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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,184
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,973,553
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,777
...
782 CathConnolly 39,504
783 Mirrabooka1 39,492
784 IanSyson 39,420
785 Marie.Pinkewich 39,367
786 DesSeary 39,354
787 dobbo1 39,212

39,367 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 171
May 2017 1,603
April 2017 672
March 2017 54
February 2017 453
January 2017 115
December 2016 45
September 2016 977
August 2016 137
February 2016 427
January 2016 3,805
December 2015 5,425
November 2015 199
October 2015 50
September 2015 277
August 2015 122
June 2015 81
April 2015 5
March 2015 273
February 2015 1,691
January 2015 1,554
December 2014 1,040
November 2014 1,916
October 2014 64
September 2014 53
August 2014 1,076
July 2014 37
June 2014 949
January 2014 254
December 2013 1,315
November 2013 1,678
October 2013 204
September 2013 700
August 2013 297
June 2013 223
April 2013 217
March 2013 1,123
February 2013 730
January 2013 282
December 2012 106
November 2012 10
April 2012 62
March 2012 539
January 2012 968
December 2011 963
November 2011 269
October 2011 1,563
September 2011 209
July 2011 59
April 2011 203
March 2011 52
February 2011 34
January 2011 173
November 2010 293
September 2010 6
August 2010 53
April 2010 171
March 2010 52
February 2010 709
January 2010 2,579

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,153
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,973,553
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,202,772
...
781 Mirrabooka1 39,492
782 IanSyson 39,420
783 CathConnolly 39,408
784 Marie.Pinkewich 39,367
785 DesSeary 39,295
786 dobbo1 39,212

39,367 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 171
May 2017 1,603
April 2017 672
March 2017 54
February 2017 453
January 2017 115
December 2016 45
September 2016 977
August 2016 137
February 2016 427
January 2016 3,805
December 2015 5,425
November 2015 199
October 2015 50
September 2015 277
August 2015 122
June 2015 81
April 2015 5
March 2015 273
February 2015 1,691
January 2015 1,554
December 2014 1,040
November 2014 1,916
October 2014 64
September 2014 53
August 2014 1,076
July 2014 37
June 2014 949
January 2014 254
December 2013 1,315
November 2013 1,678
October 2013 204
September 2013 700
August 2013 297
June 2013 223
April 2013 217
March 2013 1,123
February 2013 730
January 2013 282
December 2012 106
November 2012 10
April 2012 62
March 2012 539
January 2012 968
December 2011 963
November 2011 269
October 2011 1,563
September 2011 209
July 2011 59
April 2011 203
March 2011 52
February 2011 34
January 2011 173
November 2010 293
September 2010 6
August 2010 53
April 2010 171
March 2010 52
February 2010 709
January 2010 2,579

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Family Notices (Family Notices), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Saturday 27 January 1917 [Issue No.17,924] page 3 2017-06-18 22:03 f£M-lE friends of the late 'Mr William
Scon, senr., are respectfully in
of interment, at the Vaughan Ceme
The funeral will 'leave his late resi
dence, the old 'Strathloddon Hotel,
Strathloddon, THIS iDAY (Satur
dav),*at o o'clock.
THE friends of the late Mr William
Scott, senr., are respectfully in-
of interment, at the Vaughan Ceme-
The funeral will leave his late resi-
dence, the old Strathloddon Hotel,
Strathloddon, THIS DAY (Satur-
day), at 3 o'clock.
THE JOLLY FAMILY. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 12 August 1905 [Issue No.18,432] page 17 2017-06-18 13:37 TU I! JOUA' I'AillLY. t
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THE JOLLY FAMILY.
Before Messrs. Long, Smythe, and Pennington,
J.P.'s, at the Caulfield Court yesterday, William
Jolly was charged with having deserted Mary Jane
Jolly, his wife, on July 17, and having left her
and her children without adequate means of sup-
port. Mr. T. C. Sharp prosecuted, and Mr. H.
Price defended.
Mary Jane Jolly deposed :—My husband came
home drunk at midnight. He took down a gun,
and I ran away. I went home in the morning, and
he was still drunk, so I went away again. I am
absolutely afraid to live with him. He came
home once with a pen-knife in his hand, and
walked up and down the room near the bed. We
have had 10 children. I have no means of living.
Our house is only a shed, and has no fireplace. He
told me when I complained that I could go under
the hedge if I was not satisfied. I have been
married 27 years, and he has left me eight times.
I have to go out begging.
William Jolly deposed :—I asked my wife to get
me some tobacco, and she said she wouldn't, which
led to a quarrel. She always minds the money.
I built the house myself. It is quite habitable.
The Bench dismissed the case.
Advertising (Advertising), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Wednesday 22 January 1908 [Issue No.15,152] page 3 2017-06-18 12:50 guillford.
Estate late William Jolly.
THIS HAY THIS HAY
2.30 p in.
We. ad.ai-', by order of the Executor, will
. sell souseho .0 furniture and
effect8, comprising — Spring i.avt with cover,
Set Harness, Pr Lamps, dinger's s. Machine,
Stands and Ware, t Glasses, Kitchen Utensils,
Fruit Cases and Sundries. Absolute sule.
11 15 is 22 w. e adams, Auctioneer.
GUILLFORD.
Estate late WILLIAM JOLLY.
THIS DAY THIS DAY
2.30 p.m.
W. E. ADAMS, by order of the Executor, will
sell HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and
EFFECTS, comprising — Spring cart with cover,
Set Harness, Pr Lamps, Singer's S. Machine,
Stands and Ware, T Glasses, Kitchen Utensils,
Fruit Cases and Sundries. Absolute Sale.
11 15 18 22 W. E. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Advertising (Advertising), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Saturday 11 January 1908 [Issue No.15,143] page 3 2017-06-18 12:43 Estate late William Jolly.
Estate late WILLIAM JOLLY.
Advertising (Advertising), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Monday 26 November 1883 [Issue No.7690] page 3 2017-06-18 12:39 Savings Bank at Oastlemaine.
-VTOTICE is hereby given that it is the intention
_Ly of the Trustees ' to "pay the balance at tho
brad it of Alicia Jolly, deceased, to William' Jolly,
ubleas good cause be shown' to the contrary before
tlifc oth December, 1883. ' ' ' ' ' : ' 1 '
By 'order of the Trustees,
' - ' " : ' H1JGH' £>." CRAMER,
- ' 1 ''' ' ' , " . Actuary.
26th November, 1883. . nv 26
Savings Bank at Castlemaine.
NOTICE is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Trustees to pay the balance at the
credit of Alicia Jolly, deceased, to William Jolly,
unless good cause be shown to the contrary before
the 5th December, 1883.
By order of the Trustees,
HUGH S. CRAMER,
Actuary.
26th November, 1883. nv 26
Advertising (Advertising), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Wednesday 15 January 1908 [Issue No.15,146] page 3 2017-06-18 12:36 GUILLFORH
Estate lato William Jolly.
WE. ADAMS, by order of tlie Executor, will
. sell HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and
II 15 IS 22 W. E AD.-VMS, Auctioneer.
GUILLFORD
Estate late WILLIAM JOLLY.
W.E. ADAMS, by order of the Executor, will
sell HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and
11 15 18 22 W. E. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Advertising (Advertising), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Wednesday 28 March 1866 [Issue No.2195] page 3 2017-06-18 12:31 ! 392 tc
392 tc
OTHER OUTBREAKS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 4 February 1910 [Issue No.19,826] page 8 2017-06-18 12:14 AVOCA, Thursday-A bush fire luoke
out vestcidaj on the propeity of Mi Wil-
stroyed 150 aerea of good grass and some
fencing 1 ho c tuse of tht fire is mil no«« n
CASTLEMAiNE, Tlmr day - When
bui nmg off woik was in piogiess it the
Campbells Gi eck Ctmeteiv on Wednesdn
Hie lire got beyond contiol, and tu«ched
through the Mtthodist portion and eiid
considerable damage it spiead lo Jil A
Grii's glass paddock, and destiovcd all
the gross and was cheeked by the hre hu
gndc and scoies of firefighter«! just is it
leached Jil 1 Gray s fine orthard
AVOCA, Thursday.—A bush fire broke
out yesterday on the property of Mr. Wil-
stroyed 150 acres of good grass and some
fencing. The cause of the fire is unknown.
CASTLEMAiNE, Thursday. — When
burning-off work was in progress at the
Campbell's Creek Cemetery on Wednesday
the fire got beyond control, and travelled
through the Methodist portion, and did
considerable damage. It spread to Mr. A.
Gray's grass paddock, and destroyed all
the grass, and was checked by the fire bri-
gade and scores of firefighters just as it
reached Mr. F. Gray's fine orchard.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918), Saturday 13 October 1883 [Issue No.1451] page 39 2017-06-18 11:52 Jolly.— On tho 5th October, at Guildford, Alicia
FJorlnda, tho beloved wifo of William Jolly, and
second daughtor of James Alton, Esq., Klchardstowu,
Longford, Ireland, aged 46.
JOLLY.—On the 5th October, at Guildford, Alicia
Florlnda, the beloved wife of William Jolly, and
second daughtor of James Allen, Esq., Richardstown,
Longford, Ireland, aged 48.
DEATH FROM BURNS. BEDCLOTHES CATCH ALIGHT. MELBOURNE, Saturday. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Monday 12 June 1916 [Issue No.14160] page 8 2017-06-18 01:48 death from burns.
, «G' C 'AS»
BEDCLOTHES CATCH- ALIGHT.
Fitzroy. was burned to death in/ her
was found on the floor, her clothes hav
ing been burnt, while the 'bedding was
on fire. Beside the body was a burnt- |
the house < heard nothing during the
DEATH FROM BURNS.
--xxoxx--
BEDCLOTHES CATCH ALIGHT.
Fitzroy. was burned to death in her
was found on the floor, her clothes hav-
ing been burnt, while the bedding was
on fire. Beside the body was a burnt-
the house heard nothing during the

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