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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,889,900
2 noelwoodhouse 3,954,410
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,139
5 Rhonda.M 3,278,989
...
428 garymilthorpe 117,909
429 suet54 117,628
430 Atwork5 116,890
431 Lavinia 116,799
432 focrc 116,601
433 BruceJN 115,985

116,799 line(s) corrected.

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December 2019 813
November 2019 10
September 2019 386
April 2019 97
February 2019 107
December 2018 391
October 2018 31
August 2018 88
July 2018 7
May 2018 435
February 2018 2,572
January 2018 140
December 2017 529
October 2017 271
July 2017 1,097
June 2017 191
May 2017 2
February 2017 853
January 2017 120
December 2016 636
October 2016 911
June 2016 3,891
May 2016 238
March 2016 753
February 2016 1,419
January 2016 24
December 2015 417
November 2015 1,304
October 2015 327
September 2015 1,620
August 2015 1,461
July 2015 2,571
June 2015 97
May 2015 266
April 2015 435
March 2015 1,040
February 2015 8,033
January 2015 1,020
December 2014 2,737
August 2014 740
July 2014 1,348
June 2014 2,364
May 2014 2,359
April 2014 2,455
March 2014 2,970
February 2014 137
January 2014 86
December 2013 2,374
November 2013 5,100
October 2013 3,313
September 2013 3,920
August 2013 1,192
July 2013 1,902
June 2013 2,479
May 2013 530
April 2013 311
March 2013 2,270
February 2013 1,694
January 2013 471
December 2012 11
October 2012 1
July 2012 176
June 2012 666
May 2012 2,310
April 2012 4,000
March 2012 5,102
February 2012 1,075
January 2012 101
December 2011 626
November 2011 438
October 2011 1,110
September 2011 3,950
August 2011 1,517
July 2011 5,572
June 2011 1,452
April 2011 81
January 2011 23
December 2010 111
November 2010 4,767
October 2010 1,329
September 2010 24
August 2010 929
July 2010 1,057
June 2010 2,324
May 2010 611
November 2009 1,172
October 2009 909

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,889,698
2 noelwoodhouse 3,954,410
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,113
5 Rhonda.M 3,278,976
...
426 suet54 117,628
427 Atwork5 116,890
428 focrc 116,601
429 Lavinia 116,495
430 BruceJN 115,985
431 Perry.Middlemiss 115,934

116,495 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 813
November 2019 10
September 2019 386
April 2019 97
February 2019 107
December 2018 391
October 2018 31
August 2018 88
July 2018 7
May 2018 435
February 2018 2,572
January 2018 140
December 2017 529
October 2017 271
July 2017 1,097
June 2017 191
May 2017 2
February 2017 853
January 2017 120
December 2016 636
October 2016 911
June 2016 3,587
May 2016 238
March 2016 753
February 2016 1,419
January 2016 24
December 2015 417
November 2015 1,304
October 2015 327
September 2015 1,620
August 2015 1,461
July 2015 2,571
June 2015 97
May 2015 266
April 2015 435
March 2015 1,040
February 2015 8,033
January 2015 1,020
December 2014 2,737
August 2014 740
July 2014 1,348
June 2014 2,364
May 2014 2,359
April 2014 2,455
March 2014 2,970
February 2014 137
January 2014 86
December 2013 2,374
November 2013 5,100
October 2013 3,313
September 2013 3,920
August 2013 1,192
July 2013 1,902
June 2013 2,479
May 2013 530
April 2013 311
March 2013 2,270
February 2013 1,694
January 2013 471
December 2012 11
October 2012 1
July 2012 176
June 2012 666
May 2012 2,310
April 2012 4,000
March 2012 5,102
February 2012 1,075
January 2012 101
December 2011 626
November 2011 438
October 2011 1,110
September 2011 3,950
August 2011 1,517
July 2011 5,572
June 2011 1,452
April 2011 81
January 2011 23
December 2010 111
November 2010 4,767
October 2010 1,329
September 2010 24
August 2010 929
July 2010 1,057
June 2010 2,324
May 2010 611
November 2009 1,172
October 2009 909

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 334,143
2 PhilThomas 140,138
3 GeoffMMutton 121,567
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
185 Antinova 306
186 cnelson 306
187 CoRkY97 306
188 Lavinia 304
189 murraymac57 300
190 lpcurley 299

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Advertising (Advertising), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Saturday 14 December 1929 [Issue No.29037] page 1 2019-12-29 00:37 WANTED. "
Sydney. "- . . - , . ... . /
TN THE SUPREME COURT OF4 NEW :
SOUTH -WALES, Probate . Jurisdiction.
—In the WILL of DEBBO JAMES TORY:
"late of Lawrence in the State of New
APPLICATION will be made after four
teen days from -, the publication hereof
that PROBATE -of -the - -last Will and
Testament of' the ahovenamed. deceased
may 'be .granted to JOHN, PARSONS the
Sole Executor 4n the . said Will name!.
ALL persons having .claims against the
estate of the said. deceased are /requested
aforesaid .fourteen:.- days;;.to /the . , ;mder- .
signed at whose office all notices' may . be.-,
served.— DAVID JOHN LOBBAN; Proc
tor for Executor,- A.M.P. "-Chambers; .'.Graf
ton. By his ' Agents, Clayton, Utz. and
Company, 280 Oasfclereagh street, .Sydney.
lost AND POUND.
T OST, Oval Shaped Gold' Bangle. 10/
tliorne. ' ' v
.FOR sALE.
WANTED.
Sydney.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW
SOUTH WALES, Probate Jurisdiction.
—In the WILL of DEBBO JAMES TORY
late of Lawrence in the State of New
APPLICATION will be made after four-
teen days from the publication hereof
that PROBATE of the last Will and
Testament of the abovenamed deceased
may be granted to JOHN PARSONS the
Sole Executor in the said Will named.
ALL persons having claims against the
estate of the said deceased are requested
aforesaid fourteen days to the under-
signed at whose office all notices may be
served.— DAVID JOHN LOBBAN; Proc-
tor for Executor, A.M.P. Chambers, Graf-
ton. By his Agents, Clayton, Utz. and
Company, 280 Castlereagh street, Sydney.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST, Oval Shaped Gold Bangle. 10/
thorne.
FOR SALE
Maclean Police Court. (Article), The Clarence River Advocate (NSW : 1898 - 1949), Friday 17 June 1898 [Issue No.2172] page 5 2019-12-29 00:14 Yestkhdav before tho P.M.
John Barber, on remand, was charged with hav
ing inflicted grievioua bodily harm on Jona Murley,
un fmliaii, at Palmer's Islnud on the 7'h instant.
Accused waa defended by Mt. T. McL. Lobban.
I ho Bench pointed out thnt if the evidence failed
to Bustaiu n aeriou8 charge, he could not reduce it to
one of commou aasault without going into tho evi
dence db novo, wliiln if the accused was cha-ged
nerioua one if tho evidence justified it,
The former charge waHthen withdrawn, and the
accused ohargeil with common assault.
Senior-Constable Brown dopoaod that aoveral of
prosecutor's countrymen called on him on the dato
named, and mado a complaint. He prooeeded to
Mr. Uoas'a atoro, wl-ore ho found prosecutor lying on
a hod moaning. From information reooivod, he
on n charge of inflicting griovioua bodily harm ou
Jena Murley. Accused said ' I'm sorry I did not
kill the b ? .' Told him he was foolish to talk
like that, as ho would be huug for it if ho killed
nim. Aocused replied ' A man can only dio onoe,'
and later on he aaid, 'If I'd had a hardwood stick
I'd havo slaughtered thorn all.' Did not know if
accused had been drinkiug. Ho appeared to have
been effected from Iosb of blood from n wound in bib
There being other oases arising out of this ofiair
it was agreed, after proaeoutor had given hia evi
dence, that the ovidenoo rolati&g to all the oaaea
uhould betaken at the one hearing.
Fro* tho evidunoo of proseoutor and his com
patriots, ,6 appeared that they (proseoutor, Tory
Uebbo.MahUDga, Duffeda, Kaledeen and Baoo) were
atrippiugcane on Mr. Roas'a farm, threo chains
toia tnetn to leave on worKing, jib pushed Tory
Accused then atruck Tory on tbe shoulder aud they
^11 left the field to go to Mr. Roaa As Bako wbb
getting through thefesce, accused struck him with
- cuiie atalk. He then attempted to strike Tory
witn tho atalk, and tho latter guarded himself with
» uane hook. He also attacked Duffeda, who de
luuded himetlf with the handle of the cane hook
tie then attempted to wre'Ch the hook from Tory,
iud iu the struggle accused wua atruck ou tho fore
neail with the implement. Accused then went to
Bratfield'a Bhop and asked for a stick, with whiuh
he followed the Indiana to Mr. Roaa's store, where
ho poked prosecutor in the pit of the stomach, a
blow from which he appeared to Buffer somewhat
seriously. He then attacked Mahuuga, and the
latter naing his cunuhook as a guard, tho accuaed'a
atick was broken upon ic. Auuused then oaught
Mahu/igu rouud the neck and ;j.ibbed him in the
cheat with a piece of the atick. (The piecoa produced
wero of a aoft pine batten.) The proaecntor, waa
put to bed, aud attended by Dr. Caldwell.
Dr. Caldwell depoeed to attending prosecutor on
the evening of the 7ch. There were no marka or
swelling at the pit of the atomach, but he tippeared
to be autfdriug from shock. If such a blow had
been given with sufhcicut violence it may have
found ;i contusion, aud a skill wound on the fore
head, such as would be caused by a blunt instru
ment,
James Hobs gavo evidence aa to what took plaoa
in tbe utore. Ho found proaecutor doubled up
aftor the affray, but he walked from tho store to
a Duck room.
Tde Indiana in cross-examination denied that
accused had aaked them for a hook of his that they
had, or that they had flrnt attached him.
Robert ThornG eorrnhnrAtprl him aTTidnnnn -,f « ?
_ — ? — ? — — —— - ? w-* w« &.»*ru .uii uiiucuuu ui urO'
vious witneaaea aa to what took placo in the store.
Indian u'ltueeaua, Jum; Murley, Tory Debbo, Mahon
ga, Bako and Duffeda. The latter could not give hia
evidunue in Knglish, and the services of an inter
the IudiaDa gave their evidence with great volub
ility, aud a readiness to reply to queationo beforo
thev wero asked. Their evidence waa also charac
terised by a remarkable similarity ia detail,
For the defence, Paniel Irons, who saw the firat
part of tho row, and Mra, Webb, who aaw some
thing of the disturbance in the sfcoro, wero called,
but their evidenae waa uot of much Importance.
Accused waa tbeu charged with assaulting Tory
Debbo, MahuDga, Bako and Duffeda. On the firat
with £1 Is professional costs, or two mouths im
prisoumeut. On each of tbo other four charges ho
was tiuud £1, with 0a lOd qosta of court in one
case and 4a lOd iu tho other three, and 10* Cd pro.
feBsioaal costs in each ; tbe flues to be accummla
tivc, with the alternative of 21 days in each caae.
Accused was allowed a day to pay the finoe, which,
with costa, totalled £10 4a 2d. The caao laBted
from 11 a m to 5.30 p. m-
Yesterday before the P.M.
John Barber, on remand, was charged with hav-
ing inflicted grievous bodily harm on Jens Murley,
an Indian, at Palmer's Island on the 7th instant.
Accused was defended by Mr. T. McL. Lobban.
The Bench pointed out that if the evidence failed
to sustain a serious charge, he could not reduce it to
one of common assault without going into the evi-
dence DE NOVO, while if the accused was charged
serious one if the evidence justified it,
The former charge was then withdrawn, and the
accused charged with common assault.
Senior Constable Brown deposed that several of
prosecutor's countrymen called on him on the date
named, and made a complaint. He proceeded to
Mr. Ross's store, where he found prosecutor lying on
a bed moaning. From information received, he
on a charge of inflicting grievious bodily harm on
Jena Murley. Accused said " I'm sorry I did not
kill the b____." Told him he was foolish to talk
like that, as he would be hung for it if he killed
him. Accused replied ' A man can only die once,'
and later on he said, 'If I'd had a hardwood stick
I'd have slaughtered them all.' Did not know if
accused had been drinking. He appeared to have
been effected from Ioss of blood from a wound in his
There being other cases arising out of this affair
it was agreed, after prosecutor had given his evi-
dence, that the evidence relating to all the cases
should be taken at the one hearing.
From the evidence of prosecutor and his com-
patriots, it appeared that they (prosecutor, Tory
Debbo, Mahunga, Duffeda, Kaledeen and Baco) were
stripping cane on Mr. Ross's farm, three chains
told them to leave off working. He pushed Tory
Accused then struck Tory on the shoulder and they
all left the field to go to Mr. Ross As Bako was
getting through the fence, accused struck him with
a cane stalk. He then attempted to strike Tory
with the stalk, and the latter guarded himself with
a cane hook. He also attacked Duffeda, who de-
fended himself with the handle of the cane hook
He then attempted to wrench the hook from Tory,
and in the struggle accused was struck on the fore-
head with the implement. Accused then went to
Bratfield's shop and asked for a stick, with which
he followed the Indians to Mr. Ross's store, where
he poked prosecutor in the pit of the stomach, a
blow from which he appeared to suffer somewhat
seriously. He then attacked Mahunga, and the
latter using his canehook as a guard, the accuded's
stick was broken upon it. Accused then caught
Mahunga round the neck and jabbed him in the
chest with a piece of the stick. (The pieces produced
were of a soft pine batten.) The prosecutor, was
put to bed, and attended by Dr. Caldwell.
Dr. Caldwell deposed to attending prosecutor on
the evening of the 7th. There were no marks or
swelling at the pit of the stomach, but he appeared
to be suffering from shock. If such a blow had
been given with sufficient violence it may have
found a contusion, and a skill wound on the fore-
head, such as would be caused by a blunt instru-
ment.
James Ross gave evidence as to what took place
in the store. He found prosecutor doubled up
after the affray, but he walked from the store to
a back room.
The Indians in cross-examination denied that
accused had asked them for a hook of his that they
had, or that they had first attached him.
Robert Thorne corroborated the evidence of pre-
vious witnesses as to what took place in the store.
Indian witnesses, Jens Murley, Tory Debbo, Mahon-
ga, Bako and Duffeda. The latter could not give his
evidence in English, and the services of an inter-
the Indians gave their evidence with great volub-
ility, and a readiness to reply to questions before
they were asked. Their evidence was also charac-
terised by a remarkable similarity in detail.
For the defence, Daniel Irons, who saw the first
part of the row, and Mrs, Webb, who saw some
thing of the disturbance in the store, were called,
but their evidence was not of much importance.
Accused was then charged with assaulting Tory
Debbo, Mahunga, Bako and Duffeda. On the first
with £1 Is professional costs, or two mouths im-
prisonment. On each of the other four charges he
was fined £1, with 6s 10d costs of court in one
case and 4s 10d in the other three, and 10s 6d pro-
fessional costs in each ; the fines to be accummla-
tive, with the alternative of 21 days in each case.
Accused was allowed a day to pay the fines, which,
with costs, totalled £10 4s 2d. The case lasted
from 11 a m to 5.30 p m.
What is a Gentleman ? (Article), The Clarence River Advocate (NSW : 1898 - 1949), Tuesday 11 January 1898 [Issue No.2128] page 4 2019-12-28 23:47 insist, aud that it varies with the times. Here
always attonds evon to tho choico of his amuse
ments. If at cards he will not play cribbago,
all-fours, or putt ; or iu sports of exorciso bo
' seon at skittles, leap-frog, football, crickot,
driving of coaches, etc. , for ho knows that such
an imitation of tho mannors of tho inob will in
delibly stamp him with vulgarity.' J.n another
of his letters to his son ho says, ' there aro
liberal auct ill-liboral ploasures, as well as liboral
and ill-liboral arts. Sottish drunkonuess, in—
sports such as fox chases, horso races, etc., aro
infinitely below tho honest and industrious pro
fessions of a tailor aud a shoemaker.' And yot
peoplo who call themselves gontloinon do most
of thoso things nowadays, and ovon thoss who
aro not gontlemon considor themselves such iu
consequeuco of doing somo of them. Botwoon
Lord (Jhestcrfield's idea and Lord Tonnyson's on
the subject, who is to deoido.
insist, and that it varies with the times. Here
always attends even to the choice of his amuse-
ments. If at cards he will not play cribbage,
all-fours, or putt ; or in sports of exercise be
seen at skittles, leap-frog, football, cricket,
driving of coaches, etc. , for he knows that such
an imitation of the manners of the snob will in-
delibly stamp him with vulgarity.' in another
of his letters to his son he says, ' there are
liberal and ill-liberal pleasures, as well as liberal
and ill-liberal arts. Sottish drunkenness, in—
sports such as fox chases, horse races, etc., are
infinitely below the honest and industrious pro-
fessions of a tailor and a shoemaker.' And yet
people who call themselves gentleman do most
of those things nowadays, and even those who
are not gentleman consider themselves such in
consequence of doing some of them. Between
Lord (Chesterfield's idea and Lord Tennyson's on
the subject, who is to decide.
What is a Gentleman ? (Article), The Clarence River Advocate (NSW : 1898 - 1949), Tuesday 11 January 1898 [Issue No.2128] page 4 2019-12-28 23:41 What is a gontloman ? ? It is a Tory old ques
tion, and has been answered ia vory differont
?ways, but it is clear that tho word at least has a
rotative ml not an absolute meaning as somo
insist, aud that it varies with tho times. Iloro
is what Lord Ohoslerlield says : — ' A gentloman
What is a gentleman ? It is a very old ques-
tion, and has been answered in very different
ways, but it is clear that the word at least has a
relative and not an absolute meaning as some
insist, aud that it varies with the times. Here
is what Lord Ohoslerlield says : — ' A gentleman
Football. MACLEAN v. HARWOOD. (Article), The Clarence River Advocate (NSW : 1898 - 1949), Tuesday 31 May 1898 [Issue No.2167] page 3 2019-12-28 23:39 ,'. The play was fairly fast, and quite in contrast
, with that of the 21st May. This improvement
?mhn in nnifn nf lmnnneRH- kfiDf: fchft nlav ormn
. rathor severely injured during the match and
Play then become interesting and waa very even,
free8 being awarded to both sides. From one
j Harwood and play transferred to Muolean terri
i tory. One of these passing rushes resulted in
| Shannon crossing the line for Harwood and a
! goal was kicked from tho try. Maclean's three
l quarters were not keeping their positions well
The play was fairly fast, and quite in contrast
with that of the 21st May. This improvement
who, in spite of lameness, kept the play open
rather severely injured during the match and
Play then become interesting and was very even,
frees being awarded to both sides. From one
Harwood and play transferred to Maclean territory.
One of these passing rushes resulted in
Shannon crossing the line for Harwood and a
goal was kicked from tho try. Maclean's three
quarters were not keeping their positions well
Fight with Indians. (Article), The Clarence River Advocate (NSW : 1898 - 1949), Friday 10 June 1898 [Issue No.2170] page 2 2019-12-28 23:37 A distuebanoe of a somewhat serious nature oc
number of Indiansjwere engaged stripping cane close
to the road on Mr, A. Ross's farm, when John
Barber, a sawyer and timbergotter residing at
stripping cano too cheaply, and bringing down
wages. Ho attacked tho Indians with a canestalk,
and they fled from tho field to tho road. Barber
a cane hook, inflicting a nasty gush in BarberV
head. Tbo latter then procured a stick and followed
the Indians to Mr. Boss's store, in which they had
sought refuge. Hero a lively meleh took place,
Barber attacking with tho stick and the Indians
defending themselves with cane hooks. One of. the
Indians was rendered irons be combat with a blow
of tho stick and did not recover consciousness for
several hours. 'During the row some breakable
goods in tho store were destroyed Barber was sub
brought up at ilia Maclean Police Court on Wednes
the police/accused was remanded for eight days, the
prosecutor being unable to attend. Bail was al
Tho bail was forthcoming. Mr. Lobban appeared
for accused. ? ,
A disturbance of a somewhat serious nature oc-
number of Indians were engaged stripping cane close
to the road on Mr. A. Ross's farm, when John
Barber, a sawyer and timbergetter residing at
stripping cane too cheaply, and bringing down
wages. He attacked the Indians with a canestalk,
and they fled from the field to the road. Barber
a cane hook, inflicting a nasty gush in Barber's
head. The latter then procured a stick and followed
the Indians to Mr. Ross's store, in which they had
sought refuge. Here a lively MELEE took place,
Barber attacking with the stick and the Indians
defending themselves with cane hooks. One of the
Indians was rendered HORS DE COMBAT with a blow
of the stick and did not recover consciousness for
several hours. During the row some breakable
goods in the store were destroyed Barber was sub-
brought up at the Maclean Police Court on Wednes-
the police, accused was remanded for eight days, the
prosecutor being unable to attend. Bail was al-
The bail was forthcoming. Mr. Lobban appeared
for accused.
Land Business. (Article), The Grafton Argus and Clarence River General Advertiser (NSW : 1874 - 1875; 1879 - 1882; 1888; 1892; 1899 - 1922), Monday 31 August 1903 [Issue No.3411] page 2 2019-12-28 23:28 Land Business. ,
: Tho following application was lodaod nt tho
Grsffam Lnnda OlHtje on Thuredky puhho-Jas.,
Tory,. Palmer's Island, '-'Sfn.,- boliig- portion 26,
parish of Yamba, within spnoinl area 30SU. De-
posit paid £3 44s fid, "survey fee £3 10s. ;
Holders of annual loasoa arp reminded that
ronts for the next year must bo paid not lator
than 30th Soptember noxfc, .
An area of 13-5) acres in ono portion, distant. 2i
miles from South Grafton, maximum area 1364
acres, minimum sroa 40 acroa, capital valno £1
16s per acre, has beon proclaimed a apocial area,
and .will bo available on 29th October.
The appeal of Ernest Connor, in' rcfercnco. to
tho appraissmont of a c.p.-.on tho Coldstriam, will
bo beard at tho Land Appeal Court on' September
17th. . ., . . ...
Land Business.
The following application was lodged at the
Grafton Lands Office on Thursday ;_ Dubbo Jas.
Tory, Palmer s Island, 29¾a., being portion 25,
parish of Yamba, within special area 30511. De-
posit paid £3 14s 5d, survey fee £3 10s.
Holders of annual lease are reminded that
rents for the next year must be paid not later
than 30th September next.
An area of 135½ acres in one portion, distant 2½
miles from South Grafton, maximum area 135½
acres, minimum area 40 acres, capital value £1
15s per acre, has been proclaimed a special area,
and will be available on 29th October.
The appeal of Ernest Connor, in reference to
the appraisement of a c.p.-.on the Coldstream, will
be beard at the Land Appeal Court on September
17th.
Land Business. (Article), Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915), Saturday 29 August 1903 page 4 2019-12-28 23:19 Tho, following? application! was : lodged at
thu ' Grafton Landa Olllco on Thursday i
Dubbo Ja«,, Tory, 'Palmer's Island,.. 20{a.,
being portion 25, parish of Yamba,..within
special área 80511.' Deposit paid £8 14s
nd,'survey'fop £8 lös. > . v
' Holders .'of annual leases oro reminded
The following application was lodged at
the Grafton Lands Office on Thursday :-
Dubbo Jas. Tory, Palmer's Island, 29¾a.,
being portion 25, parish of Yamba, within
special area 30511. Deposit paid £8 14s
5d, survey fee £8 10s.
Holders of annual leases are reminded
The appeal of Ernest Connor, in refer-
ence to the reappraisement of a c.p. on the
peal Court on September 17th.
Advertising (Advertising), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Saturday 22 October 1932 [Issue No.7552] page 1 2019-12-28 23:16 TN THE SUPREME COURT - OF NEW
SOUTH WALES, Probate' Jurisdic
State of- Ncw>South Walesa Market Gar
dener deceased.. APPLICATION will.' be
made after fourteen days from the publi
cation thereof that- letters of administration
with -the' lastv will and 'testament of the
abovenamed deceased annexed mav be
Dinah Symie conunonly known as Dinah
Sammy -.-lie' execurix: named in the- said
will having died: without having taken, out
probate- thereof AND all persons having"
deceased are required to forward" particu
lars thereof to-. the undersigned_within the
tors, 117 Pitt'-sreei, -Sydney. " t.
' PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE SUPREME COURT - OF NEW
SOUTH WALES, Probate Jurisdic-
State of New South Wales Market Gar-
dener deceased. APPLICATION will be
made after fourteen days from the publi-
cation thereof that letters of administration
with the last will and testament of the
abovenamed deceased annexed may be
Dinah Symie commonly known as Dinah
Sammy the execurix: named in the said
will having died without having taken out
probate thereof AND all persons having
deceased are required to forward particu-
lars thereof to the undersigned within the
tors, 117 Pitt'-sreei, -Sydney.
PUBLIC NOTICE
Family Notices (Family Notices), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Monday 8 December 1930 [Issue No.29317] page 4 2019-12-28 23:12 TOBY. — In loving memory of my dear
TORY. — In loving memory of my dear

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