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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,892,561
2 noelwoodhouse 3,955,542
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,139
5 Rhonda.M 3,279,085
...
452 jennymac 110,704
453 GraemeSymington 110,133
454 judithl 109,937
455 merrilj 109,658
456 gdthompson156 109,180
457 spellchick2 109,162

109,658 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 11
November 2019 1,336
October 2019 284
September 2019 42
August 2019 577
July 2019 501
June 2019 20
May 2019 68
April 2019 43
March 2019 1,879
February 2019 3,686
January 2019 1,001
December 2018 28
November 2018 465
August 2018 108
July 2018 130
June 2018 1,674
May 2018 1,513
March 2018 147
February 2018 459
January 2018 197
December 2017 5
November 2017 30
October 2017 1,808
September 2017 2,414
August 2017 2,738
July 2017 1,988
June 2017 847
May 2017 142
April 2017 257
March 2017 579
February 2017 12
January 2017 4
October 2016 1,674
September 2016 20
August 2016 49
July 2016 97
June 2016 730
May 2016 469
November 2015 930
October 2015 1,609
September 2015 2,143
August 2015 1,410
July 2015 2,469
June 2015 1,420
May 2015 368
March 2015 476
February 2015 330
January 2015 431
December 2014 945
November 2014 817
October 2014 1,051
September 2014 6
August 2014 594
July 2014 25
June 2014 169
May 2014 34
April 2014 63
March 2014 340
February 2014 290
January 2014 137
December 2013 190
November 2013 1,534
October 2013 3,641
September 2013 185
August 2013 248
July 2013 42
June 2013 1,403
May 2013 81
April 2013 44
March 2013 179
February 2013 3,149
January 2013 17,344
December 2012 3,842
November 2012 2,201
October 2012 2,125
September 2012 258
August 2012 1,735
July 2012 714
June 2012 212
May 2012 298
April 2012 185
March 2012 8
February 2012 56
December 2011 34
November 2011 2,087
October 2011 266
September 2011 196
August 2011 866
July 2011 32
June 2011 53
March 2011 67
February 2011 53
December 2010 652
November 2010 1,475
October 2010 6,332
September 2010 3,311
August 2010 2,535
July 2010 1,138
June 2010 403
May 2010 71
April 2010 39
March 2010 118
February 2010 2,792
January 2010 3,375

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,892,359
2 noelwoodhouse 3,955,542
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,113
5 Rhonda.M 3,279,072
...
450 GraemeSymington 110,078
451 judithl 109,937
452 prex 109,900
453 merrilj 109,570
454 gdthompson156 109,167
455 spellchick2 109,162

109,570 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 11
November 2019 1,336
October 2019 284
September 2019 42
August 2019 577
July 2019 501
June 2019 20
May 2019 68
April 2019 43
March 2019 1,862
February 2019 3,670
January 2019 990
December 2018 28
November 2018 465
August 2018 108
July 2018 130
June 2018 1,674
May 2018 1,511
March 2018 147
February 2018 459
January 2018 197
December 2017 5
November 2017 30
October 2017 1,779
September 2017 2,414
August 2017 2,738
July 2017 1,982
June 2017 844
May 2017 142
April 2017 257
March 2017 575
February 2017 12
January 2017 4
October 2016 1,674
September 2016 20
August 2016 49
July 2016 97
June 2016 730
May 2016 469
November 2015 930
October 2015 1,609
September 2015 2,143
August 2015 1,410
July 2015 2,469
June 2015 1,420
May 2015 368
March 2015 476
February 2015 330
January 2015 431
December 2014 945
November 2014 817
October 2014 1,051
September 2014 6
August 2014 594
July 2014 25
June 2014 169
May 2014 34
April 2014 63
March 2014 340
February 2014 290
January 2014 137
December 2013 190
November 2013 1,534
October 2013 3,641
September 2013 185
August 2013 248
July 2013 42
June 2013 1,403
May 2013 81
April 2013 44
March 2013 179
February 2013 3,149
January 2013 17,344
December 2012 3,842
November 2012 2,201
October 2012 2,125
September 2012 258
August 2012 1,735
July 2012 714
June 2012 212
May 2012 298
April 2012 185
March 2012 8
February 2012 56
December 2011 34
November 2011 2,087
October 2011 266
September 2011 196
August 2011 866
July 2011 32
June 2011 53
March 2011 67
February 2011 53
December 2010 652
November 2010 1,475
October 2010 6,332
September 2010 3,311
August 2010 2,535
July 2010 1,138
June 2010 403
May 2010 71
April 2010 39
March 2010 118
February 2010 2,792
January 2010 3,375

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 334,855
2 PhilThomas 140,289
3 GeoffMMutton 123,022
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
435 bancam 88
436 enigma 88
437 LeeRoe 88
438 merrilj 88
439 scotia 88
440 vega22 88

88 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2019 17
February 2019 16
January 2019 11
May 2018 2
October 2017 29
July 2017 6
June 2017 3
March 2017 4


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The '98 Memorial. ERECTION OF BRONZE RAILING AND GATES. (Article), Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932), Thursday 16 December 1926 page 27 2019-12-11 17:42 The late J. F. Hennessy, K.S.S., pro
ancient Irish battle implements, includ
xvpli-knnwn firm of Castle Bros, have
been entrusted' with the work of casting
hope that any lady or gentleman inter
ested in the work will forward a dona
of Wilcannia-Forbes ? 2 2 0
of Wagga ? 110
E. J. Gorman ? 1-1 0
E. M'Sweeny and L. Cotter, 52 Elizabeth
sitreet, Sydney.
The late J. F. Hennessy, K.S.S., pro-
ancient Irish battle implements, includ-
well-known firm of Castle Bros, have
been entrusted with the work of casting
hope that any lady or gentleman inter-
ested in the work will forward a dona-
of Wilcannia-Forbes .. .. 2 2 0
of Wagga .. .. 110
E. J. Gorman .. .. .. .. 1 1 0
E. McSweeny and L. Cotter, 52 Elizabeth
street, Sydney.
Anzac Day at Gosford. (Article), The Gosford Times and Wyong District Advocate (NSW : 1906 - 1954), Thursday 30 April 1925 [Issue No.2159] page 7 2019-11-27 15:28 centres throughout the district^ and
?everywhere the special Church services
and public Memorial services were at
- a Bung Eucharist and Commemoration
?Christ Church was conducted by the
in former years. There ' were not as
. many of the general public present at
children were missed from the pro
Light Horse Eegiment (Sydney), which
assembling point, Gosford railway sta
the silver-plated instruments and wav
ing plumes; and this Band's appear
ance fully justified the saying 'Hand-
playing was splendid. They ? were in
Veraon, D.S.O. Returned men in uni
.led by Major Stutfield. Sailors, Sol
diers and Scouts bore- wreaths to be
Troops of the 1st Light Horse Regi
(Wyong). Gosford Band, under Band
Gosford Training- School, and they
headed by the'Schopl colors, and two
Benuie; they bore ahead a Union Jack,
carried by Scout Brandis. Representa
tives of Friendly Societies marching in
* and G.U.O.O.F., and a number of
At Gosford Park, a Memorial Ser
viee was held round the Monument, un
of wreaths. The service was conduc
ted by Padre J. V. F. Gregg-Macgregor-,
D.C.M., of Toronto; and hearty com
Bands, was a feature. The commenc
ing hymn was 'Oh, God, Our Help in
Ages Past,' after which prayer was
and the* hymn 'God of the Living'
the Saviour. The lesson of their hero
'? ' Christianity made Anzac Day rich with
* voiced by one of the war poets,
. 'Lord, wherever there iB an empty
? ' chair,
Be Thou there,'.
hymn,-' God of Our Fathers,' and the
National Anthem were sung ;? and
wreaths were placed upon the, Memor
The hymn, 'Safe Home,' and the
by the Rev. A- Renwick. The Gosford
Band, assisted with the musical por-.
tion. The Memorial bore a purple-|
ribboned laurel wreath, andifc number \
of wreaths were laUMipon it:
On the Memorials in- the Park: — In
Farrell; 'Gone, but not forgotten,'
from Mother, Father, Sister, and Bro
loving memory of Victor and his com
Geo. Lawrence, 'Mrs. E. Lawrence, sen
ior, and Mrs E. Murray (Sydney) ; sev
memory of ' The Boys,' Margin
centres throughout the district, and
everywhere the special Church services
and public Memorial services were at-
a Sung Eucharist and Commemoration
Christ Church was conducted by the
in former years. There were not as
many of the general public present at
children were missed from the pro-
Light Horse Regiment (Sydney), which
assembling point, Gosford railway sta-
the silver-plated instruments and wav-
ing plumes; and this Band's appear-
ance fully justified the saying "Hand-
playing was splendid. They were in
Vernon, D.S.O. Returned men in uni-
led by Major Stutfield. Sailors, Sol-
diers and Scouts bore wreaths to be
Troops of the 1st Light Horse Regi-
(Wyong). Gosford Band, under Band-
Gosford Training School, and they
headed by the School colors, and two
Bennie; they bore ahead a Union Jack,
carried by Scout Brandis. Representa-
tives of Friendly Societies marching in-
and G.U.O.O.F., and a number of
At Gosford Park, a Memorial Ser-
vice was held round the Monument, un-
of wreaths. The service was conduc-
ted by Padre J. V. F. Gregg-Macgregor,
D.C.M., of Toronto; and hearty com-
Bands, was a feature. The commenc-
ing hymn was "Oh, God, Our Help in
Ages Past," after which prayer was
and the* hymn "God of the Living"
the Saviour. The lesson of their hero-
Christianity made Anzac Day rich with
voiced by one of the war poets,
"Lord, wherever there is an empty
chair,
Be Thou there,"
hymn, "God of Our Fathers," and the
National Anthem were sung ; and
wreaths were placed upon the, Memor-
The hymn, "Safe Home," and the
by the Rev. A Renwick. The Gosford
Band, assisted with the musical por-
tion. The Memorial bore a purple-
ribboned laurel wreath, and a number
of wreaths were laid upon it.
On the Memorials in the Park: — In
Farrell; "Gone, but not forgotten,"
from Mother, Father, Sister, and Bro-
loving memory of Victor and his com-
Geo. Lawrence, Mrs. E. Lawrence, sen-
ior, and Mrs E. Murray (Sydney) ; sev-
memory of "The Boys," Margin
War Memorials at Gosford. (Article), The Gosford Times and Wyong District Advocate (NSW : 1906 - 1954), Thursday 29 May 1919 [Issue No.437] page 4 2019-11-26 17:30 England, Pariah of Gosford. After
Memorial also, by all the people (CE )
England, Parish of Gosford. After
Memorial also, by all the people (C.E )
An Old Identity. (Article), The Gosford Times and Wyong District Advocate (NSW : 1906 - 1954), Thursday 23 August 1917 [Issue No.347] page 4 2019-11-25 15:08 Mrs. Gertrude Mary Hely, widow I
of the late Hoveuden Hely, died at W
Sandgate, Queensland, on 25th July, I
aged 78 years. Deceased lady's bus- 1
band, Hovenden Hely, better known B
as ' Hobby ' Hely, was for a number ?
of years in the Gosford district, having if
inherited the Wyoming Estate from 1
his father, whose tomTj is still in W
existence near the old homestead, and 1
is of interest to many people, as is the I
old prison cells where the convicts ,1
(or 'Government men' as. they were M
called in those days) were imprisoned. /«
Hovenden Hely 's father was one of I
the first men to settle in Go58iW dis- H
trict, and with Messrs M»uh and *
Scott (old pioneer district^names) was . 1
in charge of ' Government men.' ij
Mrs. Gertrude Mary Hely, widow
of the late Hovenden Hely, died at
Sandgate, Queensland, on 25th July,
aged 78 years. Deceased lady's hus-
band, Hovenden Hely, better known
as " Hobby " Hely, was for a number
of years in the Gosford district, having
inherited the Wyoming Estate from
his father, whose tomb is still in
existence near the old homestead, and
is of interest to many people, as is the
old prison cells where the convicts
(or "Government men" as they were
called in those days) were imprisoned.
Hovenden Hely 's father was one of
the first men to settle in Gosford dis-
trict, and with Messrs Freeman and
Scott (old pioneer district names) was
in charge of ' Government men.'
The Sketcher. A Trip to Gosford. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 30 September 1882 [Issue No.1160] page 542 2019-11-25 15:02 drop of 20 feet to a broken mass of gray lichen and moss
grown rocks, lying cosily in a bed of sott green fern. On
allay their rivalries. In East Goeford the structures are of
always impress a visitor. They take away the 'mush-
room' aspect that distinguishes but too many country
bad road (which, however, Government is about to recon- '
languishing. Years ago one heard of most ot the heavy
groupings of fernery present a positive artistic arrange
looking cottages, and come within Bight of Tarrigal lagoon,
then the ocean beyond, and some half-mile distant, on a'
drop of 20 feet to a broken mass of gray lichen and moss-
grown rocks, lying cosily in a bed of soft green fern. On
allay their rivalries. In East Gosford the structures are of
always impress a visitor. They take away the "mush-
room" aspect that distinguishes but too many country
bad road (which, however, Government is about to recon-
languishing. Years ago one heard of most of the heavy
groupings of fernery present a positive artistic arrange-
looking cottages, and come within sight of Tarrigal lagoon,
then the ocean beyond, and some half-mile distant, on a
a stranger with the importance of the timber trade. During
The Sketcher. A Trip to Gosford. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 30 September 1882 [Issue No.1160] page 542 2019-11-25 14:50 : T3ke Sketcher.
and dry on the beach. The bizarre object startles one. ft
is so abturdly out of place; but the Company's balance
arises a cleared eminence with two red cattle ; beyond,, a
close the vegetation and the general appearance of 'unfin-
ishedness' effectually dispels the illusion. Presently we
having accomplished the 14 miles in about two hours. At
in due time ito waves will reflect the lights of a grand city
river which is much too tortuous, for thongh numerous huts
tte ferryboats in Sydney harbour come from his yard, and
it is not very long since that he launched his first steamer
possessing- many undeveloped capabilities, and being, more
wiih cutting it when it has reached the requisite size. And
cause. In the early days many of* the best families of the
Bat now a new era has begun. At the prospect of a
unsatisfied till the next day. It is usedful to go early, for
picnic ground, superb hi its loftiness of site., exquisite
The Sketcher.
and dry on the beach. The bizarre object startles one. It
is so absurdly out of place; but the Company's balance
arises a cleared eminence with two red cattle ; beyond, a
close the vegetation and the general appearance of "unfin-
ishedness" effectually dispels the illusion. Presently we
having accomplished the 14 miles in about two hours. At
in due time its waves will reflect the lights of a grand city
river which is much too tortuous, for though numerous huts
the ferryboats in Sydney harbour come from his yard, and
It is not very long since that he launched his first steamer
purposes.
possessing many undeveloped capabilities, and being, more
with cutting it when it has reached the requisite size. And
cause. In the early days many of the best families of the
But now a new era has begun. At the prospect of a
unsatisfied till the next day. It is needful to go early, for
picnic ground, superb in its loftiness of site, exquisite
A Sketch of the Gosford District. II. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 14 March 1885 [Issue No.1288] page 553 2019-11-25 12:36 II
which ia prettily situated on the Broadwater, from whence
is added to this a fair idea will also be gained of what tbe dis
trict is able to produce. But scant progress from an agricul
neglected in favour of the timber trade, the latter being re
independent and remunerative source of employment. Tbe
few 10 acre blocks, and one of 640 acres 'belonging to Mr.
among the other farmers in the vicinity are Messrs Bentley
pretty waterfalls add toj.the attractive character of the
the right by Mr. Ferris's holding, a grant of 610 acres.
Hobbs. There are several small homesteads on this pro
Mr. Murray. This and one or two other new houses indi
from its position on the slope of a hill, overlooks a fair ex
tent of country, and from above it a good view is obtain
some distance the road passes through a flat of extraordi
of the banks of a creek bordering tbe road, must
hetbage in luxurioueness and crops of the best quality when
description, but on tbe plain of fully 300 acres only a-few
stunted shrubs are to ba seen. Tbe great fertility of tbe
soil on Mr. Hobbs's estate receives exemplification 'in some
trees. By tbe appearance, too, of the present crop, it would
whatever it may be designated, is known under the eupho
fertile land on the flat, through which runs'the Tumbi
great request as soon as tbe railway to Waratah, which runs
that of Dural and Colah causes me to think that fruit
growing could be profitably carried on throughout the dis
trict, especially as railway comunication will be estab
of the common and some Crown, lands, the country between
Gosford and the Turmbi Umbi Creek is freehold, and tbe road
is not at all so bad as what one might expect to traverse in -
bluffs and cliffs, too. rise up here and there, bounding the'
near the seaboard— a sure sign that tbe onslaughts per
II.
which is prettily situated on the Broadwater, from whence
home stands a curiosity in the shape of an astronomi-
is added to this a fair idea will also be gained of what the dis-
trict is able to produce. But scant progress from an agricul-
neglected in favour of the timber trade, the latter being re-
independent and remunerative source of employment. The
few 10 acre blocks, and one of 640 acres belonging to Mr.
among the other farmers in the vicinity are Messrs Batley
pretty waterfalls add to the attractive character of the
the right by Mr. Ferris's holding, a grant of 640 acres.
Hobbs. There are several small homesteads on this pro-
Mr. Murray. This and one or two other new houses indi-
from its position on the slope of a hill, overlooks a fair ex-
tent of country, and from above it a good view is obtain-
some distance the road passes through a flat of extraordi-
of the banks of a creek bordering the road, must
herbage in luxuriousness and crops of the best quality when
description, but on the plain of fully 300 acres only a few
stunted shrubs are to be seen. The great fertility of the
soil on Mr. Hobbs's estate receives exemplification in some
trees. By the appearance, too, of the present crop, it would
whatever it may be designated, is known under the eupho-
fertile land on the flat, through which runs the Tumbi-
great request as soon as the railway to Waratah, which runs
that of Dural and Colah causes me to think that fruit-
growing could be profitably carried on throughout the dis-
trict, especially as railway communication will be estab-
of the common and some Crown lands, the country between
Gosford and the Turmbi Umbi Creek is freehold, and the road
is not at all so bad as what one might expect to traverse in
bluffs and cliffs, too, rise up here and there, bounding the
near the seaboard— a sure sign that the onslaughts per-
The Guard House Near Gosford. (Article), The Gosford Times and Wyong District Advocate (NSW : 1906 - 1954), Thursday 31 January 1918 [Issue No.369] page 12 2019-11-25 12:22 following to the Parramatta Argus :
y 'near Gosford, reported to be on the
?while visiting Mr. O. Ftfgan, of Gos
ex&uiine this curious old relic There
J saw the old cells, ' with their
massive door jambs;- and the little
X saw the grave of the original owner
— ' F. A. Hely~, Etq , superintendent
of convicts, died 1836.'' AH the signs
and tokens appeared to me to sub
F. Walker, on visiting the place after
but bis statements have been con
Australian Historical Society; who
* country gentlemen hardly build cool
which I regret to learn is to be de
following to the Parramatta ARGUS :
near Gosford, reported to be on the
while visiting Mr. C. Fagan, of Gos-
examine this curious old relic There
I saw the old cells, with their
massive door jambs, and the little
I saw the grave of the original owner
— " F. A. Hely, Esq , superintendent
of convicts, died 1836.'' All the signs
and tokens appeared to me to sub-
F. Walker, on visiting the place after-
but his statements have been con-
Australian Historical Society, who
country gentlemen hardly build cool
which I regret to learn is to be de-
RETURNED SAILORS' & SOLDIERS' IMPERIAL LEAGUE. GOSFORD BRANCH. (Article), The Gosford Times and Wyong District Advocate (NSW : 1906 - 1954), Thursday 27 January 1921 [Issue No.511] page 12 2019-11-24 20:22 R.TiTTmTTED SAILORS' & SOLDIERS'
IMPERIAL LEAGUE. ' 4
the local Branch was held in the School,
City Tailors. — In accordance witlftag^-^
number of enquiries in regard to
prices, it was clecidea. to coroinuiiicate
with the State Secretary. - ^
Table would be on hand on the Show
subs, for the ensuing year, also for ' #
distribution of handbills (Co-operative ~
Secretary and Mr. V. Rose. Any mem
complaints are asked to let ue hear from
them. 1
Employment.-V-In reference to a .case
of a returned man. who has been work
of liis action. This member of the
A.I.F. was offered two jobs by mem
bers uresent. and would be able to Btart
work on Tuesday morning. While speak
G. I. Adcock) stated that all men simi
room to hold meetings at, it was re
in the matter.'
— Messrs G. H. Adcock, R. G. Frewin,.
Business Directory (Local)V — Decided
to returned men. All members whq
are in ^business are asked to forward
Repatriation Secretary. — The* fallow
ing resolution was unanimously car
ried: 'That we, the members of the
desire' to place on record our apprecia
tion of the services of Mr. H. G. Parryj
in capacity of Secretary . to the local
Repatriation Committee. We recognia'kh
that he has always shown the utn$qP^
position, in sucn a manner to greatly ^
assist soldier settlers.' Decided p
to the Soldiers' Settlement Branch, and I
have a number of the members of the!
above Association attend our next meet
ing, on the 7th February, if possible, s
with a view to amalgamating with usj ;v
and with a view to forming a Branch ?!
of the 'Dads' Association at Gosford. ^
Dairy. — Mr. T. S. MacDonald has ~ I
started dairying at Wyoming, Narara, I
We understand that he has taken over i
from Mrs. Campbell. As preference ? \
should be given to returned men, we ^
hope that the public will at least givd \
Mr. MacDonald a trial. |
Co-operative' Business. — The Co- ;
operative Society's Committee were ;
instructed to make enquiries into the*
jam factory at -Gosford. ,i
Co-operative Fruitgrowers' Market in i
one of the suburbs of Sydney. * i
j-**v ou»ioauiui»^ ui uaving oar
Soldiers ' Memorial. — Mr. Adcock wad
the Shire President with a view to call
ing a public meeting at an early datd
Soldiers' Memorial. The majority ofl f
the public appear to be of the opinioii*? %
that this is a matter for the returned r ' |v
men to deal with. We wish them to %
understand we only represent a certain -
lis to say what we will have erected,
but tlie idea of the public meeting is td ^
te3t the feeling as to what sort of a ' nl
Memorial -the public prefer to have ll
erected. Provided that there is a suit- : S
able Memorial started, then we will M
give our solid support. |1
G. H. MOIR,;ygn- SegW- J
RETURNED SAILORS' & SOLDIERS'
IMPERIAL LEAGUE.
the local Branch was held in the School
City Tailors. — In accordance with a
number of enquiries in regard to ob-
prices, it was decided to communicate
with the State Secretary.
Table would be on hand on the Show-
subs, for the ensuing year, also for
distribution of handbills (Co-operative
Secretary and Mr. V. Rose. Any mem-
complaints are asked to let us hear from
them.
Employment.-In reference to a case
of a returned man who has been work-
of his action. This member of the
A.I.F. was offered two jobs by mem-
bers present, and would be able to start
work on Tuesday morning. While speak-
G. I. Adcock) stated that all men simi-
room to hold meetings at, it was re-
in the matter.''
— Messrs G. H. Adcock, R. G. Frewin,
Business Directory (Local). — Decided
to returned men. All members who
are in business are asked to forward
Repatriation Secretary. — The fellow-
ing resolution was unanimously car-
ried: "That we, the members of the
desire to place on record our apprecia-
tion of the services of Mr. H. G. Parry
in capacity of Secretary to the local
Repatriation Committee. We recognise
that he has always shown the utmost
position in such a manner to greatly
assist soldier settlers." Decided the
to the Soldiers' Settlement Branch, and
have a number of the members of the
above Association attend our next meet-
ing, on the 7th February, if possible,
with a view to amalgamating with us;
and with a view to forming a Branch
of the 'Dads' Association at Gosford.
Dairy. — Mr. T. S. MacDonald has
started dairying at Wyoming, Narara,
We understand that he has taken over
from Mrs. Campbell. As preference
should be given to returned men, we
hope that the public will at least give
Mr. MacDonald a trial.
Co-operative Business. — The Co-
operative Society's Committee were
instructed to make enquiries into the
jam factory at Gosford.
Co-operative Fruitgrowers' Market in
(c) The advisability of having bar-
Soldiers ' Memorial. — Mr. Adcock was
the Shire President with a view to call-
ing a public meeting at an early date
Soldiers' Memorial. The majority of
the public appear to be of the opinion
that this is a matter for the returned
men to deal with. We wish them to
understand we only represent a certain
us to say what we will have erected,
but the idea of the public meeting is to
test the feeling as to what sort of a
Memorial the public prefer to have
erected. Provided that there is a suit-
able Memorial started, then we will
give our solid support.
G. H. MOIR, Hon. Sec.
Returned Soldiers' League Gosford Sub-Branch Doings. (Article), The Gosford Times and Wyong District Advocate (NSW : 1906 - 1954), Thursday 7 December 1922 [Issue No.606] page 7 2019-11-24 20:04 ReturnedSoldiers'Leasue
Gosford Sub-Branch Doings. M
Meetings. — General, 1st Monday *
in month. All communications to be ad
dressed. to Organising /Secretary, H. L. I:
otherwise, met at 'Cooranbeen,' the
residence of Captain G. I. Adcock, on ,
Monday night last. Urgent correspond
ence was read and received, and atten- ;;
ded to. ^
The annual meeting was a matter,
was decided to extend a general invi
tation to all returned soldiers, irres
Sub-Branch or not; also to all veterans. ?
this yearly function, where old times j
can be discussed and friendships r«
newed. -i
Col. Vernon, will be present with us, .
This gives us an apportuinty of hear
ing something of what other Sub
Branches and the Head Office are do
ing, while it is pleasing to know thai
an interest is being taken in our Sub
place on December 14th, in Parsons'
The Queen of the District Competi
tion referred to last week is soon to' ?
be organised, and it has been decided v;
this event are invited from all quar
nominations as' early as possible, so
that an early start may be made. r'
in the matter. On account of the long i
delay a suggestion has been made that . ^
this Sub-Branch withdraw its dona
erect its own Memorial. It is our hopO '
suitable of days for ihe occasion.
Pictures. — These beautiful reproduc
tions in color are now available, and ,
Purchases of the prints aS exhibited
can be made from the Organising Sec
retary. Tell us -what you want and we .-?
will supply you. Prices and sizes are *
Launch Excursions. — We are adver
at 8 p.m., approximately. !The Boxing
Day excursion is to be more elabor- ^
ate, as we are catering for the com
fort of the public, considering it is ^
their day out. Tickets for the latter.
excursion must be obtained prior to ^
date of same. Watch for advt. We ^
are relying on the public to support tur
in these events, and should we be suc
H. L. MARSHALL, 1 . »
Organising Secretary4 j t
Returned Soldiers' League
Gosford Sub-Branch Doings.
Meetings. — General, 1st Monday
in month. All communications to be ad-
dressed to Organising Secretary, H. L.
otherwise, met at "Cooranbeen," the
residence of Captain G. I. Adcock, on
Monday night last. Urgent correspond-
ence was read and received, and atten-
ded to.
The annual meeting was a matter
was decided to extend a general invi-
tation to all returned soldiers, irres-
Sub-Branch or not; also to all veterans.
this yearly function, where old times
can be discussed and friendships re-
newed.
Col. Vernon, will be present with us,
This gives us an opportunity of hear-
ing something of what other Sub-
Branches and the Head Office are do-
ing, while it is pleasing to know that
an interest is being taken in our Sub-
place on December 14th, in Parsons
The Queen of the District Competi-
tion referred to last week is soon to
be organised, and it has been decided
this event are invited from all quar-
nominations as early as possible, so
that an early start may be made.
in the matter. On account of the long
delay a suggestion has been made that
this Sub-Branch withdraw its dona-
erect its own Memorial. It is our hope
suitable of days for the occasion.
Pictures. — These beautiful reproduc-
tions in color are now available, and
Purchases of the prints as exhibited
can be made from the Organising Sec-
retary. Tell us what you want and we
will supply you. Prices and sizes are
Launch Excursions. — We are adver-
at 8 p.m., approximately. The Boxing
Day excursion is to be more elabor-
ate, as we are catering for the com-
fort of the public, considering it is
their day out. Tickets for the latter
excursion must be obtained prior to
date of same. Watch for advt. We
are relying on the public to support us
in these events, and should we be suc-
H. L. MARSHALL,
Organising Secretary.

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