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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,358,068
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,048
3 noelwoodhouse 2,838,294
4 annmanley 2,227,813
5 John.F.Hall 2,096,560

3,036,048 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 32,182
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 4,358,065
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,048
3 noelwoodhouse 2,838,294
4 annmanley 2,227,743
5 John.F.Hall 2,096,555

3,036,048 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 32,182
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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WAR MEMORIAL Landscape Beauty in Approach SCENE SHIFTING ON SITE (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 20 May 1936 [Issue No.2708] page 4 2017-03-25 16:52 AYAR MEMORIAL
bf landscape gardening yet attempted
at the . site of the Australian - War
forming the terraces which v will
gang of, workmen are battering the
The landscape treatment of the 35
ly: returned from a trip to Europe and
America where he studied the- latest
for the planting of trees W on the
son.-1 '¦?"¦¦¦.;¦
part" of thc landscape treatment;.have
been formed, this will have the'effect
of considerably widening-the:building
WAR MEMORIAL
of landscape gardening yet attempted
at the site of the Australian War
forming the terraces which will
gang of workmen are battering the
The landscape treatment of the 35-
ly returned from a trip to Europe and
America where he studied the latest
for the planting of trees on the
son.
part of the landscape treatment, have
been formed, this will have the effect
of considerably widening the building
MOTOR CYCLING Canberra Club's First Outing (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 3 2017-03-25 16:49 MOXOR CYCLING
The »newly-formed Canberra Motor I
.Cycle-Club held its first outdoor meet-}
ling during the week-end, when mem-
bers .engaged in a T.T. race of 12
miles over a course of 1 l-5th miles,
i , At the .inaugural meeting held on
Thursday, the following office bear-,
ers w.ere elected: President, "Mr. p.
'W. Parsons; secretary .and treasurer,',
Mr. J, Hurley: committee, .Messrs. W.
Barlow, W. Genge, and P. ,W. Par
'sons. . , ,
l It ,was stated that a number of .cups
I events amongst iclub members.
{The membership fee was ,fixed at
5/-, with '2/- entrance fee.
It was resolved to invite members'
of the Queanbeyan Motor.CyclenClub
at Bungendore HUÍ near Queanbeyan
on -Sunday next. , , , ... ,
' ;fThe T.T. Race held by the club wa.s
¡wonjby W. Barlow, Griing iR. Moore's,
¡Rudge. He completed 10 laps of the
¡course in 20-imtnutes. P.-<W. Par-
sons, on a new , 3,50 cc Velocette,
gained second, place in 20.35 min-,
with L. Marriott (350 ce B.S.A.)
third. » , *
MOTOR CYCLING
The newly-formed Canberra Motor
Cycle-Club held its first outdoor meet-
ing during the week-end, when mem-
bers engaged in a T.T. race of 12
miles over a course of 1 1-5th miles.
At the inaugural meeting held on
Thursday, the following office bear-
ers were elected: President, Mr. E.
W. Parsons; secretary and treasurer,
Mr. J. Hurley; committee, Messrs. W.
Barlow, W. Genge, and P. W. Par-
sons.
It was stated that a number of cups
events amongst club members.
The membership fee was fixed at
5/-, with 2/- entrance fee.
It was resolved to invite members
of the Queanbeyan Motor Cycle Club
at Bungendore Hill near Queanbeyan
on Sunday next.
The T.T. Race held by the club was
won by W. Barlow, riding R. Moore's
Rudge. He completed 10 laps of the
course in 20 minutes. P. W. Par-
sons, on a new 350 cc Velocette,
gained second place in 20.35 min.,
with L. Marriott (350 cc B.S.A.)
third.
PUBLIC SERVICE NOTES Branch Council. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 2 2017-03-25 16:45 state Conference of the C P S jClen
recently made that the PS Board
[monetary equivalent fci furlough due
at such age
system had been introduced dunng
discovery of many officers excels. ">
their classification and designation
The staff situation >n the Common
with the exception that therefwasa
dwindling number of adults,occupied
on junior duties
>>In. effect, < the existing policyj meant
that an additional burden.hadjbeen
placed upon older officers of the..ser-
vi ce, whose length of service ,'had
teen virtually reduced. Moreover,
a'-reduced pension or to defer ,their
pension,for a period after cessation
i m
'. >In .reply, it was stated that ithe
piesent system was the result of Gov-
ernmental policy: and that if consujw
by the. Government, the board would
be,bound to point out that it was,not
the original intention of the ,P,S. Act
the form of a bonus, on. retirement,
avail '< themselves of the privilege of,
A number of adults were still oc
.cupied on i junior duties and , confie
fluently 'facilities for the absorption ^
ox adults into adult positions wtte
One of _the most urgent social .prob-
lems at the,present time was.the per- -.
imánent employment cf youths. -W .
present.system of,granting twm
which was in accordance with tie ;
spirit of the ,P.S. y Act, increased'tie
opportunities for employment by,W
Commonwealth. Government of youtns
state Conference of the C.P.S. Cleri-
recently made that the P.S. Board
monetary equivalent for furlough due
at such age.
system had been introduced during
discovery of many officers excess in
their classification and designation.
The staff situation in the Common-
with the exception that there was a
dwindling number of adults occupied
on junior duties.
In effect, the existing policy meant
that an additional burden had been
placed upon older officers of the ser-
been virtually reduced. Moreover,
a reduced pension or to defer their
pension for a period after cessation

In reply, it was stated that the
present system was the result of Gov-
ernmental policy and that if consulted
by the Government, the board would
be bound to point out that it was not
the original intention of the P.S. Act
the form of a bonus on retirement,
avail themselves of the privilege of
A number of adults were still oc-
cupied on junior duties and conse-
quently facilities for the absorption
of adults into adult positions were
One of the most urgent social prob-
lems at the present time was the per-
manent employment of youths. The
present system of granting furlough
which was in accordance with the
spirit of the P.S. Act, increased the
opportunities for employment by the
Commonwealth Government of youths
PUBLIC SERVICE NOTES Branch Council. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 2 2017-03-25 16:40 Branch Council qf the C.P.S. Clerical
Association will be'held on Thursday
.week, at thetHotel.,Canberra. Coun-
cillors are asked to accept this pr¿.
liminary notice of meeting, ao 'that
they may make adequate arrange
ments to Jiave their department rep.
resented at'the meeting, it is hoped
ly have been rallier ' spasmodic will
make a special effort to attend. i
ensue regarding-the recent'notifica-
terior that a fee of 7/6 vvil! be
charged to ' those who pay tmotor
tee was ap¿>ointed_at the, last meeting
to survey tlus . position and furnish a
District 'Allowances.
in regard to specified gold field lo.
calities and . requested tije fCoiincilifo
an'increase in the district allowance
operating. After a review of J (¡he
position the High Council directtd
that the W.A. State Council be .ad-
required before it would agree to-the
lodging of-any claim to the Arbitra-
tor in-respect iQf i district allowances.
Restorations. ''
financial emergency cuts on seryice
salaries, has been put to the Govern
mont and a reply is now awaited In
pected tins year jn the way of grant-
vice Official forecasts m reviewing
o\ er £3 millions in lieu of the £17vflW
budgetted for In this ..connection |jt
a metropolitan daily in regard to tie
State service salaries It said -
¡"The restoration should not be a
should be directed by consideration«
of justice, rather than that of poll- i
tics There is little encouragement
to any public servant m theiknow
'ledge i that the posts to which he may
weaker will be his political pull |
are classed as 'highly paid' member?
of the public service, are very lowry
paid in comparison with tfiose doing
similar ^work in other employ A
more political than economical '
It is with the sentiment as express
ed m the above extract that servia.
oiganisations have continued the re-
quest for complete restoration, foi
lowing the partial restoration ii
1933
Furlc-ugh on -Retirement.
Branch Council of the C.P.S. Clerical
Association will be held on Thursday
week, at the Hotel Canberra. Coun-
cillors are asked to accept this pre
liminary notice of meeting, so that
they may make adequate arrange-
ments to have their department rep-
resented at the meeting. It is hoped
ly have been rather spasmodic will
make a special effort to attend.
ensue regarding the recent notifica-
terior that a fee of 7/6 will be
charged to those who pay motor
tee was appointed at the last meeting
to survey the position and furnish a
District Allowances.
in regard to specified gold field lo-
calities and requested the Council to
an increase in the district allowance
operating. After a review of the
position the High Council directed
that the W.A. State Council be ad-
required before it would agree to the
lodging of any claim to the Arbitra-
tor in respect of district allowances.
Restorations.
financial emergency cuts on service
salaries, has been put to the Govern-
ment and a reply is now awaited. In
pected this year in the way of grant-
vice. Official forecasts in reviewing
over £3 millions in lieu of the £17,000
budgetted for. In this connection it
a metropolitan daily in regard to the
State service salaries It said:—
"The restoration should not be a
should be directed by consideration
of justice, rather than that of poli-
tics. There is little encouragement
to any public servant in the know-
ledge that the posts to which he may
weaker will be his political pull. A
are classed as 'highly paid' members
of the public service, are very lowly
paid in comparison with those doing
similar work in other employ. A
more political than economical."
It is with the sentiment as express-
ed in the above extract that service
organisations have continued the re-
quest for complete restoration, fol-
lowing the partial restoration of
1933.
Furlough on Retirement.
BOILER ECONOMY Hospital Board Defers Decision (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 3 2017-03-25 16:32 Comparing the cost of ? fuel con- /
sumption, the report, stated that i.the '
would be: «Wood £7/15/-, coal £9/5/,
oil f20.
Automatic operation would -effect
burner as soon as > steam pressure
fell. .-it.
It would be .necessary to have an
case, but ? the time spent ¡ with oil
compared with the use of wood fuel. I
Mr. Evans said- that unless the men
at present ? employed could.be used
from ifaè'Dresent system.
- Mrs." jTillyard stated that the ex-
and imore comprehensive , report was,
to1 j be overtaxed, i thus losing 30 , per
cent, of its efficiency. He did not
think'that it would be advisable to
change'.over tro,,cpal or .pil -at this
[juncture.
On the motion of .Messrs. McFad
Comparing the cost of fuel con-
sumption, the report stated that the
would be: Wood £7/15/-, coal £9/5/,
of £20.
Automatic operation would effect
burner as soon as steam pressure
fell.
It would be necessary to have an
case, but the time spent with oil
compared with the use of wood fuel.
Mr. Evans said that unless the men
at present employed could be used
from the present system.
Mrs. Tillyard stated that the ex-
and more comprehensive report was
to be overtaxed, thus losing 30 per
cent. of its efficiency. He did not
think that it would be advisable to
change over to coal or oil at this
juncture.
On the motion of Messrs. McFad-
BOILER ECONOMY Hospital Board Defers Decision (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 3 2017-03-25 16:29 ' BOÏDER nE?ONöMY^
¡Hospital 'Board Refers
A .report on ithe proposal to con
^prtit'he present steam boiler at'the
hospital from wpod firing to coal or
oil was submitted by the r Department
of the Interior-at last .night's meet
înff of the Canberra Hospital Board,
matter until a later date..
initial cost*of installing oil fuel was
tlrovlsion .of« a .temporary steam ser-
vice while the work of -installing the
unit was.Joeing carried ,out. . /The cost
of ihstalliñg an automatic coal stoker
would be '£450. . ' '
Oll'fuel installation .involved! the
wovision of an underground tank
WhVà capacity*of 1,000 gallons.. This
could be used.as a source of supply
to Ettie kitchen if it were desired, at
any'^ time to instal any oil-firing
eqTne" automatic coal.i stoker- would
rccmire alterations 'to' the boiler
bonse'floor *and boiler front »and
I bunker. 'l1 '' . . . _ ~\
BOILER ECONOMY
Hospital Board Refers
A report on the proposal to con-
vert the present steam boiler at the
hospital from wood firing to coal or
oil was submitted by the Department
of the Interior at last night's meet-
ing of the Canberra Hospital Board,
matter until a later date.
initial cost of installing oil fuel was
provision of a temporary steam ser-
vice while the work of installing the
unit was being carried out. The cost
of installing an automatic coal stoker
would be £450.
Oil fuel installation involved the
provision of an underground tank
with a capacity of 1,000 gallons. This
could be used as a source of supply
to the kitchen if it were desired at
any time to instal any oil-firing
equipment.
The automatic coal stoker would
require alterations to the boiler
house floor and boiler front and
bunker.
LIGHT HORSE CAMP At Canberra in 1937 (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 3 2017-03-25 14:41 1LGHT HORSECAMP
for .the annual camp of the ÍSeventh
Light Horse -Regiment at).Canberra
various camp sites and areas «suitable .
for manoeuvres was .carried out.on,,
Sunday by the .Brigade-Major-(Cap-
tain Richardson), xhe Commanding'
Officer (Col.G.E. ¡Harris, M.C.), the
Adjutant (Captain A.jE. L.'Morgan),
giment. ?'.?.? .?',
i The visit of the officers coincided
with.the,annual- inspection of . the
and it is likely i that either Acton
selected. . >
llf the camp is held at Acton, the
rumbidgee River will »be used '. f ort
Mt. Ainshe-Majura area, the manou^
vres will' then take place in the Ma-
Duntroon. In this 'case the camp
troon. < - - - * - '
A tentative date has been fixed and>i
the men wilhprobablybe under can
vasi for-eight days commencing in the
third week ,in March. . ' <*
Approximately .250 men, of all ranks
and detachments will be,involved, ana
in addition the ^Fourth Cavalry Bri-
days will be devoted to.erecting and
These exercises -will be carried our
for the regimental, camp.
and a sports meeting during i the-Sun-
' At the parade of the Canberra ,
for the RS.S.I.L.A. (Efficiency Tro-
phy. lTrooper W. ;Kinnane won the
McCauley. while Troopers G. Day and
phies " for perpetual competition
that they will be presented > to the
Sabce Troop which is chosen to re-
Machine Gun -section representing
the Regiment at the-Lord Forster Cup
Six sabre troops'and four machine
matches 'and \represeni- the various
LIGHT HORSE CAMP
for the annual camp of the Seventh
Light Horse Regiment at Canberra
various camp sites and areas suitable
for manoeuvres was carried out on
Sunday by the Brigade-Major-(Cap-
tain Richardson), the Commanding
Officer (Col.G.E. Harris, M.C.), the
Adjutant (Captain A. E. L. Morgan),
giment.
The visit of the officers coincided
with the annual inspection of the
and it is likely that either Acton
selected.
lf the camp is held at Acton, the
Mt. Ainshe-Majura area, the manou-
vres will then take place in the Ma-
Duntroon. In this case the camp
troon.
A tentative date has been fixed and
the men will probably be under can-
vas for eight days commencing in the
third week in March.
Approximately 250 men, of all ranks
and detachments will be involved, and
in addition the Fourth Cavalry Bri-
days will be devoted to erecting and
These exercises will be carried our
for the regimental camp.
and a sports meeting during the-Sun-
At the parade of the Canberra
for the R.S.S.I.L.A. Efficiency Tro-
phy. Trooper W. Kinnane won the
McCauley, while Troopers G. Day and
phies for perpetual competition
that they will be presented to the
Sabre Troop which is chosen to re-
Machine Gun section representing
the Regiment at the Lord Forster Cup
Six sabre troops and four machine
matches and represent the various
HOSPITAL BOARD (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 2 2017-03-25 14:32 ./Accounts¡totalling i£315 jyferer.-passed
.for 'payment ?'. on ''the .motion of'Mr.
-Evans and Mrs. Tillyàrd.
.Mrs; rTillyard- drew,.'attention..to-the
rising cost- of-electric light^and. power,
and..said, that a .check should be made
on wasteful' use -'of .< these'".services.
It was ^decided to instruct the
matron to check -any waste ? - of . elec
triÖityAvhichcame-tö'her notice. ?'?
* ''I.'. . --.¡I.M ? '.?.. ? -TY "i- .?:'?.?-.:
.The -secretary ¡reported "that only
sufficient wood remained; for the: firing
of the'iboilers.tto'icarry the ? hospital
over one more day,-and i in reply vto a
question 'stated >? that there '.was only,
four tons' of ? woodn in ; the 'yard: ?'.- :The
contractor ¡ had .-not 'kept deliveries .up
to a reasonable margin of safety.'
'It was ; resolved'? on the-rnotion of
Messrs.. Greenvand; -McFadyen -tha*
another supplier be instrôicted to sup-
ply 50 tons of wood forthwith/and the
'Chairman'-was authorised : to order a
further- 50 tons if?'? found--necessary.
1 -An account ?' for wood : supplied' to the
institution, totalling £31/7/7; .was pass-
ed for payment', subject'to a deduction
of-12/6. ?: . - -?: ?;*:-.?.-..:?: . .;.
' It-was - resolved, to malte [application
for ? a further- advance * of £l;000. ' .Bx-:
penditure to April ..30 !had totalled
Accounts totalling £315 were passed
for payment on the motion of Mr.
Evans and Mrs. Tillyard.
Mrs. Tillyard drew attention to the
rising cost of electric light and power,
and said that a check should be made
on wasteful use of these services.
It was decided to instruct the
matron to check any waste of elec-
tricity which came to her notice.
The secretary reported that only
sufficient wood remained for the firing
of the boilers to carry the hospital
over one more day, and in reply to a
question stated that there was only
four tons of wood in the yard. The
contractor had not kept deliveries up
to a reasonable margin of safety.
It was resolved on the motion of
Messrs. Green and McFadyen that
another supplier be instructed to sup-
ply 50 tons of wood forthwith, and the
Chairman was authorised to order a
further 50 tons if found necessary.
An account for wood supplied to the
institution, totalling £31/7/7, was pass-
ed for payment subject to a deduction
of 12/6.
It was resolved to make application
for a further advance of £1,000. Ex-
penditure to April 30 had totalled
HOSPITAL BOARD (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 2 2017-03-25 14:27 Board was not entitled to'charge .for
where the.patient,electeditoihave spe-
cial treatment. It was for that > rea-
to the vote. -
'NEW EQUIPMENT t -ia «if.
-'-It i-was'resolved-'onithe recommenda-;
tion of the -medical 'superintendent
-that -steps . be 'taken '. -i to i purchase ia'
portable shadowjess -operating lamp
for use in' the, obstetric .ward, at ;an
estimated cost of £14/10/-;.an oxygen
tent, 37/6; and ¡the'secretary .was:inV
structed : to -secure : particulars .of -the
most suitable type.of.diathermy plant
'for use at the hospital..,, .^.i ¡.;
? i!-: 'ACCOUNTS <¡n,:-- .,..
Board was not entitled to charge for
where the patient elected to have spe-
cial treatment. It was for that rea-
to the vote.
NEW EQUIPMENT
It was resolved on the recommenda-
tion of the medical superintendent
that steps be taken to purchase a
portable shadowless operating lamp
for use in the obstetric ward, at an
estimated cost of £14/10/-; an oxygen
tent, 37/6; and the secretary was in-
structed to secure particulars of the
most suitable type of diathermy plant
for use at the hospital.
ACCOUNTS
HOSPITAL BOARD (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 19 May 1936 [Issue No.2707] page 2 2017-03-25 14:25 pital'Board held last night, when'Mr.
J. S. Crapp ^presided, the question of
ing receipt of a letter ¡-concerning a
recent case. '
Mr. McFadyen said that m his opi-
charge should'be .waived, although, the
patient «had not fulfilled ' the residen-
tial qualifications -necessary -for >free
block in the public interest, said Mrj
McFadyen, no charge should be made!
Mr. G T. Evans stated that under(
the-ordinance the Board'had no power
to waive, except in such cases as'in-j
ability to pay.had been satisfactorily
proved. This had not been done m
the case i in question. !
Mr. McFadyen stated that'he would
the account be waived." This was1
seconded'by i Mrs. R. J Tillyard. I
Mr. F. C. Green-said that he agreed
that residents of the Federal Terri-[
tory suffering fiom infectious diseases
should not ¡ be charged for treatment
before- the Board did not come .under
this heading, he .consideied that the
Board should collect the amount' if
iThe Chairman (Mr. J. S iCrapp) said
that he could not support-the motion
in .its present form, and suggested
over pending further -particulars ¡.be-
ing available. '. '
pital Board held last night, when Mr.
J. S. Crapp presided, the question of
ing receipt of a letter concerning a
recent case.
Mr. McFadyen said that in his opi-
charge should be waived, although the
patient had not fulfilled the residen-
tial qualifications necessary for free
block in the public interest, said Mr.
McFadyen, no charge should be made.
Mr. G. T. Evans stated that under
the ordinance the Board had no power
to waive, except in such cases as in-
ability to pay had been satisfactorily
proved. This had not been done in
the case in question.
Mr. McFadyen stated that he would
the account be waived." This was
seconded by Mrs. R. J. Tillyard.
Mr. F. C. Green said that he agreed
that residents of the Federal Terri-
tory suffering from infectious diseases
should not be charged for treatment
before the Board did not come under
this heading, he considered that the
Board should collect the amount if
The Chairman (Mr. J. S. Crapp) said
that he could not support the motion
in its present form, and suggested
over pending further particulars be-
ing available.

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