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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
...
108 Ian.Pettet 307,205
109 birdwing 304,840
110 Paul.McGrath 303,534
111 JohnMA2227 299,600
112 ratty 297,906
113 elvie 292,703

299,600 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 896
March 2017 4,485
February 2017 2,050
January 2017 71
December 2016 1,500
November 2016 2,883
October 2016 2,908
September 2016 2,517
August 2016 4,074
July 2016 3,254
June 2016 2,453
May 2016 604
March 2016 1
February 2016 487
January 2016 132
December 2015 1,582
November 2015 1,616
October 2015 892
September 2015 1,132
August 2015 3,372
July 2015 2,819
June 2015 4,000
May 2015 1,932
April 2015 9,374
March 2015 8,851
February 2015 6,114
January 2015 1,003
December 2014 811
November 2014 534
October 2014 481
September 2014 1,157
August 2014 4,471
July 2014 2,010
June 2014 8,114
May 2014 7,915
April 2014 4,860
March 2014 6,731
February 2014 4,846
January 2014 4,664
December 2013 8,482
November 2013 6,153
October 2013 5,505
September 2013 1,491
July 2013 648
June 2013 5,126
May 2013 10,082
April 2013 1,613
March 2013 2,350
February 2013 2,933
December 2012 2,613
November 2012 2,419
October 2012 1,831
September 2012 824
August 2012 2,164
July 2012 519
June 2012 2,277
May 2012 499
April 2012 1,626
March 2012 7,263
February 2012 9,847
January 2012 583
December 2011 1,348
November 2011 3,274
October 2011 3,034
September 2011 1,688
August 2011 786
July 2011 11,401
June 2011 5,536
May 2011 6,073
April 2011 3,067
March 2011 3,788
February 2011 8,778
January 2011 2,202
December 2010 817
November 2010 9,677
October 2010 9,097
September 2010 4,053
August 2010 4,497
July 2010 5,187
June 2010 10,778
May 2010 4,415
April 2010 3,643
March 2010 2,017

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
...
109 birdwing 304,814
110 Paul.McGrath 303,534
111 ratty 297,906
112 JohnMA2227 296,704
113 elvie 292,699
114 CooT 281,890

296,704 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 748
March 2017 3,624
February 2017 1,561
January 2017 71
December 2016 1,382
November 2016 2,765
October 2016 2,208
September 2016 2,055
August 2016 4,074
July 2016 3,254
June 2016 2,453
May 2016 604
March 2016 1
February 2016 487
January 2016 132
December 2015 1,582
November 2015 1,616
October 2015 892
September 2015 1,132
August 2015 3,372
July 2015 2,819
June 2015 4,000
May 2015 1,932
April 2015 9,374
March 2015 8,851
February 2015 6,114
January 2015 1,003
December 2014 811
November 2014 534
October 2014 481
September 2014 1,157
August 2014 4,471
July 2014 2,010
June 2014 8,114
May 2014 7,915
April 2014 4,860
March 2014 6,731
February 2014 4,846
January 2014 4,664
December 2013 8,482
November 2013 6,153
October 2013 5,505
September 2013 1,491
July 2013 648
June 2013 5,126
May 2013 10,082
April 2013 1,613
March 2013 2,350
February 2013 2,933
December 2012 2,613
November 2012 2,419
October 2012 1,831
September 2012 824
August 2012 2,164
July 2012 519
June 2012 2,277
May 2012 499
April 2012 1,626
March 2012 7,263
February 2012 9,847
January 2012 583
December 2011 1,348
November 2011 3,274
October 2011 3,034
September 2011 1,688
August 2011 786
July 2011 11,401
June 2011 5,536
May 2011 6,073
April 2011 3,067
March 2011 3,788
February 2011 8,778
January 2011 2,202
December 2010 817
November 2010 9,677
October 2010 9,097
September 2010 4,053
August 2010 4,497
July 2010 5,187
June 2010 10,778
May 2010 4,415
April 2010 3,643
March 2010 2,017

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
...
8 mollyzmum 5,671
9 RodAanensen 4,168
10 poves 3,391
11 JohnMA2227 2,896
12 sonmaa 2,826
13 bainamasquelier 2,544

2,896 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 148
March 2017 861
February 2017 489
December 2016 118
November 2016 118
October 2016 700
September 2016 462


Recent corrections

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WASHED OFF THE ROCKS. THE WATTAMOLLA ACCIDENT. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Friday 21 January 1910 [Issue No.13,297] page 6 2017-04-26 19:58 the heavy sea, but eventually disappeared.
BODY LINE BOWLING M.C.C. REPLIES TO BOARD OF CONTROL (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Friday 27 January 1933 [Issue No.10,296] page 5 2017-04-26 19:47 30DY LINE BOWLING
M.C.C. REPLIES TO BOARD OP
The Marylebone OricTtfit Club has
Auslralia as follows:—,
I 'We, the Marylebone OricketClub'
opinion tbat there lias been unsports
manlike play. We have tbe fullem
confidence in the captain Bnd team
and their managers, and are con.
to infringe the laws of ^erfeket or
'Much as we regret the accidents
to Woodfull and DlriflnM era nniW.
stand tbat in neither, case was tbe
bowler .to blame. If tbe board
it shall receive our most careful con
'We hope that the situation is not
jeopardise the good relations be
of the programme, we wonld coo
sent with great reluctance.'
rthe Mascot Aprodrome, on Tuesday
morning. Robert Maguire, 18, son of
jjunug ounaay nignt ana Mon
area of the State, aDd took heavy
five (Mr. and Mrs. V. DaviB, of
Leichhardt, and Ihree of their child
ren) and two othpr nliilHrpn wlm
were camping at Slanwell Park, on
by tbe flood waters into the eej^fecl
drowned, and a lad was billed inbie
a cottage at Bnlga Beach, Helens
Yonng was struck dead by ligthuing,
£50,000 was done in tbe metropolis.
BODY LINE BOWLING
M.C.C. REPLIES TO BOARD OF
The Marylebone Cricket Club has
Australia as follows:—
"We, the Marylebone Cricket Club'
opinion that there has been unsports-
manlike play. We have the fullest
confidence in the captain and team
and their managers, and are con-
to infringe the laws of cricket or
"Much as we regret the accidents
to Woodfull and Oldfield, we under-
stand that in neither case was the
bowler to blame. If the board
it shall receive our most careful con-
"We hope that the situation is not
jeopardise the good relations be-
of the programme, we would con-
sent with great reluctance."
the Mascot Aprodrome, on Tuesday
morning, Robert Maguire, 18, son of
During Sunday night and Mon-
area of the State, and took heavy
five (Mr. and Mrs. V. Davis, of
Leichhardt, and three of their child-
ren) and two other children who
were camping at Stanwell Park, on
by the flood waters into the sea and
drowned, and a lad was killed in his
a cottage at Bulga Beach, Helens-
Young was struck dead by ligthning,
£50,000 was done in the metropolis.
RESCUE ATTEMPT COMMENDED (Article), South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954), Monday 5 March 1951 [Issue No.14] page 4 2017-04-26 19:37 year old process Worker,
Mrs. Edna Hendry, of The
year old process worker,
Mrs. Edna Hendy, of The
Policeman's Rescue Attempt Praised (Article), Illawarra Daily Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1950 - 1954), Tuesday 6 March 1951 page 6 2017-04-26 19:27 The. efforts of a policeman,
man, who appeared to be in
mer, who was struggling in a
The efforts of a policeman,
man who appeared to be in
mer who was struggling in a
Policeman's Rescue Attempt Praised (Article), Illawarra Daily Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1950 - 1954), Tuesday 6 March 1951 page 6 2017-04-26 19:25 The. efforts of. a .. .policeman,
who. was on holidays, in trying
to. save a man from, drowning
in, a heavy, surf at: Era: Beach
on. January 2 was praised by.,
the- Coroner (Mr.-. R. B'.. Dunlop)
at; a Magisterial Inquiry at
The inquiry w;as into, the
Thomas. Holloway, ofRedfern,
?He said he was on the beach
when he saw four men: in- diffi
culties. He ran to the surf; belt
and went to the rescue of' one
more: danger, than: the other
.three. The reel was incorrectly
before, he reached: the water.
through the surf ' to one swim
mer, who was; struggling, in a
strong: rip.
He caught tne man and .mahr
aged to bring ihim an. ' He saw
an-other man further, out to
sea. He got the 1 surf (boat, and
manned it. with , other- men. and
searched ' ~ in the. vicinity of
where the other- man, Rixon;
find no sign of, ihim. He then
back on a, surf ski, which en
abled him to - search closer to
the rock, but could -rjfinid: no sign
of Rixon. _ Later that night the
'body was found washed- ashore.
Mrs. Edna Haridry, of Helens
burgh; said she saw Rixon go
down in a patch of seaweed;
He sank very quickly, and- only
about four minutes elapse'd
?from when she first saw him an
difficulties , to; when he' disap
A finding o£ accidental drown
ing was- returned.
The. efforts of a policeman,
who was on holidays, in trying
to save a man from drowning
in a heavy surf at Era Beach
on January 2 was praised by
the Coroner (Mr. R. B. Dunlop)
at a Magisterial Inquiry at
The inquiry was into the
Thomas Holloway, of Redfern,
He said he was on the beach
when he saw four men in diffi-
culties. He ran to the surf belt
and went to the rescue of one
more danger than the other
three. The reel was incorrectly
before he reached the water.
through the surf to one swim-
mer, who was struggling in a
strong rip.
He caught the man and man-
aged to bring him in. He saw
another man further out to
sea. He got the surf boat and
manned it with other men and
searched in the vicinity of
where the other man, Rixon,
find no sign of him. He then
back on a surf ski, which en-
abled him to search closer to
the rock, but could find no sign
of Rixon. Later that night the
body was found washed ashore.
Mrs. Edna Handry, of Helens-
burgh, said she saw Rixon go
down in a patch of seaweed.
He sank very quickly, and only
about four minutes elapsed
from when she first saw him in
difficulties to when he disap-
A finding of accidental drown-
ing was returned.
KITCHEN TEA. TO MISS M. DUMESNY. (Article), Lachlander and Condobolin and Western Districts Recorder (NSW : 1899 - 1952), Monday 11 July 1938 page 6 2017-04-25 19:50 Over 200 of her friends and re
in the woolshed at ber home,
- of Sydney, and the evening was
Mr. Alec. Ellis prior to her de
the shed presented a very lively pic
ture as the . happy guests passed the
ladies and proved & sumptuous, meal"
covering , the tables. Following this
the most important part of the even
made the recipient Qf a number of
On behalf of tbe Goonumbla Par
brief speech appropriate to ; the oc
casion. As Miss 'Dumesny is a mem
of Mr. Cecil Moon .to present the
other gifts. The guest briefly re
iMiss Dumesnyj with her parents,
Over 200 of her friends and re-
in the woolshed at her home,
of Sydney, and the evening was
Mr. Alec. Ellis prior to her de-
the shed presented a very lively pic-
ture as the happy guests passed the
ladies and proved a sumptuous, meal
covering the tables. Following this
the most important part of the even-
made the recipient of a number of
On behalf of tbe Goonumbla Par-
brief speech appropriate to the oc-
casion. As Miss Dumesny is a mem-
of Mr. Cecil Moon to present the
other gifts. The guest briefly re-
Miss Dumesny, with her parents,
GOONUMBLA. (Article), Western Champion (Parkes, NSW : 1898 - 1934), Thursday 18 September 1913 [Issue No.[?]] page 26 2017-04-25 17:46 (From, our' own Correspondent.)
-Cobley's paddock, beiow the school.
: The men folk had previously erected
in preparing the repasts for bothyo
nng and old. The day broke hot and
sultry looking; but before long a cool
northerly breeze sprang up and turn
' ed it into a very pleasant day. About
11a.m. children .and parents began to
After dinner various games 'were in
dulged iri and the races, etc., disposed
ners:— ;
- Potato race.—Eb. Ellis.
Boys under 8.—Lance • Grimmett.
Hopping race.—May Page. v
Guessing peas in a bottle.—Miss B. '
lor the picnic, and £10/5/5 expended,
GOONUMBLA
(From, our own Correspondent.)
Cobley's paddock, below the school.
The men folk had previously erected
in preparing the repasts for both yo-
ung and old. The day broke hot and
sultry looking, but before long a cool
northerly breeze sprang up and turn-
ed it into a very pleasant day. About
11 a.m. children and parents began to
After dinner various games were in-
dulged in and the races, etc., disposed
ners:—
Potato race.—Eb. Ellis.
Boys under 8.—Lance Grimmett.
Hopping race.—May Page.
Guessing peas in a bottle.—Miss B.
Stepping 50yrs.(ladies.—Mrs. Hus-
for the picnic, and £10/5/5 expended,
REGULATIONS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF GARAWARRA PARK. (Government Gazette Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 21 June 1935 [Issue No.118] page 2572 2017-04-25 16:55 (4458) S3rdney, 21st June, 1935. •
~ GARAWARRA PARK.
IT is hereby notified that the following Regulations have
been, approved for the management of the land at
August, 1934, for Publie Recreation and known as
management of the said land do hereby make the fol
ground or to any part of it* . -
place on such date and at such hour as shall be speci
fied in the notice convening such meeting. Such meet
ing shall be convened by the honorary secretary -when
directed hy the president, or within seven days after
(4458) Sydney, 21st June, 1935.
GARAWARRA PARK.
IT is hereby notified that the following Regulations have
been approved for the management of the land at
August, 1934, for Public Recreation and known as
management of the said land do hereby make the fol-
ground or to any part of it.
place on such date and at such hour as shall be speci-
fied in the notice convening such meeting. Such meet-
ing shall be convened by the honorary secretary when
directed by the president, or within seven days after
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 25 January 1935 [Issue No.22] page 401 2017-04-25 16:04 (609) Sydney, 25tli January, 1935,
IT is hereby notified that in accordance with the pro
1,300 acres, dedicated l?th August, 1934, and known as
"Garrawarra Park":—The Hon. Horace William Whid
Vincent Turner, Walter James Hedland Soots and George
The portion of the General Cemetery at Loekhart,
t>. Fraser, resigned, Mr. W. Bond, deceased, and Mr.
(609) Sydney, 25th January, 1935.
IT is hereby notified that in accordance with the pro-
1,300 acres, dedicated 17th August, 1934, and known as
"Garrawarra Park":—The Hon. Horace William Whid-
Vincent Turner, Walter James Hedland Roots and George
The portion of the General Cemetery at Lockhart,
D. Fraser, resigned, Mr. W. Bond, deceased, and Mr.
FAUNA PROTECTION ACT, 1948, AND BUSH FIRES ACT, 1949-1963 APPOINTMENT OF HONORARY RANGERS AND HONORARY FIRE PATROL OFFICERS (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 5 June 1964 [Issue No.70] page 1761 2017-04-25 16:00 Appointment of Honorary Rangers and Honorary Fire
Patrol Officers
THE undermentioned persons have been appointed as Hon
Garawarra Park, c.o. Bundeena Post Office, Bundeena. A.64
APPOINTMENT OF HONORARY RANGERS AND HONORARY FIRE
PATROL OFFICERS
THE undermentioned persons have been appointed as Hon-
Garawarra Park, c.o. Bundeena Post Office, Bundeena. A.64-

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