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1 JohnWarren 5,948,014
2 noelwoodhouse 3,983,319
3 NeilHamilton 3,454,720
4 DonnaTelfer 3,404,268
5 Rhonda.M 3,351,877
...
2063 BobF 15,674
2064 pasees 15,674
2065 KBAN 15,672
2066 TrevorGollan 15,662
2067 MaryAnnIrvin 15,650
2068 Kym2017 15,621

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February 2020 1,748
January 2020 6
September 2019 482
August 2019 202
July 2019 5
June 2019 47
May 2019 158
April 2019 100
March 2019 203
December 2018 127
November 2018 299
October 2018 88
August 2018 310
June 2018 1,281
April 2018 493
March 2018 1,151
February 2018 1,873
January 2018 831
December 2017 213
November 2017 43
October 2017 116
September 2017 11
August 2017 409
July 2017 1,800
June 2017 338
May 2017 148
April 2017 921
March 2017 2,087
February 2017 172

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1 JohnWarren 5,947,812
2 noelwoodhouse 3,983,319
3 NeilHamilton 3,454,591
4 DonnaTelfer 3,404,242
5 Rhonda.M 3,351,864
...
2061 carmelf 15,648
2062 MaryAnnIrvin 15,642
2063 hellyben 15,617
2064 TrevorGollan 15,603
2065 lynmk01 15,596
2066 snowdrop5 15,577

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February 2020 1,748
January 2020 6
September 2019 482
August 2019 202
July 2019 5
June 2019 47
May 2019 158
April 2019 100
March 2019 203
December 2018 127
November 2018 299
October 2018 88
August 2018 310
June 2018 1,281
April 2018 493
March 2018 1,151
February 2018 1,873
January 2018 831
December 2017 213
November 2017 43
October 2017 116
September 2017 11
August 2017 406
July 2017 1,745
June 2017 338
May 2017 148
April 2017 921
March 2017 2,086
February 2017 172

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1 jaybee67 355,755
2 GeoffMMutton 155,674
3 PhilThomas 144,114
4 mickbrook 114,419
5 murds5 61,555
...
600 Diane-Challenor 59
601 juliemelb 59
602 karenw 59
603 TrevorGollan 59
604 cherylmoss 58
605 grayfion 58

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Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 21 January 1867 [Issue No.8944] page 6 2020-02-25 09:01 At tbo Residence of John Hill, Esq , William-sweet,
At the Residence of John Hill, Esq , William-street,
LAW. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. THURSDAY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 7 June 1861 [Issue No.7175] page 4 2020-02-25 08:54 station ; I have not been up there for the last six years.
but I have branded at Richmond; the brands I have used
teen, all born, like myself, in the colony, and all living; I
kept the same letters; I had a triangular brand; the horse
son James, and my daughter Ann; up to a certain time I
not know this horse, except when he came to Richmond;
By Mr. Butler: I remember a conversation I had with
Fraser about branding with No. 2 on tho norn- shouldor;
ho carno to my station aud aaid, do you brand with WF
Ï" beliovo ho said lie. brandod WF2 ' on the near
shoulder; I do not lemcmbor saying I would leave
off doing so; Fraser's brand was J r-2; I branded h
number of horses with WF2 on tho near shoulder ; I said
I had also branded JF2; Fraser branded JF2 on tho off
shoulder; I nover snvi it on tho near shoulder; I have seou
a great number oi my horses that were branded WF2,
and beliovo there aro many so branded on tho Bogffy
Swamp Station; I havo not at Windsor offered Fraser any
monoy to drop this caso; Mrs. Docker, whom I havo
known for many ve-irs, told me when tho case was at tho
police oflico she could provo something about the caso; I
beliovo Mr. Buit and a Molbourno denier h.ive bought
horses from us with this brand ; I am not positivo that, any
horso bearing this brand hus been sold by me sinco my son
was committed. '
By his nonor : I have seen the horso outsido tho cuutr ;
son James's possession ; I saw him frequently after tliit ;
ho was well brokcu-in al that timo ; 1 was ill at the time.
John Whitty, called and sw om : At ono rimo I was on
Farlow's station, near Upton's run, at Bogg}- Swamp ; tho
horso outsido tho court I helped to maud over four years
ago ; from the marks on him, and his coluiir, I believo him
to bo tho samo horso ; ho is branded WF2 on tho no.ir sido ;
thero is a star on his forehead, his off hind foot is wluto,
and between flus whito and tho hoof thora is n bit nf~i7""
mark, tho horso was branded for tho pnsoscr I"J. "*
tho station to help to muster and brand ' Tl lo
station ; I have not been up there for the last six years,
but I have branded at Richmond ; the brands I have used
teen, all born, like myself, in the colony, and all living ; I
kept the same letters ; I had a triangular brand ; the horse
son James, and my daughter Ann ; up to a certain time I
not know this horse, except when he came to Richmond ;
By Mr. Butler : I remember a conversation I had with
Fraser about branding with No. 2 on the near shoulder ;
he carne to my station and said, do you brand with WF
I believe he said he brandod WF2 on the near
shoulder ; I do not remember saying I would leave
off doing so ; Fraser's brand was JF2 ; I branded a
number of horses with WF2 on the near shoulder ; I said
I had also branded JF2 ; Fraser branded JF2 on the off
shoulder; I never saw it on the near shoulder ; I have seen
a great number of my horses that were branded WF2,
and believe there are many so branded on tho Boggy
Swamp Station; I have not at Windsor offered Fraser any
money to drop this case ; Mrs. Docker, whom I have
known for many years, told me when the case was at the
police oflice she could prove something about the case ; I
believe Mr. Burt and a Melbourne dealer have bought
horses from us with this brand ; I am not positive that any
horse bearing this brand has been sold by me since my son
was committed.
By his Honor : I have seen the horse outside the court ;
son James's possession ; I saw him frequently after that ;
he was well broken-in at that time ; I was ill at the time.
John Whitty, called and sworn : At one time I was on
Farlow's station, near Upton's run, at Boggy Swamp ; the
horse outside the court I helped to brand over four years
ago ; from the marks on him, and his colour, I believe him
to be the same horse ; he is branded WF2 on the near side ;
there is a star on his forehead, his off hind foot is white,
and between this white and the hoof there is a bit ofa black
mark ; the horse was branded for the prisoner ; I went to
the station to help to muster and brand.
LAW. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. THURSDAY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 7 June 1861 [Issue No.7175] page 4 2020-02-25 08:43 James Frazer, junior, called and swom. I know the
horse outside tho door ; it is my father's ; I saw him brand
it, and it used to run closo to where it was branded ; wo
missed it five or six months ago, or it might bo moro.
By Mr. Windeyer : At one time I lived on tho station ;
it is nearly threo years sinco I left it.
John Honnry called and sworn I am a son of a former
witness ; 1 know tho horso outsido the Court ; I havo
known him for threo or four years; ho is James Frazer's
horso ; Fnrlow branded with w F on tho off shoulder, and a
a trianglo on the near shoulder ; I nover know him to
By Mr. Windoycr: I live about twolvo or thirteen miles
froni Upton's station; I havo been on Upton's station
within tho last six months, once or twice; I used to go on
tho station oftcner when J ames'Frazer lived thoro ; 1 occa-
sionally helped to brand his cattlo ; I saw this horse in fho
William Walshaw, called and sworn: I am a coachman,
and for three years and nino months .was in tho employ of
prisoner's family; 1 was at tho station near Upton for
about ono year ; I know tho brands used at that (Far
left thcro ; tho prisoner branded J F with a bar between
on tho off shoulder, and a trianglo on tho nonr shouldor ; I
never saw a No. 2 brand on tho station ; I novor saw
tho horeo outsido tho Court ; I was at Boggy station
John Bridger, called and sworn : I am a blacksmith ro- I
siding at Enfield, nbout two miles from Richmond ; at one
timo I lived and vvoiked on tho Macdonald River, remain-
ing thero for fivo or six weeks ; this was about twelve
months ago; I havo worked for prisoner's family; I havo
made brands for Mr. Farlow '; tho first was a kind of
trianglo ; I subsequently (between 1855 and 18G0) rando
brands of WF; J F, with bar between; IT; IF;
I nover mndo any figure brands for the Farlows.
Robert Tilling recalled, and re-exainined by Mr. Win-
once this year, but do not recellect having had a conversa-
her about this caso ; I was at Wollombi at the time of the
For the deience,
James Frazer, junior, called and sworn. I know the
horse outside the door ; it is my father's ; I saw him brand
it, and it used to run close to where it was branded ; we
missed it five or six months ago, or it might be more.
By Mr. Windeyer : At one time I lived on the station ;
it is nearly three years since I left it.
John Honary called and sworn : I am a son of a former
witness ; I know the horse outside the Court ; I have
known him for three or four years; he is James Frazer's
horse ; Farlow branded with W F on the off shoulder, and a
a triangle on the near shoulder ; I never know him to
By Mr. Windeyer : I live about twelve or thirteen miles
from Upton's station ; I have been on Upton's station
within the last six months, once or twice; I used to go on
the station oftener when James Frazer lived there ; I occa-
sionally helped to brand his cattle ; I saw this horse in the
William Walshaw, called and sworn : I am a coachman,
and for three years and nine months was in the employ of
prisoner's family; I was at the station near Upton for
about one year ; I know the brands used at that (Far-
left there ; the prisoner branded J F with a bar between
on the off shoulder, and a triangle on the near shoulder ; I
never saw a No. 2 brand on the station ; I never saw
the horse outside the Court ; I was at Boggy station
John Bridger, called and sworn : I am a blacksmith re-
siding at Enfield, about two miles from Richmond ; at one
time I lived and worked on the Macdonald River, remain-
ing there for five or six weeks ; this was about twelve
months ago; I have worked for prisoner's family; I have
made brands for Mr. Farlow ; the first was a kind of
triangle ; I subsequently (between 1855 and 1860) made
brands of W F; J F, with bar between; T F; I F;
I never made any figure brands for the Farlows.
Robert Tilling recalled, and re-examined by Mr. Win-
once this year, but do not recollect having had a conversa-
her about this case ; I was at Wollombi at the time of the
For the defence,
LAW. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. THURSDAY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 7 June 1861 [Issue No.7175] page 4 2020-02-25 08:33 tho oil hind foot is white, and thcio is n bitof white- on tho
foiehead; the brands used by prisoner und his fathor dif
foied considciably from mino; pi ¡sonor saw this horso in
my yard on one occasion, and reniai keil that it had W F on
liko his luther's, but 1 pointed out tho dillbrenoo-that
mino wcro branded on tho contrnrv side ; this conversation
wasnt least twelve months before I missed tho horso; tho
runs ndjoin, mid the boises often mix togothcr ; prisonor's
J F brand ia conjoined, and I think prisonor's father's
brand, W F, is v ery close ; prisoner was riding tho horso
By Mr. Windeyer : I Jinvo ehargo of Upton's station,
and it nearly joins the run occupied by prisoner's family;
wo have to go on to each other's runs after catflo ; I missod
tho horso about six months beforo it vvns found ; vvhon I
hist saw lum beforo ho was missed ho vvns unbrokon ; and
when bowns found thcro was no alteration of tho brand.
Prisoner's father is a publican, and I boliovo owns a good
bit of properly upon tho Windsor district. I novor had any
foiling out with prisoner's family oxcopt himself; thoro has
not been any bickering bot ween prisonor's family nnd
ni) solf ; soiiio timo ago I gavo my brothor a bill of salo on
my stock ; 1 never rcniiuked to a man named Merrick that
Fnrlow had sonio brands tho sumo as mino, aud that if 1
caught them I woidd nail them as mino ; I had a con-
J F, No. 2, on tho sanio shoulder ns mino, and at my
suggestion ho altered tho brand.
By Mr, Butler: Tho few words of'disputo I had with
prisoner was about two 'roars ago, and was about n horso
left in my ehargo being talton oil" our run. Tho conversation
I had with tho old man was.about soven years ago.
By his Honor : Befoi o I missed the horso I was not living
on Upton's station; prisoner waa thon living at Yarminundi
about tvventy-flvo miles away. 1 went occasionally to
Upton's station. 1 do not know that prisoner was living
near Upton's station whou 1 missed tho horso.
John Honnry, called and sworn: I know Upton's, and
Farlow's stations.; and I know tho stock on Upton's
station, and 1 know the horso outsido tho court;
I oflercd lo make Frazer n swop for him thirfeon or four-
teen months ago ; I know the brand, but should know tho
horso without a brand ; Fnrlow'a stock woro brandod differ-
ently; fluty had a triangle on tho near shouldor ; I nover
saw n figuro on thom.
By Mr. Windoycr: Tho mark on Farlow's stock waa not
a regular triangle '
By Mr. BuUor: Tho horso waa usually running at
Warren Flat, about a milo off Mr. Upton's houso.
. By Mr. Windeyer : Prisoner was sometime ago employed
by some ono to drivo cnttlo off our runs; I bought-some
stock thero as well as Mr. Laycock, and prisonor romoved
some of mino ns well as Mr. Laycock's ; 1 novor used any
threats with regard to prisonor about those cattle. 1
By his Honor: This was about twolvo months ago;
Upton's is about twolvo milos fiom Laycock's place, and it is
By Mr. Butler : I did not in Mr. Laycock's prcsonco say
I would "shoot it homo" to prisoner. '
By his Honor : Mr. Laycock claimed and impounded ono
Hubert Tilling, called and sworn : I am a stockman,
living at Upton's station, Macdonald Uiver ; boforo going
there 1 was on tho adjoining run (Tuckermnn's) for four
j cars ; 1 saw tho horso outsido tho court when ho was
foalid, about furn-years ago, and saw it frequently after
v\ ard» ; I missed it somo timo in October lost ; tho brands
aro lcgiblo enough; prisoner's father branded his stock
W F on the shoulder, with a trianglo on tho nour shoulder ;
prisoner was nt or in the neighbourhood of tho station withiu
two months of the horso being missed.
By Mr. Windeyer When a brand is put on a young
horse it grows with tho horso ; in somo cases moro than in
others ; I was in Tuckerman's employment, nnd rocollect
prisoner finding ino with an entire horso belonging to tho
Farlows ; 1 had then beon out looking for misaine; stock,
and vi hen 1 vvns with tho entire horso it was on Mr. Farlow's
By Mr. Butler ? I was not charged with stealing this
horse, nor vi as thcro any bad feeling between us.
the off hind foot is white, and there is a bit of white on the
forehead ; the brands used by prisoner and his father dif-
fered considerably from mine; pirisoner saw this horse in
my yard on one occasion, and remarked that it had W F on
like his father's, but I pointed out the difference—that
mine were branded on the contrary side ; this conversation
was at least twelve months before I missed the horse ; the
runs adjoin, and the horses often mix together ; prisoner's
J F brand is conjoined, and I think prisoner's father's
brand, W F, is very close ; prisoner was riding the horse
By Mr. Windeyer : I have charge of Upton's station,
and it nearly joins the run occupied by prisoner's family ;
we have to go on to each other's runs after cattle ; I missed
the horse about six months before it was found ; when I
last saw him before he was missed he was unbroken ; and
when he was found there was no alteration of the brand.
Prisoner's father is a publican, and I believe owns a good
bit of properly upon the Windsor district. I never had any
falling out with prisoner's family except himself ; there has
not been any bickering between prisoner's family and
myself ; some time ago I gave my brother a bill of sale on
my stock ; I never remarked to a man named Merrick that
Farlow had some brands the same as mine, and that if I
caught them I would nail them as mine ; I had a con-
J F, No. 2, on the same shoulder as mine, and at my
suggestion he altered the brand.
By Mr, Butler : The few words of dispute I had with
prisoner was about two years ago, and was about a horse
left in my charge being taken off our run. The conversation
I had with tho old man was.about seven years ago.
By his Honor : Before I missed the horse I was not living
on Upton's station; prisoner was then living at Yarramundi
about twenty-five miles away. I went occasionally to
Upton's station. I do not know that prisoner was living
near Upton's station when I missed the horse.
John Honary, called and sworn : I know Upton's and
Farlow's stations ; and I know the stock on Upton's
station, and I know the horse outside the court ;
I offered to make Frazer a swap for him thirteen or four-
teen months ago ; I know the brand, but should know the
horse without a brand ; Farlow's stock were branded differ-
ently; they had a triangle on the near shoulder ; I never
saw a figure on them.
By Mr. Windeyer : The mark on Farlow's stock was not
a regular triangle.
By Mr. Butler : The horse was usually running at
Warren Flat, about a mile off Mr. Upton's house.
By Mr. Windeyer : Prisoner was sometime ago employed
by some one to drive cattle off our runs; I bought some
stock there as well as Mr. Laycock, and prisoner removed
some of mine as well as Mr. Laycock's ; I never used any
threats with regard to prisoner about those cattle.
By his Honor : This was about twelve months ago ;
Upton's is about twelve miles from Laycock's place, and it is
By Mr. Butler : I did not in Mr. Laycock's presence say
I would "shoot it home" to prisoner.
By his Honor : Mr. Laycock claimed and impounded one
Robert Tilling, called and sworn : I am a stockman,
living at Upton's station, Macdonald River ; before going
there I was on the adjoining run (Tuckerman's) for four
years ; I saw the horse outside the court when he was
foaled, about four-years ago, and saw it frequently after-
wards ; I missed it some time in October last ; the brands
are legible enough ; prisoner's father branded his stock
W F on the shoulder, with a triangle on the near shoulder ;
prisoner was at or in the neighbourhood of the station within
two months of the horse being missed.
By Mr. Windeyer : When a brand is put on a young
horse it grows with the horse ; in some cases more than in
others ; I was in Tuckerman's employment, and recollect
prisoner finding me with an entire horse belonging to the
Farlows ; I had then been out looking for missing stock,
and when I was with the entire horse it was on Mr. Farlow's
By Mr. Butler : I was not charged with stealing this
horse, nor was there any bad feeling between us.
LAW. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. THURSDAY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 7 June 1861 [Issue No.7175] page 4 2020-02-25 08:08 James Farlow was arraigned on a charge of horse stealing-
custody he said he was at that time going to the Big River;
James Frazer, called and sworn: I am a grazier; I
know the prisonor, near Upton's rim; he had a station
adjoining that he was often on Upton's run ; I remem-
the Court is my property ; I could swear to the horse not
dam and other horses of the same breed; the
one of my children ; it was a foui-yoar-o!ù nnbrokon
colt when lost ; tho W was a separate brand ; 1 heated tho
J F nnd willi water cooled tho J boforo applying it ; tho
brands wcro moie legible when prisoner was npprchonded ;
James Farlow was arraigned on a charge of horse stealing.
custody he said he was at that time going to the Big River ;
James Frazer, called and sworn: I am a grazier ; I
know the prisoner, near Upton's run ; he had a station
adjoining that ; he was often on Upton's run ; I remem-
the Court is my property ; I could swear to the horse not-
dam and other horses of the same breed ; the
one of my children ; it was a four-year-old unbroken
colt when lost ; the W was a separate brand ; I heated the
J F and with water cooled the J before applying it ; the
brands were more legible when prisoner was apprehended ;
LAW. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. THURSDAY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 7 June 1861 [Issue No.7175] page 4 2020-02-25 08:04 offor of moue) , tho conversation waa partly at Colah, and
jparflj at Windsor, 1 nrlow took no putt in it
Mr Wmdoj or »nd Butlor having ro»poctn ely adelt cs.od
¡tho jury, lu« Honor sumniod up
After an nbsonco of about twenty minutos, tho jury ro
-turned «*, ith n verdict of "not frailty,' and prisoner was
discharged No order m ns liiuilo res to the disposal of tho

Jiorec

llllVACIl OF Till IIsSCHM-NCY ACT.
William AttkinHiins brought up Una morning to rocano
sentence, hut his Honor Mr Justico Wise, stuteid that ho
_ind not j it lind timo to i ead through all tho insolvency
31 ocecduigs in connection m ítli tho caso against the prisoner,
-«ho «Ans tried on Wcdnesduv in tho Second Couit Attkins
-vai coneceiiicntly remanded for sontenco
At the closo of the dil) s proceedings his Honor passed
Prisoner was sentenced to ono months împiisoRuiont,
-without labour, m Darlinghurst ¡,1101
At twenty minutos to eight tho Court was adjourned
mntil ton o'clock this morning
offer of money ; the conversation was partly at Colah, and
partly at Windsor, Farlow took no part in it.
Mr Windeyer and Butler having respectively addressed
the jury, his Honor summed up.
After an absence of about twenty minutes, the jury re-
turned with a verdict of "not guilty," and prisoner was
discharged. No order was made as to the disposal of the

horse.

BREACH OF THE INSOLVENCY ACT.
William Attkins was brought up this morning to receive
sentence, but his Honor Mr. Justice Wise, stated that he
had not yet had time to read through all the insolvency
proceedings in connection with the case against the prisoner,
who was tried on Wednesday in the Second Court. Attkins
was consequently remanded for sentence.
At the close of the day's proceedings his Honor passed
Prisoner was sentenced to one month's imprisonment,
without labour, in Darlinghurst gaol.
At twenty minutes to eight the Court was adjourned
until ten o'clock this morning.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 23 November 1859 [Issue No.6696] page 1 2020-02-25 07:55 LESSONS IN MILLINERY.-Madame JEANNE,
lateofWigmore-street, Cavendish-square, London,
intends giving a series of Lessons in Millinery and Drawn .
Bonnet Making. Sit Lessons, one guinea. Elegant
French Bonnets, from one guinea. 86, William-sweet,
Woolloomooloo-_._
LESSONS IN MILLINERY.—Madame JEANNE,
late of Wigmore-street, Cavendish-square, London,
intends giving a series of Lessons in Millinery and Drawn
Bonnet Making. Six Lessons, one guinea. Elegant
French Bonnets, from one guinea. 86, William-street,
Woolloomooloo.
NEW SOUTH WALES. KILLED. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 20 August 1917 [Issue No.24,843] page 4 2020-02-25 07:47 Tim. WM. FRANCIS SWEET. Wslbronftis.
Pt«. JOS TODD. Young.
Pie. LESLIE OHAS, HERRERT TUTT. Valla;
Pie. GERARD ALFRED KRKFFT, Artarmon.
Pie. HARRY IRVINE, New Zealand (2nd occ).
Pie. DAVID GOW, Obley (2nd occ, not mlsh«;
p. r. uiiüslng, subsequently rep. with unit).
Pie. FRBDK. KDWD. HULL, Cobargo.
Pte. PF.RCIVAL nOGEli YYALKER, Kingaroy, Ötd.
Pte. JAS. ERNEST WlHTR, Tamworth (und occ)i
Pte. ALHT. ERNEST UUXTON. Inverell (2nd occ.).
Pt«. ERNEST O'CONNOR, Kensington (2nd oec).
Pie. YVM. FARLEY GLASS, Ashfield.
Tie. YVM. GEO. JARRETT. Coil's Harbour.
Pte. JOHN DIXON KJTCIIKN, Leichhardt.
Pte. FREDK. CI1AS. URiniTTON', K. Maitland.
L,-cpl JOHN PAGE. Walgcll (2nd occ.). ,1
lie. LEONARD ROYAL ROOKE, Port Stephens (2nd
Pte. JAMES (CLAYTON, Junction.
Pie. ALLAN JAS. JORY. larga,

rtc HENRY JAS. LYNCH, Argenes nilh
Pte. ATHOL JAS. MURPHY. Durren Junction.
I'te. PERCY FREDK. NELSON. Coonabarabran,

Pie. HAROLD CIIAS. WYTIIES, Chccscnian's Creek
(and tnlsring, 5-8,'5/'17; p. r. wnindcd).
Opl. JOHN KNOX, Ihirclle (and missing, 6-8/6/'l7;
p. r. wound., ?nd occ).
Pte JOHN I1ICKERTON, Ballin« (nnd thUsing,
M/6/'17-, p. r. «ml., «bell «hock).
I'te. STANLEY MOOINGER, Denman.
Pte. WM. FRANCIS SWEET. Wallar??.
Pte. JOS TODD, Young.
Pte. LESLIE CHAS, HERBERT TUTT, Valla.
Pte. GERARD ALFRED KRKFFT, Artarmon.
Pte. HARRY IRVINE, New Zealand (2nd occ).
Pte. DAVID GOW, Obley (2nd occ., not mlssing;
p. r. missing, subsequently rep. with unit).
Pte. FRBDK. EDWD. BELL, Cobargo.
Pte. PERCIVAL ROGER WALKER, Kingaroy, Qld.
Pte. JAS. ERNEST WHITE, Tamworth (2nd occ.).
Pte. ALBT. ERNEST BUXTON. Inverell (2nd occ.).
Pte. FRANCIS RICHARD EDLESTON, Hornsby (2nd
Pte. ERNEST O'CONNOR, Kensington (2nd occ).
Pte. WM. FARLEY GLASS, Ashfield.
Pte. WM. GEO. JARRETT, Coff's Harbour.
Pte. JOHN DIXON KITCHEN, Leichhardt.
Pte. FREDK. CHAS. BRIGHTON, E. Maitland.
L.-cpl JOHN PAGE, Walgett (2nd occ.).
Pte. LEONARD ROYAL ROOKE, Port Stephens (2nd
Pte. JAMES CLAYTON, Junction.
Pte. ALLAN JAS. JORY, Larga.

Pte. HENRY JAS. LYNCH, Argent's Hill.
Pte. ATHOL JAS. MURPHY, Burren Junction.
Pte. PERCY FREDK. NELSON, Coonabarabran.

Pte. HAROLD CHAS. WYTHES, Cheseman's Creek
(and missing, 5-8/5/'17; p. r. wounded).
Cpl. JOHN KNOX, Rozlle (and missing, 5-8/5/'17;
p. r. wound., 2nd occ.).
Pte JOHN BICKERTON, Ballina (and missing,
5-8/5/'17; p. r. wnd., shell shock).
Pte. STANLEY MODINGER, Denman.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 10 May 1898 [Issue No.18,768] page 1 2020-02-25 07:33 QEEAT ASSIGNED STOCK SALE
Now in Inila wm¡; at
SWEET BEOS', NEWTOWN
MANCHESTER DOODS, HOSIERY and GLOVES
OLOTHIhO, SHIRTS, and HATS.
Florists. &o
GREAT ASSIGNED STOCK SALE
Now in full swing at
SWEET BROS', NEWTOWN
MANCHESTER GOODS, HOSIERY and GLOVES
CLOTHING, SHIRTS, and HATS.
Florists, &c.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 29 November 1871 [Issue No.10,461] page 6 2020-02-25 06:49 J-^ E^ N I SON WARD.
of Nos. 21 and 23, Parramatta-stroot.
Sydney, 25th Novombor, 1871.
Silt,-lu accDrdnnco with tho'provisions of tho Act (20
Victoria, No. 35), wo tho undersigned citizens quuliflod to
voto within Denison Ward, nominate
of 21 and 23, Parramatta-Btreet,
a duly qualified citizen, ns Alderman for tho Baid Ward.
J. R. Treovo Samuel Andrews
Edward Raynos Frederick Morgan ?
AV. Bullock Daniel M'Kny
J. T. Nenio H. 0. Hambrock
Chas. Sweet L, Uhdo
Wm. Stoward H. Newton
A. Board AV. M'Call
J. Woods J. W. Worry
R. Pcatco G. Gleason
O. Williams J. Mackonzio
J. Dwyer J. Button
P. Kilpatrick M. Barnett !
James Miller A. Battlo
J. M'Lcan J. Bates, senior
T. O'Noill B. Middloton
Electors do not bo deceived, tho enemy havo nominated
TWO JOHN MURPHY'S; you will therefore have to bo
careful HOW YOU VOTE. Will you, tho intelligent
Electors, bo gulled by this unprincipled DODGE, If not
Mr. JOHN MURPHY",
of 21 and 23, Parramatta-stroot.
NO PAR CY MAN.
POLLING PLACE-Oddfellows' Hall.
t¡r#- REMEMBER, FRIDAY, 1st December.
Frederic Grant, Dowling-street.
DENISON WARD.
of Nos. 21 and 23, Parramatta-street.
Sydney, 25th November, 1871.
SR,—in accordance with the provisions of the Act (20
Victoria, No. 35), we the undersigned citizens qualified to
vote within Denison Ward, nominate
of 21 and 23, Parramatta-street,
a duly qualified citizen, as Alderman for the said Ward.
J. R. Treeve Samuel Andrews
Edward Raynos Frederick Morgan
W. Bullock Daniel M'Kay
J. T. Neale H. O. Hambrook
Chas. Sweet L. Uhde
Wm. Steward H. Newton
A. Board W. M'Call
J. Woods J. W. Werry
R. Pearce G. Gleeson
O. Williams J. Mackenzie
J. Dwyer J. Lutton
P. Kilpatrick M. Barnett
James Miller A. Battle
J. M'Lean J. Bates, senior
T. O'Neill B. Middleton
Electors do not be deceived, the enemy have nominated
TWO JOHN MURPHY'S; you will therefore have to be
careful HOW YOU VOTE. Will you, the intelligent
Electors, be gulled by this unprincipled DODGE, If not
Mr. JOHN MURPHY,
of 21 and 23, Parramatta-street.
NO PARTY MAN.
POLLING PLACE—Oddfellows' Hall.
REMEMBER, FRIDAY, 1st December.

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