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1 JohnWarren 4,363,077
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,228,065
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,340
...
381 Dancer 87,418
382 yelsel2 87,207
383 GeoffBrown 86,988
384 Liz.McPherson 86,849
385 rsprout 86,556
386 kegib 86,343

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March 2017 3,862
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 4,363,074
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,227,995
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,335
...
379 Dancer 87,407
380 yelsel2 87,193
381 GeoffBrown 86,988
382 Liz.McPherson 86,849
383 rsprout 86,556
384 kegib 86,343

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Corrections by month

March 2017 3,862
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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Ted Inman (An Appreciation) (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Wednesday 1 July 1953 [Issue No.7246] page 5 2017-03-26 14:37 MTed In man
I (An i Appreciation)
This (is the story of Edwin
> Inman, of Brushgrove, who j
recently/ passed from our j
ken — ' but not from our .
rnemor — at the Grafton
On March 24, 1868— just
H before the death of Charles
H son v/as born to George and i
Eye Inman at Ramornie. i
That son was Edwin Inman, j
who grew to be one of the 1
the older " inhabitants.
clung to all he" knew and
. "When Ted Inman finally
'called quits with life he
-went to his rest knowing
cades , he had done, his best
were his friends. .
B life. Many a man has cause
B his timely advice and wise
. was just being "alive," but
' estel in anything affecting
B the personal side, relaxation
remember him. with affec-
waiting for. daylight to come
2/3. a ton for cutting and an
Ih those days, Ted Inman
B Before he himself was
B often carried him pick-a-
back. Another cohtempor-
cries of Ted Inman go back
golden wedding- anniversary
in BrushgroVe,.; and well re-
member the Wedding of Ted
Inman to - Charlotte Carr, of
Briber's Island.
H| ma' Inman's oldest
B friends . in' the Brushgrove
B sell, and Mick Donohoe, the
a feat' which was certainly
amazing..:
"it will be remembered
that Ted'was a slaughterman
' ing his time in Ramornie he
B in three and a half minutes.
oldest - house in Brushgrove
first Brushgrove post Office
life this -year, but his wife,
B his life in quiet retirement
The members of the farh-
ily were: Sens, Albert
Brushgrove,- Garnet (Gar-
B ney) Brushgrove; daughters,
I 'ill a (Lidcombe); Athole,
Evan's : Head ; and Miss
Maud Inman of Ulmarra..
(Mrs. Thrift) and his sons!
; Nine grandchildren and
attended by a very repfe-
and sjmipathisers to suoport
bonders Chapel for the
.Ted's four sons Herb,
"Gloss"g Bob and "Garney"
had earned the r:"?ht to be
veteran citizen of Erush-
B that Edwin Inman was a
ty a harpy family — content
B to- leave more spectacular
B the Golden Ree had
B brought him happiness.
B In remembering the life
.and regretting the- dath of
B T.ed Inman let. us also re-
call, the words of Seneca:
B "He whom you sav is
r-assed avay his simply
(An Appreciation)
This is the story of Edwin
Inman, of Brushgrove, who
recently passed from our
memory — at the Grafton
On March 24, 1869— just
before the death of Charles
son was born to George and
Eve Inman at Ramornie.
That son was Edwin Inman,
who grew to be one of the
the older inhabitants.
clung to all he knew and
When Ted Inman finally
called quits with life he
went to his rest knowing
cades , he had done his best
were his friends.
life. Many a man has cause
his timely advice and wise
was just being "alive," but
ested in anything affecting
the personal side, relaxation
remember him with affec-
waiting for daylight to come
2/3 a ton for cutting and an
In those days, Ted Inman
Before he himself was
often carried him pick-a-
back. Another contempor-
eries of Ted Inman go back
golden wedding anniversary
in Brushgrove, and well re-
member the wedding of Ted
Inman to Charlotte Carr, of
Palmer's Island.
Ted Inman's oldest
friends in the Brushgrove
sell, and Mick Donohoe, the
a feat which was certainly
It will be remembered
that Ted was a slaughterman
ing his time in Ramornie he
in three and a half minutes.
oldest house in Brushgrove
first Brushgrove post office
life this year, but his wife,
his life in quiet retirement
The members of the fam-
ily were: Sons, Albert
Brushgrove, Garnet (Gar-
ney) Brushgrove; daughters,
Ella (Lidcombe); Athole,
Evan's Head ; and Miss
Maud Inman of Ulmarra.
(Mrs. Thrift) and his sons
Nine grandchildren and
attended by a very repre-
and sympathisers to support
Sanders Chapel for the
Ted's four sons Herb,
"Gloss", Bob and "Garney"
had earned the right to be
veteran citizen of Brush-
that Edwin Inman was a
by a happy family — content
to leave more spectacular
the Golden Rule had
brought him happiness.
In remembering the life
and regretting the death of
Ted Inman let us also re-
call the words of Seneca:
"He whom you say is
passed away his simply
AGED WOMAN PINNED BENEATH CAR COFFS HARBOUR, Fri.-- (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Saturday 19 September 1953 [Issue No.7342] page 2 2017-03-26 14:25 in Coffs Harbour this after
noon could, not be moved
Amelia Scrimshaw, of Cor
; Mrs. Scrimshaw "was
attached to a private resid
car and. an ambulance of
could not be moved back-,
risk of inflicting, further In
. -After the breakdown
admitted in a serious con
lacerations: to the body, ab
in Coffs Harbour this after-
noon could not be moved
Amelia Scrimshaw, of Cor-
Mrs. Scrimshaw was
attached to a private resid-
car and an ambulance of-
could not be moved back-
risk of inflicting further in-
After the breakdown
admitted in a serious con-
lacerations to the body, ab-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Coffs Harbour Advocate (NSW : 1907 - 1942; 1946 - 1954), Tuesday 22 September 1953 [Issue No.3898] page 4 2017-03-26 14:24 family wish to thans all kind
friends and relatives for their ex
of their mother, Mrs. A. Scrim
their kind sympathy in their cad
bereavement in the less oi their
dear mother. Mrs. I. A. Scrim
family wish to thank all kind
friends and relatives for their ex-
of their mother, Mrs. A. Scrim-
their kind sympathy in their sad
bereavement in the loss of their
dear mother, Mrs. I. A. Scrim-
Finding of Accidental Death (Article), Coffs Harbour Advocate (NSW : 1907 - 1942; 1946 - 1954), Friday 16 October 1953 [Issue No.3904] page 4 2017-03-26 14:23 Mr. [. E. Emery, District Coroner,
into the death of Isabelie Amel
who died at Coffs Harbour Dis
deceased, who wa^ very deaf,
Mr. J. E. Emery, District Coroner,
into the death of Isabelle Amel-
who died at Coffs Harbour Dis-
deceased, who was very deaf,
AGED WOMAN DIES FOLLOWING ACCIDENT (Article), Coffs Harbour Advocate (NSW : 1907 - 1942; 1946 - 1954), Tuesday 22 September 1953 [Issue No.3898] page 1 2017-03-26 14:22 M nice
irafflifl 111Ed
Mrs. Isabella Amelia Scrim
hours alter she had been ad
znited, following an accident in
injured woman. .
thigh, severe lacerations to ihe
AGED WOMAN DIES
Mrs. Isabella Amelia Scrim-
hours after she had been ad-
mited, following an accident in
injured woman.
thigh, severe lacerations to the
Inquest At Coffs (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Thursday 15 October 1953 [Issue No.7264] page 2 2017-03-26 14:19 an inquest , into the death of
Isabelle Amelia Scriirishaw,
on September 19, laoo, tne
.District Coroner, Mr. J. E.
died: from the effect of in
juries received on the previ
ous day when she was ' ac
Max Burling. . 1
Mr. Burling was backing,
his. car from his home into
Hill street. Coffs Harbour,
ari aged woman and very-
deaf, suddenly walked , be
driver . ' and. was. knocked- ;
down, sustaining a broken 1
Shd died next dav ln.the
Coffs Harbour District- Hos
pital from the effect of the .
an inquest into the death of
Isabelle Amelia Scrimshaw,
on September 19,1953, the
District Coroner, Mr. J. E.
died from the effect of in-
juries received on the previ-
ous day when she was ac-
Max Burling.
Mr. Burling was backing
his car from his home into
Hill street, Coffs Harbour,
an aged woman and very
deaf, suddenly walked be-
driver and was knocked
down, sustaining a broken
She died next day in the
Coffs Harbour District Hos-
pital from the effect of the
MRS. I. A. SCRIMSHAW (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Tuesday 22 September 1953 [Issue No.7344] page 4 2017-03-26 14:14 Scrimshaw,- who was in
trict Hospital early on Sat
of age, .was struck by a car
be called to lift the car be
The fun'eral took place
this , afternoon, leaving St.;
in charge of funeral ar
Scrimshaw, who was in-
trict Hospital early on Sat-
of age, was struck by a car
be called to lift the car be-
The funeral took place
this afternoon, leaving St.
in charge of funeral ar-
Advertising (Advertising), Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889), Tuesday 30 August 1887 [Issue No.2293] page 1 2017-03-26 13:54 ' . FRIDAY NEXT, 2ND SEPTEMBER.
.on1
; HORSES, WORKING BULLOCKS, FARM
IMPLEMENTS, BRICKS; BLACKSMITH'S FORDE, ko..
HENRY MAURICE'has recoived instructions
from Mr..Goonara INMON, to soil by auction,
without reserve, at tho City Auotion Rooms, Prince-"
Btroot, Grafton, on FRIDAY NEXT,-2nd Septomber,
at ll o'clock,' .? .,?"?-!..-ÍÍ¡: i--,' -
Bay . Draught Maro,. Groy : Draught Maro, both .-?
' staunch and in foal to Mr. Pullen's stallion.
Creamy Saddle Maro, in foal to Scaundus,
Bay Stookdalo Colt ; Heifer.
Two Leading Bullooks, Bows, Yokes and'Chains -
and Tip-Dray. "
Kiln of Bricks at Oorindi, about 20,000.
Blacksmith's Forgo, 22 inch Bellows, Anvil, Sledge
: Hammer, Hand Hammor, Vyoo, 4 pairs Tongs.
' Horse-shoos, Shooing Tools, ko,
3 Iron Ploughs, Harrow, -2-Scufllors, C Swlnglo
Troes, Corn Shollor, ko.
Brnoo and 12 Bits, 3 Hand Saws, Maul Ring.-t,
Wedges, Axes, Grindstone, Mounting : and
Stand completo, Bullock Dray, Brako, ko., ko. .
._TERMS CASH.-NO RESERVE.
FRIDAY NEXT, 2ND SEPTEMBER.
UNRESERVED SALE OF
HORSES, WORKING BULLOCKS, FARM
IMPLEMENTS, BRICKS, BLACKSMITH'S FORGE, &c.
HENRY MAURICE has received instructions
from Mr. GEORGE INMON, to sell by auction
without reserve, at the City Auction Rooms, Prince-
Steet, Grafton, on FRIDAY NEXT, 2ND September,
at 11 o'clock,
Bay Draught Mare, Grey Draught Mare, both
staunch and in foal to Mr. Pullen's stallion.
Creamy Saddle Mare, in foal to Secundus,
Bay Stockdale Colt ; Heifer.
Two Leading Bullocks, Bows, Yokes and Chains
and Tip-Dray.
Kiln of Bricks at Corindi, about 20,000.
Blacksmith's Forge, 22 inch Bellows, Anvil, Sledge
Hammer, Hand Hammer, Vyce, 4 pairs Tongs,
Horse-shoes, Shoeing Tools, &c.,
3 Iron Ploughs, Harrow, 2 Scufflers, 5 Swingle
Trees, Corn Sheller, &c.
Brace and 12 Bits, 3 Hand Saws, Maul Rings,
Wedges, Axes, Grindstone, Mounting and
Stand complete, Bullock Dray, Brake, &c., &c.
TERMS CASH.-NO RESERVE.
The Keilawarra Catastrophe. FINDING OF BODIES. (Article), Glen Innes Examiner and General Advertiser (NSW : 1874 - 1908), Tuesday 21 December 1886 [Issue No.739] page 2 2017-03-26 13:47 finding of bodies.
Kempsey, at CofFs Harbor on Thursday morning, at
me-now, 16 miles' distance, at about 2 o'clock 111 the
over tlie body lakeu away, a fearful sight was pre
sented to their view. The body was lhat of an im
The body was greatly swelled, and all the skin bad
had" set in, and maggots were creeping over the corpse.
most lovely spot, sloping towards the ocean and sur
body,, which was lying in front of. a residence adjoin
ing Small's Sugar .Alill. They reached the spot
shortly before dusk. . Decomposition had set in to a
greater degree than in the case of the other body al
and was lying in folds. Both of his arms were tat
the name J. M'Kay, surrounded by a border of
inch deep ; the J was reversed, and the M'Kay was
and two arrows underneath was tottooed 011 the left
also the letter " M" between two oiher letiers which
cannot be deciphered. With regard to the appear
tnnlli ivfintin <T nt) llln lofV eirln \C »hn
..UK, owt, ui. me luwci jaw,
'Wreckers werp to lie seen busy at work on the beach
securing goods, and setllei-s were to be seen around
valuables, "lhe attention of Sub-Inspector Baker
was directed to this iact, and he has instructed the
found on thb beach. Mr. George Inmon, of Corandi,
and rivets, and the words " I . I-Iains, passenger to
Melbourne," were painted 011 the lid. The trunk
was also a scrap ol poetry, entitled " The Australian
steel chain willi a sixpence attached.
In all probability tlie men, whose bodies have al
It is sui mised by some that " J. At 'Kay " may not he
hut possibly that of his sweetheart or other beloved
men to thus perpetuate their memory. J- M 'Kay's
Pnrkes for wanting to sell our railways and thus
i bring foreign capital into the country. Henry will
j soon begin to doubt (if he hasn't doubted al
ready) whether he's a Protectionist or a Frce-
1 ader.
FINDING OF BODIES
Kempsey, at Coff's Harbor on Thursday morning, at
me-now, 16 miles' distance, at about 2 o'clock in the
over the body taken away, a fearful sight was pre-
sented to their view. The body was that of an im-
The body was greatly swelled, and all the skin had
had set in, and maggots were creeping over the corpse.
most lovely spot, sloping towards the ocean and sur-
body, which was lying in front of a residence adjoin-
ing Small's Sugar Mill. They reached the spot
shortly before dusk. Decomposition had set in to a
greater degree than in the case of the other body al-
and was lying in folds. Both of his arms were tat-
the name J. McKay, surrounded by a border of
inch deep ; the J was reversed, and the McKay was
and two arrows underneath was tattooed on the left
also the letter " M" between two other letters which
cannot be deciphered. With regard to the appear-
tooth wanting on the left side of the lower jaw.
Wreckers were to be seen busy at work on the beach
securing goods, and settlers were to be seen around
valuables. The attention of Sub-Inspector Baker
was directed to this fact, and he has instructed the
found on the beach. Mr. George Inmon, of Corandi,
and rivets, and the words " F. Hains, passenger to
Melbourne," were painted on the lid. The trunk
was also a scrap of poetry, entitled " The Australian
Girl's Farewell," a silver cup in three pieces, and a
steel chain with a sixpence attached.
In all probability the men, whose bodies have al-
It is surmised by some that " J. McKay " may not be
but possibly that of his sweetheart or other beloved
men to thus perpetuate their memory. J. McKay's
Parkes for wanting to sell our railways and thus
bring foreign capital into the country. Henry will
soon begin to doubt (if he hasn't doubted al-
ready) whether he's a Protectionist or a Free-
loader.
From the Clarence to the Coast. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 12 September 1885 [Issue No.1314] page 557 2017-03-26 13:24 place that attracts the notice of the travel
ler is Mr. ,G. Inmon's holding, accommodation-house, -
.Grafton. Mr. Inmon is an enterprising energetic man, but
tMs season has been singularly unfortunate in the cultiva-'
tion of sugar-cane. O ut of 25 acres wMch looked promising
The cane was mostly of the rappoc variety,' with a mixture
of ribbon, lilian, green, black Javn-cherybon, violet, and
drawback was the noncompletion of a sugar Mill wMch
he hod started. TMs was commenced too late to
save the. cane, wMch. at firet was only slightly affected
building operations were suspended, so that what un
doubtedly would have proved a Doon to the district will now
Gorindi district consequently suffer in like manner to himself.
Stock have been turned into the canefields, and what is not -
eaten will, be ploughed out, the intention being , not to
for the former by means of Messrs. John See and Co. 's '
steamer, wMch calls at Arawarra, four miles off, and takes
produce to Sydney.* Not less, however, than 200 bags of
An experiment in this direction has already proved suc
these alone 2471b. were obtained last season, exclusivo of
A few of the farmers in. the Corindi district are — Messrs.
and A. M'Callum, J. Hill, A. Moncrieff, T.
partly good undulating country. Surrounding his home
stead is a neat flower garden, wMch is worth mentioning
in Corindi and the adjoining district of Woogoolga ; but, .
was anticipated at the beginning of the season. A descrip
tion of Mr. Pollen's sugarmill, and the work done by cane- '
growers at 'Woogoolga, will appear in next week's issue.
place that attracts the notice of the travel-
ler is Mr. G. Inmon's holding, accommodation-house,
Grafton. Mr. Inmon is an enterprising energetic man, but
this season has been singularly unfortunate in the cultiva-
tion of sugar-cane. Out of 25 acres which looked promising
The cane was mostly of the rappoe variety, with a mixture
of ribbon, lilian, green, black Java-cherybon, violet, and
drawback was the noncompletion of a sugar mill which
he had started. This was commenced too late to
save the cane, which at first was only slightly affected
building operations were suspended, so that what un-
doubtedly would have proved a boon to the district will now
Corindi district consequently suffer in like manner to himself.
Stock have been turned into the canefields, and what is not
eaten will be ploughed out, the intention being not to
for the former by means of Messrs. John See and Co. 's
steamer, which calls at Arawarra, four miles off, and takes
produce to Sydney. Not less, however, than 200 bags of
An experiment in this direction has already proved suc-
these alone 2471b. were obtained last season, exclusive of
A few of the farmers in the Corindi district are — Messrs.
and A. McCallum, J. Hill, A. Moncrieff, T.
partly good undulating country. Surrounding his home-
stead is a neat flower garden, which is worth mentioning
in Corindi and the adjoining district of Woogoolga ; but,
was anticipated at the beginning of the season. A descrip-
tion of Mr. Pollen's sugarmill, and the work done by cane-
growers at Woogoolga, will appear in next week's issue.

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