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2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,478
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1189 Kim-B. 23,329
1190 Armadale21 23,315
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1192 CtrlGeek 23,242
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1 JohnWarren 4,459,914
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,473
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2942 KatherineStubbs 6,266
2943 adnelg15 6,264
2944 JessieJaneKerrThomson 6,264
2945 CtrlGeek 6,261
2946 bindyeye 6,256
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October 2016 1,014
August 2016 214
July 2016 86
June 2016 925
May 2016 1,823
April 2016 169
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2 mickbrook 82,485
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,408
5 EricTheRed 20,242
6 Stephans 19,868
7 ctrlgeek 16,981
8 mollyzmum 5,671
9 RodAanensen 4,183

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GUNNING NEWS Personal (Article), Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954), Wednesday 3 May 1950 page 4 2017-05-15 23:21 gunning news !
( From Our Correspondent) .......'.....,..1,
Personal1
League Football Team had a suc
cessful, if busy week-end. On Sat
a daughter Robynne, and on Sun
day. Gunning wa-s victorious in
both grades against Crookwell In
showing that Gunning's recent sue-
in fbotball in this district.
wcrk organising a dance to be held
Mr. .T. J. Gazxoli. the licensee of
most improved player in both .grades
during the season. These in ad
by Mr. D. Cummings. for the player
in eithnr grade scoring the most
Irles during the season, will be
; The coach, Mr. Murphy, read
' duties of the players and their re-
! sponsibilitles to the club and to
i which all players would do well
i to follow.
17 171mim« QjlAW
GUNNING NEWS
Personal
League Football Team had a suc-
cessful, if busy week-end. On Sat-
a daughter Robynne, and on Sun-
day. Gunning was victorious in
both grades against Crookwell in
showing that Gunning's recent suc-
in football in this district.
work organising a dance to be held
Mr. J. J. Gazzoli. the licensee of
most improved player in both grades
during the season. These in ad-
by Mr. D. Cumming, for the player
in either grade scoring the most
trles during the season, will be
The coach, Mr. Murphy, read
duties of the players and their re-
sponsibilitles to the club and to
which all players would do well
to follow.
C. of E. Flower Show
GUNNING. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Tuesday 18 May 1886 page 3 2017-05-15 22:32 From our_ Correspondent.
No selecotions at the Lands Office on Thursday
top of some produce. When near Mrs. Roborts',
occupants were thrown cut, Mrs. Kennedy escaping
that the army intend to establish a permanent bar
Alluding to the scene on the eve of Mr. Glad
Wesloyan clergyman in Australasia, were buried in
had been 56 years in.the Ministry.
From our Correspondent.
No selections at the Lands Office on Thursday
top of some produce. When near Mrs. Roberts',
occupants were thrown out, Mrs. Kennedy escaping
that the army intend to establish a permanent bar-
Alluding to the scene on the eve of Mr. Glad-
Wesleyan clergyman in Australasia, were buried in
had been 56 years in the Ministry.
GUNNING. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Tuesday 31 December 1889 page 4 2017-05-15 22:12 13615'o7ll::T GU'R'oIH CIItoj.io ClxUu,
BALANCE-SHEET, GUNNING CRICKET CLUB
SEASON 1888-1889
GUNNING. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Tuesday 31 December 1889 page 4 2017-05-15 22:10 Gootlelml,--Iil sulbmlitting their report for thilefpst
p'or, yoor committoc is Fltootds to soay tht tho paslt
•eooon hloCs most a tlest icccll oso--both lno.nooillfy
sd d ith tile dlel".
T'ho beot battiog avorages were ocorod. by tim fot
]owitg pliyers, iuod nre o s solloos :--E. .ool,
14.75 ".T. . Pllomb, 902 ; a. S. Whsetiop, 8.2 W. P.
,?Iorlplhy, 8; Prodcrics Wlheotloy. 8; W. DooiSoy,. 0.5;
j. ST. S;n;do, 4.25; .. D. Ieid,.1.25. Tile best bowliie;
;v;orago 0r0 leoIb by fItossr. Tooihoy, Phni;"b,10ouirdo
;;;;d Deney. .
Gentlemen,--In submitting their report for the past
year, your committee is pleased to say that the past
season has been a most successful one -- both financially
and in the field.
The best batting averages were scored by the fol-
lowing players, and are as follows :--E. Toohey,
14.75 ; T. W. Plumb, 9.2 ; A. S. Wheatley, 8.2 ; W. P.
Morphy, 8; Frederick Wheatley, 8; W. Denny, 6.5;
J. S. Sands, 4.25; J. D. Reid, 4.25. The best bowling
averages are held by Messrs. Toohey, Plumb, Sands,
and Denny. .
GUNNING. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Tuesday 31 December 1889 page 4 2017-05-15 21:31 it many sad and pleasant memocies. The usual
worship on Chiristmas night. The effect was
vote of thonh socourded to each of the gentlemen
named fortheir. liberal donations to the club.
bolaoce-sheot, each of which woa favourobly
commented upon and finally odopted. The
lidances are in a m ore flouriehing condition than
ooany sec:lnon herotofore, the belance showing
£G Gs Id on the rieht side. In consequence of
the largo sum in hooand and with the hope of
induoing young ladt to join' the club, it was
etroe?ted to lower tiee subscription from 7t Gd
to ". long l:nd animated dieounsion resulted,
but thbo inlter wos alloved to stand over until
the eleootion of the oflicers, which then followed.
Mr. J. h. Hu?oe was unanimously elected
president, tIr. F. W. Timmoie vico-presidooent.
For tho ofois of secrotary 11r. W. Denny was
•Iorphy for re-election. That gentleman
ocoepted and returned thanks, but intimated
that hid stay in Gunning wieds uncertain and
thonght the election of some one more likely to
remain would have been better. A goeneral
committee, consisting of ?Iessrs. W. Denny,
F. Wheatlor, W. T. Plumb, L. Sands, and
of subscription was again brought up. Mir.
Morphy. proposed and Air. Thompson becooded
that the fee for the yoear he le, and if any extra
expense be incurred a levy of 2s Gd per member
be cnodo. The reason why a levy was proposed
was some members woro in favour of having a
now matting for thebo wicket, which it was
contended would be too expensive, thebo cost of a
good matting bheing likely to absorb the whole
of the cash in baud. Mr. Plumb moved as an
ainondment that old members pay 7s Gd is last
season, but now pay only is. There was no
ecoodeor to the amendment and the original
motin wn athereioro carrtiet. Ao it eppEaroaO to
ho thbo unanimous wish of the mooting to have the
wiolet iroproved, Mir. Morphy moved that the
committeo ho inltructed to uscortlin, the best
means for improviug the wiekot. Seconded by
Mtr.' Denny and carried. Theo usual votes of
thoanks to rotiring olfficrs nud tho chairman
wore carided by ecolrmoation, nd lthe meeting
oloaed. Annexed are the report anud balanco
hoct:-- .
Annuai Ioport Gummiog C.C., lSSI).
it many sad and pleasant memories. The usual
worship on Christmas night. The effect was
vote of thanks accorded to each of the gentlemen
named for their liberal donations to the club.
balance-sheet, each of which was favourably
commented upon and finally adopted. The
finances are in a more flourishing condition than
any season heretofore, the balance showing
£6 6s 4d on the right side. In consequence of
the large sum in hand and with the hope of
inducing young lads to join the club, it was
suggested to lower the subscription from 7s 6d
to 5s. A long and animated discussion resulted,
but the matter was allowed to stand over until
the election of the officers, which then followed.
Mr. J. H. Hume was unanimously elected
president, Mr. F. W. Timmis vice-president.
For the office of secretary Mr. W. Denny was
Morphy for re-election. That gentleman
accepted and returned thanks, but intimated
that his stay in Gunning was uncertain and
thought the election of some one more likely to
remain would have been better. A general
committee, consisting of Messrs. W. Denny,
F. Wheatley, W. T. Plumb, L. Sands, and
of subscription was again brought up. Mr.
Morphy proposed and Mr. Thompson seconded
that the fee for the year be 5s, and if any extra
expense be incurred a levy of 2s 6d per member
be made. The reason why a levy was proposed
was some members were in favour of having a
new matting for the wicket, which it was
contended would be too expensive, the cost of a
good matting being likely to absorb the whole
of the cash in hand. Mr. Plumb moved as an
amendment that old members pay 7s 6d is last
season, but new pay only 5s. There was no
secondeor to the amendment and the original
motion was therefore carried. As it appeared to
be the unanimous wish of the meeting to have the
wicket improved, Mr. Morphy moved that the
committee be instructed to ascertain the best
means for improviug the wicket. Seconded by
Mr. Denny and carried. The usual votes of
thanks to retiring officers and the chairman
were carried by acclamation, and the meeting
closed. Annexed are the report and balance
sheet:-- .
Annual Report Gunning C.C., 1888-9).
R.S.S.I.L. OF AUSTRALIA. (Article), Northern Territory Times and Gazette (Darwin, NT : 1873 - 1927), Thursday 20 January 1921 page 5 2017-05-15 20:05 F.S.S.ÍLL,: OF) AUSTRALIA.
f il desire, on behalf of the Federal Ex-
ecutive of jh© Returned1 Sailors and
to convey, fchrough the medium of your
iplaper to the ex-members of the Ausfra
». ¡lian Imperial' League the compliments of
jfche season *and' best Wishes for a suc-
cessful and) prosperous New Year. The
League's efforts fond successes during
the year now closing win doubtJeSßi be
lan incentive %o members to1 reinew thleir
membership, and' ' to induce non-mem-
bers, to join, and1 fintas ensure the con
tinuance of ij¡s influence and power. Re
riequire constan^ attention and1 assist
? ahcej, Blurtjhermore, the security, strengt»
progress and poJidarity of ^Empire de-
fend! (Jo a greajj extent on the unity (of
|her ex-fighting men. Support and 'stantli
by &ie League in the interests of your
old1 comrades, Australia, and the great
G. J. O. DYETT, *;
Federal President«
R.S.S.I.L. OF AUSTRALIA.
l desire, on behalf of the Federal Ex-
ecutive of the Returned Sailors and
to convey, through the medium of your
paper to the ex-members of the Austra-
lian Imperial League the compliments of
the season and best wishes for a suc-
cessful and prosperous New Year. The
League's efforts and successes during
the year now closing will doubtless be
an incentive to members to renew their
membership, and to induce non-mem-
bers to join, and thus ensure the con-
tinuance of its influence and power. Re-
require constant attention and assist-
ance. Furthermore, the security, strength
progress and solidarity of the Empire de-
pend to a great extent on the unity of
her ex-fighting men. Support and stand
by the League in the interests of your
old comrades, Australia, and the great
G. J. C. DYETT,
Federal President
NOTIFICATION OF PROPOSED ALIGNMENT OF STREETS, SHIRE OF GUNNING. (Government Gazette Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Wednesday 18 November 1908 [Issue No.130] page 6085 2017-05-03 22:53 NOTIFICATION OF PROPOSED ALIGNMENT OF STREETS, OHIRE OF GUNNING.
NOTICE is hereby given that the carriage and foot ways of the undermentioned ttreetj having been surveyed and defined
SCHEDULE OP StBEETS RBFEBBSD TO.
YaBs-Btreet ...
Warrataw-Rtreet ..
NolaiiRlo-atreet
Grovenor-itreet
ftaxby-ttreet
Ada
NOTIFICATION OF PROPOSED ALIGNMENT OF STREETS, SHIRE OF GUNNING.
NOTICE is hereby given that the carriage and foot ways of the undermentioned streets having been surveyed and defined
SCHEDULE OF STREETS REFERRED TO.
Yass-street ...
Warrataw-street ..
Nelanglo-street
Grovenor-street
Saxby-street
Adams-street
HORACE LINDRUM Visit to Gunning (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Wednesday 20 September 1933 page 1 2017-04-30 21:56 Mr. Lindrum regards Mr. Salnsbury,
of' Yass, and Mr. McCrohon, of Kurri,
Mr. Lindrum regards Mr. Sainsbury,
of Yass, and Mr. McCrohon, of Kurri,
HORACE LINDRUM Visit to Gunning (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Wednesday 20 September 1933 page 1 2017-04-30 21:53 wears the snooker crown..
wears the snooker crown.
Gunning MR AND MRS. WILSON (Article), Delegate Argus (NSW : 1906 - 1943), Thursday 3 May 1934 [Issue No.1988] page 2 2017-04-25 22:06 (liliiniiiHtf
There was a large and repres
entative attendance at the Gunn
afternoon- to farewell Mr. I. M.
of the Commercial Bank forjhe
At a meeting of the show soci
ety, of which he was hon. treas
with a life-membership gold med
al, the. presentation being -made
by the president, Mr. M. J.Heffer
nan. Others who spoke !very
to- ihe society were: Messrs. G.
E. Ardill, -M.L.A., T. D. Roche,
J. R. Meclwny, J. L.. Sands and
G. Rorirom ? , ? ' 'c ,'
,At the public function-, Mr. J.
' R.'Medway, president of the Gunn
, Wilson a wallet of notes;- Mr. F
Morgan spoke nn behalf of the
R.S.S.I.L., -Gunning branch ; T,
D. Roche, the Swimming' Club;
and Crs. S. T. Starr' arid G. 'E.
Ardill, Ihe council and citizens.
The speakers .paid 'high .trib
utes, to Mr. Wilson, who suitably
responded. lr ' - , . «--s
A welcome was1 extended to
Mr. A. Shaw, formerly of Gund
,- agin and successor.lo Mr.- Wilson.
', Mr. Shaw, who' is a1 son of, the
Rev.-' A. R. Shaw, at one time
[ rector of St. Edmund's Church,
' Gunning, suitably responded,
'At a meeting of (beGumiing
branch of l he1 Red Cross Society,
a handsome crystal-rose bowl, as
a token of appreciation of-; her
services.as president of the Gunn
ing br.ncli, on whose behalf Mrs.
C. Lan,g made ithe piesentatioiv
Miss A. Medwny h .'nd'ed Mis.
At a public meetiiiK' of ladies
nn Monday afternoon, Mrs. Wilson
was the recipient of a pretty .'aft-
ernoon ten set.
— Goiilbimi Evening Penny Post,
Gunning
There was a large and repres-
entative attendance at the Gunn-
afternoon to farewell Mr. I. M.
of the Commercial Bank for the
At a meeting of the show soci-
ety, of which he was hon. treas-
with a life-membership gold med-
al, the presentation being made
by the president, Mr. M. J.Heffer-
nan. Others who spoke very
to the society were: Messrs. G.
E. Ardill, M.L.A., T. D. Roche,
J. R. Medway, J. L.. Sands and
G. Rodrom.
At the public function, Mr. J.
R. Medway, president of the Gunn-
Wilson a wallet of notes. Mr. F
Morgan spoke on behalf of the
R.S.S.I.L., Gunning branch ; T.
D. Roche, the Swimming Club;
and Crs. S. T. Starr arid G. E.
Ardill, the council and citizens.
The speakers paid high trib-
utes to Mr. Wilson, who suitably
responded.
A welcome was extended to
Mr. A. Shaw, formerly of Gund-
agai and successor to Mr. Wilson.
Mr. Shaw, who is a son of the
Rev. A. R. Shaw, at one time
rector of St. Edmund's Church,
Gunning, suitably responded.
At a meeting of the Gunning
branch of the Red Cross Society,
a handsome crystal rose bowl, as
a token of appreciation of her
services as president of the Gunn-
ing branch, on whose behalf Mrs.
C. Lang made the presentation.
Miss A. Medway handed Mrs.
At a public meeting of ladies
on Monday afternoon, Mrs. Wilson
was the recipient of a pretty aft-
ernoon tea set.
— Goulburn Evening Penny Post,

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