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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,725
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,974,474
4 annmanley 2,242,532
5 John.F.Hall 2,203,460
...
421 cricketman 83,390
422 Davekle 83,240
423 cloudwatcher 83,219
424 BillStrong 82,764
425 Gerberadaisy 82,696
426 Hugcar 82,156

82,764 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 654
May 2017 527
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 4,508,694
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,974,474
4 annmanley 2,242,462
5 John.F.Hall 2,203,455
...
418 cricketman 83,390
419 Davekle 83,224
420 cloudwatcher 83,046
421 BillStrong 82,764
422 Gerberadaisy 82,662
423 Hugcar 82,149

82,764 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 654
May 2017 527
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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TELEGRAMS. (Article), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Wednesday 21 January 1874 [Issue No.13] page 3 2017-06-24 13:26 Tiie Goulborn Ciicrcii Society.— The
in that inland, city, 011 12th inst., Dr. M.
chair. Tho meeting was constituted with
prayer— offered up by the Rev. T. A Puddi
combc. The annual report was then read by
the lion, secretary, Mr. C. S. Alexander. It
(ippoars that in the Anglican Diocese of
have been consecrated, eight cemeteries 'duly
ordained, and C new clergymen licensed. The
progress . or in contemplation : — Churches :
Albury, Bungonia- Bega, Billabung .Little,
Oootaimmdry, Currawang, Dixson's Swamp
(Woomargaina), Jingera,, Murrumburrali,
Moama, Molonglo, Mullenjandra, Nimity
belle, Tuniut, Tarcutta, Wagga Wagga, and
Burrowa, Dcniliquin, Gunning, Murruinbur
rah, and ?Wonfworth. Churches were also
waut'e'd at Binalong, Delegate, Eden, Eustoii,
Marulan, Moruyn, Mulloon, Moulamcin,
and/Hay. Resolutions wore proposed and
adopted expressive of gratification at tho
progress of Church work in the diocesc, aud
tkc iiieetiiig also'noticed with much approval
tho long episcopal tour of the diocesan. — S.
Man Seized by ' A Shark in Darling
Harbodr.— -A day or two ago a correspon
The Goulburn Church Society.— The
in that inland, city, on 12th inst., Dr. M.
chair. The meeting was constituted with
prayer— offered up by the Rev. T. A Puddi-
combe. The annual report was then read by
the hon, secretary, Mr. C. S. Alexander. It
appears that in the Anglican Diocese of
have been consecrated, eight cemeteries duly
ordained, and 6 new clergymen licensed. The
progress or in contemplation : — Churches :
Albury, Bungonia, Bega, Billabung Little,
Cootamundry, Currawang, Dixson's Swamp
(Woomargama), Jingera,, Murrumburrah,
Tumut, Tarcutta, Wagga Wagga, and
Burrowa, Deniliquin, Gunning, Murrumburrah
and Wentworth. Churches were also
wanted at Binalong, Delegate, Eden, Euston,
Marulan, Moruyn, Mulloon, Moulamein,
and Hay. Resolutions were proposed and
adopted expressive of gratification at the
progress of Church work in the diocesc, and
the meeting also noticed with much approval
the long episcopal tour of the diocesan. — S.
Man Seized by A Shark in Darling
Harbour. A day or two ago a correspon
Advertising (Advertising), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Wednesday 24 December 1873 [Issue No.9] page 3 2017-06-24 13:10 respectfully requests that ' all
will be paid, if correct, on presenta
Hay, Dec. 9,, 1873; 61-10
Hospital for ; tho term commencing
Thursday, 1st January to June 30tli, 1&7-1,
to be sent to the undersigiied, marked on the
oiitsido ' Tender for supplying Jlny . Hos
pital,' on or before Saturday, tho 27th De
'J To i bo supplied
Beef, best quality, per- lb. ^alter(iately astho
?Mutton, d6' '1 ' do.- ? / medical ofTicer
Castor Oil, nt per bottlo -
^Brandy, best pale,. per doz.
| Wine, per doz., Port and Sherry
jAle and Porter, at per doz.
jFlour, fine, at per bag
jTea, best black, at' per lb.
{Unbleached Calico for bandages
Eggs, per doz. Drugs
{Sugar, at per 11).- . {Tobacco
{Rice, nt per lb. -.Butter v *
{Arrowroot, do '.{Oatmeal, at per 1-lllv
Potatoes, at per cwt. ' Salt, , at per lb.
{Candles, at per lb. - ? {Cofi'ee, do do
Milk, per quart ' ? Soap, at per bar
Hops Vegetables :
{Gin, at per doz. 1 Draft Vinegar
Blue Blacklead'
iPepper, at per lb. Pearl Barley nt per lb.
Maizena, at per lb. {Sheets of Wadding
Mus'tard, .at per -lb.
Samples of the articles, marked { must be
All tho articles will be required to he' of
tho best quality, subject to the approval of
the committee, They will have to bo de
will bo sanctioned for which the contractor
cannot furnish vouchors 'cither from the com
mittee or tho medical oflicer.
''The' committee do not bind themselves to
accept the lowest or any tender. ,
Bv ordor of the committee, '
? flav, 20th Dccemher, 1873, . 67-^9
AT Till?
BEE HtyE STORE.
WL, SMITH begs to inform .
„ tlie P'ublic that he has
JUST RECEIVED ex ' Murrain-,
Of every description, Avhioh he is
; PRICES.
MONSTER PLU3I PUDDING !!
GREAT NOVELTIES ' FOR .
' CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
ON TIIE
At the BEE HIVE STORE Lach
lan Street, Iiay.
Mn. JOIIN COliniGAN. Wool C lasser -
and Scourer x begs to inform the Squatters ?
hqs commenced Business as above, and .is
prepared ta. scour and class any icoolthat may
be entrusted to him, at the LOWEST CVl't
RE2{T RA TES ,- also to class and purchase
Sheep on commission in any of the Colonics.
From his long and extensive experience in. the -
Business, he .ventures to assert that he will '?
get up. 'wool in an unsurpassable manner ;.' -.he.
is qlso prepared to purchase wool and sheep
skins for ? cash. Appended are the following
names of gentlemen ivho have given him testi
monials (fS to. (he efficient manner in irhich he
has got up - their , wool ; also a letter from
Murdp. Jajjraij, Esq.xofMossgicl. '
3Iossg(el, ord Dec., 1873. .
/ have much pleasure, iiji bearing, testimony
to the careful and efficient manner in ii'hich
Mr. John Corrigan has, sorted and scoured
744 ba,les of 'this.: season.. The work hat/ ?
been got thrQ?,igh y;ith despa tch, and I may say
that no unnecessary trouble has be^n given,
and the tvhole has bce%. completed to my entire :
satisfaction. - '
' - M-JAFFRAY,; . '
. . . Manager .,
To Mr. John Corrigan^ ?
Testimonials reoeived from '
Dill § Co., Melbourne .
-. Hastings, Cunningham fy Co., Melbourne, . .
R. Goldsbrougb -J;. Co., Melbourne.
John Sanders, Esq .j Brie Brie. V
Joseph M'Gaiv, Esq., B.uxrabogie. .
W. Lang, Esq., Wargam. -?
Godfrey -]? Chambers, Pevensij;
John Clark, EsqvI(erarbury-_
Wragge -J- Hearne, W'ardri/.
W. AT. Waller, Esq., Cuba.
I P. S. Curtain, Esq., Nyangay.
J. Dow, Esq., Toganmaiii.,
\ W. Synnot, Esq., CoivlCowl,;
? Chas. Everett, Brighton.
\ JOHN CO!! RIGA X.
WOOL . CLASSER ; AND SCOURER, ,
IT AY;
respectfully requests that all
will be paid, if correct, on presenta-
Hay, Dec. 9, 1873. 61-10
Hospital for the term commencing
Thursday, 1st January to June 30tli, 1874,
to be sent to the undersigned, marked on the
outside "Tender for supplying Hay Hos-
pital," on or before Saturday, the 27th De-

Beef, best quality, per lb. To be supplied alternately as the medical officer may direct.
Mutton, best quality, per lb.
Castor Oil, at per bottle
Brandy, best pale, per doz.
Wine, per doz., Port and Sherry
Ale and Porter, at per doz.
Flour, fine, at per bag
Tea, best black, at per lb.
Unbleached Calico for bandages
Eggs, per doz. | Drugs
Sugar, at per lb. | Tobacco
Rice, at per lb. | Butter
Arrowroot, do | Oatmeal, at per 14 lb
Potatoes, at per cwt. | Salt, , at per lb.
Candles, at per lb. | Coffee, do do
Milk, per quart | Soap, at per bar
Hops | Vegetables
Gin, at per doz. | Draft Vinegar
Blue | Blacklead
Pepper, at per lb. | Pearl Barley at per lb.
Maizena, at per lb. | Sheets of Wadding
Mustard, at per lb.
Samples of the articles, marked * must be
All the articles will be required to be of
the best quality, subject to the approval of
the committee, They will have to be de-
will be sanctioned for which the contractor
cannot furnish vouchors either from the com-
mittee or the medical oflicer.
The committee do not bind themselves to
accept the lowest or any tender.
Bv order of the committee,
Hay, 20th Dccemher, 1873. 67-9
AT THE
BEE HIVE STORE.
W L SMITH begs to inform .
the Public that he has
JUST RECEIVED ex "Murrumbidgee"
Of every description, which he is
PRICES.
MONSTER PLUM PUDDING !!
GREAT NOVELTIES FOR
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
ON THE
Street, Hay.
Mn. JOHN CORRIGAN. Wool Classer
and Scourer, begs to inform the Squatters
has commenced Business as above, and is
prepared to scour and class any wool that may
be entrusted to him, at the LOWEST CUR-
RENT RATES; also to class and purchase
Sheep on commission in any of the Colonies.
From his long and extensive experience in the
Business, he ventures to assert that he will
get up wool in an unsurpassable manner ; he
is also prepared to purchase wool and sheep
skins for cash. Appended are the following
names of gentlemen who have given him testi-
monials as to the efficient manner in which he
has got up their wool ; also a letter from
Murdo Jaffray, Esq. of Mossgiel.
Mossgiel, 3rd Dec., 1873.
I have much pleasure, in bearing, testimony
to the careful and efficient manner in which
Mr. John Corrigan has sorted and scoured
744 bales of wool this season. The work has
been got through with despatch, and I may say
that no unnecessary trouble has been given,
and the whole has been completed to my entire :
M. JAFFRAY,
To Mr. John Corrigan
Testimonials received from
Dill and Co., Melbourne .
Hastings, Cunningham & Co., Melbourne,
R. Goldsbrough & Co., Melbourne.
John Sanders, Esq . Brie Brie.
Joseph M'Gaw, Esq., Burrabogie.
W. Lang, Esq., Wargam.
Godfrey & Chambers, Pevensy.
John Clark, Esq., Kerarbury.
Wragge & Hearne, Wardry.
W. N. Waller, Esq., Cuba.
P. S. Curtain, Esq., Nyangay.
J. Dow, Esq., Toganmain,
W. Synnot, Esq., Cowl Cowl,
Chas. Everett, Brighton.
JOHN CORRIGAN.
WOOL CLASSER AND SCOURER,
HAY;
Advertising (Advertising), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Wednesday 24 December 1873 [Issue No.9] page 3 2017-06-24 12:38 1 LL. PERSONS FOUND TRESPAS
A SING, DRIVING STOCK, without
FENCES on the Cowl' Cowl and Goonbali
' ' WALTER SYNNOT,
^ FRESH ' ~
T1RUIT and OYSTERS- received fresh,
X throe times a week. ORDERS'from the
COUNTRY will' receive prompt attention by
: JOHN DOBSON,
? Hay Baces.
E BRANDON begs' to inform his friends
» njid tlie public generally , tliat he has
taken ]^p;.2 BOOTH' for the New Year's
Day Racing, and trusts to see' old - faces
rally round him. The DRINKS will be ' of
LUNCHEON, will bo provided. ? .
?Will leave the PUNT HOTEL at intervals
on the morning of-tlie races. ' 76-10
UNDER .tho immediate Patronage of
F. JOHNS. Esq., Mavor of Hayr
A G It AND CONCERT
Will take place in Mr. COX'S 'NEW
? Full Programme will appear in next Issue.
Tho whole will ho under the ? direction of
Mr. JOHN PIGO'T.
: Tickets to bo had nt Mr. Cox's Caledonian
Hotel, Messrs. Blewott & Co.'s, and Mr. G.
Esplin, TattersaU's Hotel; : 79-9 '
MEMBERS of this Club tiro, requested to
meet at 10 b'oloek a.m. (it the Punt
Hotel on FRIDAY,' Boxing Day, for tlio
purpose of arranging sides for a scratch match'
on that day. ?
77.-9 ' C. M. PAYIPSON, Hon Socv
(Late -of Mossgiel and Menimlie Slatioihs),.
; GENERAL COMMISSION
- - ' : AND . ' V
FftPAVAi!l)J.N(.i Mm. ; -
MESSRS JOHN GEORGE DOUGH AIITY & CO.,' Melbourne, for
Sales of Stock,- &c. ; ' .?
. ANDREW ROWAN, Esq., Mercliant, do,, do,, Station Supplies.
_ A Stock of wliicli will be ke])t on hand at Ilay.
KEBF THE PEACE.
-By us ft warning, take in this,
Ye scoffers and ve riiilers,
Or you'll bo bound to keep the peace ?
WE beg to iiifcirtn our friends that although
ij bound to, keep ilie peace, they will
aiid we will be happy to receive any orders
we may be favoured with, which will be faith
fully and punctually executed at loss tlipn
: GENERAL OUTFITTERS.
EUN IN from, the WILD . HORSES at'
TRIDA on the '8th inst —
Bay'mare, QLS sajldle, ^ rump, G3 thigh
near side. I
In order to give tho owners of the above
needless expense, thoy will be kept witty: the
THREE MONTHS, after which time, if )iot
claimed, they /:will be. IMPOUNDED,
Apply to Mn. James Keys, Brown's Dfun;
or, THOS. W.' BARNES,
63-9 :? Tiarri,
X 1. in Simpson Street. Apply to Mr.
n EVERAL CARPENTERS . WANTED.
U Apply 'to WITCOMBE' Bros., Builders,
Hay.- 22ii
MRS. M'DONALD begs to infonu the
inhabitants of Hay and surrounding Dis
Terms, ONE G U1NEA per quarter. .
A Liberal Allowance made where there nyo
Vacancy for two or: three Boarders. 33u
brewery to Messrs. Elliottand Lind
ALL PERSONS FOUND TRESPAS-
SING, DRIVING STOCK, without
FENCES on the Cowl Cowl and Goonbah
WALTER SYNNOT,
FRESH
FRUIT and OYSTERS received fresh,
three times a week. ORDERS from the
COUNTRY will receive prompt attention by
JOHN DOBSON,
Hay Races.
E BRANDON begs to inform his friends
and the public generally that he has
taken No.2 BOOTH for the New Year's
Day Racing, and trusts to see old faces
rally round him. The DRINKS will be of
LUNCHEON, will bo provided.
Will leave the PUNT HOTEL at intervals
on the morning of the races. 76-10
UNDER the immediate Patronage of
F. JOHNS. Esq., Mavor of Hay,
A GRAND CONCERT
Will take place in Mr. COX'S NEW
Full Programme will appear in next Issue.
The whole will be under the direction of
Mr. JOHN PIGOT.
Tickets to be had at Mr. Cox's Caledonian
Hotel, Messrs. Blewett & Co.'s, and Mr. G.
Esplin, Tattersall's Hotel. 79-9
MEMBERS of this Club are requested to
meet at 10 o'clock a.m. at the Punt
Hotel on FRIDAY, Boxing Day, for the
purpose of arranging sides for a scratch match
on that day.
77.-9 C. M. DAVIDSON, Hon Sec.
William Williams, (Late of Mossgiel and Menindie Stations),.
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
Forwarding Agent.
MESSRS JOHN GEORGE DOUGHARTY & CO.,' Melbourne, for
Sales of Stock,- &c.
ANDREW ROWAN, Esq., Merchant, do,, do,, Station Supplies.
_ A Stock of which will be kept on hand at Hay.
KEEP THE PEACE.
By as a warning, take in this,
Ye scoffers and ye railers,
Or you'll be bound to keep the peace
WE beg to inform our friends that although
bound to keep the peace, they will
and we will be happy to receive any orders
we may be favoured with, which will be faith-
fully and punctually executed at less than
GENERAL OUTFITTERS.
RUN IN from the WILD HORSES at
TRIDA on the 8th inst —
Bay mare, GLS saddle, ^ rump, G3 thigh
near side.
In order to give the owners of the above
needless expense, they will be kept with the
THREE MONTHS, after which time, if not
claimed, they will be IMPOUNDED,
Apply to Mr. James Keys, Brown's Dam;
or, THOS. W. BARNES,
63-9 Tiarri,
in Simpson Street. Apply to Mr.
SEVERAL CARPENTERS WANTED.
Apply to WITCOMBE Bros., Builders,
Hay. 22u
MRS. M'DONALD begs to inform the
inhabitants of Hay and surrounding Dis-
Terms, ONE GUINEA per quarter. .
A Liberal Allowance made where there are
Vacancy for two or three Boarders. 33u
brewery to Messrs. Elliott and Lindsay
Advertising (Advertising), The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954), Wednesday 24 December 1873 [Issue No.9] page 3 2017-06-24 12:08 ]\,fR. II. B WELSJI has received, ingtruc
ilJL tions to sell by '''auction, -on. SATUR
premises lately occupied by Mr. B. V. Blake,'
W VERY SUPERIOR AND QUITE
NEW LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FUR
NITURE, all purchased ' within the last
? four months, consisting of ? .
Y ,;':! IN SITTING-ROOM . . .
Horse-hair ' Couch, Piano in walnut by Erard,.
H 4 Cl.ieffonecrs, Tables, Fender and Fire
j irons, 8-day Clock, Pier Glass, Oil Cloth,
i Cane .Chairs, Carpets, Kerosene Lamps,
j Glassware,, &c.
| IN BEDROOMS'
Double and Single Iron -.Bedsteads, with
; bedding all complete, Toilet-Sets complete,
., three Chests of Drawers, three Couches,
-Chairs, Verandah Curtains, &cJ '
Meat Safe, Wire Dish Covers, lot .of Crockery,
Furniture, und the usual kitclicn requisites.
best-, description having been purchased for
: 71-9 ?
\ Tbe Treasury, New South Wales,
. \; 1st December, 1873. ;
[PAYMENT OF RENT OF RUNS.
reriiinded that by tho 26th clause of the
Regulations under the Crown Lands Occupa
tion Act of 1861, the rents cf all runa must
Persons tendering, payments will bo re
and name of run. ? ;
? A pamphlet having been published showing
tho rents payable on the various runs of. the
at tho Government Printing Office, at a
charge of Is. Gd. each. .
62-!) 7 GEO. A. LLOYD.
MR. SAMUEL WARD, late of Beech
worth and Wangnratta, (Publicity
medium) is prepared todo BELL-RINGING
md -? BILL-POSTING for Auctioneers,
:S. W. can lie relied upon to .'execute any
Business entrusted to him with . punctuality
und despatch. Address : 'PUNT HOTEL,'
. BERTI-IEAU & INGLIS,
Merchants and Storekeepers' Stocks In
;. teachers: .
III/. Mwray, Mrs. Murray, and Mrs. Ilinde.
Th Y;thp recent improvements on and around
ij) . ilie building, together with those to be
immediately effected on the ground, and tho
r-«-organfsation of this school, it affords pecu
liar advantages to pupils in Hay and the sur
The class rooms arc commodious, lofty, and
well ventilated, and the playground being ex
tensive will, with the improvements ? referred
to, afford every facility for - gymnastic aud
?There is ample accommodation for a limited
find sanitary arrangements are efficient, and
jFor the Day Pupils the curriculum of study
iif _ the Council's Standard of Proficiency,
ivliile Boarders may be specially prepared by
It itlio- Universities. Sewing, fancywork, &c.,
irq under the superintendence of Mrs. Mu'r
Public Schools Act, ' access is afforded to
dcrgymen arid religious teachers for the pur
]pse of communicating special religious in
struction,' but no pupil whose parents object
ii required to attend. .
1 The School will be reopened on Monday,
tiic 5th January, at 9.30 a.m. Copies of
tic prospectus, containing all information as
t- the course of studies, terms, references,
oc., will be forwarded on application.
jpened on Monday, the 12th January, when
/II who. intend to. avail themselves of its ail
/autages . are .respectfully requested to attend
jit. 7.30 p,m,
' and deliver THREE or FOUR' HUN
l . ' ELLIOTT & LINDSAY,
\ 75u. 1 Red Lion Brewery, Hay,
? O -j REWARD will be given' to whoever
ii will bring the BAY HORSE branded
BOW oyer 6 off shoulder ; WII over pot
hook hear shoulde, to
' - CHARLES COX,
74|i Caledonian Hotel, Hay.
mo PLOUGH AND SCO.OP 15,000 yards
JL l -of earth. PLOUGH and SCOOPS
tkeilatter finding their own plant.
70-u ' Cowl Cowl.
MR. H. B WELSH has received, instruct-
tions to sell by auction, on SATUR-
premises lately occupied by Mr. B. V. Blake,
A VERY SUPERIOR AND QUITE
NEW LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FUR-
NITURE, all purchased within the last
four months, consisting of
IN SITTING-ROOM
Horse-hair Couch, Piano in walnut by Erard,
4 Cheffoneers, Tables, Fender and Fire-
irons, 8-day Clock, Pier Glass, Oil Cloth,
Cane Chairs, Carpets, Kerosene Lamps,
Glassware, &c.
IN BEDROOMS
Double and Single Iron Bedsteads, with
bedding all complete, Toilet-Sets complete,
three Chests of Drawers, three Couches,
Chairs, Verandah Curtains, &c.
Meat Safe, Wire Dish Covers, lot of Crockery,
Furniture, and the usual kitchen requisites.
best description having been purchased for
The Treasury, New South Wales,
1st December, 1873.
PAYMENT OF RENT OF RUNS.
reminded that by the 26th clause of the
Regulations under the Crown Lands Occupa-
tion Act of 1861, the rents of all runs must
Persons tendering, payments will be re-
and name of run.
A pamphlet having been published showing
the rents payable on the various runs of the
at the Government Printing Office, at a
charge of 1s. 6d. each.
62-9 GEO. A. LLOYD.
MR. SAMUEL WARD, late of Beech-
worth and Wangaratta, (Publicity
medium) is prepared to do BELL-RINGING
and BILL-POSTING for Auctioneers,
S. W. can lie relied upon to execute any
Business entrusted to him with punctuality
and despatch. Address : 'PUNT HOTEL,'
BERTHEAU & INGLIS,
Merchants and Storekeepers' Stocks In-
Teachers: .
Hy. Murray, Mrs. Murray, and Mrs. Hinde.
By the recent improvements on and around
the building, together with those to be
immediately effected on the ground, and the
re-organisation of this school, it affords pecu-
liar advantages to pupils in Hay and the sur-
The class rooms are commodious, lofty, and
well ventilated, and the playground being ex-
tensive will, with the improvements referred
to, afford every facility for gymnastic and
There is ample accommodation for a limited
and sanitary arrangements are efficient, and
For the Day Pupils the curriculum of study
of the Council's Standard of Proficiency,
while Boarders may be specially prepared by
at the Universities. Sewing, fancywork, &c.,
are under the superintendence of Mrs. Murray
Public Schools Act, "access is afforded to
clergymen and religious teachers for the pur-
pose of communicating special religious in-
struction," but no pupil whose parents object
is required to attend.
The School will be reopened on Monday,
the 5th January, at 9.30 a.m. Copies of
the prospectus, containing all information as
to the course of studies, terms, references,
&c., will be forwarded on application.
opened on Monday, the 12th January, when
aII who intend to avail themselves of its ad-
vautages are respectfully requested to attend
at. 7.30 p.m.
and deliver THREE or FOUR HUN-
ELLIOTT & LINDSAY,
75u. 1 Red Lion Brewery, Hay,
£1 REWARD will be given to whoever
will bring the BAY HORSE branded
DOW oyer 6 off shoulder ; WH over pot-
hook hear shoulder, to
CHARLES COX,
74u Caledonian Hotel, Hay.
To PLOUGH AND SCOOP 15,000 yards
of earth. PLOUGH and SCOOPS
the latter finding their own plant.
70-u Cowl Cowl.
Advertising (Advertising), The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), Tuesday 10 March 1936 [Issue No.7946] page 2 2017-06-21 12:20 "? ;aDa- Marley Tailored 21/ valte2 5 ' -i
"Da Marley" Tailored Fashion Shirts
Mrs. H. MARLEY DIES AT 48 (Article), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Tuesday 18 August 1953 page 18 2017-06-21 12:17 IDIES AT.48
r(THE death has occurred
Morley Ada Marley, 48;
wife - of Mr. H. -W. H.
Hawthorne, ' manager of
the Brisbane; and South
a sister of, .Graham ; Cook,
Rugby , Union footballer
in . international matches
A- qualified sister, she
Hospital, where she be
came a senior sister oh
and is survived by... her
DIES AT 48
THE death has occurred
Morley Ada Marley, 48,
wife of Mr. H. W. H.
Hawthorne, manager of
the Brisbane and South
a sister of Graham Cook,
Rugby Union footballer
in international matches
A qualified sister, she
Hospital, where she be-
came a senior sister on
and is survived by her
CRIMINAL COURT Manslaughter Charge HOBART, Wednesday. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Thursday 6 September 1928 [Issue No.212] page 4 2017-06-21 11:57 IOBAPT, Wednesday.
Before the Chief Justice (Sir ler.
to-day, Charles Bruce Chesternain asrt
Villiam Thomas Roach was charged
1919 at Hobart he married Ada .Marley
and lived with her for ablout three
signing an agreement not to claim any.
tile for maintenance. Itn 1927 tit
accused went through the form of mar.
rlago with Mary Eliza Bowering at
together. and Bowerilne said that she
'nund' out that the accused was mar.
He was found guilty and ordered'It
Iome up for sentence when called upott
THEPP OF METAL
Trevor Tasman Langford and Leslit
HOBART, Wednesday.
Before the Chief Justice (Sir Herbert
to-day, Charles Bruce Chesternain was
William Thomas Roach was charged
1919 at Hobart he married Ada Marley
and lived with her for about three
signing an agreement not to claim anything
for maintenance. In 1927 the
accused went through the form of mar-
riage with Mary Eliza Bowering at
together, and Bowering said that she
found out that the accused was married,
He was found guilty and ordered to
come up for sentence when called upon.
THEFT OF METAL
Trevor Tasman Langford and Leslie
THE Werribee Shire Banner. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1922 (Article), Werribee Shire Banner (Vic. : 1911 - 1952), Thursday 24 August 1922 [Issue No.971] page 2 2017-06-19 23:04 proceeds of the "Back to Werri
bee" carnival-in erecting.a com
Chirnside Park, was again dis
cussed at ameeting 'of the Wer
ribee .Progress Association on
Monday evening,, when a couple
of plans sent on 'by the council
were. perused and their various
features discussed.. Either plan,
if accepted; 'would.be a splendid
addition to the park providing, as
they do facilities'- for dressing
provision for ?the baind and seat
people. ' The design with which
present were.iinpreased was one
portibn, which is placed about
with the council and the de
proceeds of the "Back to Werri-
bee" carnival-in erecting a com-
Chirnside Park, was again dis-
cussed at a meeting of the Wer-
ribee Progress Association on
Monday evening, when a couple
of plans sent on by the council
were perused and their various
features discussed. Either plan,
if accepted, would.be a splendid
addition to the park providing as
they do facilities for dressing
provision for the band and seat-
people. The design with which
present were impressed was one
portin, which is placed about
with the council and the de-
The Teams (Article), Werribee Shire Banner (Vic. : 1911 - 1952), Thursday 3 July 1947 [Issue No.2240] page 6 2017-06-19 19:12 Poole, T. Powcr, J. Goates. Centres
Poole, T. Power, J. Goates. Centres
OUR NEW GRANDSTAND TO THE EDITOR. (Article), Werribee Shire Banner (Vic. : 1911 - 1952), Thursday 16 August 1923 [Issue No.1021] page 3 2017-06-19 19:10 to erect a grandstand in Chirnulde Park
to erect a grandstand in Chirnside Park

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