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1 JohnWarren 5,746,131
2 noelwoodhouse 3,875,445
3 NeilHamilton 3,415,739
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,980
5 Rhonda.M 3,053,042
...
4110 Trovatrice 5,260
4111 wendylugg 5,260
4112 lawnmowerman 5,258
4113 autumnstar 5,254
4114 glymal 5,251
4115 PaulEve 5,247

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August 2019 1,627
May 2019 133
April 2019 1,574
April 2018 340
May 2017 745
August 2016 352
July 2016 483

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1 JohnWarren 5,745,929
2 noelwoodhouse 3,875,445
3 NeilHamilton 3,415,610
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,959
5 Rhonda.M 3,053,029
...
4136 dstowell 5,190
4137 julie007 5,188
4138 jusgrusumjem 5,188
4139 autumnstar 5,187
4140 emzz 5,185
4141 angibyrne 5,184

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August 2019 1,596
May 2019 133
April 2019 1,574
April 2018 340
May 2017 745
August 2016 316
July 2016 483

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1 jaybee67 304,973
2 PhilThomas 122,944
3 mickbrook 106,637
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 47,618
...
513 Slitch 68
514 straboe1 68
515 Atwork11 67
516 autumnstar 67
517 coombe.id.au 67
518 genean 67

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DIRTY PREMISES Final Notices Posted (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 29 April 1926 [Issue No.2621] page 7 2019-08-30 19:23 - Final Notices Posted
Tho Inspector reported to Adams
town Council last night thut he had
'insp'ectedi BavqralV ^shopB and business
? premises, and had .found' casos whoro
'manure' tiinw wero - riot jjrovldod. and
yards Verb dirty: 'V
; Alderman oou«dns: Wo' should' give
'flnal -noticed to these people.
The t6wn clcrlc said that he had
posted final notiuos, intimating what
the Board of Health had' said, some
Aldurman Cousins moved that fail
ing tho carrying -5ut of tho Board of
should pi'oeocute.
Alderman Wiggins moved that tlio
council supp'y tho inspector with a
This motion also was carrlcd.
Final Notices Posted
The inspector reported to Adams-
town Council last night that he had
inspected several shops and business
premises, and had found cases where
manure bins were not provided and
yards were dirty.
Alderman Cousins: We should give
final notices to these people.
The town clerk said that he had
posted final notices, intimidating what
the Board of Health had said, some
three weeks ago.
Alderman Cousins moved that fail-
ing the carrying out of the Board of
should prosecute.
Alderman Wiggins moved that the
council supply the inspector with a
This motion was also carried.
NON-POLITICAL New Progress Association (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 29 April 1926 [Issue No.2621] page 7 2019-08-30 19:21 New Progress. Association
At the first meeting of tho recently
formed Now Lambton eastern area
progress association last night, it waa
Hotol, at Adamstown.
Mr. S. Elliott was appointed presi
Mr. E. S. Lane socretary, for six
months. An annual contribution of *2s
6d was agreed upon.
Mr. Elliott Buggestod that it would
be better to form a working commit
tee ot seven, bo that xnattors could be
referred to it, instead of having to call j
a goneriu meeting. This was agreed
A genoral meeting of tho associa
tion will be held on tho last Wednes
ImSktntyro Movement
Deofarlns It to bo a long-felt want
for the good of tho district, residents
of LuBlntyro havo formed a progress
association. Tho Hist uihcois ut-o: ?
President, Mr. A. Burgess; secrotary,
Mr. P. Itutsoll; treasurer, Mr. R. Bat
tler.
New Progress Association
At the first meeting of the recently
formed New Lambton eastern area
progress association last night, it was
Hotel, at Adamstown.
Mr. S. Elliott was appointed presi-
Mr. E. S. Lane secretary, for six
months. An annual contribution of 2s
4d was agreed upon.
Mr. Elliot suggested that it would
be better to form a working comit-
tee of seven, so that matters could be
referred to it, instead of having to call
a general meeting. This was agreed
A general meeting of the associa-
tion will be held on the last Wednes-
Luskintyre Movement
Declaring it to be a long-felt want
for the good of the district, residents
of Lusintyre have formed a progress
association. The first officers are:—
President, Mr. A. Burgess, secretary,
Mr. P. Russell; treasurer, Mr. R. Sat-
tier.
In The Social Circle Personal Pars (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 29 April 1926 [Issue No.2621] page 7 2019-08-29 21:45 [?]
Mra. T. Blackall, of Nowcafltle, 1*
spending a holiday In Sydney.
Mr, and Mrs. Eric Morris, of West
Maitland, aro visiting Katoomba aa
the guc8la ot Mrs. Lbsllo Amott.
aro spending a holiday at Loura.
Hamilton, accompanied t-y Mrs. Ro
bert J. Grlerson, of Waratah, aro
Tho Sacrod Heart Church, Hamil
April 24, when Eileen, eldest daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bailey,
of 'Edewyl,' Hannoll-streot, Wick
ham, was married to Thomas, aon of
Mr. and Mrs. Coldrako, of Cessnock.
Father Peters, who was assisted In
Youll, Carlton, and Fordo.
As tho brido entered tho church the
honor, and luter placed tho cloak of
the order over the bride, as sho knolt
During the service, Miss Enid Halo
8ang.'Our Father,' and Mrs. John
son sang 'Ave Maria.' Miss Mary
O'Connor was at the organ. * ' ;;
,;Thb bride was. given away by 'her
father. Sho wore a handsome gown
of white crepo-de-chine, heavily
beaded In silver, and trimmed 'with
sliver lace. A feature of her dress
ing waa tho liandsomo veil of Prin
roses and dahlias, and wore a dia
Thero wero two bridesmaids, Miss
frock of cyclamen crepe-do-chlne,
with a tulle cap, and Miss NclUo'
Bailey, whoso gown was of silver lace
over a sheath of pink. Her soft tuilo
of the brldogroom. Mr. Jack Bailey
groomsman. Mr. Wild acted as ush
hold at tho Railway Hall, Wick
ham, which was elaborately decorat
ed with white and gold. The - bridal
party stood under a bell of sllvor,
.from which showered confotti and
.roso leaves.
Mrs. Bailoy wore a smart gown of
black, heavily beaded, and a cinna
mon brown hat; Mrs. Coldrako, a
hat; . Mrs.. Wild, cinnamon brown
georgette, and a' brown hat; MIbs-M.
Wild, blue beaded georgette, and a !
hat to 'match. Miss E. Wild, a gown |
of blue, embroidered in blue, bluo |
hat; Mrs. Halo, black morocain, black i
and white hat; Miss Enid Hale, bluo!
croriA morflftftln. hltin tin#. I
THE SOCIAL CIRCLE
Mrs. T. Blackall, of Newcastle, is
spending a holiday in Sydney.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Morris, of West
Maitland, are visiting Katoomba as
the guests of Mrs. Leslie Arnott.
are spending a holiday at Lours.
Hamilton, accompanied by Mrs. Ro-
bert J. Grierson, of Waratah, are
The Sacred Heart Church, Hamil-
April 24, when Eileen, eldest daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey,
of "Edewyl," Hannell-street, Wick-
ham, was married to Thomas, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Coldrake, of Cessnock.
Father Peters, who was assisted in
Youll, Carlton and Forde.
As the bride entered the church the
honor, and later placed the cloak of
the order over the bride, as she knelt
During the service, Miss Enid Hale
sang "Our Father," and Mrs. John-
son sang "Ave Maria." Miss Mary
O'Connor was at the organ.
The bridge was given away by her
father. She wore a handsome gown
of white crepe-de-chine, heavily
beaded in silver, and trimmed with
silver lace. A feature of her dress-
ing was the handsome veil of Prin-
roses and dahlias, and wore a dia-
There were two bridesmaids, Miss
frock of cyclamen crepe-de-chine,
with a tulle cap, and Miss Nellie
Bailey, whose gown was of silver lace
over a sheath of pink. Her soft tulle
of the bridegroom. Mr. Jack Bailey
groomsman. Mr. Wild acted as ush-
er.
held at the Railway Hall, Wick-
ham, which was elaborately decorat-
ed with white and gold. The bridal
party stood under a bell of silver,
from which showered confetti and
rose leaves.
Mrs. Bailey wore a smart gown of
black, heavily beaded, and a cinna-
mon brown hat; Mrs. Coldrake, a
hat; Mrs. Wild, cinnamon brown
georgette, and a brown hat; Miss M.
Wild, blue beaded georgette, and a
hat to match; Miss E. Wild, a gown
of blue, embroidered in a blue, embroidered in blue, blue
hat; Mrs. Hale black morocain, black
and white hat; Miss Enid Hale, blue
crepe morocain, blue hat.
MELBOURNE (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 29 April 1926 [Issue No.2621] page 8 2019-08-29 21:32 , v C.O: Children's hour. 6.45; News ser
vices. u:C.53; Weather synopsis, shipping
movements. .-. 6.57: -Stock Exchange and
market reports. .
; ' 7.20 to 11.0:- Speakers, Mr. J. H. Lord,
Mr, -Hugh Egan, Mr.!C. H. Kuttall. Tiv
!o1| Theatres: Norman Pill,- humorist; Nor
maJi Dradohuw. tei'or Lnn O'Dohnell and
the Pmlinsen.v donr* orchestra.
6.0: Children's hour. 6.45: News ser-
vices. 6.53: Weather synopsis, shipping
movements. 6.57: Stock Exchange and
market reports.
7.20 to 11.0: Speakers, Mr. J. H. LOrd,
Mr. Hugh Egan, Mr. C. H. Nuttall. Tiv-
oli Theatres: Norman Pill humorist, Nor-
man Bradshaw, tenor, Les O'Donnell and
the
Through the Eye of a Camera— News of the Hour in Topical Pictures. (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 29 April 1926 [Issue No.2621] page 8 2019-08-29 21:30 v Through the Eye of a Camera—
: w.- News of the Hour in Topical Pictured
GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF THINGS.— A
PEER'S ARTIST BRIDE.— The Mar
-? quis of Queensberry and Miss Mann'
?Who could never be half sick of shadows when the shadows are ?
. . ? like this.
THE SOFT BEAUTY of an autumn evening robbed the jettv and boatshed at Leichhardt of all
called him Billy in tlios- days
PLENTY TO DO. YET—
Hyde Park, in Sydnev, still
looks like a battlefcld.
Till- IRON DIGGLK i n.
larised by the Sydnt., I...il
THIS ONCE WAS A PARK. — Wynyard-square. sacrificed 01
Through the Eye of a Camera--
-- News of the Hour in Topical Pictures
GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF THINGS.—a
PEER'S ARTIST BRIDE.—The Mar-
quis of Queensberry and Miss Mann
Who could never be half sick of shadows when the shadows are
like this.
THE SOFT BEAUTY of an autumn evening robbed the jetty and boatshed at Leichhardt of all
called him Billy in those days
PLENTY TO DO YET.—
Hyde Park, in Sydney, still
looks like a battlefield.
THE IRON DIGGER popu-
larised by the Sydney Rail-
THIS ONCE WAS A PARK.—Wynyard-square sacrificed on
FINED AGAIN Fireman's Experience (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Wednesday 28 April 1926 [Issue No.2620] page 5 2019-08-29 20:04 . FINED AGAIN
Honry Spriggs (43) had just lbft
Newcastle Pollco Court on Saturday
with a £5 fine to ruminate upon, when
ho was rc-arrestod. this time on a
charge of having used obscene Ian-'
guage. ' .-..,
? Ho wns charged with tho offonco'
this morning and- denied It. After
S.M., noted that there ; were two . pre
vious convictions. ?? .
- Sprlgg3 was fined £5 or ono month's
imprisonment in default. He scorned
satisfied. 'Thank you, your Worship,'
ho said.' s .?,-',-.
FINED AGAIN
Henry Spriggs (43) had just left
Newcastle Police Court on Saturday
with a £5 fine to ruminate upon when
he was re-arrested, this time on a
charge of having used obscene lan-
He was charged with the offence
this morning and denied it. After
S.M., noted that there were two pre-
vious convictions.
Spriggs was fined £5 or one month's
imprisonment in default. He seemed
satisfied. "Thank you, your Worship,"
he said.
Not Always the Man (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Wednesday 28 April 1926 [Issue No.2620] page 5 2019-08-29 20:02 i miiiinummi miiiiiiiiih .
I Not Always the ? Man |
1 . — » — i
'If It always a matter of course?:1 ?
. said Mr. Shropshire, S.M., at New
c&Btle Court this morning, when a '?
solicitor said that there was no need i
for an aisuranca that a wife (his i
client) would not trouble her hulband. :
'Is It .always a matter of .«ur«e,? j
The experience In this court very fre- 1
qU°ntly Is that tho trouble conies \
from the other side,'1- added' ? Mr. !
I Shropshire. : ? . ? i

Not Always the Man

"Is it always a matter of course?"
said Mr. Shropshire, S.M., at New-
castle Court this morning, when a
solicitor said that there was no need
for an assurance that a wife (his
client) would not trouble her husband.
"Is it always a matter of course?
The experience in this court very fre-
quently is that the trouble comes
from the other side," added Mr.
Shropshire.
Stockton School Fences (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Wednesday 28 April 1926 [Issue No.2620] page 5 2019-08-29 19:59 _ . - j
Stockton School Fences;
« Mr. Connoll, M.L.A., has buen In
M formed by thu Minister for Education
M with reference to Ills roprcHontatlons
m on the necessity for' repairs to tho
m . fencing at the Stockton public-school,
? that, in view of tho largo nnmbor of
? cases of greater urgency, ho Is unablo
m to authorise: this work at present.'
M . Tho mutter will receive consldcra
IW tlon. howoveiyoarly In tho next flnan-.
I r -. ?: ?;?/;.

Stockton School Fences
Mr. Connell, M.L.A., has been in-
formed by the Minister for Education
with reference to his representations
on the necessity for repairs to the
fencing at the Stockton public school,
that, in view of the large number of
cases of greater urgency, he is unable
to authorise this work at present.
The matter will receive considera-
tion, however, early in the next finan-
cial year.
Motorists in Court (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Wednesday 28 April 1926 [Issue No.2620] page 5 2019-08-29 19:48 ??:/:. Motorists in Court
Maxwell Martin Cor, who was ar
: rested In the early hours of tho
,a motor 'car While ho, .was under tho
Influence of luuor.-: ? -;. .
Ho pleaded not guilty, and asked
fot a remand, which was granted to
Ma/ 14. ,-?;,:?;
For havlntf driven a motor cyclo In
n dangerous manner, Cecil Holmes
was lined £6, with 8s costs, in default,
one month's imprisonment. .
Noel L. Loeuo' pleaded /ullty to a
charge of not having returned a mo
tor license nt its expiry, and was lin
ed 10s with Ss costs, or three- days'
imprisonment. ''
Motorists in Court
Maxwell Martin Cox, who was ar-
rested in the early hours of the
a motor car while he was under the
influence of liquor.
He pleaded not guilty, and asked
for a remand, which was granted to
May 14.
For having driven a motor cycle in
a dangerous manner, Cecil Holmes
was fined £5, with 8s costs, in default,
one month's imprisonment.
Noel L. Logue pleaded guilty to a
charge of not having returned a mo-
tor license at its expiry, and was fin-
ed 10s with 8s costs, or three days'
imprisonment.
WHEELERS' DISPUTE Aberdare Extended Idle (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Wednesday 28 April 1926 [Issue No.2620] page 5 2019-08-29 19:46 , Aberdare Extended Idle
: ? \
Aberdare Extended colliory was ldlo
to-day. ' ^
'It is understood that a dispute arose
between whoolorB and tho manage
ment, at starting time this morning-,,
on tho question of additional payment
? for working in a section whero a brok
en roof was being repaired. It la ox
pected that tho pit will resume to
Aberdare Extended Idle

Aberdare Extended colliery was idle
to-day.
It is understood that a dispute arose
between wheelers and the manage-
ment, at starting time this morning,
on the question of additional payment
for working in a section where a brok-
en roof was being repaired. It is ex-
pected that the pit will resume to-

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