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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,850,189
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,368,089
5 Rhonda.M 3,191,153
...
1887 SonjaBarfoed 17,462
1888 nanderson 17,460
1889 Honora 17,450
1890 gentlerain 17,436
1891 rtbeilby 17,412
1892 jcurtain 17,411

17,436 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 91
November 2019 117
October 2019 8
September 2019 682
August 2019 1,189
May 2019 3,087
April 2019 3,946
January 2019 6
December 2018 2,684
November 2018 20
September 2018 46
June 2018 8
May 2018 3
February 2018 102
November 2017 284
October 2017 211
September 2017 284
August 2017 28
May 2017 145
March 2017 322
December 2016 5
August 2016 212
July 2016 21
June 2016 247
April 2016 69
March 2016 68
November 2015 21
October 2015 111
September 2015 498
August 2015 298
July 2015 6
June 2015 86
May 2015 30
April 2015 123
March 2015 96
January 2015 2
October 2014 1,083
September 2014 238
August 2014 185
July 2014 249
June 2014 334
February 2014 191

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,849,987
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,368,068
5 Rhonda.M 3,191,140
...
1881 LibbyD 17,471
1882 SonjaBarfoed 17,462
1883 Honora 17,446
1884 gentlerain 17,434
1885 rtbeilby 17,412
1886 jcurtain 17,411

17,434 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 91
November 2019 117
October 2019 8
September 2019 682
August 2019 1,189
May 2019 3,087
April 2019 3,945
January 2019 6
December 2018 2,684
November 2018 20
September 2018 46
June 2018 8
May 2018 3
February 2018 102
November 2017 284
October 2017 211
September 2017 284
August 2017 28
May 2017 145
March 2017 322
December 2016 5
August 2016 212
July 2016 21
June 2016 246
April 2016 69
March 2016 68
November 2015 21
October 2015 111
September 2015 498
August 2015 298
July 2015 6
June 2015 86
May 2015 30
April 2015 123
March 2015 96
January 2015 2
October 2014 1,083
September 2014 238
August 2014 185
July 2014 249
June 2014 334
February 2014 191

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 136,823
3 mickbrook 112,694
4 GeoffMMutton 66,372
5 murds5 61,555
...
3032 Garykent 2
3033 gavanp 2
3034 GeniePip 2
3035 gentlerain 2
3036 GeoffreyHunter 2
3037 GHART 2

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April 2019 1
June 2016 1


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 20 November 1940 [Issue No.32,104] page 10 2019-12-03 13:12 Hearts that love yon never forget
In memory yon are willi us yet
MOSS.—In Ins Ipi» memorv of mv dear husband
nnd our dLat fslher Josenh Chnilcs who de
parted this life November 'O 1939
Hearts that love you never forget
In memory you are with us yet
MOSS.—In Ioving memory of mv dear husband
and our dear father Joseph Charles who de
parted this life November '20 1939
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 20 November 1940 [Issue No.32,104] page 10 2019-12-03 13:10 Smiling face hean of gold
Dearer to us (nan words con tell
Was the con and brother we lot ed so -well
Inserted bs his orrowlng parents bl others ar

slstei
BUCKLAND.—In loving mellion of our dear
setted bs her loving daughters and grandchildren
CALLAGHAN.—A trtbulo of love to the memory
of my dear daughter Margnret who passed away
November 20 1039 aged 35 scars
Is softh touched to das
Inseited b\ her loving mother Mrs Young
CALLAGHAN.—Sacred to the memoiy of our
deal sister Maigaret who passed away Novem-
ber 20 1939 aged 35 jLars
Inseited bv hei loving »Isler brother In law
CALLAGHAN.—In fond nir-moi v of my dear
niece Marraret Callaghan who passed away
Remembrance keeps 3011 near
Inserted by her loving uncle Jack Vail Buren
COOK.—In loving memorv of my dear mother
and m> mother ln-lnw Adelnlde Cook who passed
awaj November -0 1939
Deep In our hearts a memors Is Wept,
Of one we los ed and never forget
Sadly missed by Millie Roy and ginndchlldrcn
Adelaide Agosta whose memory will nlwajs linger
May eternal pence be hers
Inserted by hei loving son Les
COOK.—In loting remembrance of mv dear
Alwnys rcmcmbeied
COOK.—In loving memoiy of mv dear mothei
and grandmother passed away Not ember 20, 1939.
Remembrance inserted hv Stella and Jack Heath
FISHER.—In loving mernotv of our darling son
John Ernest fell asleep Not ember .0 1938 age
lo us more precious than gold
It s the picture of oui dnrllng son
Whose memorj will ncser Krow cold
Alwaj s remembeted bv daddy mummy and
FISHER.—In losing memory of our grandson
John who passed »wal November 20 1938
Alwavs remembeted bv lils grandma grmdpn
sun John Ernest pnssrd awnv November .0 1938
A sweet lillie face that Is ever before 1
A \olcp that well never forset
A hcnutlful 'mile that lingers a!v nys
In oui memorv we see hltn \et
Sadly missed by Nanua Cm ter and Rita
Sutton Gilmore who departed thl- life November
-0 1921
Peace nei feet peace
Inseited by his loving dniiohtrrs MRrv White
Nita Cltbltl and Rinnddstighlcr Nancy Rldcevvnv
HOUSEMAN.—In loving mernotv of our dear
mother who nns'ed away Novemhei .0 1915 It
ertcd bs her loting daughters Rosn and Joan
HUMBLEY.—In loving memotv of m5 denr wife
nd our dear mother Milmed who pn»«»d a wat
November .0 1018 Invrted bv her loving hits
McAULEY.—In loving mernot v of mv dear hu»
band and our fathri William Walter who passrd
awnv November ''O 1911
longing for the fntlict Ihat we hod
With tender lose and deep regret
We who loi ed him con never forget
Intel ted bv his loving wife and famllj
McCARTHY.—In loving memniv of mv dear hus-
band Wall who deoatted this life Novemhei 20
1937 Inset ted by his loving wife and children
is at Orange Nov einher 20 1939
rhoiieh vents bring murh Hint Is nllrrcd
And days billin much thal Is new
There Is one thine never niters
Our love and our memotv of von

.nrcrted bv his losinr wife son Don daughter
In law Morrle and grandchildren B-urr and lion
McELROY.—In losing memorv of m5 belo
hliobnnd nnd our denr father Charles Augustus
svho dcpaited this life November 20, 1919.
Hearts that love von never folget
In memoij von are willi us vet
Inset led hv hi loving wife and famllj
Smiling face heartof gold
Dearer to us than words can tell
Was the son and brother we loved so well
Inserted by his sorrowlng parents and brothers and

sister.
BUCKLAND.—In loving memory of our dear
serted by her loving daughters and grandchildren
CALLAGHAN.—A tribule of love to the memory
of my dear daughter Margaret who passed away
November 20 1039 aged 35 years.
Is softly touched to-day
Inserted by her loving mother Mrs Young
CALLAGHAN.—Sacred to the memory of our
dear sister Maigaret who passed away Novem-
ber 20 1939 aged 35 years.
Inserted bv hei loving sIster, brother In law
CALLAGHAN.—In fond memoryv of my dear
niece Margaret Callaghan who passed away
Remembrance keeps you near
Inserted by her loving uncle Jack Van Buren
COOK.—In loving memory of my dear mother
and my mother ln-law Adelalde Cook who passed
away November 20 1939
Deep In our hearts a memors Is kept,
Of one we loved and never forget
Sadly missed by Millie Roy and grandchildren
Adelaide Agosta whose memory will always linger
May eternal peace be hers
Inserted by her loving son Les
COOK.—In loving remembrance of my dear
Always remembered
COOK.—In loving memoiy of mv dear mother
and grandmother passed away Nov ember 20, 1939.
Remembrance inserted by Stella and Jack Heath
FISHER.—In loving mernory of our darling son
John Ernest fell asleep November .20 1938 age
To us more precious than gold
It s the picture of our darling son
Whose memory will never grow cold
Always remembered by daddy mummy and
FISHER.—In loving memory of our grandson
John who passed away November 20 1938
Alwavs remembered bv his grandma grandpa,
son John Ernest passed awnv November 20 1938
A sweet lillie face that Is ever before us
A voice that we'll never forset
A beautiful smile that lingers always
In our memorv we see him yet.
Sadly missed by Nanna Carter and Rita
Sutton Gilmore who departed thls life November
20 1921
Peace perfect peace
Inserted by his loving daughters Mary White
Nita Cubltt and granddaughter Nancy Rldgeway
HOUSEMAN.—In loving mernory of our dear
mother who passed away Novemhei .20 1915 In
sertted by her loving daughters Rose and Joan
HUMBLEY.—In loving memory of my denr wife
and our dear mother Mildred who passed away
November 20 1018 Inserted by her loving huss
McAULEY.—In loving mernoryv of mv dear hus
band and our father William Walter who passed
away November 20 1933
longing for the father Ihat we had
With tender love and deep regret
We who loved him can never forget
Inser ted by his loving wife and famlly
McCARTHY.—In loving memory of mv dear hus-
band Wall who departed this life Novemhei 20
1937 Inserted by his loving wife and children
away at Orange Novemberr 20 1939
Though years bring much that is altered
And days bring much that is new
There Is one thing never alters
Our love and our memory of you

Inserted by his loving wife, son Don, daughter
In law Morrle and grandchildren Bruce and Ron
McELROY.—In loving memory of my beloved
husband and our dear father Charles Augustus
who departed this life November 20, 1919.
Hearts that love yon never forget
In memory yon are willi us yet
Inserted by his loving wife and family
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Wednesday 4 October 1848 [Issue No.444] page 3 2019-11-28 11:35 distance from the " Spre.id Eagle,"
<nd paving the expense'of this advertise-
1516 Lochinvar.
I HAVE at length much pleasure in an-
nouncing to tho«e concerned in West
of long experience io Teaching ut home, in
afterwards in one of the most eminent train-
Next, Oct. 9ih; TAKS CHARGE of the
SCHOOL finnerty taught by Mr. and Mrs.
the proprietor of an extpnsivp, well
waterpd, fattening run, known as " BROAD-
and np to the present time the blacks have
1515 Annadale.
highest mai ket price will be given. 'Apply
Wesi Maitland.
The Kew South Wales Sporting
Price-Two Shillings and Srxpence
Peat I Yacht. 5. Tram v. Rail 6. Love.
7. The Planet Neptune. 8 The Honor-
1519 West Maitland.
15 hands high, hy the A. A. Company's
¿alps b}> auction.
MR. CROFTON has received instruc-
Mr. Miller's, " Newington Butts Innr" on
Friday Next, October 6, 1848, at TweWe
A numb'r of superior-bred HORSES and
ALSO1
MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTY. 1522
i|R. CROFTON has bppn honoured with
T I instructions to sell hy public auction,
on the Ground, without reservp, on TUESDAY
in Put-street, Singleton, containing 44-teet
frontage each by 132 leet ni depth,
Tjtle Unexceptionable.
be found well worthy the aiuntion of in-
Terms made known at sale. 1521
or
ages to Hleh-stregt, Ac.
Maitland, on Tub-day, the 3Ut October, al
being pan of " Sloan's" and " Dawson's"
land/" situate in High-street, and running
surveyed, anil staked nut into convenient
Lot 3 i
Lot 4 *
H,is a frontage of 371 feet to a reserved
Has a frontage of 37 i feet to a reserved
Has a frontaee of 37 £ feet to a reserved
street, and a rieptirol i21£ feet.
Measures 46 feet to me reserved street, and
of 34J feet to the river Hunter.
residue by bills at 3, 6, and 9 mouths
These Allotments »re sitnuted iii the centre
High-street; and as they are,sa well known
to the public, the Auctioneer deems ü,jun
becee«bry to say mpre 'pii the aubu'ect tliâfl^o
caji attèùtiun-. tjô ' thej^Hp%%$ffy0jà£fin
unexpected opportunity" of ob'tainiug "most
desirable property un very ea.«y terms.
1523
distance from the " Spread Eagle,"
and paying the expense of this advertise
Lochinvar.
I HAVE at length much pleasure in an
nouncing to those concerned in West
of long experience in Teaching at home, in
afterwards in one of the most eminent train
Next, Oct. 9th, TAKS CHARGE of the
SCHOOL formerly taught by Mr. and Mrs.
the proprietor of an extensive, well
watered, fattening run, known as " BROAD-
and up to the present time the blacks have
Annadale.
highest market price will be given. Apply
West Maitland.
The New South Wales Sporting
Price-Two Shillings and Sixpence
Pearl Yacht. 5. Tram v. Rail 6. Love.
7. The Planet Neptune. 8 The Honor
West Maitland.
15 hands high, by the A. A. Company's
Sales by Auction
MR. CROFTON has received instruc
Mr. Miller's, " Newington Butts Inn" on
Friday Next, October 6, 1848, at Twelve
A number of superior-bred HORSES and
ALSO
MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTY.
MR. CROFTON has been honoured with
instructions to sell by public auction,
on the Ground, without reserve, on TUESDAY
in Pitt-street, Singleton, containing 44-teet
frontage each by 132 feet in depth,
TITLE Unexceptionable.
be found well worthy the attention of in-
Terms made known at sale.
of
ages to High-street, Ac.
Maitland, on Tuesday, the 31st October, at
being part of " Sloan's" and " Dawson's"
land" situate in High-street, and running
surveyed, and staked out into convenient
Lot 3
Lot 4
Has a frontage of 371 feet to a reserved
Has a frontage of 37 ½ feet to a reserved
Has a frontaee of 37½ feet to a reserved
street, and a depth of 121½ feet.
Measures 46 feet to thereserved street, and
of 34½ feet to the river Hunter.
residue by bills at 3, 6, and 9 months
These Allotments are sitnuted in the centre
High-street; and as they are so well known
to the public, the Auctioneer deems it un
necessary to say more on the subject than to
call attention to the sale as affording an
unexpected opportunity of obtaining most
desirable property on very easy terms.

Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 23 July 1921 [Issue No.13,573] page 4 2019-11-18 13:27 ONE?LI)Ol.-A? cheriehleed tribute or
loving ruemheraaice to our dearest
mother ond grandmother, Elialnbeth
Sneddon, whom God coled to rest July
24r, 1120, ged 8t yeuro 11½ nonths.
Forever witl the Lord.-Ever remem
bored by her loving daughter, son-In
law, and grandson, 1100Rose and Edward
Weodbridge, and little Ben, Raymond
Terrace. 8302
mother, father, grandmother, grand-
years 11½ months and William Thoro-
God called to rest to July 24,1920, and
August 9, 1891; also dear Uncle Tho-
dear husband. Wlilliam Latham, who
and wife, also granddaughter, grand-
William Gllson, Ivy and Cecil, Lamb-
ton. 83102
Beresavement l?ollces.
"W', the ull]dersigned, desire to than1
nil our friellds for their lindhres in o1ur
late sad Iereavemenlt, also thoso who
sent cards, lettere. telogralns. , and
wreaths, Mlrs. il. JOIlNSON & FAM
ILY, Ilobart-roud, Now LInhbton. 8:121
TI1ANKS.-We, the underlnignedl, wish
to thanl, all )1(nd friends for their syml
pathy, also wharf-labourers, !riends,
and lneighboursl of Cooll'u Hill, tir, and
Mrs. Martln, iand Cooks 1-ill Surf CIllb,,
for wreaths, telegrams, etc., tn our Inte
nd hereavement. hMrs. RMElS & 'AM
ILY. 8112
''IIANKS.--Wo herehby tunder our lln
orre and hearlfelt htlluhks to the nolgh
lour's lond friellds for Ilhell kindlneoss In
(l(l, recent sad IerOavelellt; also to all
tllhos hat seOllt w(r'reatLhs, cards, 1tele
grlllll, l1(d lettera of symplathy. Mru. A.
NOBiLE & FAMILY, Sonlmnerhull, Lam10b
tonll. 6103
SNEDDON A cherished tribute of
loving remembrance to our dearest
mother and grandmother, Elizabeth
Sneddon, whom God called to rest July
24, 1920, aged 86 years 11½ months.
Forever with the Lord.- Ever remem
bered by her loving daughter, son-in-
law, and grandson, Rose and Edward
Woodbridge, and little Ben, Raymond
Terrace.
mother, father, grandmother, grand
years 11½ months and William Thoro
God called to rest on July 24,1920, and
August 9, 1891; also dear Uncle Tho
dear husband, Wlilliam Latham, who
and wife, also granddaughter, grand
William Gllson, Ivy and Cecil, Lamb
ton.
Bereavement Notices.
"We the undersigned, desire to thank
all our friends for their kindness in our
late sad bereavement, also those who
sent cards, letters. telograms and
wreaths, Mrs. M. JOHNSON & FAM
ILY, Hobart-road, New Lambton.
THANKS.-We, the undersigned, wish
to thank all kind friends for their sym
pathy, also wharf-labourers, friends,
and neighbours of Cook's Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. Martln, and Cooks Hill Surf CIub,,
for wreaths, telegrams, etc. in our late
sad hereavement. Mrs. REES & FAM
THANKS We herehby tender our sin
cere and hearlfelt thanks to the nelgh
bour's and friends for their kindness In
our recent sad bereavement; also to all
those that sent wreaths, cards, tele
grams, and letters of sympathy. Mrs. A.
NOBiLE & FAMILY, Summerhill, Lamb
ton.
SUMMONS DIVISION STRAYING STOCK. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 1 December 1934 [Issue No.18,139] page 6 2019-11-17 07:36 O : NS: : ?uVIMNsio Igo N :
:- STRAYINGG STOCK.
- George EdwarIds;:'of Haimilton. lattohew
oip:r;oi. or" Conls'.Hill? Le'onard IilHdboii,
of Noinlsntl, XRichairdBorrin man'oL .Couok'e
lill, .'ind Go sClerki oft.Wickhaim. ricre
nach :tined a5/, with S./;cbsts, in default
two da;s' imprisonioehto for olha iog ownucil
horseso wbhi?h:. ere'fom?nd tresiassing on
Nationnl la' reserve on -Novetber 12.
Theo Healtl' Inspector (~Ir. S. O'Keefe)
took action on behalf of: Newcastle City
Couicil.
SUMMONS DIVISION
STRAYING STOCK.
- George EdwarIds, of Hamilton. Matthew
Taper of Cook's Hill, Leonard Hudson,
of Newcastle, Richard Berriman, of Cook's
Hill and Gus Clarke, of Wickham, were
each fined 5/, with 8/ costss, in default
two days' imprisonment for having owned
horses which were found trespassing on
National Park reserve on Novetber 12.
The Health Inspector (Mr. S. O'Keefe)
took action on behalf of Newcastle City
Council
Linesman Falls From Pole (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Friday 28 January 1949 [Issue No.22,565] page 2 2019-11-17 07:27 Matthew Taper, 381 railway lines
lay workshops yesterday. , "He
suffcred a fractured right anm,
when he fell. He' broke his fall
Matthew Taper, 38 railway lines
lay workshops yesterday. He
suffered a fractured right anm,
when he fell. He broke his fall
LAMBTON. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 13 September 1906 [Issue No.9936] page 3 2019-10-05 20:46 Another old rolesident passed away yester
day In the person of Mrs. IH. Grant, wife
of Mr. IHenry Grant, Ianbton. Deceaonsed
Red Lion Hotel in Young-stroeet, Lambton.
,ro. Grant, who waq 78 yoeas of oge, las
beso an Invalid ror tho past four yearo.
Thle funeral will leavoe deceaqed'a late
resldenoce to-day. '
Another old resident passed away yester
day In the person of Mrs. H. Grant, wife
of Mr. Henry Grant, Lanbton. Deceased
Red Lion Hotel in Young-street, Lambton.
Mrs. Grant, who was 78 years of age, has
been an Invalid for the past four years.
The funeral will leave deceased's late
resldence to-day.
Personal. (Article), Mullumbimby Star (NSW : 1906 - 1936), Thursday 17 August 1916 [Issue No.657] page 2 2019-09-11 19:55 8 ? ' *
9 . m ?
. nn t, niont'u hnlidav trin to Brisbane.
? a a «
' Mr and Mrs C. Duffy (late' of
. land on a holiday. .
Mr and. Mrs Hector King, .'Bruns
?for a holiday trip :in Queensland - and
e ? c
s ? a
e ? a
On Thursday night there . passed
away at Nurse, Brown's hospital, Mr.
sympathy of the district goes oat to
* * *
* * *
on a week's holday trip to Brisbane.
* * *
Mr and Mrs C. Duffy (late of
land on a holiday. .
Mr and. Mrs Hector King, Bruns
for a holiday trip :in Queensland and
* * *
* * *
* * *
On Thursday night there passed
away at Nurse Brown's hospital, Mr.
sympathy of the district goes out to
NEW CLARENCE RESIDENTS FAREWELLED AT ANNA BAY MR. AND MRS. J. H. BLANCH. OF KUNGALA. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Thursday 12 September 1929 [Issue No.28963] page 1 2019-09-11 19:42 "last Wednesday evening, when Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Blanch and family were fare-
the Port Stephens "Pilot." Visitors at-
, -tended from Sydney, Newcastle' and most
4 of the districts around, showing the great
v respect in which the Blanch family is
ffeld. The' hall was packed to its utmost,
and -beyond' it.
Mr. C. S. Blanch occupied the qhair
.Mr. and Mrs. Blanch and family were
presented Mrs". Blanch with a canteen of
mitiery/' on behalf of the residents of
ivit'ii a leather travelling ease and "rug.
girl . friends, who gave her a brush and
'comb. The schoolboys, Peter and Elbert,
yveVe presented by fheir fellow:scholars,
scribed . the names of their schoolmates.
At D'is stage, Mr. diaries Diemar asked
to' be allowed, on behalf of Mr. Blanch's
sisters aiid brothers, to present Air. and'
Mrs'/ Blanch' with a'" wallet of notes.
one eulogised tlie good qualities, of the
r\J- departing guests and referred to the loss
> the removal of the family would be to
tlie district," and wished them health and
Mr. Blanch, - on. rising - to respond, was
greeted ivitli applause. Being a very
modest . man, disliking publicity of any
li-e .said he felt overcome by the' valuable
and by .the expressions of goodwill to-
wards them that evening. lie thanked
the residents for their wholeheartedriess
valuable and the kind- remarks over--
drawn. " In 'conclusion, ' Air. Blanch,
oil behalf of his wife and .family, thank
ed the residents for their- valuable gifts
tation ' t6" all present to visit them' in
their new home at Kungala, near Graf-
" Mri Alan Blanch also thanked, the re
sidents, on behalf of , his parents, sister
arid b"rot-hersj ftjr tlieir- "g6od wiSiies and
presents. ' '-"
exceilenf suppef was served, and the rest
of. tiie 'evening was given -over to chat-
ting' anfl dancing/' ' - Ac: ; '
At a meeting -of the Parents and Citi
zen's' Association on . Monday evening,
Mr; and Mrs. J.' Hi Blanch tendered their
resignations as members. They had . been
active members and Air. Blanch had oc
appreciation of his services, to the asso-
\ ciation as secretary, Air. Blanch was pre
sented with a fountain pen. Mrs. AI. L.
Blanch, in making tlie presentation on
- referred to Air. Blanch as a man of ' in
good cbmmonsen'se, unbiassed opinion and
sound "judgment made him a valuable
associate to any body or organisation to'
which lie was attached. Whatever he did,-
he did faithfully and well, because lie
In Airs'. Blanch, they were losing an
t outspoken . and her opinion had always
sion, the speaker asked Air. and Airs,
i Blanch to accept for tlieriiselves and
I family, the .very good wishes of the P.
AI. L. Blanch and Mrs. Johnson also spoke
in" li'igli' "terms of Mr. and Airs. Blanch
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Blanch wero
noon, Messrs'. Alan and Steve Blanch
were' the guests of honor, and each was
presented with a 'fountain pen by fellow-
club members, Mr/'Lovell Blanch making
the pfesenfation to Steve and Air. F.
KerslaRe to Alan. In doing so, they ex
pressed regret/ at losing . two such good
club and hail supported it ever since.
Mr. .1." English also spoke of the loss the
boys would be to the ejub and how tiiey
ybung ladies. The recipients thanked their
cliibmates fof the gifts and spoke of the
happy- times they had spent at Anna Bay.
last Wednesday evening, when Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Blanch and family were fare
the Port Stephens "Pilot." Visitors at
tended from Sydney, Newcastle and most
of the districts around, showing the great
respect in which the Blanch family is
held. The hall was packed to its utmost,
and beyond' it.
Mr. C. S. Blanch occupied the chair
Mr. and Mrs. Blanch and family were
presented Mrs. Blanch with a canteen of
cutlery on behalf of the residents of
with a leather travelling case and rug.
girl friends, who gave her a brush and
comb. The schoolboys, Peter and Elbert,
were presented by fheir fellow:scholars,
scribed the names of their schoolmates.
At this stage, Mr. Charles Diemar asked
to be allowed, on behalf of Mr. Blanch's
sisters and brothers, to present Mr. and
Mrs Blanch with a wallet of notes.
one eulogised the good qualities, of the
departing guests and referred to the loss
the removal of the family would be to
the district, and wished them health and
Mr. Blanch, on. rising to respond, was
greeted with applause. Being a very
modest man, disliking publicity of any
he .said he felt overcome by the valuable
and by the expressions of goodwill t
wards them that evening. Hee thanked
the residents for their wholeheartedness
valuable and the kind remarks over
drawn. In conclusion, Mr. Blanch,
on behalf of his wife and family, thank
ed the residents for their valuable gifts
tation to all present to visit them in
their new home at Kungala, near Graf
Mr Alan Blanch also thanked, the re
sidents, on behalf of his parents, sister
and brothers, for their good wishes and
presents.
exceilenf supper was served, and the rest
of. the evening was given over to chat
ting and dancing.
At a meeting of the Parents and Citi
zen's' Association on Monday evening,
Mr; and Mrs. J. H. Blanch tendered their
resignations as members. They had been
active members and Mr. Blanch had oc
appreciation of his services, to the asso
ciation as secretary, Mr. Blanch was pre
sented with a fountain pen. Mrs. M. L.
Blanch, in making the presentation on
referred to Mr. Blanch as a man of in
good commonsense, unbiassed opinion and
sound judgment made him a valuable
associate to any body or organisation to
which he was attached. Whatever he did,
he did faithfully and well, because he
In Mrs. Blanch, they were losing an
outspoken and her opinion had always
sion, the speaker asked Mr. and Mrs.
Blanch to accept for themselves and
M. L. Blanch and Mrs. Johnson also spoke
in high terms of Mr. and Mrs. Blanch
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Blanch were
noon, Messrs. Alan and Steve Blanch
were the guests of honor, and each was
presented with a fountain pen by fellow
club members, Mr Lovell Blanch making
the presenfation to Steve and Mr. F.
Kerslake to Alan. In doing so, they ex
club and have supported it ever since.
Mr. .J. English also spoke of the loss the
boys would be to the club and how they
young ladies. The recipients thanked their
clubmates for the gifts and spoke of the
happy times they had spent at Anna Bay.
The Late Mr. F. Blanch (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Friday 23 October 1942 [Issue No.2550] page 3 2019-09-07 09:15 The Late Mr. Fa Blanch
The late Mr. Prank Blanch, whose
Jas. Blanch and liis brothers still
living are Messrs. Axnby and'Reg;,1
(Swan Bay), Alex., Fen., Albert 'ana
Arthur Blanch (Lairibton) . ' - There'
were two sisters, but both 'are deceas
ed. The1 late Mr. Blanch had been
in illrhe'alth for ' about three years
and his demise was' not tmexpe'ctedj
the timber' trade pract:cally all hrs
had -gained the (goodwill of the com
body was interred in the Church or
Prank: of- Telegraph Point, and Clar
daughters, Mesdames Debnam, ot
Gloucester and Cecil Andrew, 'Ben
The Late Mr. F. Blanch
The late Mr. Frank Blanch, whose
Jas. Blanch and his brothers still
living are Messrs. Amby and Reg,
(Swan Bay), Alex., Fen., Albert and
Arthur Blanch (Lambton) . There
were two sisters, but both are deceas
ed. The late Mr. Blanch had been
in ill health for about three years
and his demise was not unexpected.
the timber trade practically all his
had gained the goodwill of the com
body was interred in the Church of
Frank: of Telegraph Point, and Clar
daughters, Mesdames Debnam, of
Gloucester and Cecil Andrew, Ben

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