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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,945
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,478
...
279 vcuskelly 127,532
280 mfox 127,335
281 lisa123 126,330
282 murds5 125,571
283 Armadale5 125,538
284 Gay-Reed 125,333

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April 2017 516
March 2017 3,181
February 2017 3,290
January 2017 8,209
December 2016 2,351
November 2016 3,485
October 2016 8,591
September 2016 12,810
August 2016 29,322
July 2016 2,155
June 2016 17,702
May 2016 8,198
April 2016 13,222
March 2016 11,604
February 2016 935

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,914
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,473
...
461 illova 72,593
462 kjharris 72,572
463 snu3 72,272
464 murds5 71,373
465 Jonsson 71,202
466 kmfarley 71,048

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April 2017 516
March 2017 2,622
February 2017 3,015
January 2017 4,853
December 2016 2,349
November 2016 3,039
October 2016 6,545
September 2016 8,791
August 2016 9,144
July 2016 943
June 2016 10,069
May 2016 7,850
April 2016 393
March 2016 10,323
February 2016 921

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 83,619
2 mickbrook 82,485
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,408
5 EricTheRed 20,242

54,198 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 559
February 2017 275
January 2017 3,356
December 2016 2
November 2016 446
October 2016 2,046
September 2016 4,019
August 2016 20,178
July 2016 1,212
June 2016 7,633
May 2016 348
April 2016 12,829
March 2016 1,281
February 2016 14


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SHIPPING NEWS. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 2 2017-04-12 09:47 smssnsG imws.
Part Pirie-—-Latitude, 33 dej*. Ji mta.
Shipping news.
Port Pirie-—-Latitude, 33 deg. 11 min.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 2 2017-04-12 09:37 from London, via Fremnntlo. To sail.
Juanita North, steamar, 3,503 tons,
«aU.
Jupiter. Danish sbip, IG51 tons, Funder.
M u!«en, master, from Puget Sounds To
sal. .
Lormond, master, from Hamburg. Sailed
J. C. Julius. Ge« man barque, 107d tons
Kaffir, steamar, 2736 ton3. Sinclair
Mary Augusta, ship. 1.383 tons, Worden
rcaster, from the Baltic. To sail.
July 15; 92 Jays out.
Nowsbov, American barque, 509 tons,
Slollested, master, from Paget Sound.
Sailed July 31st. 7lj days out.
Pengivern, ship, 1.492 tons, Davies
27 daj-s out, -
Pt vi Victoria, s.s., 3,37S tons, Iwman,
from Bar/y. Sailed Sept. 10, 34 days out.
■Tiger, s.s. 3270 tons, Edwardson. from
Vladivoitock. To sail.
Artuma, s.tanur,3H2 taas, Carr, from
Aloyone. German 4-masted barque. 241S
ton?. Brims, from Antwerp. Sailed
October 1. 13 days out.
from South Afriea. To sail.
Ashley, steamer. 2297 t033, Webber.
froaaJava. To sail.
VESSELS ON PASSAGE FEGM POET
PIRLE. .
master. tor St. Nazaire ; sailed June 17 ,
master, for Swansea, sitled July 9; 92 days,
oat.
Eiver Falloch, 3nip, 1535 tons, Wilson,
inastir,for Guam. Sailed Sept. 14th, 30
Amulreo. barque. 1323 tons. Steele, for
Newcastle, sailed October S, 7 days out.
from London, via Fremantle. To sail.
Juanita North, steamer, 3,503 tons,
sail.
Jupiter. Danish ship, 1651 tons, Funder.
Madsen, master, from Puget Sound. To
sail.
Lermond, master, from Hamburg. Sailed
J. C. Julius. German barque, 1075 tons
Kaffir, steamer, 2736 tons. Sinclair
Mary Augusta, ship. 1,385 tons, Worden
master, from the Baltic. To sail.
July 15; 92 days out.
Newsboy, American barque, 509 tons,
Mollested, master, from Puget Sound.
Sailed July 31st. 76 days out.
Pengwern, ship, 1,492 tons, Davies
27 days out.
Port Victoria, s.s., 3,378 tons, Imman,
from Barry. Sailed Sept. 10, 34 days out.
Tiger, s.s. 3270 tons, Edwardson. from
Vladivostock. To sail.
Armana, steamer, 3442 tons, Carr, from
Aleyone. German 4-masted barque. 2418
tons. Brims, from Antwerp. Sailed
October 1. 15 days out.
from South Africa. To sail.
Ashley, steamer. 2297 tons, Webber.
from Java. To sail.
VESSELS ON PASSAGE FROM PORT
PIRIE.
master. for St. Nazaire ; sailed June 17 ,
master, for Swansea, sailed July 9; 92 days,
out.
River Falloch, ship, 1535 tons, Wilson,
master ,for Guam. Sailed Sept. 14th, 30
Amulree. barque. 1329 tons. Steele, for
Newcastle, sailed October 8, 7 days out.
DEPARTURES. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 2 2017-04-12 09:30 O.-t. 12—Bra tor. steamer, IS29 tons, Hood,
Di'ie^n, for Port Lincoln.
Oe\ 12—Capella. fcetcb. 73 tons, Linquest,
f<-r Port Lincoln.
Linco'n.
Oct. 12— Koberi Burns, ketch, for Tiekera.
Oct. 12—Omeo. schooner. for Tiekera.
Oct. 12—Britiannia, ketch, for Ticbera.
Oct. 1:5—Wilpena, ketch, for Port Brough
tcn.
Oct. I;,'— E^roaiont Castle, steamer, 1873
2DC0 tons lead, U.U.P. Co.; 1SS tons
concentrates. F. II. Snow.
Oct. 12—Brator. steamer, 1829 tons, Hood,
Dineen, for Port Lincoln.
Oct. 12—Capella. ketch. 73 tons, Linquest,
for Port Lincoln.
Lincoln.
Oct. 12— Robert Burns, ketch, for Tickera.
Oct. 12—Omeo, schooner. for Tickera.
Oct. 12—Britiannia, ketch, for Tickera.
Oct. 13—Wilpena, ketch, for Port Brough-
ton.
Oct. 12— Egremont Castle, steamer, 1873
2000 tons lead, B.H..P. Co.; 188 tons
concentrates. F. H.. Snow.
Sporting Notes. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Wednesday 12 October 1898 [Issue No.28] page 3 2017-04-12 09:26 ; The final acceptances for the Caul field
Cup we*e due on Monday, and 34 still
remain iji. 1 don't suppose more th^n a
anything might happen. Double-orent
Amberite, Wayfarer^ and Olaf declined
.on punters when horses of their calibre
Acceptances will be seen, it is hard to
sny what will start. Hatnault will prob
one mile, but can have no "chance against
Bob.idil at a difference of 7 lbs., arid the
older division in the places,. The Chief
and Hymcttus for choice. Gipsy Bill is
not iil tly Jo he out in the Nursery
Handit ip i lie only-arrived in Mel
bourne yesterday, but Silverthorr. should
go near winning the Australian Hunters':
Cup in tue nanus or T. McFie, who has
horse. Mournpool and Wyallavsril! bp
remainder of the three-yearmolds, and
now th'»t Cordite has been seen under
silk, laying 7 to 4 on the ciack retaining
f.iir wager. Stafia ran. well in the
Tcorak Handicap. Vut had no chance
Forrester's winning account by scoring i
and Monte upset a ■ hot pot in M?.nazona
Steeplechase, and soipe idea of the pace
they so over there may b'e gathered from
the time—3 min.. 58, sec. for two' miles.
Trcraarden got home half a length from
Golaen Queen and Fleetfoot in the
Debutant Stakes, but the South Aus
fun. :
'and other matter,
Cup were due on Monday, and 34 still
remain in. I don't suppose more than a
anything might happen. Double-event
Amberite, Wayfarer, and Olaf declined
on punters when horses of their calibre
acceptances will be seen, it is hard to
say what will start. Hainault will prob
one mile, but can have no chance against
Bobadil at a difference of 7 lbs., and the
older division in the places. The Chief
and Hymettus for choice. Gipsy Bill is
not likely to be out in the Nursery
Handicap, as he only arrived in Mel-
bourne yesterday, but Silverthorn should
go near winning the Australian Hunters'
Cup in the hands of T. McFie, who has
horse. Mournpool and Wyalla will be
remainder of the three-year-olds, and
now that Cordite has been seen under
silk, laying 7 to 4 on the crack retaining
fair wager. Staffa ran well in the
Toorak Handicap, but had no chance
Forrester's winning account by scoring
and Monte upset a hot pot in Manazona
Steeplechase, and some idea of the pace
they go over there may be gathered from
the time—3 min.. 58, sec. for two miles.
Tremarden got home half a length from
Golden Queen and Fleetfoot in the
Debutant Stakes, but the South Aus-
run.
and other matter,
A Jockey's Appetite. THREE GOOD MEALS A DAY. (From Quiz and the Lantern.) (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Wednesday 12 October 1898 [Issue No.28] page 4 2017-04-12 09:20 THREE GOOD MEaI^ ^ BAY;
(Jftom. Quiz and the Lantern.)
any inconvenience/' replied Mr.
able :—4< For nearly two years I
ofc the digestive organs. I could not
description. I took: medical advice,
to leave my employment and -relin
mended by my' employer, Mr. W
Mallen, to take Dr. Williams' iPink
not taken any for over fonr months,
as 1 am completely cured. Daring
ray illness I fell off in weight.from 9s
lo 7st 61b. I last turned the scale ai
8st 41b, and I dare say I am heavier
sumption. I neyer felt better in my
have ridden at the Accassion meeting
June, 1S9S."
shew F
. Be sure you ask for Dr. Williams'
measles, influenza, ' rheumatism,
liver and kidney troubles, ansemia,
nervons prostration, indigestion,
pimples, St. Vitus Dance, vital ail
debility, &c,, <fcc., by Dr. Williams'
THREE GOOD MEALS A DAY.
(From Quiz and the Lantern.)
any inconvenience," replied Mr.
able :—" For nearly two years I
of the digestive organs. I could not
description. I took medical advice,
to leave my employment and relin
mended by my employer, Mr. W
Mallen, to take Dr. Williams' Pink
not taken any for over four months,
as I am completely cured. During
my illness I fell off in weight.from 9s
to 7st 61b. I last turned the scale at
8st 4lb, and I dare say I am heavier
sumption. I never felt better in my
have ridden at the Accession meeting
June, 1898."
show?
Be sure you ask for Dr. Williams'
measles, influenza, rheumatism,
liver and kidney troubles, anæmia,
nervous prostration, indigestion,
pimples, St. Vitus Dance, vital ail-
debility, &c,, &c., by Dr. Williams'
VESSELS IN HABBOR. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Wednesday 12 October 1898 [Issue No.28] page 2 2017-04-12 09:16 VESSELS IN HABBOR.
Princo Bobert, fonr-nmsted barque,
2,654 tons, Hansen,master, from Port
Glancus, steamer, 3597 tons, Barwiso
Table Bay. *
Brator/steamer, 1829 tons, Hood, from
Sydc'oy. '""
Boso, from Newcastle via Port Augusta.
Wiltyaina, steamer, 1713 tons, Barry,
frofa JSo-vcastle via Port Adelaide.
Coasters.—Neleebee, Uribes; Spindrift
Young Galatea, Normanviile, Bobert
Capella, • • ••■ -
VESSELS IN HARBOR.
Prince Robert, four-masted barque,
2,654 tons, Hansen, master, from Port
Glaucus, steamer, 3597 tons, Barwise
Table Bay.
Brator, steamer, 1829 tons, Hood, from
Sydney.
Rose, from Newcastle via Port Augusta.
Willyama, steamer, 1713 tons, Barry,
from Newcastle via Port Adelaide.
Coasters.—Nelcebee, Uribes; Spindrift
Young Galatea, Normanville, Robert
Capella.
Accident with a Chaffcutter. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Wednesday 12 October 1898 [Issue No.28] page 3 2017-04-12 09:13 Accident itltli a lliafffotter.
^ AuElaipk, Tuesday Nigbfc. j
OnSan&tylasfe, whilst three chil
dren pfayieg witf^a^cte^atter:
at Stoc&weff.a boy named Whelan,
six years of a«»e, got his leg csiaght in
the c*»g8 and had the flesh stripp -d
Accident with a Chaffcutter.
Adelaide, Tuesday Night.
On Sunday last, whilst three chil-
dren were playing witha chaffcutter
at Stockwell, a boy named Whelan,
six years of age, got his leg caught in
the cogs and had the flesh stripped
Northern Public School's Industrial Exhibition. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Wednesday 12 October 1898 [Issue No.28] page 4 2017-04-12 09:09 Forsaith, P, E Lawrie, P; sveet.
Hogben, S j ribbon cake, B Milbouru
P, E Safer, S; seed cake, H Mil
boarn, P, H Knight, . P ; Batter, L,
Hannan,HP W, No. 267, No. 262,
scenes, H Knight, P, -_E Lawrie, P,
Forsaith, P, E Lawrie, P; sweet.
Hogben, S ; ribbon cake, B Milbourn
P, E Suter, S; seed cake, H Mil
bourn, P, H Knight, . P ; Butter, L,
Hannan, H P W, No. 267, No. 262,
scenes, H Knight, P. E Lawrie, P,
Northern Public School's Industrial Exhibition. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Wednesday 12 October 1898 [Issue No.28] page 4 2017-04-12 09:08 Cookery.— Biead, M Hannan, H
PW| It Matthews, HPW; plum
podding, R Chesson. S, H Milboarn,
P; sponge roll, B Milboarn, P, R.
Cookery.— Bread, M Hannan, H
P W, M Matthews, H P W; plum
pudding, R Chesson. S, H Milbourn,
P; sponge roll, B Milbourn, P, R.
Northern Public School's Industrial Exhibition. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Wednesday 12 October 1898 [Issue No.28] page 4 2017-04-12 09:06 Daisy Bennett, L, Is 6d, Mary
SeiHck, L. Is; araseae, over 12, Raby
Moore. J. 2s, Hilda Cox, P. Is 6d j
head work, tinder 12, May Fnrsaith,
P, 2s, Chrissie Tait, P. Is 6d, M
Ferry/C, Is, G Bates, S^HM ; ^eadi
work, over 12, Evelyn Suter, S, iJs. F
Kit*on, C, Is6d, W Batten, C, Is;
h urpiu work, under 12, Caltowie, 2s ;
luivpin work, over 12. Bertha Harm,
Jj, 'iSjiiinda Wise, B, ls 6d, ANeff- ;
Is; crinkled paper work
tinder 12. Effic Hogben, S, 2s;
MilbbDrne,P,2s, AgnesThomson, S,
la 6d; M Byrnes, P, Is; tatting,
over 12, B Milbbamei- 2s/M
Is 6d, Olive Plenty, N, Jls j misicel-;
laneous, over 12, Mande Ingerson, P,
2s, Bertha Harris, N, Is 6d, Amy
'Forze, S, Is; fourth class com
Mary Thomas, P, is 6d.
Drawing.—Map o! North America,
D Jones, 2nd, G; Earope, S Pearce, B,
; J; G McNeil, J, A Haese, J; B Brocks,
HM^ J, Roy Magor, HM, S ; I B.
drawing, A Haese, J, J Westlev, J,
2a. drawing, L Hobbs, G, T Richard
HM, B, G Oram, HM, O; 2b drawing,
A Bowen, B, G Oran, 0, F Morris,
HM, P; 3a drawing, A Crossman, Ii,
G Piralott, S, A Acott, L. M Ham
mill, L, C Ingerson, HM, S; 3b
S, L Clark, S, A Timlott. HM, S ;
Neale. J, B Oborn. W P. D Cameron,
HM, J, S Bui ford. Hil, J■ • 4b draw
S Noblelt, J, B Wbeaton. HM,
ColHnsfield; scale drawing, M Lane.,
B. O Wise, B, H Fass, B, K Sand
land. HM, B ; 5u drawing, M Hill, J,
Vohiy J; J) McLeou, J, R Moore,
drawing, W Blackett, M, F Laoge, M,
E" Lawrie, P, B Milboam," P, S
Pearce, HM, B, A Sfeele, HM. B. B
Patterns of garments, tClass IV.—
Ingerson, S, RClift, HM, J, J fairiie,
Wnitiso.-—Copy C—J Westley, J,
Cieggett. L, GOram. O, M Rowe, P,
HM, J; Copy 0.—E Felstead, L, H
Text Hand.'—Class IV—D. Coles,
Dodd, S, M McAlouey, E Feisted,
Nicholson, J," C Brown, HM, j ;
Wise, B, W Bateh, C, M Scorgie,
small hand, A Benfcley, B, D McLeod,
B, M Fnss, H M, B; Class I, tran
scription book, G Pavlicli. P, C Hill,
N Sater, H M, S; Class IL, tran
scription book, !• Jl Cieggett, iL,"r E
H M, WF; Class TIL, transcription
Brown, J, M Hill, IIM. B, M Wall,
HM, 'B; Class TV., transcription
Lamraan, W F, H Cox, H M, "P, D
scription, M Fnss, B, M Close, L, H
Braund, L, G; Taylor, HM, L, D
Beunett, HM, L, R Moore, J; Class
Boehm. AY, E Brinkworth, AY,
work, E Lawiie, P, G Bell, P, B
Milbonrn, P; F Brown, H M, S;
tester motto, O Walker, B, S Pearce,
(illuminated), S Pearce, B, 0 Walker,
B, schbolsr?competition, ulaKea S to
Plmx Needlework—First Class
AHolz^J.
Second Class.—Masliu or Holland
pinafprei E Magor, S, M Rowe, P, E
Arbon,^ Sy W Rosevear, S; pillow
Matthews^ S, E Magor, S, h m, S
Wall, B, h in, M Britten, S, h m, M
hemmiog, &c, Ella Warren, J, K
'Rowj, J, E Neale, J; child's chemise,
A Crossman. L, B Wiesner, L, 31
•Wilsdon, S; Holland pinafore, M
Bell, B; mnslin do, R Grosser, J, J
Scott, C Bj-M Waif, B, E Holland,
Neale, M? Jenkins, L, C Bills, L;
Honey, L knitted socfc^, G
^Baarth Class.—Specimens, L Waity
J; O Wise, B, M Walter, L, ■ E Scott,
C B, h m, D Marsh, C B j button
holesy O Wise, B, A I^uske^0,.|B
webbing, M McGibbon, S, M Bran
darning ^stocking, M Walker, L, A
Kanschke, C, O Wise, B; slip bodice,
P f girls^ drawrers, M O'Brien, L, E
Bowker, L, R Chesson, S, J»i Batten,
C, Ti m; girl's nightgown, M Batten,
L;D Jones, G; petticoat, 1> Marsh,
Philcox, S, h m, M Walter, L, h ni;
OB, E Scoit, CB, L M^te, J, M
Holder, J, h m, S Bodd, S, h ra,
E Wilfcs, B; buttonholes, A Bentlej,
B.J Crocker, L, M Bosomw-rth. P,
E Wilfes,' b m, B. M Frith, C B;
darning rent, <B - Pearce. B, A
Sreele, B. A Bentley, B, Ii nj, A
Close, L, b m; darning st-Ksklttg, H"
Close, L, A Close, L, L McKeszie, L,
G Taylor, L t slip hodice. E Lissock,
B, M FaS3. B, C Forrest, L; petticoat
K Humphris, P, I Crocker, L, E
Bills, li McKenzie, L, h in ; night
gown, E Scott, C B, VB: Milbonrn, P,
L H Close, L, h m, M
McConnochie, X, h m, M Bosom
worth, P, h in; chemise, A Steele,
Daisy Bennett, L, 1s 6d, Mary
Sellick, L. 1s; arasene, over 12, Ruby
Moore. J. 2s, Hilda Cox, P. 1s 6d ;
head work, under 12, May Forsaith,
P, 2s, Chrissie Tait, P. 1s 6d, M
Ferry, C, 1s, O Bates, S. HM ; bead
work, over 12, Evelyn Suter, S, 2s. F
Kitson, C, 1s 6d, W Batten, C, 1s;
hairpin work, under 12, Caltowie, 2s ;
hairpin work, over 12. Bertha Harris,
N, Linda Wise, B, 1s 6d, A New-
man, B. 1s; crinkled paper work
under 12. Effie Hogben, S, 2s;
Milbourne,P,2s, AgnesThomson, S,
1s 6d; M Byrnes, P, 1s; tatting,
over 12, B Milbourne, P, 2s, M
Bosomworth, P, 2s ;.netting, over 12,
1s 6d, Olive Plenty, N, 1s ; miscel-
laneous, over 12, Maude Ingerson, P,
2s, Bertha Harris, N, 1s 6d, Amy
Farse, S, 1s; fourth class com
Mary Thomas, P, 1s 6d.
Drawing.—Map of North America,
D Jones, 2nd, G; Europe, S Pearce, B,
J, C McNeil, J, A Haese, J; B Brocks,
HM, J, Roy Magor, HM, S ; I B.
drawing, A Haese, J, J Westley, J,
2a. drawing, L Hobbs, G, T Richard-
HM, B, G Oram, HM, O; 2s drawing,
A Bowen, B, G Oran, O, F Morris,
HM, P; 3a drawing, A Crossman, L,
G Pimlott, S, A Acott, L. M Ham
mill, L, C Ingerson, HM, S; 3s
S, L Clark, S, A Pimlott. HM, S ;
Neale. J, B Oborn. W F. D Cameron,
HM, J, S Burford. HM, J ; 4s draw
S Noblett, J, B Wheaton. HM,
Collinsfield; scale drawing, M Lane.,
B. O Wise, B, H Fuss, B, K Sand-
land. HM, B ; 5b drawing, M Hill, J,
Vohr J; D McLeod, J, R Moore,
drawing, W Blackett, M, F Lange, M,
E Lawrie, P, B Milbourn, P, S
Pearce, HM, B, A Steele, HM. B. B
Patterns of garments, Class IV.—
Ingerson, S, R Clift, HM, J, J Fairiie,
Writing.-—Copy C—J Westley, J,
Cleggett. L, G Oram. O, M Rowe, P,
HM, J; Copy O.—E Felstead, L, H
Text Hand.—Class IV—D. Coles,
Dodd, S, M McAloney, E Felsted,
Nicholson, J, C Brown, HM, J;
Wise, B, W Baten, C, M Scorgie,
small hand, A Bentley, B, D McLeod,
B, M Fuss, H M, B; Class I, tran
scription book, G Pavlich. P, C Hill,
N Suter, H M, S; Class II, tran-
scription book, J Cieggett, L, E
H M, WF; Class III, transcription
Brown, J, M Hill, H M. B, M Wall,
HM, 'B; Class IV., transcription
Lamman, W F, H Cox, H M, P, D
scription, M Fuss, B, M Close, L, H
Braund, L, G; Taylor, H M, L, D
Bennett, H M, L, R Moore, J; Class
Boehm. A Y, E Brinkworth, A Y,
work, E Lawrie, P, G Bell, P, B
Milbourn, P; F Brown, H M, S;
text or motto, O Walker, B, S Pearce,
(illuminated), S Pearce, B, O Walker,
B, schools' competition, classes S to
Plain Needlework—First Class
A Holze J.
Second Class.—Maslin or Holland
pinafore E Magor, S, M Rowe, P, E
Arbon, S, W Rosevear, S; pillow
Matthews S, E Magor, S, h m, S
Wall, B, h m, M Britton, S, h m, M
hemming, &c, Ella Warren, J, K
Rowe, J, E Neale, J; child's chemise,
A Crossman. L, B Wiesner, L, M
Wilsdon, S; Holland pinafore, M
Bell, B; muslin do, R Grosser, J, J
Scott, C B M Wall, B, E Holland,
Neale, M Jenkins, L, C Bills, L;
Honey, L knitted socks, G
Fourth Class.—Specimens, L Wait,
J; O Wise, B, M Walter, L, E Scott,
C B, h m, D Marsh, C B ; button-
holes, O Wise, B, A Kauske, C, B
webbing, M McGibbon, S, M Bran-
darning stocking, M Walker, L, A
Kauschke, C, O Wise, B; slip bodice,
P : girls' drawers, M O'Brien, L, E
Bowker, L, R Chesson, S, N Batten,
C, h m; girl's nightgown, M Batten,
L;D Jones, G; petticoat, D Marsh,
Philcox, S, h m, M Walter, L, h m;
C B, E Scoit, CB, L Moore, J, M
Holder, J, h m, S Dodd, S, h m,
E Wilks, B; buttonholes, A Bentley,
B. J Crocker, L, M Bosomworth. P,
E Wilks, h m, B. M Frith, C B;
darning rent, B. Pearce. B, A
Steele, B. A Bentley, B, h m, A
Close, L, b m; darning stocking, H
Close, L, A Close, L, L McKenzie, L,
G Taylor, L ; slip bodice. E Lassock,
B, M Fuss. B, C Forrest, L; petticoat
N Humphris, P, I Crocker, L, E
Bills, L, L McKenzie, L, h m ; night
gown, E Scott, C B, B: Milbourn, P,
L Moore, J. H Close, L, h m, M
McConnochie, L, h m, M Bosom-
worth, P, h m; chemise, A Steele,

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