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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,730,273
2 NeilHamilton 3,200,512
3 noelwoodhouse 3,187,571
4 John.F.Hall 2,452,953
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
315 booklars 123,551
316 GeoffBrown 123,267
317 coombe.id.au 122,658
318 mrsnickyd 122,511
319 Beatrice 122,424
320 jaholo 121,316

122,511 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2017 321
September 2017 654
April 2017 518
November 2016 8,388
October 2016 11,501
September 2016 15,533
August 2016 19,918
July 2016 14,008
June 2016 7,649
April 2016 33
February 2016 1,217
January 2016 1,711
September 2015 100
August 2015 642
July 2015 35
June 2015 268
May 2015 776
August 2014 89
March 2014 52
May 2012 49
April 2012 4,320
January 2012 4,132
December 2011 4,099
September 2011 2,289
August 2011 14,946
July 2011 8,799
June 2011 464

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,730,220
2 NeilHamilton 3,200,512
3 noelwoodhouse 3,187,571
4 John.F.Hall 2,452,947
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
314 booklars 123,551
315 GeoffBrown 123,267
316 coombe.id.au 122,592
317 mrsnickyd 122,511
318 Beatrice 122,391
319 jaholo 121,316

122,511 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2017 321
September 2017 654
April 2017 518
November 2016 8,388
October 2016 11,501
September 2016 15,533
August 2016 19,918
July 2016 14,008
June 2016 7,649
April 2016 33
February 2016 1,217
January 2016 1,711
September 2015 100
August 2015 642
July 2015 35
June 2015 268
May 2015 776
August 2014 89
March 2014 52
May 2012 49
April 2012 4,320
January 2012 4,132
December 2011 4,099
September 2011 2,289
August 2011 14,946
July 2011 8,799
June 2011 464

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Young Dancer's Success (Article), Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 - 1954), Thursday 28 September 1950 page 1 2017-10-22 19:55 .Batrbara Hughes, of East
Goulburn;, .proved a very suc
cassful competitor at the recent
Albury Elsteddfod...
8 and under 10, Shean Truib
has, sword .dance.
Highland Fling, Shean. Trulb
8), :sword dance Irish - Reel,
Barbara Hughes, of East
Goulburn, proved a very suc-
cessful competitor at the recent
Albury Eisteddfod.
8 and under 10, Shean Truib-
has, sword dance.
Highland Fling, Shean Truib-
8), sword dance Irish Reel,
SIFTINGS (Article), The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954), Tuesday 19 February 1952 [Issue No.7591] page 4 2017-10-22 19:52 - -William .John . O'-Monlly, 38.
laboutpr,, wnd .'bhSrgca ' In Mol-
boumrt ,eii .Tuesday, with tho
mtlnjeri. of . -Cbnstnblo, .1, Qoorgo
Howell.' 35. nt CnuHIold ou Jnn-
William John O'Meally, 28,
labourer, was charged in Mel-
bourne on Tuesday, with the
murder of Constable George
Howell, 35, at CaufieId on Jan-
SIFTINGS (Article), The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954), Tuesday 19 February 1952 [Issue No.7591] page 4 2017-10-22 19:48 .SlM
u-nccnuso of. lack ot. funda/ Al-
bbry i Klstctldfod 'Sdcioty -"wlH
.iiot.'liqld an elstoddCod this
,year..„ t.v-v " .,
SIFTINGS
Because of lack of funds Al-
bury Eisteddfod Society will
not hold an eisteddfod this
year.
Success at Albury Eisteddfod (Article), The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954), Friday 26 August 1949 [Issue No.7354] page 5 2017-10-22 14:46 Eisteddfod ' 'f v
//At Ue A 1 bn ry. - Ei st e cl df o d.; V t h I a
wacic, two local competitors ; were' buc-
resBful,/ . They -wero i Miss ; Winifred
Harrison; who gained .second; with 83
points to MIbb Valda Kollyvfor recital
from plckenB, under ID.' In the -Item
for hdmorods recitaI, l4 to 10. Donald
Adfunajgalned fli;st. xvith: 80 points. : j
KntiAu e'. exh iBif jb)(i '7
TJo,'C.W.A.8 '.-Antique Exhibition
Eisteddfod
At the Albury Eisteddfod this
week, two local competitors were suc-
cessful. They were Miss Winifred
Harrison; who gained second; with 83
points to Miss Valda Kelly for recital
from Dickens, under 19. In the ittem
for humorous recitaI, 14 to 16. Donald
Adams gained first with 80 points.
ANTIQUE EXHIBITION
The C.W.A.'s Antique Exhibition
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 14 May 1951 [Issue No.35,379] page 6 2017-10-22 14:00 'Gardner. 105 Trafalgar St Pete,
Alb iry NSW Bill Robertson 41
ll*t ol prize winners W11 be pub
I si ed In Hoyts Sneen News
l**si L doted June 1st
SIR! ICE BOX PT\ LIMITED -
clislve J1">8 to J4J2 Inclusive
i statement that the original cer
121) davs from the date ot thl
Gardner. 105 Trafalgar St Pete,
Albury NSW Bill Robertson 41
list of prize winners W11 be pub
lished in Hoyts Sneen News
issue dated June 1st
SERVICE BOX PTY LIMITED -
clislve, 3358 to 3432 inclusive
a statement that the original cer
(21) days from the date ot thl
ALBURY & DISTRICT Fell from Car and Injured (Article), Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), Friday 17 April 1936 page 9 2017-10-22 13:32 ; ALBURY & DISTRICT j
' FeU from Car and Injured
.Mr* John Griffith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. . H. Griffith, 'Delaware,'
!i and both hands badly grazed on Sun
day evening, when he slipped ? from, a
car in - Dean-street. The fall was.
orie of tho doors, to fly open when Mr.
While returning f roin the St. Pat
: on Monday Mr. George M' Intyre, of
Holbrook, had his' lip gashed when tho
car he was driving' struck a post on
.. the western side of the railway cross
. - ing in Fallon-street, Albury. Eichard
.windscreen as a result of the impact,
?,. received a shaking. The car was
f badly damaged.
''.'??. merly. of South Yarra (Vic), pas
. tion, near Albury, who died on August
? English estate was valued at £260,231,
and- his Victorian estate at £57,873.
?, Queensland, and also owned several
.restored to normality the deformed leg
?nf - a. lii.fin AlVtnrir mrl *tvlin nrmnnrP'1
likely to bo a permanent cripple until
. her parents were advised by an Albury
?doctor to send her to Sydney. The
' Under specialist treatment Theresa is
. firniity and the limb is almost normal
again. , ?
has considered, the subject of immunio
' The. municipality of Cootamundra
avoids these town3, , which are along
Tarcutta and Gundagai, on to Bowninj/,
u conference to discuss the matter,
and that the conference would bo hold
nfr a date to be fixed. It was suggested
should -be borne by tho Main Eoads
Board. Council decided to consider -.lie
mattpr in committee.
Shooting Accident Neai Tallangatta
Messrs.' Dan Sco It and James French
not ' seriously injured. He was con
veyed to Tallangatta Hospital and i.s
recovering. About 20 pellets wen!
Eiverina Students for Phillip Island
_ing a party of 80 Eiverina students for
vacation. All the Eiverina students
will be accommodated at 'Broad-
water,' Phillip Island, and will adhero
-The tour will be a very practical
education for the students, as the.r
'at. Phillip. Island. During the weok
Albury and Wagga AVagga students
are, in residence nearly 500 south Aus
The council ? of the Albury and
Border Eisteddfod Society has secure!
Mr. Louis Lavatcr as musical adjudi
Lavater is widely known as a mosc
of : competitors are instructive ar.d
interesting. For -the elocutionary 'sec
tion, Mr. Howlett Eoss, who was thvj
adjudicator, . of tho society's last,
eisteddfod, will again adjudicate. De
e.irly date.
Wlalwa Horticultural Show
ALBURY & DISTRICT
Fell from Car and Injured
Mr. John Griffith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Griffith, "Delaware,'
and both hands badly grazed on Sun-
day evening, when he slipped from a
car in Dean-street. The fall was
one of the doors, to fly open when Mr.
While returning f roin the St. Pat-
Holbrook, had his lip gashed when the
car he was driving struck a post on
the western side of the railway cross
ing in Fallon-street, Albury. Eichard
windscreen as a result of the impact,
received a shaking. The car was
badly damaged.
merly. of South Yarra (Vic), pas
tion, near Albury, who died on August
English estate was valued at £260,231,
and his Victorian estate at £57,873.
Queensland, and also owned several
restored to normality the deformed leg
of a little Albury girl, who appeared
likely to be a permanent cripple until
her parents were advised by an Albury
doctor to send her to Sydney. The
Under specialist treatment Theresa is
firmity and the limb is almost normal
again.
has considered, the subject of immunis-
The. municipality of Cootamundra
avoids these towns, which are along
Tarcutta and Gundagai, on to Bowning,
a conference to discuss the matter,
and that the conference would be hold
at a date to be fixed. It was suggested
should be borne by the Main Roads
Board. Council decided to consider the
matter in committee.
Shooting Accident Near Tallangatta
Messrs. Dan Scott and James French
not seriously injured. He was con-
veyed to Tallangatta Hospital and is
recovering. About 20 pellets were
Riverina Students for Phillip Island
ing a party of 80 Riverina students for
vacation. All the Riverina students
will be accommodated at "Broad-
water," Phillip Island, and will adhere
The tour will be a very practical
education for the students, as the
at Phillip. Island. During the week
Albury and Wagga Wagga students
are, in residence nearly 500 south Aus-
The council of the Albury and
Border Eisteddfod Society has secured
Mr. Louis Lavatcr as musical adjudi-
Lavater is widely known as a most
of competitors are instructive and
interesting. For the elocutionary sec-
tion, Mr. Howlett Ross, who was the
adjudicator of the society's last,
eisteddfod, will again adjudicate. De-
early date.
Walwa Horticultural Show
ALBURY AND DISTRICT Fourth Paralysis Case at Albury (Article), Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), Friday 19 November 1937 page 7 2017-10-22 13:05
previous- day. This is' the fourth case
reported at Albury in the last three,
weeks. The condition of the three ,
break in Victoria is likely to -be main-
from Victoria have entered N.iS.W.
since the ban was , imposed on August
28.. - '. _?
Albxuy, according to the mayor
'(Aid. A'. Waugh), will .be the gayest
anniversary celebrations early nexu
year.. The mayor 'said that the organ
week's programme, which was the .big
gest ever arranged at ? Albury, , would
have a flavor about' it that would not
only appeal to 'residents, but outsiders
as well. Oflieial intimation had been
received .that . the Governor of N.S.W.
'(Lord Wakehurst) would attend func
tions' at Albury on March 15 and 16. '
Iri .the Legislative Assembly on
there ' was a possibility of the course
of the Murray River being diverted to,'
Was the Minister awaro that this -would
it' would, result' in the .limitation- of
little use of? ..Would the Minister . see'
that the interests of the people of '
Albury arid , the State wore protoctqd?,
Mr. Spoono'r said he was ' not 'awaro
of any proposal that would, divert the
to affect the position of Albury. 'I
have tho/- effect' 'the 'honorable member
mentions, 'concluded Mr. Spoonor. 'I
Albury Eisteddfod Committee *
. ' 'Albury Eisteddfod Society met on
following Committees: — 'Service* com
mittee, Messrs.- JR. C. 'Smith, A. C. Hake,
finance committee/ Rev. C. B. .Alex
ander, Messrs. A. C. Ilakc, Littloton,
Vining, Evans, IL Hudson, Mrs. C. H.
Pratt, Misses Everett and' Parkinson.
The following were elected tho adjudi-;
cators' committee: — Dr. tir. D. Keium,
Thomas and Miss L. Boyos. On the
question of raising tho prize money
sufficiently to' attract /newcomers, Mr.1
Thomas expressed the view that it was'
advisable, in the interests, of maintain
ing the standard, .to encourage visiting
able to increase the prizes, for -solo
items' lioyond cbit&in limits, . Miy Hake
agreed with thia view, and also sug
second place carry a greater .proportion
a social committee, and - suggestions
similar to a successful one held . at
(Continued on ;page 9.) .
thorities ar Albury on Tuesday. It
previous day. This is the fourth case
reported at Albury in the last three
weeks. The condition of the three
break in Victoria is likely to be main-
from Victoria have entered N.S.W.
since the ban was imposed on August
28.
Albury, according to the mayor
(Ald. A. Waugh), will be the gayest
anniversary celebrations early next
year. The mayor said that the organ-
week's programme, which was the big-
gest ever arranged at Albury, would
have a flavor about it that would not
only appeal to residents, but outsiders
as well. Official intimation had been
received that the Governor of N.S.W.
(Lord Wakehurst) would attend func-
tions at Albury on March 15 and 16.
In the Legislative Assembly on
there was a possibility of the course
of the Murray River being diverted to,
Was the Minister awaro that this would
it' would, result' in the .limitation of
little use of? ..Would the Minister see
that the interests of the people of
Albury arid , the State wore protected
Mr. Spoono'r said he was not aware
of any proposal that would divert the
to affect the position of Albury. "I
have the effect the honorable member
mentions," concluded Mr. Spooner. 'I
Albury Eisteddfod Committee
Albury Eisteddfod Society met on
following Committees: — Service com-
mittee, Messrs. R. C. Smith, A. C. Hake,
finance committee, Rev. C. B. Alex-
ander, Messrs. A. C. Hake, Littleton,
Vining, Evans, H. Hudson, Mrs. C. H.
Pratt, Misses Everett and Parkinson.
The following were elected tho adjudi-
cators' committee: — Dr. G. D. Kenna,
Thomas and Miss L. Boyes. On the
question of raising the prize money
sufficiently to attract newcomers, Mr.
Thomas expressed the view that it was
advisable, in the interests of maintain-
ing the standard, to encourage visiting
able to increase the prizes, for solo
items beyond certain limits. Mr. Hake
agreed with this view, and also sug-
second place carry a greater proportion
a social committee, and suggestions
similar to a successful one held at
(Continued on page 9.) .
ALBURY AND DISTRICT Fourth Paralysis Case at Albury (Article), Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), Friday 19 November 1937 page 7 2017-10-22 12:58 'ALBURY,AND DISTRICT
-a» ?
reported to the municipal health . au
thorities at' Albury on Tuesday. ' It
concerned a boy aged 3-J years, who |
ALBURY AND DISTRICT

reported to the municipal health au-

concerned a boy aged 3½ years, who |
Riverina News. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 11 August 1936 [Issue No.25,373] page 16 2017-10-22 12:56 ALBURY. — Aibury nnd Border Eisteddfod
Monday. Results:— Kecliatlon, 8 and under.
Amy Straclian, l; Valerto Johnwon, 2. Violin
Solo (.12 and under) ; Doruen Heath. J: Mar
garet Mcintosh. 2. IMano Duct (15 nnd un-
der): Dawn Oollinps nnd Dorothy Popnle-
lon, 1: Betty Buggy and Geraldlne O'Brien,
2. Impromptu Rending: Betty Syles, 1; M.
Gnrnsey, 2. Humorous Recitation (14 and
under): Bnrbarn Hutchleson, 1: Valeric John
son. 2. Solo (buy or girl). 10 and under:
Mary James, 1; Valma l'ratt, 2. Shakespear
ian Recitation (10 and under): Joan "Williams,
I; Iris Thorscn, 2.
ALBURY. — Albury and Border Eisteddfod
Monday. Results:— Recitation, 8 and under,
Amy Strachan, 1; Valerie Johnson, 2. Violin
Solo (12 and under) ; Doreen Heath. 1: Mar-
garet McIntosh, 2. Piano Duet (15 and un-
der): Dawn Collings and Dorothy Popple-
ton, 1: Betty Buggy and Geraldlne O'Brien,
2. Impromptu Reading: Betty Syles, 1; M.
Garnsey, 2. Humorous Recitation (14 and
under): Barbara Hutchieson, 1: Valerie John-
son. 2. Solo (boy or girl), 10 and under:
Mary James, 1; Valma Pratt, 2. Shakespear-
ian Recitation (10 and under): Joan Williams,
1; Iris Thorsen, 2.
RIVERINA ALBURY AND DISTRICT (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 29 June 1934 [Issue No.27,414] page 3 2017-10-22 12:51 Albury Police hate recels ed a flood wnrnlng
the Murray below Albur) need hnve no fear
ns the Hume lcscrsolr which has a capnt.lt)
of 1 250 000 acic feet Is not hnlf full
Alburi nnd Border Eisteddfod Boc le ti has
been formed with Alderman A Waugh patron
Mr A C Hake president Messrs L Needham
mid E R Wilson Joint secretaries and Mr R
Albury Police have received a flood warning
the Murray below Albury need have no fear
as the Hume reseervoir which has a capacity
of 1,250,000 acre-feet is not half full.
Albury and Border Eisteddfod Society has
been formed with Alderman A. Waugh patron.
Mr. A. C. Hake president Messrs L. Needham
and E R Wilson Joint secretaries and Mr R

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