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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
...
2824 mwhitten 6,757
2825 eevatt 6,752
2826 tmclean 6,752
2827 Peter33 6,750
2828 zwilsons 6,747
2829 Jan.Koivunen 6,744

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May 2017 925
April 2017 816
March 2017 852
February 2017 388
January 2017 271
December 2016 332
October 2016 163
September 2016 48
January 2016 8
September 2015 82
August 2015 105
July 2015 83
February 2015 1,431
January 2015 186
December 2014 30
November 2014 168
October 2014 588
September 2014 26
August 2014 82
June 2014 26
March 2014 82
February 2014 28
January 2014 30

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
...
2818 mwhitten 6,753
2819 eevatt 6,752
2820 tmclean 6,752
2821 Peter33 6,747
2822 zwilsons 6,745
2823 Jan.Koivunen 6,744

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May 2017 925
April 2017 816
March 2017 852
February 2017 388
January 2017 271
December 2016 332
October 2016 163
September 2016 45
January 2016 8
September 2015 82
August 2015 105
July 2015 83
February 2015 1,431
January 2015 186
December 2014 30
November 2014 168
October 2014 588
September 2014 26
August 2014 82
June 2014 26
March 2014 82
February 2014 28
January 2014 30

Hall o' fame ranking

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1 jaybee67 85,246
2 mickbrook 82,869
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 25,187
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
1375 nettiep 3
1376 NikkiNolan 3
1377 paul.stott 3
1378 Peter33 3
1379 rawlingsdc110 3
1380 raybrownii 3

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ECCLES—CEDDES. ROCKHAMPTON, April 27. (Article), The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956), Thursday 4 May 1933 [Issue No.175] page 22 2017-05-23 08:40 daughter of the late Mr. A. J. Geddee
and Mrs. Geddes, Forres Elgin, Cor
younger sou of the late Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Eecles, for both the bride .and j
friends in RockhamDton.
The ceremony web conducted by the
yesterday morning The church was
roBos and antignon.
charming in her bridal gown of mag
nolia sprigged taffeta, featuring a tight
flaring fully below the knees, and trim
med with soft folds of the same mate
the puffed sleeves. Her veil of Brus
sels lace, leut by Mrs. A. Pain, was
She curried a bouquet of pale pink
Frocks of eau de nil green, embroi
with bwatches °f pink and green velvet
Brisbane, and Miss Vera Geddes '(sis-
ter of the bride). They carried iiarly
Victorian posies in shades of pink tol
inn toll their frocks. |
Mr. Clem Geddes (the bride's cuu-j
Manslield was groomsman. |
Pink and green were thc colours'
chosen for the decorations at the wcd»[
ding breakfast, which was bcld at
Stcu art's Cafe. |
Mrs. Geddes (mother of the bride 1 1
wore a frock of navy maroeain with1
tune. She carried a bouquet of red
roses. |
Thc honeymoon will be spent in the
eteel buttons and a navy toque.
daughter of the late Mr. A. J. Geddes
and Mrs. Geddes, Forres Elgin, Cor-
younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Eccles, for both the bride and
friends in Rockhampton.
The ceremony was conducted by the
yesterday morning. The church was
roses and antignon.
charming in her bridal gown of mag-
nolia sprigged taffeta, featuring a tight-
flaring fully below the knees, and trim-
med with soft folds of the same mate-
the puffed sleeves. Her veil of Brus-
sels lace, lent by Mrs. A. Pain, was
She carried a bouquet of pale pink
Frocks of eau de nil green, embroi-
with swatches of pink and green velvet
Brisbane, and Miss Vera Geddes (sis-
ter of the bride). They carried early
match their frocks.
Mr. Clem Geddes (the bride's cou-
Manslield was groomsman.
Pink and green were the colours
chosen for the decorations at the wed-
ding breakfast, which was held at
Stewart's Cafe.
Mrs. Geddes (mother of the bride)
wore a frock of navy marocain with
tone. She carried a bouquet of red
roses.
The honeymoon will be spent in the
steel buttons and a navy toque.
WILKINSON—PARRY. ROCKHAMPTON, April 27. (Article), The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956), Thursday 4 May 1933 [Issue No.175] page 22 2017-05-23 08:29 TMf'KlTVMPTOV. April 27.
St. Paul's Cathedral made a digni
Dr. A. A. Tarry and Mrs. Parry, Fitz
G. Wilkinson, King street, Rock-;
hainpton, which ivas celebrated at 9
o'clock yesterday morning. The Rec
tor of St. Paul's (CanoD S. W. G. !
Frost) officiated and a largo congrega
The Cathedral was tastefully de
and dahlias and marigolds in tbe samei
?.liven a»'ay by lier brother, Dr. Trevor
A. Parry, the bride made a pretty pic
trre in her bridal jrnwji of mnrocain
inlrf with beautiful luce, swathed at the
vaUtliiie iiml (tni^licrl with a bow at the
lwr-k. and liiivini pufT sleeve? with small
frills at rlie. wrist«, and a tunic of
Limerii-k lace. Her f=oft tulle veil, ar
mnged with orange blossoms, was lent
tlie lovely pheaf bouquet which she
stfphanotis, eucharis lilies, and tulle.
Miss Vivienne Crank- was the only
bridesmaid and shn wore a dainty and
beeominjr frock of figured green geor
grtte. with a sectional skirt and puff
sleeves and a green velvet hat to match.
«triiitfftiftit#ftmi(ftcifrrffirttf,f(t. ?
the bride's mother (' lllillawa,' Fitzroy
slveet) nnd the customary toasts were
Northern train at middav to spend
travelled in a smart figured maroeain
with epaulettes on the shoulders fiuishuu
with ribbon and a red and green sec
r'd ribbon bows.
ROCKHAMPTON. April 27.
St. Paul's Cathedral made a digni-
Dr. A. A. Parry and Mrs. Parry, Fitz-
G. Wilkinson, King street, Rock-
hampton, which was celebrated at 9
o'clock yesterday morning. The Rec-
tor of St. Paul's (Canon S. W. G.
Frost) officiated and a large congrega-
The Cathedral was tastefully de-
and dahlias and marigolds in the same
Given away by her brother, Dr. Trevor
A. Parry, the bride made a pretty pic-
ture in her bridal gown of marocain
inlet with beautiful lace, swathed at the
waistline and finished with a bow at the
back, and having puff sleeves with small
frills at the wrists, and a tunic of
Limeriick lace. Her soft tulle veil, ar-
ranged with orange blossoms, was lent
the lovely sheaf bouquet which she
stephanotis, eucharis lilies, and tulle.
Miss Vivienne Crank was the only
bridesmaid and she wore a dainty and
becoming frock of figured green geor-
gette. with a sectional skirt and puff
sleeves and a green velvet hat to match.
the bride's mother ("Illillawa," Fitzroy-
street) and the customary toasts were
Northern train at midday to spend
travelled in a smart figured marocain
with epaulettes on the shoulders finished
with ribbon and a red and green sec-
red ribbon bows.
BRIDE-ELECT HONOURED (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Monday 10 April 1933 [Issue No.20,817] page 5 2017-05-19 15:19
PERSONAL (Article), The Beaudesert Times (Qld. : 1908 - 1954), Friday 4 April 1952 [Issue No.2275] page 5 2017-05-19 15:12 Aiso planning a motor trip to
Also planning a motor trip to
PERSONAL (Article), The Beaudesert Times (Qld. : 1908 - 1954), Friday 4 April 1952 [Issue No.2275] page 5 2017-05-19 15:11 Aisc planning a motor trip to
Syd' ..:y are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
L 3, who will leave on April 16th.
During Mr. Lewis's absence his busi
Aiso planning a motor trip to
Sydney are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lewis, who will leave on April 16th.
During Mr. Lewis's absence his busi-
SHOWER AFTERNOON (Article), The Beaudesert Times (Qld. : 1908 - 1954), Friday 25 September 1953 [Issue No.2352] page 3 2017-05-16 14:00 week about thirty ladies ac
at n shower afternoon, at
bowls of sweet peas and pop
tracked in .blue linen, to
.presented with a corsage of
Rose sang. Entertaining re
Mrs. A. W. Harrison, who .
so many obtained the cor
every good wish for happi
The guest of honour suit
; guest of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Nolan, . who entertained
about forty guests at a din
home. Frances was accom
George Lewis) and her sis
week about thirty ladies ac-
at a shower afternoon, at
bowls of sweet peas and pop-
frocked in blue linen, to
presented with a corsage of
Rose sang. Entertaining re-
Mrs. A. W. Harrison, who
so many obtained the cor-
every good wish for happi-
The guest of honour suit-
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Nolan, who entertained
about forty guests at a din-
home. Frances was accom-
George Lewis) and her sis-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Beaudesert Times (Qld. : 1908 - 1954), Friday 14 April 1950 [Issue No.2175] page 5 2017-05-16 11:10 HODGSON—' THURECHT: The en
HODGSON—THURECHT: The en-
HOUSE WARMING PARTY SURPRISE FOR MRS. HODGSON (Article), The Beaudesert Times (Qld. : 1908 - 1954), Friday 27 June 1952 [Issue No.2287] page 7 2017-05-16 10:46 — — 3
SURPRISE FOR MRS. (
HODGSON >
"Here We Are Again" in a va- ?
jriety of tones In her garden on 3
Saturday night, Mrs. H. Hodgson Jj
opened her front door to see a 3
truckload of stools, several mo- J
tor cars, and a body of ladles £
and gentlemen who immediately 3
invaded the house. 5
Mrs. Hodgson was delighted to 5
find that all these friends had gath- £
ered to wish her happiness In her v
new home, which replaced the one —
After the men of the party had p
found the most comfortable seats, 3
and the ladies had looked into every S
corner and under everything in the £
house, the party set about making 3
merry. S
First there was a little ceremony. £
All sang the song "Bless This House" 5
and Mrs. E. Lancaster recited an £
appropriate poem of her own com- Jj!
position and presented Mrs. Hodg- p
son with six lovely cups, saucers and 3
plates. 5
In the enjoyment that followed £
Mr. E. Lancaster was the life of the 5
party. There was community sing- £
ing, competitions, a dramatic reel- J
tation by Mrs. M. Seamer and a 5
humourous character recitation by ?
Jlrs. L. Keating, whilst Messrs. E. J
Lancaster, J. Aldridge and Col. ij
Waldron regaled the party with j|
funny stories. Competitions were J
won by Mrs. L. Keating, Mrs. D. i
Franklin and Miss Margaret Rich- J
ardson, whilst the contents of a i
mystery parcel finally went to Mr. 5
S. T. Driberg, each of whom graci- S
ously handed his or her winnings !
to the guest of honour. jj
At a suitable hour the ladies went 3
to the kitchen, opened a variety of 1
parcels and baskets, and produced 3
therefrom a delightful supper, after I

SURPRISE FOR MRS.
HODGSON
"Here We Are Again" in a va-
riety of tones In her garden on
Saturday night, Mrs. H. Hodgson
opened her front door to see a
truckload of stools, several mo-
tor cars, and a body of ladles
and gentlemen who immediately
invaded the house.
Mrs. Hodgson was delighted to
find that all these friends had gath-
ered to wish her happiness In her
new home, which replaced the one
After the men of the party had
found the most comfortable seats,
and the ladies had looked into every
corner and under everything in the
house, the party set about making
merry.
First there was a little ceremony.
All sang the song "Bless This House"
and Mrs. E. Lancaster recited an
appropriate poem of her own com-
position and presented Mrs. Hodg-
son with six lovely cups, saucers and
plates.
In the enjoyment that followed
Mr. E. Lancaster was the life of the
party. There was community sing-
ing, competitions, a dramatic reci-
tation by Mrs. M. Seamer and a
Mrs. L. Keating, whilst Messrs. E.
Lancaster, J. Aldridge and Col.
Waldron regaled the party with
funny stories. Competitions were
won by Mrs. L. Keating, Mrs. D.
Franklin and Miss Margaret Rich-
ardson, whilst the contents of a
mystery parcel finally went to Mr.
S. T. Driberg, each of whom graci-
ously handed his or her winnings
to the guest of honour.
At a suitable hour the ladies went
to the kitchen, opened a variety of
parcels and baskets, and produced
therefrom a delightful supper, after
FAREWELL PARTY (Article), The Beaudesert Times (Qld. : 1908 - 1954), Friday 24 April 1953 [Issue No.2330] page 9 2017-05-16 10:40 Ambulance Ladies' Commit
SouthporO.
was presented with a bou
parcel, \vhich eventually
found its way to Mrs. Hodg
old fishing-line and hook:-
health and- happiness in
that Mrs. Hoagson ha'd been
a resident of Eeaudesert for
for ten years. She had al
her bright nature and won
derful disposition. ,
Mesdames A. Dux, R. Hodg
son,. C. Kucks, L. Keating, J.
E. Berg.1 Apologies were re
Timms, T. Jurd,- G. A. Fer
Ambulance Ladies' Commit-
Southport.
was presented with a bou-
parcel, which eventually
found its way to Mrs. Hodg-
old fishing-line and hook.
health and happiness in
that Mrs. Hoagson had been
a resident of Beaudesert for
for ten years. She had al-
her bright nature and won-
derful disposition.
Mesdames A. Dux, R. Hodg-
son, C. Kucks, L. Keating, J.
E. Berg. Apologies were re-
Timms, T. Jurd, G. A. Fer-
DEATH OF MRS. P. HODGSON (Article), The Beaudesert Times (Qld. : 1908 - 1954), Friday 24 December 1954 [Issue No.2417] page 2 2017-05-16 10:11 P.HODGSON
The death occurred sud
denly Wednesday of Mrs- i
Percy Hodgson, of Nundah-
Mrs. Hodgson, who was;
known to &>mc Beaudesert-
of the late Mr.. Prank Hodg
The funeral will take-
(place today.
P. HODGSON
The death occurred sud-
denly Wednesday of Mrs.
Percy Hodgson, of Nundah.
Mrs. Hodgson, who was
known to some Beaudesert
of the late Mr. Prank Hodg-
The funeral will take
place today.

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