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1 JohnWarren 5,859,461
2 noelwoodhouse 3,928,722
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,048
5 Rhonda.M 3,207,281
...
1720 naomitoy 20,139
1721 nedlands 20,116
1722 ranger 20,062
1723 Jeannine.Werrett 20,045
1724 Australdi 20,043
1725 strals 20,041

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November 2019 646
August 2017 5
June 2017 29
May 2017 624
March 2017 24
August 2015 15
July 2015 50
May 2015 485
April 2015 5,244
March 2015 8,420
February 2015 303
January 2015 10
November 2014 195
October 2014 70
September 2014 21
July 2014 44
June 2014 602
April 2014 6
November 2013 10
August 2011 28
March 2011 74
January 2011 1,147
December 2010 1,245
November 2010 647
October 2010 101

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,859,259
2 noelwoodhouse 3,928,722
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,027
5 Rhonda.M 3,207,268
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1715 HowandWhyPerth 20,137
1716 nedlands 20,113
1717 ranger 20,062
1718 Jeannine.Werrett 20,045
1719 Australdi 20,043
1720 Jann.Gallen 20,035

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November 2019 646
August 2017 5
June 2017 29
May 2017 624
March 2017 24
August 2015 15
July 2015 50
May 2015 485
April 2015 5,244
March 2015 8,420
February 2015 303
January 2015 10
November 2014 195
October 2014 70
September 2014 21
July 2014 44
June 2014 602
April 2014 6
November 2013 10
August 2011 28
March 2011 74
January 2011 1,147
December 2010 1,245
November 2010 647
October 2010 101

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WESTONIA Westonia, Dec. 14. (Article), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1954), Monday 20 December 1920 [Issue No.6732] page 1 2019-11-09 22:38 over £9,5 is in hand. Mr. Lunt is
over £95 is in hand. Mr. Lunt is
WESTONIA Westonia, Dec. 14. (Article), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1954), Monday 20 December 1920 [Issue No.6732] page 1 2019-11-09 22:37 Mr. J. C. Lunt, iheadmaster of j
the Westonia public school,; 'has |
beeni tar ansf erred to the Rosalie
public school, West Subiaco. He I
leaves' Westonia this week, his fma[
a-sscciatioii ??with the Westonia chil
ment© as treasurer on behalf of the j
boys', band. Westonia residents have j
contributed liberally to the ' fund j
oollect'ed to ensure the success of I
preceding the band to* Bimb'Ui-y to ]
make . arrangements for the boys' I
comfort. I
Mr. J. C. Lunt, headmaster of
the Westonia public school, has
public school, West Subiaco. He
leaves Westonia this week, his final
association with the Westonia chil-
ments as treasurer on behalf of the
boys' band. Westonia residents have
contributed liberally to the fund
oollect'ed to ensure the success of
preceding the band to Bunbury to
make arrangements for the boys'
comfort.
SNAKE CENSUS. Fifty-three Specimens Received. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.15,701] page 22 2019-11-09 22:33 A totatl of 53 snakes and snake-like
was brought in by. Laurie Arnold, a
A totat of 53 snakes and snake-like
was brought in by Laurie Arnold, a
TEAM TO VISIT PERTH ITINERARY (Article), Bridgetown Advocate (WA : 1938 - 1950), Friday 9 August 1946 [Issue No.1024] page 2 2019-11-09 22:31 Meet staff and chaildren of Rosalie
Meet staff and children of Rosalie
A PLAYLET "STEALS THE SHOW" (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 13 November 1952 [Issue No.20,692] page 10 2019-11-09 22:27 show" at the Children's Con
the Knave of Hea-ts it was pro
duced with care and imagina
the interest of the large audi
er-c was sustained throughout.
Careful training made suc
High School and of the physi-l
Girdlestone High SchooL
in standard, the most musical I
work being given by the Mt. I
show" at the Children's Con-
the Knave of Hearts it was pro-
duced with care and imagina-
the interest of the large audi-
ence was sustained throughout.
Careful training made suc-
High School and of the physi-
Girdlestone High School.
in standard, the most musical
work being given by the Mt.
VISITORS' ITINERARY. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 14 August 1946 [Issue No.18,747] page 4 2019-11-09 22:24 VISITIIG SCHOOLBOYS.
Monday. The visitors Ere spending the
(week in Perth as guests of the Rosalie
VISITING SCHOOLBOYS.
Monday. The visitors are spending the
week in Perth as guests of the Rosalie
HOLLYWOOD SCHOOL SITE (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Thursday 15 December 1932 [Issue No.18,022] page 5 2019-11-09 22:23 ? - ? ' SITE
.It the Nedlands Road Board does
m- the Hollywood district available to
the Education Department for the con
district will hold an indignation meet
was overcrowded, and children had to °-o
about 1 1-4 miles to school. The Direc
The road board has expressed willing
ness to grant the land, provided an ex
Smith said that the residents consid--rr-d
arranged the board should make the sifp
SITE
If the Nedlands Road Board does
in the Hollywood district available to
the Education Department for the con-
district will hold an indignation meet-
was overcrowded, and children had to go
about 1 1-4 miles to school. The Direc-
The road board has expressed willing-
ness to grant the land, provided an ex-
Smith said that the residents considered
arranged the board should make the site
CRANBROOK NOTES PERSONAL (Article), Mount Barker and Denmark Record (Albany, WA : 1929 - 1949), Thursday 17 May 1934 [Issue No.586] page 6 2019-11-09 22:19 FlERSQNAL.
.- P- ••
PERSQNAL.
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CRANBROOK NOTES PERSONAL (Article), Mount Barker and Denmark Record (Albany, WA : 1929 - 1949), Thursday 17 May 1934 [Issue No.586] page 6 2019-11-09 22:18 Miss M/F^iry/has returned to her
home for thevacation and hopes to
spend a few diiys in : Albany. --
Miss J. McDonalii, of the Staff of
Rosalie School, is spending 'the vacation
Mr. C. J. McDonald has- gone to
Perth- to-mfcet" Mrs. McDenald, who
is : returning front' her: voyage to
Fiji.. .
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d
v
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l
t
Miss M. Ferry has returned to her
home for the vacation and hopes to
spend a few days in Albany.
Miss J. McDonald, of the Staff of
Rosalie School, is spending the vacation
Mr. C. J. McDonald has gone to
Perth to meet Mrs. McDonald, who
is returning from her voyage to
Fiji.








INFANTILE PARALYSIS CASE AT WEST SUBIACO ROSALIE SCHOOL CLOSED Perth, March 10. (Article), Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947), Thursday 10 March 1938 [Issue No.1,628] page 5 2019-11-09 22:09 DffAflTlLgl'^RAI.BlS
? . ? ^
CASE AT WEST SUBIAC0
years, having .contracted infantile
close, but two will fe-open oh March
INFANTILE PARALYSIS

CASE AT WEST SUBIACO
years, having contracted infantile
close, but two will re-open on March

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  1. Banking System
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    Corruption, failed pratices, illegal trading etc.
    Looks as though nothing has changed over the years!

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  2. Bennett Family of Victoria, Australia
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    The family of James Bennett and Mary Squire who emigrated from Devonshire, England to Australia in 1841

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  3. Bowman Family of Western Australia
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    1937 - John David Bowman missing

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  4. C. E. Nalty (elite cyclist)
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    Charles E. "Jerry" Nalty . Born c.1881 in South Australia to Valentine Frederick Augustus Nalty and Ellen Murphy.

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    Coldstream Guards, mainly 1st Battalion

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  6. George William Ward, Forrest Chambers
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  7. Kearney / Bennett Family Western Australia
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    Francis Kearney and Margaret Bennett

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  8. McKenna Family of Western Australia
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    The family of Elizabeth Matilda McKenna, born 1851 in Perth, Western Australia

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  9. Singleton family of Subiaco, Western Australia
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    Thomas and Mary Singleton (nee Wall) came to Australia from Lancashire, England in 1913 aboard the ship 'Orsova'. Their children Annie, John William and Ella were with them. They lived in Gloster St, 194 Nicholson Rd and 145 Keightley Rd, Subiaco.

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  10. Stanton Family of Western Australia (First Fleet)
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    Family of John Stanton who arrived in Western Australia on the H.M.S Sulphurin 1829. John also fought at the Battle of Waterloo.

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  11. The Buscombe Family
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    The Buscombe family of Richmond (Tasmania), Avenel (Victoria) and Western Australia

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  12. The family of Daniel Tree, Adelaide, South Australia
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    Daniel Tree, publican of Crown and Sceptre Inn, fined for neglecting his lamplight

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  13. The family of Edward McNamara, Western Australia
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    Edward McNamara was born in Mountshannon, Ireland in 1864. He married Margaret Stuart in 1891 in Melbourne, Victoria before settling in Western Australia.

    He was a police constable (1901-1906). living at Geraldton, Fremantle, Cottesloe, Westonia and Como.

    His children were:
    Marie (b 1892, Melbourne)
    Margaret Elizabeth (b 1895 Western Australia)
    Delia Clare (b 1897 Geraldton)
    Loretto Josephine (b 1902 Busselton)
    Edward Patrick Stuart (b 1899 Geraldton).

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  14. The family of John Dando (Melbourne, Victoria)
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    John was born in1831 at Westerleigh, Gloucestershire, England.
    He emigrated to Australia onboard the ship 'Velore' in 1853.
    John married Mary Ann Clynes in 1859 in Melbourne.
    He was a blacksmith and owned a forge in Bridge St, Richmond, Victoria.
    He returned to England and died at Bristol in 1900.

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  15. The Family of John Nalty and Esther Valentine, South Australia
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    John and Esther Nalty's children:

    Valentine Frederick Augustus Nalty born 25 November 1843 (Ireland) was a police trooper for the South Australian Mounted Police. He died in 1920. He married Ellen Murphy (02 July 1867) in Queensland then after her death (27 Apr 1910) he married widow Sara Bunning
    Valentine and Ellen's children were:
    Augusta Valentine Nalty (26/02/1870-24/07/1907). She was married to Carl Adolph From.
    Frederick John Nalty (1871-08/05/1914). He died of heart disease at Gatooma, Rhodesia. He was, in 1903, a fireman at Lakeside, Kalgoorlie.
    Florence Mary Nalty (1874-16 Jan 1894). She died at Adelaide Hospital from inflamation of the brain.
    Kate Alice Nalty (1876-08 Nov 1949). She was married to William Henry Clarke.
    Esther Ellen Nalty (?-1955). She married Edwin Charles Moyle at Boulder in 1899.
    Charles Edward Nalty (c1881-after 1949). Born South Australia. Was also known as Jerry. He was an Australian cycling champion. He married Pearl Whitford. Their children were: Winifred Eileen, Charles Edward and Allen.


    Valentine married widow Sara Bunning in1884 & 1916 in Victoria. There is no record of divorce.They can be found at the same address on the Electoral Roll as early as 1906.
    Their children were: Sarah Nalty (b1886), Frederick A Nalty (b1891) and Edward Valentine Nalty (1899).




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    James Newsome Nalty born 08 January 1852 at Liverpool, England (not verified). James was a mounted police trooper but accidently died (24 June 1884) in after his horse rolled on him. He married Eleanor Juliet Blanche Mitchell on 01 June 1882 at the residence of her father, Walter Mitchell in Adelaide .
    He is memorialised at several sites - (South Australian Police) and national monument for police who have died on active service.

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    His children were :
    Walter Devine Nalty (born 09 March 1884). It appears Walter used the name Valentine. He travelled extensively to the U.S.A. Was a photographer in Perth for a short time.
    Elanor Millicent Nalty (born 01 Jan 1883)

    Charles Philip Hornick Nalty, born 19 Aug 1841 in Dublin, Ireland. He served with the 8th Hussars in London before coming to Australia from America. He was also a police trooper. He married Bridget Mary Hughes on 02 October 1872 at St. Patrick's Church, Adelaide.Charles Nalty who joined the force 4 May, 1872 and resigned 22 March 1909.
    First station was Robe 4 years, Strathalbyn 3 years, Morpheth Vale 10 years, Quorn 4 years, Alice Springs 4 years
    Their children were:
    Frederick Charles [1877- Jun 1945]. First aide officer SA Railways.
    William John [1879-],
    David Edward [1883-1973],
    Thomas Newsome [1886-1916] Died on active service at Pozieres, France from a high explosive shell. France. He was a dentist prior to joining the 48th Battalion.
    Claude Hornick [1889-1973]. Claude was a Sergeant-Compounder and participated in the original landing at Gallipoli. He was a chemist prior to WW1.
    Margaret [1875-?]
    Adelaide (Ada) married J. O'Mahony and resided in Port Pirie.
    Mary Rose [c1874-19 Nov 1947]. It appears Mary never married.

    From the book "The History of Northeast Missouri Vol 2 Pt 2
    https://ia902605.us.archive.org/6/items/historyofnorthea22will/historyofnorthea22will.pdf
    Page 1502 & 1503
    "Walter Valentine Nalty. It is given to few men to have a life
    of such varied experience as the popular photographer in the Whittle
    building, at Columbia, Walter V. Nalty. He has been a resident of this
    city since 1908, having arrived after a journey across half the globe,
    with Columbia as his objective point from the start. He was a student
    for some time in the academic department of the university, and also
    did work in his regular profession. In July, 1911, he bought the J.
    Waller studio in the Whittle building, and now has a prosperous
    business.

    Mr. Nalty began his career in Australia, where he was born on the
    9th of March, 1884. His father, James Newsome Nalty, born in Dublin,
    Ireland, in 1852, was a member of an aristocratic family, was reared in
    conformity with that position, and then about the time he attained his
    majority the enactment of certain laws of the empire deprived him and
    his family of their finances and stations. Thus thrown on his own re-
    sources, he made a success as an actor, until failing health compelled
    him to go to Australia. There he became superintendent of the mounted
    police organization known as the Troopers, and during that service his
    horse killed him. His death occurred July 22, 1884, after a residence
    in Australia of about five years. He married Eleanor Juliet Mitchell,
    who was born at Adelaide, Australia, a daughter of Walter Mitchell,
    and her death occurred in that country November 7, 1907. By her mar-
    riage to Mr. Nalty she had two children — Millicent, still living in Aus-
    tralia, and Walter Valentine, of Columbia. She married for her second
    husband a Mr. Duckmanton, and their children were Morton, Lancy
    and Thelma.

    Walter Valentine Nalty throughout most of his life has been depend-
    ent on his own resources, and his talents and resourcefulness have kept
    him fairly prosperous in spite of difficulties. He attended the grade
    schools of his native land about five years, which was all the schooling
    he had until he arrived in Missouri. He was a newsboy, was a delivery
    boy for a grocery store, and at the age of thirteen began work in a
    brick yard, where he continued fifteen months. In the city of Mel-
    bourne he then got a job in a photographers' supply house, displayed

    HISTORY OF NORTHEAST MISSOURI 1503

    a ready talent far photographic work, and afterwards worked in dif-
    ferent studios and travelled throughout Australia following his pro-
    fession.

    In 1906 he became a prospector in the desert gold fields in the heart
    of the Australian continent. Already at the age of twenty-four he was
    a seasoned veteran in the manners and activities of the world, and he then
    embarked on his venture to the other side of the world. In February,
    1908, he signed as a coal passer on an ocean liner at Sydney, and made
    the voyage to London below decks and at some of the hardest work
    known to man. From London he took steerage passage as an emigrant
    on the steamship St. Louis, and from New York finally reached Colum-
    bia, where his activities in business have been described.

    Mr. Nalty's talent has not been altogether devoted to his regular
    profession. He has been a newspaper correspondent and a contributor
    to magazine literature, his writings having appeared in The Student,
    the Post Dispatch, Leslie's Weekly, Sydney Bulletin, St. Louis and Can-
    adian Photographer, the World's News, and elsewhere. He has also had
    considerable success in delivering travelogues, and for all his literary
    work has a rare fund of experience and information. Mr. Nalty is a
    member of the Masonic order. He was married on June 26, 1912, to
    Miss Gertrude Selders, daughter of William and Alice (Sprague) Sel-
    ders. Mrs. Nalty was born at Centralia in November, 1889, and was
    educated at Christian College in Columbia.

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  16. The family of Thomas and Caroline Coyle, Western Australia
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    Thomas Marmaduke Coyle was born on 20th January 1869 at Spring Creek, Victoria to Daniel and Jane Coyle. Thomas married Caroline Martin on 6th September 1905 at Boulder, Western Australia.

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  17. The family of William Henry Clarke of Coolup
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  18. The Fyfe family tree
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    Death of Alfred Young, Norseman

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  19. The Martin family of Boulder and Babakin, Western Australia
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    The Martin family moved to Boulder after the death of their husband and father William Rogers Martin (born 1845, Cornwall, England). William died 1st September 1891 at Clunes, Victoria.

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  20. The Ogilvie family of Beechworth and Melbourne, Victoria
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    James Ogilvie (born 1820) came from Falkirk, Scotland c1855 and married Mary O'Callaghan (born 1836, Limerick, Ireland).
    Documents indicated they were married 5th October 1855 in Melbourne but a marriage registration hasn't been found.

    Their children were: James (1856-1929)
    John (d. 1861)
    Margaret (1858-1905)
    Henry (1861-1852)

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  22. Werrett family in South Australia
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    John Werrett, his wife Mary Dando and his brother William Fane Werrett emigrated to Australia from Gloucestershire, England in 1853.

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