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1 JohnWarren 4,508,184
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,973,600
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,777
...
1017 Rosiegoatgirl 29,190
1018 GillianHA 29,173
1019 culled 29,159
1020 Greg-DAVIS 29,158
1021 stephenbuchanan 29,136
1022 peteralbert 29,066

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December 2010 357
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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,153
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,973,600
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,772
...
1015 Rosiegoatgirl 29,189
1016 GillianHA 29,173
1017 culled 29,159
1018 Greg-DAVIS 29,151
1019 stephenbuchanan 29,123
1020 peteralbert 29,066

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June 2017 835
May 2017 1,956
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
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June 2016 344
May 2016 103
April 2016 247
March 2016 628
February 2016 169
January 2016 45
November 2015 61
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July 2015 112
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May 2015 250
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January 2015 442
December 2014 219
November 2014 697
October 2014 397
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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
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July 2013 190
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February 2013 301
January 2013 133
December 2012 257
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September 2012 173
August 2012 245
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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 jaybee67 97,289
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 28,193
5 EricTheRed 20,242
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1016 glendars1963 7
1017 grayfion 7
1018 Greengecko29 7
1019 Greg-DAVIS 7
1020 greggiebear 7
1021 hamfix 7

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 4 May 1925 [Issue No.27,247] page 10 2017-06-24 08:58 SHKPARD-In loving memor) of our dear mother,
who passed away Mar 4, 1024
Rest, darling mother 111) work ia o er.
Til) willing hand« shall toll no more,
On earth there s strife, in heaven rest
They miss jon most who loved )Oti best
Inserted by her loving eon and duughter in law,
Rupert and Violet Shepard, also grandchildren.
Alma Gert), and Thelma
May 4 11124
Just a memor) fond and true
lo show, dear mother, wo think of you
Inserted bv her loving daughter, son and grand
children, M M Porter, and L Sliepaid
SHEPARD-In loving memory of our dear mother,
who passed away Mar 4, 1924
Rest, darling mother, thy work is o'er,
Thy willing hands shall toll no more,
On earth there s strife, in heaven rest,
They miss you most who loved you best.
Inserted by her loving son and daughter in law,
Rupert and Violet Shepard, also grandchildren,
Alma, Gerty, and Thelma.
May 4, 1924.
Just a memory fond and true
To show, dear mother, we think of you.
Inserted by her loving daughter, son and grand-
children, M. M. Porter, and L Shepard.
The Brisbane Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, May 26, 1879. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 26 May 1879 [Issue No.3,750] page 2 2017-06-24 08:25 a very serious accideur, which it is feared will
out to the racecourse ou a young horse recently
purchased hy him. Just as he was about to start
for home, aud before he was properly seated in
furiouBiy, and threw him with great force on to
Borne stones. It was ascertained that his head
unfortunate Bufferer has completely lost the use
of his limbs, and last evening was in a very pre
a very serious accident, which it is feared will
out to the racecourse on a young horse recently
purchased by him. Just as he was about to start
for home, and before he was properly seated in
furiously, and threw him with great force on to
some stones. It was ascertained that his head
unfortunate sufferer has completely lost the use
of his limbs, and last evening was in a very pre-
Supreme Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Tuesday 7 December 1875 [Issue No.2,667] page 3 2017-06-24 08:07 Crown, and the prisoner was defended hy Mr.
The facts of tho case, as elicited by the evi-
dence for the prosecution, are briefly theso :?
Tho prisoner, about a week before tho time at
which he is charged with having committed thc
erected there. Ou the evening of tho 1st, at
ployment, and ono witness deposed to having seen
about nine o'clock that woning. Ciitherino Kier-
nan, a servant in Mr, Ramsay's employ, stated
was passing down a passage at the rear of tho
shop, between the kitchen aud tho store-room,
when she saw tho prisoner in the latter place
in ono hand nnd some meat in tho other ; the
prisoner, on seeing her, threw down tho meat
there was no light in tho store-room except tho
match and tho light which shone from the
kitchen opposite ; next morning sdie gavo infor-
mation to tho salesman in the shop, who ex-
the houso was searched; prisoner wa3
liviug in lodgings in Elizabeth-street, and
the house in which ho resided faced
seven yardB from tho thoroughfare, and sepa-
the shop. The prisoner, nt the time it was
aud the leg of mutton ; was not positive about
employer. It was also stated in oviilenco that
committed. Two witnesses were called for tho
defence, one of whom (Mr. Ramsay's clerk), do
premises at nine o'clock on tho evening of
was called to give evidence us to character,
stated that tho prisoner had been iu tho employ
of ono Cnn, aa storeman, for tho last six or Beven
honesty, nor had he ever heard anythiug against
Mr. Pnisa, in addressing tho jury, although
throwing no doubt on the veracity of tho ser-
vant girl who said in evidence that shu had seen
nuder the houso where prisoner lodged, there
their conlidencc in the powers of observation of
prisoner was tho man she saw there, they had
" Not guilty," aud the prisoner was discharged.
Crown, and the prisoner was defended by Mr.
The facts of the case, as elicited by the evi-
dence for the prosecution, are briefly these :-
The prisoner, about a week before the time at
which he is charged with having committed the
erected there. On the evening of the 1st, at
ployment, and one witness deposed to having seen
about nine o'clock that evening. Catherine Kier-
nan, a servant in Mr. Ramsay's employ, stated
was passing down a passage at the rear of the
shop, between the kitchen and the store-room,
when she saw the prisoner in the latter place
in one hand and some meat in the other ; the
prisoner, on seeing her, threw down the meat
there was no light in the store-room except the
match and the light which shone from the
kitchen opposite ; next morning she gave infor-
mation to the salesman in the shop, who ex-
the house was searched; prisoner was
living in lodgings in Elizabeth-street, and
the house in which he resided faced
seven yards from the thoroughfare, and sepa-
the shop. The prisoner, at the time it was
and the leg of mutton ; was not positive about
employer. It was also stated in evidence that
committed. Two witnesses were called for the
defence, one of whom (Mr. Ramsay's clerk), de-
premises at nine o'clock on the evening of
was called to give evidence as to character,
stated that the prisoner had been in the employ
of one firm, as storeman, for the last six or seven
honesty, nor had he ever heard anything against
Mr. Pring, in addressing the jury, although
throwing no doubt on the veracity of the ser-
vant girl who said in evidence that she had seen
under the house where prisoner lodged, there
their confidence in the powers of observation of
prisoner was the man she saw there, they had
" Not guilty," and the prisoner was discharged.
TRUTH TO TELL PEEPS THROUGH SOME KEYHOLES: (Article), Truth (Brisbane, Qld. : 1900 - 1954), Sunday 23 December 1951 [Issue No.2700] page 6 2017-06-24 07:43 of her family (.last heard
of in The Valley, Bris
bane, in'I914) is made by
Oaks, Camden, NJ3.W.
brothers John and Nor
sought by his uncle,. R. S.
Shepard, of same address..
of her family (last heard
of in The Valley, Bris-
bane, in I914) is made by
Oaks, Camden, N.S.W.
brothers John and Nor-
sought by his uncle, R. S.
Shepard, of same address.
SCHOOL TEACHERS TRANSFERRED. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 6 February 1926 [Issue No.5990] page 18 2017-06-22 20:48 teachers were announced at the Depart-<*>
Leslie W.Bailey, from h.t. at Jundah to
b.t. at Walla ville; John I. Bourne, from
avt. Nundah to h.t. Kingsthorpe; Jaaeph
East; William C. Hinsou, from h.t. Tolga
to h.t. Queenton; Cyril C. W. Home,
from h.t. Fraxerview to b.t. Pinnacle;
Daniel F. L. Kerrigan, from h.t. Butler
Peeck, from h.t. Milmerran to h.t. Green
from a.t. Rockhampton North to a.t. Rock
Creek to h.t. Korenau; May A.
F>. Tadman, from h.t. Woodend to a.t.
Arthur O. C. Davies has been read
5. and appointed as head master of thi
Ol.i. _..,*.„.. 1 _.* V....«_.w
-* Muriel E. Stainer (Mrs.) has been re
admitted as a teacher of Class 111. Divi
in the Stato school at Bundaberg West,
teachers were announced at the Depart-
Leslie W. Bailey, from h.t. at Jundah to
h.t. at Wallaville; John F. Bourne, from
a.t. Nundah to h.t. Kingsthorpe; Joseph
East; William C. Hinson, from h.t. Tolga
to h.t. Queenton; Cyril C. W. Horne,
from h.t. Frazerview to h.t. Pinnacle;
Daniel F. L. Kerrigan, from h.t. Butler-
Peeck, from h.t. Milmerran to h.t. Green-
from a.t. Rockhampton North to a.t. Rock-
Creek to h.t. Korenan; May A.
E. Tadman, from h.t. Woodend to a.t.
Arthur O. C. Davies has been read-
5. and appointed as head master of the
State school at Frazerview.
Muriel E. Stainer (Mrs.) has been re-
admitted as a teacher of Class 111. Divi-
in the State school at Bundaberg West.
MR GEORGE MACKAY. (Article), The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956), Thursday 21 January 1937 [Issue No.368] page 25 2017-06-22 20:26
PROBATE GRANTED. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 11 February 1913 [Issue No.15079] page 6 2017-06-22 10:40 In tho will of William Mackay, lat« of
Gladstone, freeholder, who died on thc
Slh of July, 1012, probate wae yesterday
granted by the Registrar Of tho Supreme
Court, Mr. J. R. Gair, to MoTy Ann Lucy
Cotes, of South Brisbane, George Young
William Mackay, of Mount Morgajr, tho
Tho realty was sworn at Under' £803 and
(he personalty at tinder £15. Mr. P. H.
Neilson, of Gladstone, was thc solicitor
tor thu executor..
In the will of William Mackay, late of
Gladstone, freeholder, who died on the
5th of July, 1912, probate was yesterday
granted by the Registrar of the Supreme
Court, Mr. J. R. Gair, to Mary Ann Lucy
Coles, of South Brisbane, George Young
William Mackay, of Mount Morgan, the
The realty was sworn at under £803 and
the personalty at tinder £15. Mr. F. H.
Neilson, of Gladstone, was the solicitor
tor the executor..
THE SUPREME COURT. Friday, 25th February, IN CHAMBERS. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Saturday 26 February 1898 [Issue No.10,488] page 5 2017-06-22 09:54 Gladstone - application on the part of Willian
Gladstone - application on the part of William
Second Tragedy On Keppel Sands Road Woman In Mt Morgan Party Killed (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 4 January 1938 [Issue No.22,289] page 6 2017-06-22 09:23 Party Killed j
fHE outing of a Mount Morgan tamil
ended in tragedy when Mrs Job
Fuller, 27, of Linedale Street, Moun
Morgan, died late yeaterday afternoo:
aa a reault of bead injuries received ii
aa accident on the Keppel Sands Road
It was the second fatality on this roai
during the week-end, a Rockhamptoi
Mrs Fuller was one of a party of I:
adults, three young girls, and fire chil
dren which had spent the Kew Year'i
week-end at Keppel Sande. With tin
exception of one man and a young girl
all thc party were cither members 01
William James MacKay, who hat
to visit his people at Mount Morgan
was driving thc truck when (he party
dirt, the truck lurched to thc side and
Mrs Fuller, who, with her O-wccks-old
the gide of the truck with her husband
hurried bark and found Mrs Fuller, who
WSB MB sister, lying at th« roadside
I Tbe others injured wera
John Fuller, 28, husband of thc
Sidney Gifford, 24, Kelly's Paddock.
Cathleen MacKay, , 16, Pinedale
Street, Mount Morgan, sprained right.
I ankle.
' sprained left ankle.
Ellen Daniels, 24, married. River
AU suffered from shock.
gave splendid aid until the arrival nf
THE outing of a Mount Morgan family
ended in tragedy when Mrs John
Fuller, 27, of Linedale Street, Mount
Morgan, died late yesterday afternoon
as a result of head injuries received in
an accident on the Keppel Sands Road.
It was the second fatality on this road
during the week-end, a Rockhampton
Mrs Fuller was one of a party of 12
adults, three young girls, and fire chil-
dren which had spent the New Year's
week-end at Keppel Sands. With the
exception of one man and a young girl,
all the party were either members or
William James MacKay, who had
to visit his people at Mount Morgan,
was driving the truck when the party
dirt, the truck lurched to the side and
Mrs Fuller, who, with her 9-weeks-old
the side of the truck with her husband
hurried back and found Mrs Fuller, who
was his sister, lying at the roadside
The others injured were-
John Fuller, 28, husband of the
Sidney Gifford, 24, Kelly's Paddock,
Cathleen MacKay, 16, Linedale
Street, Mount Morgan, sprained right
ankle.
sprained left ankle.
Ellen Daniels, 24, married, River
All suffered from shock.
gave splendid aid until the arrival of
Family Notices (Family Notices), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 27 April 1926 [Issue No.19,247] page 8 2017-06-22 08:14 away 27th April, 1899.?
away 27th April, 1899.

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