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1 JohnWarren 5,830,241
2 noelwoodhouse 3,926,602
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,334,317
5 Rhonda.M 3,146,473
...
917 MOldham 46,872
918 BethMcLaren 46,833
919 craigeh 46,778
920 tilly287 46,721
921 June.Burrowes 46,700
922 klaude 46,561

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November 2019 272
August 2019 203
June 2019 443
April 2019 946
March 2019 450
February 2019 16
January 2019 1,320
November 2018 466
October 2018 645
August 2018 1,966
July 2018 71
June 2018 952
May 2018 422
March 2018 1,181
February 2018 324
December 2017 39
November 2017 142
October 2017 109
September 2017 1,606
August 2017 1,081
July 2017 508
March 2017 74
January 2017 58
November 2016 126
September 2016 181
August 2016 21
May 2016 554
April 2016 382
March 2016 2,476
February 2016 7,495
January 2016 5,604
December 2015 7,842
November 2015 6,420
October 2015 474
April 2015 172
January 2015 180
December 2014 1,500

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,830,039
2 noelwoodhouse 3,926,602
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,334,296
5 Rhonda.M 3,146,460
...
917 craigeh 46,778
918 June.Burrowes 46,700
919 klaude 46,561
920 tilly287 46,533
921 poves 46,454
922 irwin6 46,431

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Corrections by month

November 2019 272
August 2019 203
June 2019 443
April 2019 802
March 2019 450
February 2019 2
January 2019 1,294
November 2018 466
October 2018 645
August 2018 1,966
July 2018 71
June 2018 952
May 2018 422
March 2018 1,181
February 2018 324
December 2017 39
November 2017 142
October 2017 109
September 2017 1,606
August 2017 1,081
July 2017 508
March 2017 74
January 2017 58
November 2016 126
September 2016 181
August 2016 21
May 2016 554
April 2016 378
March 2016 2,476
February 2016 7,495
January 2016 5,604
December 2015 7,842
November 2015 6,420
October 2015 474
April 2015 172
January 2015 180
December 2014 1,500

Hall o' fame ranking

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1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 135,444
3 mickbrook 111,521
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,528
...
256 sharon.nunn 192
257 ainsworthscrivenmcdonald 188
258 infofamily 188
259 tilly287 188
260 LGH12 187
261 historyhound 186

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February 2019 14
January 2019 26
April 2016 4


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BROWN—HENDERSON (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 9 January 1941 [Issue No.20,047] page 2 2019-11-10 12:59 I. Mrs. Lidstone Adams, formerly Miss Marguerite Ports, of ?Varatah. (Howard Harris.) 2. Mrs. George Unsted,
who was Miss J. Goman, of- 'lalcha. (Evalyn Mellor.)
BROWN-.HENDERSON
by Misi Jean Henderson for her marriage
at St. Peter's Church of England. Hamilton,
with Mr. Richard Brown. 'one bride is the
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hender
Is the eldest son of Mr. and hMrs. J. brown,
of Hamilton South. Rev. B. Geary officiated.&
The bride's gown had fine pen-tucks trim
puffed, and the dull skirt was finished wlth
of dahlias and lilies o0 the valley. bliss
Margaret Nesbltt. cousin of the bride, was
bridesmaid. Her gown of pink shadow
square neckline. A wide sash trimmed tfle
waistline. A halo of pick flowers held her
of pink dahlias and roses. her. Jack Brown,
FREEMAN--LAVERICK
of Miss Finetta Laverlck, only child of Mr.
and hMrs. W. Laverlck, of Adamstown, and
hor. John Freeman, eldest son of Mr. and
hors. T. Freeman, of Adamstown, at Adams
a frock of heaven blue satln-bacted crepe
accessories and a shoulder spray of fraigl
pannl and stephanoets. Miss Sylvia Freeman,
accessories, and a shoulder spray of plng
roses and blue delphiniums. Mr. George
O'CONNOR-NOLAN
Nolan, only daughter of hcr. and hors. P.
Nolan, of Collarencbrl, and Mr. Reginald
O'Connor, third soi1 of hTrs. E. O'Connor,
chose a gown ot ivory embossed satin, with
shirring trimming the shouloer-line and hign
oraped neckline. The flared skirt formed a
train, over which lell a tiered-cut tulle veil,
She carried a bouquet of frangipanni. Biss
Margaret O'Connor was brlaesmald. Her
roses, and she carried a bouquet of gladloli,
roses and blue delphinlums. Mr. J. O'Connor
by Miss Joyce Tollis, only daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. T. Toalls of Sandgate. for her
marriage at St. Andrew's Church of Englanid,
Mayfleld, with Mr. K. Eastman, son of Mr.
and hors. K. Eastman, of Mayfield. Canon
E. J. Withycombe officiated. The bride'O
gown featured a hooped skirt, over whiclh
ieli a net veil worn with a cluster of irangi
Ilowers. Miss Joyce 'Wilton, who was brides
ADAMS-POTTS
The marriage was celebrated at htayfield
daughter of Mr. and hMrs. L. J. Potts. of
Warathb. and Mr. Ldstone Adams, son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. Adams. of Black Hill. Rev.
a train. Her veil was embroidered with
same flowers. She carried a bouquet of
franglpanni. Misses Mary and Marloris
bououets were of gladloli, carnations and del
phinlums. Margaret tead, who was flower
girl. was also Crocked in blue lace and wore
basket of carnations and delohinlums. Mr.
., Potts was best man and Mr. J. Pottl
MADDEN--LEE
All Saints' Church of England, New Lamnb
bils MarJory Janetta Lee, daughter of MIr.
Mrs. N. L. Madden, of New Lambton. 1ev.
endant.s Her veil of embroidered and cut
worn with a halo of orange blos
of gardenias and franglpannl. Mrs. J.
honoulr, and Misses Jean Lee and Evelyn
in green, lemon 'and pink organza, and car
ried bouquets of flowers to tone. Jack Len
not. who was page boy, wore a white satin
"suit with a lace blouse. Betty Granter
was flower girl. Mr. R. Mladden was best
SUTHERLAND--BRYANT
The marriage was celebrated at St. An
Bar Beach, and Mr. Colin Harding Suther
of Hamilton. Canon E. J. Wlthycombe offl
clated. The bride chose a gown of white
French tulle over moire taffeta. Her three
of frongipanni. The heart-shaped brooch
Misses Iris Taylor and Thelma hlathews, who
sashes. They added white tulle picture hats
red gerberas and' arnatlons. Mr. J. Suther
'land was best man, and Mr. B. Mayers was
THOMAS-.SKEWES
the wedding of Miss Dorothy Skewes. third
Mlrs. F. R. Thomas, of Islington. Rev.
the bodice and hinline. She added white
secessories and carried a bouquet of franl
pann1. Miss Ella Skewes, sister of the bride.
toade on similar lines to the, bride's, and
she carried a bouquet of pink gadioli. Mc
UNSTED--COTTERILL
Hev. H. Cosier oficiated at the wedding
lf Miss Dora Cotterill, daughter of Mr. and
Irs. C. E. Cotterlll, of Boolaroo, and Mr.
Deorge Unsted, son of Mrs. E. Unsted and
the late Mr. Unsted, of Islington. at New
aowned in magnolia satin, with a tucked
train. Her embroidered tulle veil was leld.
and she carried a bouquet of frenglpanni.
MIrs. C. J. Thomson was matron of honour.
snd Misses Jean Stewart and Una Cotterill
pink and green marictte. with shirred cor
yoke bonnets and tarried bouquets of gladioli.
roses and carnations. Mr. L. Unsted was best
• .ere groomsmen.
CARNLEY-FLYNN
ior the wedding of Miss Roma Joyce Flynn,
:oungest daoighter of Mrs. M. Flynn and the
late Mr. H. Flynn, of Islington. and Mr. Ed
ward Carnley, youngest son of the late MIr.
and Mrs. Carnley, of Witkiham. Rev. A. -J.
Dould officiated. The bride chose a frock
of moontide bloc Miami crepe, worn with
white accessories. Her posy was of frangi
pannl. Mrs. B. Mitchell, sister of the bride,
slflax was trimmed with bands of green
uccessories. Her shoulder spray was oa
salmon-colouredi gladioli. Mr. W. J. Mit
GUNN-BROWN
A blue romaine frock trimmed with shnb
ring was woern by Miss Marie Elizabeth
rown, second eldent daughter of Mr. and
Henry Peter Gunn, only son of the late her.
and Mrs. Gunn. of Cooma. Rev. Father
Surke officiated at the ceremony at the
Sacred Heart Church. Hamilton. The bride
ndded a shoulder spray of autumn-toned
worn with black accessories. Miss Rene Syl
sester, who was bridesmaid. was in a fling
match the spray she wore on her purpe.
WHEATLEY--CONNERS
Rev. E. S. Robinson officiatad nt the mar
ar. E. J. Conners. and Frank, only son
af Mrs. Wheatley, of Lockyer-street, Adams
town, at St. John's Church, Clereneetown.
The long train tell trom box pteats at the
svaist, and glimmered under the tulle veil
which was held with a. pleated halo to her
hair. The bouquet oF frangipanni was inter
sister of the bridegroom. Their trocks were
af leaf green blistered and embossed cloque,
scorn with maroon accessaries. Two nieces,
Yvonne and Maureen Barry,.were flower
girls,,in dainty sheer green .frocks with full
akirts and frilled bodices. They carried
bridegroom was attended by -Mr. Jack Pike
1. Mrs. Lidstone Adams, formerly Miss Marguerite Potts, of Waratah. (Howard Harris.) 2. Mrs. George Unsted,
who was Miss J. Goman, of Walcha. (Evalyn Mellor.)
BROWN — HENDERSON
by Miss Jean Henderson for her marriage
at St. Peter's Church of England, Hamilton,
with Mr. Richard Brown. The bride is the
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hender-
is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown,
of Hamilton South. Rev. B. Geary officiated.
The bride's gown had fine pin-tucks trim-
puffed, and the full skirt was finished with
of dahlias and lilies of the valley. Miss
Margaret Nesbltt, cousin of the bride, was
bridesmaid. Her gown of pink shadow-
square neckline. A wide sash trimmed the
waistline. A halo of pink flowers held her
of pink dahlias and roses. Mr. Jack Brown,
FREEMAN — LAVERICK
of Miss Finetta Laverick, only child of Mr.
and Mrs. W. Laverick, of Adamstown, and
Mr. John Freeman, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. Freeman, of Adamstown, at Adams-
a frock of heaven blue satin-backed crepe
accessories and a shoulder spray of fraigi-
panni and stephanotis. Miss Sylvia Freeman,
accessories, and a shoulder spray of pink
roses and blue delphiniums. Mr. George
O'CONNOR — NOLAN
Nolan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Nolan, of Collarenebri, and Mr. Reginald
O'Connor, third son of Mrs. E. O'Connor,
chose a gown of ivory embossed satin, with
shirring trimming the shoulder-line and high
draped neckline. The flared skirt formed a
train, over which fell a tiered-cut tulle veil,
She carried a bouquet of frangipanni. Miss
Margaret O'Connor was bridesmaid. Her
roses, and she carried a bouquet of gladioli,
roses and blue delphiniums. Mr. J. O'Connor
by Miss Joyce Tollis, only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. Tollis of Sandgate, for her
marriage at St. Andrew's Church of England,
Mayfield, with Mr. K. Eastman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. K. Eastman, of Mayfield. Canon
E. J. Withycombe officiated. The bride's
gown featured a hooped skirt, over which
fell a net veil worn with a cluster of frangi-
flowers. Miss Joyce Wilton, who was brides-
man.
ADAMS — POTTS
The marriage was celebrated at Mayfield
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Potts. of
Waratha and Mr. Lidstone Adams, son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. Adams, of Black Hill. Rev.
a train. Her veil was embroidered with
same flowers. She carried a bouquet of
frangipanni. Misses Mary and Mariorie
bouquets were of gladioli, carnations and del-
phiniums. Margaret Mead, who was flower
girl, was also frocked in blue lace and wore
basket of carnations and delphiniums. Mr.
E. Potts was best man and Mr. J. Potts
was groomsman.
MADDEN — LEE
All Saints' Church of England, New Lamb-
Miss Marjory Janetta Lee, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. N. L. Madden, of New Lambton. Rev.
pendant. Her veil of embroidered and cut
tulle was worn with a halo of orange blos-
of gardenias and frangipanni. Mrs. J.
honour, and Misses Jean Lee and Evelyn
in green, lemon and pink organza, and car-
ried bouquets of flowers to tone. Jack Len-
nox who was page boy, wore a white satin
suit with a lace blouse. Betty Granter
was flower girl. Mr. R. Madden was best
SUTHERLAND — BRYANT
The marriage was celebrated at St. An-
Bar Beach, and Mr. Colin Harding Suther-
of Hamilton. Canon E. J. Wlthycombe offi-
ciated. The bride chose a gown of white
French tulle over moire taffeta. Her three
of frangipanni. The heart-shaped brooch
Misses Iris Taylor and Thelma Mathews, who
sashes. They added white tulle picture hats
red gerberas and carnations. Mr. J. Suther-
land was best man, and Mr. B. Mayers was
THOMAS — SKEWES
the wedding of Miss Dorothy Skewes, third
Mrs. F. R. Thomas, of Islington. Rev.
the bodice and hipline. She added white
accessories and carried a bouquet of frani-
panni. Miss Ella Skewes, sister of the bride,
made on similar lines to the bride's, and
she carried a bouquet of pink gadioli. Mr.
UNSTED — COTTERILL
Rev. H. Cosier oficiated at the wedding
of Miss Dora Cotterill, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Cotterill, of Boolaroo, and Mr.
George Unsted, son of Mrs. E. Unsted and
the late Mr. Unsted, of Islington, at New
gowned in magnolia satin, with a tucked
train. Her embroidered tulle veil was held
and she carried a bouquet of frangipanni.
Mrs. C. J. Thomson was matron of honour,
and Misses Jean Stewart and Una Cotterill
pink and green mariette, with shirred cor-
poke bonnets and carried bouquets of gladioli.
roses and carnations. Mr. L. Unsted was best
were groomsmen.
CARNLEY — FLYNN
for the wedding of Miss Roma Joyce Flynn,
youngest daughter of Mrs. M. Flynn and the
late Mr. H. Flynn, of Islington. and Mr. Ed-
ward Carnley, youngest son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Carnley, of Wickham. Rev. A. J.
Gould officiated. The bride chose a frock
of moontide blue Miami crepe, worn with
white accessories. Her posy was of frangi-
panni. Mrs. B. Mitchell, sister of the bride,
silflax was trimmed with bands of green
accessories. Her shoulder spray was of
salmon-coloured gladioli. Mr. W.J. Mit-
GUNN — BROWN
A blue romaine frock trimmed with shir-
ring was worn by Miss Marie Elizabeth
Brown, second eldest daughter of Mr. and
Henry Peter Gunn, only son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Gunn, of Cooma. Rev. Father
Burke officiated at the ceremony at the
Sacred Heart Church, Hamilton. The bride
added a shoulder spray of autumn-toned
worn with black accessories. Miss Rene Syl-
sester, who was bridesmaid, was in a lilac
match the spray she wore on her purse.
WHEATLEY— CONNERS
Rev. E. S. Robinson officiated at the mar-
Mr. E. J. Conners, and Frank, only son
af Mrs. Wheatley, of Lockyer-street, Adams-
town, at St. John's Church, Clarencetown.
The long train fell from box pleats at the
waist, and glimmered under the tulle veil
which was held with a pleated halo to her
hair. The bouquet of frangipanni was inter-
sister of the bridegroom. Their frocks were
of leaf green blistered and embossed cloque,
worn with maroon accessories. Two nieces,
Yvonne and Maureen Barry, were flower
girls, in dainty sheer green frocks with full
skirts and frilled bodices. They carried
bridegroom was attended by Mr. Jack Pike
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Of Interest TO WOMEN GALA NIGHT FOR DEBUTANTES TWENTY-SIX PRESENTED AT TWO BALLS (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Friday 7 July 1939 [Issue No.6726] page 5 2019-11-10 12:06 *
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FROM EVERYWHERE (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Tuesday 19 February 1929 [Issue No.470] page 7 2019-11-10 11:52 Joseph Viscoe. who is being held
Joseph Viscoe, who is being held
FROM EVERYWHERE (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Tuesday 19 February 1929 [Issue No.470] page 7 2019-11-10 11:49 ______
FROM EVERYWHERE (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Tuesday 19 February 1929 [Issue No.470] page 7 2019-11-10 11:48 burnt about the neck and chest. He
Malta between Mr. Samut, a Govern-
burnt about the neck and chest. He
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SUDDEN DEATH OF OLD KADINA RESIDENT. BODY FOUND ON THE ROAD. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Wednesday 27 August 1913 [Issue No.5502] page 2 2019-11-10 11:40
ConBtableKarm inotored to the sc
arid^ter~M and making
enqnitksdMmtdanlngoesiMmiecesfeary.
Mr Tolly; jwlip . apparently snjnyed^good;
heaitihof latej has been .residing withhie
daughter ^MrsJ. Jones), at Willamnlka,.
[while working fojr the Nintiea District
Council.. He «u 65 years of age,' and
was widely known in Kadina sod
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On Saturday evening, as Mr. Stanley
Martin was returning home from a foot-
ball match at Willamulka, he discovered
the body of Mr. William Tully (with
whom he had had a conversation about
three hours previously) lying by the road-
side. He at once communicated with
Mr. C. March, who lives near, and that
gentleman motored to Bute to give in-
formation. Dr. Brown and Mounted-
Constable Kerin motored to the scene,
and after an examination and making
enquiries deemed an inquest unnecessary.
Mr Tully, who apparently enjoyed good
health of late, has been residing with his
daughter (Mrs J. Jones), at Willamulka,
while working for the Ninnes District
Council. He was 65 years of age, and
was widely known in Kadina and sur-
rounding districts.
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Fraudulent Car Conversion Alleged In Court (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Tuesday 17 September 1946 [Issue No.9197] page 5 2019-11-10 11:27 G. L. Berry, at Grafton Police .
Court, yesterday, committed, for
a charge alleging that on June"
21. at Grafton, being the bailee
he fraudulently converted; it
said that defendsnt was arrested
charge. Defendant was told that
it had been stated that , a Mr.'
Lawrence had purchased, from
defendant, a car for £70., '
Defendant,' said witness, re
lated how he had. hired the car
from Earl Motors, Southport;
decided to go to Grafton. Tollis
the purchase money, the remain
ing £5 having gone in clothing. '
_ Defendant. had a duplicate of
as U.S. Navy Air Corps, Ameri
Tollis, Aqptinued witness, said'
the car in the police possession!
was the one he sold to Lawrence. '
Percy Joseph H. Earl, owner-,
of Earl Motors, Southport,'
premises on June .15. to be
brought, back on June 19. Tollis,
to Brisbane. The C2r speedo-:
mpter showed that it had been
was taken by Tollis. The car:
Maxwell Lawrence, of - 10
Tollis was driving4 a Ford V8
Sedan car. which he said he was
taking to Newcastle, having pur
Tollis . explained that the?
Queensland plate on it was used:
Id take "the vehicle to its destina
tion. , Tollis asked £70 for the;
ca'% and said he would return toi
buy others. "
Witness purchased for £70, aritU
was given a receipt. When 'he
went to meet Tollis next day to ;
transfer the license at the police;
station, he could not find him at '
the Grafton Hotel, but later!
found him in chai-ge of Detective'
To the Magistrate: Witness'
had owned three cars. He look-:
him as being cheap. It was. a
feasible 'explanation by ..Tollis
that he wanted the money urgent-"'
y. ' vH-
.The Magistrate held that v: a '
prima facie case had been ma$<E:
out against Tollis, who he com
mitted for trial at Grafton Quar
ter Sessions on November 12. '
Tollis did not ask, for bail.
The Magistrate said the owner :
Farl, could have. the car on. sign-,
irig an undertaking to have it
G. L. Berry, at Grafton Police
Court, yesterday committed for
a charge alleging that on June
21 at Grafton, being the bailee
he fraudulently converted it
said that defendant was arrested
charge. Defendant was told that
it had been stated that a Mr.
Lawrence had purchased from
defendant, a car for £70.
Defendant, said witness, re-
lated how he had hired the car
from Earl Motors, Southport,
decided to go to Grafton. Tollis
the purchase money, the remain-
ing £5 having gone in clothing.
Defendant had a duplicate of
as U.S. Navy Air Corps, Ameri-
Tollis, continued witness, said
the car in the police possession
was the one he sold to Lawrence.
Percy Joseph H. Earl, owner
of Earl Motors, Southport,
premises on June 15, to be
brought back on June 19. Tollis,
to Brisbane. The car speedo-
meter showed that it had been
was taken by Tollis. The car
Maxwell Lawrence, of 10
Tollis was driving a Ford V8
Sedan car, which he said he was
taking to Newcastle, having pur-
Tollis explained that the
to take the vehicle to its destina-
tion. Tollis asked £70 for the
car, and said he would return to
buy others.
Witness purchased for £70, and
was given a receipt. When he
went to meet Tollis next day to
transfer the license at the police
station, he could not find him at
the Grafton Hotel, but later
found him in charge of Detective
To the Magistrate: Witness
had owned three cars. He look-
him as being cheap. It was a
feasible explanation by Tollis
that he wanted the money urgent-
ly.
The Magistrate held that a
prima facie case had been made
out against Tollis, who he com-
mitted for trial at Grafton Quar-
ter Sessions on November 12.
Tollis did not ask for bail.
The Magistrate said the owner,
Earl, could have the car on sign-
ing an undertaking to have it
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Year's Gaol For Stealing Car (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Wednesday 13 November 1946 [Issue No.2946] page 2 2019-11-10 11:00 Stealing- Gar
William Edward Tollfe " (19)/
who admitted' several previous
months' imprisonment by / judge
charge of having - stolen a motor
car, the property of .../Percy J.
Earl, of Southport, on Jyriej21.'.
Police evidence was tthat the
accused hired the car from -Earl
Motors, -Southport, and sold it. for
Stealing Car
William Edward Tollis (19),
who admitted several previous
months' imprisonment by Judge
charge of having stolen a motor
car, the property of Percy J.
Earl, of Southport, on June, 21.
Police evidence was that the
accused hired the car from Earl
Motors, Southport, and sold it for
COLLETT v. COLLETT. (Article), The Australian Star (Sydney, NSW : 1887 - 1909), Friday 31 August 1900 [Issue No.3914] page 7 2019-11-10 10:55 .Walter Collett, a .coniposltor,. petitioned for
release from Elizabeth Esther Collett, former,
ly Grlndham; on the ground of adultery with
Nathan William Tollls.-, Air. B. B. O'.Condr
appeared for the petitioner.- Tlie latter said
that lie was married in September, 1S94, at a
matrimonial agency In Elizabeth-street, Syd
ney, according to the rites of the Unitarian'
at Auburn, next at Redfera, and later on at
Auburn again. His wife took drink, and' he
protested) and she promised to reform. -On
Alay 6 last she left her home. Evidence was
given by a Salvation Army officer that, a wo
man (whom it was allegpd was the respon
dent) booked a room nt tjie "People's Palace,"
I-'itt-street. for "Air. and Al'rs. Graham." His
Walter Collett, a compositor, petitioned for
release from Elizabeth Esther Collett, former-
ly Grlndham, on the ground of adultery with
Nathan William Tollis. Mr. B. B. O'Conor
appeared for the petitioner. The latter said
that he was married in September, 1894, at a
matrimonial agency in Elizabeth-street, Syd-
ney, according to the rites of the Unitarian
at Auburn, next at Redfern, and later on at
Auburn again. His wife took drink, and he
protested, and she promised to reform. On
May 6 last she left her home. Evidence was
given by a Salvation Army officer that a wo-
man (whom it was alleged was the respon-
dent) booked a room at the "People's Palace,"
Pitt-street, for "Mr. and Mrs. Graham." His
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BAG SNATCHER Station Master Suffers SYDNEY, Thursday. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 29 August 1940 page 1 2019-08-25 14:41 BAG SNATCHER |
SYDNEY, Thursday, j
\ THIEF snatched a bag contain
breaking his right leg. The thief
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SYDNEY, Thursday.
A THIEF snatched a bag contain-
breaking his right leg. The thief
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