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1 JohnWarren 6,133,497
2 noelwoodhouse 4,040,530
3 DonnaTelfer 3,562,108
4 Rhonda.M 3,551,622
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
336 coombe.id.au 161,271
337 cardol 160,796
338 murds5 160,283
339 SandraDianJoy 159,718
340 trevorgraham 158,625
341 johnnan 158,514

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May 2020 12
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February 2020 96
January 2020 106
December 2019 275
November 2019 92
October 2019 529
September 2019 17
August 2019 52
July 2019 138
June 2019 137
March 2019 488
February 2019 598
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December 2018 171
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July 2018 337
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August 2017 6
July 2017 20
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March 2017 12
January 2017 76
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February 2016 131
January 2016 206
December 2015 262
November 2015 148
October 2015 1,762
September 2015 8,288
August 2015 2,369
July 2015 605
June 2015 278
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April 2015 11,210
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December 2014 1,081
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July 2014 77
April 2014 12
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December 2012 2,899
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May 2012 7
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February 2012 1,852
January 2012 8,272
December 2011 15,241
November 2011 6,842
October 2011 4,840
September 2011 6,090
August 2011 4,618
July 2011 2,454
June 2011 4,012
May 2011 568
April 2011 440
March 2011 13
February 2011 796
January 2011 725
December 2010 3,757
November 2010 4,647
October 2010 3,373
September 2010 80
August 2010 5
June 2010 1,720
May 2010 187
April 2010 852
March 2010 1
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January 2010 4,239
December 2009 2,007
November 2009 9
October 2009 533
September 2009 616
August 2009 3,068
July 2009 8,502
June 2009 12,309
May 2009 2,068
April 2009 486

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1 JohnWarren 6,133,295
2 noelwoodhouse 4,040,530
3 DonnaTelfer 3,562,082
4 Rhonda.M 3,551,609
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
334 BruceJN 163,510
335 coombe.id.au 161,202
336 cardol 160,669
337 SandraDianJoy 159,718
338 trevorgraham 158,529
339 johnnan 158,506

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May 2020 12
April 2020 17
March 2020 674
February 2020 96
January 2020 106
December 2019 275
November 2019 92
October 2019 529
September 2019 17
August 2019 52
July 2019 138
June 2019 137
March 2019 488
February 2019 598
January 2019 680
December 2018 171
November 2018 18
October 2018 99
September 2018 113
August 2018 597
July 2018 337
June 2018 72
May 2018 27
April 2018 14
March 2018 31
February 2018 8
January 2018 11
December 2017 29
November 2017 37
October 2017 114
September 2017 49
August 2017 6
July 2017 20
May 2017 110
April 2017 32
March 2017 12
January 2017 76
December 2016 457
November 2016 1,046
October 2016 1,441
September 2016 66
August 2016 23
July 2016 38
June 2016 6
April 2016 78
March 2016 25
February 2016 131
January 2016 206
December 2015 262
November 2015 148
October 2015 1,762
September 2015 8,288
August 2015 2,369
July 2015 605
June 2015 278
May 2015 765
April 2015 11,210
March 2015 2,209
February 2015 2,840
January 2015 490
December 2014 1,081
November 2014 1,216
October 2014 982
September 2014 1,096
August 2014 1,080
July 2014 77
April 2014 12
February 2014 1
January 2014 21
August 2013 8
July 2013 24
May 2013 48
April 2013 83
March 2013 24
February 2013 35
December 2012 2,899
October 2012 134
September 2012 1,926
August 2012 49
July 2012 124
June 2012 48
May 2012 7
April 2012 965
March 2012 1,337
February 2012 1,852
January 2012 8,272
December 2011 15,241
November 2011 6,842
October 2011 4,840
September 2011 6,090
August 2011 4,618
July 2011 2,454
June 2011 4,012
May 2011 568
April 2011 440
March 2011 13
February 2011 796
January 2011 725
December 2010 3,757
November 2010 4,647
October 2010 3,373
September 2010 80
August 2010 5
June 2010 1,720
May 2010 187
April 2010 852
March 2010 1
February 2010 582
January 2010 4,239
December 2009 2,007
November 2009 9
October 2009 533
September 2009 616
August 2009 3,068
July 2009 8,502
June 2009 12,309
May 2009 2,068
April 2009 486

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Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 September 1926 [Issue No.24739] page 2 2020-05-28 03:49 •STILLER.—The friends of the late
111 Mrs Catherine Miller are respectfully
be interred in Uie Eastern Cemeteij.
The funeral will leave lier residence,
corner of Nicholas and Pakinpton
£™ets, ChilwelL THIS DAT (Bator
day. the 25tli September, 192G, at 4
P 'aLEX. MONRO. Funeral Director.
Phone 138G
MILLER.—The friends of the late
Mrs Catherine Miller are respectfully
be interred in the Eastern Cemetery.
The funeral will leave her residence,
corner of Nicholas and Pakington
streets, Chilwell THIS DAY,Saturday,
the 25th September, 1926, at 4 p.m.
ALEX. MONRO. Funeral Director.
Phone 1386
Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 September 1926 [Issue No.24739] page 2 2020-05-28 03:44 3926, at her residence, corner of
Nicholas and Pakington streets. Chilvell,
Catherine, -widow o£ the late
1926, at her residence, corner of
Nicholas and Pakington streets. Chilwell,
Catherine, widow of the late
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 30 September 1950 [Issue No.4320] page 18 2020-04-14 12:56 Mrs. C. V. Muloue. Dana.. Melody, and
vice commencing al 3.45 o'clock, for
Mrs. C. V. Malone, Dana, Melody, and
vice commencing at 3.45 o'clock, for
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 30 September 1950 [Issue No.4320] page 18 2020-04-14 12:50 Cheryl, of Brisbane Hood. Booval. Mrs.
K. M. Nurter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ferris,
und Murlu, are Invited to attend the
1'uneral of her beloved Husband, their
lulher. Son-in-law. Brother-in-law, and
2nd A.S.C., 2nd A. I. P.), lo leave the
Funerul Purlour. 45 Adelaide St., City.
vice commencing ul 3.45 o'clock, for
the Creinulorlum. Ml. Thompsun.
CANNON Si CRIPPS LTD., funerul
MALONE.— Relutlvei mid Friends ol
Mr. mid Mrs. N. W. Mtilone, of Mun
KulltUu, ure requested to attend the
I'Uuerul ul their Son und Brother, to
leuve us per ubove Notice.
Cheryl, of Brisbane Road, Booval. Mrs.
K. M. Norter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ferris,
and Maria, are Invited to attend the
funeral of her beloved Husband, their
Father, Son-in-law, Brother-in-law, and
2nd A.S.C., 2nd A. I. F.), to leave the
Funeral Parlour. 45 Adelaide St., City.
vice commencing al 3.45 o'clock, for
the Crematorium Mt. Thompson.
CANNON & CRIPPS LTD., Funeral
MALONE.— Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Malone, of
Mulgallala, are requested to attend the
Funeral of the Son and Brother to
leave us per above Notice.
OBITUARY Mr. A. Warner. (Article), The Dalby Herald (Qld. : 1910 - 1954), Tuesday 24 July 1934 page 2 2020-03-27 02:10 bert Warner. .He had been ailing for
the past eighteen months and entered
He was a native of the Taroom district
killed at the' Great War In August,
1918. after 3 1/2 years active service.
He is survived byhis wife and two
Miles— and- one daughter, Mrs C.
In. accordance with his wish he
was burled In Chinchilla, the funeral
bert Warner. He had been ailing for
the past eighteen months and entered
the hospital about a week ago.
He was a native of the Taroom district
He was a stockman and in hls days
chilla. His eldest, son, Albert, was
killed at the Great War in August,
1918 after 3½ years active service.
He is survived by his wife and two
Miles— and one daughter, Mrs C.
ner, Chinchilla— and two sisters—
In accordance with his wish he
was burled in Chinchilla, the funeral
EUMUNGERIE Kitchen Tea (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Saturday 28 May 1932 [Issue No.63] page 4 2020-03-22 20:30 Oil .Satiirdav niglit the I'riends ot'
.Miss Mary I,cy have arranged to give
?icr a kitchen tea in tlie local hall.
.Miss .May will shortly he married to
people ure very popular a large crowd
is expect eil.
On Saturday night the friends of
Miss Mary Ley have arranged to give
her a kitchen tea in the local hall.
Miss May will shortly he married to
people are very popular a large crowd
is expected.
To the Memory of a Gallant Gentleman (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Tuesday 11 February 1947 [Issue No.18] page 2 2020-03-19 02:16 Gallant Ceotfcmai
'service, a beautiful window
was dedicated, in the Metho
dist Church at the morning
D.F.C, R.A.A.F., 1920=15)45,
The window which preacnl:; a ucntral
people looking up to Him, was present
ed to llic Church by F/O England's
parents, Mr. anci Mrs. A. C. England
his sifter, Mrs, R. Warren. j
Tlie Church was crowded t unci the
service was conducted ' by Rev. H. 'N.
Whiteman- The Mayor' ; (.Aid. E. B.
Scrisier) and Mr. A. D. Allen, repre-:
senting the ? R.S.S.'A.I.L.A. Dubbo isilb
branch were 'present.
. During the service Mr. O. Smith, ac'^
cdmpanied by liis ' wife on tJhe 'piano
sang 'There' is' no Dea;th.'' 'The' choir
'Lord it beiongs not. to my Care.' : -
Miss Joyce Ison presided at l|he
organ, and the congregation joined.
Avith the Minister in reading the 46th.
psalm.^'God is our refuge arid strength,;
a' ^very present 'help 'in trouble.'
THE A£-i-RESS ., ' ^
!! Taking as. his text 'God so loycd the;
World that . tieVgave' liis 'oiily bogott'en
Son that.who-so-ever' beiievetli in liun
life,' the Rev. Whiteman said that we
might'won'der at the' sacrifice of J. a
splehdid' you'-'- ' Te: wonder, why such
things arc aliov _? A to liappen, but, lie
said, there is nu uea til. ' :
'He 'ffrew a -? parallcf between the
sacrifice ol Christ who died thrtt.
v/e might live and tlie sacrificc
of the young men in the war ^
wlio gave llicir lives in the cause -or {
freedom. : - - ? . i'- ? -i I
Christ's name, was inunortal because .
He riiec} 'ahd: rose again. No great per
son in history was so loved as Christ.
He was' lqvecl by nuilions, His sacrifice
was the outcome of liis iove .for 'his
pepplc arid He lives 'in tibevheartis of
millions today. ? i .. ??.;--?
'Drfiwing 'itttciition 'to ' tile '^aridow,
?fchc-';Rev.^''Whitenia'ir''''i5frcssfe'd' .'tli'e ^at
titudes of : the ' three '' y6'urig''7jpebple.
Tliesc illustrated ; three 'tybi'fls^ySb,. on
and for. Tlie first wa&'.'vdntuiirig^ to
Christ with 'a; 'look' of 'tidoriiti-bK arid
woridei': the' secoiid venturing rpnJCltrisfc'
and ' the third ' turning to' veiiture for
Christ.'-' '';; . .!
' Ho appealed to' tibe' youft^' poopiii to
trust 'theiriselves- to Clirist'aiid'be'SaVed
in the - early hotii's': of li'fe. ' Bo1 'rriany
young lives' had been 'sacrificed ft-r us.
Dubbo Methodist,.. Chiuch liadf :'%st
twelvo 'iiiie yduiig!m'eii. *i'oung people
who stand at the crossroaas'Jpf life to
day inust eiioo'se .^viiether'' HSiey \ would
take the ro'iicl for self a!nd greed' or
travel the road that hacl been prepared
by ' the; sacrilice,''of; others. : }
?'Succtess coiiics only when we recog
nise the sacrilice that has been made
for \'us/' said' Mr. Whiteman.
Gallant Gentleman
service, a beautiful window
was dedicated, in the Methodist
Church at the morning
D.F.C, R.A.A.F., 1920-1945,
The window which presents a central
people looking up to Him, was presented
to the Church by F/O England's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. England
his sister, Mrs, R. Warren.
The Church was crowded and the
service was conducted by Rev. H. N.
Whiteman. The Mayor (Ald. E. B.
Serisier) and Mr. A. D. Allen, representing
the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Dubbo sub-branch
were present.
During the service Mr. O. Smith,
accompanied by his wife on the piano
sang "There is no Death.'' The choir
"Lord it belongs not to my Care."
Miss Joyce Ison presided at the
organ, and the congregation joined
with the Minister in reading the 46th
psalm. "God is our refuge and strength,
a very present help in trouble."
THE ADDRESS
Taking as his text "God so loved the
world that e gave his only begotten
Son that who-so-ever believeth in him
life," the Rev. Whiteman said that we
might wonder at the sacrifice of a
splendid' young life; wonder why such
things are allowed to happen, but, he
said, there is no death.
He drew a parallel between the
sacrifice of Christ who died that
we might live and the sacrifice
of the young men in the war
who gave their lives in the cause of
freedom.
Christ's name, was immortal because
He died and rose again. No great person
in history was so loved as Christ.
He was loved by millions, His sacrifice
was the outcome of his love for his
people and He lives in the hearts of
millions today.
Drawing attention to this window,
the Rev. Whiteman stressed the attitudes
the three young people.
These illustrate three words - to, on
and for. The first was venturing to
Christ with a look of adoration and
wonder; the second venturing on Christ
and the third turning to' venture for
Christ.
He appealed to the young people to
trust themselves to Christ and be saved
in the early hours of life. So many
young lives had been sacrificed for us.
Dubbo Methodist Church had lost
twelve fine young men. Young people people
who stand at the crossroads of life today
must choose whether they would
take the road for self and greed or
travel the road that had been prepared
by the; sacrifice of others.
Success comes only when we recognise
the sacrifice that has been made
for us." said' Mr. Whiteman.
Exploits of Australians Win Air Decorations Melbourne, Thursday. (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Saturday 15 July 1944 [Issue No.82] page 3 2020-03-19 01:39 Exbldifs of Australians
.. . Melbourne, Thursday.
in sorties ^gajnst major targets in Germany, have received
the Distinguished Flying Cross, and details of the engage
ments were announced by the Minister for Air (Mr. Drake
ford) today. , , -
They ar?: Pilot Officers Charles, Stanley FwUoon, of Auc
henflower (Q.)- Edward Maxwell England, of Duhhp (iNS.V^.),;
fc Directed to attack Berlin 1 in Jan
uary, Fulloon fotirid. soon ' after- take
off,' that the rear turret arid one'' gun
in the . piid-uppe'p : Jurrpt'- -yerov:u'rise' -
viceable. Despite. this::s'erious liaridi'cap,
he continued on to hig-t.^rgEt although
it; involved flying ovsr-fighter-patrolled
territory for five hours. Later ''hv Jan
uary. when detailed 'to' attack l^Tagde-.
burg, flyipg 'ccridit.ions' c^U3RR'v'fjlm to
arriye over the'' ar.?a'''t-5o::. etol5r;« With
typical determination ' he - enroled . his
objective until 'the- targatimarkersi' ai'
rive'd.' The' citation'1 statss' that-Fiillcon
alwavai.pressed ilifemonhis attgcljg 'with
cutst&ndinrr ability and strcng;? sense 1
of distyjiif ' ' -.:i I -1-Uv ?»;?'. I
. DIJ15BQ , aj^AN'65 FJNP Sp^YICE 1
Inf the -course 'of iy successful tour
of ' operational duty,. P/O England ;has
n.a.yigatrd'hls aircraft1 on many sorties
against important targstY in Gerpipny,
including Eeriin. During an attack on,
Hsjilovpr.liis aircraft -was severely dam
aged by fire, and most, of ths navig,a
tiopal aids: WPJ'.e lo.it., . , ...
? England, by rcsouncfulncss' ami
skill, successfully suitlcd tlie aircraft
back (« base. A bifrli degree of skill,
courage ancl devotion h'.is been dis
played by him at all times. ,
As captain of -in 'aircraft'.' Marshall
his crcdit. On several cixasiops he has
had copibats with enemy aircraft.
During an attack 011 Frankfurt in
March the. aircraft was attacked bv a
JJccaust' of his skilful airmanship
? fcflth his ' s'unncrs were enablrd to
attack ai|i| damage the enemy plane
In his ('il-i|;tcitv of deputy ll'slit eom
iiiaiulcr niaisliall lias reiiiiei-.?d val
uable assisiance to liis squadron
ptjpunapder.
wag pp the point of assisting the sick
gunner (rem liis turret. Glasby, by
accurate shooting, was largely respon- j
sible tor driving off a fighter during j
an attack on ICassel. !
filnsby. u'lio is cleseribed in tlie cita- j
tion to liis award as an outstanding
wireless operator' and ' must- valuable I
member of - aircrew,' later 'displayed
great initiative in extinguishing ?? a lire
in tl)p fuseUigo and ' in repairing the
damageil -oxyupii 'system, which -had
been rendered useless. ' ? '
Exploits of Australians
Melbourne, Thursday.
in sorties against major targets in Germany, have received
the Distinguished Flying Cross, and details of the engage-
ments were announced by the Minister for Air (Mr.
Drakeford) today.
They are: Pilot Officers Charles Stanley Fulloon, of
Auchenflower (Q.); Edward Maxwell England, of Dubbo (NSW);
Directed to attack Berlin in January,
Fulloon found soon after take-off,
that the rear turret and one gun
in the mid upper were unserviceable.
Despite this serious handicap,
he continued on to his target although
it involved flying over fighter-patrolled
territory for five hours. Later in January,
when detailed to attack Magdeburg
flying conditions caused him to
arrive over the area too early. With
typical determination he circled his
objective until the target-markers
arrived. The citation states that Fullcon
always pressed ilifemonhis attacks with
outstanding ability and strong sense
of duty.
DUBBO MAN'S FINE SERVICE
In the course of a successful tour
of operational duty, P/O England has
navigated his aircraft on many sorties
against important targets in Germany
including Berlin. During an attack on
Hanover his aircraft was severely damaged
by fire, and most, of the navigational
aids were lost.
England, by resourcefulness and
skill, successfully guided the aircraft
back to base. A high degree of skill,
courage and devotion has been
displayed by him at all times.
As captain of an aircraft Marshall
his credit. On several occasions he has
had combats with enemy aircraft.
During an attack on Frankfurt in
March the aircraft was attacked by a
Because of his skillful airmanship
both his gunners were enabled to
attack and damage the enemy plane.
In his capacity of deputy flight
commander Marshall has rendered
valuable assistance to his squadron
commander.
was at the point of assisting the sick
gunner irem his turret. Glasby, by
accurate shooting, was largely responsible
tor driving off a fighter during
an attack on Kassel.
Glasby who is described in the citation
to his award as an outstanding
wireless operator and must valuable
member of aircrew, later displayed
great initiative in extinguishing a fire
in the fuselage and in repairing the
damaged oxygen system, which had
been rendered useless.
SKILL OF NAVIGATOR WON AWARD OF DFC (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Thursday 6 July 1944 [Issue No.78] page 1 2020-03-19 01:10 base. At all times this ofliccr had
displayed a high. degree of skill,
courage and devotion to duty.*
base. At all times this officer had
displayed a high degree of skill,
courage and devotion to duty.
SKILL OF NAVIGATOR WON AWARD OF DFC (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Thursday 6 July 1944 [Issue No.78] page 1 2020-03-19 01:07 Tlu;» citation accompanying the
Cross to P/O Edward Maxwell Eng
England, of Dubbo, emphasises his
It read: 'In the course oi a success
ful tour of operational duty P/O Eng
land lias navigated his aircraft on
many sorties against important tar
gets in Germany, including Berlin. On
one occasion during an attack on Han
over, his aircraft was severely dam
aged bv fiie from the enemy defences
lost. , . . ,
'Nevertheless, by his resourceful
ness and skill 1VO England success
fully guided the aircraft back to
date. ? J ? ^
The citation accompanying the
Cross to P/O Edward Maxwell England,
of Dubbo, emphasises his
It read: "In the course of a successful
tour of operational duty P/O England
has navigated his aircraft on
many sorties against important targets
in Germany, including Berlin. On
one occasion during an attack on
Hanover, his aircraft was severely dam-
aged by fire from the enemy defences
lost.
"Nevertheless, by his resourcefulness
and skill P/O England successfully
guided the aircraft back to
date.

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