Information about Trove user: GGordon3966

View user profile in the Trove forum

Tags

Display options

top tags

Recent comments

Display options

Text corrections

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,780,844
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,204
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,270,981
5 Rhonda.M 3,093,149
...
804 SusanJost 54,655
805 irwin11 54,350
806 henrydetjen 54,348
807 GGordon3966 54,307
808 annamareemalmgren 54,242
809 colincaldwell 54,167

54,307 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 657
September 2019 755
August 2019 3,124
July 2019 1,012
June 2019 1,675
May 2019 1,620
April 2019 2,433
March 2019 1,490
February 2019 450
January 2019 436
December 2018 1,535
November 2018 5,519
October 2018 1,247
September 2018 24
August 2018 186
July 2018 720
June 2018 472
May 2018 823
March 2018 1,101
February 2018 822
January 2018 411
December 2017 1,099
November 2017 1,230
October 2017 1,099
September 2017 1,888
August 2017 1,189
July 2017 133
June 2017 497
April 2017 12
March 2017 133
February 2017 329
January 2017 1,774
December 2016 165
November 2016 5,176
October 2016 3,601
September 2016 1,593
August 2016 161
March 2016 55
January 2016 123
December 2015 415
November 2015 17
October 2015 443
September 2015 73
August 2015 703
July 2015 357
June 2015 274
April 2015 14
March 2015 439
February 2015 44
January 2015 1,093
December 2014 84
October 2014 168
September 2014 394
August 2014 524
June 2014 37
May 2014 240
April 2014 1,237
March 2014 740
February 2014 242

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,780,642
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,204
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,270,960
5 Rhonda.M 3,093,136
...
802 GrahamBaglin 54,648
803 lenmakin 54,615
804 irwin11 54,350
805 GGordon3966 54,267
806 colincaldwell 54,167
807 annamareemalmgren 54,002

54,267 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 657
September 2019 755
August 2019 3,124
July 2019 1,012
June 2019 1,675
May 2019 1,620
April 2019 2,433
March 2019 1,490
February 2019 450
January 2019 436
December 2018 1,535
November 2018 5,519
October 2018 1,207
September 2018 24
August 2018 186
July 2018 720
June 2018 472
May 2018 823
March 2018 1,101
February 2018 822
January 2018 411
December 2017 1,099
November 2017 1,230
October 2017 1,099
September 2017 1,888
August 2017 1,189
July 2017 133
June 2017 497
April 2017 12
March 2017 133
February 2017 329
January 2017 1,774
December 2016 165
November 2016 5,176
October 2016 3,601
September 2016 1,593
August 2016 161
March 2016 55
January 2016 123
December 2015 415
November 2015 17
October 2015 443
September 2015 73
August 2015 703
July 2015 357
June 2015 274
April 2015 14
March 2015 439
February 2015 44
January 2015 1,093
December 2014 84
October 2014 168
September 2014 394
August 2014 524
June 2014 37
May 2014 240
April 2014 1,237
March 2014 740
February 2014 242

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 310,783
2 PhilThomas 128,488
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 50,934
...
744 andrewhawthorneast 40
745 DougMcLennan 40
746 francesmball 40
747 GGordon3966 40
748 jwaller 40
749 kmfarley 40

40 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2018 40


Recent corrections

Article Changed Old lines New lines
ALMOST TRAPPED. Fighters Dart to Safety. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 2 April 1936 [Issue No.25,262] page 10 2019-10-14 06:49 MORWELL, Wednesday. — Tlio Gunyah
public ball and.also the Mirboo East hall,
which were eight-miles apart, were both
reduced to ashes by a fierce fire.' Seven,
they received first aid. Afterwards .they
were brought- to Morwell, where they
Yobb, N. Hamilton, Ernie, Eric and Kcllh
Smith, J. Pylett, J. Edwards, D. Clow
ber mid machinery were destroyed.
cued Just to time. Mr. Harry Fisher
rushed his wife and three-m'onths-old
baby toto a car. and at top speed tore
Tlie flames licked the : car, and Mrs.
Fisher had her hair, and .face. - badly
to another car, also made a dramatic es
and is travelling towards the Budgerce
more property Is likely to bo destroyed.
MORWELL, Wednesday.—The Gunyah
public hall and also the Mirboo East hall,
which were eight miles apart, were both
reduced to ashes by a fierce fire. Seven
they received first aid. Afterwards they
were brought to Morwell, where they
Yobb, N. Hamilton, Ernie, Eric and Keith
Smith, J. Pylett, J. Edwards, D. Clan
ber and machinery were destroyed.
cued just in time. Mr. Harry Fisher
rushed his wife and three-months-old
baby into a car, and at top speed tore
The flames licked the car, and Mrs.
Fisher had her hair and face badly
in another car, also made a dramatic es
and is travelling towards the Budgeree
more property is likely to be destroyed.
Narrow Escape (Article), Morwell Advertiser (Morwell, Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 13 August 1936 [Issue No.2601] page 6 2019-10-14 06:36 NOrrow Ewpe.
-0---
c:dent was experienced by Mr T.
from Gunyah in, his motor van, and
travelling in ihe same direction 'at
its- progress was checked and both
Narrow Escape.
cident was experienced by Mr T.
from Gunyah in his motor van, and
travelling in the same direction at
its progress was checked and both
Destructive Bush Fires (Article), Morwell Advertiser (Morwell, Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 2 April 1936 [Issue No.2582] page 9 2019-10-14 05:42 been threa:ened with destruction.
On Tuesday the fire-bell was run.
save Mr Merret.'s home, and the ef
before an army of fire-fighters go; it
down across the Prince's- Highway
ashes. Seven:een men had a terrible
Gunyaih Hotel where they received
first as'd, and were afterwards brought
by Dr. Mtcdhell. Those treated by
I'hards, L. Richardson, B. Jones, W.
-Yobb, 'N. Hamilton, Ernie, Eric and
land.' With pumps and buckets they
and their .homes, hut without success,
Sit ly ?fo6 ;teir amazement tley dis
a sroaring fire. Fortunately there was
a Ijirrack close by which afforded
shelte .?for: a- time and saved their
lives ]ine huts, three houses, thirty
ral ,woheni and children were got to
safety- just in tmr"e Mr Harry. Fisher
rushed his wife and 'three months old
baby i nb a car and at top speed tore
The flames :licked the :carn and Mrs
Fishier had -her hair and face badly
scorchd?,rMrs Board-and her children
escape.' Mr Jack Patterson's house
wias destroyed, also Mr Fawlkner's.
homes. The fire, which has. a frontage
changes-much more property is likely.
'posts were destroyed 'by fire' in dif
;of men .are, engaged night and 'day
effecting ;repairs.' .
been threatened with destruction.
On Tuesday the fire-bell was rung
save Mr Merret's home, and the ef
before an army of fire-fighters got it
down across the Prince's Highway
ashes. Seventeen men had a terrible
Gunyah Hotel where they received
first aid, and were afterwards brought
by Dr. Mitchell. Those treated by
hards, L. Richardson, B. Jones, W.
Yobb, N. Hamilton, Ernie, Eric and
land. With pumps and buckets they
and their .homes, but without success.
Suddenly to their amazement they dis
a roaring fire. Fortunately there was
a jig track close by which afforded
shelter for a time and saved their
lives. Nine huts, three houses, thirty
ral women and children were got to
safety just in time. Mr Harry Fisher
rushed his wife and three months old
baby into a car and at top speed tore
The flames licked the car and Mrs
Fisher had her hair and face badly
scorched. Mrs Board and her children
escape. Mr Jack Patterson's house
was destroyed, also Mr Fawkner's.
homes. The fire, which has a frontage
changes much more property is likely
posts were destroyed by fire in dif
of men are engaged night and day
effecting repairs.
VISIT OF THE STATE GOVERNOR. Installation of Bush Nurse. (Article), South Gippsland Shire Echo (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 15 May 1914 [Issue No.727] page 5 2019-10-12 16:39 tbe State Governor and Lady Stanley
Sadller. The interior of the hall was
tbe Western District, but he con
able one, on tbe bush nurse by pre
hearty vote of thanks to Sir. Arthur
the State Governor and Lady Stanley
vice-regal car, was up to time. The
Sadlier. The interior of the hall was
the Western District, but he con
able one, on the bush nurse by pre
hearty vote of thanks to Sir Arthur
Bush Nursing. (Article), Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle (Vic. : 1882 - 1918), Friday 15 May 1914 [Issue No.5023] page 2 2019-10-12 16:31 Bush: Nursing.
On Monda3y last, Sir Arthur Stanley,
\Wclshpool for the purpose of ~installing a
bush nlurse, Miss Calvert. One of the
members of the. party was Dr. J. W. Bar
rett, -who, a:fler explaining that. the bushl
scheme, said theree were ways in ivhch
his opin'ot ;!the best: that was in opera
tion ifi Edenhope add several other cen
ires. Under that' scheme every househol
der paid -1 per annum for himself, his
wife, and every member of his family' un
der 18"years of age.' Under ;that system
the charity hospital was elminated, and
Bush Nursing.
On Monday last, Sir Arthur Stanley,
Welshpool for the purpose of installing a
bush nurse, Miss Calvert. One of the
members of the party was Dr. J. W. Bar
rett, who, after explaining that the bush
scheme, said there were ways in which
his opinion the best that was in opera
tion in Edenhope and several other cen
tres. Under that scheme every househol
der paid £1 per annum for himself, his
wife, and every member of his family un
der 18 years of age. Under that system
the charity hospital was eliminated, and
Visit of the Governor. (Article), Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 8 May 1914 page 2 2019-10-12 15:45 • The Gov riior, Lofd Stauley and
i L»tly Siuul. y will visit \Wshpool on
Monday next. Tlie purpose of the visit
of sui.'11 distinguished personages to the
district is to install the busli nuese, who
sclieme intend to celebrate the occasion
rifjht royally, arrangements having been
social evening in the Mt'cbanics' hall at
7 p.m. The inst illation ceremony will
take place in the afiernoon and Rill be
doulit, be an in eresting event. Tickets
for the high tea h»Vi- be>m issued, and
Cansick's, gent's. 53, and ladies 2s 6d.
The Governor, Lord Stanley and
Lady Stanley will visit Welshpool on
Monday next. The purpose of the visit
of such distinguished personages to the
district is to install the bush nuese, who
scheme intend to celebrate the occasion
right royally, arrangements having been
social evening in the Mechanics' hall at
7 p.m. The installation ceremony will
take place in the afternoon and will be
doubt, be an interesting event. Tickets
for the high tea have been issued, and
Cansick's, gent's. 5s, and ladies 2s 6d.
The Standard. PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY. Beneath the rule of men entirely just the pen is mightier than the sword. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. (Article), Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 8 May 1914 [Issue No.3,442] page 2 2019-10-12 15:41 the purpose of installing tho bush
taken to Port Wolshpool during the
the purpose of installing the bush
taken to Port Welshpool during the
Advertising (Advertising), Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 8 May 1914 page 2 2019-10-12 15:38 Governor and lady STAN
INSTALLATION of Busfclfnree at
2.30' p.m.- Public HigJiTea and
Sbciitl- Evening' 7 p.m.
Msbnjtmc&! Ha'li.; Monday, May 11
Tickets fbr Hlih Tc» dent's g*.,
Ladles as 6d.
AnnibJ. Chadwick, Hon. Sec.
GOVERNOR AND LADY STAN
INSTALLATION of Bush Nurse at
2.30 p.m. Public High Tea and
Social Evening 7 p.m.
MECHANICS' HALL, MONDAY, MAY 11
Tickets for High Tea Gent's 5s.,
Ladies 2s 6d.
Annie J. Chadwick, Hon. Sec.
Advertising (Advertising), Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate (Vic. : 1914), Thursday 7 May 1914 page 2 2019-10-12 15:31 j GOVERNOR "AND LADY STAN
LEY'S VISIT TO WELSHPOOL. ?
.| NSTA Ll.ATK >.\ of l!u.di N urse at i
JL 'J.-'iO p.m. 1'tiblic 'JV:t ami 1
Soi;iat livening 7 p.m. i
^ll'X'HAMCs' I I A i.I.. illiMiAV, Jl.ll Il.j
PUISLIC INVITKL). j
Tickets for Hlgb Tea (ijni's 55., ]
Laiiies 2s 61I. I
A.V.smio J. Ciiaowicic, Hon. See.
GOVERNOR AND LADY STAN
LEY'S VISIT TO WELSHPOOL.
INSTALLATION of Bush Nurse at
2.30 p.m. Public High Tea and
Social Evening 7 p.m.
MECHANICS' HALL, MONDAY, MAY 11.
PUBLIC INVITED.
Tickets for High Tea Gent's's 5s.,
Ladies 2s 6d.
ANNIE J. CHADWICK, Hon. Sec.
IN THE PUBLIC EYE Men and Women (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 6 May 1914 [Issue No.12,011] page 12 2019-10-12 15:24 Mr W. H. Rose, head organiser ot the
Stawell and Ballarat in the past' week
(Western district will bo visited in . the
course of tho month.
the Aurora, used in . the Scott Antarc
tic Expedition, and has been- mentioned
rived In London from' Australia a few
days ago by tlio R.M.S. Orama.
Mr. W. A. Watt, the Premior', and
Mlldura.- They will be joined at Ouyen
by, Mr. II. S. TV. Lawson, Minister
for Lands,, and Mr. J. Gray, honorary .
Minister, who will accompany them: to
tho irrigation settlement. The party-
Mr Augustus Taylor Patcrson, who
for 20 years carried on business' as a
yesterday, after an Illness" extending
over two years. ' He was a brother- of
carried oh a similar' business -in Smith
street. : '
At a meeting of the Victorian Scot-
tlsh Unton tdday a cablegram "was
'to' a' message of congratulation. Sir R.
for its1 congratulations, and expressed 1
the' hope that soon after his arrival in
Victoria he would have the opportunity,
of meeting the members' of the union.
At thfe half-yearly meeting of the
Mr John Grlce, . the chairman, . ex
the death of Mr George Turnbull,, the
Sydney manager, on April 24.- Mr
Turnbull joined the bank, in 1872, and 1
remained In the same employment .
until a few months ago, when ill- 1
health compelled him to resign. Dur- :
lng the last 2.1 years Mr Turnbull was i
IT. S. Gregson has. been appointed to
the vacancy. .,
Lads Interested In Victoria
Mr Arthur R. Pontlfox, a representa
League of England, who, on a recent,
visit to Melbourne, arranged with ' the
admitted to the Dookie and Longcre-
nong Agricultural Colleges, oh the
usual terms, Is continuing to Interest
English lads In Victorian agriculture.
carried on at Donltle i'.'ol'ege.
Mr W. H. Rose, head organiser of the
Stawell and Ballarat in the past week
(Western district will be visited in the
course of the month.
the Aurora, used in the Scott Antarc
tic Expedition, and has been mentioned
rived in London from Australia a few
days ago by the R.M.S. Orama.
Mr. W. A. Watt, the Premier, and
Mlldura. They will be joined at Ouyen
by Mr. H. S. W. Lawson, Minister
for Lands, and Mr. J. Gray, honorary
Minister, who will accompany them to
the irrigation settlement. The party
Mr Augustus Taylor Paterson, who
for 20 years carried on business as a
yesterday, after an illness extending
over two years. He was a brother of
carried on a similar business in Smith
street.
At a meeting of the Victorian Scot
tish Union today a cablegram was
to a message of congratulation. Sir R.
for its congratulations, and expressed
the hope that soon after his arrival in
Victoria he would have the opportunity
of meeting the members of the union.
At the half-yearly meeting of the
Mr John Grice, the chairman, ex
the death of Mr George Turnbull, the
Sydney manager, on April 24. Mr
Turnbull joined the bank, in 1872, and
remained in the same employment
until a few months ago, when ill
ing the last 23 years Mr Turnbull was
R. S. Gregson has been appointed to
the vacancy.
Lads Interested in Victoria
Mr Arthur R. Pontifex, a representa
League of England, who, on a recent
visit to Melbourne, arranged with the
admitted to the Dookie and Longere
nong Agricultural Colleges, on the
usual terms, is continuing to interest
English lads in Victorian agriculture.
carried on at Dookie College.

Recent merge/splits

WhenSummaryCommentDetails

Read the merging and splitting guidelines.

Your lists

  1. Agnes.
    List
    Public

    Naming of Agnes and Agnes River.

    1 items
    created by: public:GGordon3966 2019-06-13
    User data
  2. Fire Brigade
    List
    Public

    Interesting Fire Brigade stuff.

    9 items
    created by: public:GGordon3966 2018-10-01
    User data
  3. Fishermen, Corner Inlet and Port Welshpool
    List
    Public

    Fishermans up's and down's.

    92 items
    created by: public:GGordon3966 2018-03-02
    User data
  4. Jack Patterson of Gunyah and Dingo Creek.
    List
    Public

    About Jack Patterson who climbed a tree 160 feet in the air to hang a Premiership Football Jumper with 10 Pounds reward to challenge anyone to retrieve it. The feat took him 4 hours.

    6 items
    created by: public:GGordon3966 2019-10-14
    User data
  5. The Long Jetty
    List
    Public

    Articles on opening of Long Jetty.

    66 items
    created by: public:GGordon3966 2017-01-14
    User data
  6. Welshpool Bush Nursing Hospital
    List
    Public

    15 items
    created by: public:GGordon3966 2018-02-21
    User data
  7. Welshpool Jetty.
    List
    Public

    Welshpool "Fishermans" jetty.

    17 items
    created by: public:GGordon3966 2017-01-16
    User data
  8. Whale stranding / beaching around Wilson's Prom area
    List
    Public

    Whale beachings in and around Corner Inlet.

    1 items
    created by: public:GGordon3966 2018-12-03
    User data

Information on Trove's new list feature can be found here.