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1 JohnWarren 6,020,689
2 noelwoodhouse 4,004,751
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,872
4 DonnaTelfer 3,474,710
5 Rhonda.M 3,439,264
...
2674 izacm5 11,212
2675 Lawya 11,209
2676 ibsut 11,208
2677 IanFrakes 11,200
2678 john.cronin 11,193
2679 GeoffMitchell 11,189

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January 2020 281
November 2019 55
September 2019 53
April 2019 107
January 2019 32
November 2018 677
October 2018 75
September 2018 268
September 2017 27
June 2017 31
May 2017 123
March 2017 338
February 2017 26
December 2016 125
September 2016 99
August 2016 330
March 2016 80
December 2015 136
October 2015 140
September 2015 528
August 2015 634
July 2015 1,038
June 2015 110
February 2015 1
January 2015 276
September 2014 54
August 2014 1,127
June 2014 488
May 2014 157
March 2014 3
February 2014 349
January 2014 52
November 2013 13
September 2013 71
August 2013 30
July 2013 145
June 2013 524
April 2013 47
November 2012 144
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August 2012 52
June 2012 33
March 2012 50
January 2012 21
December 2011 18
November 2011 266
October 2011 19
September 2011 444
April 2010 86
June 2009 59
December 2008 295
November 2008 45
October 2008 273

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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,020,487
2 noelwoodhouse 4,004,751
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,743
4 DonnaTelfer 3,474,684
5 Rhonda.M 3,439,251
...
2668 izacm5 11,212
2669 Reli 11,212
2670 ibsut 11,208
2671 IanFrakes 11,191
2672 GeoffMitchell 11,189
2673 john.cronin 11,181

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January 2020 281
November 2019 55
September 2019 53
April 2019 107
January 2019 32
November 2018 677
October 2018 75
September 2018 268
September 2017 27
June 2017 31
May 2017 123
March 2017 338
February 2017 26
December 2016 125
September 2016 99
August 2016 321
March 2016 80
December 2015 136
October 2015 140
September 2015 528
August 2015 634
July 2015 1,038
June 2015 110
February 2015 1
January 2015 276
September 2014 54
August 2014 1,127
June 2014 488
May 2014 157
March 2014 3
February 2014 349
January 2014 52
November 2013 13
September 2013 71
August 2013 30
July 2013 145
June 2013 524
April 2013 47
November 2012 144
October 2012 698
September 2012 47
August 2012 52
June 2012 33
March 2012 50
January 2012 21
December 2011 18
November 2011 266
October 2011 19
September 2011 444
April 2010 86
June 2009 59
December 2008 295
November 2008 45
October 2008 273

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1 jaybee67 375,909
2 GeoffMMutton 183,309
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 75,305
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2003 glavender 9
2004 HarwoodV 9
2005 Hogies 9
2006 ianFrakes 9
2007 inkpress 9
2008 jakd 9

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TUMUT. (Article), Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925), Friday 21 February 1902 [Issue No.194] page 3 2020-01-27 13:50 ? A. and P. Association, having as his
Beuzoville and E. H. Vynor, was very
busy all day receiving entries for tho
forthcoming Show to be hold on tho
2Gth and 27th inst. Notwithstanding
he informs us ho has received so far
about 1000 entries, with others ex
? ? is a much needed downfall of rain and
pessimistic friends will revive, and tho
27th: annual show prove to bo as
now to bo the Federal Capital site — is
deserving of all that the most enthusi
about it. ' Paltnam qui meruit
? ferat,' in passing.
' Don't touch Me,' another by a
young man from Adjinbilly, ' Some
day I will go there.' Our belle was
a great ' kill ' with a lady from Saw
hair and beard foil out after coming
' into a good climate. None of the
ance, as ' Ted ' was too tired from
mutton, others porcupino, the rest
,and' good stiff damper, helped to ap
night. The beardless man fr.om
Narandera's sandy town sang '! Get
away from that Window.' A young
man from Pigs Point sang, melodi
ously, ' While London Sleeps,' and
attend. The young ladies, notwith
bettor, if only to stay the involuntary
? .but the wind rising blew all clouds
Kinsr. P. Eurell, F. Bates, J. Killalea,
A. Kinred, and J. Smith. The fol
lowing left a fow days previous :
son, and Jim Harris^ When the'se
gchool, have nothing to wash it down
yrith, unless they bring a supply of
flrinjmbles with them. Now, there is
Surely our local School Boar-d are not
. inado acquainted with tho exigencies
of tho situation, or they would con
? the majority of town residents com
|l^o temptation thrown in their -way
to go to the river, and it is. nothing'
loss tljan cruelty, to keop the poor
? '' bairns '' dry allddy: for a drink, and
' most of them have books enough; in
th.e satchels to tjro tlje patjynco'of an
Indian hawkor. .'/..
FABMEIIS AND SISTTLKHS' ASSOCIATION.
An- adjourned : meeting of the
, Jfarhibvs and Settlers' . Association
? was hold at the School' of Arts on
Monday , lost.- , Present : Messrs G.
Clout (pesident) J. S. O'Sullivau
(Ssc), .. W.' IT. Bridlo, J.I. ;; Colhoun,
T.Toriking, G. Harris F. J. Bourko,:
J McKay, J. Donning and S. ,Grovos;!
Thejninutes of last mooting wove'
read and confirmed. ; . .
Correspondence.-— From ; the ; sec.
' of the Illabo Branch, .nominating Mr.
T. F, Quilter us a .director to tho
A. and P. Association, having as his
Beuzeville and E. H. Vynor, was very
busy all day receiving entries for the
forthcoming Show to be hold on the
26th and 27th inst. Notwithstanding
he informs us he has received so far
about 1000 entries, with others ex-
is a much needed downfall of rain and
pessimistic friends will revive, and the
27th annual show prove to be as
now to be the Federal Capital site — is
deserving of all that the most enthusi-
about it. "Palmam qui meruit
ferat," in passing.
"Don't touch Me," another by a
young man from Adjinbilly, "Some
day I will go there." Our belle was
a great "kill" with a lady from Saw-
hair and beard feil out after coming
into a good climate. None of the
ance, as "Ted" was too tired from
mutton, others porcupine, the rest
and' good stiff damper, helped to ap-
night. The beardless man from
Narandera's sandy town sang "Get
away from that Window." A young
man from Pigs Point sang, melodi-
ously, "While London Sleeps," and
attend. The young ladies, notwith-
better, if only to stay the involuntary
but the wind rising blew all clouds
King P. Eurell, F. Bates, J. Killalea,
A. Kinred, and J. Smith. The fol-
lowing left a few days previous :
son, and Jim Harris. When these
school, have nothing to wash it down
with, unless they bring a supply of
drinkables with them. Now, there is
Surely our local School Board are not
made acquainted with the exigencies
of the situation, or they would con-
the majority of town residents com-
the temptation thrown in their way
to go to the river, and it is nothing
loss than cruelty, to keep the poor
"bairns" dry all day for a drink, and
most of them have books enough; in
the satchels to tiro the patience of an
Indian hawker.
FARMERS AND SETTLERS ASSOCIATION.
An adjourned meeting of the
Farmers and Settlers' Association
was hold at the School of Arts on
Monday lost. , Present : Messrs G.
Clout (pesident) J. S. O'Sullivan
(Sec), W. H. Bridle, R. Colhoun,
T. Tonking, G. Harris F. J. Bourke,
J McKay, J. Denning and S. Groves.
The minutes of last meeting were
read and confirmed.
Correspondence.-— From the sec.
of the Illabo Branch, nominating Mr.
T. F. Quilter us a director to the
ANOTHER TUMUT INDUSTRY Modern Sawmill In Operation (Article), The Tumut and Adelong Times (NSW : 1864 - 1867; 1899 - 1950), Tuesday 31 October 1944 [Issue No.42] page 1 2020-01-27 13:37 Adelong road. The jiroprietlors are
iuv ou»uuucio x-i, xv.
Macadam and It. Mulvihill).
hardwoods for general building pur
poses and is proving a boom to build,
been unable to secure building tim
as .possible. Four men are employed
at' the mill in addition to haulers and
and the logs can be up to 3ft. in dia
meter. The mill is equipped to com
sawmilling and the plan t' is electrically
beneficial to Tumut folk in viow of
The big , breaking-down saw, which
wise, is driven by a 00 li.p. electric
motor, whilst' the cutting-lip saw is
driven by a 35 ili.p. motor. There is
also a 5 h.p. motor to drive the dock
After 'being cut into the proper thick
nesses the timber is tlieu docked on
tlie docking saw and is then stacked
The mill lias an advantage of being
supplied tlie. timber can be loaded
straight on t'o trucks. Messrs. Mac
adam and Mulvihill are to be eon
gratulated on tlieir enterprise. ?
Adelong road. The proprietlors are
the Tumut Sawmillers (Messrs. M. R.
Macadam and R. Mulvihill).
hardwoods for general building pur-
poses and is proving a boom to build-
been unable to secure building tim-
as possible. Four men are employed
at the mill in addition to haulers and
and the logs can be up to 3ft. in dia-
meter. The mill is equipped to com-
sawmilling and the plant is electrically
a steam-driven plant, is thus available
beneficial to Tumut folk in view of
The big breaking-down saw, which
wise, is driven by a 50 h.p. electric
motor, whilst the cutting-up saw is
driven by a 35 h.p. motor. There is
also a 5 h.p. motor to drive the dock-
After being cut into the proper thick-
nesses the timber is then docked on
the docking saw and is then stacked
The mill has an advantage of being
supplied the timber can be loaded
straight on to trucks. Messrs. Mac-
adam and Mulvihill are to be con-
gratulated on their enterprise.
New Sawmill For Tumut Part of Development Plan. (Article), Construction (Sydney, NSW : 1938 - 1954), Wednesday 15 July 1953 page 5 2020-01-27 13:32 The Minister said that with devel--
opments now planned, Tumut will
call on the output from the new miii.
district, the Minister add£d.
The Minister said that with devel-
opments now planned, Tumut will
call on the output from the new mill.
district, the Minister added.
COMPANY GIVEN RIGHTS TO TUMUT SAWMILL (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Thursday 9 July 1953 [Issue No.53] page 1 2020-01-27 13:31 'The right to install and operate a
new sawmill at Tumut, and to pur
district, has been granted to a com
Ltd.,' the New South Wales Minis
Mr. Enticknap said that the For
for applications, had laid down strin
Monterey pine from tb.e Commis
weejasper plantations — could be pro
Commission has also imposed con
sawn limber for building purposes
and cases, and provides for the ulti
Mr. .Enticknap said that it is an
markets such as the Tumut and Riv
on the output of the View mill.
th» mill, in addition to providing for
for Tumut and Batlow and the Mur
has been accentuated by the dimin
"The right to install and operate a
new sawmill at Tumut, and to pur-
district, has been granted to a com-
Ltd.," the New South Wales Minis-
Mr. Enticknap said that the For-
for applications, had laid down strin-
Monterey pine from the Commis-
Weejasper plantations — could be pro-
Commission has also imposed con-
sawn timber for building purposes
and cases, and provides for the ulti-
Mr. Enticknap said that it is an-
markets such as the Tumut and Riv-
on the output of the new mill.
the mill, in addition to providing for
for Tumut and Batlow and the Mur-
has been accentuated by the dimin-
BIG NEW SAWMILL FOR TUMUT Minister's Announcement (Article), Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954), Friday 7 September 1951 page 1 2020-01-25 13:22 FORTUMUT
Minister's' ;
SYDNEY, Friday— A new saw-'
Conservation (Mr. Weir) an
nounced last' night. ,
Hie mill would be able to draw
immediately six to eight mil- .
iion super-feet of logs per year
?Weq Uasper ' and JoUnama^'State
forests. - '
i Tlicse are within So to 40 miles 1
of Tumut; ?''?
' Mr. Weir said tills rate of in- 1
take i would be maintahicd untl.l.
1 1062, '.after witfeh-it. would be tai
creM(^.'-:-.-o; -. : -:r---'.r'' -' ? , ' i;'--
I1 Xxjgr '.protliictlon from ''the'
,forest3r'was::,{!xpected: to : - rise
gradually /to,, 30, 01)0, 000 super-feet
ta year.by.Jiopp.; ;
:XJntll: 'lBG^, 'thc .liaslc activity:
would ^be -siwrnilllng, but after I
that date,U .was mtcntlcd tnat (
provision 'Should be made ,f fori;
'the: nianutacture: o£ wood prur
ducts. : ?
' Mr. Wqlr said that technicul
officers'', of ' tiiu : Fdicstry Com
mlsslon liad'bben in-cons'ultatloii ?
.with tile C'SIRO and. Sou 1 h Aus- '.
tralian forestry authorities: with
regard- : to ; tiiV, preparation v of a, ;
design and . layout for the .pro-, ';
posed mii\ ,anU ancillary drjiinj .
and' dressing, equipiueiit.
A basic . design had been pre- ;
pared arid wouid bu made avail- :
able- to applicants; as an lndicd- ;
tlon of, .the. Forestry'CcmmisHion's '
general- rctiuii-cmints , . reaardin^
the standard.: of ' milling : and
| quality of timber to, be produced.
: Mr; ? AVelr said ? he had given .
: approval for the 'rVjrtstry v Co'm-
| nilssicn' to Invite publicly nppllca-'
tioiis for the milhng rlghto;of tlio '
??area- In question;' ' . : v ' '
FOR TUMUT
Minister's
SYDNEY, Friday— A new saw-
Conservation (Mr. Weir) an-
nounced last' night.
The mill would be able to draw
immediately six to eight mil-
lion super-feet of logs per year
Wee Jasper and Jounama State
forests.
These are within 20 to 40 miles
of Tumut.
Mr. Weir said this rate of in-
take would be maintained until
1962, after which it would be in-
creased.
Log production from the
forests was expected to rise
gradually to 30,000,000 super-feet
a year by 1990.
Until 1962 the basic activity
would be sawmilling, but after
that date it was intended that
provision should be made for
the manufacture of wood pro-
ducts.
Mr. Welr said that technical
officers of the Forestry Com-
mlsslon had been in consultation
with the CSIRO and South Aus-
tralian forestry authorities with
regard to the preparation of a
design and layout for the pro-
posed mill and ancillary drying
and dressing equipment.
A basic design had been pre-
pared and would be made avail-
able to applicants; as an lndica-
tlon of the Forestry Commission's
general requirements regarding
the standard of milling and
quality of timber to be produced.
Mr. Welr said he had given
approval for the Forestry Com-
mission to invite publicly applica-
tions for the milling rights of the
area in question.
NEW SAWMILL NEAR TUMUT SYDNEY, Thursday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Friday 7 September 1951 [Issue No.7505] page 3 2020-01-25 13:11 SYDNEY, Thursday
BIG NEW SAWMILL FOR TUMUT Minister's Announcement (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 7 September 1951 page 1 2020-01-25 13:10 SAWMILL I
FORTUMUT !
SYDNEY, 'jThursday: A new saw
future, the Minister for Conserva
rpHE mill would be able to
draw Immediately six to
Hill, Billapaloola, Wee. Jasper
Log production ? from the
officers of the Forestry Com
mission had. been in consulta
tion with the C.SI.R.O. and
South Australian forestry au
applications for ^he milling
SAWMILL
FOR TUMUT
SYDNEY, Thursday: A new saw
future, the Minister for Conserva-
The mill would be able to
draw immediately six to
Hill, Billapaloola, Wee Jasper
Log production from the
officers of the Forestry Com-
mission had. been in consulta-
tion with the C.S.I.R.O. and
South Australian forestry au-
applications for the milling
New Sawmill For Tumut District (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Friday 7 September 1951 [Issue No.23,379] page 3 2020-01-25 13:08 'Tumut District
Tumut District
New Sawmill For Tumut District (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Friday 7 September 1951 [Issue No.23,379] page 3 2020-01-25 13:08 'lumiut District
SYDNEY, Thursday. - A new
As well as assisting in meetmn
particularly in the Murrumbidaee
in a position, immediately produc
lion commenced, to contribute to
'Tumut District
SYDNEY, Thursday. — A new
As well as assisting in meeting
particularly in the Murrumbidgee
in a position, immediately produc-
tion commenced, to contribute to
BIG SAWMILL FOR TUMUT AREA (Article), Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954), Friday 17 July 1953 page 2 2020-01-24 14:19 RSverlha regions, would have
flr^t . cftllfoji, |he .ptltjn^' otivthfi
new inllV.- J; . i :
' He -said '? thiat':.;^ the. establisli
ment of the mill. In addition, to
prfwldlngi. j foy , requirement , ,of
sawn tinjber, \yould improve, the
supply of ^quaUt^i .Cases for 'Tu-,
mut , and . Batlow ; jirid the. Mur
rumbldgeei Im^atio'n Areas; and,
woj|lS jalSo.,utei)d;t-- bridge' the
gap betWfjeji supply and - demand1
which has been accentuated bv
Cypress Pine throughout ? . the
Riverina regions, would have
first call on the output of the
new mill.
He said that the establish-
ment of the mill, In addition to
providing for requirements of
sawn timber, would improve the
supply of quality cases for Tu=
mut and Batlow and the Mur-
rumbldgee Irrigation Areas, and
would also tend to bridge the
gap between supply and demand
which has been accentuated by
Cypress Pine throughout the

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