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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,409,400
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,127
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,122
4 annmanley 2,235,534
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,877
6 maurielyn 1,646,792
7 DonnaTelfer 1,628,199

2,108,877 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 11,535
March 2017 17,519
February 2017 40,440
January 2017 27,186
December 2016 32,961
November 2016 27,751
October 2016 34,131
September 2016 25,784
August 2016 36,010
July 2016 42,390
June 2016 42,811
May 2016 73,262
April 2016 97,205
March 2016 43,721
February 2016 22,016
January 2016 17,480
December 2015 9,911
November 2015 1,348
October 2015 112
September 2015 714
August 2015 3,708
July 2015 1,800
June 2015 10,699
May 2015 37,638
April 2015 35,355
March 2015 33,507
February 2015 16,147
January 2015 18,853
December 2014 15,112
November 2014 7,335
October 2014 4,253
September 2014 5,081
August 2014 6,948
July 2014 22,892
June 2014 8,116
May 2014 2,736
April 2014 6,249
March 2014 7,847
February 2014 7,403
January 2014 17,962
December 2013 26,232
November 2013 18,474
October 2013 21,387
September 2013 18,255
August 2013 20,849
July 2013 14,156
June 2013 10,001
May 2013 10,623
April 2013 9,641
March 2013 7,661
February 2013 7,020
January 2013 16,144
December 2012 21,500
November 2012 21,989
October 2012 5,544
September 2012 23
August 2012 5,230
July 2012 11,490
June 2012 8,300
May 2012 15,970
April 2012 5,081
March 2012 17,308
February 2012 26,067
January 2012 38,685
December 2011 17,283
November 2011 7,174
October 2011 3,116
September 2011 7,875
August 2011 22,327
July 2011 32,927
June 2011 52,386
May 2011 39,724
April 2011 28,288
March 2011 16,015
February 2011 36,674
January 2011 45,024
December 2010 23,605
November 2010 8,972
October 2010 17,095
September 2010 20,964
August 2010 12,936
July 2010 30,141
June 2010 24,085
May 2010 39,482
April 2010 32,892
March 2010 18,544
February 2010 11,461
January 2010 19,545
December 2009 29,125
November 2009 16,692
October 2009 16,376
September 2009 17,620
August 2009 16,640
July 2009 28,343
June 2009 25,187
May 2009 27,881
April 2009 30,277
March 2009 21,448
February 2009 14,981
January 2009 11,563
December 2008 4,658
November 2008 20,937
October 2008 21,886
September 2008 5,170

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,409,369
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,127
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,122
4 annmanley 2,235,464
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,872
6 maurielyn 1,646,792
7 DonnaTelfer 1,628,197

2,108,872 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 11,535
March 2017 17,519
February 2017 40,440
January 2017 27,183
December 2016 32,959
November 2016 27,751
October 2016 34,131
September 2016 25,784
August 2016 36,010
July 2016 42,390
June 2016 42,811
May 2016 73,262
April 2016 97,205
March 2016 43,721
February 2016 22,016
January 2016 17,480
December 2015 9,911
November 2015 1,348
October 2015 112
September 2015 714
August 2015 3,708
July 2015 1,800
June 2015 10,699
May 2015 37,638
April 2015 35,355
March 2015 33,507
February 2015 16,147
January 2015 18,853
December 2014 15,112
November 2014 7,335
October 2014 4,253
September 2014 5,081
August 2014 6,948
July 2014 22,892
June 2014 8,116
May 2014 2,736
April 2014 6,249
March 2014 7,847
February 2014 7,403
January 2014 17,962
December 2013 26,232
November 2013 18,474
October 2013 21,387
September 2013 18,255
August 2013 20,849
July 2013 14,156
June 2013 10,001
May 2013 10,623
April 2013 9,641
March 2013 7,661
February 2013 7,020
January 2013 16,144
December 2012 21,500
November 2012 21,989
October 2012 5,544
September 2012 23
August 2012 5,230
July 2012 11,490
June 2012 8,300
May 2012 15,970
April 2012 5,081
March 2012 17,308
February 2012 26,067
January 2012 38,685
December 2011 17,283
November 2011 7,174
October 2011 3,116
September 2011 7,875
August 2011 22,327
July 2011 32,927
June 2011 52,386
May 2011 39,724
April 2011 28,288
March 2011 16,015
February 2011 36,674
January 2011 45,024
December 2010 23,605
November 2010 8,972
October 2010 17,095
September 2010 20,964
August 2010 12,936
July 2010 30,141
June 2010 24,085
May 2010 39,482
April 2010 32,892
March 2010 18,544
February 2010 11,461
January 2010 19,545
December 2009 29,125
November 2009 16,692
October 2009 16,376
September 2009 17,620
August 2009 16,640
July 2009 28,343
June 2009 25,187
May 2009 27,881
April 2009 30,277
March 2009 21,448
February 2009 14,981
January 2009 11,563
December 2008 4,658
November 2008 20,937
October 2008 21,886
September 2008 5,170

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
...
1081 Jeannine 5
1082 jillyinnes 5
1083 jmglover 5
1084 John.F.Hall 5
1085 juliemelb 5
1086 K.J.Dowling 5

5 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2017 3
December 2016 2


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 20 August 1926 [Issue No.24,970] page 1 2017-04-24 10:25 DEATHS
DEATHS.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 20 August 1926 [Issue No.24,970] page 1 2017-04-24 10:24 FETHERS (nee Margot Horne). - To Mr and Mrs.
Keith Fethers, Grenaby, Highfield road - a son.
BROWN. - On li ISHI VUKII-I 1121a lit 1 II tiki
,i r-iic. I il M hllilJ. lo»! Cecilia iliuilt In.
lotcd. ditiglittl «I Claienn l.torgt- and Ollie
llrvOT li iel ?.»tor of Lliauli I, I ouli., t'ntll.
Mt O' «I» minni 1 iiK-liliT of MM (1 II
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BROWN. —"'I' \'W. l'Cli'iit lier res!
j,,,,, I Kosebtrt . uct Asentíale Mice
I I,,,P 1 "reuní iliiii|,li!'l of Hie lal. William
«ni Mutuel Hrtmii l«loltd sisler of Matt,
I,neilin, (IOMI.OII) Mrs O Nilli Inhn (,li
rfW|l Mi. Mtltuj (ilcct iscil) William
Marpicl Uro" li
llcquitsril III line
BURNET. —On the ISIIi \.ugu«l, I inicuce dcillt
(Piiintelt liitcncd Williams!
(cm Hit I'll' V"SU<1 )
DAVIS. —On Hie inih \iunH ut lu« rtsitlt. ,
Isllclslrtit Nntlll Millmiirni llllm Duils
hil ni l He lill Mruh »alls mid li»Inn- fall»i
,fll«ic (Mu Wall) Man (Ml« lopoloi)
I ,i, ill lira mid luollier of Mr« 1)
hianill«l> (Minimi al 181 Pul stielt North
Mil um on 'Minti.» Mondut, luesdit,
»rlirslii at Sp ?"»
Slit lils «ml its! in pinn
DUNCAN. —On the ISHl ..llgtl.t al lils icsltli
ir Momo sit et lnolstinv, lliomns, ikarh ..
lotet! Iiiislaud of the late Maiv Jane Duncan
ni Iniing fallici of ¡Minmi I kelso ï-wîvn
(\|r< I UeMlldci) licallice (Mis t-ejlli),
Milora. (Mis W Llnlkc) Met, Albeit lleelm
Vera (Mr» W Dnt.nn) Nth In», anti Moule
agi 1 "l) i elis
GERRANS. —On . .
ilar.atelii Vim Inloiel tllft i>r Hie mt,
Riclranl < err ins of lamil ion mid lol ed motin r
ni I Urn Itirliml (deeeiscd) loliu ItllAibctll
«minni MurlJ NltlioUs, Vllierl (Jtorge, anil
I Ililli) ,i 1 Tu un« (\\ \ llipt ra ilease
cop )
MORRIS. —On the loth Vuginil, al lu Ctrttudi
.rëet Un koi lane Denison liclnud wife ol
Me* Morrl', and deirlj lot ed mothci of '.tun
In (|ak of Mixaniict)
MORRIS. —On the lilli \ii(¡u>l, il 10 Ceitruile
eitert Mltilsoi, lane Donison belotcd sister of
(alliolne (Mrs l,im!ia) Dnild und \gnes
limit (« \) Van (Mia lleade b \ ), omi
Oulnina »eil (Mrs Campbell, « A )
MOYSEY. —Ou the 17th August (suddenly), at
nit lot ed outs pas» «lill silent Head
MUSGRAVE. —On Hie 1<Kli tllKtlht, »I hi» »llltllt«
rest In t Uut House ttooran toni. Ormond
K«ilh U urn the demil loud itiungtst uni
I Hot and lluienit Miihgrtii, und toted little
I Mci if Man and 'Nonna, aged H moulin
Our darling hain lit lest
Deeply tuouincd
MUSGRAVE. —On Hie lOtlt AuB«st, tit Oimoiitl
keith In III i, little ncphcu of Maurlee und
Vrille billie, coihiti of Itoe,tl, I lank, 1 Mida,
mil Him Hilton Mooiitbbin, aged II months
Our dalling
MUSGRAVE. —On Hit Will \ugust at Oiinonil
Keilli hill (.landelilld (f Ml and Mr« 1
Mjtgime uni tittil lupin» u! l.ottk lind
injret
Nana s little dalling
MUSGRAVE. —On the 19th August al Oimoiitl
keilli Im I M undi lilli! of Mi und Mrs \ I
lim HO \elwn load '.otith Melbourne «II'
MUSGRAVE. —Uu Hie lilli August ill Ormond
\ til lnel i epbeu of \scot mil Hal, and
link toii'in of loan mid i'tgt,k llnice
luniks Hitit dulling
PARSONS. —On the Ibtli UguM Jt lil» lcsilime
Vapl Mjlneiitit Mordialloc Vlbeit William
lie tlctil) leloie I liiu.band of 1 imlv Atubcl, und
lo lit, hiller of Ostuild, Uhr I Catucrini
elaik, Ulnltred (Mrs W M bolliuid), lint
? omi uni Malllitc aged 71 a* IIe
QUINN. —On ti e lbth Allfcllrt, I mill, eldest dnugll
I» ti (h Ide l'ltttick nuil liku Quinn ami
lovel «inn of Mis ) Lambe Mrs C llmni
Itleeea eil) nmma» (tkeenseil), Mrs 1 t
Hipan !o*l Vt.8le, anil Will (Inteticil pn
indi on ISIIi )
ltcqulesell ill pace
65 Hannan Street North Williamstown Andrew
William,aged ? Years (late Public Health de
partment)
M te I
REVELL - Edith Constance, wife of John Revell,
REVELL (nee McGennan) - At her mother's resi
daughter of the late P. J. McGennan and Mrs
McGennan, sister of Mrs. W E Dallimore,
Mrs. Colin Lord (Mildura), and Messrs H. J.
REVELL (nee McGennan) - On the 18th August,
STAPLETON. —On the 19th August, al lils lesl
Ince r; lui urn load Auburn, John Muline»
Irarlj Irloied liusbaiul of Nellie, lind faillir of
lark tr,ie.| It alii 1 tldlc and Nell, and step
tstlrr ti kio mil 1 icljn, agid C4 jean
»ml i ol M I li for oi j tar» KIP
STIRLING. —On Hie IStli Vugust, ni the ltcpfltila
ion li *pll ii ( itillkltl George Lrancls, Hie
ilrarlt |med hush mil of Marjorie Stirling, ol
¡¡i lloul parade Pnikiille, and lotcd father of
Mar] ii uni Helton, third son of the late
' o.i stirling of Itlclimond, and bcloted
I rollet of Koli Lrle and Helton aged 80 j cars
(rrtale ititcrincnt )
TOOHEY. —On the 17th August at lier teiideiicc
bru i II dm atiect, I ait M kilda, JliLlllda,
Hoi nf Hie lite Uranus roohet (of T i'oobet
nIC) meit 1 nits Melbourne) mid the dttoted
ni druilt lotcd motber of fltoinns Patrlell,
la filmic Inns John lind Melin Tootie} (In
i ml In hmllt grate, f| kilda Ccmeten, 19th
1 CT't )
llcrjuleseat ill pice
WOODS. —o,, ihr 1R||, August H the lesidenee
' lei brother in la«, Mr P J Maholiev,
li -lhell tounrjest diiu|,liltr of the lute Ucr
i'l ail Man Woods, of It melon HIP
WRIGHT. —On the lipi vuiriist, at lui parents
' Irnrr ktiel Mjrlle onlj belotcd tbllil ot
,,r ni Mis ( eorgt Wlight, of recoma, Glen
no attnut dimond j
\ lilli« bud In Wen
On Avtive Service.
KOZMINSKY. —In mellion (if our dearli bellied
,, "I hollín Mauriced Edward, willi gale III«
"le I r hi. tomlin Vltli AiiRiist, 1SJC
One or t lie hist.
YOUNG. —In pioul and loiln¡r mellion of Clmrlle
¡"i ( V liqu») and Ijck killed In action
¡"ne Mlgu,t ÎU 1010 (I) M nilli II 11
ARCHER. —In tot In* mellion ot 1 mina \ulici,
"Kilter ol Mu McMindir, who nanni a
.'¡oin nu IlimiiJitH \ou hluill nciei Ktrui
-(In ertttl lu lillian! anl Mnigoret (¡bislnen )
-(Inserted lu hei Mliroiilng litiiluiul Palilrl
CARTER. - In loving memory of our dear father,
- (Inserted by Nell and Archie.)
CRAIG. —in loting memor, of ni, dun wife wh
CRAIG. —In sail and lot In.- nu mm j of deui
Htmenibcrcd ol Hie- dal
-(Inserted bj loiliu wife nul niothti, sous
-(Inserted by her loved ones, Gormandale, late
lo shoit dtar mother and dad tie think
Haunting thoughts ol other years
V« tie view it through our t-ars
-(Inserted bj- her sorrowing fathtr, mother,
and brother of Grace (Mrs II Moonei), I l,i
(Mrs (I Groom), Ann and Uli (Mrs I som
It and Mrs AMAN UJKII (O UIITCDS tin ir
"¡CfR and MM I I'l VKCI wish to c\pr<e« 1 heir
uloiw ot sympathy I» their icetnt «ad hercasctu« rtt
DIMS -The friends of the lui». Mr HtlDMt
HU AM) - The Hi« ti 1B of Mr l"HOM\S
MliSCRVU -Hie Irlends of Mr and '
t Heit to follón tbe it malus of tlielr lele
RAINEY> — I rleittls of tilt lolt Mr ANDREW
ROBERTS. —The Mends of Hie late Mr rR VNK
STAPLETON. —The Friends o/ Hie late ¡OÏÏS
Jones, St Hellier's street, Heidelberg, THIS DAY
The funtra! is appointed to leave St Mury'a
WRIGHT. - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
FETHERS (nee Margot Horne).—To Mr. and Mrs.
Keith Fethers, Grenaby, Highfield road—a son.
BROWN.—On the 18th August, 1926, at 9 Bailey
crescent, East St. Kilda, Joan Cecilia, dearly be-
loved daughter of Clarence George and Olive
Brown, loved sister of Chautei, Louis, Patti,
June (deceased), granddaughter of Mrs. G. H.
Brown (Wahgunyah), aged 14 months.
BROWN.—On the 19th August, 1926, at her resi-
dence, 54 Rosebery street, Ascotvale, Alice,
beloved second daughter of the late William
and Margaret Brown, beloved sister of Mary,
Cornelius (deceased), Mrs. O'Neill, John (de-
ceased), Mrs. McKay (deceased), William, and
Margaret Brown.
Requiescat in pace.
BURNET.—On the 18th August, Florence, dearly
beloved wife of Arthur Burnett, 11 Acland street,
St. Kilda, dearly loved mother of Jack (of
Donald), beloved daughter of the late John and
Catherine Kennedy (Williamstown), aged 44
years. (Privately interred, Williamstown
Cemetery, 19th August).
DAVIS.—On the 19th August, at his residence,
184 Peel street, North Melbourne, Triber Davis,
husband of the late Sarah Davis, and loving father
on Bessie (Mrs. Wall), Mary (Mrs. Copolor),
Louis, and Clara, and brother of Mrs. D.
Kozminsky. (Minyan at 184 Peel street, North
Melbourne, on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday, at 8 p.m.).
May his soul rest in peace.
DUNCAN.—On the 18th August, at his residence,
46 Moore street, Footscray, Thomas, dearly be-
loved husband of the late Mary Jane Duncan,
and loving father of Samuel J. Kelso, Evelyn
(Mrs. T. Alexander), Beatrice (Mrs. Searle),
Victoria (Mrs. W. Clarke), Alex, Albert, Hector,
Vera (Mrs. W. Dawson), Adrian, and Florrie,
aged 70 years.
At rest.
GERRANS.—On the 19th August, at Melbourne,
Margaretta Ann, beloved wife of the late
Richard Gerrans, of Jamieson, and love mother
of Alan, Richard (deceased), John, Elizabeth,
William, Maria, Nicholas, Albert, George, and
Philip, aged 76 years. (W.A. papers please
.)
MORRIS.—On the 19th August, at 16 Gertrude
street, Windsor, Jane Denison, beloved wife of
Alex Morris, and dearly loved mother of Stan-
ley (late of Alexander).
MORRIS.—On the 19th August, at 16 Gertrude
street, Windsor, Jane Denison, beloved sister of
Catherine (Mrs. Ferreira), David and Agnes
limit (W.A.), Mary (Mrs. Reade, S.A.), and
Christina Bell (Mrs. Campbell, W.A.).
MOYSEY.—On's the 17th August (suddenly), at
Our loved ones pass with silent tread.
MUSGRAVE.—On the 19th August, at his parents'
residence, Ascot House, Booroan road, Ormond,
Keith Warren, the dearly loved youngest son
of Roy and Florence Musgrave, and loved little
brother of Alan and Norma, aged 14 months.
Our darling baby at rest.
Deeply mourned.
MUSGRAVE.—On the 19th August, and Ormond,
Keith, darling little nephew of Maurice and
Nellie, loving cousin of Roger, Frank, Lynda,
and Allan Dalton, Moorabbin, aged 14 months.
Our darling.
MUSGRAVE.—On the 19th August, at Ormond,
Keith, loved grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Musgrave, and little nephew of Bottle and
Audrey.
Nana's little darling.
MUSGRAVE.—On the 19th August, at Ormond,
Keith, loved grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Rees, 114 Nelson road, South Melbourne. R.I.P.
MUSGRAVE.—On the 19th August, red Ormond,
Keith, loved nephew of Ascot and Bar, and
little cousin of Joan and Peggie Bruce.
Auntie's little darling.
PARSONS.—On the 18th August, at his residence,
Napoli, Main street, Mordialloc, Albert William,
the dearly beloved husband of Emily Mabel, and
loving father of Oswald, careful, Catherine,
Gladys, Winifred (Mrs. W. M. Gothard), Ray-
mond, and Maurice, aged 71 years.
QUINN.—On the 16th August, Emily, and eldest daugh-
ter of the late Patrick and Alan Quinn, and
loved sister of Mrs. J. Lambe, Mrs. C. Hume
(deceased), Thomas (deceased), Mrs. E. C.
Hagan, Josie, Aggie, and Will. (interred pri-
vately on 18th.)
Requiescat in pace.
RAINEY.—On the 19th August, at his residence,
65 Hannan Street, North Williamstown, Andrew
William, aged 36 years (late Public Health de-
partment).
At rest.
REVELL.—Edith Constance, wife of John Revell,
REVELL (nee McGennan).—At her mother's resi-
daughter of the late P. J. McGennan and Mrs.
McGennan, sister of Mrs. W. E. Dallimore,
Mrs. Colin Lord (Mildura), and Messrs. H. J.
REVELL (nee McGennan).—On the 18th August,
STAPLETON.—On the 19th August, at his resi-
dence, 67 Auburn road, Auburn, John Matthew,
dearly beloved husband of Nellie, and father of
Jack, Ernest, Leslie, Eddie, and Nell, and step-
father of Irene and Evelyn, aged 64 years.
Member of M.F.B. for 32 years. R.I.P.
STIRLING.—On the 18th August, at the Repatria-
tion Hospital, Caulfield, George Francis, the
dearly loved husband of Marjorie Stirling, of
507[?] Royal parade, Parkville, and loved father of
Marjorie and Belton, third son of the late
George Stirling, of Richmond, and beloved
brother of Rob, Eric, and Belton, aged 30 years.
(Private interment.)
TOOHEY.—On the 17th August, at her residence,
Denver, Rodan street, East St. Kilda, Matilda,
widow of the late Thomas Toohey (of T. Toohey
and Co., merchants, Melbourne), and the devoted
and dearly loved mother of Thomas, Patrick,
Josephine, James, John, and Stella Toohey. (In-
terred in family grave St. Kilda Cemetery, 19th
August.)
Requiescat in pace.
WOODS.—On the 18th August, at the residence
of her brother-in-law, Mr. P. J. Mahoney,
Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Ber-
nard and Mary Woods, of Kyneton. R.I.P.
WRIGHT.—On the 19th August, at her parent's
residence, Jewel Myrtle, only beloved child of
Mr. and Mrs. George Wright, of Tecoma, Glen-
orme avenue, Ormond.
A little bud in heaven.
On Active Service.
KOZMINSKY.—In memory of our dearly beloved
son and brother, Maurice Edward, who gave his
life for his country, 19 August, 1916.
One of the best.
YOUNG.—In pioul and loilnir mellion of Clmrlle
i"i ( V liqu») and Ijck killed In action
i"ne Mlgu,t ÎU 1010 (I) M nilli II 11
ARCHER.—In tot In* mellion of 1 mina \ulici,
Hin Ji I >ou lu hw IIoncc lilli.)
"Kilter of Mu McMindir, who nanni a
.'ioin nu IlimiiJitH \ou hluill nciei Ktrui
-Ui-ettii] ti her loiln. mollie. F Ateandci.)
law, («uirge and le«.)
-(In ertttl lu lillian! anl Mnigoret (ibislnen.)
—(Inserted lu hei Mliroiilng litiiluiul Palilrl
1 Plur Han III nil.)
CARTER.—In loving memory of our dear father,
—(Inserted by Nell and Archie.)
CRAIG.—In loting memor, of ni, dun wife wh
-(Insçtti I In her loting Itiisbau I.)
CRAIG.—In sail and lot In.— nu mm j of deui
and llarotln.)
-(Ins rletl In lils wife and famlli.)
Mugfcit.)
-( Vddlt.)
-(liol.)
ind sun.)
brother inlm, Hoi Hill.)
Htmenibcrcd of Hie- dal
—(Inserted bj loiliu wife nul niothti, sous
loutitt!».)
hciitell.)
—(Inserted by her loved ones, Gormandale, late
hut, I) and 1) II Boag, Olcnhuntlj.)
lo shoit dtar mother and dad the think
Haunting thoughts of other years
V« the view it through our t-ars
—(Inserted bj- her sorrowing fathtr, mother,
ïiorth 1 ssendon.)
and brother of Grace (Mrs. II Moonei), I l,i
(Mrs. (I Groom), Ann and Uli (Mrs. I som
It and Mrs. AMAN UJKII (O UIITCDS tin ir
"iCfR and MM I I'l VKCI wish to c\pr<e« 1 heir
uloiw of sympathy I» their icetnt «ad hercasctu« rtt
DIMS -The friends of the lui». Mr. HtlDMt
HU AM).—The Hi« ti 1B of Mr. l"HOM\S
MliSCRVU -Hie Irlends of Mr. and '
t Heit to follón the it malus of tlielr lele
RAINEY> — I rleittls of tilt lolt Mr. ANDREW
ROBERTS. —The Mends of Hie late Mr. rR VNK
Mid llese\ road.)
STAPLETON. —The Friends o/ Hie late iOÏÏS
Jones, St. Hellier's street, Heidelberg, THIS DAY
The funtra! is appointed to leave St. Mury'a
WRIGHT.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 20 August 1926 [Issue No.22270] page 16 2017-04-24 09:35 /I OL7)iNG. — -Tl:e "Friend clothe . Iiirfl
U JANE FLKKTWOOD.UOtWNG atoroB
fully invited tn follow he;-' kmiI&j to ths.ifl
or intetmcnt, the M'Hliamstown Ccmetcff,'. .-H
funeral Is appointed to leave the .tefidcKi.ifJB
broUicr (Mr. A. Golding), 15 1'truutto-stlB
Williainstown, TO-MORUOW- (Sahadq),' ' iM
t)el40N r.KOS.. Uiiilirtakfts. PiiiHu'iJM
GOLDING.—The Friends of the late Mrs.
JANE FLEETWOOD GOLDING are respect-
fully invited tn follow her remains to the place
of interment, the Williamstown Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed to leave the residence of her
brother (Mr. A. Golding), 13 Parramatta-street,
Williamstown, TO-MORROW (Saturday), at ?
p.m.
NELSON BROS., Undertakers, Douglas-parade,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 20 August 1926 [Issue No.22270] page 1 2017-04-24 09:31 GOLBING.Ou the lOUi Atumst at 18 Para-
aatta-siicct, VVilliamstovrn. .lane Heetwood. . tho
Scd second' daujhter or tho late John ileixry nnd
Janot Goldiuz; lorlns slstcr of Jessie (Mra. WU-
ten). Hlir.a (Mrs. Tliorloy). Johii nenry, (de;
Alice (Mra. Itusaell, deceased). AroUlbald
»n"i Rc'tert; loving Ristcr-in-lnw- of Mny, aged W
jeirs. A patient sufferer at- zest.
GOLDING.—On the 19th August, at 13 Para-
matta-street, Williamstown, Jane Fleetwood, the
loved second daughter of the late John Henry and
Janet Golding; loving sister of Jessie (Mrs. Wil-
son), Eliza (Mrs. Thornley), John Henry, (de-
ceased), Alice (Mrs. Russell, deceased), Archibald
and Robert; loving sister-in-law of May, aged 63
years. A patient sufferer at rest.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 16 January 1924 [Issue No.26,842] page 12 2017-04-24 09:14 ADAMS (nee Dorothy Redman).-December 27, at
Bethel, Darling-street, Waverley, to Mr. and Uri.
V. Adams -a daughter (Audrey Ellaine).
ALTING.-December 22, 1023, at Nurse Connolly'« pri-
BROOKS.-January 32, at Rosslyn private hospital,
BUTLER.-December 23, at 40 Lang-street, Croydon, to
Mr. »nd Mrs. Arthur Butler-a sou (Frank Howard).
CROKER.-January 8, at Wyuna private hospital,
Manly, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Croker, ol Balowrie,
Cootamundra-a son.
CREEN.-January 3. at Rosslyn prívale hospital, Arn-
JESKIE (nee Ada Tollfree).-November 9, 1023, «t
KEARNEY.-January 3, at Kcarlor, Bromborough-road,
McLAREN (nee Milie Gosper).-December JO, 1023. nt
MIDDLEMISS (nee Bux).-December 12, at IO Burton
PLACE (nee Vera Bax). - January 7, 1924, at War
Leslie Place, Halstead, Hopetoun-av, Vaucluse - a son.
ROBERTS.-January 12, at Hillside private hospitn!,
ROBSON (nee Muriel Holt).-Januarv 3, nt tlielr resl
THOMSON.-December 20, at 47 Clayton-street, Balmain,
VELLISAROPOULOS (nee Servetopulos).-January S,
ATWILL-JOSEPHSON.-December l8, 1923, at St
.CHICK - CHAPMAN.- November 10, at Methodist
CLARKSON-GRIFFITHS.-Decrmber 10, 1923, at
GROVER-GOODMAN.-January 5, at St. John's Church,
LEWIS-MATTHEWS.-January 5, at St. MlohaeP»
MOUSSET-RAVENSCROFT.- December 1, 1923, at St.
ANDREW.-January 5, Eliia Emily, devoted and tw
BARKER.-Jannary 13, 1024, at Stat« Ho«pital, Lid
BIEHL.-January 14, at Coast Hospital, Carl Emll Syd-
BURGESS.-January 14, 1021, at her mother's residence,
CHAMBERS.-January 13, 1924, at Sydney Hospital,
CROSS.-January 14, at Waterfall, Alexander Jame«
r 'Kerr, eldest son of tho late Alexander Cross, Inver-
DADE.-.Tony. 13, 1021, at his parents' residence, Bur
GOWANLOCH - January 15, 1924, at Mosman, Lily
HOBSON.-January 15, 1924, at her residence, Rivelin,
HOLMES a' COURT.-January 10, London, lion. O. G.
KNIGHT.-January 15, 1921, at her residence.
LEFKITHES.-January 16, 1924, at Sydney Hospital,
MYERS.-January 15, 1024, at hi« residence, Franoi«
ORTON.-At her 'daughter'« residence, Ardwick, 23
POWER.-Jonuary 12, at a private hospital. Manly,
RICKMAN.-January 15, 1024, at his residence, Loretto,
SHEARD.-Januaiy 15, 1021, Annetta Shcard, beloved
SISSON.--January 10th, 1924, at Tamworth, J. T. (Tom),
STONE.-January 14, 1CB4, at his residence, 40
SYMES.--January 12, at his residence, Mclsaac-Street,
TARRANT.--January 15, 1924, at her daughter's (Mrs.
THORNE.-Janunry 14, 1024, at Coast Hospital, Albert
WOOD.-January 0, 1921, at lill residence, 44 Covvper
YOUNG.-January 0. 1024, at Melbourne (Victoria
BARRY.-In lol Inn; memory of my dear husband, John
Inserted by hi» loving wile and family, if. A. Barry
BARRY.-In loving memory of my dear father, John
Harry, who died January l8, 11)23.
BARRY.-In loving memory of our dear father, John
BARRY.-In loving memory of my dear father, who
BUCKINGHAM.-Li loving memory of our darling
CORKILL.-In loving memory of my darling mother,
CREEK.-In remembrance of my dear mother, Har-
CUMMINS.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
Hcnoath tho cold, cold »m1,
CUMMINS.-In loving meillon' of our dear mother and
FARR.-In loving memory of my dear brother, leslie,
FARR.-In loving memory of my darling brother,
GALLAGHER.-In «'id and loving memory of mr dear
CARVIN.-A token of love to our dearly loved eldest
LARKIN.-In metuorv of our dear mother. Katherine
LANDES-In loving memory of my dear daughter and
MACLEOD -In loving memory of our dear mother,
Alloo MacLeod, who departed Ulla life fanuarv KI,
NUTT. -In loilng memory of our dear mother, Isabel
nr} 10, !'.-' O I ord lune nun} on lil» soul In
STRUCK - In loilng nieniorv of my deir husband and
WRATHER - In loving mernoo of nil dear husband
Mr and Mrs. GEORGE REID ot Uaiilku Marsden
The IA-IILY of the lite Mrs E. A. ORTON wish to
Mr HIRAM TAFT 0f Singleton wishes io .HVMi all
Mr and Mrs WOOLF SIMONS and F'Mill of 11
Mrs PEARCE and FAMILY, daba Tepe Wards avenue,
ADAMS (nee Dorothy Redman).—December 27, at
Bethel, Darling-street, Waverley, to Mr. and Mrs.
V. Adams—a daughter (Audrey Ellaine).
ALTING.—December 22, 1023, at Nurse Connolly'« pri-
BROOKS.—January 32, at Rosslyn private hospital,
BUTLER.—December 23, at 40 Lang-street, Croydon, to
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Butler—a son (Frank Howard).
CROKER.—January 8, at Wyuna private hospital,
Manly, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Croker, of Balowrie,
Cootamundra—a son.
GREEN.—January 3, at Rosslyn private hospital, Arn-
JESKIE (nee Ada Tollfree).—November 9, 1023, «t
KEARNEY.—January 3, at Kcarlor, Bromborough-road,
McLAREN (nee Milie Gosper).—December JO, 1023. nt
MIDDLEMISS (nee Bux).—December 12, at IO Burton
PLACE (nee Vera Bax).—January 7, 1924, at War
Leslie Place, Halstead, Hopetoun-av, Vaucluse.—a son.
ROBERTS.—January 12, at Hillside private hospitn!,
ROBSON (nee Muriel Holt).—Januarv 3, nt tlielr resl
THOMSON.—December 20, at 47 Clayton-street, Balmain,
VELLISAROPOULOS (nee Servetopulos).—January S,
ATWILL-JOSEPHSON.—December 18, 1923, at St
.CHICK.—CHAPMAN.— November 10, at Methodist
CLARKSON-GRIFFITHS.—Decrmber 10, 1923, at
GROVER-GOODMAN.—January 5, at St. John's Church,
LEWIS-MATTHEWS.—January 5, at St. MlohaeP»
MOUSSET-RAVENSCROFT.— December 1, 1923, at St.
ANDREW.—January 5, Eliia Emily, devoted and tw
BARKER.—Jannary 13, 1024, at Stat« Ho«pital, Lid
BIEHL.—January 14, at Coast Hospital, Carl Emll Syd-
BURGESS.—January 14, 1021, at her mother's residence,
CHAMBERS.—January 13, 1924, at Sydney Hospital,
CROSS.—January 14, at Waterfall, Alexander Jame«
r 'Kerr, eldest son of the late Alexander Cross, Inver-
DADE.—.Tony. 13, 1021, at his parents' residence, Bur
GOWANLOCH.—January 15, 1924, at Mosman, Lily
HOBSON.—January 15, 1924, at her residence, Rivelin,
HOLMES a' COURT.—January 10, London, lion. O. G.
KNIGHT.—January 15, 1921, at her residence.
LEFKITHES.—January 16, 1924, at Sydney Hospital,
MYERS.—January 15, 1024, at hi« residence, Franoi«
ORTON.—At her 'daughter'« residence, Ardwick, 23
POWER.—Jonuary 12, at a private hospital. Manly,
RICKMAN.—January 15, 1024, at his residence, Loretto,
SHEARD.—Januaiy 15, 1021, Annetta Shcard, beloved
SISSON.—January 10th, 1924, at Tamworth, J. T. (Tom),
STONE.—January 14, 1CB4, at his residence, 40
SYMES.—January 12, at his residence, Mclsaac-Street,
TARRANT.—January 15, 1924, at her daughter's (Mrs.
THORNE.—Janunry 14, 1024, at Coast Hospital, Albert
WOOD.—January 0, 1921, at lill residence, 44 Covvper
YOUNG.—January 0. 1024, at Melbourne (Victoria
BARRY.—In lol Inn; memory of my dear husband, John
Inserted by hi» loving wife and family, if. A. Barry
BARRY.—In loving memory of my dear father, John
Harry, who died January 18, 11)23.
BARRY.—In loving memory of our dear father, John
BARRY.—In loving memory of my dear father, who
BUCKINGHAM.—Li loving memory of our darling
CORKILL.—In loving memory of my darling mother,
CREEK.—In remembrance of my dear mother, Har-
CUMMINS.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
Hcnoath the cold, cold »m1,
CUMMINS.—In loving meillon' of our dear mother and
FARR.—In loving memory of my dear brother, leslie,
FARR.—In loving memory of my darling brother,
GALLAGHER.—In «'id and loving memory of mr dear
CARVIN.—A token of love to our dearly loved eldest
LARKIN.—In metuorv of our dear mother. Katherine
LANDES.—In loving memory of my dear daughter and
MACLEOD.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
Alice MacLeod, who departed this life fanuarv KI,
NUTT.—In loilng memory of our dear mother, Isabel
nr} 10, !'.—' O I ord lune nun} on lil» soul In
STRUCK.—In loilng nieniorv of my deir husband and
WRATHER.—In loving mernoo of nil dear husband
Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE REID of Uaiilku Marsden
The IA-IILY of the lite Mrs. E. A. ORTON wish to
Mr. HIRAM TAFT 0f Singleton wishes io .HVMi all
Mr. and Mrs. WOOLF SIMONS and F'Mill of 11
Mrs. PEARCE and FAMILY, daba Tepe Wards avenue,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 3 August 1951 [Issue No.35,449] page 18 2017-04-24 09:03 Mother nnd Sister, BERTHA KARP;
lours, 42 Balfour Street, Chlppen-
commencing at 1 pm for
KEMM- The Relatives Mid Friend
Mother and Sister, BERTHA KARP;
lours, 42 Balfour Street, Chippen-
commencing at 1 p.m., for
KEMM.—The Relatives and Friends
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 3 August 1951 [Issue No.35,449] page 18 2017-04-24 09:01 BROWN (Lancaster).---August 1, at
Buster---a daughter (Joanna Lee).
EMERY (nee O'Shannessy).---At
Yvonne and Edwin---a son (David
EVANS.---August 2, at St Luke's
Evans---a daughter (Caroline).
HOLT (nee Denne).---August 1, at
North Sydney, to Esma and Ron---a
MAKAROFF.---August 2, at The
---a daughter.
STEVENS.---July 19, at The En-
trance, to Les and Mary---a son
SULLIVAN.---August 2, at King
George V., to Gwen and George---a
daughter of Mrs A E Catt of
son of Mr and Mrs N VV Dale
Weston-S.-Mare, Somerset, England.
»cm-gest daughter of Mr and Mrs
Paul (Joggt) only son of Mr and
Mrs P H Heiniger of Enfield
gacenient Is announced of Valen a
Patricia eldest daughter of Mr and
Mrs H N O Mullane of Moree to
Martin Joseph onls son of the late
Mr nnd Mrs J McEvoy
Duncoci
Agnes only daughter of Mr and
Mrs G H Snlter of Gilgandra to
and Mrs William C Marchment of
?scungest dnughtcr of Mr and Mrs
Lenalre ol Fnstwood to Bruce
voungest son of Mr nnd Mrs Smith
ALLEN - LIVINGSTONE - August
DIAMOND WEDDINGS FREEMAN - FREEMAN - August 3 1891 at Christ Church St Laurence
by Rev Canon Garnsey, William
SMITH - JACKSON -August 3
1891 at Redfern by the Rev G.
ent address 23 Rowley St Brighton le sands.
ADAMS, RONALD JOHN. - August 1 1951 (result of accident) of Castle
Dawn loving son of Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs P. Heather (Orchard
nnd loved father of Netto (Mrs J
Ellen (Mrs Stuart) Nnnce (Mrs
Dowding) Thelma (Mrs Temperton)
Dorothy (Mrs Mcpherson) and
Emily (Mrs Thomsson) and of
2 1951 ot her residence Wilber
(Mrs Castell of Melbourne) car
(Mrs McCoy, Redfern), Edward,
and Olgn ot 50 Market Street
DUBOIS, Elizabeth Maria. - August
GOLDSMITH, Barrie John. - Aug-
August 2 1951 at St V nccnt s Hos
Hancock beloscd uncle ot Jean Jim
E Lovett (Wellington) Mrs A W11
law of Mrs Lilian Kennedy Mr nnd
Mrs Roy Blnnchnid Mi s Jcnn and
Mr R Sloane and loscd uncle ot
(Mrs O E Winters) 14 Washington
ÎK'ISïîB'll.-Rieh»«, <d.e
¡fUtl fi!-.15"*!1 .<!*»», «care
HOPE, Alice Adeline. - August 2,
HOWARTH, Elizabeth. - August 2,
KARP, Bertha - August 2, 1951,
Marcus, Rosi (Mrs Sutton), and
LAMB, George. - August 2, 1951,
of Ella (Mrs Bickhoff), Lucy (Mrs.
Irene (Mrs F J Lynch) aged 58
son in law of the late Mr and Mrs
Florence (Mrs Cobcroft) William,
daughter of the late Mr and Mrs
James Zella (Mrs R Ridge) and
of Mervyn Enid (Mrs R Furnell)
THOMPSON, Ernest - August 1
Dora (Mrs Garland) Margery (Mrs
URCH, Willie Edwin.-August 1,
WEBB Kenneth - August 2, 1951,
and Mrs William George Webb, and
WOOD, John Oscar - August 1,
CaIN -Fond memories ot Alici
remembrance ol Jean not onls lo dav
Finn - James Everlasting mem-
ories ol Jim. August 3 1943. In-
GANTER.-In lovfn» memory ol
ISRAEI -In loving memory ot my
PETTIFER - In loving memory of
Always remembered by Mr and Mrs
Sodly missed by his loving wile
Harriet (Mrs Scott) dnughters-In
Mrs A M GOMES and FAMILY
Mr ond Mis A JENSEN Senior
Mr JACK MCDONALD 17 Tudoi
Mrs ROY SMITH nnd FAMILY
don, will leave St Andrew's Pres-
A\EH\ -The Funeral ol the late
leave St Anne ?> Church Homebush
Friends of Mr C W Bennett and
of Mr and Mrs E A Bcvege and
Famllv Mr and Mrs W B An
drews and Family and Mr and Mrs
BONE - Lidcombe Sub branch
Friends of Mr W. E. Clifton and
Friends of Mrs Martha Cottier and
DAN -Relatives and Friend» ol Mr
Friends of the lato Mr SARAH
Friends of Mr and Mis Keith
Tri nds of Mrs Della (Mollie) God
bold and Mi md Mrs D M ison
to lcav c St Monica s Church North
179 Church St P matta UW8891
Friends of Mr Ron Goggins of
the Rewosc of the Seul ot the late
GREEN, ot 89 Gunyah Bay Road '
late Mrs HENRIETTA R GREEN-
HILL will leave tho residence 0(1
her daughter Mrs M J Gallagher
GULLAM - The Relatives and
Friends of Mr and Mrs Ralph
Featherston, Mr and Mrs H Angus,
Funeral which will leave St John i
of Mrs Alice Maude Hillier ond|
HOMEWOOD. -A Service for the late
HOPE. - The Relatives and Friends
HOWARTH. - The Funeral of the late
JACKSON. - The Relatives and
of Mr William Charles Jenkin nnd|
of Mr nnd Mrs Leonnrd Whibley
Mrs Dorothy Hnrper Mr and Mrs
Henry Whibley and Mr Leslie
KARP - The Relatives and Frlends
of Mr Aaron Karp and Family are
LARKEY - Requiem Mass for the repose of the Soul of the
celebrated at St Joseph's Church
Friends oi Mr Vincent McCarthy
Friends of Mrs Moy Mycis nnd
Famllv Mr Arnold Holiday and
Mr Rod Brown are Invttcd to
attend tie Funeral of theil ccor
RICH MEVER to leave St Mut
Friends of Mrs Victoria Millier of
4 Myee Street Lakemba Mr and
Mrs Frank Muller of Rockdale
and Mr nnd M s K Connon of
9 DONNELL.-The Relativ«» and
Friends of Mrs J E Watton and
Mr and Mr» W Pelch are Invited
a m for St Thomas s Cemetery
POTTER. - The Relatives and
Friends of Mr Ambrose Thomas
attend tbe Funeral of hi» dearly
of the late Mrs ROSE PROOFS
Mrs MARY FLORENCE READING
will leave St Mary's Church, Ridge
Mrs ELSIE DARLING ELLISON
of Mr Arthur Rugg and Mr and
Mrs Gordon Rugg are kindlv in
ral will leave St Michaels Church
STARKFY - The Relatives and
Friends cf Mr Alfred Starkey and
Friends of Mr and Mrs R Pender
Mrs M Johnson Mr and Mrs E
Jim Pender Mr and Mrs Podget
and Mr and Mrs Waldle Shields
are Invited to attend tho Funeral of
BROWN (Lancaster).—August 1, at
Buster—a daughter (Joanna Lee).
EMERY (nee O'Shannessy).—At
Yvonne and Edwin—a son (David
EVANS.—August 2, at St. Luke's
Evans—a daughter (Caroline).
HOLT (nee Denne).—August 1, at
North Sydney, to Esma and Ron—a
MAKAROFF.—August 2, at The
—a daughter.
STEVENS.—July 19, at The En-
trance, to Les and Mary—a son
SULLIVAN.—August 2, at King
George V., to Gwen and George—a
daughter of Mrs. A E Catt of
son of Mr. and Mrs. N VV Dale
Weston-S.—Mare, Somerset, England.
»cm-gest daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Paul (Joggt) only son of Mr. and
Mrs. P H Heiniger of Enfield
McEVOY-O'MULLANE.-The En-
gagement is announced of Valerya
Patricia, eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. N. O. Mullane, of Moree, to
Martin Joseph, only son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. J. McEvoy, of
Dunedoo.
Agnes only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G H Snlter of Gilgandra to
and Mrs. William C Marchment of
?scungest dnughtcr of Mr. and Mrs
Lenalre of Fnstwood to Bruce
voungest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith
ALLEN.—LIVINGSTONE.—August
DIAMOND WEDDINGS FREEMAN.—FREEMAN.—August 3 1891 at Christ Church St. Laurence
by Rev. Canon Garnsey, William
SMITH.—JACKSON -August 3
1891 at Redfern by the Rev. G.
ent address 23 Rowley St. Brighton le sands.
ADAMS, RONALD JOHN.—August 1 1951 (result of accident) of Castle
Dawn loving son of Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. P. Heather (Orchard
nnd loved father of Netto (Mrs. J
Ellen (Mrs. Stuart) Nnnce (Mrs
Dowding) Thelma (Mrs. Temperton)
Dorothy (Mrs. Mcpherson) and
Emily (Mrs. Thomsson) and of
2 1951 of her residence Wilber
(Mrs. Castell of Melbourne) car
(Mrs. McCoy, Redfern), Edward,
and Olgn of 50 Market Street
DUBOIS, Elizabeth Maria.—August
GOLDSMITH, Barrie John.—Aug-
August 2 1951 at St. V nccnt s Hos
Hancock beloscd uncle of Jean Jim
E Lovett (Wellington) Mrs. A W11
law of Mrs. Lilian Kennedy Mr. nnd
Mrs. Roy Blnnchnid Mi s Jcnn and
Mr. R Sloane and loscd uncle ot
(Mrs. O E Winters) 14 Washington
Winters) nnd Doiothy (deed.) denr
ÎK'ISïîB'll.—Rieh»«, <d.e
ifUtl fi!-.15"*!1 .<!*»», «care
HOPE, Alice Adeline.—August 2,
HOWARTH, Elizabeth.—August 2,
KARP, Bertha.—August 2, 1951,
Marcus, Rosi (Mrs. Sutton), and
LAMB, George.—August 2, 1951,
of Ella (Mrs. Bickhoff), Lucy (Mrs.
Irene (Mrs. F J Lynch) aged 58
son in law of the late Mr. and Mrs
Florence (Mrs. Cobcroft) William,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs
James Zella (Mrs. R Ridge) and
of Mervyn Enid (Mrs. R Furnell)
THOMPSON, Ernest.—August 1
Dora (Mrs. Garland) Margery (Mrs
URCH, Willie Edwin.—August 1,
WEBB Kenneth.—August 2, 1951,
and Mrs. William George Webb, and
WOOD, John Oscar.—August 1,
CaIN -Fond memories of Alici
William who pas«ed away Aug ist.)
remembrance of Jean not onls lo dav
Finn.—James Everlasting mem-
ories of Jim. August 3 1943. In-
GANTER.—In lovfn» memory ol
ISRAEI -In loving memory of my
PETTIFER.—In loving memory of
Always remembered by Mr. and Mrs
Sodly missed by his loving wife
Harriet (Mrs. Scott) dnughters-In
Mrs. A M GOMES and FAMILY
Mr. ond Mis A JENSEN Senior
Mr. JACK MCDONALD 17 Tudoi
Mrs. ROY SMITH nnd FAMILY
don, will leave St. Andrew's Pres-
A\EH\ -The Funeral of the late
leave St. Anne ?> Church Homebush
Friends of Mr. C W Bennett and
of Mr. and Mrs. E A Bcvege and
Famllv Mr. and Mrs. W B An
drews and Family and Mr. and Mrs
BONE.—Lidcombe Sub branch
Friends of Mr. W. E. Clifton and
Friends of Mrs. Martha Cottier and
DAN -Relatives and Friend» of Mr
Friends of the late Mr. SARAH
Friends of Mr. and Mis Keith
Tri nds of Mrs. Della (Mollie) God
bold and Mi md Mrs. D M ison
to lcav c St. Monica s Church North
179 Church St. P matta UW8891
Friends of Mr. Ron Goggins of
the Rewosc of the Seul of the late
GREEN, of 89 Gunyah Bay Road '
late Mrs. HENRIETTA R GREEN-
HILL will leave the residence 0(1
her daughter Mrs. M J Gallagher
GULLAM.—The Relatives and
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Featherston, Mr. and Mrs. H Angus,
Funeral which will leave St. John i
of Mrs. Alice Maude Hillier ond|
HOMEWOOD.—A Service for the late
HOPE.—The Relatives and Friends
HOWARTH.—The Funeral of the late
JACKSON.—The Relatives and
of Mr. William Charles Jenkin nnd|
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonnrd Whibley
Mrs. Dorothy Hnrper Mr. and Mrs
Henry Whibley and Mr. Leslie
KARP.—The Relatives and Frlends
of Mr. Aaron Karp and Family are
LARKEY.—Requiem Mass for the repose of the Soul of the
celebrated at St. Joseph's Church
Friends oi Mr. Vincent McCarthy
Friends of Mrs. Moy Mycis nnd
Famllv Mr. Arnold Holiday and
Mr. Rod Brown are Invttcd to
attend the Funeral of theil ccor
RICH MEVER to leave St. Mut
Friends of Mrs. Victoria Millier of
4 Myee Street Lakemba Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Muller of Rockdale
and Mr. nnd M s K Connon of
9 DONNELL.—The Relativ«» and
Friends of Mrs. J E Watton and
Mr. and Mr» W Pelch are Invited
a m for St. Thomas s Cemetery
POTTER.—The Relatives and
Friends of Mr. Ambrose Thomas
attend the Funeral of hi» dearly
of the late Mrs. ROSE PROOFS
Mrs. MARY FLORENCE READING
will leave St. Mary's Church, Ridge
Mrs. ELSIE DARLING ELLISON
of Mr. Arthur Rugg and Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Rugg are kindlv in
ral will leave St. Michaels Church
STARKFY.—The Relatives and
Friends cf Mr. Alfred Starkey and
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. R Pender
Mrs. M Johnson Mr. and Mrs. E
Jim Pender Mr. and Mrs. Podget
and Mr. and Mrs. Waldle Shields
are Invited to attend the Funeral of
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 24 September 1923 [Issue No.26,745] page 7 2017-04-24 08:55 SUTTONBERG - The Relatives and Friends of Mr
leen; to leave Wood Coffill's Mortuary hapel, 810
for Church of England Cemetery, Lonf Bay Road,
SUTTONBERG - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs
RACHEL SUTTONBFRG and Miss SOPHIA SUT-
Invited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly be-
loved DAUGHTER-IN-LAW and SISTER IN LAW,
TERNOON at 2 o'clock for Church of England Cerne-
TETLEY.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs ANNIE
SUTTONBERG.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr.
leen; to leave Wood Coffill's Mortuary Chapel, 810
for Church of England Cemetery, Long Bay-road,
SUTTONBERG.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.
RACHEL SUTTONBERG and Miss SOPHIA SUT-
invited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly be-
loved DAUGHTER-IN-LAW and SISTER-IN-LAW,
TERNOON at 2 o'clock for Church of England Ceme-
TETLEY.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. ANNIE
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Hebrew Standard of Australasia (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1953), Friday 2 February 1906 [Issue No.30] page 10 2017-04-24 08:52 BARNETT - January 30, 1906, at the resid-
ence of her daughter, Mrs Isaac Harris
of the late Moses Barnett. and beloved
mother of Messrs Mark, Samuel, and
Lewis Barnett, Mrs I Harris and Mrs
Suttonberg, aged 94 years. GRHS.
BARNETT.—January 30, 1906, at the resid-
ence of her daughter, Mrs. Isaac Harris,
of the late Moses Barnett, and beloved
mother of Messrs. Mark, Samuel, and
Lewis Barnett, Mrs. I. Harris and Mrs.
Suttonberg, aged 94 years. G.R.H.S.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 27 April 1938 [Issue No.31,300] page 13 2017-04-24 08:51 SMITH- the Relatlics and f lionels oí Mr ano
«is HUGH SMITH and TAMILY of ?) Hicl
olicel Lambton are invited to attend the Funer-'
of (heir beloicel SOV and BKOIKFR L-cni-y n
Hcniy (late of Ne/rcaMle Abbalolrsi to lesee on
Chapel Darby Stiect Ne-ytastle THIS eWeone
da MOHMMG at 11 o dock foi Bei e foi d
Ci einstellt m
_MOOD COiriLI LIMITED
SUTTONBERG - The Relatives and Friends of the
SMITH.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and
Mrs. HUGH SMITH and FAMILY of 9 High
Street, Lambton, are invited to attend the Funeral
of their beloved SON and BROTHER Leonard
Henry (late of Newcastle Abbatoirs); to leave our
Chapel, Darby Street, Newcastle, THIS (Wednes-
day) MORNING, at 11 o'clock, for Beresford
Crematorium.
WOOD COFFILL, LIMITED.
SUTTONBERG.—The Relatives and Friends of the

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