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1 JohnWarren 4,511,299
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,397
3 noelwoodhouse 2,978,290
4 annmanley 2,243,457
5 John.F.Hall 2,207,614
...
869 caleula 35,415
870 paultully 35,339
871 asbull1 35,251
872 PeterWaugh 35,245
873 Alass 35,239
874 harley 35,239

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July 2011 121
June 2011 203
April 2011 18
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June 2009 14
December 2008 239
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September 2008 219

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,511,268
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,397
3 noelwoodhouse 2,978,290
4 annmanley 2,243,387
5 John.F.Hall 2,207,609
...
867 caleula 35,404
868 paultully 35,339
869 asbull1 35,251
870 PeterWaugh 35,245
871 Alass 35,239
872 harley 35,239

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Corrections by month

June 2017 863
May 2017 480
April 2017 585
March 2017 943
February 2017 730
January 2017 1,109
December 2016 1,186
November 2016 283
October 2016 180
September 2016 313
August 2016 210
July 2016 981
June 2016 180
May 2016 568
April 2016 285
March 2016 99
February 2016 170
January 2016 345
December 2015 509
November 2015 260
October 2015 1,312
September 2015 447
August 2015 863
July 2015 193
June 2015 111
May 2015 298
April 2015 184
March 2015 186
February 2015 2,181
January 2015 692
December 2014 1,037
November 2014 1,412
October 2014 1,965
September 2014 361
July 2014 44
June 2014 178
May 2014 575
April 2014 230
March 2014 457
February 2014 808
January 2014 666
December 2013 444
November 2013 346
October 2013 2
September 2013 36
August 2013 554
July 2013 795
June 2013 145
May 2013 255
April 2013 349
March 2013 126
February 2013 69
January 2013 89
December 2012 35
October 2012 24
September 2012 53
August 2012 274
July 2012 805
June 2012 670
May 2012 603
April 2012 80
March 2012 179
February 2012 533
January 2012 365
December 2011 737
November 2011 464
October 2011 291
September 2011 63
July 2011 121
June 2011 203
April 2011 18
August 2010 30
March 2010 116
June 2009 14
December 2008 239
November 2008 515
October 2008 905
September 2008 219

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Advertising (Advertising), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Monday 26 July 1869 [Issue No.176] page 1 2017-06-27 07:46 ¥°™ of rNTENTION to APPLY for TRANSFER of
rVv ,, °fnE /°,UT,°,n,C- P°rsoil t0 another.-I, PHILIP
• tllc, bolder of a Publican's Licenso for tho Houso and
premises known as the Koh-i-Noor Hotel, situate at tho corner
of Eyre and lalbot streets, Ballarat West, do hereby rivo
at the Court ofi'eSySessions, w Ue'jfotScn3:at^^arat'^estf"'
on the 30th day of July, ISO!), to Transfer tho said Liconso to
AY llliam Thomas Boxall, of Ballarat.
(Signature of Applicant) PniLIP GYY
_ (riven under my hand this 20th day of July, ono thousand
NOTICE OF INTENTION to APPLY for TRANSFER of
LICENSE from one person to another.-I, PHILIP
GAY, the holder of a Publican's License for the House and
premises known as the Koh-i-Noor Hotel, situate at the corner
of Eyre and Talbot streets, Ballarat West, do hereby give
at the Court of Petty Sessions, to be holden at Ballarat West
on the 30th day of July,1869 to Transfer the said Liconse to
William Thomas Boxall, of Ballarat.
(Signature of Applicant) PHILIP GAY
Given under my hand this 20th day of July, one thousand
NEWS AND NOTES. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Monday 28 March 1881 [Issue No.73] page 2 2017-06-27 07:35 • We regret to haVe to announce the death On:
Saturday last of Mr Thomas Doxsll, of the;
Waverley hotel, Sturt street. Mr Boxall Was ;
formerly a butcher on Soldiers Hill, and was:
take place at 3 o'clock this alterhoon:'
We regret to have to announce the death on
Saturday last of Mr Thomas Boxall, of the
Waverley hotel, Sturt street. Mr Boxall was ;
formerly a butcher on Soldiers Hill, and was
take place at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
PROVINCIAL HOTEL LICENSEE CHARGED. FINE OF £5 IMPOSED. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 1 April 1916 [Issue No.18,661] page 8 2017-06-26 21:41 men come from the hotel Senior-con-,
men come from the hotel Senior-con-
PROVINCIAL HOTEL LICENSEE CHARGED. FINE OF £5 IMPOSED. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 1 April 1916 [Issue No.18,661] page 8 2017-06-26 21:41 After hearing the evideincq 'Mr G
Read Mui-phy, P.M., who ' presided
alone, found the defendant guiijty, and
'Wm.. George Lee and Albeat Sldit-.
ner were then dharged with ? having,
been found on licensed promiseG -during
A fine of £2 was . imposed in each
case- ? -
After hearing the evidence Mr G.
Read Murphy, P.M., who presided
alone, found the defendant guilty, and
Wm.. George Lee and Albert Skin
ner were then charged with having,
been found on licensed premises during
A fine of £2 was imposed in each
case.
PROVINCIAL HOTEL LICENSEE CHARGED. FINE OF £5 IMPOSED. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 1 April 1916 [Issue No.18,661] page 8 2017-06-26 21:40 1 ITNE OF £3 IMPOSED. 1
| Fredenclc Retcl, licensee of tilie^Pro
vahcial ?Ho'te],-. wias charged ,that on 8t-li
Mardh iw.rsons wero found: on his .pre
mises -diii'ing prohibited hours.
Insipector . Sampson prosecuted, *;,aiid
Mr. J; B Pearson appeared for tihe de-.
feiKla.nit. -.who .pleaded .-nofc gnilfcv. .
l!he laovs ol: the- case as presented- by
| the prosecution wore tha*. at 11.50 ip.m.
| on iW'ednesdav, : 8th March. Semor-Gou.
sl-li|-lo.LOVlt(-, H 'lien (M n d.uit.y .in .Ly d'-aa d
l'^reeti';:-.sa.ArJ\':a,t':iriot»r caaV unaltiteiide^,
in Ararat' street, ? w-liipli runs betiyteii
Lydiard ' and ; Boveion ... streets-, u He
waited for some ; tiime,- . a nd - two mcin,
named -Wiiii. George lee and . Albert
Sbuine-r;- came out of , tlie Lydiard
street door of the hotc-l. ? Asked by the
senior-eohstablo what reason they- ha d
for being in tihe hotel- at that time -of
night, Skinner answered, -'I was -not
'n tho hotel; but: only on the step '
The senior constable said, 'I saw von
come out with Lee.' Lovitt then gam
ed admission to the hotel, and. snioke to
3ie liceusee. who said thYit ' Skinner
and Lee liad entered with a, gentlo?iian
who had engaged bod, and that after
remaining for live minutes, they de
oarted, leaving their iriend bdliihd.
Lovitt asked Mr Reid if the two mon
ticensee answered' in the negative. 'A
quartie.r of aiii hour be'foro .severing :tBie
men come from., tlio hotel. Senior-con-,
stable Lovitt noticed tlio motor car
proceed ing a long Lydiard - street. 'When
h-3 first saw the car near . the hotel
tho sonior-constaible stood on the front
sitep of the premises, and tried' the
door. The men were not fiheu on the
step. . 'r - '
FINE OF £3 IMPOSED.
Frederick Reid, licensee of the Pro
vincial Hotel, was charged that on 8th
March persons were found on his pre
mises during prohibited hours.
Inspector Sampson prosecuted, and
Mr. J. B. Pearson appeared for the de-.
fendant who pleaded not guilty.
The facts of the case as presented by
the prosecution were that at 11.50 p.m.
on Wednesday, 8th March. Senior-Con-
stable Lovitt, when on duty in Lydiard
street. saw a motor car, unattended
in Ararat street, which runs between
Lydiard and Doveton streets. He
waited for some tiime, and two men,
named Wm. George Lee and Albert
Skinner, came out of the Lydiard
street door of the hotel. Asked by the
senior-cohstable what reason they had
for being in the hotel at that time of
night, Skinner answered, "I was not
in the hotel, but only on the step."
The senior constable said, 'I saw you
come out with Lee. Lovitt then gain
ed admission to the hotel, and spoke to
the licensee who said that Skinner
and Lee had entered with a gentleman
who had engaged a bed, and that after
remaining for five minutes, they de
parted, leaving their friend behind.
Lovitt asked Mr Reid if the two men
licensee answered in the negative. A
quarter of an hour before seeing the
men come from the hotel Senior-con-,
stable Lovitt noticed the motor car
he first saw the car near the hotel
the senior-constable stood on the front
site of the premises, and tried the
door. The men were not then on the
step.
UNLAWFULLY ON PREMISES. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 1 April 1916 [Issue No.18,661] page 8 2017-06-26 21:25 UisTLAiWFULT^r 'OL\T IT, EMI
MiohrieL .Tairie.-; Boiirkc pleaded: not
guilty to hiiving iieen found on till.?
Jicehsed premises of the Tfoval ' High
lnn/lei' lirtlel dnrinor prrtliiiiit&l -hours,
wihhlrmt: lawful excuse.
Alter ^etunr-consitable Lovitt. had given
evidence -as to /ii nding-T/ouvke on the pre- 1
nvises the defa.ndnnt: saul h-v was; tliere.
to ;t real: two patients, one of whom was
Kane. lie considered1 .ihis to be a law
ful excuse. . / -
. A fine of £- was imposed. '
UNLAWFULLY ON PREMISES
Michael James Bourke pleaded not
guilty to having been found on the
licensed premises of the Royal High-
lander hotel during prohibited hours
without lawful excuse.
After Senior-constable Lovitt had given
evidence as to finding Bourke on the pre-
mises the defendant said he was there
to treat two patients, one of whom was
Kane. He considered this to be a law
ful excuse.
. A fine of £1 was imposed.
BREACHES OF LICENSING ACT. ROYAL HIGHLANDER HOTEL CASES. SKIN SPECIALIST'S STLMULANT. "ALWAYS IN A BAG." CONVICTIONS ON REHEARING. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 1 April 1916 [Issue No.18,661] page 8 2017-06-26 18:40 3l.rs -Coad,. -tlio . defendant, gave, en
denccas -tto* Senior-constable. Lovitt ask- 1
linrr for 'her husband, and she called him
ini mediately, tier h.usband. had' Hie key
of ? the ' bar. Boiirke h a di practised at
fch'o hotel - since witness vhad been tlie
lieDiisee. audi Ivano Avas one of his
patients. There was a. room set apart
ab' the lioteli lor Rourke who had a, lot
!M.ichael .lames Bourke living in Dove
ton sh-eot, said he was a. skin disease
and bone specialist.. He had mv office
at the. .Royal ITighilander hotel, where he
had treated Kane for some days, On
the afternoon of Sunday, 20tih* Pebmaa-y,
witness- went 'into 'the llio'tel bar parlor.
where, lie saw Kane sitting; with a, glass
of soda: -a rid in il k'J W'i't ness toZU : Kane
he would join hint,'.- and' took from his
bag a/ w.hisky'jflask and glass and Otatli a
little drop.1 - ,jfe* always carried whisky
under inedii^Tr infflriietioiis' as lie ihad a
s1! rallied heart:. .. .
. To ilhspeetot- Sfam'psoii— He always car
ried whisky: iii' his bag. , - . .
Tht-*.;rwas .the --as« for -h.oi defence. .
After ' a. sliort T(?i irenient the ibcncli
found the vlefendant: gnil'ty on hotli
charges. ;
in reply, to the .bcneili,' Tiispc-cf or .Sa-nipr
son anno'une«l-'*lint,.llli^«i''jWie^ two prior
convictions against' the . defendanit for
breaches; of tiie 'Liceus.iiig Act:. Oh the
charge 'of having pornii tried i'iqubf to be
drunk' on her premises the defendant was
fnied flO, with £1/1/ .cr^S'ts. 'I he other
charge ivns witlidra.wjK
Mrs. Coad, the defendant, gave evi-
dence to Senior-constable Lovitt ask-
ing for her husband, and she called him
immediately, her husband had the key
of the bar. Bourke had practised at
the hotel - since witness had been the
licensee. and Kane was one of his
patients. There was a room set apart
at the hotel lor Bourke who had a lot
Michael James Bourke living in Dove
ton street, said he was a skin disease
and bone specialist.. He had an office
at the Royal Highlander hotel, where he
had treated Kane for some days. On
the afternoon of Sunday, 20th February,
witness went into the hotel bar parlor,
where he saw Kane sitting with a glass
of soda and milk. Witness told Kane
he would join him and took from his
bag a whisky flask and glass and had a
little drop.He always carried whisky
under medical instructions as he had a
strained heart.
To Inspector Sampson— He always car
ried whisky in his bag.
That was the case for the defence.
After a short retirement the bench
found the defendant guilty on both
In reply to the bench, Inspector .Samp-
son announced that there were two prior
convictions against the defendanit for
breaches of the Licensing Act. On the
charge of having permitted liquor to be
drunk on her premises the defendant was
fined £10, with £1/1/ costs. The other
charge was withdrawn.
BREACHES OF LICENSING ACT. ROYAL HIGHLANDER HOTEL CASES. SKIN SPECIALIST'S STLMULANT. "ALWAYS IN A BAG." CONVICTIONS ON REHEARING. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 1 April 1916 [Issue No.18,661] page 8 2017-06-26 18:27 bag; -^ourko'then left, and witness
saw Qiiiii- going aJong- Doveton street
soon 'afterwards. ...He -was nob then
carrvhig a bag with him.
- This- was ; the case for. the prosecu
tion. - ? -, .
Edward '.Tames Coad: husband of the
deiendant, 'deposed ? iihat on the date
mentioned 'Kane 'was a. lodger at the
notel, and by 'dbctor's orders he 'u as
i;ikmg--'!mlk' diet. Let ore the senior
eonstable-eam© m-wiitness served Kane
with -a -large -glass of' soda, water, and
i milk and- :then ' went upstairs to -rest,
Ieannc-'' the - / iront - dooi-s- openi for
lodgers ^to go in 'and out.. Later on
Ins wile caRod him and told him
Semnr-eonr, tabic Lovitt- was below.
Witness went down. . and; in .reply to
the ^ senior-constable, lie .told hini...that
he-had served Kane with soda. -and
in ilk. but did not know that Bourks
was on the. promises. . ;.
bag. Bourke then left, and witness
saw him going along Doveton street
soon afterwards. He was not then
carrying a bag with him.
This was the case for the prosecu
tion.
Edward James Coad, husband of the
defendant, deposed that on the date
mentioned Kane was a lodger at the
hotel, and by doctor's orders he was
taking milk diet. Before the senior
constable came in witness served Kane
with a large glass of soda water, and
milk and then went upstairs to rest,
leaving the front doors open for
lodgers to go in and out. Later on
his wile called him and told him
Senior-constable Lovitt was below.
Witness went down and in reply to
the senior-constable, he told him that
he had served Kane with soda and
milk. but did not know that Bourke
was on the premises.
BREACHES OF LICENSING ACT. ROYAL HIGHLANDER HOTEL CASES. SKIN SPECIALIST'S STLMULANT. "ALWAYS IN A BAG." CONVICTIONS ON REHEARING. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 1 April 1916 [Issue No.18,661] page 8 2017-06-26 18:21 OASiX-.
, ' 'ALWAYS IN A BAG.'
CONVICTIO NTS ON EEHEARING.
'-'-Ac the- City Police Court yesterday,
before Messrs C. 'VWJker. ,1. Eraser,
and €K Croclccr. J's.P,, Janet Cdad.
licensee of the Boyal Highlander
Hotel , was charged1 with two alleged
found on her premises on Sunday, zUtn
February, end tbe second chajgo that
mises contrary to tha Act.
Pearson represented the- defendant,
charges. '. ?
Counsel for tho dofenco mentioned
that the caeo was before the court
agreed, and ifc was decided that it
Senior-constable Lovitt deposed; that
on tho afternoon of 20th -February he
went- to tlio defendant's hotel. . .There
wero ^wo men, one named Kane,, and
the other named Bonrke. in a- bar
palor. . Kane was drinlaiig a whitosh
colored 'fluid, which 'turned -out to lie
soda, watar and milk,- and Jjoui ko was
drinking from a nobbier glass, contain
ing'; whiskv. Tlio licensee's husband
ir.-irl ho fmdfl -nv.-\ no exnlanatiou. as
nnlk. ' ' ' Bourke told witness thao he
.ilwavs carried a -. whiisky ...ila.sk . v ith
liimi'' -and the : flask was then in liis
oag; -^ourko'then left, and witness
CASES
' 'ALWAYS IN A BAG.'
CONVICTIONS ON REHEARING.
At the- City Police Court yesterday,
before Messrs C. Walker, J. Fraser,
and G Crocker. J's.P,, Janet Coad.
licensee of the Royal Highlander
Hotel , was charged with two alleged
found on her premises on Sunday, 20th
February, and the second charge that
mises contrary to the Act.
Pearson represented the defendant,
charges.
Counsel for the defence mentioned
that the caso was before the court
agreed, and it was decided that it
Senior-constable Lovitt deposed that
on the afternoon of 20th February he
went to the defendant's hotel. There
were two men, one named Kane, and
the other named Bourke. in a bar
parlor. Kane was drinking a whitish
colored fluid, which turned out to be
soda, water and milk, and Bourke was
drinking from a nobbler glass, contain
ing whisky. The licensee's husband
said he could give no explanation. as
milk. Bourke told witness that he
alwavs carried a whiisky flask with
him and the flask was then in his
bag; -^ourko'then left, and witness
Advertising (Advertising), The Star (Ballarat, Vic. : 1855 - 1864), Saturday 15 August 1857 [Issue No.194] page 3 2017-06-24 21:11 from Ballarat, hi the township of Clarendon,
Carriers Anus,
Tait, at bis ornees in Ballarat; or to W. Slater,
from Ballarat, in the township of Clarendon,
Carriers Arms,
Tait, at his offices in Ballarat; or to W. Slater,

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