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1 JohnWarren 4,649,952
2 noelwoodhouse 3,157,992
3 NeilHamilton 3,137,092
4 John.F.Hall 2,376,320
5 annmanley 2,277,348
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6108 cobaltblue 2,074
6109 Guitarhero4 2,073
6110 JuneRat 2,073
6111 boxpaul 2,072
6112 kpeken 2,071
6113 LNewm 2,071

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July 2017 125
June 2017 583
October 2016 70
August 2016 3
July 2016 268
May 2016 324
April 2016 151
March 2016 14
February 2016 6
January 2016 5
October 2015 112
August 2015 249
June 2015 162

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,649,899
2 noelwoodhouse 3,157,992
3 NeilHamilton 3,137,092
4 John.F.Hall 2,376,315
5 annmanley 2,277,278
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6119 SunderlandSite 2,066
6120 cambalong 2,065
6121 cityfitz 2,065
6122 boxpaul 2,064
6123 Elan13 2,064
6124 johardy 2,063

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July 2017 125
June 2017 575
October 2016 70
August 2016 3
July 2016 268
May 2016 324
April 2016 151
March 2016 14
February 2016 6
January 2016 5
October 2015 112
August 2015 249
June 2015 162

Hall o' fame ranking

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1 jaybee67 103,182
2 mickbrook 98,215
3 murds5 54,225
4 PhilThomas 39,298
5 EricTheRed 20,242
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1047 Wolumla1 9
1048 annemade 8
1049 australharmony 8
1050 boxpaul 8
1051 Bryon 8
1052 CharmaineD 8

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Died in the Bush. (Article), The Temora Star (NSW : 1881 - 1883; 1899 - 1906; 1914; 1925; 1933), Saturday 1 August 1903 [Issue No.65] page 2 2017-07-23 11:22 The death of a well-known 'Wyalong identity
ljpmQ,.and shortly after his body waB
found hear, the spot where tlie woman
parted, company' with liim, by; a young
'.man named Robert Burrett, of Euroka
Station. Tlie bottlo was found beside
the body nearly empty. Deceasod
leaves a widow -juid four children. A.
v'erdict'was returned that death re
sulted from exposure accelerated by
intemperance . , ... .. . .
The death of a well-known Wyalong identity










Died in the Bush. (Article), The Temora Star (NSW : 1881 - 1883; 1899 - 1906; 1914; 1925; 1933), Saturday 1 August 1903 [Issue No.65] page 2 2017-07-23 11:19 THK cloath of a well-known 'Wyalong
'identity, ./riiaTnGeL. Robert' hBodblj' 54'
ycars;of age, took place , on Saturday
last, under ver.y diatrcssing. cireum:.
twenty-four miles froiii Wyalong. The
body was Drought to vy yalong by G a.
stalileH ughes, pf.MoraH.gorell. A mag
isterial inquiryjyas held'ori: /Monday,'
and from the evidence given ..it seems
..that deceased, who had been employed
at East Bland station for the past nino
years, and ha, d dome in liy buggy oh"
"Friday last for tbe purpose of getting:
a nurse to attend his wife. He started ;
for liome about 3, .o'clock in tho.pftcr-J
noon, with a ririrsa, ii woman named ?
Johanne Hulm. ' Tlio - weather being'
.colij'with drizzling r.-iin, Bb'del, ' before
-staftuig out, purchased a bottlo of
schnapps, and had a fow drinks. oil the
way. The woman refused the liquor.,
When half of tho journey had been
accomplished, tho drink began rio take
effeet on Bodei; and Mrs. Hulm had;
to take the reins until Batik Creok' wriA
readied, where the buggy - - became-'
bogged, and the/horse, . in: kicking,,
broke one or ."Uie Shafts.! 'Jl'he.tiaiiple-:
succeeded in extricating ' thomselves>:
from their- perilous. position, arid, aftqm
..wading through water ' nearly up ' td'-
their waists, landed on terra firma,
and proceeded the rest of the journey
orj " ; foot, it b'eiu'g t'heu' quite dark!
Owing to a disagreement as -to the
proper road, Bodel elected to go his
way, while tho woman went -hers.
The Inst she saw of him was that he
had fallen down with the bottlo beside
him. The woman was out all night, -
and early next rooming came ! to.
Holmes' selection. . -On subsequent inr
quiry at East Bland station it was
found that Bo'del had not arrived at"
The death of a well-known 'Wyalong identity
named Robert Bodel, 54 years of age, took
place on Saturday last, under very distressing
twenty four miles from Wyalong. The body
was brought to Wyalong by a Constable
Hughes of Moramgorell. A Magisterial inquiry
was held on Monday, and from the evidence
given it seems that deceased, who had been
employed at East Bland Station for the past
nine years, and come in by buggy on Friday
last for the purpose of getting a nurse to attend
his wife. He started for home about 3 o'clock
in the afternoon with a nurse, a woman named
Johanne Hulm. The weather being cold and
drizzling rain, Bodel, before starting out
purchased a bottle of schnapps, and had a few
drinks on the way. The woman refused the
liquor. when half of the journey had been
accomplished, the drink began to take effect
on Bodel, and Mrs Hulm had to take the reins
until Back Creek was reached, and the horse,
in kicking, broke one of the shafts.
The couple succeeded in extricating themselves
from their perilous position, and, after wading
through water nearly up to their waists, landed
on terra firma, and proceeded the rest of the
journey on foot, it being then quite dark.
Owing to a disagreement as to the proper
road, Bodel elected to go his way, while the
woman went hers. The last she saw of him
was that he had fallen down with the bottle
beside him. Them woman was out all night,
and early next morning came to Holmes'
Station it was found that Bodel had not
arrived at home, and shortly after his body was
found near the spot where the woman parted
company with him, by a young man named
Robert Barett, of Euroka Station.
The bottle was found beside the body nearly
empty.
The deceased leaves a widow and four children
A verdict was returned that death resulted
from exposure accelerated by intemperance.
Gift Evening For Miss Bodel (Article), The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954), Thursday 2 October 1947 page 6 2017-07-23 07:53 For Miss Bodel
Although she was 'absent
from Mallee Plains district tor
some years, Miss Ella Bode!,
whose marriage to Mr. Wilfred
Dean took place at West Wya
long on Friday last, was the
guest of honour at the Mallee
Plains Hall last week, when
several frlendB and neighbours
were present.
A daughter of Mrs. Bodel and
the late Mr. Bode) of Marsden
toad, Wyalong, she had a bril
liant career in her educatlou,
with a record of scholarships
Frotn the Primary School to the
University of Sydney. After ap
pointments at Lismore and Con
dobcflin, she was transferred
some time ago to the Inter
mediate High School staff al
West Wyalong.
The Chairman of thfe official I
proceedings, Mr. C. Heym, In
congratulatmg Miss Bodel and
Mr. Dean on their impending
marriage, said that if Miss
Bodel made the same success
of her married life that sh?
made of her profession, they j
•would indeed be happy. Mai-1
lee Plains folk were proud of!
the progress she had made, j
and they appreciated the facl|

that"it had hot spoilt her happy
and friendly disposition. They
were also happy that she had I
chosen a resident of Mallee I
Plains for her life's partner I
apd that the marriage would
unite two of the district's old
est families.
Messrs E. O. Ln'*'7>w, N.1
Monrrleff, A. 0. Cattle, . H.
Dart and Mrs. M. Bucknell
added to the Remarks made
by Mr. Heym, and extending
their good w'she.s to Miss
Bbdel add Mr. Dean.
. A nnmber or valuable pre
sents were presented to M'ss
Bodel hy Mrs. Bucknell, who
asked her to.accept them with,
the hest wishes of her friends
at Maliee Plains and West
Wyalong.
Both Miss Bodel and Mr. Dean
responded, thankig the organ
'eer., of the function .and their
friends for the very enjoyable
evening and the handsome
gifts.
Mallee Plains ladies served
a very nice supper.
A .number of apologies were
received from those who were
unable to attend.
Gift Evening for Miss Bodel
Although she was absent from Mallee Plains
district tor for some years, Miss Ella Bodel,
whose marriage to Mr Wilfred Dean
was the guest of honour at the Mallee
Plains Hall last week, when several friends
A daughter of Mrs Bodel and the late
Mr Bodel of Marsden Road, Wyalong, she
had a brilliant career in her education, with a
record of scholarships from the Primary school
to the University of Sydney. After appointments
at Lismore and Condoblin, she was transferred
some time ago to the intermediate High
Mr C Heym, in congratulating Miss Bodel and
Mr Dean on their impending marriage, said
that if Miss Bodel made the same success of
her married life that she made of her
Mallee Plains folk were proud of the progress
she had made, and they appreciated the fact
that she had not spoilt her happy and friendly
life's partner and that the marriage would unite
tow of the district's oldest families
Messrs E O Laslow, N Moncrieff, A G Cattle,
H Dart and Mrs M Bucknell added to the
remarks made my Mr Heym, and extending
their good wishes to Miss Bodel and Mr Dean.
A number of valuable presents were presented
to Miss Bodel by Mrs Bucknell, who asked her
to accept them with the best wishes of her
friends at Mallee Plains and West Wyalong.
Both Miss Bodel and Mr Dean responded,
thanking the organisers of the function and
their friends for the very enjoyable evening and
Mallee ladies served a very nice supper.
A number of apologies were received from
those who were unable to attend.

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