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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,421,283
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,771
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,776
4 annmanley 2,237,561
5 John.F.Hall 2,116,163
...
832 Stephans 36,454
833 tjen 36,440
834 StevenBurton 36,387
835 annamareemalmgren 36,132
836 lhsmith 36,105
837 rgbmau 36,035

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April 2017 4,403
March 2017 5,863
February 2017 6,684
January 2017 2,953
December 2016 4,245
November 2016 869
October 2016 233
September 2016 1,232
August 2016 1,043
July 2016 142
June 2016 226
May 2016 3
April 2016 502
March 2016 85
February 2016 74
January 2016 901
December 2015 90
November 2015 81
October 2015 273
September 2015 1,120
August 2015 671
July 2015 242
May 2015 102
April 2015 269
March 2015 125
February 2015 171
January 2015 1
November 2014 89
October 2014 179
September 2014 198
August 2014 65
June 2014 3
January 2014 76
December 2013 23
November 2013 25
September 2013 8
July 2013 17
June 2013 58
May 2013 70
February 2013 72
January 2013 47
October 2012 351
September 2012 11
July 2012 18
April 2012 242
March 2012 508
February 2012 907
January 2012 450
December 2011 28
November 2011 18
October 2011 3
August 2011 35
June 2011 15
April 2011 13

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,421,252
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,771
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,776
4 annmanley 2,237,491
5 John.F.Hall 2,116,158
...
832 StevenBurton 36,387
833 lhsmith 36,103
834 rgbmau 36,031
835 annamareemalmgren 35,925
836 damarisk 35,912
837 marieabell 35,903

35,925 line(s) corrected.

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April 2017 4,374
March 2017 5,698
February 2017 6,680
January 2017 2,953
December 2016 4,244
November 2016 869
October 2016 233
September 2016 1,232
August 2016 1,043
July 2016 142
June 2016 226
April 2016 497
March 2016 85
February 2016 74
January 2016 901
December 2015 90
November 2015 81
October 2015 273
September 2015 1,120
August 2015 671
July 2015 242
May 2015 102
April 2015 269
March 2015 125
February 2015 171
January 2015 1
November 2014 89
October 2014 179
September 2014 198
August 2014 65
June 2014 3
January 2014 76
December 2013 23
November 2013 25
September 2013 8
July 2013 17
June 2013 58
May 2013 70
February 2013 72
January 2013 47
October 2012 351
September 2012 11
July 2012 18
April 2012 242
March 2012 508
February 2012 907
January 2012 450
December 2011 28
November 2011 18
October 2011 3
August 2011 35
June 2011 15
April 2011 13

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1 mickbrook 76,697
2 jaybee67 70,520
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,645
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
89 julanna 213
90 kenhiggs 211
91 Pandainasuit 208
92 annamareemalmgren 207
93 CalsRock 207
94 MaxineM 207

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April 2017 29
March 2017 165
February 2017 4
December 2016 1
May 2016 3
April 2016 5


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THE UNEMPLOYED. DEMAND FOR EMPLOYMENT. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 9 March 1899 [Issue No.16,435] page 7 2017-04-30 20:54 A meeting of the -men-ploted wau held
tcsteidnv on the iiieunt, block of lnnd m
Latrobe sti cet, adjoining the Woiking
Men's College, and lcsolulions were passed
that the Clot eminent weie botinil to find
woik foi the inieinploj ed, ' bteiutse tiley
lind introduced n eins« of legislation that
shut Hiern out of till Hutmill opportunities
ot gelling woik. foi theinseltcs, also, ex-
pressing indignation "at the supmeness of
tlie lionid of ]'unlit Health in not tom
pilling the iminiiipiilititH lesponsiblo to
eleut out the billi mid garbage at Meru
Cieck md Moonee l'ontls," and thus mo
lido tv oik loi the unciiiploud Mi Ma
louey, MLA, was uniting those who ad
diesed Hie met Ung In fiiluic the rinde/
tous will bo it tainui piece* of gtound
opposite Mennos' Hotel
A meeting of the unemployed was held
yesterday on the vacant block of land in
Latrobe street, adjoining the Working
Men's College, and resolutions were passed
that the Government were bound to find
work for the unemployed, because they
had introduced a class of legislation that
shut them out of all natural opportunities
ot getting work for themselves, also, ex-
pressing indignation "at the supineness of
the Board of Public Health in not com
pelling the municipalities responsible to
clear out the filth and garbage at Merri
Creek and Moonee Ponds," and thus pro
vide work for the unemployed. Mr. Ma
loney, MLA, was uniting those who ad
dresed the meeting. In future the rendez
vous will be a vacant piece of ground
opposite Menzie.s' Hotel
STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS' LITERARY SOCIETY. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 9 June 1899 [Issue No.16,513] page 5 2017-04-30 20:49 " LlTEltAIlY SOCIETY.
\ lillee (.ithenne, of numbeis mid fiiends
of the fetntc Sebool liaeheis littiarv
Sonet« assiinbled at the Woihiuc, Mens
Collide on Satuida« evening (June 1) to
lum Sind es) eine s M eut coined« lhe
twelfth \ic,ltt lendciid ur ii milling bv
Hit uieiiibiis Hit | ut of \ toll was pluved
with liecoinmt gillie b« Miss M I liobeit
son, and tlmt ot Minn, the intriguing und
logutsli sinnig muid, «ns spintidl« in
acted In Miss tliu li \s01mi the conn
tess Mrs lienniil was tineeful and die,
mimi und iiitistiiall« tomt)id lui ion
tided lo«c for Alola while ptisoiiuig de
loiotmlv tilt honoui of lier position Ali
C It Itiiu tool tin pint ol the eldeilv
and romuiitic dide with bieoming gin«it)
LITERARY SOCIETY.
A large gathering of members and friends
of the State School Teachers' Literary
Society assembled at the Working Men's
College on Saturday evening (June e) to
hear Shakespeare's great comedy "The
Twelfth Night " rendered as a reading by
the members. The part of Viola was played
with becoming grace by Miss M. F. Robert
son, and that of Maria, the intriguing and
roguish serving maid, was spiritedly en
acted by Miss Clarke. As Olivia, the coun
tess, Mrs. Rennick was graceful and dig
nified and artistically conveyed her con
sealed love for Viola while preserving de
corously the honour of her position. Mr.
C. R. Long took the part of the elderly
and romantic duke with becoming gravity.
WORKING MENS COLLEGE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 28 January 1890 [Issue No.10898] page 6 2017-04-30 20:40 At the Working Men's College on Saturday,
Kcrnot (chairman), and Messrs. F. H. Bromley,
also read from Alessrs. Bage and Smith, for
mechanics and mechnnical drawing clauses. The
At the Working Men's College on Saturday,
Kernot (chairman), and Messrs. F. H. Bromley,
also read from Messrs. Bage and Smith, for
mechanics and mechnnical drawing classes. The
TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1[?]. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 17 May 1904 [Issue No.18,046] page 4 2017-04-30 20:33 lowing perons for membership on the wool
A hitch hu occurred m the constitution
of the jam trade wage« board. Kecently the
Munster for -Läpur (Sir Samuel Gillott*
nominated fixe representatives of emploxcs
to act on the boalld Three of these con
sented to become Á\embcrs at the request
of the chief inspector5»?! faetones (Mr Ord)
I nder these circumstances the Minuter was
surpris«! to get a prote- lodged against
the appointment ot his nominees especially
as he had experienced some difnrA.lt} in
securing the names of persons willing to act
?\s the protest u signed h\ one-filth of tb
number 01 persons m the trade, the Min.»
ter has directed that the necessan step3
should be taken to hold an election
lowing persons for membership on the wool
A hitch has occurred in the constitution
of the jam trade wages board. Recently the
Minister for Labour (Sir Samuel Gillott)
nominated five representatives of employes
to act on the board. Three of these con
sented to become members at the request
of the chief inspector of factories (Mr Ord).
Under these circumstances the Minister was
surprised to get a protest lodged against
the appointment of his nominees especially
as he had experienced some difficulty in
securing the names of persons willing to act.
As the protest is signed by one-fifth of the
number of persons in the trade, the Minis
ter has directed that the necessary steps
should be taken to hold an election.
A CARTERS INSOLVENCY (Article), Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 15 April 1915 [Issue No.4710] page 3 2017-04-30 20:29 /VlTtlie Court Hotwc yesterday lilie I
examination was continue!!, lxf:>rc Air !
E. No|,'cy Moore, P.M., of Joseph
January l6.
and Mr lironilield (Maddock, Louie,
and Broomfield) for tlhe creditors in
other, had two or three white feet.
after he married. his wife that she
lapes of memory.?-
wife for money because she.had been
with witness at: Dry Diggltngs and
He paid' Thomas Pedretti's board,
fore witness married. ...
By Mr Shellard. He had about
£20.and no debts when he married.
his father and what hr earned, he
started, carting he first hired horses',
he kept no boks he had a fair idea
of what was.owing to the men.
out in his father's 'estate. When his
horses were sick, his brothers-sup
plied. wood and completed for witness
To, Mr Bromfield: Torey was a mar
working: for witness.
outsiders as Will when you got the
moiiey. '
WiUncss: K)f,lalives did not push nie,
and waited so long that I paid tlvcim
first;. . , - . •>.
:: The P.M.:-From your point cf vic.w
,'t might be a proper: proceeding', bur
Xlias lo go before a judge.
.Mr SheUard: 'He. left goods at
Kichardson's fjr the : assignee, who
got. them, b'omiv wood: was left :out
cf tile sclujlule, and when ho dis-'
coverod-it'lie told the assignee. There
was 40 or 50 tons cf , wood worth
23 a ton in the bush, and lid told
tihe assign;cie whore it was,
At the Court House yesterday the
examination was continued, before Mr
E. Notley Moore, P.M., of Joseph
January 16.
and Mr Bromfield (Maddock, Lonie,
and Bromfield) for tlhe creditors in
other had two or three white feet.
after he married his wife that she
lapes of memory.?
wife for money because she had been
with witness at Dry Diggings and
He paid Thomas Pedretti's board,
fore witness married.
By Mr Shellard: He had about
£20 and no debts when he married,
his father and what he earned, he
started carting he first hired horses
he kept no bokos he had a fair idea
of what was owing to the men.
out in his father's estate. When his
horses were sick, his brothers sup
plied wood and completed for witness
To Mr Bromfield: Torey was a mar
working for witness.
outsiders as well when you got the
money.
Witness: Relatives did not push me,
and waited so long that I paid them
first.
The P.M.:-From your point of view
it might be a proper proceeding, but
it has to go before a judge.
Mr Shellard: He left goods at
Richardson's for the assignee, who
got them. Some wood was left out
of the schedule, and when h dis-'
covered it he told the assignee. There
was 40 or 50 tons of wood worth
2s a ton in the bush, and he told
the assignee where it was,
GLENLYON SHIRE COUNCIL. (Article), Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 8 January 1918 [Issue No.5043] page 3 2017-04-30 20:17 G. Robsou, asked for a reduction
of a valuation from 9 ^ acres of
land to 4 acres with house aud
valuation of not more than .£150.
cil's last rate collector (Mr GiUies)
so or not. The other' five acres of
the land (making it up to 9y2 acres)
Flat, sent on ,£1 each in payment
for their slaughtering licenses.-lo
COST Ol* ANAWSKS.
D. GiUies, ex-inspector and rale
chase of samples of food. sent on
analyst, iu compliance with the
roads at Lyouville. To do so would
who had complained as he bad
else keeping one.'1 Up till a few
small fee of 6cl per head per week,
have to let their cattle rim on the
Government, should encouragc
tiug obstacles iu their way. He
iu these hard times deprive people
who are struggling to rear then
formed, on Cr.s Robertson ant
McKinnon's motion, that 110 actual
letter later on. t
O11 Crs McCnrthy nnd Bolton s
motion further consideiulion of im
lit next meeting.
AUDITOR'S KlU'ORT.
Mr W. Hnughton Government
lows:- \
iug completed the audit of llie
rates Is not carried out. The ninjor
, ity of entries in the rale bock of
] payment's of arrears carry 110 interest
' charges. The council has 110 more
J power to remit the interest than it
; has to remit the rates and the pay
, ment should be enforced. It is a
' charge 011 the properties until paid.
I Your secretary has given me every
I OTHER UDS1NKSS.
i On Crs MacDonald and Bolton s
'cock, of Daylesford, for timber oil
j On Crs MeKinnon and Egnn's
motion, consideration of Mr Sovv
motion, a general rate of Is 3d in
Crs Robertson and MeKinnon
who have not taken action . to de
Crs Bolton aud MacDouald
spalls on Kidd's Hill, to absorb,
about- 123.-Carried. .
moved that fhe Mt. Franklin Rul
ing members meet- to decide 011
various works in the Riding.-Car-!
Crs MeKinnon and Egan moved
Crs . MacDonald aud McCarthy
moved that Glenlyon Riding ./Per
Government grant of ,£100 for the
Excelsior Bridge improvemeut1:.
G. Robson, asked for a reduction
of a valuation from 9½ acres of
land to 4 acres with house and
valuation of not more than £150.
cil's last rate collector (Mr Gillies)
so or not. The other five acres of
the land (making it up to 9½ acres)
Flat, sent on £1 each in payment
for their slaughtering licenses.-To
COST OF ANALYSES.
D. Gillies, ex-inspector and rate
chase of samples of food sent on
by him for analysis to the council's
analyst, in compliance with the
roads at Lyonville. To do so would
who had complained as he had
else keeping one." Up till a few
small fee of 6cd per head per week,
have to let their cattle run on the
Government, should encourage
ting obstacles in their way. He
in these hard times deprive people
who are struggling to rear their
formed, on Cr.s Robertson and
McKinnon's motion, that no actual
letter later on.
On Crs McCnrthy and Bolton's
motion further consideration of im
til next meeting.
AUDITOR'S REPORT.
Mr W. Haughton Government
lows:-
ing completed the audit of the
rates Is not carried out. The major
ity of entries in the rate book of
payment's of arrears carry no interest
charges. The council has no more
power to remit the interest than it
has to remit the rates and the pay
ment should be enforced. It is a
charge on the properties until paid.
Your secretary has given me every
OTHER BUSINESS.
On Crs MacDonald and Bolton's
cock, of Daylesford, for timber on
On Crs McKinnon and Egan's
motion, consideration of Mr Sow-
motion, a general rate of 1s 3d in
Crs Robertson and McKinnon
who have not taken action to de
Crs Bolton aud MacDonald
spalls on Kidd's Hill, to absorb
about £123.-Carried. .
moved that the Mt. Franklin Rul
ing members meet to decide on
various works in the Riding.-Car-
Crs McKinnon and Egan moved
Crs . MacDonald and McCarthy
moved that Glenlyon Riding Per
Government grant of £100 for the
Excelsior Bridge improvements.-
THE Daylesford Advocate Published Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1915. (Article), Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 28 October 1915 [Issue No.4796] page 3 2017-04-30 20:08 . THE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 19(5■
t)n the fourth page of this issue
faith facts that were in most cases
Plays on Saturday next. The'
Icissed forest, and the depths and
shallows of human life,',' a delight
ever staged in Daylesford, •
The. adverse weather on Saturday
cursion to Ba]l8rat being as success
stations. From Daylesford 182;
and untiring labors of tbe organist,
suitably responded. In the School j
MrMatheson, whose letter appeared
last were, all told, about /30,
Jiighly satisfactory.
Biro have again taken over the tea rooms,
Previous experience showed, that they
i announce that their complete range of
you cannot call, write for self-ineasure
inent form. You will have one by return
Co.'s office at 7.30 o'clock. f
such is paid u renewal cannot be granted.
Cooper has found Unnecessary to remove
only the sergeant, the coustable and the
court house echoed with4 the ringing
"Opeu the Court of Petty Sessions,"
the.bcuch. "The Court of Petty Ses
And the people pays. . . . Heigo, again 1
learn gardening. Conditions of appoint*
noon next, at 3 o^clock. Members and
iutending members are cordially invited
present.,
clemency' of the weather. The joint sec-
conveniencies. The farm, witli all ac
der, which will be received=up till Satui
C?lumns.
below the Savings Bank, additional' as
sortments . of pretty voiles, crepes,
emporium; **
The annual lioxfag1 Day. Sports in
conjunction -with the Daylesford; Ca
thcJio Church, the 36th anniversary,
wvl'be held* in Victoria Park on
liox/ng Bay, Dec. 27. The pro
gramme is ! a splendid one, including
i\ itove'ry bicycle display, and three
ui&cr the able presidency of th£
Rev/ Father Byrne,4 is a large and
stroilg onc» and . no stone -will be
left 'unturned,, metaphorically speak
ing, or in reality, io make the day
time*. x
For perfect fitting1 Artificial Teeth
AlKert street.
Daylesford Advocate
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1915
On the fourth page of this issue
with facts that were in most cases
Plays on Saturday next. The
kissed forest, and the depths and
shallows of human life," a delight
ever staged in Daylesford.
The adverse weather on Saturday
cursion to Ballarat being as success
stations. From Daylesford 182
and untiring labors of the organist,
suitably responded. In the School
Mr Matheson, whose letter appeared
last were, all told, about £30,
highly satisfactory.
Bird have again taken over the tea rooms,
Previous experience showed that they
announce that their complete range of
you cannot call, write for self-measure
ment form. You will have one by return
Co.'s office at 7.30 o'clock.
such is paid a renewal cannot be granted.
Cooper has found it necessary to remove
only the sergeant, the constable and the
court house echoed with the ringing
"Open the Court of Petty Sessions,"
the bench. "The Court of Petty Ses
And the people pays. . . . Heigo, again !
learn gardening. Conditions of appoint
noon next, at 3 o'clock. Members and
intending members are cordially invited
present.
clemency of the weather. The joint sec-
conveniencies. The farm, with all ac
der, which will be received up till Saturday
columns.
below the Savings Bank, additional as
sortments of pretty voiles, crepes,
emporium. **
The annual Boxing Day Sports in
conjunction with the Daylesford Ca
tholic Church, the 36th anniversary,
will be held in Victoria Park on
Boxing Bay, Dec. 27. The pro
gramme is a splendid one, including
a novelty bicycle display, and three
under the able presidency of the
Rev Father Byrne, is a large and
strong one and no stone will be
left unturned, metaphorically speak
ing, or in reality, to make the day
times.
For perfect fitting Artificial Teeth
Albert street.
THE Daylesford Advocate PUBLISHED Tuesday and Friday Afternoons, TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1916. (Article), Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 19 September 1916 [Issue No.4912] page 3 2017-04-30 19:58 shipmentof wheat, etc. The ex
the School on Thursday afternoon..
Murphy ,£13 8s 6d, G. Bailey ,£8
13s 4d, petty cash ,£3, J. Birt £9,
£16 16s lOd, Patti and another £9
£21 6s 8d, C. Bouch ,£35, Gas
Company ,£10, Anderson and an
other ,£15 12s Gas Company £\ 12s
Oliver and another ,£12 6s, Cooper
and others .£8 10, Total .£212 9s
shipment of wheat, etc. The ex
the School on Thursday afternoon.
Murphy £13 8s 6d, G. Bailey £8
13s 4d, petty cash £3, J. Birt £9,
£16 16s 10d, Patti and another £9
£21 6s 8d, C. Bouch £35, Gas
Company £10, Anderson and an
other £15 12s Gas Company £1 12s
Oliver and another £12 6s, Cooper
and others £8 10, Total £212 9s
THE Daylesford Advocate PUBLISHED Tuesday and Friday Afternoons, TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1916. (Article), Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 19 September 1916 [Issue No.4912] page 3 2017-04-30 18:59 THB
"Advocate" staff for his fishlug
■weighed 5yi pounds—one three
X,ake there has been little sport per
A five-pound Loch Leveu is the
• The Eganstown people are raak
| lag another effort to assist the Red
will be asked to pay Is for admis
districts, and was another step in;
by the Trust being removed lo
Miss Ida I,eggo, who has been
tlnn in rnnnentinn with the TTosDltal
both sexes are asked to meet iu the
sum of .£10 against susface damage
■ The remains of the late Mr
, ry (Miss Vera Roller!) is to be com
effort, the sum of ,£11 17s having
\ lovers, and those who are acquainted
| with her organising capacity were
i not surprised at her successful
■ achievement on behalf of the young
THE
Daylesford Advocate
"Advocate" staff for his fishing
weighed 5½ pounds—one three
Lake there has been little sport per
A five-pound Loch Leven is the
The Eganstown people are mak
ing another effort to assist the Red
will be asked to pay 1s for admis
districts, and was another step in
by the Trust being removed to
Miss Ida Leggo, who has been
tlon in connection with the Hospital
both sexes are asked to meet in the
sum of £10 against susface damage
The remains of the late Mr
ry (Miss Vera Rolleri) is to be com
effort, the sum of £11 17s having
lovers, and those who are acquainted
with her organising capacity were
not surprised at her successful
achievement on behalf of the young
THE Baglesford Advocate Published Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1915. (Article), Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 15 July 1915 [Issue No.4749] page 3 2017-04-30 18:53 the Belgium Relief Fund. Ibere
able that no one guessed llie cor
rect name, " Estelle;," therefore
there can be 110 claimant. Mrs
Mouutford will be enabled to hand
over £1 Is 6d to the fund. The
doll will be rallied again at an early
not sending his child to school^ In
this case the summoning officer.
the Belgium Relief Fund. There
able that no one guessed the cor
rect name, " Estelle;" therefore
there can be no claimant. Mrs
Mountford will be enabled to hand
over £2 1s 6d to the fund. The
doll will be raffled again at an early
not sending his child to school. In
this case the summoning officer,

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