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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,411,322
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,684
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,225
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,019
...
122 tasfamily 267,394
123 JeanetteConnolly 264,571
124 MichaelP 264,068
125 GBurghall 262,060
126 toniquarman 261,011
127 smotteram 259,681

262,060 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 3,578
March 2017 2,167
February 2017 2,709
January 2017 3,582
December 2016 3,784
November 2016 6,270
October 2016 6,969
September 2016 5,804
August 2016 10,042
July 2016 8,007
June 2016 5,045
May 2016 5,422
April 2016 3,902
March 2016 7,960
February 2016 4,961
January 2016 4,347
December 2015 3,252
November 2015 4,062
October 2015 6,314
September 2015 6,248
August 2015 3,593
July 2015 6,664
June 2015 6,028
May 2015 5,550
April 2015 2,107
March 2015 3,300
February 2015 2,716
January 2015 1,359
December 2014 1,510
November 2014 4,529
October 2014 1,873
September 2014 2,788
August 2014 5,969
July 2014 11,619
June 2014 9,699
May 2014 6,170
April 2014 3,916
March 2014 5,292
February 2014 6,107
January 2014 7,471
December 2013 3,619
November 2013 4,956
October 2013 630
September 2013 446
August 2013 2,563
July 2013 2,165
June 2013 2,157
May 2013 2,918
April 2013 5,112
March 2013 3,379
February 2013 2,361
January 2013 4,248
December 2012 3,804
November 2012 6,645
October 2012 6,340
September 2012 6,200
August 2012 1,832

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,411,291
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,684
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,155
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,014
...
122 tasfamily 267,394
123 JeanetteConnolly 264,571
124 MichaelP 264,014
125 GBurghall 262,060
126 toniquarman 260,400
127 smotteram 259,665

262,060 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 3,578
March 2017 2,167
February 2017 2,709
January 2017 3,582
December 2016 3,784
November 2016 6,270
October 2016 6,969
September 2016 5,804
August 2016 10,042
July 2016 8,007
June 2016 5,045
May 2016 5,422
April 2016 3,902
March 2016 7,960
February 2016 4,961
January 2016 4,347
December 2015 3,252
November 2015 4,062
October 2015 6,314
September 2015 6,248
August 2015 3,593
July 2015 6,664
June 2015 6,028
May 2015 5,550
April 2015 2,107
March 2015 3,300
February 2015 2,716
January 2015 1,359
December 2014 1,510
November 2014 4,529
October 2014 1,873
September 2014 2,788
August 2014 5,969
July 2014 11,619
June 2014 9,699
May 2014 6,170
April 2014 3,916
March 2014 5,292
February 2014 6,107
January 2014 7,471
December 2013 3,619
November 2013 4,956
October 2013 630
September 2013 446
August 2013 2,563
July 2013 2,165
June 2013 2,157
May 2013 2,918
April 2013 5,112
March 2013 3,379
February 2013 2,361
January 2013 4,248
December 2012 3,804
November 2012 6,645
October 2012 6,340
September 2012 6,200
August 2012 1,832

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COUNTRY NEWS. FREMANTLE, May 23. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 24 May 1884 [Issue No.495] page 3 2017-04-25 15:10 pared to remove the npper portion of the bal-
again, which was the object of the present meet*
Cr. Harwood said the result would be, if
aU over the town, He thought it would be
much b£tM, to fej^ tne wh0ie matter to stand
Cr. Sholl said theparties in questionhadbeen
opposed affall to a balcony, but if they were
Cr. Shaw thought it would be better to let
The Mayos said Mr. Fleming wished to meet
Cr. Bübt : What is the slope of the roof of
The Mayor: l8 inches, according to the
pared to remove the upper portion of the bal-
again, which was the object of the present meet-
Cr. HARWOOD said the result would be, if
all over the town, He thought it would be
much better to leave the whole matter to stand
Cr. SHOLL said the parties in question had been
opposed at all to a balcony, but if they were
Cr. SHAW thought it would be better to let
The MAYOR said Mr. Fleming wished to meet
Cr. BURT : What is the slope of the roof of
The MAYOR : 18 inches, according to the
YESTERDAY and the DAY BEFORE CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET" (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 16 August 1934 [Issue No.2,530] page 51 2017-04-25 15:02 (CTÍ<f¿-o4-í^^5ON ^y^íl¿-BY-sCYG NET' ^"""^^
William-street so long; ago, but a balcony,
cool bieeze that swept up William-Street
a friend of Colonel Henderson. Ile was
Imperiul Government, but Colonel Hender-
an architect, and as such, ] think, you will
find his name on the Town Ha-IL Perth.
Worte and lived to be 80. sitting on the
bench as a J.P. till the very last.-Annie
Warthwvke. Lower Kalgan.
Mrs. Shenton adds to this by tolling mc
that the Mis. Manning to whom Mrs.
(Governor) Kennedy's invitation -was ad-
confused with the Miss Mi-Kail, of Albany.
w!k> married the first Mrs. Manning's son.
that K J. Manning, the photographer. It
was this lady fruin Albany who erected
and re-erected-Hah-ony House, despite the
Mrs. Warthwykc's reference to her
father assisting Colonel Henderson i,t
the designing and "building of Government
Government lion«? printed herewith. The
YESTERDAY — and the
DAY BEFORE
CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET"
William-street so long ago, but a balcony,
cool breeze that swept up William-Street
a friend of Colonel Henderson. He was
Imperial Government, but Colonel Hender-
an architect, and as such, I think, you will
find his name on the Town Hall, Perth.
Works and lived to be 80, sitting on the
bench as a J.P. till the very last.—Annie
Warthwvke, Lower Kalgan.
Mrs. Shenton adds to this by telling me
that the Mrs. Manning to whom Mrs.
(Governor) Kennedy's invitation was ad-
confused with the Miss McKail, of Albany.
who married the first Mrs. Manning's son,
that is, J. Manning, the photographer. It
was this lady from Albany who erected
and re-erected—Balcony House, despite the
Mrs. Warthwyke's reference to her
father assisting Colonel Henderson in
the designing and building of Government
Government House printed herewith. The
YESTERDAY—and the DAY BEFORE CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET" (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 19 July 1934 [Issue No.2,526] page 51 2017-04-25 14:51 sibly make use of these photos.-C. J.
sibly make use of these photos.—C. J.
YESTERDAY—and the DAY BEFORE CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET" (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 19 July 1934 [Issue No.2,526] page 51 2017-04-25 14:51 called Huttrstreet, after Governor Hutt.
street were named in 1830, it raised- the
after King William since ihe news of the
called Hutt-street, after Governor Hutt.
street were named in 1830, it raised the
after King William since the news of the
YESTERDAY—and the DAY BEFORE CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET" (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 19 July 1934 [Issue No.2,526] page 51 2017-04-25 13:10 1831. In that year the settlers 6eem to
Wie river, and the GuiTdford-road. After
that an annual cattle snow be held. On
Press reported that "after inspecting^ the
food Was "abundant and afforded general
consequence:
Dear "Cygnet,"-Whether the convicts
agaiust common' sense. Can you tell me
when they added oh the portion used as
the Water Supply offices?-"Groper,"
you, I would be iútereáted to know. And
St. George's-terrace, were built in thc early
00'e by a-contractor named Halliday, who
his estimate for one wing, aud,
The Government Architect saw tbat Hal-
as to thc date of erection of the old build-
nv the 40's for certain; and Miss Cowan
(who haß charge of the records of our His-
torical Society) states that.on a.plan of
State girls' school is shown in Pier-street;'
building,is built in too massive a style for
a girls' school-unless the girls were very
know today!-and so we must look beyond
terested to hear from Miss Cowan thc
is really Yangeup or Yangecup, and comes
mark-but far from any native name-so
Dear "Cygnet,"-I have just come across
1831. In that year the settlers seem to
the river, and the Guildford-road. After
that an annual cattle show be held. On
Press reported that "after inspecting the
food was "abundant and afforded general
consequence:—
Dear "Cygnet,"—Whether the convicts
against common sense. Can you tell me
when they added on the portion used as
the Water Supply offices?—"Groper,"
you, I would be intereáted to know. And
St. George's-terrace, were built in the early
60's by a contractor named Halliday, who
his estimate for one wing, and,
The Government Architect saw that Hal-
as to the date of erection of the old build-
in the 40's for certain; a,d Miss Cowan
(who has charge of the records of our His-
torical Society) states that.on a plan of
State girls' school is shown in Pier-street,
building is built in too massive a style for
a girls' school—unless the girls were very
know today!—and so we must look beyond
terested to hear from Miss Cowan the
is really Yangeup or Yangeeup, and comes
mark—but far from any native name—so
Dear "Cygnet,"—I have just come across
YESTERDAY—and the DAY BEFORE CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET" (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 19 July 1934 [Issue No.2,526] page 51 2017-04-25 13:01 Midjigaroo -and Yagan.
Dear "Cygnet,-You spoke of Mt. Bake-
cannot call myself a pioneer, I have Jived
and have had thc opportunity of meeting
old colonists, who certainly gave me tc
»inderstand that Midjigaroo was hanged;
book some years ago, and I fancy bc
though he -was not himself present.-K,
I must look up my reference to -Mt,
Bakewell, or rather Dale's statement a£
to whom he named it after. About thc
Yagan was not Midjigaroo's son. "Midji
garoo-not Midgegooroo-was the fathei
Mi-s. Shenton is right in her statement.
After some search I have since COUK
across a dispatch from Colonel Irwin "(who
was Acting Lieutenant-GoveAior in the
garoo was ^hot or hanged can be 6et at
seen nothing definite to support this BO
for doubt as to how he died.. In' bis
brought against him. "He was over 60
(Colonel Irwin went on to say) and eo he
Midjigaroo and Yagan.
Dear "Cygnet,—You spoke of Mt. Bake-
cannot call myself a pioneer, I have lived
and have had the opportunity of meeting
old colonists, who certainly gave me to
understand that Midjigaroo was hanged;
book some years ago, and I fancy he
though he was not himself present.—K.
I must look up my reference to Mt,
Bakewell, or rather Dale's statement as
to whom he named it after. About the
Yagan was not Midjigaroo's son. "Midji-
garoo—not Midgegooroo—was the father
Mrs. Shenton is right in her statement.
After some search I have since come
across a dispatch from Colonel Irwin (who
was Acting Lieutenant-Governor in the
garoo was shot or hanged can be set at
seen nothing definite to support this so
for doubt as to how he died. In his
brought against him. "He was over 50
(Colonel Irwin went on to say) and so he
YESTERDAY—and the DAY BEFORE CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET" (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 19 July 1934 [Issue No.2,526] page 51 2017-04-25 12:54 been thoroughly satisfied with their en- j
tertainmeut there, and have written to j
death of George the Fourth and of thc
was Acting Lieutenant-GoveAior in thc
absence of Captain Stirling) ' to the |
Colonial Office dated June 1, 1833, a dis-1
patch enlightening the English Govern- j
ment as to the trouble with the natives, ]
and explaining why he had found it neces- j
two, ' "The head or leader of this tribe |
by the name of Midjigaroo, is father of |
ing in Pier-street used for many years *s a I
Turkish baths? This building was there j
generations of Perth folk. --A. Grundy
fence in Perth which 1 did not walk along
Photographs ^nd Verandahs.
1857, priuted in thiß page last week, was
Mrs. Wartbwyke, of Lower Kalgan River,
tile old days I was reminded of the fact
that Mrs. Manning, ber mother, once
naughty lot of schoolboys. I
The Maunings lived in William-street, I
time it rains or the sun pours down his j
that a woman acted while men threatened, I
Dear "Cygnet,"-Situated in a shaded
been thoroughly satisfied with their en-
tertainmeut there, and have written to
death of George the Fourth and of the
was Acting Lieutenant-GoveAior in the
absence of Captain Stirling) to the
Colonial Office dated June 1, 1833, a dis-
patch enlightening the English Govern-
ment as to the trouble with the natives,
and explaining why he had found it neces-
two. "The head or leader of this tribe
by the name of Midjigaroo, is father of
ing in Pier-street used for many years as a
Turkish baths? This building was there
generations of Perth folk. —A. Grundy
fence in Perth which I did not walk along
Photographs and Verandahs.
1857, printed in this page last week, was
Mrs. Warthwyke, of Lower Kalgan River,
the old days I was reminded of the fact
that Mrs. Manning, her mother, once
naughty lot of schoolboys.
The Mannings lived in William-street,
time it rains or the sun pours down his
that a woman acted while men threatened,
Dear "Cygnet,"—Situated in a shaded
YESTERDAY and the DAY BEFORE CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET" (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 16 August 1934 [Issue No.2,530] page 51 2017-04-25 12:44 Dear "Cygnct"-Why Bazaar terrace? |
not, why the name? "Cuiious," Hay
The query takes me hack across the
back to the spot aud in my mind's eye
which swept the giound and billowed out
for silks and satins-and cottons for the
outside of tlie body. It seems to have
to continually remind us of those first t
of all days in the story of our State. Hardly a wall
in a school in England but has a
Phoenicians baiteimg then vares with
the earlv Bintsh on the coaet of Coin
?wall. "W ill no Austiahan arti&t sketch
Ba7aaar-terrace foi tis with our ki oaf
gnudmotheis and gi cat gi,inch" itlici t> to
make it live'
\ few dais ago I Ind 1)1161110«* in the
Palace Hotel, and I exponen« d another
reminder of the da>s= when I was \cr\
joung. I remeinbci the old 1'ieeimsonh'
Dear "Cygnet"—Why Bazaar terrace?
not, why the name?—"Curious," Hay-
The query takes me back across the
back to the spot and in my mind's eye
which swept the ground and billowed out
for silks and satins—and cottons for the
outside of the body. It seems to have
to continually remind us of those first
of all days in the story of our State. Hard-
ly a wall in a school in England but has a
Phoenicians bartering then wares with
the early British on the coast of Corn-
wall. "Will no Austiahan artist sketch
Bazaaar-terrace for us with our great
grandmothers and great-grandfathers to
make it live?
A few days ago I had business in the
Palace Hotel, and I experienced another
reminder of the days when I was very
young. I remeinbci the old 1'ieeimsonh'
YESTERDAY and the DAY BEFORE CONDUCTED BY "CYGNET" (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 16 August 1934 [Issue No.2,530] page 51 2017-04-24 16:38 hotels whole alcohol waa not onlj welcome I
lia«! a photo of Burnett's ( oileo Palace. |
of Mr. Burnett himself, a striking 7 --
whiskered man, complete with the blue '
ribbon of temperance in his coat lapel. ¡
Deur '"Cygnet,"-Tt was not a verandah
cool bieeze that swept up William-fcUeet
to my father from Fremantle. I addressed
-and Balcony House it ever remained.
March 17, 1S64, re soap washing oil' stamp,
but hy my father. My father entered the
Postmaster-General, he left the sen-ice to
by 3"ou, was to my grandfather, who was
hotels whole alcohol waa not onlj welcome
lia«! a photo of Burnett's ( oileo Palace.
of Mr. Burnett himself, a striking be-
whiskered man, complete with the blue
ribbon of temperance in his coat lapel.
Dear '"Cygnet,"—It was not a verandah
cool bieeze that swept up William-Street
to my father from Fremantle, I addressed
—and Balcony House it ever remained.
March 17, 1864, re soap washing off stamp
but by my father. My father entered the
Postmaster-General, he left the service to
by you, was to my grandfather, who was
Goodwill Cruise The Malolo Departs SYDNEY, November 29. (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 29 November 1929 [Issue No.17,781] page 4 2017-04-24 13:02 SYDNEY. November 29.
SYDNEY, November 29.

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