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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,905,796
2 noelwoodhouse 3,962,190
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,943
5 Rhonda.M 3,303,548
...
1958 allanraymond 16,673
1959 TimShearer 16,664
1960 PeterRW1 16,658
1961 rock-bottom 16,612
1962 Grover63 16,599
1963 Jabber56 16,588

16,612 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 7,356
December 2019 251
September 2019 20
August 2019 89
July 2019 1
January 2019 29
October 2018 10
May 2018 10
January 2018 573
December 2017 3,027
November 2017 544
August 2017 174
July 2017 382
April 2017 17
February 2017 1
January 2017 66
July 2016 55
June 2016 43
May 2016 50
March 2016 130
January 2016 3
December 2015 159
November 2015 37
October 2015 607
September 2015 330
August 2015 49
May 2015 59
April 2015 120
March 2015 46
February 2015 22
December 2014 22
October 2014 7
September 2014 7
May 2014 124
April 2014 3
March 2014 369
February 2014 1,189
January 2014 451
May 2013 5
March 2013 35
January 2013 27
June 2012 95
April 2012 8
February 2012 3
June 2011 7

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,905,594
2 noelwoodhouse 3,962,190
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,917
5 Rhonda.M 3,303,535
...
1961 Darren99 16,546
1962 Grover63 16,531
1963 lexieh 16,529
1964 rock-bottom 16,523
1965 slekce 16,504
1966 anglen 16,501

16,523 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 7,356
December 2019 251
September 2019 20
July 2019 1
January 2019 29
October 2018 10
May 2018 10
January 2018 573
December 2017 3,027
November 2017 544
August 2017 174
July 2017 382
April 2017 17
February 2017 1
January 2017 66
July 2016 55
June 2016 43
May 2016 50
March 2016 130
January 2016 3
December 2015 159
November 2015 37
October 2015 607
September 2015 330
August 2015 49
May 2015 59
April 2015 120
March 2015 46
February 2015 22
December 2014 22
October 2014 7
September 2014 7
May 2014 124
April 2014 3
March 2014 369
February 2014 1,189
January 2014 451
May 2013 5
March 2013 35
January 2013 27
June 2012 95
April 2012 8
February 2012 3
June 2011 7

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 341,553
2 PhilThomas 140,690
3 GeoffMMutton 131,426
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
430 pkemmis 90
431 Alcibiades 89
432 GeoffreyPike 89
433 rock-bottom 89
434 schurr 89
435 bancam 88

89 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 89


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THE PATRIOTIC FUNDS. LITHGOW LIST. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Monday 15 February 1915 page 2 2020-01-28 13:14 P. Peachy, fortnightly instal. . 0 2 G
Mrs. T.'M. Rodham 0 10 0
"Mercury" Staff (3rd instnl),
-per Mr. R. Nortlicy 2--0 0
Railway Employees — .
Loco -8-10 5
Tiaffie ... . . 3" 0 9
W. H. Reddan, Boll 0 13
W. II. Nicholls, Boll 0 1 .3
W. E. Field, Boll ..013 _
A. E. Bye, Boll, .010
Poi Mi. T. Evans —
Western Miners' Fod-
oration;- (additional) 10 0- 0
-.-..(additional) ...... 810 3.y .
D. H. Forbes "0 10 0
Total to date £2138:. 0,. 5-
Loss counterfeit halfcrown (from .
an unknown patriot), in- ,
eluded in a recent collection . . 0 ,2 6
retaries, Messrs. Colley and Ryan, lion, .trea
surers, through any member of tho local com
Mr J- Colley, Commercial Bank, is also
authorised to reccivo donations for the Tan-
nod Sheepskin Clothing Committee, Sydney.
Monday 's issue of the ' ' Mercury. "
P. Peachy, fortnightly instal. . 0 2 6
Mrs. T.M. Rodham 0 10 6
"Mercury" Staff (3rd instal),
per Mr. R. Northey 2--0 0
Railway Employees —
Loco -8 10 5
Tiaffie ... . . 3 5 9
W. H. Reddan, Bell 0 1 3
W. II. Nicholls, Bell 0 1. 3
W. E. Field, Bell ..0. 1. 3 _
A. E. Bye, Bell, .0. 1. 0
Per Mr. T. Evans —
Western Miners' Fed-
eration;- (additional) 10 0 0
-.-..(additional) ...... 8 10 3
D. H. Forbes 0 10 0
Total to date £2138:. 0,. 5
Less counterfeit halfcrown (from
an unknown patriot), in-
cluded in a recent collection . . 0 2 6
retaries, Messrs. Colley and Ryan, hon, trea
surers, through any member of the local com
Mr J. Colley, Commercial Bank, is also
authorised to receive donations for the Tan-
ned Sheepskin Clothing Committee, Sydney.
future be acknowledged in the following,
Monday's issue of the "Mercury. "
THE PATRIOTIC FUNDS. LITHGOW LIST. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Monday 15 February 1915 page 2 2020-01-28 13:09 £ s . d
P. 'Peachy, fortnightly instnl. . 0 2 G
£ . s . d
P. Peachy, fortnightly instal. . 0 2 G
ALLIED NATIONS' FAIR. A PRETTY SHOW AND A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1915 page 6 2020-01-28 13:08 pleasure in declaring the fair -open.
Methodist Band played items inside and, out
side -the hall, and the Goss Orchestra- also
rendered several selections during tho even
shining competition ; Miss Smith proved the'
Tlio- total takings for Tuesday aovening -wore
was taken. .
pleasure in declaring the fair open.
Methodist Band played items inside and out
side the hall, and the Goss Orchestra also
rendered several selections during the even
shining competition ; Miss Smith proved the
The total takings for Tuesday evening were
was taken.
ALLIED NATIONS' FAIR. A PRETTY SHOW AND A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1915 page 6 2020-01-28 12:05 and thirsty on the platform, \wherc a- ininiar
, turo restaurant was laid out in dainty fashion
by the incmbors of the Red Cross .Society.-
The ladies in waiting wore Mcsdames Ella,
Douglas, Dillon,. Burns; - Iluxtnblo, : Dorreder,
Ilart, Tliirlwcll and Colley, and Misses Doug--
las (2), Hart, Smith; Tluxtablo (2), Young,
Stevenson, Roid; Bridgor, Clark and- Wilson.
and a very busy time was spent by "the la- .
dies. ,-.- ';-.
Just below the platform was tho soft
did considerable business with tlie small fry.
A Monte Carlo board yas run by Messrs. Hor- -
sico Braeey and gproule. The sliooting'-gal-
lery, which was accoinmodatcd in, thcroom in
the front of tlio building, was imdor tlie sup- -
crvision- of Messrs. Parker, J. Young, and E..
" Young; and fair bnsinoss wns done hero..
: , Miss. Grconwood wan very active in solicit
ing entrants for an. art union in which a valu
able -diamond ring was- disposed of. She was
attirod in Italian .costume, and did -exceed
ingly well, selling about 100 tickets. Missos
Jones and Ayling also did woll . with gum
number of school boys, undor Mr. Gill, gave,
an exhibition of squad drill, and received-
a hearty reception. '
The whole of the arrangements wore in tho
hands of . the Red Cross Society, assisted- by
iv men's com'initteo as follows:— Chairman,
.'Mr. A.; 13. Reay.; treasurer, .Mr. - R. J'. -Burns;
bccrotario.s, Messrs. T. - Evans, J. A. Delnney,
and 13. Braeey; committee, Mossrs. - Walsh,
'Bryant,- Douglas, ..Ptirkor, Hcins, S. Hoskins,
J. Pailloy, V. Madoll,'G. Hcaydon, 13; Goss; H.
Wright, .A. Loan, R. Northey, J. Dixon, D-
Oullcn, G. - W. DClahuiity, R. AVard, anil/ G.
Lauglands. /. :' .. -.-
Pripr tp and -after the oponiug, the Town
Band rendered band items outside niuTinsidc
tlio hall. The thanks of the committee aro
also duo to tlie "Tradqp Hall Society for the:
use of the, hall, Mr. Lean;:\vho attended to
tho engiuo, Mr. D. .Cullen, for his sorviccs in
tlio luill; and Mr. A. E. Bruton; for the loan'-
of flags for decorating. .
About 8.30 tlio Mayor; Aid. R, Pillaiis,-do-
clarod- -the fail open, after' the National Alii- .
them' -and "God Bless, Our Splendid- 'Men"
had been sung. ,Ho apologised' for .Messrs.
Carr and Dooloy, who wero unableIo attend.
I-Io urged. all present to do their duty and .to
be generous to-tlio men who were giving their:
all 'for oiir sake. He did not say ' ' givo all, ' '
but lie did say, "Givo as' your .means. allows
yoii; anil givo It willingly anil ftlieerfully.','
Lithgow' had done exceedingly .well uji to the
thankod thqm for. tlieir generosity. Ho wish
ed; to; tliank all who had contributed in any
way .towards making, tho fair such a fine suc
cess, and hoped that a1 large sum .would be-
crowd wore very busy buying during the
Mayor's spcocii, and the band outsido also
nmdo themselves hoard a groat deal. The
end of tlio speech was simply drowned, and
not a word could bo heard' at a distance of
ton feet from the speaker. The Mayor, how
ever, was Ijcard to say that lie had much
and thirsty on the platform, where a mini
ture restaurant was laid out in dainty fashion
by the members of the Red Cross Society.
The ladies in waiting wore Mesdames Ella,
Douglas, Dillon, Burns; Huxtable, Derreder,
Hart, Thirwell and Colley, and Misses Doug-
las (2), Hart, Smith; Huxtable (2), Young,
Stevenson, Reid; Bridger, Clark and Wilson.
and a very busy time was spent by the la-
dies.
Just below the platform was the soft
did considerable business with the small fry.
A Monte Carlo board was run by Messrs. Hor-
ace Bracey and Sproule. The shooting gal-
lery, which was accommodated in the room in
the front of the building, was under the sup- -
ervision of Messrs. Parker, J. Young, and E.
Young; and fair business was done here.
Miss. Greenwood was very active in solicit
ing entrants for an art union in which a valu
able diamond ring was disposed of. She was
attired in Italian costume, and did exceed
ingly well, selling about 100 tickets. Misses
Jones and Ayling also did well with gum
number of school boys, under Mr. Gill, gave
an exhibition of squad drill, and received
a hearty reception.
The whole of the arrangements were in the
hands of the Red Cross Society, assisted by
a men's committee as follows:— Chairman,
Mr. A. E. Reay; treasurer, Mr. R. J. Burns;
secretaries, Messrs. T. Evans, J. A. Delaney,
and E. Bracey; committee, Messrs. Walsh,
Bryant, Douglas, Parker, Heins, S. Hoskins,
J. Padley, V. Madell, G. Heaydon, E. Goss; H.
Wright, A. Loan, R. Northey, J. Dixon, D.
Cullen, G. W. Delahunty, R. Ward, and G.
Langlands.
Prior to and after the opening, the Town
Band rendered band items outside and inside
the hall. The thanks of the committee are
also due to the "Trades Hall Society for the
use of the hall, Mr. Lean, who attended to
the engine, Mr. D. Cullen, for his services in
the hall, and Mr. A. E. Bruton, for the loan
of flags for decorating.
About 8.30 the Mayor, Aid. R. Pillans, de
clared the fair open, after the National An
them and "God Bless, Our Splendid Men"
had been sung. He apologised for Messrs.
Carr and Dooley, who were unableIe attend.
He urged all present to do their duty and to
be generous to the men who were giving their
all for our sake. He did not say "givo all,"
but he did say, "Give as your means allows
you; and give it willingly and cheerfully."
Lithgow had done exceedingly well up to the
thanked them for their generosity. He wish
ed to thank all who had contributed in any
way towards making the fair such a fine suc
cess, and hoped that a large sum would be
crowd were very busy buying during the
Mayor's speech, and the band outside also
made themselves heard a great deal. The
end of the speech was simply drowned, and
not a word could be heard at a distance of
ten feet from the speaker. The Mayor, how
ever, was heard to say that he had much
ALLIED NATIONS' FAIR. A PRETTY SHOW AND A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1915 page 6 2020-01-28 08:53 The -Russia n stall, was .draped with Russian
flags, . and the attendants .-wore, tlie quaint
Russian peasant costumes. Fruit; vegetables,
crockery, aiid"groccrics were on. sale, and sev
eral young ladies wero busy selling things by :
v charge was Mrs. Williams; her assistants -.be-;'
-ing- Missos Youglit,- Harris, Scoular,- ; and
McGailll..
Our new: ally,; Italy, was represented in a
pretty stall in .the corner. Here Mr. J. Pad-,
ley was in cliargo; His assistants, wore daint
ily dressed in- the . Italian style, and some
were very dark and pretty. : They gave every
body a lively: tiine7-witb; their " Won't y ou-
- take a -ticket for this?" and few could resist
their wiles. - The stall -contained pictures, mu- -
sical instvunicnts, books, music,- and other-
-iiickiiacks.a The assistants . were. Misses. Jones,
M. Lanib, Luxtou, Mays, -F. Tempone,' and
." The hoop-la. was in . the charge of Messrs.
vR; Schnlstad, Presslanrl, M; Rodham, and J.
. . Kirkwooil. . . This : portion of - the .show -was
well patronised; but it was ; absurdly , easy,.
" -and the board was soon stripped of its con
tents. -Tlio. lucky dips were "in: charge of throe
lads. Master: B. -.Young represented an Aus-
' tralian stockman, ;C. : Anson a; piorrot, and ;E.
Evans -an Indian.- The gipsy tent- was super-
. intended; by Mrs. Hartnup, , of Wallorawang,.
who told all and sundry their fate and. their
fortuno for a consideration. .
Refroslinionts. wero dispensed to the hungry
and thirsty on tlio platform, \wherc a- ininiar
The Russian stall, was draped with Russian
flags, and the attendants wore the quaint
Russian peasant costumes. Fruit, vegetables,
crockery, and groceries were on sale, and sev
eral young ladies were busy selling things by
charge was Mrs. Williams; her assistants be
ing Misses Vought, Harris, Scoular, and
McGann.
Our new ally, Italy, was represented in a
pretty stall in the corner. Here Mr. J. Pad-
ley was in charge. His assistants wore daint
ily dressed in the Italian style, and some
were very dark and pretty. They gave every
body a lively time with their " Won't you
take a ticket for this?" and few could resist
their wiles. The stall contained pictures, mu-
sical instruments, books, music, and other
nicknames. The assistants were Misses Jones,
M. Lamb, Luxton, Mays, F. Tempone, and
The hoop-la was in the charge of Messrs.
R. Schulstad, Pressland, M. Rodham, and J.
Kirkwood. This portion of the show was
well patronised, but it was absurdly easy,
and the board was soon stripped of its con
tents. The lucky dips were in charge of three
lads. Master: B. Young represented an Aus-
tralian stockman, C. Anson a pierrot, and E.
Evans an Indian. The gipsy tent was super-
intended by Mrs. Hartnup, of Wallerawang,
who told all and sundry their fate and their
fortune for a consideration.
Refreshments were dispensed to the hungry
and thirsty on the platform, \wherc a- ininiar
ALLIED NATIONS' FAIR. A PRETTY SHOW AND A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1915 page 6 2020-01-28 08:22 quite rcspcctablo sums realised on articles
; -donated by friends. This stall was in- charge
of Mrs. IT. Wright, her assistants being
Misses B. Basser, F. Basser, J. McCall, .Myra
Basscr, Gladys Young, I. McKinnon, T; Mul-
, Smith. : '
One of the biggest- and certainly the best
was in the charge. of ladies from Mort 's- Es
- goods, and- articles of a dcc.orativc nature.
Tlie Maj'oress, Mrs. R. Pillans/was in charge
of this stall, and was ably assisted by . the fob
. lowing ladies:; — Mesdamcs Knight, Dougli;-
ertyj Rowc, Rcid, Davis, Kershaw, Murray,
Casio; Taunton, Strong, and Missos Poole, Ker
shaw, Rowc, Yates, Davis,. Fox, E. Rowe, lla-
zcl,/ Green, and .Gardiner. _ The stall was drap
- . nice indeed. ,
The French stall stood out , prominently .
from the rest, on account of its height and. at
mittee are due to' Mr. and Mrs. Smith ' (Lith
gow post office), who- donated.: the wliolo I
structure to ; the fund. . It was prettily dec- I
orated with bunting, greenery, and butter- ,
flies. Great Britain, as the -ally of the
Frencli, was represented on the stall by.- a -life-'
worlied in -wattle. At this stall pot plants,
ferns, . flowers, and other articles of a like
nature wore sold, . wliilo vouncr ladies were
busy selling -buttonholes. Mrs. Butler was
in charge, and Mesdamcs Anson, Patcrson,
and the Misses II. McGuirc and G. Hewton:
. assisted. .-
quite respectable sums realised on articles
donated by friends. This stall was in charge
of Mrs. H. Wright, her assistants being
Misses B. Basser, F. Basser, J. McCall, Myra
Basser, Gladys Young, I. McKinnon, T. Mul-
Smith.
One of the biggest and certainly the best
was in the charge of ladies from Mort's Es
goods, and articles of a decorative nature.
The Mayoress, Mrs. R. Pillans, was in charge
of this stall, and was ably assisted by the following
lowing ladies: — Mesdames Knight, Dough
erty Rowe, Reid, Davis, Kershaw, Murray,
Casio, Taunton, Strong, and Misses Poole, Ker
shaw, Rowe, Yates, Davis, Fox, E. Rowe, Ha-
zel, Green, and Gardiner. The stall was drap
nice indeed.
The French stall stood out prominently
from the rest, on account of its height and at
mittee are due to Mr. and Mrs. Smith (Lith
gow post office), who donated the whole
structure to the fund. It was prettily dec-
orated with bunting, greenery, and butter-
flies. Great Britain, as the ally of the
Frenclh was represented on the stall by a life-
-size oil painting of a bulldog under a Union
worked in wattle. At this stall pot plants,
ferns, flowers, and other articles of a like
nature were sold, while young ladies were
busy selling buttonholes. Mrs. Butler was
in charge, and Mesdamcs Anson, Paterson,
and the Misses H. McGuire and G. Hewton
assisted.
ALLIED NATIONS' FAIR. A PRETTY SHOW AND A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1915 page 6 2020-01-28 08:12 The bachelors' stall, which represented:'
-.- Japan, -../looked exceedingly .pretty .. It -was
constructed to represent a Japanese faslioda,
and the ladies' in attendance were dressed
in Japanese stylo "and kept everyone on tho.
-move in their, neighborhood. Great' business-
was done hero in cigars, cigarettes, and other
accessories of "iny Lady Nicotine," while
shaving outfits,- etc., were drawn . for, and
The bachelors' stall, which represented
Japan, looked exceedingly pretty . It was
constructed to represent a Japanese fashoda,
and the ladies in attendance were dressed
in Japanese style and kept everyone on the
move in their, neighborhood. Great business
was done here in cigars, cigarettes, and other
accessories of "my Lady Nicotine," while
shaving outfits, etc., were drawn for, and
ALLIED NATIONS' FAIR. A PRETTY SHOW AND A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1915 page 6 2020-01-28 08:08 a small sum. The post-oliice was a very rustic
affair of; greenery and : flags, the post-ladies
being Misses D. Hart, Northey, and Barlinm,
form. Next door to tlie post office a bazaar-
like structuro reared; a cosmopolitan . head;
that is, tlio contents were cosmopolitan. Old
come from Colombo judging from liis color
and attire — but lie didn't — it was Mr. B.
Hart himself. HiB stall was not rushed, but
Next in order l'ouud: the hall :was the Britan
nia stall. Fancy goods, .including", dolls and
dames 'T. Wilson, Ross, J. T. Wilson, T. .M;
Rodham, and Brown and Misses Layeock (Be- :
ga), Ross, Ilodgo, Lew, Mooro, did; good
' The bachelors' stall, which represented:'
a small sum. The post-offiice was a very rustic
affair of greenery and flags, the post-ladies
being Misses D. Hart, Northey, and Barham,
form. Next door to the post office a bazaar-
like structure reared a cosmopolitan head;
that is, the contents were cosmopolitan. Old
come from Colombo judging from his color
and attire — but he didn't — it was Mr. B.
Hart himself. His stall was not rushed, but
Next in order round the hall was the Britan
nia stall. Fancy goods, including, dolls and
dames T. Wilson, Ross, J. T. Wilson, T. M.
Rodham, and Brown and Misses Laycock (Be-
ga), Ross, Hodge, Lew, Moore, did good
The bachelors' stall, which represented:'
ALLIED NATIONS' FAIR. A PRETTY SHOW AND A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1915 page 6 2020-01-28 08:00 -Smith (in charge), and Misses Huxtablc, Mor
ton, Sandoll, Taunton, - Cnrroll, Winter, Con
was the Irislr stall. This was appropriately
draped in omerald.grcsii, and attended by
and sundry, -and a great business was done.
The /ladies 'in ' attendance here were Misses
Gilliganj Wardlc (2), Rodham, Phillips, Itud-
land, Davis,: Freestone, Ilolt, Rayncr, Dallas,
and Mrs. Furnell. '
- - The spinning jenny, was in- charge -of- Mr.
Furnell and Mr. Davcy, while Mr. ' II. Walsh
shocked every body with his electric -coil for .
Smith (in charge), and Misses Huxtablc, Mor
ton, Sandoll, Taunton, Carroll, Winter, Con
was the Irish stall. This was appropriately
draped in emerald green, and attended by
and sundry, and a great business was done.
The ladies in attendance here were Misses
Gilligan, Wardle (2), Rodham, Phillips, Rud-
land, Davis, Freestone, Holt, Rayner, Dallas,
and Mrs. Furnell.
The spinning jenny was in charge of Mr.
Furnell and Mr. Davey, while Mr. H. Walsh
shocked every body with his electric coil for
ALLIED NATIONS' FAIR. A PRETTY SHOW AND A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1915 page 6 2020-01-27 19:32 " - - SUCCESS.
Tho Allied Nations' Fair, under tlio auspicos
night in the Trades Ilall, amidst much cntlnu
As soon as the doors were opened -a rush , was
. made, oil the various stalls. : -
. Inside the hall the sight was one: of . be
wildering beauty. Each stall. and its attend-
/ nuts were dressed to represent ono of the Al-
. -lies, the stalls being draped in the colors and
Hags of the nation, and the attendants being
dressed in the national drcss. Just inside,
. the door stood the Australian stall, on which
was 'displayed all manner of fnncy goods. The
attendants were attired -in - khaki costumes,
-.with" "military cut blouses of smart appear-
iinco. The ladies ill attendance were: Miss
SUCCESS.
The Allied Nations' Fair, under the auspices
night in the Trades Hall, amidst much enthusiasm
As soon as the doors were opened a rush was
made on the various stalls.
Inside the hall the sight was one of be
wildering beauty. Each stall and its attend-
ants were dressed to represent one of the Al-
lies, the stalls being draped in the colors and
flags of the nation, and the attendants being
dressed in the national dress. Just inside,
the door stood the Australian stall, on which
was displayed all manner of fancy goods. The
attendants were attired in khaki costumes,
with military cut blouses of smart appear-
once. The ladies ill attendance were: Miss

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