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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,649,952
2 noelwoodhouse 3,157,992
3 NeilHamilton 3,137,092
4 John.F.Hall 2,376,320
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
2231 Sharon.Rudd 10,293
2232 OldLinus 10,285
2233 KingWombat51 10,270
2234 bornonbellstreet 10,263
2235 SteveL 10,249
2236 dicole 10,248

10,263 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2017 630
August 2017 494
July 2017 3,129
April 2017 172
March 2017 1,919
December 2016 3
November 2016 61
August 2016 3,855

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,649,899
2 noelwoodhouse 3,157,992
3 NeilHamilton 3,137,092
4 John.F.Hall 2,376,315
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
2238 abukitten 10,198
2239 ritekgirl 10,184
2240 PITSEARCH 10,157
2241 bornonbellstreet 10,149
2242 carmelf 10,140
2243 SParko 10,132

10,149 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2017 630
August 2017 494
July 2017 3,129
April 2017 172
March 2017 1,805
December 2016 3
November 2016 61
August 2016 3,855

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,182
2 mickbrook 98,215
3 murds5 54,225
4 PhilThomas 39,298
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
169 ainsworthscrivenmcdonald 116
170 rjs2111 116
171 arundel 115
172 bornonbellstreet 114
173 soloman498 114
174 DMar 113

114 line(s) corrected.

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March 2017 114


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News from Cities and Towns WARRNAMBOOL & DISTRICT (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 15 January 1935 [Issue No.27,584] page 3 2017-09-25 00:40 of St George s Anglic in Church Monbulk
was dcdlcnled by the Rev G E Shasv The
hall was declared open by Miss M A SIddle
been ldcntllled with the church for more than
25 sears-Die Centenary ball which the com
mlttco of the baby health centro held In the
Mechanics Institute In nld of the funds of
the Muriel Peck Cottage svns successful, but
building Miss Gilmour, of Belgrave was
of St George's Anglican Church Monbulk
was dedocated by the Rev G. E. Shaw. The
hall was declared open by Miss. M. A. SIddle,
been identified with the church for more than
25 years.---The Centenary ball which the com-m
mittee of the baby health centre held In the
Mechanics' Institute In aid of the funds of
the Muriel Peck Cottage, was successful, butt
building. Miss Gilmour, of Belgrave was
News from Cities and Towns WARRNAMBOOL & DISTRICT (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 15 January 1935 [Issue No.27,584] page 3 2017-09-23 17:16 bulldint Miss Gilmour, of Belgrave was
declared bello of the ball ana tho winners
of the balloon dance were Miss M Slddle and
Mr a Btddli. Winners of the grand final
of the fox trot competition which svns de
elded at the ball were Miss 11 Godfrey and]
Mr R Porker
building Miss Gilmour, of Belgrave was
declared belle of the ball, and the winners
of the balloon dance were Miss M Siddle and
Mr. G. Siddle. Winners of the grand final
of the fox trot competition which was de-
cided at the ball were Miss H. Godfrey and
Mr R. Parker.
UMPIRES AND OTHER NOTES League Seconds (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 3 August 1938 [Issue No.28,688] page 22 2017-09-23 16:31 Werribee - Laverton v. I.N.F. (Moore)
Werribee South v. Metropolitan Farm (Nash)
Altona v. Lara (McDermot)
Yarra Valley - Woori Yalloek v. Seville
(Leverett) Wandin \ Warburton (Grovcsi
dale (McAlplne) Yarra Rovers v. Millgrote
(Godfrey)
West Gippsland-Rythdale t Nar nar-goon
(Beaumont) Pakenham v Garfield Stars (Col-
lins) Bunjlp v Basics iCarrolll
Mid Gippsland -Yinnar v Boolirra (Frlcke)
Morwell Bridge t Haunted Hills (Pope)
Thorpdale v B c Minc (Browni
North Gippsland - Newry v Briagolong
(Clarke) Stratford t Boisdale (Mckenzie)
Federal League-A Section Black Rock t
Moorabbin (Sellars) Chclse-i t Mentone (Paw
leji Mordialloc t cheltenham (McMullan) B
Eection Final - Highett t E Aspendale at
Mentone (Jurs)
South Gippsland -First Semi final Toora t
Fl6h Creek at Meenijan iVirth)
Diamond Vallej -First Semi-final-Epping v
Greensborough (umpire to be notified)
Riddell -First Semi-final Riddell v Lance-
field (Petrie)
Lang Lang-Koiumburra -First Seml-flnal
V.F.A. Seconds' Semi-final
sear Port Melbourne and Coburg will contest the
retond temi final of the Aetoclatlon seconds com
petition at Preston on Saturdas Port Melbourne
has not been defeated this sear and Coburg was
last sears premier team
Apart from the absence ol Methcrall Port Mel-
bourne has a lull team atallable and Coburg has
a lull list Including manv enlor plasers Port
Melbourne de'tatcd Coburg in the onls match they
ba\b plascd this sear
Werribee - Laverton v. I.N.F. (Moore);
Werribee South v. Metropolitan Farm (Nash);
Altona v. Lara (McDermot);
Yarra Valley - Woori Yallock v. Seville
(Leverett); Wandin v. Warburton (Groves);
dale (McAlplne); Yarra Rovers v. Millgrove
(Godfrey).
West Gippsland-Rythdale v. Nar-nar-goon
(Beaumont) Pakenham v. Garfield Stars (Col-
lins); Bunyip v Bayles (Carroll).
Mid Gippsland -Yinnar v. Boolarra (Frlcke);
Morwell Bridge v. Haunted Hills (Pope);
Thorpdale v. B. C. Mine (Brown).
North Gippsland - Newry v Briagolong
(Clarke); Stratford v. Boisdale (Mckenzie).
Federal League-A Section Black Rock v.
Moorabbin (Sellars); Chelsea v. Mentone (Paw-
ley); Mordialloc v. Cheltenham (McMullan; ) B
Section Final - Highett v. E Aspendale at
Mentone (Jury).
South Gippsland -First Semi final Toora v.
Fish Creek at Meeniyan (Virth).
Diamond Valley -First Semi-final---Epping v
Greensborough (umpire to be notified).
Riddell -First Semi-final Riddell v Lance-
field (Petrie).
Lang Lang-Koiumburra -First Semi-flnal
V.F.A. Seconds' Semi-final
year Port Melbourne and Coburg will contest the
second semi final of the Associatlon seconds com-
petition at Preston on Saturday. Port Melbourne
has not been defeated this year and Coburg was
last years premier team.
Apart from the absence of Metherall, Port Mel-
bourne has a full team avallable and Coburg has
a lull list Including many senlor players. Port
Melbourne defeated Coburg in the only match theyy
have played this year.
UMPIRES AND OTHER NOTES League Seconds (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 3 August 1938 [Issue No.28,688] page 22 2017-09-23 16:18 Glen Alvie - Almurta v. Kilcunda (Little)
Yarra Valley - Woori Yalloek t Set Hie
Glen Alvie - Almurta v. Kilcunda (Little)
Yarra Valley - Woori Yalloek v. Seville
UMPIRES AND OTHER NOTES League Seconds (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 3 August 1938 [Issue No.28,688] page 22 2017-09-23 16:16 Glen Alvie - Almurta v Kilcunda (Little)
Blackwood v Bass (Shaw) "
Werribee - Latorton v INF (Moore)
Werribee South t Metropolitan Farm ¡Nash)
Altona v Lara (McDermotU
Monbulk v Silt an (Ross) Healesville t Yarra
Junction (R Simpson I Powelltown v Lily-
dale (McAlplne) Yarra Rosers t Millgrote
Glen Alvie - Almurta v. Kilcunda (Little)
Blackwood v. Bass (Shaw) "
Werribee - Laverton v. I.N.F. (Moore)
Werribee South v. Metropolitan Farm (Nash)
Altona v. Lara (McDermot)
Monbulk v. Silvan (Ross) Healesville v. Yarra
Junction (R Simpson) Powelltown v. Lily-
dale (McAlplne) Yarra Rovers v. Millgrote
WIDOWS OF BRITISH SOLDIERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 24 October 1914 [Issue No.18,595] page 10 2017-09-23 15:18 Sir, — As tHe result of a patriotic move-
Sir, — As the result of a patriotic move-
WIDOWS OF BRITISH SOLDIERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 24 October 1914 [Issue No.18,595] page 10 2017-09-23 15:18 Sir, — As tbe result o fa patriotic move-
Sir, — As tHe result of a patriotic move-
WIDOWS OF BRITISH SOLDIERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 24 October 1914 [Issue No.18,595] page 10 2017-09-23 15:17 Sir, — As tbe result o fa patriotic move
school 3265, & committee consisting of the
parents and supporters of the. movement
held a social evenink in the mechanics' in-
stitutc, Monbnlk, recently, juid I have
much pleasure m banding yon herewith the
sum of £12, being the proceeds, supple
a fund for tlie relief of the widows and
in progress. We would ask that you
would kindly hfrec it forwarded on to .the
.proper authorities, to be expended in the
manner indicated. So far, nothing 6ces»
to. have been done here in the matter of
and it is- trusted that . now a beginning
assist in rairing a substantial sum for the
doubt, Sir, yon will consent to receive any
approve of this object. — Youre, &cu,
\T. FOSTER. Chairman; "R: T. GOD
FREY, Hon." Secretary.
. Monbulk, 21st October.
Sir, — As tbe result o fa patriotic move-
school 3265, a committee consisting of the
parents and supporters of the movement
held a social evening in the mechanics' in-
stitute, Monbulk, recently, and I have
much pleasure in handing you herewith the
sum of £12, being the proceeds, supple-
a fund for the relief of the widows and
in progress. We would ask that you
would kindly have it forwarded on to the
proper authorities, to be expended in the
manner indicated. So far, nothing seems
to have been done here in the matter of
and it is trusted that now a beginning
assist in raising a substantial sum for the
doubt, Sir, you will consent to receive any
approve of this object. — Yours, &c.,
J. FOSTER. Chairman; R. T. GOD-
FREY, Hon. Secretary.
Monbulk, 21st October.
WIDOWS OF BRITISH SOLDIERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 24 October 1914 [Issue No.18,595] page 10 2017-09-23 15:13 WIDOWS OF BRITISH SOLDIER!.
to tteee nDcroat oar the age.
WIDOWS OF BRITISH SOLDIERS.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.
Ferntree Gully Council. Monday, 6th July. Present—Crs Kerr (president), Simpson, Dobson, Jones, Madigan, Lyones, Ingwerson, Miller, Chandler. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 8 July 1896 [Issue No.11] page 3 2017-09-23 15:10 engage Mr Gillman ss solicitor.
From William T. Sylvester and Ernest Zei?
From E., S. and A. Bank, London, with re
the council to accept conditions, and the presi
From Mrs Clink, stating with regard to her
property at Fern Tree Gully, asking the col
lector to collect the money from the ipesent
From Charles F. Cox, stating he had paid 10s
From Shire of Camberwell, re sparrows and
some steps being taken to eradicate the post,
purchase 1cwt. of poisoned wheat to be distri
the wheat? He wanted 50lbs. - The president
From Shire of Nunawading. asking what
engage Mr Gillman as solicitor.
From William T. Sylvester and Ernest Zeis-
From E., S. and A. Bank, London, with re-
the council to accept conditions, and the presi-
From Mrs Clink, stating with regard to her
property at Fern Tree Gully, asking the col-
lector to collect the money from the pesent
From Charles F. Cox, stating he had paid 10s
From Shire of Camberwell, re sparrows and
some steps being taken to eradicate the pest,
purchase 1cwt. of poisoned wheat to be distri-
the wheat? He wanted 50lbs. - The president
From Shire of Nunawading. asking what

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