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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,968
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,879
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,429

5,820,968 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 18,966
October 2019 41,806
September 2019 43,154
August 2019 41,026
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 5,820,766
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,858
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,416

5,820,766 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 18,966
October 2019 41,806
September 2019 43,136
August 2019 41,026
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 314,433
2 PhilThomas 134,002
3 mickbrook 110,749
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,280
...
239 artfrom2142 206
240 hindsight 203
241 AWMvolunteer1 202
242 JohnWarren 202
243 lionelkilner 202
244 Calliope2120 199

202 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 18
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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DEATH MARS WEDDING. NEWCASTLE. Sunday. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 21 November 1938 page 2 2019-11-14 13:12 puK and Mr. John Psraa^j^io
wan married at th* CstMIc
Church, Tlghs's Hill, last alflM.
tlon, which waa being bad at newcastle
West, la a motor car. one of
the doors «aw ««aa and John Gavin,
It. ef Maryvllls, and Ooreoo PbilHmbI.
totter d ibm brida. taD oat ot
Savin was ao baffly taJurjd thaJt he
died ea th* «ay to tb* hospital • Pbil-
Upnsl inu admitted to W l M W k t
suffering 1MB abradou aad «bock
Death marred the wedding cele-
brations of Miss Maria Philli-
puzu and Mr. John Perona, who
were married at the Catholic
Church, Tighe's Hill, last night.
While on their way to the recep-
tion, which was being held at New-
castle West, in a motor car, one of
the doors flew open and John Gavin,
11, of Maryville, and Goreno Philli-
puzi, brother of the bride, fell out of
the car.
Gavin was so badly injured that he
died on the way to the hospital. Phil-
lipuzi was admitted to the institution
suffering from abrasion and shock.
MR. CHARLES FREDERICK DOMARS. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Wednesday 7 December 1938 page 2 2019-11-14 13:07 The death occurred yesterday ain i
a long Illness, at the home of h'-
cousin, Mr. Charles w. Curran. ui
Mr. Charles Frederick Domar», at tin
age of 57 years. He accompanied Mi
Curran from Sydney when the latt, t
went down to assist In the organise
Hon of a horticultural display at a
big city store. Mr. Domara, who
born at Belgravia, was a boot n-
pslrer. learning the trade at BowenV
factory, whlcn wss estsbllshcd in
East Orange. He hss been for som<
time pursuing his vocation al Kingirord
after leaving Orange. Mr. Don:
ars is a single man, but is survlv, ,!
or whom reside In this district. Hie
and his remalna will be Interred in Unchurch
of England portion of the Or
Sons have charge of the murium;
The death occurred yesterday after
a long illness, at the home of is
cousin, Mr. Charles W. Curran, of
Mr. Charles Frederick Domars, at the
age of 57 years. He accompanied Mr.
Curran from Sydney when the latter
went down to assist in the organisa-
tion of a horticultural display at a
big city store. Mr. Domars, who was
born at Belgravia, was a boot re-
pairer, learning the trade at Bowen's
factory, which was established in
East Orange. He has been for some
time pursuing his vocation at Kings-
ford, after leaving Orange. Mr. Dom-
ars is a single man, but is survived
of whom reside in this district. His
and his remains will be interred in the
Church of England portion of the Or-
Sons have charge of the mortuary
OBITUARY. MR. H. A. ROTHERY. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Wednesday 7 December 1938 page 2 2019-11-14 13:04 Another link in the lomanti, I.
tory of the earliest uays ot this
irict has m i severed by th<' drat:.
01 Mr. Henry Altred Kotht-ry.
"Cllefden," Mandurama, at the "f <
ycais. Mr. Hothery nuOcuii
stroke on Wednesday last, and <11,
on Hunday nlgnt in the Carcoar !(->
pital. IK'ceaot'd s father, William '.:
xotoery, was one of the first ncttl,
to cross the Dlue Mountains Into > i -
then little known country south
ol Bathurst. the Jounuy being IH.KI
in the historic old coach wbi< h In
ured In the Cowra Jubilee l'ro< • >
•Ion, and slnUisr parades (Or.nuamong
them) In other parts oi n
Stale.
Mr. Rothery, sen., settled bet»,.:
Woodstock and Mandurama In Hiearly
thirties, and there establl»l>,
"Ciielden," to rear thereon a Ian,
family, the last surviving member ' •
which w as the deceased. When 11 <
properly ol over 14,001) acres waa mh.
in 1918 to wind up the cslatt'. M'
Harry Ilolhery bought the old hour
stead, wherein he was born, and <
considerable area
surrounding
r
There he raised the third generaiii i:
of seven daughters and two eone. Mi
ilolhery will be remembered best lot
the extreme youthtulness
that 11-
carried right to the time of his death
No matter how tough the going, H:u
ry Rothery never shed his mantle m
optimism.
Being a "bale (ellow wi ll
met," he made friends readily, end
iila death, will be «««retted over
a
very wide area.' Nothing gave him
greater pleasure than a remiuisccm
yarn concerning "the bad old day*
when Ben Hall and O'Malley
paid
viBlts to the homestead.
It was
M
lowing these depredations that
liara Rothery built a stockade from
where be could better hold off th<
unwelcome attentions of the but-h
rangers.
Tbe old wall
still stande.
or tbe tines,
mile at "Cllefden.
Ben Hall took two of tbe station'-
beat horses, and promised to reloan
them at Canowlndra.
He was tn„
IO his word, the horses arriving bai I-
a few days later. Asa youth, decia •
ed took a great Interest in sport, ami
was a prominent footrunner.
He wnkeenly
interested In local
govern
mcnt sffaira, and for about tbe lar'
10 years was a member of the Lyml
hurst Shire Council.
Mr. Rotlicn
was In particularly good health HUM
spirits right to the
time
of
hir
He devoted much of his time to
sadly miss one so vitally roncerne i
in the welfare of his loved om-*
Messrs Harry and Rex are son», uini
daughters are May, Gwen, Audriy
Lockett (Nanandera).
The remalna were laid to rest yt-rterday
afternoon. In the family CCMK
tery at "Cllefdeu," following a (•• i
vice conducted at the homestead ><>
Ilia Rev. Roberts (Carcosr) and tli•
Ven. Archdeacon Mlrrington (CUWIHI
Another link in the romantic his-
tory of the earliest days of this dis-
trict has been severed by the death
of Mr. Henry Alfred Rothery, of
"Cliefden," Mandurama, at the age of
76 years. Mr. Rothery suffered a
stroke on Wednesday last, and died
on Sunday night in the Carcoar Hos-
pital. Deceased's father, William
Rothery, was one of the first settlers
to cross the Blue Mountains into the
then little known country south west
of Bathurst, the journey being made
in the historic old coach which fig-
ured in the Cowra Jubilee Proces-
sion, and similar parades (Orange
among them) in other parts of the
State.
Mr. Rothery, sen., settled between
Woodstock and Mandurama in the
early thirties, and there established
"Cliefden," to rear thereon a large
family, the last surviving member of
which was the deceased. When the
properly of over 14,000 acres was sold
in 1919 to wind up the estate, Mr.
Harry Rothery bought the old home-
stead, wherein he was born, and a
considerable area surrounding it.
There he raised the third generation
of seven daughters and two sons. Mr.
Rothery will be remembered best for
the extreme youthfulness that he
carried right to the time of his death.
No matter how tough the going, Har-
ry Rothery never shed his mantle of
optimism.
optimism. Being a "hale fellow well
met," he made friends readily, and
his death will be regretted over a
very wide area. Nothing gave him
greater pleasure than a reminiscent
yarn concerning "the bad old days"
when Ben Hall and O'Malley paid
visits to the homestead. It was fol-
lowing these depredations that Wil-
liam Rothery built a stockade from
where he could better hold off the
unwelcome attentions of the bush-
rangers. The old wall still stands
of the tines. While at "Cliefden,"
Ben Hall took two of the station's
best horses, and promised to release
them at Canowindra. He was true
to his word, the horses arriving back
a few days later. As a youth, deceas-
ed took a great interest in sport, and
was a prominent footrunner. He was
keenly interested in local govern-
ment affairs, and for about the last
10 years was a member of the Lynd-
hurst Shire Council. Mr. Rothery
was in particularly good health and
spirits right to the time of his
He devoted much of his time to his
sadly miss one so vitally concerned
in the welfare of his loved ones
Messrs Harry and Rex are sons, and
daughters are May, Gwen, Audrey
Lockett (Narrandera).
The remains were laid to rest yes-
terday afternoon, in the family ceme-
tery at "Cliefden," following a ser-
vice conducted at the homestead by
the Rev. Roberts (Carcoar) and the
Ven. Archdeacon Mirrington (Cowra).
OBITUARY. MR. J. J. WALKER. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 21 November 1938 page 1 2019-11-14 12:50 OBITUARY:
l Iei|Uiciu mas.- was c.-icbrated at
Vincent's, Aslilidd, on Friday,
vember 11. Hir the repose of the
n.ul of Mr. John Joseph Walker, or
Mortdale. late .>1 Aslm.-ld and lit 1
ange, whose d.alli -.'a.- rcjiuned m
a Previous issue ol the "Leader."
Tile celebrant, the Itev. Fr. John I
llall. was an old s'hoolruate and'
Irlentl of the deceased The late Mr. i
Walker, who was 69 years of age, was I
a nativo of Araluen I.N.S Wj. Hu |
spent luary years of his early life
al Drange before settling in AshBeld.
wliere he was well-known In buslmas I
and a prominent member of ibe Burwoud
Bowling Club. He was a keen I
member of the St. Vincent de Paul I
society and a staunch and enlhuslas- j
supporter uf all functions con-
•ITUI Belhlebera Convent. The Intermont
took place at ibe Catholic c-
iiH-^rj-, Book wood, (be burial service
lieing ivad by the Rev. Fr. Ktenab. |
Theie wore many beautiful floral Uibut«-8,
a true iudicatlon of tbe esteem
' Uicb tbe deecaeed was held by
all hiB friends and associate». Th'
piiiiripaf mourners were Uie widow.
Mr*. Mi'Iena W'alker, and daughters.
Maiie. Nancyp and Margaret; Mr. Phil
Walker (brother) and Mrs. Walker.
Mr. stun Walker (brother) and Mra.
S Walker. Mrs. Nell Grlffln (Bister),
Mr. ChnR. Walker (ntpbew), Mr. Fred
L«abey <nephew) and «Mra. Lealuy.
Mis Mari» Dalton (niece). j
I
OBITUARY.
A requiem mass was celebrated at
St. Vincent's, Ashfield, on Friday,
November 11, for the repose of the
soul of Mr. John Joseph Walker, of
Mortdale, late of Ashfield and Or-
ange, whose death was reported in
a previous issue of the "Leader."
The celebrant, the Rev. Fr. John
Hall, was an old schoolmate and
friendof the deceased. The late Mr.
Walker, who was 59 years of age, was
a native of Araluen (N.S W.). He
spent many years of his early life
at Orange before settling in Ashfield,
where he was well-known in business
and a prominent member of the Bur-
wood Bowling Club. He was a keen
member of the St. Vincent de Paul
society and a staunch and enthusias-
tic supporter of all functions con-
nected with St. Vincent's (Ashfield),
and Bethlehem Convent. The inter-
ment took place at the Catholic ce-
metery, Rookwood, the burial service
being read by the Rev. Fr. Keenan.
There were many beautiful floral tri-
butes, a true indication of the esteem
in which the deceased was held by
all his friends and associates. The
principal mourners were the widow,
Mrs. Helena Walker, and daughters,
Marie, Nancye and Margaret; Mr. Phil
Walker (brother) and Mrs. Walker,
Mr. Stan Walker (brother) and Mrs.
S. Walker, Mrs. Nell Griffin (sister),
Mr. Chas. Walker (nephew), Mr. Fred
Leahey (nephew) and Mrs. Leahey,
Mrs. Maria Dalton (niece).
MANILDRA. Obituary. MR. E. McLEOD. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 21 November 1938 page 1 2019-11-14 12:42 ,,F I
Molnng and Orange, died suddenly in |
Dulilio on Thursday afier being lu
bad health for some years. Oecuas-
• d waa a son of the late Mr and
Mrs. Jack llnnsler. I'luueer residents
»f Hiu Eu.;liareenn district. Mos of
bis early life was spent tlaiicliter about that of
district
he lale Davl.l Williamson, of llromey.
and Mrs. Kllen Williamson, now ol
"on' Street. Orange. Hi» wife pi"
Ills sunt I
livlut are lie" e fMuml'ilI, Allan
l-Jrnie < Molotip I Dudley
(ManildraI,
.lauplllel
It. Ilobi'i
s. E. I'hllpolt, Mrs
Molongl and Mi
II I Manildra I.
Tlie
Ititeniieiit
nok place In the Church of Kniilandl
....ti....
\t..i,.itc, .... in c i i't v nn t-'i-idnv. i
Mr. G. Housler.
Mr. George Housler, formerly of
Molong and Orange, died suddenly in
Dubbo on Thursday after being in
bad health for some years. Deceas-
ed was a son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Housler, pioneer residents
of the Euchareena district. Most of
his early life was spent about that
district. He married a daughter of
the late David Williamson, of Bromey,
and Mrs. Ellen Williamson, now of
of Dora Street, Orange. His wife pre-
ceased him 18 years ago. His sons
living are George (Mumbil), Allan,
Ernie (Molong), Dudley (Manildra),
daughters are Mrs. E. Philpott, Mrs.
R. Robards (Molong) and Mrs. H.
Howell (Manildra). The interment
took place in the Church of England
portion of Molong cemetery on Friday.
The Rev. F. Bashford conducted the
service.
MANILDRA. Obituary. MR. E. McLEOD. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 21 November 1938 page 1 2019-11-14 12:34 (From Our Correapondant).
Ml. Ileglnald Krlc Mcl.eo.l. ag.-il IT.
«lio passed away in the Molnug Hospilul
after collapsing In the street
while on Ills way home tin Monday
las previously reported in then..
. iilumns). was a resilient nl Manildra
lor about S:l years, and caiiicil on a
saddlery business. Mosl ol liis early
IK,, was (pent In (innfell. IK inarried
Mias D. Hawkins, a member of
n well-known Garra lainily. who
survives him. There arc ton «ons.
Mervyn and Jack, and one daughter.
lluallier. A number of brethren
trom Lodge Mandagery, ol which
deceased waa a member, acted as pall
bearers at the funeral, as well as In
a Masonic service al the graveside,
Mr. Jack Mcleod, of West tt"\along, n
l.r.illier, and two sisters, -Mis. tl'Luughof
(Irenfell, and M _..
itrong, of Sidney, «ere present.'
(From Our Correspondent).
Mr. Reginald Eric McLeod, aged 47,
who passed away in the Molong Hos-
pital after collapsing in the street
while on his way home on Monday
(as previously reported in these
.columns), was a resident at Manildra
for about 23 years, and carried on a
saddlery business. Most of his early
life was spent in Grenfell. He mar-
ried Miss D. Hawkins, a member of
a well-known Garra family, who
survives him. There are two sons,
Mervyn and Jack, and one daughter,
Heather. A number of brethren
from Lodge Mandagery, of which
deceased was a member, acted as pall
bearers at the funeral, as well as in
a Masonic service at the graveside.
Mr. Jack Mcleod, of West Wyalong, a
brother, and two sisters, Mrs. O'Laugh-
lin, of Grenfell, and Mrs. R. L.
Armstrong, of Sydney, were present.
MILLTHORPE NEWS. Death. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Friday 18 November 1938 page 3 2019-11-14 12:29 wutborpenews.
(Prom Our Corrttpondent).
The death oi Mr. Victor Kvi
at Grenfell. on Tuesday
t the uçi- of 2d yeai>. aiter
long iUnes? of nearly three
— deceased _ was the eldest í
Mr. aod Mti N«l m Reid. He I
survived by brother Ben
one sister N^ll.
Mrts. R. llrid. of Millil>or]>e. ]> bih
prandmoth»-! ainl in h«-i ai)'! tn<- uiuliis
extended lb«> -yn)j'.iií;> m th-
Millthorpe HUÚ diPtnct |i ->'>i ',<
MILLTHORPE NEWS.
(From Our Correspondent).
The death of Mr. Victor Reed took
place at Grenfell, on Tuesday even-
ing, at the age of 26 years, after a
long illness of nearly three yrears.
Thr deceased was the eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Reid. He is also
survived by one brother Bert, and
one sister Nell, to mourn their loss.
Mrs. R. Reid, of Millthorpe, is his
grandmother and to her and his uncle
is extended the sympathy of the
Millthorpe and district people.
DEATH PACT. BOY ON MURDER CHARGE. Jury Fails to Agree. MELBOURNE, Thursday. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Friday 18 November 1938 page 4 2019-11-14 12:24 ?
J m j F A to Agne.
MELBOURNE, Thuradsy.
The atory of • M b
pact
waa related by tU
Crown
Pioeecutor in the Criminal
Court to-dajr wkm John Anderson,
If, waa dmrgnd with
the mui der of INM
Ihrisl
Bowden, It, at Cockatoo, fa
the Dssdawi
Rangaa
on
October •.
Anderson and the girl were keeplng
company (or some yean, but their
parenta refused to consent to their
entered Into a death pact to end their
""•Se^Sw? alleged that they went
the girl dead, but. overcome by his
action, be Informed the police.
ob the grounds of Insanity, tbe father
of the accused aaid that Anderaon
waa a truck on tbe head while at
ecbool and this aOected his mentality.
tried to poleon himself.
After a short retirement, the Jury
that It could not agree.
Mr. Justice Oavan.Duffy, however,
the Jury,, as, under law. It waa necessary
(Or them to remain In the Jury
room (or six hours, unless they arrived
at a verdict In the meantime.
DEATH PACT.
Jury Fails to Agree.
MELBOURNE, Thursday.
The story of a death pact
was related by the Crown
Prosecutor in the Criminal
Court to-day when John An-
derson, 19, was charged with
the murder of Irene Muriel
Bowden, 19, at Cockatoo, in
the Dandenong Ranges on
October 9.
Anderson and the girl were keeping
company for some years, but their
parents refused to consent to their
entered into a death pact to end their
lives together.
The Crown alleged that they went
the girl dead, but, overcome by his
action, he informed the police.
on the grounds of insanity, the father
of the accused said that Anderson
was struck on the head while at
school and this affected his mentality.
tried to poison himself.
After a short retirement, the jury
that it could not agree.
Mr. Justice Gavan Duffy, however,
the jury, as, under law, it was neces-
sary for them to remain in the jury
room for six hours, unless they ar-
rived at a verdict in the meantime.
MILLTHORPE NEWS. Death. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Wednesday 16 November 1938 page 6 2019-11-14 12:19 )
.Illli.it 1-- lm;- lrn-l iillirthei llvr
pjniir. I i i-.-lilellIb ll> the death of
I I.inn-I lligglns. si the age of
ears II'I liuthiind. Thonias I 11Bpre.ic..
iim-iI her In and a bull
f. Uf> rile lale Mrs. Illgglns
n ti.i111. .>t Suirey lEnglandl,
anil en em lie Almualla wfirn four
yi-aia "f rmiUiig nn to Orange
lllisn III; ;m l.iu;ni's ^wani|i) with her
|iari ms ' Ml ..lid Mrs. I'eler llasklns.
wh.i.- M. . i < nimiieil until married HI
.1 1 - \ ,-iirs. Her early iniir
;ih Client at Murga, but the
in i ;ii Mllltliorpe. She
liy n'\ en sons, Herbert
Kol,mil lUneenslaudl, Heg
11 vi. Arnold ll'eak llllll.
i l.idi .muI..-1. Harold Wooli
AihiiiiMnwn I, and two
Mir- West (Bainialii) and
;in lliL-gin^ I MlllthorpeI.
n>..l. a stroke on Monday
mui ilii-il early on Tuesday
Tli. luneial will take place
,u lie tu ilny.
Millthorpe has lost another of her
old pioneer residents by the death of
Adele Louise Higgins, at the age of
83 years. Her husband, Thomas Hig-
gins, predeceases her 10 and a half
years ago. The late Mrs. Higgins
was a native of Surrey (England),
and came to Australia when four
years of age, coming on to Orange
(then Blackman's Swamp) with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Higgins,
where she remained until married at
the age of 18 years. Her early mar-
ried life was spent at Murga, but the
greater part at Millthorpe. She is
survived by seven sons, Herbert
(Taree), Roland (Queensland), Reg
(Canterbury), Arnold (Peak Hill),
Stanley (Lidcombe), Harold (Woot-
ton) Ray (Adamstown), and two
daughters, Mrs. West (Balmain) and
Miss Lilian Higgins (Millthorpe). The
deceased took a stroke on Monday
evening and died early on Tuesday
morning. The funeral will take place
at Millthorpe to-day.
MANILDRA. Wedding. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Wednesday 16 November 1938 page 3 2019-11-14 12:03 and Mrs J. Evans, of Piper Street,
was united in marriage to Hector
mas Cassell, of "Lengah," manildra.
hounuel of while slical lilies. lie! <
•r O nice, was bridesmaid. in a
. _k of Pink crepe de i hine. anil
i
lioinpicl. Ivy and Patsy Hums. nieces.
were flower girls. Mi Aitliur
1
McLachlan was best man. The wedding
breakfast was held al the home
I
of the brides parents. Mrs. Evans, I
mother of the i'lnle. und Mrs. Cassell,
mother of llie bridegroom. received
the gueMs. The usual toasts
wele given and honored. The honeymoon
will be spent in Sydney, and
the future home will be at "I..-ligai!."
Manllilr
and Mrs. J. Evans, of Piper Street,
was united in marriage to Hector,
mas Cassell, of "Lengah," Manildra.
bouquet of white sheaf lilies. Her
sister, Grace, was bridesmaid, in a
frock of pink crepe de chine, and
bouquet. Ivy and Patsy Burns, nie-
ces, were flower girls. Mr. Arthur
McLachlan was best man. The wed-
ding breakfast was held at the home
of the brides parents. Mrs. Evans,
mother of the bride, and Mrs. Cas-
sell, mother of the bridegroom, re-
ceived the guets. The usual toasts
were given and honored. The honey-
moon will be spent in Sydney, and
the future home will be at "Lengah,"
Manildra.

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