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1 JohnWarren 4,456,392
2 NeilHamilton 3,059,991
3 noelwoodhouse 2,920,168
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,146,139
...
1040 annagreen 28,094
1041 redrod 28,056
1042 kdavis 28,038
1043 Greg-DAVIS 28,035
1044 Temika 27,967
1045 Faith81 27,954

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May 2017 1,668
April 2017 1,192
March 2017 1,086
February 2017 1,402
January 2017 870
December 2016 71
November 2016 204
October 2016 791
September 2016 517
August 2016 228
July 2016 166
June 2016 344
May 2016 103
April 2016 247
March 2016 628
February 2016 169
January 2016 45
November 2015 61
October 2015 98
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July 2015 112
June 2015 78
May 2015 250
April 2015 296
March 2015 76
February 2015 419
January 2015 442
December 2014 219
November 2014 697
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August 2014 471
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June 2014 117
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April 2014 226
March 2014 435
February 2014 111
January 2014 795
December 2013 380
November 2013 304
October 2013 394
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July 2013 190
June 2013 315
May 2013 153
April 2013 441
March 2013 474
February 2013 301
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December 2012 257
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September 2012 173
August 2012 245
July 2012 233
June 2012 372
May 2012 155
April 2012 190
March 2012 382
February 2012 114
January 2012 135
December 2011 272
November 2011 21
October 2011 360
September 2011 25
August 2011 80
July 2011 635
June 2011 802
May 2011 556
April 2011 1,379
March 2011 1,069
February 2011 211
January 2011 205
December 2010 357
November 2010 42
September 2010 14
April 2010 3
January 2010 84

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,456,361
2 NeilHamilton 3,059,991
3 noelwoodhouse 2,920,168
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,146,134
...
1038 annagreen 28,094
1039 redrod 28,056
1040 kdavis 28,038
1041 Greg-DAVIS 28,028
1042 Temika 27,967
1043 Faith81 27,954

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Corrections by month

May 2017 1,668
April 2017 1,192
March 2017 1,086
February 2017 1,402
January 2017 870
December 2016 71
November 2016 204
October 2016 791
September 2016 517
August 2016 221
July 2016 166
June 2016 344
May 2016 103
April 2016 247
March 2016 628
February 2016 169
January 2016 45
November 2015 61
October 2015 98
September 2015 28
August 2015 7
July 2015 112
June 2015 78
May 2015 250
April 2015 296
March 2015 76
February 2015 419
January 2015 442
December 2014 219
November 2014 697
October 2014 397
September 2014 161
August 2014 471
July 2014 492
June 2014 117
May 2014 166
April 2014 226
March 2014 435
February 2014 111
January 2014 795
December 2013 380
November 2013 304
October 2013 394
September 2013 239
August 2013 190
July 2013 190
June 2013 315
May 2013 153
April 2013 441
March 2013 474
February 2013 301
January 2013 133
December 2012 257
November 2012 91
October 2012 174
September 2012 173
August 2012 245
July 2012 233
June 2012 372
May 2012 155
April 2012 190
March 2012 382
February 2012 114
January 2012 135
December 2011 272
November 2011 21
October 2011 360
September 2011 25
August 2011 80
July 2011 635
June 2011 802
May 2011 556
April 2011 1,379
March 2011 1,069
February 2011 211
January 2011 205
December 2010 357
November 2010 42
September 2010 14
April 2010 3
January 2010 84

Hall o' fame ranking

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1 jaybee67 82,274
2 mickbrook 82,039
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,155
5 EricTheRed 20,242
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972 glendars1963 7
973 grayfion 7
974 Greengecko29 7
975 Greg-DAVIS 7
976 greggiebear 7
977 hamfix 7

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BOGANTUNGAN. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 30 May 1903 [Issue No.22] page 36 2017-05-21 20:55 Mr. Thomas Fletcher, the pioneer selector
of this locality, passed away on Tuesday
last at the age of seventy-five years.
Mr. Thomas Fletcher, the pioneer selec-
tor of this locality, passed away on Tues-
day last at the age of seventy-five years.
BOGANTUNGAN. (From Our Own Correspondent.) (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Saturday 23 May 1903 [Issue No.11,692] page 7 2017-05-21 20:27 (From Our-Own Correspondent;)'
Mr. Thomas Fletcher. the pioneer selector
He came here nearly twenty-five years ugo
Boganrungun, 21dt May, 1903.
(From Our Own Correspondent.)
Mr. Thomas Fletcher, the pioneer selec-
tor of this locality, passed away on Tues-
He came here nearly twenty-five years ago
Bogantungun, 21st May, 1903.
PROBATE. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Monday 10 January 1916 [Issue No.7804] page 4 2017-05-21 09:50 ; PROBATE... .. . .v.
: t , Probato In the (will .6T:the..late,Mcir-
garet 'Aldnd, formerly' of Toowppmtja, .
willow;' (has been1 granted . to. Martha
E.:, Leslie (wife 'or Afexandpr.S-' .iLes-:
lie), Helen G. Woolcock,'',Rockhamn,-.'.
.ten, widow; and Frank- "J< Paterson,
Tobwoomba, engineer-'' and- surveyor.
. RealtKjand personalty,;' .'£48.08; - '
PROBATE.
Probate in the will of the late Mar-
garet Aland, formerly of Toowoomba,
widow, has been granted to Martha
E. Leslie (wife of Alexander S. Les-
lie), Helen G. Woolcock, Rockhamp-
ton, widow, and Frank J. Paterson,
Toowoomba, engineer' and surveyor.
Realty and personalty, £4808.
THE LATE MR. ROBERT ALAND. MEMORIAL SERVICE LAST EVENING. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Monday 28 March 1904 [Issue No.11092] page 2 2017-05-21 09:06 THE LATE MR.BB ROBERT
MEMORIAL SERVICE LAiST
Last evening the Methodist Church ;
congregation Jfliat liad assembled to hear
a -memorial Bsrinon on the la'tc Mr.
Robart Aland preached by the Rev. J.
G. -Martin. The pulpit was draped in
black, and there wore a number of beau
tiful florai, -wreatlis. The rev. gentle
'Thanks be unto God wliich gave 113 tho
victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.'
1 Cor., 15th ch. 57-th verso. In tho
course, of his remarks he said: — The ?
Great* Reaper, -whom we call Death, haB
again put in' Iris sickle and gathered
from this Church another sheai for the
harvest of —Eternity. The bearded
spring, has this time been the object of ,
the Reaper's visitation. . Sometimes we
almost resent his appearance as ho cnlls
when he comes rto the ripened field and
says, 'This is ready for the reaping, wo
can only accept His presence with resig
nation. In such spirit, therefore, do wo
accept what appears to us to be a calam
Church in .Chras'taan service. A living
writjer. has said that wo, are all travellers,
from the cradle to the. grave, and tlie
great fact of. life is death, and the con- .
nearer to tho other' world- . Our dear
rkmd, whose loss we mourn,- 'has. trans
ferred his interests to- that other world
where 'he will ' prove . in. ever widening
'the life eternal. Mr. Robert Aland was
throughout liis lifetiihe in association
with tho Methodist Church. For tMrty
e.:jjht vcars he was a morhbor and nffirv--
bearsr of the Church in Toowoomiba. In
tho early days, when the congregation
worshipped in a smaller building 'in the
same street, Mr; Aland frequently occu
pied tho -pulpit on Sundays in the ab
s;nco. of tile -minister.' ?' It was' mainly
THE LATE MR. ROBERT
MEMORIAL SERVICE LAST
Last evening the Methodist Church
congregation that had assembled to hear
a memorial sermon on the late Mr.
Robert Aland preached by the Rev. J.
G. Martin. The pulpit was draped in
black, and there were a number of beau-
tiful floral, wreaths. The rev. gentle-
"Thanks be unto God which gave us the
victory through our Lord Jesus Christ."
1 Cor., 15th ch. 57th verse. In the
course of his remarks he said: — The
Great Reaper, whom we call Death, has
again put in his sickle and gathered
from this Church another sheaf for the
harvest of Eternity. The bearded
spring, has this time been the object of
the Reaper's visitation. Sometimes we
almost resent his appearance as he calls
when he comes to the ripened field and
says, 'This is ready for the reaping, we
can only accept His presence with resig-
nation. In such spirit, therefore, do we
accept what appears to us to be a calam-
Church in Christian service. A living
writer has said that we are all travellers,
from the cradle to the grave, and the
great fact of life is death, and the cen- .
nearer to the other world. Our dear
friend, whose loss we mourn, has trans-
ferred his interests to that other world
where he will prove in ever widening
the life eternal. Mr. Robert Aland was
throughout his lifetime in association
with the Methodist Church. For thirty-
eight years he was a member and office-
bearer of the Church in Toowoomba. In
the early days, when the congregation
worshipped in a smaller building in the
same street, Mr. Aland frequently occu-
pied the pulpit on Sundays in the ab-
sence of the minister.' ?' It was' mainly
DEATH OF MR. ARTHUR WOOL-COCK. (Article), The Evening Telegraph (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1901 - 1921), Friday 24 April 1908 [Issue No.2136] page 2 2017-05-21 08:22 DEATH OF MR, ARTHUR .WOOL-
'the many iriends ol Mr. -and Mrs
-Arthur \\ ooicock will regret to
learn ot Mr. WooicocK's doath
wluoh occurred at -an early hour
yesterday, at -his residence, v'Miva,"
uenham street, (days the KocKham-
ptoa Record of Saturday last) Mr-
»»OOlCUCh- wlln vmie
, — — <1 H iUlMiCl.J- iUi,
muuy years in the service1 01 the
DbJott Bank, and ol the London
Chartered Bank, in Townsvili©" qtwi
Charters loweis, and other north
ern centres, has resided in Rocfe
hauipton for nearly twelve years,
and dunng part ol tho -time uiiod'
the position ol accountant at tho
office of. the Harbor Board. For
cock's health has been most unsatr
£facJ?rV» ancl during tho past six
friends serious uneasiness, so .that hid
death was not unexpectr
iod. Mr. Woolcock cornea
have been resident iu Queensland tor
Cornwall, 54 years ago. Mr. Wool
Mr. Raff of thc Customs Depart
ment, Mr. Ken-, who is fi tho \Viar-
den's Office at Herbertou, atrrl the
youngest boy, WUlie, who is at
loowoomba. Mr. Wooicock's sister
man, and -his brothers Mr. Wfiliam,
formerly Postmostei ihere, and now
at Chapters lowers, Mr. Kicnaxd, of
John, barnster-at-iaw, Brisbane.
DEATH OF MR, ARTHUR WOOL-
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Woolcock will regret to
learn of Mr. WoolcocK's death
which occurred at an early hour
yesterday, at his residence, "Miva,"
Denham street, (Says the Rockham-
pton Record of Saturday last) Mr.
Woolcock, who was formerly for
many years in the service of the
Union Bank, and of the London
Chartered Bank, in Townsville and
Charters Towers, and other north-
ern centres, has resided in Rock-
hampton for nearly twelve years,
and during part of the time filled
the position of accountant at the
office of the Harbor Board. For
cock's health has been most unsat-
isfactory, and during the past six
friends serious uneasiness, so that his
death was not unexpect-
ed. Mr. Woolcock comes
have been resident in Queensland tor
Cornwall, 54 years ago. Mr. Wool-
Mr. Raff of the Customs Depart-
ment, Mr. Ken, who is at the War-
den's Office at Herberton, and the
youngest boy, Willie, who is at
Toowoomba. Mr. Woolcock's sister
man, and his brothers Mr. William,
formerly Postmaster here, and now
at Chapters Towers, Mr. Richard, of
John, barrister-at-law, Brisbane.
PERSONAL. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Wednesday 29 April 1908 [Issue No.8,307] page 5 2017-05-21 08:04 Mr. Arthur Woolcock died in Rock
pape'r.) At one time he was manager
of the Townsville branch of the Lon
twelve years past had been 11 resi
dent of 'Rockhampton, and during
For a. long time Mr. Woolcock 's
as to cause his friends serious un
oasineBS, sv that his death was not
unexpected. Deceued was the second
son of the late Rev. William Wooi
Robert Aland (at one time , one of
the members for Drayton and Too
and she, with three sons, survives de
ceased. ? -
Mr. Arthur Woolcock died in Rock-
paper.) At one time he was manager
of the Townsville branch of the Lon-
twelve years past had been a resi-
dent of Rockhampton, and during
For a long time Mr. Woolcock 's
as to cause his friends serious un-
easiness, so that his death was not
unexpected. Deceaed was the second
son of the late Rev. William Wool-
Robert Aland (at one time one of
the members for Drayton and Too-
and she, with three sons, survives de-
ceased.
DEATH OF MR. ARTHUR WOOLCOCK. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Friday 17 April 1908 [Issue No.13564] page 4 2017-05-21 07:29 fnuATii oí'- MK. Ain'iinn wonuocK.
Mr. Arthur Wooleoek, for a number of
roars nxicuiuifatit of the Harbour Hoard,
.liiil carly thia moiiiiug. Thc funeral will
cave Mr. Woolcork's late residence, 2(13,
?)i uliani-strcct, at five o'clock this oiler
.lOOII.
DEATH OF MR. ARTHUR WOOLCOCK.
Mr. Arthur Woolcock, for a number of
years accountant of the Harbour Board,
died early this morning. The funeral will
leave Mr. Woolcork's late residence, 263,
Denham-street, at five o'clock this after-
noon.
LOWOOD. Monday. (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Wednesday 25 November 1931 [Issue No.14256] page 10 2017-05-20 21:58 Death of Mr. F. Kasulke.-On Wed
nesday e-rueing Ihe death occurred rt
his home, Wallter-slreel. Loowood, of
Mr. F. G. A. Kasilke. lIe osni teen
alling far 10 weeks. T'hme tlet r.
Kasulke was bltrn in loittmmetn. Gemr
many, on March 31. 1O5i. lie wa anhe
youngest son of a family o fo.'r sons
and a daughter of Mr. and Tires.
C'risliek Iasaulke. Pmoterin. In 1887
he and Mr. Erntit Dieanger. elont
Tarampa. left Germany for Austritlia
In tie ship. "Durunda," and arrived in
Briskana on May 4. Tie worked in thO
1.-oond. Mindeen. and Taranipa die
lricel. In l8uT hie mnrried Mrs. Eliza
Smallirnie fwivils eof Ike late Mr.
Inrnes Smaleoom I), and lived at
Glaimiostgan Vale. tenlil recently, m-h en
le ri-ired enFom fat.'" life. anid wiltl his
wlfe -nsat to live at T.ownle. lie pro'
ed himsilr a fint. imilainist. It' teas-es
his widow, aged t2 years. The feneral
left his late realdencc.on-Tborodanv a!.
Rev. J. J.T. Wilson conducted the ser
vice. The pall bearers were. Mlessrs.
Dracgcr, J. R. Snmallwood, E. C. Nunn,
Jun., and A. J.. Smallwood.
Death of Mr. F. Kasulke.-On Wed-
nesday evening the death occurred at
his home, Walter-street, Loowood, of
Mr. F. G. A. Kasulke. He had been
ailing far 10 weeks. The late Mr.
Kasulke was born in Pommern, Ger-
many, on March 31, 1859. He was the
youngest son of a family of four sons
and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Crislieb Kasulke, Pommern. In 1887
he and Mr. Ernst Draeger, Mount
Tarampa, left Germany for Australia
in the ship "Durunda," and arrived in
Brisbane on May 4. He worked in the
Lowood, Minden, and Tarampa dis-
tricts. In 1892 he married Mrs. Eliza
Smallwood (widow of the late Mr.
James Smallwood), and lived at
Glamorgan Vale, until recently, when
he retried from farm life and with his
wife came to live at Lowood. He prov-
ed himself a fine colonist. He leaves
his widow, aged 82 years. The funeral
left his late residence on Tuesday af-
Rev. J. J. Wilson conducted the ser-
vice. The pall bearers were, Messrs.
Draeger, J. R. Smallwood, E. C. Nunn,
Jun., and A. J. Smallwood.
FUNERAL NOTICE. (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Wednesday 9 July 1913 [Issue No.8807] page 5 2017-05-20 21:28 FUNERATL NOTICE.
'In another part of this issue.notices
and Mrs. Kasulke; of Glamorgan
Vale; alko the friends of Messrs. J.lames,
George, asnd Joseph Smallwood and
Miess .Eliza Smallwood, of Fernvalo,
and of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Nunn.
oe Lowood, to attend the funeral of
wil leave Glamorgan Vale at 11 a.m.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
In another part of this issue notices
and Mrs. Kasulke, of Glamorgan
Vale; also the friends of Messrs. James,
George, and Joseph Smallwood and
Miss Eliza Smallwood, of Fernvale,
and of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. NUNN,
of Lowood, to attend the funeral of
will leave Glamorgan Vale at 11 a.m.
SEPARATION. (Article), Northern Argus (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1865 - 1874), Saturday 11 December 1869 [Issue No.953] page 2 2017-05-20 09:27 having broken into the houao of Mary Ann Wakefield,
and assaulting her with intent to oommit rape. Tho
further evidence adduced wbb not of a satisfactory na
ture, and the obbo was dismissed. :
having broken into the house of Mary Ann Wakefield,
and assaulting her with intent to commit rape. The
further evidence adduced was not of a satisfactory na-
ture, and the case was dismissed.

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