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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,417,951
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,886,771
4 annmanley 2,237,561
5 John.F.Hall 2,114,862

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Corrections by month

April 2017 48,654
March 2017 56,532
February 2017 61,216
January 2017 65,162
December 2016 45,385
November 2016 48,584
October 2016 60,112
September 2016 53,273
August 2016 46,300
July 2016 46,714
June 2016 41,736
May 2016 45,068
April 2016 45,133
March 2016 47,246
February 2016 40,516
January 2016 50,539
December 2015 47,628
November 2015 53,118
October 2015 52,259
September 2015 51,196
August 2015 54,070
July 2015 53,233
June 2015 35,083
May 2015 41,737
April 2015 51,946
March 2015 64,759
February 2015 46,993
January 2015 54,920
December 2014 59,108
November 2014 71,328
October 2014 72,644
September 2014 63,064
August 2014 53,529
July 2014 55,745
June 2014 54,260
May 2014 56,079
April 2014 48,047
March 2014 60,166
February 2014 61,348
January 2014 57,902
December 2013 57,210
November 2013 60,146
October 2013 52,494
September 2013 55,069
August 2013 59,983
July 2013 69,277
June 2013 63,156
May 2013 65,275
April 2013 62,426
March 2013 55,380
February 2013 76,096
January 2013 54,488
December 2012 43,891
November 2012 60,051
October 2012 61,706
September 2012 64,589
August 2012 72,377
July 2012 42,421
June 2012 27,912
May 2012 41,948
April 2012 35,654
March 2012 30,076
February 2012 48,784
January 2012 87,012
December 2011 81,171
November 2011 40,923
October 2011 65,188
September 2011 50,684
August 2011 58,418
July 2011 35,299
June 2011 47,361
May 2011 36,441
April 2011 34,146
March 2011 44,765
February 2011 34,198
January 2011 26,377
December 2010 32,650
November 2010 35,129
October 2010 31,352
September 2010 41,356
August 2010 37,031
July 2010 18,885
June 2010 15,908
May 2010 21,234
April 2010 10,541
March 2010 19,675
February 2010 36,122
January 2010 42,239
December 2009 21,244
November 2009 9,688
October 2009 15,337
September 2009 4,836

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,417,920
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,886,771
4 annmanley 2,237,491
5 John.F.Hall 2,114,857

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Corrections by month

April 2017 48,626
March 2017 56,532
February 2017 61,216
January 2017 65,162
December 2016 45,383
November 2016 48,584
October 2016 60,112
September 2016 53,273
August 2016 46,300
July 2016 46,714
June 2016 41,736
May 2016 45,068
April 2016 45,133
March 2016 47,245
February 2016 40,516
January 2016 50,539
December 2015 47,628
November 2015 53,118
October 2015 52,259
September 2015 51,196
August 2015 54,070
July 2015 53,233
June 2015 35,083
May 2015 41,737
April 2015 51,946
March 2015 64,759
February 2015 46,993
January 2015 54,920
December 2014 59,108
November 2014 71,328
October 2014 72,644
September 2014 63,064
August 2014 53,529
July 2014 55,745
June 2014 54,260
May 2014 56,079
April 2014 48,047
March 2014 60,166
February 2014 61,348
January 2014 57,902
December 2013 57,210
November 2013 60,146
October 2013 52,494
September 2013 55,069
August 2013 59,983
July 2013 69,277
June 2013 63,156
May 2013 65,275
April 2013 62,426
March 2013 55,380
February 2013 76,096
January 2013 54,488
December 2012 43,891
November 2012 60,051
October 2012 61,706
September 2012 64,589
August 2012 72,377
July 2012 42,421
June 2012 27,912
May 2012 41,948
April 2012 35,654
March 2012 30,076
February 2012 48,784
January 2012 87,012
December 2011 81,171
November 2011 40,923
October 2011 65,188
September 2011 50,684
August 2011 58,418
July 2011 35,299
June 2011 47,361
May 2011 36,441
April 2011 34,146
March 2011 44,765
February 2011 34,198
January 2011 26,377
December 2010 32,650
November 2010 35,129
October 2010 31,352
September 2010 41,356
August 2010 37,031
July 2010 18,885
June 2010 15,908
May 2010 21,234
April 2010 10,541
March 2010 19,675
February 2010 36,122
January 2010 42,239
December 2009 21,244
November 2009 9,688
October 2009 15,337
September 2009 4,836

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,697
2 jaybee67 69,620
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,645
5 EricTheRed 20,242
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361 anntraveller 31
362 Bylong4566valley 31
363 ifyoucouldseemenow66 31
364 JohnWarren 31
365 mpalmer62 31
366 Saffyre 31

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WELCOME HOME. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 3 January 1919 [Issue No.731] page 6 2017-04-29 14:12 A wclcome home was tendered Pri
vate J. Radnedge 011 the 23rd De
cember1. Owing to the very stormy
night, there was only a moderate at
\n the right place, and there are a
bxpecting the function to be post
A welcome home was tendered Pri-
vate J. Radnedge on the 23rd De-
cember. Owing to the very stormy
night, there was only a moderate at-
in the right place, and there are a
expecting the function to be post-
OUR DISTRICT PAGE Contributions from all Parts of the District are Welcomed BEDGERABONG. From Our Own Corrresponden[?] WELCOME HOME. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 3 January 1919 [Issue No.731] page 6 2017-04-29 10:19 BEDGER&BQNG.
WELCOME HOME; (
On Friday night, 27th Deq'utr
the residence of Air W. 1'erguV
the scene of a very pelasant,
ing. Private Lea. fcord, w
seen almost three years ot a'e cei"
vice, had returned, and b 'llu
friends had determined tcv0 llU!1
a hearty welcome home. 'ie st10
cious verandahs had bee;"c'osa('>
ana were made gay witl>e "a6s 'Jt
the Allied nations. -j-first part
of the programme toolc ^on" ot u
concert. Mr P. Dare as iu llki
chair. A splendid =ranime 01'
vocal and instrumen lteins was
rendered by the sevf 'oca' artists
Irom "Gunning," "P Park," Bed
gerabong, and Bogf'ate- A reaii>'
iirst class programresulted.
Mr Darcy thenll,he had tolU3
to the most impr|lt 1)art oE tll<i
programme—"thrl rec°snislns in
some tangible f "le Suest of the
evening." Known Private
Tord for a nur> ycars> and lmct
always knowr11 as a white man.
Before makiu'e Presel»tation, he
said he' knew eral SBiitleaten win
would like ty a word
Ho-then upon Messrs . K. ,
Grant \M. er' J' ^oakes, : and
C Stewar A" these ' gentlemen
spoke in Eistic terms ,of Private
bonds' ,-Ien(lshU' would be so
strong1 maJie hlm forget the hor
rors 0'rfare> !t transpired dur
ing u'urse o£ tlie remarks of the
aever:peakers tIiat Private Ford
1,3^/ Quite a number of .experi
ence a very excitins: natui e. Firs;
he'" wrecked in the Elangaraita
on'? "Three Kikgs," off the' coast;.
0yw. Zealand, with Mr P." Darcy
^shipmate. Next lie went"satel» ■
.ugh the-Boer War, and- thou
nearly three years of the Great
.copean War: •« ' ■
Mr Darcy then-presented jPrlvSte;
ord with a. silver shaving mug and'
/rush, and a pair of -sleeve links;
made of his battalion colors; ' .
The rooms were then cleared, and;
dancing was indulged'in till' near
morning, with a break for supper.-■ ■
A public welcome ,was to be ten1
dored to Frivate Ford and o.'her re
turned soldiers on Saturday night in. :
BEDGERABONG.
WELCOME HOME.
On Friday night, 27th December,
the residence of Mr W. Ferguson
the scene of a very pleasant gather-
ing. Private Les. Ford, who had
seen almost three years of active ser-
vice, had returned, and his many
friends had determined to give him
a hearty welcome home.The spa-
cious verandahs had been enclosed,
ana were made gay with the flags of
the Allied nations. The first part
of the programme took the form of a
concert. Mr P. Dare was in the
chair. A splendid prorgamme of
vocal and instrumental items was
rendered by the several local artists
Irom "Gunning," "? Park," Bed-
gerabong, and Bogan Gate. A really'
iirst class program resulted.
Mr Darcy then said he had come
to the most important part of the
programme—that of recognising in
some tangible form the guest of the
evening." He had known Private
Ford for a number of years, and had
always known him as a white man.
Before making the presentation, he
said he knew several gentlemen who
would like to say a word.
He then called upon Messrs R.
Grant, W. ?, J. H. Noakes, and
C Stewart. All these gentlemen
spoke in eulogistic terms of Private
bonds of friendship would be so
strong as to make him forget the hor-
rors of warfare. I transpired dur-
ing course of the remarks of the
ceveral speakers that Private Ford
had had quite a number of experi-
ence of a very exciting nature. First
he was wrecked in the Elangaraite
on "Three Kings," off the coast
of New Zealand, with Mr P. Darcy
as a shipmate. Next he went safely
through the Boer War, and then
had nearly three years of the Great
European War.
Mr Darcy then presented Private
Ford with a silver shaving mug and
brush, and a pair of sleeve links,
made of his battalion colors.
The rooms were then cleared, and
dancing was indulged in till near
morning, with a break for supper.
A public welcome was to be ten-
dored to Private Ford and other re-
turned soldiers on Saturday night in
LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 3 January 1919 [Issue No.731] page 6 2017-04-29 10:02 LETTERS ^ROM SOLDI ERS.
Letters ,rfrom the _ liyjnei war
aones seem- numerous now, on *cvt
. count'of^ theuiimber'of ships coming
through,of■ la,te. ,,v ; Large Xmas mails
have: been.(received- this week from'
r.iost.of our-Iocal boys. It is really
£00il. to" be able-to receivU' tidings oi
; these boys-'at' Christmastide. ;
LETTERS FROM SOLDI ERS.
Letters from the former war
zones seem numerous now, on ac-
count of the number of ships coming
through of late. Large Xmas mails
have been received this week from
most of our local boys. It is really
good to be able to receive tidings of
these boys at Christmastide.
THANKS FOR PARCELS. Letters from Soldiers. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 8 March 1918 [Issue No.651] page 6 2017-04-29 10:00 Dear Miss Smith.—It, is with plou-j
sure 1 write, you litis note to thank
you' for the parcel which was sent
by you and- your friends. It was
very kind of you, and all the ar-.
tides in the parcel came in very
useful to me, and arrived in a-much
needed time, as 1 was in the tren
ch es'.at the' time.' it. came as aj
came in very handy, as 1 had been
standing in water tip to my boot tops
.for over a day, so you see 1 needed
a dry pair. They turne'd out to be
just my lit. It was in them I found
your address. , Well, now, i • must
dinner we had; It was by far the
best I have li.id over here. My three
mates and I had roast beef, vege
cake, so you will.soe we did not fare
too badly. AVe were out of the
-and wishing you all good luck,
T remain, your friend,
y^jPvS.'-rf:.rBliall be glad to hear from
;'you any- time you care to write.
Dear Miss Smith.—It is with plea-
sure I write you this note to thank
you for the parcel which was sent
by you and your friends. It was
very kind of you, and all the ar-
ticles in the parcel came in very
useful to me, and arrived in a much
needed time, as I was in the tren-
ches at the time it came as a
came in very handy, as I had been
standing in water up to my boot tops
.or over a day, so you see I needed
a dry pair. They turned out to be
just my fit. It was in them I found
your address. Well, now, I must
dinner we had. It was by far the
best I have had over here. My three
mates and I had roast beef, vege-
cake, so you will see we did not fare
too badly. We were out of the
and wishing you all good luck,
I remain, your friend,
P.S.—I shall be glad to hear from
you any time you care to write.
THANKS FOR PARCELS. Letters from Soldiers. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 8 March 1918 [Issue No.651] page 6 2017-04-29 09:53 -r-December 22, 1917.
• Dear -Mrn Noakes,—You will be
: surprised on receiving this letter
from a-soldier on active service, but
t hope you are in the best of health
as it leaves myself at the time or
writing. Well, Airs Noakes, your
.will you accept my very best thanks
for your; great kindness We were
parcel. We are in Palestine, whir.h
is a - very pretty country. We have
climate is very nice. Wo had a big
fight.with the Turks recently. The
and, we got several thousand pri
of news here, so I will close, thank
ing you once again lor 'the kind
I rcnmiii; your.s sincerely,■
A. J. CROTTV.
December 22, 1917.
Dear Mrs Noakes,—You will be
surprised on receiving this letter
from a soldier on active service, but
I hope you are in the best of health
as it leaves myself at the time of
writing. Well, Mrs Noakes, your
will you accept my very best thanks
for your great kindness. We were
parcel. We are in Palestine, which
is a very pretty country. We have
climate is very nice. We had a big
fight with the Turks recently. The
and we got several thousand pri-
of news here, so I will close, thank-
ing you once again for the kind
I remain, yours sincerely,
A. J. CROTTY.
THANKS FOR PARCELS. Letters from Soldiers. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 8 March 1918 [Issue No.651] page 6 2017-04-29 09:52 The following letters, which ar
rived recently l'rom three aoldiaj
bovs, apeak for themselves: —
December 27, i'JlT.
pack and send me the very nice par
cel, which I received a few days~ b'o
foro. Xmas. The contents -were ail
most acceptable, particularly/' the
nice pair of warm socks. ' It.is pret
.ty. cold here just now, and tilings
by us all. J am also making good
you good people seem to know wlial
•It'iis only natural, isn't it, that
: everyone knows perfectly well now
what a'soldier cares for most. . I
: think, it is perfectly wonderful what
an, enormous amount of good work,
etc., the womenfolk and young - la
dies ■ havo done in the- way of pro ]
curing and malting comforts of all
■ descriptions for the boys away at
.tlie . front, and 1 am quite sure tha*. |
we-shall never be able to thank you!
all -. enough, anyway not . until;: per-,
haps, ..we all get back again, and
thanks will -be shown in . a , far hot
ter way than '.one,-can express by
letter, and I feel sure-that the return
for all your; kindness (to which you
are undoubtedly due) will be car
.Now, ."as time is very limited, 1 shall
have to close, and • before doing so, I
must again thank you :very much in
deed, and also aslc you to convoy my
thanks to all the other good people,
who had to. do with the sending of
the very nico parcel; Kind, regards
and. compliments of the season to
you all from .
,W. CHOTTY.
The following letters, which ar-
rived recently from three soldier
boys, speak for themselves: —
December 27, 1917.
pack and send me the very nice par-
cel, which I received a few days be-
fore Xmas. The contents were all
most acceptable, particularly the
nice pair of warm socks. It is pret-
ty cold here just now, and things
by us all. I am also making good
you good people seem to know what
it is only natural, isn't it, that
everyone knows perfectly well now
what a soldier cares for most. I
think it is perfectly wonderful what
an enormous amount of good work,
etc., the womenfolk and young la-
dies have done in the way of pro-
curing and making comforts of all
descriptions for the boys away at
the front, and I am quite sure that
we shall never be able to thank you
all enough, anyway not until, per-
haps, we all get back again, and
thanks will be shown in a far bet-
ter way than one can express by
letter, and I feel sure that the return
for all your kindness (to which you
are undoubtedly due) will be car-
Now, as time is very limited, I shall
have to close, and before doing so, I
must again thank you very much in-
deed, and also ask you to convoy my
thanks to all the other good people
who had to do with the sending of
the very nice parcel. Kind regards
and compliments of the season to
you all from
W. CROTTY.
LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 25 May 1917 [Issue No.603] page 6 2017-04-29 09:48 it is with regret that we hear of
It is with regret that we hear of
LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 25 May 1917 [Issue No.603] page 6 2017-04-29 09:45 LETTERS?..vPROM; SOLDIERS.
- During; - the week ^letters 'came to
hand ? lrom ? Privates Hyland, Can
eron, M'Kay, Hood, J. Christie, Ma-,
gill and- others, including the Nesbitt
brothers.' .All those boys <Tre either
in Englan<J or France with, the ex
ception of Trooper JIagill, who when
lie last wrote, was-moving into ac
tion 111 Palestine, anil is now thought
', ? Mrs- Ro&s,- whose husband vliieiii'
received a cable from I->ieu ten ant
Pin ate Cameron \\,is in hospital
when -he last . wrote;;,also Kay.
the serious .illness and wounds -con
tracted .-by Private-"Stack" Hay on
the western -front.'The lail wiTs al
ways, a general favorite here, . and
lie-made many friends.'-All wish him,
a speedy recovery. ' . »
LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS.
During the week letters came to
hand from Privates Hyland, Can-
eron, M'Kay, Hood, J. Christie, Ma-
gill and others, including the Nesbitt
brothers. All those boys are either
in England or France with the ex-
ception of Trooper Magill, who when
he last wrote, was moving into ac-
tion in Palestine, and is now thought
Mrs Ross, whose husband Lieu.
received a cable from Lieutenant
Private Cameron was in hospital
when he last wrote, also W. M'Kay.
the serious illness and wounds con-
tracted by Private "Stack" Hay on
the western front The lad was al-
ways a general favorite here, and
he made many friends. All wish him
a speedy recovery.
LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 27 April 1917 [Issue No.595] page 6 2017-04-29 09:42 LJiTTJiRS,KltOM SOLDIEllS.
During : .Hhe woelc several letters
were, received from the boys at the
i front, ...-some., of the letters received
,:boingf from-the JI'Kay brothers and
LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS.
During the week several letters
were received from the boys at the
front, some of the letters received
being from the M'Kay brothers and
LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Thursday 5 April 1917 [Issue No.590] page 6 2017-04-29 09:41 During tho week, letters were re
ceived from Sapper \V. Christie,?who.'
with the Signallers from N.S.W.^is
the N.S.WV quota was conveyed to Al
bury by special train on election^ day,
During the week, letters were re-
ceived from Sapper W. Christie, who
with the Signallers from N.S.W., is
the N.S.W. quota was conveyed to Al-
bury by special train on election day,

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