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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,546,109
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,021,095
4 annmanley 2,252,210
5 John.F.Hall 2,247,172
...
46 mike.connors 585,908
47 Loco 585,528
48 newdeer 570,866
49 jeri 560,827
50 Besure 556,509
51 cmt17 553,895

560,827 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 19,266
June 2017 21,576
May 2017 20,210
April 2017 19,130
March 2017 12,311
February 2017 15,341
January 2017 10,245
December 2016 20,244
November 2016 19,657
October 2016 26,824
September 2016 25,218
August 2016 11,265
July 2016 2,420
June 2016 24,271
May 2016 23,947
April 2016 22,991
March 2016 8,629
February 2016 9,397
January 2016 24,974
December 2015 22,103
November 2015 17,339
October 2015 11,482
September 2015 19,289
August 2015 657
July 2015 12,016
June 2015 8,459
May 2015 26,836
April 2015 16,602
March 2015 7,113
February 2015 11,583
January 2015 8,432
December 2014 6,058
November 2014 3,465
October 2014 3,421
September 2014 2,112
July 2014 3,779
June 2014 511
May 2014 13,188
April 2014 15,045
March 2014 10,942
November 2013 60
September 2013 12
August 2013 1,190
July 2013 1,217

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,546,078
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,021,095
4 annmanley 2,252,140
5 John.F.Hall 2,247,167
...
46 mike.connors 585,891
47 Loco 585,528
48 newdeer 570,866
49 jeri 560,370
50 Besure 556,509
51 cmt17 553,895

560,370 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 19,245
June 2017 21,528
May 2017 20,185
April 2017 19,094
March 2017 12,284
February 2017 15,326
January 2017 10,240
December 2016 20,210
November 2016 19,632
October 2016 26,817
September 2016 25,004
August 2016 11,265
July 2016 2,420
June 2016 24,271
May 2016 23,947
April 2016 22,991
March 2016 8,629
February 2016 9,397
January 2016 24,974
December 2015 22,103
November 2015 17,339
October 2015 11,482
September 2015 19,289
August 2015 657
July 2015 12,016
June 2015 8,459
May 2015 26,836
April 2015 16,602
March 2015 7,113
February 2015 11,583
January 2015 8,432
December 2014 6,058
November 2014 3,465
October 2014 3,421
September 2014 2,112
July 2014 3,779
June 2014 511
May 2014 13,188
April 2014 15,045
March 2014 10,942
November 2013 60
September 2013 12
August 2013 1,190
July 2013 1,217

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,182
2 mickbrook 90,948
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 33,372
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
58 cjw29 489
59 henrydetjen 479
60 JudyClayden 459
61 jeri 457
62 gailv 451
63 Alvine 444

457 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 21
June 2017 48
May 2017 25
April 2017 36
March 2017 27
February 2017 15
January 2017 5
December 2016 34
November 2016 25
October 2016 7
September 2016 214


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About People (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 18 January 1952 [Issue No.3965] page 6 2017-07-22 22:18 Mr S. Brazier, of Armidale
'•-• *•'". * , -f. , *••
of. Markham Street, are on
Holidays in Newcastle.^ 1
Mr.; J. W. Shand,V^.G¥# wa|
the guest this week ot ^
cousinf Mr: D. M. Shand, ot
Mr. Norman Strelitz. o
again after a very senotis iU
ness. _ : ^ - m - , ' •
MSBagnall,^fO'Delt|treet
are on a ; sdiort holiday in
Guyra and JSbor.^ . t
of Rockhampton, visited Ai
midale this week. They_are
on a holiday tour of nortn
ern centres.^ # *
and son Darnell have returned}
tccWeston after a holiday with
Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. Walker, ot Beardy Street,
Armidale. # .
Kogarah, Mr. John „r
of Guyra are visiting Armida^
They are staying atthehm
pire Hotel. ^ A % *
3proule; Sydney. a)bcitora has
been staying . •
Shand of Woodvule. - .
He returned to Sydiieythis
week. _ #
Mr and Mrs. E. Ferris, of
Oueen Street, Uralla, will
teave^shortly to take up resi
dence in Punchbowl. lhey
have Wen in Uralla 45 years,,
and 3^. Ferris has been sev
; The-death occurred in New- j
castle on January 3 of Mrs.
Isabella Gardiner, widow ,ot
theMate" William Gardmer ot
Muswellbrook.. Mrs. G^diner
late Mr., and Mrs. J. J. Ferris,
of "Millbank,". Armidale. J
Place in Melbourne on Janu-.
arv 26? when Neville Nixon
formerly of Armidale and np*
mai ry; Miss Phyllis MacDon
ald. of Carlton. Mr. Nixon is
% * *
of Armidale <Rt, Rev. J. S.
M<?anon St. John served 46
ahd was made a Canon in
1934. ■ " ' - .
Mr. Philip Hood, in^rndt
has returned .tp Sydney after
a ^holiday at-Armidale.
^ He was staying with Mr. ii.
k. Shand, ofepToodvme. *•
pMr. Jiood is in cfcrge |of
four. #xan^ments ^or v the
English* man»e^mns now |sn
Australia. . "j"
* *
• i
%A family
at the home of Mrs F. Mans
field (senior) 0 Beardy Street
^^"werdy-one sons, daughters,
Soii^infaw dhiignters-in-law
and r grandchildren > gathered
ahd sang songs. > * ■
. This was the first time the
gether for many years. }
>Thosd present were:-— " i
-Mr, and Mrs. I. Barwick and
ter, of Wol ion gong, Mr. and
sons, of Beardy -Street, Mr.
children, of Tancredi Street, j
Mrs. C, Bodell, of .Beardy
Street, Mr. and Mrs. E. •
Coughlan and two sons, ot
Beardy Street; an* Mr. N. i
Ma^sfi^d- '
ABOUT PEOPLE.
Mr. S. Brazier, of Armidale
* * * *
of Markham Street, are on
* * * *
Mr. J. W. Shand, K.C., was
the guest this week of his
cousin, Mr: D. M. Shand, of
* * * *
Mr. Norman Strelitz. of
again after a very serious ill
* * * *
Mrs. Bagnall, of O'Dell Street,
are on a short holiday in
Guyra and Ebor.
* * * *
of Rockhampton, visited Ar
midale this week. They are
on a holiday tour of north
* * * *
and son Darrell have returned
to Weston after a holiday with
Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walker, of Beardy Street,
* * * *
Kogarah, Mr. John Sutt, of
of Guyra are visiting Armidale.
They are staying at the Em
* * * *
Sproule, Sydney solicitors, has
been staying with Mr. D. M.
Shand of Woodville.
He returned to Sydney this
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ferris, of
Queen Street, Uralla, will
leave shortly to take up resi
dence in Punchbowl. They
have been in Uralla 45 years,
and Mr. Ferris has been sev
* * * *
The death occurred in New
castle on January 3, of Mrs.
Isabella Gardiner, widow of
the late William Gardiner of
Muswellbrook. Mrs. Gardiner
late Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ferris,
* * * *
place in Melbourne on Janu
ary 26, when Neville Nixon
formerly of Armidale and now
marry; Miss Phyllis MacDon
ald, of Carlton. Mr. Nixon is
* * * *
of Armidale (Rt, Rev. J. S.
Moyes).
Canon St. John served 46
and was made a Canon in
* * * *
Mr. Philip Hood, internat
has returned to Sydney after
a holiday at Armidale.
He was staying with Mr. D.
M. Shand, of Woodville.
Mr. Hood is in charge of
tour arrangements for the
English mannequins now in
* * * *

A family reunion was held
at the home of Mrs. F. Mans
field (senior) in Beardy Street
last night.
Twenty-one sons, daughters,
Sons-in-law, daughters-in-law,
and grandchildren gathered
and sang songs.
This was the first time the
gether for many years.
Those present were:-—
Mr. and Mrs. I. Barwick and
ter, of Wollongong, Mr. and
sons, of Beardy Street, Mr.
children, of Tancredi Street,
Mrs. C. Bodell, of Beardy
Street, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Coughlan and two sons, of
Beardy Street, and Mr. N.
Mansfield.
PERSONAL (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 27 June 1947 [Issue No.3554] page 8 2017-07-22 22:05 PERSONAL
. *Mrs. S.Brazier, Fauikner-st., is
a^atient in" the Armidale and New!
JSh'reported to have improved.
Mr. arid Mik E. Farmer, of Hus
d^n-street, have returned home after;
atnonth's ftoiidriy, part of which was
* . * * * *
JThe Rev, Sydney Smith, who serv
ed tiis diaconate in Tamworth, will
he> advanced to the priesthood on
Suriday in the Anglican Cathedral,
Gpgura, in the diocese of- New"
GUiriea. p •••*•
- 'J**- -■ * 9' ■ -m
•Miss X-ncy Johnstore, B.A., has]
Reived advicfe that she has now'
the- last sec tion of the Final
urilnation and qualified as a
countants (Austi).
y *-■ ■ * * m~:■»
IjThe death occurred at Moree on;
Wednesday of Mr. Andrew McCler
•jMn (75), forlrnerly of Armidaler The
iqneral was held this afternoon after
dee in St. Paul's Presbyterian j
urchtf a^ (which the Rev; H. Mac
Neil S^uh^ers officiated. Interment
•Wis made mthePresbyterian por
tion of; Armidale cemetery. Pid
driigtoc's had charge of arrange
* -•' » # *
•'tThe president. and vice-president'
* of-the 'Sydrie^ ljegacy Club, Mr. D.
S. Aarors and Mr. M. Griffin, who
attended a public dinner on Wed-j
* nesday evening,left yesterday for
Tamworth. While in Armidale they!
viisited the diversity and the Tea-1
the Torchbearers. Mr. Aarons is]
chairman of directors of the Vacuum |
Oil Company.* • f
* * * * •>
Mr. Glass, a former]
weli-#o™rri^?^^ent of Armidale,
passed a^y at his home, 39 Chester- j
on Sunday last j
at the age'years. Deceased j
lefifeArmidale W1S23 when he dis-1
posed of. "Gara" Station. He was
a forindriticm^ riteriiber of the Du-<
maresq Shire Council, and took an;
active interest m civic affairs. His]
wife; died" In 1943. Two sons, Kd-j
ward arid Frank, arid a -daughter, ;
J<rAlice sGlass. survive. A* broth- j
er, Mr. George Glass, who is X2\
2*""rs of nee/resides at Beecroft. j
The remains of the late Mr. Glass '
were privately crematedat Nor-;
-thetn Suburb® Crematorium on Mon-!
day lasf. ■ j
'. r; '/; J
W.; Kingdom, Kewton-street, w Armir 1
dale, to &oy? youngest son
Sohulfz *i*d Ihe 13jphuitz,]
I>oiin<;Ily--£treet, Argiidale.
PERSONAL.
Mrs. S. Brazier, Faulkner-st., is
a patient in the Armidale and New
is reported to have improved.
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. E. Farmer, of Rus
den-street, have returned home after
a month's holiday, part of which was
* * * *
The Rev. Sydney Smith, who serv
ed his deaconate in Tamworth, will
be advanced to the priesthood on
Sunday in the Anglican Cathedral,
Dogura, in the diocese of New
Guinea.
* * * *
Miss Lucy Johnstone, B.A., has
received advice that she has now
passed the last section of the Final
Examlnation and qualified as a
countants (Aust.).
* * * *
The death occurred at Moree on
Wednesday of Mr. Andrew McClen
nan (75), formerly of Armidale. The
funeral was held this afternoon after
a service in St. Paul's Presbyterian
Church, at which the Rev. H. Mac
Neil Saunders officiated. Interment
was made in the Presbyterian por
tion of Armidale cemetery. Pid
dington's had charge of arrange
ments.
* * * *
The president. and vice-president
of the Sydney Legacy Club, Mr. D.
S. Aarons and Mr. M. Griffin, who
attended a public dinner on Wed
nesday evening,left yesterday for
Tamworth. While in Armidale they
visited the diversity and the Tea
the Torchbearers. Mr. Aarons is
chairman of directors of the Vacuum
Oil Company.
* * * *
Mr. Alexander Glass, a former
well-known resident of Armidale,
passed away at his home, 39 Chester
field Road, Epping, on Sunday last
at the age of 78 years. Deceased
left Armidale in 1923 when he dis
posed of "Gara" Station. He was
a foundation member of the Du
maresq Shire Council, and took an
active interest in civic affairs. His
wife died In 1943. Two sons, Ed
ward and Frank, and a daughter,
Miss Alice Glass. survive. A broth
er, Mr. George Glass, who is 82
years of age, resides at Beecroft.
The remains of the late Mr. Glass
were privately cremated at Nor
thern Suburbs Crematorium on Mon
day last.
* * * *
ENGAGEMENT.
The engagement is announced of
Joan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Kingdom, Newton-street, Armi
dale, to Roy, youngest son of Mr. C.
Schultz and the late Mrs. Schultz,
of Donnelly-street, Armidale.
LOCAL JOTTINGS (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 16 September 1940 [Issue No.5599] page 2 2017-07-22 21:51 LOCAL JOTTINGS I
211— x
yMr. R. R. ^Brazier, the Independ
ent candidate for\Calure, will ad
dress the Electors from the band ro- 1
tuiula in Bell Park to-night. There ,
should be a feood attendance.
, bullet wound in his head and a pis
tol in his hand, at the Ornnirp in
ternment camn on Saturday. Ilej
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
211— x.
Mr. R. R. Brazier, the Independ
ent candidate for Calare, will ad
dress the Electors from the band ro
tunda in Bell Park to-night. There
should be a good attendance.
bullet wound in his head and a pis
tol in his hand, at the Orange in
ternment came on Saturday. He
PERSONAL. (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Friday 6 January 1950 page 4 2017-07-22 21:49 J. S. Joseph, of (Grey Street
Mr. Ffler Cook, of Taylor St.,
the'G-P-O.
W- Maagleson, of Wentworth
yvj ? J_ ? i ? S_ _ _ i ? _ _ . l-m
s-treec, wno is a patient in tne
Mss Josephine Mogan, of Ma_
roubra, has arrived in* Glen In.
nes.^w^ere she- will attend as
?chieJLJii&esmaid at the wedding
sey Mogan,- to Miss Minr* Me.
-31ifty, to be celebrated' in St.
Patrick's Church, Glen Innes,, on
Saturday, January i4ih- She is
McChfty, of West Avenue.
Mr. T, Law, of Kallangur, ac.
Mr Bernie Garrick, of Wil.T
loughby, ai.ived in Glen Innes
by plane to-d&y, where he will
of Constable Dempsey Mogan.
ana i*-ss aq,ary Mcuiiity. «
Misses Olive and Betty Murden^
pf vQuirindi, are spending «, holi^^
day with their grandparents 'Mr.
arnd. Mrs. W. * H. Wilson, «f
Tomngton Street, -
Mr. Bcrnie Camck, of WjI
Mr. and Mrs. Hi Murray, who
where they will make their home,
Mr. and M_s. Doug Hunter, of
ToGwmmba, v and Mrs. A. Mun.
day, oPCremome, have returned
the Murray- Johnson wedding.
Mr. Laurie fomith and Mr.
spending a holiday in Glen limes.
Post OJS-* staff, spent the week
end w ca his parents at Wood
--* ? ? |
1 ^3 marriage will be celebrat.
cl ^ tne noiy Trinity Church of
at 3 p.m., of Miss Mav*s McRae,
elder daughter of Mr. and Mis.
to Mr. Cliff JohnB&i, younger
son of Mis.;, C. 'Johnson and the
late Mr. Johnson, .ytif? 'Bonnie
'Braes,' Red-' Range
Mr and Mrs. MeVt Priest, of
Grty Street, have returned home
Lieutenant Nola Na^h, of the
?Jst.j Glen Innes Guides, has left
for Sydney, where she will . at
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Walker i
l,Ti\ Ron Mackenzie, of Lithr
go\., s spending a few days with
tlrs. M. O'Shea and her
22nd. but was less severe else.
Where. ? . ?;
very, welcome. . ? __ . ?
Miss Noefcne Hilton, of Thorn.
E--str-ct Hospital.
Innesi
of Bourke*' Street, have returned
wah then* fath'r, Mr. M. J.
Winstanley, of Toowoomba. ,
davs. with 'Mr. Mathers 'iwrt.Vipr
R. R Mather, of Bourke Street.*
Miss Mona Shelton/of Church
S \**x, leaves, to.morrow to_spend
Sydney. * '*
Street, fcjas retairned after sp£ju|_
illa. -
i '*?
and Mrs. A. J. Hilton, of Thorn-*
Miss M. Fury, ofr Hornsby,
2£rs. Hogbin, of Herbert Street..
Mr. H, A. Clarke, accompan.
Street, left yesterday for Sydngy^
where he wHl meet bis brother
and £i5ter_;ji-law and family, who
? nut ,n^AAr-t': watUiux^un f rr m* '^ uu.
l^iaie Empire Brent' front- Eng_,
land, , ? , , ^
Mr. J. t^ewrey, of Herbert S\
Js spending a few days with re^
latives in Sydney ' «— ,
* * * *
* * * *
* * * *
J. S. Joseph, of (Grey Street.
* * * *
Mr. Peter Cook, of Taylor St.,
the G.P.O.
* * * *
Mr. Barry Hall, of the Post Of
* * * *
W. Mangleson, of Wentworth
street, who is a patient in tne
* * * *
Miss Josephine Mogan, of Ma
roubra, has arrived in Glen In
nes, where she will attend as
chief bridesmaid at the wedding
sey Mogan, to Miss Mary Mc
Clifty, to be celebrated in St.
Patrick's Church, Glen Innes, on
Saturday, January 14th-.She is
McClifty, of West Avenue.
* * * *
Mr. T. Law, of Kallangur, ac.
* * * *
Mr Bernie Garrick, of Wil
loughby, arived in Glen Innes
by plane to-day, where he will
of Constable Dempsey Mogan,
and Miss Mary McClifty.
* * * *
Misses Olive and Betty Murden,
of Quirindi, are spending a holi
day with their grandparents, Mr.
and. Mrs. W. H. Wilson, of
Torrington Street.
* * * *
Mr. Bernie Carrick, of WiI
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. L. Murray, who
where they will make their home.
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Hunter, of
Toowoomba, v and Mrs. A. Mun
day, of Cremome, have returned
to their homes after attending
the Murray—Johnson wedding.
* * * *
Mr. Laurie Smith and Mr.
spending a holiday in Glen lnnes.
* * * *
Post Office staff, spent the week
end with his parents at Wood
* * * *
The marriage will be celebrat.
ed at the Holy Trinity Church of
at 3 p.m., of Miss Mavis McRae,
elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
to Mr. Cliff Johnson, younger
son of Mrs. C. Johnson and the
late Mr. Johnson, of 'Bonnie
'Braes,' Red Range.
* * * *
Mr and Mrs. Mert Priest, of
Grey Street, have returned home
* * * *
Lieutenant Nola Nash, of the
1st Glen Innes Guides, has left
for Sydney, where she will at
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Walker
* * * *
Mr. Ron Mackenzie, of Lith
gow, is spending a few days with
* * * *
Mrs. M. O'Shea and her
* * * *
* * * *
where.
* * * *
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. G. Folbigg, of
* * * *
Miss Noelene Hilton, of Thom
* * * *
District Hospital.
* * * *
Innes.
* * * *
* * * *
of Bourke Street, have returned
with their father, Mr. M. J.
* * * *
davs. with Mr. Mathers brother
* * * *
Miss Mona Shelton, of Church
Street, leaves, to-morrow to spend
* * * *
Street, fcjas retairned after spend
* * * *
and Mrs. A. J. Hilton, of Thom
* * * *
Miss M. Fury, of Hornsby,
Mrs. Hogbin, of Herbert Street.
* * * *
Mr. H. A. Clarke, accompan
Street, left yesterday for Sydney
where he will meet his brother
and sister-in-law and family, who
will arrive to-morrow morning on
the "Empire Brent" from Eng
land.
* * * *
Mr. J. Lewrey, of Herbert St.,
is spending a few days with re
latives in Sydney.
PERSONALITIES (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 27 November 1944 [Issue No.4924] page 5 2017-07-22 21:19 I ? ^ ?
Mrs. 'Douglas Brazier, of Euch- '
areena, is spending1 a short holiday
* * ..
In yesterday's '.Sunday ,Su|n'
Crockett, of Wellington, whose en-!
'?agement to Lloyd !L. Hodge, A.I.F. !
. lias been announced. Pat is the |
' youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ]
:. W. A. Crockett, Wellington; the'
, bridegroom to be is the fourth son!
..:, of Mr. and Mrs. /W R. Hodge, of!
'I Cowra. j
s ♦;*-...? ,
H ' ' . ? ? I
I The marriage took' place at ,St. 1
I Mary's JBasilieardn Saturday last of!
% Ellen Ball, da\i£hTer of Mrs. ,B. '
| Veech, of Wellington, to Mr. .Syl- :
I vester HilK of Bodangora^ She
I vac attende'Oy Her sister, Mrs. A.
I 'E. Boyd, of :*:$?.lfongoing. and Mavis
\ Thomsctt, of Oolong1. j
The. engagement is announced of,
I Marie Rush, only daughter of Mr. i
1 smd Mrs. Alec .Stewart, of Bur
I wood (late of Genrie), to C.P.O.i
I Leslie Ward: MyhiU, R,AvN., young- j
I er son of Mr. William C. Myhill, of
1 Strathfield. Wed din? at an early
i date.
I.---1*: ♦ *
I ? ? ?'
I accompanied by her friend, Miss'.
*r ular. artist. - . . .; V-''-^ -^ ? # ? !
Mr. ? Greefh.; ; 6^pu5^p,;; brought^ a
NiS'kt's^conc^
-1st, Alan' GiI&'\(R^A^.J\)- 'V- - Mr.
Greelh Js^very; Jielpf ui.: to the Musi
? Perrott (violinist) ,
Mr. Eon Hill, of Cessnock, fiance
??: ' :. :.-...?.:..*?.?.. * *
_ Miss Mabel McLeod, of .Sydney,1
* * * i ; ;
.Private C. . and. Mrs. MeCue. aind
? ' ' . ,.-::?:??;?' * ? * !
. Mr. Milton Toyer was in Well
fert on. Saturday' night.. I
/St., who went to |Sydney recently
* * ?
* * . *?? . !
On the Monday evening- prior to '
their marriage, a;.??very enjoyable
young couple by Mr, Stan Cosier. . j
TVIV c\t-\A TVfva 7~».. »»;,«i t-r.:^;r''jr
j 'Karoo', Walmer, will be 'fevered
l-ies. . ' , . . -..- ? . '?'?? -?. j
|- ' ?'?'?? ?? -.'? ' -*'?/.'. :*' '?.?;:?; . ; i
. -Mr. Fred Hill, of jSyai^''-.' is!
ington Alluvials Ltd. ' ?? /
!-,.._ *??.*..? *.-.:.?, ...?:?? .,|
I lT\jf^, AT ? /'I _ _ T ?» Jm a . ?
; au,i. man \jomiouy, ot Uran^e;
, voice, was accompanied .by his'tui-
Convent of Mei-c^. ? ?* ?
? L ' 'V-'-' -' ?? ?
Major J. |S. Go wans has been, ap
?jointed as engineer to the Well
military authorities. j
* * * ? I
Mr. J'. B. Cramsie, former chair
ma'n of the Metropolitan ? Meat
Board. ;
: on .Saturday night.
| way, who was recently appointed
i as station master at Wellington,
; took up his duties here last week,
j Mr. Galvin left earlier in the week
J for Katoomba, to which town he
; has been appointed. ;
PERSONALITIES.
Mrs. Douglas Brazier, of Euch
areena, is spending a short holiday
* * * *
In yesterday's 'Sunday Sun'
gagement to Lloyd L. Hodge, A.I.F.
has been announced. Pat is the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Crockett, Wellington; the
bridegroom to be is the fourth son
of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Hodge, of
* * * *
The marriage took place at St.
Mary's Basilica on Saturday last of
Ellen Ball, daughter of Mrs. B.
Veech, of Wellington, to Mr. Syl
vester Hill, of Bodangora. She
was attended by her sister, Mrs. A.
E. Boyd, of Wollongong, and Mavis
Thomsett, of Molong.
* * * *
The engagement is announced of
and Mrs. Alec Stewart, of Bur
wood (late of Geurie), to C.P.O.
Leslie Ward Myhill, R.A.N., young
er son of Mr. William C. Myhill, of
Strathfield. Wed din? at an early
date.
* * * *
accompanied by her friend, Miss'.
* * * *
Mr. Green, of Dubbo, brought a
party to Wellington for Saturday
night's concert, including the pian
ist, Alan GiIes (R.A.A.F.). Mr.
GreeN Js^very; Jielpf ui.: to the Musi
Perrott (violinist).
* * * *
Mr. Ron Hill, of Cessnock, fiance
* * * *
Miss Mabel McLeod, of .Sydney,
* * * *
Private C. and. Mrs. McCue. and
* * * *
Mr. Milton Toyer was in Well
* * * *
St., who went to |Sydney recently
* * * *
* * * *
* * * *
On the Monday evening prior to
their marriage, a very enjoyable
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. Darvel Baird, of
'Karoo', Walmer, will be tendered
* * * *
Mr. Fred Hill, of Sydney, is
ington Alluvials Ltd.
* * * *
Mr. Alan Connolly, of Orange,
voice, was accompanied .by his'tui-
* * * *
* * * *
Convent of Mercy.
* * * *
pointed as engineer to the Well
military authorities.
* * * *
Mr. J. B. Cramsie, former chair
man of the Metropolitan Meat
* * * *
on Saturday night.
* * * *
way, who was recently appointed
as station master at Wellington,
took up his duties here last week,
Mr. Galvin left earlier in the week
for Katoomba, to which town he
has been appointed.
Alleged Breach of Promise 18-YEAR-OLD GIRL'S CLAIM. A CASE FROM ORANGE. SYDNEY, Monday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Tuesday 6 December 1910 page 2 2017-07-22 21:01 Alleged Breach of Piomise
18.YEAR.0LD GIRL'S CLAIM.
.SYDNEY, Monday.
, Hilda Brazier, through her next
rriend. irtenry Thomas israzier, sued
jolin' William Eade. and claimed £1000
tor alleged breach of promise of marri
age. jjetend'ant denied the agreement
as alleged, and pieaacd that at the
said' that as a result of the girl's as
ing of age. he made repeated promises
of marriagel not only to the plaintiff,
The evidence for the plaintiff wa3
that plaintiff's 'birthday being on Oc
tober 10, 1907. defendant gave her a
made- of two hearts, 'tie also asked
and she said' she did not think so.
'Defendant replied that they could get
mnrrie^ nc snmi a- lipr nnrpntQ u'prfl
of her trouble in -1909. Defendant
tf.ok the girl with him to
did not see the nurse 'but
stopped at a . hotel together, and de
fendant said that he would-go to see
a chemist. The chemist-said that lie
would have nothing. -0 do with the
matter.. On the way Back fiomoBa
thuTSt in -the tram, defendant said:
and added* 'I wish we were.'. He
lather, and get consent for the mar
riage. Ihe defendant gave the girl
a ring in. 1909. and said: 'I hope you
The Ting was a diamond and ruby
-one. . He also gave her £7 to go and
it away. . Defendant later on said that
he- could not marry the girl, because
his .-lather^objccted. and lie had no i
home-:to take;lier to. On one occa
present defendant^ in reply to . thci
girl's mother, ? said that he- would
marry rhe girl, and when they left de
fendant's father said to the girl : 'Jacn
and saw the girl at a nurse's nouse
in iOrange.- -when the baby. :was Lorn
in -Febniary; ' Defendant said that
; iie would ' ma;rry ;iner in - aoout six
months' time. ; The girl ;was tondi of
was ' 18. 011 -October- 10 last.' The -first
promise -was in igo7,,-and- the first in
timacy was in August. 1907. - The
girl, -in her evidence, stated that shci
had hf-ard- that the defendant was go
ing- to lr.afry a ' girl named Mary
?Lyons. ? ,
The. ease stands part heard.
Alleged Breach of Promise.
18 YEAR OLD GIRL'S CLAIM.
SYDNEY, Monday.
Hilda Brazier, through her next
friend, Henry Thomas Brazier, sued
John William Eade, and claimed £1000
for alleged breach of promise of marri
age. Defendant denied the agreement
as alleged, and pleaded that at the
said that as a result of the girl's as
ing of age, he made repeated promises
of marriage, not only to the plaintiff,
The evidence for the plaintiff was
that plaintiff's birthday being on Oc
tober 10, 1907, defendant gave her a
made of two hearts. He also asked
and she said she did not think so.
Defendant replied that they could get
married as soon as her parents were
of her trouble in 1909. Defendant
took the girl with him to
did not see the nurse but
stopped at a hotel together, and de
fendant said that he would go to see
a chemist. The chemist said that he
would have nothing to do with the
matter. On the way back from Ba
thurst in the train, defendant said:
and added* 'I wish we were.' He
father, and get consent for the mar
riage. The defendant gave the girl
a ring in 1909. and said: 'I hope you
The ring was a diamond and ruby
one. He also gave her £7 to go and
it away. Defendant later on said that
he could not marry the girl, because
his father objected. and he had no
home to take her to. On one occa
present defendant, in reply to the
girl's mother, said that he would
marry the girl, and when they left de
fendant's father said to the girl : 'Jack
and saw the girl at a nurse's house
in Orange, when the baby was born
in February. Defendant said that
he would marry her in about six
months' time. The girl was fond of
was 18 on October 10 last. The first
promise was in 1907, and the first in
timacy was in August, 1907. The
girl, in her evidence, stated that she
had heard that the defendant was go
ing to marry a girl named Mary
Lyons.
The case stands part heard.
Social Ghat of the Day (Article), The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People (Sydney, NSW : 1900 - 1919), Saturday 10 April 1915 [Issue No.84] page 7 2017-07-22 20:52 Social Chat of the Day
The wedding ef George Alfrad
Tames, only son of Mr. and Mrs.
Brazier, of ArnclifTe, was cele
'Annie, daughter of Mrs. Shep
herd, of Redfern, w „
The' Kaiser's only daughter,
1 ? i;rCf mn March 18. IQI4.. and
March, 1915
Social Chat of the Day.
The wedding of George Alfred
James, only son of Mr. and Mrs.
Brazier, of Arncliffe, was cele
Annie, daughter of Mrs. Shep
herd, of Redfern.
The Kaiser's only daughter,
her first son March 18, 1914, and
March, 1915.
4d A DAY. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Friday 16 February 1923 [Issue No.14,060] page 6 2017-07-22 20:50 ''4d A DAY..
A Selby '(Enngland) couple, Mr. and
Mrs. Brazier,; aged respectlvely 84 and
S0, have just celebrated their diamond
wodding. In a chat with a newspaper re
prosentative the old lady recalled that
at t he tineo tof her marriage, and for
twelve years afterwards, her hunband
earned nly:8s a wech-and worked seven
days on the farm fbr It. Women's worh
in the turnip fields was reworded at the
ate oat4d a day of nine hours.
4d A DAY.
A Selby (England) couple, Mr. and
Mrs. Brazier, aged respectively 84 and
80, have just celebrated their diamond
wedding. In a chat with a newspaper re
presentative the old lady recalled that
at the time of her marriage, and for
twelve years afterwards, her husband
earned only 8s a week-and worked seven
days on the farm for It. Women's work
in the turnip fields was rewarded at the
rate of 4d a day of nine hours.
GOSSIP FROM JOAN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 15 June 1953 page 5 2017-07-22 20:48 jGOSSIP FROM JOAN \
GOSSIP FROM JOAN.
for WOMEN Social events of importance. TWO COUNTRY BRIDES TOUCH OF GREEN IN WEDDING ENSLMBLlE Girl From Molong At St. John's (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Tuesday 13 January 1931 [Issue No.19827] page 9 2017-07-22 20:47 ^WOMEKT
Social event's of
TWO COUNTRY BRIDES
WEDDING ENSEMBLE
At St. John's
her wedding ensemble. '
FOR WOMEN.
Social event's of Importance.
TWO COUNTRY BRIDES.
WEDDING ENSEMBLE.
At St. John's.
her wedding ensemble.

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