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1 JohnWarren 5,861,491
2 noelwoodhouse 3,930,041
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,581
5 Rhonda.M 3,210,892
...
931 Kenny 46,381
932 TrudiAnn 46,337
933 sue-hanrahan 46,254
934 Fdmg 46,171
935 ChrisHampton 46,111
936 margobrien 46,037

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December 2019 10
November 2019 173
October 2019 9
February 2019 254
January 2019 133
December 2018 349
November 2018 425
October 2018 91
September 2018 1,665
August 2018 133
June 2018 92
May 2018 10
March 2018 57
February 2018 1,461
January 2018 3,752
December 2017 4,733
November 2017 4,891
October 2017 3,733
July 2017 22
June 2017 302
March 2017 19
January 2017 38
November 2016 820
October 2016 8,719
September 2016 9,836
August 2016 2,909
July 2016 1,535

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,861,289
2 noelwoodhouse 3,930,041
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,560
5 Rhonda.M 3,210,879
...
930 TrudiAnn 46,337
931 kelrea 46,275
932 sue-hanrahan 46,254
933 Fdmg 46,171
934 margobrien 46,037
935 nafel 46,021

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December 2019 10
November 2019 173
October 2019 9
February 2019 254
January 2019 133
December 2018 349
November 2018 425
October 2018 91
September 2018 1,665
August 2018 133
June 2018 92
May 2018 10
March 2018 57
February 2018 1,461
January 2018 3,752
December 2017 4,733
November 2017 4,891
October 2017 3,733
July 2017 22
June 2017 302
March 2017 19
January 2017 38
November 2016 820
October 2016 8,719
September 2016 9,836
August 2016 2,909
July 2016 1,535

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ITEMS OF NEWS. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Wednesday 11 April 1877 [Issue No.5628] page 2 2019-12-04 19:31 ;Oh, Monday afternoon a boy named 7 William
Itbwell, aged 14 years, residing ;at;:;Yaughad,
'met with a7 rather serious accident. Hergot oh.
immediately commenced bucking;; the result
was,th"e" boy Rowell' was thrown and fell with
considerable violence to the ground7.: . On being
picked up it was found his left7arm. waa broken,
and the elbow forced' completely oiit of its
socket.. He waa brought :to,' the Hospital
yesterday;' and the- injury , at -onoe/. attended to.
On Monday afternoon a boy named William
Rowell, aged 14 years, residing at Vaughan,
met with a rather serious accident. He got on
immediately commenced bucking; the result
was the boy Rowell was thrown and fell with
considerable violence to the ground. On being
picked up it was found his left arm was broken,
and the elbow forced completely out of its
socket. He was brought to the Hospital
yesterday; and the injury at once attended to.
CASTLEMAINE POLICE COURT. Friday, January 12. (Before Messrs James and Pearce.) (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Saturday 13 January 1877 [Issue No.5554] page 2 2019-11-19 17:15 (Before Messrs James and Pearca.)
Ghxsgs She ex. rr— A drunkard was discnargea.
coat, ve3t, pair of trousers, 2 Crimean shirts,
and 1 flannel snirt, valued at L3. The prose-
cmor, John Price, stated he me: the prisoner at
the Metropolitan Hotel, end paid for his bed
and supper. He gave him 163 to get railway
tickets for Dnnoliy, whereto they were to pro?
net come back to the onter part of the station
about when searched for. Ha had with him the
sober, he was " half and half." Ths prisoner
siaied he walked on to the station in advance
and put the swag in ihe score room till prosecu
tor arrived. Constaple GJendenning saw the
rtf Tlnnnsllan nn Prisnnpr n.ama nn and
claimed the swag as his own. He had npon
him a new flannel shirt identified by "prosecutor
as his. Upon A Yoight being called he stated
Wednesday, and oa Thursday morning tbey
effect :ha: the fault lay with the prosecutor in
no: coming to the traiD, but he could not give a
satisfactory account about the runnel he bad oa
ciear, so they discharged him, and cautioned
him to be more cautious iu future as to his
whictf wa3 by agreement set down as a claim for
damages, L3 10i. Mr Smyth, on the part of
the plaintiff! explained the damages were for in
called, stated that on the evening of 31st De?
csmber he called at Mr Thwaites1 honsa, and
oi oamplainant'a wife in a disrespectful manner,
ha struck complainant a blow that in j area and
cat him by driving him against the door. In
work, and was put to sundry expenses in bring
ing on the suit. In answer to Mr MerriSeld,
who appeared for defendant, tbe prosecutor
drinks there. Mrs Schofield described her bos?
band as bleeding upon bis return home, and as
haviog a cut on his head of about an .inch and a
half long. Mr'Merrifield stated the defence
was a complete denial of tbe evidence given by
plaintiff. On Mr Thwaites being called he arid
and 8 o'clock in the evening very drank, and on
being ordered ont by Mrs Thwaites he refased
to leave, bnt afterwards left on being requested
by defendant. Plaintiff was very drank, and
fell twice on the verandah. He neither -was
drink, said that Mrs Thwaites refased to give
month. Mra Thwaites described the plaintiff as
he fell. Oase "dismissed, no costs. Oharles
(Before Messrs James and Pearce.)
CHARGE SHEET— A drunkard was discharged.
coat, vest, pair of trousers, 2 Crimean shirts,
and 1 flannel shirt, valued at £3. The prose-
cutor, John Price, stated he me: the prisoner at
the Metropolitan Hotel, and paid for his bed
and supper. He gave him 16s to get railway
tickets for Dunnolly, whereto they were to pro-
not come back to the outer part of the station
about when searched for. He had with him the
sober, he was " half and half." The prisoner
stated he walked on to the station in advance
and put the swag in the store room till prosecu-
tor arrived. Constable Glendenning saw the
of Donnellan on it. Prisoner came up and
claimed the swag as his own. He had upon
him a new flannel shirt identified by prosecutor
as his. Upon A Voight being called he stated
Wednesday, and on Thursday morning they
effect that the fault lay with the prosecutor in
not coming to the train, but he could not give a
satisfactory account about the flannel he had on
clear, so they discharged him, and cautioned
him to be more cautious in future as to his
which was by agreement set down as a claim for
damages, £3 10s. Mr Smyth, on the part of
the plaintiff explained the damages were for in-
called, stated that on the evening of 31st De-
cember he called at Mr Thwaites house, and
of camplainant's wife in a disrespectful manner,
he struck complainant a blow that injured and
cut him by driving him against the door. In
work, and was put to sundry expenses in bring-
ing on the suit. In answer to Mr Merrifield,
who appeared for defendant, the prosecutor
drinks there. Mrs Schofield described her hus-
band as bleeding upon his return home, and as
having a cut on his head of about an inch and a
half long. Mr Merrifield stated the defence
was a complete denial of the evidence given by
plaintiff. On Mr Thwaites being called he said
and 8 o'clock in the evening very drunk, and on
being ordered out by Mrs Thwaites he refused
to leave, but afterwards left on being requested
by defendant. Plaintiff was very drunk, and
fell twice on the verandah. He neither was
drink, said that Mrs Thwaites refused to give
month. Mrs Thwaites described the plaintiff as
he fell. Case dismissed, no costs. Charles
NEWS BY THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Tuesday 28 October 1879 [Issue No.6421] page 4 2019-11-18 20:09 the silk industry of that oity. — Too pedes
oarrieV the Astley champion belt buck to
England. Weatou's score.stood at 455 miles.
the silk industry of that oity. — The pedes
carries the Astley champion belt back to
England. Weston’s score stood at 455 miles.
A WALKING FEVER. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Thursday 22 May 1879 [Issue No.6285] page 2 2019-11-18 19:56 the.honour of his country. Ennis, also, had tho
usual Fenian following, who kept guard at tho
sides of tho track, and cheered him forward.
, they were presented with fresh bouquets. Poor
He held the unenviable distinction of boing the
even his best frionds deemed it prudent to " lot
' him alone." Ho still, however, trotted around
sistence that to the mass of the spoctators was
. ; and at ono time over a thousand policemen wero
, in the hall to, keep order. A drunken Irishman
, man, but was carried off at once to the police
station. A plot was reported to have boon
formed to squirt chloroform in the faco of tho
was' too much for the nerves of the miserable
and rail in favour of the plucky Rowell. Under
agreed that no contestant should bo entitled to a
sharo of the "gate money," which aggregated
- At about his four hundredth mile the Yankee
would also fail to receivo anything for his ef-
t fort to win it. In this emergency Rowell came
and coached his rival round tho track until ho
had accomplished tho necessary distance. Poor
like, a corpse, and at tho last Rowell had to take
. his limbs lost their stiffness. This was tho occa-
: sion of the wildest enthusiasm. The ladies
waved their handkerchiefs and cried ; tho men
<' hurrahed themselves hoarse ; and the band
- played by turns " Yaukeo Doodle" and tlioEng-
when he left tho track after completing His five
hundredth mile ho was hailed with a "perfect
ovation," to use the languago of the sporting
. Press. His share of the " gate money" was
match, just as overy town that is a town at all,
has been visited by ono of the twenty-nine
land, doing " Pinafore." In Gilmoro's during
the past week there has boon a female walking
of the poor women had to be carried oil' to the
, hospital, and two or threo others are dangerously
tho track. Thus the underlying brutality of these
public amusemont. That it is brutal and cruel
stage's can doubt. The wrotched athletics staggor
along, their lips blue with exhaustion, their oyes
. sunken, their faces drawn and set, their limbs
palpably swollen. No doubt tho tragic flavour
which this lends to tho contest is its secret
fight and which made tho gladiatorial combats
the honour of his country. Ennis, also, had the
usual Fenian following, who kept guard at the
sides of the track, and cheered him forward.
they were presented with fresh bouquets. Poor
He held the unenviable distinction of being the
even his best friends deemed it prudent to "let
him alone." He still, however, trotted around
sistence that to the mass of the spectators was
and at one time over a thousand policemen were
in the hall to keep order. A drunken Irishman
man, but was carried off at once to the police
station. A plot was reported to have been
formed to squirt chloroform in the face of the
was too much for the nerves of the miserable
and ran in favour of the plucky Rowell. Under
agreed that no contestant should be entitled to a
share of the "gate money," which aggregated
At about his four hundredth mile the Yankee
would also fail to receive anything for his ef-
fort to win it. In this emergency Rowell came
and coached his rival round the track until he
had accomplished the necessary distance. Poor
like, a corpse, and at the last Rowell had to take
his limbs lost their stiffness. This was the occa-
sion of the wildest enthusiasm. The ladies
waved their handkerchiefs and cried; the men
played by turns " Yaukee Doodle" and the Eng-
when he left the track after completing his five
hundredth mile he was hailed with a "perfect
ovation," to use the language of the sporting
match, just as every town that is a town at all,
has been visited by one of the twenty-nine
land, doing "Pinafore." In Gilmore's during
the past week there has been a female walking
of the poor women had to be carried off to the
hospital, and two or three others are dangerously
the track. Thus the underlying brutality of these
public amusement. That it is brutal and cruel
stage's can doubt. The wretched athletics stagger
along, their lips blue with exhaustion, their eyes
sunken, their faces drawn and set, their limbs
palpably swollen. No doubt the tragic flavour
which this lends to the contest is its secret
fight and which made the gladiatorial combats
A WALKING FEVER. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Thursday 22 May 1879 [Issue No.6285] page 2 2019-11-18 18:49 The Now York correspondent of the Sydnoy
month has reached its height. Since the groat
He'enan-Sayors prize fight, indeed, no sporting
event has excited anything like tho interest
which was awakened in tho contest for the Ast-
ley belt. Gilmoro's Garden, which has a seating
capacity of twelvo thousand, and which, on a
sand persons, was' for an entire week kept
dangerously crammed during the progross of this
expected that Rowell, tho " little Englishman,"
and cultivated skill of tho Irish- American,
fail, either Harriman, the Yankoe, or Ennis, tho
out regard to " age, sex, or colour, or provious
condition," wore affected by the same fever.
At 1 o'clock on Monday morning, when tho
match began, tho doors were besieged by a mob
watch the oponing of the struggle that there was
by a" free use of the policeman's club. From that
of tho match, subsisting as they best could by
of the six, when the men wero evidently suffer
interest culminated. On the third day O.Leary
Broke down and left the track, nearly dead from
lie would still succeed in coming in first. Tele-
'grams poured in upon him from all parts of tho
The New York correspondent of the Sydney
month has reached its height. Since the great
Heenan-Sayers prize fight, indeed, no sporting
event has excited anything like the interest
which was awakened in the contest for the Ast-
ley belt. Gilmore's Garden, which has a seating
capacity of twelve thousand, and which, on a
sand persons, was for an entire week kept
dangerously crammed during the progress of this
expected that Rowell, the "little Englishman,"
and cultivated skill of the Irish-American,
fail, either Harriman, the Yankee, or Ennis, the
out regard to “age, sex, or colour, or previous
condition," were affected by the same fever.
At 1 o'clock on Monday morning, when the
match began, the doors were besieged by a mob
watch the opening of the struggle that there was
by a free use of the policeman's club. From that
of the match, subsisting as they best could by
of the six, when the men were evidently suffer
interest culminated. On the third day O’Leary
broke down and left the track, nearly dead from
he would still succeed in coming in first. Tele-
grams poured in upon him from all parts of the
HERALD TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Saturday. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Monday 6 October 1879 [Issue No.6402] page 2 2019-11-18 18:28 herald telegrams.
reside in "Victoria, died suddenly. —The John
Elder has left with a full passenger list." The
cantain states that it is unlikely that the John
Elder will return to Australian ports. — Layeock
declines to row the two Edwarde3 together, and
says that ho is not quite prepared to row against
proposition has caused considerable lnirth in
ought to mako a bettor show in the matter. —
A bookmaker namod Bulstrod was found drowned
bets are unpaid. Tho amount of his liabilities
australian press agencv.J
are being held throughout tho country in antici
great political demonstration took placo yester
day at Cambridgo in the Liberal interest, and
was attended by a largo number of tho leading
politicians. Amongst thoso presont was Sir
William Vornon Harcourt, M.P., for Oxford,
who, in a brilliant speech, attacked tho Govern
lect of homo affairs, and the wars which, he con
the English market the prico is firm, with a ten
keuter's telegrajis.
mency of tho weather in many parts of the
with referenco to the assertion of the St Peters
burg Press that efforts are being mado to isolate
tho Paoific policy that she has determined to
to bring about a closer alliance betwoon the two
HERALD TELEGRAMS
reside in Victoria, died suddenly. —The John
Elder has left with a full passenger list. The
captain states that it is unlikely that the John
Elder will return to Australian ports. — Laycock
declines to row the two Edwardes together, and
says that he is not quite prepared to row against
proposition has caused considerable mirth in
ought to make a better show in the matter. —
A bookmaker named Bulstrod was found drowned
bets are unpaid. The[ amount of his liabilities
[AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY]
are being held throughout the country in antici
great political demonstration took place yester
day at Cambridge in the Liberal interest, and
was attended by a large number of the leading
politicians. Amongst those present was Sir
William Vernon Harcourt, M.P., for Oxford,
who, in a brilliant speech, attacked the Govern
lect of home affairs, and the wars which, he con
the English market the price is firm, with a ten
REUTER’S TELEGRAMS
mency of the weather in many parts of the
with reference to the assertion of the St Peters
burg Press that efforts are being made to isolate
the Pacific policy that she has determined to
to bring about a closer alliance between the two
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. CASTLEMAINE. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Thursday 20 July 1871 [Issue No.3846] page 2 2019-11-18 18:13 - VICTORIAN RAILWAYS.
Thefollowingis the manifest of goods received
Pierce, Webber, Berry, UJaguo aim Uo., UacK-
iyood, Beckingsaie, Moore Reid and Co.,
Costlemaine Brewery, Cooper, M'CulIoch and
0, . Co., Addis, Fitzgerald, Standard Brewery,
<" Perkins, James, Lowenstein, Jobson, Caulfield,
and Wagner, Halford, Ramsay, Aitkcn, Thur-
good, Kerrigan, Kyd and Mackic.
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS
The following is the manifest of goods received
Pierce, Webber, Berry, Clague and Co., Pack-
wood, Beckingsale, Moore Reid and Co.,
Castlemaine Brewery, Cooper, McCulIoch and
Co., Addis, Fitzgerald, Standard Brewery,
Perkins, James, Lowenstein, Jobson, Caulfield,
and Wagner, Halford, Ramsay, Aitken, Thur-
good, Kerrigan, Kyd and Mackie.
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. CASTLEMAINE. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Monday 4 October 1869 [Issue No.3289] page 2 2019-11-18 18:07 "3S Tv. VICTORIAN 'RAIT. WAYS.
rr-. . .l , OASTLEMAINE.
The followingis the manifest of goods reoeivod
on Saturday . '
TgaoeyrAhLoy, Kyd and Mackio, Newcombe,
Moffnit, Garter, Grey, Williums, Kimpton, Dyer,
v Perkins, "M'Meikau, Engan, Henry, Whorrett,
M'.Cullocli and Co.; Newman and Co., Alderson,
Friirig Fat, Mooney, Kendall, Campbell, AhKee,
: Field Bros., Packwood, M'Kenzio, Thurgood,
CJlark, Pett, 'Rowan, Dawson, Ryan.
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS
CASTLEMAINE
The following is the manifest of goods received
on Saturday:—
Tracey, Ah Loy, Kyd and Mackie, Newcombe,
Moffatt, Carter, Grey, Williams, Kimpton, Dyer,
Perkins, McMeikan, Eagan, Henry, Wherrett,
McCulloch and Co., Newman and Co., Alderson,
Flung Fat, Mooney, Kendall, Campbell, Ah Kee,
Field Bros., Packwood, McKenzie, Thurgood,
Clark, Pett, Rowan, Dawson, Ryan.
CASTLEMAINE CIRCUIT COURT. Monday, October 29. (Before his Honor Chief Justice Stawell.) (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Friday 2 November 1860 [Issue No.812] page 3 2019-11-18 07:01 tent, and beard him say that he had lost his money, but
tent, and heard him say that he had lost his money, but
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 14 April 1950 [Issue No.29,629] page 2 2019-10-10 20:54 LAWS. — On April 33. at his home.
30 -Portland-place. South Yarra.
Albert' George Laws, beloved husband
of Anand loving father of William
(deceased), Beatrice (deceased) Kath
leen (Mrs. J. J. Cantwell). Ellen (Mrs.
D. Scott). Marjorle," Acnes (Mrs. C.
Fltzslmon) and Albert, aged R3 vears.
Bequlescat In pace.
LAWS. — On April 33, at his home
10 Portland-place, South Yarra.
Albert George Laws, beloved husband
of Ann and loving father of William
(deceased), Beatrice (deceased) Kath-
leen (Mrs. J. J. Cantwell), Ellen (Mrs.
D. Scott), Marjorle, Agnes (Mrs. C.
Fitzsimon) and Albert, aged 83 vears.
Requiescat In pace.

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