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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,950,248
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,301
3 NeilHamilton 3,458,133
4 DonnaTelfer 3,405,545
5 Rhonda.M 3,355,365
6 John.F.Hall 2,848,501
7 frankstonlibrary 2,513,116
8 yelnod 2,306,351

2,848,501 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 13,064
January 2020 16,949
December 2019 12,035
November 2019 9,363
October 2019 5,780
September 2019 8,725
August 2019 4,973
July 2019 1,771
June 2019 8,441
May 2019 7,265
April 2019 11,449
March 2019 6,049
February 2019 10,473
January 2019 36,238
December 2018 33,182
November 2018 52,419
October 2018 25,746
September 2018 15,277
August 2018 17,712
July 2018 24,466
June 2018 17,295
May 2018 9,545
April 2018 8,267
March 2018 5,418
February 2018 4,134
January 2018 10,044
December 2017 10,451
November 2017 25,930
October 2017 51,802
September 2017 56,138
August 2017 67,231
July 2017 49,508
June 2017 49,264
May 2017 45,978
April 2017 18,777
March 2017 17,519
February 2017 40,440
January 2017 27,186
December 2016 32,961
November 2016 27,751
October 2016 34,131
September 2016 25,784
August 2016 36,010
July 2016 42,390
June 2016 42,811
May 2016 73,262
April 2016 97,205
March 2016 43,721
February 2016 22,016
January 2016 17,480
December 2015 9,911
November 2015 1,348
October 2015 112
September 2015 714
August 2015 3,708
July 2015 1,800
June 2015 10,699
May 2015 37,638
April 2015 35,355
March 2015 33,507
February 2015 16,147
January 2015 18,853
December 2014 15,112
November 2014 7,335
October 2014 4,253
September 2014 5,081
August 2014 6,948
July 2014 22,892
June 2014 8,116
May 2014 2,736
April 2014 6,249
March 2014 7,847
February 2014 7,403
January 2014 17,962
December 2013 26,232
November 2013 18,474
October 2013 21,387
September 2013 18,255
August 2013 20,849
July 2013 14,156
June 2013 10,001
May 2013 10,623
April 2013 9,641
March 2013 7,661
February 2013 7,020
January 2013 16,144
December 2012 21,500
November 2012 21,989
October 2012 5,544
September 2012 23
August 2012 5,230
July 2012 11,490
June 2012 8,300
May 2012 15,970
April 2012 5,081
March 2012 17,308
February 2012 26,067
January 2012 38,685
December 2011 17,283
November 2011 7,174
October 2011 3,116
September 2011 7,875
August 2011 22,327
July 2011 32,927
June 2011 52,386
May 2011 39,724
April 2011 28,288
March 2011 16,015
February 2011 36,674
January 2011 45,024
December 2010 23,605
November 2010 8,972
October 2010 17,095
September 2010 20,964
August 2010 12,936
July 2010 30,141
June 2010 24,085
May 2010 39,482
April 2010 32,892
March 2010 18,544
February 2010 11,461
January 2010 19,545
December 2009 29,125
November 2009 16,692
October 2009 16,376
September 2009 17,620
August 2009 16,640
July 2009 28,343
June 2009 25,187
May 2009 27,881
April 2009 30,277
March 2009 21,448
February 2009 14,981
January 2009 11,563
December 2008 4,658
November 2008 20,937
October 2008 21,886
September 2008 5,170

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,950,046
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,301
3 NeilHamilton 3,458,004
4 DonnaTelfer 3,405,519
5 Rhonda.M 3,355,352
6 John.F.Hall 2,848,487
7 frankstonlibrary 2,513,116
8 yelnod 2,306,305

2,848,487 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 13,064
January 2020 16,947
December 2019 12,035
November 2019 9,363
October 2019 5,780
September 2019 8,725
August 2019 4,973
July 2019 1,771
June 2019 8,441
May 2019 7,265
April 2019 11,449
March 2019 6,049
February 2019 10,473
January 2019 36,238
December 2018 33,182
November 2018 52,419
October 2018 25,746
September 2018 15,277
August 2018 17,712
July 2018 24,466
June 2018 17,289
May 2018 9,545
April 2018 8,267
March 2018 5,418
February 2018 4,134
January 2018 10,044
December 2017 10,451
November 2017 25,930
October 2017 51,801
September 2017 56,138
August 2017 67,231
July 2017 49,508
June 2017 49,264
May 2017 45,978
April 2017 18,777
March 2017 17,519
February 2017 40,440
January 2017 27,183
December 2016 32,959
November 2016 27,751
October 2016 34,131
September 2016 25,784
August 2016 36,010
July 2016 42,390
June 2016 42,811
May 2016 73,262
April 2016 97,205
March 2016 43,721
February 2016 22,016
January 2016 17,480
December 2015 9,911
November 2015 1,348
October 2015 112
September 2015 714
August 2015 3,708
July 2015 1,800
June 2015 10,699
May 2015 37,638
April 2015 35,355
March 2015 33,507
February 2015 16,147
January 2015 18,853
December 2014 15,112
November 2014 7,335
October 2014 4,253
September 2014 5,081
August 2014 6,948
July 2014 22,892
June 2014 8,116
May 2014 2,736
April 2014 6,249
March 2014 7,847
February 2014 7,403
January 2014 17,962
December 2013 26,232
November 2013 18,474
October 2013 21,387
September 2013 18,255
August 2013 20,849
July 2013 14,156
June 2013 10,001
May 2013 10,623
April 2013 9,641
March 2013 7,661
February 2013 7,020
January 2013 16,144
December 2012 21,500
November 2012 21,989
October 2012 5,544
September 2012 23
August 2012 5,230
July 2012 11,490
June 2012 8,300
May 2012 15,970
April 2012 5,081
March 2012 17,308
February 2012 26,067
January 2012 38,685
December 2011 17,283
November 2011 7,174
October 2011 3,116
September 2011 7,875
August 2011 22,327
July 2011 32,927
June 2011 52,386
May 2011 39,724
April 2011 28,288
March 2011 16,015
February 2011 36,674
January 2011 45,024
December 2010 23,605
November 2010 8,972
October 2010 17,095
September 2010 20,964
August 2010 12,936
July 2010 30,141
June 2010 24,085
May 2010 39,482
April 2010 32,892
March 2010 18,544
February 2010 11,461
January 2010 19,545
December 2009 29,125
November 2009 16,692
October 2009 16,376
September 2009 17,620
August 2009 16,640
July 2009 28,343
June 2009 25,187
May 2009 27,881
April 2009 30,277
March 2009 21,448
February 2009 14,981
January 2009 11,563
December 2008 4,658
November 2008 20,937
October 2008 21,886
September 2008 5,170

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 356,584
2 GeoffMMutton 156,936
3 PhilThomas 144,163
4 mickbrook 114,419
5 murds5 61,555
...
1545 glehar 14
1546 granonthego 14
1547 irwinbuckley 14
1548 John.F.Hall 14
1549 JohnArcher01 14
1550 JustAc3 14

14 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 2
June 2018 6
October 2017 1
January 2017 3
December 2016 2


Recent corrections

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Wednesday 6 April 1927 [Issue No.21,589] page 16 2020-02-27 10:36 nounced between Sibyl, eldest daughter of I)-,
and Mrs. F. G. Hope Mlchod, 'Talmarosa,'
Hamilton (late of Longreach;, and Arthur
Langmore, Mt. Victoria, Longreach, only &on
of Mr. and Mrs. *|V. Langmore, Prospect,
nounced between Sibyl, eldest daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. F. G. Hope Michod, "Palmarosa,"
Hamilton (late of Longreach), and Arthur
Langmore, Mt. Victoria, Longreach, only son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Langmore, Prospect,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 11 June 1928 [Issue No.21,957] page 20 2020-02-27 10:09 LANGMORE-MICHOD.
church. . The bridegroom was . Mr
Agnes Sibyl Hope Mlchod (eldest
Michod. Bronte, Kitchener-road,
officiated. Dr. Hope Mlchod gave away
Mlchod (sister of the bride), who were
LANGMORE—MICHOD.
church. The bridegroom was Mr.
Agnes Sibyl Hope Michod (eldest
Michod, Bronte, Kitchener-road,
officiated. Dr. Hope Michod gave away
Michod (sister of the bride), who were
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 23 November 1920 [Issue No.15,932] page 1 2020-02-27 09:12 HAYTER--On November 10. 1S2Q, to <1-e wits
a son (KoElaaW HUton).
HAYTER.—On November 10. 1S2Q, to <1-e wits
a son (Reginald Hilton).
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 17 April 1915 [Issue No.24,110] page 16 2020-02-27 08:46 HAYTER (nee Beatrice Bell). - March 23 at l18 Wj-nd
ham street Ale \antlnn to Mr and Mrs Ha. ter-a
daughter (Bcr) 1- Lnuly)
LEAHY. - \pnl J at Cooinda Private Hospital Wy
HAYTER (nee Beatrice Bell).—March 23, at 148 Wynd-
ham-street, Alexandria, to Mr. and Mrs. Hayter—a
daughter (Beryle Emily).
LEAHY.—April 3, at Cooinda Private Hospital, Wy-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 3 April 1915 [Issue No.24,098] page 12 2020-02-27 08:39 tral Bay, to Mr. and Mrs. K. Clive Hayter—a son/
tral Bay, to Mr. and Mrs. K. Clive Hayter—a son.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 3 April 1915 [Issue No.24,098] page 12 2020-02-27 08:15 BEGG.-March 20, to Mr and Mrs Colin E Begg
to Mr -ind lira A S Cohen-a daughter (Frances
CONNIE - March 24, at The Bungalow, Nurse o'Neill's
Connie, Point-road, Northwood - a son (John Bruce).
Crojdon, to Mr and Mrs G B Crawford-ii daughtir
private hospital, Clntswood to Mr nul Mr» \\.
HAYTER.- Apnl 1, at Coom li Private Hospital, Neu
ipil Bai, to Mr and Mrs K Clive Halter-i son
JARVIS.-March 20, at Gorian \ale, Il-impden road,
Abbotsford, the wife of Mr S O A Jarvis-o eon
LEWIS.-March 3, 1(115, at Pipitea Pall, Newcastle
MARTIN - M ireh 5 at Carritlioo], Denham street,
Bondi, to Mr and Mrs Rupert C Martin-a daugh
Mr and Mrs Ired A Mashman-a ton
MULHOLLAND - March 28, at Reefton, St. James'
road, Waverley, the wife of G. A. Mulholland - a
Mr and Mrs 1 rank N D Nicholls-i son
O'BRIEN. - March 2S, the wife of Thomas O Brien, oi
ton Private Hospital, kogarah, to Mr and Mis L
and Mrs T A. Hacketts--a son (Alva Noel) Pie
SMITH.- M ireh 30, at Marsden, Iredale street. New
land, to Mr and Mre A lamsolt-* son (Walter
TAYLOR.-Maich 24 at Nurse Pages Prlv itc Hospi
Mr and Mr» ï 11 Taylor, 210 West street North
VAUGHAN (nee Gladys Ellsmore) - March 23 at Nurse,
Mrs Innis Vaughan, Lord street, Roseville - a son,
WEBSTER.-March Ü5 at Clover street, Mosman, to
Mr ind Mrs. M O Webster-a d-lighter
rill Clcbc, to Mr and Mrs II S Wilbania-a
WILSON - March 31, at Cambewarra Pnvite Hospl
til Kitoomba to Mr and Mrs. G \ Wilson, ol
BEBB-McLAUGHLIN - I eliruary 10, at St Tauls
Church, Redfern, bv tile Rev H 1 Noble lohn
BISHOP-BEECH.-March 27. at St, Stephen's, New
town bv tlio Rev 11 Be-,bic, Wînifrcd Nellie daugh
ter oí Mrs C Beech, of Nottin"liam to Mr Mil
CLAYDON - NORTON. - February 11 lol», at St.
W ntworth Shell Is Io-=oph Henri son of Mr ind
Mar-one M in eldi*t daughter of "Mr mil Mrs
COOPER-STUART - SJOBERG. - Mirch 27, lill, at
Christ Church St Iiurcnco, Svdncv, bl the Rev
<J M Statlnm, Hu-li, only soi of Mr an 1 Mi-«
Mu, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles
CURTIS - WHITING.. -lebruary 11 1915 it Our I nely
Musgrave, William Robert, fifth son of Mr and Mrs
of Mr and Mrs li 1 Whiting, of Chitswoud
HARRISON - JONES. -Febnnrv 20 it SLicSeil Mein
onal Presbvtenan C'liirch, bj Rev 1 MoiBan, Lva
Webster, elder dilighter of Mr ind Ms W I
pon of Mr and Mrs J W Hirri*on Waverley \t
West, Guy Bloomlicid, second son of Mr and Mrs j
Bonnie, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo T Hindmarsh
HINDMARSH~SAUNDERS - February 20th, at the
MITCHELL -JOHNSON - February 8, 1915, at the residence
NORTH - MANLY -Fcbniarv 27 19], it St ThilipN
Church, Waratah, bl the Rev I C 1 Mather,
Mwird Dudley, second son of Mr ind Mrs O 1
Clire, vounftcst daughter of Mr and Mr-- W Mr ade,
Mrs Robertso,n Lochnagar Lodge, Ilford Essex,
STANLEY - PARNE. -Mardi 30, it St lohnla Cliurch,
Bilnnin, by the Rev Manning George Stanley to
TAIT - WILLARD-March Ki 1915 at the Parsonage
Newtown, hy tlie Rei J W Holden IJhomis Mil
lum, eldest son of Mr anil Mr, Tait, of M imek
ville, to lw Mice voungest daughter oi Mr and
Mrs A H Willird, of New town.
TAMLYN - WHITE. -Mirch 0 191 i, it the Biptiht
( liurch Jjslivood by Rev 11 Ii Childs, I iiircnee,
pm of Mr t limlyn, <f Svv nisei, Smith Wales, to
Ollie dmghtcr of Mr and Mrs. II h. While, Last
TERRY - ARMSTRONG- 1 ehriury 20 1015 it Iman
eldest on at the lite lohn Terry (ml Mrs lern,
I ive in Schofield md Mrs. ¡xlic/llcld of Haberfield
WORTHINGTON - TAYLOR - I ehre/lry 0, 1915, at St
I Is ledfern, hy the Rev Hiurv I Noble Wil
) i oh son of Mr mid M/s Amos Worthington,
A e! lest duighUr of Mr irnd Mrs Chirles lay loi,
YUILE - COLLIE. - lebruan -'/, 1110 at St Andrew'*
li litcniiiChuic.il 1'irniiulta by the Rev John
J ltir-on, assisted by thr Rev C » Whiti, ol
A ii urn, lohn, eldest son of the late Mr William
julie md Mrs Juill of ( Tinville to Stilh Mu
fo nth ii iuf,h.er oi the if ile Mr R A. Collie and
Mrs e ollie, of linns V irk
MILLS - BERRY.-/pnl 3, 16(15, at the pnrish rburch
Mil« second it m of thr htc Mr md Vrs Willum
BLAIN.- April 2, 1915, at 14 Queen-street, Ashfield,
BRAMHALL. - \prll 2 it liersleigh, Addison roid,
1 i ition Wunen, beloved mother ol W Bram
rb i htc oi Mr and Mn \\ liter Creek, of Burton
HALBERT - On March 29, George Francis Halbert, of
JAMES. i, ,,l 2 1915, at St George's Hospital.
JOHNSON-ENMARK.--April 1, 1915, at her late resi-
LEES. - March 15, at his residence, Harewood, 179
LLEWELLYN.- \pr I 2 191a, at her rtsidcnci, Stone
RULE. - April 2, 1915, at Sydney Hospital, William
«id ilnr. i» Î ,lc,rIj bdmtd ",,ü 0,,,y son ot Henri
SCOTT. )Í_ír^tri,M1 \ m\ ?l his htc ?'«¡'.once. IOS Tra
stitt ?iVpr", ]' ?' JI°»tr"l. Camdn. linihm
BEARD. ^rViIm!n?, trib,Uo *° thc memory ot our dear
Suit so,, B!< A,pr", ,*. mt Inscrtel1 b5 hi/louoR
And J will pee mi tktr wiles fire.
And when my carthli d-iv¡ are Fncnt
BURKE. -In sad and la« mp; memor of mv riirliiic
BURKE. -In loiintr remembrance of our darling sister,
But Hie irraic tint contains you is sacred to me
BURKE. -In sad and loung memoir of our diughterln
BURRIDGE. -In lo\in~ memorj of mr dear lnislintl
CAMPBELL.-In sad but loung momon of mj dear
CAMPBELL. -In sad but lounf momon of our dear
CAMPBELL. -In fon 1 anti lo\ing memory of mi dear
CAMPBELL. - In sad but loving mtmorv of our
life April 4, 1112, aged ¡12 j cars
CHRISTIE. - -In loung memor« of mi deir wife ind
CLEMENTS. - In sad but loung memory ol our deir
COSTELLO. -In loung memory of mv deir husband
COSTELLO - In loung mernoo of nu deir fither
FAGAN. -A tribute of tr-erlasting love ind sweet re
I nutifiol before tie tliione of Cod
Ainoll who dud Atinl J IK» igt I l8 icirs At
FAHEY. -In loiing memorj of our deir father and
FORDHAM. -In loutit, memory of our deir mottW
Mho ilepirtel lint life ilareh - >, 1114
GILCHRIST. -In loung memorj of mj drir mother
GILMORE. -In loung memori of our dtir fither
GOUGH. -In sitl anl lovnijf mt-mn-i of mi wife
No 'ticntl on tlits cirth Hie jon to fini,
GOUGH. -In sid and ln\m" inemiri of mv deir
HALLORAN. -In el cr loi in,' memori of our dmr sister
HALLORAN-In loiing inemon ol our dear mother.
HALLORAN. -In over loving memorv of my deir auntie
Mrs J Howlett abo ne) hew, arthur Howlett
HALLORAN. - In los lug memory of Mrs. J. Halloran,
Inserted by lier losing friends, Mrs and Jack Palmer
HIRST- \ token of loie lo the memorv ot our
HUGHES. - In ]oiii\g memory of our deir daughter and
IBBERSON. -In sad but losing mcinors of our darliig
KENWAY - In loung memorv of our deir son and
MACFARLANE. -In loung memory of our dear sister
I lil! Inserte 1 by Mr and Mr* Shirr; and family,
MORGAN-BROOKER. -In loving memory of my dear
PARKER. -In loving memory of any deir mother, who
PIKE. -A tribute ol love md respect ti our dear uncle
< e-oige Mattie», dit 1 1 iiiuory l8 Jill, aged U
ROWSWELL. -In loung remenil ranee of mv darling
April ! D14, ¿-.ed - nar* and 2 months.
ROWSWELL. -In loving remembrance of our darling
SCHOLES. -In loung remembrance of my brother
SCOTT. -In losing re membrane, of Riehel Sinclair
hy her losing friend-, Mr and Mis. J Lawrence, St-
STACK. - In sar] but lounir memory of my deir wife
STACK. -In Mil but lonna; minion of our dear mother,
WILLIAMS. -In loving nicniory of my dear father,
WILLIAMS. -In loi iii» minion of Fdward Williams,
WRIGHT. -In loilii"» inemon of our deir danghtcr
lu tile pride of lier wonuiihooii dava
Mr J C McINTOSH aid lAMILi, ol 'elrose, Mar
lo further thank Dr llaimlt in Marshall, Rev Mr
Mrs JAMES BELL, of Brayy street Marrickville,
of Braeside Prevale Hospital, Stanmore; Dr M
Fitzgerald,Erskineville Rdl, Mr J Mackey and the
Sir md Mrs I PARKINSON, sen and PAWL!, of
lather Hale in and Dr lee of Bin wood for theil
mriit in the loss ot our dear son and brother, Ind
1 IH RS of Hie late J \MFS Bl LL desire lo return
Mr anl Mrs P. J. LEE ano lAMHiY of ii
Mr und Mrs BRISCOE anti I A Mil«!, of 72 faophia
longue« ¡Ile desire to leturn Til INKS lo their
Mr anl Mrs THOMAS HASWELL, »nd I *.\U"\, o(
tele"rams curds in I floral tributes ¡n the loss of i
Mr II S SAVAGE. and 1 AM1_Y dcsiio to return
Mrs RENOUF and lAMII.Y, of lulictt street Marrick I
Mr HERBERT W. S. REDFERN desires gratefully to
Mr and Mrs. HOGARTH and I 1MII1 wish lo return
Mr anti Mrs JOHN LAUNDY and I illili, of Car
Urs 11 WILLIAM HOWARD and Mr and Mrs 10S1 PH
Mr und Mrs R. WALKDEN BROWN and TAMllA
Mrs H. WITHERIDGE and IAM1TA, of Slaffordvlllo,
of bjinpathj letters and cards especially Dr Gra
itr and Mrs I It WARD and IAM1I1 ihslre to re
llr and Mrs BLYTHE und PAMII1, of Broadford
0 Keefe and the mitron und stuff oí St Ceorf,o Cot
BEGG.—March 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Colin E Begg
to Mr. -ind lira A S Cohen-a daughter (Frances
CONNIE.—March 24, at The Bungalow, Nurse o'Neill's
Connie, Point-road, Northwood.—a son (John Bruce).
Crojdon, to Mr. and Mrs. G B Crawford-ii daughtir
private hospital, Clntswood to Mr. nul Mr» \\.
HAYTER.—April 1, at Cooinda Private Hospital, Neu-
tral Bay, to Mr. and Mrs. K. Clive Hayter—a son/
JARVIS.—March 20, at Gorian \ale, Il-impden road,
Abbotsford, the wife of Mr. S O A Jarvis-o eon
LEWIS.—March 3, 1(115, at Pipitea Pall, Newcastle
MARTIN.—M ireh 5 at Carritlioo], Denham street,
Bondi, to Mr. and Mrs. Rupert C Martin-a daugh
Mr. and Mrs. Ired A Mashman-a ton
MULHOLLAND.—March 28, at Reefton, St. James'
road, Waverley, the wife of G. A. Mulholland.—a
Mr. and Mrs. 1 rank N D Nicholls-i son
O'BRIEN.—March 2S, the wife of Thomas O Brien, oi
ton Private Hospital, kogarah, to Mr. and Mis L
and Mrs. T A. Hacketts--a son (Alva Noel) Pie
SMITH.— M ireh 30, at Marsden, Iredale street. New
land, to Mr. and Mre A lamsolt-* son (Walter
TAYLOR.—Maich 24 at Nurse Pages Prlv itc Hospi
Mr. and Mr» ï 11 Taylor, 210 West street North
VAUGHAN (nee Gladys Ellsmore).—March 23 at Nurse,
Mrs. Innis Vaughan, Lord street, Roseville.—a son,
WEBSTER.—March Ü5 at Clover street, Mosman, to
Mr. ind Mrs. M O Webster-a d-lighter
rill Clcbc, to Mr. and Mrs. II S Wilbania-a
WILSON.—March 31, at Cambewarra Pnvite Hospl
til Kitoomba to Mr. and Mrs. G \ Wilson, ol
BEBB-McLAUGHLIN.—I eliruary 10, at St. Tauls
Church, Redfern, bv the Rev. H 1 Noble lohn
BISHOP-BEECH.—March 27. at St, Stephen's, New
town bv the Rev. 11 Be-,bic, Wînifrcd Nellie daugh
ter of Mrs. C Beech, of Nottin"liam to Mr. Mil
CLAYDON.—NORTON.—February 11 lol», at St.
W ntworth Shell Is Io-=oph Henri son of Mr. ind
Mar-one M in eldi*t daughter of "Mr. mil Mrs
COOPER-STUART.—SJOBERG.—Mirch 27, lill, at
Christ Church St. Iiurcnco, Svdncv, bl the Rev
<J M Statlnm, Hu-li, only soi of Mr. an 1 Mi-«
Mu, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
CURTIS.—WHITING.. -lebruary 11 1915 it Our I nely
Musgrave, William Robert, fifth son of Mr. and Mrs
of Mr. and Mrs. li 1 Whiting, of Chitswoud
HARRISON.—JONES. -Febnnrv 20 it SLicSeil Mein
onal Presbvtenan C'liirch, bj Rev. 1 MoiBan, Lva
Webster, elder dilighter of Mr. ind Ms W I
pon of Mr. and Mrs. J W Hirri*on Waverley \t
West, Guy Bloomlicid, second son of Mr. and Mrs. j
Bonnie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo T Hindmarsh
HINDMARSH~SAUNDERS.—February 20th, at the
MITCHELL -JOHNSON.—February 8, 1915, at the residence
NORTH.—MANLY -Fcbniarv 27 19], it St. ThilipN
Church, Waratah, bl the Rev. I C 1 Mather,
Mwird Dudley, second son of Mr. ind Mrs. O 1
Clire, vounftcst daughter of Mr. and Mr-- W Mr. ade,
Mrs. Robertso,n Lochnagar Lodge, Ilford Essex,
STANLEY.—PARNE. -Mardi 30, it St. lohnla Cliurch,
Bilnnin, by the Rev. Manning George Stanley to
TAIT.—WILLARD-March Ki 1915 at the Parsonage
Newtown, hy the Rei J W Holden IJhomis Mil
lum, eldest son of Mr. anil Mr, Tait, of M imek
ville, to lw Mice voungest daughter oi Mr. and
Mrs. A H Willird, of New town.
TAMLYN.—WHITE. -Mirch 0 191 i, it the Biptiht
( liurch Jjslivood by Rev. 11 Ii Childs, I iiircnee,
pm of Mr. t limlyn, <f Svv nisei, Smith Wales, to
Ollie dmghtcr of Mr. and Mrs. II h. While, Last
TERRY.—ARMSTRONG- 1 ehriury 20 1015 it Iman
eldest on at the lite lohn Terry (ml Mrs. lern,
I ive in Schofield md Mrs. ixlic/llcld of Haberfield
WORTHINGTON.—TAYLOR.—I ehre/lry 0, 1915, at St
I Is ledfern, hy the Rev. Hiurv I Noble Wil
) i oh son of Mr. mid M/s Amos Worthington,
A e! lest duighUr of Mr. irnd Mrs. Chirles lay loi,
YUILE.—COLLIE.—lebruan -'/, 1110 at St. Andrew'*
li litcniiiChuic.il 1'irniiulta by the Rev. John
J ltir-on, assisted by thr Rev. C » Whiti, ol
A ii urn, lohn, eldest son of the late Mr. William
julie md Mrs. Juill of ( Tinville to Stilh Mu
fo nth ii iuf,h.er oi the if ile Mr. R A. Collie and
Mrs. e ollie, of linns V irk
MILLS.—BERRY.—/pnl 3, 16(15, at the pnrish rburch
Mil« second it m of thr htc Mr. md Vrs Willum
BLAIN.— April 2, 1915, at 14 Queen-street, Ashfield,
BRAMHALL.—\prll 2 it liersleigh, Addison roid,
1 i ition Wunen, beloved mother of W Bram
rb i htc oi Mr. and Mn \\ liter Creek, of Burton
HALBERT.—On March 29, George Francis Halbert, of
JAMES. i, ,,l 2 1915, at St. George's Hospital.
JOHNSON-ENMARK.—April 1, 1915, at her late resi-
LEES.—March 15, at his residence, Harewood, 179
LLEWELLYN.— \pr I 2 191a, at her rtsidcnci, Stone
RULE.—April 2, 1915, at Sydney Hospital, William
«id ilnr. i» Î ,lc,rIj bdmtd ,",ü 0,,,y son of Henri
SCOTT..)Í_ír^tri,M1 \ m\ ?l his htc ?'«i'.once. IOS Tra
stitt ?iVpr," ]' ?' JI°»tr"l. Camdn. linihm
BEARD. ^rViIm!n?, trib,Uo *° thc memory of our dear
dukira, ' rorS°Uen *>.)lir 1<»1'"_
Suit so,, B!< A,pr," ,*. mt Inscrtel1 b5 hi/louoR
And J will pee mi tktr wifes fire.
And when my carthli d-ivi are Fncnt
BURKE.—In sad and la« mp; memor of mv riirliiic
BURKE.—In loiintr remembrance of our darling sister,
But the irraic tint contains you is sacred to me
BURKE.—In sad and loung memoir of our diughterln
BURRIDGE.—In lo\in~ memorj of mr dear lnislintl
CAMPBELL.—In sad but loung momon of mj dear
CAMPBELL.—In sad but lounf momon of our dear
CAMPBELL.—In fon 1 anti lo\ing memory of mi dear
CAMPBELL.—In sad but loving mtmorv of our
life April 4, 1112, aged i12 j cars
CHRISTIE.—-In loung memor« of mi deir wife ind
CLEMENTS.—In sad but loung memory of our deir
COSTELLO.—In loung memory of mv deir husband
COSTELLO.—In loung mernoo of nu deir fither
FAGAN.—A tribute of tr-erlasting love ind sweet re
I nutifiol before the tliione of Cod
Ainoll who dud Atinl J IK» igt I 18 icirs At
FAHEY.—In loiing memorj of our deir father and
FORDHAM.—In loutit, memory of our deir mottW
Mho ilepirtel lint life ilareh.—>, 1114
GILCHRIST.—In loung memorj of mj drir mother
GILMORE.—In loung memori of our dtir fither
GOUGH.—In sitl anl lovnijf mt-mn-i of mi wife
No 'ticntl on tlits cirth the jon to fini,
GOUGH.—In sid and ln\m" inemiri of mv deir
HALLORAN.—In el cr loi in,' memori of our dmr sister
HALLORAN-In loiing inemon of our dear mother.
HALLORAN.—In over loving memorv of my deir auntie
Mrs. J Howlett abo ne) hew, arthur Howlett
HALLORAN.—In los lug memory of Mrs. J. Halloran,
Inserted by lier losing friends, Mrs. and Jack Palmer
HIRST- \ token of loie lo the memorv of our
HUGHES.—In ]oiii\g memory of our deir daughter and
IBBERSON.—In sad but losing mcinors of our darliig
KENWAY.—In loung memorv of our deir son and
MACFARLANE.—In loung memory of our dear sister
I lil! Inserte 1 by Mr. and Mr* Shirr; and family,
MORGAN-BROOKER.—In loving memory of my dear
PARKER.—In loving memory of any deir mother, who
PIKE.—A tribute of love md respect ti our dear uncle
< e-oige Mattie», dit 1 1 iiiuory 18 Jill, aged U
ROWSWELL.—In loung remenil ranee of mv darling
April ! D14, ¿-.ed.—nar* and 2 months.
ROWSWELL.—In loving remembrance of our darling
SCHOLES.—In loung remembrance of my brother
SCOTT.—In losing re membrane, of Riehel Sinclair
hy her losing friend-, Mr. and Mis. J Lawrence, St-
STACK.—In sar] but lounir memory of my deir wife
STACK.—In Mil but lonna; minion of our dear mother,
WILLIAMS.—In loving nicniory of my dear father,
WILLIAMS.—In loi iii» minion of Fdward Williams,
WRIGHT.—In loilii"» inemon of our deir danghtcr
lu the pride of lier wonuiihooii dava
Mr. J C McINTOSH aid lAMILi, of 'elrose, Mar
lo further thank Dr. llaimlt in Marshall, Rev. Mr
Mrs. JAMES BELL, of Brayy street Marrickville,
Evans, of C. of E., St. Peters; Matron and Nurses
of Braeside Prevale Hospital, Stanmore; Dr. M
Fitzgerald,Erskineville Rdl, Mr. J Mackey and the
Sir md Mrs. I PARKINSON, sen and PAWL!, of
lather Hale in and Dr. lee of Bin wood for theil
mriit in the loss of our dear son and brother, Ind
1 IH RS of the late J \MFS Bl LL desire lo return
Mr. anl Mrs. P. J. LEE ano lAMHiY of ii
Mr. und Mrs. BRISCOE anti I A Mil«!, of 72 faophia
longue« iIle desire to leturn Til INKS lo their
Mr. anl Mrs. THOMAS HASWELL, »nd I *.\U"\, o(
tele"rams curds in I floral tributes in the loss of i
Mr. II S SAVAGE. and 1 AM1_Y dcsiio to return
Mrs. RENOUF and lAMII.Y, of lulictt street Marrick I
Mr. HERBERT W. S. REDFERN desires gratefully to
Mr. and Mrs. HOGARTH and I 1MII1 wish lo return
Mr. anti Mrs. JOHN LAUNDY and I illili, of Car
Urs 11 WILLIAM HOWARD and Mr. and Mrs. 10S1 PH
Mr. und Mrs. R. WALKDEN BROWN and TAMllA
Mrs. H. WITHERIDGE and IAM1TA, of Slaffordvlllo,
of bjinpathj letters and cards especially Dr. Gra
itr and Mrs. I It WARD and IAM1I1 ihslre to re
llr and Mrs. BLYTHE und PAMII1, of Broadford
0 Keefe and the mitron und stuff of St. Ceorf,o Cot
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 18 April 1914 [Issue No.23,798] page 18 2020-02-27 08:12 BERTIE. -April 12, at Alston, Cremorne, to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Bertie - a daughter.
BEVERIDGE.-February 13, at Nurse Neale's, Brisbane,
the wife of Harry Beveridge-a son.
BOTHAMLEY.--April 14, at St. Arvan's, Double Bay, to
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bothamley-a daughter (Joyce
BROWN (nee Gertie Angus).-March 25, at Nurse Net-
Randwick-a son.
CONNOLLY.-April 6, at Drynane, Russell-street, Too-
M.B., Ch.M.-a son.
CONYERS.--April 10, at 10 Carlton-crescent, Summer
Hill, the wife of E. F. Conyers-a son (Frederick Fitz-
GALLAGHER (nee R0ss).--April 14, at Collins-street,
Dulwich Hill, to Mr. and Mrs .William P. Gallagher
-a son (James Walter). Grafton papers please copy.
GOLDBERG - April 11, at their residence, St Leon-
ards, Albert-street, Petersham, to Mr and Mrs Maur-
ice Goldberg - a daughter.
Gow.-On April 13, Frampton, Fletcher street,
F. Gow-a daughter.
GREIG.--ApriI 11, at High Lawn, Punchbowl-road, En-
field, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Greig-a son.
GRIFFITHS (nee Lil Burton).--On Good Friday, April
HAYTER (nee Grace Powys).--April 10, at Gowrie
Private Hospital,. Ashfield, the wife of Arthur J.
Hayter, of Imogen, Milton-street, Ashfield-a son.
HECKENBERG (nee Hylda Goddard).--March 2, 1914,
land, the wife of Claude Heckenberg-a son (Harold
JARVIS.-April 11, at Nowra, Mrs. A. B. Jarvis, of
KISKY (nee Myra Gray) -- At Corowa, Watson
Street, Bondi, to Mr. and Mrs. Kisky - a daughter
MARRON.-April 6, at Avoca, Darling-street, Kensing-
MARSDEN.--At Lister, on April 11, to Mr. and Mrs.
Garnet Marsden-a son.
McKENZIE.-April 4, at Nurse Sturrock's Prívale Hos-
McKenzie, Wellington, New Zealand-a daughter.
MICHELL.-April 1, at Molong, the wife of Dr. R. T.
Michell-a daughter.
MORRIS.-March 31, at their residence, No. 3 Angle-
sea-street, Bondi, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morris-a
MUSTON.--On April 12, 1914, at Glendower, Fuller's-
O'REILLY.--March 29, at Bladon, Rawson-street, Haber-
field, the wife of D. A. O'Reilly-a daughter (Joan
PASCOE.-March 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe, of
Paslin, Tweedmouth-avenue, Rosebery-a son (Rich-
PATON.-April 15, at Nurse Payne's private hospital,
Colo-a son.
RAWLINGS (nee Pietersen).--March 25, Sister Saun-
L. Rawlings-a son (Frederick William). Home papers
RYNG (nee May Aitz).-April 6, at Nurse Hender-
Waverley, the wife of John Ryng, of Paddington-a
SCHOFIELD.-April 13, at Warengesda, Premier-
SLOCOMBE.--March 29, at Nurse Hoctor's private hos-
-a son (Harold Dion).
SUTHERLAND.--March 25, at Pennant Hills-road,
Parramatta, the wife of N. E. Sutherland-a
SWAN (nee Fisher).--March 30, at Glenrock, Lucy-
THOMAS.-April 13, 1914, at Railway-parade, Arncliffe,
the wife of Harry B. Thomas-a daughter.
THOMPSON.-March 26, at Aspley, Holden-street, Ash-
field, to Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Thompson-a son (Ar-
TREHARNE (nee Effie Poppitt).--On Easter Sunday,
Point, the wife of Mr. H. Fred. Treharne-a son
TWIGG.-April 6, at Kinkourie, Burwood, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. Lennard Twigg, Dental Surgeon-a son.
WALL (nee Leonie Granger).-April 4, 1914, at Nurse
WHIDDON.-April 9, at Mornington, Edward-street,
Summer Hill, the wife of Charles Whiddon-a son.
WEISS (nee Merrick).--On April 6, 1914, at her resi-
A. Weiss-a daughter (Frieda Alice).
WHITWELL.- April 12, at Roxana, Sans Souci, the
wife of F. E. Whitwell-a daughter (Marjorie Es-
WILLMOTT.--March 28, 1914, at Fitzroy-street,
ABERNETHY-DOYLE.-March 7, 1914, at St. Ste-
BADGERY-DYE.-March 4, 1914, at St. Matthew's
combe-avenue, Haberfield, April 29, at 3.30.
FAWCETT--McFADDEN. -On Saturday, March 28, 1914,
FROST-MORGAN.-March 28, 1914, at Methodist
GLASSON-HAIGH.-March 18, 1914, at Overton Villa,
HACK - FAY. - March 2, at St. Clement's Church,
At Home, Weetala, Cameron-avenue, Artarmon, 29th
LAMB--GLASSON. -On March 19, 1914, at St. John's
MORGAN-SCHEY.-April 6, at All Saints' Church,
O'LEARY--HINES.-February 24, 1914, at St. Paul's
POOLE-DEVINE.-February 23, 1914, at St. Thomas'
RYAN--BLANCHARD.-March 24, 1914, at St. Stephen's
SHORTHOUSE-PONTIFEX.-April 4, at St. Thomas'
VAN PRAAG-WOOLF.-March 10, 1914, at the Great
BAILEY-NAPIER.-April 17, 1889, at Ryde, by the
MORRIS-CARTER.-April 18, 1889, at Hinxworth,
St. Heliers, Park-avenue, Drummoyne.
WEEKS-CROCKFORD.-April 17, 1889, at St. David's
BOWERS.--April 17, 1914, at Sydney, Melbourne
BRAY.-April 12, 1914, at his late residence, Hazel-
BROWN.--April 17, Mabel (Bab), beloved daughter of
BURNS.-April 16, 1914, at his late residence, Bonnie
Doon, Frampton-avenue, Marrickville, William Henry
CASHMAN. - April 11, at Grenfell, Russell-street, Wat-
COLLINS.-April 16, 1914, at Summer Hill, Arthur
GIDLEY.-April 17, at Children's Hospital, Camper-
GRAINGER.-At her residence, Ruapchu, Broughton-
HINCHY.--On Easter Sunday, at Wollongong, William
HOPE.--April 9, 1914, at his residence, Bruncker-road,
KELLY.--April 13, 1914, at his late residence, George-
LARMER.--Aprll 16, 1914, at Beauchief, Bellevue-road,
MASON.-April 17, 1914, at her late residence, 28
McBEAN.-April 12, 1914, Weemala, Agnes Fitzroy, wife
MORRIS.-April 6 at her residence, Richmond, Gar-
Birmingham, Eng.; and Qtr.-Master-Sergeant S.
PONTIFEX.-April 17, 1914, at her sisters' residence,
PONTIFEX.-April 17, 1914, at the residence of Mrs.
RIORDAN.-April 17, 1914, at her late residence, Tron-
TATE.--March 31, at his late residence, 61 Phillip-
WENHOLZ.--April 17, 1914, at St. Vincent's Hospital,
BONSFIELD.-In memory of my darling little daugh-
BONSFIELD.-In sad and cvcr-lovina memory of my
BONSFIELD.-In eier-loiuig memory of our darling
BONSFIELD.-In Bid but pver-loviiwr memory of my
BONSFIELD.-In evei-loung memory of our darling
April l8, 1012, nged 3 years.
BONSFIELD.-In fond memory of our darling little
«And nill until tho last.
BRISBANE.-In fondest memory of our dear daughter
BRISBANE.-In loving memory of our dear sister,
Mabelle Marion (Dot-, who died April l8, 1908. In-
BUCK.-In loving memory of iny dear wife, Isabella
BURNS.-In loving memory of my dear husband and
CARLIN.-In memory of our dear son and brother,
CARLIN".-In meinen" of my loi ing, nephew, John
Henry Carlin, who .departed this 'life April l8, 1012.
CARROLL.-In fond leinombniiico of my dear husband.
CARROLL.-Sacred lo lim memory of our dear father,
CARROLL.-A" tribute of love toHhe memory of our
CARROLL.-«A tiif'/iite"of love to the memory of our
CARROLL.-In loving memory' of our dear father and
CARROLL.-A tribute of everlasting love to the me-
Elizabeth Carroll, 11 ho died April l8, 1910, and Febru-
ary 3, 1S05. - \
CRANSTON.-In loving memory of nur dear mother,
June- Craiihtou, «ho departed this Hie April 10, 100».
FYlVl'..-In eurimble, memory of my door Filter.
GLENN in.»« MUK).-In loi ing niemuiv of our deal
vin« Ini.-i'i I In h.r hu in,," M«ti'l jnd biolhci lu-
GLENN.-In loving moinor}' of my dear siitcr, Violet
ïm-i 'Ä. T(ai5'' ,vlm ''«Parted tl'i» Ufe' April l8,
law, Alice und - AA'altcr, ulso Ernest and Ivy llich
GLENN.-In loving memory of dear Violet Glenn, who
departed tills life April l8, 1018. Best lu pcu-c. In-
GOLDSMITH.-in loving memory of my dear mother,
wife. Ellen, who departed this life April l8, 1907,
at New Zealand Hotel, AVillium-stroct, ¡Sydney.
GORDON.-In sad but loving memory of our dear
mother, who depatred this life April l8, 1907, at
GRAHAM.-In sad and loving memory of our., dear
GRAY.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Honora
GRAY.-In loving memory of our. dear mother, who
GREEN.-In ever-loving memory of AVilliam Green, of
rest April l8, 1013.
GRIGGS.-In ' sad but loving memory of our darling
little Herbie, who died «April l8, aged 5 inonthB.
HABENS.-In loving memory of my dear husband and
Inserted by his ever-loving wifo and two little
HALL.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary
HOGAN.-In sad but loving memory of my dearly be-
JOYCE.-In loving memory of my darling mother, who
departed tills Hie April 19, 1911.
JOYCE.-In loving memory of my darling mother, who
LEVY.-In loving remembrance of our dear sister,
LOEBEL.-In lorinft memory of my dear daughter, I
LYONS.-In loving memory of our dear father and
MASON.-In loving memory of our dear father, AVil-
MASON.-In fond and loving memory of bur darling
M'CLUSKY.-Sacred lo Hie memory of Alice, the
M'Clusky, who,died «April l8, 1009.
MCCLUSKY.-A tribute ol love to the memory of our
dearly beloved sistor, Alice, who died April l8,
McDOUG.ALL.-In loving remembrance of our dear
this life April l8, 1900, at «Auckland. Gone, but
M'LAUGIILIN.-In sail but ever-loving remembrance
Inserted by his loving wifo, Jane "'Laughlin, Eliza
MOIR.-In loving memory of my dearly beloved wife,
MOIR.-In loving memory of my dearly beloved mother,
'MOIR.-In loi ing memory of my dearly lovell mother,
MOIR.-In loving remembrance of »uridear mother,
11913, aged 40 yean. ",,'., ,,
copy. - , ' . .
MURPHY.-In sad" but loving memory of our be-
passed to the hlgber -life April l8, 1012.
NAPIER.-In loving memory of my dear mother,
Elizabeth May, who departed tills life April l8.
NUGENT.-In ever-loving remembrance of our darling
April l8, 1000. With Christ, which i.i far better.
' BeokiP. , m « ? - . < . " >.
AAtid tlilil life Apr« l8. 1-8. ' Inserted by
HOlilUlS.- In loiing memory nf our dear brother Jim,
STTtriiAVU'K.--In eiii-lniiiii; memory of our ''cir sis-
ter (Lottie) Chirlotte lsmi.-l, who died April IS, 1007,
lniln»: «¡«ter und l.iulhor-in-hi«', Amy und F. J.
TAYLOR.-lu loi lug memoiy of my dear wife mil our
dear mothci, Pcniimah Tay lol, who died April l8,
Jill«, aged I" ve-ai«. Iusriled by her lovl.ig bus-
WILSON.-In memory of my father, Hcniy AATlson,
BERTIE.—April 12, at Alston, Cremorne, to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Bertie—a daughter.
BEVERIDGE.—February 13, at Nurse Neale's, Brisbane,
the wife of Harry Beveridge—a son.
BOTHAMLEY.—April 14, at St. Arvan's, Double Bay, to
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bothamley—a daughter (Joyce
BROWN (nee Gertie Angus).—March 25, at Nurse Net-
Randwick—a son.
CONNOLLY.—April 6, at Drynane, Russell-street, Too-
M.B., Ch.M.—a son.
CONYERS.—April 10, at 10 Carlton-crescent, Summer
Hill, the wife of E. F. Conyers—a son (Frederick Fitz-
GALLAGHER (nee R0ss).—April 14, at Collins-street,
Dulwich Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gallagher
—a son (James Walter). Grafton papers please copy.
GOLDBERG.—April 11, at their residence, St. Leon-
ards, Albert-street, Petersham, to Mr. and Mrs. Maur-
ice Goldberg—a daughter.
Gow.—On April 13, Frampton, Fletcher street,
F. Gow—a daughter.
GREIG.—ApriI 11, at High Lawn, Punchbowl-road, En-
field, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Greig—a son.
GRIFFITHS (nee Lil Burton).—On Good Friday, April
HAYTER (nee Grace Powys).—April 10, at Gowrie
Private Hospital, Ashfield, the wife of Arthur J.
Hayter, of Imogen, Milton-street, Ashfield—a son.
HECKENBERG (nee Hylda Goddard).—March 2, 1914,
land, the wife of Claude Heckenberg—a son (Harold
JARVIS.—April 11, at Nowra, Mrs. A. B. Jarvis, of
KISKY (nee Myra Gray).—At Corowa, Watson
Street, Bondi, to Mr. and Mrs. Kisky—a daughter
MARRON.—April 6, at Avoca, Darling-street, Kensing-
MARSDEN.—At Lister, on April 11, to Mr. and Mrs.
Garnet Marsden—a son.
McKENZIE.—April 4, at Nurse Sturrock's Prívale Hos-
McKenzie, Wellington, New Zealand—a daughter.
MICHELL.—April 1, at Molong, the wife of Dr. R. T.
Michell—a daughter.
MORRIS.—March 31, at their residence, No. 3 Angle-
sea-street, Bondi, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morris—a
MUSTON.—On April 12, 1914, at Glendower, Fuller's-
O'REILLY.—March 29, at Bladon, Rawson-street, Haber-
field, the wife of D. A. O'Reilly—a daughter (Joan
PASCOE.—March 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe, of
Paslin, Tweedmouth—avenue, Rosebery—a son (Rich-
PATON.—April 15, at Nurse Payne's private hospital,
Colo—a son.
RAWLINGS (nee Pietersen).—March 25, Sister Saun-
L. Rawlings—a son (Frederick William). Home papers
RYNG (nee May Aitz).—April 6, at Nurse Hender-
Waverley, the wife of John Ryng, of Paddington—a
SCHOFIELD.—April 13, at Warengesda, Premier-
SLOCOMBE.—March 29, at Nurse Hoctor's private hos-
—a son (Harold Dion).
SUTHERLAND.—March 25, at Pennant Hills-road,
Parramatta, the wife of N. E. Sutherland—a
SWAN (nee Fisher).—March 30, at Glenrock, Lucy-
THOMAS.—April 13, 1914, at Railway-parade, Arncliffe,
the wife of Harry B. Thomas—a daughter.
THOMPSON.—March 26, at Aspley, Holden-street, Ash-
field, to Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Thompson—a son (Ar-
TREHARNE (nee Effie Poppitt).—On Easter Sunday,
Point, the wife of Mr. H. Fred. Treharne—a son
TWIGG.—April 6, at Kinkourie, Burwood, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. Lennard Twigg, Dental Surgeon—a son.
WALL (nee Leonie Granger).—April 4, 1914, at Nurse
WHIDDON.—April 9, at Mornington, Edward-street,
Summer Hill, the wife of Charles Whiddon—a son.
WEISS (nee Merrick).—On April 6, 1914, at her resi-
A. Weiss—a daughter (Frieda Alice).
WHITWELL.— April 12, at Roxana, Sans Souci, the
wife of F. E. Whitwell—a daughter (Marjorie Es-
WILLMOTT.—March 28, 1914, at Fitzroy-street,
ABERNETHY-DOYLE.—March 7, 1914, at St. Ste-
BADGERY-DYE.—March 4, 1914, at St. Matthew's
combe—avenue, Haberfield, April 29, at 3.30.
FAWCETT--McFADDEN.—On Saturday, March 28, 1914,
FROST-MORGAN.—March 28, 1914, at Methodist
GLASSON-HAIGH.—March 18, 1914, at Overton Villa,
HACK.—FAY.—March 2, at St. Clement's Church,
At Home, Weetala, Cameron—avenue, Artarmon, 29th
LAMB--GLASSON.—On March 19, 1914, at St. John's
MORGAN-SCHEY.—April 6, at All Saints' Church,
O'LEARY--HINES.—February 24, 1914, at St. Paul's
POOLE-DEVINE.—February 23, 1914, at St. Thomas'
RYAN--BLANCHARD.—March 24, 1914, at St. Stephen's
SHORTHOUSE-PONTIFEX.—April 4, at St. Thomas'
VAN PRAAG-WOOLF.—March 10, 1914, at the Great
BAILEY-NAPIER.—April 17, 1889, at Ryde, by the
MORRIS-CARTER.—April 18, 1889, at Hinxworth,
St. Heliers, Park—avenue, Drummoyne.
WEEKS-CROCKFORD.—April 17, 1889, at St. David's
BOWERS.—April 17, 1914, at Sydney, Melbourne
BRAY.—April 12, 1914, at his late residence, Hazel-
BROWN.—April 17, Mabel (Bab), beloved daughter of
BURNS.—April 16, 1914, at his late residence, Bonnie
Doon, Frampton—avenue, Marrickville, William Henry
CASHMAN.—April 11, at Grenfell, Russell-street, Wat-
COLLINS.—April 16, 1914, at Summer Hill, Arthur
GIDLEY.—April 17, at Children's Hospital, Camper-
GRAINGER.—At her residence, Ruapchu, Broughton-
HINCHY.—On Easter Sunday, at Wollongong, William
HOPE.—April 9, 1914, at his residence, Bruncker-road,
KELLY.—April 13, 1914, at his late residence, George-
LARMER.—Aprll 16, 1914, at Beauchief, Bellevue-road,
MASON.—April 17, 1914, at her late residence, 28
McBEAN.—April 12, 1914, Weemala, Agnes Fitzroy, wife
MORRIS.—April 6 at her residence, Richmond, Gar-
Birmingham, Eng.; and Qtr.—Master-Sergeant S.
PONTIFEX.—April 17, 1914, at her sisters' residence,
PONTIFEX.—April 17, 1914, at the residence of Mrs.
RIORDAN.—April 17, 1914, at her late residence, Tron-
TATE.—March 31, at his late residence, 61 Phillip-
WENHOLZ.—April 17, 1914, at St. Vincent's Hospital,
BONSFIELD.—In memory of my darling little daugh-
BONSFIELD.—In sad and cvcr-lovina memory of my
BONSFIELD.—In eier-loiuig memory of our darling
BONSFIELD.—In Bid but pver-loviiwr memory of my
BONSFIELD.—In evei-loung memory of our darling
April 18, 1012, nged 3 years.
BONSFIELD.—In fond memory of our darling little
«And nill until the last.
BRISBANE.—In fondest memory of our dear daughter
BRISBANE.—In loving memory of our dear sister,
Mabelle Marion (Dot-, who died April 18, 1908. In-
BUCK.—In loving memory of iny dear wife, Isabella
BURNS.—In loving memory of my dear husband and
CARLIN.—In memory of our dear son and brother,
CARLIN".—In meinen" of my loi ing, nephew, John
Henry Carlin, who .departed this 'life April 18, 1012.
CARROLL.—In fond leinombniiico of my dear husband.
CARROLL.—Sacred lo lim memory of our dear father,
CARROLL.—A" tribute of love toHhe memory of our
CARROLL.—«A tiif'/iite"of love to the memory of our
CARROLL.—In loving memory' of our dear father and
CARROLL.—A tribute of everlasting love to the me-
Elizabeth Carroll, 11 ho died April 18, 1910, and Febru-
ary 3, 1S05.—\
CRANSTON.—In loving memory of nur dear mother,
June- Craiihtou, «ho departed this the April 10, 100».
FYlVl'..—In eurimble, memory of my door Filter.
GLENN in.»« MUK).—In loi ing niemuiv of our deal
vin« Ini.—i'i I In h.r hu in,," M«ti'l jnd biolhci lu-
GLENN.—In loving moinor}' of my dear siitcr, Violet
ïm-i 'Ä. T(ai5'' ,vlm ''«Parted tl'i» Ufe' April 18,
law, Alice und.—AA'altcr, ulso Ernest and Ivy llich
GLENN.—In loving memory of dear Violet Glenn, who
departed tills life April 18, 1018. Best lu pcu-c. In-
GOLDSMITH.—in loving memory of my dear mother,
wife. Ellen, who departed this life April 18, 1907,
at New Zealand Hotel, AVillium-stroct, iSydney.
GORDON.—In sad but loving memory of our dear
mother, who depatred this life April 18, 1907, at
GRAHAM.—In sad and loving memory of our., dear
GRAY.—In loving memory of our dear mother, Honora
GRAY.—In loving memory of our. dear mother, who
GREEN.—In ever-loving memory of AVilliam Green, of
rest April 18, 1013.
GRIGGS.—In ' sad but loving memory of our darling
little Herbie, who died «April 18, aged 5 inonthB.
HABENS.—In loving memory of my dear husband and
Inserted by his ever-loving wife and two little
HALL.—In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary
HOGAN.—In sad but loving memory of my dearly be-
JOYCE.—In loving memory of my darling mother, who
departed tills the April 19, 1911.
JOYCE.—In loving memory of my darling mother, who
LEVY.—In loving remembrance of our dear sister,
LOEBEL.—In lorinft memory of my dear daughter, I
LYONS.—In loving memory of our dear father and
MASON.—In loving memory of our dear father, AVil-
MASON.—In fond and loving memory of bur darling
M'CLUSKY.—Sacred lo the memory of Alice, the
M'Clusky, who,died «April 18, 1009.
MCCLUSKY.—A tribute of love to the memory of our
dearly beloved sistor, Alice, who died April 18,
McDOUG.ALL.—In loving remembrance of our dear
this life April 18, 1900, at «Auckland. Gone, but
M'LAUGIILIN.—In sail but ever-loving remembrance
Inserted by his loving wife, Jane "'Laughlin, Eliza
MOIR.—In loving memory of my dearly beloved wife,
MOIR.—In loving memory of my dearly beloved mother,
'MOIR.—In loi ing memory of my dearly lovell mother,
MOIR.—In loving remembrance of »uridear mother,
11913, aged 40 yean. ,",'., ,,
copy.—, ' . .
MURPHY.—In sad" but loving memory of our be-
passed to the hlgber -life April 18, 1012.
NAPIER.—In loving memory of my dear mother,
Elizabeth May, who departed tills life April 18.
NUGENT.—In ever-loving remembrance of our darling
April 18, 1000. With Christ, which i.i far better.
' BeokiP. , m « ?.—. < . " >.
AAtid tlilil life Apr« 18. 1-8. ' Inserted by
HOlilUlS.— In loiing memory nf our dear brother Jim,
STTtriiAVU'K.—In eiii-lniiiii; memory of our ''cir sis-
ter (Lottie) Chirlotte lsmi.—l, who died April IS, 1007,
lniln»: «i«ter und l.iulhor-in-hi«', Amy und F. J.
TAYLOR.—lu loi lug memoiy of my dear wife mil our
dear mothci, Pcniimah Tay lol, who died April 18,
Jill«, aged I" ve—ai«. Iusriled by her lovl.ig bus-
WILSON.—In memory of my father, Hcniy AATlson,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Monday 13 April 1914 [Issue No.21,035] page 6 2020-02-27 08:10 ] .' .'.' SPEOIAL NOTTCE.
Annooocemaats ot Births, Marriijfea, and
' : BIRTHS. . .
phore, tie ? wife of Arohis M. Badger. Lyndoch
HAY.T-0n the T5th March, at St. Leonards
wifevof William H. Hoy, ot Bordertown,. 3.A.— i
LAKE— MctfeAN.-On the 12tb March, at Carri
viBa, Hie residence o! the bride's father, by the
DKES^LINES'.^On the Hth March, st AppOa
2- and 30.' ' ''; \
PEAKE— 3CHWARTZ.-On the 20th February,
(Arch).-«iird-oo of- Hon. A: H. andMis. Peake,
McWATERa— On the Sad April, at the Barn
8AKDERS.-0n the lffli April, at her Ksiaence.
BogbyvBagby street. College Fail, Maria.- Sinclair
Sandeas, relict ot the lite Geo. Snnfecs, in ter
6EARLE.-On the nth April, at Olenefe,
Isabella, .widow ot the late Rev. Frederick Searle,
JJBISB.GS.~- la. loviae memety ot my dca* and
cnlv dstn, Aane, who dltd -m the ]Sth ApriL
SPEOIAL NOTTCE.
Annooocemaats of Births, Marriijfea, and
BIRTHS.
BADGER (itee Nurse 'Woodroffe).—On the 0S-
phore, the ? wife of Arohis M. Badger. Lyndoch
HAY.—On the T5th March, at St. Leonards
wifevof William H. Hoy, of Bordertown,. 3.A.— i
LAKE—McLEAN.—On the 12tb March, at Carri
viBa, the residence o! the bride's father, by the
LINES—LINES.—On the Hth March, st AppOa
2- and 30.
PEAKE—SCHWARTZ.—On the 20th February,
(Arch).—«iird-oo of- Hon. A: H. andMis. Peake,
McWATERS.—On the Sad April, at the Burra
SANDERS.—On the lffli April, at her Ksiaence.
BogbyvBagby street. College Fail, Maria.— Sinclair
Sandeas, relict of the lite Geo. Snnfecs, in ter
SEARLE.—On the nth April, at Olenefe,
Isabella, widow of the late Rev. Frederick Searle,
LEYSHON.—In loviae memety of my dca* and
cnlv dstn, Anne, who dltd -m the ]Sth ApriL
COUNTRY NEWS. CASTLEMAINE, FRIDAY. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 23 February 1889 [Issue No.10,610] page 10 2020-02-27 07:51 OASTLEMAINE, Friday.
At tho mmo of tho Francis Ormond Co.,
Chewton, the surface improvements arc being
carried out expeditiously. Tho now poppet
heads havo boon erected, and noxt week the
task o putting the now winding plant and
NAGA51B1E, Friday.
unilcrminod at tho bank of tho Goulburn weir,
foil unexpectedly, and bailly crushed one
of the workmon, named J. Gleiirosc, injuring
liis spine and legs. Dr. R. G. Rciil recom
mended his removal to tho Alooroopna hos
the shop of Mr Samuel Jacobsen, stationer and
to be rung. They also awoke the inmates, Mrs
(Mr Jacobsen being from home), and other-
and tlio stock and furniture for £350.
At tho AYodonga fortnightly markot to-day
Messrs. Dougharty, Son and Barker held their
usual Bale, yarding and selling 1000 lioad of
cattle. Thore was a large attondanoo of buyers,
aud competition was brisk. The other agents
CASTLEMAINE, Friday.
At the mine of the Francis Ormond Co.,
Chewton, the surface improvements are being
carried out expeditiously. The new poppet
heads have been erected, and next week the
task of putting the new winding plant and
NAGAMBIE, Friday.
undermined at the bank of the Goulburn weir,
fell unexpectedly, and badlly crushed one
of the workmon, named J. Glenrose, injuring
his spine and legs. Dr. R. G. Reid recom-
mended his removal to the Mooroopna hos-
the shop of Mr. Samuel Jacobsen, stationer and
to be rung. They also awoke the inmates, Mrs.
(Mr. Jacobsen being from home), and other-
and the stock and furniture for £350.
At the Wodonga fortnightly market to-day
Messrs. Dougharty, Son and Parker held their
usual sale, yarding and selling 1000 head of
cattle. There was a large attendance of buyers,
and competition was brisk. The other agents
MARYBOROUGH. Friday (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 23 February 1889 [Issue No.46] page 4 2020-02-27 07:47 The news agency office of Mr S Jacobsen, Talbot,
was destroyed by fire, with all its contents, last night
insurance.
A voung mm named Gill, residing: at Timor was
thrown from a young home-last evening sustarni**.*
injuries from which he became unconscious *or
some time Ins condition wis regarded as critical, out
this evening he is reported to be recovering
A tramp giving the name of John Thompson en
tered the tailor's shop of Madder and Cos last
evening and earntd off anew Lock coat belong
ing to the journcymm. W Grant beeingth- coat
m Thompson's pos*e siort, Constable Williamsons
suspicions were aroused, and he arr»sted Dim, ulti
mately tracing the ownership of the coat
Typhoid fever and diphthena are still prevalent in
the district At the Hoard Of Health meeting
last evening', the health officer (Ur Mi ler) reported
fitahties _ _ . AnA
The news agency office of Mr S. Jacobsen, Talbot,
was destroyed by fire, with all its contents, last night.
A voung man named Gill, residing at Timot, was
thrown from a young home-last evening sustaining
injuries from which he became unconscious for
some time his condition was regarded as critical, but
this evening he is reported to be recovering.
A tramp giving the name of John Thompson en-
tered the tailor's shop of Madder and Co. last
evening and carried off a new frock coat belong-
ing to the journeyman, W. Grant. Seeing the coat
in Thompson's possesion, Constable Williamson's
suspicions were aroused, and he arrested him, ulti-
mately tracing the ownership of the coat.
Typhoid fever and diphtheria are still prevalent in
the district. At the Board Of Health meeting
last evening', the health officer (Dr Miller) reported
fatalities.

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