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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,408,346
2 NeilHamilton 3,044,828
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,116
4 annmanley 2,234,545
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,254
...
7304 Rick914 1,405
7305 sandi 1,405
7306 addison999 1,404
7307 ruehtree 1,404
7308 Mirrabooka26 1,403
7309 bob.peake 1,402

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April 2017 55
March 2017 71
February 2017 73
January 2017 107
December 2016 58
November 2016 63
October 2016 6
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August 2016 45
July 2016 201
June 2016 26
April 2016 177
March 2016 62
February 2016 87
January 2016 15
November 2015 264
October 2015 81
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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,408,315
2 NeilHamilton 3,044,828
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,116
4 annmanley 2,234,475
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,249
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7299 anne13760 1,405
7300 Rick914 1,405
7301 sandi 1,405
7302 ruehtree 1,404
7303 Mirrabooka26 1,403
7304 nevorah 1,403

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THE Banlesford Advocate Published Tuesday and Friday Afternoons. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916. (Article), Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 16 June 1916 [Issue No.4886] page 3 2017-04-21 18:38 cars for hire. It is a luxurious?
stalled on his premises in a few j
cars for hire. It is a luxurious
stalled on his premises in a few
VICTORIAN NEWS. (Article), Western Champion (Parkes, NSW : 1898 - 1934), Thursday 5 June 1919 [Issue No.1,350] page 6 2017-04-21 18:23 was -killed in Vincent street, opposite
the Hotel Victoria. He was playing
with companions, and. running out
into a motor car filled with passen
Of Kyneton. The driver endeavoured
side of the car struck the boy. knock
ininutes later.
was killed in Vincent street, opposite
the Hotel Victoria. He was playing
with companions, and, running out
into a motor car filled with passen-
of Kyneton. The driver endeavoured
side of the car struck the boy, knock
minutes later.
IN BRIEF (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 12 June 1919 page 4 2017-04-21 17:59 Mr.1 A. ? Kimm, motor garage pro-
prietor of .Kyneton, had brought a
load of visitors to;Daylesford in a car,
and was about.to stop in front of an
years, ran in front of tho vehicle.'Mr.
Kimm.-turned the car.aside. .The,back
wheel, however, passed over tho. boy's
chett and bei died four minutes later.
Mr. A. Kimm, motor garage pro-
prietor of Kyneton, had brought a
load of visitors to Daylesford in a car,
and was about to stop in front of an
years, ran in front of the vehicle. Mr.
Kimm turned the car aside. The back
wheel, however, passed over the boy's
chest and he died four minutes later.
THE CORNISH GOLD-MINING COMPANY, DAYLESFORD. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 27 June 1888 [Issue No.13,109] page 5 2017-04-17 14:27 men, includiug a minsamith, carpenter, and
men, includiug a minesmith, carpenter, and
SELECTED TRAINING AREAS. TO BE OPENED NEXT WEEK. (Article), Camperdown Chronicle (Vic. : 1877 - 1954), Saturday 15 January 1916 [Issue No.38073] page 3 2017-04-15 09:57 lii making available thu names of the
towns where the recruits are. to bo
gathered as soon <is possible, tlio com
mandant intends that tiio receiving
Monday next. Starting with a inero
handful of jneu, it is liopcd that in
most of tile ceutrci a platoon .t(H) men;
will soou be iv training. Olficers aud
non-commisisioiied officers are to I •
sent out immediately to make arra ig.j
moiits, so that with the conmience
meiit of the recruiting campaign r ill
be_ inaugurated the new scheme.
Two pays will l?o allotted to tlie v en
while tuey are under this four or six
weeks traiuing. Iv places where
will be closed, and thosu who corns for
ward will be dratted into ouo of tlie
Tlio names of towns at present to
Beecuworth, Uirchijj, iienalla, liuirns
dalo, Creswick, Coleraiuc, Colac, Cam
pcrdown, Donald, Dayleslord, iichuca,
Hamilton, liorshani, Kilmorc, Mildura
llnldon Jlaryborougli, Xewtown, Hu
tlierglen, Uushwortn, Swau Hill, Sliep
parton, St. Arnaud, Sale, i'ortiaud,
)\onthaggi V>edderburn, Modongn,
Uangaratta.
in these districts, tlie troops arc to be
songs with good choruses will be prac
will be asked .to co-operate in regard
Cainpcrdown is one ol tlie omves
named, and so the conditions detail
for their iviog and their country.
ln making available thu names of the
towns where the recruits are to be
gathered as soon as possible, the com
mandant intends that the receiving
Monday next. Starting with a mere
handful of men, it is hoped that in
most of the centres a platoon (60) men;
will soon be in training. Officers and
non-commissioned officers are to be
sent out immediately to make arrang-
ments, so that with the commence-
meant of the recruiting campaign will
be inaugurated the new scheme.
Two pays will be allotted to the men
while they are under this four or six
weeks training. In places where
will be closed, and those who come for-
ward will be dratted into one of the
The names of towns at present to
Beechworth, Birchip, Benalla, Bairns-
dale, Creswick, Coleraine, Colac, Cam-
perdown, Donald, Daylesford, Echuca,
Hamilton, Horsham, Kilmore, Mildura
Maldon, Maryborough, Newtown, Ru-
therglen, Rushworth, Swan Hill, Shep-
parton, St. Arnaud, Sale, Portland,
Wonthaggi, Wedderburn, Wodonga
Wangaratta.
in these districts, the troops are to be
songs with good choruses will be prac-
will be asked to co-operate in regard
Camperdown is one of the centres
named, and so the conditions detail-
for their King and their country.
Advertising (Advertising), Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 13 August 1918 [Issue No.5103] page 4 2017-04-14 22:03 who enlisted in Daylesford, and wlio,
who enlisted in Daylesford, and who
COUNTRY NEWS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 27 January 1876 [Issue No.9,242] page 10 2017-03-22 18:20 tree--eight or nine feet from the ground.
tree eight or nine feet from the ground.
No title (Article), The Ballarat Courier (Vic. : 1869 - 1880; 1914 - 1918), Saturday 22 January 1876 [Issue No.2680] page 2 2017-03-22 18:11 Most distressing news (ssys the Cresirid Adver
hi1l Sergeant Moran received a telegram from
an official at St.Arnand, informing him that a man
named Charles Slade, whose family redded at
Spring Bill, was killed by the limb of a tree falling
upon him whilst working at SiaartmUl, sear St.
Arnaud. Trooper Woods conveyed the unwelcome i
we learn that tbe unfortunate man had been away
about two moBtbs harvesting, and was on his road
Most distressing news (says the Creswick Adver-
Hill. Sergeant Moran received a telegram from
an official at St .Arnand, informing him that a man
named Charles Slade, whose family resided at
Spring Hill, was killed by the limb of a tree falling
upon him whilst working at Stuartmill near St
Arnaud. Trooper Woods conveyed the unwelcome
we learn that the unfortunate man had been away
about two months harvesting, and was on his road
FATAL ACCIDENT AT REDBANK. (Article), The Ballarat Courier (Vic. : 1869 - 1880; 1914 - 1918), Monday 24 January 1876 [Issue No.2681] page 3 2017-03-22 17:51 FATAL ACCIDFNT AT REDBAtfK.
day morning on the Bedbank road, about three miles
south of tftuartmlll, by which a man named <Ohades
Slide was killed. Eecaaeed had been working cm the
and was on his way to Spring Hfll, Cresreck, where
lie had a wife and eeveral children. He arms jmakteg
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sum of £7 5s 3d he had saved: and, on Tineday
miles from St. Arnaud, when Mi John Eckersky, of
Sutherland Plalas, passed with a waggon ,I<kd of
wheats route for Ballarat. Blade and Eckersley had
been known -to each other for about twenty years, and
of courpe the latter readily complied w itba request by
the former fora ride on the waggon. 1 Haying camped
on Tuesday night byklre <«rapooeGreek,they started
again at six am. on Wednesday, deceased vralking for.
tbo first six miles, and than mounting the yraggon,
where hs laid on his belly oh a bag of chaff, with his
bead towards Eckerslej, who "rode on thioi Mhnfte.
body falling to tha - gronnd, and having -stopped the
horses and jumped down, he lossd Slide lying on the
ground abontlfi feet behind Ate waggon. He made no
reply whecspokea to, and hie. heck seemed to have
been brakes, but Ids puke was perceptible foranhonr,
when be died. Untif alter the aotedfht, Ecksrsiey did
not notice that he had driven under a limb 'of .a tree,
8 or 9 feel from the ground. The limb most have
swept deceased "off the waggon.; Deceased was a
steady, hard-working man, and wits fortv nine veers :
Si- Aroaud Times. . ;
FATAL ACCIDENT AT REDBANK
day morning on the Redbank road, about three miles
south of Stuartmill, by which a man named Charles
Slade was killed. Deceased had been working on the
and was on his way to Spring Hill, Cresreck, where
he had a wife and several children. He was making
the journey on foot for the purpose of economising a
sum of £7 5s 3d he had saved: and, on Tuesday
miles from St. Arnaud, when Mr John Eckersley, of
Sutherland Plains, passed with a waggon load of
wheat en route for Ballarat. Slade and Eckersley had
been known to each other for about twenty years, and
of course the latter readily complied with a request by
the former for a ride on the waggon. Having camped
on Tuesday night by the Carapooee Creek, they started
again at six am. on Wednesday, deceased walking for
the first six miles, and then mounting the waggon,
where he laid on his belly on a bag of chaff, with his
head towards Eckersley, who rode on the shafts.
body falling to the ground, and having stopped the
horses and jumped down, he found Slade lying on the
ground about 10 feet behind the waggon. He made no
reply when spoken to, and his neck seemed to have
been broken, but his pulse was perceptible for an hour,
when be died. Until after the accident, Eckersley did
not notice that he had driven under a limb of a tree,
8 or 9 feet from the ground. The limb must have
swept deceased off the waggon. Deceased was a
steady, hard-working man, and was forty nine years
St- Arnaud Times.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Ballarat Courier (Vic. : 1869 - 1880; 1914 - 1918), Saturday 2 June 1917 page 2 2017-03-15 20:30

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