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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,411,344
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,684
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,225
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,263
...
819 SEButler 36,861
820 neilgen1 36,827
821 michael.armstrong 36,792
822 midland1 36,737
823 villageview1 36,721
824 Peaceposter 36,717

36,737 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

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 4,411,313
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,684
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,155
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,258
...
817 herlingo 36,885
818 neilgen1 36,827
819 michael.armstrong 36,792
820 midland1 36,737
821 villageview1 36,721
822 Peaceposter 36,717

36,737 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

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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NORTH FREMANTLE MARKET. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 5 2017-04-11 17:02 5SS2 fat sbeep' and Iambs, 1500 stores,
47 cattle and 336 pigs came forward I
for sale. Included in the numbers j
were a quantity of rery plain lambs,
extra do to 23s 9J, good 16s to 17s,
light 12s to 15s, good stores lis,
extra p. and w. 18s to 25s, good lis
lo 16s, plain lis to 13s, stores 6s to
good lis to 12s, light 9s to lis. No de
Pork—Back fattera to 60s, baconers
to 37s 6d, medium 25s to 2Ss, stores
18s to 22s, slips lis to 16s.
Elder, Shenton and Co Ltd sold !
5882 fat sheep and Iambs, 1500 stores,
47 cattle and 336 pigs came forward
for sale. Included in the numbers
were a quantity of very plain lambs,
extra do to 23s 9d, good 16s to 17s,
light 12s to 15s, good stores 11s,
extra p. and w. 18s to 25s, good 11s
to 16s, plain 11s to 13s, stores 6s to
good 11s to 12s, light 9s to 11s. No de-
Pork—Back fatters to 60s, baconers
to 37s 6d, medium 25s to 28s, stores
18s to 22s, slips 11s to 16s.
Elder, Shenton and Co Ltd sold
CENTRALS v. PARKER'S XI. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 5 2017-04-11 16:58 CENTRALS v. PARKER'S XL
TAs Seen by L.W.P-1
One of the most enjoyable games ^
between Moora Central and Reg
Parker's XL The main feature of
the day was the sportsmanlike minner
tbe many amusing incidents -which
and the spectators were treated to ;
gome excellent cricket, while the score
the hero of the side and played cor
Captain Reg. also added a very use
ful L6. Others who assisted to swell
W. Lettington 18, G. Parsons 21 and
to mako 97 runs, mainly owing to
six wickets for 28 runs. Parker's XL
had a second try, but .vere evidently
fell with the score at 65. Scores
PARKER'S XL
T. Goggin ... ^
R. Parker (capt.) ... ™
A. Cook
R. Anderson ... ■■■ 30
C. Parsons... ••• • ■■■
W. Lettington ... 1®
A. Bedall • "
W. Kay 12
G. Hill ]
W. M'Pherson ... ■ *
A. Wintle ... ••• ®
Total 226
Goggin
Parker
A.Cook
Anderson ... ... • 9
Parsons ... ... 2
Lettington ... • •• *
Bedall 0
K-ay Vn
Hill
M'Pherson
Wintle
Sundries
A. M. Hay ton (capt.) ... 7
W. Sheridan ... * i
W. A. M'Namara ... ... ■■■ d
A. Mitchell ••• ■- r2
R. Cook 29
R. Edmondson ...
J. M'Namara — ••• ■■■ ,
R.Strang
P. W. Lyon
W. Pring ■■■
A. Saleeba ... ■■■ "
Sundries
Total
Just so surely as Xums time comes
from the « ftobur Tea' Co, and every j
another is a bushraugiag subject,
called «In Days of Old,' painted by
F. P. Mahoney, in the Sydney Gal
1 Stealing the Keys,' a picture by
say these pictures are about as per
fect as tbe printer's art can make
CENTRALS v. PARKER'S XI.
[As Seen by L.W.P]
One of the most enjoyable games
between Moora Central and Reg.
Parker's XI. The main feature of
the day was the sportsmanlike manner
the many amusing incidents which
some excellent cricket, while the score
the hero of the side and played cor-
Captain Reg. also added a very use-
ful 46. Others who assisted to swell
W. Lettington 18, C. Parsons 21 and
to make 97 runs, mainly owing to
six wickets for 28 runs. Parker's XI.
had a second try, but were evidently
fell with the score at 65. Scores:—
PARKER'S XI.
T. Goggin ... ... ... ... 86
R. Parker (capt.) ... ... ... 46
A. Cook ... ... ... ...
R. Anderson ... ... ... 30
C. Parsons... ... ... ... 21
W. Lettington ... ... ... 18
A. Bedall ... ... ... 2
W. Kay ... ... ... ... 12
G. Hill ... ... ... ... 1
W. M'Pherson ... ... ... 4
A. Wintle ... ... ... 0
Total ... ... ... 226
Goggin ... ... ... ... 5
Parker ... ... ... ... 3
A.Cook ... ... ... ... 7
Anderson ... ... ... ... 0
Parsons ... ... ... ... 3
Lettington ... ... ... 1
Bedall ... ... ... ... 0
Kay ... ... ... ... 27
Hill ... ... ... 12
M'Pherson ... ... ... 2
Wintle ... ... ... ... 0
Sundries ... ... ... 5
A. M. Hay ton (capt.) ... ... 7
W. Sheridan ... ... ... 4
W. A. M'Namara ... ... ... 3
A. Mitchell ... ... ... 22
R. Cook ... ... ... ... 29
R. Edmondson ... ... ... 8
J. M'Namara ... ... ... 4
R.Strang ... ... ... 1
P. W. Lyon ... ... ... 2
W. Pring ... ... ... 10
A. Saleeba ... ... ... 0
Sundries ... ... ... 7
Total ... ... ... 97
Just so surely as Xmas time comes
from the 'Robur Tea' Co, and every
another is a bushranging subject,
called 'In Days of Old,' painted by
F. P. Mahoney, in the Sydney Gal-
'Stealing the Keys,' a picture by
say these pictures are about as per-
fect as the printer's art can make
CRICKET NOTES. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 5 2017-04-11 16:42 Parker's XL will play a match
Moora. TeamB—Parker's Xr : R.
West End : J. Giralt fcapt.), Bishop,
D'Alton, Mnrray, Parser, S. Smith,
Wedgewood, Keatny, Longman.
Plains, at New Norcia, on. Saturday
J. Crampton, W. dheridau, E. R
Parker's XI. will play a match
Moora. Teams—Parker's XI : R.
West End : J. Giralt (capt.), Bishop,
D'Alton, Murray, Parser, S. Smith,
Wedgewood, Keamy, Longman.
Plains, at New Norcia, on Saturday
J. Crampton, W. Sheridan, E. R
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 5 2017-04-11 16:39 7th Dee., quotes for new season's
3a 10d.
Secretary for Agriculture Eour very
Frait Industries Commissioner en
titled 4 The Cultivation of the Olive,'
* The Cnltivation of the Fig,' 4 (grow
ing the passion Fruit,' and ■ Fumi
gation.' It waa the practice at one
experts, who would disseminate up
to-date information by the publica
action. Mr Moody has other pamph
interesting information, nnder the
headings of * Dairying,' by the Com
to Stock-breeders,' by the Chief In
spector of Stock, and questions affect
7th Dec., quotes for new season's
3s 10d.
Secretary for Agriculture four very
Fruit Industries Commissioner en-
titled 'The Cultivation of the Olive,'
'The Cultivation of the Fig,' '(Grow-
ing the passion Fruit,' and 'Fumi-
gation.' It was the practice at one
experts, who would disseminate up-
to-date information by the publica-
action. Mr Moody has other pamph-
interesting information, under the
headings of 'Dairying,' by the Com-
to Stock-breeders,' by the Chief In-
spector of Stock, and questions affect-
THE THREE SPRINGS HALL. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 5 2017-04-11 16:33 Was not a bit. of good.
They wanted something lastingi
So the.people who come after us
And did not mind the cost:
Nil Desteraxduh.
Was not a bit of good.
They wanted something lasting,
So the people who come after us
And did not mind the cost ;
Nil Desperendum.
THREE SPRINGS. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 5 2017-04-11 16:27 December. Mr Green, the pains
taking and popular teacher, is work
generally is. A concert and dance ■
distribute i for the benefit of the
Matter-* in connection with the
of the Agricultural Hall are proceed
Race Club will bB held on Saturday
hotel, when the election of office
the secretaryship. The clnb has a
when the Midland Co. or the Govern
member will not see au injustice
December. Mr Green, the pains-
taking and popular teacher, is work-
generally is. A concert and dance
distributed for the benefit of the
Matters in connection with the
of the Agricultural Hall are proceed-
Race Club will be held on Saturday
hotel, when the election of office-
the secretaryship. The club has a
when the Midland Co. or the Govern-
member will not see an injustice
GAZETTE NOTICES. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 5 2017-04-11 16:21 Laud open for Selection on 13th
6193, 160 acres, being R. M'Gee's
Giblefct'a forfeited homestead farm,
Land open for Selection on 13th
6493, 160 acres, being R. M'Gee's
Giblett's forfeited homestead farm,
MOORA PUBLIC HALL. DEPUTATION TO THE ROADS BOARD. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 5 2017-04-11 16:18 meeting, "waited on the Moora Road
hall and land st Moora, and provide
offices for the Board and n public
hall ^at the same time. Mr S.
object of the depute rion, and also
that the public, trustees and com
and to provide for interest and sink
five per cent., and sinking fnnd over
which under the newr Act niUBt be
last year's figures. The .calculation
Mr Bighop stated the Government
the old hall; the public had sub
three guarantors to whom £23 lGs Sd
waB still owing. He objected to the
Boad Board taking up tbe proposition
frequently requested by the com
mittee to put in'a claim for what they
done so. J£ the Board took over the
proposition Jthe old hall could be used
present, also supported the rpquest
it would receive the careful considera
see a budding put up worthy -of the
trade qf the coqntry to the eastward
being brought in by lines qf railway
for receiving them and withdrew,
meeting, waited on the Moora Road
hall and land at Moora, and provide
offices for the Board and public
hall at the same time. Mr S.
object of the deputation, and also
that the public, trustees and com-
and to provide for interest and sink-
five per cent., and sinking fund over
which under the new Act must be
last year's figures. The calculation
Mr Bishop stated the Government
the old hall; the public had sub-
three guarantors to whom £23 16s 8d
was still owing. He objected to the
Road Board taking up the proposition
frequently requested by the com-
mittee to put in a claim for what they
done so. If the Board took over the
proposition the old hall could be used
present, also supported the request
it would receive the careful considera-
see a building put up worthy of the
trade of the country to the eastward
being brought in by lines of railway
for receiving them and withdrew.
NEWS AND NOTES. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 4 2017-04-11 15:25 It is the intention of " Our Boys1
18tli inst. |
accepted the tender of H. E. Han
rahan, for renovations to the Min
On New Year's Dsy sports will be
held at Watlieroo. As will be seen
been issued. '
A public meeting is to he held at'
Saturday eveuing for the purpose of
discussing the question of the con
The committee of the Moora Hos-^
Galloway Race, Moora Hospital Han
dicap, Pony Rsce and Sheffield Han
in two bores in the Dalwallinu agri
tapped at a depth of 58 feet, is excel
over the sun+mer. Mr Johnson also
received a ssire stating that water
resulting so successfully.—41 New
firm and active with brisk competi
sorts, are 5 per cent higher. Cross
I yet commenced ; but a lot of stock i9
place, attended at the conrt house
8th iust.
events was drawn up. The gather
Dunigan Pool, on the Exmoor Es
for a eecond crop, and out of the
( shown £^80 for a season's cropping,
which is nearly what tfie
with a full house. Part of the even
i Co. The pictures were also shown at
Gringin and Mingenew during tho
saddlery, firearms, and general mer
goods are of equal quality to Aus
tralian manufacturers. To celetyrqte
the completion of his si^th year iq
prices that will place Ipgh class goods
It is the intention of "Our Boys'
18th inst.
accepted the tender of H. E. Han-
rahan, for renovations to the Min-
On New Year's Day sports will be
held at Watheroo. As will be seen
been issued.
A public meeting is to he held at
Saturday evening for the purpose of
discussing the question of the con-
The committee of the Moora Hos-
Galloway Race, Moora Hospital Han-
dicap, Pony Race and Sheffield Han-
in two bores in the Dalwallinu agri-
tapped at a depth of 58 feet, is excel-
over the summer. Mr Johnson also
received a wire stating that water
resulting so successfully."New
firm and active with brisk compete-
sorts, are 5 per cent higher. Cross-
yet commenced ; but a lot of stock is
place, attended at the court house
8th inst.
events was drawn up. The gather-
Dunigan Pool, on the Exmoor Es-
for a second crop, and out of the
shown £780 for a season's cropping,
which is nearly what the
with a full house. Part of the even-
Co. The pictures were also shown at
Gringin and Mingenew during the
saddlery, firearms, and general mer-
goods are of equal quality to Aus-
tralian manufacturers. To celebrate
the completion of his sixth year in
prices that will place high class goods
TARIFF REVISION. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 8 December 1911 [Issue No.219] page 4 2017-04-11 15:10 Protectionists years ago, «are not
to even Free Traders, and Protec
would show some signs of independ
ardent Protectionist this is bewilder
the demand end ? Is it with indus
tries as with children ? The pam
also in body. What if we are sap
our manufacturing classes and fos
sacrifices to encourage our second
producer. He has to buy practi
you. Were the population of Aus
products to even a very small pro
prices. The producer has cheer
in the confident belief that pros
Free Traders proclaim and pastp
entails much waste and often cor
Customs officials employed in non
together with many delays inci
dental to a Customs House in
; huge number of men in unproduc
of boundless resources, whose great
est need is men : men who are pro
review, and find if we are conduct
How are we benefitting by the Pro
tective policy ? Have we merely !
spoon feeding ? As a primary pro
been well advised to devote our ]
energies to the development of our i
natural resources, and allow the j
secondary industries to win their J
own way as the country progressed ? !
Protectionists years ago, are not
to even Free Traders, and Protec-
would show some signs of independ-
ardent Protectionist this is bewilder-
the demand end ? Is it with indus-
tries as with children ? The pam-
also in body. What if we are sap-
our manufacturing classes and fos-
sacrifices to encourage our second-
producer. He has to buy practi-
you. Were the population of Aus-
products to even a very small pro-
prices. The producer has cheer-
in the confident belief that pros-
Free Traders proclaim and pasto-
entails much waste and often cor-
Customs officials employed in non-
together with many delays inci-
dental to a Customs House in-
huge number of men in unproduc-
of boundless resources, whose great-
est need is men : men who are pro-
review, and find if we are conduct-
How are we benefitting by the Pro-
tective policy ? Have we merely
spoon feeding ? As a primary pro-
been well advised to devote our
energies to the development of our
natural resources, and allow the
secondary industries to win their
own way as the country progressed ?

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