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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,852,981
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,372,336
5 Rhonda.M 3,194,756
...
1554 Joondalup32 22,944
1555 Conchita 22,927
1556 RichardNewton 22,895
1557 DiNichol 22,890
1558 tctwood 22,855
1559 dawson 22,853

22,890 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 170
November 2019 834
May 2019 1,309
April 2019 904
October 2018 295
August 2018 34
July 2018 7
June 2018 575
May 2018 717
April 2018 1,386
December 2017 73
November 2017 4,346
October 2017 1,490
September 2017 474
July 2017 360
October 2016 2,995
September 2016 738
August 2016 2,983
July 2016 3,142
June 2016 58

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,852,779
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,372,315
5 Rhonda.M 3,194,743
...
1556 NCKurn 22,835
1557 Mark-Rogers 22,828
1558 dawson 22,816
1559 DiNichol 22,815
1560 LaviniaJWHardcastle 22,791
1561 Hege 22,766

22,815 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 170
November 2019 831
May 2019 1,309
April 2019 904
October 2018 295
August 2018 34
June 2018 575
May 2018 717
April 2018 1,365
December 2017 73
November 2017 4,346
October 2017 1,490
September 2017 458
July 2017 360
October 2016 2,967
September 2016 738
August 2016 2,983
July 2016 3,142
June 2016 58

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 136,837
3 mickbrook 112,908
4 GeoffMMutton 66,867
5 murds5 61,555
...
489 sstenning 76
490 straboe1 76
491 susanjanets 76
492 dinichol 75
493 EDMO 75
494 Grover65k 75

75 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 3
July 2018 7
April 2018 21
September 2017 16
October 2016 28


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REPATRIATION DEPARTMENT'S WORK. (Article), Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1881 - 1938), Friday 21 February 1919 page 32 2019-12-02 11:51 ? ? ? r»
Applications ' for assistance from the
Repatriation Department from April S,
Act, to December 31 last, numbered 53,78U
VVales, including 8788. for various forms of
States was 2354. Including 656 in New
distributed, by way of gift, £358,304, oil
Joan £133,922, and under the heading of
Applications for assistance from the
Repatriation Department from April 8,
Act, to December 31 last, numbered 53,780
Wales, including 8788 for various forms of
States was 2322 including 656 in New
distributed, by way of gift, £358,304, on
loan £133,922, and under the heading of
REPATRIATION DEPARTMENT. (Article), Penshurst Free Press (Vic. : 1901 - 1918), Saturday 26 January 1918 [Issue No.808] page 7 2019-12-02 11:44 The, Minister for . Repatriation
Tuesday, informed Senator Neodhaias
that there were 19 officers ia' the
four who wet:o " on loan " from other
departments. The Repatriation. Ap
peal Board, m addition, had eight
officers, and Mr N 0 Lockyer, inter
efcate commissioner, had temporarily
offioors were either returned soldiers
or wevo not eligible for military
??service. Mr D J Gilbert received
Soldiera' Settlement Board, and Mr E
N Robinson. as )?tnd (settlement and
publicity officer, received £500 a y«ar.
- .11. u I «
The, Minister for Repatriation
Tuesday, informed Senator Needham
that there were 19 officers in the
four who were " on loan " from other
departments. The Repatriation Ap
peal Board, in addition, had eight
officers, and Mr N C Lockyer, inter
state commissioner, had temporarily
officers were either returned soldiers
or were not eligible for military
service. Mr D J Gilbert received
Soldiers' Settlement Board, and Mr E
N Robinson, as land settlement and
publicity officer, received £500 a year.
REPATRIATION DEPARTMENT. (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 27 September 1919 page 5 2019-12-02 11:30 REPATRIATION DEPARTMENT. •
■' '/>: • : 'TV-'*'".? ;\
jj^LBOUBNE, Friday i—-Senator Mill.en
states tliat from- the date of the inaugura
68,559 applicants. . Tlio .total disbursements
since - April; -1918/ to August 31at amounted
to £1,767,121. . ' ' ;
REPATRIATION DEPARTMENT.
MELBOUBNE, Friday —-Senator Millen
states that from the date of the inaugura
68,559 applicants. The total disbursements
since April 1918 to August 31st amounted
to £1,767,121.
REPATRIATION DEPARTMENT. (Article), Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Saturday 29 September 1917 [Issue No.233] page 6 2019-12-02 11:05 Jlr Loekyor, one of tho inter-State
Repatriation Department, His con
fairly launched, aud in an efficient
working order. Mr lioekyer will be
eranted six mmit.be' lonv«
| a aeputy commissioner will bo ap
. pointed to act in Jiis absence. Senator
MiUen was to-day sworn in as Minis
ter ior Repatriation under tho new i
Act. |
Mr Lockyer, one of the inter-State
Repatriation Department. His con
fairly launched, and in an efficient
working order. Mr Lockyer will be
granted six months' leave of absence
a deputy commissioner will be ap
pointed to act in his absence. Senator
Millen was to-day sworn in as Minis
ter for Repatriation under the new
Act.
Repatriation Committee. (Article), Manilla Express (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 12 September 1918 [Issue No.1726] page 3 2019-12-01 18:49 M nieeti-ng of the Manilla
^Rapatlria^oa Committee was
held, on- Saturday night, when
therW3 we¥e-r^i:esent ; — Messrs
?A!, G.-iVenfessiJ^n . the chair),
:B^Mc1D;onald; 'W. M. Tren
er^^^.^.-Bowman, J
,Di Ixe-noiedy, .3ji,t_,.1(JStoddart,
and H: ' '?'Ddneghue (hon
-(o'Eikes ?Girla'.iClttUv-asJced for
Bgn^sskiH^to carj^ on pat
!r|or^4 work.1 It\\%& pointed
'oYit^'lhaf ihe 'orilt way the
?SWeoMd P^i' was to ber
$oa£e/a-j5£tb-coinmittee of the
Re'p'atrration Committee, to be
knoMi_as_J:he War Oomj orts
^^^-niim|tf§,. ^^^g3^B
wa^^g^n^L^etmj^Mn^,' p
|e^?:t^:th«vcdttsfe^0t^pfi:sjQjtis
W-an-r. inert i uuitaitjja Ib r
I Demonstration, H. Lane,,
liconvejqqr),,.^ ^). Baile}^, A . .G.
Pear^e,, .D.' jenraan, T. M.,
^icGlynn,
I Other siib-coinniittees will
be held on Saturd^, Sep.-.
j tember 21, at 7.30#j).m.
A meeting of the Manilla
Rapatriation Committee was
held on Saturday night, when
there were present : — Messrs
A. C. Veness (in the chair),
D. McDonald, W. M. Tren
ery. E.O.T. Bowman, J.
D. Kennedy, H. Stoddart,
and H. Donoghue (hon
sec).
The Girls' Club asked for
permission to carry on pat
riotic work. It was pointed
out that the only way the
Club could go on was to be
come a sub-committee of the
Repatriation Committee, to be
known as the War Comforts
Sub-Committee. The Club
was granted permission to
hold a social on the 15th October.

The following sub-com
mittee were appointed (sub
ject to the consent of persons
named).
Building, Mr. W C. Gran
tham, L. Hartley, W. Jack
son, J.F. Wearne, R. Loseby,
Reg Grantham, W. Chap
man.
Demonstration, H. Lane,
(convenor) A. E. Bailey, A. G.
Pearce, D.Penman, T. M.
McGlynn.
Other sub-committees will
be held on Saturday, Sep
tember 21, at 7.30 p.m.
MANILLA. Soldier Settlement. (Article), The Voice of the North (NSW : 1918 - 1933), Friday 16 May 1919 [Issue No.19] page 7 2019-12-01 16:16 MHN1LLW.
whether 011 Crown lands or private
land, a preliminary deposit be 2y> per
date, of application; 110 payments to
tained; for second period of five yearn,
2 per cent, interest only to be paid,
MANILLA
whether on Crown lands or private
land, a preliminary deposit be 2½ per
date of application; no payments to
tained; for second period of five years,
2½ per cent, interest only to be paid,
Local Committees FOR REPATRIATION (Article), The Sydney Stock and Station Journal (NSW : 1896 - 1924), Friday 9 August 1918 [Issue No.36] page 11 2019-12-01 14:58 Mr.J. A. Sinclair, who has given his
services gratuitously. Other important
glns, H. M. Wragge, D. K. McIntyre, J.
Wagga Mitchell and Kyeamba Shires, in
Committee, C. W. Thompson.
presentatives, T. Everleigh, I. Skuthorpe.
Scone (Shire of Upper Huuter, including
Barwiek, E. J. Sherwood. F. Smith, G. A.
A. Fisher, F.E. Ashford.
pality of Manilla.— W. M. Treneny, A. C.
Veness, J. Coote. D. McDonald, E. 0. T.
Bowman: Government representatives,H.
Glen Innes (Shire of Severn aud Muni
Mr. J. A. Sinclair, who has given his
services gratuitously. Other important
gins, H. M. Wragge, D. K. McIntyre, J.
Wagga (Mitchell and Kyeamba Shires, in
committee), C. W. Thompson.
presentatives, T. Everleigh, I. Skulthorpe.
Scone (Shire of Upper Hunter, including
Barwick, E. J. Sherwood. F. Smith, G. A.
A. Fisher, F. E. Ashford.
pality of Manilla).— W. M. Trenery, A. C.
Veness, J. Coote. D. McDonald, E. O. T.
Bowman: Government representatives, H.
Glen Innes (Shire of Severn and Muni
Local Committees FOR REPATRIATION (Article), The Sydney Stock and Station Journal (NSW : 1896 - 1924), Friday 9 August 1918 [Issue No.36] page 11 2019-12-01 14:52 Local Committer
mittees have been appointed as' a first
tees was undertaken iu this State by
sen ices gratuitously. Other important
committees are iu course of formation,
ter that tlds phase of the work will
as. follow: —
Gunnedah iShire of Liverpool Plains, In
cluding Gunnedah Municipality). — G. A. Hlg
glns, _ H. M. Wragge, D. K. M'Intyre, J.
W. Nlcliolls, A. Heath; Government repre
sentatives, G. R. M'Donngh, H. Pente
J. Itoss, A. R„ M'l.aurln, C. E. Nevln, J.
S. Stew.irt: Government representatves, J.
White, A. lintwlsle.
Mtillumliiiuby (I'.yron Shire). — W. E. T.
Selwood, J. C. Morrison, J. M'Gregor, P.
J. Tlosklns, W. H. Thome.'
Wiigga iMit?hell and IC.veninba Shires, iu
iludln^ Wasga Mtiuli'ipalltv). — A. Smith, E.
E. Collins, .1. Bicket. J. J. M'Grath, H. O.
Hear.li; Gt-\ eminent representatives, W. M.
M'Queen, E. II. Hedditch.
Municipality of Tunti-rfleld and Shire of
Tehtertieiil. — , - l'etherick, — Donnelly, J.
Cote.-n. — 10. B. Bo:t, H. A. Hay, C. Howard,
A. A. Pigyln, F. .1. Sammoiii; Governmenr.
rep:esen:atlves. T. .1. Kelly (suggested by
coiii'iiitteei', C. VV. Thompson.
I'.in^ara i.Shiro of Gwyilir. Including Bin
gara ii unii-i ualit y-.— -T. D. Ryan, J. Bvrnes,
A. S. M-CoU. II. R. Munro. A. W. H. Bull;
Wiurne, \V. C. Ridley.
(,'oonamble (Shire of Wingadee. includ
ing l.'oonambli; Mttnii-ipnlity). — II. 11. Butts
worth. W. G. 'L'avlor. M. J. A. Feehan. J.
landers. J. A. Berry man: Government re
presentatives. T. Everleigh, I.. Skuihorpe.
(.'ooina (Shires of Monaro aud Dalgety,
ti.cl uding Oooma M'inicip.ility). — S. Good
win, L 'SUanuon. R. Craig. E. II. Litclifiel'l,
J. It. Dei-^an; 'invert: men: representatives,
E H. 'Juodling, I'. F. Mitchell.
Scone Municipality i — H. L. White. A. S.
Baiwiek, E. j. Sherwood. F. Smith, G. A.
A. Fi-sher. I'. E. A.-hford.
Manilla (Shi:e of Maudowa aud Munici
pality of Jianiliiii.— W. M. Trenenv, A. (.'.
Veness. .1. Coote. D. M'Uonald, E. 0. T.
Ijowmun: Covernm»ut representatives, Ii.
Sloddart, J. 1'. Kennedy. t
Barraba iBarraiia Shirej. — W. T. Loekety,
J O«borue.' A. R. Saunders; J. Steven
son, C. G. Williams: ' Government repre
sentatives. D. II. Carter. W. H. Dean.
cipality ol' Glen innesi. — W. M. Legh, H.
a.- tuoxnam, a. \eiiess, . uoss, j.
Coate.~: Government representatives, Rev.
A. P. Cameron. W. 1. Perry.
Orange (Sbiie of Cauobias. Including
Orange Municipality). — \V. F.. Bouttler, W.
-I-- T. -M'Nelll.v. Dr. A. E. Colvin,
M. II. Stewart; Government representa'tlves,
K. Beaton, G. TreweeUe.
Oowra (Shire of Waugooia, Including
Cowra Municipality). — J. Wright, F. M'Car
rou, 1un., F. Rowlands, W. H. Wordswottn,
Rev. .J. Hair, .T. Montgouierie.
Armidale iDumaresii. Armidale, Hill
grove). — 1'. Pearson, A. Furkissa, T. L. Doc
ker, C. F. Titidal, A. Glass; Government re
presentatives, J. Slade, S. W. Wilson.
Local Committees
mittees have been appointed as a first
tees was undertaken in this State by
Mr.J. A. Sinclair, who has given his
services gratuitously. Other important
committees are in course of formation,
ter that this phase of the work will
as follow: —
Gunnedah (Shire of Liverpool Plains, in
cluding Gunnedah Municipality). — G. A. Hig
glns, H. M. Wragge, D. K. McIntyre, J.
W. Nicholls, A. Heath; Government repre
sentatives, G. R. McDonagh, H. Pente
J. Ross, A. R. McLaurin, C. E. Nevln, J.
S. Stewart; Government representatives, J.
White, A. Entwisle.
Mullumbimby (Byron Shire). — W. E. T.
Selwood, J. C. Morrison, J. McGregor, P.
J. Hoskins, W. H. Thorne.
Wagga Mitchell and Kyeamba Shires, in
cludlng Wasga Municipality). — A. Smith, E.
E. Collins, J. Bicket. J. J. McGrath, H. O.
Heath; Government representatives, W. M.
McQueen, E. H. Hedditch.
Municipality of Tenterfield and Shire of
Tenterfield. —Petherick, — Donnelly, J.
Coreen. — E.H. Bott, H. A. Hay, C. Howard,
A. A. Piggin, F. J. Sammons; Government
representatlves. T. J. Kelly (suggested by
Committee, C. W. Thompson.
Bingara (Shire of Gwydir, including Bin
gara municipality). — T. D. Ryan, J. Byrnes,
A. S. McColl, H. R. Munro. A. W. H. Bull;
Wearne, V. C. Ridley.
Coonamble (Shire of Wingadee. includ
ing Coonamble Municipality). —H.R. Butts
worth. W. G. Taylor, M. J. A. Feehan. J.
Landers, J. A. Berryman; Government re
presentatives, T. Everleigh, I. Skuthorpe.
Cooma (Shires of Monaro aud Dalgety,
including Cooma Municipality). — G. S. Good
win, L. Shannon. R. Craig. E. H. Litchfield,
J. R. Deegan; Government representatives,
E. H. Quodling, F. F. Mitchell.
Scone Municipality) — H. L. White. A. S.
Barwiek, E. J. Sherwood. F. Smith, G. A.
A. Fisher, F.E. Ashford.
Manilla (Shire of Mandowa and Munici
pality of Manilla.— W. M. Treneny, A. C.
Veness, J. Coote. D. McDonald, E. 0. T.
Bowman: Government representatives,H.
Stoddart, J. D. Kennedy.
Barraba (Barraba Shire). — W. T. Lockery,
J. Osborne, A. R. Saunders; J. Steven
son, C. G. Williams: Government repre
sentatives. D. H. Carter. W. H. Dean.
cipality of Glen Innes). — W. M. Legh, H.
F. Bloxham, A.A. Veness, W. Ross, J.
Coates: Government representatives, Rev.
A. P. Cameron. W. I. Perry.
Orange (Shire of Canoblas. Including
Orange Municipality). — W.R. . Boutlier, W.
Oates, E.T. McNeilly, Dr. A. E. Colvin,
M. H. Stewart; Government representatlves,
K. Beaton, G. Treweeke.
Cowra (Shire of Wangoola, including
Cowra Municipality). — J. Wright, F. McCar
ron, jun., F. Rowlands, W. H. Wordsworth,
Rev. J. Bair, J. Montgomerie.
Armidale (Dumaresq, Armidale, Hill
grove). — F. Pearson, A. Furkissa, T. L. Doc
ker, C. F. Tindal, A. Glass; Government re
presentatives, J. Slade, S. C. W. Wilson.
P. F. C. Honor Roll, and Alcohol Repatriation Committee Asked to "Apologise" (Article), Manilla Express (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 3 February 1919 [Issue No.1764] page 3 2019-11-30 20:31 words that we extend tothem our sin
words that we extend to them our sin
P. F. C. Honor Roll, and Alcohol Repatriation Committee Asked to "Apologise" (Article), Manilla Express (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 3 February 1919 [Issue No.1764] page 3 2019-11-30 20:31 whole oi the subscriptions find been
voluntary Pers, ualF he did not
i think the Repatriation Committee
ter because ot the fact that according
was required for houor rolls where
I the f 'tal expenditure was under25.
24 5s 4d. The same position had
sifecently arisen at Mosman where
the councillors had defied the Re_
l patriatiou Committee on these very
?
grounds, He could produce a
copy ofthe press to show that the
puhlished and thus show: that the
informed of the club's intentions-
Mr H Boland moved that the
club ignored the insulting letter re-
P.F.C, considers an apology is due.
to its secretary, Mr Mahon, by teh
j The motion was seconded by Mr
T Ring, who said they should all
stand by their secretary and demand,
tic Football Club. "or et6e that all names
Club
the adveut of the war there were tnree
football oluba in Manilla; viz., the Stan
dards. Imperials, and the Cuuutry Party.
When the war hmke mih it was rennii
combined reama it was decided to am
algamate. Every name on tbe Honor
Roll had at some time or gther been
members of . either of these three teams
bofoie khe amalgamation. He contended
that the amalgamation had enrouped
all members of these clubs wlio had
already gone to the war. The P.b'.U,
executive wus chosen lroua the leading
members of these thrcetlubs. No ob
old war conucil when the club was form '
before objected to the name " Patrio. ic"
aud hadevou accepted moneys raised by
them which was the surest sign of recog>
nitiou. It would be a crime to remove
names such as E. cSmith. F. Byrnes, VY,
Fitzgerald, Sprat liail and many others
country. Personally he would .rather go
to goal before he would allow these
names to be moved from the Houur Roll.
Mi N. Gardner. President Returned
Soldiersj said it appeared to him that
the Repatriation Uoinuiitteo objected to
the word Patriotic, tturely as the men
had gone to the war. fought the count
try's battles they were patriotic auil en
titled to be called patriotic, Again tbe
object of tne club was to raise money
service aud war widows funds. .There
fore the club was patriotic aud the mem-
befs had good cause to call it patriotic,
He considered the Honor Roil as it stood
now. was light in order, He' "co,uld as
sure them that the ReturuedSoldiers aud
hind the P.F.C, if they relused to re
toergeanc-Mujor Fitzgerald . thought it
was an iusult to ask the P.F.U, to lea
move the .names of any soldier.
MrB, Clarke suggested that a meetiug
of Returned Soldiers and bailors League
matter,
Mr Mclvessar considered the whole
thing mean aud contemptible. He
bad heard of a man who had
Ordered the removal of a colli u than
had been accidental iy buried on his
land and considered tuat action on a par
with tile present action ot the Repatriat
ion Committee in regard to ttiis matter.
Mr V. J, Byrnes considered it a very
mean attitude tukeu by the Repatriation
Lominittee.
Mr E V Rremer said the whoe mat1-
ter was a dirty insult Wheu a boy
to talk about takiug it off aud not ue-
lore.
Air Mulion said no name hud been
challenged so tar.
Mr in. Gardner moved "That the
Sicretury be lustruc ed to convoy t j tUe
Societal y ot Repatrialiou (jouimittee au
emptiaUc telusai to accede to tneir re
quest,
A Voice;— An I uod the following
words - tliut wo extend to lUotu our siua
cere sympathy for their ua.uos uuc up-,
pe'ariug on ilio loll. Air G Pirie.A.i.F.
seconded the motion, wmcli waasuppun-
ed by stitlirburgeuu Hamilton Plemiug,
Mr A, Miller, aud Air Li. iJLualey, 'una
corned uuauimously amidst groac eu
thusiaslll
Air Woolfe ( President J uioveu that
the Patriotic FoutLm.ii Uluo is quite prow
pared to defend its actions in any main
lor that might orop up, oeconaed by
Mr Ring, carried,
whole of the subscriptions had been
voluntary. Personally he did not
think the Repatriation Committee
ter because of the fact that according
was required for honor rolls where
the final expenditure was under £25.
£24 5s 4d. The same position had
recently arisen at Mosman where
the councillors had defied the Re
atriation Committee on these very
grounds. He could produce a
copy of the press to show that the
puhlished and thus show that the
informed of the club's intentions.
Mr H. Boland moved that the
club ignored the insulting letter re
P.F.C. considers an apology is due
to its secretary, Mr Mahon, by the
The motion was seconded by Mr
T. Ring, who said they should all
stand by their secretary and demand
tic Football Club." or else that all names
Club.
the advent of the war there were three
football clubs in Manilla; viz., the Stan
dards, Imperials, and the Country Party.
When the war broke out it was recog
combined teams it was decided to am
algamate. Every name on the Honor
Roll had at some time or other been
members of either of these three teams
before the amalgamation. He contended
that the amalgamation had engrouped
all members of these clubs who had
already gone to the war. The P.F.C.
executive was chosen from the leading
members of these three clubs. No ob
old war council when the club was form
before objected to the name "Patriotic"
and had even accepted moneys raised by
them which was the surest sign of recog
nition. It would be a crime to remove
names such as E. Smith. F. Byrnes, W.
Fitzgerald, Sprat Hall and many others
country. Personally he would rather go
to gaol before he would allow these
names to be moved from the Honor Roll.
Mr. N. Gardner, President Returned
Soldiers, said it appeared to him that
the Repatriation Committee objected to
the word Patriotic. Surely as the men
had gone to the war, fought the count
try's battles they were patriotic and en
titled to be called patriotic, Again the
object of the club was to raise money
service and war widows funds. There
fore the club was patriotic and the mem
bers had good cause to call it patriotic.
He considered the Honor Roll as it stood
now was right in order. He could as
sure them that the Returned Soldiers and
hind the P.F.C, if they refused to re
Sergeant-Major Fitzgerald thought it
was an insult to ask the P.F.U, to re
move the names of any soldier.
Mr. B. Clarke suggested that a meeting
of Returned Soldiers and Sailors League
matte.
Mr McKessar considered the whole
thing mean and contemptible. He
had heard of a man who had
ordered the removal of a coffin that
had been accidental buried on his
land and considered that action on a par
with the present action of the Repatriat
ion Committee in regard to this matter.
Mr V. J. Byrnes considered it a very
mean attitude taken by the Repatriation
Committee.
Mr E. V. Kremer said the whole mat
ter was a dirty insult. When a boy
to talk about taking it off and not be
fore.
Mr. Mahon said no name had been
challenged so far.
Mr N. Gardner moved "That the
Secretary be instructed to convey to the
Secretary of Repatriation Committee an
emphatic refusal to accede to their re
quest.
A Voice:— And add the following
words that we extend tothem our sin
cere sympathy for their names not ap
pearing on the roll. Mr. G Pirie A.I.F.
seconded the motion, which was support
ed by Staff Sergeant Hamilton Fleming,
Mr A. Miller, and Mr. B.Healey, and
carried unanimously amidst great en
thusiasm.
Mr. Woolfe ( President) moved that
the Patriotic Football Club is quite pre
pared to defend its actions in any mat
ter that might crop up. Seconded by
Mr. T. Ring, carried.

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