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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
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
...
384 shanniau 92,118
385 Les.Varcoe 91,332
386 jonstan 91,190
387 Liz.McPherson 90,846
388 alifpenun 90,347
389 yelsel2 90,304

90,846 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 2,066
May 2017 192
April 2017 1,632
March 2017 3,969
February 2017 10,132
January 2017 9,754
December 2016 214
November 2016 137
October 2016 205
August 2016 425
July 2016 95
June 2016 660
May 2016 2,193
April 2016 1,283
March 2016 10,334
February 2016 5,354
January 2016 10,168
December 2015 17,015
November 2015 3,046
October 2015 237
September 2015 447
August 2015 382
January 2015 389
December 2014 116
November 2014 12
September 2014 6
August 2014 25
July 2014 517
June 2014 81
January 2014 40
December 2013 20
November 2013 15
April 2013 16
January 2013 290
December 2012 24
November 2012 23
March 2012 7
January 2012 145
December 2011 25
July 2011 79
June 2011 74
May 2011 163
April 2011 8
March 2011 129
February 2011 698
January 2011 593
December 2010 163
November 2010 6
October 2010 139
September 2010 44
August 2010 329
June 2010 5
April 2010 35
March 2010 4,816
February 2010 782
January 2010 82
October 2009 9
September 2009 449
May 2009 552

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
...
383 shanniau 92,118
384 Les.Varcoe 91,244
385 jonstan 91,190
386 Liz.McPherson 90,846
387 alifpenun 90,347
388 yelsel2 90,290

90,846 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 2,066
May 2017 192
April 2017 1,632
March 2017 3,969
February 2017 10,132
January 2017 9,754
December 2016 214
November 2016 137
October 2016 205
August 2016 425
July 2016 95
June 2016 660
May 2016 2,193
April 2016 1,283
March 2016 10,334
February 2016 5,354
January 2016 10,168
December 2015 17,015
November 2015 3,046
October 2015 237
September 2015 447
August 2015 382
January 2015 389
December 2014 116
November 2014 12
September 2014 6
August 2014 25
July 2014 517
June 2014 81
January 2014 40
December 2013 20
November 2013 15
April 2013 16
January 2013 290
December 2012 24
November 2012 23
March 2012 7
January 2012 145
December 2011 25
July 2011 79
June 2011 74
May 2011 163
April 2011 8
March 2011 129
February 2011 698
January 2011 593
December 2010 163
November 2010 6
October 2010 139
September 2010 44
August 2010 329
June 2010 5
April 2010 35
March 2010 4,816
February 2010 782
January 2010 82
October 2009 9
September 2009 449
May 2009 552

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 12 October 1925 [Issue No.22,004] page 16 2017-06-19 23:11 DUCUI/TT.— PilvjIF ?luii-'ial of His ht. ill- I
WARD DUCKE'TT will arrivt « tl( ? 11* I
b..iune General Cemetery, Carllon, THIS DM I
(Miniilav). llio 12th lust., at -l.rtO p.m. I
A. A, SLEIGHT l'TSi. LTD. Pliinie. C, 410 ll I
llm-sl. I
DUCKETT.— Private funeral of the late ED-
WARD DUCKETT will arrive at the Melb-
bourne General Cemetery, Carlton, THIS DAY
(Monday), the 12th inst., at 4.30 p.m.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone. C, 410 (2
lines).
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 29 December 1925 [Issue No.24,770] page 1 2017-06-19 23:08 DUCKETT. —On the 23th December, at his late
years. A colonist of 76 years. (Interred
DUCKETT. —On the 25th December, at his late
years. A colonist of 76 years. (Interred on
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 12 October 1925 [Issue No.24,704] page 1 2017-06-19 23:07 DUCKETT.-On the 11th October, ut lllvcrwlale
Riversdale ron I Hawthorn, I du ard the beloved
husband ot Beatrice Mary Duckett, dearly be
loved father of Ufe uni lto> agid 70 ¿cars. ,
DUCKETT.-On the 11th October, at Riversdale,
Riversdale road, Hawthorn, Edward, the beloved
husband of Beatrice Mary Duckett, dearly be-
loved father of Eric and Roy, aged 70 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 23 February 1929 [Issue No.4,181] page 16 2017-06-19 23:05 only daughter of the late Mr. A. G. Ran
only daughter of the late Mr. A. G. Ran-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 2 January 1926 [Issue No.4,018] page 3 2017-06-19 23:03 .DUCBEIT.-On the :25th December, 1925, at
Charles, dearlv beloved husband of Emily
(deceased), .CJifforS M.r Emily (Mrs. W. John
J aon), and Albert A. Duckett,. aged 78 years. j
HAWJON.-On the 23rd December, Thomas, be
loved husband, of Margaret Hawton, of 31 Spring
street, Prahran. . "
liADtXJW. -On the 24th Dcccmbor, 1925, at
Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, Charles, dearly be
0 loved husband of Ivy. Ladlovv, and loving fatlinr
. ' of Mervan, Xyndsay, and l'eaTl. loved brother of
* Albert, reixsr, Ruby - (Mrs. Dart), Mary (Mis.
, Pohl), aged 36 years, late A.I.F.
'MAOPHEBSON.-On the 23rd December, 192s,
Harriett Didtgon, beloved wife of Angus Mac
pherson,- of lnnwcraig, Roma, Queensland.
DUCKETT.-On the 25th December, 1925, at
Charles, dearly beloved husband of Emily
(deceased), Clifford M., Emily (Mrs. W. John-
son), and Albert A. Duckett, aged 78 years.
HAWTON.-On the 23rd December, Thomas, be-
loved husband of Margaret Hawton, of 34 Spring
street, Prahran.
LADLOW. -On the 24th December, 1925, at
Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, Charles, dearly be-
loved husband of Ivy Ladlow, and loving father
of Mervan, Lyndsay, and Pearl, loved brother of
Albert, Percy, Ruby (Mrs. Dart), Mary (Mrs.
Pohl), aged 36 years, late A.I.F.
MACPHERSON.-On the 23rd December, 1925,
Harriett Dickson, beloved wife of Angus Mac-
pherson, of lnnescraig, Roma, Queensland.
"How to Make Y[?] Own C[?] (Article), Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939), Thursday 8 November 1923 [Issue No.1996] page 2 2017-06-19 22:59 A happy afternoon was spel
Wednesday, October 24, at a ml
performance of "Mis' Nell 0|
Orleans" by the Hawthorn com!
of St. Martin's Home for Bd
honor of their president, Ma
Duckett. As a mark of the estel
which Mrs. Duckett is held by a]
pale blue to delphinium blue,
box of sweets were presented t|
by the secretary, Mrs. Harry 1
bridge. The committee has ha
very happy year, and has much a]
ciated the hospitality of their 1
A happy afternoon was spent
Wednesday, October 24, at a ma
performance of "Mis' Nell o'
Orleans" by the Hawthorn comm
of St. Martin's Home for Boys in
honor of their president, Mr.
Duckett. As a mark of the esteem
which Mrs. Duckett is held by all
pale blue to delphinium blue, and
box of sweets were presented to
by the secretary, Mrs. Harry
bridge. The committee has had
very happy year, and has much appre-
ciated the hospitality of their
PERSONAL. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 12 October 1925 [Issue No.24,704] page 10 2017-06-19 22:56 conferring of n baronv on Sir George Lloyd,
who was recently appointed High Commis
Bioncr in Uglpt, in place of Lord Allenhi,
who resigned
'Iho ITon Kichtiril Douglass Denman,
hrolhci of Lord Denman, a foi mer Go
vernor General of Austrnlli, has hcen
selected as ti Labour candidato foi the
Central Leeds seal m the House of Com
mons
Mr lilward Duckett of Hiiersilulc
Riversdale road, Hawthorn, died at his iesi
dence }osterda} at the age of 70 yeal s Mr
Duckett vi as ti son of Mi Edward Duckett
founder of the w eil known iron merchants'
firm of Lonsdale street Ho was boin nt
St Kildi Mi Dtiikett leaics ti union
and two children
The death occuired on Saturdii} morning
of Mr Lrncst H Clarke for m my /"its
registrar of birihs marriages, and deaths
in the City of Melbourne Mi Clnike who
hail been ill ioi n long time died nt his
icsidciice 1 skdalc toad, Caulhcld He vins
a BOH of Mr Muren» Clarke, iiuthor of
'For the temi of His Kalin al Life" and
othei works of fiction All Clnike, who
took pirt in the South \fiicm wai, liad
three bl others and Ino sisteis One of his
»istcrs. Miss Lthol Manon Clarke, is au
actress
Mr George "William Catanaoh, vyho had
boen a icsnicnl of Melbourne foi *>0 yens
died at Ins residence Yeovil, Bul wood
carl} }esleída} morning Mr Cntunnoh
who was bom in Middlesex, Knglund, began
business as a wholesale jcviellcr Latei he
opened in Little Collins stiect 'Ihm binn
nesR is still earned on by Ins son Mi
William Al Ciitnnach Mr Catanneh also
leaves two niarued daughters His yiife
died in Jliy last vour Ho yias foi mam
}eais a mcinbei of the Cninhci\ieil toun
eil _
| Julia Mc ininh of lack Itlrtir ftirnii-r yiho Uni
on Atltnint 211 Mt l»y will tint«! Mareil 1« IO» ,
roil r-stat. of a uro-, raino t>( JC2 SOO nuil iiemonql
nropcTty of a «rom raluo of J.« H2(i to ill« «ile
and flintl Kltlijcrt to bequest« or £ 0 to llio liomin
Catholic t-lmrrli latram and j;l_0 to tilt limul
anl nutria llomltil
, The Union .rtl-tec ( oninany of Australia Tlmitril
II anplrlim for n weal nf tlic 1 ngllsli letter« of
administration In Die estate of 1 Hen Ila}.* p
rearütl tllisl In 1 ontlnti on Aiutuit ¿t, 1.21 anil 1 ft
rcnttmal rotate In V ictotla tuiiotititliu to £2 X17
to lier Heit of kin
conferring of a barony on Sir George Lloyd,
who was recently appointed High Commis-
sioner in Egypt, in place of Lord Allenby,
who resigned.
The Hon. Richard Douglass Denman,
brother of Lord Denman, a former Go-
vernor General of Australia, has been
selected as a Labour candidate for the
Central Leeds seat in the House of Com-
mons.
Mr Edward Duckett, of Riversdale,
Riversdale road, Hawthorn, died at his resi-
dence yesterday at the age of 70 years. Mr.
Duckett was a son of Mr. Edward Duckett,
founder of the well known iron merchants'
firm of Lonsdale street. He was born at
St Kilda. Mr. Duckett leaves a widow
and two children.
The death occurred on Saturday morning
of Mr. Ernest H. Clarke, for many years
registrar of births, marriages, and deaths
in the City of Melbourne. Mr. Clarke, who
had been ill for a long time, died at his
residence, Eskdale road, Caulfield. He was
a son of Mr. Marcus Clarke, author of
"For the Term of His Natural Life" and
other works of fiction. Mr. Clarke, who
took part in the South African war, had
three brothers and two sisters. One of his
sisters, Miss Ethel Marion Clarke, is an
actress.
Mr George William Catanach, who had
been a resident of Melbourne for 59 years,
died at his residence, Yeovil, Burwood,
early yesterday morning. Mr Catanach,
who was born in Middlesex, England, began
business as a wholesale jeweller. Later he
opened in Little Collins street. This busi-
ness is still carried on by his son, Mr.
William M. Catanach. Mr. Catanach also
leaves two married daughters. His wife
died in May last year. He was for many
years a member of the Camberwell Coun-
cil.
John McAninly, of Jack River, farmer, who died
on August 29, left by will dated March 16, 1925,
real estate of a gross value of £2,806 and personal
property of a gross value of £3,620 to his wife
and child, subject to bequests of £50 to the Roman
Catholic Church, Yarram and £100 to the Yarram
and District Hospital.
The Union Trustee Company of Australia Limited
is applying for a reseal of the English letters of
administration in the estate of Ellen Hayes. De-
ceased died in London on August 26, 1921, and left
personal estate in Victoria amounting to £2,597
to her next of kin.
Deaths from Poisoning. INQUESTS AT THE MORGUE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 27 February 1925 [Issue No.21,811] page 13 2017-06-19 22:36 quiry was held into the death of An
toinette M'Kinley, 4G, married, of 415
Clifford Charles Duckett, a University stu
dent, of 02 The Avenue, Royal Park, were
made by tho City Coroner (Mr. D. Berri
Morris Duckett, a brother Clifford
was to have sat for supplementarv exami
nation/; for the degree of Bachelor of
?Science next month. In accordance with
his usual practice, deceased had been' con
ducting chemical experiments in tiie tool
shed oa the day of his death, and when
called tor tea he did not appear. He was
and was taken to u hospital, where he
died irom poiVoning by potassium cyanide.
; Witnesses declared that deceased was a
i good athlete, of ciiccry disposition and
! with no apparent wony, but sometimes
taken, if any at all. It was vcv.v seldom
; fumes, but it was possible. '
whether it was taken accidentally or de
quiry was held into the death of An-
toinette McKinley, 4G, married, of 415
Clifford Charles Duckett, a University stu-
dent, of 92 The Avenue, Royal Park, were
made by the City Coroner (Mr. D. Berri-
Morris Duckett, a brother, Clifford
was to have sat for supplementary exami-
nations for the degree of Bachelor of
Science next month. In accordance with
his usual practice, deceased had been con-
ducting chemical experiments in the tool
shed on the day of his death, and when
called for tea he did not appear. He was
and was taken to a hospital, where he
died from poisoning by potassium cyanide.
Witnesses declared that deceased was a
good athlete, of cheery disposition and
with no apparent worry, but sometimes
taken, if any at all. It was very seldom
fumes, but it was possible.
whether it was taken accidentally or de-
CHARLES HACKETT CONCERTS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 19 July 1924 [Issue No.24,321] page 22 2017-06-19 22:32 CHAELES HACKETT CONCERTS.
Mr (narien Duckett, (tonoi) a»ill Rite tin
»nil matinee of Ins unison ihn» iftunonr
in the lown Hill, it I oiltxk, when i line
prntrnrnme will le pte»entid I lu tinil
i iiutit wjll tiki plaie on Iuesdai el
mi. I'lans ire it «linn-1 anti the ii ia i
at lionald s
CHARLES HACKETT CONCERTS.
Mr Charles Hackett, (tenor) will give the
only matinee of his season this afternoon
in the Town Hall, at 3 o'clock, when a fine
programme will be presented. The final
concert will take place on Tuesday even-
ing. Plans are at Allan's, and the day sales
at Ronald's.
OUTDOOR SPORTS. ON THE TARWIN. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 15 January 1929 [Issue No.25,718] page 9 2017-06-19 22:29 OUTDOOR' SPORTS.
Uiitkctt writes -
"I wish to tlnnk 5011 olid liso IA (D11111I1.1II ),
and Mr li _.lo}d, of 1 cong-thu for Hie informa
tIon supplied lim ibnut the luiwln Wier '"tappin*
at Me-lil*,_lt, 1 found it li sen line plurt In tanip
fug; ruliuita were len munirons und them «cré-
tine trout lind blackfish lu Hie Wier I can locum
mend this phec to an} uno wauling good n-lilnj;
and thootlng '
OUTDOOR SPORTS.
Not often are campers considerate enough to re-
commend a good spot to others, but Mr. E. S.
Duckett writes: -
"I wish to thank you and also I.A. (Dumbalk),
and Mr H. Lloyd, of Leongatha for the informa-
tion supplied me about the Tarwi River. Stopping
at Meeniyan, I found it a very fine place for camp-
ing; rabbits were very numerous, and there were
fine trout and blackfish in the river. I can recom-
mend this place to anyone wanting good fishing
and shooting."

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