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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,005,648
2 noelwoodhouse 4,000,191
3 NeilHamilton 3,491,306
4 DonnaTelfer 3,455,708
5 Rhonda.M 3,422,025
...
3977 jackaargh 5,934
3978 JohnParmenter 5,934
3979 SmithMcRae 5,934
3980 dichris 5,932
3981 ruehtree 5,932
3982 davidbarnes2014 5,930

5,932 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2020 205
February 2020 211
January 2020 22
December 2019 6
November 2019 21
October 2019 66
September 2019 20
August 2019 1
July 2019 35
April 2019 194
March 2019 106
February 2019 4
January 2019 8
December 2018 20
November 2018 57
October 2018 106
August 2018 133
July 2018 142
June 2018 28
May 2018 72
February 2018 137
January 2018 14
November 2017 6
October 2017 62
September 2017 42
August 2017 154
July 2017 28
June 2017 22
May 2017 2
April 2017 10
March 2017 45
December 2016 12
November 2016 8
October 2016 90
September 2016 139
June 2016 42
April 2016 2
October 2015 17
September 2015 123
June 2015 19
May 2015 10
February 2015 16
October 2014 29
August 2014 96
July 2014 132
June 2014 181
May 2014 32
April 2014 39
March 2014 128
February 2014 68
January 2014 49
December 2013 98
November 2013 82
October 2013 19
September 2013 12
August 2013 31
July 2013 168
June 2013 31
May 2013 22
April 2013 4
March 2013 187
February 2013 116
January 2013 23
October 2012 40
September 2012 168
August 2012 4
July 2012 58
June 2012 115
May 2012 98
April 2012 11
March 2012 40
February 2012 43
December 2011 2
October 2011 129
September 2011 306
July 2011 5
June 2011 5
May 2011 1
April 2011 11
March 2011 783
February 2011 109

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,005,446
2 noelwoodhouse 4,000,191
3 NeilHamilton 3,491,177
4 DonnaTelfer 3,455,682
5 Rhonda.M 3,422,012
...
3977 SmithMcRae 5,934
3978 ruehtree 5,932
3979 amaloquella 5,927
3980 dichris 5,924
3981 davidbarnes2014 5,921
3982 studenny 5,918

5,924 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2020 202
February 2020 211
January 2020 22
December 2019 6
November 2019 21
October 2019 66
September 2019 20
August 2019 1
July 2019 35
April 2019 194
March 2019 106
February 2019 4
January 2019 8
December 2018 20
November 2018 57
October 2018 106
August 2018 133
July 2018 142
June 2018 28
May 2018 67
February 2018 137
January 2018 14
November 2017 6
October 2017 62
September 2017 42
August 2017 154
July 2017 28
June 2017 22
May 2017 2
April 2017 10
March 2017 45
December 2016 12
November 2016 8
October 2016 90
September 2016 139
June 2016 42
April 2016 2
October 2015 17
September 2015 123
June 2015 19
May 2015 10
February 2015 16
October 2014 29
August 2014 96
July 2014 132
June 2014 181
May 2014 32
April 2014 39
March 2014 128
February 2014 68
January 2014 49
December 2013 98
November 2013 82
October 2013 19
September 2013 12
August 2013 31
July 2013 168
June 2013 31
May 2013 22
April 2013 4
March 2013 187
February 2013 116
January 2013 23
October 2012 40
September 2012 168
August 2012 4
July 2012 58
June 2012 115
May 2012 98
April 2012 11
March 2012 40
February 2012 43
December 2011 2
October 2011 129
September 2011 306
July 2011 5
June 2011 5
May 2011 1
April 2011 11
March 2011 783
February 2011 109

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 371,065
2 GeoffMMutton 176,595
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 69,480
...
2081 davidm1948 8
2082 davidmorrison62 8
2083 dianetl 8
2084 dichris 8
2085 donna25 8
2086 dvynanjl 8

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DALMORTON. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] (Article), Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889), Saturday 24 March 1877 [Issue No.1221] page 5 2020-03-25 17:45 1>ALM0HT0N\
[rllOM A CIlHItESFONIlGST.]
MAKCII 21.-Monday last, will bo a red-letter day in
the history ot Dalmorton, when tho wholo people of
tho district turned out to seo tlie tiret sod of the new
tunnel of thb'ClarehcO Prospecting' GoliVMining Co.
turned hy.. Mrs Eddy, the iiinnngor'H wife. Mr Eddy
stated, in n '. few - preliminary romaiks, that a largo
number of the shares had been applied forby tho
business men nf Dalmorton and (¡ raf ton, and tbnt ho
hiul every reason to believe in tho success of tho under-,
taking. He intended tri push on'tho works with every/
despatch; niid believed he would bo able to give em-:
ptoymcnt to. Hf ty miners in six months, and one hun-
dred in twelve months. After Mrs'Kddy had turned
thc sod, amid tho cheers of the crowd, she wished tho
company every success, and trusted that it would ho
a boon to the working nun, and hoped that no ono
employed on thc works would meet with any accident.
lunch.' Mid tho saine having been partaken of,
Mr'Pooi.K, Mining ltegistrnr of tho District, pro
|iosed success to the company, coupled with tho
manager's linnie, mid considered the whole district
waa indebted to Mr Kddy for thc energy ho hod dis-
played iii-'lluatiiu;! the* company. Tho'toast was
drunk with throe hearty cheers.
Mr Eimv, in responding, thanked tho company for
their.attendance and thc hearty manner they had
drank tho .toast. He bail every confidence ni tho
»ilecon.! of tho undertaking, and tho rie'mwj of tho
reefs in tho district if properly developed, and would
devote all his'encrgics to make it a success. Ho be-
lieved this company- would bo tho means of starting
tho reefs again, arid give them a fair trial, and thus
bring a large inllux of capital and population into the
Mr KUDD proposed "Tho. I julies,'' which was
drank with itlircc lusty che/ers. lind Mr GAIÎUK'K
Tho,cqnipany¡lhi'ii, after upending u very pleasant
afternoon, broke up w ith thruo hearty cheers for tho

yileen.
DALMORTON
(FROM A CORRSPONDENT)
March 21-Monday last, will be a red-letter day in
the history ot Dalmorton, when the whole people of
tho district turned out to see the first sod of the new
tunnel of the Clarence Prospecting Gold Mining Co.
turned by Mrs Eddy, the manager's wife. Mr Eddy
stated, in a few preliminary remarks, that a large
number of the shares had been applied for by theo
business men of Dalmorton and Grafton, and that he
had every reason to believe in the success of the under-
taking. He intended to push on the works with every
despatch; and believed he would be able to give em-
ploymcnt to fifty miners in six months, and one hun-
dred in twelve months. After Mrs Eddy had turned
the sod, amid the cheers of the crowd, she wished the
company every success, and trusted that it would beo
a boon to the working men, and hoped that no one
employed on the works would meet with any accident.
lunch.and the same having been partaken of,
Mr Poole, Mining Registrar of the District, pro
osed success to the company, coupled with the
manager's name, and considered the whole district
was indebted to Mr Eddy for the energy he had dis-
played in floating the company. The toast was
drunk with three hearty cheers.
Mr Eddy, in responding, thanked the company for
their attendance and the hearty manner they had
drunk the toast. He had every confidence in the
success of the undertaking, and the richness of the
reefs in the district, if properly developed, and would
devote all his energies to make it a success. He be-
lieved this company would be the means of starting
the reefs again, and give them a fair trial, and thus
bring a large influx of capital and population into the
Mr Rudd proposed "The Ladies", which was
drank with three lusty cheers, and Mr Garrick
The company, after spending a very pleasant
afternoon, broke up with three hearty cheers for the

Queen
TO THE EDITOR OF THE STAR. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Wednesday 1 December 1875 [Issue No.286] page 4 2020-03-22 15:43 [The moderation p£ our protectionist correspondent
portant, and, certainly, as interesting, some o£ which
are not even yet published. I£ our correspondent’s
acquaintance with Hew South Wales is like his
acquaintance with the writings of Mill, Jie is deplor


[The moderation of our protectionist correspondent
portant, and, certainly, as interesting, some of which
are not even yet published. If our correspondent’s
acquaintance with New South Wales is like his
acquaintance with the writings of Mill, he is deplor
A SPECIMEN PROTECTIONIST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STAR. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Wednesday 1 December 1875 [Issue No.286] page 4 2020-03-22 15:39 merits are advanced,-: and curses fulminated without
becins to lecture ethers, let him master his subject,
trine of free-trade is .neither infallible nor univer
more than one portion of his works, , point to
this conclusion, while other high authorities : might
also be quoted in support of the view,' that. circum
sensibly affects two very important interests iu the
turing and importing industries, opposite ; influences
for political .supremacy. Such has been the case in
more sensible of these facts than Our metropoli-;
in Ballarat have decreased 70 per cent., iu consequence
price, and to ail the other absurd charges he reck
viz., by the rapidjexhaustion of the gold-fields, and
Victoria will place her beyond reliauee uj>on the pre
carious returns of miueral lodes. We have evidence


ments are advanced, and curses fulminated without
begins to lecture others, let him master his subject,
trine of free-trade is neither infallible nor univer
more than one portion of his works, point to
this conclusion, while other high authorities might
also be quoted in support of the view, that circum
sensibly affects two very important interests in the
turing and importing industries, opposite influences
for political supremacy. Such has been the case in
more sensible of these facts than our metropoli-
in Ballarat have decreased 70 per cent., in consequence
price, and to all the other absurd charges he reck
viz., by the rapid exhaustion of the gold-fields, and
Victoria will place her beyond reliance upon the pre
carious returns of mineral lodes. We have evidence
PERSONAL. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Thursday 10 July 1919 [Issue No.19674] page 1 2020-03-16 16:57 this month, has mot been on circuit in
fact that Judge Wiomeke was a resi
qualified for greater tlhdngs at - tho
eighties, tvvthen the late Mr W. H.
Nioholls 'conducted a special class of
advanced students, and who pas3ed
tibia bench in 1912. He is . a brother
in-law of Mrs J. Jamieson', the local
croquet champion, arad Mr O. A.
soul of Mr T. H. Davies, of- Seymour
25th Field Artillery Brigade. ’ Ho is
aud«was formerly a student at the Bal
larat High School. After ibis bri
gade had 12 months’ training in Eng
land. ho went through sever© fighting
spicuous gallantry a 3 an observation
officer, executing a , series of useful
stuntg in exposed positions under heavy
whoso death lias occurred at Malvern,
in his 84th .wear, was well known
dhargo was at Whitfield. He con-
I tracted an illness tliero 18 months ago.
j and went to dive at Melbourne. One
I Zealand. Another is Colonel T. G. H.
talion, A.1.F.; and ia third, R. N. Har
vey. was also with the A.I.F.
The Rev. S. J. Hoban, wo learn, de
clined tho invitation to an appoint
and will consequently continuo his work
in connection witfhl tho Sydney Central
-
-
68 years of age, and was bom at "Ulo
1 Mrs - Lansell, of Forfcuna, Bendigo,
has purchased a commodious brack
budding in ltowan street, Bendigo,', for-,
meriy ■ owned by :tfas: late Dr: AvGilli
vrayp and has bandied it over‘to tno
Church : of England- authorities for use
as) a town -rcsidonoa for the Anglican
Bishop/ • '
this month, has not been on circuit in
fact that Judge Winneke was a resi
qualified for greater things at the
eighties, when the late Mr W. H.
Nioholls conducted a special class of
advanced students, and who passed
the bench in 1912. He is a brother
in-law of Mrs J. Jamieson, the local
croquet champion, and Mr O. A.
son of Mr T. H. Davies, of Seymour
25th Field Artillery Brigade. He is
and was formerly a student at the Bal
larat High School. After his bri-
gade had 12 months training in Eng
land, he went through severe fighting
spicuous gallantry as an observation
officer, executing a series of useful
stunts in exposed positions under heavy
whose death has occurred at Malvern,
in his 84th year, was well known
charge was at Whitfield. He con-
tracted an illness there 18 months ago.
j and went to live at Melbourne. One
Zealand. Another is Colonel T. G. H.
talion, A.1.F.; and a third, R. N. Har
vey was also with the A.I.F.
The Rev. S. J. Hoban, we learn, de
clined the invitation to an appoint
and will consequently continue his work
in connection with the Sydney Central
Cemetery. The coffin-bearers were
T. Vawdrey, W. D Thompson, T. P.
has resigned his position.The reigna-
was accepted by the Hospital Commit-
68 years of age, and was bom at "Illo-
Mrs Lansell, of Forfuna, Bendigo,
has purchased a commodious brick
building in Rowan street, Bendigo, for-
merly owned by the late Dr McGilli-
vray and has handed it over to the
Church of England authorities for use
as a town residence for the Anglican
Bishop.
TO THE MINERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN OF BALLARAT. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Tuesday 23 November 1875 [Issue No.279] page 3 2020-03-13 18:16 , swallowed up in taxes< Ask yourselves quietly, has
brought you anything | but poverty times?
trien’.who preich'so-muih -prqtqction prac
answer no. It is a notorious fact that ! can purchase
Ballarat and "Geelong tweed clothes cheaper at this
place, 400 miles from Sydney, than jyou can
on Ballarat; colonial boots, and every other
article of T golonial. - manufacture are the same,
fllaf in /this Colony will prove my
'ilßSertions 1 ' and "your fallacy. Compare any of the
manufactories here of any sort with
factories.. Compare laborera’jtpidjtradesmen's wSgea'
! in each 'colony.. Compare the happy, .contented’facts
any public.hqliday,with[.y.our(Own, and you would at
orice'andfor over put a weto'chr protection and those
who teach it. The Hon. John Kobertsofn spoke
truly in the interest of this colony, when;in^Ucl- !
bourne lately, when hi.said he ho’pedWiotoriafWbnld
keep her protective policy on a few years; longer.
If it does, this colony will not requireto send home for
Tany.,;immigrantapßu6Aviirfbettble''"‘f6 open its arms
taste of the, blessings-of free-trade there will be no
fear of your ever returning. This'colony gives its
people the only true protection; does, ,not S bolster
one trade’ut the .experise of’ the other; ‘•it opens up the
country with roads, and railroads, without indicting.
burdensome taxes';'allows a fair day’s wages for a ffrirv
day’s .work,,and w.hen hia.iinoney is.earned takes care
that'the.markets, of the/whole, world are open -toJiim,
arid that he ’gists "full value for the. money, andjthathe;
gets the cheapest and best. "Working men|in ; the
interior of this " colony do not knowj .what. :
direct taxation is, and,,, as,, .far,, as, a ...rate
•or -.tax ■ • ‘ooUefctor
•one, hpf;W I kriowfof, a. single".Benevolent;Asylum
outside of Sydney, ' From Grafton ! to Cienilnnea,
-.110 miles, more - than £250,000 have .been expended
■in'.making a road;andl erecting. fcridges between-,
those .places,-,.and" the . population" is r ndt so j great
as Thrive known to be on Egertbri- and.Qordbns; 'arid
yet there are rio 1 tolls or I direct taxes of any
pay. - This is whatl crill real protection to the farmer,'
.the miner, and.the mechanic; :Even within the cities’
the property is assessed very,low,; and the: rate is only
a shillingin the pound, . Compare this, with; the taxes:
you have to jay. o.ri Ballarat, : apart froth your bastard
. mongrel protective duties! ■ could Ell .teri’/Sfars with
; arguments' in, favor of' the policy! of/ this. colony,,
cdmpared with.that of -Victoria, ■ but time' and ■ space.
..will-riot .permit. ■; Let. me entreat;q£, r £or ypur
srikes. and that, 'Of:, your! ■ families j jippati once
throw, oyer, .this!."hateful';; curse > that -bias brought 1
,so - ,much.'! misery and .poverty into; .your ; bneri'
Happy arid contented , homes. r IT, youl; J doj not,'’
T: firmly j believe ‘.that! in a very . short time,- instead
.of b'eing at the'head,;.Of .tliel Australian;-colonies you
willlhe the least; ! Even | now',a ;,working man is far
. better off in any part of'/the, old Country; than in Yic
, tpria v , I .have nb'.great,,liking for. the Hon. Joseph j
;jon<y myself,’.as-I do not cqnsider himfthbreahSimon
Pure he professes. : to ! ,be,/but; ifl were,on.Ballarat I
would willingly work a'mpnth toi secure return-for |
;the; sake the principles kb advb'oateS,;
long! Their day of retribution has not yet come, but
believe it has already done for you. It has decreased
swallowed up in taxes.Ask yourselves quietly, has
brought you anything but poverty times?
Do those men who preach so much protection prac
answer no. It is a notorious fact that I can purchase
Ballarat and Geelong tweed clothes cheaper at this
place, 400 miles from Sydney, than you can
article of colonial manufacture are the same,
one week in this Colony will prove my
assertions and your fallacy. Compare any of the
manufactories here of any sort with Victorian
factories.. Compare laborers’and trademens wages
in each colony. Compare the happy, contented facts
any public holiday,with your, and you would at
once and for ever put a veto on protection and those
who teach it. The Hon. John Robertson spoke
truly in the interest of this colony, when in Mel
bourne lately, when he said he hoped Victoria would
keep her protective policy on a few years longer.
If it does, this colony will not require to send home for
any immigrants, but will be able to open its arms
taste of the blessings of free trade there will be no
fear of your ever returning. This colony gives its
people the only true protection;it does not bolster
one trade at the expense of the other; it opens up the
country with roads, and railroads, without inflicting.
burdensome taxes allows a fair day’s wages for a fair
day’s work,and when his money is earned takes care
that the markets of the whole world are open to him,
and that he gets full value for the. money, and that he
gets the cheapest and best. Working men in the
interior of this colony do not know what
direct taxation is, and, as far as a rate
or tax collectoris concerned,they never see
one,nor as I know of, a single Benevolent Asylum
outside of Sydney. From Grafton to Glen Innes
110 miles, more than £250,000 have been expended
in making a road and erecting bridges between
those places,and the population is not so great
yet there are no tolls or direct taxes of any kind
pay. This is what I call real protection to the farmer,
the miner, and.the mechanic. Even within the cities’
the property is assessed very low, and the rate is only
a shilling in the pound.Compare this with the taxes
you have to pay on Ballarat, apart from your bastard
mongrel protective duties.I could fill ten Stars with
arguments in favor of the policy of this colony,
compared with that of Victoria,but time and space.
will not permit. Let me entreat of you for your
sakes and that of your families to at once
throw over this hateful curse that has brought
so much misery and poverty into your once
happy and contented homes. If you do not,
I firmly believe that in a very short time,instead
of being at the head of the Australian colonies you
will be the least. Even now a working man is far
better off in any part of the old Country than in Vic
toria.I have no great liking for the Hon. Joseph
Jones myself,as I do not consider him the real Simon
Pure he professes to be,but if I were on Ballarat I
would willingly work a month to secure his return for |
the sake of the principles he advocates.
TO THE MINERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN OF BALLARAT. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Tuesday 23 November 1875 [Issue No.279] page 3 2020-03-13 17:28 It has reduced miners’ wages from £3 and £i per
week to starvation wages, and increased everything
one-half. It has filled/your benevolent asylums arid,
!The name protection as applied'in Victoria is a mis
nomer'in its very best phrase to the
grade; it is oply a, system ; of ; .robbing A Eet(WAta pay ‘
Paul; to the miner 'and' 'working-man it is all
It has reduced miners’ wages from £3 and £1 per
one-half. It has filled your benevolent asylums arid,
The name protection as applied in Victoria is a mis
nomer in its very best phrase to the
grade; it is only a system of robbing Peter to pay
Paul; to the miner and working-man it is all
TO THE MINERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN OF BALLARAT. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Tuesday 23 November 1875 [Issue No.279] page 3 2020-03-13 17:20 place where I resided so long, rind where I have still
my home. Even in this out-of-the-way place I-managa
to get one or more of jour daily papers. Through
assure you in all sincerity that X am not only aston
have so consistently persisted in since I loft the dis
trict. 1 was in strong hopes when ! left, about four
would have thoroughly operied your eyes to the
long! ' Their day of retribution has riot yet come, but
They will not only he relegated to where they
from, but your children, and children’s '-children,'' will
your once fair and prosperous' adopted home. I
would ask you calmly to consider.-what protection has
donolor-you.' Echo'might answer, “Nothing as yet;
but we expect a great deal.-’’,' I will tell you I ' what I
believe it has already done, for,you. , It has decreased
yonr population more than 70 per, cent, .It has re
duced your city and’-borough property riearly 80 per
cent. It has driven thousands, of -your best artisans,
citizens, mechanics, rind miners out of the district
and colony. It has stopped one-half of your,.mines.
robbing, and no pay. It means, and is nothing else

place where I resided so long, and where I have still
my home. Even in this out-of-the-way place I-manage
to get one or more of your daily papers. Through
assure you in all sincerity that I am not only aston
have so consistently persisted in since I left the dis
trict. I was in strong hopes when I left, about four
would have thoroughly opened your eyes to the
long! Their day of retribution has not yet come, but
They will not only be relegated to where they
from, but your children, and children’s children,'' will
your once fair and prosperous adopted home. I
would ask you calmly to consider what protection has
done for you.' Echo might answer, “Nothing as yet;
but we expect a great deal’’ I will tell you what I
believe it has already done for you. It has decreased
your population more than 70 per cent. It has re
duced your city and borough property nearly 80 per
cent. It has driven thousands of your best artisans.
citizens, mechanics, and miners out of the district
and colony. It has stopped one-half of your mines.
robbing, and no pay. It means, and is nothing else
I, the undersigned, James Eddy, hereby make application to register "he Clarence Pioneer Quartz Milling Prospecting (Government Gazette Private Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Friday 31 August 1877 [Issue No.278] page 3347 2020-03-02 16:41 Association (Limited)," under the provisions of the " Mining
of mj knowledge and belief true in every particular, namely:—
6. The office of the Manager is at Dalmorfcon, Little Biver.
Association (Limited), under the provisions of the " Mining
of my knowledge and belief true in every particular, namely:—
6. The office of the Manager is at Dalmorton, Little River.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 8 January 1931 [Issue No.16,738] page 23 2020-02-21 17:27 GRIBBLE— On January 8. at Mr resident",
Robert ("Uob") John Qribble, beloved hus«
Shirley. In his aoth year. Deeply regretted.
GRIBBLE— On January 8. at his residence,
Robert ("Bob") John Qribble, beloved hus-
Shirley. In his 59th year. Deeply regretted.
PERSONAL. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 12 July 1919 [Issue No.19676] page 1 2020-02-18 17:13 tion was made of the loss the lodise
ita oldßst members, Br Isaiah Pearce
aud R. Wor. Bi* Ralph Hall, P.D.G.M.
Jhey both were initiated into St.
* l °t 3 *** 1884, and continued,
then- membership -up to the time of
tar death. It. Wor. Br Hall had
1893. He also-was honoi-ed by • the
Grand Lodge in' being appointed Past
kmember of the board of general pur
poses. • it was also through his instru
; mentality that the reserve fund of St.
John’s ]jodge was founded, lio being
•the first trustee appointed. The
'between £7OO and £BOO. Very eulogis
tic remarks were made by ft Wor Br
A.. E. M'Donald and Wor, Br Wv H.
Gent in appreciation., of tho deceased
brejthren, and it was resolved that a
record be (made'of the many years of
active wort and services rendered by
tion was made of the loss the lodge

its oldest members, Br Isaiah Pearce
and R. Wor. Br Ralph Hall, P.D.G.M.
They both were initiated into St.
John's Lodge in 1884, and continued,
their membership up to the time of
their death. R. Wor. Br Hall had
1893. He also was honored by the
Grand Lodge in being appointed Past
member of the board of general pur-
poses. It was also through his instru
mentality that the reserve fund of St.
John’s Lodge was founded, he being
the first trustee appointed. The
between £7OO and £8OO. Very eulogis-
tic remarks were made by Rt Wor Br
A.. E. M'Donald and Wor. Br W H.
Gent in appreciation., of the deceased
brethren, and it was resolved that a
record be made of the many years of
active work and services rendered by

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