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2 NeilHamilton 2,954,541
3 noelwoodhouse 2,687,573
4 annmanley 2,225,250
5 John.F.Hall 2,025,248
...
965 stephenbuchanan 29,061
966 AsaW 29,058
967 GillianHA 29,029
968 Nikki 28,958
969 Bibbity 28,926
970 white28patch 28,915

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January 2017 65
May 2016 79
February 2016 68
January 2016 558
December 2015 253
July 2015 3
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February 2015 23
December 2014 45
October 2014 255
July 2014 46
June 2014 91
May 2014 256
April 2014 777
December 2013 53
November 2013 30
October 2013 166
September 2013 107
August 2013 19
July 2013 134
June 2013 216
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December 2011 393
November 2011 801
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December 2010 5,154
November 2010 1,952
October 2010 340
September 2010 52
August 2010 59
July 2010 16
March 2010 84
February 2010 48
October 2009 162
September 2009 59

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,225,379
2 NeilHamilton 2,954,541
3 noelwoodhouse 2,687,573
4 annmanley 2,225,180
5 John.F.Hall 2,025,246
...
962 stephenbuchanan 29,048
963 CalsRock 29,039
964 GillianHA 29,029
965 Nikki 28,958
966 Bibbity 28,926
967 white28patch 28,915

28,958 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2017 65
May 2016 79
February 2016 68
January 2016 558
December 2015 253
July 2015 3
March 2015 10
February 2015 23
December 2014 45
October 2014 255
July 2014 46
June 2014 91
May 2014 256
April 2014 777
December 2013 53
November 2013 30
October 2013 166
September 2013 107
August 2013 19
July 2013 134
June 2013 216
May 2013 172
November 2012 26
October 2012 227
September 2012 30
June 2012 8
May 2012 91
April 2012 486
February 2012 61
January 2012 306
December 2011 393
November 2011 801
October 2011 252
September 2011 31
August 2011 24
June 2011 754
May 2011 3,594
April 2011 1,128
March 2011 2,618
February 2011 3,537
January 2011 3,239
December 2010 5,154
November 2010 1,952
October 2010 340
September 2010 52
August 2010 59
July 2010 16
March 2010 84
February 2010 48
October 2009 162
September 2009 59

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1899. (Article), Wodonga and Towong Sentinel (Vic. : 1885 - 1954), Friday 22 December 1899 [Issue No.747] page 2 2017-01-05 20:54 We regret tohave to record the
deathti of, M Dainiie William Lens, .whp.
for many years carried' on Iusiness as
Ia blacksmith, :coachbruilder, &o., at
Betlianga Road. Tihe sad event was
not' ? dexpected,, Mr Lees having
suffer'ed' severely from' a 'caheerotri
trouhloe for over two years past. In
fact, his condition lihad been for many
months so hopeless, and his suflbrings
end: a welcome release. Prior to
symptoms of the dreadful disease mimni
finer type of a young man in, the disa
triot.. But the )lest medical skill was
unalde to, combat what is generally
accepted, as an incurable-malady, and,,
to imrprove, and the hopes of'his friendis
wore raised for iv few weeks 6r months,
the once. robust fiame gradually' re
diced; until' "Dn," as- she was
familiarly. calledi became liut a' more
shadow of his former self;- Lately he
was compelled to- relinq!ish, business
altogether,.nand' he sold-out to" Mb~srs
Wallace and M "iray.. A few years
ago thip .- deceased, had:..thes;misforý
tuneil .. to--loss --his -wits, othl?_? l
two you'ng children -=a boy of'nine
and' a girl of four-are- now absolute
orphans. Few roen were more
generally respected' than Dan. Leo;.
He- was born.ill Chiltern, and came to
BAthanga' with' his faither 25 years
ago;: when' ppulation .wad first
attracted-tO the place, the deceased and
his father being iamong the li'rst'to settle
onthenew-fields. A'well-read;igood living
young man, of'onswerving integrity, a
friends throughout the. district. His
father (Mr Daniel Lees), with- whom
deceased: resided, survives him- at
Bethanga rabd;: and' the deepest
Cole, of BAthanga, is a sister of the de.`
ceased.. The funeral, which took place
on Tseeday,in the-Berringa COmetery,
was very largelyr attended; the cortege
nunihering over 200 persons, notwith
standing the extreme heat of the after.
noon." The Wodon?sn Masonic Lodge,.
of which- deceased was a member,
mourners.' The service of the
Church- of: Eniland was read at'
the grave hy the Rsv. G. A. C. Wade,
of Tallangiatta. During his illness the
should' he accorded a Masonic funeral,
and in ohedience to this desire the
Bi. Leighton.. The service of the
Recaliahite Lodge, of' which deceased
was also a member, was read v Mfr C'
Mr George G'oillett and' Miss
Susanna Tankard, of Bethansa, were
married' at St. Luke's Church, We?'
drnga, by the vicar (the R.v. Herhbert
Hitchcock) onl Sunday evening: 'The
We regret to have to record the
death of Mr Daniel William Lees, who
for many years carried on business as
a blacksmith, coachbuilder, &c., at
Bethanga Road. The sad event was
not unexpected, Mr Lees having
suffered severely from a cancerous
trouble for over two years past. In
fact, his condition had been for many
months so hopeless, and his sufferings
end a welcome release. Prior to
symptoms of the dreadful disease mani
finer type of a young man in the dis-
trict. But the best medical skill was
unable to combat what is generally
accepted as an incurable malady, and,
to improve, and the hopes of his friends
were raised for a few weeks or months,
the once robust frame gradually re-
duced until "Dan," as he was
familiarly called, became but a mere
shadow of his former self. Lately he
was compelled to relinquish business
altogether, and he sold out to Messrs
Wallace and Murray. A few years
ago the deceased had the misfor-
tune to lose his wife, so that his
two young children —a boy of nine
and a girl of four—are now absolute
orphans. Few men were more
generally respected than Dan. Lee.
He was born in Chiltern, and came to
Bethanga with his father 25 years
ago, when population was first
attracted to the place, the deceased and
his father being among the first to settle
on the new fields. A well-read, good living
young man, of unswerving integrity, a
friends throughout the district. His
father (Mr Daniel Lees), with whom
deceased resided, survives him at
Bethanga road, and the deepest
Cole, of Bethanga, is a sister of the de-
ceased. The funeral, which took place
on Tuesday, in the Berringa Cemetery,
was very largely attended; the cortege
numbering over 200 persons, notwith-
standing the extreme heat of the after-
noon. The Wodonga Masonic Lodge,
of which deceased was a member,
mourners. The service of the
Church of England was read at
the grave by the Rev. G. A. C. Wade,
of Tallangatta. During his illness the
should be accorded a Masonic funeral,
and in obedience to this desire the
Br. Leighton. The service of the
Rechabite Lodge, of which deceased
was also a member, was read by Mr C
Mr George Grillett and Miss
Susanna Tankard, of Bethanga, were
married at St. Luke's Church, Wo-
donga, by the vicar (the Rev. Herbert
Hitchcock) on Sunday evening. The

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