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1 JohnWarren 6,020,689
2 noelwoodhouse 4,004,751
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,872
4 DonnaTelfer 3,474,710
5 Rhonda.M 3,438,763
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791 BarbaraDawson6929 58,649
792 mhubert61 58,556
793 MalcolmHughes 58,481
794 Jennifer.Crockett 58,467
795 cantwell 58,419
796 Jeannine 58,319

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December 2017 198
November 2017 50
October 2017 43
September 2017 573
August 2017 276
July 2017 354
June 2017 148
May 2017 355
April 2017 694
March 2017 1,045
February 2017 273
January 2017 477
December 2016 93
November 2016 134
October 2016 170
September 2016 359
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June 2016 338
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February 2016 485
January 2016 574
December 2015 90
November 2015 1,477
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September 2015 553
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July 2015 129
June 2015 136
May 2015 350
April 2015 728
March 2015 619
February 2015 333
January 2015 347
December 2014 141
November 2014 67
October 2014 228
September 2014 146
August 2014 673
July 2014 492
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May 2014 1,150
April 2014 506
March 2014 834
February 2014 968
January 2014 629
December 2013 642
November 2013 2,760
October 2013 1,691
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August 2013 2,100
July 2013 579
June 2013 810
May 2013 1,499
April 2013 1,235
March 2013 730
February 2013 1,319
January 2013 853
December 2012 324
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September 2012 195
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July 2012 542
June 2012 680
May 2012 94
April 2012 565
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February 2012 616
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December 2011 81
November 2011 963
October 2011 858
September 2011 743
August 2011 646
July 2011 172
June 2011 83
May 2011 307
April 2011 356
March 2011 1,078
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January 2011 111
December 2010 342
November 2010 327
October 2010 196
September 2010 361
August 2010 153
July 2010 134
June 2010 17
May 2010 444
February 2010 27
December 2009 236
November 2009 66
October 2009 237
September 2009 1
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June 2009 95
October 2008 64
September 2008 45
August 2008 547

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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,020,487
2 noelwoodhouse 4,004,751
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,743
4 DonnaTelfer 3,474,684
5 Rhonda.M 3,438,750
...
789 one-Peter-one-verse-twenty-four 58,620
790 mhubert61 58,556
791 MalcolmHughes 58,481
792 Jennifer.Crockett 58,459
793 cantwell 58,419
794 Jeannine 58,314

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January 2020 265
November 2019 42
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July 2019 180
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February 2019 149
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December 2018 127
November 2018 425
October 2018 854
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August 2018 785
July 2018 312
June 2018 222
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April 2018 83
March 2018 89
February 2018 64
January 2018 35
December 2017 198
November 2017 50
October 2017 43
September 2017 573
August 2017 276
July 2017 354
June 2017 148
May 2017 355
April 2017 694
March 2017 1,038
February 2017 273
January 2017 477
December 2016 93
November 2016 134
October 2016 170
September 2016 359
August 2016 1,193
July 2016 1,045
June 2016 338
May 2016 1,390
April 2016 279
March 2016 185
February 2016 485
January 2016 574
December 2015 90
November 2015 1,477
October 2015 652
September 2015 553
August 2015 211
July 2015 129
June 2015 136
May 2015 350
April 2015 728
March 2015 619
February 2015 333
January 2015 347
December 2014 141
November 2014 67
October 2014 228
September 2014 146
August 2014 673
July 2014 492
June 2014 244
May 2014 1,150
April 2014 506
March 2014 834
February 2014 968
January 2014 629
December 2013 642
November 2013 2,760
October 2013 1,691
September 2013 1,620
August 2013 2,100
July 2013 579
June 2013 810
May 2013 1,499
April 2013 1,235
March 2013 730
February 2013 1,319
January 2013 853
December 2012 324
November 2012 318
October 2012 754
September 2012 195
August 2012 371
July 2012 542
June 2012 680
May 2012 94
April 2012 565
March 2012 510
February 2012 616
January 2012 603
December 2011 81
November 2011 963
October 2011 858
September 2011 743
August 2011 646
July 2011 172
June 2011 83
May 2011 307
April 2011 356
March 2011 1,078
February 2011 878
January 2011 111
December 2010 342
November 2010 327
October 2010 196
September 2010 361
August 2010 153
July 2010 134
June 2010 17
May 2010 444
February 2010 27
December 2009 236
November 2009 66
October 2009 237
September 2009 1
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June 2009 95
October 2008 64
September 2008 45
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Hall o' fame ranking

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1 jaybee67 375,819
2 GeoffMMutton 183,309
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 75,183
...
2122 j.w.tozeland 8
2123 jagvic84 8
2124 Jarkyen01 8
2125 Jennifer.Crockett 8
2126 jeogla 8
2127 jewels501 8

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BREAKING THE BONDS DECREES MADE ABSOLUTE. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Thursday 4 December 1919 [Issue No.13,963] page 8 2020-02-29 17:59 Sitting' in the Divorce Court to-day
Sitting in the Divorce Court to-day
BREAKING THE BONDS DECREES MADE ABSOLUTE. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Thursday 4 December 1919 [Issue No.13,963] page 8 2020-02-29 17:57 hiss Honor the Chief Justice made ab
solute the decrees nisi granted in con
Wilhemina Brown (petitioner), Wil
. Bayliff (respondent); 'Sarah Emma
Smith (respondent);. Hilda Lois Wood
despondent); Minnie Creek (petition
er), Walter Creek (respondent); Wil
Bayle (respondent);' Malcolm Fauld
(co-respondent) William' .Richards
(petitioner), Elizabeth Richards (re
spondent. Albert Joyce (co-respon
dent) ; William John Hawkes- (petition
ed), Constance Harcourt Hawkes (re
spondent). William John Hoskings (co
-(petitioner), .Ethel Ricketts. (respon-.
dent) ; -Violet Lily Burridge , (petition
er), John Melver Burridge (respon
dent);- Albert, O'Keefe (petitioner),.
'Una Gwendolen O'Keefe. (res-pondent),
?Thomas John Peterson (respondent):
his Honor the Chief Justice made ab-
solute the decrees nisi granted in con-
Wilhemina Brown (petitioner), Wil-
Bayliff (respondent); Sarah Emma
Smith (respondent); Hilda Lois Wood
despondent); Minnie Creek (petition-
er), Walter Creek (respondent); Wil-
Bayle (respondent); Malcolm Fauld
(co-respondent) William Richards
(petitioner), Elizabeth Richards (re-
spondent. Albert Joyce (co-respon-
dent) ; William John Hawkes (petition-
ed), Constance Harcourt Hawkes (re-
spondent). William John Hoskings (co-
respondent) ; William Charles Ricketts
-(petitioner), Ethel Ricketts. (respon-
dent) ; Violet Lily Burridge , (petition-
er), John Melver Burridge (respon-
dent); Albert, O'Keefe (petitioner),.
Una Gwendolen O'Keefe (respondent),
Thomas John Peterson (respondent):
Hughes (respondent).
DIVORCE COURT Perth, May 27. (Article), Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1916 - 1938), Tuesday 3 June 1919 [Issue No.5090] page 12 2020-02-29 17:54 iDIVORCE COURT
Perth, May :7.
DIVORCE COURT
Perth, May 27.
Preferred Another. (Article), The Albany Despatch (WA : 1919 - 1927), Thursday 29 May 1919 [Issue No.36] page 2 2020-02-29 17:53 Preferred Aiiotli er. i
Ill tJio Perth Divorce Court, Iieforo Justice
Noiihraorc, Violet Lily Buiridjfc petitioned
for divorce from John Mclver JJurridgc,
a motor cur driver, for misconduct
Tiie petitioner's story was that she was married
to Burridgc in 1913. There wero three
children of the union. They lived at 1'ertli
for a while .after tlie marriage, and then
and went to work on liis father's farm, at
Iiroomehill. Early in the present year witness
went with her sister to Broomchill to
sec him, in consequence of further reports
of liis misconduct coming to her cars.
in tliem. He treated the matter as a joke,
and said lie had a friend named Miss 01-
mnn, whom he took todanccs. He denied
Olman. Witness^ threatened to move for
then apreed to send her 2S shillings a
week, fjiuce then she had received from
him altogether about £0. At Albany witness
friendly with her. Witness liad heard
rumors of Uurridge's attentions to her,
when he was ot Albany, Witness qnestion-
-ed the cirl. who eonfessed that there had
Preferred Another
In the Perth Divorce Court, before Justice
Northmore, Violet Lily Burridge petitioned
for divorce from John Melver Burridge,
a motor car driver, for misconduct.
The petitioner's story was that she was married
to Burridgc in 1913. There were three
children of the union. They lived at Perth
for a while after tlie marriage, and then
and went to work on his father's farm, at
Broomehill. Early in the present year witness
went with her sister to Broomehill to
see him, in consequence of further reports
of his misconduct coming to her ears.
in them. He treated the matter as a joke,
and said he had a friend named Miss Ol-
mn, whom he took to dances. He denied
Olman. Witness threatened to move for
then apreed to send her 25 shillings a
week. Since then she had received from
him altogether about £6. At Albany witness
friendly with her. Witness had heard
rumors of Burridge's attentions to her,
when he was at Albany, Witness question-
-ed the girl. who confessed that there had
A STRANGE STORY TOLD BY YOUNG GIRL IN THE DIVORCE COURT "DOPING" ALLEGED AGAINST RESPONDENT. (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Tuesday 27 May 1919 [Issue No.13,800] page 6 2020-02-29 17:09 "DOPING'" ALLEGED AGAINST
before -Mr. Justice Northmore, Violet
They were very happy together lor
becamo very bad, and witness began to
ing rumors of Burridge's 'goings on'
to Perth, where she stayed, with her
Respondent left. Albany, and went to
Quietly and with bowed ihead she
pening she had no power to resist Bur
Bumdge frightening her into doing as
really, was. When Mrs. Burridge
"DOPING" ALLEGED AGAINST
before Mr. Justice Northmore, Violet
They were very happy together for
became very bad, and witness began to
ing rumors of Burridge's "goings on"
to Perth, where she stayed with her
Respondent left Albany, and went to
Quietly and with bowed head she
pening she had no power to resist Bur-
Burridge frightening her into doing as
really was. When Mrs. Burridge
A STRANGE STORY TOLD BY YOUNG GIRL IN THE DIVORCE COURT "DOPING" ALLEGED AGAINST RESPONDENT. (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Tuesday 27 May 1919 [Issue No.13,800] page 6 2020-02-29 17:05 [?]
TOLD BY VOUNO GIRL
IN THE BIVORGE COURT
'DOPING' ALLEGED AGAINST
RESPONDENT. ?
ibefore -Mr. Justice Northmore, Violet
ily Burridge petitioned for ; divorce
from ilier husband, John Melver Bur
grounds of misconduct. Mr. R. . S-.
Haynes, .K.C., appeared for the peti
tioner, twhile respondent made no ap
pearance. ?' . '.
XJie JJefuuunvl 5. «lujt.y -Wets uiai sub
car driver, and -they lived at Perth
They were very ihappy together lor
'began drinking heavily. His conduct
ibecamo very 'Dad, and witness 4-ega,n to
hear reports and rumors of his asso
came to Perth for a. while, tout return
ed in consequence of further disturb
drink heavily, and in July, 1917, wit
to Perth, where she stayed, with- her
parents.' s
work on his father's farm, at Broome
hill. Early in fine present year wit
ness went -with her sister to Broome
?hill to see him, in consequence of fur
there was any truth in them. He treat
had a friend named Miss Otaian, whom
3io took to dances. -He denied mis
conduct, shut- said he would stick to
Olman. Witness tlireatened- to move
respondent bhgm agreed to send her
At Albany witness 'had 'known a
young girl, and was friendly with Irer.
Witness had 'heard rumors of Bur
ridge's attentions to her, when he 'was
at: 'Albany. Witness questioned the
girl, who confessed that there had'
Ibeen misconduct.
In tho witness-box a young1 girl of IS
said she' knew froth' respondent and pe-.
titioner. ' . ?'?''?
Quietly and -with bowed ihead she
lived ah' Albany, -where' 'she toad- gone
out driving with a Nurse ai'Bride, in
respondent's car. Other -women Tised
years of .age at' that $me.
One night ;he.'took her for a run out
to the golf links. He -produced some
?wine, and induced witness to drink a
and although she knew what was hap
ridge's- advances. For the next six
iBumdge frightening lier. into doing as
too wished iby threats of letting her
parents 'know w-hat sort of a girl she
really, was.' When .-Mrs. Burridg©
asked her about it all she ibroke down
and confessed that the rumors con
cerning ?herself and respondent were
true; . -. '
'I tihought it was only right to Mrs.
Burridge to tell the truth,' the young
?witness said' with emotion.
, His Honor: And you are still. friends
with tho petitioner?
. His Honor: It's a strange story .s
'have the custody of tho children, and
?costs against teh respondent.
A STRANGE STORY
TOLD BY YOUNG GIRL
IN THE DIVORCE COURT
"DOPING'" ALLEGED AGAINST
RESPONDENT.
before -Mr. Justice Northmore, Violet
ily Burridge petitioned for divorce
from her husband, John Melver Bur-
grounds of misconduct. Mr. R. S.
Haynes, K.C., appeared for the peti-
tioner, while respondent made no ap-
pearance.
The petitioner's story was that she
car driver, and they lived at Perth
They were very happy together lor
began drinking heavily. His conduct
becamo very bad, and witness began to
hear reports and rumors of his asso-
came to Perth for a while, but return-
ed in consequence of further disturb-
drink heavily, and in July, 1917, wit-
to Perth, where she stayed, with her
parents.
work on his father's farm, at Broome-
hill. Early in the present year wit-
ness went with her sister to Broome-
hill to see him, in consequence of fur-
there was any truth in them. He treat-
had a friend named Miss Olman, whom
he took to dances. He denied mis-
conduct, but said he would stick to
Olman. Witness threatened to move
respondent then agreed to send her
At Albany witness had known a
young girl, and was friendly with her.
Witness had heard rumors of Bur-
ridge's attentions to her, when he was
at Albany. Witness questioned the
girl, who confessed that there had
been misconduct.
In the witness-box a young girl of 18
said she knew both respondent and pe-.
titioner.
Quietly and with bowed ihead she
lived at Albany, where she had gone
out driving with a Nurse M'Bride, in
respondent's car. Other women used
years of age at that time.
One night he took her for a run out
to the golf links. He produced some
wine, and induced witness to drink a
and although she knew what was hap-
ridge's advances. For the next six
Bumdge frightening her into doing as
he wished by threats of letting her
parents know what sort of a girl she
really, was. When Mrs. Burridge
asked her about it all she broke down
and confessed that the rumors con-
cerning herself and respondent were
true.
"I thought it was only right to Mrs.
Burridge to tell the truth," the young
witness said with emotion.
His Honor: And you are still friends
with the petitioner?
His Honor: It's a strange story.
have the custody of the children, and
costs against the respondent.
FOUND Mrs. Burridge Waited Sixteen Years THEN LOOKED IN DIRECTORY (Article), Truth (Perth, WA : 1903 - 1931), Sunday 6 October 1929 [Issue No.1360] page 27 2020-02-29 16:44 r«r«- . ~
FOUND
Burridge, who appeared beforehim
not having seen bim .for sixteen
year they came to Australia. Burrtdge
Mrs. Burridpre sot her decree on
tiie petitioner.

FOUND
Burridge, who appeared before him
not having seen him for sixteen
year they came to Australia. Burridge
Mrs. Burridge got her decree on
the petitioner.
PROFITEER J. COOK'S THREAT (To the Editor.) (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Thursday 4 December 1919 [Issue No.2163] page 8 2020-02-06 10:24 K. E; R03S0N.
K. E. R0BS0N.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 1 June 1907 [Issue No.16,293] page 18 2020-01-24 00:20 ANDERSON-'nio Friciitis of air. ALKXANDK't,
tit dW»w'f,?S
of intemicnL in the CampbcU field &iuM
22 viXri'Li/1 w/i Mou!,- ML1Ice;7
road. Jloonco 1'ouds. Tolti'lioaa WO
ANDERSON-The Friends of Mr. AEXANDER
ANDERSON are respectfully invited to follow
the remains of his dearly beloved wife to the place
of interment, in the Campbellfield Cemetery. The
funeral will leave his residence, at Broadmeadows, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 2 o'clock p.m. ALFRED ALLISON, Undertaker. Head office: 221 Victoria-street, West Melbourne; Mt. Alexander-road, Moonee Ponds. Telephone 980.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 20 July 1907 [Issue No.1,980] page 12 2020-01-24 00:03 DEATHS. |
ANDERSON.— On 13th July, at his residence I
Broadm endows, Alexander Anderson, aged 55 j
years. A colonist of 55 years. I
BIRTHS ANDERSON.-On 1st July, at "Rob Roy," Johnson street, Ballarat, the wife of David Anderson-a daughter.
DEATHS.
ANDERSON.— On 13th July, at his residence
Broadmeadows, Alexander Anderson, aged 85
years. A colonist of 55 years.

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