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1 JohnWarren 4,645,668
2 noelwoodhouse 3,151,099
3 NeilHamilton 3,135,833
4 John.F.Hall 2,372,324
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
2324 Andy222 9,647
2325 MaryJosephine 9,642
2326 australharmony 9,620
2327 Val.Wilkinson 9,604
2328 PeteL 9,582
2329 OliviaClarke 9,579

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December 2009 45
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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,645,615
2 noelwoodhouse 3,151,099
3 NeilHamilton 3,135,833
4 John.F.Hall 2,372,319
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
2321 MaryJosephine 9,642
2322 cjw29 9,632
2323 australharmony 9,612
2324 Val.Wilkinson 9,603
2325 PeteL 9,582
2326 OliviaClarke 9,579

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August 2017 50
July 2017 264
June 2017 228
May 2017 83
April 2017 200
March 2017 118
February 2017 425
January 2017 132
December 2016 66
November 2016 6
October 2016 177
August 2016 56
July 2016 517
June 2016 59
May 2016 17
April 2016 236
March 2016 54
February 2016 97
January 2016 32
December 2015 278
November 2015 57
October 2015 163
September 2015 6
August 2015 35
July 2015 351
May 2015 195
April 2015 178
March 2015 20
February 2015 45
January 2015 81
December 2014 105
November 2014 27
October 2014 17
September 2014 117
August 2014 120
July 2014 42
June 2014 150
May 2014 282
April 2014 169
March 2014 249
February 2014 156
January 2014 48
December 2013 301
November 2013 79
October 2013 83
September 2013 8
August 2013 98
July 2013 58
June 2013 177
May 2013 15
April 2013 22
March 2013 37
February 2013 218
January 2013 146
December 2012 26
October 2012 37
September 2012 14
August 2012 4
July 2012 25
April 2012 3
January 2012 4
December 2011 83
November 2011 25
September 2011 41
August 2011 18
July 2011 10
June 2011 9
May 2011 69
April 2011 76
March 2011 110
February 2011 11
January 2011 67
December 2010 38
November 2010 196
October 2010 159
September 2010 81
August 2010 236
July 2010 405
June 2010 171
May 2010 172
April 2010 313
January 2010 34
December 2009 45
October 2009 76
September 2009 43
April 2009 38
March 2009 14

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1 jaybee67 103,182
2 mickbrook 97,757
3 murds5 54,225
4 PhilThomas 38,265
5 EricTheRed 20,242
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1920 trixie01 1
1921 TroveCorrectionStandards 1
1922 twoalsomeo 1
1923 Val.Wilkinson 1
1924 Valmouth 1
1925 vcosta 1

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Misguided Geniality. (Article), The Tumut and Adelong Times (NSW : 1864 - 1867; 1899 - 1950), Thursday 29 July 1915 page 2 2017-08-17 21:36 jVlisguided Geniality.
, At the meeting of the Tumut Re
cruiting Committee, hold on Mon
day evening lust, it. was mentioned
that a very ifi judged act was per
dual in supplying spirits to tlw re
and same was consumed nn the jour
ney, wkli the result thai by the thm
(he young foUows rcaclio/ Uootamun
marks were made bearing on the \g.
discreet and reprehens'ble comlifE'.
of the guilty party who commiHud
there surely would' not he a recur
rence or it at any future send-offs
of as being likely to brini; tho dis
the chance of recruits* hoing nccei-lei!i,
fluis biinging di.^gifice up:ni Ilii'in
selves and musing remorse to their
piirenls a-ul f.iends. We think a-'l
that is neci'SSiiry is I' po:nl. oul the
heinousnoss of'lhe olT.-noi to i-re-
venl, ils rer.ut reiu:c ; 1ml if llr.' Iriil
herein given does not happen to lie
sufficient, dr.is ic ine;istiies \v |i li ?-
resorted to on any future ocrasiiins
to have pnnisliiiii'nl nieled (ml. I.:)
any f)o!-har;ly person who rOie-t.;
the proccr-s.
Misguided Geniality.
At the meeting of the Tumut Re
cruiting Committee, held on Mon
day evening last, it was mentioned
that a very ill judged act was per
dual in supplying spirits to the re
and same was consumed on the jour
ney, with the result that by the time
the young fellows reached Cootamun
marks were made bearing on the in-
discreet and reprehensible conduct
of the guilty party who committed
there surely would not he a recur
rence of it at any future send-offs
of as being likely to bring the dis
the chance of recruits being accepted
thus bringing disgrace upon them
selves and causing remorse to their
parents and friends. We think all
that is necessary is to point out the
heinousness of the offence to pre
vent its recurrence; but it the hint
herein given does not happen to be
sufficient, drastic measures will be
resorted to on any future occasions
to have punishment meted out to
any foolhardy person who repeats
the process.
PERSONAL. (Article), Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954), Tuesday 29 October 1918 page 2 2017-08-16 22:01 ' ;;LittleVMissv'Dqrl8 /Jemmett was suc
cessfully operated upon] for adenoids' at
the local hospital. yesterday. . / ?'
Little Miss Doris Jemmett was suc
cessfully operated upon for adenoids at
the local hospital. yesterday.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 28 July 1922 [Issue No.26,384] page 8 2017-08-06 14:03 BOURNE. -Jiilv Î7, 1_ at Bootie «treet Rockdale Ann«
Alumy bekn-od «rife of Ilxrold alston Bourne, of
Hazelbrook The funeral «fill take ilace ou Saturday
afternoon m AAoronora Cemetery
Ahn« road. St Kilda Ired the dearly bdoied brother
Quaker's Hill Norman Henry l.ilmont HMXI 20 years.
GREGG. -July K Ita at his read nee i.lenayr Ilrook
lyn street, Burwood Tames dcarlv 1 «ed husbaud of
Afarj Grepg in his 72nii year
Hay Fliza llnrris relict of the late AAilliam Hxrri» -
street, fenmnior Hill 1 ouiwi Hipltins daughter ef the
paradc Homxhs Ilninn t, M dea Ij It Ted husband
llmrtun ASIA Manx Taue rthct of the lau AVuliam
sjeven Hills Georg AA oodward Pearce In b13 ,0th sear
street AAavcrlej, George Seamour, late of Blajmy in
WALSH -TulT 10 at Nyngan Hospital, VT I* AAtlsh
WINK. - Julv " IT" Fuphemlc beloved wife of th»
1st« Charlo» AV AA ink of Randwick and mother of
BOURNE. - July 27, 1922, at Bestie-street, Rockdale, Anne
Murray, beloved wife of Harold Alston Bourke, of
Hazelbrook. The funeral will take place on Saturday
afternoon at Woronora Cemetery
Ahn« road. St Kilda Fred the dearly bdoied brother
Quaker's Hill Norman Henry Gilmont aged 20 years.
GREGG. -July 26, 1922 at his residence, Glenayr, Brook
lyn street, Burwood James dearly loved husband of
Mary Gregg, in his 72nd year.
Hay Eliza llnrris relict of the late William Harris, of
street, fenmnior Hill 1 Louisa Hopkins daughter ef the
paradc Homxhs Bruno G. M. dea Ij It Ted husband
llmrtun ASIA Maria Jane rthct of the lau William
sjeven Hills George Woodward Pearce In b13 ,0th sear
street AAavcrlej, George Seymour, late of Blajmy in
WALSH -TulT 10 at Nyngan Hospital, W. P. Walsh
WINK. - Julv " IT" Euphemia beloved wife of th»
1st« Charles W. Wink of Randwick and mother of
ANOTHER TUMUT HERO FALLEN SIGNALLER FRANK QUILTY. (Article), Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925), Friday 30 August 1918 [Issue No.1165] page 3 2017-07-28 23:03 ANOTHER TUiUT HERO FALLEN
SIGNALLER FRANK QUILW
ANOTHER TUMUT HERO FALLEN
SIGNALLER FRANK QUILTY
THE LECTURE AND CONCERT (Article), Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925), Friday 22 March 1918 [Issue No.1142] page 2 2017-07-28 22:55 Mr-3 Gunion (Shepardstown), MisB
MoIUq Quilty aDd Master Oarl Wai
Mr-3 Gunion (Shepardstown), Miss
Mollie Quilty and Master Carl Wal-
BLOWERING. (Article), The Tumut and Adelong Times (NSW : 1864 - 1867; 1899 - 1950), Thursday 13 July 1916 page 2 2017-07-28 22:12 , 'vBIiO.WEB ING.
Privato Frank Quilty,- jyho ; was:
sponding a few .days- at iBwiie, - 'has
returned to ? Goolamundra^r - Camp, v
Miss Dora Sullivan, who was . -at.
the same town, on holidays, , returned.
011 Saturday.
Mr. George Mams,, of Rules Point,
passed Ihrough with 60; head of hor
ses which lie 'gntbered m 3ft. - of
snow. He reports that the -big|fall|:
has now settled down to 2ft. cf- hard-
snow 011 Isiandra levels, lo owenng.?
Talbingo and Yarrangobijly t Caves {
are again eul. eff from Tumut. iand:
the train, by the fohire LG0ui1c.il shot
making about a, quaiter i of ainile.
of road. The river runs over ;-at
Jone's Bridge, Mr. Jacki.Tohnsoii's,'
both oods of the Jillle .r^so'rvo' al.
the school, and at Mr..'iilailora'1's'
lagoon. B 1 owe in g s' do; of i tlie;bi'i 1? g X
wants doing.1 the. sume.-'asHhe ,Tu-.
inut side — -i 2 f t ,-h r i d g o'pufif i' omi t h c
river at Mrtf, ,Johijsoh's, ;tfeo ;i'iver:,
attending to aboveiiflie: schojl. ah'l a.:
flood road I'ound'the'hillat jhe othei
eiid,'.! a}ne.vv.ciilverl 'witliisti ong Mail1, 1
ings'-'ra'U/Mrr-tlliillOrah's?- People |
wont 'in' and -011 1 *o'n SatuVl.'iy at 'a
hand- gallop. -Tljey were Llo.-ked 011
Sunday. : 'The i, sqliool -is 1 closed, :f -r;
.IhOYChi drcn:-' cannot get ? within -mil ;s! i
c'f it. The great, highway -lietwceii
1 Riverina and M- n il- j is al. av sl iii .-- :
-sl.ill;- .:?! If -a » do :tor is' r^quii e I ;-in - lh?r
district '-you ?'?can .get , him . only . if-
?lie ,lifces 1 to 'take the chance :of 'his'
own , life-— all .' for. the want of bout
a- quartern cf '? a ; mile ; of - ordina ry/.iv a 1
BLOWERING
Private Frank Quilty, who was
spending a few days at home, has
returned to Cootamundra Camp.
Miss Dora Sullivan, who was at
on Saturday.
Mr. George Harris, of Rules Point,
passed Ihrough with 60 head of hor
ses which he gathered in 3ft. of
snow. He reports that the big fall
has now settled down to 2ft. of hard
snow on Kiandra levels. Blowering
Talbingo and Yarrangobilly Caves
are again cut off from Tumut and
the train, by the Shire Council not
making about a quarter of a mile
of road. The river runs over at
Jone's Bridge, Mr. Jack Johnson's,
both ends of the little reserve at
the school, and at Mr. Halloran's
lagoon. Blowering side of the bridge
wants doing the same as the Tu-
mut side - a 2ft bridge out from the
river at Mr. Johnson's; the river
attending to above the school, as a
flood road round the hill at the other
end, a new culvert with strong rail-
ings at Mr. Halloran's. People
went in and out on Saturday at a
hand gallop. They were blocked on
Sunday. The school is closed, for
the children annot get within miles
of it. The great highway between
Riverina and Monaro is at a stand-
still. If a doctor is required in the
he lies to take the chance of his
own life - all for the want of about
a quarter of a mile of ordinary road
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 23 February 1894 [Issue No.17,451] page 1 2017-07-28 21:14 WALES -PRonATE JURISDICTION
In tho Will of THOMAS QUILTY, lato of Willowie,
near Tumut, in the colony of Now South Wales,
Farmer, deccas-d
of the abovenamed deceased maj bo granted to JOHN
AY ill Dated the twenty-tirst day of lobruary, A D 1894
EMANUEL and FRASLB. Proctor«, Tumut By their
Agent, DAV ID M Mvriis, 2b Castlcreagh-street. Sydnev
WALES -PROBATE JURISDICTION
In the Will of THOMAS QUILTY, late of Windowie,
near Tumut, in the colony of New South Wales,
Farmer, deceased
of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to JOHN
Will Dated the twenty-first day of February, A D 1894
EMANUEL and FRASER. Proctors, Tumut By their
Agent, DAVID M MYERS 28 Castlereagh-street. Sydnev
BUSH FIRES ON THE RICHMOND. LISMORE, SATURDAY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 1 January 1894 [Issue No.17,405] page 6 2017-07-28 21:10 TUMUT, S Arno AT.
daring tho week, and there wore albjht showers to-
day. Tb« weather Ia worm again, ead premising
Vr^Thomu Quilty, the bead of tho ptoaeerfemflj
la thia district, wu buried to-day.
TUMUT, SATURDAY
during the week, and there wore slight showers to-
day. The weather is warm again, and promising fine. The growth of grass, herbage, and green crops has been greatly improved by the rain.
Mr. Thomas Quilty, the head of the pioneer family
in this district, was buried today.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 1 May 1942 [Issue No.32,556] page 10 2017-07-28 17:13 O Uli TY -Requltm Mass for the Repose of
the Soul of tile late Mra MARGARET
will be celebrated at St Anís'" Phrhie Bondi
Bo ich THIS (Fridav ) MORHITO} at 9 o'cli ck
The Funeral will le-vve the Church aflei Mass
foi South Bead Cemetery W 11" BULL
QUILTY -Requiem Mass for the Repose of
the Soul of the late Mrs MARGARET
ANN QUILTY, of 113 O'Donnell Street Bondi
will be celebrated at St Anne's Shrine Bondi
Beach THIS (Friday ) MORNING at 9 o'clock
The Funeral will leave the Church after Mass
for South Head Cemetery. W N. BULL
SPORTING FOOTBALL. (Article), The Tumut Advocate and Farmers and Settlers' Adviser (NSW : 1903 - 1925), Tuesday 2 June 1914 [Issue No.683] page 3 2017-07-13 22:04 ^Rmut and Batlow met in the
^Kmd .grade competition on the
Hcecourse on Saturday afternoon
Hst. The game was only a poor
([splay of Rugby, the local lads
certed one, as well as kicking a
Tumut and Batlow met in the
second .grade competition on the
racecourse on Saturday afternoon
last. The game was only a poor
display of Rugby, the local lads
verted one, as well as kicking a

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