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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,782,648
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,967
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,350
5 Rhonda.M 3,094,728
...
140 Gabrielle.James 374,026
141 Logan-Local-Studies 373,545
142 mullalk 366,828
143 spison 365,568
144 docaartsen 356,965
145 genean 356,716

365,568 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 783
September 2019 1,222
August 2019 672
July 2019 514
June 2019 141
May 2019 1,569
April 2019 285
March 2019 817
February 2019 221
January 2019 797
December 2018 1,267
November 2018 1,021
October 2018 670
September 2018 208
August 2018 535
July 2018 1,361
June 2018 531
May 2018 1,274
April 2018 682
March 2018 647
February 2018 1,409
January 2018 865
December 2017 648
November 2017 638
October 2017 606
September 2017 922
August 2017 716
July 2017 1,076
June 2017 598
May 2017 1,219
April 2017 1,490
March 2017 176
February 2017 286
January 2017 356
December 2016 861
November 2016 464
October 2016 434
September 2016 560
August 2016 832
July 2016 1,207
June 2016 1,221
May 2016 742
April 2016 881
March 2016 918
February 2016 1,404
January 2016 892
December 2015 1,164
November 2015 647
October 2015 737
September 2015 523
August 2015 636
July 2015 1,025
June 2015 659
May 2015 945
April 2015 1,194
March 2015 1,377
February 2015 358
January 2015 943
December 2014 1,872
November 2014 1,921
October 2014 3,894
September 2014 4,715
August 2014 5,236
July 2014 5,382
June 2014 6,137
May 2014 6,121
April 2014 5,742
March 2014 6,192
February 2014 5,459
January 2014 6,033
December 2013 6,323
November 2013 5,997
October 2013 4,634
August 2013 6,027
July 2013 6,316
June 2013 6,164
May 2013 6,130
April 2013 6,047
March 2013 6,005
February 2013 5,049
January 2013 5,669
December 2012 6,777
November 2012 6,244
October 2012 6,472
September 2012 6,184
August 2012 6,451
July 2012 6,501
June 2012 6,131
May 2012 6,392
April 2012 6,355
March 2012 5,445
February 2012 5,999
January 2012 5,715
December 2011 6,281
November 2011 6,042
October 2011 6,734
August 2011 2,625
July 2011 6,767
June 2011 5,024
May 2011 5,791
April 2011 5,301
March 2011 5,812
February 2011 5,867
January 2011 6,349
December 2010 5,944
November 2010 5,611
October 2010 5,162
September 2010 6,943
August 2010 7,808
July 2010 10,370
June 2010 2,429
May 2010 1,250
April 2010 231
March 2010 1,050
February 2010 211
January 2010 403
December 2009 2,049
November 2009 309
October 2009 299
September 2009 752
August 2009 104
July 2009 1,838
June 2009 5,635

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,782,446
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,967
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,329
5 Rhonda.M 3,094,715
...
138 Logan-Local-Studies 373,539
139 JohnMA2227 367,971
140 mullalk 366,799
141 spison 365,512
142 docaartsen 356,965
143 genean 356,649

365,512 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 783
September 2019 1,222
August 2019 672
July 2019 514
June 2019 134
May 2019 1,569
April 2019 285
March 2019 817
February 2019 221
January 2019 797
December 2018 1,267
November 2018 1,021
October 2018 670
September 2018 208
August 2018 535
July 2018 1,361
June 2018 531
May 2018 1,274
April 2018 682
March 2018 647
February 2018 1,409
January 2018 861
December 2017 648
November 2017 638
October 2017 606
September 2017 922
August 2017 705
July 2017 1,076
June 2017 598
May 2017 1,219
April 2017 1,490
March 2017 176
February 2017 286
January 2017 356
December 2016 861
November 2016 464
October 2016 424
September 2016 560
August 2016 832
July 2016 1,183
June 2016 1,221
May 2016 742
April 2016 881
March 2016 918
February 2016 1,404
January 2016 892
December 2015 1,164
November 2015 647
October 2015 737
September 2015 523
August 2015 636
July 2015 1,025
June 2015 659
May 2015 945
April 2015 1,194
March 2015 1,377
February 2015 358
January 2015 943
December 2014 1,872
November 2014 1,921
October 2014 3,894
September 2014 4,715
August 2014 5,236
July 2014 5,382
June 2014 6,137
May 2014 6,121
April 2014 5,742
March 2014 6,192
February 2014 5,459
January 2014 6,033
December 2013 6,323
November 2013 5,997
October 2013 4,634
August 2013 6,027
July 2013 6,316
June 2013 6,164
May 2013 6,130
April 2013 6,047
March 2013 6,005
February 2013 5,049
January 2013 5,669
December 2012 6,777
November 2012 6,244
October 2012 6,472
September 2012 6,184
August 2012 6,451
July 2012 6,501
June 2012 6,131
May 2012 6,392
April 2012 6,355
March 2012 5,445
February 2012 5,999
January 2012 5,715
December 2011 6,281
November 2011 6,042
October 2011 6,734
August 2011 2,625
July 2011 6,767
June 2011 5,024
May 2011 5,791
April 2011 5,301
March 2011 5,812
February 2011 5,867
January 2011 6,349
December 2010 5,944
November 2010 5,611
October 2010 5,162
September 2010 6,943
August 2010 7,808
July 2010 10,370
June 2010 2,429
May 2010 1,250
April 2010 231
March 2010 1,050
February 2010 211
January 2010 403
December 2009 2,049
November 2009 309
October 2009 299
September 2009 752
August 2009 104
July 2009 1,838
June 2009 5,635

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 311,213
2 PhilThomas 128,710
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
589 Genealogist1947 56
590 olympiaboo 56
591 Omega50 56
592 spison 56
593 bevruth 55
594 bremich6 55

56 line(s) corrected.

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June 2019 7
January 2018 4
August 2017 11
October 2016 10
July 2016 24


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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Tuesday 22 July 1884 [Issue No.1572] page 8 2019-10-16 18:54 Ralph Langton was brought no at <he Redfcrn
Court, ytBterday, under tbo Industrial Schools'
Act. Bridget Downea deposed that the boy wat
eight years of ege, was left in her charge by his
mother, that the had no control over him, and that
money given him for his school fcea. Mr Clarke,
B.M., made an order for his admission to the
Ralph Langton was brought up at the Redfern
Court, yesterday, under the Industrial Schools'
Act. Bridget Downes deposed that the boy was
eight years of age, was left in her charge by his
mother, that she had no control over him, and that
money given him for his school fees. Mr Clarke,
S.M., made an order for his admission to the
WATER POLICE COURT. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 22 June 1883 [Issue No.14,113] page 2 2019-10-16 18:01 Mr Marsh, S M , s it in both tho Charge Court and ti»
Summons Court vesterdav
William F lolct, was found guilty of having b°ggcä
alms in Hunter street, and ho wua sent to gaol for on»
mooth.
John Kelli/, aged IG years, tra American seaman, was ia
addition to being fined for drunkenness ordored to pay a
penalti of £5, in default three months' imprisonment, for
having used indecoat longuuge in a publie place
Joseph boden, \ otk and Albany Hotel, corner of Liver-
pool and Chapuiun etrcots, John M'binnes, Bino Anchor
ilotol, James ¡S¡I>ISÍ>, îsatlvo Roso Hoto), Balmain,
James 1 ml ci ton, Kovnl M til Hotel, cotnor of Palmor and
II irner streets , and )lrill\am Allerton, Bald Bock Hotel,
Biluiam, were each fined £3 and 5s Gd costs for Sunday
trading 1 or n similar offenco James haden. Steam Packet
Hotel, Gcoriro-Btieet North, waa fined £i and 5a Gd costs.
Joel J Cohen, Burûekin Hotel, corner of William and
Bourko it reefs, and Mataarct Houc, Wynyard Hotel,
corner of I rskine und Clarenco streets, wero each fined £3
and fis (3d costs for having sold liquor during prohibited
hours \
I ICEN SIN O COT. UT
Mofsrs Dillon (chairman), Addison, and Mirsh, S Ms,
nnd Mr J M Intonh, L M , sat ou tho Licensing Bench at
noon
James NHden, landlord of the Steam Packet Hotel,
George-street ¡tSottb, made an application for tbo renewal of
his licenso I ho police objoctcd to the renew al, on the ground
that the appllc mt had been com icted four timcB under the
Licensing Law during tho past two j cars, and that ht,being
of intcmptiato habits, was not n fit person to conduct a
licensed public-house. -Evidence was brought forward by
Iho police in Btipport of their reasons for tbo oljection, and
nlso to show that tho applicant, in ordor to carr) on hunday
trading, had resorted to a sjatemiitioprnolico of employing
persons about his premises for th purpose of wal bine; tho
polico so that ho might not bo aeterted Ihe Bench
refused to grant a ii now ni of the applicants llcenne,
and they ut-ited that thoy would not rciaw tho
liccnFo of any publican who was proved to
hnvocmplojod peoplo about his hotel for tbe purposo of
watehiug tho mosomtnts of tho polico, in order to cuido the.
David Thompson, landlord of tbo Clifton Holel, Chowder
Ba>, applied far a renewal of his Iicenso Iho application
was objected to by tho police, on thoscoro that on all pubho
holidav a tho hotel and grounds attachod to it formed the
rendezvous of larrikins and larrikinotses, aud by their mil
bobavtouron thoso occasions tho peico of the neighbour-
hood wns greatly disturbed Evidence was givon
bj tbo police to show that persons of bad reputo
resorted in lsro0 numbera on holidays to the hotel
ond prouuds, and that thoy woro the CBUBO or
very disgraceful «cones thero It was contended bv Mr
HobertB, sen , who oppo trod on behalf of tho applicant,
that he had ondeavpured as far ai possible to keep bia hotel
freo from notorious characters, ana that ho had not suc-
ceeded in his objeet was not duo to any neglect on hw
pirt borao witnesses »ero then exunined on behalf
of the applicant, and their testimi ny was to tbo effect that
Ihompsm alwava endeavoured t/i conduct his hotel ma
propor manner, and thnt he on oven occasion provented any
improper proceedings on his grounds Tbo Bench doomed,
nlso, in thus c tee not to renew tbo applicant's licoaeo, statiw
at the sume tuno that they did not tamk that it was to too.
publto interest that the hotel was kept open so long
Mr. Marsh, S.M., sat in both the Charge Court and the
Summons Court yesterday.
William Violet, was found guilty of having begged
alms in Hunter-street, and he was sent to gaol for one
month.
John Kelly, aged 16 years, an American seaman, was in
addition to being fined for drunkenness, ordered to pay a
penalty of £5, in default three months' imprisonment, for
having used indecent language in a public place.
Joseph Soden, York and Albany Hotel, corner of Liver-
pool and Chapman streets; John McGinnes, Blue Anchor
Hotel; James Spenser, Native Rose Hotel, Balmain;
James Pinkerton, Royal Mail Hotel, corner of Palmer and
Harner streets ; and William Allerton, Bald Rock Hotel,
Balmain, were each fined £3 and 5s. 6d. costs for Sunday
trading. For a similar offence James Naden, Steam Packet
Hotel, George-street North, was fined £4 and 5s. 6d. costs.
Joel J. Cohen, Burdekin Hotel, corner of William and
Bourke streets, and Margaret Howe, Wynyard Hotel,
corner of Erskine and Clarence streets, were each fined £3
and 5s. 6d. costs for having sold liquor during prohibited
hours.
LICENSING COURT.
Messrs. Dillon (chairman), Addison, and Marsh, S.Ms.,
and Mr. J. McIntosh, L.M., sat on the Licensing Bench at
noon.
James Naden, landlord of the Steam Packet Hotel,
George-street North, made an application for the renewal of
his license. The police objected to the renewal, on the ground
that the applicant had been convicted four times under the
Licensing Law during the past two years, and that he, being
of intemperate habits, was not a fit person to conduct a
licensed public-house. Evidence was brought forward by
the police in support of their reasons for the objection, and
also to show that the applicant, in order to carry on Sunday
trading, had resorted to a systematic practice of employing
persons about his premises for the purpose of watching the
police so that he might not be detected. The Bench
refused to grant a renewal of the applicant's license,
and they stated that they would not renew the
license of any publican who was proved to
have employed people about his hotel for the purpose of
watching the movements of the police, in order to evade the
David Thompson, landlord of the Clifton Holel, Chowder
Bay, applied for a renewal of his Iicense. The application
was objected to by the police, on the score that on all public
holidays the hotel and grounds attached to it formed the
rendezvous of larrikins and larrikinesses, and by their mis-
behaviour on those occasions the peace of the neighbour-
hood was greatly disturbed. Evidence was given
by the police to show that persons of bad repute
resorted in large numbers on holidays to the hotel
and grounds, and that they were the cause of
very disgraceful scenes there. It was contended by Mr.
Roberts, sen., who appeared on behalf of the applicant,
that he had endeavoured as far as possible to keep his hotel
free from notorious characters, and that he had not suc-
ceeded in his object was not due to any neglect on his
part. Some witnesses were then examined on behalf
of the applicant, and their testimony was to the effect that
Thompson always endeavoured to conduct his hotel in a
proper manner, and that he on every occasion prevented any
improper proceedings on his grounds. The Bench decided,
also, in this case not to renew the applicant's license, stating
at the same time that they did not think that it was to the
public interest that the hotel was kept open so long.
Advertising (Advertising), Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907), Saturday 27 October 1883 [Issue No.720] page 1 2019-10-16 16:59 JENKINS.- WILLIAM JENKINS, lately on
board tho training-ship Vernon, supposed to bo on
the Richmond Rivor, write lo your anxiou3~l*aronts.
JENKINS.—WILLIAM JENKINS, lately on
board the training-ship Vernon, supposed to be on
the Richmond River, write to your anxious Parents.
POLICE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 10 December 1886 [Issue No.15,197] page 4 2019-10-15 20:13 At tho CENTRAL Pol ICE COURT yesterday, Mr. John-
son, S M , disposed of the business on tho £uinmons side
J ian! ¿.du ud lung, li a icspectable-looking man who
was doscnlicd as a cabdnver pleaded guilt j of having
attempted to commit suicido by strangulation lho ovi
donco of John Cunuoeu, tho licensee of tho Victoria Park
Holol, Slophcn and Mvrtlo Blreots, Bhowed that about 8
o'clock on tho previous evening ho was cnllcd to tho kitchen,
where ho found (ho prisonoi seated upon a chair endeavour-
ing to choko himself with a pair of bracos which ho had
twisted tightly aiound his nock Ho HUB pulling the
ends violently, and was BO far strangled that a
eonsideiablotiiiio elapsed bcloro ho recovered consciousness
In admiKing having mudo the attempt to kill himsolf, the
accused stated that a Btrango feeling of " downheartodness,"
which ho had nover o\poi leficed before, suddoulj
carno over bim, m consoquouco of soveral losses of
money and of tho non-receipt of a remittanco which
he it us in tho habit of obtaining from his parents in New
/elland Ho was committed for trial at the ensuing
Quartor Sessions, bail berat allowed-himself in £10 and
two secuntios ot £20 each John Wade, alias taiey, 19,
was sent to gaol for threo months, vv lth hard labour, foi
having no lawful v isiblo moans of support \A ¡bel i lieu eon,
12, labourer, vv an sent to gaol foi a period not to oxceed
12 months, for having noclected to comply with an order of
tho Court in connection with thepaymoutof £1 11s towards
tho support of his child Alctandir Coultei, 11, who had
boon found sloeping in (ho open an, and wandering about
tho Bticets by dav and bj night, was oidered to bo sentón
board tho training ship Vernon Llxzabith M'ïioy,
3o, wits oidered to bo imprisoned for threo months on a
thargo of valiancy John Llaike was committed for trial
on a chargo of having, in compinj with another, stolen
about 10s , and olnor articli s, tlio property of Loah Blako
Bail wIIB allon ed Mow biinj, a Chraeso seller of vege-
tables, was fined 20s with the option of 21 dave' împnson
meut, for having stolen half-a-soveieign, the money of
one John Cole man lho prosecutor, as it appeared in
ovidence, purchased somo cabbages from the accused at
early mornrnp-, m the Belmore Markets, m pay mont for
which no tendered tho coin Tho pii6oncr placed it m
his pocket, and rotumed chango for a shilling or sixpence,
denying having received the hulf-sovoroign Ho deohned
to exhibit the contents of Ins purse but upon being searched
atthohek-up a half-soveioign was found in his pocket in
tho midst of a largo quantity of silver Mi Johnson gay o
lum tho benctit of lion-mcarccration, under section 164 of
the Criminal Law Vet Amendment Act Mr Yates, DSM,
6iit on tho summons side, and dealt with a very largo
number ot unimportant cases At tho instance of Inspector
Oram, 25 casos woro proceeded against for I reaches of by -
huis Richaid Connoi, n cooper, for having threatened
ono \lexundor Cormack, was bound over to keep tho peaco
each The same defendant was ordered to enter into his
own recognisances, to tho extent of £20, to 1 ecp (ho peaco
tow ards ono Georgo Worsley, vv horn ho had also threatened
Mr J M Marsh S M , presided in the Chargo Division
of tho WATER POLICL COURT and hnid a number
of offenders for drunl enncss and disorderly behaviour
¡soy eral cases weio remanded for tho production of further
evidence Mr A M I ishor, DSM, sat in tho Summons
Div îsion, and doilt with a numbor of cases
Mr G Maunsell, DSM, presided in tho NEW TOW \
POLICP COURT S JJeuitt was fined £3, with tho
alternative of ono month's imprisonment for making use of
obsct no language A number of persons were fined in small
amounts for neglecting to register their dogs
At the CENTRAL POLICE COURT yesterday, Mr. John-
son, S.M., disposed of the business on the summons side.
Frank Edward King, 25, a respectable-looking man who
was described as a cabdriver, pleaded guilty of having
attempted to commit suicide by strangulation. The evi-
dence of John Cunneen, the licensee of the Victoria Park
Hotel, Stephen and Myrtle streets, showed that about 8
o'clock on the previous evening he was called to the kitchen,
where he found the prisoner seated upon a chair endeavour-
ing to choke himself with a pair of braces which he had
twisted tightly around his neck. He was pulling the
ends violently, and was so far strangled that a
considerable time elapsed before he recovered consciousness
In admitting having made the attempt to kill himself, the
accused stated that a strange feeling of " downheartedness,"
which he had never experienced before, suddenly
came over him, in consequence of several losses of
money and of the non-receipt of a remittance which
he was in the habit of obtaining from his parents in New
Zealand. He was committed for trial at the ensuing
Quarter Sessions, bail being allowed—himself in £40 and
two securities of £20 each. John Wade, alias Carey, 19,
was sent to gaol for three months, with hard labour, for
having no lawful visible means of support. Albert Hewson,
32, labourer, was sent to gaol for a period not to exceed
12 months, for having neglected to comply with an order of
the Court in connection with the payment of £1 11s towards
tho support of his child. Alexander Coulter, 11, who had
been found sleeping in the open air, and wandering about
the streets by day and by night, was ordered to be sent on
board the training ship Vernon. Elizabeth McEvoy,
35, was ordered to be imprisoned for three months on a
charge of vagrancy. John Clarke was committed for trial
on a charge of having, in company with another, stolen
about 30s., and other articles, the property of Leah Blake.
Bail was allowed. Mow Sing, a Chinese seller of vege-
tables, was fined 20s., with the option of 21 days' imprison-
ment, for having stolen half-a-sovereign, the money of
one John Coleman. The prosecutor, as it appeared in
evidence, purchased some cabbages from the accused at
early morning, in the Belmore Markets, in payment for
which he tendered the coin. The prisoner placed it in
his pocket, and returned change, for a shilling or sixpence,
denying having received the half-sovereign. He declined
to exhibit the contents of his purse, but upon being searched
at the lock-up, a half-sovereign was found in his pocket in
the midst of a large quantity of silver. Mr. Johnson gave
him the benefit of non-incarceration, under section 154 of
the Criminal Law Act Amendment Act. Mr. Yates, D.S.M.,
sat on the summons side, and dealt with a very large
number ot unimportant cases. At the instance of Inspector
Oram, 25 cases were proceeded against for breaches of by-
laws. Richard Connor, a cooper, for having threatened
one Alexander Cormack, was bound over to keep the peace
each. The same defendant was ordered to enter into his
own recognisances, to the extent of £20, to keep the peace
towards one George Worsley, whom he had also threatened.
Mr. J. M. Marsh S.M., presided in the Charge Division
of the WATER POLICE COURT, and had a number
of offenders for drunkenness and disorderly behaviour.
Several cases were remanded for the production of further
evidence. Mr. A. M. Fisher, D.S.M., sat in the Summons
Division, and dealt with a number of cases.
Mr. G. Maunsell, D.S.M., presided in the NEWTOWN
POLICE COURT. S. Hewitt was fined £3, with the
alternative of one month's imprisonment for making use of
obscene language. A number of persons were fined in small
amounts for neglecting to register their dogs.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1913 [Issue No.12,077] page 4 2019-10-10 08:36 ·. Oh, hobu'n our herel are ashiarg , '
i:i b"-hi we think of how you tled;
'To ithlnik :'ou eould enl poautnkuS, uu .
:I, lIc'itro you coUeed your eye,..
• Inserted bo bhin lovlng eleele end aunl,
Il' uaou?1 cle, ?, Bytheway enad famlhy, Youuan
rontli L;ambtoi. ,• ' "
'Ol,'iIAIt,*-l. lovtitg memory of oar dour
i nyhiep , Stanley Oldham, dbhd"Jul'y'1, 101r
lie bado no cnn a net goodhbye ''
0l1 w'vod hi baud to noU?tI,
Pi' "sprlt" dfew 'beorae., we kall
'Ibhat lrom uo he had gnoe,
i:u unarltcd by MrII. und Mrs, Jem? WVit,
fllmna and aIh.tiiy,' LaDItItoa, . bill
01,DtAM.-A tIrlbilto of'love to1 t10 memory
a, 'oto- ,toltr comratde, Vltliain. tanlc,, a'a
cidtfullly tllrld ?ilralonod Conlltly. JUly.
.1:i1 ' ltgod 21 vcrs,.. ... . ' , ,
ftl~il tO aciteult hIni,etil' w'." aiiat blue::
'J , JLep W ltil t atne. Iitrts oeaulrhlor .'
I? Vsq Itio I ruumbf ,oi .uurf/O# ,alloI ? ",
"li'alart "'ltuelal .luo out-n ?out ,•t "
'"n' ' r'i tlrtod, byh hit g omertlo?,d ?hirgun I~arlu
i t r:looteiti .rsciiitoicd atil. A~ucu iolrJ
.... .'',boreivmement noliceo. ..
"'o't 'ti' o:und.t',lgpd, ' ,do'iro tO' l'tdfi' our
I.e'oortiJItot"atAhtNn to bleu.,d, Dalb-,; lIre.
l ,''i..tratton, ?n?. J, 0, Wlllham,; ton iLer.
1ll:,latKo, ntli all Itled Ilatttlo and syuat
,linthlee th atthtlltllon to0 our
niear mutber, in be. late Ithnnio; altt tltota
' 'v/}?/.?ent'..caRdto lelrrer. 'ouo??ao uf. coto
d''dlolnco, ' ettU 0oral00 tltlhOIn ' liOll i' ItO
Iatd". terouoltuluint.--ert ilre Ai. Llhltr
.1J,, lrnd.It, 1t1I0U1attIo'ae'ti, OtlnokiOt, ,1'iW"
Oh, how our hearts are aching,
When we think of how you died;
To think you could not speak to us,
Before you closed your eyes.
Inserted by his loving uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bytheway and family, Young-
road, Lambton.
OLDHAM.—In loving memory of our dear
nephew, Stanley Oldham, died July 17, 1912.
He bade no one a last good-bye,
He waved his hand to none,
His spirit flew before we knew
That from us he had gone.
Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. James Wil-
liams and family, Lambton. 5633
OLDHAM.—A tribute of love to the memory
of our dear comrade, William Stanley, ac-
cidentally killed Wallsend Colliery, July 17,
1912, aged 19 years.
Still we mourn him, still we miss him,
Deep within our hearts enshrined
Lives the memory of our comrade,
Always faithful true and kind.
Inserted by his comrades, Morgan Davies
and Thomas Whitehead, Lambton.
Bereavement Notice.
We, the undersigned, desire to return our
heartfelt THANKS to Mrs. J. Dalby, Mrs.
? Straden, Mrs. J. D. Williams, The Rev.
Mr. Drake, and all kind friends and sym-
pathisers for their kind attention to our
dear mother, in her late illness; also those
who sent cards, letters, messages of con-
dolence, and floral tributes in our late
das bereavement.—Mr. and Mrs. ALBERT
J. MINER, Maitland-street, Stockton. 5652
Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1913 [Issue No.12,077] page 4 2019-10-10 07:55 .,la?onedt'e iv 10ils loving alnaubhtor and gretnd
?u;n Jane, Ocorgle, and John Ilyson, 1irl
:o ;y.Rtretl lerwellr, r 1t630
JACh. lnl lovl memory of our dear grand
T Itlot. tinvld Jck, who.died July 17, 1911:
t 1e 7.. 2 y . m a 1 e.
A hlthough: ills t rled d'ltdea,' u
.tld onurelfe wse canorl se,.
eli thln tile t oJokentll; 'n
;Wo still remember thce,. .
* 'nuertul bI hetla loving' grdand'duhter and
'idt atdenu . Llllan, and t.illhioa hleidfdolt.
•ln..nalnnyl-treot, -Mdrawothor. r 630
ITANTO'iT,--In loving, remenibrnen o" p"ur"
ti .o, ArIce,, nho departed'thi lio
J rly 17 . . . O ' ;
- TIy l bw doill figdu 'n
,e Inverted by, Allcn nd VWilll,'m "llton,
anod famllT. ..
LINeTOTT,-.In", utng e'.remembrence of: our
deari mother, Arlee wahn departed this life
July'T; 17It.. .
c.: ,L afe'inike artus of, Jesue,'
.neeinomd'tdby "Eli.POrturer,,and femily, '
Ol,tllA.\M.-.l lrtlnig memaory'of, rtt dear non
and brotbhs, .William Pamuoln ildham,' who
ra, aeroldenially killed to I telleead Folr'
,lio-" July' 17, .1912; aged 11,yearo •
lit. porfert hlbnll fhe loft bhli home,'
Iont h:nowln'n tht hit time hnd roms;
A' 'uddou dOath upon hin fell,,
Sn time to bid hi' frinndu farewlle i
TotIr cnd came tnddan, brother dear,:•
It moda us oeeo atid sigh,
fltI, nh, It wan luo hard to thln k ,
'bou could not re" geood-byr "
loertcrd hy bin lovtnlg atber,, moher,"
brlethcio and, nolete, Lambtoiu. 6iJ
OLPl'llA,--l.o 'lovlIng memory· of our dear
Sihrothra- onh mau Ibilled at W'alloend Col·
.lilery, July 17,. 119, .
Itt imm, buo't?'day: ince be' bade us sued
lly? leanr full of hope, and his spirit eo
Iluow -little t-' o?oiht, whoen ho left' 1a
" .;that doe' . , , .,
.(ho, grilm ·ha'ndoF deoatl'woul d noon tiae,
V. bhil, away; .
Inserled by bin brotrer, ltier Joe and
T" illlo Oldilaml .of Lamblon, . 1.6
OdltiiAM, l~iorin n and loving momory of lilI
.. dear grodehl d and" nephew, .itanley, who
".wit areldenfallt kilcd In Wu llseed Colliery
,'.Jt? 17- 191' a ;ed" 13 'yearn;'
..';Ne'ided ito us, we loved him 'daar,
', Not' Int?l bU ?o o beicren;','
"Helye. .lth us' Ia moaony scliii,
:, And\ Will for evermoree. ,
itlort- d ler i by' hl ovlovln ,randpor~tl," noed
,unfie, ,lr.ead LIrs, 16. 1) Inatlar., L1amblo.,
OLtIfAp.--In read ano. loving milnory of our
e '. .nre, no, l-otey,' wbnteo Was?eldenlitny
- "Kfllld In Well 'endud "lltry Juaiy 17 ullr;
'.:a oil1 :'-e'ba ... .... '
Inserted by his loving daughter and grand-
sons, Jane, Georgie, and John Dyson, Rail-
way-street, Merewether. 5630
JACK.—In loving memory of our dear grand-
father, David, Jack, who died July 17, 1911:
aged 70 years.
Although this world divides us,
And your face we cannot see,
Let this little token tell,
We still remember thee.
Inserted by his loving granddaughter and
grandson, Lillian and William Sneddon,
Railway-street, Merewether. 5630
LINTOTT.—In loving remembrance of our
dear mother, Avice, who departed this
July 17, 1902.
Thy will be done.
Inserted by Alice and William Wilson,
and family.
LINTOTT.—In loving remembrance of our
dear mother, Avice, who departed this life
July 17, 1902.
Safe in the arms of Jesus.
Inserted by Eliza Porter and family.
OLDHAM.—In loving memory of our dear son
and brother, William Stanley Oldham, who
was accidentally killed in Wallsend Col-
liery July 17, 1912; aged 19 years.
In perfect health he left his home,
Not knowing that his time had come;
A sudden death upon him fell,
No time to bid his friends farewell.
Your end came sudden, brother dear,
It made us weep and sigh,
But, oh, it was so hard to think,
You could not say good-bye.
Inserted by his loving father, mother,
brothers and sisters, Lambton. 5633
OLDHAM.—In loving memory of our dear
brother, who was killed at Wallsend Col·
liery, July 17, 1912.
It seems but a day since he bade us good-
bye,
His heart full of hope, and his spirit so
high,
How little we thought, when he left us
that day,
The grim hand of death would soon tear
him away.
Inserted by his brother, sister, Joe and
Tillie Oldham, of Lambton. 5633
OLDHAM.—In sad and loving memory of our
dear grandchild and nephew, Stanley, who
was accidentally killed in Wallsend Colliery
July 17, 1912, aged 19 years.
Not dead to is, we loved him dear,
Not lost, but gone before;
He lives with us in memory still,
And will for evermore.
Inserted by his loving grandparents, and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. S. Williams, Lambton.
OLDHAM.—In sad and loving memory of our
dear nephew, Stanley, who was accidentally
killed in Wallsend Colliery July 17, 1912;
aged 19 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1913 [Issue No.12,077] page 4 2019-10-09 17:44 care,
" ion thini i"th wooed. i' heed,
"llt t c v.1rnnet.mfe the sorreow
'ti?ae t within our hearlsor. nelcd, "
'inpetd h by . b 10 lovin, null and ddugh
tor-in-law, and greatdehlldreli, i'romno, nod
f va Jcl, and fAlily,' ?dierewether. ili
nAC7(.-l lo iral. menlor?"of our dear fathor
od ".orlitllkhrr Davtid. Jr:'k, W.a ho did
July J1,7 111' aged d0 yeara. .
,ltlir orrw'tle 'groat cur losee hrd tobh?r.
od kibw' wo ha e oe loet, - good ,fatbr'
3 \'i miNc hbm Od ,uouinn him in' e.inee
a"tinedan o b-'n, r a, , .. ..
Alld dwell ton th ·mmerlol oF dayn that
,. ha b.o d bete ,: . ... , , •
care;
We miss him and mourn him in silence
unseen,
And dwell on the memories of days that
have been.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1913 [Issue No.12,077] page 4 2019-10-09 16:28 heerrslge. TO[rtOIs, L'csth, at d :e Otemonlr
* not exceeding 15 word. -s each insertion.
cash: Iaetly. etc., extran. (All EdvarUlee
mentl must be auithenlicated by some per.or
known t Ihe 'sece.),
In Memoriam,
ontoo l Doy'le, died tO NeectileI lies
r'i:al luly ITi, 111. ia hle 1lh yelr.
I.nertid be h l!e. 'rrloring ftrlher no.1
onlhhr.h brothero aind eillrrl. .onme and
Alhc I)elot, and Family:, Broadmeainw.
It~r..fIy.--ll 'lorin? memorn o oar rhear
1lrothret old briibcr-in-law. llopb Hoh lme.
jonirlr. oho (ied Io Newrca.le lorpitoal lily
ii, .i9, a ecd Si year:.
'Eenr rOmeilbocredl
..iy hi'? loring brother (lid ioter i-hu-im,
Coltu l ,anr Etrlh llolmru, 1nd 1famllil.
Ilolmesville. , 16
JyIp'lt.--In .loring mrmorY "of mr' delr tather,
"ftvld ,lark. onho doparled' th11 liFa July 17,
1.!,; afed 70 ,,ar?.
It'o .o.iu?t'tO yur. ago. to~day
Since In" dor "fotbor .imaged away:
l'nt 'gone from melor)1',.not Hone from love,
: ilt gone toi bettotr hrnt' above, .
Ilnoried. by his loving' daugaeehio od nun,
it,;,bcllo and Johu Worroll, groodme-doi.
Jri'll.-l0"oae but loving, memory of loue
he.r fother and ranodlatbhr, who died al
oeWcaistle' July 7 151, ll; aged 70 venra.
itlli. we mourn hilm, "slif we misc hl? ,
. o Iop, 'itbin' our 'aho rto eoehriaed.
A.IvES (tbo memory or our father,
.Alwayo, falthful, Iruo ted kind.,
'no otq knows 'hoew much we mic him,
Al erv thist'h wonrld dis' as s,
Marriages, Births, Deaths, and In Memoriam
not exceeding 35 words, 2s each insertion.
cash: poetry, etc., extra. (All advertise-
ments must be authenticated by some person
known to the office.)
In Memoriam.
DOYLE.—In sad but loving memory of
James DOyle, died in Newcastle Hos-
pital, July 17, 1911, in his 18th year.
R.I.P.
Inserted by his everloving father and
mother, brothers and sisters, James and
Alice Doyle, and family, Broadmeadow.
HOLMES.—In loving memory of our dear
brother and brother-in-law, Joseph Holmes,
junior, who died in Newcastle Hospital, July
17, 1898, ages 26 years.
Ever remembered
By his living brother and sister-in-law,
Samuel and Sarah Holmes, and family,
Holmesville. 3652
JACK.—In loving memory of my dear father,
David Jack, who departed this life July 17,
1911, aged 70 years.
It's just two years ago to-day
Since my dear father passed away:
Not gone from memory, not gone from love,
But gone to a better home above.
inserted by his loving daughter and son,
Isabelle and John Worrell, Broadmeadow.
JACK.—In sad but loving memory of our
dear father and grandfather, who died at
Newcastle July 7, 1911; aged 70 years.
Still we mourn him, still we miss him,
Deep within our hearts enshrined,
Lives the memory of our father,
Always faithful, true and kind.
No one knows how much we miss him,
Many think the wound is healed,
But they cannot feel the sorrow
Deep within our hearts concealed.
Inserted by his loving son and daugh-
ter-in-law, and grandchildren, Thomas and
Eva Jack and family, Merewether. 5598
JACK.—In loving memory of our dear father
and grandfather, David Jack, who died
July 17, 1911; aged 70 years.
Our sorrow is great, our loss hard to bear,
God knows, we have lost a good father's
care,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Monday 26 October 1903 [Issue No.7608] page 10 2019-10-09 14:11 kindly Invited t" attend hia Fmieral. winch will
move Irom his eon's reridence. N". 12 Foy-etria t. B-dmain.
TIMS (MONDAY; AFTERNOON, at 2 s'JsA, Rr tho
WOOD ami COMPANY Furvnil Dirwtore elf.,
AVOoli and fOMIWNY. funeral Dircctois, etc.,
Sydney and Suhuvlw. _T. i. 72ii,_ etc.
wood, are rraiH-e -inilly invitt rl to attend tin; I'unt-
i"i! of hi-, flearJv belovcit lather; to mow from lus son s
residvn"\ Turramuru, '«t 3 "Mock THIS AFTERNOON,
FULTON HAMILTON are kindly informed, that In,.
Furcril will Jeavc his lata n sideucc, "Jtcrmcc, loanc-
Direct, Summer-hilt, THIS MONDAY, at 2 o't-lock, Er
I'lidertakf r, Burwnod.
TON, of Burwood, are kiadlv inforuied Unit tho
Itinera I of bis Udov.il brother, Thomas Fulton Hamil-
ton will leave his lale rcMtlciu-r . . MJcrmee, Sloame
ptrc'et, Summer-hill, 'J'lllS BAY (MONDAA.), at.—o Clock,
are Icimlly infornini that the rmuaal of Ins brolher-
in-law, Mr. Thomas Fulton Hamilton, will leave his brio
residcr.ee, "Bernicc," bloano-siicct, hiumner-hili I IUS
3>AY (MOXDAY) at 2 o'clock, for the Waverley Ceme-
HOPPING are kindly iuviU d to iiltmal the 1- uncial
of their beloved infant son, Leslie; to move .Ivi! v v?
xesitlence, Klng's-road, l ive Dock, illlo (.MUM)A\)
ATTJiBNOON, at 1.45, for Necropolis.
T. CKWFOKD.
Ciideriaker Burwood.
FAMILY (late of Paddington) are resjiecl fully in-
vitrei to attend the Funeial of Ihcir hrie dearly loved
husband and father; .to have bis late residence, lb> Dar
ling-street, Balinain, THIS DAi » nt 2..j0, for Jt.C.
COI'T'JLI, and cikMPAM. Balmain, North Kyd-
MURRAY are kindly invited to attend the I nn, -nil
(rom their residence, .Sydney-sired. Mamrkville, I His
MONDAY, nt 1.80 p.m., lor Newiuwn fetation, thence to
Mr?. J'. K1RI1V and SON, Undertakers, 7 Kliza-
iK'tliodreet. jmd 1 13 Miller-?t.. N. B.vd. Tel. 873.
to leave Svdae.v-slrcet, .Marrickville, THIS MONDAY, at
1.30 p.to.,- lor the Necropolis.
Mr?. 3'. lvIUBY and KON, Undertakers,
61 Da! lingbursl-road.
WILLIAM STONE are kindly invited to attend, the
Funeral of iter late beloved husband, Charles William,
which will leave Iter icridcwc. 16 Kt. Aadrcw's-slreet,
Balmain, THIS (MONDAY) AFTHI1NOON, at 1 o'clock,
lor the Necropolis, via Mortuary Station, Sydney.
Sydney and 'Suburbs. Tel. 726, etc.
(w; O O D AND colli' A N X,
L' ! One of (be Oldest Established ami leading
Businesses iu the line, who conduct
I'ffRST-GRADE FUNERAL WORK (only),
with Jb:a-sonublc Charges.
The First Certificated Kmlnlmora in N.S.W., ami the
most experienced FUNKlt.\Jj i)l UliCl'uBS iu this iStatc.
3IJ3AD OFFICE — 810 (Jeorge-slrect, CITY.
3i\fc5T BBAXCII— 83 Oxford-street. OITV.
BltANOIlKS— A lij .SUBL'iCBS. Tel. 726, etc.
COFPILL AND G O lil P. A N Y,
DEDUCE rUNEBAL CIlAItGES
TIIE LEADING UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER3,
Central Oflice: 812 Georgc-st. Tel. 424, etc.
trrj. X. BULL
(yVi UNDERTAKER 3SMBALSIER.
In all work satisfaction is guaranteed, lliug up for
repvcfccntative lo attend.
Head Office, JlU King-st., Newtown; Bulmain, opp. Rozello
l'.O. ; Mjirriclrville, opp. St; Clement'® Chur.ih.
Telephoues: 9 Newtown, 44 Balinaiu, 868 Peter-
fliom.
(PERSONAL AXTL 3H1SSING 3PBIEKD&
Trepaid Advts.— 2 lines, Gd; 3 lines, 3/; 4 lines, Vi
' and thereafter fid per line.
/ waiting you nt Sydney Daily Telegraph Office. Please
calljor it.J
Strand, went to Mellfourne in 3875 to join a Mr.
Harry Hulkes, last heard from in 18S5. Sister Nell
Ireland, about 32 years ago, und at one time kept
' Mother seeks news ofjon/
KEYMER, JEREMIAH, svas in Melbourne about 5
Jf\ yours ago May now be in Sydney. Niece Polly
1934 for Sydney. Last heard from at Orange,
nVTATRIMONY.— Widow lady (36), no encum., good
!XtjL bome, dcg. acq. 1EO. gent. _Luda, G.PA)., Sydnye.
NORTHCOTE, CHARLES, of Feltham Middlesex,
Eng., was on the ship Rivis and went to Calcutta
IX 1)0 in X.S.W. now. Faflier and bifcteis Annie and
view Matrimony, 7>liotots oxc-h. M.S., Ncwloum 3 .O-
nTTTOKKlNGVAN (89), fair dey. Oorres. steady woman,
fVV Prot., riew Matrimony. J.C., Daily Tdegrapb.
VOUNG Gent, wirticw imot young lady (20), view Matn-
I X inony, iffiotoa exchanges. B.L., Ashfield P.O.
COOKE'S" Detect i ve nnd CJmnccry Offices. 326 Phillip-st.
Sydney. — Tcstini onials from Judge® and Police.
' Further Particular® at "Daily Telegraph" Office.
kindly Invited to attend his Funeral, which will
move from his son's residence, No. 12 Foy-street, Balmain,
THIS (MONDAY) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for the
WOOD and COMPANY, Funeral Directors, etc.,
WOOD and COMPANY, Funeral Directors, etc.,
Sydney and Suburbs. Tel. 726, etc.
wood, are respectfully invited to attend the Fune-
ral of his dearly beloved father; to move from his son's
residence, Turramurra, at 3 o'clock THIS AFTERNOON,
FULTON HAMILTON are kindly informed, that his
Funeral will leave his late residence, "Bernice," Sloane-
street, Summer-hill, THIS MONDAY, at 2 o'clock, for
Undertaker, Burwood.
TON, of Burwood, are kindly informed that the
Funeral of his beloved brother, Thomas Fulton Hamil-
ton will leave his late residence, "Bernice," Sloane-
street, Summer-hill, 'THIS DAY (MONDAY), at 2 o'clock,
are kindly informed that the funeral of his brother-
in-law, Mr. Thomas Fulton Hamilton, will leave his late
residence, "Bernice," Sloane-street, Summer-hill, THIS
DAY (MONDAY) at 2 o'clock, for the Waverley Ceme-
HOPPING are kindly invited to attend the Funeral
of their beloved infant son, Leslie; to move from their
residence, King's-road, Five Dock, THIS (MONDAY)
AFTERNOON, at 1.45, for Necropolis.
T. CRISFORD.
Undertaker, Burwood.
FAMILY (late of Paddington) are respectfully in-
vited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly loved
husband and father; to have his late residence, 413 Dar-
ling-street, Balmain, THIS DAY, at 2.30, for R.C.
COFFILL and COMPANY, Balmain, North Syd-
MURRAY are kindly invited to attend the Funeral
from their residence, Sydney-street, Marrickville, THIS
MONDAY, at 1.30 p.m., for Newtown Station, thence to
Mrs. P. KIRBY and SON, Undertakers, 7 Eliza-
beth-street, and 113 Miller-st., N. Syd. Tel. 875.
to leave Sydney-street, Marrickville, THIS MONDAY, at
1.30 p.m., for the Necropolis.
Mrs. P. KIRBY and SON, Undertakers,
51 Darlinghurst-road.
WILLIAM STONE are kindly invited to attend the
Funeral of her late beloved husband, Charles William,
which will leave her residence, 16 St. Andrew's-street,
Balmain, THIS (MONDAY) AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock,
for the Necropolis, via Mortuary Station, Sydney.
Sydney and Suburbs. Tel. 726, etc.
WOOD AND COMPANY,
One of the Oldest Established and Leading
Businesses in the line, who conduct
FIRST-GRADE FUNERAL WORK (only),
with Reasonable Charges.
The First Certificated Embalmers in N.S.W., and the
most experienced FUNERAL DIRECTORS in this State.
HEAD OFFICE—810 George-street, CITY.
EAST BRANCH—82 Oxford-street, CITY.
BRANCHES—ALL SUBURBS. Tel. 726, etc.
COFFILL AND COMPANY.
REDUCE FUNERAL CHARGES
THE LEADING UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
Central Office: 812 George-st. Tel. 424, etc.
W. N. BULL
UNDERTAKER — EMBALMER.
In all work satisfaction is guaranteed. Ring up for
representative to attend.
Head Office, 164 King-st., Newtown; Balmain, opp. Rozelle
P.O. ; Marrickville, opp. St. Clement's Church.
Telephones: 9 Newtown, 44 Balmain, 368 Peter-
sham.
(PERSONAL AND MISSING FRIENDS.
Prepaid Advts.—2 lines, 6d; 3 lines, 1/; 4 lines, 2/;
and thereafter 6d per line.
waiting you at Sydney Daily Telegraph Office. Please
call for it.*
Strand, went to Melbourne in 1875 to join a Mr.
Harry Hulkes, last heard from in 1885. Sister Nell
Ireland, about 32 years ago, and at one time kept
Mother seeks news of you.*
KEYMER, JEREMIAH, was in Melbourne about 5
years ago. May now be in Sydney. Niece Polly
1834 for Sydney. Last heard from at Orange,
MATRIMONY.—Widow lady (36), no encum., good
home, des. acq. R.C. gent. Luda, G.P.O., Sydnye.
NORTHCOTE, CHARLES, of Feltham, Middlesex,
Eng., was on the ship Rivis, and went to Calcutta
be in N.S.W. now. Father and sisters Annie and
view Matrimony, photos exch. M.S., Newtown P.O.
WORKINGMAN (39), fair des. Corres. steady woman,
Prot., view Matrimony. J.C., Daily Telegraph.
YOUNG Gent, wishes meet young lady (20), view Matri-
mony, photos exchanges. B.L., Ashfield P.O.
COOKE'S Detective and Chancery Offices, 126 Phillip-st.,
Sydney.—Testimonials from Judges and Police.
* Further Particulars at "Daily Telegraph" Office.
Advertising (Advertising), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Wednesday 11 March 1925 [Issue No.15,103] page 8 2019-10-07 19:25 PATTERSON. - Relatives and
VICTOR PATTERSON are respect
PATTERSON. - Relatives and
friends of Mrs. ELIZA HADLEY.
daughter and sister, OLIVE MERINDA
PATTERSON. - Relatives and
ROXBY.-Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. P. ROXBY are invited to attend tho
ROXBY: To move from his late residence,
Hamlton, THIS AFTERNOON, at 2.15
Director. 2223
ROXBY. Relatives and Frieonds of
father-in-law,. PETER ROXBY: To move
NOON at 2.15, for Presbyterian Ceme
ROXBY.-Relatives and Friends of
"To move from his late residence, Ex
ROXBY.-Relatives and Friends of
and Mrs. GEORGE SIMS. Mrs. HARRY
HAY are Invited to attend the Funeral
of 'their beloved lyrother-in-law, PETER
ROXBY: To move from. his late rest
donce,' Exchange Hotel, Denison-st,
Hiamilton, THIS AFTERNOON at 2.15
LODGE STAR IN THE MAST, Na. 160
" I.G.L OF N.S.W.
ROXBY.-Brethren of the above and
residence, Exchange Hotel, Deonison-st.,
W. E. MOSELEY, W.Sl.
2224 H. A. OATES, See.
U.G.t OF N.S.W.
ROXBY.-Brethren fat the above and
elter lodges are requested to attend'the
ROXBY: To move from his late resl
denece, Exchange Hotel, Denisoan-st.,
Hamilton, THIS AFTERNOON at 2.1,
'W. C. MASKELL, W.M.
2225 T. SNEDDON, 'See,
ROXBY.-Officers and Memblers of the
ahbove Lodge are requested to attend the
funeral of Bro. P. ROXBIY: To leave his
Denison-street, IHamilton, at 2.15 o'clock,
f(or Saundgate Cemetery.
Rt. W. PENMAN, N.G.
36,5 R.E. LEE, F.S.
JAMES ,MURRAY,
PATTERSON.—Relatives and
VICTOR PATTERSON are respect-
PATTERSON.—Relatives and
friends of Mrs. ELIZA HADLEY,
daughter and sister, OLIVE MERIN-
DA PATTERSON: To move from St.
PATTERSON.—Relatives and
ROXBY.—Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. P. ROXBY are invited to attend the
ROXBY: To move from his late resi-
dence, Exchange Hotel, Denison-st.,
st., Hamiton, THIS AFTERNOON, at 2.15
Director.. 2223
ROXBY.—Relatives and Friends of
father-in-law, PETER ROXBY: To move
NOON at 2.15, for Presbyterian Ceme-
ROXBY.—Relatives and Friends of
To move from his late residence, Ex-
ROXBY.—Relatives and Friends of
and Mrs. GEORGE SIMS, Mrs. HARRY
HAY are invited to attend the Funeral
of their beloved brother-in-law, PETER
ROXBY: To move from his late resi-
dence, Exchange Hotel, Denison-st.,
Hamilton, THIS AFTERNOON at 2.15
LODGE STAR IN THE EAST, No. 160
U.G.L OF N.S.W.
ROXBY.—Brethren of the above and
residence, Exchange Hotel, Denison-st.,
W. E. MOSELEY, W.M.
2224 H. A. OATES, Sec.
U.G.L. OF N.S.W.
ROXBY.—Brethren of the above and
sister lodges are requested to attend the
ROXBY: To move from his late resi-
dence, Exchange Hotel, Denisan-st.,
Hamilton, THIS AFTERNOON at 2.15,
W. C. MASKELL, W.M.
2225 T. SNEDDON, Sec.
ROXBY.—Officers and Members of the
above Lodge are requested to attend the
funeral of Bro. P. ROXBY: To leave his
Denison-street, Hamilton, at 2.15 o'clock,
for Sandgate Cemetery.
R. W. PENMAN, N.G.
3635 R.E. LEE, F.S.
JAMES MURRAY,

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    The Newcastle Industrial School and Newcastle Reformatory were separate schools established in Newcastle, NSW, after the passing of the Act for the Relief of Destitute Children in 1866. The Industrial School admitted girls between 31 August 1867, and April 1871. The Newcastle Reformatory admitted girls from January 1869. Both schools transferred to Biloela in May 1871. Those girls not apprenticed or returned to their families before 25 May 1871, were transferred to Cockatoo Island. In 1887 Biloela Industrial School was moved to Parramatta. About half the girls admitted to Newcastle and about half came from across NSW. Almost all the girls admitted were born in NSW and a very large number were children of convicts. About half the girls were born before 1856 and because they were not baptised as babies, do not appear on the NSW BDM index until they married or died.

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