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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,235
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,074
...
108 johnwhin 324,721
109 c-l-h 321,465
110 birdwing 315,583
111 JohnMA2227 305,597
112 Paul.McGrath 303,534
113 elvie 295,358

305,597 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 3,194
May 2017 2,617
April 2017 1,082
March 2017 4,485
February 2017 2,050
January 2017 71
December 2016 1,500
November 2016 2,883
October 2016 2,908
September 2016 2,517
August 2016 4,074
July 2016 3,254
June 2016 2,453
May 2016 604
March 2016 1
February 2016 487
January 2016 132
December 2015 1,582
November 2015 1,616
October 2015 892
September 2015 1,132
August 2015 3,372
July 2015 2,819
June 2015 4,000
May 2015 1,932
April 2015 9,374
March 2015 8,851
February 2015 6,114
January 2015 1,003
December 2014 811
November 2014 534
October 2014 481
September 2014 1,157
August 2014 4,471
July 2014 2,010
June 2014 8,114
May 2014 7,915
April 2014 4,860
March 2014 6,731
February 2014 4,846
January 2014 4,664
December 2013 8,482
November 2013 6,153
October 2013 5,505
September 2013 1,491
July 2013 648
June 2013 5,126
May 2013 10,082
April 2013 1,613
March 2013 2,350
February 2013 2,933
December 2012 2,613
November 2012 2,419
October 2012 1,831
September 2012 824
August 2012 2,164
July 2012 519
June 2012 2,277
May 2012 499
April 2012 1,626
March 2012 7,263
February 2012 9,847
January 2012 583
December 2011 1,348
November 2011 3,274
October 2011 3,034
September 2011 1,688
August 2011 786
July 2011 11,401
June 2011 5,536
May 2011 6,073
April 2011 3,067
March 2011 3,788
February 2011 8,778
January 2011 2,202
December 2010 817
November 2010 9,677
October 2010 9,097
September 2010 4,053
August 2010 4,497
July 2010 5,187
June 2010 10,778
May 2010 4,415
April 2010 3,643
March 2010 2,017

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,204
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,069
...
109 c-l-h 321,465
110 birdwing 315,528
111 Paul.McGrath 303,534
112 JohnMA2227 302,399
113 elvie 295,354
114 pajan 294,040

302,399 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 3,014
May 2017 2,495
April 2017 934
March 2017 3,624
February 2017 1,561
January 2017 71
December 2016 1,382
November 2016 2,765
October 2016 2,208
September 2016 2,055
August 2016 4,074
July 2016 3,254
June 2016 2,453
May 2016 604
March 2016 1
February 2016 487
January 2016 132
December 2015 1,582
November 2015 1,616
October 2015 892
September 2015 1,132
August 2015 3,372
July 2015 2,819
June 2015 4,000
May 2015 1,932
April 2015 9,374
March 2015 8,851
February 2015 6,114
January 2015 1,003
December 2014 811
November 2014 534
October 2014 481
September 2014 1,157
August 2014 4,471
July 2014 2,010
June 2014 8,114
May 2014 7,915
April 2014 4,860
March 2014 6,731
February 2014 4,846
January 2014 4,664
December 2013 8,482
November 2013 6,153
October 2013 5,505
September 2013 1,491
July 2013 648
June 2013 5,126
May 2013 10,082
April 2013 1,613
March 2013 2,350
February 2013 2,933
December 2012 2,613
November 2012 2,419
October 2012 1,831
September 2012 824
August 2012 2,164
July 2012 519
June 2012 2,277
May 2012 499
April 2012 1,626
March 2012 7,263
February 2012 9,847
January 2012 583
December 2011 1,348
November 2011 3,274
October 2011 3,034
September 2011 1,688
August 2011 786
July 2011 11,401
June 2011 5,536
May 2011 6,073
April 2011 3,067
March 2011 3,788
February 2011 8,778
January 2011 2,202
December 2010 817
November 2010 9,677
October 2010 9,097
September 2010 4,053
August 2010 4,497
July 2010 5,187
June 2010 10,778
May 2010 4,415
April 2010 3,643
March 2010 2,017

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 97,289
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 27,587
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
8 mollyzmum 5,671
9 RodAanensen 4,183
10 poves 3,391
11 JohnMA2227 3,198
12 sonmaa 2,826
13 bainamasquelier 2,544

3,198 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 180
May 2017 122
April 2017 148
March 2017 861
February 2017 489
December 2016 118
November 2016 118
October 2016 700
September 2016 462


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 August 1930 [Issue No.28,903] page 13 2017-06-20 15:55 TAYLOR -The Relativo» and Friend» of Mr and
A Mrs G R SMITH Mr and Mr» HAROLD
TAYLOR Mr nnd Mr» SOMERFIELD and Miss
RITA TAYLOR are kindly United to attend the
Funeral of their deorly beloved MOTHER nnd
MOTHER IN I AW Mr» Ann Taylor Hate of
Helensburgh South Const I to leave her late resi-
dence 19 Rose street Annandale THIS DAY at
2 20 p m for Church of England Cemetery Rook
wood by rood
ERNFST ANDREWS and CO ,
Motor Funernl Director»
VI nnd 58 Australia-street
LlO-fl LIV70 LW2547 Newtown
THOMPSON -The Funernl ÖT tiïë Into Mr«
L EMMA THOMPSON will Icivo hor late resi-
TAYLOR.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr and
Mrs. G. R. SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. HAROLD
TAYLOR, Mr. and Mrs. SOMERFIELD, and Miss
RITA TAYLOR are kindly invited to attend the
Funeral of their dearly beloved MOTHER and
MOTHER IN LAW, Mrs. Ann Taylor (late of
Helensburgh South Coast); to leave her late resi-
dence 19 Rose street Annandale, THIS DAY at
2.20 p.m. for Church of England Cemetery Rook-
wood by road.
ERNEST ANDREWS and CO.,
Motor Funeral Directors,
53 and 55 Australia-street,
L1075, L1570, LW2547, Newtown
THOMPSON.—The Funeral of the late Mrs.
EMMA THOMPSON will leave her late resi-
HELENSBURGH (Article), South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954), Friday 18 June 1926 [Issue No.24] page 16 2017-06-20 15:43 the Workmen's Club, Mr. R. Sut
the Workmen's Club, Mr. R. Sut-
HELENSBURGH (Article), South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954), Friday 18 June 1926 [Issue No.24] page 16 2017-06-20 15:41 and trade is practically at a stand
still, owing to the continued stop
News of the death of Mr. T. Tay
lor was received here with deep re
the 'Burg's* oldest citizens, and was
to some, of our sports 'unless you are
the dub progressed from a bank
tp a flourishing institution of assets
worth £5,000. He was mainly in
strumental in getting the new club
but Bob stood on hisx dig and left.
and trade is practically at a stand-
still, owing to the continued stop-
News of the death of Mr. T. Tay-
lor was received here with deep re-
the 'Burg's oldest citizens, and was
to some of our sports unless you are
the club progressed from a bank
to a flourishing institution of assets
worth £5,000. He was mainly in-
strumental in getting the new club-
but Bob stood on his dig and left.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 14 November 1912 [Issue No.23,352] page 7 2017-06-20 14:25 THIS DAY at 1:15 p.m. for Rockwood
their residence, 49 Campbell-street, Newtown THIS
leave her late residence, 48 Campbell-street, Nwtown,
THIS DAY at 1:15 p.m. for Rockwood.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 14 November 1912 [Issue No.23,352] page 7 2017-06-20 13:43 Tri'í!'í;^Tle, Irlm,,i °f Mr and Mrs TIMOTHY
TAYLOR anl 1 ASRLV are kindly invited to attend
Wren "2Í, °' ihm htc nearlv loved DAUGHTER and
ii. Ellenor Esther ;Oate of Helenshurg) to leave
íiTroTAn."*5 40 fimpbell street Newtown THIS
i». » . a.' ' ° c,ock for Church of England Cerne
'try Rookiwrt via Vlort an Station
rt-_*00n COFHLL and COAfPANY Ltd
'JUri.OR-Ihe Friends of Mr and Mrs A HORP
iii«.] A ald Ur LALCHTON are kindly mnted to
,£d '"i f>enl of their dearly beloved COUStN
Eleanor Taylor ; l0 leai<! l"r mothers residence 4S
umptKllttwt Newtown THIS DAY, at 1 IS p m.
'_J__vvooJ
T\m¡?? -The Incnds of Mr and Mrs Bl ACK
ai.sá ,i "!Í Mre LAUGHTON arc kindly invited to
aasirvvíw. F°J,oul °' thelr nc"'J belovel NIFCF
and COUSIN, Eleanor Taylor, '»te of Helensburgh to
Tin? ríív « "'"'e'iee 4S Campbell street, Nwtown,
rrï rvl -"-1 15 -P "LL-'T "cckyvooa
i ínn7n"í,h?,Jrlen,i» °' «>"> I«««1 Mr ERNEST
EDGAR TURNER Cite of Royal Pnnec Alfred Hos
TAYLOR.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. TIMOTHY
TAYLOR and FAMILY are kindly invited to attend
the Funeral of their dearly loved DAUGHTER and
SISTER, Ellenor Esther (late of Helensburg) to leave
their residence, 49 Campbell street, Newtown THIS
AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock for Church of England Ceme-
try Rookwood, via Mortuary Station.
WOOD, COFFILL, and COMPANY Ltd.
TAYLOR.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. HORP-
LEY and Mr. LAUGHTON are kindly invited to
attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved COUSIN
Eleanor Taylor; to leave her mothers residence 48
Campbell-street, Newtown, THIS DAY, at 1.15 p.m.
for Rookwood.
TAYLOR.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. BLACK-
MORE and Mrs LAUGHTON are kindly invited to
attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved NIECE
and COUSIN, Eleanor Taylor, late of Helensburgh; to
leave her late residence, 48 Campbell street, Nwtown,
THIS DAY at 1:15 p.m. for Rockwood
TURNER.—The Friends of the late Mr. ERNEST
EDGAR TURNER late of Royal Prince Alfred Hos-
Obituary. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Friday 18 June 1926 [Issue No.23] page 2 2017-06-20 13:21 Obituary. 1
Timothy Taylor, who had beon em ?
ployed as a deputy at tho Metropolitan ?
Colliery, Helensburgh, up to Soptembo, ?
of last year, passed away last Monday H
at^his residence at Newtown. Tho do! I
ceased had resided at Helonsburgh for If
over 30 years, and leaves a wife and H
grown up family, to whom all Holens- H
burgh extends its sympathy. v H
Ono of Corrimal 'a oldost identities \
in tho porson of Mr. Charles Cooper \ '
passed away on Monday, morning jn' f
tho Wollongong Hospital. Tho doccaacd f
who had roaohed tho ago o'f (tt yean }
was employed on the Mt. Koira aeri*
tion road work. Ho sollapsed at work
vyol'nngong Hospital. He never ie.
gainod consciousness and died on tls
day stated. He loaves a wife and
grown .up family. The remains w-ro
laid to rest in the Corrimal R.O. come
At tho age of 78 years, Mr. Martin
was being convoyed to the Bulli Hos
pital, and had just entored the gaton
of -the institution when he passed away.
ITe was check woighman for a great
numbor of years at South Bnlli mine,
yw»rs ago on account of ill health. Ho
mourned by three sons and two daugh
---
Obituary.
Timothy Taylor, who had been em-
ployed as a deputy at the Metropolitan
Colliery, Helensburgh, up to September
of last year, passed away last Monday
at his residence at Newtown. The de-
ceased had resided at Helensburgh for
over 30 years, and leaves a wife and
grown up family, to whom all Helens-
burgh extends its sympathy.
One of Corrimal's oldest identities
in the person of Mr. Charles Cooper
passed away on Monday morning in
the Wollongong Hospital. The deceased
who had reached the age of 63 years,
was employed on the Mt. Keira devia-
tion road work. He collapsed at work
Wollongong Hospital. He never re-
gained consciousness and died on the
day stated. He leaves a wife and
grown up family. The remains were
laid to rest in the Corrimal R.C. ceme-
At the age of 78 years, Mr. Martin
was being conveyed to the Bulli Hos-
pital, and had just entered the gates
of the institution when he passed away.
He was check weighman for a great
number of years at South Bulli mine,
years ago on account of ill health. He
mourned by three sons and two daugh-
OBITUARY. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Friday 5 October 1923 [Issue No.39] page 2 2017-06-19 13:52 Mr. Jamos Barnett, an old and »
pectod residont of Helensburgh, B
years of age, died suddenly while on IB
way home from the Post Office on fir ,
day morning last. The fnneial on S®.
day was well attonded.
Mr. William Abigail, known to all oli
travellors on the Illawarra line as J®
of the morning and evening pajswpj
trains between Kiama and Sydney)'1
vice vorsa, died at his homo at Kiss
on Tuesday night. Tho dewwd
over 40 years' service as a rail»V
guard, and spont practically the » '
of that time on the Ulawarra me
passing of genial ' 'Bill'- Abigail
cause many a regrot among the o
peoplo of the district.
Mr. James Barnett, an old and re-
pected resident of Helensburgh, 69
years of age, died suddenly while on his
way home from the Post Office on Fri-
day morning last. The funeral on Sun-
day was well attended.
Mr. William Abigail, known to all old
travellers on the Illawarra line as guard
of the morning and evening passenger
trains between Kiama and Sydney, and
vice versa, died at his home at Kiama
on Tuesday night. The deceased had
over 40 years' service as a railway
guard, and spent practically the whole
of that time on the Illawarra line. The
passing of genial "Bill" Abigail will
cause many a regret among the older
people of the district.
HELENSBURGH (Article), South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954), Friday 26 April 1918 [Issue No.17] page 9 2017-06-19 13:46 Lady members of the Red Cross Jiavo
Get your Red Cross badge from the sec
Mr. and Mrs. T. Stanley, North Helens
burgh. Another son lias been away al
Cards were received last mail from;
Private Joseph and Sergt. James Bar
nett, who are both 'prisoners of war in.
in several places. Information lias been
who then went for stretcher bearers. In.
is ^concluded that he has greatly 'improv-
Sergt Little and Corpl. Morrisby ad
Church Hall last Thursday, and explain
ed the new recruiting scheme. It was ex
plajned that the local committees were
operation, it was pointed out that a re
connection with returned soldiers or de
pendents of soldiers under the notice of ' ?
the department for prompt consideration;
The local post office ran out of appli
cation forms in connection with the vrar
The prescribed form was not abso
lutely necessary, so the shortage should'
not have debarred anyone wanting to in
The mine has again been at work ev
ery day. Somedelays have occurred wait
Messrs. Parsons and Sweeney, execu
j week in connection with local grievances
Lady members of the Red Cross have
Get your Red Cross badge from the sec-
Mr. and Mrs. T. Stanley, North Helens-
burgh. Another son has been away al-
Cards were received last mail from
Private Joseph and Sergt. James Bar-
nett, who are both prisoners of war in
in several places. Information has been
who then went for stretcher bearers. In
is concluded that he has greatly improv-
Sergt Little and Corpl. Morrisby ad-
Church Hall last Thursday, and explain-
ed the new recruiting scheme. It was ex-
plained that the local committees were
operation, it was pointed out that a re-
connection with returned soldiers or de-
pendents of soldiers under the notice of
the department for prompt consideration
The local post office ran out of appli-
cation forms in connection with the war
The prescribed form was not abso-
lutely necessary, so the shortage should
not have debarred anyone wanting to in-
The mine has again been at work ev-
ery day. Some delays have occurred wait-
Messrs. Parsons and Sweeney, execu-
week in connection with local grievances
HELENSBURGH (Article), South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954), Friday 25 June 1920 [Issue No.26] page 5 2017-06-19 13:38 » ? ?
(Our Correspondent- )
Football games to' be played on Sat
uiday, 26th: Thistles v. Hejensburgh;
Bluebells v. Waratahs. Juveniles: Los
v* Simpson's.
Tlie old-age pensioners and a few
Prince, had the satisfaction of coming ?
in -contact with one of his bodyguard,
some of his friends, the Atkinson fam
and wounded 5 times.- He has been , with
the Prince to Canada and U.S. A. , and
The new picture show ' company is
July , on behalf of the Patriotic Com
: The Town Band is holding a social
on the 9th to- raise funds for instru
ments, music, etc. ' ? : s ?
probably the same who- helped them
selves to the. stopbutt, has now started
to cut down the telephone line on - the
rifle ranjge. Pity they could not be
for a while, for sure. ? - '?
The miners here will have a 'short
pay ; this time, as they worked only two
days last week, Mjonday and Tuesday.
A large number of well-wishers as
evening- for the purpose of welcoming
home Private Morgan- Powell, of the
had arrived in Sydney son. 'EViday1 by
the s.s. Hororata, after a nine Weeks'
passage. Sergt. James Barnett propos
his bride, and was supported' by Mr.
Torn1 Ryan, who spoke in! high praise
for a long while; Tie also recalled ; tte
send-off given -him a few' years1 'ago,
when he went away t ' give the btfps &
and stated that he met his wife just- a
little while after lie arrived on Salis
the war, and lie thought she richly de
jjbook in their welfare, hence the match.
Mrs. Ryan provided an excellent sup
per and refreshments and- a musical ev
ening followed. Songs were suhg hy ex
Sergt. J. Barnett, 'Mr. H. Freebairn,
senr., -Mrs. 6.- Ludc, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs.
Goodwin, and others- Mr. and Mrs. Ry
thanks lor their kindness, and, after
cheers '- ^^had been ^ given ' fw Mr. ami
Mrs Powell, everyone' went home after
(Our Correspondent. )
Football games to be played on Sat-
urday, 26th: Thistles v. Hejensburgh;
Bluebells v. Waratahs. Juveniles: Los-
v. Simpson's.
The old-age pensioners and a few
Prince, had the satisfaction of coming
in contact with one of his bodyguard,
some of his friends, the Atkinson fam-
and wounded 5 times. He has been with
The new picture show company is
July on behalf of the Patriotic Com-
The Town Band is holding a social
on the 9th to raise funds for instru-
ments, music, etc.
probably the same who helped them-
selves to the stopbutt, has now started
to cut down the telephone line on the
rifle range. Pity they could not be
for a while for sure.
The miners here will have a short
pay this time, as they worked only two
days last week, Monday and Tuesday.
A large number of well-wishers as-
evening for the purpose of welcoming
home Private Morgan Powell, of the
had arrived in Sydney on Friday by
the s.s. Hororata, after a nine weeks'
passage. Sergt. James Barnett propos-
his bride, and was supported by Mr.
Tom Ryan, who spoke in high praise
for a long while; he also recalled the
send-off given him a few years ago,
when he went away to give the boys a
and stated that he met his wife just a
little while after he arrived on Salis-
the war, and he thought she richly de-
took in their welfare, hence the match.
Mrs. Ryan provided an excellent sup-
per and refreshments and a musical ev-
ening followed. Songs were sung by ex-
Sergt. J. Barnett, Mr. H. Freebairn,
senr., Mrs. G. Luck, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs.
Goodwin, and others. Mr. and Mrs. Ry-
thanks for their kindness, and, after
cheers had been given for Mr. and
Mrs Powell, everyone went home after
HELENSBURGH (Article), South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954), Friday 3 January 1919 [Issue No.1] page 15 2017-06-19 13:26 . ? ? ? — '
fOnr Correspondent.)
time wheu hostilities ceased), Privates
F. Harper and T. Weekes. Private Har
per was confined in the quarantine area ?
Weekes has lost one haud as a result
on ills arrival in Sydney on Tuesday.
J. te. U. Mtiuiews, -VUU wau W UU11UW1 ab
Turks, arrived in Sydney on Boxing pay.
He was welcomed back the same even
Cables have been received by MK J.
Barnett, notifying the arrival in Eng
James Barnett. Both have been prisoners ^
of war in Germany. Tlie latter was seri- i
ously wounded when taken by the ene
my. '' M
Crowds of visitors have been on Stan
well and other local beaches during the -7-^
holidays. ' ';?%
On Boxing Day several surfers on re- ij
turning to the dressing sheds found that 4^
Money and articles of jewellery were :\i;
missing. Most of it was recovered by ;
the local police later. Boys are report
ed- to be the culprits on this occasion.
An additional screen is also being plac
work is being proceeded with in connec
coal, which is some considerable dis
tance above tbe seam now being work
B Grade Competitions resulted as fol- g
lows: B. Grade, S. Cambridge, hep. 14, I
total points 147, -1st prize; G. Kinnell, 5
scratch, 142, second; G. Gardiner, four ?
points, 141, third; H. Fackender, 10 pts.„ |
135, fourth. A Grade: Dr. F. W. Cos, 13 ^
points, 128, first; I. J. Morgan, scratch,''^*'
123, second; G. B. Read, 21 points, 122, : i
third. I
The annual meeting of the Helens- j*
burgh Branch of the I.N. Foresters was j
held on Monday. Officers elected were :
Chief Ranger, Bro. M. Ireland; Sub- |
chief, Bro. J. Crowe; secretary, Bro. 0. J
Doyle; treasurer, Bro.. J. Robinson ; au- »l|
ditors, W. Thompson and. J. Crowe. Tin; jg
secretary was appointed as the socie- J|
ty's representative on the local section- -'||
a*l committee for repatriation. It was
decided to hold the annual ball in March. ||
(Our Correspondent.)
time when hostilities ceased), Privates
F. Harper and T. Weekes. Private Har-
per was confined in the quarantine area
Weekes has lost one hand as a result
on his arrival in Sydney on Tuesday.
Pte. C. Matthews, who was wounded at
Turks, arrived in Sydney on Boxing Day.
He was welcomed back the same even-
Cables have been received by Mr. J.
Barnett, notifying the arrival in Eng-
James Barnett. Both have been prisoners
of war in Germany. The latter was seri-
ously wounded when taken by the ene-
my.
Crowds of visitors have been on Stan-
well and other local beaches during the
holidays.
On Boxing Day several surfers on re-
turning to the dressing sheds found that
Money and articles of jewellery were
missing. Most of it was recovered by
the local police later. Boys are report-
ed to be the culprits on this occasion.
An additional screen is also being plac-
work is being proceeded with in connec-
coal, which is some considerable did-
tance above the seam now being work-
B Grade Competitions resulted as fol-
lows: B. Grade, S. Cambridge, hcp. 14,
total points 147, 1st prize; G. Kinnell,
scratch, 142, second; G. Gardiner, four
points, 141, third; H. Fackender, 10 pts.
135, fourth. A Grade: Dr. F. W. Cox, 13
points, 128, first; I. J. Morgan, scratch,
123, second; G. B. Read, 21 points, 122,
third.
The annual meeting of the Helens-
burgh Branch of the I.N. Foresters was
held on Monday. Officers elected were
Chief Ranger, Bro. M. Ireland; Sub-
chief, Bro. J. Crowe; secretary, Bro. J
Doyle; treasurer, Bro. J. Robinson ; au-
ditors, W. Thompson and. J. Crowe. The
secretary was appointed as the socie-
ty's representative on the local section-
al committee for repatriation. It was
decided to hold the annual ball in March.

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