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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,545,830
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,020,376
4 annmanley 2,252,210
5 John.F.Hall 2,246,919
...
25 BillyC 887,492
26 kimvandyk 880,578
27 MurrayDadds 880,195
28 JTJennings 876,883
29 arthurfraser 828,590
30 djbcjk 803,041

876,883 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 9,484
June 2017 10,384
May 2017 9,386
April 2017 5,642
March 2017 1,318
January 2017 159
December 2016 432
November 2016 10,110
October 2016 3,781
August 2016 50
July 2016 381
June 2016 1,879
May 2016 2,202
April 2016 1,919
March 2016 2,242
February 2016 143
January 2016 210
December 2015 75
November 2015 155
October 2015 15
September 2015 220
August 2015 104
July 2015 274
June 2015 684
May 2015 1,201
April 2015 103
March 2015 74
February 2015 46
November 2014 41
October 2014 59
September 2014 434
August 2014 133
July 2014 144
June 2014 11,271
May 2014 32,659
April 2014 14,322
March 2014 11,741
February 2014 10,033
January 2014 13,310
December 2013 13,418
November 2013 23,951
October 2013 27,190
September 2013 1,916
August 2013 10,124
July 2013 15,781
June 2013 16,756
May 2013 12,296
April 2013 25,783
March 2013 22,484
February 2013 38,864
January 2013 23,757
December 2012 34,748
November 2012 21,230
October 2012 25,624
September 2012 18,990
August 2012 29,875
July 2012 27,515
June 2012 27,786
May 2012 18,641
April 2012 17,036
March 2012 18,193
February 2012 17,233
January 2012 28,979
December 2011 32,217
November 2011 18,684
October 2011 21,731
September 2011 13,829
August 2011 20,199
July 2011 22,909
June 2011 30,585
May 2011 24,445
April 2011 17,294

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,545,799
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,020,376
4 annmanley 2,252,140
5 John.F.Hall 2,246,914
...
25 BillyC 887,492
26 kimvandyk 880,578
27 MurrayDadds 880,195
28 JTJennings 876,883
29 arthurfraser 828,590
30 djbcjk 803,023

876,883 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 9,484
June 2017 10,384
May 2017 9,386
April 2017 5,642
March 2017 1,318
January 2017 159
December 2016 432
November 2016 10,110
October 2016 3,781
August 2016 50
July 2016 381
June 2016 1,879
May 2016 2,202
April 2016 1,919
March 2016 2,242
February 2016 143
January 2016 210
December 2015 75
November 2015 155
October 2015 15
September 2015 220
August 2015 104
July 2015 274
June 2015 684
May 2015 1,201
April 2015 103
March 2015 74
February 2015 46
November 2014 41
October 2014 59
September 2014 434
August 2014 133
July 2014 144
June 2014 11,271
May 2014 32,659
April 2014 14,322
March 2014 11,741
February 2014 10,033
January 2014 13,310
December 2013 13,418
November 2013 23,951
October 2013 27,190
September 2013 1,916
August 2013 10,124
July 2013 15,781
June 2013 16,756
May 2013 12,296
April 2013 25,783
March 2013 22,484
February 2013 38,864
January 2013 23,757
December 2012 34,748
November 2012 21,230
October 2012 25,624
September 2012 18,990
August 2012 29,875
July 2012 27,515
June 2012 27,786
May 2012 18,641
April 2012 17,036
March 2012 18,193
February 2012 17,233
January 2012 28,979
December 2011 32,217
November 2011 18,684
October 2011 21,731
September 2011 13,829
August 2011 20,199
July 2011 22,909
June 2011 30,585
May 2011 24,445
April 2011 17,294

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Local and General (Article), Nepean Times (Penrith, NSW : 1882 - 1962), Thursday 22 March 1945 [Issue No.4175] page 2 2017-07-22 10:09 Emu Lady's 95 Years.—Mrs Emma
bom at Pypchlcy, Northampton, Eng
over 38 years. >.
Picnic Sports.—To aid the Red Cross
known horsewoman, has arranged pic
Car Crashes into Post.—Charles
St. Marys, was"- driving down High
he crashed into a telegraph post. I-Io
was taken by Ncpean Ambulance to
sufferir)3 from iprobable fracture of
■.the.rib, and afterward returned home.
"Penrith Football Club.—The annual
Emu Lady's 95 Years. —Mrs Emma
bom at Pypchley, Northampton, Eng-
over 38 years.
Picnic Sports. —To aid the Red Cross
known horsewoman, has arranged pic-
Car Crashes into Post. —Charles
St. Marys, was driving down High
he crashed into a telegraph post. He
was taken by Nepean Ambulance to
suffering from probable fracture of
the rib, and afterward returned home.
Penrith Football Club. —The annual
Family Notices (Family Notices), Nepean Times (Penrith, NSW : 1882 - 1962), Saturday 22 October 1921 [Issue No.2034] page 2 2017-07-22 10:07 husband, who departed this life Oc
husband, who departed this life Oc-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 12 October 1944 [Issue No.27,918] page 7 2017-07-22 10:00 MAY. —In memory of ray dear ' wife,
MAY. —Cherished memories of mv k dear
MAY. —In loving memory of m.v dear
Geoffrey. . .
MAY. — In loving memory of mv dear
Mckenzie.— in loving memory of our
\/t cLOUGHLIM. — Fond memories, of dear
M' ILLS. — In memory of my dearly loved
MILLS.— In loving memory of my mother.
-\XUNRO.— In memory of our father, who
MURPHY.— In loving memory of our dar
O'KEHPE. — In loving memory of my bro
PATTON (nee Edls).— In loving memory
PATTON (nee Edls).— In loving memory
PATTON (nee Edls).— In loving memory
ber 12. 1943. The beet arc olways first j
OATl'ON.— In loving memory of Florence,
I who passed uway on October 12. 1943. i
P1NCINI. — Cherished memories of my dour
1INCINI.— In fond remembrance of my
L dear father, who passed away October
11, 1043. What happy times we once en-
PfHnY$3lNI. — Treasured memories of our dear
Rankin.— In memory of my loving mo-
son. Colin.
T)EOAN.— In loving memory of my dear
Lv wife, who passed away on October 13.
RENFRBE. — In loving memory of my dear
- husband and our devoted father. Al
!"> BNFREE. — In loving memory of our dear
lY father and grandfather, who goosed
RENFREE.— In fond memory of our dear
RENFREE. — lu fond remembrance of our
dear futher. who naooed, away on, Octo
| > oxiERTS. — In memory of my dear wife
IV and mother, who passed away October
1JOBINSON. — lu loving memory of my
IV dear wife. Alice, and our 'ovtng mother,
LJANDILAND3.— In loving memory of my
H dear husband and our dear father, who
8HAPCOTT.— In loving memory of our
MAY. —In memory of my dear wife,
MAY. —Cherished memories of my dear
MAY. —In loving memory of my dear
Geoffrey.
MAY. —In loving memory of my dear
McKENZIE. —In loving memory of our
McLOUGHLIN. —Fond memories of dear
MILLS. — n memory of my dearly loved
MILLS. —In loving memory of my mother.
MUNRO. —In memory of our father, who
MURPHY. —In loving memory of our dar-
O'KEEFE. —In loving memory of my bro-
PATTON (nee Edis). —In loving memory
PATTON (nee Edis). —In loving memory
PATTON (nee Edis). —In loving memory
ber 12. 1943. The beet arc olways first
PATTON. —In loving memory of Florence,
who passed uway on October 12. 1943.
PINCINI. —Cherished memories of my dear
wife.
PINCINI. —In fond remembrance of my
dear father, who passed away October
11, 1943. What happy times we once en-
PINClNI. —Treasured memories of our dear
RANKIN. —In memory of my loving mo-
son, Colin.
REGAN. —In loving memory of my dear
wife, who passed away on October 13.
RENFREE. —In loving memory of my dear
husband and our devoted father. Al
RENFREE. —In loving memory of our dear
father and grandfather, who goosed
RENFREE. —In fond memory of our dear
RENFREE. —ln fond remembrance of our
dear father. who naooed, away on, Octo
ROBERTS. —In memory of my dear wife
and mother, who passed away October
ROBINSON. —In loving memory of my
dear wife. Alice, and our 'ovtng mother,
SANDILANDS. —In loving memory of my
dear husband and our dear father, who
SHAPCOTT. —In loving memory of our
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 12 October 1944 [Issue No.27,918] page 7 2017-07-22 09:54 MARTIN.— In loving memory of my dear
father, passed away October 12. 1040.
li/TAY. — In memory of ray dear ' wife,
MAY.— Cherished memories of mv k dear
MAY" — In loving memory of m.v dear
MARTIN. — In loving memory of my dear
father, passed away October 12. 1040.
MAY. —In memory of ray dear ' wife,
MAY. —Cherished memories of mv k dear
MAY. —In loving memory of m.v dear
FARM AND FARMYARD. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 29 August 1896 [Issue No.12606] page 1 2017-07-22 01:45 Gippsland, and on Saturday last, at the eale
Pierrie Point, near B-drnsdole, prices ranged
from £26 12j 6d to £3B per acre.
Gippsland, and on Saturday last, at the sale
Pierrie Point, near Bairnsdale, prices ranged
from £26 12s 6d to £38 per acre.
THE OIL SEED BONUSES. BAIRNSDALE, MONDAY. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 25 August 1896 [Issue No.12944] page 6 2017-07-22 01:33 . BAIRNSDALE, monday.
Thoro is a steady progress upward in land
vnlucs in this district. Ths estate of tho late
Robert Goodman, Piorrio Point, was put up for
sale on Saturday by Messrs. M. Goold ana Co.,
and tho prices realised ranged from £26 12s. Gd.
to £3S per acre.
e . . BENDIGO, Monday.
BAIRNSDALE, MONDAY.
There is a steady progress upward in land
values in this district. The estate of the late
Robert Goodman, Picnic Point, was put up for
sale on Saturday by Messrs. M. Goold and Co.,
and the prices realised ranged from £26 12s. 6d.
to £38 per acre.
BENDIGO, MONDAY.
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, August 25, 1896. (Article), Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle (Vic. : 1882 - 1918), Tuesday 25 August 1896 [Issue No.2111 and 2610] page 2 2017-07-22 01:23 Tho following lino in Messrs Goold
and Co's report of Saturday's transac
special circumstances.-" The prices
The following line in Messrs Goold
and Co's report of Saturday's transac-
special circumstances.—" The prices
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, August 25, 1896. (Article), Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle (Vic. : 1882 - 1918), Tuesday 25 August 1896 [Issue No.2111 and 2610] page 2 2017-07-22 01:20 exceedingly good, and emphasieed the
as Bairosdalo is concerned has passed
away." It has reference to the salo
brought the very high figure or £88
has been paid sineo the boom time
of the Ship," by Laboo. "Mr Vogt
exceedingly good, and emphasised the
as Bairnsdale is concerned has passed
away." It has reference to the sale
brought the very high figure of £38
has been paid since the boom time
of the Ship," by Lahee. Mr Vogt
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. (Article), Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle (Vic. : 1882 - 1918), Thursday 23 July 1896 [Issue No.2097 and 2596] page 2 2017-07-22 01:02 Persons having claime against the
of Picnic Point, are requeated to send
Moesrs M. Goold and Co, Bailey street
Bairnsdalo.
Omeo Telegraph, and has since con
White monkey boars are seldom
soon, and one which the Record be
lieves was caught in Calligneo was
youngeter.
Friday there was an accidental omis.
aion of reference to the two excellently
His Steed and The Seventh Fusiliors,
in various prrte in the neighborhood of
nonear the junction of Traralgon Croak
and the Latrobo River, when an old
was brought into Ithe town, where ie
was put on view at Mr MIanning's
The residence of Mr Excell, orchard
During last week, the Omen Standard
saye, half a dozen rabbits were seen
by the rigorous winters of the moun
spring, otherwise the invasion may as
on John Higgings' old selection, be
yond O'Rourko's.
Persons having claims against the
of Picnic Point, are requested to send
Messrs M. Goold and Co, Bailey street
Bairnsdale.
Omeo Telegraph, and has since con-
White monkey bears are seldom
seen, and one which the Record be-
lieves was caught in Callignee was
youngster.
Friday there was an accidental omis-
sion of reference to the two excellently
His Steed and The Seventh Fusiliers,
in various parts in the neighborhood of
near the junction of Traralgon Creek
and the Latrobe River, when an old
was brought into the town, where ie
was put on view at Mr Manning's
The residence of Mr Excell, orchard-
During last week, the Omeo Standard
says, half a dozen rabbits were seen
by the rigorous winters of the moun-
spring, otherwise the invasion may as-
on John Higgings' old selection, be-
yond O'Rourke's.
DEATHS IN BAIRNSDALE. (Article), The Maffra Spectator (Vic. : 1882 - 1920), Thursday 23 July 1896 page 3 2017-07-22 00:57 The " Advertiser" says :-- "The
died at his residence there early yester
hour-shortly after midnight at her
The "Advertiser" says :— "The
died at his residence there early yester-
hour —shortly after midnight at her

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