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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,737,947
2 NeilHamilton 3,211,540
3 noelwoodhouse 3,195,598
4 John.F.Hall 2,458,864
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
361 tupps1 105,274
362 Jonsson 105,249
363 Sharon.L.Bergman 105,142
364 eamon.key 104,958
365 lyndail 104,760
366 GraemeSymington 104,515

104,958 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 2,929
October 2017 3,402
September 2017 4,047
August 2017 3,438
July 2017 3,661
June 2017 2,224
May 2017 1,571
April 2017 3,275
March 2017 3,401
February 2017 3,544
January 2017 4,107
December 2016 3,050
November 2016 3,171
October 2016 2,463
September 2016 2,257
August 2016 2,104
July 2016 2,162
June 2016 2,002
May 2016 1,158
April 2016 993
September 2014 864
August 2014 65
June 2014 199
April 2014 2,996
March 2014 2,999
February 2014 2,996
January 2014 2,984
December 2013 2,986
November 2013 2,997
October 2013 2,977
September 2013 1,546
August 2013 2,984
July 2013 2,982
June 2013 2,007
May 2013 2,604
April 2013 2,228
March 2013 2,091
February 2013 1,092
January 2013 2,951
December 2012 2,969
November 2012 2,231
October 2012 2,251

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,737,894
2 NeilHamilton 3,211,540
3 noelwoodhouse 3,195,598
4 John.F.Hall 2,458,858
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
359 tupps1 105,274
360 Jonsson 105,177
361 Sharon.L.Bergman 105,142
362 eamon.key 104,958
363 lyndail 104,747
364 GraemeSymington 104,513

104,958 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 2,929
October 2017 3,402
September 2017 4,047
August 2017 3,438
July 2017 3,661
June 2017 2,224
May 2017 1,571
April 2017 3,275
March 2017 3,401
February 2017 3,544
January 2017 4,107
December 2016 3,050
November 2016 3,171
October 2016 2,463
September 2016 2,257
August 2016 2,104
July 2016 2,162
June 2016 2,002
May 2016 1,158
April 2016 993
September 2014 864
August 2014 65
June 2014 199
April 2014 2,996
March 2014 2,999
February 2014 2,996
January 2014 2,984
December 2013 2,986
November 2013 2,997
October 2013 2,977
September 2013 1,546
August 2013 2,984
July 2013 2,982
June 2013 2,007
May 2013 2,604
April 2013 2,228
March 2013 2,091
February 2013 1,092
January 2013 2,951
December 2012 2,969
November 2012 2,231
October 2012 2,251

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A CONSTABLE ARRESTED. SERIOUS CHARGE MADE. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 2 December 1898 [Issue No.16,353] page 6 2017-11-25 13:43 Miomas Cal michael a constable of police
will I nown in the subiiib of 1 itzio), where
he Ins been stationed foi the p isl six
vtais, wis ii listed tally vcstcidav morn
mg on ti charge of attempting to ciiminally
nsbiult a gul of 12 Hie child who is the
daughter of an invalid woman residing nt
1 Itham K1 ites lh it she w is seul lo some
fnends it 1 it/io} on VA tdncsdnv evening
list but fading to find their résidence she
wnndcicd about until midnight when she
met the licensed who was m plum clothes
Hie gul allocs th it Cnimichael then
w ill ed with hu into a quiet thoioughfiire
anti thete attempted to assault bei Cn
michael who has been long tonntttcd with
the police force is a man ltd lunn and
btars an txcelknt thai itter Ht w is
lu ondit befort Hit 1 it.iov Court later in
Hu dai mid i as leniantlod foi n wed,
bail beiiife allowed in two «metlia of
£'0I)
Thomas Carmichael, a constable of police
well known in the suburb of Fitzroy, where
he has been stationed for the past six
years, was arrested early yesterday morn-
ing on a charge of attempting to criminally
assault a girl of 12. The child, who is the
daughter of an invalid woman residing at
Eltham, states that she was sent to some
friends at Fitzroy on Wednesday evening
last, but, failing to find their residence, she
wandered about until midnight, when she
met the accused, who was in plain clothes.
The girl alleges that Carmichael then
walked with her into a quiet thoroughfare,
and there attempted to assault her. Car-
michael, who has been long connected with
the police force, is a married man, and
bears an excellent character. He was
brought before the Fitzroy Court later in
the day, and was remanded for a week,
bail being allowed in two sureties of
£100.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 2 December 1898 [Issue No.16,353] page 1 2017-11-23 20:21 MACVEAN—SCAMPTON—On the 17th October,
Fizroy, H. Macvean, of Mickleham, to M
FREEMAN—On the 1st December, at Custlemaine,
1 (nth Gwendoline, tilt, bcloud Infant daughtci
i Í \ Ü and C T 1 recnun
HUTCHINSON—On the 1st December, at Koinie}
lill nail, litlo\ed \otingcst dau^hUr of \lin and
Hu Uti. Willi nu Hutchinson, aged l8 j cars
MACFARLANE—On HIL 20th November, at Hohe
S\ Martin Archibald Maefiirlmi MU and
(lilt % omigrst Hin (f the late John A MIIL
firlnne, of Brighton, of acute pneumonia, a^cd
i\
MORROW. -tin tin 25th December, at Inglewood
1 1J lime MUIL, the infint and onl\ d (lighter of
I C and V Morrow, aged Oj month*
THOMAS-On HIL 1st December, at Km haworth,
Hound in road, Mnhcm, Charlis Diomas
BAKER-In affcctlomto memorj of our ilcir \im,
«ho dipartid this lllo ¿mt December, 1H17
. Itreju the i hil that would have kept then
liLre and stated th\ progrcas to the re tims of
Hw.
LEEK.-The nils of Mi JOHV LI I K are
Xj re ncctfiill) Imitcd to follow the icmains of
1 is de irly bl loved second bon, Leslie itohcrts
( Inek) to the pljcc of interment, Melbourne
Gi mr il C i meter} I)
Hie fnneril will leave lils resideiKe, Queen's
ininue raulflcld, THIS (IMdaj) UOKNltiU, Jnd
lActtlibei at li ilf ptst 10 o'cloek
IUI1N »ALLÍ, Undertakei, latrobe and Spring
itieeis, Melbourne, 1'LUphone 827
MACVEAN—SCAMPTON.—On the 17th October,
at Fitzroy, H. Macvean, of Mickleham, to M.
FREEMAN.—On the 1st December, at Castlemaine,
Edith Gwendoline, the beloved infant daughter
of A. D. and C. E. Freeman.
HUTCHINSON.—On the 1st December, at Romsey,
Hannah, beloved youngest daughter of Ann and
the late Wiliam Hutchinson, aged 18 years.
MACFARLANE.—On the 20th November, at Robe,
S.A., Martin Archibald Macfarlane, M.B. and
Ch. B., youngest son of the late John A. Mac-
farlane, of Brighton, of acute pneumonia, aged
44.
MORROW.—On the 25th November, at Inglewood,
Ellaline Maie, the infant and only daughter of
J. C. and E. Morrow, aged 6½ months.
THOMAS.—On the 1st December, at Knebsworth,
Boundary-road, Malvern, Charles Thomas.
BAKER.—In affectionate memory of our dear Amy,
who departed this life 2nd December, 1897.
"Forgive the wish that would have kept thee
here, and stayed thy progress to the realms of
bliss."
LEEK.—The Friends of Mr. JOHN LEEK are
respectfully invited to follow the remains of
his dearly beloved second son, Leslie Roberts
(Jack), to the place of interment, Melbourne
General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, Queen's-
avenue, Caulfield, THIS (Friday) MORNING, 2nd
December, at half-past 10 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 1 December 1898 [Issue No.16,352] page 1 2017-11-23 20:02 ENGLISH.-Hie 1 rlcnils of the late Mr lOSI I'll
J INI.IIbll nie lesi eclfillly Invited t, fullmi
Iii remains to tin plan of ililernlent the Mel
lourni Celicial Cciiiitin
fin fiiiiujl «111 have the iLSidinu ii his
mother (Mis 1) Grant), .> ht \ inecnt s place
i nth, Albutparl, nils' DU (llmrsiüv, Dicem
Uri Kl)k), it In clod puiiitucllj
K11' Alllsüf. liml, rlnkci and Fmb illili r,
P ulport mil Merton struts South Melbourne
( rta) Telephones 1(1111 anil 1101
LEEK.-Hie 1 rienits of Mr JOHN 11 I K sirr
-l-l resprclfiillv inv ititi to follow tin rim lins of
his di irly hi lol i (I second sjll. I>cslli Hot iris
) to
.li Cr
The (mural will leave his risldinoo, Queen's
vmue Uullkld on I rldav monillo,, ¿nil Deecin
r it Ililli ist 111 o ck el
KiliN I) vi I v. I ml rial cr I ilrube and Spring
streets Melbourne ieleplione fa-7
ENGLISH.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOSEPH
ENGLISH are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, the Mel-
bourne General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave the residence of his
mother (Mrs. D. Grant), 72 St. Vincent's-place
south, Albert-park, THIS DAY (Thursday, Decem-
ber 1, 1898), at 3 o'clock punctually.
JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker and Embalmer,
Bridport and Merton streets, South Melbourne
(2038). Telephones 1003 and 1105.
LEEK.—The Friends of Mr. JOHN LEEK are
respectfully invited to follow the remains of
his dearly beloved second son, Leslie Roberts
(Jack), to the place of interment, Melbourne
General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, Queen's-
avenue, Caulfield, on Friday morning, 2nd Decem-
ber, at half-past 10 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 1 December 1898 [Issue No.16,352] page 1 2017-11-23 16:49 GARTON.-In fond remcnibrjnoi ol M A fiar
tin, 30tli hovimber, lSJo -JO, C W G ,
I DP
GIDNEY. -In loving mcniorj of inv dear mother,
who died Dccimhcr 1, IbMl-A ) Derham
SHANAHAN.-In loving remembrance of mj dear
son, Michael, who died December 1, 18i7
li I P (Inserted by Ins loiing mother and
CURWEN. -The 1 uniliil of the lite Mrs AM \
^ ANDU! ClillWIN will leuve her late icsl
dence, "Airlie, . llli.li street, Armadale, rills
DAI (Thursdiv, December 1), at J o clue», lui
fat Kilda Cometer)
W11 HAM 01 OKOr APPS, Indo-tqkcr
GARTON.—In fond remembrance of M. A. Gar-
ton, 30th November, 1895.—J.G., C.W.G.,
J.D.F.
GIDNEY.—In loving memory of my dear mother,
who died December 1, 1896.—A. J. Derham.
SHANAHAN.—In loving remembrance of my dear
son, Michael, who died December 1, 1897.
R.I.P. (Inserted by his loving mother and
brothers.)
CURWEN.—The Funeral of the late Mrs. ALEX-
ANDER CURWEN will leave her late resi-
dence, "Airlie," High-street, Armadale, THIS
DAY (Thursday, December 1), at 3 o'clock, for
St. Kilda Cemetery.
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 1 December 1898 [Issue No.16,352] page 1 2017-11-22 20:28 ARMYTAGE.-On the 28th November, Ernest A
Charles Armytage of Como, South Yarra.
CLAPHAM. - On the 20th November, it the resl
dence of ills soninlivv, \, in Pearl, 1 sq ,
Sliaftchurv avenue rhonias lames Clapham,
1Mloved tnthir of I T J W «I A W Clap
Ililli Mrs (leorge Stone and Mrs W ni Pearl,
in Ins hntli j ear Blessed are the dead that die
in the lord
CURWEN.-On the 20th November, at \nnadale,
I llrabcth Cathciine, the beloved wife of V I
( urv.cn
ENGLISH.- On the SDth Novoinli.r IRIS, at lils
mother H resldrnce 7¿ hi \lnecnt Place south
Allcitpirk, Joseph, onl} son of Mia S Orant
omi lute 11 Wv ed huslnnd of Mrs S M lug
Uah, iiRcd J2 veirs
LEEK.-On the aub November, at Canlflrld,
Ulled bj fall (rom horse I esllc Roberts (lack),
Hie dcvrlv beloved second pon ol John and Jessie
I cik, atfed lu vcars 7 months
NETTER.- On the 29th November, at Euonuma.
Brodzky, Bella Amalia relict of the late Dr
S Netter, of Vienna, aged 88 years
WHITING - On the 27th November, at The Oaks
Alexandra, George Whiting fourth son of
rest_
ARMYTAGE.—On the 28th November, Ernest A.
Charles Armytage, of Como, South Yarra.
CLAPHAM.—On the 29th November, at the resi-
dence of his son-in-law, Wm. Pearl, Esq.,
Shaftesbury-avenue, Thomas James Clapham,
beloved father of E. T., J. W., and A. W. Clap-
ham, Mrs. George Stone, and Mrs. Wm. Pearl,
in his 89th year. Blessed are the dead that die
in the Lord.
CURWEN.—On the 29th November, at Armadale,
Elizabeth Catherine, the beloved wife of A. E.
Curwen.
ENGLISH.—On the 29th November, 1898, at his
mother's residence, 72 St. Vincent Place south,
Albert-park, Joseph, only son of Mrs. S. Grant
and late beloved husband of Mrs. S. M. Eng-
lish, aged 32 years.
LEEK.—On the 29th November, at Caulfield,
killed by fall from horse, Leslie Roberts (Jack),
the dearly beloved second son of John and Jessie
Leek, aged 16 years 7 months.
NETTER.—On the 29th November, at Euonuma,
Hoddle-street, the residence of her son, Maurice
Brodzky, Bella Amalia, relict of the late Dr.
S. Netter, of Vienna, aged 88 years.
WHITING.—On the 27th November, at The Oaks,
Alexandra, George Whiting, fourth son of
rest.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 1 December 1898 [Issue No.16,352] page 1 2017-11-22 13:22 DILL.—On the 7tli November, at Toogimbie Sta-
WOOLLEY.-Ort tho 28th November, at Mvrtlc
(ord, tho »Ho of O O Woolley ol a »on_
TUCKFIELD-HARBER. -On the 1st January
at Perth, Western Australia, by the Rev R J
of the Rev James W Tuckfield, Armadale to
Edith, third daughter of Thomas Harber of St
Kilda
TUCKFIELD-OLDEN.-On the 19th October, at
Wesley Church,Perth Western Australia by
the Rev J A Jeffreys performed by the Revs
(Curley Butler and J Weir, Harold James Tuck
field, dentist Coolgardie eldest son of the Rev
Essie, fourth daughter of the late O B Olden
of Ballarat
DILL.—On the 7th November, at Toogimbie Sta-
WOOLLEY.—On the 28th November, at Myrtle-
ford, the wife of G. O. Woolley of a son.
TUCKFIELD—HARBER.—On the 1st January, at
Perth, Western Australia, by the Rev. R. J.
of the Rev. James W. Tuckfield, Armadale, to
Edith, third daughter of Thomas Harber, of St.
Kilda.
TUCKFIELD—OLDEN.—On the 19th October, at
Wesley Church, Perth, Western Australia, by
the Rev. J. A. Jeffreys, assisted by the Revs.
Corley Butler and J. Weir, Harold James Tuck-
field, dentist, Coolgardie, eldest son of the Rev.
James W. Tuckfield, Armadale, to Constance
Ettie, fourth daughter of the late O. S. Olden,
of Ballarat.
HOTEL PROSECUTIONS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 30 November 1898 [Issue No.16,351] page 6 2017-11-22 13:15 Kur Hit- tlefi-nti it was ingui lh.it the men vvito
prívale ti li mli nf the tit li ntl mt. mid In- lud «up
plied Ila- ililli!, nulli .1 euplioaitl lu n private par-
lour, which lie' shtivviU Hie uilist.lbki. A Hue of
£i, with 10». cosis, was imposed.
The Coburg Be nell .nsli-ritny K-nleiietd n .toims
woman namul Linn Howell to 11 moulin' Im-
prisonment lui i-grain-). The tíldente showed
that tiio vvomnii was miali!!! to maintain herself.
She hail Jimt touiplelcil one u( lour vntcncei of
imprisonment for viiejrune).- . I
For the defence it was urged that the men were
private friends of the defendant, and he had sup-
plied the drink from a cupboard in a private par-
lour, which he showed the constables. A fine of
£2, with 10s. costs, was imposed.
The Coburg Bench yesterday sentenced a young
woman named Lena Howell to 12 months' im-
prisonment for vagrancy. The evidence showed
that the woman was unable to maintain herself.
She had just completed one of four sentences of
imprisonment for vagrancy.
HOTEL PROSECUTIONS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 30 November 1898 [Issue No.16,351] page 6 2017-11-22 13:05 -70/7;i, PllOSCCOIIONí).
At the Psicndon Polite (oi.it, Rohtrt Inine,
sub nispuli t i,f polite, i h lift d Waller Mellóse,
lictnsu ,! th, .tklliiit Inn, with Sumliv muling,
on .Tlth niton i. Vh. Vpr.nl.uic, who .ippmrul
for lim deft nt (, pli .(lui not fuiltv. Coiwtabk-i
Hnllett .nul Bniiii jil gan i vidente lh.it on the
date- n mud tin. win- tiy'ilhu on Hit-using ilulv,
and vv.ilihul the« bonn« Irnni '.Î mimili-, pisl I lu
fin niiliiilci lo r, pin Al the latter time they
saw two jounir nun no Into Hu« hotel, .uni upon
ful lu.vi ni; lliini t,jw ihm men drinking in ii pir
loin. On Hu« t.ilik ivis ii ulass of ti kinky ami
two gl.is is of lui i. I)t lind.int sahl tile- men were
hi. ti It mis, imtl he thtl lint i barge- for the llf|lloi.
HOTEL PROSECUTIONS.
At the Essendon Police Court, Robert Irvine,
sub-inspector of police, charged Walter Melrose,
licensee of the Melfort Inn, with Sunday trading,
on 30th October. Mr. M'Farlane, who appeared
for the defence, pleaded not guilty. Constables
Hallett and Berriman gave evidence that on the
date named they were together on licensing duty,
and watched the house from 25 minutes past 1 to
five minutes to 5 p.m. At the latter time they
saw two young men go into the hotel, and upon
following them saw three men drinking in a par-
lour. On the table was a glass of whisky and
two glasses of beer. Defendant said the men were
his friends, and he did not charge for the liquor.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 30 November 1898 [Issue No.16,351] page 1 2017-11-22 12:47 Tallangatta, the wife of Altred Tabor—a daugh-
AITCHISON-On the 25th November, at Pemb-
ridge Square, London, David Aitchison formerly
or Kurruc-a-ruc Station Rokewood aged 80
ARNOLD -On the Gili September at Hollv lodge,
Stonington, Sussex, 1 nglund, Nellv Uri} only
child of Alice und the Inte Lleutinant A\ II
\rnold, ns, of ascending paiuljsls, aged 7
vims und 11 mouths
BOWER.-On the 20th November, at Buxton, Mal
42nd year beloved husband of Amy and son of
the late Charles George Bower, of St Kilda
CLAPHAM - On the 29th November, at the resi-
CURWEN-On tlio 20th Novemlier, at Armadilc
J lizabcth Catherine, the beloved wife of A 1
Ourwcn
EGAN.-On the 25th November, iat Mooroopna,
Michael Egan late of Echuca
HARTRIDGE.-On the 20lli Novemlcr, nt Ilath
c,icl, Burke road, Upper Hawthorn Annie, the
beloved v>ifo of I runcls O llartridtc
HATTAM.-On the 27th November, at Port Fairy,
30th June, 1895 - J.G., C.W.G., J.D.F.
Beloved in life, regntUJ, gone,
lit iiioiubcred in the j,nve
JONES. —In sacred and/loving memory of our
»har mother, who departed this life November
Tear no more the mmmier's sun,
Nor winter fl furious riges
Thou thy earthly taslt host done
Home art tone, and to cn thy wuges
Tallangatta, the wife of Alfred Tabor—a daugh-
AITCHISON.—On the 25th November, at Pemb-
ridge-square, London, David Aitchison formerly
of Kurruc-a-ruc Station, Rokewood, aged 80.
ARNOLD.—On the 5th September, at Holly-lodge,
Storrington, Sussex, England, Nelly Gray, only
child of Alice and the late Lieutenant W. H.
Arnold, R.N., of ascending paralysis, aged 7
years and 11 months.
BOWER.—On the 29th November, at Buxton, Mal-
vern-road, Malvern, Frederick Theodore, in his
42nd year, beloved husband of Amy and son of
the late Charles George Bower, of St. Kilda.
CLAPHAM.—On the 29th November, at the resi-
bury-avenue, Northcote, Thomas James Clap-
CURWEN.—On the 29th November, at Armadale,
Elizabeth Catherine, the beloved wife of A. E.
Curwen.
EGAN.—On the 25th November, at Mooroopna,
Michael Egan, late of Echuca. R.I.P.
HARTRIDGE.—On the 29th November, at Rath-
gael, Burke-road, Upper Hawthorn, Annie, the
beloved wife of Francis C. Hartridge.
HATTAM.—On the 27th November, at Port Fairy,
30th June, 1895.—J.G., C.W.G., J.D.F.
Beloved in life, regretted, gone,
Remembered in the grave.
JONES.—In sacred and loving memory of our
dear mother, who departed this life November
Fear no more the summer's sun,
Nor winter's furious rages ;
Thou, thy earthly task hast done,
Home art gone, and ta'en thy wages.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 29 November 1898 [Issue No.16,350] page 1 2017-11-21 18:05 <f her son, Tohn I liston Nelson nlacc W11
Inmslovvn Mirj, the dearly loved wife of John
II Liston, nrcd \ i jtars It I 1"
MOORE. —On tilt 28lh November, at Beulah, Wil-
M It aged 17 years, late of Dandenong.
of Mrs. King and Miss Notley, of 318 Lonsdale-
WILLIAMS. —On the 27th November, ol his late
G. C. Williams dearly beloved husband of
M. Williams, after a painful Illness, aged 55
MRS. W. WELCHMAN and 1 iimil> deslrt to
impress their sincere 1 HANKS for the main
nts of 1 indnosa and simpnlhi ttndereil to thtm
I i their friends in thtir rtcuit lu itavi incut
MRS. E. COLEGATE tenders her slncere
THANKS for the visit», message« of ton
d dence, and floral tnhutis received from her
l mm rous friends dilling htr lecint hereaienunt_
rtTIIl ItrntherB and Sisters of (lit late Mr. M. F.
KINANE, of 28 Hi icnn»fleld paruli Albert
1 ni disivt to express linn sincere THANKS 1o
ilur mimi friends for kind svmpithv expressed
i httei» tilegrams, and llornl tributes numil
durlnir their rttent Kad bciciivemint
A Solemn Office and Requiem Mass will he Cele-
VERY REV. GERALD BYRNE, at St Mary's
Church, Williamstown THIS MORNING (Tuesday,
Hu funeral will Itave the church at Hu eon
f hi ion of the mass for the Melbourne Cent ntl
< » mi ten p isslng the North Melbourne railvv IJ
ht dun about a Quarter to J o'tlotk.
I01IN mu.Y. Undirtakci
of her son, John J. Liston, Nelson-place, Wil-
liamstown, Mary, the dearly loved wife of John
H. Liston, aged 45 years. R.I.P.
MOORE.—On the 28th November, at Beulah, Wil-
M.B., aged 17 years, late of Dandenong.
NOTLEY.—On the 28th November, at Mr. Bradey's
of Mrs. King and Miss Notley, of 313 Lonsdale-
dence, No. 569 Malvern-road, Toorak, Wilhel-
mina, the dearly-beloved wife of Joseph Whyte,
WILLIAMS.—On the 27th November, at his late
residence, Hawthorn-road, Caulfield, Councillor
G. C. Williams, dearly beloved husband of
M. Williams, after a painful illness, aged 55
years, late of 128 Russell-street, city.
MRS. W. WELCHMAN and Family desire to
express their sincere THANKS for the many
acts of kindness and sympathy tendered to them
by their friends in their recent bereavement.
MRS. E. COLEGATE tenders her sincere
THANKS for the visits, messages of con-
dolence, and floral tributes received from her
numerous friends during her recent bereavement.
THE Brothers and Sisters of the late Mr. M. F.
KINANE, of 28 Beaconsfield-parade, Albert-
park, desire to express their sincere THANKS to
their many friends for kind sympathy expressed
in letters, telegrams, and floral tributes received
during their recent sad bereavement.
A Solemn Office and Requiem Mass will be Cele-
VERY REV. GERALD BYRNE, at St. Mary's
Church, Williamstown, THIS MORNING (Tuesday,
The funeral will leave the church at the con-
clusion of the mass for the Melbourne General
Cemetery, passing the North Melbourne railway
station about a quarter to 2 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker.

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