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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,414,787
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,361
3 noelwoodhouse 2,883,745
4 annmanley 2,236,403
5 John.F.Hall 2,113,433
...
1071 inkspot 26,567
1072 nyteowl 26,535
1073 rosb 26,512
1074 Greg-DAVIS 26,262
1075 triggerhippie 26,257
1076 glbowen 26,254

26,262 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 1,087
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
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

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,414,756
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,361
3 noelwoodhouse 2,883,745
4 annmanley 2,236,333
5 John.F.Hall 2,113,428
...
1070 rosb 26,512
1071 nyteowl 26,314
1072 triggerhippie 26,257
1073 Greg-DAVIS 26,255
1074 glbowen 26,254
1075 bevj88 26,238

26,255 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 1,087
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

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,697
2 jaybee67 68,803
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,645
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
926 glendars1963 7
927 grayfion 7
928 Greengecko29 7
929 Greg-DAVIS 7
930 greggiebear 7
931 hamfix 7

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OBITUARY (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Friday 11 February 1944 [Issue No.22,440] page 2 2017-04-27 17:47 'MR. J. M. ENGLAND — One of
the earliest settlers of South lsis.
In the person of Mr. John Mit
the Maryborough General Hospi
age of 88 years (writes our Chil
defs correspondents He took ill
while on a visit to his son ol
days ago. During his term ot resi
jaie ivn. iLugituiu ^uui uh u ftj-M*.'
did record ot community service.
He was 01:2 of those sterling pio
a vital influence in the commun
ity in which he was hold in the
from England in the sailing ship.
Duke of Athole, landing in Her
vey Bay in May, 1881. He pro
secured work., later taking to
farming pursuits near the? town
ship. In January. 1883, he was
married to Mi« Caroline Town,
and tiwo months later they selec
was there they made their home,
potential industry, Mr, England
will to succeed. He was One who |
after its closure supplied tne
look a keen interest in the scien
tific side and many years ago ex
cane of his own. propagation from
the stock of Q.813- This cane be
Throughout his Jong and use
ful life, the Jate M-r. England was
a staunch adherent of the Metho
dist Church and played « lead
the family history were the gol
den wedding celebration in Feb
ruary, 1933. and the diamond
jubilee celebrated in January.
1&43. Mrs. England survives, and
Mr. Percy Ensland 'Yerra), Mes
dames S. D. Bolton (South Isis).
J. Carey (Biggenden). 1
MR. J. M. ENGLAND — One of
the earliest settlers of South lsis,
in the person of Mr. John Mit-
the Maryborough General Hospi-
age of 88 years (writes our Chil-
ders correspondent). He took ill
while on a visit to his son at
days ago. During his term of resi-
late Mr. England built up a splen-
did record of community service.
He was one of those sterling pio-
a vital influence in the commun-
ity in which he was held in the
from England in the sailing ship,
Duke of Athole, landing in Her-
vey Bay in May, 1881. He pro-
secured work later taking to
farming pursuits near the town-
ship. In January, 1883, he was
married to Miss Caroline Town,
and two months later they selec-
was there they made their home.
potential industry, Mr. England
recognised its future and entered
will to succeed. He was one who
after its closure supplied the
look a keen interest in the scien-
tific side and many years ago ex-
cane of his own propagation from
the stock of Q.813 This cane be-
Throughout his long and use-
ful life, the late Mr. England was
a staunch adherent of the Metho-
dist Church and played a lead-
the family history were the gol-
den wedding celebration in Feb-
ruary, 1933, and the diamond
jubilee celebrated in January
1943. Mrs. England survives, and
Mr. Percy England (Yerra), Mes-
dames S. D. Bolton (South Isis),
J. Carey (Biggenden).
Family Notices (Family Notices), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Monday 9 July 1945 [Issue No.22,877] page 2 2017-04-27 11:29 late Caroline England are re
spectfully invited ,. to. attend her
t Monday) aftemcon after service
late Caroline England are re-
spectfully invited to attend her
(Monday) afternoon after service
OBITUARY (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Wednesday 18 July 1945 [Issue No.22,885] page 5 2017-04-27 11:23 MKS. V. ENGLAND. — Our
Chilflers corre.-pondent writ-\s: A
link with tho early pioneering
days of tin Lis Scrub Ins been
severed by the death of Mr;.. Caro
line England, aueii H4 years. Tho
oe-eased lady left the Old Coun
try in 188) on the s. . Rojna an i
arriv»d at Rockhamplon wlu-re
sne tran-krred to a coastal boat
ueund lor Mar- borouuh. She was
married lo Mr. John Ennlan:1. :n
months later L'ame to Soulh Lis
where they '.elected land. Mr.
England was one of the first cam
Die cicntilic sioe of cane produc
tion. Throughout their long per
iod of residene in the Lis, ex
ttir'.ing over CO years, the hie
m the higho-t esteem. They wore
?.?launch adherents of the Mclh- |
odist Church, and tluir home ot i
South Is is wa for many } ears the;
meeting pl'ice for worshippers, i
They celebrated their polden j
wedding in 103^ and diamond
jubilee in 1943. Mr. England dhd;
in February last year, and Mrs. i
England then went lo live n
Mar- boroush. Eiplit weeks a'-o
rhe proceeded lo Bi^gendrn. bill
took ill on the -~'^y of her ar
rival and entered Biggenden 'Hos-
pital where -.he passed away on
Sunday la I. I
The members of the familv sur- 1
viving are Mr. Percy EnuHnd ,
fYirraK Mesdames S. D. B dion I
'South Isis-. G. V. Marlin (Goon- j
diwindi) and J. Clarey (B'gqcn- j
den-. I
MRS. C. ENGLAND. — Our
Childers correspondent writes: A
link with the early pioneering
days of the Isis Scrub has been
severed by the death of Mrs. Caro-
line England, aged 84 years. The
deceased lady left the Old Coun-
try in 1881 on the Roma and
arrived at Rockhampton where
she transferred to a coastal boat
bound for Maryborough. She was
married to Mr. John England in
months later came to South Isis
where they selected land. Mr.
England was one of the first cane
the scientific size of cane produc-
tion. Throughout their long per-
iod of residence in the Isis, ex-
tending over 60 years, the late
in the highest esteem. They were
staunch adherents of the Melh-
odist Church, and their home at
South Isis was for many years the
meeting place for worshippers.
They celebrated their golden
wedding in 1933 and diamond
jubilee in 1943. Mr. England died
in February last year, and Mrs.
England then went lo live in
Maryborough. Eight weeks ago
she proceeded to Biggenden, but
took ill on the day of her ar-
rival and entered Biggenden Hos-
pital where she passed away on
Sunday last.
The members of the family sur-
viving are Mr. Percy England
(Yerra), Mesdames S. D. Bolton
(South Isis). G. V. Martin (Goon-
diwindi) and J. Clarey (Bigqen-
den).
A NEGLECTED CHILD. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Saturday 8 January 1927 [Issue No.19460] page 8 2017-04-27 08:51
PERSONAL. (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Saturday 13 October 1923 [Issue No.11,533] page 10 2017-04-27 08:08 pioneering life of this State. The de
(Kentville); Messrs. George and Al
bert Gill (Forest Hill), and R. D.
was killed in action at Pozieres dur
great-grandchildren. Two brothers.
the remains being laid to rest along
ciated at the graveside. Six grand
M. F. Heenan-acted as pall-bearers
pioneering life of this State. The de-
(Kentville); Messrs. George and Al-
bert Gill (Forest Hill), and R. D.
was killed in action at Pozieres dur-
great-grandchildren. Two brothers,
the remains being laid to rest along-
ciated at the graveside. Six grand-
M. F. Heenan-acted as pall-bearers.
Wedding Bells. Bailey-Linton. (Article), The Western Champion (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1922 - 1937), Saturday 17 October 1925 [Issue No.1761] page 3 2017-04-27 07:52 (The following cases were dealt
with at the Loagreacfc PoHce Court
on "Thursday:-Denis Patrick Mur
phy, W. R- Williams, John Madden,
ranging from 30/ downward^ Two
P.M. that if they came before him
of treating them as habitual drunk
The following cases were dealt
with at the Longreach Police Court
on Thursday:-Denis Patrick Mur-
phy, W. R. Williams, John Madden,
ranging from 30/ downwards. Two
P. M. that if they came before him
of treating them as habitual drunk-
ELDERLY MAN BURNT TO DEATH. KINGAROY, Monday. (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Monday 25 July 1927 [Issue No.4534] page 1 2017-04-27 07:15 Yesterday morning residents of Ta
an elderly man, was in flames, Later
Yesterday morning residents of Ta-
an elderly man, was in flames. Later
(From the Brisbane Papers.) (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Thursday 23 September 1869 [Issue No.801] page 2 2017-04-26 19:56 followed a swarm .of bees into an adjoining
paddock shortly after the morning train passed,
and in afewminutes afterwards was discovered
' the head as if occasioned by a fall. It is not
followed a swarm of bees into an adjoining
paddock shortly after the morning train passed,
and in a few minutes afterwards was discovered
the head as if occasioned by a fall. It is not
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. (Article), Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), Thursday 16 September 1869 [Issue No.1139] page 2 2017-04-26 19:43 was discovered lying on the ground dead, witha light
cut on the hoed as if occasioned by a fall: It isot
considered necessary to hold an inquest on tbshj'dy,
as the evidence of Dr. Lossberg certifies to the aet of
was discovered lying on the ground dead, with a slight
cut on the hoed as if occasioned by a fall. It is not
considered necessary to hold an inquest on the body,
as the evidence of Dr. Lossberg certifies to the fact of
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier (Brisbane, Qld. : 1861 - 1864), Friday 14 February 1862 page 3 2017-04-26 17:28 BLUNT—SPINKS.—Oh the 3rd February, by
special licence, at St. John's Church, Brisbane, by
Ipswich to Eleanor Spinks, eldest daughter of R.
BLUNT—SPINKS.—On the 3rd February, by
special license, at St. John's Church, Brisbane, by
Ipswich, to Eleanor Spinks, eldest daughter of R.

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