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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,119,558
2 noelwoodhouse 4,034,066
3 DonnaTelfer 3,558,496
4 Rhonda.M 3,538,942
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
386 jjh1234 136,310
387 Midland4 135,480
388 emah01 135,351
389 lest-we-forget 135,223
390 mgregory 135,075
391 geoffrox08 134,769

135,223 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2020 57
April 2020 261
January 2020 16
December 2019 20
September 2019 8
June 2019 162
May 2019 286
April 2019 55
March 2019 55
February 2019 2
November 2018 254
October 2018 4
September 2018 210
August 2018 52
July 2018 1,497
June 2018 45
April 2018 134
March 2018 135
January 2018 2,248
November 2017 162
October 2017 960
September 2017 1,423
August 2017 1,406
July 2017 796
April 2017 840
March 2017 706
January 2017 14
November 2016 109
August 2016 40
May 2016 53
April 2016 609
March 2016 522
December 2015 42
November 2015 485
October 2015 123
August 2015 25
July 2015 362
June 2015 511
May 2015 574
March 2015 974
February 2015 205
December 2014 537
November 2014 64
October 2014 606
September 2014 298
August 2014 1,178
July 2014 415
June 2014 657
May 2014 59
April 2014 45
March 2014 1,095
February 2014 1,443
January 2014 2,518
December 2013 719
November 2013 1,522
October 2013 1,169
September 2013 4,082
August 2013 1,706
July 2013 735
June 2013 278
May 2013 141
April 2013 304
March 2013 399
February 2013 1,081
January 2013 2,666
December 2012 2,691
November 2012 1,413
October 2012 4,540
September 2012 4,336
August 2012 4,344
July 2012 2,127
June 2012 3,471
May 2012 2,132
April 2012 3,415
March 2012 2,482
February 2012 2,383
January 2012 5,122
December 2011 4,543
November 2011 2,902
October 2011 1,834
September 2011 2,933
July 2011 491
June 2011 3,282
May 2011 1,345
April 2011 298
March 2011 874
February 2011 734
January 2011 298
December 2010 3,153
November 2010 5,963
October 2010 3,100
September 2010 2,037
August 2010 4,262
July 2010 1,837
June 2010 3,862
May 2010 1,578
April 2010 1,432
March 2010 3,528
February 2010 898
January 2010 247
December 2009 206
November 2009 1,689
October 2009 3,282

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,119,356
2 noelwoodhouse 4,034,066
3 DonnaTelfer 3,558,470
4 Rhonda.M 3,538,929
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
385 squeem 135,733
386 Midland4 135,480
387 emah01 135,351
388 lest-we-forget 135,200
389 mgregory 135,075
390 stevemac3 134,719

135,200 line(s) corrected.

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May 2020 57
April 2020 261
January 2020 16
December 2019 20
September 2019 8
June 2019 162
May 2019 286
April 2019 55
March 2019 55
February 2019 2
November 2018 254
October 2018 4
September 2018 210
August 2018 52
July 2018 1,489
June 2018 45
April 2018 134
March 2018 135
January 2018 2,233
November 2017 162
October 2017 960
September 2017 1,423
August 2017 1,406
July 2017 796
April 2017 840
March 2017 706
January 2017 14
November 2016 109
August 2016 40
May 2016 53
April 2016 609
March 2016 522
December 2015 42
November 2015 485
October 2015 123
August 2015 25
July 2015 362
June 2015 511
May 2015 574
March 2015 974
February 2015 205
December 2014 537
November 2014 64
October 2014 606
September 2014 298
August 2014 1,178
July 2014 415
June 2014 657
May 2014 59
April 2014 45
March 2014 1,095
February 2014 1,443
January 2014 2,518
December 2013 719
November 2013 1,522
October 2013 1,169
September 2013 4,082
August 2013 1,706
July 2013 735
June 2013 278
May 2013 141
April 2013 304
March 2013 399
February 2013 1,081
January 2013 2,666
December 2012 2,691
November 2012 1,413
October 2012 4,540
September 2012 4,336
August 2012 4,344
July 2012 2,127
June 2012 3,471
May 2012 2,132
April 2012 3,415
March 2012 2,482
February 2012 2,383
January 2012 5,122
December 2011 4,543
November 2011 2,902
October 2011 1,834
September 2011 2,933
July 2011 491
June 2011 3,282
May 2011 1,345
April 2011 298
March 2011 874
February 2011 734
January 2011 298
December 2010 3,153
November 2010 5,963
October 2010 3,100
September 2010 2,037
August 2010 4,262
July 2010 1,837
June 2010 3,862
May 2010 1,578
April 2010 1,432
March 2010 3,528
February 2010 898
January 2010 247
December 2009 206
November 2009 1,689
October 2009 3,282

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 404,662
2 GeoffMMutton 235,369
3 PhilThomas 145,457
4 mickbrook 115,362
5 DavoChiss 112,872
...
1240 jfcmjsjj65 23
1241 juniris 23
1242 LenaneL 23
1243 lest-we-forget 23
1244 LizVBM 23
1245 Lorraine.Taylor 23

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 25 October 1919 [Issue No.20,149] page 7 2020-05-14 23:34 POYNTER — C/HARE. — ( BUver Wffltling. ) —On
tho 21th October, 1&94. at St Mary's B.C. Church,
North Melbourne, by the Itcv. Father O'Noil," John
Henry, the youngest son of tho late W. Pojxiter,
of Colac. to Agms Mary, tlie second daughter o(
the late Daniel 0'Hr.ie, North Molbouroe. Presout
address: Duckctt-strcet, Bnrcswick,
rUOKLW — ROBERTS. — On tho 27th Saptrtnl cT,
at St. Jolin's lYcsbytcrhn auu-ch. Glai Huntli'-
rend, Klstimwtrk, by tlio Itcv. Vnlay MQuooa.
WiQiom Goxttc, eldcot aon of Mrs. A., and Win
Into W. It. P. Pnckcy, of OoTUngwood. to Icvtfi
Margaret, sound daughter of Mr. and Mm John
Roberts, Glen HimHy, kito of MrrdlflJloa. PraKrtt
addrcs.: 23 Augusta-street, Glen Himtly,
timber, at Pre&lnteruin Church, Bcnalla. by the
Mia. Stewart, Boxwooi, to Letitia Margaret (Into
with vLA.N.S., Salonika and Egypt), youngest
daughter -of Mr. and Mra. John M'Ourtncy, Nolaon
Mcthnlist Churrii. Ciydoedatc. by the Rev. 4. Ed;
wardfc, Charles Edgar, tho oldest »n of Mr. and
Mrs. J. TrMtkir,, of Mubklefcrd, to Fkra. Isabella,
,rroingcBt daughter cif Henry UinL Bvi., J.P.. and
the late Mra. Hird. of Oiydcedale.
WEIGHT— ILGGAN.— On tho 17th September,
at the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmcl, Mid
dle Park, hy tlio Rev. Prior Kiuddun, assbtcil by
tho Rev. Father <Q'Callaghan, Thomas Godfrcd,
eldest son of Mr. ami Mrs. John Weight, cf Black
Rock, to Eleen Mary, youngest daughter of Mra. A.
Hogan, of Albert Park. .
WINTIIER — STIC WAItT. — On the 14th October,
at St, Thomas's Church of England, Wtrribca, by
tlio Uov. Mathmra, Etliel Mai', eldest daughter o!
the lato John Stewart, Sunahine, to Victor Wlnther,
WRIGHT— "DELL.— On tho 21rt December, 19W.
at St. Marv's Church of England, NorthchmvU,
England, sixth daughter of Mr. and Alra.
Neville. High-rireet, Northchurch. England, to Wil
liam George Wright, cldevt von af Mr. and Aira.
George Wright, "Mcriac," Morihyninng-njod, Moo
nco Pen da.
EATON. — On tho 8th Ouiobcr, at tho Firvt
Australian Giviml Hos(>ital. Bod and. after frur
jtars' active ourvico in LYanco, No. 5376 Private
(Tid) K.iton, cf d<.mi.ititLs pntnunonii, s-
wind IototI son of Mrs. Elton, Ueatliooto. and loved
broJhjr of CociiLi (Aira Brado0, Hugh, Mabel, Ru&-
a:ll. Ndlio and Roy.
HERMANN. — im tho 5th August, drowned on
active service in France, No. CS33, Private G. H.
V. Hermann, 20/2ttii Battalion, 6Ui Brimulc, dearly
loTiri eldest son of Mr. and Airs. ,T. Hermann, 11
tark-strect, North Caflton, brotliw of Arthur, All
(uturnod) and FxvtL Adelaide papers plcsiso copy.
POYNTER — O'HARE. — ( Silver Wedding ) —On
the 21th October, 1894. at St Mary's R.C. Church,
North Melbourne, by the Rev. Father O'Neil, John
Henry, the youngest son of the late W. Pointer,
of Colac, to Agnes Mary, the second daughter of
the late Daniel O'Hara, North Melbourne. Present
address: Duckett-street, Brunswick.
PUCKEY — ROBERTS. — On tho 27th September
at St. John's Presbyterian Church. Glen Huntley
road, Elsternwick, by the Rev. Finlay McQueen
William George, eldest son of Mrs. A., and the
late W. R. P. Puckey, of Collingwood, to Iona
Margaret, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Roberts, Glen Huntley, late of Mordiallac. Present
address.: 23 Augusta-street, Glen Huntley.
tember, at Presbyterian Church, Benalla. by the
Rev. M'Connan, Andrew, son of late Andrew and
Mrs. Stewart, Boxwood, to Letitia Margaret (late
with A.A.N.S., Salonika and Egypt), youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M'Cartney, Nelson
Methodist Church. Clydesdale. by the Rev. J. Ed-
wards, Charles Edgar, the eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Tonkin, of Muckleford, to Flora Isabella,
youngest daughter of Henry Hird Esq., J.P., and
the late Mrs. Hird, of Clydesdale.
WEIGHT—HOGAN.— On the 17th September,
at the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Mid-
dle Park, by the Rev. Prior Kindelan, assisted by
the Rev. Father O'Callaghan, Thomas Godfred
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weight, of Black
Rock, to Eileen Mary, youngest daughter of Mrs. A.
Hogan, of Albert Park.
WINTHER — STEWART — On the 14th October,
at St, Thomas's Church of England, Werribee, by
the Rev. Mathews, Ethel May, eldest daughter o!
the late John Stewart, Sunshine, to Victor Winther,
WRIGHT— DELL.— On the 21st December, 1918
at St. Mary's Church of England, Northchurch,
England, sixth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Neville. High-street Northchurch. England, to Wil-
liam George Wright, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Wright, "Meriac," Maribyrnong-road, Moo-
nee Ponds.
EATON. — On the 8th October at the First
Australian General Hospital, England, after four
years' active service in France, No. 5376 Private
Edward (Ted) Eaton, of dermatitis pneumonia se-
cond Ioved son of Mrs. Elton,Heathcote. and loved
brother of Cecilia (Mrs. Braden), Hugh, Mabel, Rus-
sell, Nellie and Roy.
HERMANN. — On the 5th August, drowned on
active service in France, No. 6833, Private G. H.
T. Hermann, 20/24th Battalion, 6th Brigade, dearly
loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hermann, 11
Park-street, North Carlton, brother of Arthur, Ali
(returned) and Fred Adelaide papers please copy.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 17 July 1936 [Issue No.28,052] page 1 2020-04-08 22:37 no eu»rd «salnit ltrr«railiD-i, Ilitui, Maulase
Death »"'. In ",*u"lnm No'1T» mllft bc
autheiilcaied b> lorne reputable rer-wi io
essuie tiirlr Insertion io mnrd «eilnst error,
»rl e oil remes clearly In Morl, letter» 1

nth Marti«« DM I h ncrenienicnl In Memo
rl.m. and funeral r.olcri up to H line- 1
tura Jno at od

BERTHS.
BRADY mee Hut'i Bullit »ntl-On Ihc 14th
jii'r «t Voira Hospital Co« ra-u roll
LANGLANDS On the nih Juls, lo Dr K L '
md Mr« L-nglnnds Oeclonn-a son j
SYME-CRAWFORD The rngagrmrnl I«,
? nnóuncrd of Winifred Helen sommest rinugli

?,r of Mr «n«l Mr- Moiton SMUC nrnldnood '
Mora and roll« eldest ton or the late II A
friiiord helmum Mains Wales anti Mrs j
EC Asor \oothoogi Corinella. Westernport I
RICHMOND-TONKIN -Oil Ihr I7t.ll Juls '
I« . St James s Moitlake bl the Re» I
p li du no1- M A Ilcnn .lames eldest ton
ff the Isle Captain W Itlrhmond of London lo
Man eldest daughter of John lonklii of
Ale \letona (Present address Winton
Deronport Tasmania I _^^ I
~~ DEATHS. ¡
ATKINSON On the mih .'"li n' Wnrrngul
A Muriel dcarlj brloied »If; of \\ In-
line. T »nd lounger daughter of Mi and
Mrs B O Patterson ol Mountain \ le» and
orari lored daughtcr-ln-law or Mr »»''Mrs
J it Atkinson of nox lilli -In the midst of
llfr »e arc In death
BARTLEY -On the !6th Juts ni rirtsntc
ho«Dlt«l Kew Margaret denrh brloied vlfe ,
If thr late Charle» nartln lored sister of
Swpb »ni Ed" »rd of Tatura - llrqutcsrut

In pare I
CAMPBELL -On the lilli Jills 1036 nt Mir-i
Ä >««»""" <" Acllardlr Mar
tZ brloied[ hu-hnnd of Margret and lol Inn
fit!fr of Donald John reter HURI Annul
¿Sr of Peter John Idecca-cdi Daniel and
D,ild asetl " jean passed pcicefulls anas
DALY On the Isth Jills nt 1'ortrei 1 rnn

,,f I menl» nirlha fitter of Colonel r A II

D,V »nd of me l»t« '" " A Uah artcd 811

rears irrlintcls Interred at Cllsborno i ,
[To guard against imposition, Birth, Marriage
Death, and In Memoriam Notices must be
authenticated by some reputable person to
ensure their insertion. To guard against error,
write all names clearly in block letters]

Birth, Marriage, Death, Bereavement, In Memo-
riam, and Funeral Notices, up to 5 lines, 3/:
extra lines at 6d.

BIRTHS.
BRADY (nee Ruth Bullivant),-On the 14th
July, at Moira Hospital, Cowra--a son.
LANGLANDS,- On the the 13th July to Dr. K. L.
md Mrs. Langlands, Geelong-a son.
SYME-CRAWFORD,- The engagement is
announced of Winifred Helen, youngest daugh-

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Melton Syme, Braidwood,
Nyora, and Colin eldest son or the late R. A.
Crawford, Kelantan, Malay Stats and Mrs.
E. C. Agar, Yoorhooga, Corinella. Westernport.
RICHMOND-TONKIN, -On the 17th July
1876, at St James s Mortlake by the Rev.
E. H. du Bois, M.A., Henry James eldest son
of the late Captain W. Richmond of London, to
Mary eldest daughter of John Tonkin, of
Mortlake, Victoria. (Present address, Winton,
Devonport Tasmania.)
DEATHS.
ATKINSON,- On the 16th July, at Warragul,
Audrey Muriel, dearly beloved wife of Win-
ston T., and younger daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Patterson of Mountain View, and
dearly loved daughter-in-law or Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Atkinson of Box Hill -In the midst of
life we are in death.
BARTLEY,-On the 16th July, at private
hospital, Kew, Margaret dearly beloved wife
of thelate Charles Bartley, loved sister of
Joseph and Edward, of Tatura - Requiescat

in pace.
CAMPBELL -On the 15th July, 1936 at Mir-
boo North, James William, of Achardle, Mar-
dan, beloved husband of Margret and loving
father of Donald, John, Peter, Hugh, Angus,
brother of Peter, John (deceased), Daniel and
David, aged 74 years, passed peacefully away.
DALY.- On the 15th July, at Portsea, Fran-

ces Ismenia Bertha, sister of Colonel F. A. B.

Daly and of the late Dr. U. A. Daly, aged 85

years. (privately interred at Gisborne.)
FEARED DROWNING TRAGEDY Still No Trace Particulars of the Missing Two Returned Soldiers (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 23 November 1927 [Issue No.18,736] page 7 2020-04-08 21:55 lished In this issue, and all rights there-
dren, both girls. The elder is about two
and a half years old, the younger eight
lished in this issue, and all rights there-
THE BOATING TRAGEDY FRUITLESS SEARCH FOR BODIES. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 24 November 1927 [Issue No.18,737] page 7 2020-04-08 21:51 THE BOATING TRAGEDY I
FRUITLESS SEARCH FOR BODIES.
who, It Is feared, lost their lives when
a boat capsized nt Barnes Bay on Sat-
to patrol the vicinity, nnd will be assist .
will again visit the scene In the hope
that tlie bodies will rise to the surface,
as Is usually the case seven or eight
THE BOATING TRAGEDY
FRUITLESS SEARCH FOR BODIES.
who, it is feared, lost their lives when
a boat capsized at Barnes Bay on Sat-
to patrol the vicinity, and will be assist-
will again visit the scene in the hope
that the bodies will rise to the surface,
as ss usually the case seven or eight
BARNES BAY TRAGEDY BODY WASHED ASHORE. IDENTIFIED AS HAROLD BOOTH. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 5 December 1927 [Issue No.18,746] page 5 2020-04-08 21:49 that of Hal old Lewis Booth one of a
patty of four men who \\eie thought to
have been drowned when i fishing boat
November 20, was washed ashoie at
The discovery was made by Mr E
later in the di\ Senior Constable Chal-
lenger was sent to Baines Bay in the
police launch The body w is brought
The body was identified ^esteiday by a
lelatlve as being that of Booth
The body was on the shoie about half
a mile away from wheie the boat was
found, and well Into the boj The
clothing found home time ago was fui
tliei out into the channel, and It is. con-
sidered that Booth must lm\c clung to
An inquest will be opened at 0J0 am
to-daj Booth was a single min, 33
jeais of age, and had been emploi ed at
the cal bide woiks The othei men still
mi-js. ig aie Ivo Claude Spioule, Kobeit
George AMttlson, and Jack Wittlson
that of Harold Lewis Booth one of a
party of four men who were thought to
have been drowned when a fishing boat
November 20, was washed ashore at
The discovery was made by Mr. E.
later in the day Senior Constable Chal-
lenger was sent to Barnes Bay in the
police launch. The body was brought
The body was identified yesterday by a
relative as being that of Booth.
The body was on the shore about half
a mile away from where the boat was
found, and well into the bay The
clothing found home time ago was fur-
there out into the channel, and It is con-
sidered that Booth must have clung to
An inquest will be opened at 9.30 am
to-day. Booth was a single man, 33
years of age, and had been employed at
the carbide works. The other men still
missing are Ivo Claude Sproule, Robert
George Wittison, and Jack Wittison
BARNES BAY TRAGEDY INQUEST ON HAROLD BOOTH. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 6 December 1927 [Issue No.18,747] page 6 2020-04-08 21:44 the City Police Court yesterday, the bl-
euest was opened on the body of Harold
floating In Barnes Bay on November 20
Bav on Saturday morning.
The Inquiry was adjourned sine die,
«11 the vlctlrat.
the City Police Court yesterday, the in-
quest was opened on the body of Harold
floating in Barnes Bay on November 20
Bay on Saturday morning.
The inquiry was adjourned sine die,
all the victims
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 19 November 1928 [Issue No.19,044] page 1 2020-04-08 21:42 GROOMBRIDGE.-On November l8, at
tho Melbourne Hospital, Rheubin
his 42nd year. Funeral notico later.
Prlvato interment Carr Villa ceme-
SMITH.-On November IS, 192S, at Ho-
6MITH.-On November l8, at her resi-
ÊSUTH.-Funeral of the late Miss
from the olllces of the undersigned on
at? 3.30 o'clock, for St. Augustine's
" Funeral Director,
son, Harold Lewis, who was accl
, November 19, 1927.
A; Boden, 31 Ware Street.
brother Harold Lewls- who was acci
dentally drwoned near Barnes Bay November 19, 1927.
And wonder how he dled'
L
IN MEMORIAM. j
November 19, 1927. '
To part with one wo loved so dear;
Never, while Ufo lasts will I ever for-
Dear to my heart is the placo where
He sailed away with a smiling fnco,
Ho never landed at Barnes Bay,
brother-in-law, Beryl and ' Jack Cole,
Will link the memory of my. love
who died November 19, 1919, aged 60
tho abovo, who died March 26, 1905,
A vision Is ever before us.
Moro precious than silver and gold,
Whose momory will never grow old.
.When I always had you, so good and
"äVt-el memories cling ' round your
Will always do tho same.
Wo may call, but her swoet volco will
answer no moro.
Away in tho beautiful somewhere.
Sheltered from harm and caro.
For llfo Is not the samo to w>
SPROTJLE.-In sad memory of our dear
of our dear'brother, who was acci-
passed away November l8, 1925.
On tho dear one laid at rest;
I know that she Iles at rest.
Tahuna, N.2.
Though nbsent from amongst us.
You are always In our thoughts;
And thoso who love you dearly
vember l8. 1926.
Love's own offering this wo owe theo,
Inserted hy" her loving parents, sisters,
and-hrothers, Glen Huon. '
Barnes Bay on November 19. 1027.
The thoughts that arise in mo.
GROOMBRIDGE.-On November 18, at
the Melbourne Hospital, Rheubin
his 42nd year. Funeral notice later.
Prlvate interment Carr Villa ceme-
SMITH.-On November 18, 1926, at Ho-
SMITH.-On November 18, at her resi-
SMITH.-Funeral of the late Miss
from the offices of the undersigned on
at 3.30 o'clock, for St. Augustine's
Funeral Director,
son, Harold Lewis, who was acci-
November 19, 1927.
A. Boden, 31 Ware Street.
brother Harold Lewls- who was acci-
dentally drowned near Barnes Bay November 19, 1927.
And wonder how he dled.

IN MEMORIAM.
November 19, 1927.
To part with one we loved so dear;
Never, while life lasts will I ever for-
Dear to my heart is the place where
He sailed away with a smiling face,
He never landed at Barnes Bay,
brother-in-law, Beryl and Jack Cole,
Will link the memory of my love
who died November 19, 1919, aged 69
the above, who died March 26, 1905,
A vision is ever before us.
More precious than silver and gold,
Whose memory will never grow old.
When I always had you, so good and
Sweet memories cling round your
Will always do the same.
Wo may call, but her sweet voice will
answer no more.
Away in the beautiful somewhere.
Sheltered from harm and care.
For life is not the same to me
SPROULE.-In sad memory of our dear
of our dear brother, who was acci-
passed away November 18, 1925.
On the dear one laid at rest;
I know that she Iies at rest.
Tahuna, N. Z.
Though absent from amongst us.
You are always in our thoughts;
And those who love you dearly
vember 18, 1926.
Love's own offering this we owe thee,
Inserted by her loving parents, sisters,
and-brothers, Glen Huon.
Barnes Bay on November 19. 1927.
The thoughts that arise in me.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 19 November 1926 [Issue No.18,422] page 1 2020-04-08 21:30 PIXON.--On November IS, to Mr. anl
Hrs. L. D. Dixon: a son (stillborn).
Hospital on November ß, 192ÍI, the wife
. daughter.
GIBSON.-On November 18. 1020. at her
iu the G4th year of her age. U.I.P.
. FUNERAL NOTICES.
GibBon will move from her residence,
¿No. 128 Bathurst otrcet, on Friday After-
noon (Tb!« l>ay), at 2 o'clock, arriving
! at Cornelian Bay Cemetery nt 2 45.
I''nneral Directors.
BRNDER.-In loving memory of my dear
Au long as the years roll on.
Inserted by her loving niece,. LAV.
GAD!).-In ever loving memory of my
Gadd, who died November 19, 1010, in
TV« stood beside our loved one's bed,
And watched her dying breath, j
We hold ber precious hands in ours,
; Till they, were cold in death. |
V '^D Vñín' W triiiitrr-Wnrm tisera, V -~

Hut death had laid its mark
Upon our dearest loved nne, s ^ i
eons and daughters.
. Uly heart just aches with sadness
Inserted by Uer loving daughter and
adopted grandson,- May and Archie Lin-
¿round her open grave we stood.
While through tho gloom these sweet
Inserted "by her loving daughter and son
in-law. Olive and Tom Johnson, nndgrand
?Mother, rest in peaceful sleep,
in-law, lilla and Will Jones, and grand-
My loving mo;ber waits,
To welcome home hci loved ones,
If all the world belonged to ur..
We would give it, yes, and mo"e,
daughters Laurel and Hazel. ,
KEATS.-In loving memory of ray dear
brother, Arnold Lawrence St. Glair, who
departed this life on November 10, 1Ö25.
His cheerful wayB and Hmiling face
?He had a smile for everyone
hw, F.T. and S.T.
Clair Keata, who departed this life
By the ones you left'behind.
.Her troubles are at rest,
Happy nrc we who to-day can say
dear niece, S vila, died November S; also
Inserted by her loving aunt, SJ?.
DIXON.-On November 18 to Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Dixon: a son (stillborn).
Hospital on November 6, 1926, the wife
daughter.
GIBSON.-On November 18, 1926, at her
in the 64th year of her age. R.I.P.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
Gibson will move from her residence,
No. 128 Bathurst street, on Friday After-
noon (This Day), at 2 o'clock, arriving
at Cornelian Bay Cemetery at 2 45.
Funeral Directors.
BENDER.-In loving memory of my dear
As long as the years roll on.
Inserted by her loving niece, L.W.
GADD.-In ever loving memory of my
Gadd, who died November 19, 1910, in
We stood beside our loved one's bed,
And watched her dying breath,
We hold her precious hands in ours,
Till they, were cold in death.
In vain we tried to warm them

But death had laid its mark
Upon our dearest loved one,
sons and daughters.
My heart just aches with sadness
Inserted by her loving daughter and
adopted grandson, May and Archie Lin-
Around her open grave we stood.
While through the gloom these sweet
Inserted by her loving daughter and son-
in-law. Olive and Tom Johnson, and grand-
Mother, rest in peaceful sleep,
in-law, Ella and Will Jones, and grand-
My loving mother waits,
To welcome home her loved ones,
If all the world belonged to us,
We would give it, yes, and more,
daughters Laurel and Hazel.
KEATS.-In loving memory of my dear
brother, Arnold Lawrence St. Clair, who
departed this life on November 10, 1925.
His cheerful ways and smiling face
He had a smile for everyone
law, F.T. and S.T.
Clair Keats, who departed this life
By the ones you left behind.
Her troubles are at rest,
Happy are we who to-day can say
dear niece, Sylla, died November 3; also
Inserted by her loving aunt, S.F.
ZINC WORKS FATALITY. (Article), World (Hobart, Tas. : 1918 - 1924), Thursday 26 February 1920 [Issue No.49] page 3 2020-04-03 23:39 The coronial Inquiry into the -circumstances
surrounding the death > of
Cyril KaEh, a married ,man, who died
tall from a scaffold while working at
•was opened before the coroner, Mr. fT-
v Evidence of identification was
given by Edward Reardon, brother-inlaw
of the deceased, and the Inquest <
was adjourned until 11 a.m." on February
The coronial Inquiry into the circumstances
surrounding the death of
Cyril Nash a married ,man, who died
fall from a scaffold while working at
was opened before the coroner, Mr. T.
Evidence of identification was
given by Edward Reardon, brother-inlaw
of the deceased, and the Inquest
was adjourned until 11 a.m. on February
WELCOME TO CLARENCE SOLDIERS. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 22 January 1919 [Issue No.15,363] page 5 2020-04-03 20:23 Tho greatest enthusiasm was dis-
played at Bellerive last ovcning, when
four returned soldiers belonging to tho
district wore accorded a warm welcome
homo in tho Social Institut«, tho func-
tee. Tlio mon were Corporal John Mur.
doch, Lance-Corporal Norman Mar-
Albert Hoskins. Tho building, which
had been tastolully decorated with
bunting and greenery, by 'Miss Chip-
man and Miss 0 May, was crowded;
and as the mon stepped up to the plat-
form they wero greeted with loud ap-
plause. .
ed, first apologised for the abseuco of
tho patron of the committee, the War-
den of 'Clarenco (Hon. Jas. Murdoch),
Snowden. They had, ho said, met to
welcome four moivj of their men who
three of them wert- Anaacs. (Applause.)
Ho ro3il the records of the men, as
Corporal John ' Murdoch.-Enlisted
August 20. 1!>14. 1,614 days on active
Lance-Corporal Norman ¡Marshall.
Enlisted October 13, 101-1, 1,5« days
.oi. activo service. Served in Egypt,
Gallipoli, and Palestine. Not wouud

cd.
Private, Cyril Nash.-Enlisted Sep-
tember Iß, Í91-1, 1,587 days on active
scrrico. Served iii Egyp't, - Gallipoli,
Franco, and Belgium. Acted as drill
instructor in Kngland, ami luis been in
Ireland. Wa» once wounded.
September 27, IDHI, 710 days on activo
service. Served in Franca,. Suffer-
ing from general breakdown, nnd still
Continuing, he snid he was sure from
The greatest enthusiasm was dis-
played at Bellerive last evening, when
four returned soldiers belonging to the
district were accorded a warm welcome
home in the Social Institute, the func-
tee. The men were Corporal John Mar-
Shall, Lance-Corporal Norman Mar-
Albert Hoskins. The building, which
had been tastefully decorated with
bunting and greenery, by Miss Chip-
man and Miss O’May, was crowded;
and as the men stepped up to the plat-
form they were greeted with loud ap-
plause.
ed, first apologised for the absence of
the patron of the committee, the War-
den of Clarence (Hon. Jas. Murdoch),
Snowden. They had, he said, met to
welcome four more of their men who
three of them were Anzacs. (Applause.)
He read the records of the men, as
Corporal John Murdoch.-Enlisted
August 20. 1914, 1,614 days on active
Lance-Corporal Norman Marshall.
Enlisted October 13, 1914, 1,561 days
on active service. Served in Egypt,
Gallipoli, and Palestine. Not wounded
Private Cyril Nash.-Enlisted Sep-
tember 27, 1914, 1,587 days on active
service. Served in Egypt, Gallipoli,
France, and Belgium. Acted as drill
instructor in England, and has been in
Ireland. Was once wounded.
September 27, 1916, 716 days on active
service. Served in France. Suffer-
ing from general breakdown, and still
Continuing, he said he was sure from

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