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2 noelwoodhouse 3,858,017
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,396
4 DonnaTelfer 3,215,396
5 Rhonda.M 3,016,197
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14999 pipNZ 485
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15001 Ryley 485
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2 noelwoodhouse 3,858,017
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,267
4 DonnaTelfer 3,215,375
5 Rhonda.M 3,016,184
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15990 shevaunon 417
15991 shirleyfletch 417
15992 SLitch 417
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2 PhilThomas 121,213
3 mickbrook 106,370
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 42,290
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506 moonflowerdragon 68
507 Narelle.Milligan13 68
508 Slitch 68
509 Atwork11 67
510 autumnstar 67

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TRAGIC HAPPENING During a Rainstorm (Article), Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 19 June 1927 [Issue No.1535] page 17 2019-06-15 00:45 TRAGIC HAPPENING j
Dariag i Raiisteno
Clayton <66), of Archdeacon-street,
and a motor car skidded and overturn- j
walking along Bruce ^street toward his
motor lorry driven by Stanley MTntosh
car drlvea by Thomas Flintoff. He
TRAGIC HAPPENING
During a Rainstorm
Clayton (56), of Archdeacon-street,
and a motor car skidded and overturn-
walking along Bruce street toward his
motor lorry driven by Stanley M'Intosh
car drlven by Thomas Flintoff. He
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CITY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2ND. (Before Mr. Cowan, P.M.) (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 3 May 1894 [Issue No.2,563] page 3 2019-06-09 15:02 unddr the 94th section of the Police Act,
cheated at a gama, and robbed a man named
Charles Tonkin of £17 10s. Evidence wss
soners' road* a totalisator on the Ladies'
on the 7th nit. Their figures were checked
by Mr. J. L. Jones, btaudi g in front ot- the
machine. It was at fir*t thought that a
horse named Pinto hid won, anl Mr. Jones
saw the accused Montagne, immediately
after the race, mark np several t'ckats on
by Mr. Leake and Mr. Vernon. The Utter
picked np the pieces and they were after-
who had th>3 only ticket on Eric, but after-
wards paid him ¿82, the right dividend.
amounting to over .£19.
ployed as his clerk for the d<vy. The whole
brunt of the case must fall on his ahou'.ders.
The B -nch considered that the fraud waa
two months imprieonment with bard labour.
under the 94th section of the Police Act,
cheated at a game, and robbed a man named
Charles Tonkin of £17 10s. Evidence was
soners road* a totalisator on the Ladies'
on the 7th ult. Their figures were checked
by Mr. J. L. Jones, standing in front of the
machine. It was at first thought that a
horse named Pinto had won, and Mr. Jones
saw the accused Montague, immediately
after the race, mark up several tickets on
by Mr. Leake and Mr. Vernon. The latter
picked up the pieces and they were after-
who had the only ticket on Eric, but after-
wards paid him £2, the right dividend.
amounting to over £19.
ployed as his clerk for the day. The whole
brunt of the case must fall on his shoulders.
The B -nch considered that the fraud was
two months imprisonment with hard labour.
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CITY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2ND. (Before Mr. Cowan, P.M.) (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 3 May 1894 [Issue No.2,563] page 3 2019-06-09 14:51 partner of the accusod, was\B3ntenced to 14
sufficiently remunerative, he gava it up after
tbe first race. Toe accused, wih. Montague,
then r<m the machine in a very questionable
manner. In the bearing of the cae agaiuat
a witness of the prosecution and siid
be had not given the. accused authority to
work tbe machine, but bad referred them to
his partner, Davis. He did not know tbat
' (Before Mr. Cowan, P.M., and Mr. B. F.
partner of the accused, was sentenced to 14
sufficiently remunerative, he gave it up after
the first race. The accused, with Montague,
then ram the machine in a very questionable
manner. In the bearing of the case against
a witness of the prosecution and said
he had not given the accused authority to
work tbe machine, but had referred them to
his partner, Davis. He did not know that
(Before Mr. Cowan, P.M., and Mr. R. F.
POLICE REPORTS. CITY. FRIDAY, APRIL 27. Before Mr. Cowan, P.M. STEALING A WATCH. (Article), The Inquirer and Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 - 1901), Friday 4 May 1894 [Issue No.2974] page 8 2019-06-09 13:47 af erwarkd found in the Grand Hotel.
gojd outside, so he must go to prison for
Henry Montague and James Wallace,
sporting in n, wer i charged with using an
totalisator, not permitted bv law. on the
Ih * prosecution, and C^o taking -jf evidence
was adjoii'ued until afternoon.
A woman had also summoned Montague
for » ssaulting her, but as the complainant
did rot appear, this case was struck out.
afterwarks found in the Grand Hotel.
good outside, so he must go to prison for
three months' hard labor.
Henry Montague and James Wallace,
sporting men, were charged with using an
totalisator, not permitted by law. on the
the prosecution, and the taking of evidence
was adjourned until afternoon.
A woman had also summoned Montague
for assaulting her, but as the complainant
did not appear, this case was struck out.
OUR FASHION PLATES. THE LADY. (Article), The Inquirer and Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 - 1901), Friday 4 May 1894 [Issue No.2974] page 1 2019-06-09 13:44 The sporting defendant, Henry Monta
gue, who was convicted on Saturday of hav
ing played an unlawful game on the Serpen
tine Racecourse, and sentenced to a fort
and lodged in gaol because the sureties re
quired for Ids due prosecution of th ? appeal
this morning. When Mr. Hayaes, as coun
was required to enter into rccog-,
nisances. himself in Jt25 and one surety
in .£25, for going on with the appeal. Time
was alloneJ to provide the surety. Mr.
business in the police court on Mouiay, paid
that as Montague had not provided the re
the sentence carried out. The police in
Messrs. Street &.Cc, of 30, CorahiU,
London, K.O., have had the honour to pre
sent to his Royal Highness the - uke of
York a collection of cuttisgefrom the PreB&
giv - some idea of the size of the work, it »
stated thai there are no less than nine large
? During the ho -ring of the case against
People's £ash Store, Fremantle, the Police
'grocery store ; on a bench in front of the
barrier bciutj exhibited two sides and
The sporting defendant, Henry Monta-
gue, who was convicted on Saturday of hav-
ing played an unlawful game on the Serpen-
tine Racecourse, and sentenced to a fort-
and lodged in gaol because the sureties re-
quired for his due prosecution of the appeal
this morning. When Mr. Hayaes, as coun-
was required to enter into recog-
nisances. himself in £25 and one surety
in £25, for going on with the appeal. Time
was allowed to provide the surety. Mr.
business in the police court on Monday, said
that as Montague had not provided the re-
the sentence carried out. The police in-
Messrs. Street &.Cc, of 30, Cornhill,
London, K.O., have had the honour to pre-
sent to his Royal Highness the Duke of
York a collection of cuttings from the Press
give some idea of the size of the work, itis
stated that there are no less than nine large
During the hearing of the case against
Monday charged with stealing a quantity
of provisions from the warehouse of the
People's Cash Store, Fremantle, the Police
grocery store ; on a bench in front of the
barrier being exhibited two sides and
PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor Esq., P. M.) (Article), The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times (WA : 1864 - 1874), Friday 10 March 1871 [Issue No.23] page 3 2019-06-09 13:01 and being on the premises of the " Shamrock
AN INTERIOR SUGGESTIVE OF COMFORT (Article), Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 21 August 1927 [Issue No.1543] page 10 2019-06-08 19:46 AN INTERIOR SUGGESTIVE OF COMFORT^ \
AN INTERIOR SUGGESTIVE OF COMFORT
ENGAGEMENT. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Friday 19 February 1932 [Issue No.9,252] page 16 2019-06-08 19:41 The engagement is announced of Phyl
lis Violet, eldest daughter of Mr. aud Mrs.
G. Kiesey, of Suearwood, to Clarence John,
second eon of Mr. Flintoff and the late
Mrs. Fhntofr, of Beaconsfield.
The engagement is announced of Phyl-
lis Violet, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
G. Kiesey, of Spearwood, to Clarence John,
second son of Mr. Flintoff and the late
Mrs. Flintoff, of Beaconsfield.
ENGAGEMENTS. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 26 July 1930 [Issue No.8,765] page 16 2019-06-08 19:40 ine engagement is announced of Jean
ette, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. E Gor
and Mrs. T. Flintoff, of Mt. Lawlev
The engagement is announced of Airaee
roungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad^
°rd; of Maylands to William, only son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, of Canning
ton. h
Mr. and Mrs Gerald Loveridge. Wilson
engagement of their only daughter Gwen
of Ivondoblin, Lake Grace, younger son of
the late L. H. Compton and Mrs. M. Conip
ton, ventnor-avenue. West Perth.
The engagement is announced of Jean-
ette, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Gor-
and Mrs. T. Flintoff, of Mt. Lawley.
The engagement is announced of Aimee,
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad-
ford, of Maylands to William, only son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, of Canning-
ton.
Mr. and Mrs Gerald Loveridge, Wilson
engagement of their only daughter Gwen-
of Kondoblin, Lake Grace, younger son of
the late C. H. Compton and Mrs. M. Comp-
ton, Ventnor-avenue, West Perth.
WHEN THEY'RE at Home (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 17 September 1936 [Issue No.2,639] page 32 2019-06-08 19:32 #| Mrs. T. W. Gordon Flintoff, of 70 Stirling
i John and Jennifer. î
£ Miss Flo Broadhurst, of the Highway, Nedlands, with he: j
bridesmaid, Miss Barbara Millar. Miss Broadhurst is to .
marry Mr. Tom Male on September 22. ]
Mrs. T. W. Gordon Flintoff, of 70 Stirling
John and Jennifer.
Miss Flo Broadhurst, of the Highway, Nedlands, with her
bridesmaid, Miss Barbara Millar. Miss Broadhurst is to
marry Mr. Tom Male on September 22.

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