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1 JohnWarren 4,512,336
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,643
3 noelwoodhouse 2,979,952
4 annmanley 2,243,541
5 John.F.Hall 2,209,176
...
1191 Fernando147 23,619
1192 Bird 23,572
1193 PenrithLibraryStaff 23,572
1194 CtrlGeek 23,516
1195 navaretti 23,463
1196 Armadale12 23,448

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June 2017 274
May 2017 126
April 2017 247
March 2017 693
February 2017 810
January 2017 657
December 2016 265
November 2016 15,015
October 2016 2,056
August 2016 214
July 2016 86
June 2016 925
May 2016 1,832
April 2016 169
May 2015 119
October 2012 28

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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,512,305
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,643
3 noelwoodhouse 2,979,952
4 annmanley 2,243,471
5 John.F.Hall 2,209,171
...
2897 Meredithhelen 6,559
2898 Geoff.Yates 6,547
2899 WendyJB 6,544
2900 CtrlGeek 6,530
2901 Trailblazer 6,519
2902 elinorscambler 6,515

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May 2017 116
April 2017 247
March 2017 53
February 2017 791
January 2017 657
December 2016 8
November 2016 11
October 2016 1,014
August 2016 214
July 2016 86
June 2016 925
May 2016 1,823
April 2016 169
May 2015 119
October 2012 28

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2 mickbrook 85,060
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 28,441
5 EricTheRed 20,242
6 Stephans 19,868
7 ctrlgeek 16,986
8 mollyzmum 5,671
9 RodAanensen 4,183

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March 2017 640
February 2017 19
December 2016 257
November 2016 15,004
October 2016 1,042
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GUNNING. (Article), The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881), Saturday 16 February 1878 page 3 2017-06-25 19:24 sitting in the bar-room ; I mistucl two lssttsls of gus
of tf th sulc besiies tie isie that wls lbr.slOken ; tif
two bottles of gin niow produced are sisilar to tis
two I missed; I valuhetie gin lost ait 10.
Constable George Wiles deposed: Oni Satunrday
oveniog last after I arrested tie pris ei r si now belore
the eourt, hie told me his swag was u1, at tihe old
found it there; it was sprca.d out a0 if a bed bad
beln mande of it, iand at tile hIead lunder a lindls I
found tie two bottles of ginll now prolducd; tile
capsules ofI tle bottles are bIranided with aI kai
brand- ; the labels hsd s es I washed oilt ; brtogist
Buckley asked prisloner if that was his swag; he
said it was ; he also claimsd tli two bottlis of -iin
asis hi:;pr, ;rty ; he said he lind ipurclssed thas siat
Yass ; I then charged t e prisoner with stealing tie
gill, and in reply to thel clarego the pfrisoalor said I
cousl not sweair li stole it ; ai this tie ii was con
tisled in thee lokup, charged with indlecient exslosure
in Yass-stre:?t.
list about Iten o'clock I heard a smush iin liy
father's bar noas if a bottle had been brokens; I ism.
mnediately swent into tho bar and sew thie pri:;oer
now beflore (to ctuit co~ygi' awayi fIro the suclf
behind the bar, where thile gill was kept; prisoner
had no right behind thi bar.
The prisoncr, upon the usual question being put
to him Iby e ahe bench, elccted to be tried by a jury,
and wals tIheremupon connitted to take lhi trial at
the next circuit court to be holden at Yaos.
On Thursday, before MIessrs. J. F. Kenyon and
W. Rt. a?tynolds,
George Cook, charged with unlawful y labsenting
himself fromn tahe hirred service of II. C. Whcatley,
was ordered to pay a line of £5, witlh 5/10 costs,
whlich not bcing forthcoming tihe priomoner was sent
to Goulhurn jail for fourteim diays.
sitting in the bar-room ; I missed two bottles of gin
off the shelf besides the one that was broken ; the
two bottles of gin now produced are similar to the
two I missed; I value the gin lost at 10/.
Constable George Wiles deposed: On Saturday
evening last after I arrested the prisoner now before
the court, he told me his swag was up, at the old
found it there; it was spread out as if a bed had
been made of it, and at the head under a bundle I
found the two bottles of gin now produced; the
capsules of the bottles are branded with a key-
brand ; the labels had been washed off ; I brought
Buckley asked prisoner if that was his swag; he
said it was ; he also claimed the two bottles of gin
as his property ; he said he had purchased them at
Yass ; I then charged the prisoner with stealing the
gin, and in reply to the charge the prisoner said I
could not swear he stole it ; at this time he was con-
fined in the lockup, charged with indecent exposure
in Yass-street.
list about ten o'clock I heard a smash in my
father's bar as if a bottle had been broken; I im-
mediately went into the bar and saw the prisoner
now before the court coming away from the shelf
behind the bar, where the gin was kept; prisoner
had no right behind the bar.
The prisoner, upon the usual question being put
to him by the bench, elected to be tried by a jury,
and was thereupon committed to take his trial at
the next circuit court to be holden at Yass.
On Thursday, before Messrs. J. F. Kenyon and
W. R. Reynolds,
George Cook, charged with unlawfully absenting
himself from the hired service of H. C. Wheatley,
was ordered to pay a line of £5, with 5/10 costs,
which not being forthcoming the prisoner was sent
to Goulburn jail for fourteen days.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Saturday 16 May 1835 [Issue No.794] page 3 2017-06-12 22:02 Sales by Aucti'ni
This day, 16th May, Polack, at his rooms, taamn
float Shares.
This day, 16th May, Lyons, at his Rooms,--George
This day,--16th-MaP1y,-Polach, at hisrooms, Wine
Th!i,-day-6tir ces-oi stnmas,-at?the-Eas
tern House, Rumn, Tobacco, Cigars, Hats, &c. &c.,
Monday, 18th May, Lyons, on the Ground, Allot.
ments at Strawberry flill.
Monday, 18th'May, Isaae Simrimnns, at his Rooms,
opposite the Post Office, Sydney-, Merchandite.
Tuesday, IJth May, L?ons, at the London Tavern,
Thursday, 21st hlay. Lybus, on the-grofnd, Allot.
-ments; near the- New-Cattle-Market.-- .
Thursday, 21st May, Lyonis, on the (round, Eliza.
beth-street Soutlh, Sixteen Valuable Allotments,
Schboner "Speculator."
Wednesday, 10th June, Col. Int. liRe. Crown Lands'
* and Town Allotments.
Friday, 12th.June, at Grose Farm, Seventy Head of
Wednesday, 8th July, Cotl. Int. Rrr. Crown Lands.
Wednesday, August 12th Col. Int. Rlev. Crown
SALE -OF CROWN LANDS.
LIST of Crown Lands, which asll be sold on if edne,.
day. June 10th, 1835,
Sass--Twelve hundred acres, applied for by IH
Hume; Berrima-Eighty acres, by Thomas 1'ray;
same place-Eighty acres, by same ; Blirdq--Eight
hundred acres, by same; IHawkesbury? (neat Wise.
man's)-Sixtyacres, by Joseph Kershaw; Gunning
Sales by Auction
This day, 16th May, Polack, at his rooms, Steam
Boat Shares.
This day, 16th May, Lyons, at his Rooms, George
This day, 16th, May, Polack, at his rooms, Wine
This, day 16th Offices of Customs, at the Eas
tern House, Rum, Tobacco, Cigars, Hats, &c. &c.,
Monday, 18th May, Lyons, on the Ground, Allot-
ments at Strawberry Hill.
Monday, 18th May, Isaac Simmons, at his Rooms,
opposite the Post Office, Sydney, Merchandize.
Tuesday, 19th May, Lyons, at the London Tavern,
Thursday, 21st May. Lyons, on the ground, Allot-
ments, near the New Cattle Market.
Thursday, 21st May, Lyons, on the Ground, Eliza-
beth-street South, Sixteen Valuable Allotments,
Schooner "Speculator."
Wednesday, 10th June, Col. Int. Rev. Crown Lands
and Town Allotments.
Friday, 12th June, at Grose Farm, Seventy Head of
Wednesday, 8th July, Col. Int. Rev. Crown Lands.
Wednesday, August 12th Col. Int. Rev. Crown
SALE OF CROWN LANDS.
LIST of Crown Lands, which will be sold on Wednes-
day, June 10th, 1835,
Yass--Twelve hundred acres, applied for by H
Hume; Berrima-Eighty acres, by Thomas Bray;
same place-Eighty acres, by same ; Blinda--Eight
hundred acres, by same; Hawkesbury, (near Wise-
man's)-Sixty acres, by Joseph Kershaw; Gunning
GUNNING NEWS Obituary MRS. F. FEENEY (Article), Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954), Wednesday 6 September 1950 page 3 2017-06-12 21:21 crossing should , be put in subjret
"sanitary DEPOT
10 acrqs or the common be re
the . depositing of rubbish only.
A meeting of the. Gunning All
Services Club wa3 held on Friday,
good roll-up of members. Mr. p. G.
the first annua: ball, held on 18th
way) reported to the . meeting that
was empowered to traansfer the
chargc of the drive. Last year's
branch of the R.S.L.' took place
letters to some hundreds , in the
district the response to the ' appeal
that much more would be 1 received
Council would r.ave the gates erec-
.ted at their own cost which meant
that the sub-brancn would only have
call-lip of members for military
B1138 and R. Stewart (members) sit
It Is estimated that the repairs, etc.
crossing should be put in subject
Sanitary DEPOT
10 acres or the common be re
the depositing of rubbish only.
A meeting of the Gunning All
Services Club was held on Friday,
good roll-up of members. Mr. P. G.
the first annual ball, held on 18th
way) reported to the meeting that
was empowered to transfer the
charge of the drive. Last year's
branch of the R.S.L. took place
letters to some hundreds in the
district the response to the appeal
that much more would be received
Council would have the gates erec-
ted at their own cost which meant
that the sub-branch would only have
call-up of members for military
Bliss and R. Stewart (members) sit
It is estimated that the repairs, etc.
GUNNING NEWS Obituary MRS. F. FEENEY (Article), Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954), Wednesday 6 September 1950 page 3 2017-06-12 20:45 M.L.A., for Burrinjuek Electorate,
M.L.A., for Burrinjuck Electorate,
GUNNING. SOLDIERS' RETURN. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Saturday 18 May 1918 page 1 2017-06-12 20:09 Tlheroe ' v4 ia large gathering at tlhe
railhay station on .?\v{neseday atternoon
here about two years ago-Privates J. Reg. Tur
nor and Arnold Lawton. The town band was
in attendance. Mr. C. II. F. Grovenor, presi
dent of the Itecruiting Committee, and some of
steamed in thle band struck up and cheers wvere
given as the soldiers met on the platform: Un
der the direction of Mr. D. Plows, who acted as
marshall, a prroacBsion was formed. The sol
tiers were acconlnlltoated in motor cars, where
they received the warm handshake and congra
generally. Tho proc?ssion was headed by the
Land tndl tho Union Jack, which was carried
by Mr. John Deniny. The cars containing tihe
and tile public camo after. On reaching the
Courthouso a halt was smade. Fiage were dis
played on tho front of the building. The presi
dent in warmly eulogistic terms.referred to the
splendid work done by the men who had re
nas duo to thlem. He paid a tribute to the
had been in his employ for five years. He re
ferred to the need of an honour roll, and sug
holding an entertainment. lie mentioned that
tho lumeo Park trustees, of whom he was one,
hlad agreed to" lIand over the whole of the land
Gunning Conlmor had also been given ior the
T'ho IRoe. T. Ansoa Cato expressed his pilet
suro at again seeing their young frienils after
at atbsence of about 2 years.
The Rlev. Theo. Jenkin joined in the congra
tolntions.
SMr. E. Plwys in a few. forceful words added
his congratulations, 'lie aipealed to he girls
of the school to kct) on kinitting. Although not
i d recruiting meeting lie would ask if there wore
tlose present who would take the places of the
two men-now .returned. lie asked them to
consider before it was too lato. Tlhe battle was
not won by ti long way, and he would urge up.
Mr. A. J. MicCoiaghy offered his congratula
the P., A., and I. Society. Mr. C. Noble addel
T The comipany joined it singing "For They
Private Turner was greeted with cheers .as
io rose to rctpond. lie would almost as soon
be in the trenchos,. lie folt his inability to ad -
quately acknowledge thie kind things that ha:1
been said and done for them, for he was speak
ing for his comrade as well as himself. lie
himself had done nothing, bult he would like to
tell them swhat his comrade had done. Volun
teors' were wanted to go out and capture a ma
chine gun. Lawton was one of four. They hop
in the chest, but lie only took it as a joke. IIn
there, but lthev were sent lho1e. If he were
igain swanted lie would willingly go. Franco
was not a bail place at all-they Ilad their fulln.
their-good times tle same as here. If any
tlhouglht of going. and wore in the balance no
would.say "Go, yostu inay vet kilhl, ,but ou canll
to bed to-night I will die.' Wonlll yos stop
up all night then?" lie could ih.sssit tthomn that
if they went to France they i iuld lind it all
Private Lawton briefly. replied. Each soldlir
tltanked the gathering for tle splendid reception
given. The piesident thanked .the band for
coming out and so kindly helping with tleir
WVord liats been re(eiveid 1by lhe parents af
Private lterltert DIenny tlstt lie Ihts been gassed.
Word hIas been received from tie claso le
cords Department in Mtcllsaurno tlinat ite. Leon
ard Cato, recently gatssetl inl Frianec, tis been
admlnittedt illo tihe Souithern Clenerlo lIospital,
Bristol, Englandi. l' tIe case is reported as mild.
Word lohs co:Ito that Sigtatller Egar Mlel
tslms hatss been Wounded.c. Private Nattie
Wlheatley iC said io hute lc een slightly watull
Mirs. D. Alehlin, loclkdalo, Gunning, has re
ceived tile following letter -Please accept mt'
sin'ero anld hearlfelt sympathy in your lute sad
bereavement it tIe loss of your ton. Being a
pail of his, I thought that you would like to
hear full particulars. HIe was killed on 1112)'13
whilst on patrol, i am pleased to say that .s
death was intittui(tan ou» hIe dlid not suffdr at tlh
end. Ilo was burled this morning in a little
cemetery just ehrlind tih lines t ntaed Soiluer
Farm. lie was buried by a padre, and 60 hall
a decent burial. Ie will be much missed by
us all, as be was cst l a cheerful companion, al
ways stmiling" and bright. All hiis effects wore
taken by tihe padre, and I trust they will reach
tit) under your reaet load withi thel consolation
tlint Itohe lie dointg Iis duty, whlic his clainedl
t iontt u y.,-believe me, yourts very sincerely,
Dvr. Atlh.l Mithellll, 'Ird -pattalion.
Church Itoes.--OI last Slundny references
were made in the churches to ie day being
Motlhers' l)aIv. I?os and girls and many adults
wor til wlelite flower inl honour of the day, and
nddresslc from tile pulpit vwere more or less
voloured by kindly reference and reminiseenses.
ed in actin on 13th April. The rostrum was
were the regitmental colours of the deceased sol
font. Many floral touches added to the mourn
was the preacher, and delivered a stirring ad
with the immortality of the soul and the an
14-14 and 2 Timothy 1-10. Moe sang the solo
"Where Will You Spend eternity?" Another
band, and a contingent of its members was pre
stores. In Newcastlle he engaged in business as
trenches. ' His duties as a stretcher-bearer
and suffering and he had to lend a hand to re
local Methodist Church, of which he was a rever
soom in Lanid Values.--Two allotments, each
containing 1 rood 5 perchelrs, situated in the town
G. .J. P'igott) oni Wednesdaly last, Mrs. Maria?
mroswn purchlasing the two blocks. Bidding for
the lot fronting Chsapel-street ys nmost spirited.
Commencing ait the upset price of £8 (which in
eluded .t2, improvements), bids in rapid sucees
sion followed. The seplrate offers were £9, t10,
All, £12, £114, £1i, and £20. Thie purchase price
works ont at the rate of nearly £80 per acre.
lMeasured by this evildently the'land values it
the town of Dalton must be on the up groade.
1Ismpliro iDay C-lebraitiots.-Attention is drawn
to the celebrations to be held in the Gunnitng
Park on tlmpiro Day, May 24. Thle usual pro
b.rranimlp of procession, piicnic,.sports, and onter
tnimaent will be gone ?hlrolgh, and it is Ontici
pated tlstt tle ghenerous stppIort that has
cltarctetriaed this annual children's carnivl
since its, inception will be again given. Iobrse
included in thi programnme. The proceeds otf
thie day are to be devoted to presentations to
deparsting soldiers, and to assist returned wound
ed tGunning soldiers. Donations of cash, stock,
prodluc, poultry, etc., are invited by the cornm
mittee for sale on thIe grounds.
IThe weather for the past few days has been
of a summer-liko charactor. A change has now
ccme about, withl showery conditions and coolno
tsqulsly winds. TIo district oeverywhere looks
There was a large gathering at the
railway station on Wednesday afternoon
here about two years ago-Privates J. Reg. Tur-
ner and Arnold Lawton. The town band was
in attendance. Mr. C. H. F. Grovenor, presi-
dent of the Recruiting Committee, and some of
steamed in the band struck up and cheers were
given as the soldiers met on the platform: Un-
der the direction of Mr. E. Plews, who acted as
marshall, a procession was formed. The sol-
diers were accommodated in motor cars, where
they received the warm handshake and congra-
generally. The procession was headed by the
band and the Union Jack, which was carried
by Mr. John Denny. The cars containing the
and the public came after. On reaching the
Courthouse a halt was made. Flage were dis-
played on the front of the building. The presi-
dent in warmly eulogistic terms referred to the
splendid work done by the men who had re-
was due to them. He paid a tribute to the
had been in his employ for five years. He re-
ferred to the need of an honour roll, and sug-
holding an entertainment. He mentioned that
the Hume Park trustees, of whom he was one,
had agreed to hand over the whole of the land
Gunning Common had also been given for the
The Rev. T. Anson Cato expressed his plea-
sure at again seeing their young friends after
at absence of about 2 years.
The Rev. Thos. Jenkin joined in the congra-
tulations.
Mr. E. Plews in a few forceful words added
his congratulations. He appealed to the girls
of the school to keep on knitting. Although not
a recruiting meeting he would ask if there were
those present who would take the places of the
two men now returned. He asked them to
consider before it was too late. The battle was
not won by a long way, and he would urge up-
Mr. A. J. McConaghy offered his congratula-
the P., A., and I. Society. Mr. C. Noble added
The company joined it singing "For They
Private Turner was greeted with cheers as
he rose to respond. He would almost as soon
be in the trenches. He felt his inability to ade-
quately acknowledge the kind things that had
been said and done for them, for he was speak-
ing for his comrade as well as himself. He
himself had done nothing, but he would like to
tell them what his comrade had done. Volun-
teers' were wanted to go out and capture a ma-
chine gun. Lawton was one of four. They hop-
in the chest, but he only took it as a joke. He
there, but they were sent home. If he were
again wanted he would willingly go. France
was not a bad place at all-they had their fun.
their-good times the same as here. If any
thought of going. and were in the balance ho
would say "Go, you may get killed, but you can
to bed to-night I will die.' Would you stop
up all night then?" He could assure them that
if they went to France they would find it all
Private Lawton briefly replied. Each soldier
thanked the gathering for the splendid reception
given. The president thanked the band for
coming out and so kindly helping with their
Word has been received by the parents of
Private Herbert Denny that he has been gassed.
Word has been received from the Bae Re-
cords Department in Melbourne that Pte. Leon-
ard Cato, recently gassed in France, has been
admitted to the Southern General Hospital,
Bristol, England. The case is reported as mild.
Word has come that Signaller Edgar Mel-
drum has been wounded. Private Nattie
Wheatley is said to have been slightly woun-
ded and remained on duty.
Mrs. E. Alchin, Rockdale, Gunning, has re-
ceived the following letter -Please accept my
sincere and heartfelt sympathy in your late sad
bereavement in the loss of your son. Being a
pal of his, I thought that you would like to
hear full particulars. He was killed on 14/2/'18
whilst on patrol. I am pleased to say that as
death was instantaneous he did not suffer at the
end. He was burled this morning in a little
cemetery just behind the lines named Somer
Farm. He was buried by a padre, and so had
a decent burial. He will be much missed by
us all, as be was such a cheerful companion, al-
ways smiling and bright. All his effects were
taken by the padre, and I trust they will reach
up under your great load with the consolation
that he died doing his duty, which has claimed
so many,-believe me, yours very sincerely,
Dvr. Athol Mitchell, 53rd Battalion.
Church Items.-On last Sunday references
were made in the churches to the day being
Mothers' Day. Boys and girls and many adults
wore the white flower in honour of the day, and
addresses from the pulpit were more or less
coloured by kindly reference and reminiscenses.
ed in action on 13th April. The rostrum was
were the regimental colours of the deceased sol-
front. Many floral touches added to the mourn-
was the preacher, and delivered a stirring ad-
with the immortality of the soul and the an-
14-14 and 2 Timothy 1-10. He sang the solo
"Where Will You Spend Eternity?" Another
band, and a contingent of its members was pre-
stores. In Newcastle he engaged in business as
trenches. His duties as a stretcher-bearer
and suffering and he had to lend a hand to re-
local Methodist Church, of which he was a rever-
Boom in Land Values.--Two allotments, each
containing 1 rood 5 perches, situated in the town
Brown purchasing the two blocks. Bidding for
the lot fronting Chapel-street was most spirited.
Commencing at the upset price of £8 (which in-
cluded £2, improvements), bids in rapid succes-
sion followed. The separate offers were £9, £10,
£11, £12, £14, £15, and £20. The purchase price
works out at the rate of nearly £80 per acre.
Measured by this evidently the land values in
the town of Dalton must be on the up grade.
Empire Day Celebrations.-Attention is drawn
to the celebrations to be held in the Gunning
Park on Empire Day, May 24. The usual pro-
gramme of procession, picnic, sports, and enter-
tainment will be gone through, and it is antici-
pated that the generous support that has
characterised this annual children's carnival
since its inception will be again given. Horse
included in the programme. The proceeds of
the day are to be devoted to presentations to
departing soldiers, and to assist returned wound-
ed Gunning soldiers. Donations of cash, stock,
produce, poultry, etc., are invited by the com-
mittee for sale on the grounds.
The weather for the past few days has been
of a summer-like character. A change has now
come about, with showery conditions and cool to
squally winds. The district everywhere looks
Gunning News OBITUARY (Article), Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954), Wednesday 25 April 1951 page 8 2017-06-12 16:46 .A monthly meeting of the Gun
ning .Sub-branch of the R.S.L. &
A.I.D. . was held in the A11 Ser-
' vices Club Rooms at- Gunning -on
Friday, 6th instant. Mr. N. Diddle,
The . meeting decided that the
Anzac Day march would com
laid by the various service or
service would . be opened by 'Mr. A.-
' It was decided to hold the Dig
gers' Ball on Friday, July 13, 1951'.
A monthly meeting of the Gun-
ning Sub-branch of the R.S.L. &
A.I.L. was held in the All Ser-
vices Club Rooms at Gunning on
Friday, 6th instant. Mr. N. Liddle,
The meeting decided that the
Anzac Day march would com-
laid by the various service or-
service would be opened by Mr. A.
It was decided to hold the Dig-
gers' Ball on Friday, July 13, 1951.
GUNNING. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Thursday 7 February 1901 page 4 2017-06-10 22:23 auotioneer. This went off well, as did a sale
of gifts conducted in the hall at niglt. There
was a fair attendance, end business generally
was good. Revd. Mr. and Olrs. Ellis were bus
ily .u~caed during the evening among the
rous stalls. The interior of the hall was
of flags and bannerettes. Taking up a pasi
and was under the care of Mesdames Sandsand
largoshare of patronage. as did a bran pie pusi
mourning for the late Oueen Victoria all the
were flown at lhalf-mast. At the London
of the aInto sovereign was exhibited on the
conducted at St. Edmund's, Church of Eng
Roman Catholie: The new Convent of St.
Joseph was duly opened and blessed on Sun
day last in the presence of a large congrega
fion by the Right Rev Dr. Gallagher, Bishop
is ?Man," treating his subject both from the
Darwinian standpoint and- that of the Chris
Cricket: A match was played here on Sat
by an innings and 127 runs. Those who madle
Sands 108. Curlewis 54, Hawker 13, C. New
Lanhoam 14, E. Turser 12-37, T. Elliott 12.
Totals, 65-103.
auctioneer. This went off well, as did a sale
of gifts conducted in the hall at night. There
was a fair attendance, and business generally
was good. Revd. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis were bus-
ily engaged during the evening among the
varous stalls. The interior of the hall was
of flags and bannerettes. Taking up a posi-
and was under the care of Mesdames Sands and
large share of patronage. as did a bran pie pusi-
mourning for the late Queen Victoria all the
were flown at half-mast. At the London
of the late sovereign was exhibited on the
conducted at St. Edmund's, Church of Eng-
Roman Catholic: The new Convent of St.
Joseph was duly opened and blessed on Sun-
day last in the presence of a large congrega-
tion by the Right Rev Dr. Gallagher, Bishop
is Man," treating his subject both from the
Darwinian standpoint and that of the Chris-
Cricket: A match was played here on Sat-
by an innings and 127 runs. Those who made
Sands 108. Curlewis 54, Hawker 13, C. New-
Lanham 14, E. Turser 12-37, T. Elliott 12.
Totals, 55-103.
WATER ACT, 1912-1955 THE following applications for licenses under the Water Act, 1912-1955, have been received from— (Government Gazette Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 1 May 1959 [Issue No.52] page 1365 2017-06-10 21:15 Gunning, county King, for water supply for recreational pur
Gunning, county King, for water supply for recreational pur-
NOTIFICATION OF CLOSING OF ROADS AND APPROVAL OF THE SALE OF THE LANDS COMPRISED THEREIN UNDER ROAD PURCHASE APPLICATIONS (Government Gazette Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 22 January 1965 [Issue No.6] page 159 2017-06-10 20:56 comprised therein are to be granted to the persons men
and 6 from 75 and 72 exclusive of the part required to pre
comprised therein are to be granted to the persons men-
and 6 from 75 and 72 exclusive of the part required to pre-
APPLICATIONS FOR THE CLOSING AND PURCHASE OF ROADS (Government Gazette Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 26 January 1962 [Issue No.8] page 196 2017-06-09 21:54 (lane) east of portion 52, parish Currajong, county Ashburn
a distance of 140 feet, parish Gunning, county King. R. 61
(lane) east of portion 52, parish Currajong, county Ashburn-
a distance of 140 feet, parish Gunning, county King. R. 61-

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