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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,184
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,973,600
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,777
...
328 pbetteridge 108,352
329 jfhollis35 108,305
330 fixitup 107,591
331 JennyPoss 107,238
332 MarE11 106,292
333 GeoffMMutton 105,812

107,238 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 72
April 2017 1,507
March 2017 4,867
February 2017 5,233
January 2017 1,436
September 2016 114
October 2015 53
September 2015 224
August 2015 760
July 2015 512
June 2015 453
May 2015 1,963
April 2015 4,242
March 2015 1,947
February 2015 2,180
January 2015 2,149
December 2014 1,826
November 2014 4,179
October 2014 4,922
September 2014 9,350
August 2014 11,856
July 2014 7,320
June 2014 1,902
May 2014 62
April 2014 1,006
March 2014 664
February 2014 1,407
January 2014 558
December 2013 632
October 2013 790
September 2013 2,895
August 2013 501
July 2013 1,360
June 2013 1,567
May 2013 192
February 2013 184
January 2013 635
December 2012 761
November 2012 958
October 2012 377
September 2012 583
August 2012 706
June 2012 77
May 2012 60
April 2012 13
March 2012 893
February 2012 1,196
January 2012 84
December 2011 1,662
November 2011 2,934
October 2011 53
September 2011 2,033
August 2011 3,051
July 2011 511
June 2011 2,386
May 2011 6,510
April 2011 870

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,153
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,973,600
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,772
...
327 pbetteridge 108,352
328 jfhollis35 108,305
329 fixitup 107,591
330 JennyPoss 107,238
331 MarE11 106,292
332 GeoffMMutton 105,706

107,238 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 72
April 2017 1,507
March 2017 4,867
February 2017 5,233
January 2017 1,436
September 2016 114
October 2015 53
September 2015 224
August 2015 760
July 2015 512
June 2015 453
May 2015 1,963
April 2015 4,242
March 2015 1,947
February 2015 2,180
January 2015 2,149
December 2014 1,826
November 2014 4,179
October 2014 4,922
September 2014 9,350
August 2014 11,856
July 2014 7,320
June 2014 1,902
May 2014 62
April 2014 1,006
March 2014 664
February 2014 1,407
January 2014 558
December 2013 632
October 2013 790
September 2013 2,895
August 2013 501
July 2013 1,360
June 2013 1,567
May 2013 192
February 2013 184
January 2013 635
December 2012 761
November 2012 958
October 2012 377
September 2012 583
August 2012 706
June 2012 77
May 2012 60
April 2012 13
March 2012 893
February 2012 1,196
January 2012 84
December 2011 1,662
November 2011 2,934
October 2011 53
September 2011 2,033
August 2011 3,051
July 2011 511
June 2011 2,386
May 2011 6,510
April 2011 870

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THE VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE BOWEN TO GEELONG. SECOND DAY. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 3 July 1873 [Issue No.8,183] page 2 2017-05-27 19:10 SECOND DAT.
HiXCCiicuuy ~ J? /. .» • a.
people did not cheer enthusiastically, bat
Aldermen Morris, Veitcb, Upton, Ducker,
Johnstone, M.P., and Davison, Messra
Botanical Gardens, Air H. B. Lane, the
Mack's Hotel, and thence drove in com
SIR GEORGE BOWEN TO GEE-
SECOND DAY.

people did not cheer enthusiastically, but
Aldermen Morris, Veitch, Upton, Ducker,
Johnstone, M.P., and Davison, Messrs
Botanical Gardens, Mr H. B. Lane, the
Mack's Hotel, and thence drove in com-
THE VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE BOWEN TO GEELONG. SECOND DAY. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 3 July 1873 [Issue No.8,183] page 2 2017-05-27 19:08 White's carriage, led the way, his com
panion being the Mayor, then followed five '
could see that the population of that por- •
right after entering the gardens, and thus '
for himself the amount of work that had •
been, and was being, carried on under the "
in an almost unfrequented part of the gar
the best of any. place, but the trustees pre
duty, when he said how much he ad
ccllcncj was ratbor struck With . the TJCW._^ J
Bellarine, You Yange, formed a hack,
ground on the northern side, the cliff along 1'<
the western beach with their villa reai- ;
dences never, looked better, and the patch, ; ,
of Geelong proper with its best hotel and -
haudsomest store filled in the gap and •
vey a just impression. On arriving-at the
curator's residence His Excellency wag
and hot-houses, and requested him to plant -
a very vigorous looking - Wellingtonia
monument of his first visit to Geelong. '*
the request made, and the really " un- _
official" manner in which he used ,tho
gardening he is not a novice. This, cere
i HOSPITAL AND BENEVOLENT
I ASYLUM
White's carriage, led the way, his com-
panion being the Mayor, then followed five
could see that the population of that por-
right after entering the gardens, and thus
for himself the amount of work that had
been, and was being, carried on under the
in an almost unfrequented part of the gar-
the best of any place, but the trustees pre-
duty, when he said how much he ad-
cellencey was rather struck with the view
Bellarine, You Yangs, formed a back
ground on the northern side, the cliff along
the western beach with their villa resi-
dences never looked better, and the patch, ; ,
of Geelong proper with its best hotel and
handsomest store filled in the gap and
vey a just impression. On arriving at the
curator's residence His Excellency was
and hot-houses, and requested him to plant
a very vigorous looking Wellingtonia
monument of his first visit to Geelong.
the request made, and the really " un-
official" manner in which he used the
gardening he is not a novice. This cere-
HOSPITAL AND BENEVOLENT
ASYLUM
GEELONG TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, June 16th. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Tuesday 17 June 1873 [Issue No.8,172] page 4 2017-05-27 19:01 Cr. Belcher called attention to the ol
jectionable manner pnrsued in getting x
of the night soil of the towo, which w
just taken down and laid on the eastei
beach jnst about high water mark to 1
■washed out to sea or left there. He calli
attention to the letters in the Argus shov
inrr tJiof rlrnhthapio end ntkno L j!
ing that diphtheria and other such dise
were brought on by such carelessness,
aaid that MrRaddenbeny would be gla
utilise the manure in the Botanical Gard
Aid. Morris said tbe matter of provic
a manure depot had often been under
enssion, and was glad Cr. Belcher had a;
brought the subject under the notict
the council. Aid. Duckcr was glad to !
the question of a manure depot had 1
Anally settled by Mr Raddenberry offe
to make a depot of the gardens. Cr. (
nor objected ; he did not think it wouli
a suitable place. : f
Cr. Belcher called attention to the ob-
jectionable manner pursued in getting rid
of the night soil of the town, which was
just taken down and laid on the easten
beach just about high water mark to be
washed out to sea or left there. He called
attention to the letters in the Argus show-

ing that diphtheria and other such diseases
were brought on by such carelessness, and
said that Mr Raddenberry would be glad
utilise the manure in the Botanical Gardens.
Ald. Morris said the matter of providing
a manure depot had often been under dis-
cussion, and was glad Cr. Belcher had again
brought the subject under the notice of
the council. Ald. Duckcr was glad to hear
the question of a manure depot had been
finally settled by Mr Raddenberry offering
to make a depot of the gardens. Cr. Con-
nor objected ; he did not think it would
a suitable place.
TIMES OF CLOSING MAILS AT GEELONG POST OFFICE:— (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 17 February 1910 [Issue No.19,612] page 2 2017-05-27 18:51
OBITUARY LATE JOHN PURDIE (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Tuesday 25 May 1926 [Issue No.24633] page 6 2017-05-11 16:48 late residciice, comprised cf the plaiu ens.- j
kct hearse, two mourning coachcs, lollow-. 1 1 |
by a Jargs number of motor carf, public :
late residence, comprised of the plain cas-
ket hearse, two mourning coaches, followed
by a large number of motor cars, public
OBITUARY LATE JOHN PURDIE (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Tuesday 25 May 1926 [Issue No.24633] page 6 2017-05-11 16:46 LATE JOliX l'UilDIE
The iiilcrii.cnt of the remains of the late
Mr. John 1'uidie, a well knowu and Li;Mj
respected resident of ilcKillop street, Uce-
It-ng, took ylace last Thursday alieruouti,
his remains tieiug laid to re:i in Uie laurh
k'laio iu tli3 1'resbyteriaii portion of iIk-
Eastern Cemetery, "in the presence of a
large and representative gathering of pci-!
Knial friends. The cortege, which lefi, his I
late Tesidciice, comprised cf the plaiu ens.- j
LATE JOHN PURDIE
The interment of the remains of the late
Mr. John Purdie, a well known and highly
respected resident of McKillop street, Gee-
Iong, took place last Thursday afternoon,
his remains being laid to rest in the family
grave in the Presbyterian portion of the
Eastern Cemetery, in the presence of a
large and representative gathering of per-
sonial friends. The cortege, which left his
late residciice, comprised cf the plaiu ens.- j
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 3 May 1902 [Issue No.17,195] page 2 2017-04-09 19:27 carried. It was decided that an adver
press calling upou those.subscribers who
objected to. their subscriptions being de
voted to the ^erection of a stat ue on Bel
with-the mayor within 30 days.
carried. It was decided that an adver-

press calling upon those.subscribers who
objected to their subscriptions being de-
voted to the erection of a statue on Bel-
with the mayor within 30 days.
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 3 May 1902 [Issue No.17,195] page 2 2017-04-09 19:27 held last- evening in the Town Hall, and
was attended by His "Worship the Mayor
(Aid'. Jacobs), Mayor Cairns. Crs. Brown
bill and H. B. Brown, Lieutenant-Colo
Hendy, F. J. Iieary, G- M. and Howard
Hitchcock, "W. Lawry, M. Conran, and
W. G. Heariie. An apology was receiv
The experts, Mcsrs Bernard Hall, F. J.
Smart-, and H. Byron Moore, reported
submitted to them by the com
mittee in connection with the erec
tion of the Queen's Statue in . Geelong,
and. they "considered "that the design
and model sent- in by Mr. Clement Nash
is the best and should be" accepted, pro
here, and approved-before the-castingls
undertaken?'- Mr. Nash offered to sup
ply a bronze statue, -together with a
the four designs: were adjudicated upon
ed by Or. Brownbill, and carried after a
fulfilled, the'committee had not received
£756/8/11,-the amount- acknowledged in
tho newspapers. The total amount paid
into the bank was £651/18/1, and- the
-the meeting from Messrs.. Huddart. Par
ker and Co., W- Howard'Smith and Son,
their donations being" diverted from the
first instance-the Transvaal _ Square
-movement. It was also mentioned .-that
Dr. Croker.took a similar objection. The
."amount subscribed by these gentlemen
totalled. £37. Mr. G. M. Hitchcock
moved- that-the balance standing to the
of-providing the Queen's Statue, "subject
held last evening in the Town Hall, and
was attended by His Worship the Mayor
(Ald. Jacobs), Mayor Cairns. Crs. Brown-
bill and H. B. Brown, Lieutenant-Colo-
Hendy, F. J. Leary, G. M. and Howard
Hitchcock, W. Lawry, M. Conran, and
W. G. Hearne. An apology was receiv-
The experts, Mesrs Bernard Hall, F. J.
Smart, and H. Byron Moore, reported
submitted to them by the com-
mittee in connection with the erec-
tion of the Queen's Statue in Geelong,
and they considered that the design
and model sent in by Mr. Clement Nash
is the best and should be accepted, pro-
here, and approved before the casting ls
undertaken." Mr. Nash offered to sup-
ply a bronze statue, together with a
the four designs were adjudicated upon
ed by Cr. Brownbill, and carried after a
fulfilled, the committee had not received
£756/8/11, the amount acknowledged in
the newspapers. The total amount paid
into the bank was £651/18/1, and the
the meeting from Messrs.. Huddart. Par-
ker and Co., W. Howard Smith and Son,
their donations being diverted from the
first instance —the Transvaal Square
movement. It was also mentioned that
Dr. Croker took a similar objection. The
amount subscribed by these gentlemen
totalled £37. Mr. G. M. Hitchcock
moved tha the balance standing to the
of providing the Queen's Statue, subject
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:18 ing on this committee as a final settlement
ing on this committee as a final settlement."
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:18 o7-'O.SuiunieT, sculp
?xfe ?
Su bfllmU
mint." committee as a. final settle
lery, Melbourne; Mr C. Summers, sculp-
tor; and mr H. Byron Moore. Failing
either of these, the other two to be asked to
select a thrid colleague. That the de-
cision of these gentlemen shall be bind-
ing on this committee as a final settlement

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