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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,785,698
2 noelwoodhouse 3,898,976
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,274,825
5 Rhonda.M 3,098,535
...
1107 australharmony 36,317
1108 AStebbing 36,238
1109 AmyCleyreEdits 36,206
1110 jeanetter50 36,192
1111 naiad 36,185
1112 bookworm69 36,163

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October 2019 119
September 2019 552
August 2019 412
July 2019 312
June 2019 101
May 2019 79
April 2019 334
March 2019 291
February 2019 640
January 2019 355
December 2018 129
November 2018 198
October 2018 665
September 2018 273
August 2018 293
July 2018 371
June 2018 374
May 2018 237
April 2018 987
March 2018 521
February 2018 1,079
January 2018 1,553
December 2017 653
November 2017 67
October 2017 744
September 2017 1,575
August 2017 480
July 2017 688
June 2017 449
May 2017 410
April 2017 347
March 2017 1,074
February 2017 915
January 2017 170
December 2016 302
November 2016 338
October 2016 288
September 2016 45
August 2016 256
July 2016 4
June 2016 21
May 2016 254
April 2016 257
March 2016 351
February 2016 49
January 2016 2,810
December 2015 530
November 2015 247
October 2015 176
September 2015 114
August 2015 423
July 2015 423
June 2015 468
May 2015 129
April 2015 637
March 2015 752
February 2015 165
January 2015 10
November 2014 978
October 2014 1,085
September 2014 1,071
August 2014 275
July 2014 89
June 2014 12
May 2014 205
April 2014 98
March 2014 27
February 2014 120
January 2014 739
December 2013 287
November 2013 107
October 2013 933
September 2013 810
August 2013 124
July 2013 68
June 2013 79
May 2013 18
April 2013 1
March 2013 241
February 2013 70
January 2013 15
December 2012 19
November 2012 28
October 2012 61
September 2012 9
August 2012 10
June 2012 44
May 2012 64
April 2012 148
March 2012 9
February 2012 204
January 2012 74
December 2011 56
November 2011 18
September 2011 32
August 2011 30
July 2011 160
June 2011 230
May 2011 117
April 2011 189
March 2011 75
February 2011 145
January 2011 307
December 2010 39
October 2010 21
January 2010 105
December 2009 50

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,785,496
2 noelwoodhouse 3,898,976
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,274,804
5 Rhonda.M 3,098,522
...
1104 dunngiven 36,358
1105 australharmony 36,293
1106 AStebbing 36,192
1107 jeanetter50 36,192
1108 naiad 36,165
1109 bookworm69 36,163

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October 2019 119
September 2019 552
August 2019 412
July 2019 312
June 2019 101
May 2019 79
April 2019 334
March 2019 291
February 2019 640
January 2019 355
December 2018 129
November 2018 198
October 2018 665
September 2018 273
August 2018 293
July 2018 371
June 2018 374
May 2018 237
April 2018 987
March 2018 521
February 2018 1,079
January 2018 1,553
December 2017 653
November 2017 67
October 2017 744
September 2017 1,575
August 2017 480
July 2017 688
June 2017 449
May 2017 410
April 2017 347
March 2017 1,074
February 2017 915
January 2017 170
December 2016 302
November 2016 338
October 2016 288
September 2016 45
August 2016 256
July 2016 4
June 2016 21
May 2016 254
April 2016 257
March 2016 351
February 2016 49
January 2016 2,810
December 2015 530
November 2015 247
October 2015 176
September 2015 114
August 2015 423
July 2015 423
June 2015 468
May 2015 129
April 2015 637
March 2015 752
February 2015 165
January 2015 10
November 2014 978
October 2014 1,085
September 2014 1,071
August 2014 275
July 2014 89
June 2014 12
May 2014 205
April 2014 98
March 2014 27
February 2014 120
January 2014 739
December 2013 287
November 2013 107
October 2013 933
September 2013 810
August 2013 124
July 2013 68
June 2013 79
May 2013 18
April 2013 1
March 2013 241
February 2013 70
January 2013 15
December 2012 19
November 2012 28
October 2012 61
September 2012 9
August 2012 10
June 2012 44
May 2012 64
April 2012 148
March 2012 9
February 2012 204
January 2012 74
December 2011 56
November 2011 18
September 2011 32
August 2011 30
July 2011 160
June 2011 230
May 2011 117
April 2011 189
March 2011 75
February 2011 145
January 2011 307
December 2010 39
October 2010 21
January 2010 105
December 2009 50

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WARRAGUL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 13TH JUNE. (Before Mr. Howitt, P.M.) EVASION OF THE EDUCATION ACT. (Article), Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate (Warragul, Vic. : 1879 - 1894), Friday 15 June 1888 [Issue No.173] page 3 2019-10-15 19:33 WARRACUL POLICE COURT.
Truant-officer McAlpine proceeded d
neglecting to send their Children to C
school for the requisite number of I
days in the last quarter. The cases v
Cheney, who pleaded that his son was I
attending a night school; fined 2s. Gd. E
Henry Hamilton charged with neglect- f
ing to send his four children to school t
was fined Is. in each case, the Bench t
stating its intention of allowing him t
an opportunity of proving his inten- F
tion of sending them regularly. Isaac I
Simmons said his child was sent.from I
school with blight, bht as the date I
was a remote one he was 2s. 6d. ?
Alexander Allen was mulcted in 20s.
of his non-attendance in a
answer to the charge. I. Caldwell
each ordered to pay 2s. Gd.; and W. I
H. Edwards, two of whose childien
had not attended achool, wars fned
7s. ld., goods sold. Mr. Gray ap
was made for the amount with 15s. Gd.
The same plaintiff proceeded against 1
Mr::Gray again appeared and stated
that £1 had been paid to his client 1
on account. An order fo £510s. d. I
with' 15s. Gd. costs was made..
'H. O'Connor v. W.. Rowe, £3
'work and labor. Defendant did not
claim with ha. costs.
Mary Grabham sued J. Tresize for
.£5 8s. Mr Gray appeared for the plain
tiff,: 'and* stated that he bad jtist
his 'client. An order was made for
the!amount with'£1 6s. costs.
.Anderson Brothers v.: David Buck.
Mr. Gray'for plaintiff. The sum of
the summons, and a verdict for £1 Uis.
7'd., with 15s. 6d.:costs, was awarded.
LOCAL sOAR?b OF HEALTH CASES.
case of W. 'Love. .. roceedings were
:.The ofcer of the Local Board pro
ceeded against . Maria Lo Febvre on a
similar information. Mr.. Gray ap
peared for the defendant. Theprose
amend the information as he had dis
objected on the ground that no amend
Heowitt said he did not think the in-.
Wilkie said as amcusi curia; that it
was on the criminal.side:of the court,
would dismiss the case with £1 Is.
several witnesses had boon taken, the
the land on.which defendant lived,
for the purpose of. allowing further
Mr. .Knott the case. waE placed on the
list for hearing on WVednesday, 11th
DRUNK AND ISORDERLY.
Sale, was charged with bei,g drunk
ing.. He pleaded guilty and was ined
2s. 6d. or six hours'. :..
WARRAGUL POLICE COURT.
Truant-officer McAlpine proceeded
neglecting to send their Children to
school for the requisite number of
days in the last quarter. The cases
Cheney, who pleaded that his son was
attending a night school; fined 2s. 6d
Henry Hamilton charged with neglect-
ing to send his four children to school
was fined 1s. in each case, the Bench
stating its intention of allowing him
an opportunity of proving his inten-
tion of sending them regularly. Isaac
Simmons said his child was sent from
school with blight, but as the date
was a remote one he was 2s. 6d.
Alexander Allen was muleted in 20s.
of his non-attendance in
answer to the charge. R. Caldwell
each ordered to pay 2s. 6d.; and W.
H. Edwards, two of whose children
had not attended achool, wars fined
7s. ld., goods sold. Mr. Gray ap-
was made for the amount with 15s. 6d.
The same plaintiff proceeded against
Mr. Gray again appeared and stated
that £1 had been paid to his client
on account. An order fo £5,10s.5d
with 15s. 6d. costs was made..
H. O'Connor v. W. Rowe, £3
work and labor. Defendant did not
claim with 5s. costs.
Mary Graham sued J. Tresize for
£5 8s. Mr Gray appeared for the plain
tiff, and stated that he had just
his client. An order was made for
the amount with £1 6s. costs.
Anderson Brothers v. David Buck.
Mr. Gray for plaintiff. The sum of
the summons, and a verdict for £1 6s.
7d., with 15s. 6d. costs, was awarded.
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH CASES.
case of W. Love. Proceedings were
The officer of the Local Board pro
ceeded against Maria Le Febvre on a
similar information. Mr. Gray ap-
peared for the defendant. The prose-
amend the information as he had dis-
objected on the ground that no amend-
Howitt said he did not think the in-.
Wilkie said as amcusi curiæ; that it
was on the criminal side of the court,
would dismiss the case with £1 1s.
several witnesses had been taken, the
the land on which defendant lived,
for the purpose of allowing further
Mr. Knott the case. was placed on the
list for hearing on Wednesday, 11th
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.
Sale, was charged with being drunk
ing. He pleaded guilty and was fined
2s. 6d. or six hours'.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 15 January 1921 [Issue No.23,230] page 11 2019-10-07 19:28 Hospitil, Thomas Connor, late of Trafalgar,
Hospital, Thomas Connor, late of Trafalgar,
WOMEN'S ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS N.S.W. Breaks World Record In 44O Yds. Relay PERTH, March 11. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Tuesday 12 March 1940 page 9 2019-10-03 19:41 PERTH, llarch 11.
The flith biennial women's Australian track
Victoria won six titles, New South Wato five,
retains the Dons Mulcaby Shield.
Decima Normau (NS.W.y broke her Australian
record of 12.1 sec. by a tenth ol a second in
220 yards-Jean Colcaian I.N.S.W.). Lola
Forster ivic. ». Joan wooaiana iw-i./. nme,
25.6 sec. Won by one and a hair yards. |
830 yards— Be:ty Judge (W.A.). Margaret Orr;
(W.A.I, Thelma Pcakc (Queensland). Time j
i mm 20.8 sec. Won by two feet.
90 yards hurdles — Decima Korman -N.S.W.|,
Dons carter tVic). Isabel Grant. (Vio- Time,
12 sec. (Australian record). Won by ej
High Jump — Doris Carter tVic). 5 ft, un-|
finished- Hilda Williams ^Queensland). 4 ft !
10'* in!- Phyllis Howe -\V.A.J, 4 It. 9'.«. in.i
Discus throw— Doris Carter iVic-. 106 ft. I
9'- :n ? Emma Clifford (W-&.I. 104 ft. 5 in.; :
Cora Hannan (N.S.W.l. 103 ft. 9',i in. I
440 yards relay — New South Waies (Jean|
Co'emaii Ellen Gould, Valda Jones. Decima;
Norman); Wes-.ern Australia (.Merle Stoltzc, j
Rae Bercovc, Shirley Curtin. Joan Woodland i ;
Victoria (Lola Forster. Doris Carter, Joan'
Austra'lia— Elsie. Capel (Vic. I. Jean Gullan
42.4 sec. Won by 20 yaros. ]
PERTH, March 11.
The fifth biennial women's Australian track
Victoria won six titles, New South Wales five,
retains the Dons Mulcahy Shield.
Decima Norman (NS.W.) broke her Australian
record of 12.1 sec. by a tenth of a second in
220 yards-Jean Coleman I.N.S.W.). Lola
Forster (Vic.) Joan Woodland (W.A) Time,
25.6 sec. Won by one and a half yards.
880 yards— Betty Judge (W.A.). Margaret Orr;
(W.A.), Thelma Peake (Queensland). Time
2 min 26.3 sec. Won by two feet.
90 yards hurdles — Decima Norman -N.S.W.|,
Doris Carter tVic). Isabel Grant. (Vic.) Time,
12 sec. (Australian record). Won by a yard
High Jump — Doris Carter (Vic). 5 ft, un-
finished, Hilda Williams (Queensland), 4 ft
10¼ in: Phyllis Howe (W.A.), 4 ft. 9¼ in
Discus throw— Doris Carter (Vic.), 106 ft.
9¾ in Emma Clifford (W.A.), 104 ft. 5 in.;
Cora Hannan (N.S.W.l. 103 ft. 9½ in.
440 yards relay — New South Waies (Jean
Coleman, Ellen Gould, Valda Jones. Decima
Norman); Western Australia (Merle Stoltze, j
Rae Bercove, Shirley Curtin. Joan Woodland;
Victoria (Lola Forster. Doris Carter, Joan
Australia— Elsie. Capel (Vic.), Jean Gullan
42.4 sec. Won by 20 yards.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 21 July 1947 [Issue No.28778] page 9 2019-10-02 08:30 "? : 7!-
sie McPherson Hospital on Wednesday
July 16. Both well
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 21 July 1947 [Issue No.28778] page 9 2019-10-02 08:28 jBIRTMS;1 MARRIAGES, DEApiSl
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U 'a duuEhUr" Q<racmon,.-On ""v
CxRt«S££3.:WBln?)'— on Ju,y »'
\ mroinmore, v Preston, to Hector find
w?r»"vndhl.of »""« Gertrude). 1"
yjcPHERSO.X (nee- AUaott).— On July Is,
A ?' Rossmorc Private Hospital. Ben-
and Don— a son (Ian Roy).
3NK fncc Cobb): — On July 18. at Jessie
McPheiatn Bcspltnl. to Botly and Ver-
awT«m.®ll?,lle'"J#e,en Margery).
lY„?r, j'-M-Thomnson): — On July. 18.-
»|J Surf Hospital, to S.vl--
aVr?ivrrAIrvA1rbtrlJ,.f<?> «Wayne itndaay).
R.BDS.W?P 'neorBIla).— On July 18. al
qMm3ypbAnt7Sf- . ".J Mr- and - Mrs. M.
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ftn'1 Mrs. Arthui
'iw» \5Hl '5nc2!i5#' WU»- ptaunire 1 the er
8e!?tfo%hS!Iht»i,(9 "Jallne.. Ann) at Jcs-
jBIRTMS;1 MARRIAGES, DEATHS
BIRTHS
BRETT (nee Feeney) - On July 16th at
Margaret Coles, to Veronica and Stan
a daughter - Angela Louise. Both well
Gray (nee Lynette Dickinson,.-On July
20 - a daughter
GRIFFITHS (Jenkins)— on July 17 at
Strathmore, Preston, to Hector and
Irene - a daughter (Irene Gertrude).
McPHERSON (nee- Abbott).— On July 12,
at Rossmore Private Hospital. Ben-
alla to Merle and Don— a son (Ian Ray).
MONK (nee Cobb): — On July 18. at Jessie
McPherson Hospital. to Betty and Ver-
non - a daughter, (Helen Margery).
NORRIS (nee Thompson): — On July. 18.
at Dandenong District Hospital, to Syl--
via, wife of Albert - a son (Wayne Lindsay).
REDMOND (nee Ellis) On July 18 at
Wycheproof to Mr and Mrs M. Redmond
Quambatook - a daughter (Margaret Anne)
VENN - (nee Bruce).— Mr and Mrs. Arthur.
Venn announce with pleasure the ar-
rival of a daughter,(Christine Ann) at Jes-
DEAD AT THE LOOM; OR, THE TRAGEDY AT MILLSOM'S MILL CHAPTER VI. THE MAD GENERAL'S CAREER.—TWO HOUSEBREAKERS AT THE COTTAGE. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Monday 30 June 1902 [Issue No.5,260] page 4 2019-09-29 15:46 DEADl AT THE LOOM I
TiE TRAGEDY AT M ll M'! MILL
IHAPTER VYI.
THE MAD GiENER?L'S CAREER.
The Mad General made his remark
manner, 'as though It were a matter of
the very slightest importance. No won
no wonder he put it down;, like other
things the General had s'id tohimi to
the unfortunate man's miidnesg.'
"Indeed," he''said,'. "' 'ind:ed-?-'m
very glad to hear.'it." 'Hedid iit ldok
at all glad, however, and ,ihe: moved:
nearer to the door, for the madman withl
a loaded pistol is not just the safest kind'
of person with whomi to be "siht' up in a;
room slore.
I ,'Sit da;wn, man, :cried ithe idGeneral,'
'ivhich; burned in' a 'cheerful and'?re
assuring fashion. iJ,' Sit' dcwn., Deuce
your uncle I tell you': -I'm Bob 'Asht0on;
going to' get all imy money'wheni knockl
ofi, Come and sit down."
dim light of the lamp, and, sure enough,.
* he recognised, in the man's features a
curious likeness to those' of his 'dead
that the Mad General wasreailly. the'
soldier uncle of. whom: liehadiheard so
Irndia long ago ? All at once Tom lost:
his fear of the General;, and went and
eat down oppositelhim at the fireside.
"That's right,". said Bob Ashiton,
eh P And you're to get my money-eh ?
But you're not of the mercenaiy money
loving kind, I know, else'1'd never ,have
acknowledged you as ; my .nephew. I'd
elh ? But he gets quite enough of money
spent on him already-doesn't 'he now ?'
Eh ? What d'ye say, Tcm Ashton ?" '
father believed him to be dead; so. does
" Just so. Arid you think mne a queer
'is known 'all over the countryside as
Mad'~o-sand-So asks you, if you believe
Tom awkwardly. ," You see I--I never
i Come now, Tom Ashton. What.do
theycall lme ?" demanded the General;
Uncle Bob should notask such questions.
" Oh-I-well-"! faltered: Tomi look
that. Oh, no; it's the-the-a--General.'"
" General ' The Mad General l Is
that it ? Ha, ha, ha !" and lie 'laughed
so heartily and evidently enjoyed the.
forgot his embarrassmenit. "'No, no,
Tom,my boy,"the old man'went on when
lie had done laughing. "They're wrong.
with the half of it, at any rate. bad 1
is just as good in its way, butnot'general,.
The mistake had. no doubt, been
originated by Liz Fernie. whbo had seen
had fastened on the siecond, arnd had
duct. ' ..
the soldier. '" And deuce take it, man,
don't look so oqueer: it's Gospel truth I'm
telling you ! Your fatlher, my 'brotlher,
and I fell in love withthle same girl; arid
it was when shie tool him and jilted nie
Sthat T 'listed! ' -Your motherrshe nat
young and pretty then, and of course shi?e
could please lier?elf: but I :thought it
hard lins-eh:? Buit sle's your niothlcr,
Sand an old woman now Idarresay, aind
well, perhaips was a "fool- theren were
btlhers I miglit have Ihad of course. Wl:hy
didn't I take.one Lof them-c~h i Idon't
know. Anyhow I 'listed in thdINrinerty
Secidnd, and very ioonl l'hid isomethiig
else to think about thian girls anid couirt
ing and marrying. For we were figltifig
old Boney then, and tliers nWas littlerest
when Boneywas the. foe, I can tell- you.
Ali, it was a glorious time, . Tom-a
gldriois time-manrchlngR into action?
with the pipers playing ' The Campibells
ard Commiii':" then firin' our guns and.
,fixing our bayoi;lets,and charging: rith
a cheer, and lettini the:Freiichies know
whit t t menti, wn-li tlie Gainplbeilh were
And as hie told of these things t[i old.
Sman grew young and strong and ?brave
lookiig nagain.' 'ii eyes flashed;', is:
iclheks glowed; hiis lidrerre, ivinte' mous
tache almost seemed to bristle up.. ':The
old man's manner greaitlyS:.i iinpressed'
,Toni Ashton, firing his enthusiasm and
making him prdud obf this en'ewly-dis
covred relative. ::Tom had.lost his:fear
DEAD AT THE LOOM
THE TRAGEDY AT MILLSOM'S MILL
CHAPTER VI.
THE MAD GiENERAL'S CAREER.
The Mad General made his remark-
manner, as though It were a matter of
the very slightest importance. No won-
no wonder he put it down, like other
things the General had said to him to
the unfortunate man's madness.
"Indeed," he''said, "indeed-I'm
very glad to hear it." 'He did not look
at all glad, however, and he moved
nearer to the door, for the madman with
a loaded pistol is not just the safest kind
of person with whom to be shut up in a
room alone.
"Sit down, man," cried the General,
which; burned in a cheerful and re-
assuring fashion. "Sit down, Deuce
your uncle I tell you: - I'm Bob 'Ashton,
going to get all my money when I knock
off. Come and sit down."
dim light of the lamp, and, sure enough,
he recognised, in the man's features a
curious likeness to those of his dead
that the Mad General was really the
soldier uncle of whom he had heard so
his fear of the General, and went and
sat down opposite him at the fireside.
"That's right," said Bob Ashiton,
eh? And you're to get my money-eh ?
But you're not of the mercenary money
loving kind, I know, else I'd never have
acknowledged you as my nephew. I'd
eh ? But he gets quite enough of money
spent on him already-doesn't 'he now ?
Eh ? What d'ye say, Tom Ashton ?" '
"for I suppose you really are my uncle."
father believed him to be dead; so does
" Just so. Arid you think me a queer
is known all over the countryside as
Mad So and-So asks you, if you believe
Tom awkwardly. ," You see I-I never
"Come now, Tom Ashton. What.do
they call me ?" demanded the General.
Uncle Bob should not ask such questions.
" Oh-I-well-"faltered Tom look
that. Oh, no; it's the-the-a--General."
"General ! The Mad General ! Is
that it ? Ha, ha, ha !" and he laughed
so heartily and evidently enjoyed the
forgot his embarrassmenit. "No, no,
Tom, my boy,"the old man went on when
he had done laughing. "They're wrong.
with the half of it, at any rate. Mad I
is just as good in its way, but not general,
The mistake had, no doubt, been
originated by Liz Fernie. who had seen
had fastened on the second, arnd had
duct.
the soldier. " And deuce take it, man,
don't look so queer: it's Gospel truth I'm
telling you ! Your fatlher, my 'brother,
and I fell in love with the same girl; and
it was when she took him and jilted me
that I listed! Your mother - she was
young and pretty then, and of course she
could please herself: but I thought it
hard lines-eh:? But she's your mother,
and an old woman now I daresay, and
well, perhaips was a fool: there were
others I might have had of course. Why
didn't I take.one Lof them eh I Idon't
know. Anyhow I listed in the Ninety
Second, and very soon l had something
else to think about than girls anid court
ing and marrying. For we were fighting
old Boney then, and there was little rest
when Boney was the foe, I can tell you.
Ah, it was a glorious time, Tom-a
glorious time marching into action
with the pipers playing "The Campbells
are Commin", "then firin' our guns and.
fixing our bayonets, and charging with
a cheer, and letting the Frenchies know
what it meant when the Campbells were
comin'.
And as he told of these things the old
man grew young and strong and brave
looking again. His eyes flashed; his
cheeks glowed; his fierce, white mous
tache almost seemed to bristle up. The
old man's manner greatly impressed'
Tom Ashton, firing his enthusiasm and
making him proud of this newly-dis
covered relative. ::Tom had.lost his:fear
Gedge And Goodacre Battle For Selection (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 27 October 1950 [Issue No.35,211] page 10 2019-09-29 09:12 By FRANK TIERNEY I
Olympic Games. I
Randwick-Kcnsington. which
meets Gcdgc's club, St. George.
Their clashes arc bound to
Each is an Australian chain
pion-Gedge at 220 yaids and
iccord of 23.8s for the 220 yards
hurdles-, .
Gedge beat Goodacic in the
tinned the (ablcs when he re-
fastest'time of his career (53.1s)
-6-10s behind the Winner,
position, two hurdles fiom the
faultlessly, but the prcssuic at the
vital stage affected the 18-ycar
Goodacic, aged 22, may prove
Randwick-Kcnsington club will
not burilen him with the sann
The versatile Oooilaere com-
peled last season in the hurdle.',
quarter-mile runs, relays, lug«
Goodacre should be helped ¡u
sibilities will be given to En?;
lishman Tom Mitchell, a formel
who has cleaied six feet.
At present Goodacre is supericl
tance. ,. ," c,'
George club officials, is rap«"
mastering the technique 01
hurdling. c ...
Gedge will come to !»<"M
from Newcastle each week-end i
compete with St. George in iw
Like Goodacre, he is a uscl'
club man and excels in the broal
JUTnP'addilton to their intcHjIij
clashes; they will he »PP«» »
the State and'probably the AUJ
traliah championships. ,
By FRANK TIERNEY
Olympic Games.
Randwick-Kensington. which
meets Gedge's club, St. George.
Their clashes are bound to
Each is an Australian cham-
pion. Gedge at 220 yards and
record of 23.8s for the 220 yards
hurdles.
Gedge beat Goodacre in the
turned the tables when he re-
fastest time of his career (53.1s)
-6-10s behind the winner,
position, two hurdles from the
faultlessly, but the pressure at the
vital stage affected the 18-year
Goodacre, aged 22, may prove
Randwick-Kensington club will
not burden him with the same
The versatile Goodacre com-
peted last season in the hurdles,
quarter-mile runs, relays, high«
Goodacre should be helped as
sibilities will be given to Eng-
lishman Tom Mitchell, a former
who has cleared six feet.
At present Goodacre is superior
tance.
George club officials, is rapidly
mastering the technique of
hurdling.
Gedge will come to Sydney
from Newcastle each week-end to
compete with St. George in the
Like Goodacre, he is a useful
club man and excels in the broad
jump
In addilton to their inter-club
clashes; they will be opposed in
the State and probably the Aus-
traliah championships.
Kilts and pipers... caravan honeymoon... home in New Guinea... Games champion wed (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954), Sunday 12 September 1954 [Issue No.43] page 55 2019-09-27 19:17 champion Jacqueline
Australia at rthe Empire c. J. Bauman, of Peak-
1950 married Douglas the only son of Mr, and
V of , Mrs. C. Montague, of Mort-
Montague at St. George's dale. .
Church of England, The bride wore a classi-
Hurstville, yesterday. cal gown of white mag-
The bride is the eldest nolia satin and a three-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tiered veil.
champion Jacqueline
Games at Auckland in
1950 married Douglas
Montague at St. George's
Church of England
Hurstville, yesterday.
The bride is the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Bauman, of Peak-
is the only son of Mr, and
and Mrs. C. Montague, of Mort-
dale.
The bride wore a classi-
cal gown of white mag-
nolia satin and a three-
tiered veil.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 29 July 1933 [Issue No.27,129] page 15 2019-09-25 15:51 BUTLER-On the 2Sth July at Wnrrai-ul ulam
TI omis dearly beloved husl and of Lliiabeth and
lo mg father of Janus Join and Frederick in
II« Suth j ear late of Piangil
BUTLER-On the 28th July at Warragul Elam
Thomas dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth and
loving father of James John and Frederick in
his 86th year late of Piangil
"STAWELL''OF THE RIVERINA. Strong Club Formed at Griffith. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 25 October 1935 [Issue No.25,126] page 7 2019-09-23 20:09 "STAWSLL'' OF TirlE RiVEEINA.
StroE CtEb Forshcd et Griffith.
GRJFFJTIf; Tliursds.3'. — At -.a.-- combined
meeting, of the Australian .football committee
and tho Griffith cycle club.it was' decided to
amalgamate ..and form tlio 4 Orlfflth 'Athletic
Club. Mr. -Hugh Johnson was appointed pre-
sldent, and Mr. ,C. .Warren organlslrig eccre-
tary. The nowly formed club' has registered
With tho League of Wheelmen and the
Athletic League, .-and Is -putting' on -a 'carnival
on- New Year's day with £111 as prise
money.-.. A new cyclo- track' and -runnlnn
tracks have beon laid down , an- the Sceulc
I|J.i « |fyai' Hjd , everything appears -as though
Griffith, .which- Is. the - (unwell . or the
R Verlna, Is going, to tnko IU place ai the
Itfcdlng - town In the Rlvorlna
Mr. . Warren, who has- beon appointed or-
psnlslng .secretary to the newly formed body.
Is. well .known -in yictorl-i, having held the
gosltlort of publlolty olflcer. to tho Loan
"STAWELL'' OF THE RIVERINA.
Strong Club Formed at Griffith.
GRIFFITH; Thursday. — At a combined
meeting, of the Australian football committee
and the Griffith cycle club it was decided to
amalgamate and form the Grlfflth Athletic
Club. Mr. Hugh Johnson was appointed pre-
sldent, and Mr. C. Warren organlslrig secre-
tary. The newly formed club has registered
With the League of Wheelmen and the
Athletic League, and Is putting on a carnival
on New Year's day with £111 as prize
money. A new cycle track and runnlng
tracks have been laid down on the Scenic
Hill oval, everything appears as though
Griffith, which- Is. the Stawell of the
Riverlna, Is going, to take its place as the
leading - town In the Rlverlna
Mr. Warren, who has been appointed or-
ganising secretary to the newly formed body.
Is well .known in Victoria, having held the
position of publicity olflcer. to the Loan
Council.

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