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2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,378,857
5 Rhonda.M 3,198,772
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8857 John4636 1,470
8858 maxe 1,470
8859 PeterJ 1,470
8860 PMTO 1,470
8861 Susanarlove 1,470
8862 dlrobinson 1,469

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October 2019 84
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April 2015 127
June 2014 49
April 2014 3
March 2014 5
February 2014 65
January 2014 50
December 2013 62
October 2013 15
September 2013 63
March 2012 401

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,855,115
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,378,836
5 Rhonda.M 3,198,759
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8846 SubEuclid 1,471
8847 John4636 1,470
8848 maxe 1,470
8849 PMTO 1,470
8850 Susanarlove 1,470
8851 dlrobinson 1,469

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October 2019 84
September 2019 31
July 2019 2
June 2019 21
May 2019 45
March 2019 124
August 2018 35
July 2018 157
April 2018 48
January 2018 47
April 2017 23
April 2016 13
April 2015 127
June 2014 49
April 2014 3
March 2014 5
February 2014 65
January 2014 50
December 2013 62
October 2013 15
September 2013 63
March 2012 401

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INVERMAY SPORTS. A SUCOESSFUL GATHERING. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Tuesday 29 January 1907 [Issue No.15824] page 1 2019-10-31 23:47 estimated that a profit of 3O will be
Orphan Asylum Band, under Mr A
- li . Cross, F. Bosemeres,' ■ O.
Caldwell, R. Caldwell, W. ’ Scott,;. J..
Eaton, T..Orago, E. Mndge, H. Bryans.
Results were as follows: >- ; ;
MAIDEN PLATE. : : ,
First heat—W". Hicks, 1; A._ Hicks, 2.
Socnnd heat—iAmderson, 1; Burkin,,2 j
Third heat—Ommons, 1; Cochrane; 2.
. " " Final. :" i:: " i
W. Hicks .;. i,
‘Anderson ■... ... ... k.;..; '2'"’"
■ 1 (krnimons ..." ... .kk.i .
Boy’s Race," 'under 14—Eddy); lf ; , Gold
smith, 2. - . - . . ;
DISTRICT HANDICAP, r.
First heat—G. Harris, 4 yds, ,l; A: G.
Draper, 9 yds, 2: W, Davis,. ; i2"yds, 3.’ .
Second hast—F. Goldstone) 9 yds,, 1;,
G. Pearce, 12 yds 2. - ”
. Final.
; G. Harris, 4 yds 1- -
A. G. Draper, 9 yds 2
Y. Goldstone, 9 yds ..." ,3
. . SHEFFIELD HANDICAP.. .
"First heat— H. Bambrick,". 15 yds,)!;
R Morrell, 15 yds, 2 "‘ ”
F. HI Parkinson, 11 yds' and NV Suther
land. 15 yds, also started. ■
•; Second-heat—E. A. Anjard, 15 yds, "*;
R. Cornish, 16-yds,'- 2; C. Towns«id,' t 0;
yds, 3. Also-started —H. Norton, ">5.
yds- - 5." " . •' •" .'i <
Third ihiritt-W. Hickey, 16 ~y\ls.. G-"
Harrjs,l2l .yds, F. Smith, 13 -all a
i ... - . .f"
'. Fourth -heat—J. Anderson, 15 yds; 1-,
J: H; Odgere,' 13 yds, 2. 1 ' '' ’
Fil.wt semi-final—W. - Bumbrick,' 15 yds,
1;, R. . Morrell; 15 yds, 2. ■
1; ,W. ,Hickt-y, 16 yds, 2.
Final. ,
H. Bambriak, 15 yds, 1
R. Morrell, 15 yds ..: ... ... S
• CONTEST.
estimated that a profit of 3O pounds will be
o'clock, and the last at about 7 p.m. The
Orphan Asylum Band, under Mr
G Cross, F. Besemeres, C
Caldwell, R. Caldwell, W. Scott, J.
Eaton, T. Crago, E. Mudge, H. Bryans.
Results were as follows:
MAIDEN PLATE. :
First heat—W. Hicks, 1; A. Hicks, 2.
Second heat—Anderson, 1; Burkin, 2
Third heat—Commons, 1; Cochrane; 2.
Final.
W. Hicks ..........................1.
Anderson .........................2
Commons.........................3
Boy’s Race, under 14—Eddy, 1: Gold
DISTRICT HANDICAP.
First heat—G. Harris, 4 yds, 1: A G.
Draper, 9 yds, 2: W Davis, 12yds, 3.
Second heat—F. Goldstone 9 yds, 1;
G. Pearce, 12 yds 2.
Final.
G. Harris, 4 yds....................... 1
A. G. Draper, 9 yds................... 2
F Goldstone, 9 yds ..................3
SHEFFIELD HANDICAP.
First heat— H. Bambrick,15 yds, 1;
R Morrell, 15 yds, 2.
15 yds, also started.
Second-heat—E. A. Aujard, 15 yds, 1:
R. Cornish, 16-yds, 2; C. Townsend, 10
yds, 3. Also started —H. Norton, 15.
yds.
Third heat-W. Hickey, 16 yds. G
Harris,l2 1/2 yds, F. Smith, 13 -all a
dead heat.
Fourth -heat—J. Anderson, 15 yds; 1
J H Odgers, 13 yds, 2.
First semi-final—W. Bambrick,15 yds,
1; R. . Morrell; 15 yds, 2.
1; W. Hickey, 16 yds, 2.
Final.
H. Bambrick, 15 yds, ..................1
R. Morrell, 15 yds ........................2
CONTEST.
SPORTING NEWS. WALLACE SPORTS. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Monday 28 January 1907 [Issue No.15824] page 1 2019-10-31 23:23 JNVEK-M=AT6POB,TS.
•Invermay iu aid of the local charities
INVERMAY SPORTS.
Invermay in aid of the local charities
INVERMAY SPORTS. A SUCOESSFUL GATHERING. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Tuesday 29 January 1907 [Issue No.15824] page 1 2019-10-23 08:46 Crick severed his in the quick time 'of
5 1-5 sgc. A Vickery, who came second,
in -56 1-5 secs, had the misfortune to
lnvermay Handicap. A horse named!
the occasion. The owner, however,, sent
vety bad one, and throughout the journey
home the .riders of the respective horses
began grabbing at each other. • The
over the face and.head several times with
The crowd wished to see the event raced)
over again, but the committee declined!
allow Hcteel to weigh i!n, and awarded!
treasurer, Mr Geou Davies jun; handi
capper for foot events, Mr F. F. Tayloi!;
Geo. Dovitt; judges, Messrs. G.- Wood
and H. Bryans; official weigher,'Mr H.
W: Aisbett, A. Smith, W. Davies; J.';El
Crick severed his in the quick time of
5 1-5 sec. A Vickery, who came second,
in 56 1-5 secs, had the misfortune to
lnvermay Handicap. A horse named
the occasion. The owner, however, sent
very bad one, and throughout the journey
home the riders of the respective horses
began grabbing at each other. The
over the face and head several times with
The crowd wished to see the event raced
over again, but the committee declined
allow Hazel to weigh i!n, and awarded
treasurer, Mr Geo. Davies jun; handi
capper for foot events, Mr F. F. Taylor
Geo. Lovitt; judges, Messrs. G.- Wood
and H. Bryans; official weigher, Mr H.
W Aisbett, A. Smith, W. Davies; J. Eltringham
INVERMAY SPORTS. A SUCOESSFUL GATHERING. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Tuesday 29 January 1907 [Issue No.15824] page 1 2019-10-23 08:33 Tho logs were 13 inchesthick) and; C.
Crick severed h’s in the quick time 'of
The logs were 13 inches thick and C.
Crick severed his in the quick time 'of
INVERMAY SPORTS. A SUCOESSFUL GATHERING. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Tuesday 29 January 1907 [Issue No.15824] page 1 2019-10-23 08:25 A SUCOESSFUL GATHERING.
The "Invermay charity carnival, and
were held yesterday, and werie largely
dents of Ballarat. Thrf gathering; which
is the second that-has been held, took
plac e on the lnvermay Oyai, and.it is
estimated that a profit of JE3O will bo
cycling, and- liorse racing events was pre
sented, the first item being run. off at 11
o'clock, and the last a tabont 7 p.m. The
Orphan Asylum Band, under .Mr A:
Front, was on the ground all day, and
rendered a number of. choice selections.
gramme wat the wood chopping contest,
there being'about a dozen
Tho logs were 18 inchesthick) and; C.
A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING.
The Invermay charity carnival, and
were held yesterday, and were largely
dents of Ballarat. The gathering, which
is the second that has been held, took
place on the lnvermay Oval, and it is
estimated that a profit of 3O will be
cycling, and horse racing events was pre
sented, the first item being run off at 11
o'clock, and the last a tabout 7 p.m. The
Prout, was on the ground all day, and
rendered a number of choice selections.
gramme was the wood chopping contest,
there being about a dozen competitors
Tho logs were 13 inchesthick) and; C.
BLYTHEWOOD GRANGE. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Thursday 20 March 1879 [Issue No.68] page 3 2019-09-24 21:09 Hailing from Glasgow, be takes thence the name for
mands a wide view, and with the ample means at the.
shaft works, and occupies one of the higher levels in,
a thirty-acre paddock, in which is a resorvoir of
water, well stooked with perch, and visited in season
of shingle, and gaunt, stark, deserted-mine timber
the distance swell wooded uplands, cresting many
laid out and planted, Blytbewood Grange will, we
venture to foretell, be one of the pleasantest home
solid two-storied-building in bluestone with brick
the edifice being domestic Italian. The entrance-hall •
room is 28 feet-x 16 feet, with a spacious bay:
gratesa and enamelled slate mantelpieces, all the rooms
finds him stone, bricks, and cement, it may be. esti
ing’,' W Radley; plumbing and slating, A. Cant; paint
Hailing from Glasgow, he takes thence the name for
mands a wide view, and with the ample means at the
shaft works, and occupies one of the higher levels in
a thirty-acre paddock, in which is a reservoir of
water, well stocked with perch, and visited in season
of shingle, and gaunt, stark, deserted-mine timber-
the distance swell wooded uplands, cresting many-
laid out and planted, Blythewood Grange will, we
venture to foretell, be one of the pleasantest home-
solid two-storied-building in bluestone, with brick
the edifice being domestic Italian. The entrance-hall
room is 28 feet x 16 feet, with a spacious bay
grates and enamelled slate mantelpieces, all the rooms
ing, W Radley; plumbing and slating, A. Cant; paint
INVERMAY. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 24 June 1911 [Issue No.17180] page 1 2019-09-17 21:49 ing of parents of the cnildren and
, in- the festivities- were Or Davies (pre
' sident of Bungaree Shire), & Bdbby,
; and Cr A. Smith (president of /the
entertained ait an excellent I repast* pro
vided by the parenta,- and the visitors
■were the. guests of the school commit-'
toe. An enjoyable, programme -of
the children,' under the direction of
tte Minor. The'Coronation medals
I were presented to the scholars by Cr
dress bn the. significance oi corona
Fairlie, also epoke with regard , to the
; national aspect of the ceremony. Ad
ing of parents of the children and
in the festivities were Cr Davies (pre
' sident of Bungaree Shire), Cr Bibby,
and Cr A. Smith (president of the
entertained at an excellent repast pro
vided by the parents and the visitors
were the guests of the school commit-
toe. An enjoyable, programme of
the children, under the direction of
Miss Miller. The Coronation medals
were presented to the scholars by Cr
dress on the significance of corona
Fairlie, also spoke with regard to the
national aspect of the ceremony. Ad

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