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2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,021,095
4 annmanley 2,252,210
5 John.F.Hall 2,247,172
...
2761 bindy 7,183
2762 Eljay 7,177
2763 sylvanne03 7,177
2764 Peter33 7,176
2765 brettmartin 7,172
2766 heatherl 7,172

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September 2015 82
August 2015 105
July 2015 83
February 2015 1,431
January 2015 186
December 2014 30
November 2014 168
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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,546,078
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,021,095
4 annmanley 2,252,140
5 John.F.Hall 2,247,167
...
2759 bindy 7,183
2760 Eljay 7,177
2761 sylvanne03 7,177
2762 Peter33 7,173
2763 brettmartin 7,172
2764 heatherl 7,172

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December 2016 332
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January 2016 8
September 2015 82
August 2015 105
July 2015 83
February 2015 1,431
January 2015 186
December 2014 30
November 2014 168
October 2014 588
September 2014 26
August 2014 82
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2 mickbrook 90,948
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 33,372
5 EricTheRed 20,242
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1476 Narellemarie 3
1477 nettiep 3
1478 paul.stott 3
1479 Peter33 3
1480 rawlingsdc110 3
1481 raybrownii 3

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Arawee Grazing Property Sold QUILPIE, November 1. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 2 November 1937 [Issue No.22236] page 6 2017-07-19 12:48 Arawee praline; homestead, approxi-
John T. Presnell on a walk-in walk-out'
basis. Th* terms were cash.
Arawee grazing homestead, approxi-
John T. Presnell on a walk-in walk-out
basis. The terms were cash.
OBITUARY Mrs. John Presnell (Article), The Charleville Times (Brisbane, Qld. : 1896 - 1954), Friday 13 November 1936 page 6 2017-07-19 12:44 old identity of the Adavale and Quil
pie districts, in the person of Mrs.
John Presnell. wife of Mr. John Pres
G7 years.
old identity of the Adavale and Quil-
pie districts, in the person of Mrs.
John Presnell, wife of Mr. John Pres-
67 years.
State News In Brief General (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Thursday 12 November 1936 page 46 2017-07-19 11:59 Western GrasJng Property Sold. -
Cedford grating property, 30,000 acres,
owned by a. C. Denne, was sold by the
Primary Producers' Co-operative As
far from Oundorah. Mr. Presnell in
tends to work it with his other grac
Western Grazing Property Sold. -
Cedford grazing property, 20,000 acres,
owned by G. C. Denne, was sold by the
Primary Producers' Co-operative As-
far from Gundorah. Mr. Presnell in-
tends to work it with his other graz-
PERSONAL (Article), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Wednesday 25 March 1925 [Issue No.5838] page 4 2017-07-19 11:43 Adavale, and hie sou 'Dod' left by
(says the Charleville "Times"). Hi?
over 40 years, and luiviug been born in
this will be the first time lie has seen
the sea. H<- is dogm-Hin^ 5ti« run, and
goes to Bii«bane to pun-hase I ho net
ting and to see liis wuul buid.
Adavale, and his son 'Dod' left by
(says the Charleville "Times"). He
over 40 years, and having been born in
this will be the first time he has seen
the sea. He is dognetting his run, and
goes to Brisbane to purchase the net-
ting and to see his wool soid.
HUSBAND'S MADNESS ENDS IN DOUBLE TRAGEDY Jealous, Killed Wife (Article), Truth (Brisbane, Qld. : 1900 - 1954), Sunday 13 January 1946 [Issue No.2390] page 14 2017-07-03 08:17 HUSBAND'S SVIADNESS
S- MORE Wanton murder of an innocent wife has never
The little yellow devils of suspicion had, apparently,. danced,
suspense that,- finally, undermined his reason. '
- The queerest thing about it all is
husband'sr-given him the slightest
Warr was mad — oh this sole point!
There can .be little doubt of ':, that.
thought filled his mind day by ' day,
Was she -keeping her -solemn- vows? -
ihe would say, respecting some
i woman's lapse, 'there will be only
-one. end.- She will not live — and
'neither wilTI!' * _
-?? There was another instance on Wed
Warr had returned to' the town
; —and, meeting a iriend; his, greet-
ing was, 'How has my , wife been
behaving?' - \
This astounding query— for it 'is
ask' another : person' such a thing of
his wife?— indicates clearly that,' when
agitated continuously and -pathetically
who, as far .as any tangible evidence
to warrant a doubt! - .
shows, is that'she liked to ; go to
dances and parties: But Warr,- who
did not dance, always agreed -to this
and said he was satisfied to stay, home
and mind the children. _ .: ?'.--.;
No trace ol.any. gossip. attaching. to
to her husband 'about .' her,'- caii 'be
found.:1 .;r'^. '? :?-:*;/:. :'a^ ,'?$-.''. ' '-:?:.
:'.:- .-; ?-- ::. .-v;,Us^dvMirror..:;;-.;r;:;:l-'-
, Yet, returning lidme in -theyearly
up his repeating rifle and/shot ;his
w&e through the head, leaving: her, to
in their front room. ???,?, , .: : ;
: 'Then he went into their, bedroom :
-turned the rifle on himself,; and
committed suicide. - ..- . . ? ?
He apparently sat on the-side or
his bed, and sighted the gun on. him-
'- Their two little boys, aged 'four and
of the shooting, but they have hot
been able to .tell any details and, ap
parently, ? their child minds had no
notion of .what wasgoing on. :-:; '?:-.?:
- For it was not' until a seven-year-old
with them, that the tragedy was dis7
covered. ' : . , ;
When' yonngr Knpfer found the
Warr' children, the elder of them told
him that 'Mummy's npsiah-s, sleep
ing on the floor, with blood alt
The baby told him, 'He's asleep,. too,
in the other room . . .-he's got blood '
on his face ...' '
and ' found the bodies ? lying in their
away immediately to get help. ^
out delay, and Inspector A. J. Con
nolly had Ser.' .-sergeant Nugent and
On the sideboard in the dining- _
.Warr, 24 years of age, was a railway
and visited Toowoomba- on the day of
the tragedy. '
HUSBAND'S MADNESS
MORE Wanton murder of an innocent wife has never
The little yellow devils of suspicion had, apparently, danced
suspense that, finally, undermined his reason.
The queerest thing about it all is
husband's- given him the slightest
Warr was mad — on this sole point!
There can be little doubt of that.
thought filled his mind day by day,
Was she keeping her solemn vows?
he would say, respecting some
woman's lapse, "there will be only
one. end. She will not live — and
neither will I!"
There was another instance on Wed
Warr had returned to the town
—and, meeting a friend; his, greet-
ing was, 'How has my wife been
behaving?'
This astounding query— for it is
ask another person such a thing of
his wife?— indicates clearly that, when
agitated continuously and pathetically
who, as far as any tangible evidence
to warrant a doubt!
shows, is that she liked to go to
dances and parties: But Warr, who
did not dance, always agreed to this
and said he was satisfied to stay home
and mind the children.
No trace of any gossip attaching to
to her husband about her, can be
found.:
Used Mirror
Yet, returning home in the early
up his repeating rifle andshot his
wife through the head, leaving her to
in their front room.
Then he went into their bedroom
turned the rifle on himself, and
committed suicide.
He apparently sat on the side of
his bed, and sighted the gun on him-
Their two little boys, aged four and
of the shooting, but they have not
been able to tell any details and, ap-
parently, their child minds had no
notion of what was going on.
For it was not until a seven-year-old
with them, that the tragedy was dis-
covered.
When yonng Kupfer found the
Warr children, the elder of them told
him that 'Mummy's upstairs, sleep-
ing on the floor, with blood all
The baby told him, 'He's asleep, too,
in the other room . . .he's got blood
on his face ...'
and found the bodies lying in their
away immediately to get help.
out delay, and Inspector A. J. Con-
nolly had Senior-sergeant Nugent and
On the sideboard in the dining-
Warr, 24 years of age, was a railway
and visited Toowoomba on the day of
the tragedy.
YOUNG BOY FINDS MAN AND WIFE DEAD WHEN HE VISITS THEIR HOME (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Thursday 10 January 1946 [Issue No.23,035] page 3 2017-06-30 11:36 YOUNG BOY FINDS MAN i
BRISBANE, January 9. — Harold Silac Warr (24) and his wife,
Maisie (22) were killed' in a shooting affray at Muckadilla in
tbefar sooth-west Queensland early.this morning. The police believe
sons, . aged four and two about
Warr lying in a oool of blood in
and told the railway stationmas
Because Styles discredited Gup
story correct, Mrs. Gupser sum
The ? police on reaching the
rifle lying in the bedroom ? near
the husband's body. A .spent
Warr's pocket and another throe
The police learned lhat Warr,
left Muckadilla on Monday morn
?-it 6 a.m. to-day. At #.30 a.m. he
spoke to a fellow night offlcor al
The wife of the proprietor . of
Vari'in* told the policc sUe heard
about B.50 a.m. As Warr was in
Ihe habit of .'-.hooting crows with
Questioned by the police ' Wrtrr's
Mrs. Varcin is now looking
afler Wail's two soiit.
YOUNG BOY FINDS MAN
BRISBANE, January 9. — Harold Silas Warr (24) and his wife,
Maisie (22) were killed in a shooting affray at Muckadilla in
the far south-west Queensland early this morning. The police believe
sons, aged four and two about
Warr lying in a pool of blood in
and told the railway stationmas-
Because Styles discredited Gup-
story correct, Mrs. Gupser sum-
The police on reaching the
rifle lying in the bedroom near
the husband's body. A spent
Warr's pocket and another three
The police learned that Warr,
left Muckadilla on Monday morn-
at 6 a.m. to-day. At 8.30 a.m. he
spoke to a fellow night officer at
The wife of the proprietor of
Varein told the police she heard
about 8.50 a.m. As Warr was in
the habit of shooting crows with
Questioned by the police Warr's
Mrs. Varein is now looking
after Warr's two sons.
CLEARANCES.—SEPTEMBER 23. (Article), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Saturday 24 September 1864 [Issue No.4,[?]42] page 4 2017-06-27 14:12 CATHERINE AGNES, 70 ton«, Delandells, for Newcastle. *
CATHERINE AGNES, 70 tons, Delandells, for Newcastle.
CLEARANCES.—JUNE 13. (Article), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Tuesday 14 June 1864 [Issue No.3,956] page 4 2017-06-27 14:05 .I «ATHERINE AGNES. 69 ton«. Barker, for Neweostla.
CATHERINE AGNES. 69 tons. Barker, for Newcastle.
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—APRIL 23. (Article), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Monday 25 April 1864 [Issue No.3,914] page 4 2017-06-27 14:03 CATHERINE AGNES, 69 ton», M'Rao, from Newoaatlo.
CATHERINE AGNES, 69 tons, M'Rae, from Newcastle.
CLEARANCES.—JUNE 15. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Tuesday 16 June 1863 [Issue No.3,642] page 4 2017-06-27 13:18 CATHERINE AGNES, 70 ton«, MolTltlo, for Newcastle, " '.
CATHERINE AGNES, 70 tons, Melville, for Newcastle.

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