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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,659
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,972,781
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,777

3,078,265 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 9,405
May 2017 22,223
April 2017 8,466
March 2017 34,305
February 2017 44,262
January 2017 13,667
December 2016 33,281
November 2016 61,832
October 2016 4,594
September 2016 18,860
August 2016 17,572
July 2016 16,873
June 2016 34,240
May 2016 43,164
April 2016 20,596
March 2016 22,777
February 2016 30,008
January 2016 52,838
December 2015 51,589
November 2015 60,542
October 2015 37,145
September 2015 9,150
August 2015 48,889
July 2015 52,822
June 2015 33,346
May 2015 36,180
April 2015 51,031
March 2015 55,439
February 2015 84,359
January 2015 60,979
December 2014 55,154
November 2014 87,514
October 2014 63,293
September 2014 60,110
August 2014 64,229
July 2014 53,493
June 2014 51,404
May 2014 51,270
April 2014 56,447
March 2014 40,969
February 2014 33,308
January 2014 50,171
December 2013 46,257
November 2013 53,897
October 2013 34,049
September 2013 70,301
August 2013 71,235
July 2013 40,049
June 2013 54,700
May 2013 72,596
April 2013 66,076
March 2013 54,088
February 2013 49,892
January 2013 53,849
December 2012 65,047
November 2012 60,916
October 2012 45,521
September 2012 50,429
August 2012 50,781
July 2012 52,887
June 2012 50,683
May 2012 51,871
April 2012 51,523
March 2012 39,886
February 2012 46,422
January 2012 55,422
December 2011 36,132
November 2011 15,960

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,628
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,972,781
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,772

3,078,265 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 9,405
May 2017 22,223
April 2017 8,466
March 2017 34,305
February 2017 44,262
January 2017 13,667
December 2016 33,281
November 2016 61,832
October 2016 4,594
September 2016 18,860
August 2016 17,572
July 2016 16,873
June 2016 34,240
May 2016 43,164
April 2016 20,596
March 2016 22,777
February 2016 30,008
January 2016 52,838
December 2015 51,589
November 2015 60,542
October 2015 37,145
September 2015 9,150
August 2015 48,889
July 2015 52,822
June 2015 33,346
May 2015 36,180
April 2015 51,031
March 2015 55,439
February 2015 84,359
January 2015 60,979
December 2014 55,154
November 2014 87,514
October 2014 63,293
September 2014 60,110
August 2014 64,229
July 2014 53,493
June 2014 51,404
May 2014 51,270
April 2014 56,447
March 2014 40,969
February 2014 33,308
January 2014 50,171
December 2013 46,257
November 2013 53,897
October 2013 34,049
September 2013 70,301
August 2013 71,235
July 2013 40,049
June 2013 54,700
May 2013 72,596
April 2013 66,076
March 2013 54,088
February 2013 49,892
January 2013 53,849
December 2012 65,047
November 2012 60,916
October 2012 45,521
September 2012 50,429
August 2012 50,781
July 2012 52,887
June 2012 50,683
May 2012 51,871
April 2012 51,523
March 2012 39,886
February 2012 46,422
January 2012 55,422
December 2011 36,132
November 2011 15,960

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DOG SHOW At Old Acton Nursery (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Friday 27 November 1936 [Issue No.2872] page 2 2017-06-24 10:17 fd DQGv SHOW,
At: Old, Acton, Nursery
holdt their annual novelty-dog show
atvthe Old, Acton Nursery on Satur-
mony wilU be performed., by Sir
Geoffrey Whlskard at 2 p mi
Theie will be a i grand parade< of
will be Lady MacKenzle, Mrs Casey,
Mrs» Scullin, Col J T H Goodwin,
and Col. H,. E< Jones
Sections have been provided fpr
best dressed dog, performer of the<
best trjck,,dogs with the shortest and
longest tails, mo6t appealing eyes,
and the best beggar, Prizes will also.
be¡ awarded tfor the5 "mong,." with the
most inclusive pedigree, and fpr the
ii pup with the, shiniest coat, most ap-
tractive markings, while there wiP
r a}so be an,award fprjthe best hpme
i,made toy dog IJom^mad©«toy dogs
, will be on display, and there will be
I an afternoon tea booth
1 Lady Whiskard will present the
, prizes, and the winners will be par
acjed A record number of entries
has ,been received, some coming from
outlying districts as tar away as
Cooma and Bombala
215 at the gate, and'will be taken at
to 9 p m this evening A special
' prize will be given to the most down
and-out dog, but no entry fee is re
b quired '
DOG SHOW
At Old Acton Nursery
hold their annual novelty dog show
at the Old Acton Nursery on Satur-
mony will be performed by Sir
Geoffrey Whiskard at 2 p.m.
There will be a grand parade of
will be Lady MacKenzie, Mrs. Casey,
Mrs. Scullin, Col. J. T. H. Goodwin,
and Col. H. E. Jones.
Sections have been provided for
best dressed dog; performer of the
best trick; dogs with the shortest and
longest tails, most appealing eyes,
and the best beggar. Prizes will also
be awarded for the "mong," with the
most inclusive pedigree, and for the
pup with the shiniest coat, most ap-
tractive markings, while there will
also be an award for the best home
made toy dog. Home-made toy dogs
will be on display, and there will be
an afternoon tea booth.
Lady Whiskard will present the
prizes, and the winners will be par-
aded. A record number of entries
has been received, some coming from
outlying districts as far away as
Cooma and Bombala.
2.15 at the gate, and will be taken at
and at Carnall's Shop, Manuka, up
to 9 p.m. this evening. A special
prize will be given to the most down-
and-out dog, but no entry fee is re-
quired.
CITIZENS' WELFARE ASSOCIATION (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Friday 27 November 1936 [Issue No.2872] page 4 2017-06-24 10:12 -CFFIZENS'-WEfcîÊARE" 1
, ASSQCi^nqN j
A meeting,o? those interested in
the Citizens*, Welfare association to
asaW the Tnilitla ur.£t now being
formed in Canberra 1»y joinihg up
with the Citizens' W elf aie Associa-
te was held at Ho^fi Canberra last
night; ^Lleut.-Cofc Gpoöwin1' occupying
the chair. /
Colonel McDonald, was present and
urgency of forming I the committee
and of helping the^ïlitia through1 the
difficult times ahead."
It ' ü
*Lléüt.-Col. Goodwin* waa appointed
president of to« /new association,;
Meésrs. H. J. Ifllshie, A. E. Jackson,
and C. S Dalray,, vice-presidents; and
Messrs. W.i&éhby, "t. M. Shake-
speare, C. E./Rbacb, C. O. Andrews,
and. A. J. Paul' as committee, to be
supplemented/later by sugkèsttons
from the r var «pus, city organisations.
Mr E. H!/Marshall Wood -was ap-
The n«w committee was directed to
form a cjommittee of ladies for active
work in/ conjunction with the com
»»tt«6-' *_"? .---^T,
CITIZENS' WELFARE
ASSOCIATION
A meeting of those interested in
the Citizens' Welfare association to
assist the militia unit now being
formed in Canberra by joining up
with the Citizens' Welfare Associa-
te was held at Hotel Canberra last
night, Lieut.-Col. Goodwin occupying
the chair.
Colonel McDonald was present and
urgency of forming the committee
and of helping the militia through the
difficult times ahead.
Lieut-Col. Goodwin was appointed
president of the new association;
Meesrs. H. J. Filshie, A. E. Jackson,
and C. S. Daley, vice-presidents; and
Messrs. W. Bushby, T. M. Shake-
speare, C. E. Roach, C. O. Andrews,
and. A. J. Paul as committee, to be
supplemented later by suggestions
from the various city organisations.
Mr. E. H. Marshall Wood was ap-
The new committee was directed to
form a committee of ladies for active
work in conjunction with the com-
mittee.
BELLE OF NEW YORK Second Presentation (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Friday 27 November 1936 [Issue No.2872] page 4 2017-06-24 10:07 I ' 1 1 f -T"ínt ¡ li
In its second presentation qf the
York, ' at the Albert Hall lagt night,
the Canberra Amateur Oporatic So
ence ,
feet from curtain r^se and entered
creasing vigor
plause, and the principals Ivy Mar
opening night
audience His gunpowder plot*
l,role of a Bowery tough and a Pe'l
the spice of comedy
I Co ordination between the orches-
more noticeable
. The final performance will be given
on Saturday night, when 4 is expect-
with a full house
Production hag been1* in the hands
of Dr L W Nott, vwith Mr ,Les4->
Pogson as musical director,, and
Mrs Bi odie as pianiste^ Mtssj Vera
Sutton-Murray was»ther"ballet- mis(
tress and the caat^ include^ 89 pe%
.formers * f < $
In its second presentation of the
York," at the Albert Hall last night,
the Canberra Amateur Operatic So-
ence.
feet from curtain rise and entered
creasing vigor.
plause, and the principals Ivy Mar-
opening night.
audience. His "gunpowder plot"
role of a Bowery tough and a Pell
the spice of comedy.
Co-ordination between the orches-
more noticeable.
The final performance will be given
on Saturday night, when it is expect-
with a full house.
Production has been in the hands
of Dr. L. W. Nott, with Mr Les
Pogson as musical director, and
Mrs Brodie as pianiste. Miss Vera
Sutton-Murray was the ballet mis-
tress and the cast included 89 per-
formers.
FREER CASE (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 26 November 1936 [Issue No.2871] page 2 2017-06-24 09:17 ter in strict accordance' with the law
might if' necessary be proceeded
ter in strict accordance with the law
might if necessary be proceeded
FREER CASE (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 26 November 1936 [Issue No.2871] page 2 2017-06-24 09:17 "I have;.only tb' add,!' said thevMin.
."W-f
ister,; "thit I'.haye;iacted in,;the unatk
ter'Hn >strict:'acc'br<iance''with(theftlaw'
and' on ^definite in^orrhatiori; S They in
format ion 'is-;in, rio ''wiy auverseiy%<af
fectcd!byja"riy cpmniunications'irh'ave
received since the 'briginaV-actlbri!?':¦'.,!
am still in communication- with '..¦:.: the
Indian''Goyernment;' 'arid, 'if v;.. further
informal iori' conies to hand I will take
any additldrial action thal- I'deem ad
yisabley-"r" ;¦;''; ;.' ':¦'':;'.''; -;V"..:y'.yy
The Minister told .Mr. Brennan that
it ''would' riot;'bo .in trie public;interest
¦tb permit-'Mrs. Freer to'land in' Aus-
tralia" without prejudice s.o^ that she
'xhight . if' 'necessary' 'be '' i-prbceedeci
^against; in" an- open court. ;.?'.?' ' .;.¦?'
"A's' -Mrs".' Froer's ; case' had' already
'been reviewed -,by 'Cabinet.; he .said fri1':
f answer ""tb';Mi'." James,-' lt''woulcl riot'be''
regard ed' *as" 'a how" case if /she ' agai n
? sought''entry at'.another ''-Australian
'.court.!.',?'i,.';;, .?¦¦-...-.¦i..-'...-s;'_^^^..,k;';.,.jhas;
"j
th<
mc
PP!
th(
ba
gei
Lc;
qui
ga'<
tb;;
Lej
"I have only to add," said the Min-
ister, "that have acted in the mat-
ter in strict accordance' with the law
and on definite information, The in-
formation is in no way adversely, af-
fected by any communications I have
received since the original action. I
am still in communication with the
Indian Government, and if further
information comes to hand I will take
any additional action that I deem ad-
visable."
The Minister told Mr. Brennan that
it would not be in the public interest
to permit Mrs. Freer to land in Aus-
tralia without prejudice so that she
might if' necessary be proceeded
against in an open court.
As Mrs. Freer's case had already
been reviewed by Cabinet, he said in
answer to Mr. James, it would not be
regarded as a new case if she again
sought entry at another Australian
court.


FREER CASE (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 26 November 1936 [Issue No.2871] page 2 2017-06-24 09:10 port that ..additional information had
been received by??. the ': Government
concering. Mrs. ?recr, .whether,; it
.would- bc : mad.e available; tP. i.Mcmbers.
and the reasons if it were io be'^ith
held...:; ' \, ¦'¦'.;' :'\,..r"::x^'\:r.:KS^
The Minsiter- for thc Interior- (Mr.
Paterson) said he had ^received a tei'J
egrairi 'from a ¦'resident¦? bf \; Neutral¦
Bay.- endorsing theV Department's1 ac-
tion and in his 'letter'of'''-'?.¦acknow-
ledgement-,--' he" said .' 'that'7 although
there was ample 'in^orfma,tion, in the
possession > of' li is Department if.6 jus-
tify., his action;; he) was anxlpus;,to. ob-
tain as. much' corroboration' asY pos-
sible of "?that, informiktipn... j
port that additional information had
been received by the Government
concering Mrs. Freer, whether it
would be made available to Members
and the reasons if it were to be with-
held.
The Minsiter for the Interior (Mr.
Paterson) said he had received a tel-
egram from a resident of Neutral
Bay endorsing the Department's ac-
tion and in his letter of acknow-
ledgement, he said that although
there was ample information in the
possession of his Department to jus-
tify his action, he was anxious to ob-
tain as much corroboration as pos-
sible of that information.
DRILL HALL Establishment at Canberra CITIZENS' MEETING ON THURSDAY (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 25 November 1936 [Issue No.2870] page 3 2017-06-23 16:28 DRILL »ALL
TQ provide further facilities for the
'training of the Canberra Defence
'Unit, a drill hall i will shortly be conr
structed by the Defence Department}.
When established, the hall will be ¡
used as a bpys' club in addition to
being a training centre, 'and it will
also be used for social functions. .
Already 46 recruits have been en
(rolled, and a further enrolment will
expected» that the full complement ot
100 men will be obtaine~d.
Recently Col. R. T. MacDonaldi,
O.B.B., A.A., and Q.M.G-., 2nd I
Division, addressed ia - meeting« at j
zens' committee to "assist the military I
units in Canberra. ' Col. MacDonald !
will attend a further meeting at Hotel I
objects, of the committee will be fully J
ganise movements for the raising of j
pose of furnishing the proposed new,
drill hall. " I
DRILL HALL
To provide further facilities for the
training of the Canberra Defence
Unit, a drill hall will shortly be con-
structed by the Defence Department.
When established, the hall will be
used as a boys' club in addition to
being a training centre, and it will
also be used for social functions.
Already 46 recruits have been en-
rolled, and a further enrolment will
expected that the full complement of
100 men will be obtained.
Recently Col. R. T. MacDonald,
O.B.E., A.A., and Q.M.G., 2nd
Division, addressed a meeting at
zens' committee to assist the military
units in Canberra. Col. MacDonald
will attend a further meeting at Hotel
objects, of the committee will be fully
ganise movements for the raising of
pose of furnishing the proposed new
drill hall.
THE FREER CASE FURTHER QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT REVIEW URGED (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 25 November 1936 [Issue No.2870] page 1 2017-06-23 16:25 ¡ PARLIAMENT , 4 J
REVIEW URGED '
An emphatic denial that he , had
signed the papera for the exclusion
from Australia of Mis. M, M. Freer
without a full knowledge of the "case
Interior (Mr Paterson) in the House
After i of using to amend the Immi-
dictation tests to un'dcsirable immi-
position. t
Mr. James asked "As the Govern,
the Minister for the Interloi say
case will be treated as one for de.
cisión by the Cabinet?" Mr. Pater-
Freer case? If1 it has not been re-
ceived will the Prime Minister indi,
.made?
Literally1 hundreds of .letters critical
men and ministers' have expressed
any view of the master. ' ,
I good news," waa the cable sent to-day
to Mrs. Freer by Lieutenant Dewar.,
Lieut.. Dewar said he had cabled
AUCKLAND, -^Tuesday/
taken. ' i - '
WOMEN'S PROTEST '
ADELAIDE, Tuesday.^
The Federal Council of ;,the
Infringement of the British subjects'
PARLIAMENT
REVIEW URGED
An emphatic denial that he had
signed the papers for the exclusion
from Australia of Mrs. M. M. Freer
without a full knowledge of the case
Interior (Mr. Paterson) in the House
After refusing to amend the Immi-
dictation tests to undesirable immi-
position.
Mr. James asked "As the Govern-
the Minister for the Interior say
case will be treated as one for de-
cision by the Cabinet?" Mr. Pater-
Freer case? If it has not been re-
ceived will the Prime Minister indi-
made?
Literally hundreds of letters critical
men and ministers have expressed
any view of the matter.
good news," was the cable sent to-day
to Mrs. Freer by Lieutenant Dewar.
Lieut. Dewar said he had cabled
AUCKLAND, Tuesday.
taken.
WOMEN'S PROTEST
ADELAIDE, Tuesday.
The Federal Council of the
infringement of the British subjects'
POLICE OFFICER RETIRES Mr. W. J. Tandy Farewelled by Colleagues (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 25 November 1936 [Issue No.2870] page 4 2017-06-23 16:20 POLICE OFFICER RpTIRÉS
Mr. W. J. Tandy Farewellèd
by Colleagues |
Mr. W. J. Tandy ,of the Canberra]
leave of absence prior to retirement'
member of the Force, to . relinquish
dy's 11 years of service at Canbena
with the Commonwealth'Police Force
were 3made by the President of the
the Vicc-President (Mr. Hush), tho
good fellowship showq by his col-
vice would "aîways remain a priceless
mempry. He said that he would
probably now be classeu as an "old
buffer," but as far asthis health was
in the force for a few. years more."
During his residence , in Canberra,
POLICE OFFICER RETIRES
Mr. W. J. Tandy Farewelled
by Colleagues
Mr. W. J. Tandy ,of the Canberra
leave of absence prior to retirement
member of the Force, to relinquish
dy's 11 years of service at Canberra
with the Commonwealth Police Force
were made by the President of the
the Vice-President (Mr. Hush), the
good fellowship shown by his col-
vice would always remain a priceless
memory. He said that he would
probably now be classed as an "old
buffer," but as far as his health was
in the force for a few years more."
During his residence in Canberra,
SPRING SHOW REPORT Secretary Congratulated (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 25 November 1936 [Issue No.2870] page 4 2017-06-23 16:18 of the Horticultural Society of Can
oerra by Mr R H Siggins, bon
secretary, on uïonday night, revealed
"onditions preceding the recent
1935 effort
The meeting, at which Mr L O
Brown presided, congratulated Mr
tary, and also íeeorded its apprécia
tion to those who worked foi the
success of the function Particular
mentipn was made of the non-oom
Gardens Parliament House Gardens
and National . Library, all of which
the council expressed the hope tp re
tain as permanent features of fu
ture exhibitions
20, 1937 i
Monthly Show *
of the Horticultural Society of Can-
berra by Mr. R. H. Siggins, hon.
secretary, on Monday night, revealed
conditions preceding the recent
1935 effort.
The meeting, at which Mr. L. O.
Brown presided, congratulated Mr.
tary, and also recorded its apprecia-
tion to those who worked for the
success of the function. Particular
mention was made of the non-com-
Gardens. Parliament House Gardens
and National Library, all of which
the council expressed the hope to re-
tain as permanent features of fu-
ture exhibitions.
20, 1937.
Monthly Show.

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