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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,711
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,427
5 Rhonda.M 3,096,310
...
45 RobertMorison 820,293
46 Besure 805,798
47 mike.connors 798,572
48 IDM49 781,253
49 aleon 778,294
50 brucehowlett 752,166

781,253 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 907
September 2019 1,302
August 2019 3,579
July 2019 4,079
June 2019 5,312
May 2019 7,474
April 2019 7,335
March 2019 7,103
February 2019 4,851
January 2019 4,567
December 2018 2,548
November 2018 1,617
October 2018 1,140
September 2018 1,116
August 2018 1,967
July 2018 5,579
June 2018 6,932
May 2018 2,095
April 2018 7,786
March 2018 7,257
February 2018 9,813
January 2018 6,132
December 2017 4,129
November 2017 1,860
October 2017 3,657
September 2017 1,940
August 2017 340
July 2017 3,016
June 2017 8,405
May 2017 9,067
April 2017 4,559
March 2017 4,132
February 2017 4,003
January 2017 2,437
December 2016 1,536
November 2016 2,417
October 2016 3,738
September 2016 3,345
August 2016 5,246
July 2016 8,339
June 2016 9,032
May 2016 5,000
April 2016 1,567
March 2016 3,485
February 2016 4,218
January 2016 10,889
December 2015 6,797
November 2015 4,407
October 2015 2,762
September 2015 4,800
August 2015 4,709
July 2015 7,921
June 2015 4,004
May 2015 1,930
April 2015 1,839
March 2015 5,502
February 2015 10,103
January 2015 8,219
September 2014 1,416
August 2014 14,209
July 2014 11,902
June 2014 18,346
May 2014 21,894
April 2014 16,812
March 2014 16,558
February 2014 15,018
January 2014 19,108
December 2013 8,375
November 2013 12,678
October 2013 15,499
September 2013 11,478
August 2013 3,619
July 2013 11,742
June 2013 14,875
May 2013 16,712
April 2013 18,010
March 2013 16,049
February 2013 10,888
January 2013 15,984
December 2012 10,495
November 2012 4,124
October 2012 9,728
September 2012 13,522
August 2012 19,549
July 2012 18,248
June 2012 9,331
May 2012 16,151
April 2012 16,763
March 2012 13,743
February 2012 3,153
January 2012 302
December 2011 562
October 2011 1,796
September 2011 357
August 2011 740
July 2011 966
June 2011 7,583
May 2011 17,383
April 2011 18,881
March 2011 8,615
February 2011 11,658
January 2011 10,076
December 2010 6,514

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,509
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,406
5 Rhonda.M 3,096,297
...
45 RobertMorison 820,258
46 Besure 805,798
47 mike.connors 798,554
48 IDM49 781,253
49 aleon 765,463
50 brucehowlett 752,118

781,253 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 907
September 2019 1,302
August 2019 3,579
July 2019 4,079
June 2019 5,312
May 2019 7,474
April 2019 7,335
March 2019 7,103
February 2019 4,851
January 2019 4,567
December 2018 2,548
November 2018 1,617
October 2018 1,140
September 2018 1,116
August 2018 1,967
July 2018 5,579
June 2018 6,932
May 2018 2,095
April 2018 7,786
March 2018 7,257
February 2018 9,813
January 2018 6,132
December 2017 4,129
November 2017 1,860
October 2017 3,657
September 2017 1,940
August 2017 340
July 2017 3,016
June 2017 8,405
May 2017 9,067
April 2017 4,559
March 2017 4,132
February 2017 4,003
January 2017 2,437
December 2016 1,536
November 2016 2,417
October 2016 3,738
September 2016 3,345
August 2016 5,246
July 2016 8,339
June 2016 9,032
May 2016 5,000
April 2016 1,567
March 2016 3,485
February 2016 4,218
January 2016 10,889
December 2015 6,797
November 2015 4,407
October 2015 2,762
September 2015 4,800
August 2015 4,709
July 2015 7,921
June 2015 4,004
May 2015 1,930
April 2015 1,839
March 2015 5,502
February 2015 10,103
January 2015 8,219
September 2014 1,416
August 2014 14,209
July 2014 11,902
June 2014 18,346
May 2014 21,894
April 2014 16,812
March 2014 16,558
February 2014 15,018
January 2014 19,108
December 2013 8,375
November 2013 12,678
October 2013 15,499
September 2013 11,478
August 2013 3,619
July 2013 11,742
June 2013 14,875
May 2013 16,712
April 2013 18,010
March 2013 16,049
February 2013 10,888
January 2013 15,984
December 2012 10,495
November 2012 4,124
October 2012 9,728
September 2012 13,522
August 2012 19,549
July 2012 18,248
June 2012 9,331
May 2012 16,151
April 2012 16,763
March 2012 13,743
February 2012 3,153
January 2012 302
December 2011 562
October 2011 1,796
September 2011 357
August 2011 740
July 2011 966
June 2011 7,583
May 2011 17,383
April 2011 18,881
March 2011 8,615
February 2011 11,658
January 2011 10,076
December 2010 6,514

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 9 June 1925 [Issue No.7,185] page 1 2019-10-16 23:05 BLIOK. — In roving memory of my dear
rant, Amy, who passed away on June 6,
And with the mom those angel faces smile.
Inserted by fier loving niece, Mrs. C. Sim
COLE. — In loving memory of any dear hus
band and father, Henry Colt who died on
June 9, 1D23.
Insertod by his loving wife, sons, daughters,
sons-in-law, daughtere-in-law, grandchildren
COOK. — In ever loving memoTy of my
dear husband and our father, Thomas Wil
? Ever remembered.
Inserted by his loving wife and family
Hamilton-street. Bassendean. '
father and grandpa, who died at Fremantle.
June 7, 1923; also our dear mother who
died MaTCh 11. 1904. ' '
Jesus has taken him homo to His breast,
inserted by his loving son, Percy,
daushter-in-Liw Amy, and little grand
daughters. Mavis and Hazel Cook.
ray dear mother. Sarah, who passed sway
Jcne 9, 1923; also my dear father, .Richard
Inserted by their loving daughter. Lizzie
CRAN'NAGE. — In loving memarr of oar
C E. Crannase), wno passed away on June
Loved in life, treasured in death.
Inserted by his loving son, daughter-in-tsnr,
«nd grandson, Alf., Bessie, and Kenny, Kal
CTnrSTN'GHAM. — In lovrng- memory of my
poHw. who died on June 9, 1914.
The years may wipe out many things.
Thp memory of those happy days
Inserted by his loving wife aad daughter,
Rhuda, son. Jack, and grand-daughter
GRACIE.— In s»d but loving memory of
my dear husband and. our dear father, Percy
Ociavins Gracie. who passed peacefully
?way at Boulder fity, June 9, 1912.
children. Edna and Cyril Gracie.
HALLIDAY.— In ever loving memory of
d&rlin? little Bol-, our dearly beloved little
son, who passed away oa June 9, 1924, aged
seven month.-..
A little time on earth he spent.
Till (xod £cr him His angels sent.
Bfll and Ella Halliday.
Airling little Bobby, who died on June 9,
1924. aged seven months.
Inserted by erandma, uncle Harold, and
onntie. l-ulcie Halliday.
BLICK. — In roving memory of my dear
aunt, Amy, who passed away on June 6,
And with the mom those angel faces smile,
Inserted by her loving niece, Mrs. C. Sim-
COLE. — In loving memory of my dear hus-
band and father, Henry Cole,who died on
June 9, 1923.
Inserted by his loving wife, sons, daughters,
sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren
COOK. — In ever loving memory of my
dear husband and our father, Thomas Wil-
Ever remembered.
Inserted by his loving wife and family,
Hamilton-street, Bassendean.
father and grandpa, who died at Fremantle,
June 7, 1923; also our dear mother, who
died March 11, 1904.
Jesus has taken him home to His breast,
Inserted by his loving son, Percy,
daughter-in-law Amy, and little grand-
daughters, Mavis and Hazel Cook.
my dear mother, Sarah, who passed away
June 9, 1923; also my dear father, Richard
Inserted by their loving daughter, Lizzie
CRANNAGE. — In loving memory of our
C E. Crannage), who passed away on June
Loved in life, treasured in death,
Inserted by his loving son, daughter-in-law,
and grandson, Alf., Bessie, and Kenny, Kal-
CUNNINGHAM. — In loving memory of my
police, who died on June 9, 1914.
The years may wipe out many things,
The memory of those happy days
Inserted by his loving wife and daughter,
Rhoda, son, Jack, and grand-daughter,
GRACIE. — In sad but loving memory of
my dear husband and our dear father, Percy
Octavius Gracie, who passed peacefully
away at Boulder City, June 9, 1912.
children, Edna and Cyril Gracie.
HALLIDAY. — In ever loving memory of
darling little Bob, our dearly beloved little
son, who passed away on June 9, 1924, aged
seven months.
A little time on earth he spent,
Till God for him His angels sent.
Bill and Ella Halliday.
darling little Bobby, who died on June 9,
1924, aged seven months.
Inserted by grandma, uncle Harold, and
auntie, Dulcie Halliday.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 9 June 1925 [Issue No.7,185] page 1 2019-10-16 21:38 of Lake Grace, beloved son of James Allen
COLES. — On Jnno 5, 1925, at Byford, sud
denly, loving mother of Stanley Qordjcn, 72
Tenth-avcaue, Maylands, and Mxs. P. Nairn,
Byford, and: Linan, darling grandma of
GUERIN. — On. June 7. at St. John of God
Hospital, Subiaeo. Mary, the bejowsd wife of
Francis Joseph Guerin, of 203 Bagot-road,
Subiaeo; aged 60 years. R-LP.
RENDELL. — On May 19, 1925, at his resi
dence, Armadale, Victoria, Richard Rendell
SELLGREN. — On Juno 5, at Kalgoorlie
{suddenly), Henry Douglas Sellgreu
(Harry), late Singer Sewing Machine Com
pany and McLean Bros, and Rigg.
Km and -brother, Albert: James, 44th. Bat
talion, who was billed at Messines on June
B, 1917.
Inserted by his mother, father, sistero, and
MATTHEWS. — In loving memory of Eric
lolled in action at Messines Ridee, June 9.
Inserted by his mother, sisters, and brother
A. MaMhews, who died of wounds at Mm
ainee Ridge on Juno 9,- 1917.
Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law.
BL. and L. Matthews.
our dear son. Private Stanley Ernest (Stan)
June 9, 1917; oge 20 years, 9 months.
A tender' chord of memory.
Is sadly touched to-day.
And never will the one wo 'loved.
father. Sooth Perth.
BICKSON.— In ever lo-nag memory of -mr
fear brother and uncle, Stanley (Stan), who
was killed in action at Messines. on June 9
BTother-in-ilaw. Mabel and Fred Beazley.
my dear brother. Stanley, who was killed in
action at Mesnines, on June 9, 1917; age 20
Just a memory fond and true.
Inserted by his loving sister and'brother
fn-law. Ivy and Alex and little niece, Joyce,
Jarrohwood.
of Lake Grace, beloved son of James Allen,
COLES. — On June 5, 1925, at Byford, sud-
denly, loving mother of Stanley Gordon, 72
Tenth-avenue, Maylands, and Mrs. P. Nairn,
Byford, and Linton, darling grandma of
GUERIN. — On June 7, at St. John of God
Hospital, Subiaco, Mary, the beloved wife of
Francis Joseph Guerin, of 208 Bagot-road,
Subiaco; aged 60 years. R.I.P.
RENDELL. — On May 19, 1925, at his resi-
dence, Armadale, Victoria, Richard Rendell,
SELLGREN. — On June 5, at Kalgoorlie
(suddenly), Henry Douglas Sellgren
(Harry), late Singer Sewing Machine Com-
pany and McLean Bros. and Rigg.
son and brother, Albert James, 44th Bat-
talion, who was killed at Messines on June
9, 1917.
Inserted by his mother, father, sisters, and
MATTHEWS. — In loving memory of Eric,
killed in action at Messines Ridge, June 9,
Inserted by his mother, sisters, and brother-
A. Matthews, who died of wounds at Mes-
sines Ridge on June 9, 1917.
Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law,
R. and L. Matthews.
our dear son, Private Stanley Ernest (Stan)
June 9, 1917; age 20 years, 9 months.
A tender chord of memory,
Is sadly touched to-day,
And never will the one we loved,
father, South Perth.
RICKSON. — In ever loving memory of our
dear brother and uncle, Stanley (Stan), who
was killed in action at Messines, on June 9
brother-in-law, Mabel and Fred Beazley,
my dear brother, Stanley, who was killed in
action at Messines, on June 9, 1917; age 20
Just a memory fond and true,.
Inserted by his loving sister and brother-
in-law, Ivy and Alex and little niece, Joyce,
Jarrahwood.
__________
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 9 June 1925 [Issue No.7,185] page 1 2019-10-13 00:16 ARNOLD. — On June 3, at Nurse Chap
man's Hospital, Grange-road, Toorak, Mel
BLAIR (nee Muriel Moody K-'-On June 8,
nt Nurse Ash's P.-i irate- Hosphal, Nortn
Perth, to Mr. and ilrs. K. J. Blair — a. daugh
ter. Botli ivu'. No visitors before the
lilh.
BOLIX. — On Jn.no 7. to Mr. and Mrs. P.
Bolin. of SK SalUbury-street. Subiaeo — a son.
( Douglas Sinclair.) . Both we^U.
ORAY. — On Jone 8. at Nurse Harvey's
Hospital. 1 Bnlwcr «troet, to itr. and Mrs.
H. R. Gray. 1C Vinceot-street — a son.
?wife of Andrew !\ HngUts, of 31 Joseph
street, Leederville — a son. (Thosias Andrew).
Both weil.
ion (Joseph Douglas). Both well.
ROWE. — On June S, 1025, at their resi
dence, Puntie-erescent, Mayhinds, to Mr. and
Mrs. A, O Rowe — a son. Both well.
Katauning, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. M. Thomp
son, of Nniribin, Dumbleyung — a- daughter
(June Paulice). Eoth well.
MA3EIAGE.
BASSETT— WI [.SON.— On May 9, 1925.
at the Pre.«byirri-ii llanse, West Leetferrille.
by the Rev. ,t. T. Thrum, Ralph Massenger,
younger sun ot' ih,e lata Charles P. Baasett
and Mrs. M. Bas-i-tt, of Olaremont, to Ruth
J. C. Wilson, of West Leedervillo.
ARNOLD. — On June 3, at Nurse Chap-
man's Hospital, Grange-road, Toorak, Mel-
BLAIR (nee Muriel Moody). — On June 8,
at Nurse Ash's Private Hospital, North
Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Blair — a daugh-
ter. Both well. No visitors before the
14th.
BOLIN. — On June 7, to Mr. and Mrs. P.
Bolin, of 86 Salisbury-street, Subiaco — a son.
( Douglas Sinclair). Both well.
GRAY. — On June 8, at Nurse Harvey's
Hospital, 1 Bulwer-street, to Mr. and Mrs.
H. R. Gray, 70 Vincent-street — a son.
wife of Andrew P. Hughes, of 31 Joseph-
street, Leederville — a son. (Thomas Andrew).
Both well.
son (Joseph Douglas). Both well.
ROWE. — On June 8, 1925, at their resi-
dence, Puntie-crescent, Maylands, to Mr. and
Mrs. A. O Rowe — a son. Both well.
Katanning, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. M. Thomp-
son, of Nairibin, Dumbleyung — a daughter
(June Pauline). Both well.
MARRIAGE.
BASSETT — WILSON. — On May 9, 1925,
at the Presbyterian Manse, West Leederville,
by the Rev. J. T. Thrum, Ralph Massenger,
younger son of the late Charles P. Bassett
and Mrs. M. Bassett, of Claremont, to Ruth
J. C. Wilson, of West Leederville.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 8 June 1925 [Issue No.7,184] page 1 2019-10-13 00:07 SUBLET.— Tim Friend- of th* iate Mr'
Mftntrrve K. Sub-t. engino^rjn; surveyor,
and laii- of Civil Service Club, Perth, are
rospertfuKy invited u- follow his remains to
the p'are of in.terment rhe Church of En;
land .portion «f :he Karrakattn Cemeterv. The
Mortuary ot Messrs. Don-aid J. Chipper iind
Son. SH Hay-.-treet. Pi—.rJi. at 10.15 o'clock
THIS (Monday) MORNING. Friends wish
DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON Funeral
Directors. 844 H-ay-st.. Perth. TeL A3231.
CIVIL SERVICE OLCB.
SUBLET. — The Members of the above clnb
of our U'.e Member. Montrose Sublet, to
riie plate of interment, the Church of Erg
land portion of the Kurrakatto Cemetery
The Funeral will leave the Private Mortnary
of Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son. S44
(tMoJiday) MORNING. Members attending
Taylor, of Messrs. A. Povey. Ltd.. Perth,
are' respectfully invited to follow the remains
of his late dearly .beloved wife. Mary. to
Cemetery. Karrakatta. The Funeral will leave
Smith 14 Hawkstone-Street, Cottesloe. THIS
(Monday) AFTERNOON, ax 2 o'clock.
Friends may proceed by trains leaving Fre
mantIe at 1.50 o'clock and Perth, it 2.5
pm.
Thomas James Wiltshire, of 134 Murray;
street. Perth, dearly beloved1 husband of
remains to the place of interment, the Angli
Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co.. '.£81 Newcastle
street, Perth, at 2.15 o'efock THIS (Mon
day) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wish
the 3 p.ui. train leaving Perth.
C. H. SMITH and CO.. Undertakers, 281
Newcastle-Street, Perth. Tel. A1231.
SUBLET. — The Friends of the late Mr
Montrose E. Sublet, engineering surveyor,
and late of Civil Service Club, Perth, are
respectfully invited to follow his remains to
the place of interment the Church of Eng-
land portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The
Mortuary of Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and
Son, 844 Hay-street, Perth, at 10.15 o'clock
THIS (Monday) MORNING. Friends wish-
DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON, Funeral
Directors, 844 Hay-st., Perth. Tel. A3232.
CIVIL SERVICE CLUB.
SUBLET. — The Members of the above club
of our late Member, Montrose Sublet, to
the place of interment, the Church of Eng-
land portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery
The Funeral will leave the Private Mortuary
of Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son, 844
(Monday) MORNING. Members attending
Taylor, of Messrs. A. Povey, Ltd., Perth,
are respectfully invited to follow the remains
of his late dearly beloved wife, Mary, to
Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral will leave
Smith, 14 Hawkstone-street, Cottesloe, THIS
(Monday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock.
Friends may proceed by trains leaving Fre-
mantIe at 1.50 o'clock and Perth at 2.5
p.m.
Thomas James Wiltshire, of 134 Murray-
street, Perth, dearly beloved1 husband of
remains to the place of interment, the Angli-
Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., 281 Newcastle-
street, Perth, at 2.15 o'efock THIS (Mon-
day) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wish-
the 3 p.m. train leaving Perth.
C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281
Newcastle-street, Perth. Tel. A1231.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 8 June 1925 [Issue No.7,184] page 1 2019-10-12 12:54 R-USSEI.L. — The Friends of Mr. Andrew
Russeil. of Pal«pirup, are respectfully invited
to follow the remains of his late dearly be
loved wife, -'!a:a. to the place of interment,
the Roman Ca-fholic Ceintery. Karrakatta. The
Funeral Is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra
and O'Dea's Private Mortuary. 193 Pier
street. Perth, at 3.30 o'clock 'THIS (Mon
day) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wish
the 4 o'clock t-ru-in leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA. Undertakers, 193
Pier-*;reet, Perth. Tel. A430S.
SHANAHAN. — The Friends of the late Mts.
Catherine Shanahan of 404 Lord-street, Mt.
Lawley, formerly of Greenhushes and Bun
tury are respectfully invited to follow her
remains to the place of interment, the Ro
Perth. A Requiem Mais will be celebrated
BOWRA and O'DEA. Undertakers. 195
Pier-streo;. Perth. Tel. A4308.
Stevens, of 25 Clayton-«trcet, Be'.levue, are
respectfully informed ;hat the remains of
her late dearly beioved son. Reginald John
Smith and Co.. 281 Newcastle -street. Perth
at 0.15 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING.
Funeral may proceed by the 9.10 a.m. train
leavins Perth.
C. It. SMITH an.l CO.. Undertaker., 281
Nrwi-aMle-slreri. Perth. Tel. A 12 31.
RUSSELL. — The Friends of Mr. Andrew
Russell, of Palgarup, are respectfully invited
to follow the remains of his late dearly be-
loved wife, Clara, to the place of interment,
the Roman Catholic Cemtery, Karrakatta. The
Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra
and O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195 Pier
street, Perth, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Mon-
day) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wish-
the 4 o'clock train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308.
SHANAHAN. — The Friends of the late Mrs.
Catherine Shanahan, of 404 Lord-street, Mt.
Lawley, formerly of Greenbushes and Bun-
bury are respectfully invited to follow her
remains to the place of interment, the Ro-
Perth. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308.
Stevens, of 25 Clayton-street, Bellevue, are
respectfully informed that the remains of
her late dearly beloved son, Reginald John
Smith and Co., 281 Newcastle-street. Perth
at 9.15 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING,
Funeral may proceed by the 9.40 a.m. train
leaving Perth.
C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281
Newcastle-street, Perth. Tel. A1231.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 8 June 1925 [Issue No.7,184] page 1 2019-10-12 01:05 FIRKIN. — The Friends of Mr. Benjamii.
Firkin, of the s.s. Katonmha. and of 13
Smith-street. Oaremoot, are respectfully in
vited to follow the remains of his laf:
deariy beloved wife. Clara, to the. place of
interment, the Ohurrh of Kngland Csmeterv,
KarrakaMa. The Funeral will leave the
residence of his mother, Mrs. B. Firkin. 62
Loch-street, C'arenujnt, on WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON, ax 2 o'dewk. Friends may
proceed by train.* leaving Fremantle, at 1.5U
o'clock, and Perth at 2.3 p.m.
ARTHUR K. DAVIES and CO.. Undertak
er». Fremantle and CUreniont. TeiyB225.
I GUER1N.— The Friends of Mr. Francis
Joseph tiuerin. of 20i* Bagui road, iiubinco.
are resporifully invited to fo'ow the remains
of his iate dearly beluved »:fc. Mary, to the
place of interment', the R^man Catholic
Cemetery. Karrakatta. The Funeral is ap
pointed to leave St. Joseph's Church. Subi
aco. at 0.30 o'clock TO-MORROW (Tuesday)
MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to at
Subiaco, at 9 ajn. on Tuesday.
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A430S.
Walter John Hanham, of 112 Quarry-street.
Fremantle. are respectfully invited to follow
Chnrch of England Cemetery. Freroatrtle. ,Tho
Funeral will leave 112 (Juarry-Mreet Fre
o'clock, arriving a; the Cemetery at 10.20
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO.. Undertak
era, Fremantle and Claremont. Tel. B225.
FIRKIN. — The Friends of Mr. Benjamin
Firkin, of the s.s. Katoomba, and of 13
Smith-street, Claremont, are respectfully in-
vited to follow the remains of his late
dearly beloved wife, Clara, to the place of
interment, the Church of England Cemetery,
Karrakatta. The Funeral will leave the
residence of his mother, Mrs. B. Firkin, 62
Loch-street, Claremont, on WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON, ax 2 o'clock. Friends may
proceed by trains leaving Fremantle, at 1.50
o'clock, and Perth at 2.5 p.m.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Undertak-
ers, Fremantle and Claremont. Tel. B225.
GUERIN. — The Friends of Mr. Francis
Joseph Guerin, of 208 Bagot-road, Subiaco,
are respectfully invited to follow the remains
of his late dearly beloved wife, Mary, to the
place of interment, the Roman Catholic
Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is ap-
pointed to leave St. Joseph's Church, Subi-
aco, at 9.30 o'clock TO-MORROW (Tuesday)
MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to at-
Subiaco, at 9 a.m. on Tuesday.
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308.
Walter John Hanham, of 112 Quarry-street,
Fremantle, are respectfully invited to follow
Church of England Cemetery, Fremantle. The
Funeral will leave 112 Quarry-street, Fre-
o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 10.20
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Undertak-
ers, Fremantle and Claremont. Tel. B225.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 8 June 1925 [Issue No.7,184] page 1 2019-10-11 23:32 AUSTIN. — The Friend* of- Mr. Arthur Aus
tin, of 324 LorJ-sireet. Ea^t Pe:lh. are re
spectfully invited to follow the remains o£ his
late dearly beloved daughter. Ruby, sister
of Mr«. H. Tay:or and ibe late Maisie Aus
tin, to the place of interment, the Uontan
Catholic Cemetery. Karrakatta. The Fune
ral is appointed to leave *Messr.s. Bowra and
O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 193 Pier-street
Perth, at 2.30 o'clock TO-MORROW (Tues
day) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wish
in; to attend the Funeral may proceed by
the 3 oVIoi-k .train leaving Perth.
' BOWRA and O'DEA. Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A43US.
Charles Coles, of 40 Roiebery -avenue. South
P«Th, are respectfully invited to follow the
remo-ind of hU late dearly -beloved wife.
Catherine, to ibe p'Jve of interment, the Meth
odist Cemetery. Karrakatu. The Funeral is
appointed lo leave Meters'. Uowra and
0 Dea's Ptivate Mortuary. 19S Pier-street
Penh, at 2.:!U o'clock 'THIS (Monday)
AFTERNOON, per ri-aJ. Friend* wUh:nS ,o
attend :he Fuueral may proceed by the 'A
o'clock train '.eavin^ Perth.
BOWKA and O'DKA. Undertakers. 193
Pier-street, Peith. Tei. A4IJ03-.
Patrick M. Cullity, miner, late of the East
ern GoldSelds. and cousin of Mr. M. .1. Cul
lity. of Fremantle. are respectfully invited
to follow his remains to the place of inter
ment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Fre
Arthur E. Duvies and Co.'s Private Mor
tuary. SI Market-street. Fremantle. THIS
(Monday) AFTERNOON »t 3.30 o'.Iock.
proceeding to, St. Patrick's Church. Ade
laide-street, thimce to the Cemetery, arriving
at 4 p.m. \
ARTHUR E.-iT-AV:Ei? Hid CO.. Under-'
takers, Fremantle and Olarelnoni. Tel. B22S.
CURRY. — The i'riends of the late Mr.
Frederick Curry, ot 10 Jer»ey-?treet. Jo'i-
raant. anil of Monteith's Foundry, and form
erly of MeKer*. Ltd.. are :e*'»e--tfuHy in
vite.1 to follow his remains to 'be place of
interment, the Rfiman Catholic Cenwtery. K:jr
rakatta. T.he Funeral is appointed to leave
Messrs. Bawra and O'Dea's Private Mor
tuary. 1K» Pier-street. Peith. at 3.30 o'clock
road. Friends wishing to. cttend the Funp
nil may proceed tiy the 4 o'clock train
B'J^RA ami O'DEA. Undertakers, 193
Pier-street. Perth. Tel. A430i*. $
AUSTIN. — The Friends of Mr. Arthur Aus-
tin, of 324 Lord-street, East Perth, are re-
spectfully invited to follow the remains of his
late dearly beloved daughter, Ruby, sister
of Mrs. H. Taylor and the late Maisie Aus-
tin, to the place of interment, the Roman
Catholic Cemetery. Karrakatta. The Fune-
ral is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and
O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195 Pier-street
Perth, at 2.30 o'clock TO-MORROW (Tues-
day) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wish-
ing to attend the Funeral may proceed by
the 3 o'cIock train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308.
Charles Coles, of 40 Rosebery-avenue, South
Perth, are respectfully invited to follow the
remains of his late dearly beloved wife,
Catherine, to the place of interment, the Meth-
odist Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is
appointed lo leave Messrs. Bowra and
O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195 Pier-street
Perth, at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Monday)
AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to
attend the Funeral may proceed by the 3
o'clock train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308.
Patrick M. Cullity, miner, late of the East-
ern Goldfields, and cousin of Mr. M. J. Cul-
lity, of Fremantle. are respectfully invited
to follow his remains to the place of inter-
ment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Fre-
Arthur E. Davies and Co.'s Private Mor-
tuary, 81 Market-street, Fremantle, THIS
(Monday) AFTERNOON at 3.30 o'cIock,
proceeding to St. Patrick's Church, Ade-
laide-street, thence to the Cemetery, arriving
at 4 p.m.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Fremantle and Claremont. Tel. B225.
CURRY. — The Friends of the late Mr.
Frederick Curry, of 10 Jersey-street, Joli-
mont, and of Monteith's Foundry, and form-
erly of Metters, Ltd., are respectfully in-
vited to follow his remains to the place of
interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Kar-
rakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave
Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Private Mor-
tuary, 195 Pier-street, Perth, at 3.30 o'clock
road. Friends wishing to attend the Fune-
ral may proceed by the 4 o'clock train
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 8 June 1925 [Issue No.7,184] page 1 2019-10-10 11:36 COOK. — In loving memory of my dear
stepfather, James Preston, who departed
this life at Fremantle, June 7, 1923.
— Inserted by M. Quinn and family.
baby, Keith, who died June 7, 1923: aged
— Inserted by his parents, brothers and
father-in-law, died June 8, 1924.
— Inserted by his sons. Sam and Jack and
dear daughter and sister, Gertie, who do
parted thU life M Nartiogin on June 7.
191d.
So dearly loved and sadly missed
Inserted by her fond mother, .brother sis
ter. Will. Fred, No:a, Lena, and Mary Mar
away June 6, 1022.
Ever remembered by his loving wife shd
of W. E. S., G. R. S.. J. L. S., who fell
WALTER. — In loving and sad memory o£
our darling sister. Kathleen (Weetie), who
passed away at Tambellup. June 7, 1924;
Inserted by her loving sitter and brother,
Mrs. Dalton -wishes to THANK all kind
friinds for letters, telesTam.-, and persona!
sad bereavement; also Manchester Uuuse,
Metropolitan Clothing Co., Miss T. itobinsun,
COOK. — In loving memory of my dear step-
father, James Preston, who departed this life
at Fremantle June 7, 1923.
Inserted by M. Quinn and family.
baby, Keith, who died June 7, 1923; aged
Inserted by his parents, brothers and
father-in-law, died June 8, 1924. A patient
Inserted by his sons, Sam and Jack, and
dear daughter and sister, Gertie, who de-
parted this life at Narrogin on June 7,
1918.
So dearly loved and sadly missed.
Inserted by her fond mother, brother, sis-
ter, Will, Fred, Nora, Lena, and Mary Mar-
away June 6, 1622.
Ever remembered by his loving wife and
of W. E. S., G. R. S., J. L. S., who fell
WALTER. — In loving and sad memory of
our darling sister, Kathleen (Weetie), who
passed away at Tambellup, June 7, 1924;
Inserted by her loving sister and brother,
Mrs. Dalton wishes to THANK all kind
friends for letters, telegrams, and personal
sad bereavement; also Manchester House,
Metropolitan Clothing Co., Miss T. Robinson,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 8 June 1925 [Issue No.7,184] page 1 2019-10-08 10:12 COOK. — In Ioving memory of our dear
who departed this life at Fremant.lt; June
7. 192o.
Inserted by his loving son. Res., daughter
jBfJaw, Violet and grandson, S;d.
COOK. — In loving memory of our dear
who departed this life at Fremantle, June
7, 1923.
Inserted by his loving son, Reg., daughter-
in-law, Violet and grandson, Sid.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 8 June 1925 [Issue No.7,184] page 1 2019-10-08 01:45 dear son, Herb, killed at Messines Ridge
DEWAR.— In loving memorv of our dear
son, Frank Hilton, killed in action June 8
1917.
Silence is no certain token.
Sorrow that is never spoken.
Just a token of love.
killed in action, somewhere in France on
Just a token, loving and true.
land, brother-in-law. Jack Sutherland, and
son and brother. Sergeant David Walter
Ever Remembered.
TH0MPSON.—In IoviD' memory of Pri
vate B. J. Thompson, sniper. 28th Battalion,
lulled! in action at Morlancourt, France June
Inserted' by his brother and sister-in-law.
WELSHMAN. — In memory of Si-nailer
Alf. Welshman. 44tb Battalion, killed ?n ar
tion June 8. 1917, at Messines.
To live in the hearts of those we ]Ove
brothers and sisters. '
my dear mother, who passed awav on June
8. 1924.
With tears we watched you sinking.
Although wo loved you dearly.
Inserted by her loving daughter, E. Mon
'BARKER. — Tn sad but loving memory of
our diMr mother and grandmother, who pass
ed away. .Tunn S. 1!12 I.
SWp on. bdnved. slci-i- and take thy r«=-t.
\\» k\v»tl -ih-?e well but Jesus lt-ves thee
Tn?«rted hy Mr. and Mrs. E. Dahey and
fami.y. Anmadala, W_\.
BARKER. — In lovin- memory of out dear
grandma, who pasfed away on June 8. 1924.
Inserted by Jean and Flora McDonuld
BARNETT.— In ever' loving memory of
our darling baby. Jeffrey Ernest, who died
Loved remembered, longed for always.
BARNETT— In loving memory of my dear
grandson nnd our darling nephew. Jeffrey
Hospital June 8. 1922; aEed 14 months.
A little ticie on earth he «nent
™ 20dr 'Vr His 'Vis 'ent
and uncles, AI!anson. Kalamunda. South
Perth, and 11 McKwan-ftreet, Leederville.
CLEGG.— In ever loving mtmnrv of Loe.
Irho departed this life nn June 7.' 1921
Ever rememBered by his sincere friends Mr
and Mrs. Munro-G#orge and Family
.. R00? TIn '°oinff ment-'T of my dear
nusbana. .lames rre?ton. who passed awav at
Fremantle on June 7. 1923.
Inserted by his loving wife, M. Cook, Gcr
aUton.
COOK. — In Invin? memory of our dear
father and grandpa. James Preston Cook,
?who departed this iife at Fremant.lt; June
dear son, Herb, killed at Messines Ridge,
DEWAR. — In loving memory of our dear
son, Frank Hilton, killed in action June 8,
1917
Silence is no certain token,
Sorrow that is never spoken,
Just a token of love,,
killed in action, somewhere in France, on
Just a token, loving and true,
land, brother-in-law, Jack Sutherland, and
son and brother, Sergeant David Walter
Ever remembered.
THOMPSON. — In Ioving memory of Pri-
vate B. J. Thompson, sniper, 28th Battalion,
killed in action at Morlancourt, France, June
Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law,
WELSHMAN. — In memory of Signaller
Alf. Welshman, 44th Battalion, killed in ac-
tion June 8, 1917, at Messines.
To live in the hearts of those we love
__________
my dear mother, who passed away on June
8, 1924.
With tears we watched you sinking,
Although we loved you dearly,
Inserted by her loving daughter, E. Mon-
BARKER. — In sad but loving memory of
our dear mother and grandmother, who pass-
ed away, June 8, 1924.
Sleep on, beloved, sleep and take thy rest.
We loved thee well, but Jesus loves thee
Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. E. Dahey and
family, Armadale, W.A.
BARKER. — In loving memory of our dear
grandma, who passed away on June 8, 1924.
Inserted by Jean and Flora McDonald
BARNETT. — In ever loving memory of
our darling baby, Jeffrey Ernest, who died
Loved, remembered, longed for always.
BARNETT. — In loving memory of my dear
grandson and our darling nephew, Jeffrey
Hospital June 8, 1922; aged 14 months.
A little time on earth he spent.
Till God for him His angels sent.ent
and uncles, AIlanson, Kalamunda, South
Perth, and 11 McEwan-street, Leederville.
CLEGG. — In ever loving memory of Loe,
who departed this life on June 7, 1921.
Ever remembered by his sincere friends, Mr.
and Mrs. Munro-George and Family.
COOK. — In loving memory of my dear
husband, James Preston, who passed away at
Fremantle on June 7, 1923.
Inserted by his loving wife, M. Cook, Ger-
aldton.
COOK. — In Ioving memory of our dear
father and grandpa, James Preston Cook,
who departed this life at Fremant.lt; June

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