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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,468,069
2 NeilHamilton 3,066,956
3 noelwoodhouse 2,931,609
4 annmanley 2,239,776
5 John.F.Hall 2,158,102
...
744 ianmcn 41,862
745 Atwork9 41,847
746 pilatesking 41,775
747 midland1 41,567
748 rgs-greenslopes 41,432
749 RhylMDearden 41,358

41,567 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 4,830
April 2017 1,545
March 2017 2,633
February 2017 4,040
August 2016 97
July 2016 2,327
June 2016 1,159
May 2016 2,675
April 2016 2,744
March 2016 2,712
February 2016 2,865
January 2016 677
December 2015 3,957
November 2015 6,050
October 2015 3,256

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,468,038
2 NeilHamilton 3,066,956
3 noelwoodhouse 2,931,609
4 annmanley 2,239,706
5 John.F.Hall 2,158,097
...
742 ianmcn 41,862
743 Atwork9 41,847
744 pilatesking 41,775
745 midland1 41,567
746 rgs-greenslopes 41,402
747 RhylMDearden 41,358

41,567 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 4,830
April 2017 1,545
March 2017 2,633
February 2017 4,040
August 2016 97
July 2016 2,327
June 2016 1,159
May 2016 2,675
April 2016 2,744
March 2016 2,712
February 2016 2,865
January 2016 677
December 2015 3,957
November 2015 6,050
October 2015 3,256

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE DOCTOR'S PROTEGEE. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER VI—(Continued.) (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 December 1911 [Issue No.222] page 2 2017-05-29 18:27 Author of "The Baronet in Corduroy," "The Key of the Hely
House," King Stork of the Netherlands," "The Black Disc," &c.
na's lips what had happened. She i
once, end apparently missed each
Author of "The Baronet in Corduroy," "The Key of the Holy
House," "King Stork of the Netherlands," "The Black Disc," &c.
na's lips what had happened. She
once, and apparently missed each
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 December 1911 [Issue No.222] page 1 2017-05-29 18:24 HALF A CENTURY HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT LYSAGHT'S BRANDS OF CORRUGATED AND PLAIN IRON ARE STILL ON TOP. "ORB" AND "REDCLIFFE" FOR ROOFING
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 December 1911 [Issue No.222] page 1 2017-05-29 18:23 If dissatisfied with our goods, your money will he returned.
Note the Address : J. J. SNIGG, Barrack Street, Perth.
now Completed, thus making; the Moora Hotel Up-to-date in
Helena Vale
above Hostelry, after all absence of five years and hopes by strict
The Hotel has been-thoroughly renovated and re-furnished
Beautifully Coloured, Views of West Australia and Westralian.
Newsagents, Stationers and
Fremantle
pital for illness or Convalescence
Write---
Note the Address---
Midlands Adbertiser,
1 .3 5 HIGH STREET,
FREMANTLE
CELEBRATED
"
UNION"
Sole Agents for Western Australia---
(LATE OF BOULDER CITY)
First-Class Shoeing Smith. Agricultural Implements Repaired or Con
Briggs .& Rowland,
Removable and Dnrability.
Branches; Guildford, Kalamunda, Maylands, Kalgoorlie,
Buyers of Prime Live Stock of all kinds in large or small quantities 10
Under personal supervision we pav special attention of the

Terms and all particulars from---
Harmonious Word Thy Name is---
Representative at Moora F. R. PEARSON.

SANTA ROSA WINES
SNIGGS' CORNER, PERTH.
If dissatisfied with our goods, your money will be returned.
Moora Hotel.
now Completed, thus making the Moora Hotel Up-to-date in
Helena Vale Hotel,
above Hostelry, after an absence of five years and hopes by strict
The Hotel has been thoroughly renovated and re-furnished
Beautifully Coloured, Views of West Australia and Westralian
Newsagents, Stationers and Fancy Goods
Fremantle.
pital for Illness or Convalescence
Write-
Note the Address-
Midlands Advertiser,
FREMANTLE.
CELEBRATED "UNION"

Sole Agents for Western Australia-
(LATE OF BOULDER CITY),
First-Class Shoeing Smith. Agricultural Implements Repaired or Con-
Briggs & Rowland,
and Durability.
Removable
Branches; Guildford, Kalamunda, Maylands, Kalgoorlie, Menzies.
Buyers of Prime Live Stock of all kinds in large or small quantities toXXXXXX
Under personal supervision we pay special attention of the cutting and
despatch of Country XXXXXXXXXX
Terms and all particulars from-
Harmonious Word Thy Name is-
Representative at Moora ... ... F. R. PEARSON.
XXXXXXXX
WOOL, HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 22 December 1911 [Issue No.221] page 8 2017-05-29 17:57 WOOL, HIDE AND SKIN MARKET..
WeekL repon (15th 'ec.) of C
were held yesterday in. London,
cable advice showing a riBe of Jd to
per lb on all lines ; conseqaently
the 7,080 skins offered by as met
Super full wools (nominal) 6^-i to |
6|d per lb, medium 5£d 5| . r-ha \
and earthy, d51 io 5| ; -u .-r, |
\ to 5, fvl ' < -H ; ; !n . n \ •.> '
U 1 ■'> : I dfi i ■
-10: f ■ >"•' i v 4^ i ;
SU or ;j lis. liJ,• I L-I ;l.v , - o o i g.-l
2d i.j 2Jy-!, l.tin skills « to 5|ti.
H-llif--. I ' 1 1' l I LT I. \V».
pOSnd of v 1' .'(00 11 ' - ill :-(* i
Stout super per lb., 8^d to 9d ; do
medium, 5^1 to 6d ; light. 5d to 5Jd ;
kips, 5jd to 6d ; dry hides, 5^d to
6£d ; calf skins, Is to 3s each ; stout
6|d to 7£d.
came forward, and prices are un
Bet.t mixed in shipping order 27» 6d,
medium 26s to 26s lOd, broken pack
WOOL, HIDE AND SKIN MARKET.
Weeky report (15th Dec.) of C
were held yesterday in London,
cable advice showing a rise of ¼d to
½d per lb on all lines; consequently
the 7,080 skins offered by us met
Super full wools (nominal) 6¼d to
6¾d per lb, medium 5¼d to 5¾d. Red
and earthy, do. 5d to 5⅜d; XXXXXX
½ to ¾, 5d to 5½d; XXXXXXXX ½ to ¾,
4½d to 5d; XXXXXXXX 3¾d to
4½d; XXXXXXXXXXXX 4½d;
super pelts, 2½d to 3½d; XXXXXXXX
2d to 2½d, lambskins 4¾d to 5¾d.
Hides XXXXXXX we dis-
posed of over 500 hides. There is
Stout super per lb., 8½d to 9d; do
medium, 5¾d to 6d; light 5d to 5¼d;
kips, 5¼d to 6d; dry hides, 5½d to
6½d; calf skins, 1s to 3s each; stout
6¾d to 7½d.
came forward, and prices are un-
Best mixed in shipping order 27s 6d,
medium 26s to 26s 10d, broken pack-
GAZETTE NOTICES. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 22 December 1911 [Issue No.221] page 8 2017-05-29 17:36 and part Loo. 5183, 186 acres and
28tb inst.
and part Loc. 5183, 186 acres and
28th inst.
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 22 December 1911 [Issue No.221] page 8 2017-05-29 17:34 Sa*lce3*s9
to Announce that they will Start Business as BAKERS
MOOR A BAKERY:
The, Tt.jeh Musical Tone of the
PERTH. FRK.MANTI.l K • (J-1. • n.LIK
(J. W. CLARKE. MANAGER.)
PLANING, MOULDING and SAWMILLS. .
T^HIS old Established Business haB lately been Re-constracted
intention of the new Company to^Extend their Operations on Up-to
date Lines, and THEY are now opeu to Supply Timber and all
Requisites for Buildings of any class at a Straightrout Bedrock Quote.
same Guaranteed Correct. This wid be under the Personal Super
Funerals Conducted^ in any Part of the State
(Late Head Gutter Commercial Tailoring
with Cnion Labour.
SUITS FROM 14 15s.
To Avoid Xtnas Rush write now for
l-V'iiD-st Reef and Mottoii always on
band. .Small Goods Net.
OicL't- P .-■ni" y Amended ! o
Uleanliim- en- ivility Ensured.
T -P- '• SPRINGS
PIONLdf BAKERY.
Orders Promptly Forwarded,
"Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
Primest Heel and Mutton always on Hand,
All Kinds of Small Goods, including
Massey-H&rris Co. Ltd.
MINGENEW <fc DONGARBA
Give us a Call and you -will Save
MOOR A POST OFFICE. j
Outward Mule close at Moora Post |
Office as under
Perth \ 3 30 p.m. daily, addi
Fremantle ... i 'ion.il, Wednesdays and
Koojan... ■■ (. 'uesdays & Saturdays,
Wannamal ... ) ^ 3.30 p.m.
Gingin and 1 3.30 p.m. daily.
Mognmner ...)
Watheroo ...a
Oarnamah ... I
Three Springs... I 12.30 p.m. daily..
Mingenew j
Dongarra ...j
every Thursday, 6 p.m. .
Dandaragan ..A
Walebing ...1
and V 1 p.m. & Fndays.
Round Hill Die- J
tricts ... .. • J
Pablic Holidays mails close at noon
X-J AS Commenced Ba-inesa in
Padbcbf Stkket (Near the Dam).
G. Hiscox, *
Bottle Department a Special it v.
\A/"HEN you Buy a Light Sulky or
country roads you want eomethipg
who is noted for the -Neatness and
" Friendly Corresponds^ Circle.".
T"VO you want to exchange Pest
Friendly Correspondence Circle*.
Circle is tiie Formation of
• Pen and Paper Friendships,"
£OPIES of the " Midland Advertiser"
^ may be obtained from the under
mentioned agenta:—
Mr. B. P. Lanigan.
Mr. T. L.' Fullerton, and
News Agent, Hay St
Bookstall, Central Station. ,
- MIDLAND JUNCTION—
Railway Bookstall. ^
135 High Street
The terms ef subscription to the (> Mid
lands Advertiser" are as follows;—
(Payable in Adv&nee)
we wilPpost you a receipt for two years.
the reach at ail, and we shall be pleased to
to the usual custom. The Bootch maxim,
" Every little makes a muokle," applies
But it all depends upon that little Bub
ecription of yours.
Printed and published by E. B. Dunge?
for the proprietor, E. H. MxxwxnL, at
Western Australia
Bakers,
BEG to Announce that they will Start Business as BAKERS
MOORA BAKERY.
The Rich Musical Tone of the
Nicholson's Limited,
PERTH. FREMANTLE. KALGOORLIE.
(J. W. CLARKE, MANAGER.)
PLANING, MOULDING and SAWMILLS.
THIS old Established Business has lately been Re-constructed
intention of the new Company to Extend their Operations on Up-to-
date Lines, and THEY are now open to Supply Timber and all
Requisites for Buildings of any class at a Straight-out Bedrock Quote.
same Guaranteed Correct. This will be under the Personal Super-
Funerals Conducted in any Part of the State
(Late Head Cutter Commercial Tailoring
with Union Labour.
SUITS FROM £4 15s.
To Avoid Xmas Rush write now for
Primest Beef and Mutton always on
hand. Small Goods Net.
Orders Promptly Attended To
Cleanliness Civility Ensured.
THREE SPRINGS
PIONEER BAKERY.
Orders Promptly Forwarded.
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
Primest Beef and Mutton always on Hand,
Sausages.
Massey-Harris Co. Ltd.
CASH STORE,
MINGENEW & DONGARRA.
Give us a Call and you will Save
MOOR A POST OFFICE.
Outward Mails close at Moora Post
Office as under :-
Perth ... ... | 3.30 p.m. daily, addi-
Fremantle ... | ional, Wednesdays and
Koojan ... ... | Tuesdays & Saturdays,
Wannamal ... | ^3.30 p.m.
Gingin and ... | 3.30 p.m. daily.
Mogumber ... |
Watheroo ... |
Carnamah ... |
Three Springs... | 12.30 p.m. daily.
Mingenew ... |
Dongarra ... |
Geraldton ... |
every Thursday, 6 p.m.
Dandaragan ... |
Walebing ... |
and | 1 p.m. Tues. & Fridays.
Round Hill Dis- |
tricts ... ... |
Public Holidays mails close at noon
HAS Commenced Business in
Padbury Street (Near the Dam).
G. Hiscox,
Bottle Department a Speciality.
WHEN you Buy a Light Sulky or
country roads you want something
who is noted for the Neatness and
"Friendly Correspondence Circle."
DO you want to exchange Post-
Friendly Correspondence Circle.
Circle is the Formation of
"Pen and Paper Friendships,"
THE
COPIES of the "Midland Advertiser"
may be obtained from the under
mentioned agents:—
Mr. R. P. Lanigan.
Mr. T. L. Fullerton, and
News Agent, Hay St.
Bookstall, Central Station.
MIDLAND JUNCTION—
Railway Bookstall.
135 High Street.
The terms of subscription to the (Mid-
lands Advertiser" are as follows:—
(Payable in Advance)
we will post you a receipt for two years.
the reach at all, and we shall be pleased to
to the usual custom. The Scotch maxim,
"Every little makes a muckle," applies
grow in prosperity so the "Advertiser"
But it all depends upon that little sub-
scription of yours.
Printed and published by E. B. Dungey
for the proprietor, E. H. Maxwell, at
Western Australia.
STOCK MARKET. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 22 December 1911 [Issue No.221] page 8 2017-05-29 17:05 Messrs Dalgety and Co L* d ' « m *
as follows under date 15th Dl = mhe :
Since writing onr last repo t the
over BODply, both of cattle and sheep.
1,500 fat sheep were tamed out
snpply coming forward for the next
fortuight. Cattle were also easier,
prices receding ^1 to ^d per lb. The
country maikets for store cattle are
practically unchanged ; tbere is still
maiket was easier this week. Horses
comprised of ewes, weaners, arid a
The yarding was below the usnal at
We disposed of our yarding by auc
slips were yarded.. and for these
ruling oflate. Horses: Only medium
dem«nd for these was dull. We
quote—Imported merino rams to fonr
guineas, ewes from 9s to lis, others
lambs from 8s 61 to 8s 81, go>>d
fair condition to lis. Pigs: Slips
from 8s 61 to 10s 6d, snuller lines of
inferior sorts at lesser values. .Light
geldings from £5 10s to £9 10s. '
which were chmprised of breeding
being In full swing the yarding was
smaller than nsual and the attendance
of buyers was small, also. The
suited to the buyers' requirements
1000 sheep at satisfactory prie-s.
13s 9d, ewes to-lis, inferior sorts
from 6s to 7s 6d, lambs to 6s 81.
Pingelly Sale, 13eh December —
cleared the yarding at very satisfac
others at 10s 5d, one pen of eweB—a
LOa to 10s 7d, smaller lines inferior
from 7s 3d to lt)s 3d. one -pe'..' of
mixed shtea 8s, meriuo rams L eal
bied 2^ guineas; pigs to £2; ponies
— We report havi-g conducted a suc
well; there was very little competi
cows £5 5s to~£7 10s, fat steers £7,
Uorfcham Sale. 12th December.—
pige. There was only a small attend
Messrs Dalgety and Co Ltd report
as follows under date 15th December:
Since writing our last report the
over supply, both of cattle and sheep.
1,500 fat sheep were turned out
supply coming forward for the next
fortnight. Cattle were also easier,
prices receding ¼d to ½d per lb. The
country markets for store cattle are
practically unchanged; there is still
market was easier this week. Horses
comprised of ewes, weaners, and a
The yarding was below the usual at
We disposed of our yarding by auc-
slips were yarded, and for these
ruling of late. Horses: Only medium
demand for these was dull. We
quote—Imported merino rams to four
guineas, ewes from 9s to 11s, others
lambs from 8s 6d to 8s 8d, good
fair condition to 11s. Pigs: Slips
from 8s 6d to 10s 6d, smaller lines of
inferior sorts at lesser values. Light
geldings from £5 10s to £9 10s.
which were comprised of breeding
being in full swing the yarding was
smaller than usual and the attendance
of buyers was small also. The
suited to the buyers' requirements,
1000 sheep at satisfactory prices.
13s 9d, ewes to 11s, inferior sorts
from 6s to 7s 6d, lambs to 6s 8d.
Pingelly Sale, 13th December —
cleared the yarding at very satisfac-
others at 10s 5d, one pen of ewes—a
10s to 10s 7d, smaller lines inferior
from 7s 3d to 10s 3d, one pen of
mixed sheep 8s, merino rams local
bred 2½ guineas; pigs to £2; ponies
— We report having conducted a suc-
well; there was very little competi-
cows £5 5s to £7 10s, fat steers £7,
Northam Sale. 12th December.—
pigs. There was only a small attend-
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 22 December 1911 [Issue No.221] page 8 2017-05-29 16:48 Commission, Insurance Land, Stock and Farmers1 Agent,
XJEENAN (late of Daniel White Co.) and Wakeham (late of W. Fair
Shop), as Blacksmiths, -Wheeiwrighs, Carriage Builders, Horse Shoers.
Carriage Painters and Renovators, Implement Makers, Builders of all j
descriptions of Heavy and Light Waggons (spring or otherwise), Buggies,.
Sulkies, Spring Carts, Drays—in fact anything from a Wheelbarrow to a j
-and with dispatch. . Charges reasonable. A trial solicited. Remember;
satisfaction and daring the whole time has not caused me the slightest
I consider it the best Binder on the market and strongly recom
mend those farmers about to purchase fcg have none but a WALTER
a. wood binder.
69 King Street, £erth.
THREt SPRINGS.
AGENTS FOR G. P. HARRIS," SCARFE & CO. LTD..
IKE WALLACE,
Auctioneer, Land, Commission, and Forwarding Agent
AGENT FOR- MASSEY-H ARRIS MACHINERY,
CLTJTTERBUOK BROS., Geraldton,
This Clixost:
and we can supply ^
Xmas Cards I Xmas Presents ! 1
Order Early aqd get the first choice as there will be a big demand
STATIONERS, FREMANTLE
Commission, Insurance, Land, Stock and Farmers' Agent,
HEENAN (late of Daniel White Co.) and Wakeham (late of W. Fair-
Shop), as Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, Carriage Builders, Horse Shoers.
Carriage Painters and Renovators, Implement Makers, Builders of all
descriptions of Heavy and Light Waggons (spring or otherwise), Buggies,
Sulkies, Spring Carts, Drays—in fact anything from a Wheelbarrow to a
and with dispatch. Charges reasonable. A trial solicited. Remember
satisfaction and during the whole time has not caused me the slightest
I consider it the best Binder on the market and strongly recom-
mend those farmers about to purchase to have none but a WALTER
A. WOOD BINDER.
69 King Street, Perth.
THREE SPRINGS.
AGENTS FOR G. P. HARRIS, SCARFE & CO. LTD.,
IKE WALLACE, Three Springs,
Auctioneer, Land, Commission, and Forwarding Agent.
CLUTTERBUCK BROS., Geraldton,
This Christmas.
and we can supply
Xmas Cards! Xmas Presents!!
Order Early and get the first choice as there will be a big demand
STATIONERS, FREMANTLE.
STILL WILLING. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 22 December 1911 [Issue No.221] page 8 2017-05-29 16:38 In a great deal of trepidatioiii aud
man -called at the office of '-he father
Father was very busy,, and be sharp
. please, and then clear out.
I—I want to marry your daughter.*'
"Well, I'm busy, and can't he
ponded the father. "Go and ,ce her
"I've already- seen her mother,"
J; still" wish, sir, to marry your
daughter i-"' _ 1246.
In a great deal of trepidation, and
man called at the office of the father
Father was very busy, and be sharp
please, and then clear out.
I—I want to marry your daughter."
"Well, I'm busy, and can't be
troubled with small matters!" res-
ponded the father. "Go and see her
"I've already seen her mother,"
I still wish, sir, to marry your
daughter!" _ 1246.
THE BETTER PILL. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 22 December 1911 [Issue No.221] page 8 2017-05-29 16:35 always thought-* he was—ran up.
the man who thought, he wasn't,
-"very seedy 1 Worse than when I
saw you last 1"
"Nonsense !" ,crled the unfeeling
' "Fact !" affirmed the hypochon
Whole weeks !"
'*Then you're much better, old
the back. "£,ast time I saw you
you hadn't «Iept-for a month !"
always thought he was—ran up
the man who thought he wasn't,
"very seedy! Worse than when I
saw you last!"
"Nonsense !" cried the unfeeling
"Fact!" affirmed the hypochon-
whole weeks!"
"Then you're much better, old
the back. "Last time I saw you
you hadn't sIept for a month !"

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