isn't it easy to get
.aught.rmnen?
, 'itness: We have places for 20 and
the- are not available.
oxemption was Granted till the end
Mainstay ot Business Must Go.
. cise wherlce tilhe omie service call
imposes distinct lhalrdship was that of
Alfrecd W'. Dagg. He asked for exenp
tio as nlanager of a wool-sorting busi
The father stated that lir.sonallr lie
have built up a carri.r's hlsiness, have
to see all their work ald labor east to
the wind. They were Flranciis Robert
claimed exemption on accoulnt of busl
air Goldsmith: What is so essential
The l'ihoenix Fireworks Co. asked ex
mixer for the nmaking of ship signals.
Excelsior Garnet V. Wood was gran.
that he iwas the main support of a mo
Henry J. Delahey had thliree brothers
as more than half the sons had emn
a brother goes into tcamp., as half the
sons will have enlisted. likewise Syd
Itoy Johnstone was granted exetmlp
claimed exemption or work as a non
applied for a position as trooud nimalin
for Wmi. 0. Robert. fitter, as he was
Borthwick and Sons claimed exemption
for ten export slaughtermen -
John M Browne, Albert C. Hansen,
Hugh Reid, John T. Simpson, William
Lowe, Frank Walmsley, Thos. W.
Young, Thos. C. Lasslett, John Stanton,
and Percy D. McGIynn.
Arthur E. Verity, foreman, said it
was desirable these men's services be
retained, in the national interest. The
firm were under contract with the Im-
perial Government to supply frozen meat.
Lieut Steege: Isn't it easy to get
slaughtermen?
Witness: We have places for 20 and
they are not available.
Exemption was Granted till the end
Mainstay of Business Must Go.
A case where the home service call
imposes distinct hardship was that of
Alfred W. Dagg. He asked for exemption
as manager of a wool-sorting business.
The father stated that personally he
Carriers' Industry Goes for
have built up a carrier's business, have
to see all their work and labor cast to
the wind. They were Francis Robert
claimed exemption on accoulnt of busl-
Mr Goldsmith: What is so essential
The Phoenix Fireworks Co. asked ex-
mixer for the making of ship signals.
Excelsior Garnet V. Wood was gran-
that he iwas the main support of a mo-
Henry J. Delahey had three brothers
as more than half the sons had en-
a brother goes into camp., as half the
Roy Johnstone was granted exemp-
claimed exemption or work as a non-
applied for a position as wood machinist
for Wm. 0. Robert. fitter, as he was
CLAIMS FOR EXEMPTION (Article), Independent (Footscray, Vic. : 1883 - 1922), Saturday 11 November 1916 [Issue No.1561] page 3 2017-05-24 12:14 Charles Eric tinugrose pleaded that
lohn Joseph White. who was slip
Th, ea.,es of Harold C. Williams and
,rtchibald J. Greig were adjourned to,
.. if the remaining brothers went into
rEre, Albert Davis' case was ad.
rnui,'l for further proof he was sole
f;e l. Ringelihultz said two out of
t or sins were at the Front. Ad
Ilichald Fuge was granted exemption
Arthur 1. Speldie pleaded exempull
.,hon G(. I/yan elaimioi that he ca.
IGordon I. Sharp. ats sole suppllort.
Fred. I1. Clayton. No appearance.
Thu M aizr Product, Co. asked for ex
-p?.tin for John Vincent King and
,hn FA. Scott, on the ground that.
Htenry Sctt .\iken claimed exentp
Fred. Pike Brown claimed lie was
Stephuen . MIeagher failed to prove
.lJhn Stanley lMurdochl claimed ex
emption n medlical grounds. He was
il. J. 1Dis proved conclusively that
Fred. CIa . Muller claimed exemp
E?gar Turner, as sole support of a
SChrlrks J.. Meade. as only son, was
l ,l RI. t. laher. No appearance.
H'enry Ilrbert Phippin stated that he
W] on" bIrother killed in action and
n·tl er eiiiployoed on a transport. If
,e latter were engaged by the Navy
"elart ent applicant will be exempt
o. a inureI than half the family will
Charles Eric Ringrose pleaded that
John Joseph White, who was slip
The cases of Harold C. Williams and
Archibald J. Greig were adjourned to
see if the remaining brothers went into camp.
Ernest Albert Davis' case was ad-
jurned for further proof he was sole
George W Ringelholtz said two out of
four or sins were at the Front. Ad
Richard Fuge was granted exemption
Arthur M. Speedie pleaded exempull
John G Ryan claimed that he was
Gordon L Sharp, as sole support,
Fred. R. Clayton. No appearance.
Thu M aizr Product, Co. asked for ex-
emption for John Vincent King and
John Ed Scott, on the ground that.
Henry Scott Aiken claimed exentp
Fred. Pike Brown claimed he was
Stephen V Meagher failed to prove
John Stanley Murdoch claimed ex-
emption on medlical grounds. He was
Ed J. Edis proved conclusively that
Fred. Wm Muller claimed exemp
Edgar Turner, as sole support of a
Charles J. Meade, as only son, was
John R Maher. No appearance.
Henry Robert Phippin stated that he
had one brother killed in action and
another employed on a transport. If
the latter were engaged by the Navy
Department applicant will be exempted,
as more than half the family will
QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTRICT COURTS. DENILIQUIN, Thursday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 6 February 1903 [Issue No.20,253] page 8 2017-05-20 16:08 I At tho conclusion of tho criminal business Gustave
[Pollard's appeal against a pobce court conviction for
Ulrjunkeuuess was dismissed, with S guineas costs.
At the conclusion of the criminal business Gustave
Pollard's appeal against a police court conviction for
drunkenness was dismissed, with 5 guineas costs.
A MAIL STATION LEASE. REVIEWED BY THE LAND BOARD (Article), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Tuesday 24 May 1921 page 2 2017-05-20 15:19 special Ieases to provide for the
special leases to provide for the
A MAIL STATION LEASE. REVIEWED BY THE LAND BOARD (Article), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Tuesday 24 May 1921 page 2 2017-05-20 15:15 was more in the pubile interests, but
and. recommended that it should be
cancelled at the Expiration of the
was more in the pubic interests, but
and recommended that it should be
cancelled at the expiration of the
A MAIL STATION LEASE. REVIEWED BY THE LAND BOARD (Article), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Tuesday 24 May 1921 page 2 2017-05-20 14:57 period Was to last. He used a buggy
and pair; he did;not contract to carry
By the Board: He got Ihis winter
quin He preferred to have his own
period was to last. He used a buggy
and pair; he did not contract to carry
By the Board: He got this winters
quin. He preferred to have his own
A MAIL STATION LEASE. REVIEWED BY THE LAND BOARD (Article), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Tuesday 24 May 1921 page 2 2017-05-20 13:22 had been Held by Robertson and Wagner,
had been held by Robertson and Wagner,
A MAIL STATION LEASE. REVIEWED BY THE LAND BOARD (Article), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Tuesday 24 May 1921 page 2 2017-05-20 13:11 Simpson, for variation of the object of'
'grazing.' They also had before it a
lease had been complied with;
Mr Alexander appeared for the les
seesj and District Surveyoi Sloman for
John C. Smith produced hia applica
tion! for. variation of conditions. For
merly he and his partner had the con
-They lost the contract at the end of
they had been unable to strictly ob
had been Held by -Robertson arid Wag
the coridition be varied to grazing ; he
£9 10s. . ' .
iease;bf the P. W.E in the vicinity. Her
had ia Crown lease, 20 miles n.w from
.Hay, of 6200 acres, and the firm had a
f reehold bf 640 acres close to the town ;
of about, 300 acres at Booroorban. They,
used the subject lease when they had'
the mail contract. He thought a mail;,
Re-examined: Motor carriage had'
replaced- horses, except when the roads
miles was ai fair, stage for a horse mail
service. The PXW.P was open to the
' Gustav. W. P. Pollard, manager for
his Wife, who was the mail contractor,
1st January, 1920/ and had run the mail
winter timetable1 had been issued from
the Postal Department, with instruc
at Boree, where he had a leased pad
dock ; at Black Swamp, 18 miles fur
ther,- where he had an arrangement
had the P. W.P leased; and then , he
drove to Hay, 24 miles. From Para
had not made any attempt to sub-lease j
mentioned— 54 between Hay and Deni
lease should be. held by him to. enable I
horses last year. His contract pro
vided that Ihe should run a car ex
cept when._the, road was impassable
on three days since 7th April. The!
Department, instructed him to use
horses from 1st May; he did riot ap
ply for such permission. He toad no
By the Board: 'He got Ihis winter
inspector, and, verbally, at Denili
icould control the grass in the summer,
ait Booroorban. instead of Paradise^
He had- been told that there was no
Sixteen-mile GUms. It would isave
him £14 or £15, which he spent mon
dirive a pair in in flhe morning, and
in his opinion, it was not in the pub
Iheld to the exclusion of the mail con
By Mr. Alexander:' A motor service
was more in tbe pubile interests, but
there were occasions when- the mo
tors could not run to time . on the
Hay-Deniliquin , road. '
By the Board: Tjhere was no land
M[ungadal.
' The Board found and reported that
.purpose for. wfhich it was granted,
,|nd. recommended that, it should be
15^'en' .paid. . They considered that a
iwas 'diesirable, in the public interest,
aihM the mail Contractors should have
a-5O0tnmodatiJon paddocks on the mail
Y^ufes; : and ,fhis decision and their
||^f5us :;jdecision in respect to the
^gree mail'stage 'showed the desira
9-ility ,otifnserting 'a: condition in all
3#jscial- -Ieases: to provide for the
'^etf the holders ceased to be the
$aail contractors.
Simpson, for variation of the object of
"grazing." They also had before it a
lease had been complied with.
Mr Alexander appeared for the les-
sees and District Surveyor Sloman for
John C. Smith produced his applica-
tion for variation of conditions. For-
merly he and his partner had the con-
They lost the contract at the end of
they had been unable to strictly ob-
had been Held by Robertson and Wagner,
the condition be varied to grazing ; he
£9 10s.
lease of the P.W.P. in the vicinity. He
had a Crown lease, 20 miles n.w from
Hay, of 6200 acres, and the firm had a
freehold of 640 acres close to the town ;
of about 300 acres at Booroorban. They
used the subject lease when they had
the mail contract. He thought a mail
Re-examined: Motor carriage had
replaced horses, except when the roads
miles was a fair stage for a horse mail
service. The P.W.P. was open to the
Gustav. W. P. Pollard, manager for
his wife, who was the mail contractor,
1st January, 1920, and had run the mail
winter timetable had been issued from
the Postal Department, with instruct-
at Boree, where he had a leased pad-
dock ; at Black Swamp, 18 miles fur-
ther, where he had an arrangement
drove to Hay, 24 miles. From Para-
had not made any attempt to sub-lease
mentioned— 54 between Hay and Deni-
lease should be held by him to enable
horses last year. His contract pro-
vided that he should run a car ex-
cept when the road was impassable
on three days since 7th April. The
Department instructed him to use
horses from 1st May; he did not ap-
ply for such permission. He had no
By the Board: He got Ihis winter
inspector, and, verbally, at Denili-
could control the grass in the summer,
at Booroorban. instead of Paradise.
He had been told that there was no
Sixteen-mile Gums. It would save
him £14 or £15, which he spent mon-
drive a pair in in the morning, and
in his opinion, it was not in the pub-
held to the exclusion of the mail con-
By Mr. Alexander: A motor service
was more in the pubile interests, but
there were occasions when the mo-
tors could not run to time on the
Hay-Deniliquin road.
By the Board: There was no land
Mungadal.
The Board found and reported that
purpose for which it was granted,
and. recommended that it should be
been paid. They considered that a
was desirable, in the public interest,
that the mail Contractors should have
accommodation paddocks on the mail
routes, and this decision and their
previous decision in respect to the
Boree mail stage showed the desira-
bility of inserting a condition in all
special Ieases to provide for the
when the holders ceased to be the
mail contractors.

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