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1 JohnWarren 6,115,175
2 noelwoodhouse 4,032,790
3 DonnaTelfer 3,557,664
4 Rhonda.M 3,533,635
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
2333 GrahamMcC 13,820
2334 Thornett 13,816
2335 KathyH 13,811
2336 AnneWilmshurst 13,807
2337 ianthom 13,797
2338 chris-stewart 13,792

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April 2020 2,242
March 2020 657
February 2020 760
January 2020 983
November 2019 2
October 2019 573
September 2019 149
August 2019 1,851
May 2019 5
April 2019 30
May 2018 23
November 2017 156
July 2017 18
June 2017 160
May 2017 58
April 2017 26
February 2017 32
January 2017 109
December 2016 155
November 2016 601
August 2016 22
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December 2013 6
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October 2012 13
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June 2012 1
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February 2012 19
January 2012 329
December 2011 1
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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,114,973
2 noelwoodhouse 4,032,790
3 DonnaTelfer 3,557,638
4 Rhonda.M 3,533,622
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
2333 coxford 13,781
2334 bettyann 13,776
2335 susant 13,774
2336 AnneWilmshurst 13,772
2337 Atwork17 13,772
2338 Gemmi3 13,755

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May 2020 1,158
April 2020 2,239
March 2020 648
February 2020 759
January 2020 983
November 2019 2
October 2019 573
September 2019 149
August 2019 1,851
May 2019 5
April 2019 30
May 2018 23
November 2017 156
July 2017 18
June 2017 160
May 2017 58
April 2017 26
February 2017 32
January 2017 109
December 2016 155
November 2016 601
July 2016 81
May 2016 152
April 2016 120
March 2016 130
February 2016 743
January 2016 196
December 2015 117
October 2015 88
September 2015 149
May 2015 115
January 2015 1
September 2014 21
June 2014 22
May 2014 275
April 2014 141
December 2013 6
November 2013 249
September 2013 17
August 2013 27
October 2012 13
August 2012 23
June 2012 1
March 2012 2
February 2012 19
January 2012 329
December 2011 1
November 2011 986
September 2011 13

Hall o' fame ranking

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1 jaybee67 403,668
2 GeoffMMutton 233,851
3 PhilThomas 145,457
4 mickbrook 115,362
5 DavoChiss 112,266
...
934 SadieScrawls 36
935 sdgard 36
936 spikyhat 36
937 AnneWilmshurst 35
938 aus.bailey 35
939 Borough2007 35

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April 2020 3
March 2020 9
February 2020 1
August 2016 22


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SYDNEY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM, (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 10 June 1885 [Issue No.14,729] page 6 2020-05-23 20:32 The report of the medical offlier (Dr. W. E. Warren)
The report of the medical officer (Dr. W. E. Warren)
SYDNEY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM, (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 10 June 1885 [Issue No.14,729] page 6 2020-05-23 20:31 greaves, George Renwick, sen , I J Josephson (hon. secre-
greaves, George Renwick, sen , I. J. Josephson (hon. secre-
SYDNEY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM, (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 10 June 1885 [Issue No.14,729] page 6 2020-05-23 20:30 lent Asylum Board was held yesterday afternoon. Thsm
were present-The President (Dr. A Renwick) Mem?
John 8taraey, William Pratt. Joseph Graham Frank
Semor, J P., E. T Penfold, N J Mackenzie H ¿T
greaves, George Renwiok, «en , I. J Jo»eph»on (hon secre-
tary), and E. Maxted (manager). Ihe minute» of several
formal meetings were re»d and confirmtd.
The report of the medical offlier (Dr W. E Warrena
showed thal 23 women had been safely brought over their
accouJitmentsduring the month of May, 20 of whom we«
unmarried. Their nationalities had been -li (roni New
_outh Wale», two Victorians, five hnglish, two Irish ona
Scoti h, ona bwite-erlaod, one 1 ndia T w enty three children
had been born in the institution during the mouth
14 females and 9 male» lour death» had occurred
all females, two died from mnrasmua and two
from congenital disorder, the respective age» having
bein three weeks, six weeks, four months, and seven
month». The prinnpal diseases had been niarasmm
congenital sypbilis, hip disease, spinul disease'
ulcération», nbBcesses, diarrhao, bronchitis, whoopi
ing-cough, scabies, rheumatio fever, ¿c. A return
was «ubm ttfd showing the actual Btate of allalis
during the month, as lollovvs - Remaining m asylum
3uih April, women, 79, children, 106, total, isa'
Admitted during month, women, 19 , children, 27 , total
46 birth», ¿3 Discharged with permission women, 19'
children, oO. B. O Officer, children, 14 Died children'
Kngland end 10 Kunian Catholic Of the children
11 were Church of F ngland and 16 Woman
Catholic The classification of the inmates SB a whola
waa -Women, 43 Church of Fnplund 36 Poman Catho,
lie, children, 06 Church of hngland, 62 Kowan Catholic.
Ihe iibrarv return showed that 84 volumes had teen issued.
The outdoor relief report showed that the number of cain
averaged weekly ¿85, being 14 moro than during April 75
case» had btcn visited and specially reported upon ¡supplies
had cost £143 12s 2d , and allotments mude for tea
£109 19s The expenses for the past month were there-
fore, £J03 Ids. 3d. less than during April 1 here bud Dieu
also ODly tour distributions of relief, as againat five m the
preceding four week»

Tbe Manager submitted and read the following report
bearing in detail upon the working of the institution -
' Gentlemen,- For your information I have ihe honour to
report that at the end of tbe past month, in the presence o!
the matron, I interrogated the inmate« of your institution,
with the object of ascertaining tbo number of persons who
wera eligible for discbarge, »nd also whether there were
any women in the asylum who had neglected either to laka
proceed! gs against the faihers ot their children for
maintenance or were unwilling to do BO I found that of
the 78 women then m the institution 21 were awaiting
coufiucmeut, 10 woie confined to their beds through illness,
consequent upon child-birth, and IS were o nvalencent.
There were also 10 women of weak mtellectawaiim* removal
hy the Colonial secretary to aouie other establishment, ani
19 women were psmuticd to remain in the house, for tha
purpose of nursing their sick infants, and to await tue result
ot certain actions pinding for atliiiition and desertion.
through sickness. With regard to the children in the in-
stitution I beg to inform the board that the whole of those
lheoidinary bu-nneea, after incidental discussion, then
closed. _ ____________________
lent Asylum Board was held yesterday afternoon. There
were present—The President (Dr. A. Renwick) Messrs.
John Starkey, William Pratt. Joseph Graham, Frank
Senior, J. P., E. T. Penfold, N. J. Mackenzie, H. Har-
greaves, George Renwick, sen , I J Josephson (hon. secre-
tary), and E. Maxted (manager). The minutes of several
formal meetings were read and confirmed.
The report of the medical offlier (Dr. W. E. Warren)
showed that 23 women had been safely brought over their
accouchements during the month of May, 20 of whom were
unmarried. Their nationalities had been:—11 from New
South Wales, two Victorians, five English, two Irish, one
Scotch, one Switzerland, one India. Twenty three children
had been born in the institution during the month—
14 females and 9 male. Four deaths had occurred,
all females; two died from marasmus and two
from congenital disorder, the respective ages having
been three weeks, six weeks, four months, and seven
months. The principal diseases had been marasmus,
congenital syphilis, hip disease, spinal disease,
ulcerations, abscesses, diarrhœa, bronchitis, whoop-
ing-cough, scabies, rheumatic fever, &c. A return
was submitted showing the actual state of affairs
during the month, as follows:—Remaining in asylum,
30th April, women, 79; children, 106; total, 185.
Admitted during month, women, 19; children, 27; total,
46. Births 23. Discharged with permission women, 19;
children, 30. B. O. Officer, children, 14. Died, children,
England and 10 Roman Catholic. Of the children,
11 were Church of England and 16 Roman
Catholic. The classification of the inmates as a whole
was:—Women, 43 Church of England, 36 Roman Catho-
lic; children, 56 Church of England, 52 Roman Catholic.
The library return showed that 84 volumes had been issued.
The outdoor relief report showed that the number of cases
averaged weekly 385, being 14 more than during April. 75
cases had been visited and specially reported upon. Supplies
had cost £143 12s. 2d., and allotments made for ren
£159 19s. The expenses for the past month were, there-
fore, £303 13s. 3d. less than during April. There had been
also only four distributions of relief, as against five in the
preceding four weeks.

The Manager submitted and read the following report,
bearing in detail upon the working of the institution:—
"Gentlemen,— For your information I have the honour to
report that at the end of the past month, in the presence of
the matron, I interrogated the inmates of your institution,
with the object of ascertaining the number of persons who
were eligible for discharge, and also whether there were
any women in the asylum who had neglected either to take
proceedings against the fathers of their children for
maintenance or were unwilling to do so. I found that of
the 78 women then in the institution 21 were awaiting
confinement, 10 were confined to their beds through illness,
consequent upon child-birth, and 18 were convalescent.
There were also 10 women of weak intellect awaiting removal
by the Colonial secretary to some other establishment; and
19 women were permitted to remain in the house, for the
purpose of nursing their sick infants, and to await the result
of certain actions pending for affiliation and desertion.
their children. It may be stated, further, that no fewer
respectable families. Apart from their disqualifications in
management of your asylum. The board may also be
been confined or are mothers expectant. This number in-
in the asylum for the third time. The fathers
through sickness. With regard to the children in the in-
stitution, I beg to inform the board that the whole of those
The ordinary business, after incidental discussion, then
closed.
PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. Annual Meeting of the Society. (Article), The Australian Star (Sydney, NSW : 1887 - 1909), Friday 1 July 1892 [Issue No.1430] page 3 2020-05-19 20:48 had beeu rendered by Dr. H. H. Marshall,
had been rendered by Dr. H. H. Marshall,
PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. Annual Meeting of the Society. (Article), The Australian Star (Sydney, NSW : 1887 - 1909), Friday 1 July 1892 [Issue No.1430] page 3 2020-05-19 20:47 Annual Meeting of tbe Society.
Annual Meeting of the Society.
Mr. G. E. Ardill. Apologies for non-
when they could be dealt with. If
CHARITY REORGANISATION. THE REFORM SCHEME. DUAL LOCAL BODIES. OVERLAPPING DOOMED. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 15 November 1898 [Issue No.18,930] page 5 2020-05-19 20:12 relieved by different chanties at the same time with-
relieved by different charities at the same time with-
CHARITY REORGANISATION. THE REFORM SCHEME. DUAL LOCAL BODIES. OVERLAPPING DOOMED. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 15 November 1898 [Issue No.18,930] page 5 2020-05-19 20:11 tue of his position as president of the association,
tue of his position as president of the association.
CHARITY REORGANISATION. THE REFORM SCHEME. DUAL LOCAL BODIES. OVERLAPPING DOOMED. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 15 November 1898 [Issue No.18,930] page 5 2020-05-18 21:51 Moran, theo Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, the Ven. Arch-
Moran, the Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, the Ven. Arch-
CHARITY REORGANISATION. THE REFORM SCHEME. DUAL LOCAL BODIES. OVERLAPPING DOOMED. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 15 November 1898 [Issue No.18,930] page 5 2020-05-18 21:50 time in connection with the charties of the metro-
time in connection with the charities of the metro-
CHARITY REORGANISATION. THE REFORM SCHEME. DUAL LOCAL BODIES. OVERLAPPING DOOMED. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 15 November 1898 [Issue No.18,930] page 5 2020-05-18 21:49 of almost everything. Well, e was afraid a
of almost everything. Well, he was afraid a

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