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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,819,267
2 noelwoodhouse 3,918,632
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,320,835
5 Rhonda.M 3,134,222
...
4116 megann 5,354
4117 newdonald 5,352
4118 Ralph-Lindsay 5,345
4119 reggiea1944 5,345
4120 lauranth 5,344
4121 Inkerman 5,342

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Corrections by month

October 2019 79
May 2019 73
February 2019 1
June 2018 98
May 2018 267
November 2017 70
March 2017 100
February 2017 51
December 2016 24
June 2016 17
April 2016 32
March 2016 409
December 2015 56
November 2015 11
September 2015 25
August 2015 191
July 2015 930
June 2015 681
May 2015 333
April 2015 58
September 2014 135
August 2014 27
February 2014 217
January 2014 1
November 2013 47
October 2013 450
September 2013 84
August 2013 163
July 2013 252
June 2013 463

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,819,065
2 noelwoodhouse 3,918,632
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,320,814
5 Rhonda.M 3,134,209
...
4109 angibyrne 5,355
4110 newdonald 5,345
4111 Ralph-Lindsay 5,345
4112 reggiea1944 5,345
4113 lauranth 5,344
4114 rjcav 5,344

5,345 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 79
May 2019 73
February 2019 1
June 2018 98
May 2018 267
November 2017 70
March 2017 100
February 2017 51
December 2016 24
June 2016 17
April 2016 32
March 2016 409
December 2015 56
November 2015 11
September 2015 25
August 2015 191
July 2015 930
June 2015 681
May 2015 333
April 2015 58
September 2014 135
August 2014 27
February 2014 217
January 2014 1
November 2013 47
October 2013 450
September 2013 84
August 2013 163
July 2013 252
June 2013 463

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 29 December 1897 [Issue No.13,362] page 1 2019-10-18 16:27 ESSEItY.-On the 27th Decoraber, at her residence. 61
Gft'Q-struet, Richmond, Prudence Kirby, late of Tas-
Biota, aged 28 years.
ESSERY.-On the 27th December, at her residence. 61
Green-street, Richmond, Prudence Kirby, late of Tas-
mania, aged 28 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 30 December 1897 [Issue No.13,363] page 8 2019-10-18 16:10 ESSEUY.— Tho Friends of Mr. ESSERY, also of !
Mr. M. A. l'attisou, of Nortl) Melbourne, are \
invited to follow the remains of tlie wife and sister, i.
Prudence Kirby, to the place of intenneut, the fio-
roondnra Cemetery. The funeral leaves his residence, v
61 Green-street, Richmond, TO-DAY (Thursday), at
HERBERT KING. Undertaker, bead office, Lett)
ESSERY.— The Friends of Mr. ESSERY, also of !
Mrs. M. A. Pattison, of North Melbourne, are
invited to follow the remains of the wife and sister, i.
Prudence Kirby, to the place of interment, the Bo-
roondara Cemetery. The funeral leaves his residence, v
61 Green-street, Richmond, TO-DAY (Thursday), at 1 oclock
HERBERT KING. Undertaker, head office, Len)
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Tasmanian (Launceston, Tas. : 1881 - 1895), Saturday 24 December 1881 [Issue No.52] page 1226 2019-10-18 15:59 at St. John's Church, Launoeston, by the
at St. John's Church, Launceston, by the
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Tasmanian (Launceston, Tas. : 1881 - 1895), Saturday 24 December 1881 [Issue No.52] page 1226 2019-10-18 15:54 Trottman r-KiRBT.— On the 17th of December,
' at St. John's Church, Launoeston, by the
Eev. Canon Brownrigg, Arthur, eldest son of
.Edward Trottman, Fitzroy, Vjotoria, to
Prudence, second daughter of William' Kirbyi
of Launoeston . ( Viotorian and Birmingham
,, papers pleaae copy.) _ .'/!;;. '? t .'?': '_'. ',,_ ,'. ._. : : |,
TROTTMAN - KIRBY.— On the 17th of December,
at St. John's Church, Launoeston, by the
Rev. Canon Brownrigg, Arthur, eldest son of
Edward Trottman, Fitzroy, Victoria, to
Prudence, second daughter of William Kirby
of Launceston. ( Victorian and Birmingham
papers please copy.)
LOCAL NEWS. (Article), The Mildura Cultivator (Vic. : 1888 - 1920), Wednesday 6 May 1891 [Issue No.78] page 2 2019-10-17 11:25 IQOCAL aI EWS.
will be played on Settrl::y next,
(red and black) and the recently form:ed
South M1ildura Football Club (bluec and
Street. TIh game is likely to prove
presented and evenly matcel.l. The
3 o'clock. The South liihlara team
Desailly, Duen'e, Dyer, !,eecrhr (2),
Burbury, Manning, Mct'ay, Irving,
IIogg, Choley eake, Geak, arper, Miller,
Aitken, Agars, Evans, Hl.alick, Legge,
lest, Wiles, Thwaites, Nicheol.so,
Stewart, Drevermtann, Warren. l r. P.
Blackman will officiate as central um
LOCAL NEWS.
will be played on Saturday next,
(red and black) and the recently formed
South Mildura Football Club (blue and
Street. The game is likely to prove
presented and evenly matched. The
3 o'clock. The South Mildura team
Desailly, Duence, Dyer, Beecher (2),
Burbury, Manning, MctKay, Irving,
Hogg, Chomley, Geake, Harper, Miller,
Aitken, Agars, Evans, Hollick, Legge,
Best, Wiles, Thwaites, Nicholson,
Stewart, Drevermann, Warren. Mr. P.
Blackman will officiate as central um-
SOUTH MILDURA FOOTBALL CLUB. (Article), The Mildura Cultivator (Vic. : 1888 - 1920), Saturday 23 April 1892 [Issue No.175] page 4 2019-10-17 08:51 gamating with the cricket club twas
thotught that one lintantcialle starong club
\ttwould be prefenble to tins wesak ounes.
taln evcentally the mcetng a !opted a
motiotn by Ir. P. 1). O. Lantker, that the
amalgamation be cffecter, anti that any
person should be allowed thie optqio of
joining either as a footitdler or as at
cricketer, or as both, in the latter ease r'
redutction in the twos sobscrinitinrrts to be,
atllowed. It was reported that the pri.zeo
of two guineas otffered to tire chub last
year by Mr. ,acka. had not been allotted.
It swas unanimeonrsy agreed that thisshtnould
go to IMr I". I tDuence, who captained the
practice meetings oni the vacant space
near D)eakin-avenue, across the 7ft.
gamating with the cricket club was
thought that one financially strong club
would be prefenble to two weak ones.
and eventually the meeting adopted a
motion by Mr. P. D. G. Lavater, that the
amalgamation be effected, and that any
person should be allowed the option of
joining either as a footballer or as at
cricketer, or as both, in the latter case a
reduction in the two subscriptions to be
allowed. It was reported that the prize
of two guineas offered to the club last
year by Mr. Jacka, had not been allotted.
It was unanimously agreed that this should
go to Mr. R. Duence, who captained the
practice meetings on the vacant space
near Deakin-avenue, across the 70ft.
SOUTH MILDURA FOOTBALL CLUB. (Article), The Mildura Cultivator (Vic. : 1888 - 1920), Saturday 23 April 1892 [Issue No.175] page 4 2019-10-16 20:30 and Messrs. F. Irving. Duence anl Gor-
and Messrs. F. Irving. Duence and Gor-
SOUTH MILDURA FOOTBALL CLUB. (Article), The Mildura Cultivator (Vic. : 1888 - 1920), Saturday 23 April 1892 [Issue No.175] page 4 2019-10-16 20:29
should be blue jersey and cap with white s
knickerbockers. The question of arni
gainating with the cricket club twas
blongabt on by Mr. MI'nav.:la a gaot
deal of dislrussion recultrl. it was:0
season and it was decided that the colours
should be blue jersey and cap with white
knickerbockers. The question of amal-
gamating with the cricket club twas
brought on by Mr. McKay and a good
deal of discussion resulted. It was
SOUTH MILDURA FOOTBALL CLUB. (Article), The Mildura Cultivator (Vic. : 1888 - 1920), Saturday 23 April 1892 [Issue No.175] page 4 2019-10-16 20:26 Mlr. 1'. D). G. Lavater was appointedl
trcasurer, and Mtessrs. H. J. Tbhwaites, C.
II. (;orman and G. Lavater were elected
It was agreed that the general coamittlee
shoual consist of the secretary, captain
tid three others. A ballot t:asetaketn,
and Messrs. F. Irving. Dunrce anl Cor
man were aplpoitlted., h:ce members'
subscription was fixed at *5. for the
season. and it was decided that the colours
bhouli be blue jersey and ar with white s
Mr. P. D. G. Lavater was appointed
treasurer, and Messrs. H. J. Thwaites, C.
H. Gorman and G. Lavater were elected
It was agreed that the general committee
should consist of the secretary, captain
and three others. A ballot was taken
and Messrs. F. Irving. Duence anl Gor-
man were appointed. The members'
subscription was fixed at 5s. for the
should be blue jersey and cap with white s
SOUTH MILDURA FOOTBALL CLUB. (Article), The Mildura Cultivator (Vic. : 1888 - 1920), Saturday 23 April 1892 [Issue No.175] page 4 2019-10-16 13:25 SOUTII JIILDITURA FCOUIIALL
A general meeting of th.t South Mil
dura Football Club was held in Witt
tuantl's rooms on Saitilrda cvenilg.
'here was a large atten.alc and Ml r.
t. Dlence filled the chair. A report
club at the close of last seas-a was read
and adopted, and the clectin of officers
president was unatimouly conlferred
upon }Mr. N. Jamieson, and Messrs. Jacka,
W. It. Chailey, W. M. tatersal antd Go.
Desaillr were elected vice-presid:ents
SOUTH MILDURA FOOTBALL
A general meeting of the South Mil
dura Football Club was held in Witt-
mann's rooms on Saturday evening.
There was a large attendance and Mr.
R. Duence filled the chair. A report
club at the close of last season was read
and adopted, and the election of officers
president was unanimously conferred
upon Mr. N. Jamieson, and Messrs. Jacka,
W. B. Chaffey, W. M. Paterson and Geo.
Desailly were elected vice-presidents

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