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1 JohnWarren 5,830,241
2 noelwoodhouse 3,926,602
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,334,317
5 Rhonda.M 3,146,473
...
353 rmcn6459 140,289
354 denben42 139,476
355 australianfootball.com-SPG 138,471
356 jeffreyd 137,843
357 Cerridwen 137,706
358 Lance.Dwyer 137,370

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November 2019 3,948
October 2019 13,843
September 2019 9,124
August 2019 13,131
July 2019 23,146
June 2019 17,631
May 2019 17,158
April 2019 4
October 2018 426
June 2018 6
February 2018 235
January 2018 1,096
December 2017 3,293
November 2017 8,930
October 2017 13,568
September 2017 12,304

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1 JohnWarren 5,830,039
2 noelwoodhouse 3,926,602
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,334,296
5 Rhonda.M 3,146,460
...
352 rmcn6459 140,289
353 denben42 139,473
354 australianfootball.com-SPG 138,471
355 jeffreyd 137,834
356 Cerridwen 137,706
357 Lance.Dwyer 137,370

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October 2019 13,834
September 2019 9,124
August 2019 13,131
July 2019 23,146
June 2019 17,631
May 2019 17,158
April 2019 4
October 2018 426
June 2018 6
February 2018 235
January 2018 1,096
December 2017 3,293
November 2017 8,930
October 2017 13,568
September 2017 12,304

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2 PhilThomas 135,444
3 mickbrook 111,521
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,528
...
1878 jakd 9
1879 janedoe 9
1880 JeanetteAnn 9
1881 jeffreyd 9
1882 Jenny-Wren 9
1883 jffh 9

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Speeding Up Scheme For Radio Plane Guidance FEDERAL PLANS FOR VOTE IN BUDGET (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 22 February 1936 [Issue No.6] page 8 2019-11-08 18:25 Speeding Up Schfeme
PLANSFOR
pROVISION of directional
- finding stations is under
Government, with- the prospect
net disaster will help to accel
general question of, improving ground
organisation, which includes installa
It is not entirely a Defence De
partment responsibility, since' direc
tional finding , stations are required
Some months ago -shipping inter
ests stated that they were consider
ing- removing ' directional r finding
equipment .from their ships, since no
stations existed for their employ
In Narxomine yesterday . Mr. H.
Bowden Fletcher, D.P.C., secretary
VI uuc iiawuuuuc Aero uiuu, uc-
scribed- .the installation of directional
travel over mountainous country -in
on all air lines, the better for avia
tion," Mr. Fletcher said..
recently had. an experience with a
This experience probably had tend
to , the accident.
Victor Sinfleld, one of Wednesday's
Corps, to which Mr. Sinfleld belonged,
acted as pall-bearers. ' . . .
Chief mourners were: Mrs. Sinfleld
(widow). Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sinfleld (par
ents), Mr. and Mrs. Jarrctt (brother-in-
Clarke, S. Clarke, -V. Sinfleld, S. Blggers,
of the plane, will leave Our Ladv of
Randwlck, to-day at 9.30 a.m„ after a Re
quiem Mass, lor Randwlck. Cemetery.
wniu duu uueiea Liiuir ussisiiauue.
said Mr. J. -C. Lyons, chairman of
"In particular, I would like to spe
Representatives of the Church, medi
cal profession, Press, and police ren
dered great service in the trying or
Speeding Up Scheme
PLANS FOR
PROVISION of directional
finding stations is under
Government, with the prospect
net disaster will help to accel-
general question of improving ground
organisation, which includes installa-
It is not entirely a Defence De-
partment responsibility, since direc-
tional finding stations are required
Some months ago shipping inter-
ests stated that they were consider-
ing removing directional finding
equipment from their ships, since no
stations existed for their employ-
In Narromine yesterday Mr. H.
Bowden Fletcher, D.F.C., secretary
of the Narromine Aero Club, de-
scribed the installation of directional
travel over mountainous country in
on all air lines, the better for avia-
tion," Mr. Fletcher said.
recently had an experience with a
This experience probably had tend-
to the accident.
Victor Sinfield, one of Wednesday's
Corps, to which Mr. Sinfield belonged,
acted as pall-bearers.
Chief mourners were: Mrs. Sinfield
(widow). Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sinfield (par-
ents), Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett (brother-in-
Clarke, S. Clarke, V. Sinfield, S. Biggers,
of the plane, will leave Our Lady of
Randwick, to-day at 9.30 a.m„ after a Re-
quiem Mass, for Randwick. Cemetery.
ward and offered their assistance,"
said Mr. J. C. Lyons, chairman of
"In particular, I would like to spe-
Representatives of the Church, medi-
cal profession, Press, and police ren-
dered great service in the trying or-
NIGHT FLYING CONSIDERABLE OPPOSITION FOLLOWING FATAL CRASH SYDNEY. Thursday. (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Saturday 22 February 1936 page 1 2019-11-08 18:19 aviation circles as jal result of the fatal
, W.A.S.P. AirlineB Gannet maenme with
He difficulties of n5ghit blind flyipg
are considered to (militate against the
advancement «f aviation, insofar as
the possibility of accidents under ad
verse ftyiing idonditions is likely to
result in a ^general disinclination of
The difficulties that a pilot encount
tlhn altimeter TttrtfrtdZrrt nnt hi'o hAioht
which 'he departed, where the inptru
mfent is set -at zero..
aviation circles as a result of the fatal
W.A.S.P. Airlines Gannet machine with
He difficulties of night blind flying
are considered to militate against the
advancement of aviation, insofar as
the possibility of accidents under ad-
verse flying conditions is likely to
result in a general disinclination of
The difficulties that a pilot encount-
the altimeter registers not his height
which he departed, where the instru-
ment is set at zero.
NIGHT FLYING CONSIDERABLE OPPOSITION FOLLOWING FATAL CRASH SYDNEY. Thursday. (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Saturday 22 February 1936 page 1 2019-11-08 18:16 ?T - . 4* ? -
PILOT SMALL Plane Smash Victim FORMER GRAFTON RESIDENT COLONEL BRUXNER'S TRIBUTE. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Saturday 22 February 1936 [Issue No.8602] page 4 2019-11-08 18:16 Small, of Swan Creek, who, as a sur
of the new Swan Creek bridge a fort
Miss Small stated yesterday that dur
he knew well ' and had referred to him
telephoned to Glen ' Innes to .sympa
thise with her brother, Mr; 'E. A. Small,
less than a fortnight ago she accom
On Wednesday the family had Jre-j-'
Mrs. Small was ignorant of her hus
know when her husband would re
Small, of Swan Creek, who, as a sur-
of the new Swan Creek bridge a fort-
Miss Small stated yesterday that dur-
he knew well and had referred to him
telephoned to Glen Innes to sympa-
thise with her brother, Mr. E. A. Small,
less than a fortnight ago she accom-
On Wednesday the family had re-
Mrs. Small was ignorant of her hus-
know when her husband would re-
PILOT SMALL Plane Smash Victim FORMER GRAFTON RESIDENT COLONEL BRUXNER'S TRIBUTE. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Saturday 22 February 1936 [Issue No.8602] page 4 2019-11-08 18:14 The pilot of the plane was Ed
win John Small. Who, as a young
man, was on the staff of the Graf
South. Wales. He was 30 years of.
auctioneer, of Glen Innes, and a de
The pilot of the plane was Ed-
win John Small, who, as a young
man, was on the staff of the Graf-
South Wales. He was 30 years of
auctioneer, of Glen Innes, and a de-
SCENE OF AIR CRASH Inspection by Committee Effect on Night Flying (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 22 February 1936 [Issue No.27,928] page 25 2019-11-08 18:13 BVDNEY, friday.-It is expected that,
following the loss of five lives In the
deaux Dam on Wednesday night,, there
opinion In favour of new regulations for
compulsory carrying of Hares, as the pay
man), Oroup-Captaln E. Harrison, and
supply. The Are which followed tho
crash ia considered to indicate the pre-
him, had no time to avoid a' crash.
SYDNEY, Friday.-It is expected that,
following the loss of five lives in the
deaux Dam on Wednesday night, there
opinion in favour of new regulations for
compulsory carrying of flares, as the pay
man), Group-Captain E. Harrison, and
supply. The fire which followed the
crash is considered to indicate the pre-
him, had no time to avoid a crash.
FATAL CRASH. FLYING AT NIGHT. QUESTION OF REGULATIONS. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 22 February 1936 [Issue No.30,620] page 17 2019-11-08 18:11 QUESTION OF_REGULATIONS.
It Is likely that, following the tragic crash
body of opinion In favour of new regulations
pointed out that a licensed pilot Is entitled to
There Is considered to be little ground for
followed the crash Is considered to indicate
of petrol. Local officials are Inclined to the
or near Sydney, and, on flying lower to In-
chine which was Incinerated and had even
"In particular. I should like to mention Mr.
rendered great service In the trying ordeal
My company conveys Its deepest sympathy to
QUESTION OF REGULATIONS.
It is likely that, following the tragic crash
body of opinion in favour of new regulations
pointed out that a licensed pilot is entitled to
There is considered to be little ground for
followed the crash is considered to indicate
of petrol. Local officials are inclined to the
or near Sydney, and, on flying lower to in-
chine which was incinerated and had even
"In particular, I should like to mention Mr.
rendered great service in the trying ordeal
My company conveys its deepest sympathy to
NIGHT-FLYING MAY BE TIGHTENED UP AIR SAFETY STEPS ARE LIKELY NEW RULES ? BEACONS-TRAINING (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Friday 21 February 1936 [Issue No.8155] page 11 2019-11-08 18:07 For some time the matter ot com
pulsory radio equipment for air ser
vice 'planes has been under con
'planes, run by Holyman's; they com
municate with Amalgamated Wire
Cook's Itiver by Amalgamated Wire
less.' This should be in operation
shortly
tlie Qantas route between Cltttt-
curry and Longreacb by the aid
of light beacons marking tlie
To-day. the Air Accidents Commit
tee members— Group-Captain Har
rison, COl. Murdoch, and Mr. D. Ross
(Superintendent of Flying Opera
Is the Gannet 'plane that it is not
thought that the Investigators can
learn from the wrcckuge anything of
will see the manner in which tlie
machine catr.e down.
Mr. Wilfred Klngsford Smith,
manngcr of W.A.S.P. Airlines, said
to-day that- -the only reason the
intra nflAriArl irt vnn r>Vt n rlnntnt iir.
For some time the matter of com-
pulsory radio equipment for air ser-
vice 'planes has been under con-
'planes, run by Holyman's; they com-
municate with Amalgamated Wire-
Cook's River by Amalgamated Wire
less. This should be in operation
shortly.
the Qantas route between Clon-
curry and Longreach by the aid
of light beacons marking the
To-day, the Air Accidents Commit-
tee members— Group-Captain Har-
rison, Col. Murdoch, and Mr. D. Ross
(Superintendent of Flying Opera-
is the Gannet 'plane that it is not
thought that the investigators can
learn from the wreckage anything of
will see the manner in which the
machine came down.
Mr. Wilfred Kingsford Smith,
maneger of W.A.S.P. Airlines, said
to-day that the only reason the
gers, needed to reach a doctor ur-
NIGHT-FLYING MAY BE TIGHTENED UP AIR SAFETY STEPS ARE LIKELY NEW RULES ? BEACONS-TRAINING (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Friday 21 February 1936 [Issue No.8155] page 11 2019-11-08 18:04 JHE Gannet 'plane tragedy-
introduction of new . Civil
with the sarety or passenger
night-flying until light beacons arc
extensive tests in night blind- Hying.
The dcoartmenl nus already matte
weather conditions or at night, by Its
recent requirement that all commer
cial pilots shall pass blind-Hying
scheme to fly all interstate air mall
at nlglit, complete night-flying facili
THE Gannet 'plane tragedy-
introduction of new Civil
with the safety or passenger
night-flying until light beacons are
extensive tests in night blind- flying.
The department has already made
weather conditions or at night, by its
recent requirement that all commer-
cial pilots shall pass blind-flying
scheme to fly all interstate air mail
at night, complete night-flying facili-
NIGHT-FLYING MAY BE TIGHTENED UP AIR SAFETY STEPS ARE LIKELY NEW RULES ? BEACONS-TRAINING (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Friday 21 February 1936 [Issue No.8155] page 11 2019-11-08 18:02 q

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