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1 JohnWarren 5,788,674
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,718
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,278,145
5 Rhonda.M 3,103,123
...
1278 KerryRaymond 29,575
1279 stephenbuchanan 29,525
1280 albarfoot 29,512
1281 davit130 29,510
1282 Archivist1788 29,413
1283 helen.b 29,395

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October 2019 166
September 2019 92
August 2019 26
July 2019 14
May 2019 547
March 2018 23
February 2018 56
January 2018 220
December 2017 37
November 2017 4
October 2017 4
August 2017 1
July 2017 172
April 2017 40
March 2017 16
January 2017 328
December 2016 5
November 2016 43
October 2016 23
September 2016 5
August 2016 17
June 2016 16
April 2016 45
March 2016 37
October 2015 74
September 2015 15
August 2015 74
April 2015 99
March 2015 527
February 2015 264
November 2014 1,594
October 2014 887
September 2014 74
August 2014 3,149
July 2014 4,072
June 2014 2,624
May 2014 512
April 2014 876
March 2014 722
February 2014 16
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July 2013 41
May 2013 24
April 2013 26
March 2013 195
February 2013 4
January 2013 120
December 2012 395
November 2012 81
July 2012 28
June 2012 1,737
May 2012 1,112
April 2012 1,577
March 2012 3,447
February 2012 1,899
January 2012 1,274

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,788,472
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,718
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,278,124
5 Rhonda.M 3,103,110
...
1273 KerryRaymond 29,575
1274 stephenbuchanan 29,512
1275 albarfoot 29,511
1276 davit130 29,510
1277 Jeannette.Hope 29,397
1278 helen.b 29,395

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October 2019 166
September 2019 92
August 2019 26
July 2019 14
May 2019 547
March 2018 23
February 2018 56
January 2018 220
December 2017 37
November 2017 4
October 2017 4
August 2017 1
July 2017 172
April 2017 40
March 2017 16
January 2017 328
December 2016 5
November 2016 43
October 2016 23
September 2016 5
August 2016 17
June 2016 16
April 2016 45
March 2016 37
October 2015 74
September 2015 15
August 2015 74
April 2015 99
March 2015 527
February 2015 264
November 2014 1,594
October 2014 887
September 2014 74
August 2014 3,149
July 2014 4,072
June 2014 2,624
May 2014 512
April 2014 876
March 2014 722
February 2014 16
October 2013 1
August 2013 33
July 2013 41
May 2013 24
April 2013 26
March 2013 195
February 2013 4
January 2013 120
December 2012 395
November 2012 81
July 2012 28
June 2012 1,737
May 2012 1,112
April 2012 1,577
March 2012 3,447
February 2012 1,899
January 2012 1,274

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DEATH. (Article), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Thursday 5 September 1867 [Issue No.218] page 2 2019-10-12 16:54 Di?r,-It is ?ith foolilgs of pmathiY
with thoe boro?vod husband and ax sow
mothorlcss chlldron, that wo' chroniolo th,
douth of Mro. O'Toolh, wifa ofono of tho first
souttlors, in KInama, our rospootod neighboor,
Lawrenoo O'Toolo, Tho douonsod was 88
yoars old. Sho died at tho roesidonco of hor
siltor, at Jambnaroo.. The fonranl,'whlch,
from the naturo of thoe fttal dlionso, nocossn.
rlly took plnce on the following doy, was at
tonddd by a largo nlumbor of sympathsliog
frlonds.
Death,-It is with feelings of sympmathy
with the bereaved husband and six small
motherless children, that we chronicle the
death of Mrs. O'Toole, wife of one of the first
settlers, in Kiama, our respected neighbour,
Lawrence O'Toole. The deceased was 39
years old. She died at the residence of her
sister, at Jamberoo. The funeral, which,
from the nature of the fatal disease, necessa-
rily took place on the following day, was at
tended by a large number of sympathising
friends.
OBITUARY. LATE MR. JAS. O'TOOLE. (Article), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Wednesday 12 February 1919 [Issue No.65] page 2 2019-10-11 12:31 left Kiama their home of a i.t1,ue..
liko a tree torn up by the reots from
old assoeations Ihe faidtedl away, with
outl any apparent illne':s, and (Lied a0.
sltatl, after' but a daLy in bed. lI.ia
body wa4s bloughlt to Kiiama fo :illn
torllelnt on Saturday 3evenifig, Llld tlh
llinoral left the Catlholo Chllurch ion
Sutlday altrtnoon at '2. 30, witIht a ]laIr''o
emihehie il attondunco. ThuL Re.v. M.
1'. .Malone olnlciatod at the gr'~ives.ida.
Tihe late Mi'. O"'Toole5 leaves besitde
hiu widow to mnoulrn hiel, three diaiigh
itrs ill Mrs. Jones, FMrs. M[intltI1 v'hoi
,esidc in Sydney, and Mrs, Qtuti of
Kiama, a nd tlhreo ioills :ill MesshS. Fred
Jales anilid Beait, 'lso resideniit ofi
Sydnoy, anid fromt his familiy ilu ilt~
declining years., le rccvecd devotiolt
and affectionate cute. 'I'ho death lof
their youngest dau.ghter', Miss Lvihla
O'Toole, just as sh.le was entering worn
auhood at 18 yuaars, was ,a groat blow
to her pareCnts, and through it neither
?cove'ed their previous lhealtli.
Theo .jltuiet eveutido of a oug I!fe,
gave li ttle outward showingd of muchl
of adventure anad int.erest 'ii etrly tlayi'
rut a chat about the "old days" when
le was in a renuitiscont tmoodt, was al
ways onjoyod. 'The cull, of tile old
pilaceo tugged at his lheart string andi
heo cluno down to Lhe Show, a giati
dolighlt to haiun?i the nmectihlg w.itth
ol.dl frionds anLd acqu:h'itances, aid
the ].st outing hle hIad. Fromn titoe len
of onec withl a knowlodgo alnd intercst
ill the days gone by,); poss.ssedl by
few, if aut, sllnl to whomii theb
olll days al'b known iand dea,,
we havo recoeived tbho fohiowiing sk'itCh
of tale eartlior tinies, in wll?tol the itte
MI.', O'Toolo took a moro active part
in d:i.sti'ct afnlio's:
"'J'hio late li'. Jamtes O'Toolo was
bornl ill ~Wolorongonllg ill 18.0 and would
beo at the tlime of ltsito dathhi ilt hi?79th
yoSer. Ils lfather, the lato Mr. LMaur.
ance O'Toole, wwas a very old ilenltity
He was olncer onl board thu "Sca
Spray," a shipi tradling botween lon.
dton and ports. Io caiune to Syldney
alld joinod tim steiamier W'.lil.llam IV.
generally ternrmced on this CooLa--'"llhe
Billy." Lateor on lhe ownedl "'Th'e Beeo"
and traded betwOeen SydIney, Wollon
gong and Kianiu., iIo l;ived .in a cotl..
lagto wheore the Drill Hallt. ow lnllds,
und itecoteil a shed oie 5the seao1 shotr
ol)losi.to the P'ol.ico banrricks. Larry,
as hle was usui.ly style:t, w?Vs .a native
of t ho county, of Cork, I'(tl.aind andl
was a burly wJe ll miade naei--who
fought andwl woi il way, despite op
liosition, that existed:l hero than. Many
stories coulld bI tkohl of Larry's prow
esus. He went in for lhotel keeulilg--
ir an hotol that stoal just whllro tthe
''aiwtwy tunnelllll gols uiltlel Oul.ills.st.,
on thte wuay to teilie el'soullt ceelltery,
Iti; was' cuIIot[ tie "SItl?lntl)oket
HIot.el," but aftor Guvornor FIltz.
roy hid staye tl itn 'l,, the pro
priolor, ; i.llian Ciardt, clangiagd tlh
l'winio to "Th lFit,"roy." La.i'rr'y til
nlot lstay ill :it u.llg ultlttll. l ie orctedl
thlt "Beehivo Ini" cornier of T'ho't'r
ollbg alld Colliti.str.ori, where h.i. son
,Jinttnt:ini, the subjo'.t of this sketh .d30
ilt.o tuucli w:ith rt·t lig Int'It ailtd r'ace
lholncs. tHe as i' a ji,,key rode alld won
omll ? in 'rtilint liml's, al)ways lioniest
anll tiruted by stlch men of 10 otld
sholcit as 110 M.as ro, ,dants sdit ie''.
I'ahe r atter hI tonkIc, like nually ottiets
Lhlo gsll fever, land went to LauImbing
Flat, (Youllg) g.akl fielils, alld tisaw thclo
the Clhi5,,o riiots undi munsy other
aticitig events, o it settled downi 'at
last, in K.itlliii, whlereo he wts killowll
to the wri r iss a peace-kiv:ing iltan,
il[wiays kisdlty dotsploised, who gave of.
fetcu to noneo, 1o ownedo dtraltght
stud horIl s, but it was through his
cotitection with Mr., Jolihn i'arrahor,
illss that; grant hore' "'Thitlmp Caurd"
that lie was widely kniown. IHo wass
roarcd in rough times, antd went to
school at 1)oll:, the olid scllo'l houso
sansding abesut the. corneur of Bong
3ong and Eddy al.r'ots--tltlerl are feow
liin?lg to.dity whoi went to thait old
acltcul, Vale, James , O'Toolo, Vale,"
left Kiama their home of a lifetime.
like a tree torn up by the roots from
old associations he fadted away, with
out any apparent illness, and died as
stated, after but a day in bed. His
body was brought to Kiama for in
terment on Saturday evening, and the
funeral left the Catholic Chuurch on
Sunday afternoon at 2. 30, with a large
number of attendance The Rev. M.
P. Malone officiated at the graveside.
The late Mr. OToole leaves beside
his widow to mourn him, three daugh-
ters in Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Minter who
reside in Sydney, and Mrs, Quinn of
Kiama, and three sons in Messrs, Fred
James and Bert, also residents of
Sydney, and from his family in his
declining years, he received devoted
and affectionate care. The death of
their youngest daughter, Miss Leila
O'Toole, just as she was entering wom
anhood at 18 years, was a great blow
to her parents, and through it neither
recovered their previous health.
The quiet eventide of a long life,
of adventure and interest in earlydays
but a chat about the "old days" when
he was in a reminiscent mood, was al
ways enjoyed. The call of the old
place tugged at his heart strings and
he came down to the Show, a great
delight to him in the meeting with
old friends and acquaintances, and
the last outing he had. From the pun
of one with a knowledge and interest
in the days gone by, possessed by
few, if any, and to whom the
old days are known and dear,,
we have received the following sketch
of the earlier times, in which the late
Mr. O'Toole took a more active part
in district affairs:-
"The late Mr. James O'Toole was
born in Wollongong in 1810 and would
be at the tlme of his death in his 79th
year. his father, the late Mr. Laur-
ance O'Toole, was a very old identity
He was officer on board the "See
Spray," a ship trading between Lon
don and ports. He came to Sydney
and joined the steamer William IV.
generally termed on this Coast- "The
Billy." Later on he owned "The Bee"
and traded between SydIney, Wollon
gong and Kiama. He lived in a cot
tagte where the Drill Hall now stands,
and erected a shed on the sea shote
opposite the Police barracks. Larry,
as he was usually styled, was a native
of the county, of Cork, Ireland, and
was a burly well made man-who
fought and won his way, despite op
osition that existed here then. Many
stories could be told of Larry's prow
ess. He went in for hotel keeping
in an hotel that stood just where the
railway tunnel goes under Collins-st.,
on the way to the present cemetery.
It was called the "Steampacket Hotel
Hotel" but after Governor Fitz.
roy had stayed in the it, the pro-
prietor, William Gard, changed the
name to "Fitzroy." Larry did
not stay in it long until he erected
the "Beehive Inn" corner of Terra
long and Collins-street, where his son
Jimmie, the subject of this sketch got
into touch with racing men and race-
horses. He as a jockey rode and won
some important races, always honest
and trusted by such men of the old
school as Mestre, Adams and Far-
ralier. Later he took, like many others
the gold fever, and went to Lambing
Flat, (Young) gold fields, and saw there
the Chinese riots and many other
stirring events. He settled down at
last, in Kiama, where he was known
to the writer as a peace-loving man,
always kindly disposed, who gave of
fence to none, he owned stud draught
stud horses, but it was through his
connection with Mr. John Farraher,
and that; great horse "Trump Card"
that he was widely known.He was
reared in rough times, and went to
school at Dells, the old school house
standing about the corner of Bong
Bong and Eddy streets--there are few
living to-day who went to that old
school, Vale, James , O'Toole, Vale,"
SOME OLD ADVERTISEMENTS (Article), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Saturday 1 May 1943 page 5 2019-10-11 11:30 Ir. Laurence O'Toole, who was just
openingf "The Beehive :n'" at the
corner of Terralong and/ oCollins
Kiama Motor :Works).
THE 'BEE:lVE .INN ..
TERRALONG'. STREET..
Within this. Hive iwe're all :alive
:If you" be 'dry step in and tiry
Mr.. Laurence Toole will open '.the
above house on' Friday, -the 1st Oct.:'
The "Fei'mianagh" may boast of
? The "Kiama's' dusty sign may
swing thie nodding KIangaroo : and
Emu in, invitation to the public. to
Thlie Beehive" will' stanid only on
its, real meiit L.T.. also informs, the
public of his. intention: to :celebrate
the opening night :by giving-at a
ti'ifling char'ge-=a, go'od: liiouse warm
ing, anid will be. happy to shake hands
with old 'and 1 al friends on.' the
'above occasion.' Tickets admitting
Lady and Gentlekian 5/- eachi
The' Fermanagh (now Toi?y's Hotel)
was' o wned by another Iirishman,'
,ohn 0'M?eara who saw: some; sting
in, this and other' of Mr. Toole's ad-'
,advertiseiments,i and' there was for
a time a battle" in ;adveirtisements
betwe'en ithe twyo 'ublicans.
airy that one sees the word '"ghite-"
smith'. wyhose'occu)paton can be seen"
'from' the following -advertisement.
Mr. Laurence O'Toole, who was just
opening "The Beehive Inn'" at the
corner of Terralong and Collins
Kiama Motor Works).
THE 'BEE HlVE INN ..
TERRALONG. STREET..
Within this Hive we're all alive
If you" be dry step in and try
Mr. Laurence Toole will open the
above house on Friday, the 1st Oct.
The "Fermianagh" may boast of
The "Kiama's" dusty sign may
swing the nodding Kangaroo and
Emu in invitation to the public. to
The Beehive" will stand only on
its real merit L.T.. also informs, the
public of his. intention to celebrate
the opening night by giving-at a
trifling charge a, good: house warm
ing, and will be happy to shake hands
with old and real friends on the
above occasion. Tickets admitting
Lady and Gentleman 5/- each"
The Fermanagh (now Tory's Hotel)
John 0'Meara who saw some sting
in this and other of Mr. Toole's ad-'
advertisements, and there was for
a time a battle in advertisements
between the two publicans.
airy that one sees the word "white-"
smith'. whose occupaton can be seen
from the following advertisement.
Advertising (Advertising), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Thursday 15 September 1864 [Issue No.63] page 3 2019-10-11 11:19 TO THIE EDITOR Of TIlE INDEPE?RDENT.
Sm,.-I am.sorry to trouble you again; but
lavying heard that Mary O'Toole is in
door of thlose whlo, against her.own will and
oCf her lawful guardian,
KIiama, Sept. 14.
TO THE EDITOR Of THE INDEPENDENT.
Sir,.-I am.sorry to trouble you again; but
havying heard that Mary O'Toole is in
door of those who, against her own will and
of her lawful guardian,
Kiama, Sept. 14.
June Wedding WROLDSEN--HAY. (Article), The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941), Saturday 23 June 1934 [Issue No.3955] page 10 2019-10-06 11:37 The wedding , web celebrated at Win-
ton of Miss Clarice J. .Hay. and Mr.
Oscar Wroldsen, both of Olio. : The
ceremony- took place at tbe Methodist
ing. The brido was prettily gowned and
thy -Hay, as bridesmaidi Several resi
ding breakfast held at ' the Royal Mail
parted by the Townsvillo train to spend
Mrs. J. L. Hay, of Capclla, and the
bridegroom the son of Mf. and the late
Mrs. Wrold Jorgcnsen, of Tvedeslrand,
The wedding , was celebrated at Win-
ton of Miss Clarice J. Hay. and Mr.
Oscar Wroldsen, both of Olio. The
ceremony- took place at the Methodist
ing. The bride was prettily gowned and
thy Hay, as bridesmaid. Several resi
ding breakfast held at the Royal Mail
parted by the Townsville train to spend
Mrs. J. L. Hay, of Capella, and the
bridegroom the son of Mr. and the late
Mrs. Wrold Jorgensen, of Tvedeslrand,
"I WANT YOU." Alleged Attempted Murder At Capella. PACKER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. (Article), The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941), Monday 22 February 1926 [Issue No.1108] page 4 2019-09-24 06:27 YOU." ;i;
PACKER COMMITTED FpR TRIAL.
Thursday, beforo Mr. Illidgc, P.M., Ed
ward ' James Packer, aged 60 years,
was charged that on tho 2nd Febru
fully to kill tils wile Florence Minnie
Packet- (by shooting with a revolver).
tile prosecution, and Mr. L. E. I-Inblor
thy character, and lasted the wholo
of tlio day. Included in tho evidence
The particulars disclosed .went to
hpnrt for some years, the accused re
wire. Ho went round to tile back
you." At the snme time lie pulled
out a revolver rrom his coat which
he enrried on his left arm, pointed It
nt her, and fired immediately, striking
her in tile abdomen. The accused's
immediately slezed tile accused. With
tho revolver tnkeri from him. An ex
weapon, and was loaded in five' chamb
out -10 live cartridges. The woman xvas
conveyed by Constable: Langhorno to
Capelia, whore Bhe xvas met' by the
taken to the Clermont hospital, xvhore
cuscd was remanded -to Clermont In
doctor.. ' ' ,
On Saturday afternoon the Couit
wounds on the right side of -the ab
the wound for about txvo and a half
inches, but was unable to extract tho
bullet,: which still remained there.
inal . Sittings of the Supreme Court,
tho proper place tor the trial to take
"I WANT YOU."
PACKER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.
Thursday, before Mr. Illidge, P.M., Ed
ward James Packer, aged 60 years,
was charged that on the 2nd Febru
fully to kill his wife Florence Minnie
Packet (by shooting with a revolver).
the prosecution, and Mr. L. E. Hobler
thy character, and lasted the whole
of the day. Included in tho evidence
The particulars disclosed went to
apart for some years, the accused re
wife. Ho went round to the back
you." At the same time he pulled
out a revolver from his coat which
he carried on his left arm, pointed It
at her, and fired immediately, striking
her in the abdomen. The accused's
immediately siezed the accused. With
the revolver taken from him. An ex
weapon, and was loaded in five chamb
out 40 live cartridges. The woman was
conveyed by Constable Langhorne to
Capella, where she was met by the
taken to the Clermont hospital, where
cused was remanded to Clermont In
doctor.
On Saturday afternoon the Coure
wounds on the right side of the ab
the wound for about two and a half
inches, but was unable to extract the
bullet, which still remained there.
inal Sittings of the Supreme Court,
the proper place tor the trial to take
Advertising (Advertising), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Saturday 26 September 1942 page 6 2019-09-24 05:41 Edward Packer, and Ames Mabel Bel
son (formerly McLatchey, widow), ol
Middle EriBhton. in the State of Vic
t:m, wile c! Arthur Herbert Belson.
Edward Packer, and Agnes Mabel Bel
son (formerly McLatchey, widow), of
Middle Brighton in the State of Vic
toria, wife of Arthur Herbert Belson.
A Capella Wedding LYONS—BAILEY (Article), The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941), Friday 18 January 1935 [Issue No.4113] page 12 2019-09-23 05:29 inatron of honour and she was f rocked
in a shell pink silk marocain. '.The
bodice featured a round neck and wua
trimmed with f agbtting and, the shapud
skirt was moulded to Her figure, fallmg
?in soft folds- to' her shoes of pink satin.
hat and she carried a bouquet of; pink
B. Lyons. .
strains of the Wedding March, playod
by her cousin, Misa Jessie Packer.
Mr. J. Bailey, brother of .tfie'. bride,
Mrs. Bailey received her gueste in a
suite. ? ? . ?
The two-tiered- wedding cake- was
raalron of honour, and iced by Smith's
'lhe bridegroom's gift to the bride
and. to the matron of honour a pyrex
dish aet in silver. The bride's gift
to the bridegroom .was a travelling
rug. ? Wl\en leaving .for the- honey-
moon, which is beinjj spent at Katoom
brown marocain frock with' a .brown
swagger, coat and a hat -to match. Tfceir
matron of honour and she was frocked
in a shell pink silk marocain. The
bodice featured a round neck and was
trimmed with fagotting and the shaped
skirt was moulded to her figure, falling
in soft folds to her shoes of pink satin.
hat and she carried a bouquet of pink
B. Lyons.
strains of the Wedding March, played
by her cousin, Miss Jessie Packer.
Mr. J. Bailey, brother of the bride,
Mrs. Bailey received her guests in a
suite.
The two-tiered- wedding cake was
matron of honour, and iced by Smith's
The bridegroom's gift to the bride
and to the matron of honour a pyrex
dish set in silver. The bride's gift
to the bridegroom was a travelling
rug. When leaving for the honey-
moon, which is being spent at Katoom
brown marocain frock with a .brown
swagger, coat and a hat to match. Their
Bankruptcy Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. (Before Mr Olegg, Registrar). (Article), The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser (NSW : 1891 - 1937), Saturday 30 June 1917 [Issue No.9544] page 1 2019-09-20 14:26 (Before Mr Olegg, llegistrar).
in regard to his bankruptcy, 6tated
of his accounts ;VJiad no desire to
amend his stat«tficftit ; he was a fore
man to a prop contractor : ho kept
books of account for ail the business
contract did net torn out as satisfac
on to the contract, as he thought ho
promise ; he had ? rarrled on business
heiiad no money in hand or at the
witb the estate: apart from wages,
£7 3s -id, coining to him, he had paid
signee j the wages he- had used to
interests in any estate ; thete was a
nient got a garnishee order against
he had not executed any bill of sale'
over his furniture cr other effects ;
and i« connection with her sickness
penses ; all the money .he earned went
doctors' bills for his cwn sickness;
ho had kept his account in the £. S.
to his brother, Herbert Sbarman ;
The value of timbsr condemned he
horses about IS months ago ; he did
horse in Moruya ; be took the horse,
a leased one,4o Moruya ; he, lost no
deny losing money ' in betting at
he lost money .there ; he had not lost
considerable sum's -of money at other
Examination declared' closed .
(Before Mr Clegg, Registrar).
in regard to his bankruptcy, stated
of his accounts ;had no desire to
amend his stattement ; he was a fore
man to a prop contractor : he kept
books of account for all the business
contract did not turn out as satisfac
on to the contract, as he thought he
promise ; he had carrled on business
he had no money in hand or at the
with the estate: apart from wages,
£7 3s -4d, coming to him, he had paid
signee the wages he had used to
interests in any estate ; there was a
ment got a garnishee order against
he had not executed any bill of sale
over his furniture or other effects ;
and in connection with her sickness
penses ; all the money he earned went
doctors' bills for his own sickness;
he had kept his account in the E. S.
to his brother, Herbert Sharman ;
The value of timber condemned he
horses about I8 months ago ; he did
horse in Moruya ; he took the horse,
a leased one,to Moruya ; he lost no
deny losing money in betting at
he lost money there ; he had not lost
considerable sum's of money at other
Examination declared closed .
Advertising (Advertising), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Saturday 10 June 1922 [Issue No.3622] page 2 2019-08-12 10:20 .SOUTH WALKS.
EVELOND O'TOOLE, lute of Urunga, in
TAKE NOTICE that tho ahovenamed
Kuy, has commenced a suit against you lu
tills Honorablo Court, and is applying for
a dissolution of marriage, on tho ground
that you havo, without Just cause or excuse,
_ wilfully deserted her, and without any suc;h
cause or excuse, loft her continuously so de
T take Notlco that you aro required to enter
N' an appearance to the said Citation at tho
l> beforo tho Thirteenth day of September,
s. One thousand nino hundred and twonty-
S two, and In tho event of your not so doing
t- ther tlnto, tho Fctltlonor will proceed, and
tlie tm It bo heard and determined, your ab
sence notwithstanding. A copy of the petl-
it tlon -filed herein can bo hud on application
ip to the undersigned, free of chargo. Dated
o hundred and twenty-two. For tho Regis-
I. trnr, F. C. nATT.TS (L.8.1. Ciller Clorlc In
I- Divorce. . THOR1IURN T/IXD-
SAY. Solicitor for tho Petitioner, CoIT'b Ilnr-
hor. By CI„VYTON & VT'Z. 2S0 Custlc-
rengh-stroet, , Sydney.
SOUTH WALES.
EVELOND O'TOOLE, late of Urunga, in
TAKE NOTICE that the above named
Kay, has commenced a suit against you in
this Honorable Court, and is applying for
a dissolution of marriage, on the ground
that you have, without just cause or excuse,
wilfully deserted her, and without any such
cause or excuse, left her continuously so de-
take Notlce that you are required to enter
an appearance to the said Citation at the
before the Thirteenth day of September,
One thousand nine hundred and twenty-
two, and In the event of your not so doing
ther time, the Petitioner will proceed, and
the suit be heard and determined, your ab-
sence notwithstanding. A copy of the peti-
tlon filed herein can be had on application
to the undersigned, free of charge. Dated
hundred and twenty-two. For the Regis-
trar, F. C. Baylis (L.S.) Chief Clerk In
Divorce. WILLIAM THORBURN LIND-
SAY. Solicitor for the Petitioner, Coff's Har-
bor. By Clayton & UTZ. 280 Castle--
reagh-street, Sydney.

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