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1 JohnWarren 5,831,343
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,295
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,336,226
5 Rhonda.M 3,150,759
...
4603 sandlharris 4,491
4604 Sis11 4,491
4605 taffy1 4,491
4606 Elgin 4,490
4607 JimBloyes 4,488
4608 StuMorris 4,486

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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,831,141
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,295
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,336,205
5 Rhonda.M 3,150,746
...
4600 pinkozcat 4,484
4601 jw1000 4,480
4602 AToddMann 4,479
4603 Elgin 4,479
4604 gadavis 4,479
4605 taffy1 4,479

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November 2019 47
October 2019 167
August 2019 64
July 2019 5
June 2019 24
May 2019 16
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February 2019 83
January 2019 85
December 2018 79
November 2018 47
September 2018 51
August 2018 321
July 2018 66
June 2018 32
May 2018 39
April 2018 185
March 2018 92
February 2018 56
January 2018 437
December 2017 107
November 2017 60
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August 2017 86
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March 2017 305
January 2017 4
December 2016 72
October 2016 4
September 2016 445
August 2016 32
May 2016 2
April 2016 188
March 2016 67
February 2016 12
January 2016 85
December 2015 2
September 2015 118
November 2014 70
October 2014 2
June 2014 1
April 2014 46
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Hall o' fame ranking

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1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 135,592
3 mickbrook 111,735
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,528
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1686 Debparry 11
1687 DonaghyK 11
1688 dotterman 11
1689 elgin 11
1690 Eli62z 11
1691 ELMcNally 11

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NORTH IPSWICH STATE SCHOOLS. (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Saturday 10 December 1910 [Issue No.7993] page 2 2019-11-22 14:50 5, May Marsh 4, Jessie McNab 7,
5, May Marsh 6, Jessie McNab 7,
THE JUNIOR Public Examination Scholarship Extensions Warwick Results (Article), Warwick Daily News (Qld. : 1919 -1954), Thursday 19 January 1928 [Issue No.2675] page 5 2019-11-16 14:18 PREBVTERIAir GIRLS' COLLEGE
Monica JoBcphine McLellan.
PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' COLLEGE
Monica Josephine McLellan.
WEDDINGS HENDERSON—CRIBB GAYNDAH, August 17. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Monday 20 August 1934 [Issue No.19,989] page 6 2019-11-12 07:46 A quiet, but pretty, wedding ' was
colebrated at St. Matthew^ Church;
of England, Gayndah, on ' Tuesday
afternoon, August 14, when Missr Hilda
and .the Jate if re. Cribi), and Mr. Jack
Henderson, elder son of Mrs.. E. aad;'
the late Mr. H. M- Henderson, of
Gunaa^daddy, Mungudi, South-west
Queensland, were joined in th& bonds
of ihatrimony. The Rev. : J. De lia
Perrelle officiated, and Mrs. De: La
t'errelle presided at the organ. The
frieads.iof the bride for tlie occasion.
The bride who was' given away- by.
frock of - dark lido blue maty lew*
ynXh. t n&rmr ewathe of eU^r at ^he.
neckline, the skirt ' being inlet with
pleats below 'tho kneeft 'Her hat was
of blue velour. felt. She carried a
shower, bouquet of ..deep pink carna
tions and eweetpeas.
fthe bridesmaid, Miss J*- L. Cribb
.(sister of -the Ibride), was f rocked; ia
light mole sheer' .maropain made on
close* fitting, lines aad ^lightly flared
below the knee, ivith.- sleeves in epaul
ette style. -Her hat -was pf two tone
straw xn brown andjmple. Her bou
quet. was of autumn. tpiangsi of nas
turtiunte and a^t^nn^ Je^tep.
After the cerembnj-, the .guests, who
comprised ^elat^rea and cjf»e. friends
only, .were received' at 'Barncleuth'
by. Mr»-W.,A. a^d,Mrs. W.'M. CribJ).
The hostess' frock !wa« of navy and.
frhite cnsemblq of crepe-de^Chine and
hat ..of navy?fitraw.
After' thie ^eceptian and, ibreakfast
Mr. and Mrs.- HendMson left by car
on their hopeymoon which .is to be
spent in Brifi^ane and .later in a tour
of the southern £taU&? 'Mrs. ^Hender
son .travelled in .a- grey -^oat aad akirt
tier^t beQig of ^blue felt.
A quiet, but pretty, wedding was
celebrated at St. Matthew's Church;
of England, Gayndah, on Tuesday
afternoon, August 14, when Miss Hilda
and the late Mrs. Cribb), and Mr. Jack
Henderson, elder son of Mrs. E. and
the late Mr. H. M. Henderson, of
Gunnandaddy, Mungindi, South-west
Queensland, were joined in the bonds
of matrimony. The Rev. : J. De la
Perrelle officiated, and Mrs. De La
Perrelle presided at the organ. The
friends of the bride for the occasion.
The bride who was given away by
frock of dark lido blue matelasse
with a narrow swathe of silver at the
neckline, the skirt being inlet with
pleats below the knees. Her hat was
of blue velour felt. She carried a
shower bouquet of deep pink carna
tions and sweetpeas.
The bridesmaid, Miss J. L. Cribb
(sister of the bride), was frocked in a
light mole sheer marocain made on
close fitting lines and slightly flared
below the knee, with sleeves in epaul
ette style. Her hat was of two tone
straw in brown and mole. Her bou
quet was of autumn tonings of nas
turtiums autumn leaves.
After the ceremony, the .guests, who
comprised relatives and close friends
only, were received' at 'Barncleuth'
by Mr W.A. and Mrs. W.M. Cribb.
The hostess' frock was of navy and
white ensemble of crepe-de-Chine and
hat of navy straw.
After the reception and breakfast
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson left by car
on their honeymoon which is to be
spent in Brisbane and later in a tour
of the southern States. Mrs. Hender
son travelled in a grey coat and skirt,
her hat being of blue felt.
BAYNDAH LAND COMMISSIONER'S COURT. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Thursday 17 April 1913 [Issue No.12,465] page 8 2019-10-25 20:28 6AYNDAH LAND C0MKES
GAYNDAH LAND C0MMIS-
PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. UNIVERSITY JUNIOR SUCCESSES. 66 PER CENT. GAIN CERTIFICATES (Article), Warwick Daily News (Qld. : 1919 -1954), Friday 24 December 1926 [Issue No.2348] page 9 2019-10-13 22:10 UNIVEEJ3ITY JUNIOR.
gU<$S$SE&
66 PER CENT. GAIN CERTIFICATES (
tuTns for the Queensland University!
Junior Public examination, " held in
November throughout' the State,'show
• .that 12311 candidates actually sat for
the whole range-' of subjects as re-,
quired for 'tie junior' certificate;' and
823, or approximately" 66 per eout.'j
had been snecessful in gaining the cer
a limited range of 'subjects" for other
than junior''certificate' purposes:
ed tho approved pass in the Junior bo
Vomo entitled to an extension of their
scholarshipsfor two "years, '' thus en
Sibling therii to"proceod' with' the Sen
' "When entering for the recent ex
scholarships. The" result's 'showed : that
427 had fulfilled the'" requirements
therefor. The"names of those will bo
published later.''-"V ll ; ■
divisions' tif 'the " Queensland 'State
IPnblio (Service." The''marks obtained
by the several candidates' who' took
the Junior'f&r"this' purpose have beeii;
furnished to'the "Public'^Service Com
missioner's. ^Department.
Entry to'the teaching service of the
Education ' Department may now be
obtained frotn'Junldr examinations,
as the Department' awards' a ' number
of student . teacher ships" anftually : on
the results obtained by candidates' in
this' examination'.' Details required by
the Education '"Department ' for this
purpose have been: marked by the De
dates for-Junior ' certificates ^ are as
presented by numerals' as follows):—:
1 English, 21 Prench> 3 German, 4 Lat
in, 3 Greek, C 'Arithmetic, 7 Algebra,
8 Geometry,' 9 English History; 10
Geography,-! 11 Chemistry, 12 Physics,
13 Geology, 14 (Botany, 13 Physiology,
16 (Freehand Drawing, 17 Geometrical j
(Drawing, 18 Book-keeping and Bdsi- j
ness Methods'; •' 19'' Btenotyping,' 20
(Violin, 23 Organ, 24' Singing, 25 Do
mestic Science, 26 Trigonometry. '
The letter f'p" donates pass, and
the letter' "tn" diTnotes" pass With
hnerit. The 'abbreviation "c.e only" I
at the end of a candidate 'b results,' in
dicates that 'the candidate has qunli-1
•fled for the Junior Commercial Certl-I
fictite. In other 'words; 'lie did not I
• qualify for the ordinary" Junior Ccr
tieficate. " ''® f-r v.. ''y.'-j
■Muriel 'Florence Foote.—lp, 2p, 7p,
9p, 10p,16m.- ■
UNIVERSITY JUNIOR
SUCCESSES
66 PER CENT. GAIN CERTIFICATES
turns for the Queensland University!
Junior Public examination, held in
November throughout the State,show
that 1931 candidates actually sat for
the whole range of subjects as re-
quired for the junior certificate; and
823, or approximately 66 per cent,
had been successful in gaining the cer
a limited range of subjects for other
than junior certificate purposes:
ed the approved pass in the Junior be
come entitled to an extension of their
scholarships for two years, ' thus en
abling them to proceed with the Sen
When entering for the recent ex
scholarships. The results showed that
427 had fulfilled the requirements
therefor. The names of those will be
published later.
divisions of the Queensland State
Public Service. The marks obtained
by the several candidates who took
the Junior for this purpose have been
furnished to the Public Service Com
missioner's Department.
Entry to the teaching service of the
Education Department may now be
obtained from Junior examinations,
as the Department awards a number
of student teacherships annually on
the results obtained by candidates in
this examination. Details required by
the Education Department for this
purpose have been marked by the De
dates for Junior certificates are as
1 English, 2 French, 3 German, 4 Lat
in, 5 Greek, 6 Arithmetic, 7 Algebra,
8 Geometry, 9 English History; 10
Geography, 11 Chemistry, 12 Physics,
13 Geology, 14 Botany, 13 Physiology,
16 Freehand Drawing, 17 Geometrical
Drawing, 18 Book-keeping and Busi- j
ness Methods, 19 Stenotyping, 20
Violin, 23 Organ, 24 Singing, 25 Do
mestic Science, 26 Trigonometry.
The letter 'p" donates pass, and
the letter 'm" denotes pass with
merit. The 'abbreviation "c.c only"
at the end of a candidate's results, in
dicates that the candidate has quali-
fied for the Junior Commercial Certl-
ficate. In other 'words; he did no
qualify for the ordinary Junior Cer
tificate.
Muriel Florence Foote.—lp, 2p, 7p,
9p, 10p,16m.
ALBERT SAMUEL FOMROY. MAREEBA, Saturday. (Article), The Northern Herald (Cairns, Qld. : 1913 - 1939), Wednesday 29 August 1928 [Issue No.804] page 7 2019-10-07 14:15 ALEERT SAMUEL FQMROY.
ALBERT SAMUEL POMROY
Advertising (Advertising), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 20 March 1950 [Issue No.3270] page 12 2019-10-04 20:17 (a) Clarlie Blake, late ol Newtown,
Toowoomba. (b) 12th Mar., 1949. (cj
place, and Doris Cathcart Taylor, ol
Mount View, Jimbour, wHe oi Donald
(a) Clarlie Blake, late of Newtown,
Toowoomba. (b) 12th Mar., 1949. (c)
place, and Doris Cathcart Taylor, of
Mount View, Jimbour, wife of Donald
Advertising (Advertising), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Saturday 29 July 1939 page 25 2019-10-04 20:03 TAYLOR, late of Wyobie. Worra, in the
State of Queensland,- Grazier, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that after tin? ex-
Sitation of Fourteen days from the date of
te publication hereof. Application will be
made -to this Honourable Court that PRO
Skmuel Alexander Taylor, Deceased may be
Wyobie, Warra, aforesaid. Widow,
JAMES AVILLIAM GEORGE JOHN TAY
LOR, of Newstcnd Warra, Grazier, and
DONALD .CAMPBELL TAYLOR,, of "Mount
. land,-' Grazier, the Executors named in the
said Wilt Any person who desires to ob
ject to- the application or to be heard upon
- Dated this Twenty-sixth day of July,
. "BERNAYS & BERNAYS. Solicitors for
.Vlhe said. Amelia. Eliza Taylor, James- Wit-
Ham George John Taylor, and Donald
Campbell Taylor,- Margaret Street, Too-
TAYLOR, late of Wyobie, Warra, in the
State of Queensland, Grazier, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that after the ex-
piration of Fourteen days from the date of
the publication hereof. Application will be
made to this Honourable Court that PRO
Samuel Alexander Taylor, Deceased, may be
Wyobie, Warra, aforesaid Widow,
JAMES WILLIAM GEORGE JOHN TAY
LOR, of Newstead, Warra, Grazier, and
DONALD CAMPBELL TAYLOR, of "Mount
land, Grazier, the Executors named in the
said Will. Any person who desires to ob
ject to the application or to be heard upon
Dated this Twenty-sixth day of July,
BERNAYS & BERNAYS, Solicitors for
the said Amelia. Eliza Taylor, James- Will-
iam George John Taylor, and Donald
Campbell Taylor, Margaret Street, Too-
FATHER'S CLAIM COMPENSATION FOR DEATH OF SON. Decision Reserved. (Article), The Dalby Herald (Qld. : 1910 - 1954), Thursday 14 April 1938 page 5 2019-10-04 19:54 F Aims CLAIM
Decisjon'Reserved.
. iv the Industrial Magistrate's Court
Verday Mr.. iM. Dwyer, r.M.. ie
rcrMetl his decision in the casw» in
which Patrick \\lonaghau, dairy tor-
iimi nf -Jimbour- naked
of an accident 'to -his son, Morvyn
Francis Moimghau.
Whilo the lad and nuothor person
were gptting Jpetrol from a drum at
Jimbour, on the evening of Septem
ber 24th las b, there woa an esplo-
elon and they were injured. Both re
ceived bums, and tho hoy died from
bis Injuries on September 27th.
Mr, Victor Drury <Mesart. Drury
and Carvosso) appeared for the appli
cant, and Cvir, C, J. Cosgrove (of the
Crown. Law oflice, Brisbane), ap
peared for tho State Insurance Com.
miseioner.
Tho applicant, giving evidence,
sutd that his sou worked at homo
until February 15th, last year, wfa9n
and Sons, Jimbour. The boy receiv
ed £-1 a u week and hie keep. He
worked for ni ' zAonth and paid the
purse. On -'April 27th the boy return
ed to the employ of 8. A. Taylor
and Sons at thie- some wage. He re
malned 'there until (May 3iet, -when
be returned home with £6 wages,
on September 21st. he again return
ed to the employ of -the Taylors. On
September 24th he was tojurod, and
died three days Utpr. All the money
he- had earned went into the com
Donald Campbell. Taylor, of Mt.
View, Jimbour, sold that on the
cVoulug of September 24th ho and
(he boy were getting petrol from a
drum, /using a lantern to see what
they wore doing. There was an ex
In hU address 'Air, Drury said that
Ui0 whoio of the snoopy the boy earn
ed weut into the general fund tot
the keep of tho family. He submitted
that -the family woe- partially depend-
out on the hoy. idlso it was neces
sary to took ut the future to see
v, hat they, .would < lose,
Mr. Cosgrove sold that on the
whole of 'Idle eviddaa there was Ut.
tie to show auy dependency. That
wu 'tho view taken by thjo State
offered the parents £100. One as
pect to be couhldered was the pros-
poet or the' boy marrying.
said that hje would .endeavour to de
liver it wjt&i ho returned to Dalby
lit a fortpjgfct.
FATHER'S CLAIM
Decision Reserved.
In the Industrial Magistrate's Court
yesterday Mr. M. Dwyer, I.M.. re-
served his decision in the case in
which Patrick Monaghan, dairy far-
mer, of Jimbour, asked
of an accident to-his son, Mervyn
Francis Monaghan.
While the lad and another person
were getting petrol from a drum at
Jimbour, on the evening of Septem-
ber 24th last, there was an explo-
sion and they were injured. Both re-
ceived bums, and the boy died from
his Injuries on September 27th.
Mr. Victor Drury (Messrs Drury
and Carvosso) appeared for the appli-
cant, and Mr. C. J. Cosgrove (of the
Crown Law Oflice, Brisbane), ap-
peared for the State Insurance Com-
missioner.
The applicant, giving evidence,
said that his son worked at home
until February 15th last year, when
and Sons, Jimbour. The boy receiv-
ed £1 a week and his keep. He
worked for a month and paid the
purse. On April 27th the boy return-
ed to the employ of S. A. Taylor
and Sons at the same wage. He re-
mained there until May 31st, when
be returned home with £6 wages.
On September 21st. he again return-
ed to the employ of the Taylors. On
September 24th he was injured, and
died three days later. All the money
he had earned went into the com-
Donald Campbell Taylor, of Mt.
View, Jimbour, sald that on the
evening of September 24th he and
the boy were getting petrol from a
drum, using a lantern to see what
they were doing. There was an ex-
In his address Mr. Drury said that
the whole of the money the boy ear-n
ed went into the general fund for
the keep of the family. He submitted
that the family was partially depend-
ent on the boy. Also it was neces-
sary to look at the future to see
what they would lose,
Mr. Cosgrove said that on the
whole of the evidence there was lit-
tle to show any dependency. That
was the view taken by the State
offered the parents £100. One as-
pect to be consldered was the pros-
pect or the boy marrying.
said that he would endeavour to d-
liver it when he returned to Dalby
in a fortnjght.
FAREWELL TO NURSES. (Article), The Dalby Herald (Qld. : 1910 - 1954), Tuesday 15 September 1936 page 2 2019-10-04 15:53 At an enjoyable, tennis parly hold
at tho Dalby HoBnltal on Saturday
utteruoon, Nurses Joyce Lewis and
At an enjoyable tennis party held
at the Dalby Hospltal on Saturday
afternoon, Nurses Joyce Lewis and

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