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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,792,534
2 noelwoodhouse 3,903,065
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,281,667
5 Rhonda.M 3,106,958
...
20 andrewhawthorneast 1,276,285
21 JanMcDonald 1,218,461
22 mrbh 1,215,866
23 basilsheridan 1,168,719
24 newdeer 1,145,508
25 ooohgetyou 1,144,878

1,168,719 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4,135
September 2019 9,699
August 2019 5,129
July 2019 4,558
June 2019 5,712
May 2019 9,484
April 2019 4,732
March 2019 7,081
February 2019 4,752
January 2019 10,688
December 2018 10,551
November 2018 7,924
October 2018 10,533
September 2018 12,429
August 2018 9,741
July 2018 9,276
June 2018 7,856
May 2018 11,785
April 2018 8,661
March 2018 6,005
February 2018 10,165
January 2018 11,383
December 2017 15,281
November 2017 12,597
October 2017 13,151
September 2017 12,657
August 2017 16,035
July 2017 15,394
June 2017 16,495
May 2017 18,449
April 2017 10,401
March 2017 16,271
February 2017 9,736
January 2017 8,614
December 2016 5,720
November 2016 18,263
October 2016 18,395
September 2016 15,507
August 2016 16,490
July 2016 16,929
June 2016 3,359
May 2016 1,360
April 2016 7,075
March 2016 8,070
February 2016 6,434
January 2016 14,995
December 2015 15,309
November 2015 18,226
October 2015 15,481
September 2015 15,716
August 2015 17,477
July 2015 16,543
June 2015 17,424
May 2015 13,815
April 2015 10,625
March 2015 18,439
February 2015 12,722
January 2015 14,530
December 2014 12,801
November 2014 9,886
October 2014 16,407
September 2014 17,879
August 2014 14,249
July 2014 16,623
June 2014 16,867
May 2014 13,827
April 2014 12,524
March 2014 18,540
February 2014 13,504
January 2014 9,652
December 2013 16,875
November 2013 15,767
October 2013 16,675
September 2013 12,918
August 2013 10,858
July 2013 8,502
June 2013 11,333
May 2013 21,234
April 2013 15,396
March 2013 1,100
February 2013 8,304
January 2013 7,727
December 2012 16,079
November 2012 9,892
October 2012 13,882
September 2012 12,189
August 2012 12,345
July 2012 15,773
June 2012 12,957
May 2012 9,401
April 2012 11,356
March 2012 11,634
February 2012 12,389
January 2012 10,421
December 2011 4,503
November 2011 7,640
October 2011 8,398
September 2011 3,331
August 2011 1,807
July 2011 8,720
June 2011 290

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,792,332
2 noelwoodhouse 3,903,065
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,281,646
5 Rhonda.M 3,106,945
...
20 andrewhawthorneast 1,276,245
21 JanMcDonald 1,218,433
22 mrbh 1,215,818
23 basilsheridan 1,168,657
24 newdeer 1,145,508
25 ooohgetyou 1,143,852

1,168,657 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4,135
September 2019 9,699
August 2019 5,129
July 2019 4,558
June 2019 5,712
May 2019 9,484
April 2019 4,732
March 2019 7,081
February 2019 4,752
January 2019 10,688
December 2018 10,551
November 2018 7,924
October 2018 10,533
September 2018 12,429
August 2018 9,741
July 2018 9,276
June 2018 7,837
May 2018 11,780
April 2018 8,638
March 2018 6,005
February 2018 10,165
January 2018 11,373
December 2017 15,281
November 2017 12,597
October 2017 13,151
September 2017 12,657
August 2017 16,035
July 2017 15,394
June 2017 16,490
May 2017 18,449
April 2017 10,401
March 2017 16,271
February 2017 9,736
January 2017 8,614
December 2016 5,720
November 2016 18,263
October 2016 18,395
September 2016 15,507
August 2016 16,490
July 2016 16,929
June 2016 3,359
May 2016 1,360
April 2016 7,075
March 2016 8,070
February 2016 6,434
January 2016 14,995
December 2015 15,309
November 2015 18,226
October 2015 15,481
September 2015 15,716
August 2015 17,477
July 2015 16,543
June 2015 17,424
May 2015 13,815
April 2015 10,625
March 2015 18,439
February 2015 12,722
January 2015 14,530
December 2014 12,801
November 2014 9,886
October 2014 16,407
September 2014 17,879
August 2014 14,249
July 2014 16,623
June 2014 16,867
May 2014 13,827
April 2014 12,524
March 2014 18,540
February 2014 13,504
January 2014 9,652
December 2013 16,875
November 2013 15,767
October 2013 16,675
September 2013 12,918
August 2013 10,858
July 2013 8,502
June 2013 11,333
May 2013 21,234
April 2013 15,396
March 2013 1,100
February 2013 8,304
January 2013 7,727
December 2012 16,079
November 2012 9,892
October 2012 13,882
September 2012 12,189
August 2012 12,345
July 2012 15,773
June 2012 12,957
May 2012 9,401
April 2012 11,356
March 2012 11,634
February 2012 12,389
January 2012 10,421
December 2011 4,503
November 2011 7,640
October 2011 8,398
September 2011 3,331
August 2011 1,807
July 2011 8,720
June 2011 290

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,763
2 PhilThomas 129,091
3 mickbrook 108,211
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,233
...
557 MarkGattenhof 63
558 MikeYoung 63
559 Paul-Taro-Seto 63
560 basilsheridan 62
561 bluefilly 62
562 jedolame7 62

62 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2018 19
May 2018 5
April 2018 23
January 2018 10
June 2017 5


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Local and General. (Article), Cobram Courier (Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 23 January 1896 [Issue No.21] page 6 2019-10-17 19:31 LocrI mid General.
a meeting of the Cobram Turf Club
committee will be held at Hendall'a Cob-
rani'botel on Tuesday evening next, when
of members, as a lot of important busi
Everything points fo a successful
demonstration in the show greund on
Saturday afternoon next. Those in
the principal hsndioap. events are doe this
evening. The log-chopping oontest has
to (he Victoria Hall adjoining the stores,
considerably, and when the other ad
ditional voik is completed, the place will
evaluation of the Shjre nf Tnngamah at
Mr O. O'Brien, of Boosey, hed the mis
fortune oh Sunday leet to lose two valuable
milking oowa, in full profit, through eat
paddock"uuknownto Mr O'Brien, and the
similar to those of the case reoently re
ported from Tallygaroopua.
An advertisement appesrs in another
column regarding the annuel races of the
Numurkah Tflrf Club which take plaoo ou
Wednesday, 6,th prox. A most attractive
including the Sclipee Stake® of 50 sots,
machine (Howard's patent) a very in
teresting meeting should result. Nomina
tions for the principal events oloae with
the eeoreUry (Mr W. G. McKinney, jun.)
at the Standard office to-morrow evening.
TeBterday the price of wheat in Cob
ram was 4s 7£d, and at this figure a good
mnv aales ar« beins made. New South
Wales wheat is worth up to 3s 6jd at
Cobram,
Cobram races on 7th prox close with the
recrolary at the Cou&ieb office on Satur
for the races is oue that will compare
Melbourne, and es the work of its careful
prepiration is in competent hands, owners'
the races proving a great euooess, and all
purchased at auction iu Numurkah last
Friday afternoon by MrG. O.Brandon,
of Mooroopna, for £19 1Q?, uaat year
(he booth realized £15. Mr D,
McNamara, the lion, auctioneer, kept tbe
bidders. The two boothB for the Numur
kah races brought a total of £36, Mr
traders, and it ia hard to aay what will
farmer's representatives Bhould be on the
from Melbourne " Punch : " — "George
Nethercott erstwhile Melbourne offioal of
to the Coolg&idie branch, is bow one of
prominent mining agents and sharebrukere
year. Better than banking at £290 &
year I"
The construction of tbe railway from
been satisfactorily settled, and arrange
MrT. Kelly, C.E., in his capacity as
Thistle Inspector, has an important an
thistles known as the " B&thurat Burr,"
" Canadian Thistle," Saffron Thistle," and
proceedings will be taken against thoee
wishes, and ns the minimum penalty for a
We are desired to stale that the grain
buyers of Cobram will cIobq their offices
Mr MTarland of Barooga, who last
Riveriua let to farmers under the half-
share system has, says the "Numurkah
StancUrd " made a fairly large Bum cut
of the venture, bis estimated wheat
is worth in Berrigan 3s8JJ, and assum
bushels the price per bag is 15s, or £9,7G0.
Thie, sum leaves, after paying for the
the ordinary contract) soni9thing over
£i per acre to represent rent. Mr
wo are told, he having financed some of
them liberally aud shown them every
and it is probable they wiil continue on
contract as was in force bet year.
tha sals of Australian Natives' Art Union
tickets. Some valuable prises are being
given on this occasion. Tbe first is £050,
that does uot suit, lie may take a twelve
all expenses paid, aud £250 in cash ; or
and the same amount iu cash. In
139 others, making up a total of ralue of
which arc only Is. each, may be obtained
as the run upou them is stated to bo
tiokets should remember that a coupon
isattached to each one, which, if filled in
and eeiit to the secretary, may win £50.
present at the f£te, which promises to be
a great sucoess. Excursion trains will
this iu mind.
oaeurred last night about 8 o'clock, in the
river opposite the boateheds. It appears
that a young man named B. F. Murray, a
clerk in tbe employ of Mr IB. F, Pigott,
attempted to twiin tbo river in company with
failed him and ho sank, but on eoming to the
and went to Lis assistance, on which Murray
caught hold of his would-be reecuer aud both
went under for some time Kendall managed
to bring him up to the top again, when be
woe joined by Mr D&o. Hamilton and these
two helped Murray towards the bauk, but
place was token by Mr J. McLean. All
parties evontually reached the bauk safely.
Ifessra J. M'Namara & Co. announce in
our advertising columns that (bey will hold
stock, fmplemeute, etc., at Katuoga, next
LocaI and General.
——:o:——
A meeting of the Cobram Turf Club
committee will be held at Kendall's Cob-
ram hotel on Tuesday evening next, when
of members, as a lot of important busi-
Everything points to a successful
demonstration in the show ground on
Saturday afternoon next. Those in-
the principal handicap events are due this
evening. The log-chopping contest has
to the Victoria Hall adjoining the stores,
considerably, and when the other ad-
ditional work is completed, the place will
valuation of the Shire of Tungamah at
Mr. C. O'Brien, of Boosey, had the mis-
fortune on Sunday last to lose two valuable
milking cows, in full profit, through eat-
paddock unknown to Mr. O'Brien, and the
similar to those of the case recently re-
ported from Tallygaroopna.
An advertisement appears in another
column regarding the annual races of the
Numurkah Turf Club which take place on
Wednesday, 5th prox. A most attractive
including the Eclipse Stakes of 50 sovs,
machine (Howard's patent) a very in-
teresting meeting should result. Nomina-
tions for the principal events close with
the secretary (Mr. W. G. McKinney, jun.)
at the STANDARD office to-morrow evening.
Yesterday the price of wheat in Cob-
ram was 4s. 7½d., and at this figure a good
many sales are being made. New South
Wales wheat is worth up to 3s. 6¾d. at
Cobram.
Cobram races on 7th prox. close with the
secretary at the COURIER office on Satur-
for the races is one that will compare
Melbourne, and as the work of its careful
preparation is in competent hands, owners'
the races proving a great success, and all
purchased at auction in Numurkah last
Friday afternoon by Mr. G. O. Brandon,
of Mooroopna, for £19 10s. Last year
the booth realized £15. Mr. D.
McNamara, the hon. auctioneer, kept the
bidders. The two booths for the Numur-
kah races brought a total of £36, Mr.
traders, and it is hard to say what will
farmer's representatives should be on the
from Melbourne " Punch : " — " George
Nethercott erstwhile Melbourne offical of
to the Coolgardie branch, is now one of
prominent mining agents and sharebrokers
year. Better than banking at £290
year. "
The construction of the railway from
been satisfactorily settled, and arrange-
Mr. T. Kelly, C.E., in his capacity as
Thistle Inspector, has an important an-
thistles known as the " Bathurst Burr, "
" Canadian Thistle," " Saffron Thistle, " and
proceedings will be taken against those
wishes, and as the minimum penalty for a
We are desired to state that the grain
buyers of Cobram will close their offices
Mr. M'Farland of Barooga, who last
Riverina let to farmers under the half-
share system has, says the " Numurkah
Standard " made a fairly large sum out
of the venture, his estimated wheat
is worth in Berrigan 3s. 8½d., and assum-
bushels the price per bag is 15s, or £9,760.
This, sum leaves, after paying for the
the ordinary contract) something over
£1 per acre to represent rent. Mr
we are told, he having financed some of
them liberally and shown them every
and it is probable they will continue on
contract as was in force last year.
tha sale of Australian Natives' Art Union
tickets. Some valuable prizes are being
given on this occasion. The first is £650,
that does not suit, he may take a twelve
all expenses paid, and £250 in cash ; or
and the same amount in cash. In
129 others, making up a total of value of
which are only 1s. each, may be obtained
as the run upon them is stated to be
tickets should remember that a coupon
is attached to each one, which, if filled in
and sent to the secretary, may win £50.
present at the fète, which promises to be
a great success. Excursion trains will
this in mind.
occurred last night about 8 o'clock, in the
river opposite the boatsheds. It appears
that a young man named R. F. Murray, a
clerk in the employ of Mr. E. F. Pigott,
attempted to swim the river in company with
failed him and he sank, but on coming to the
and went to his assistance, on which Murray
caught hold of his would-be rescuer and both
went under for some time. Kendall managed
to bring him up to the top again, when he
was joined by Mr. Dan. Hamilton and these
two helped Murray towards the bank, but
place was taken by Mr. J. McLean. All
parties eventually reached the bank safely.
Messrs. J. M'Namara & Co. announce in
our advertising columns that they will hold
stock, implements, etc., at Katunga, next
THE [?]ICTCIAI PROGRAMME (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Friday 15 December 1899 [Issue No.256] page 4 2019-10-17 15:49 2lst last. No particnlars have yet tran-
2lst last. No particulars have yet tran-
THE [?]ICTCIAI PROGRAMME (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Friday 15 December 1899 [Issue No.256] page 4 2019-10-17 15:35
THE [?]ICTCIAI PROGRAMME (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Friday 15 December 1899 [Issue No.256] page 4 2019-10-17 15:34 DEATH OF MR
G. NETHERCOTT.—The
news has been
received privately that
Mr
Geoige Nethercott,
a
one time
2lst last
No particnlars have yet transpired.
Mr
Nethercott,
it
will
be
ui the Bank of Australasia. Numurkah,
and
subsequently
managed
branches.
He was at Karamatite and Tungamah,
leaving the
latter place for
Western
Australia and going
thence to South
Africa.
Mrs Nethercott, who has one
child, resides at
Tnngamah
with
mother.
Much sympathy is felt throughout
DEATH OF MR. G. NETHERCOTT.— The
news has been received privately that
Mr. George Nethercott, a one time
2lst last. No particnlars have yet tran-
spired. Mr. Nethercott, it will be
in the Bank of Australasia. Numurkah,
and subsequently managed branches.
He was at Katamatite and Tungamah,
leaving the latter place for Western
Australia and going thence going to South
Africa. Mrs Nethercott, who has one
child, resides at Tungamah with her
mother. Much sympathy is felt throughout
AUSTRALIA'S ROLL OF HONOR Killed. (Article), Shepparton News (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Monday 31 December 1917 [Issue No.102] page 3 2019-10-16 23:48 in action on November 28.. He
was the youngest son of Mrs
Gideon and the late Gideon Tel
ford (formerly of Tungamall and
Robert Telford (l.ongreach,
Field Artillery}, and the late
New Zealand.''
in action on November 28. He
was the youngest son of Mrs.
Gideon and the late Gideon Tel-
ford (formerly of Tungamah and
Robert Telford (Longreach,
(Field Artillery), and the late
New Zealand.)
Local and General (Article), Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1958), Thursday 7 July 1938 page 2 2019-10-15 22:29 Lccai and Genera!
The monthly meeting of the Jer
on Saturday morning next', 9th inst.
The next meeting of the direc
tors of the Jerilderie District Hos
pital will be held on Thursday ev
| Che last meeting 01 the present
| Board, as the triennial elections will
e be held during the ensuing month.
| Nominations for five directors to be
5 elected by the subscribers close with
| the Secretary (Mr. A. E. McVitty)
I on Saturday, 30th inst., and in the
I event of more nominations being
| received than the number to be el
a ected, an election will be held on \
| 15th ' August. The remaining four j
3 members of the Board are Govern- !
| ment nominees and' are not elected
| but hold office until they retire (or
; are retired). -
5
j
s The annual meeting of subscribers
| of the Jerilderie , Mechanics' Instit
9 ute will be held on Tuesday, 26th
| inst., at 8 p.m.
9
I The annual' meeting of members
\ of the Jerilderie Rifle Club will he
§ held. on Saturday evening next, 9th
§. inst., at 9 p.m.
?%. '?
| The sale is reported of the lease S
| of the Jerilderie Hotel by Mr. J. V. ]
^ Pedley to Mr. C. F. Telford, who
| takes early possession. Mr. Telford j
9 is not unknown in thease districts, j
| having carried on shearing contrac- j
£ ting at different sheds for some i
| years past.
| Major . M. A. Fergusson (son of
| Mrs. E. Fergus-son, of Jerilderie),
9 who has acted as representative of
| the firm of Australian Estates, at
9 Corowa, will be leaving shortly for
| Euroa (Vic.), where he will open a
| branch of his firm. On Monday ev
| ening last Corowa returned sold
| iers tendered a send-off to Major
3 Fergusson prior to his departure.
| The president of the sub-branch,
9 Mr. R. T. Bryen, on behalf of those
I present, made the presentation of
| a crystal decanter to Major Fergus
| son. ?
a
g The police are now satisfied that
| the man whose body was recovered
s from the Murray River near Toc
| umwal on Saturday, week, took his
3 own life. The Government medical
| officer (Dr. Palmer) made an ex
! haustive examination of the dead
is* man's skull. He formed the opin
| ion that the man had' shot himself
s through the right eye,, the bullet
| causing a fracture of the skull.
| W. Young (jockey) was disquali
| fied for six months at Deniliquin
$ races on June 8th, .with the horso
| Mulrita. for not trying to win on
g the horse. He appealed to the Aus
| tralian Jockey Club and the appeal
9 was upheld.
3
I The racing mare, Maypole (David
| —Queen Carnival), owned by Mr.
| O. R. Falkiner, has been sent to
@ Melbourne to be trained by the
g successful mentor, W. Burke, who
p has achieved success with others of
| the progeny of David as jumpers,
C. and consistent in picnic and' open
| events in the country while train
b ed by J. Watters, of Deniliquin, and
| she may do well in her class at
e headquarters.
6
| According to reports received by
9 the .Department of Agriculture,
| there is 110 foundation for the re
| port that the drug 'hashish' was
| being secretly cultivated' in the Cas
| ino district. A local officer said that
s he hacl heard rumors that the drug
P was beln grown in the district, but
» had not -taken them seriously. He
f had made investigations and found
s that there was no foundation for
| the rumors.
I
jg There are 51 P.P. Boards function
| ing in the central and eastern div
| isions of this State. Of these boards
® 47 have already abolished the 'T'
& .
| The State Cabinet has commuted
| the death sentence imposed on two
s- capital cases. The sentences in
| each case will be imprisonment for
s life. The prisoners concerned are
| Henry Thomas Mansell, convicted
?& at Narandera of the murder of
| J ames . Dickins, in December last
| year,v and Harold George Thomas,
| who was found guilty of an offence
| against a girl at a school near West
§ Wyalong.
&
3 When members of a deputation
| which sought hospital facilities at'
3 Liverpool mentioned on Monday
| that, in the event of a diphtheria
| outbreak, there, would be no f acili-
g ties for the treatment of children,
| the Minister for Health (Mr. Fitz
3 Simons) said there, should be no
| diphtheria in any district. 'To-day
immunisation is 100 per cent, safe
and 59 per cent, certain,' he said.
'Yet in 1936 there were 7000 'cases
when they pleaded guilty to char
were imposed by Mr. W. S. Brom
head, S.M., at the rates of 5/- and'
10/- for each skin found in defen
carried out by the Sydney detect
The Premier (Mr. Stevens) an
yeaiv would be approximately £60,
r I. Beavers, P.M., fined Frederick
{ Boyes £1, with 25/3 costs, for hav
» ing used gill nets in the Murray
j River,
Local and General
———<>———
The monthly meeting of the Jer-
on Saturday morning next, 9th inst.
The next meeting of the direc-
tors of the Jerilderie District Hos-
pital will be held on Thursday ev-
the last meeting of the present
Board, as the triennial elections will
be held during the ensuing month.
Nominations for five directors to be
elected by the subscribers close with
the Secretary (Mr. A. E. McVitty)
on Saturday, 30th inst., and in the
event of more nominations being
received than the number to be el-
ected, an election will be held on
15th August. The remaining four
members of the Board are Govern-
ment nominees and are not elected
but hold office until they retire (or
are retired).

The annual meeting of subscribers
of the Jerilderie Mechanics' Instit-
ute will be held on Tuesday, 26th
inst., at 8 p.m.

The annual meeting of members
of the Jerilderie Rifle Club will be
held on Saturday evening next, 9th
inst., at 9 p.m.

The sale is reported of the lease
of the Jerilderie Hotel by Mr. J. V.
Pedley to Mr. C. F. Telford, who
takes early possession. Mr. Telford
is not unknown in these districts,
having carried on shearing contrac-
ting at different sheds for some
years past.
Major M. A. Fergusson (son of
Mrs. E. Fergusson, of Jerilderie),
who has acted as representative of
the firm of Australian Estates, at
Corowa, will be leaving shortly for
Euroa (Vic.), where he will open a
branch of his firm. On Monday ev-
ening last Corowa returned sold-
iers tendered a send-off to Major
Fergusson prior to his departure.
The president of the sub-branch,
Mr. R. T. Bryen, on behalf of those
present, made the presentation of
a crystal decanter to Major Fergus-
son.

The police are now satisfied that
the man whose body was recovered
from the Murray River near Toc-
umwal on Saturday week, took his
own life. The Government medical
officer (Dr. Palmer) made an ex-
haustive examination of the dead
man's skull. He formed the opin-
ion that the man had shot himself
through the right eye, the bullet
causing a fracture of the skull.
W. Young (jockey) was disquali-
fied for six months at Deniliquin
races on June 8th, with the horse
Mulrita, for not trying to win on
the horse. He appealed to the Aus-
tralian Jockey Club and the appeal
was upheld.

The racing mare, Maypole (David
— Queen Carnival), owned by Mr.
O. R. Falkiner, has been sent to
Melbourne to be trained by the
successful mentor, W. Burke, who
has achieved success with others of
the progeny of David as jumpers.
and consistent in picnic and open
events in the country while train-
ed by J. Watters, of Deniliquin, and
she may do well in her class at
headquarters.

According to reports received by
the Department of Agriculture,
there is no foundation for the re-
port that the drug " hashish " was
being secretly cultivated in the Cas-
ino district. A local officer said that
he had heard rumors that the drug
was being grown in the district, but
had not taken them seriously. He
had made investigations and found
that there was no foundation for
the rumors.

There are 51 P.P. Boards function-
ing in the central and eastern div-
isions of this State. Of these boards
47 have already abolished the " T "

The State Cabinet has commuted
the death sentence imposed on two
capital cases. The sentences in
each case will be imprisonment for
life. The prisoners concerned are
Henry Thomas Mansell, convicted
at Narandera of the murder of
year, and Harold George Thomas,
who was found guilty of an offence
against a girl at a school near West
Wyalong.

When members of a deputation
which sought hospital facilities at
Liverpool mentioned on Monday
that, in the event of a diphtheria
ties for the treatment of children,
the Minister for Health (Mr. Fitz-
simons) said there, should be no
diphtheria in any district. " To-day
immunisation is 100 per cent. safe
and 99 per cent. certain, he said.
" Yet in 1936 there were 7000 cases
preventible. "
when they pleaded guilty to char-
were imposed by Mr. W. S. Brom-
head, S.M., at the rates of 5/- and
10/- for each skin found in defen-
carried out by the Sydney detect-
The Premier (Mr. Stevens) an-
year would be approximately £60,-
I. Beavers, P.M., fined Frederick
Boyes £1, with 25/6 costs, for hav-
ing used gill nets in the Murray
River.
Advertising (Advertising), Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1958), Thursday 21 July 1938 page 2 2019-10-15 14:23 ed with modern scientific equip
ment, supported, by skill and exper
OPTOMETRIST, NARANDERA
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ed with modern scientific equip-
ment, supported, by skill and exper
OPTOMETRIST, NARANDERA.
NEXT VISIT :
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BERRIGAN. — Federal Hotel, Fri-
JERILDERIE. — Telford's Hotel, Sat-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 19 May 1937 [Issue No.31,006] page 14 2019-10-15 14:01 WILSON.-May 17, 1937, at Springwood, Herbert
WILSON.— May 17, 1937, at Springwood, Herbert
"OLD BOY'S" SPORTING REVIEW HEAD OF THE RIVER (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 11 May 1940 [Issue No.4,767] page 14 2019-10-15 13:52 " OLD BOY'S " SPORTING REVIEW I
HEAD OF THE RIVER
"T LEFT school in 1867," said S. P.
A Wilson, the doyen of the Old Gee
copy of "The Boarders' Dinner Hour,"
a song composed by "Billy" Anderson, for
of "So Early in the Morning." In order
sitting near him, "for heaven's sake don't
try to sing." Prank Boilleau made a
" OLD BOY'S " SPORTING REVIEW
HEAD OF THE RIVER.
" I LEFT school in 1867, " said S. P.
Wilson, the doyen of the Old Gee-
copy of " The Boarders' Dinner Hour, "
a song composed by " Billy " Anderson, for
of " So Early in the Morning. " In order
sitting near him, " for heaven's sake don't
try to sing. " Prank Boilleau made a
"OLD BOY'S" SPORTING REVIEW HEAD OF THE RIVER (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 11 May 1940 [Issue No.4,767] page 14 2019-10-15 13:34 "OLD BOY'S" SPORTING REVIEW I
" OLD BOY'S " SPORTING REVIEW I

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