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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,233
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,973,619
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,777
...
527 gaymat 64,211
528 australianfootball.com-SPGC 63,895
529 ray-coffey 63,531
530 Midland7 63,421
531 greggiebear 63,258
532 FG3737 63,149

63,421 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 4,037
May 2017 15,361
April 2017 5,816
March 2017 7,480
February 2017 11,729
January 2017 299
July 2016 3,481
June 2016 6,599
May 2016 6,342
April 2016 100
March 2016 31
January 2016 456
December 2015 1,279
October 2015 411

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,202
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,973,619
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,772
...
524 gaymat 64,211
525 australianfootball.com-SPGC 63,895
526 ray-coffey 63,531
527 Midland7 63,421
528 lynell.charlton 63,332
529 greggiebear 63,251

63,421 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 4,037
May 2017 15,361
April 2017 5,816
March 2017 7,480
February 2017 11,729
January 2017 299
July 2016 3,481
June 2016 6,599
May 2016 6,342
April 2016 100
March 2016 31
January 2016 456
December 2015 1,279
October 2015 411

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Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 17:07 1st Maes commences at 5 a.m. 2nd Mass,
6.15 a.m, 3rd Mass, 7.15 a.m. 4Lh
Every Snnday at 6 p.m. Vespers Sung
with full Choir. Rosary and Benedic
On Saturday Evenings and Sunday Morn
AH the Divine Services are the same as
, MasBesst 5 a.m. and 5'45 a.m. A priest
Moora, 3 p.m.—Snnday School.
1st Mass commences at 5 a.m. 2nd Mass,
6.15 a.m, 3rd Mass, 7.15 a.m. 4th
Every Sunday at 6 p.m. Vespers Sung
with full Choir. Rosary and Benedic-
On Saturday Evenings and Sunday Morn-
All the Divine Services are the same as
Masses st 5 a.m. and 5.45 a.m. A priest
Moora, 3 p.m.—Sunday School.
WE EKLY CATTLE MARKET, COPLEY'S SIDING. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 17:02 WEEKLY CATT EE MARKET,
WEEKLY CATTLE MARKET,
WE EKLY CATTLE MARKET, COPLEY'S SIDING. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 17:01 WE EKLY G ATT EE MARKET,
COPLEY'S SIOINGr.
Associated Agents report 12tli
Norember :—
was beld yesterday. There was an
follows : Extra prima heavy weights
Port Hedland bullocks £l"2 12s 6d
to £13 2s 6i, prime heavy weights
to £11, do light weights £9 12s 6J to
£10 5a. Elder, Shenton and Co sold
WEEKLY CATT EE MARKET,
COPLEY'S SIDING.
Associated Agents report 12th
November :—
was held yesterday. There was an
follows : Extra prime heavy weights
Port Hedland bullocks £12 12s 6d
to £13 2s 6d, prime heavy weights
to £11, do light weights £9 12s 6d to
£10 5s. Elder, Shenton and Co sold
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 16:58 Don't forget that the 41 Midlands
Printing. The iocil printing office
will pii it von anjrhing from a
Vioitiug CarU to a Novei,*
Don't forget that the "Midlands
Printing. The local printing office
will print you anything from a
Visiting Card to a Novel.*
AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. MR O'MALLEY SPEAKS AT PORT AUGUSTA. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 16:57 great national enterprise—the trans
supreme occasions, prophetic of Aus
tralia's future gr atness, ^h'ch by
natural suggestion r> minds us of the
the world thai commenced about the
Tt was oil July 3rd, 1850. that the
6r-J sod was turned for the 16 miles
of railway between Sydney and Par
tr- Efic until September 26. 1855,57
complete the 16 mi'es of lino referred
to, I tru^t that this 1060 mi!e«
which is the inaileu effort iu railway
- V/ /
Afric, 22,905 ; North America,
Au-tralasia (including New Sealand),
20,000 ; world's total, 649,883 The
24,000 miles oE railway.
only four and a half million*, Aus
tralia's network of railwajs.is already
with ten times the population. To
great national enterprise—the trans-
supreme occasions, prophetic of Aus-
tralia's future greatness, which by
natural suggestion reminds us of the
the world that commenced about the
It was on July 3rd, 1850. that the
first sod was turned for the 16 miles
of railway between Sydney and Par-
traffic until September 26. 1855, 57
complete the 16 miles of line referred
to, I trust that this 1060 miles
which is the maiden effort in railway

Africa, 22,905 ; North America,
Australasia (including New Sealand),
20,000 ; world's total, 640,883 The
24,000 miles of railway.
only four and a half millions, Aus-
tralia's network of railways is already
with ten times the population. To-
MOORA LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 16:43 Board was held on Wednesday eve
The Commissioner of Health for
warded the report of Inspector Flem
ing, who recently visited Moara.
Mr J. Gook, in reply to a notice
gate as an entrance from the right
. street.—Bo *ra cannot accept offer.
attention of the Board to the neces
pnrpose.
It was decided to obtain a farther
must be* placed convenient to the
erected by Mr Walton were sub
The ,medical officer notified the
occurrence of two cases of ecarletina
Acconnts totalling £32 4s lid were
Board was held on Wednesday eve-
The Commissioner of Health for-
warded the report of Inspector Flem-
ing, who recently visited Moora.
Mr J. Cook, in reply to a notice
gate as an entrance from the right-
street.—Board cannot accept offer.
attention of the Board to the neces-
purpose.
It was decided to obtain a further
must be placed convenient to the
erected by Mr Walton were sub-
The medical officer notified the
occurrence of two cases of scarletina
Accounts totalling £32 4s 11d were
GINGIN CEMETERY BOARD. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 16:35 held on the 28th ult. Members pre
sent : Messrs J. E. Wedge (chairmm)
Correspondence.
on the subject, and it was unani
reVy unsatisfactory. It was decided
to forward the following resolution"
, Board wishes to inform the Hon.
• of the present" Board there are only
of the-old Board, which existed for
nine years without anything satis
factory being doue, and the other
declines to occupy a seat; and fur
thermore, in the event of the Min
either of these "two gentlemen, this
General.
by day labour was reported satisfac
It was decided to instruct the sur
A sab-committee consisting of the
Rsvs O'Halloran and Robins and
Messrs Wedge and Scott were ap
held on the 28th ult. Members pre-
sent : Messrs J. E. Wedge (chairman)
CORRESPONDENCE.
on the subject, and it was unani-
very unsatisfactory. It was decided
to forward the following resolution
Board wishes to inform the Hon.
of the present Board there are only
of the old Board, which existed for
nine years without anything satis-
factory being done, and the other
declines to occupy a seat ; and fur-
thermore, in the event of the Min-
either of these two gentlemen, this
GENERAL
by day labour was reported satisfac-
It was decided to instruct the sur-
A sub-committee consisting of the
Revs O'Halloran and Robins and
Messrs Wedge and Scott were ap-
MOORA TENNIS CLUB. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 16:25 • meeting of the Moora Tennis Clnb
attendance of enthusiasts were pre
resolved to form a working com
The ladies will be asked to pro
-hold a general meeting on the court :
-Hind have the club mapped out on
good lines. It is hoped a large num
had losseB during the past few weeks
Mongrels owned in the town are sup
meeting of the Moora Tennis Clnb
attendance of enthusiasts were pre-
resolved to form a working com-
The ladies will be asked to pro-
and have the club mapped out on
good lines. It is hoped a large num-
made by farmers and graziers in the
had losses during the past few weeks
Mongrels owned in the town are sup-
HERE AND THERE. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 5 2017-06-22 16:19 It i§^ ruxourel that Mr W. Lord,
late of the G /vernment Railways.
Kalgoorlie, has been appointed suc
cessor to Mr Stead, who has ac
cepted the position of General Man
ager of the Midlaud Railway.
Sir llarry Barron, at present Gov
ernor of Tasmania, has been ap
Constantinople, and it appeira as if
by the Greeks, and Scutari is be
seiged by the Montenegrins anct
Mr J. P. Martin, of Bourke, re
ports hiving struck a magnificent
supply of artesian water at Tvnen
feet, with a flow of 1,500,000 galls-,
mosthores at this depth. The first
The pre-barvest estimate of " The (
of 19.409,592 bushels from 2,181,853
20,352,720 bnshels from 2,190,782
per acre. While -there is a alight
indicated there should be au export
miiliou bashels The approximate
Kalgoorlie on Wednesday, the recom
six workmen were killed, their muti
I
of an immense mastodon (antide
in a remarkably good state of pre
servation- It is believed to be the
mammoth carried iu contradistinction
to the existing elephant has not de
cayed away. The tusks are 12^ft in
At the Sydney wool sales on Wed
Very keen competition ruled through
The British Government has ac
cepted the o5er of the Federated
fally-rquipped cruiser to the Royal
It is rumoured that Mr W. Lord,
late of the Government Railways.
Kalgoorlie, has been appointed suc-
cessor to Mr Stead, who has ac-
cepted the position of General Man-
ager of the Midland Railway.
Sir Harry Barron, at present Gov-
ernor of Tasmania, has been ap-
Constantinople, and it appears as if
by the Greeks, and Scutari is be-
seiged by the Montenegrins and
Mr J. P. Martin, of Bourke, re-
ports having struck a magnificent
supply of artesian water at Tinen-
feet, with a flow of 1,500,000 galls.
most bores at this depth. The first
The pre-harvest estimate of "The
of 19,409,592 bushels from 2,181,853
20,352,720 bushels from 2,190,782
per acre. While there is a slight
indicated there should be an export-
miiliou bushels. The approximate
Kalgoorlie on Wednesday, the recom-
six workmen were killed, their muti-
of an immense mastodon (antide-
in a remarkably good state of pre-
servation. It is believed to be the
mammoth carried in contradistinction
to the existing elephant has not de-
cayed away. The tusks are 12½ ft in
At the Sydney wool sales on Wed-
Very keen competition ruled through-
The British Government has ac-
cepted the offer of the Federated
fully-equipped cruiser to the Royal
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 15 November 1912 [Issue No.268] page 4 2017-06-22 15:53 'THREE Good Milking Cows.
'TENDERS wanted for Ringing
" Burrabidgy.'
Gardiner-strkkt, Moora. {Member Pro
. fesaional Musicians' Association.) Visits
J and Receives Pupils for Piano, Theory,
Balls, etc. : A11 Night, £2 2s: Outside
. Moora: Return Fare in Addition. Other
« Page.
Our City Letter ... ... ... 3 I
Moora Health Area ... ... ... 4 1
M > ira Local Boa>d of Health ... 4
T'ogin Cemetery Board ... ... 5
tit re aii-i There ... .. ... 5
<1 k«r' V - e-t ... ... — 5
4u8t< »i.au Kai'-^ayn ... ... b
Fa' stock Market
Church Notices ... ... ... >
Arrioo and Dudawa Farmers Asaooixtioo 6
Mingenew Notes ... ... ... t>
Midland Railway Employees'Picnic ... 6
Letters to the Editor ... ... 6" |
Wool Hides and SkinB ... ... 8
Moora District Hospital Fund
Irwin Road Board
The Methodist Church Synod
The
JHtUlatibs ahbcrttsef
THREE Good Milking Cows.
TENDERS wanted for Ringing
" Burrabidgy."
GARDINER-STREET, MOORA. (Member Pro-
fessional Musicians' Association.) Visits
and Receives Pupils for Piano, Theory,
Balls, etc. : All Night, £2 2s: Outside
Moora : Return Fare in Addition. Other
Page.
Our City Letter ... ... ... 3
Moora Health Area ... ... ... 4
Moora Local Board of Health ... 4
Gingin Cemetery Board ... ... 5
Here and There ... .. ... 5
Market Notes ... ... — 5
Australian Railways ... ... 5
Fa? stock Market ... ... ... 5
Church Notices ... ... ... 5
Arrino and Dudawa Farmers Association 6
Mingenew Notes ... ... ... 6
Midland Railway Employees' Picnic ... 6
Letters to the Editor ... ... 6
Wool Hides and Skins ... ... 8
Moora District Hospital Fund ... 8
Irwin Road Board ... ... ... 8
The Methodist Church Synod ... 8
THE
Midlands Advertiser

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