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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,118,536
2 noelwoodhouse 4,033,757
3 DonnaTelfer 3,558,017
4 Rhonda.M 3,538,942
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
275 emily.d.ashcope 199,999
276 Peter.Murrell 199,999
277 billwalker 199,740
278 bettymay 198,161
279 ajquinn 197,693
280 Armadale5 196,137

198,161 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2020 3,361
April 2020 3,473
March 2020 712
February 2020 114
January 2020 733
December 2019 406
November 2019 693
October 2019 1,959
September 2019 2,156
August 2019 1,669
July 2019 2,639
June 2019 833
May 2019 897
April 2019 1,315
March 2019 930
February 2019 990
January 2019 1,441
December 2018 1,422
November 2018 1,797
October 2018 477
September 2018 521
August 2018 964
July 2018 1,253
June 2018 1,051
May 2018 881
April 2018 371
March 2018 994
February 2018 1,354
January 2018 807
December 2017 565
November 2017 1,319
October 2017 858
September 2017 340
August 2017 1,684
July 2017 409
June 2017 216
May 2017 137
April 2017 574
March 2017 669
February 2017 821
January 2017 852
December 2016 708
November 2016 1,252
October 2016 2,249
September 2016 2,690
August 2016 2,358
July 2016 1,518
June 2016 2,099
May 2016 775
April 2016 104
March 2016 1,149
February 2016 2,448
December 2015 384
November 2015 2,677
October 2015 1,098
September 2015 1,202
August 2015 631
July 2015 974
June 2015 3,238
May 2015 2,554
April 2015 2,343
March 2015 1,123
February 2015 1,014
January 2015 1,034
December 2014 578
November 2014 872
October 2014 1,107
September 2014 2,784
August 2014 4,832
July 2014 5,924
June 2014 4,383
May 2014 2,544
April 2014 2,523
March 2014 2,668
February 2014 2,815
January 2014 2,371
December 2013 1,061
November 2013 704
October 2013 2,275
September 2013 2,452
August 2013 1,512
July 2013 1,880
June 2013 1,294
May 2013 1,759
April 2013 1,277
March 2013 1,959
February 2013 2,311
January 2013 1,468
December 2012 789
November 2012 2,606
October 2012 5,568
September 2012 2,753
August 2012 1,124
July 2012 275
June 2012 136
May 2012 965
April 2012 920
March 2012 1,801
February 2012 2,094
January 2012 2,597
December 2011 2,120
November 2011 2,246
October 2011 3,371
September 2011 1,350
August 2011 1,191
July 2011 187
April 2011 364
March 2011 419
February 2011 278
December 2010 19
November 2010 31
October 2010 194
September 2010 323
August 2010 368
July 2010 1,287
June 2010 1,661
May 2010 1,092
April 2010 1,257
March 2010 1,297
February 2010 448
January 2010 1,294
December 2009 700
November 2009 1,526
October 2009 1,694
September 2009 2,906
August 2009 1,446
July 2009 392
May 2009 682
April 2009 520
March 2009 927
February 2009 2,142
January 2009 1,392
December 2008 1,907
November 2008 3,636
October 2008 2,234

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,118,334
2 noelwoodhouse 4,033,757
3 DonnaTelfer 3,557,991
4 Rhonda.M 3,538,929
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
273 eamon.key 199,987
274 billwalker 199,740
275 MartinWilliamsVic 198,188
276 bettymay 198,161
277 ajquinn 197,693
278 Armadale5 196,137

198,161 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2020 3,361
April 2020 3,473
March 2020 712
February 2020 114
January 2020 733
December 2019 406
November 2019 693
October 2019 1,959
September 2019 2,156
August 2019 1,669
July 2019 2,639
June 2019 833
May 2019 897
April 2019 1,315
March 2019 930
February 2019 990
January 2019 1,441
December 2018 1,422
November 2018 1,797
October 2018 477
September 2018 521
August 2018 964
July 2018 1,253
June 2018 1,051
May 2018 881
April 2018 371
March 2018 994
February 2018 1,354
January 2018 807
December 2017 565
November 2017 1,319
October 2017 858
September 2017 340
August 2017 1,684
July 2017 409
June 2017 216
May 2017 137
April 2017 574
March 2017 669
February 2017 821
January 2017 852
December 2016 708
November 2016 1,252
October 2016 2,249
September 2016 2,690
August 2016 2,358
July 2016 1,518
June 2016 2,099
May 2016 775
April 2016 104
March 2016 1,149
February 2016 2,448
December 2015 384
November 2015 2,677
October 2015 1,098
September 2015 1,202
August 2015 631
July 2015 974
June 2015 3,238
May 2015 2,554
April 2015 2,343
March 2015 1,123
February 2015 1,014
January 2015 1,034
December 2014 578
November 2014 872
October 2014 1,107
September 2014 2,784
August 2014 4,832
July 2014 5,924
June 2014 4,383
May 2014 2,544
April 2014 2,523
March 2014 2,668
February 2014 2,815
January 2014 2,371
December 2013 1,061
November 2013 704
October 2013 2,275
September 2013 2,452
August 2013 1,512
July 2013 1,880
June 2013 1,294
May 2013 1,759
April 2013 1,277
March 2013 1,959
February 2013 2,311
January 2013 1,468
December 2012 789
November 2012 2,606
October 2012 5,568
September 2012 2,753
August 2012 1,124
July 2012 275
June 2012 136
May 2012 965
April 2012 920
March 2012 1,801
February 2012 2,094
January 2012 2,597
December 2011 2,120
November 2011 2,246
October 2011 3,371
September 2011 1,350
August 2011 1,191
July 2011 187
April 2011 364
March 2011 419
February 2011 278
December 2010 19
November 2010 31
October 2010 194
September 2010 323
August 2010 368
July 2010 1,287
June 2010 1,661
May 2010 1,092
April 2010 1,257
March 2010 1,297
February 2010 448
January 2010 1,294
December 2009 700
November 2009 1,526
October 2009 1,694
September 2009 2,906
August 2009 1,446
July 2009 392
May 2009 682
April 2009 520
March 2009 927
February 2009 2,142
January 2009 1,392
December 2008 1,907
November 2008 3,636
October 2008 2,234

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THE QUARRY HILL STATE SCHOOL. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Thursday 26 April 1888 [Issue No.10,186] page 2 2020-05-26 14:09 public requirements are increasing year by
butcher, of Market Square, aud Mr. Jackman, |
Quarry Hill is a growing suburb and its
public requirements are increasing year by
from the reserve which is the playground,
the department has not used the locality well
Accident to Mr. D. O'Keefe. — A buggy
accident happened last evening to Mr. O'Keefe,
butcher, of Market Square, and Mr. Jackman,
Arrival of the Mail. - The Peninsular and
correspondent states that the following trans-
desirability of connecting Point Nepean with Mel
health.
SOCIAL EVENING. "QUEEN OF SPORT" ENTERTAINED. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 23 April 1917 [Issue No.19,247] page 5 2020-05-26 14:03 "QUEEN OF SPORT" ENTERTAINED. I
A .social evening was hcld. at Cording's
Cook). About 400 people attendd. Fro
gressifo euchre was. played. The winning
lady, it, was announced, would roceive ;i
prizo of one kiss from the supervisor, Mr.
Mr. Andrew had a, busy time. The gentle
nian's prize was a kiss from tile ''Queen."
divided the. stake?. At. 10.45 -a procession
which was Mr. Harry Jackman. who with
of .£100 to the "Queen of Sport's" funds.
a start was made, for tile, garago. where. on
arrival, thc chairman (.Mr. Sim Brown). on
In the cour.se of his remark- Mr. Brown
said, if wc hud two more "sports" like
the Jackman Brothers-.. the "Queen of
Sport" would have won lhandsomely. as no
gether was got. by the sweat and toil and
her noble band cf splendid supporters-. Mr.
L. Cook supported Mr. "Brown's remarks,
Mr. .Jackman for what he had done. He
specially wished to thank Mr. S. ]3rown, the
chairman of the committee; Mr. Geo. Kir.gs
lev, the secretary; Mr. and Mrs. Westaway:
Barney ('alter, who d over by
hi-: i>; -;i off i ■ :' ' ■■■• j',::■ ■
mIS3" MA" BUEGE,
"Quoen of Railvaye."
■ (Viucwu Kdiv. photo.)
. MISS WPTN.IB MAYBF.ERY,
"Queen of Br.glehawk."
(ViiicoiU Iv.-Hy.
Meagher. also tho Merry Muldoon Concert
party. Mr. Waslaway, Mr. Carter, aud
a few words, thanked thoso present for
their splendid reception. ■ aud said he had
never expected such gratitude for what ho
had contributed. He bad much pleasure in
slating he v.-as so pleased with the
"cjueenV splendid performance aud t.uc
.strenuous work she had undertaken during
the last. six "weeks, that he had decided to
allow her a two-week's holiday at hig own
This announcement -was greeted with
boon partaken of harmony was contributed
by various members of the. company present.
Concluded with tho singing of the National
Anthem. It i3 the intention of the com
committee during the campaign. j
A pleasing function was carried out. on
Saturday evening at the City Club Iloto,,
when n dinner was given to the "queen''
end trip to .Tiendigo specially to view the
coronation. Mr. Sweet man, on behalf oT,
those pro-ent. presented Miss Cool: with a
her supporters, and their nob'e efforts in the
Concert items brought- nn enjoyable even
ing to a close..
"QUEEN OF SPORT" ENTERTAINED.
A .social evening was held at Cording's
Cook). About 400 people attended. Pro
gressive euchre was. played. The winning
lady, it, was announced, would receive a
prize of one kiss from the supervisor, Mr.
Mr. Andrew had a busy time. The gentle
man's prize was a kiss from the ''Queen."
divided the stakes. At. 10.45 a procession
which was Mr. Harry Jackman, who with
of £100 to the "Queen of Sport's" funds.
a start was made, for the garage where. on
arrival, the chairman (Mr. Jim Brown), on
his fine contribution to the "'queen's" funds.
In the course of his remarks Mr. Brown
said, if we had two more "sports" like
the Jackman Brothers, the "Queen of
Sport" would have won handsomely, as no
gether was got by the sweat and toil and
her noble band of splendid supporters. Mr.
L. Cook supported Mr. Brown's remarks,
Mr. Jackman for what he had done. He
specially wished to thank Mr. S. Brown, the
chairman of the committee; Mr. Geo. Kings
ley, the secretary; Mr. and Mrs. Westaway:
Barney Carter, who raised over £100 by
his own effort
MISS MAY BURGE,
"Queen of Railways."
■ (Vincent Kelly. photo.)
MISS WINNIE MAYBERRY,
"Queen of Eaglehawk."
(Vincent Kelly photo.)
Meagher. also the Merry Muldoon Concert
party. Mr. Westaway, Mr. Carter, and
a few words, thanked those present for
their splendid reception, and said he had
never expected such gratitude for what he
had contributed. He had much pleasure in
stating he was so pleased with the
"queen's" splendid performance and the
strenuous work she had undertaken during
the last six weeks, that he had decided to
allow her a two-week's holiday at his own
This announcement was greeted with
been partaken of harmony was contributed
by various members of the company present.
concluded with the singing of the National
Anthem. It is the intention of the com
committee during the campaign.
A pleasing function was carried out on
Saturday evening at the City Club Hotel,
when a dinner was given to the "queen''
end trip to Bendigo specially to view the
coronation. Mr. Sweetman, on behalf of
those prseent, presented Miss Cook with a
tion. Mr. Sweetman stated they were all
her supporters, and their noble efforts in the
Concert items brought an enjoyable even
ing to a close.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 15 September 1917 [Issue No.19,372] page 8 2020-05-26 13:52 Sirth3, Marriages and Death*.
FLETCHER (nee Ella ScotO.—On 2nd Sep
tember. ;it Nurse AVain's Private . Hospital,
"Fernleigh," Clarenee-strcef, Eisternwick, to
ill', ami Mrs. Robert Flctehcr, of Pakenham'
Upper—a son (Robert. Beaumont).
WtiUiiCUUli.—Un Vtli Septembet, at- "Cam
bourne," Yiow-streer, iJcnaijfo, -to Air. and
H ALr:s. it. Yvoolcock—a son.
. DEATH.
VINTON".—On 27tli of August, John, the dear
ly loved husband. oi lJ. A. Vimim, nnri
much-loved tailier of Hilda, Mrs. J. Mill,
Ruby, Bert, Knid, and Hn-seli.
IX MEMORIAM.
BROWN.—In loving memory of onr dear sis
ter, Kmily, who departed this life at Lei
cliardt i'Jast, luili September, l?lo.
Our loved ones go, we knoi. not why,
And broken is each earmly lie.
—Inserted by her loving sislcr and brothcr-:n
l:iw, U. and A. Brown, Cumpbell's Foresi.
SK1)GM A iS*.-- I ii loving memory of iny beloved
man, who died 15th September, 1910.^
—Inserted by his loving wife and iamily.
our dear win and brother. Bugler Russell
Pearson, who died of illness at Lenmos
Island, lotli September. 1916. I
Asleep in Jesus, blessed ?:eep.
Prom which none ever wakes to weep.
MRS. HARRY COWLING and PA MILT
floral tribute^ in their recent sad liereavt-mcnr.
bereavemenl of her dear husband.
XfJL lender their sincere THANKS to k!1|
kind friends for visits, cards, letters, and trie-1
crams, and floral tribute:, and especially Thank j
Works Master Oakley, Nurse Hest. r. Mr. and I
Mi?* Simpson, for iheir great kindness during
Births, Marriages and Deaths.
FLETCHER (nee Ella Scott).—On 2nd Sep
tember, at Nurse Wain's Private Hospital,
"Fernleigh," Clarence-street, Eisternwick, to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fletcher, of Pakenham
Upper—a son (Robert Beaumont).
WOOLCOCK.—On 7th September, at- "Cam
bourne," View-street, Bendigo, to Mr. and
Mrs. H. Woolcock—a son.
DEATH.
VINTON.—On 27th of August, John, the dear
ly loved husband of H. A. Vinton, and
much-loved father of Hilda, Mrs. J. Mill,
Ruby, Bert, Enid, and Russell.
IN MEMORIAM.
BROWN.—In loving memory of our dear sis
ter, Emily, who departed this life at Lei
chardt East, 15th September, 1913.
Our loved ones go, we know not why,
And broken is each earthly tie.
—Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in
law, E. and A. Brown, Campbell's Forest.
SEDGMAN.-- In loving memory of my beloved
man, who died 15th September, 1910.
—Inserted by his loving wife and family.
our dear son and brother. Bugler Russell
Pearson, who died of illness at Lemnos
Island, 15th September. 1916.
Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep.
From which none ever wakes to weep.
MRS. HARRY COWLING and FAMILY
floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement.
kind friends for their letters, cards, visits,
Nurse Flight, Mrs. Hanlon. Mrs. Morrison,
Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Nurse Scott, Dr. Ffrost,
and Rev. Ham, in her sad and sudden
bereavement of her dear husband.
MRS. J. VINTON and FAMILY wish to
tender their sincere THANKS to all
kind friends for visits, cards, letters, and tele-
grams, and floral tributes, and especially Thank
Works Master Oakley, Nurse Hester. Mr. and
Mrs Simpson, for their great kindness during
MUNICIPAL POLICE COURT. Saturday, 17th September, 1859. (Before Mr. J. F. Sullivan, J.P.) (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 19 September 1859 [Issue No.1348] page 2 2020-05-26 13:43 drunk, and "misconducting himself.-Another in
Jackman, into which he had.crept as the first port
charged liim..
BUKACH OF MUNICIPAL BY-LAW.-Charles J.
Vaulohe was summoned by the Town Inspector
mined to cnfo'ce the penalty in every case where
a chimney took lire, as the very fact of its so doing
in this respect most rigorously, in .order to pre
The Couit adjourned until to-day at ten o'clock.
drunk, and misconducting himself.-Another in
Jackman, into which he had crept as the first port
charged him..
BREACH OF MUNICIPAL BY-LAW.-Charles J.
Vanlohe was summoned by the Town Inspector
mined to enforce the penalty in every case where
a chimney took fire, as the very fact of its so doing
in this respect most rigorously, in order to pre
The Court adjourned until to-day at ten o'clock.
THE LATEST GOSSIP In The News (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Tuesday 30 September 1924 [Issue No.14,780] page 12 2020-05-26 13:40 THE L A»T EST GOSSIP,
Captain and Mrs Duncan Huches,
Hotel, lelt for Adelaide yesterday.
at Morales'.
Mr and Mrs E. T. M. Garllck,. of
Geelong, returned to Melbourne by tho
Themistocles last week alter a visit
Mrs Konald Gordon and her sister.
Miss Graco Byron-Moore, are enjoy
Mr and Mrs W. Moftatt, of Berram-
staying at Morales'.
Dunn, of Cliveden Mansions, loft on
Mrs G. Grubb and Mlse R. Harper,
who camo to Melbourne for the in
Ritz," Enst Melbourne, hnvo returned
to Launccston.
town for a short visit, returns to het;
Mr and Mrs E. H. Cowpcr, of Syd
ney. arrived In Melbourne yesterday
and are staying at Morales'.
Mrs E. Qoller, who has been abroad
for somo time. Is expected to return
who camo to town for her daughter's
wedding, and lias since been at tho
Oriental, returned homo on Saturday.
staying nt Taho Cecil, St. ICIlda rond.
Mr nnd Mrs E. IV. Manifold are in
town staying at tho Oriental.
Mrs A. H. Burke, president of tho
Colllngwood Croouet Club, has Issued
invitations for the opening of tho
greens. on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Mrs A. V. Ilisklns, president of tho
Essendon Rod Cross Women's Hospi
tal Auxiliary, nnd committee nrc
holding a social evening In tho sup
per room. Town Hall, Moonoo Ponds,
on Octobor 2 at 8 p.m., tho occnslon
Mr Robert Chlsholm, ths Now Zea
land baritono, who has been starring
Melbourne next week by tho s.s.
dergo a course of vocnl training in
Milan. Mr Chlsholm will bo accom
THE LATEST GOSSIP
In The News
Captain and Mrs Duncan Hughes,
Hotel, left for Adelaide yesterday.
at Menzies.
Mr and Mrs E. T. M. Garllck, of
Geelong, returned to Melbourne by the
Themistocles last week after a visit
Mrs Ronald Gordon and her sister,
Miss Grace Byron-Moore, are enjoy
Mr and Mrs W. Moffatt, of Berram-
staying at Menzies.
Dunn, of Cliveden Mansions, left on
Mrs G. Grubb and Mlss R. Harper,
who came to Melbourne for the in
Ritz," East Melbourne, have returned
to Launceston.
town for a short visit, returns to her
Mr and Mrs E. H. Cowper, of Syd
ney, arrived In Melbourne yesterday
and are staying at Menzies.
Mrs E. Goller, who has been abroad
for some time. Is expected to return
who came to town for her daughter's
wedding, and has since been at the
Oriental, returned home on Saturday.
staying at Taha Cecil, St. Kilda road.
Mr and Mrs E. W. Manifold are in
town staying at the Oriental.
Mrs A. H. Burke, president of the
Colllngwood Croquet Club, has issued
invitations for the opening of the
greens on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Mrs A. V. Hisklns, president of the
Essendon Red Cross Women's Hospi
tal Auxiliary, and committee are
holding a social evening in the sup
per room. Town Hall, Moonee Ponds,
on Octobor 2 at 8 p.m., the occaslon
Mr Robert Chlsholm, the New Zea
land baritone, who has been starring
Melbourne next week by the s.s.
dergo a course of vocal training in
Milan. Mr Chlsholm will be accom
Family Notices (Family Notices), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 5 October 1912 [Issue No.17.834] page 8 2020-05-25 22:30 BOLITBO—MAUGEK.—On the 4th Septem
ber, at, the rosider.ee of the bride's parent®,
by rho Rev. W. J. Palamountain. "William,
second sou of Mr. W. Bolitho. Quarry Hiil,
to Alioe, fonriii daughter of Mr. C. Manner,
parents' residence. Houston-street. Una L\ e
Jyn, infant- daughter of lSrnest and Violet
PENNINGTON.—In fond and lovincr remem
brance of my -dear mother. Mi*. Jane Pen
, Tiington, who died at Long Gul'.y on 5th
A patient- sufferer a) rest.
Gone but- not forgotten.
--Inserted by her loving daoehter and son-in
' law, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Thomas, Golden
VIAL.—In Joving i: '"in or J nf my dear luts
■ band. Richard VinI, who parsed away on "lie
4th October, 1911. at Ste-.vart-strer-i.
Sadly ms:sed.
—Inserted by his lovinc wife and son and
daughter, non-in-bw, P.Y., K.Y., M. a-iu
Ti/fRS. J. HARKNKSS and FAMILY desire
-ltJL to sincerely "HANK their many i»md
friends for the expressions of syn-pathv by
tributes, in their recent f-'.d bereavement.
Irs AXjUK
-»• KIDD desire to return THANKS io
tteir many friends for enrd.-. telegrams and
letters of sympathy and floral tributes ;c

<viv<d during their recent • bereavement. 4
Tl'ompson-sl reet, Bemligo.
milF FAMILY" of the .'ate WILLIAM
PINCH, Senr.. desires to TI-IANK their
tion and nursing during their father's rccent
BOLITHO—MAUGER.—On the 4th Septem
ber, at the residence of the bride's parents,
by the Rev. W. J. Palamountain. William,
second son of Mr. W. Bolitho, Quarry Hiil,
to Alice, fourth daughter of Mr. C. Mauger,
parents' residence. Houston-street. Una Eve-
lyn, infant daughter of Ernest and Violet
PENNINGTON.—In fond and loving remem
brance of my dear mother, Mrs. Jane Pen
nington, who died at Long Gully on 5th
A patient sufferer at rest.
Gone but not forgotten.
--Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas, Golden
VIAL.—In loving memory of my dear hus
band, Richard ViaI, who parsed away on the
4th October, 1911. at Stewart-street.
Sadly missed.
—Inserted by his loving wife and son and
daughter, son-in-law, P.C., R.V., M. and
MRS. J. HARKNESS and FAMILY desire
to sincerely THANK their many kind
friends for the expressions of sympathy by
tributes, in their recent sad bereavement.
THE FAMILY OF THE late Mrs ALICE
KIDD desire to return THANKS to
their many friends for cards, telegrams and
letters of sympathy and floral tributes re-

ceived during their recent bereavement. 4
Thompson-street, Bendigo.
THE FAMILY of the late WILLIAM
PINCH, Senr. desires to THANK their
tion and nursing during their father's recent
FIRES IN THE [?] (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Thursday 28 April 1904 [Issue No.15,208] page 5 2020-05-25 22:23 FIRh'S 7.V rilk
A destructive fire occurred yesterday rr.om
ing in Houston-street, Quarry ililli when a.
six-roomed house, occupied by a minor limned
15. C. Watson, was burneil to the ground.
During the morning' Mrs. Watson had been
ironing in the kitchen, and at the time el
the outbreak clie was outside buying vege
tables from a Chinaman. Her husband wi: •
in tlio yard chopping wood. '! lie first to no
tice. the lire was the Chinaman, and he, to
gether with Mr. Watson, rn.=■.!i■"d into th-r
house to try and save the furniture. Oilier
men were also quickly on the s..ei;e, and they
succeeded in saving a good dca" of the con
watchman in the f.re tower had observed tlv.
smoke, aiul the hose cart and im i: were scrt
to the lire. Who;: they arrived. ■■..•over, tlify
could do nothing to stay the '!.•:»< as the:-:
FIRES IN THE
A destructive fire occurred yesterday morn-
ing in Houston-street, Quarry Hill when a
six-roomed house, occupied by a miner named
E. C. Watson, was burned to the ground.
During the morning Mrs. Watson had been
ironing in the kitchen, and at the time of
the outbreak she was outside buying vege
tables from a Chinaman. Her husband was
in the yard chopping wood. The first to no
tice the fire was the Chinaman, and he, to
gether with Mr. Watson rushed into the
house to try and save the furniture. Other
men were also quickly on the scene, and they
succeeded in saving a good deal of the con
watchman in the fire tower had observed the
smoke, and the hose cart and were sent
to the fire. When they arrived however, they
could do nothing to stay the as the:-:
IRONMOULDER'S DISAGREEABLE EXPERIENCE. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 12 January 1901 [Issue No.14,223] page 3 2020-05-25 22:20 IHONITO tJLDKll'S DISAG 1\ EE ABL.E'
EXPEDIENCE.
A Donald iroiuiioiilder, Mr. William-Farr,
porter some time ago, mentioned sonic inci
dents ill liis iife worthy of publication. The
"reporter obtained ample corroboration of the
words. 5Ir. Farr said: —
the natu'e of our work, we ironmoulders are
joying freedom in this respect, n;y trouble,
nevertheless, arose . through my occupation.
Tlio steam. and heat inseparable from the
work, and the iushii:g of my meals when
trade is brisk, affected mo so much four years
IRONMOULDER'S DISAGREEABLE
EXPERIENCE.
A Donald ironmoulder, Mr. William Farr,
porter some time ago, mentioned some inci
dents in his iife worthy of publication. The
reporter obtained ample corroboration of the
words. Mr. Farr said: —
the nature of our work, we ironmoulders are
joying freedom in this respect, my trouble,
nevertheless, arose through my occupation.
The steam and heat inseparable from the
work, and the rushing of my meals when
trade is brisk, affected me so much four years
MR. BRENNAN AT MANDHURANG. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 17 November 1894 [Issue No.12,337] page 5 2020-05-25 22:15 MR. IIREXXA2i AT MA.2XDUJtAXG.
' T1IF. AllVRRTTSKR.^
Kerr's .Muuuuraiig hotel ou Thursday, Mr.
Brennan. the shire secretary, made certain
{'lightest objection to any of my acts or utter
moderately accuratc, but I must protest against
ftatemeuts made by .Vr. Brennan at that meet
tivated until the chairman of tliD People's
1'artvfiot possession of it," is false. The small
gained au interest in it, had not been cultivated
for yeirs previously. The first and second
rear after purchasing-T - cropped-the—land.
purchased for eucalyptus purposes, a.nd not for
rounding t.ho 2S0 acre block - has been renewed,
retary, emit inning, Fays :—" His valuation was
«pp»aled agaiust, and through sheer neglect,
<if the previous owner, or to Messrs. Connelly,
Tatehell and Dunlop, through whom the sale
ws conducted. If the bulk of assertions
.nade by the shire secretary were true instead
oi being the reverse, it would only lend weight
who withMds land from use, or only puts it to
tie unequitable, but that does not remove the
fact that the principle intelligently applied iB
that locality, will not have such potency ' in
i ours, etc, A. J. HAMPSON. |
MR. BRENNAN AT MANDURANG
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER
Kerr's Mandurang hotel on Thursday, Mr.
Brennan, the shire secretary, made certain
slightest objection to any of my acts or utter
moderately accurate, but I must protest against
statements made by Mr. Brennan at that meet
tivated until the chairman of the People's
Party got possession of it," is false. The small
gained an interest in it, had not been cultivated
for years previously. The first and second
year after purchasing I cropped the land.
purchased for eucalyptus purposes, and not for
rounding the 280 acre block has been renewed,
retary, continuing, says :—" His valuation was
appealed against, and through sheer neglect,
of the previous owner, or to Messrs. Connelly,
Tatchell and Dunlop, through whom the sale
was conducted. If the bulk of assertions
made by the shire secretary were true instead
of being the reverse, it would only lend weight
who withholds land from use, or only puts it to
be unequitable, but that does not remove the
fact that the principle intelligently applied is
that locality, will not have such potency in
Yours, etc, A. J. HAMPSON.
NOTES AND COMMENTS. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 4 August 1902 [Issue No.14,669] page 2 2020-05-25 22:04 neaitx, of'South Melbourne, lias been trans
ferred to the Maryborough district. lie
will reside at Castlcinaiuc, being in charge
of the! stations recently taken over from the
Anolican Diocese. — A meeting of the
members of tb.e vestries " of the Anglican
Churches of B'endigo and district will bo lield
hi conm.-el.ior/ with the Chu)7h Assembly, to
City Oouist.—Messrs. ST. Bnndcll, J. II
lingworth, and J. Watson, Js.P., presided 011
.Saturday, and dealt with several debt eases,
which (jrjnslitutod. the only business before
CoimsxDABL*: Epscbt.—Two little gi-12)
Missca Mabel Trewaruha and Nellie Sun.ri,
liavo handed to Dr. Peni'old, the treasurer
Gully. Mr. TV. Martin, of Golden-square,
liaglehawk.
was held at the Union hotel, Hargreavos
street, on Saturday evening, when, a few oi'
Agricultural,- Socikty. — The monthly
meeting was hold at the Town Hall on Satur
Sterry (president) in the chair, P. Finn, j.
Gray, ; J. J. Marsh, 3. II. Goutlge, D. IS.
II. Keek, and II. It. Marks (secretary). A
torian .Chamber of Agriculture, stating that
and kindred societies :will.be.held .at. the Old
September, to consider and deal , with the
at Sliepparton. The president was appointed
as delegate. .Other matters of ^interest dealt
Walters presided; at the eeekly meeting of
two doccased members were aged 72 and 76
FrxKRALSi—On '.Saturday the - obsequies
ill1.connection' with the death of the lateMr.
J. ,D. Aubrey, were carried out privately,
only tho immediate relatives and a few in
tery, the seVviee at the grave being con
ducted by ,-tlie 'Rev. Stavcly. The funeral of
the late Mr. Herman HeUinan also took
his" late residence, Thorn-street, Maiden
pall-bearers were "Messrs. F. Eowe, C. Neer
liut, F. Bottrell, and M. Webb. The coffin
was.'strewn with floral emblems. An im
pressive service wars conducted at- tho grave,
by the Rev. Mr. -Zerclto. The mortuary
arrangements in each ease were carried out
by Mr. \V. Fanner. Ihe remains of the Int.
red in the White Ilills Cemetery. The fune
bernians, of' whicli deceased was one of the
oldest members. The pal!-bearer3 were
Messrs. J. Dowd, J. Jeffrey, II. Casey and
C'r. Ryan and Mr. \\~. IToneybone. The
coffin was of polished oak, with silver'mount
I ings.- Rev. Br. Flynn read the burial ser
vices. The funeral of Mr. J. 0'Lough!i:i
Cemetery, and was a very lengthy one.. The
fat, J. Cummins and P. M'Grath. " Amongst,
thoso present were Crs. Burns, -Burke,
Lowndes and Condon, and C'npts. Davis and
Peudlebury. Rev. Father Shanahai: rear! the
burial service. In both cn~cs the funeml
Fizelln and Mulqueen
j Messrs; Seymour, O'Dwynr, and _ Breayley,
created- some excitement by bolting along
turned' into Mundy-streot, and came into
collision in front of tne Hai*j> and Sham
carried, away. •
neaux, of South Melbourne, has been trans
ferred to the Maryborough district. He
will reside at Castlemaine, being in charge
of the stations recently taken over from the
Anglican Diocese. — A meeting of the
members of the vestries of the Anglican
Churches of Bendigo and district will be held
in connection with the Church Assembly, to
City Court.—Messrs. M. Rundell, J. II
lingworth, and J. Watson, Js.P., presided on
Saturday, and dealt with several debt cases,
which constituted the only business before
COMMENDABLE EFFORT.—Two little girls
Misses Mabel Trewartha and Nellie Smart,
have handed to Dr. Penfold, the treasurer
Gully. Mr. W. Martin, of Golden-square,
Eaglehawk.
was held at the Union hotel, Hargreaves
street, on Saturday evening, when, a few of
Agricultural,- Society. — The monthly
meeting was held at the Town Hall on Satur
Sterry (president) in the chair, P. Finn, J.
Gray, J. J. Marsh, J. H. Goudge, D. B.
H. Keck, and H. M. Marks (secretary). A
torian Chamber of Agriculture, stating that
and kindred societies will be held at the Old
September, to consider and deal with the
visionally adopted at the Farmers' Conference
at Shepparton. The president was appointed
as delegate. Other matters of interest dealt
Walters presided; at the weekly meeting of
two deceased members were aged 72 and 76
FUNERALS—On Saturday the obsequies
in connection with the death of the late Mr.
J. D. Aubrey, were carried out privately,
only the immediate relatives and a few in
tery, the serviee at the grave being con
ducted by the Rev. Stavely. The funeral of
the late Mr. Herman Heitman also took
his late residence, Thorn-street, Maiden
pall-bearers were Messrs. F. Rowe, C. Neer
hut, F. Bottrell, and M. Webb. The coffin
was strewn with floral emblems. An im
pressive service was conducted at the grave,
by the Rev. Mr. Zercho. The mortuary
arrangements in each case were carried out
by Mr. W. Fanner. The remains of the Iate
red in the White Hills Cemetery. The fune
bernians, of which deceased was one of the
oldest members. The pall-bearers were
Messrs. J. Dowd, J. Jeffrey, H. Casey and
Cr. Ryan and Mr. W. Honeybone. The
coffin was of polished oak, with silver mount
ings.- Rev. Dr. Flynn read the burial ser
vices. The funeral of Mr. J. O'Loughlin
Cemetery, and was a very lengthy one. The
fat, J. Cummins and P. M'Grath. Amongst,
thoso present were Crs. Burns, Burke,
Lowndes and Condon, and Capts. Davis and
Pendlebury. Rev. Father Shanahan read the
burial service. In both cases the funeral
Fizelle and Mulqueen
Messrs; Seymour, O'Dwyer, and Breayley,
created some excitement by bolting along
turned into Mundy-street, and came into
collision in front of the Harp and Sham
carried, away.

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