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1 JohnWarren 5,950,248
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,301
3 NeilHamilton 3,458,133
4 DonnaTelfer 3,405,545
5 Rhonda.M 3,355,365
...
705 Beverleydawn 68,107
706 StenhouseRA 67,920
707 MaxineM 67,516
708 Dreamingoutloud 67,399
709 pmburdon 67,379
710 French 67,364

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February 2020 236
January 2020 436
December 2019 332
November 2019 1,318
October 2019 649
September 2019 560
August 2019 145
July 2019 961
June 2019 609
May 2019 350
April 2019 1,101
March 2019 1,183
February 2019 139
January 2019 293
December 2018 788
November 2018 900
October 2018 104
September 2018 1,328
August 2018 116
July 2018 242
June 2018 81
May 2018 174
April 2018 382
March 2018 1,640
February 2018 2,369
January 2018 2,439
December 2017 846
November 2017 97
October 2017 614
September 2017 1,115
August 2017 218
July 2017 44
June 2017 143
May 2017 593
April 2017 662
March 2017 720
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December 2016 1,199
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September 2016 141
August 2016 22
July 2016 206
June 2016 93
May 2016 196
April 2016 350
March 2016 1,261
February 2016 5,179
January 2016 1,666
December 2015 3,176
November 2015 1,285
October 2015 4,076
September 2015 7,303
August 2015 1,324
July 2015 3,078
June 2015 6,543
May 2015 3,712

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,950,046
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,301
3 NeilHamilton 3,458,004
4 DonnaTelfer 3,405,519
5 Rhonda.M 3,355,352
...
703 MurrayConnor 68,088
704 StenhouseRA 67,818
705 pmburdon 67,379
706 Dreamingoutloud 67,348
707 French 67,330
708 ianrenard 67,282

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February 2020 236
January 2020 436
December 2019 332
November 2019 1,318
October 2019 649
September 2019 560
August 2019 145
July 2019 961
June 2019 609
May 2019 350
April 2019 1,101
March 2019 1,183
February 2019 139
January 2019 293
December 2018 788
November 2018 900
October 2018 104
September 2018 1,328
August 2018 116
July 2018 242
June 2018 81
May 2018 174
April 2018 382
March 2018 1,640
February 2018 2,369
January 2018 2,412
December 2017 834
November 2017 97
October 2017 614
September 2017 1,115
August 2017 218
July 2017 44
June 2017 143
May 2017 593
April 2017 662
March 2017 720
February 2017 163
January 2017 1,424
December 2016 1,199
November 2016 979
October 2016 84
September 2016 141
August 2016 22
July 2016 206
June 2016 93
May 2016 196
April 2016 350
March 2016 1,261
February 2016 5,179
January 2016 1,666
December 2015 3,176
November 2015 1,285
October 2015 4,076
September 2015 7,303
August 2015 1,324
July 2015 3,078
June 2015 6,543
May 2015 3,712

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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 356,584
2 GeoffMMutton 156,936
3 PhilThomas 144,163
4 mickbrook 114,419
5 murds5 61,555
...
670 ChristineJoyBrooks 51
671 DavidJohnCullen 51
672 Den09 51
673 Dreamingoutloud 51
674 JudithGabriel 51
675 linda955 51

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Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Monday 8 April 1901 [Issue No.16,864] page 1 2020-02-26 21:54 3IRTHS MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
Fiararn:-—1On (ho 5th of April, 1901, at
'fount Moriao, William
Fletcher, a,..-' 82 years.
{unor il will leave his lato residence
Mount Moriac Cemetery on 'Monday,
»tr sth im-t.. ;r - o'clock p.m.
friends ph. ise accept this intimation.
W. 13. Kiso and Sox, Undertakers, 195
jj-^raU'ol-ftreeT. Geelong. Telephone, 122.
BIRTHS MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
FLETCHER.—On the 5th of April, 1901, at
'Sandilands', Mount Moriac, William
Fletcher, aged 82 years.
The funeral will leave his late residence
for the Mount Moriac Cemetery on Monday,
the 8th inst., at 2 o'clock p.m.
Friends please accept this intimation.
W. B. King and Son, Undertakers, 195
Moorabool-street, Geelong. Telephone, 122.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918, 1935), Saturday 20 June 1891 [Issue No.1849] page 42 2020-02-23 23:03 EVANS.—On the 13th June, at Evans's Hotel, Peel-st. south, Ballarat, Joshua Evans, aged 65. FLETCHER.—On the 5th June, at his residence, Narandera, N.S.W., William Fletcher, aged 54 years.
EVANS.—On the 13th June, at Evans's Hotel, Peel-st. south, Ballarat, Joshua Evans, aged 65.
FLETCHER.—ON the 12th June, at her residence, 13
Cecil-place, Prahran, suddenly, the wife of Mr. E.C.
Fletcher, tailor, 241 Chapel-street, Prahran.
FLETCHER.—On the 5th June, at his residence, Naran
dera, N.S.W., William Fletcher, aged 54 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 16 June 1891 [Issue No.11,327] page 1 2020-02-23 22:52 dera, N.S.W., William Fletcher, ngod 54 yours.
dera, N.S.W., William Fletcher, aged 54 years.
Law Courts NOSE-BITING INCIDENT Imprisonment for Two Men (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 21 September 1946 [Issue No.28521] page 4 2020-02-23 15:29 men and use violence as vou
did.!' -v "
that these, brought on severe
headaches and blackouts. Ronald
Robert Fletcher, 33, of Oweii-
was yesterday found not ;gullty
Justice Lowe of manslaughter or
19 last. >.
along Pt. Nepcitn-road on June
19, and knocked down Imrie.'whq'
was riding a bicycle. ;
Fletcher .said he felt ill tliqt
rlay Hnd had a severe headache;
«e nan two glasses 01 oeer at'tne
ing till he was told -by a '.con,
stable that there had. been an' ac
Fletcher was discharged -by Mr.-
Justice Lowe;
Mr. J. W. ' Galbally appeared
for accused. t,
LINE THEFTS'
Admitting 16, chargesofthefts
men and use violence as you
did."
that these brought on severe
headaches and blackouts, Ronald
Robert Fletcher, 33, of Owen-
was yesterday found not gullty
Justice Lowe of manslaughter of
19 last.
along Pt. Nepean-road on June
19, and knocked down Imrie, who
was riding a bicycle.
Fletcher said he felt ill that
day and had a severe headache.
He had two glasses if beer at the
ing till he was told by a con
stable that there had been an ac
Fletcher was discharged by Mr.
Justice Lowe.
Mr. J. W. Galbally appeared
for accused.
LINE THEFTS
Admitting 16 charges of thefts
TRUCK DRIVER ACQUITTED (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Friday 20 September 1946 [Issue No.21,634] page 6 2020-02-23 15:20 Ronald Robert Fletcher. 33. of
Owen Street. Mordialloc. a former
jockey, was found not guiltv ini
the Criminal Court today of thei
Imrie. 16. of Mcfiean Street,
Parkdale. and was discharged bv
Fletcher, while drunk, had driven I
injured Imrie. who was riding a
near Mordialloc. on June 19.
Giving evidence. Fletcher said
he had felt ill that day. and had
Mr W. b. bproule. KC. prosecuted
Ronald Robert Fletcher, 33, of
Owen Street, Mordialloc, a former
jockey, was found not guilty in
the Criminal Court today of the
Imrie, 16, of McBean Street,
Parkdale, and was discharged by
The Crown alleged that
Fletcher, while drunk, had driven
injured Imrie, who was riding a
near Mordialloc, on June 19.
Giving evidence, Fletcher said
he had felt ill that day, and had
Mr W. S. Sproule, KC, prosecuted
STORY OF CAR CHASE FROM HOTEL MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 1 August 1946 [Issue No.21,591] page 7 2020-02-23 15:14 injured a 18-year-old hoy on June 19, Ronald Robert
Fletcher, 32. of Owen Street, Mordialloc, was com
mitted for trial oh a manslaughter charge by Mr
Avenue. Bon Beach, said that he
A barman, he Said, poured a
to complete bis business. A few
He followed in a car. and tried
Mordialloc. said he arrested
When he asked Fletcher If he
day. Fletcher replied "I don't
sherries and whiskies that day.".
Later, in. the City Court, a
illegally used a car was. adjourned
injured a 18-year-old boy on June 19, Ronald Robert
Fletcher, 32, of Owen Street, Mordialloc, was com
mitted for trial on a manslaughter charge by Mr
Avenue, Bon Beach, said that he
A barman, he said, poured a
to complete his business. A few
He followed in a car and tried
Mordialloc, said he arrested
When he asked Fletcher if he
day, Fletcher replied "I don't
sherries and whiskies that day."
Later, in the City Court, a
illegally used a car was adjourned
VEHICLES COLLIDE. ON WHITE HULLS ROAD. OCCUPANTS ESCAPE SERIOUS INJURY. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Thursday 28 December 1916 [Issue No.14,329] page 5 2020-02-22 22:38 vehicles collide.
on white hulls rpad.
OCCUPANTS ESCAPE SERIOUS -
INJURS.
Travelling' in opposite directions,
two of _Mfs. Fletcher,
vfife of Mr. William Fletcher, horse
Hills, ana aonn Mitchell, of McLaren
me Suburban Hotel, at 9 o'clock last
night. Uortunately the occupants
, 0j both vehicles- escaped serious in-
Urs. Fletcher, who was driving to
mrster, Miss Schofield, while Mr.
child and sister, shared a similar'
fate.- but the horse careered on-|
ffards with the other two children
ihe children uninjured after their
mediately ran haok and informed
ceived shakings, hut beyond a gravel
rastt. they suffered no injury. . The
rig driven hy Mrs. Fletcher sustain
ing side. \
Vehicles Collide.
On White Hills Road.
OCCUPANTS ESCAPE SERIOUS
INJURY.
Travelling in opposite directions,
two gigs in charge of Mrs. Fletcher,
wife of Mr. William Fletcher, horse
Hills, and John Mitchell, of McLaren
the Suburban Hotel, at 9 o'clock last
night. Fortunately the occupants
of both vehicles escaped serious in-
jury.
Mrs. Fletcher, who was driving to
sister, Miss Schofield, while Mr.
child and sister, shared a similar
fate, but the horse careered on-
wards with the other two children
the children uninjured after their
mediately ran back and informed
ceived shakings, but beyond a gravel
rash they suffered no injury. The
gig driven by Mrs. Fletcher sustain
ing side.
RECENT RAID ON BOOKMAKERS. HORSE TRAINER ARRESTED. VISITING CONSTABLE INSULTED. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 19 July 1909 [Issue No.16,833] page 5 2020-02-22 22:26 HORSE TRAIMr.R ARRESTED.
Superintendent Sainsbury's timely wavn-j
in;* to hotelkeepers who have boon in the
habit- of posting results of rnccs in front
of their I iccns-eU premires, was evidently
ing results were not- placarded as usual;
in fact, the city seemed to bo totally de
lacing. Some commotion was caused, how
ternoon by the appcarance of a hand
cuffed man between two men clad, in the
garb of civilians is Hargreaves-htreet. The
trio quickly made -"t?, way to the watch
email crowd of i.urious citizens, ainonj
r.nc.st in connection with the raid on book
makers had been effected was current. The?
man who was brought to the vatchhonse
ivrs, however, arrested, on two charges of
using insulting: words to Coustabio Lnnny,
iirinci'pal witness ir. the betting cases. The
arrested man gavo the name of William
Fletcher, his ago as 35, and his occupation
to flic visiting constable. Fletcher was
brought before a- magistrate and remand
ed i-ntil to-day, bail being allowed in one
nisance of a, like amount-.
HORSE TRAINER ARRESTED.
Superintendent Sainsbury's timely warn-
ing to hotelkeepers who have been in the
habit of posting results of races in front
of their Iicensed premises, was evidently
ing results were not placarded as usual;
in fact, the city seemed to be totally de
racing. Some commotion was caused, how
ternoon by the appearance of a hand
cuffed man between two men clad in the
garb of civilians is Hargreaves-street. The
trio quickly made its way to the watch
small crowd of curious citizens, among
arrest in connection with the raid on book
makers had been effected was current. The
man who was brought to the watchhouse
was, however, arrested on two charges of
using insulting: words to Constable Lunny,
principal witness in the betting cases. The
arrested man gave the name of William
Fletcher, his age as 35, and his occupation
to the visiting constable. Fletcher was
brought before a magistrate and remand
ed until to-day, bail being allowed in one
nisance of a like amount.
THE MINING INDUSTRY. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Monday 19 July 1909 [Issue No.12078] page 4 2020-02-22 22:19 ment Bill, which aro eaoh at the second read
ing stage, aT6 -to be further debated.
Insulting' Words.— A horse trainer named
on. Saturday afternoon .on the above charge.
hia companion, who took prominent parts in
securing the information leading up to t(he
lc-cont arrest of bookmakers, were walking
along Iiargreaves street Fletcher referred to
ment Bill, which are each at the second read
ing stage, are to be further debated.
Insulting Words.— A horse trainer named
on Saturday afternoon on the above charge.
his companion, who took prominent parts in
securing the information leading up to the
recent arrest of bookmakers, were walking
along Hargreaves street Fletcher referred to
LOOKING FORWARD. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Tuesday 1 May 1906 [Issue No.11,203] page 2 2020-02-22 22:14 Bluegown's Running and Training. — Tho
gown, wore in tho City Police Court yester
day. Tho trainer, William Fletcher, en
training at 25s weekly, with rhe addition of
£1 for shoeing. Fletcher Mated that ho
Murphy had asked him to attend to tho
horse had been leased t<> him and claimed
that it could nob bo unless registered with
tho V.R.C. Under cross-examination by
Mr. Luke Murph' ho denied that lie had
about talcing tho horse to E'chuca or Pya-
long. Tho P.M. : "Who paid the faro to
Ecluiun ?" Fletcher: "I did. I got second
money at Pyalong in ono race and that
that Fletchor told him that he had leased
nett : "I would not give twopence for tho
by Mr. Bamebt, said that the agreement
Fletchor could have it until the expiration
Bluegown's Running and Training. — The
gown, were in the City Police Court yester
day. The trainer, William Fletcher, en
training at 25s weekly, with the addition of
£1 for shoeing. Fletcher stated that he
Murphy had asked him to attend to the
horse had been leased to him and claimed
that it could not be unless registered with
the V.R.C. Under cross-examination by
Mr. Luke Murphy he denied that he had
about taking the horse to Echuca or Pya-
long. The P.M. : "Who paid the fare to
Echuca?" Fletcher: "I did. I got second
money at Pyalong in one race and that
that Fletcher told him that he had leased
nett : "I would not give twopence for the
by Mr. Barnett, said that the agreement
Fletcher could have it until the expiration

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