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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,699,370
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,132
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,152
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,804

5,699,370 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 23,354
July 2019 45,522
June 2019 43,542
May 2019 52,124
April 2019 47,583
March 2019 45,428
February 2019 42,085
January 2019 38,540
December 2018 40,655
November 2018 42,928
October 2018 54,064
September 2018 50,787
August 2018 44,081
July 2018 51,416
June 2018 46,164
May 2018 45,960
April 2018 45,038
March 2018 50,667
February 2018 49,235
January 2018 55,370
December 2017 40,548
November 2017 42,136
October 2017 45,552
September 2017 45,809
August 2017 49,381
July 2017 45,330
June 2017 44,067
May 2017 51,389
April 2017 51,318
March 2017 56,532
February 2017 61,216
January 2017 65,162
December 2016 45,385
November 2016 48,584
October 2016 60,112
September 2016 53,273
August 2016 46,300
July 2016 46,714
June 2016 41,736
May 2016 45,068
April 2016 45,133
March 2016 47,246
February 2016 40,516
January 2016 50,539
December 2015 47,628
November 2015 53,118
October 2015 52,259
September 2015 51,196
August 2015 54,070
July 2015 53,233
June 2015 35,083
May 2015 41,737
April 2015 51,946
March 2015 64,759
February 2015 46,993
January 2015 54,920
December 2014 59,108
November 2014 71,328
October 2014 72,644
September 2014 63,064
August 2014 53,529
July 2014 55,745
June 2014 54,260
May 2014 56,079
April 2014 48,047
March 2014 60,166
February 2014 61,348
January 2014 57,902
December 2013 57,210
November 2013 60,146
October 2013 52,494
September 2013 55,069
August 2013 59,983
July 2013 69,277
June 2013 63,156
May 2013 65,275
April 2013 62,426
March 2013 55,380
February 2013 76,096
January 2013 54,488
December 2012 43,891
November 2012 60,051
October 2012 61,706
September 2012 64,589
August 2012 72,377
July 2012 42,421
June 2012 27,912
May 2012 41,948
April 2012 35,654
March 2012 30,076
February 2012 48,784
January 2012 87,012
December 2011 81,171
November 2011 40,923
October 2011 65,188
September 2011 50,684
August 2011 58,418
July 2011 35,299
June 2011 47,361
May 2011 36,441
April 2011 34,146
March 2011 44,765
February 2011 34,198
January 2011 26,377
December 2010 32,650
November 2010 35,129
October 2010 31,352
September 2010 41,356
August 2010 37,031
July 2010 18,885
June 2010 15,908
May 2010 21,234
April 2010 10,541
March 2010 19,675
February 2010 36,122
January 2010 42,239
December 2009 21,244
November 2009 9,688
October 2009 15,337
September 2009 4,836

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,699,186
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,003
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,131
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,791

5,699,186 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 23,354
July 2019 45,522
June 2019 43,542
May 2019 52,124
April 2019 47,583
March 2019 45,428
February 2019 42,085
January 2019 38,540
December 2018 40,647
November 2018 42,928
October 2018 54,064
September 2018 50,787
August 2018 44,073
July 2018 51,416
June 2018 46,164
May 2018 45,845
April 2018 45,038
March 2018 50,667
February 2018 49,235
January 2018 55,370
December 2017 40,548
November 2017 42,136
October 2017 45,552
September 2017 45,809
August 2017 49,359
July 2017 45,330
June 2017 44,067
May 2017 51,389
April 2017 51,290
March 2017 56,532
February 2017 61,216
January 2017 65,162
December 2016 45,383
November 2016 48,584
October 2016 60,112
September 2016 53,273
August 2016 46,300
July 2016 46,714
June 2016 41,736
May 2016 45,068
April 2016 45,133
March 2016 47,245
February 2016 40,516
January 2016 50,539
December 2015 47,628
November 2015 53,118
October 2015 52,259
September 2015 51,196
August 2015 54,070
July 2015 53,233
June 2015 35,083
May 2015 41,737
April 2015 51,946
March 2015 64,759
February 2015 46,993
January 2015 54,920
December 2014 59,108
November 2014 71,328
October 2014 72,644
September 2014 63,064
August 2014 53,529
July 2014 55,745
June 2014 54,260
May 2014 56,079
April 2014 48,047
March 2014 60,166
February 2014 61,348
January 2014 57,902
December 2013 57,210
November 2013 60,146
October 2013 52,494
September 2013 55,069
August 2013 59,983
July 2013 69,277
June 2013 63,156
May 2013 65,275
April 2013 62,426
March 2013 55,380
February 2013 76,096
January 2013 54,488
December 2012 43,891
November 2012 60,051
October 2012 61,706
September 2012 64,589
August 2012 72,377
July 2012 42,421
June 2012 27,912
May 2012 41,948
April 2012 35,654
March 2012 30,076
February 2012 48,784
January 2012 87,012
December 2011 81,171
November 2011 40,923
October 2011 65,188
September 2011 50,684
August 2011 58,418
July 2011 35,299
June 2011 47,361
May 2011 36,441
April 2011 34,146
March 2011 44,765
February 2011 34,198
January 2011 26,377
December 2010 32,650
November 2010 35,129
October 2010 31,352
September 2010 41,356
August 2010 37,031
July 2010 18,885
June 2010 15,908
May 2010 21,234
April 2010 10,541
March 2010 19,675
February 2010 36,122
January 2010 42,239
December 2009 21,244
November 2009 9,688
October 2009 15,337
September 2009 4,836

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 299,678
2 PhilThomas 121,002
3 mickbrook 106,370
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 42,012
...
244 adeencowell 186
245 historyhound 186
246 ddeane 184
247 JohnWarren 184
248 ShunterSnell 182
249 skeys 180

184 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2018 8
August 2018 8
May 2018 115
August 2017 22
April 2017 28
December 2016 2
March 2016 1


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ALLEGED MURDER OF CHINA-MAN. Inquest Continued. SYDNEY, Tuesday. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Wednesday 26 September 1928 page 2 2019-08-19 07:19 ALLEGED KURDEK OF CHINA-
Uqstit fsrtwwd.
, SYDNEY, Tuesday.
At the adjourned Inauest Into the
death of the Uhlnaman, Ah Oo>, bsonard
Murphy said that he saw Oow freouently
np till the time of his death.
Sometimes Oow appeared very $ad.
Oow waa always thirsty; bis month
and lips were parched, and be constantly
aaked for liquid. On one occasion
witness thought Oow would .go
msd, and he was in (mat pain. He
called Mrs. Oow, who said abe thought
that Oow waa going off his bead. Witness
added that Oow frequently
sprang ont of bed to the Door. After
July 11, Oow appeared to crow very
weak. Witness had seen Trapman In
Cow's home, and hB waa then on the
night of Oow's death, but he was not
In the house when Oow died. Alter
the funeral, Trapman and tin. Oow
returned to Oow's home, with the
others, but he did not know an the
other people, who left, leaving . Mrs.
Oow and Trapman alone. ' •
Murphy, continuing, esld that Oow's
and called her endearing names, Mrs.
Gow also moke almllany to het husband,
and witness sever saw anything
to Indicate that Oow ill-treated his
administered medicine to flow three
doees of morphia, at the doctor's or-:
said that about two ysars ago, when
heard Oow say to Trapman, aenr.,
"Your eon la carrying on with
wife." Wltneisoald that there was a
Russell Willoughby, -another neighbour,
eald that from July 11, Oow became
weaker and weaker each night.
He said that Oow was a very heavy
,. spirit drinker. . „-- The Inquiry - was ad-
Journed until to-morrow,
„ , „
ALLEGED MURDER OF CHINA-
Inquest Continued.
SYDNEY, Tuesday.
At the adjourned inquest into the
death of the Chinaman, Ah Gow, Leon-
ard Murphy said that he saw Gow fre-
quently up till the time of his death.
Sometimes Gow appeared very bad.
Gow was always thirsty; his month
and lips were parched, and be con-
stantly asked for liquid. On one occa-
sion witness thought Gow would go
mad, and he was in great pain. He
called Mrs. Gow, who said she thought
that Gow waa going off his head. Wit-
ness added that Gow frequently
sprang out of bed to the floor. After
July 11, Gow appeared to grow very
weak. Witness had seen Trapman in
Gow's home, and he was there on the
night of Gow's death, but he was not
in the house when Gow died. After
the funeral, Trapman and Mrs. Gow
returned to Gow's home, with the
others, but he did not know all the
other people, who left, leaving Mrs.
Gow and Trapman alone.
Murphy, continuing, said that Gow's
ambitions were to give the children a
good education, to care for his old mo-
ther in China, and to look after his
and called her endearing names. Mrs.
Gow also spoke similarly to her hus-
band, and witness sever saw anything
to indicate that Gow ill-treated his
administered medicine to Gow three
doses of morphia, at the doctor's or-
said that about two years ago, when
saw Mr. and Mrs. Gow and Mr. and
Mrs. Trapman, talking in the street.
heard How say to Trapman, senr.,
"Your son is carrying on with my
wife." Witness said that there was a
big row, but she could not hear every-
Russell Willoughby, another neigh-
bour, said that from July 11, Gow be-
came weaker and weaker each night.
He said that Gow was a very heavy
spirit drinker. The Inquiry was ad-
journed until to-morrow.
WEDDING. ESDAILE—COOK. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 24 September 1928 page 2 2019-08-19 07:09 VETOING,
E6DAILE—COOK.
Miss Pearl Cook had her pretty wedding
frock of Ivory silk, Uered with
lace, and ber cut tulle veil, beld by
orange blossoms, formed a long train,
Her trio of youthful bridesmaidn.
Misses Mercla Cook and Mollic and
Ivy ISsdaile, Introduced a spring note
by tarrying sheaves of daffodils will]
white straw. Miss Cook is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook, of
Sale Street, Orange, and ber marriage
vrith Mr. Harry Esftalle, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Eadalle. of Manly,
was performed by Rev. S. A. Fergu
son, at SL Stephen's Church, oo September
IS. Tbe bride carried a choice
shower bouquet of awaet peaa, carnations
and hyacinths, and ber father
re her away. Mr. Cecil EsdaOe,
E Arthur Fuller and Mr. EmQ Brown
guesla at Romano's, where the reception
was bald. Her bat waa of bellibuntaL
and she carried a posy In
shaded red tones. Tht bridegroom's
mother gave odor to ber grey tailored
rait by holding a flora) posy of
Barbaras and daffodils. Tbe bride
travelling frock of beige and|
™n«l «e«mtte and lace, with a bat
to tone, and added a marmot coat
WEDDING.
ESDAILE—COOK.
Miss Pearl Cook had her pretty wed-
ding frock of ivory silk, tiered with
lace, and her cut tulle veil, held by
orange blossoms, formed a long train.
Her trio of youthful bridesmaids,
Misses Mercia Cook and Mollie and
Ivy Esdaile, introduced a spring note
by carrying sheaves of daffodils with
white straw. Miss Cook is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook, of
Sale Street, Orange, and her marriage
vrith Mr. Harry Esdaile, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Esdaile, of Manly,
was performed by Rev. S. A. Fergu-
son, at St. Stephen's Church, on Sep-
tember 15. The bride carried a choice
shower bouquet of sweet peas, carna-
tions and hyacinths, and her father
gave her away. Mr. Cecil Esdaile,
Mr. Arthur Fuller and Mr. Emil Brown
wearing a charming ensemble of beige
lace and georgette, received the
guests at Romano's, where the recep-
tion was held. Her hat was of balli-
buntal, and she carried a posy in
shaded red tones. The bridegroom's
mother gave color to her grey tail-
ored suit by holding a floral posy of
gerberas and daffodils. The bride
chose a travelling frock of beige and
carmel georgette and lace, with a hat
to tone, and added a marmot coat.
A Musical Wedding. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 24 September 1928 page 1 2019-08-19 06:58 Tom Durgc&F, t ho bridegroom at
S(. Stephen's, on Monday, was born
at Wagga. wbere the family lived for
Ur. and Mrs. Burgess, who have five
eons, are delighted to have a daughter.
The bride, Dr. Jean Healy. is very
nice looking, (ail and graceful, with
golden hair, tier wedding gown contained
eleven yardfl of white chiffon,
made over bridal satin, and haviug a
hem. The bodlcc bad a lace yoke,
very deep at tbe back, and not so
deep in the front. There was a matron
of honor. Mrs, P. Alston Grant,
and two bridesmaids. Miss Nell Healy
and L)r. Kathleen Winning, who wore
pink dresses, a very pretty compliment
to ibe tall graceful, white bride
(thank you). There wat* a medical
air about Uie bridal group, and doctors
and their wives always dress
Cliff end Neil Burgeaa and Dr. James
groom. M>s. llungerford, the bride's
mother, went out to the DurgesB
home, ID Vauclnse. standing In most
extensive grounds, for the reception
Tom Burgess, the bridegroom at
St. Stephen's, on Monday, was born
at Wagga, where the family lived for
Dr. and Mrs. Burgess, who have five
sons, are delighted to have a daughter.
The bride, Dr. Jean Healy, is very
nice looking, tall and graceful, with
golden hair. Her wedding gown con-
tained eleven yards of white chiffon,
made over bridal satin, and having a
hem. The bodice had a lace yoke,
very deep at the back, and not so
deep in the front. There was a mat-
ron of honor, Mrs. P. Alston Grant,
and two bridesmaids, Miss Nell Healy
and Dr. Kathleen Winning, who wore
pink dresses, a very pretty compli-
ment to the tall graceful, white bride
(thank you). There was a medical
air about the bridal group, and doc-
tors and their wives always dress
Cliff and Neil Burgess and Dr. James
groom. Mrs. Hungerford, the bride's
mother, went out to the Burgess'
home, in Vaucluse, standing in most
extensive grounds, for the reception.
A Quiet Wedding. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Saturday 15 September 1928 page 5 2019-08-19 06:52 A Quiet WaMtag-
Mlss Gila Wilkinson fl Tomtit, be
ime Mis. Charles Bamett about two
months ego. Hie ceremony was <juleily
performed at SL Michael's, -Vauduse,
from the home of -Mr. Frank
Best and his daughters. Ths happy
couple are now living In • "dear little
(Published in Satnrdar'i Spcutios Hllfan).
A Quiet Wedding.
Miss Gila Wilkinson, of Tumut, be-
came Mrs. Charles Barnett about two
months ago. The ceremony was quiet-
ly performed at St. Michael's, Vau-
cluse, from the home of Mr. Frank
Best and his daughters. The happy
couple are now living in a "dear little
(Published in Saturday's Sporting Edition).
Sydney’s Social Side Sheldon Gift Remembered. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Saturday 15 September 1928 page 3 2019-08-19 06:52 Miss Eila Wilkinson, of Tumut, be-
cluse, from the home of Mr. Prill,I
couple are now living ill a "d r :ir Hill,
Miss Gila Wilkinson, of Tumut, be-
cluse, from the home of Mr. Frank
couple are now living in a "dear little
A Baptist Wedding. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Saturday 15 September 1928 page 5 2019-08-19 06:48 Tlie first wedding lo take place la
e new Baptist Church. Auburn, will
be that of Mlas Grace Marie Wilson,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. D. Wilson,
or Parramatu. The bride has been
on the staff of Parramatu High
School. Mr. Thomas Northcote Pick
ard Is Ube bridegroom. of. V
Clesgb Black will officiate on So;
lember 21.
The first wedding to take place in
the new Baptist Church, Auburn, will
be that of Miss Grace Marie Wilson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wilson,
of Parramatta. The bride has been
on the staff of Parramatta High
School. Mr. Thomas Northcote Pick-
ard is the bridegroom. Rev. W.
Cleagh Black will officiate on Sep-
tember 21.
WEDDING. THORPE—WALKDEN BROWN. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 3 September 1928 page 1 2019-08-19 06:44 ?
Mips Miriam Walkden Brown's father.
Kcv. C. 1'. Walk den-Brown, officiated
at ber wedding with Mr. Allan Thorpe
the other day, ot the Homehush Methodic
Church. The bridegroom, who
16 well known (or his prowess at football.
its the only aon o( Captain and
Mrs. C. A. Thorpe, of Homehush. The
bride, who wae given away by Rcr. A.
P&rton. wore a frock of ivory crepe
de clrine. caught at one side wilh a
dlamepte buckle. Two Uce veils, lent
by Mrs. A. P. Barley and Mre. W. J.
Gale, fell from coronet of orange
blossom to fonu a train, and ber bouquet
of hyacinths and lilie? of
1 he valley. Mifs Lorna Walkden
Hrowu and Mlfis Molly Thorpe were
bridesmaids. They wore frock* ol
dawn pink and clel blue respectively,
and Lady Beuy hats, finished nuh
aide posies, to tone with their frocks
Their posies were of hyacinths an>J
carnations. Mr. \V. King was best
man. Mr. Gerald Kerhy groomsmen.
A reception *ai> held at the church
hall afteJ- the ceremony, where tbe
•ride's mother revived the guests.
She wore a frork of navy crue aatiu.
poey W»F in antnmn tints. Mrs. Thorpe
jumper salt, covered by a cloth coat
The new bride haa many friends
THORPE—WALKDEN BROWN.
An Orange flavor was presented when
Miss Miriam Walkden Brown's father,
Rev. C. P. Walkden-Brown, officiated
at her wedding with Mr. Allan Thorpe
the other day, of the Homebush Meth-
odist Church. The bridegroom, who
is well known for his prowess at foot-
ball, its the only son of Captain and
Mrs. C. A. Thorpe, of Homebush. The
bride, who was given away by Rev. A.
Parton, wore a frock of ivory crepe
de chine, caught at one side with a
diamente buckle. Two lace veils, lent
by Mrs. A. P. Harley and Mrs. W. J.
Gale, fell from a coronet of orange
blossom to form a train, and her bou-
quet of hyacinths and lilies of
the valley. Miss Lorna Walkden
Brown and Miss Molly Thorpe were
bridesmaids. They wore frocks of
dawn pink and ciel blue respectively,
and Lady Beuy hats, finished with
side posies, to tone with their frocks.
Their posies were of hyacinths and
carnations. Mr. W. King was best
man. Mr. Gerald Kerby groomsman.
A reception was held at the church
hall after the ceremony, where the
bride's mother received the guests.
She wore a frock of navy crepe satin,
poey was in autumn tints. Mrs. Thorpe
jumper suit, covered by a cloth coat
The new bride has many friends in
Orange, where, a few years ago, her
father was in charge of the Methodist
Church.
GOLDEN WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. S. Perry Homed. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Friday 31 August 1928 page 2 2019-08-19 06:20 GOLDEN WEDDING. '
Mr. ud Mn. S. f«j Homed.
"HUuneva," the home ot Mr. and
Mrs. &. Perry, was the acens of a
happy family gathering, en Tuesday
night, when the members ot their family
entertained them on the occasion
ot the 60th anniversary of ttjp wedding,
Mr, and lire. Perry were married
at Hudgee, on August 28, 18?6.
and Immediately after came to Orange,
whe* they hare resided ever
slnee. -On Tuesday night they werei
the recipients at many beautiful presents
from their family, the surviving
memebere ot which an: Stephen
(RoaevlUe), Reginald (Habertleld),
Roy (BowraO, Thomas (Orange), Mrs.
J. Bneeell (Bond!), Mrs. ATlUchardaon
(Dulwlch H1U), and Miss
The tables were beautifully decorsd
for the occasion with popples,
viands. A two-tier wedding cake occupied
pride or place on the table,
art, tbe color scheme being ia white
represent the number ot years that
the couple had been married, and u>
original flowerathai had graced their
wedding cake, surmounting all. "The
decorations ot tbe cake were the result
ot the efforts ot Mrs. W. Thompson
and Mies Perry.
An Illuminated address was presented
to Mr. and Mrs. Perry, congratulating
them on tbe attainment of the
golden anniversary ot their wedding,
would be spared to enjoy many moi
Mr. Perry first came -to Orange In
1177, when the principal means of
drays, and ft was no uncommon sight
to see dozens ot teams camped on the
vacant block on the comer or Lord's
Hall now elands. The Western end
of Orange was a small village In Itseu,
with Its own blacksmith, wheelwright
and saddlery ebons. The opening of
the railway waB followed by celebrations
that are still fresh in Mr. Perry 1 :
menrolk or the settlement sliced off
huge pieces ot beef as It waa required.
An active member ot the old
olunteer Corps, Mr. Perry was honred
by his comrades at a compllmen-
(sry dinner, and was presented with
" long service medal at a special parlong
I
ade In Robertson Park.
During Mr. and Mrs. Perry 1 .
residence In Orange, they have mail
cores or friends, who will Join In ej
ending their congratulations.
GOLDEN WEDDING.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Perry Honored.
"Hiluneva," the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Perry, was the scene of a
happy family gathering, on Tuesday
night, when the members of their fam-
ily entertained them on the occasion
of the 50th anniversary of their wed-
ding. Mr. and Mrs. Perry were mar-
ried at Mudgee, on August 28, 1878,
and immediately after came to Or-
ange, where they have resided ever
since. On Tuesday night they were
the recipients of many beautiful pre-
sents from their family, the surviving
members of which are: Stephen
(Roseville), Reginald (Haberfield),
Roy (Bowral), Thomas (Orange), Mrs.
J. Bussell (Bondi), Mrs. A. Richard-
son (Dulwich Hill), and Miss Ivy
The tables were beautifully decor-
ated for the occasion with poppies,
viands. A two-tier wedding cake oc-
cupied pride or place on the table,
art, the color scheme being in white
represent the number of years that
the couple had been married, and the
original flowers that had graced their
wedding cake, surmounting all. The
decorations of the cake were the result
of the efforts of Mrs. W. Thomp-
son and Mss Perry.
An illuminated address was present-
ed to Mr. and Mrs. Perry, congratulat-
ing them on the attainment of the
golden anniversary of their wedding,
would be spared to enjoy many more
Mr. Perry first came to Orange in
1877, when the principal means of
drays, and it was no uncommon sight
to see dozens of teams camped on the
vacant block on the corner or Lord's
Hall now stands. The Western end
of Orange was a small village in itself,
with its own blacksmith, wheelwright
and saddlery shops. The opening of
the railway was followed by celebra-
tions that are still fresh in Mr. Perry's
memory. The occasion called for some
special function, and a sports' day
was held, followed by a barbecue. A
whole bullock was roasted, and the
menrolk ofthe settlement sliced off
huge pieces of beef as it was re-
quired. An active member of the old
Volunteer Corps, Mr. Perry was hon-
ored by his comrades at a complimen-
tary dinner, and was presented with
a long service medal at a special par-
ade in Robertson Park.
During Mr. and Mrs. Perry's long
residence in Orange, they have made
scores or friends, who will join in ex-
tending their congratulations.
A Postponed Wedding. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 27 August 1928 page 1 2019-08-19 06:09 A Postponed Wadding.
A postponed weddtag^olring to
was that of MIBB Jatti IflcKajr lo Mr.
Leonard Cosfleld, ot th« Barm* Oil
Co. The wedding Conner is now tet
down (or September SO,' when MIBS
Mackay win travel ^kh her pareota,
•Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mackay (Warland
alatet, Sanbara, to Banna,
-e the jnarrlhfa ^rfU take plaoe
from the boose ®t-the hrlde'e annt,
Mrs- J. M. Tfcorfrpra, The party will
sail on the Ntam fieland.
A Postponed Wedding.
A postponed wedding—owing to
was that of Miss Jean McKay to Mr.
Leonard Cusfield, of the Burma Oil
Co. The wedding journey is now set
down for September 30, when Miss
Mackay will travel with her parens,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mackay (Wari-
alda) and sister, Barbara, to Burma,
where the marriage will take place
from the house of the bride's aunt,
Mrs. J. M. Thorburn. The party will
sail on the Nieuw Zealand.
WEDDING OF [?] MONTE. Scene of Wild Enthusiasm. SYDNEY, Thursday. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Friday 24 August 1928 page 5 2019-08-19 06:06 WEDDING OF T0T1 DAL MONTE.
Scene of Wild Enthmiiasm.
ot Totl del Monte and Blgnor De Mnro
Ldtnnnto, the well-known opera stars,
who were married at St. Maty'a Cathedral
to-day. Thousands of people
thronged the streets In the vicinity ot
the Cathedral and tbe park opposite,
while the church was filled 6y over
1000 people, who had received Invitations
to attend.
the car aa the couplw were leaving tbe
Cathedral, and stripped 11 of every
Sower and decoration. Women fell In
The police estimate that oyer 20,000
WEDDING OF TOTI DAL MONTE.
Scene of Wild Enthusiasm.
of Toti del Monte and Signor De Muro
Lomanto, the well-known opera stars,
who were married at St. Mary's Cathe-
dral to-day. Thousands of people
thronged the streets in the vicinity of
the Cathedral and the park opposite,
while the church was filled by over
4000 people, who had received invita-
tions to attend.
the car as the couple were leaving the
Cathedral, and stripped it of every
flower and decoration. Women fell in
front of the cars, and there were many
narrow escapes from injury.
The police estimate that over 20,000
people thronged the streets outside St.
Mary's, in their endeavour to gain a
glimpse of the bride and bridegroom.

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