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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,856,376
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,379,356
5 Rhonda.M 3,201,991
...
1071 Alass 38,466
1072 aDGQ-experience 38,410
1073 jennywalters 38,339
1074 Lorax 38,197
1075 herlingo 38,178
1076 LindaPatterson 38,139

38,197 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 16
November 2019 697
October 2019 1,057
September 2019 2,370
August 2019 4,165
July 2019 1,017
June 2019 1,200
May 2019 858
April 2019 594
March 2019 3,082
February 2019 11
December 2018 1,849
November 2018 3,070
October 2018 2,616
September 2018 158
August 2018 2,289
July 2018 4,374
June 2018 7,393
May 2018 1,381

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,856,174
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,379,335
5 Rhonda.M 3,201,978
...
1070 aDGQ-experience 38,384
1071 jennywalters 38,339
1072 nyteowl 38,222
1073 Lorax 38,197
1074 herlingo 38,168
1075 LindaPatterson 38,139

38,197 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 16
November 2019 697
October 2019 1,057
September 2019 2,370
August 2019 4,165
July 2019 1,017
June 2019 1,200
May 2019 858
April 2019 594
March 2019 3,082
February 2019 11
December 2018 1,849
November 2018 3,070
October 2018 2,616
September 2018 158
August 2018 2,289
July 2018 4,374
June 2018 7,393
May 2018 1,381

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Auxiliary At McKinnon (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 4 June 1936 [Issue No.18,425] page 31 2019-12-01 16:00 Auxiliary At McKinnon 1
AIRS FRANK BEAVIS presided at la
fourth annual meeting ol tV
McKinnon branch of the Prince Hemt'i
the McKinnon Hall this attcmoon.
The following office-bearers were r&
elected: President, Mrs Birch; sccreta.7,
Mrs Thompson; treasurer, Mrs Fcntoiv
Auxiliary At McKinnon
MRS FRANK BEAVIS presided at the
fourth annual meeting of the
McKinnon branch of the Prince Henry's
the McKinnon Hall this afternoon.
The following office-bearers were re
elected: President, Mrs Birch; sccretary,
Mrs Thompson; treasurer, Mrs Fenton.
Legacy Ball Meeting (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 4 June 1936 [Issue No.18,425] page 31 2019-12-01 15:59 Legacy Ball |
Meeting ' j
Committee was held at the Melbourne i
Town Hall this morning. >
Tlic president (Mrs E. Drake Brock- 1
man), who was in the chair, expressed
had been of inestimable value in enabl
ing the extension of the educational and
Legacy Ball
Meeting
Committee was held at the Melbourne
Town Hall this morning.
Tlic president (Mrs E. Drake Brockman),
who was in the chair, expressed
had been of inestimable value in enabling
the extension of the educational and
Labour wins Keppel seat (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 12 May 1947 [Issue No.31,417] page 1 2019-11-29 12:21 ¡.Labour wins Keppel seat
feSANE' Sun: Counting of 585
i?C\^0tcs -today clinched a
mZ,Tct,ory U1 KePPel for the
Ä OPÄ"' Mr Ingram, over Mr
Ie». QPP-CP candidate.
Labour wins Keppel seat
BRISBANE, Sun: Counting of 585
absentee votes today clinched a
Labour victory in Keppel for the
sitting member, Mr Ingram, over Mr
Field, QPP-CP candidate.
Story Behind the Portrait of a General Members of the Original 24th Battalion Propose To Honour Stanley Savige, Founder of Legacy By a Special Correspondent (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 10 May 1947 [Issue No.31,416] page 6 2019-11-29 12:13 The portrait which they pro-
pose to acquire for the purpose
is one painted by Mr E. Buck
master for the Archibald Prize
The portrait which they propose
to acquire for the purpose
is one painted by Mr E. Buckmaster
for the Archibald Prize
SOFT FRUITS AT ROCHESTER Absencfe of Black Spot (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 16 November 1935 [Issue No.27,845] page 26 2019-11-29 12:09 Absencfe of Black Spot
ROs'HESTER, Filday.-The setting of
growers sprayed to pi event blaek spot In
pears In consequenee, the fruit, gener-
ally, ii nlc-an. and almost free from the
Absence of Black Spot
ROCHESTER, Friday.-The setting of
growers sprayed to prevent black spot in
pears. In consequence, the fruit, generally,
is clean, and almost free from the
DAIRY-FARMING IN ENGLAND Success of Milk Board (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 16 November 1935 [Issue No.27,845] page 26 2019-11-29 12:08 torian dairy farméis were offered yester
_ day morning by Mr. B. Waterworth, who
Mr. Waterworth, who was formerly a dalry
farmer In the Goulburn Valley, said that
the Muk Board, which was organised In
cessful that dalry farmeis weie now as
? sured of satisfactory sales li their fat ins
sumed by lnci eased manufacture of
ihcese. The ttoaid, which was organised
rale of milk to co-operative societies and
to other factoilcs. The fanner íeceived
tile same price for his pioduce whether
for the cheese fnctoiies. and buyers were
Mr. Waterworth intends to run a dalry
herd in Gippsland. ,,
torian dairy farmers were offered yesterday
morning by Mr. B. Waterworth, who
Mr. Waterworth, who was formerly a dairy
farmer in the Goulburn Valley, said that
the Milk Board, which was organised in
cessful that dairy farmers were now assured
of satisfactory sales if their farms
sumed by increased manufacture of
cheese. The board, which was organised
sale of milk to co-operative societies and
to other factories. The farmer received
the same price for his produce whether
for the cheese factories. and buyers were
Mr. Waterworth intends to run a dairy
herd in Gippsland.
NEWS IN BRIEF Chrisimas Holidays for Drapers (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 16 November 1935 [Issue No.27,845] page 26 2019-11-29 12:06 Clirl-lnuis Holidays for Drapers
Delegates to Hie 2oth annual ntttUuj
Hie Victorian M îsU r Drniiers1 Af-Ä
at the Conuntrilal 'lra.cll.i_'A-M*_!I_
on Thursdnj decided that Clirlstmu _?.
Boxing Day and New .ears Day »a.
obsencd ashollclajs bj. tiledrnper. (l-l
Central Reference Library ,v
The University Extension Boards
the Workets' Educational AEsoclaüao
ro-opcratlng to establish a ceatral tie
euee library ut the afihoclBtion'. na
113 FUndeis street. It Is cxpecWtti
the library will be îcady when chuts j.
open next ycai. . >?
I'rc.ss Directory for 19.15 ??'
The issue for 1935 of the "Press fte
tory of Australia and New Zealand.' te
been received Iron» the piibUshMt'l.
Country Press Ltd, Sydney. Theáj.
tory contains details of nil daily, tjjj:
monthly, and quarterly newspaptnu
Journals, arranged geographically, sii
addition statistics and items il eus
Interest about, the Commonweal!, a
New Zealand. Hie States, and til! iç
l«l cities nro Included. The prlcelsll
Tour l'coplc Want to Adopt Babf
Four people have offered to _4opt Gt
baby boy, nged two weeks, who.uW
near the Riversdale road tram Un_l__,
Wattle Park, by a train conducta í
Thursday. The rhlld was plated bi-
enio of the muli on nt the Pra^lsl.
Babies' Home at Camberwell Tneo-ïz
of the home wishes to commuulcHiiî
nny peison who might tie nble (oe¡_-__
tho bnbv's identity.
Plnclngs by the einplojmont bawif
the Melbourne Legacy Club lot (Kite
constituted a record. The club Mp*
dons for 121 children. It Is dlsclotd.il
there are now only ion boys and Illa
on the rolls. The Legacy Club hu»
than 1,000 children under ita care,«.li
annual demonstration of the club)iii
ties will be held at the Melbow«]*!
Hall on Wednesday, November 20;W'l

Ings for the demonstrations may ksi j
Additions lo -rumiviiv Office. - 1
The amount of work done l/ufJai
oflicos of li« Mi lbom m und NMm
Ji animus B nul in BourkeütrHltol
tonic so great that c -.tensions havetKtt
nccess.ry A four story bulldl-ili-
te u of the oflHes which belo. i*. lo.
Victorian Pioducm Co operatlveCcU,
has been bought bj tin. board tobt.»
to It s offlees This building hos i IAS»
of 6bft to Little Collins street india
lo Oodficy street It will tomki
and 0-e.uplid at the end of the ti

riiolograiiliic I xhibitlon
An exhibition of photographie fag
b> Mr II Cn/ntnii\ of Sydnej.fin
will bo open to the public on Mondij«
in the building of Kodak tA/asWR
Ltd, Collins sticet, city, corapnwi
vniletv of subjicts Mr Caintauth<
toncentintod for the most part on ula
studies and among Hie exhibits tal'
somo beautiful land,rape scenes fon*
of Anna Pnvlovn, Yehudi MenuhluB
Dr. Julian Smith of Melbourne,tiTJ
Surgeon," show a complete masWM
the ait of photograph. Other »traf
elude the action uf molten steel «g
handled in a large modem MM»
plant _^^^
Christmas Holidays for Drapers
Delegates to the 26th annual meeting of
the Victorian Master Drapers' Association
at the Commercial Travellers' Association
on Thursday decided that Christmas Day,
Boxing Day and New Years Day still be
observed as holidays by the drapery trade.
Central Reference Library
The University Extension Board and
the Workers' Educational Association are
co-operating to establish a central reference
library at the association's
112 Flinders street. It Is expected that
the library will be ready when classes re
open next year.
Press Directory for 1935
The issue for 1935 of the "Press Directory
of Australia and New Zealand has
been received the publishers The
Country Press Ltd, Sydney. The directory
contains details of all daily, weekly,
monthly, and quarterly newspapers and
Journals, arranged geographically, and in
addition statistics and items of current
Interest about, the Commonwealth and
New Zealand, the States, and the capital
cities are Included. The price is 3/4.
Four people Want to Adopt Baby
Four people have offered to adopt the
baby boy, aged two weeks, who was found
near the Riversdale road tram terminal at
Wattle Park, by a train conductor on
Thursday. The child was placed in the
care of the matron at the Pro___
Babies' Home at Camberwell. The matron
of the home wishes to communicate with
any peison who might be able to confirm
the baby's identity.
Placings by the employment bureau of
the Melbourne Legacy Club for ___
constituted a record. The club found positions
for 121 children. It is disclosed that
there are now only 108 boys and 18 girls
on the rolls. The Legacy Club has more
than 1,000 children under its care, and the
annual demonstration of the club's activities
will be held at the Melbourne Town
Hall on Wednesday, November 20, bookings

for the demonstrations may made
Additions to Tramways' Offices
The amount of work done by the
offices of the Melbourne and Metropolitan
Tramways Board in Bourke Street has become
so great that extensions have been.
necessary. A four story building at the
rear of the offices, which belonged to the
Victorian Producers' Co operative C. Ltd
has been bought by the board to be added
to its offices. This building has a frontage
of 66ft to Little Collins street, and __
to Godfrey street. It will be remodelled
and occupied at the end of the year.

Photographic Exhibition
An exhibition of photographic studies
by Mr H Cazneaux, of Sydney, which
will be open to the public on Monday _
in the building of Kodak (A/asia) Pty
Ltd, Collins street, city, comprises a
variety of subjects. Mr Chazneaux has
concentrated for the most part on __
studies and among the exhibits there are
some beautiful landscape scenes. Photos
of Anna Pavlova, Yehudi Menuhla and
Dr. Julian Smith of Melbourne, as 'The
Surgeon,' show a complete mastery in
the art of photograph. Other works include
the action uf molten steel being
handled in a large modern industrial
plant.
VICE-REGAL (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 20 October 1945 [Issue No.30,933] page 2 2019-11-29 11:44 junior Legacy in the Melbourne
i
ing.
Junior Legacy in the Melbourne
SPOTLIGHT ON SOCIETY: WAAAF's New Technical Job—Nurses From the North — Derby Day (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 13 November 1943 [Issue No.4,950] page 18 2019-11-29 11:43 SPOTLIGHT ON SOCIETY: filttNOVKMJ
WAAAF's New Tecmrcal Job-Nurses From
SPOTLIGHT ON SOCIETY:
WAAAF's New Technical Job-Nurses From
BIG GIFTS OF FOOD BY R.C.S. (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 23 October 1947 [Issue No.21,973] page 19 2019-11-29 11:36 will be sent to Britain, Greece, and1
»iu auuiutor wux s>una souo cases
The Palamcotta. due to sail for
take a gift of £800 worth of medi
cal supplies to Greece from the
bourne Town Hall tomorrow- at
will be sent to Britain, Greece, and
The society will sent 4696 cases
The Palamcotta, due to sail for
take a gift of £800 worth of medical
supplies to Greece from the
bourne Town Hall tomorrow, at

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