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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,464,918
2 NeilHamilton 3,066,294
3 noelwoodhouse 2,928,942
4 annmanley 2,239,376
5 John.F.Hall 2,155,236
...
227 RobbieL14 162,827
228 Merrin 162,604
229 Alcibiades 162,138
230 BainaMasquelier 161,345
231 bernardk47 161,203
232 aileth 160,453

161,345 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 2,320
April 2017 4,836
March 2017 4,207
February 2017 1,934
January 2017 3,818
December 2016 3,019
November 2016 2,077
October 2016 4,240
September 2016 6,216
August 2016 11,048
July 2016 9,863
June 2016 8,379
May 2016 1,030
March 2016 267
February 2016 4,971
January 2016 1,005
December 2015 964
November 2015 5,608
October 2015 16,538
September 2015 7,046
August 2015 6,769
July 2015 4,261
June 2015 1,232
May 2015 2,248
April 2015 5,588
March 2015 4,730
February 2015 1,861
January 2015 2,767
December 2014 152
August 2014 1,105
July 2014 3,275
April 2014 499
March 2014 3,674
February 2014 13,042
January 2014 10,756

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,464,887
2 NeilHamilton 3,066,294
3 noelwoodhouse 2,928,942
4 annmanley 2,239,306
5 John.F.Hall 2,155,231
...
228 Alcibiades 162,119
229 bernardk47 161,195
230 aileth 160,453
231 BainaMasquelier 158,801
232 cireen 157,961
233 HelenLeary 157,711

158,801 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 2,320
April 2017 4,836
March 2017 4,207
February 2017 1,934
January 2017 3,818
December 2016 2,967
November 2016 2,077
October 2016 4,240
September 2016 6,216
August 2016 11,048
July 2016 7,371
June 2016 8,379
May 2016 1,030
March 2016 267
February 2016 4,971
January 2016 1,005
December 2015 964
November 2015 5,608
October 2015 16,538
September 2015 7,046
August 2015 6,769
July 2015 4,261
June 2015 1,232
May 2015 2,248
April 2015 5,588
March 2015 4,730
February 2015 1,861
January 2015 2,767
December 2014 152
August 2014 1,105
July 2014 3,275
April 2014 499
March 2014 3,674
February 2014 13,042
January 2014 10,756

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 85,059
2 mickbrook 82,670
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,580
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
10 poves 3,391
11 JohnMA2227 3,018
12 sonmaa 2,826
13 bainamasquelier 2,544
14 aleon 2,287
15 AngelaDay 2,233

2,544 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 52
July 2016 2,492


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Advertising (Advertising), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Wednesday 4 January 1911 page 3 2017-05-27 23:21 ;; A ' Times' reporter walked into the
; room in Howick-street last night, in
the Secretary if there were any objec
in turn, consulted Mr.- Tom ,- Leach.
The President, before opening the meet
ing, put the question before those pre
sent, and desired 'someone to move
pro forma.' He explained that a re
solution was upon the minute book ex
meetings, but as that was a special meet
3nd that the reporter accordingly be put
jremain.. This, naturally, was ruled out
pf order, and. on being put, the motion
was carried by 8 votes to i.
A "Times" reporter walked into the
room in Howick-street last night, in
in turn, consulted Mr. Tom Leach.
and desired "someone to move
pro forma." He explained that a resolution
and that the reporter accordingly be put
remain. This, naturally, was ruled out
of order, and on being put, the motion
was carried by 8 votes to 1.
Advertising (Advertising), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Wednesday 4 January 1911 page 3 2017-05-27 23:17 UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT?
WANTED, a LAD ns Apprentico ;to tlic
Ironmongery. Apply Thursday, ai
11 o'clock, to E.WEBB & CO.
LOST, GOLD BROOCH, between Ma
RUBBER STAMPS.— Having been ap
? ?'.''Co., I am in a position t:- supply all
1 k(i.-.j of Rubber Stamps promptly and .Ac
cessories at Sydney prices. O. WHALAN,
Keppel-street. ?
TTNITED FELLOWSHIP MEETING
U TO-NIGHT, 8 o'clock,. Methodist
Church, South Bathurst. Addioss by Ad
and 53 Keppcl Street, and 127 George
Street, -whore they will be cooked Free of
FUNERAL WREATHS, Condolenc*
Prices. \V- U-. SAWYEli, 79 KeppoJ
Stroct. 'Phone 11.
ONEY TO LEND.— Large and Small
GORNALL A, M.V. Buildings ? __
TJOULTRY-P 0 U L T It Y, Etc.— Con
JUT sign now your primo Turkeys, Geese,
Sales every FRIDAY, at 2.30. i£ you want to
got the highest market prices. E. GOLSBY,
SiKepp el-street. Outside Sales conducted
~ BETUM_TOANKS.
MR. D. DAVOREN and FAMILY de
SOFALA AN© WATTLE FLAT
Business : - To receive Balance-sheet for
J. CROSSLEY, .-
Society,
STiK of the WEST LODGE NO. .47
membcrs contributions from 1b per
week full benefits from night of joining.
Further paHiculars from poLLARD.Seo_
2G5 Lambert-street, Dathurst. ? .
j-Se, S^''(Jb iSl aha \un tntmutitl CM
WBLLBAfil STREET.
CHANCE OF PROCRAMME.
\Vitmarks incidental and tremelo music.
Do3is ope at 7.15. Commence at 8.
Orchestra Seats, Is
HAS REMOVED to Now Premises, NEXT
MR, H. K. HOPE,
Opposite School of ArtSi
W. Ha Shute
1bS H0W1CK STREET, Opposite
Informs tho Public that he has seciuod the
Bervices of an Expert Hairdreoanr.
Up-to-dato SMOKER'S REQUISITES. ?
UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT
WANTED, a LAD as Apprentice to the
Ironmongery. Apply Thursday, at
11 o'clock, to E. WEBB & CO.
Agent for the Excelsior Supply
Co., I am in a position to supply all
kinds of Rubber Stamps promptly and Accessories
at Sydney prices. G. WHALAN,
UNITED FELLOWSHIP MEETING
TO-NIGHT, 8 o'clock, Methodist
Church, South Bathurst. Address by Adjutant
and 53 Keppel Street, and 127 George
Street, where they will be cooked Free of
FUNERAL WREATHS, Condolence
Prices. W. G. SAWYER, 79 Keppel
Street. 'Phone 11.
MONEY TO LEND.— Large and Small
GORNALL A, M. P. Buildings.
POULTRY — POULTRY, Etc.— Consign
now your prime Turkeys, Geese,
Sales every FRIDAY, at 2.30, if you want to
get the highest market prices. F. GOLSBY,
84 Keppel-street. Outside Sales conducted.
RETURN THANKS.
SOFALA AND WATTLE FLAT
Business :— To receive Balance-sheet for
J. CROSSLEY,
Society.
STAR of the WEST LODGE NO. 47
members contributions from 1s per
week, full benefits from night of joining.
Further particulars from A. E. POLLARD, Sec.
265 Lambert-street, Bathurst.
TO-NIGHT
WILLIAM STREET.
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
Witmarks incidental and tremelo music.
Doors open at 7.15. Commence at 8.
Orchestra Seats, 1s
HAS REMOVED to New Premises, NEXT
MR. H. K. HOPE,
Opposite School of Arts.
W. H. SHUTE
155 HOWICK STREET, Opposite
Informs the Public that he has secured the
services of an Expert Hairdresser.
Up-to-date SMOKER'S REQUISITES.
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Friday 6 December 1918 page 2 2017-05-24 23:30 Mnhodifit. (Tliurcli.— BatnuTat'. Wil
liiim-strnnt,— IT -a.m.— Ecv. W. M.
Woodhonso. 7.30 ? p.m.— 'Rev. G. \V.
IV.yno; Bathurst South, 11 n.m.— Eov.
O. W. Payne, 7.30 p.m.— 'Rev. W. M.
Wamlhonsc: Bloom Hill, 3 p.m.— Mr. A.
T). Tairloy; OTiite Rock. 3 p.m.— T!ev.
a. W. Payne; Pcrthville, 3 p.m.— Mr.
W. S. Gentle: Dunlteld, 3 p.m.— Mr. K.
Nnylor; Wattle Flat, 3 p.m.— Ifr. H.
Ksirria; Cnlooln. 3 p.m. In Memorium
^'i vice (Mrs. Noble Wilson}— Hev. W.
M. Wnndhonse.
t.T}ni?tfst.CIiurc.li.— Batlnirst, 11 a.n:
n.rjl.7.30 p.m.: H.-.crlnn. 3 p.m. — Ttnv. A.
?t-WaWortj (ProHdon't. of tnn Baptiff
t'Dion); Ef;linfnn. 7.30 p.m^— BnppTy.
Oongro'jnHonal Clmrc.h. — Bn'fhnrfir.
U n.m. nn.l 7.30 n.m.: Mt Hankin, -T
?«.m.— Tin: C. A. Jrc75onnld.'
? Rulvntinn Army. — 7 n.m. Knee, Drill,
11 a.m. TToIwiops Mooting, 3.30 p.-.n.
Vnuntf Peopln'e Service, .7.30 p.m. T,P.
Anniinl,— I/lent.-Colono] Al^Utoo (0
CJisrgo.
Methodist Church.— Bathurst, William-
street,— 11 a.m.— Rev. W. M.
Woodhouse, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. G. W.
Payne, Bathurst South, 11 a.m.— Rev.
G. W. Payne, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. W. M.
Woodhouse: Bloom Hill, 3 p.m.— Mr. A.
D. Fairley; White Rock. 3 p.m.— Rev.
G. W. Payne; Perthville, 3 p.m.— Mr.
W. S. Gentle: Dunkeld, 3 p.m.— Mr. H.
Naylor; Wattle Flat, 3 p.m.— Mr. H.
Harris; Caloola, 3 p.m. In Memorium
Service (Mrs. Noble Wilson}— Rev. W.
M. Woodhouse.
Baptist.Church.— Bathurst, 11 a.m.
and 7.30 p.m.; Raglan, 3 p.m. — Rev. A.
J. Waldock (President of the Baptist
Union); Eglinton, 7.30 p.m.— Supply.
Congregational Church.— Bathurst.
11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Mt Rankin, 3
p.m.— Rev. G. A. McDonald.
Salvation Army. — 7 a.m. Knee Drill,
11 a.m. Holiness Meeting, 3.30 p.m.
Young People's Service, 7.30 p.m. Y.P.
Annual,— Lieut.-Colonel Alliston in
charge.
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Friday 6 December 1918 page 2 2017-05-24 23:17 rrmni.cn services.
8IINDAY, DK0RMBER 8.
.... All -.Hatnta,;. Cathedral.— 7.30 a.m.
. [1.07; iltu'.iti. MatijiBl — Rov. Canon Har
ris: '7.30 ip.m. Evensong.— Oanon Hnr
ris;, 7.30. p.m. St. Paul's Church.— Can-
Poriiih.-of 'KelEo.— KoUo,'7;30 a.m. nnd
11 am.: Glanmire, 3 p.m.; Pool, 7.30
p.m. ,
. St. ..Barnabas' Soiilh Batnnrst.— 8 n.
m. H.C. and II 'a.m. JtatiiiH. — Arch-
'lc'acon Howcll; 7.30 p.m. Evensong.—
Tlov: S. O'B. Bnll. '
Pariah of O'Connoll.— Eydal, 11 a.m.
H.C: Mount LambiB; 3 p.m.) Tamna.
7.30 p.m. .-?
CHURCH SERVICES.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8.
All Saints' Cathedral.— 7.30 a.m.
H.C., 11 a.m. Matins.— Rev. Canon Harris;
7.30 p.m. Evensong.— Canon Harris;
Wilton. Acting Dean.
Parish of Kelso.— Kelso, 7.30 a.m. and
11 a.m.: Glanmire, 3 p.m.; Peel, 7.30
p.m.
St. Barnabas' South Bathurst.— 8 a.m.
H.C. and 11 a.m. Matins.— Arch-
deacon Howell; 7.30 p.m. Evensong.—
Rev. S. O'B. Ball.
Parish of O'Connell.— Rydal, 11 a.m.
H.C.: Mount Lambie, 3 p.m. Tarana,
7.30 p.m.
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 25 August 1930 page 3 2017-05-24 23:08 m MEM0R1AM ~ j
WHITE: In fond and loving memory I
. of our .darling son and brother, !
Edward : Daniel . (Eddie) who diedi
suddenly at Nyngan on 25/8/29. |
Loving and true in ail his ways,
Uprigljl and Just to the end of his
days: \ '? - . r
Ready to. help in tlmp .of need,
'May his soul rest in peace.''
Inserted . by hW loving father, moht
IN MM0RIAM
dear nephew and ? cousin, JMdle,
?? who passed away at Nyngan on
One of the best that God ; could send,
ro gain a glorious life above. '
Inserted by his loving, uncle Tom.
taint Mary, and cousins. . ..
/ ? IN MEMORIAM -
HUDSON: In fond .memory of Pred
. orlck Allen Hudson, who depart
ed this life August 25th, 1927, aged,
81 years. - —
Though absent from, among us; ~
Always present in our thoughts. !
? Inserted by his loving -wife, child
IN MEMORIAM ———
WHITE: In fond and loving memory
of our darling son and brother,
Edward Daniel (Eddie) who died
suddenly at Nyngan on 25/8/29.
Loving and true in all his ways,
Upright and just to the end of his
days:
Ready to help in time of need,
"May his soul rest in peace.''
Inserted by his loving father, mother,
IN MEMORIAM ———
dear nephew and cousin, Eddie,
who passed away at Nyngan on
One of the best that God could send,
To gain a glorious life above.
Inserted by his loving uncle Tom,
Aunt Mary, and cousins.
IN MEMORIAM ———
HUDSON: In fond memory of Frederick
this life August 25th, 1927, aged
81 years.
Though absent from among us,
Always present in our thoughts.
AD PATRES. JOHN ARCHER. (Article), Molong Argus (NSW : 1896 - 1921), Friday 18 August 1916 [Issue No.1088] page 7 2017-05-23 01:43 One thing worthy mentioning bora
*aot 1)13 t)eidg married at
Mitchell g Crack (not tbe creek near
I'rying Pan, and wbioh is now oalled
liunny Corner), and I, ibough not
married there, first saw my wifo there.
00 that Jobo Archer beaded mo in
Old Mitoboll'a Creek waa a lively
placo in thoeo daysj plenty of quarts,
a dozen or so batteries going nigbij
and day, evorybody ompl'oyoti, and
whisky galoro -tho moat sociable place
1 waa ever in-though the olimata
during the wintor montha waa eseor
anow, we were a jolly lot-and by no
means a drunken crowd-aa tho afore
said reference to wbieky might imply.
difficulty when I want to toll a good
story anept M itchell's and Bob's Crack,
its batteries, ita social gatherings, iu
gonial bonifaeea, good billiardista,
Btnurt boxers, lively dancers, hardy
moo, and amiable, pretty women
and tbey wero, both matrons and
maids-worthy of oUC regard tbeo,
| Volo-John Arcber.
G.O J.
One thing worthy mentioning here
is the fact of his being married at
Mitchell's Creek (not the creek near
Frying Pan, and which is now called
Sunny Corner), and I, though not
married there, first saw my wife there.
So that John Archer headed me in
Old Mitchell's Creek was a lively
place in those days; plenty of quartz,
a dozen or so batteries going night
and day, everybody employed, and
whisky galore — the most sociable place
I was ever in — though the climate
during the winter months was execrable.
snow, we were a jolly lot — and by no
means a drunken crowd — as the aforesaid
reference to whisky might imply.
difficulty when I want to tell a good
story anent Mitchell's and Bob's Creek,
its batteries, its social gatherings, its
genial bonifaces, good billiardists,
smart boxers, lively dancers, hardy
men, and amiable, pretty women —
and they were, both matrons and
maids — worthy of our regard then,
Vale — John Archer.
G.C J.
AD PATRES. JOHN ARCHER. (Article), Molong Argus (NSW : 1896 - 1921), Friday 18 August 1916 [Issue No.1088] page 7 2017-05-23 01:32 Thus tba men I knaw in Sofala and
on the Tnron, bo knew ; and tbo man
be knew at Wattle Flat and Mitchelfs
Greek, I knew. 8o, alao, later on. at
rambaroora, Windeyer, Louiaa Oroek,
tbe Menoo, Qulgong ; wo had mot tho
same men, witneased tba same sconea
(and aome of them were most exciting),
and probably bad mot each oiber ia tho
crowd, but only aa etrangera. My old
tnend pnt in a Ioogor spell at oold
digging ibati I did-though I think I
started earlier. Hnwevpr, of late years
bo refreshed my memory as t0 many
happenings away back in tbo oariy
sixties, ami fator a^ain, in tho seven
tioa. John Archer'a memory waa a
revelation. Mine ia pretty good, but I
give him tbe palm, UDd have gladly
availed myself of bia rooollection of
old times when Ibavo been in doubt.
I had alwaya thought ha waa a
native of New South Walaa; but ho
luformed me, some time ago, cbat ba
came from tbe West of England
Cornwall probably-but tbufc he and
bia brothers oame out with theic pan
onta when very young.
see him a second time ; bad it ao hap
paned I should have learned mora
about bim-I mean his personality
-and should thua havo been bettGc
.iblo than I am now to write auoh an
ia Memoriam of bim that so good a
Thus the men I knew in Sofala and
on the Turon, he knew ; and the men
he knew at Wattle Flat and Mitchell's
Creek, I knew. So, also, later on, at
Tambaroora, Windeyer, Louisa Creek,
the Menoo, Gulgong ; we had met the
same men, witnessed the same scenes
(and some of them were most exciting),
and probably had met each other in the
crowd, but only as strangers. My old
friend put in a longer spell at gold
digging than I did — though I think I
started earlier. However, of late years
he refreshed my memory as to many
happenings away back in the early
sixties, and later again, in the seventies.
John Archer's memory was a
revelation. Mine is pretty good, but I
give him the palm, and have gladly
availed myself of his recollection of
old times when I have been in doubt.
I had always thought he was a
native of New South Wales; but he
informed me, some time ago, that he
came from the West of England —
Cornwall probably — but that he and
his brothers came out with their parents
when very young.
see him a second time ; had it so happened
I should have learned more
about him — I mean his personality
— and should thus have been better
able than I am now to write such an
In Memoriam of him that so good a
AD PATRES. JOHN ARCHER. (Article), Molong Argus (NSW : 1896 - 1921), Friday 18 August 1916 [Issue No.1088] page 7 2017-05-23 01:21 AD PATRE8.
JOHN ARCH EH.
And now another old friond bai
OtOBBBO ovoc to tho Groat Boyond
there to join othor old friftnda of Jong
ago-and tbe paragraph iu Fddny'«
Anoos announcing hia dontb, ouran a a
a shock to mo, in that I was oxpeating
a Icttnr from him. It only on
raeadfty last, tho tiny of ray friend's
ntb, 'k"' liorl f\ number of bio
Iflttera in a bundle to put away io a
?, r®°.BPlfl0's! and now tho man
r ii?r i 18 put aW0JI boyont1 recall; nod
l tblnk we may assign bim a high
plaoe, and grave on bia tombatone tbo
WOrdB AD A8TBA PKB AP.DUA, lot from
my knowledge of bim ba wag worthy
of« good Bast among tho imraorUIa.
Ibo fast letter I reoeived from Mr
which lotter bo furnished mo with
aome interesting information regarding
people I bad met yoare ago in, and
"y'atODB, where my friond ro
sided for aome yeara, and waa highly
tOBpeoted, Bod known by evory body aa
' Arobie. ' In [not, be wag ao called
on the several diggings on wbicb we
both labored at various timea. Yet
strange to aay, we never mot on any of
them though od them at tbo aaniB
time-wbioh wo have verified by com
persona and events,
It waa only a few yeara ago that wo
mot-though prior to out masting wa
bad beooma known to oaob other
through Ibe medium-of the MOLONO
Ahods, wbiob led to a regular correa
pondeoce. Then be came to aeo mo
at my oamp at Moaman, and, over a
cup of tea, we bad a long yarn about
tno old days-when we ware quite
young-be a iad, and 1 jnat passing
into manhood (for 1 waa aomo fow
yeara bta senior.)
AD PATRES.
JOHN ARCHER.
And now another old friend has
crossed over to the Great Beyond —
there to join other old friends of long
ago — and the paragraph in Friday's
ARGUS announcing his death, came as
a shock to me, in that I was expecting
a letter from him. It was only on
Tuesday last, the day of my friend's
death, that I tied a number of his
letters in a bundle to put away in a
safe receptacle; and now the man
himself is put away beyond recall; and
l think we may assign him a high
place, and grave on his tombstone the
words AD ASTRA PER ARDUA, for from
my knowledge of him he was worthy
of a good seat among the immortals.
The last letter I received from Mr
which letter he furnished me with
some interesting information regarding
people I had met years ago in, and near
Rylstone, where my friend resided
for some years, and was highly
respected, and known by every body as
" Archie." In fact, he was so called
on the several diggings on which we
both labored at various times. Yet,
strange to say, we never met on any of
them — though on them at the same
time — which we have verified by comparing
persons and events.
It was only a few years ago that we
met — though prior to our meeting we
had become known to each other
through the medium of the MOLONG
ARGUS, which led to a regular correspondence.
Then he came to see me
at my camp at Mosman, and, over a
cup of tea, we had a long yarn about
the old days — when we were quite
young — he a lad, and I just passing
into manhood (for I was some few
years his senior.)
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 29 September 1917 page 2 2017-05-23 00:58 who died in Nurse Han'ley's Private
Sacred heart of Jesus Have mercy
Inserted by her affectionate mother
. i«v.-|a\v, Mrs. J.. Walsh, and family,
' WHITE. — In loving1 memory of my
dear mother, Elizabeth White who
20'th September, 1916.
Rest dear mother, sweetly rest,
\Vi\ miss you mo,st who lovo you best.
in law . P. and1 F. Langham and
family. ? ___^_
AU8TRALIA FOR AUSTRALIANS.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. iyi7
who died in Nurse Hanley's Private
Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy
Inserted by her affectionate mother-
in-law, Mrs. J. Walsh, and family,
WHITE. — In loving memory of my
dear mother, Elizabeth White, who
29th September, 1916.
Rest dear mother, sweetly rest.
We miss you most who love you best.
in law P. and F. Langham and
family.
AUSTRALIA FOR AUSTRALIANS.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1917
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 March 1918 [Issue No.25,017] page 6 2017-05-23 00:48 HETHERINGTON.- In loving memory of my dear hus-
Varch 12, 1915. Thy will be done. Inserted by
hil loving wife, cuus, nnd daughters-in-law, and
crandchildietl.
HOSKING.- In loving memory of my dear daughter,
Hattie, died March 12; 1917. Inserted by her loving;
fuher, mother, and sister and brother. '
JOSEPHS.-In ever loving memory of our darling
daughter and sister, Emily May. who departed this
life Mj-Th 12, 1911. Inserted by hor loving lather
nnd 'mother, and brother, Harry.
JOSEPUS.-In aiT»ctlonato remembrance of our Vivltig
«tata:, Ctnlly May, who departed this life March
V", Miu. Inserted hy Nellie and Qe-orge McCratli,
und little nephew, George.
JOYCE - In loving memory of our dear grandson and
aged 2 years and 7 months. Inserted by his lov
tug grandfather and auntie*. Nellie and Doris Butler.
KITCHING.-In loving memory of our dear son and
brother. Harold Victor Hitching, who departed thia
.life March 12, 1917.
Your menioiy it* as dear to-day
As in the hour you pasted away.
A belter son and brother never lived.
Tratxtcd bv his loving mother, brothers, and
kistcrs, Arthur, Hodcrielr, Ruby, Nellie.
KUHN.-In loving m.-mory of our dear son and
brother, Francis Phillip Kulin, who departed this
lils March 12, I«. At rest. Inserted by his
Tiiotbor and .V. and P., his brothers.
KUHN.-In loving memorv of roy dear brother, Prank,
«rho deoarted this life Miin-h 12, IMS. Inserted hy
his loving pisl IT, Beatrice
LOWE.-Io loving memory of our dear daughter, Vorn,
who died March 12, 191D, uged 0 years and KI
months. Sadly missed from" home. -I» Inserted by
lier loving father and mutlicr, Jwm-9 fluid Martha,
and brother and rider. 'Ç^
McCULLA. - In loving and affectionate memory of my
March 12, 19U.
Your tiicincry 1« ai dear to-dny
As in the hour you pwtse-d away.
Tiisct teil by his lovbig wife and family.
McKENZIE.-In loving memory of my dear father,
"¡SOO. inserted by tua loving son, Donald.
McKINNEY.-In loving memory of my dearly beloved
husband and our dear lather, Robert McKinney, Wattle
Flat, dlod M.«rch 12, 1911. Inserted hy his loving
wife, 8. MtKiuney and family. At rest.
HADDISON.-hi cv er-lnvirg nioniory of our dear
lather. Michael, wlvo departed tliii. life March 12,
ISIS. With Chnl't, which is fir belter. Iiescrtcd
by hi. loving daughters. Maggie, Llsdc, Polly,
Kssie. Cl«d>-s, Emily.
MEREDITH.-In lovuig memory of our dear lirotlier,
Clharles, who died Mandi 11, 1909. Inwrted hv lils
i/wtnf» hroehrr arid sister-in-law. Hob, 1.11., and KIlun,
.»nr -Walter Georgo P'C MA, I! Se,, at Cainsford
'Toto BÏÏt«'T"ot htrth Sidney, March 12, 1917
There s glailiici in renn murante
ROBERTSON -In loving memory of our dear mother,
Annie, who departed this life March 11. 1916. In-
«cried* bj her loi lig sons ami ("aughtcr, Jatk (on
Retire .emee). Jim. and Muriel.
cirvnvitc - In loving iicmo-v or our dear fatliir omi
&Tr_l*aüier, And-cvv l.iut-i vvho .Upai ted this life
_Hrdi 12 W ag«l 7« J?r, »«t dru* d.;l !..
¿vrtod by hi» lov""- diurlit-r- mid sons lincoln .I-HI
Jim (on active btrrn-e in Iranie), ah» gramlciill
STAPLETON. - In loving memory of our dearly loved
mother Annie F. Stapleton, who died at 13 Davidson
street, Balmain, March 12, 1902 aged 33 years. In-
serted by her loving children, Sidney, Flossie, Cla-
THORPE - In loving memory of my dear mother Mrs. Louisa Thorpe, who departed this life March 12 1914.
rout yclire have i-ived ami none can till
Tho losa of one vve lovel so well
Hut while ehe lies in . « eful sleep
TnJSbr^^onnr^l'^MTw _ Phillips
*O Tf .&T°5A' '5_dS.rn,i.inS: Ä 'J!0,!
_«¿nber 6 1912 duleen m Jem» Inserted by their
lovin*? clilldren, Sarah and Oorlon
WESTACOTT - In loving memory of my dear wife and
our darling; mother, who departed this life March 12
191
Her wean hours, her da* ol rim,
Uer troubled night» are paired,
' Her ever pRtient, »ora out framo
Haa found sweet rent at last.
-»-ted hi lier loving "urbana, oons, _na daughter,
Artluu-, Lea, May i
_ On Active Service.
IBB rü___.-la loving memory of my deir friend,
ArtlrBr _ Bottier, who tras killed in action (Trance).
»are* li, MU, Inserted by hli loiing mate, Robert
A. HiUldajr, _
HETHERINGTON.— In loving memory of my dear husband,
March 12, 1916. Thy will be done. Inserted by
his loving wife, sons, and daughters-in-law, and
grandchildren.
HOSKING.— In loving memory of my dear daughter,
Hattie, died March 12, 1917. Inserted by her loving
father, mother, and sister and brother.
JOSEPHS.— In ever loving memory of our darling
daughter and sister, Emily May, who departed this
life March 12, 1914. Inserted by her loving father
and mother, and brother, Harry.
JOSEPHS.— In affectionate remembrance of our loving
sister, Emily May, who departed this life March
12, 1914. Inserted by Nellie and George McGrath,
and little nephew, George.
JOYCE.— In loving memory of our dear grandson and
aged 2 years and 7 months. Inserted by his loving
grandfather and aunties, Nellie and Doris Butler.
KITCHING.— In loving memory of our dear son and
brother, Harold Victor Hitching, who departed this
life March 12, 1917.
Your memory is as dear to-day
As in the hour you passed away.
A better son and brother never lived.
Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and
sisters, Arthur, Roderick, Ruby, Nellie.
KUHN.— In loving memory of our dear son and
brother, Francis Phillip Kuhn, who departed this
life March 12, 1903. At rest. Inserted by his
mother and A. and P., his brothers.
KUHN.— In loving memory of my dear brother, Frank,
who departed this life March 12, 1903. Inserted by
his loving sister, Beatrice.
LOWE.— In loving memory of our dear daughter, Vera,
who died March 12, 1916, aged 6 years and 10
months. Sadly missed from home. Inserted by
her loving father and mother, James and Martha,
and brother and sister.
McCULLA.— In loving and affectionate memory of my
March 12, 1911.
Your memory is as dear to-day
As in the hour you passed away.
Inserted by his loving wife and family.
McKENZIE.— In loving memory of my dear father,
1900. Inserted by his loving son, Donald.
McKINNEY.— In loving memory of my dearly beloved
husband and our dear father, Robert McKinney, Wattle
Flat, died March 12, 1911. Inserted by his loving
wife, S. McKinney and family. At rest.
MADDISON.— In ever-loving memory of our dear
father, Michael, who departed this life March 12,
1913. With Christ, which is far better. Inserted
by his loving daughters, Maggie, Lizzie, Polly,
Essie, Gladys, Emily.
MEREDITH.— In loving memory of our dear brother,
Charles, who died March 11, 1909. Inserted by his
loving brother and sister-in-law, Bob, Lil., and EIlen,
PYE.— Walter George Pye, M.A., B.Sc., at Gainsford
Lodge, Bent-street, North Sydney, March 12, 1917.
There's gladness in remembrance.
ROBERTSON.— In loving memory of our dear mother,
Annie, who departed this life March 11, 1916. Inserted
by her loving sons and daughter, Jack (on
active service), Jim, and Muriel.
SJOBERG.— In loving memory or our dear father and
grandfather, Andrew Gustav, who departed this life
March 12, 1917, aged 76 years. Rest, dear dad. Inserted
by his loving daughters and sons, Lincoln and
Jim (on active service in France), also grandchildren.
STAPLETON.— In loving memory of our dearly-loved
mother, Annie F. Stapleton, who died at 13 Davidson-
by her loving children, Sidney, Flossie, Clarence,
THORPE.— In loving memory of my dear mother Mrs. Louisa Thorpe, who departed this life March 12 1914.
Four years have passed and none can tell
The loss of one we loved so well :
But while she lies in peaceful sleep
Her memory we will always keep.
Inserted by her loving daughter, Mrs. W. E. Phillips.
TENESS.— In memory of our dear mother, who died
march 12, 1915; also of our dear father, who died
December 5 1912. Asleep in Jesus. Inserted by their
loving children, Sarah and Gordon.
WESTACOTT.— In loving memory of my dear wife and
our darling mother, who departed this life March 12,
1917.
Her weary hours, her days of pain,
Her troubled nights are passed,
Her ever patient, worn out frame
Has found sweet rest at last.
Inserted by her loving husband, sons, and daughter,
Arthur, Les, May.
On Active Service.
BUTCHER..— In loving memory of my dear friend,
Arthur ... Butcher, who was killed in action (France),
March 12, 1917. Inserted by his loving mate, Robert
A. Halliday.

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