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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,543
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,974,211
4 annmanley 2,242,457
5 John.F.Hall 2,203,340
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17503 buggsy58 223
17504 callum16 223
17505 chalky5 223
17506 choc96 223
17507 coope123 223
17508 croon4u 223

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June 2017 14
May 2017 62
April 2017 117
March 2017 30

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,512
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,974,211
4 annmanley 2,242,387
5 John.F.Hall 2,203,335
...
17498 buggsy58 223
17499 callum16 223
17500 chalky5 223
17501 choc96 223
17502 coope123 223
17503 croon4u 223

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June 2017 14
May 2017 62
April 2017 117
March 2017 30

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OUR LIBRARIES. A BASIS OF REFORM Municipal Self-Help and State Aid. Librarians on the Munn-Pitt Report. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 27 March 1935 [Issue No.24945] page 11 2017-06-20 16:53 mcro obvious defects of the Australian
by leading librarians who met to con
ference was aticnuuu uy me. a. .IT,, nu,
chief librarian of tho Public Library ol'
librarians commend the frankness of tho
Munn-Pltt report in exposing the back
wardness of library service in this coun
try, and approve generally of the recom
"We consider," snys the report, "that
the existing country and suburban insti
tutes and schools of arts arc inadequate
more obvious defects of the Australian
by leading librarians who met to con-
ference was attended by Mr E. R. Pitt,
chief librarian of tho Public Library of
librarians commend the frankness of the
Munn-Pltt report in exposing the back-
wardness of library service in this coun-
try, and approve generally of the recom-
"We consider," says the report, "that
the existing country and suburban insti-
tutes and schools of arts are inadequate
OUR LIBRARIES. A BASIS OF REFORM Municipal Self-Help and State Aid. Librarians on the Munn-Pitt Report. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 27 March 1935 [Issue No.24945] page 11 2017-06-19 12:28 Lbs a ans on the Munn-Pitfc
libraries system, which was recently sur
by3 leading librarians who met to con
Librarians on the Munn-Pitt
libraries system, which was recently sur-
by leading librarians who met to con
The Crusade against Immorality. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 15 June 1889 [Issue No.1,036] page 7 2017-05-19 23:11
The Crusade against Immorality. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 15 June 1889 [Issue No.1,036] page 7 2017-05-19 23:02 silent when I know foat hundreds and thousands
and ! am quite willing to stand aside." Mr,
cannot be stated m foe columns of a daily
journal, certainly could not be exceeded in foe
loathsome orgie9 of the most degraded
Yarley, " in Melbourne, the chief City of foe
-southern hemisphere." . Mr. Yarley expressed
past, would, as a result of foe conference, be
terested audience foat a large and influential
that gentleman foe need and importance of the
evoked by the announcement foat it would be
malting foe accosting of young girls and women
by depraved and fallen men in -the streets,
= punishable offence. We are informed that foe
Rev. Allan Webb and Mr. Maddocks- are
representative gathering . to wait upon foe
suburbs, in order to extend and consolidate foe
interest which exists, and that just prior to foe ;
silent when I know that hundreds and thousands
and ! am quite willing to stand aside." Mr.
cannot be stated in the columns of a daily
journal, certainly could not be exceeded in the
loathsome orgies of the most degraded
Varley, "in Melbourne, the chief City of the
southern hemisphere." Mr. Yarley expressed
past, would, as a result of the conference, be
terested audience that a large and influential
that gentleman the need and importance of the
evoked by the announcement that it would be
making the accosting of young girls and women
by depraved and fallen men in the streets,
punishable offence. We are informed that the
Rev. Allan Webb and Mr. Maddocks are
representative gathering . to wait upon the
suburbs, in order to extend and consolidate the
interest which exists, and that just prior to the
The Crusade against Immorality. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 15 June 1889 [Issue No.1,036] page 7 2017-05-19 22:55 connected lias been tolerated and practically
unattacked for nearly thirty yeans, foe criticism
is weakj'and not to foe point. Thirty years of
consent to the buying and eelling of young girls
mid women for foe most degrading immorality,,
and people have either been silent or foe
efforts put forth have been 60 feeble that the-
notorious woman "has not only laughed at
the , authorities, but accumulated thousands of
souls of young girls. Such were foe conditions
am delighted to hear that the- Government in
hardly say," added Mr. Yartey, " that to fight
connected has been tolerated and practically
unattacked for nearly thirty years, the criticism
is weak, and not to the point. Thirty years of
consent to the buying and selling of young girls
and women for the most degrading immorality,
and people have either been silent or the
efforts put forth have been so feeble that the
notorious woman has not only laughed at
the authorities, but accumulated thousands of
souls of young girls. Such were the conditions
am delighted to hear that the Government in
hardly say," added Mr. Vartey, "that to fight
The Crusade against Immorality. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 15 June 1889 [Issue No.1,036] page 7 2017-05-19 22:50 las Mr- Parley said that
evidbntiy 9t h<i ikahdr hy foe
Attenmy-Gteaeral to Mr;' Mia<6ock8,Tn which
foat gentleman stated foat the Government had '
fl measure in hand similar to, if not identical
with, - thetlrimlaai 3aaarAm«idment Actwhiehl
fooy intendsflv fo bring fOTW thifl sessima, '
fihght fairly he claimed as a result of the
pressure pmch was an outcome of foe agitation :
foat had been carried" mi. "I aintold,,, said
Mf. Yariejr, foat my inethods are crude, and
that I have "not acted wisely ; "but "when T
remember foat foe stronghold of hideous vice
hall on Wednesday last, Mr. Varley said that
evidently the communication made by the
Attorney-General to Mr. Maddocks, in which
that gentleman stated that the Government had
a measure in hand similar to, if not identical
with, the Criminal Law Amendment Act which
they intended to bring forward this session,
might fairly be claimed as a result of the
pressure which was an outcome of the agitation
that had been carried on. "I am told," said
Mr Varley, "that my methods are crude, and
that I have not acted wisely ; but when I
remember that the stronghold of hideous vice
The Crusade against Immorality. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 15 June 1889 [Issue No.1,036] page 7 2017-05-19 22:43 [?]
(CoaonnsicATED.) v r i '
_Tke wide-spread interest which exists Ik foi
AlA >2? L" Amftndnymt
Sunday
abply interesting address, Mr. Varley reviewed
the various steps which had been taken, nod
pcnnteiLout Umt whilst all might not agree with
him on jthe tacfics which he ISd felt iteeasarv
rMuhied foat fhe course
aroueed foe isvhole «¥>runmnity to
fooi%Ut and action tofoe degrading
teea which were a Tmdal to foe City and
ony. Beferring tofoeimjmntwt canfmace
of nanisters and public men Aeld at the Town-
The Crusades against Immorality.
(Communicated.)
The wide-spread interest which exists in the
City touching the Criminal Law Amendment Act, received fresh illustrations in the great com-
pany, of men, which, for the fourth time,
crowded the Theatre Royal in every part on
Sunday afternoon last. In the course of a
deeply interesting address, Mr. Varley reviewed
the various steps which had been taken, and
pointed out that whilst all might not agree with
him on the tactics which he had felt it necessary
to adopt the fact remained that the course
pursued had aroused the whole community to
thought and action in regard to the degrading
vices which were a scandal to the City and
colony. Referring to the important conferences
of ministers and public men held at the Town
LATEST MELBOURNE NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). MELBOURNE, Monday. THE HAWTHORN OUTRAGE. (Article), Camperdown Chronicle (Vic. : 1877 - 1954), Tuesday 20 August 1901 [Issue No.4370] page 3 2017-04-11 13:29 No fresb developments of any sort
tbe ht-cking up of the Rtversdale ruad
th.it the crime is nt,fc the work of expert
"canning to tike-tiutbini; that wasidenti-
Bable, and to leave no clue wUatever be
hind them.' The ca3e is regarded as one
of 'he most difficult with which the
been confronted. ~>l" -
No fresh developments of any sort
the sticking up of the Riverdale road
that the crime is not the work of expert
cunning to take nothing that was identi-
bable, and to leave no clue whatever be-
hind them. The case is regarded as one
of the most difficult with which the
been confronted.
CRIME IN MELBOURNE. MORE POLICE WANTED. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1901 [Issue No.14,599] page 4 2017-04-11 13:21 II Is over two .veiivs- since "The Age" di
rected at lent Ion to the 'nliinnlng situation
existing with respect to the police protec
tion of life und property In the uietropoll-
tan nren, yet to-iluy the citizens slnml-lf
anything Iu a worse position tint 11 before.
Brutal assaults mid cases of housebreaking
It is over two years since "The Age" di-
rected attention to the alarming situation
existing with respect to the police protec-
tion of life und property In the metropoll-
tan aren, yet to-day the citizens stand if
anything in a worse position than before.
Brutal assaults and cases of housebreaking
Hawthorn-East Melbourne. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 22 September 1936 [Issue No.25,409] page 6 2017-04-11 13:15 B. Barnett, tho scond wlcketkeeper of tho
?,u'h Africa, has been reappointed captain of
Hawthorn-East Melbourne, and B, Coscravc
vlcc-captaln.
B. Barnett, the second wlcketkeeper of the
South Africa, has been reappointed captain of
Hawthorn-East Melbourne, and B. Cosgrave
vlce-captaln.

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