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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,408,346
2 NeilHamilton 3,044,828
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,116
4 annmanley 2,235,369
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,257
6 maurielyn 1,646,792
7 DonnaTelfer 1,627,976
8 C.Scheikowski 1,558,881
9 culroym 1,556,358
10 Rhonda.M 1,551,252

1,558,881 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 14,574
March 2017 14,250
February 2017 24,380
January 2017 34,104
December 2016 21,018
November 2016 29,441
October 2016 25,716
September 2016 23,399
August 2016 11,894
July 2016 9,838
June 2016 8,411
May 2016 16,410
April 2016 1,350
March 2016 16,421
February 2016 13,910
January 2016 15,311
December 2015 18,886
November 2015 16,485
October 2015 18,241
September 2015 14,274
August 2015 9,246
July 2015 10,331
June 2015 3,209
May 2015 12,640
April 2015 14,641
March 2015 17,643
February 2015 18,893
January 2015 20,161
December 2014 20,654
November 2014 22,198
October 2014 17,585
September 2014 19,845
August 2014 15,602
July 2014 9,044
June 2014 4,107
May 2014 23,504
April 2014 14,644
March 2014 20,471
February 2014 6,489
January 2014 13,523
December 2013 25,729
November 2013 24,668
October 2013 28,771
September 2013 22,530
August 2013 22,264
July 2013 21,533
June 2013 28,466
May 2013 41,348
April 2013 38,834
March 2013 29,197
February 2013 28,150
January 2013 28,326
December 2012 6,724
November 2012 2,970
October 2012 30,771
September 2012 37,389
August 2012 28,997
July 2012 21,656
June 2012 24,665
May 2012 21,518
April 2012 18,313
March 2012 21,569
February 2012 32,238
January 2012 23,475
December 2011 22,461
November 2011 20,641
October 2011 16,158
September 2011 21,283
August 2011 17,697
July 2011 18,159
June 2011 16,535
May 2011 18,569
April 2011 14,181
March 2011 9,694
February 2011 8,018
January 2011 12,812
December 2010 4,995
November 2010 3,918
October 2010 9,012
September 2010 8,008
August 2010 6,868
July 2010 14,124
June 2010 8,607
May 2010 12,044
April 2010 7,286
March 2010 10,840
February 2010 9,464
January 2010 1,119
November 2009 48
October 2009 141
August 2009 277
July 2009 859
June 2009 1,686
May 2009 6,405
April 2009 4,128

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,408,315
2 NeilHamilton 3,044,828
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,116
4 annmanley 2,235,299
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,252
6 maurielyn 1,646,792
7 DonnaTelfer 1,627,974
8 C.Scheikowski 1,558,638
9 culroym 1,556,281
10 Rhonda.M 1,551,239

1,558,638 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 14,574
March 2017 14,237
February 2017 24,377
January 2017 33,894
December 2016 21,008
November 2016 29,441
October 2016 25,716
September 2016 23,399
August 2016 11,894
July 2016 9,838
June 2016 8,404
May 2016 16,410
April 2016 1,350
March 2016 16,421
February 2016 13,910
January 2016 15,311
December 2015 18,886
November 2015 16,485
October 2015 18,241
September 2015 14,274
August 2015 9,246
July 2015 10,331
June 2015 3,209
May 2015 12,640
April 2015 14,641
March 2015 17,643
February 2015 18,893
January 2015 20,161
December 2014 20,654
November 2014 22,198
October 2014 17,585
September 2014 19,845
August 2014 15,602
July 2014 9,044
June 2014 4,107
May 2014 23,504
April 2014 14,644
March 2014 20,471
February 2014 6,489
January 2014 13,523
December 2013 25,729
November 2013 24,668
October 2013 28,771
September 2013 22,530
August 2013 22,264
July 2013 21,533
June 2013 28,466
May 2013 41,348
April 2013 38,834
March 2013 29,197
February 2013 28,150
January 2013 28,326
December 2012 6,724
November 2012 2,970
October 2012 30,771
September 2012 37,389
August 2012 28,997
July 2012 21,656
June 2012 24,665
May 2012 21,518
April 2012 18,313
March 2012 21,569
February 2012 32,238
January 2012 23,475
December 2011 22,461
November 2011 20,641
October 2011 16,158
September 2011 21,283
August 2011 17,697
July 2011 18,159
June 2011 16,535
May 2011 18,569
April 2011 14,181
March 2011 9,694
February 2011 8,018
January 2011 12,812
December 2010 4,995
November 2010 3,918
October 2010 9,012
September 2010 8,008
August 2010 6,868
July 2010 14,124
June 2010 8,607
May 2010 12,044
April 2010 7,286
March 2010 10,840
February 2010 9,464
January 2010 1,119
November 2009 48
October 2009 141
August 2009 277
July 2009 859
June 2009 1,686
May 2009 6,405
April 2009 4,128

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,019
2 jaybee67 66,519
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,564
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
77 Antinova 273
78 toddy11 273
79 Jann.Gallen 259
80 C.Scheikowski 243
81 B.P.Quirk 241
82 wattlesong 228

243 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 13
February 2017 3
January 2017 210
December 2016 10
June 2016 7


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 6 July 1950 [Issue No.4246] page 14 2017-04-24 01:34 EVANS.— At Qramc Trlvate Honpltal
and Mrs. O. 8. Fredln, Woodlord-i
H. Hart, of Gretham Street. East Bns
JONES.— At Women's Intermediate Hos
Dawn). (Caesawan.) Thanking Dr. ant
JOWITT.— At Boothvllle, Windsor. 4lr
announced of Valma Mora, only Da'jgh
:t of Mrs. M. Carew,- 4«2 St. Paul'
RYAN— CORBETT.— The encacement 1
paroo, and the late Mrs. Monica Cor
SIMS— BUGLER.— The engagement is an
nounced of Mary Veronica, eldest Daugh
THRELFALL— STEWART.— The engage
ment Is Announced of MflrffBrft, yomiBf i
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Stewarl
Ycergongpllly, to John, only Son of Mr
' DEATHS
BOETHWICK. Ethel M.— On July 4th, al
Quilple Hospital, after a short Illness
BOWEN, Stanley Fltzroy.— Fourth Son ol
and the late Mrs. M. O. Boxen, of Ips
ALTHOUS (nee Harvey).— In loving mem
CARSELDINE.-In loving memory ol
John Carseldine, who passed away JuU
6Ul. 1848.
EVANS.— At Qramc Trlvate Hospital
and Mrs. O. 8. Fredln, Woodlord-a
H. Hart, of Gretham Street. East Bris-
JONES.— At Women's Intermediate Hos-
Dawn). (Caesawan.) Thanking Dr. and
JOWITT.— At Boothvllle, Windsor. 4th
CAREW— CAREW.—The engagement is
announced of Valma Mora, only Daugh-
ter of Mrs. M. Carew, 4«2 St. Paul'
RYAN— CORBETT.—The encacement is
paroo, and the late Mrs. Monica Cor-
SIMS— BUGLER.— The engagement is an-
nounced of Mary Veronica, eldest Daugh-
THRELFALL— STEWART.— The engage-
ment Is Announced of MflrffBrft, younger
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Stewart,
Ycergongpllly, to John, only Son of Mr.
DEATHS
BOETHWICK. Ethel M.— On July 4th, at
Quilple Hospital, after a short illness
BOWEN, Stanley Fltzroy.— Fourth Son of
and the late Mrs. M. O. Boxen, of Ips-
ALTHOUS (nee Harvey).— In loving mem-
CARSELDINE.-In loving memory of
Father-in-law, and Grandfather. David
John Carseldine, who passed away July
6th. 1948.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 29 May 1947 [Issue No.3279] page 12 2017-04-24 01:21 pital, Brisbane, on 27th May. to Mr. and
GORDON — In loving memory of our
pital, Brisbane, on 27th May, to Mr. and
GORDON.—In loving memory of our
Inserted by Molly, Jim, Brian, Colin,
Family Notices (Family Notices), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Thursday 7 July 1949 page 6 2017-04-24 01:08 : Births, fVlarrsages and -Deaths :
NOTICES OF ENOAOEMENTS. MARRIAGES. BIRTHS. DEATHS. I j
BEREAVEMENT. IN MEMORIAM ROLL OF HONOUR & RETURN I
THANKS: Minimum «/ per notice, no to fix lines, then. 1/ pet line, >
' ENGAGEMENT & MARRIAGE NOTICES must be signed by both con- >
tracting parties and witnessed by responsible persons. BIRTH NOTICES I !
i ' must be 6i«ned by o Parent. Matron or responsible person, t
BADDIt.EY — The Relatives At Friends
- ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director.
BOOGAH, late Mapleton. North
McFarlane <Toowoombu). Mr. tz
nsson (Casllemaine. Vic.'. Mr. tz Mrs.
E. Smith (New Farm). A- Mr. & Mrs.
law & Uncle. Cyril Aubury McFar
MOONEY, Mrs. (Jludys M.- The Re
Mary Mooncy. of Duncan St.. Val
ley. are invited to attend her Funeral,
to leave the Funerul Chanel. Wick
ham St., Valley. To-morrow iFriduy)
Brisbane Cemetery. -K. M. SMITH.
SDLEIIAN, Mr. David. Kallanuur,
& Mrs. F. Sheehnn 'Woody Point).
death of their beloved Brother. Bro
Wickham St.. To-morrow < Friday i
TODD, Mrs. (trace. No. 10 Villiers
Street. New Farm. — The Relatives &
Street. Tomorrow ' Friday i. at 11
Mother, Mother-in-law A Grand
Afternoon, after service commenc
ing at 3.45 o'clock for the Crema
no flowers.- -CANNON <fc . CRIPPS.
W'ERRY.-— Relatives A Friends of
Mrs. Isabel Werry. ol Brookes Street.
Bowen Hills, are invited -to attend
t Rt 3 o'clock To-aiorrow
(f rlday) Altcrnoon, for the Ipswich
Births, Marrsages and -Deaths :
NOTICES OF ENOAOEMENTS. MARRIAGES. BIRTHS. DEATHS.
BEREAVEMENT. IN MEMORIAM ROLL OF HONOUR & RETURN
THANKS: Minimum «/ per notice, no to fix lines, then. 1/ pet line,
ENGAGEMENT & MARRIAGE NOTICES must be signed by both con-
tracting parties and witnessed by responsible persons. BIRTH NOTICES
imust be 6i«ned by o Parent. Matron or responsible person.
BADDILEY — The Relatives At Friends
ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director.
BOOGAH, late Mapleton, North
McFarlane (Toowoomba). Mr. tz
nsson (Casllemaine. Vic., Mr. tz Mrs.
E. Smith (New Farm), A- Mr. & Mrs.
law & Uncle. Cyril Aubury McFar-
MOONEY, Mrs.Gladys M.—The Re-
Mary Mooncy. of Duncan St.. Val-
ley, are invited to attend her Funeral,
to leave the Funeral Chanel, Wick-
ham St., Valley, To-morrow (Friday)
Brisbane Cemetery. K. M. SMITH.
SHEEHAN, Mr. David. Kallanuur,
& Mrs. F. Sheehnn (Woody Point).
death of their beloved Brother, Bro-
Wickham St.. To-morrow (Friday)
TODD, Mrs. Grace. No. 10 Villiers
Street, New Farm. — The Relatives &
Street. Tomorrow ( Friday), at 11
Mother, Mother-in-law & Grand-
Afternoon, after service commenc-
ing at 3.45 o'clock for the Crema-
no flowers. CANNON & CRIPPS.
W'ERRY.-— Relatives & Friends of
Mrs. Isabel Werry, of Brookes Street,
Bowen Hills, are invited to attend
t Rt 3 o'clock To-morrow
(Friday) Altcrnoon, for the Ipswich
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 22 December 1949 [Issue No.4079] page 14 2017-04-24 00:56 BIRTH* ?
SOth December, to Allen and Lilly mee ''.
Ho-pital on December 20th. to Joan and
CURRY.— At Ihe Brisbane Women's ?,
Jlospltal, 15th December, to Dorothy (nee
A. E. Ray. Prospect Street. Wynnum
DABELSTEIN.— At Women's liucrmeril- b
ate on December 20th, to Ray and
DIXON.— At Women's Intermediate on 3
3(!:h December, lo Mr. and Mrs. R.
DUCE.-On 15lh Dec., at 81. Clalr. K. A
GOODWIN—At Women's Intermediate
Ralph). Both veil. Sib. 407.. n
Ann 1. A Sister for Peter.
McCONACHY ? At Women's Intermedl- 'J
at* on 20th Dec, to Pat and Pam (nee
Margetts). Allen St.. Hamilton — » .
McGREGOR.— At Berlida Private Hos
Kangaroo Point— a Son (David Alexan
en December 1 8th. to Keith and Joan 1
SILK.— At Women's Intermediate oti !'
(nee Mousley. of Anglesea Victoria). -
WILLIAMS.— On December 20th. at jj
BROCKEL— WIELAND. — The engage- 0
and the late H. P. Wieland. of Cam
Brockel. fourth Son of Mrs. E. Gun
DAWSON— ROBERTSON.— The engage
Oswald, eldest Son of Mr. O. C. Daw
MacKENZIE— McGRATH.— The engage- ,
menl Is announced «, of Shirley, elder
MARSHALL— POPHAM.. — The engage-
Popham of Townsville to Jack William,
SHOO— NEWTON.— The engagement Is
announced or Gloria May. eldest Daugh
BIRTHS
SOth December, to Allen and Lilly (nee
Hospital on December 20th. to Joan and
Hospltal, 15th December, to Dorothy (nee
A. E. Ray. Prospect Street, Wynnum
DABELSTEIN.— At Women's Intermedi-
ate, on December 20th, to Ray and
20th December, lo Mr. and Mrs. R.
DUCE.—On 15lh Dec., at 81. Clalr. K. A
GOODWIN.—At Women's Intermediate
Ralph). Both well. 8lb. 4oz.
Ann). A Sister for Peter.
McCONACHY ? At Women's Intermedi-
ate on 20th Dec, to Pat and Pam (nee
Margetts). Allen St.. Hamilton —a
McGREGOR.— At Berlida Private Hos-
Kangaroo Point— a Son (David Alexan-
en December 1 8th. to Keith and Joan
SILK.— At Women's Intermediate on
(nee Mousley, of Anglesea Victoria),
WILLIAMS.— On December 20th, at
BROCKEL— WIELAND. — The engage-
and the late H. P. Wieland. of Cam-
Brockel. fourth Son of Mrs. E. Gun-
DAWSON— ROBERTSON.— The engage-
Oswald, eldest Son of Mr. O. C. Daw-
MacKENZIE— McGRATH.— The engage-
menl Is announced of Shirley, elder
Popham, of Townsville, to Jack William,
SHOO— NEWTON.— The engagement is
announced or Gloria May, eldest Daugh-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Friday 1 August 1941 [Issue No.2468] page 10 2017-04-24 00:46 NOTICE OF ENGAGEMENTS. MAR-
RIAGES BIRTHS, DEATHS. BEREAVE- '
.. Minimum 5/ per notice.
~ BIRTHS
Bliss), of Thangool - a Daughter (Kay Marie).
HYLAND.— At Fcrmoy Hospital, on July 31, !
to Blllo (neo Knlehti, wife of J. G. Hyland, I
Bt. Lucia, a son. Samuel John Eric. ?
HARVEY— MOORE— The encasement Is an
Mr. and Mrs. R. Moore, of Kirklnnd Avenue.
FODEN. — On Monday, May 19th, 1041, at 9
Foden Si Company, 12A Flnsbury Square, Lon
MOONEY, Francis Joseph - Killed in action
Mother of Mrs. J. J. Phelan. Mrs. E. J. Gorm
K. M. SMITH. Funeral Director.
Mrs. W. M. Robertson, ''Glcncoe,' Roma. —
Killed In an accident, Warwickshire, England,
TURNER.— On 25th July. 1941. at a Hobart
Private Hospital, Archibald Ernest Cowlishaw.
WAINE. — On 26th July, at Roscmoilnt
Waine, A.I.F., late of Dalby. aged 33 years.
Windsor, Kevin, only Son of Howard iPatl
and Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wright.'
NOTICE OF ENGAGEMENTS, MAR-
RIAGES BIRTHS, DEATHS, BEREAVE-
Minimum 5/ per notice.
BIRTHS
CULLEN.—At Biloela Hospital, on July 15th,
Bliss), of Thangool—a Daughter (Kay Marie).
HYLAND.— At Fermoy Hospital, on July 31,
St. Lucia, a son, Samuel John Eric.
HARVEY— MOORE.—The engagement Is an
Mr. and Mrs. R. Moore, of Kirkland Avenue,
FODEN. — On Monday, May 19th, 1941, at 9
Foden & Company, 12A Flnsbury Square, Lon-
MOONEY, Francis Joseph.—Killed in action
Mother of Mrs. J. J. Phelan. Mrs. E. J. Gorm-
K. M. SMITH, Funeral Director.
Mrs. W. M. Robertson, ''Glencoe," Roma. —
Killed in an accident, Warwickshire, England,
TURNER.— On 25th July, 1941, at a Hobart
Private Hospital, Archibald Ernest Cowlishaw,
WAINE.—On 26th July, at Rosemount
Waine, A.I.F., late of Dalby, aged 33 years.
Windsor, Kevin, only Son of Howard (Pat)
and Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wright.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 22 September 1941 [Issue No.2512] page 10 2017-04-24 00:38 above Court are invited to attend thi
Funeral of their deceased Brother. Kevir
Langc. to leave the Funeral Parlour, oi
George Dowdcn Ply.. Ltd.. Stanley Street
the Bulimba Cemetery.— A. E. Venamorc
above Court are invited to attend the
Funeral of their deceased Brother. Kevin
Langc. to leave the Funeral Parlour, of
George Dowden Pty., Ltd., Stanley Street,
the Bulimba Cemetery.— A. E. Venamore,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 22 September 1941 [Issue No.2512] page 10 2017-04-24 00:38 NOTICES OF ENGAGEMENTS. MAR
RIAGES. BIRTHS, DEATHS. BEREAVE
MENT NOTICES. IN MEMORIAM.. ROLL
OP HONOUR, AND RETURN THANKS
Minimum 5/ ncr notlcr.
Up to n lines, then Til. per line.
ENGAGEMENT NOTICES must be slimed
by both contracting parties mid witnessed
by a clergyman. J.P., or some responsible
responsible- person, before they enn be
Inserted.
EDEN ? At Macdonald Private Hospital, on
Coonan St., Indooroopi'.ly — a Daughter.
(nee Mackayi, Wife ot Warrant-officer V.
Gordon. A.I.P. Abroad— a Daughter istillborni.
G. G. Greaves, Currumbln— a Son.
Lieut. Basil Ransomc, 2/26th Battn., A.I.F.,
GODFREY'— ANSEI.L. — The engagement Is
announced of Gladys Mary, only Dauchter of
NEW — BALL. — The enRRKcment is announced
Sixth Avenue. Windsor, to Wcnsley, eldest
PIKTERS — rKARDON.— Miss Mavis Peardon,
Kedron Park Road, Wooloowin. whose engage
T. D. Pieters, Is announced.
POSTLE— HURGESS.— The engagement Is an
nounced of Ruby May. fifth DaitRhter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Burgess, of Ellcsmere,
KinEaroy, to Neville Francis, eldest Son of
REYNOLDS— FARRINGTON. — The cngiige
Reynolds, of Bowcn.
BRIGIIAM, Alice Jane— To the memory of my
Niece and Cousin, Annie. 22/9/37.
EULER ? In loving memory of Bernhardt
'Always Remembered.'
Inserted by his loving Son & Daughterin
law. Fred & Sue.
HALLi Anna Katherinft. — Loving remembrance.
IIANDLEY. — In loving memory of my dear
Son and our Brother (John Wilson i, who
passed away on 22)id September. 1939.
For none arc dead — all live, all love'.
MARLOW ? in loving memory of my dear Son
22nd, 1938. , . .
'Thy will be done
Mother. Maria W. A. Marks, who departed
this life September 22. 1939.
? Its sweetness will linger for ever,
PARR-SMITH.— In sincere and loving mem
ory of my darling Mother, Francis Parr
J often sit and think of yon. Mother darling.
And If I had all the world to Rive, I'd gladly
PARR-SSIITII.— In sad and loving memory of
our darling Grandma, who passed away Sep
tember 22nd. 1840.
will come and go. ?
Div., SignnLcr Squadron, 1st A.I.F., who
MRS. S. A. GIVEN & FAMILY, of Fair
wealth Public Service, Navigation & Light
snd bereavement Please accept this as our
Street, Kedron, desires to THANK all Rela
sympathy nnd floral tributes received In
ADAM — The Cremation Service for the late
LTD. Funeral Directors.
Mr, and Mrs. H. R. Poon, Mrs. B. D. Tucker
beloved Mother. Mother-in-law, and Grand
mother, Mrs. Eva Akred, to leave her resi
IMondayi Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for the
and Friends of Mr. W. H. Black are respect
Annie Black. The Funeral will leave the Par
lour. 400 Wickham Street. This i Monday I,
at 4.40 p.m.. for MobkIU Cemetery, arriving
5.25. B4773— METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SER
BOVLE.— The Funeral of the late Vera
Funeral Parlour. 515 Stanley Street, South
Street, City, To-morrow (Tuesdayi Morning,
EXI.EY.— The Funeral of the late Mrs. Eliza
beth Exley, of Northam Avenue, Bardon
Vulturo Street, South Brisbane, for the
Crematorium, Mt. Thompson, after servlct
commencing This iMondayi Afternoon, al
2.15 o'clock. By reauest, no flowers. CAN
NON & CRIPPS LTD.. Funeral Directors
Friends of Einest Henry Hewitt, of Burke
(Monday) Afternoon, at 3.45 o'clock, to Lut
Lance, of Railway Parade, Norman Park,
Mrs. Lance, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Corrie,
Norman Avenue, arc invited to attend the
and Son-in-law, Kevin Langc, to leave oui
Funeral Parlour, 515 Stanley Street. South
Brisbane. This I Mondavi Afternoon, at 3 3(
DOWDEN PTY., LTD., Funeral Directors
? LANGE.— Court. South Brisbane Hope, No
6534. A.O.F.— Officers and Members of th-
NOTICES OF ENGAGEMENTS, MAR-
RIAGES, BIRTHS, DEATHS, BEREAVE-
MENT NOTICES, IN MEMORIAM, ROLL
OF HONOUR, AND RETURN THANKS
Minimum 5/ per notice.
Up to 6 lines, then 7d. per line.
ENGAGEMENT NOTICES must be signed
by both contracting parties and witnessed
by a clergyman, J.P., or some responsible
responsible person, before they can be
inserted.
EDEN.—At Macdonald Private Hospital, on
Coonan St., Indooroopilly — a Daughter.
(nee Mackay), Wife of Warrant-officer V.
Gordon, A.I.F. Abroad— a Daughter (stillborn).
G. G. Greaves, Currumbin— a Son.
Lieut. Basil Ransome, 2/26th Battn., A.I.F.,
GODFREY— ANSELL. — The engagement Is
announced of Gladys Mary, only Daughter of
NEW — BALL.—The engagement is announced
Sixth Avenue, Windsor, to Wensley, eldest
PIETERS —PEARDON.— Miss Mavis Peardon,
Kedron Park Road, Wooloowin, whose engage-
T. D. Pieters, is announced.
POSTLE— BURGESS.—The engagement Is an-
nounced of Ruby May, fifth Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Burgess, of Ellesmere,
Kingaroy, to Neville Francis, eldest Son of
REYNOLDS— FARRINGTON.—The engiige
Reynolds, of Bowen.
BRIGHAM, Alice Jane.—To the memory of my
Niece and Cousin, Annie, 22/9/37.
EULER.—In loving memory of Bernhardt
"Always Remembered."
Inserted by his loving Son & Daughter-in-
law, Fred & Sue.
HALL, Anna Katherine. — Loving remembrance.
HANDLEY. — In loving memory of my dear
Son and our Brother (John Wilson), who
passed away on 22nd September, 1939.
For none are dead — all live, all love:
MARLOW.—In loving memory of my dear Son
"Thy will be done."
Mother, Maria W. A. Marks, who departed
this life September 22, 1939.
Its sweetness will linger for ever,
PARR-SMITH.— In sincere and loving mem-
ory of my darling Mother, Francis Parr-
I often sit and think of you, Mother darling.
And If I had all the world to give, I'd gladly
PARR-SMITH.— In sad and loving memory of
our darling Grandma, who passed away Sep-
tember 22nd, 1940.
will come and go.
Div., Signaler Squadron, 1st A.I.F., who
MRS. S. A. GIVEN & FAMILY, of Fair-
wealth Public Service, Navigation & Light-
sad bereavement Please accept this as our
Street, Kedron, desires to THANK all Rela-
sympathy nnd floral tributes received in
ADA.—The Cremation Service for the late
LTD., Funeral Directors.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Poon, Mrs. B. D. Tucker
beloved Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grand-
mother, Mrs. Eva Akred, to leave her resi-
(Monday) Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for the
and Friends of Mr. W. H. Black are respect-
Annie Black. The Funeral will leave the Par-
lour, 400 Wickham Street, This (Monday),
at 4.40 p.m., for Moggill Cemetery, arriving
5.25. B4773— METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SER-
BOYLE.—The Funeral of the late Vera
Funeral Parlour, 515 Stanley Street, South
Street, City, To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning,
EXLEY.—The Funeral of the late Mrs. Eliza-
beth Exley, of Northam Avenue, Bardon,
Vulture Street, South Brisbane, for the
Crematorium, Mt. Thompson, after service
commencing This (Monday) Afternoon, at
2.15 o'clock. By reauest, no flowers. CAN-
NON & CRIPPS LTD., Funeral Directors.
Friends of Ernest Henry Hewitt, of Burke
(Monday) Afternoon, at 3.45 o'clock, to Lut-
LANGE.—Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Myrtle
Lange, of Railway Parade, Norman Park,
Mrs. Lange, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Corrie,
Norman Avenue, are invited to attend the
and Son-in-law, Kevin Lange, to leave our
Funeral Parlour, 515 Stanley Street, South
Brisbane. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 3.30
DOWDEN PTY., LTD., Funeral Directors.
LANGE.— Court, South Brisbane Hope, No.
6534. A.O.F.— Officers and Members of the
Advertising (Advertising), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Wednesday 30 August 1899 [Issue No.2123] page 3 2017-04-24 00:12 Rev, E. Edwards, pastor Jdf the English
Baptist Church at Minereville, Pa;, when
try Chamberlain's Paio Balm. He says: " A
great service to me. It subdued the in
flammation and relieved the pain.. Should
THE Bailiff will cause - to be sold on
MONDAY NEXT, the 4th Septem
ber, at T. A. Spencer's Auction, Boom one
THE Uudersigued hereby notify their
that on aod after the lt-t SEPTEMBER
RAISED to 3d. cash and 3Jd booked.
Sfeorthandi
MJSS WATSON is prepared to receive
Apply to Mrs. Bedford, " Hendon" Alfred
HAS been favored with instructions frcra
Mr?. A. T. Lansbury (in consequence
of her and. family leaving for England) to
On the Premises, McDow all-street,
The whole of her HOUSEHOLD FUENI
TUBE, consisting of—
Table Chairs, Set Dish Cover?, Photo
Drawers. Doable and Single Beds, Toilet
Sets, Washstands, CatJery, Electro
plated Ware, Crockery, Cooking Uten
SST SALE AT 11 O'CLOCK.
AS A GOING- CONCERN
of Amby, Storekeeper, in Liquida
SEALED TENDERS will bs received by
the Trustee ON AND UP 10 THE
abore ESTATE, comprising STOCK-IN
TRADE, PLANT, BOOK DEBTS. &c.,
STORE PREMISES (1, 2. or 3 years).
- E. H. DECKER,
For sale—m a s s e y-h arris
order. Ouly £35. Apply Messrs. List£B
&. Hibbbebd, Roma.
THE LICENSING ACT OF 1885]
I THOMAS WALSH, being the holder
j of a Licensed Victualler's License under
the said Act, for the premises knnwn as the
Post Office Hotel, and situate at Cambridge
notice that I intend to apply at the nest
THOMAS BOYLE, of Cambridge street,"
by give notice that it is my intention to |
Green Gate Hotel, Mitchell, 'seven years,
since 5th September, 1892 to 5th Septem- I
• (Sgd.) THOMAS BOYLE,
I THE Undersigned, hereby notify
j that 1 have this day received from
Constitute the Commonwealth of Aus
Poll, and that the- Poll will accordingly
Vale (Head Station), HodgBon (State
School), Merivale (Head Station), Mit
School), Roma (Court House), Wallum
billa (State Schopl), Waroonga (Head
| Station), Yingerbay {State School).
Dated at Boma this seventeenth day of
THOMAS A.. SPENCER,
I THE Undersigned, hereby notify
j that I have this day received from
of a POLL upon the question of the ac
ceptance or rejection of a Bill to consti
I further notify that SATURDAY^ the
Second (2nd) day cf September next, has
such Poll, and that the Poll will accord
day commencing at 8 o'clock in the fore
Poixing Places.
Electors please note.—Although an
that— • ~
VIEITIT^., SE3RJ1.I2:T, «Ss Xj03>TTD0iT
ordered one. -
j&JSTD WJbLS! WOT? .
That will be pleasing to know about—the plainer stuffs, at more modest prices, jp-...
n^T)-\r DDVAD'Q (Late Mas. Matthews, Opposite
fob the best
FRUIT and CONFECTIONERY ^
MESSRS. L. A. HOSKINS AND CQ.,
BEGr to THANK their numerous Customers of Roma and District for the
SEI.li THE BALANCE
WITS MANY OTHER BARGAINS ADDED,
CHAPMAN & GO
** OUR SHOW ROOM.
Unbleached Table Damask, 2£ yards for
Inspect the STOCK of FAiTCY : :
GOODS and GLASSWARfe . Also the '
Wonderful Values on the Xibe Shilling . "
■ t _ ■ TA.XJX>ii V JEKPS. : * •
WANTED 2000 Roma Residents to i
come and Buy BOOTS, SHOES, : *
Ohpoute Town H at.t
Rev, E. Edwards, pastor of the English
Baptist Church at Minereville, Pa., when
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says: " A
great service to me. It subdued the in-
flammation and relieved the pain. Should
THE Bailiff will cause to be sold on
MONDAY NEXT, the 4th Septem-
ber, at T. A. Spencer's Auction, Room one
THE Undersigued hereby notify their
that on aod after the 1st SEPTEMBER
RAISED to 3d. cash and 3½d booked.
Shorthand.
MISS WATSON is prepared to receive
Apply to Mrs. Bedford, " Hendon" Alfred-
HAS been favored with instructions from
Mrs. A. T. Lansbury (in consequence
of her and family leaving for England) to
On the Premises, McDOWALL-STREET
The whole of her HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
TURE, consisting of—
Table Chairs, Set Dish Covers, Photo
Drawers, Double and Single Beds, Toilet
Sets, Washstands, Cutlery, Electro-
plated Ware, Crockery, Cooking Uten-
SALE AT 11 O'CLOCK.
AS A GOING CONCERN
of Amby, Storekeeper, in Liquida-
SEALED TENDERS will be received by
the Trustee ON AND UP TO THE
above ESTATE, comprising STOCK-IN-
TRADE, PLANT, BOOK DEBTS, &c.,
STORE PREMISES (1, 2, or 3 years).
E. H. DECKER,
FOR SALE—MASSEY-HARRIS
order. Only £35. Apply Messrs. LISTER
&. HIBBBERD, Roma.
THE LICENSING ACT OF 1885.
I, THOMAS WALSH, being the holder
of a Licensed Victualler's License under
the said Act, for the premises known as the
Post Office Hotel, and situate at Cambridge-
notice that I intend to apply at the next
THOMAS BOYLE, of Cambridge street,
by give notice that it is my intention to
Green Gate Hotel, Mitchell, seven years,
since 5th September, 1892 to 5th Septem-
(Sgd.) THOMAS BOYLE,
THE Undersigned, hereby notify
that I have this day received from
Constitute the Commonwealth of Aus-
Poll, and that the Poll will accordingly
Vale (Head Station), Hodgson (State
School), Merivale (Head Station), Mit-
School), Roma (Court House), Wallum-
billa (State School), Waroonga (Head
Station), Yingerbay (State School).
Dated at Roma this seventeenth day of
THOMAS A. SPENCER,
THE Undersigned, hereby notify
that I have this day received from
of a POLL upon the question of the ac-
ceptance or rejection of a Bill to consti-
I further notify that SATURDAY, the
Second (2nd) day of September next, has
such Poll, and that the Poll will accord-
day commencing at 8 o'clock in the fore-
POLLING PLACES.
ELECTORS PLEASE NOTE.—Although an
that—
PARIS, VIENNA, BERLIN, & LONDON
ordered one.
AND WHY NOT?
That will be pleasing to know about—the plainer stuffs, at more modest prices,
TRY PRYORS (Late Mas. Matthews, Opposite
FOR THE BEST
FRUIT and CONFECTIONERY
MESSRS. L. A. HOSKINS AND CO.,
BEG to THANK their numerous Customers of Roma and District for the
SELL THE BALANCE
WITH MANY OTHER BARGAINS ADDED,
CHAPMAN & CO.,
OUR SHOW ROOM.
Unbleached Table Damask, 2½ yards for
Inspect the STOCK of FANCY
GOODS and GLASSWARfe . Also the
Wonderful Values on the Xibe Shilling
TAUDEVIN'S.
WANTED 2000 Roma Residents to
come and Buy BOOTS, SHOES,
OPPOSITE TOWN HALL.
Advertising (Advertising), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Saturday 10 September 1892 [Issue No.1404] page 3 2017-04-23 23:31 near the Cemetery, .Toowong,- and at i
Flinders-street; Townsville. 1 I
The ^Largest STOCK in the Colony to1
SELECT from. ;
- INSPECTION INVITED
A , . F. M. DOWNES, .
v - Manager '
..H. Hoffmann,"Agent, Roma. *
The Toowoomba Fruit Preserv
ing Co., limited.
JELLIES, PICKLES,.. SAUCES, j
DY PEEL, Sc.:; |
ObtainedfFirat Ordcr of Merit at Brisbane ' I
Exhibition, 18911 j
to the Secretary. ' j
CHANGING, HANDS !
TTAVING given a LEASE of the premises lately occupied
.-'if 1'T
we are eonipellsd to
SELL THE
,..... . ; ;.!. ... '
THE GOODS MUST BE
This is a SPLENDID CHASCE for Oonntry Customers.
Aii Immense Display of DRAPERY
LENMON'S
" BRISBANE,
THE LEADING HOTEL of BRISBANE (Squatters' Home) has-been THOROUGHLY
RENOVATED and BEFDRNISHED by the.present Proprietor.
Ladies' Drawing-room, Commercial-room, 'first class Billiard-room. The finest and
Late Manager Hotel Metropole, Sydney, jand Grand Hotel, Melboufiie.
BungU Divisional Board.
STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE of the Divisional ofBongil,
from 1st January to 30 June;, 1892, prepared and published in terms of Clause 233 of
1S9-2.
? R«nt;of COTTME
JOSEPH CARTER, Chairman. '
ALL PERSONS WHO SUFFER FROM *.' "'
? '? ' " ' "Address'-: . - : "'r ' / ,,
Hr.MAI.]^AN,R.S.M.D.,Deiitist,
Sole Agent for Dr. Winter'S TOOTH POWDER in bottles, post ftee on receipt of 5».
BF.GS to inform the public that ne atill
^Any.^ine havingStdc^p
the Board not later than 30th September, x
Specifications for the Erection of nbont ^
/ Twenty Miles of Rabbit Netting at the "
Angellala Creek. ,
CLEABiNG-The lineis to be clearedof, _
. all timber and rdbbisli for a distance1
< of fifteen (15) feet onjthe north side of
| thefeucc. The £rees to be cat At ,00k
' - mote'than one (I)foot;from the ground }
feet to be lopped anil cleared- ' : %;" :
PLACING AND TYING NETTING.*-The
nettiog to be placed on the sonth side jp£
the fence'three (3) feet above and eix (6),
and the ends to be,turned back. . - , ..
TRENCH.-A trench' seven (7/ incheain
. netting, to bedng along thesonth side
- of the fenceina -straight line from poBt
flash,
.The trench after the netting has been
. placed to be carefully filled in and firmly
TENDERS.-Tenders to state price per mile
Tenderers may' quote special price for
each. ? .. . .,
next at 11 o'clock, at the railway station/;
Yeulba, 52 town 'lots, Ba'ltinglass, contain-'
ment* At four ^and. eight months- from tin <
date of s$le. ,
and twelve^ months from the date pf aale ;
Agent, or tt> the Head Office, Brisbane. '
QUEENSLAND. . / : '
Full particulars of the various Services in;'
Tenders are invited, conditions of Goojfcract, .
forwarded, on application ^the GludfjOS^B '
of this 'Department, o r to any of the'p^cipiil *
Will talso ;3,be ? found , in
| Post and Receiving Offices. * 1
; .Tenders,on separate
for, each service; and, in the»*se
services, separate Tenders tor thetoo^rejaopei?
fori'the periods -mentioned-namely,, one,'
two.orthreeyears.
./or. horse services should not: in*.,
elude parcels. ^.;"// £;.\
-Tender^; uelBpe^Uyinsbrocted to state
the frequency and ^vei'tlie |
. The Gazette may':ie ;«e^*t/a^}"P^^CT
Office. , ""
'' _ BrislJan^ Sitfi ASgust/lg
near the Cemetery, .Toowong,- and at
Flinders-street; Townsville.
The ^Largest STOCK in the Colony to
SELECT from.
INSPECTION INVITED
F. M. DOWNES,
Manager
H. Hoffmann,Agent, Roma.
The Toowoomba Fruit Preserv-
ing Co., Limited.
JELLIES, PICKLES,.. SAUCES,
DY PEEL, &c
ObtainedfFirat Ordcr of Merit at Brisbane
Exhibition, 1891.
to the Secretary.
HAVING given a LEASE of the premises lately occupied
M'LEISH & CO.,
we are compelled to
SELL THE PRESENT STOCK
THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD
This is a SPLENDID CHANCE for Conntry Customers.
An Immense Display of DRAPERY
LENNON'S
BRISBANE,
THE LEADING HOTEL of BRISBANE (Squatters' Home) has been THOROUGHLY
RENOVATED and REFURNISHED by the present Proprietor.
Ladies' Drawing-room, Commercial-room, first class Billiard-room. The finest and
Late Manager Hotel Metropole, Sydney, and Grand Hotel, Melbourne.
Bungil Divisional Board.
STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE of the Divisional of Bongil,
from 1st January to 30 June, 1892, prepared and published in terms of Clause 233 of
1892.
Rent of Cottage
JOSEPH CARTER, Chairman.
ALL PERSONS WHO SUFFER FROM
Address :
Dr. MALLAN, R.S.M.D., Dentist,
Sole Agent for Dr. Winter'S TOOTH POWDER in bottles, post ftee on receipt of 5s.
BEGS to inform the public that ne atill
Any.^ine havingStdc^p
the Board not later than 30th September,
Specifications for the Erection of about
Twenty Miles of Rabbit Netting at the
Angellala Creek.
CLEABiNG-The lineis to be cleared of
all timber and rdbbisli for a distance
of fifteen (15) feet onjthe north side of
the fence. The £rees to be cat At ,00k
mote'than one (I)foot;from the ground ;
feet to be lopped anil cleared.
PLACING AND TYING NETTING.—The
nettiog to be placed on the sonth side of
the fence three (3) feet above and six (6),
and the ends to be,turned back.
TRENCH.-A trench' seven (7) inches in
netting, to bedng along thesonth side
of the fenceina -straight line from post
flash.
The trench after the netting has been
placed to be carefully filled in and firmly
TENDERS.—Tenders to state price per mile
Tenderers may quote special price for
each.
next at 11 o'clock, at the railway station,
Yeulba, 52 town 'lots, Ba'ltinglass, contain-
ment* At four ^and. eight months- from the
date of sale.
and twelve^ months from the date of sale
Agent, or tt> the Head Office, Brisbane.
QUEENSLAND.
Full particulars of the various Services in
Tenders are invited, conditions of Goojfcract,
forwarded, on application ^the GludfjOS^B
of this 'Department, o r to any of the'p^cipiil
Will talso ;3,be ? found in
Post and Receiving Offices.
Tenders, on separate forms, are required
for each service; and, in the case of each
services, separate Tenders tor the conveyance
fori'the periods -mentioned-namely,, one,
two or three years.
Tenders for. horse services should not: in
elude parcels.
Tender^; uelBpe^Uyinsbrocted to state
the frequency and ^vei'tlie
The Gazette may':ie ;«e^*t/a^}"P^^CT
Office.
BrislJan^ Sitfi ASgust/lg
Advertising (Advertising), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Saturday 10 September 1892 [Issue No.1404] page 3 2017-04-23 23:18 VTTTANTED good PIT-SAWYERS.
W About three months' job. Apply
to JOHN' CLEIXAVD, Qneeu's Arms Hotel,
TARDENT BEOS , :Wine Growers; have
. in stock LIGHT NA1URAL WINES
at moderate pricee.
HEARING will COMMENCE abont the
Nive Do was is finished.
Gubberamtmda Saw Mills.
THOMAS A. SPENCER has been ap
Roma ; a good investment. Full par* j
ticulars on applicition to T. A.SPENCEB, I
Educational. - ]
i
MISS SILVANUS, having returned to j
Roma, is prepared to receive PUPILS j
jr. x>. STEELE,
LICENSED SURVKYOR, HOMA.
:; @^np: O'MaUeyJs^cieleedon,. 5v. Burge
worgorai Creek. .
THE LICENSING AGT OF 1885.
To the-Licensing Authority of the licensing
I JOHN CORBETT, of Mitchell, in the j
, colony of Queensland,7 being the holder
and situate at Mitchell,' in the said district,.
hereby give notice that I intend to apply nt,
the next monthly meeting of the'said Licen
sing - Authority to TRANSFER to said
JOHN CORBETT. ]
And I, the .said Thomas .Boyle, hereby !
give notice that it is "my Intention toapplyi
that such transfer may be granted to me, 11
am married,'a'nd-,have'ja wife and iwfamUy, 1
and have not held a license before. :
> THOMAS BOYLE, j
»xx«
Have fewer parts. and are therefore less likely
"til get out of order than any. other gas or oil engines
now built. Just light ttie burner, turn the wheel,
jind it runs all day,". It makes bo smell or dirt.
r .Oils itself Automatically. "Has no Bat
i Cheap.Gradeof Shale Oil, ; 1
Amenta for JCew South Wales and-Queensland.
WANTED good PIT-SAWYERS.
About three months' job. Apply
to JOHN CLEIXAVD, Qneen's Arms Hotel,
TARDENT BROS., Wine Growers; have
in stock LIGHT NATURAL WINES
at moderate prices.
SHEARING will COMMENCE about the
Nive Downs is finished.
Gubberamunda Saw Mills.
THOMAS A. SPENCER has been ap-
Roma ; a good investment. Full par-
ticulars on applicition to T. A.SPENCER,
Educational.
MISS SILVANUS, having returned to
Roma, is prepared to receive PUPILS
J. D. STEELE,
LICENSED SURVEYOR, ROMA.
Camp: O'Malley's Selection,. 5v. Burge-
worgorai Creek.
THE LICENSING ACT OF 1885.
To the Licensing Authority of the licensing
I, JOHN CORBETT, of Mitchell, in the
colony of Queensland, being the holder
and situate at Mitchell, in the said district,.
hereby give notice that I intend to apply at
the next monthly meeting of the said Licen-
sing Authority to TRANSFER to said
JOHN CORBETT.
And I, the said Thomas Boyle, hereby
give notice that it is my intention to apply
that such transfer may be granted to me, I
am married, and have a wife and no family,
and have not held a license before.
THOMAS BOYLE.
MOTIVE KERCULES
GAS or OIL
POWER. ENGINES
Have fewer parts, and are therefore less likely
to get out of order than any other gas or oil engines
now built. Just light the burner, turn the wheel,
and it runs all day. It makes no smell or dirt.
Oils itself Automatically. "Has no Bat-
Cheap.Gradeof Shale Oil,
Amenta for JCew South Wales and Queensland.

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