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2 NeilHamilton 3,045,761
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,279
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,388
...
2079 VioletHill 10,662
2080 lancemerritt 10,653
2081 DonnaBishop 10,632
2082 zeirrek 10,631
2083 ruthandrew 10,626
2084 iliwud 10,622

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December 2015 146
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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,411,780
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,761
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,209
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,383
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2076 cmcintyre 10,655
2077 lancemerritt 10,653
2078 DonnaBishop 10,632
2079 zeirrek 10,631
2080 ruthandrew 10,626
2081 iliwud 10,622

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April 2017 53
March 2017 196
February 2017 59
January 2017 131
December 2016 64
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August 2016 140
July 2016 224
June 2016 121
May 2016 118
April 2016 4
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February 2016 19
January 2016 45
December 2015 146
November 2015 63
October 2015 8
September 2015 58
August 2015 234
July 2015 207
June 2015 50
May 2015 386
April 2015 311
March 2015 205
February 2015 617
January 2015 413
December 2014 225
November 2014 171
October 2014 43
September 2014 549
August 2014 321
July 2014 268
June 2014 82
May 2014 20
April 2014 55
March 2014 46
February 2014 83
January 2014 11
December 2013 167
November 2013 332
October 2013 284
September 2013 842
August 2013 258
July 2013 144
June 2013 1,216
May 2013 1,005
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SEVEN DIE IN ROAD SMASHES Hours To Identify Four Victims (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 7 June 1954 [Issue No.36,336] page 1 2017-04-19 13:30 i Two brothers, Kevin Bladen,
I 7, and Alan Bladen, 16, of
! Rowe Street, Grenfell, were
¡ killed on Saturday night when
Í miles from Grenfell.
I They were riding in the
Young along the Young-Gren
Two brothers, Kevin Bladen,
7, and Alan Bladen, 16, of
Rowe Street, Grenfell, were
killed on Saturday night when
miles from Grenfell.
They were riding in the
Young along the Young-Gren-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Wednesday 3 October 1928 [Issue No.25364] page 2 2017-04-09 11:25 MOORFOOT.—In fond memory of m>
darlir.s mother. Annie Louise,
whe
slept away on 30lh September, 1P2S
But thev little know the sorrow
My heart holds for you all
thf
—Inserted
by
her
loving
daughter
and son-in-iaw. Em
and Perce,
Mei
MOORFOOT.—In fond memory of my
darling mother, Annie Louise, who
slept away on 30th September, 1926
But they little know the sorrow
My heart holds for you all the
—Inserted by her loving daughter
and son-in-law. Em and Perce, Mel-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Friday 1 October 1926 [Issue No.24744] page 2 2017-04-09 11:04 YS'OORFOOT.—The Friends of Mr
William Moorfoot (late of Verve-
Street, South Geeiong) are r«-
.• •ectfully Informed that tile remains
his dearly loved wife. Annie Louisa,
v. ' 1 be interred in tile Eastern Cemeit,y.
The funeral is appointed to
--ve her residence. Boundary Road,
i.ist Geeiong. THIS DAY (Friday),
i ' 1st October, 192G, at 3.45 p.m.
~.ione 13S6.
MOORFOOT.—The Friends of Mr
William Moorfoot (late of Verner
Street, South Geelong) are re-
.spectfully informed that the remains
his dearly loved wife, Annie Louisa,
will be interred in the Eastern Ceme-
tery. The funeral is appointed to
leave her residence, Boundary Road,
East Geelong, THIS DAY (Friday),
1st October, 1926, at 3.45 p.m.
phone 1386.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Friday 1 October 1926 [Issue No.24744] page 2 2017-04-09 11:00 JIOORFOOT.—On the
1926, at ner
residence.
Geclonf,
T^ouisa, the
wife
01
T.niliam Moorfoot (late
;-treet, South Geeiong) and devoted
mother of William,
Cecil.
Herbert,
dward.
Emmaline,
and
Charles.
MOORFOOT.—On the
1926, at her
residence,
Geelong,
Louisa, the
wife of
Wiliam Moorfoot (late
Street, South Geelong) and devoted
mother of William, Cecil, Herbert,
Edward, Emmaline and Charles.
OBITUARY MRS. MARGARET CONNORS (Article), The Tumut and Adelong Times (NSW : 1864 - 1867; 1899 - 1950), Tuesday 1 March 1938 [Issue No.10] page 2 2017-04-03 12:37 ; The pall-bearers, were Messrs'
Maurice. Thomas 'and Bede Oonnors
(sons), Thomas and Daniel . Mulvt-.
The pall-bearers, were Messrs
Maurice, Thomas and Bede Connors
(sons), Thomas and Daniel Mulvi-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 22 October 1988 [Issue No.19,374] page 27 2017-03-18 13:47 BYRNE (nee Wcnning). —
11.10.88, sister forlesse.
BYRNE (nee Wenning). —
11.10.88, sister for Jesse.
CASE FAILS. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER. Who Shot James Pond? JAMES CASTLES DISCHARGED (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Saturday 11 November 1922 page 4 2017-03-11 15:03 6H0TS IN THE NIGHTlira.
Itotcalfo, v;ho resides in the
street almost opposito ixj tho Castles,
BrJd sho slept on tho back verandah.
Between 2.30 and 4-30 a.m. ahe heiird
' quarrelling but could not distinguish
tho voices* Sho heard a nolso like
thrco shots.
Air. iChmpbeW: Whero did* tho shots
seom to come from?—"From tho direction
of Castles' houao.
, Ho*w do you fix tho tirao?—I heard
tbo clock etrikln whilst «th<# noises
The 'Pal.: Was it after you heard
tho clock striking whilst tho noises
Wore tho shots in quick succession?
—Yes> llkci tho iflow striking of a
clock. 1 remained awako all the
iHow long after you heard the scuffling
did you hear tho ahota?—I cannot
say. . It waa tho scuffling which
Inspcfctor ItaAtillan: What kept
you awako?—Tho noise at Castles'
house- I think ;it lasted till after 4
The P1LM.: I cannot bco any con*
nectlon fbotweon ,the shooting and th<i
accused*. The evldeucd shows that
Pond v»'aB( tin; the» doctor's surgory
when the scuffling, etc.,. wa» taking
place- The! accused is discharged:
SH0TS IN THE NIGHT.
Mrs. Metcalfe, who resides in the
street almost opposite to the Castles,
said she slept on the back verandah.
Between 2.30 and 4.30 a.m. she heard
quarrelling but could not distinguish
the voices. She heard a noise like
three shots.
Mr. Campbell: Where did the shots
seem to come from?—From tho direction
of Castles' house.
How do you fix the time?—I heard
the clock strikin whilst the noises
The P.: Was it after you heard
the clock striking whilst the noises
Were the shots in quick succession?
—Yes, like the slow striking of a
clock. I remained awake all the
How long after you heard the scuffling
did you hear the shots?—I cannot
say. It was the scuffling which
Inspector McMillan: What kept
you awake?—The noise at Castles'
house. I think it lasted till after 4
The PM.: I cannot see any con-
nection between the shooting and the
accused. The evidence shows that
Pond was in the doctor's surgery
when the scuffling, etc., was taking
place. The accused is discharged.
CASE FAILS. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER. Who Shot James Pond? JAMES CASTLES DISCHARGED (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Saturday 11 November 1922 page 4 2017-03-11 14:54 ©Id you seo any dogs about tho
, houso when you camo homti?—No; 1
Did you ever bod your father with
tho rifle?—<Ho took it with Mm when
ho wont fchohrlng 'to nhoot a rabbit.
Did- you sea Pond that night?—No.
{ don't know fPonrt.
What tlmo did you got np in tho
at tho clock. .
Did you wako up In the night?—
I waa halO awake but don't know what
wakened mo.
Mr. Campbell: Ask him If h(> Is
dyspeptic.—Tho boy: What's that?
'Did you have any conversation
about Uils caso with your fiathcir?—
No•Did
you hear your parents talking
Did you see any dogs about the
house when you came home?—No; I
Did you ever see your father with
the rifle?—He took it with him when
he went shearing to shoot a rabbit.
Did you see Pond that night?—No.
I don't know Pond.
What time did you get up in the
at the clock. .
Did you wake up in the night?—
I was half awake but don't know what
wakened me.
Mr. Campbell: Ask him if he Is
dyspeptic.—The boy: What's that?
Did you have any conversation
about this case with your father?—
No.
Did you hear your parents talking
CASE FAILS. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER. Who Shot James Pond? JAMES CASTLES DISCHARGED (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Saturday 11 November 1922 page 4 2017-03-11 14:50 You cannot givo any reason why
Castles should have flhot at you?—No.
When you saw IMra. Castlca tifter
tho aborting, wheiro was sho?—About
threo or four yards from tho verandah.
iMrs- Allco Wary Castles, wife of
tho accused, was neat called. She
enteroti iho /box, but oa tho advleo of
her husband-fc eollcftor, declined to
givo evidence.
'CTarcncc Castles, con of the accua•cd,
6nid ho waa 'fifteen years, and
that hc« lived- with his parents in Benthong-atreet,
working at -Finn'e, cherry packing
Oa- tbo day of tho shooting in
came homo from 'Darah station with
hi^ father- Ho went down town and
wcint homo after <thcr -pictures with
inspector. 'MtiMJllan; What happened
when you went homo?—Nothing
happened that.I know. I went to
bed\VNas
thero anything unusual happened
that night?—I don't roimcmhur
;Do you sco that rifle—who owno it?
—ipiko loft it ht our room bohlnd tho
You cannot give any reason why
Castles should have shot at you?—No.
When you saw Mrs. Castles after
the shooting, where was she?—About
three or four yards from the verandah.
Mrs- Alice Mary Castles, wife of
the accused, was next called. She
entered the box, but on the advice of
her husband's solicitor, declined to
give evidence.
Clarence Castles, son of the accus-
ed, said he was fifteen years, and
that he lived with his parents in Berthong-atreet,
working at Finn's, cherry packing.
On the day of the shooting he
came home from Darah station with
his father. He went down town and
went home after the pictures with
Inspector McMillan: What happened
when you went home?—Nothing
happened that I know. I went to
bed.
Was there anything unusual happened
that night?—I don't remember
Do you see that rifle—who owns it?
—Pike left it in our room behind the
CASE FAILS. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER. Who Shot James Pond? JAMES CASTLES DISCHARGED (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Saturday 11 November 1922 page 4 2017-03-11 14:42 You can't say who sbot at you?—
You can't say who shot at you?—

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