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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,829,389
2 noelwoodhouse 3,925,949
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,331,831
5 Rhonda.M 3,144,752
...
1631 FMuller 21,516
1632 Fulham 21,495
1633 bj.750 21,494
1634 nichilds 21,491
1635 NZwombat 21,491
1636 TAMcC 21,473

21,491 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 335
March 2019 18
December 2018 166
March 2018 71
December 2017 298
September 2017 581
July 2017 231
May 2017 255
January 2017 390
December 2016 35
October 2016 1,295
September 2016 21
July 2016 2
June 2016 148
May 2016 20
April 2016 5
March 2016 31
January 2016 259
December 2015 863
October 2015 87
August 2015 385
July 2015 23
May 2015 622
December 2014 132
August 2014 1
July 2014 11
June 2014 450
March 2014 204
November 2013 235
October 2013 1,016
September 2013 31
August 2013 49
June 2013 89
May 2013 1,673
April 2013 2,462
March 2013 899
February 2013 849
January 2013 342
December 2012 772
November 2012 73
August 2012 497
July 2012 156
April 2012 223
March 2012 169
February 2012 333
January 2012 425
December 2011 1,909
November 2011 2,350

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,829,187
2 noelwoodhouse 3,925,949
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,331,810
5 Rhonda.M 3,144,739
...
1625 KathleenR 21,525
1626 FMuller 21,514
1627 bj.750 21,494
1628 nichilds 21,491
1629 Fulham 21,489
1630 NZwombat 21,485

21,491 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 335
March 2019 18
December 2018 166
March 2018 71
December 2017 298
September 2017 581
July 2017 231
May 2017 255
January 2017 390
December 2016 35
October 2016 1,295
September 2016 21
July 2016 2
June 2016 148
May 2016 20
April 2016 5
March 2016 31
January 2016 259
December 2015 863
October 2015 87
August 2015 385
July 2015 23
May 2015 622
December 2014 132
August 2014 1
July 2014 11
June 2014 450
March 2014 204
November 2013 235
October 2013 1,016
September 2013 31
August 2013 49
June 2013 89
May 2013 1,673
April 2013 2,462
March 2013 899
February 2013 849
January 2013 342
December 2012 772
November 2012 73
August 2012 497
July 2012 156
April 2012 223
March 2012 169
February 2012 333
January 2012 425
December 2011 1,909
November 2011 2,350

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CITY POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. (Article), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Wednesday 24 February 1892 [Issue No.56] page 3 2019-10-15 15:25 oATRNG DURING PRO5IIBITED HOURS.
George Sheehan, David M'Ewao, and
hours. M"Ewan pleaded not guilty, and
Sheehan, on getting into the witness.box.
and M'Ewan s'ripped off his clothes and
river called out the bhy was drowning, and
inasmuch as the bench believed the evi
dence that lie plunged into the water to
BATHING DURING PROHIBITED HOURS
George Sheehan, David M'Ewan, and
hours. M'Ewan pleaded not guilty, and
Sheehan, on getting into the witness-box,
and M'Ewan stripped off his clothes and
river called out the boy was drowning, and
inasmuch as the bench believed the evi-
dence that he plunged into the water to
SWIMMING. SOUTH ESK CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Thursday 29 November 1923 [Issue No.285] page 8 2019-10-15 15:19 ed to £8 19 id, and the actual amount
expended during the year totalled £80
is lid, leaving a balance in the Bankl
for Savings of 219 5s 2d; against this,
provision mnust be made for unpaid or
ders amounting to £11 ts, which would
reduce the credit to £8 O 2d, a net
which under the adverse circunstances
for the season was 91, a slight improve
Itoped to have a much larger increase
weather permitted, and some very in
teresting racing and diving were wit
Alustrallan championships in Adelaide.
In the 220 yards Breast Stroke Cham
limited experience in championship com
pany. Representatives were sent to Ho
bart to represent the club at the cham
pionships carnival, and Towell success
by Cliff Tyson, of the Old Launccsto
effort. The club offered its hearty con
gratulations to him and his club on rel
Towel], and the' 220 yards Free Style
one of the most exciting racs over wit
nessed in fhe Victoria Baths, Maxa
Relsz, of Hobart, gained the verdict over
The diving display also was not as suc
cessful as nrevious years. The collec
for again donating the "Tasmanian Cup,'
and for the continued Use, of hbi pro- I
*Ds Athirdfias1u. L a
donors of trophies. The coming seas
son promised to be a very busy one, a0
portion of the Australian thaompionshlp"
quite on. the cards. It behoved the
the assistance possible, so that arrange
ments might be made to have the cham
In moving the adoption of tile re,
port and balance-sheet the chairman conO
gratulated the committee on thle man
ner in which they had managed the at
fairs of the club, but regretted that ow
Ing to the unfavourable weather condl'
Lions experienced during the season it
had suffered financially The high stan
dard of the sport had been maintallled.
He congratulated J. Towall on his suea
cess in Tasmanma, and also on his ex
collent performance in the 220 yardS
and manly manner in which the competi
would always continue in the same mean
tas he was in possession they would al
The motion was seconded by Mrt,
George Sheehan, and agreed to unani
The election of oflicere resulted:--Pre
sident, Mr. E. Freeland, M.L.C. (re
eolected); vice-presldent, Mr, p. S. Jack
eon, M.H.R.; hen. secretary, Mr. V. P.
Jones; hon. treasurer, Mr H. G. Bond;;
vice-captain, Mr J. Towell: committee?
Messrs. R. Wenn, G. Morgan, M. Hew"
son, J. Jj. Baker, George Sheehani, H. .
the winners on their success. The oP'
portunity was taken to present Mrn
George Sheehan with an enlarged photo'
graph of the committe, as a token oA
appreciation of the valuable services h0.
had rendered to the club during the 1i
years he occupied the position of chair
man of committee. Mr. Sheehan suit'
and H. G. Bond were unanimously elect'
ed life members, in recognition of tkil
A hearty vote of thanks to the pro
sldent brought a successful meeting to
ed to £8 19s 1d, and the actual amount
expended during the year totalled £66
1s 11d, leaving a balance in the Bank
for Savings of £19 5s 2d; against this,
provision mnust be made for unpaid or-
ders amounting to £11 5s, which would
reduce the credit to £8 0s 2d, a net
which under the adverse circumstances
for the season was 91, a slight improve-
hoped to have a much larger increase
weather permitted, and some very in-
teresting racing and diving were wit-
Australian championships in Adelaide.
In the 220 yards Breast Stroke Cham-
limited experience in championship com-
pany. Representatives were sent to Ho-
bart to represent the club at the cham-
pionships carnival, and Towell success-
by Cliff Tyson, of the Old Launcesto-
effort. The club offered its hearty con-
gratulations to him and his club on re-
Towell, and the 220 yards Free Style
one of the most exciting racs ever wit-
nessed in fhe Victoria Baths, Max
Reisz, of Hobart, gained the verdict over
The diving display also was not as suc-
cessful as previous years. The collec-
for again donating the "Tasmanian Cup,"
and for the continued use of his pro-
perty at the third basin. Mr.Harry
donors of trophies. The coming seas-
son promised to be a very busy one, as
portion of the Australian championships
quite on the cards. It behoved the
the assistance possible, so that arrange-
ments might be made to have the cham-
In moving the adoption of the re-
port and balance-sheet the chairman con-
gratulated the committee on the man-
ner in which they had managed the af-
fairs of the club, but regretted that ow-
ing to the unfavourable weather condi-
tions experienced during the season it
had suffered financially The high stan-
dard of the sport had been maintained.
He congratulated J. Towell on his suc-
cess in Tasmanma, and also on his ex-
cellent performance in the 220 yards
and manly manner in which the competi-
would always continue in the same man-
as he was in possession they would al-
The motion was seconded by Mr.
George Sheehan, and agreed to unani-
The election of oflicere resulted:--Pre-
sident, Mr. E. Freeland, M.L.C. (re-
eolected); vice-presldent, Mr, D. S. Jack-
son, M.H.R.; hon. secretary, Mr. V. P.
Jones; hon. treasurer, Mr H. G. Bond;
vice-captain, Mr J. Towell: committee,
Messrs. R. Wenn, G. Morgan, M. Hew-
son, J. D. Baker, George Sheehan, H. G.
the winners on their success. The op-
portunity was taken to present Mr.
George Sheehan with an enlarged photo-
graph of the committe, as a token of
appreciation of the valuable services he
had rendered to the club during the 12
years he occupied the position of chair-
man of committee. Mr. Sheehan suit-
and H. G. Bond were unanimously elect-
ed life members, in recognition of the
A hearty vote of thanks to the pre-
sident brought a successful meeting to
SWIMMING. SOUTH ESK CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Thursday 29 November 1923 [Issue No.285] page 8 2019-10-15 15:00 SOUTH ESI CLTUB
Mfr. E. Fr..':,-erl. M.L.C. we ilded oven
................ .... Lh year
Uultl ,?..,.. . .4. not sO successful a91
anticipate,, tnu principal factor being
the unsuitable weather for swimming exm
perieuced during the most umportant
portion of the season. The club com
of d£23 Ss, but when provision for out
Gd was made the actual amount which
10s. Receipts from all sources amount?,
SOUTH ESK CLUB
Mfr. E. Freeland, M.L.C. presided over
................ .... the year
.................. as not so successful as
ancitipated, the principal factor being
the unsuitable weather for swimming ex-
perienced during the most important
portion of the season. The club com-
of £23 8s, but when provision for out-
6d was the actual amount which
10s. Receipts from all sources amount-
St. Francis Xavier Seminary. (Article), The Colonist (Launceston, Tas. : 1888 - 1891), Saturday 25 January 1890 [Issue No.IV] page 26 2019-10-15 12:26 school for boys in Launceston.- He also bade
boys who- did not get prizes to-day would
study harder for the coming year, and be
Some musical selections brought the Dro
and Mr Conwell. ;
Sheehan, 1 ; S. Warrington, 2 ; George Har
Dovern, 1 ; George Harvey, 2. Re*3ing
and elecution — George Sheehan, 1 ; E. Sulli
Reading and elocution— S. Goodall. Arith
metic— T. Dunn. Writing— A. Sheehon.
Catechism — S. Whiting, 1 ; A. Darcy, 2. Dic
2. Reading— Jas. Lyall,l;R.Hogan, 2. Arith
metic— 'D. Imlach. Writing — Wm. Conroy.
Class III.— Catechism— H. Davis. Dicta
Wm. Jones, 2. Writing— Jno. Dunn. Eng
school for boys in Launceston. He also bade
boys who did not get prizes to-day would
study harder for the coming year, and be-
Some musical selections brought the pro-
and Mr Conwell.
Sheehan, 1 ; S. Warrington, 2 ; George Har-
Dovern, 1 ; George Harvey, 2. Reading
and elecution — George Sheehan, 1 ; E. Sulli-
Reading and elocution— S. Goodall. Arith-
metic— T. Dunn. Writing— A. Sheehan.
Catechism — S. Whiting, 1 ; A. Darcy, 2. Dic-
2. Reading— Jas. Lyall,l;R.Hogan, 2. Arith-
metic— D. Imiach. Writing — Wm. Conroy.
Class III.— Catechism— H. Davis. Dicta-
Wm. Jones, 2. Writing— Jno. Dunn. Eng-
St. Francis Xavier Seminary. (Article), The Colonist (Launceston, Tas. : 1888 - 1891), Saturday 25 January 1890 [Issue No.IV] page 26 2019-10-15 12:19 the afternoon of yesterday. It would_ have
uxmuiijiou nan ox cne i resemja&ioii uon
was supported on 'his right and left by the
Key. J. Murphy, of Launceston, several
gentlemen of: the. Catholic community.
beautiful chorus, ' The harp that once
thro' Tara's hall.'
by the boys for the past' six months, during
Mb control. He was very much surprised
education, appeared to have been neg
and application to tb-or studies during the
the prizes to the successful pupils, address
their appreciation of the zeal and watch
the afternoon of yesterday. It would have
exhibition hall of the Presentation Con-
was supported on his right and left by the
Rev. J. Murphy, of Launceston, several
gentlemen of the Catholic community.
beautiful chorus, "The harp that once
thro' Tara's hall."
by the boys for the past six months, during
his control. He was very much surprised
education, appeared to have been neg-
and application to their studies during the
the prizes to the successful pupils, address-
their appreciation of the zeal and watch-
DEATH OF MR. V. P. LITHGOW (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Thursday 24 July 1924 [Issue No.176] page 3 2019-10-13 21:27 DEATH OF MR. V.' P. L1THGOW!
The .death at oai early iliour this morn
ing of Mr. Vincpiit P. Lithgaw, foreman
flat tlie Launcest-on tramway sheds, will
'occasion widespread, regrot amongst a
laxeo circle of friends in Laimceston. A
inan of magnificent physique,' ho achieved
Sn Ills earlier years high distinction as
jam oarsman as a. member of the Tamar
(towing Club, and represented Tasmania
' |ln interstate olght-o'arcd chonipiousiilpa.
(Ho was extremely popular also amongst
tiro staff of tlio Corporation, with which
hb had been employed for a considerable
taumber of years. TMrty-sovon years of
DEATH OF MR. V. P. LITHGOW
The death at an early hour this morn-
ing of Mr. Vincent P. Lithgow, foreman
at the Launceston tramway sheds, will
occasion widespread regret amongst a
large circle of friends in Launceston. A
man of magnificent physique, he achieved
in his earlier years high distinction as
an oarsman as a member of the Tamar
Rowing Club, and represented Tasmania
in interstate eight-oared championships.
He was extremely popular also amonget
the staff of the Corporation, with swhich
he had been employed for a considerable
number of yeras. Thirty-seven years of
age, he leaves a widow and young fam-
ily.
TRIBUTES TO OFFICERS. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 25 July 1924 [Issue No.177] page 5 2019-10-13 21:20 "Mr. Bowe wa9 a capable and pains
ilay. "and his knowledge of the nets and
by-laws governing the council's func
tions was exceedinglv valuable. There'
is no doubt he would have been ap
tlie indifferent state of lite health. Mr.
expert, workman, and tlie excellent condi
wns kept was due to his careful super
vision. Tli" dentils of both these offi
cers, fo!Iowfg as tbey do so quickly
Murnnne, and Mr. David, are indeed a
very serious matter for the council. Tlie
and one naturally expected in the ordin
cases of Messrs. Eowe and Lithgow
have been many years -useful life before
tliem. I am expressing the feeling? ot
tlie aldermen and the staff when I say
and sympathise with their relatives in.
thp.ir bereavement."
Tile Superintendent of Tramways (Mr.
R. J. Strike) remarked that Mr. Lith
gow had been a very loyal/efficient, and .
conscientious officer, whoso position
would be difficult to fill 03 he had filled
Tho chairman of the tramway commit
tee (Mr. F. .T. Ockerby) said: — "The loss
department is a serious one. He wns
as a chemist in this city. He wrb of a
and earned the respect nnd affection of
the. men under him. He was glwaqs
keen on liis Job. loyal to the head of his
He was not tlie class of man that fills
a cask nnd leaves the bung out. It ,
the hank to bed with him, and Mr.
credit is duo to him for the smart ap
many of those (n larger cities, and for
whieli appearance ho was responsible.
cars which has proved most . effective,
on his work generally." '
"Mr. Bowe was a capable and pains-
day. "and his knowledge of the acts and
by-laws governing the council's func-
tions was exceedingly valuable. There
is no doubt he would have been ap-
the indifferent state of his health. Mr.
expert workman, and the excellent condi-
was kept was due to his careful super-
vision. The deaths of both these offi-
cers, fo!Iowfg as they do so quickly
Murnane, and Mr. David, are indeed a
very serious matter for the council. The
and one naturally expected in the ordin-
cases of Messrs. Bowe and Lithgow
have been many years useful life before
them. I am expressing the feelings of
the aldermen and the staff when I say
and sympathise with their relatives in
their bereavement."
The Superintendent of Tramways (Mr.
R. J. Strike) remarked that Mr. Lith-
gow had been a very loyal, efficient, and
conscientious officer, whose position
would be difficult to fill as he had filled
The chairman of the tramway commit-
tee (Mr. F. J. Ockerby) said: — "The loss
department is a serious one. He was
as a chemist in this city. He was of a
and earned the respect and affection of
the men under him. He was always
keen on his job, loyal to the head of his
He was not the class of man that fills
a cask and leaves the bung out. It
the bank to bed with him, and Mr.
credit is due to him for the smart ap-
many of those in larger cities, and for
whieli appearance he was responsible.
cars which has proved most effective,
on his work generally."
THE TOLL OF DEATH TWO MORE CORPORATION OFFICERS MESSRS. G. A. BOWE AND V R. LITHGOW FIVE PASS IN NINE MONTHS (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 25 July 1924 [Issue No.177] page 5 2019-10-13 21:10 / THE TOLL OF DEATH
. Death has taken farther heavy toll amongst the heads, of
' Tramway ' Rolling Stock and Mechanical Engineer (Mr. Vincent
There were obvious indications ot
gloom at the Town Hall yesterday morn
ing. A Ur.ion Jack fluttered at half-mast
over the building in .the dull grey misty
stall', as might naturally be cxpected-
were . depressed in spirit by recent sad
events,' wliich were freely discussed with
(Messrs. teowe ana x/iingow, two ynaug ana
extremely popular officials, visibly af
close upon Hie sudden death only a week
before of Mr. David. The Mayor, him
self an old municipal employee, made Ills
very keenly. In the city citizens be
trayed much regret and sympathy witb
both th- relatives and Corporation and
valuable officers In so brief a period was
the eitv lias lost two officials who have
rendered signal service to the depart
valuable knowledge of tlie city the coun
cil lias been deprived of in the past niao
months by tlio deaths of Dr. L. Grey
W. Murnanc (City Health Inspector).
Dir. C. St. John David (City engineer) -
Mr. V. 1'. Lithgow (Superintendent of
Tramway Rolling Stock nnd 'Mechanical
Engineer). The knowledge to which Ills
Worship a'luded wns tlmt born of close
study of departmental detail, the ser
vices of tlie city, and its general require
must necessarily bo a long and difficult
tlie council has been extremely unfor
tunate, for it hns now reached a 6tngo
in its progress and development wlien the
these officers would Eavo iboen most valu
THE TOLL OF DEATH
Death has taken farther heavy toll amongst the heads, of
Tramway Rolling Stock and Mechanical Engineer (Mr. Vincent
There were obvious indications of
gloom at the Town Hall yesterday morn-
ing. A Union Jack fluttered at half-mast
over the building in the dull grey misty
staff, as might naturally be expected
were depressed in spirit by recent sad
events, which were freely discussed with
Messrs. Bowe and Lithgow, two young and
extremely popular officials, visibly af-
close upon the sudden death only a week
before of Mr. David. The Mayor, him-
self an old municipal employee, made his
very keenly. In the city citizens be-
trayed much regret and sympathy with
both the relatives and Corporation and
valuable officers in so brief a period was
the citv has lost two officials who have
rendered signal service to the depart-
valuable knowledge of the city the coun-
cil has been deprived of in the past nine
months by the deaths of Dr. L. Grey
W. Murnane (City Health Inspector).
Mr. C. St. John David (City engineer) -
Mr. V. P. Lithgow (Superintendent of
Tramway Rolling Stock and Mechanical
Engineer). The knowledge to which his
Worship alluded was that born of close
study of departmental detail, the ser-
vices of tlie city, and its general require-
must necessarily be a long and difficult
tlie council has been extremely unfor-
tunate, for it has now reached a stage
in its progress and development when the
these officers would have been most valu-
MR. LITHGOW'S DEATH (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 25 July 1924 [Issue No.177] page 5 2019-10-13 20:42 Apart from the excellent service ha
toffiedri,0 ' 11,0 Corporation since ho
, femc' Ml'- Vincent Lithgow
ofthu''fi,Jay bc,st remombcred as ono
or the finest oarsmen Tasmania ever
death i„ . \f nnnounccmont of his
InnC 3 esterdny's "Examiner" was
roeret \H '' cxPrc«ions of
,-ij f ' ' '-n'j 'lu had been seriously
evp c edmCHWe0kS ','i3 dca«1
He passed tuvay at his resi
nLC1' so" of Hlc latc Mr- J- H;
Lithgow , who earned on a chemist's
bus ness in the city for ma. yelrs
After serving 3ns apprenticeship as an
engineer at Salisbun-'s FouZy Mr
an fn' Smcd ?n sevoraI steamers as
engineer, and in this way visited
many countries. After his return L»
ElectnVr1' the -A"strn,in» Genoraf
tractors ? PMny' V;ho wefe the con-
rnunrosf le rt>»l"g Mock for the
munceston tramways. On February
is a ft("„ 11,0 tramway service
Premoied U monH,s ,ater he s
promoted to foreman nt the car barn
A few years ago lie wns made superin-
enrineer n 1k" a,ld
engineer a position he held at his death.
mr. Lithgow Was responsible for somo
nhvavl' ho'"0! r'!l -i1" dePartn,ont. and
" rs he studied its interests at the ex
: enience. He had grown with the de
partment, ami as he was of both a pro-
ressivc and inventive turn of mind.
celient" t V" - e0«ipment was ex-
cellent testimony of liis worth
Mr Lithgow's name will ever be hs-
socated with the best tradition! of
Tasmaninn rowing Ho was a member
\vri t7a?1r t;lub T'-n - Us day.
Mr F H S' I'1'' ¥ith Rentage and
m Stephens he was one of the
tog men in Tasmanian oquaitic his-
tory. AH three belonged to the same
club, nnd were in large measure re
sponsible for many of its most bril
liant achievements. Mr. Lithgow oceu-
P'c(! n seat In tho Tasmanian crew in
the interstate -race more than once,
ho was a fine oarsman, whose skill and
(Mr. Lithgow was popular in the city,
and amongst tho employees in thel
esteem for his many fine qualities. Ho
wns but 37 years of age, and showed a:
daughter of Mr. O. 0. Humphreys, and
leaves a widow and three young chil
Apart from the excellent service he
had renderedto the Corporation since he
joined the service, Mr Vincent LIthgow
will probably be best remembered as one
of the finest ooarsmen Tasmania ever pro-
duced. The brief announcement of his
death in yesterday's "Examiner"was
received with general expressions of
regret. Although he had been seriously
ill for some weeks his death was not
expected. He passed away at his resi-
the youngest son of the late Mr. J. H.
Lithgow , who carried on a chemist's
business in the city for many years.
After serving his apprenticeship as an
engineer at Salisbury Foundry, Mr.
LIthgow served on several steamers as
an engineer, and in this way visited
many countries. After his return to
fitter with the Australian General
Electric Company, who were con-
tractors for the rolling stock for the
Launceston tramways. On February
11, 1911, he joined the tramway service
as a fitter, and 14 months later he was
promoted to foreman at the car barn
A few years ago he was made superin-
tendent of the rolling stock and mechanical
engineer, a position he held at his death.
Mr. Lithgow was responsible for some
splendid work in this department, and
always he studied its interests at the ex-
venience. He has grown with the de-
partment, and as he was of both a pro-
gresive and inventive tunr of mind,
the condition of the equipment was ex-
cellent testimony of his worth.
Mr. Lithgow's name will every be as-
sociated with the best traditions of
Tasmanian rowing. He was a member
of the Tamar club in its palmy days.
With the late Mr. Keith Heritage and
Mr. F. H. Stephens he was one of the
"big" men in Tasmanian aquatic his-
tory. All three belonged to the same
club, and were in large measure re-
sponsible for many of its most bril-
liant achievements. Mr. Lithgow occu-
pied a seat in the Tasmanian crew in
the interstate race more than once,
he was a fine oarsman, whose skill and
Mr. Lithgow was popular in the city,
and amongst the employees in the
esteem for his many fine qualities. He
was but 37 years of age, and showed a
daughter of Mr. C. H. Humphreys, and
leaves a widow and three young chil-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Monday 30 October 1916 [Issue No.259] page 1 2019-10-13 20:22

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