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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,229,227
2 NeilHamilton 2,955,536
3 noelwoodhouse 2,694,159
4 annmanley 2,225,250
5 John.F.Hall 2,027,776
6 maurielyn 1,643,218

2,225,250 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 563
November 2016 3,971
October 2016 10,572
September 2016 17,247
August 2016 8,851
July 2016 2,523
June 2016 242
May 2016 4,524
February 2016 3,717
January 2016 6,879
December 2015 13,459
November 2015 13,223
October 2015 14,407
September 2015 12,846
August 2015 17,417
July 2015 15,493
June 2015 13,550
May 2015 19,065
April 2015 16,517
March 2015 16,416
February 2015 639
January 2015 2,856
December 2014 1,005
November 2014 612
October 2014 10,726
September 2014 31,962
August 2014 32,012
July 2014 27,428
June 2014 40,343
May 2014 22,817
April 2014 15,363
March 2014 19,715
February 2014 24,184
January 2014 24,677
December 2013 27,211
November 2013 27,128
October 2013 32,366
September 2013 36,567
August 2013 26,825
July 2013 31,039
June 2013 28,428
May 2013 27,292
April 2013 30,601
March 2013 31,616
February 2013 26,453
January 2013 17,516
December 2012 16,707
November 2012 14,311
October 2012 5,918
September 2012 38,755
August 2012 44,609
July 2012 34,527
June 2012 34,351
May 2012 19,704
April 2012 37,154
March 2012 38,134
February 2012 40,545
January 2012 65,078
December 2011 29,707
November 2011 35,699
October 2011 44,777
September 2011 40,392
August 2011 37,550
July 2011 36,571
June 2011 53,560
May 2011 24,588
April 2011 26,013
March 2011 36,711
February 2011 30,852
January 2011 25,789
December 2010 25,101
November 2010 18,682
October 2010 33,565
September 2010 22,735
August 2010 35,629
July 2010 34,457
June 2010 39,716
May 2010 38,682
April 2010 44,571
March 2010 35,547
February 2010 31,701
January 2010 26,075
December 2009 31,682
November 2009 32,360
October 2009 47,978
September 2009 37,292
August 2009 31,098
July 2009 37,514

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,229,224
2 NeilHamilton 2,955,536
3 noelwoodhouse 2,694,159
4 annmanley 2,225,180
5 John.F.Hall 2,027,774
6 maurielyn 1,643,218

2,225,180 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 563
November 2016 3,960
October 2016 10,540
September 2016 17,220
August 2016 8,851
July 2016 2,523
June 2016 242
May 2016 4,524
February 2016 3,717
January 2016 6,879
December 2015 13,459
November 2015 13,223
October 2015 14,407
September 2015 12,846
August 2015 17,417
July 2015 15,493
June 2015 13,550
May 2015 19,065
April 2015 16,517
March 2015 16,416
February 2015 639
January 2015 2,856
December 2014 1,005
November 2014 612
October 2014 10,726
September 2014 31,962
August 2014 32,012
July 2014 27,428
June 2014 40,343
May 2014 22,817
April 2014 15,363
March 2014 19,715
February 2014 24,184
January 2014 24,677
December 2013 27,211
November 2013 27,128
October 2013 32,366
September 2013 36,567
August 2013 26,825
July 2013 31,039
June 2013 28,428
May 2013 27,292
April 2013 30,601
March 2013 31,616
February 2013 26,453
January 2013 17,516
December 2012 16,707
November 2012 14,311
October 2012 5,918
September 2012 38,755
August 2012 44,609
July 2012 34,527
June 2012 34,351
May 2012 19,704
April 2012 37,154
March 2012 38,134
February 2012 40,545
January 2012 65,078
December 2011 29,707
November 2011 35,699
October 2011 44,777
September 2011 40,392
August 2011 37,550
July 2011 36,571
June 2011 53,560
May 2011 24,588
April 2011 26,013
March 2011 36,711
February 2011 30,852
January 2011 25,789
December 2010 25,101
November 2010 18,682
October 2010 33,565
September 2010 22,735
August 2010 35,629
July 2010 34,457
June 2010 39,716
May 2010 38,682
April 2010 44,571
March 2010 35,547
February 2010 31,701
January 2010 26,075
December 2009 31,682
November 2009 32,360
October 2009 47,978
September 2009 37,292
August 2009 31,098
July 2009 37,514

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 murds5 53,364
2 mickbrook 37,253
3 jaybee67 24,232
4 EricTheRed 19,873
5 Stephans 19,868
...
140 LindaSD 75
141 Carolynt153 73
142 Glennie5 72
143 annmanley 70
144 HollyH 70
145 Sherdescend 69

70 line(s) corrected.

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November 2016 11
October 2016 32
September 2016 27


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Local and General. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 22 November 1939 [Issue No.3166] page 4 2016-12-12 13:05 and is now serving in the Royal Aus
tralian Auxiliary Fleet as wireless
officer. He recently returned to Aus
tralia after three years in Papna,
brother Mr. J. C. Brown (Joe) is st
of stud cattle on this 'river.
and is now serving in the Royal Aus-
tralian Auxiliary Fleet as wireless
officer. He recently returned to Aus-
tralia after three years in Papua,
brother Mr. J. C. Brown (Joe) is at
of stud cattle on this river.
OBITUARY. Mr. A. T. Murphy. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 15 July 1936 [Issue No.2994] page 1 2016-12-12 13:03 West Kempsey. Employed until enlist
Ward, Sydney. The funeral on Sat
after a service by Rev. Father T. J*
^Morris who also officiated at the iiw
a guard of honor, and- four other re»i
surmounted . by wreaths .
Mr. Brown, who sailed by the Mac
perty Australian IrocTand Steel t«il f
bought from the Government ilwr*11!
£55,000, and on which a rninibn ?'?» *& »
West Kempsey. Employed until enlist-
Ward, Sydney. The funeral on Sat-
after a service by Rev. Father T. J.
Morris who also officiated at the in-
a guard of honor, and four other re-
Mr. Brown, who sailed by the Mac-
At Port Kembla gangs of men are
working day and night on the pro-
perty Australian Iron and Steel Ltd.,
bought from the Government for
£55,000, and on which a rnillion is to
MR. Wm. BROWN DEAD. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 17 April 1929 [Issue No.2623] page 4 2016-12-12 12:57 MR. Wro. BROWN DEAD.
Kempsey Methodist Church to Fred
erickton cemeteo', where Rev. F. E.
foeean business in Bellincren. 1897: and
entered into partnership in store keep
decided to go on to his, farm property
.Brown will be much missed by a host
obliging citizen he will be more miss
ed by the public who sought his servi
strong aid in every helpful or charit
Gladstone Methodist Church, a com
I.M.S. Society. Mr. Brown is surviv
Heather Brown, Belmore Rh'er, two
Belmore River, for whom much sym
pathy is expressed in their sudden be
MR. Wm. BROWN DEAD.
Kempsey Methodist Church to Fred-
erickton cemetery, where Rev. F. E.
foeean business in Bellingen. 1897: and
entered into partnership in store keep-
decided to go on to his farm property
Brown will be much missed by a host
obliging citizen he will be more miss-
ed by the public who sought his servi-
strong aid in every helpful or charit-
Gladstone Methodist Church, a com-
I.M.S. Society. Mr. Brown is surviv-
Heather Brown, Belmore River, two
Belmore River, for whom much sym-
pathy is expressed in their sudden be-
Mr. Wm. Brown. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 24 June 1925 [Issue No.2428] page 4 2016-12-12 12:51 a native of Soutliampton (England),
and arrived in. Australia at the age of
19 years. He .came to the Maeleay
way back in 1859/ and began farming at
at Smithtown. '? : While at Summer
Island he: kept the Post Office for close
on 28 years. He was 'married twice,
his first wife being a Miss Mary Not
ley, a member- -of the Notley family
of the Maeleay;. There were four
children of this' marriage. Two are
living— Mr. James- Brown, of Chats
second, wife wasja Miss Sarah A. Edie,
Sydney Bfownjknd Frederick George
Brown (Summer Island), Sydney Her
bert Brown ^{jSydiK-y'i, 'Mrs. Don.
McKay (Bellimbopinni); Mrs. F.
Baldwin (SmiiKtowfl) and Mrs. H.
place on ThuTfSTlay,' conducted by Mr.
|i.'R. -Garia^plndi rafter, a- service at
&e - SniitiSidiBjir jphtirehfe of 7- E-flfgfcusd,
conducted' by; Revv ,C.rJr Chambers; the
cortege, proceeded Jto - the. - Frederickton '
Cemetery, where the bofly was - inter
red. -- .
a native of Southampton (England),
and arrived in Australia at the age of
19 years. He .came to the Macleay
way back in 1859, and began farming at
at Smithtown. While at Summer
Island he kept the Post Office for close
on 28 years. He was married twice,
his first wife being a Miss Mary Not-
ley, a member of the Notley family
of the Macleay. There were four
children of this marriage. Two are
living — Mr. James Brown, of Chats-
second, wife was a Miss Sarah A. Edie,
Sydney Brown, and Frederick George
Brown (Summer Island), Sydney Her-
bert Brown (Sydney), Mrs. Don.
McKay (Bellimbopinni), Mrs. F.
Baldwin (Smithtown) and Mrs. H.
place on Thursday, conducted by Mr.
L. R. Garland, and after a service at
the Smithtown Church of England,
conducted by Rev, C. J. Chambers, the
cortege proceeded to the.Frederickton
Cemetery, where the body was inter-
red.
LOCAL and GENERAL. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 12 July 1916 [Issue No.1969] page 4 2016-12-12 12:45 :-' Private Georffe Brie-irs. n winmn^
Kounded eeldier who fought, among
thevQueenslondere trn Gallipoli, ar
,*iyed in town Thureday last on a,
ihbrt visit to his uncle, Mr. T. H.
*T4ompsoii of GoUomhatti. Shot
Jin the head, he suffered paralysisjpf
etill inconvenienced, and unfit for
further service, with a feeble left
spring cart horse into his yard; un
beast in unusual mood lashed rouS - '
iorearm, lacerating it, and^'ttao'iKtai'-'
the chin, inflicting an almost kubek
uut gash that necessitated two
etitches at Lane's surgery. .?-.?...
Private George Briggs, a returned
wounded soldier who fought among
the Queenslanders on Gallipoli, ar-
rived in town Thureday last on a
short visit to his uncle, Mr. T. H.
Thompson of Collombatti. Shot
in the head, he suffered paralysis of
still inconvenienced, and unfit for
further service, with a feeble left.
spring cart horse into his yard; un-
beast in unusual mood lashed out
forearm, lacerating it, and also on
the chin, inflicting an almost knock-
out gash that necessitated two
etitches at Lane's surgery.
LOCAL and GENERAL. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 12 July 1916 [Issue No.1969] page 4 2016-12-12 12:42 We regret to announce, that Mrs.
J. E. Gowing, ' of Dondingalonij?,
malady she suffered the past' year,
of Mr. J. K. Garland, takes place this
-at noon, and reaching West Kempsey
'. Among the 17th reinforcements of
sailing; ihis week for the front, is
Mr. V. Ducat, Shftrwood., ,
Further ^Education bepariiaeftt
changes send= Mr. Lamer, relieving
at East' Kempsey school, outDubbo
Frederickton, to East Kempsey ,
at Frederickton. Mr. Fuller, fort
merlyof this river but now at Brier
field, goes' to Fernmount
Bros, sons of the -well known Mr.
J. C. Toosfe of Bellbrook an*
Mosman. ' '. ? ? ?
After making a «-mplete tour of
-his electorate, Ut. G. «. Brinfjr,
feels confident he will again repre
sent Raleigh in Parliament The
last few days he has been on thiB
river reviving old friendships. ' ' *
Mr. J. S. Bette'e many: friends
are please3 \ (o see him inuch restor
ed to health again and able iorisit
town. ? ? '.
We regret to announce that Mrs.
J. E. Gowing, of Dondingalong,
malady she suffered the past year,
of Mr. J. R. Garland, takes place this
at noon, and reaching West Kempsey
Among the 17th reinforcements of
sailing this week for the front, is
Mr. V. Ducat, Sherwood.
Further Education Department
changes send Mr. Larner, relieving
at East Kempsey school, out Dubbo
Frederickton, to East Kempsey ;
at Frederickton. Mr. Fuller, for-
merly of this river but now at Brier-
field, goes to Fernmount.
Bros, sons of the well known Mr.
J. C. Toose of Bellbrook and
Mosman.
After making a complete tour of
his electorate, Mr. G. S. Briner,
feels confident he will again repre-
sent Raleigh in Parliament. The
last few days he has been on this
river reviving old friendships.
Mr. J. S. Betts's many friends
are pleased to see him inuch restor-
ed to health again and able to visit
town.
LOCAL and GENERAL. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 12 July 1916 [Issue No.1969] page 4 2016-12-12 12:37 ?; .Mr, M. Ling's new coachbuilding
and motor premises,' almost opposite
ihe old corner shop, make an imposing
made o! motor bodies, wheels, and
Pft'oting» whi|e, of course, ill classes .
of .carriage and suiky building is
catered far. -Mr Ling's wide ^iper
ienoe |q these lines .mast command
business.* ' : .
Pioture patrons should not miss
W«rren Kerrigan in « Tne Informor ' :
at Stranil Pictures to night ; also a
uight— » Toe Pit.' ' ' ,
The dra win^ for the racemaro
?' Alcestonie,' the gift of Dr Lan
cast3rfor disposal in aid of patcintiti
funds, will take plaoeat the Victoria
Theatre on Friday evening next. -
We have been ioformod that at
Saturday, morning's meeting of the
Teachers' Association tbe retiring
voted an honorarium. of five guineas ;
and that Mr. E. Olat worthy was.
Mr, M. Ling's new coachbuilding
and motor premises, almost opposite
the old corner shop, make an imposing
made of motor bodies, wheels, and
painting ; while, of course, all classes
of carriage and suiky building is
catered for. Mr Ling's wide exper-
ience in these lines must command
business.*
Picture patrons should not miss
Warren Kerrigan in " Tne Informer "
at Strand Pictures to-night ; also a
night — " The Pit."
The drawing for the racemare
" Alcestonie," the gift of Dr Lan-
caster for disposal in aid of patriotic
funds, will take place at the Victoria
Theatre on Friday evening next.
We have been informed that at
Saturday morning's meeting of the
Teachers' Association the retiring
voted an honorarium of five guineas ;
and that Mr. E. Clatworthy was
LOCAL and GENERAL. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 12 July 1916 [Issue No.1969] page 4 2016-12-12 12:33 [?]
- MarU Blyer- oorrespondeneo on
matinee programme nt 2 30 on 8atur- -
^Bf^inipoa' '?Tney;ih^!t:^Hre «f jp. i
Chaplin's best on Saturday nijflit.
] tn the ^fixkmi Theatre'. Saturday
-attorpoon next the ofganiters et the
Primary Producers tfnion will explain '
its objects to a mass meetinK of .
«ettters,;-;. 'V ' :: . -...-, ;? , i'
LOCAL and GENERAL.
Maria River correspondence un-
avoidably held over till next issue.
Pte. M. Daly, in town last week on
final leave, left for camp, Monday.
Rumored in town that soldiers E.
Hinchcliffe and J. Borger are among
the wounded in France.
N. Ravdell, Optician, can be con-
sulted free at his residence, Forth
Street, (next to Coleman's Cordial
Factory).*
Royal Pictures commences a special
matinee programme at 2 30 on Satur-
day afternoon. They show one of C.
Chaplin's best on Saturday night.
In the Victoria Theatre Saturday
afternoon next the organisers of the
Primary Producers Union will explain
its objects to a mass meeting of
settters,
Drowned in a Drain. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Thursday 13 August 1908 [Issue No.1557] page 3 2016-12-12 12:26 Mns. Makgaret Brown, aged 69, wife
Brown, wjio ; resides at 105 Pliillip
?street, Balmain, met with a tragic
death on Satu rday afternoon,' being
drowned by storm water in an under
? 1
iu Calueron-sti-eet, saw Mrs. Brown
?fall into the gutter iu that street. The
drain at the corner of Phillip - and
mode an ineffectual attempt to gave -
Mrs. Brown, and succeeded in catchiug
was horrified to see the victim dis
of tho police-.a little later, the water
wns found to be overflowing right over
Tiroken open aud -witluu three-quarters
Dr. Sinclair Findlay was hj^criedly
summoned, hut ho pronounced life to
MRS. MARGARET BROWN, aged 69, wife
Brown, who resides at 105 Phillip-
street, Balmain, met with a tragic
drowned by storm water in an under-
named Elizabeth Prideaux, residing
in Cameron-street, saw Mrs. Brown
fall into the gutter in that street. The
drain at the corner of Phillip and
made an ineffectual attempt to save
Mrs. Brown, and succeeded in catching
was horrified to see the victim dis-
of the police.a little later, the water
was found to be overflowing right over
broken open and within three-quarters
Dr. Sinclair Findlay was hurriedly
summoned, but he pronounced life to
TERRIBLE RAILWAY DISASTER. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Thursday 22 October 1908 [Issue No.1567] page 4 2016-12-12 12:18 DISASTER. ??. ; '
Forest fires destroyed a culvert, de
rail ing a train -load of fugitives from
Met-7., Michigan, U.S.A. The wreck
ago and piles of railway sleepers
caught fireV ? The men fled iu a fitate
fit in ^IllIC Ipfftii in «i cfvuni s*n n irt tirliii«li
fifteen charred skeletons were sub
sequently found. . A fireman took ? re
fuge in tbo water tank of the engine,
and was boiled to death. ? :
DISASTER.
Forest fires destroyed a culvert, de-
railng a train load of fugitives from
Metz, Michigan, U.S.A. The wreck-
age and piles of railway sleepers
caught fire. The men fled in a state
and children in a steel car, in which
fifteen charred skeletons were sub-
sequently found. A fireman took re-
fuge in the water tank of the engine,
and was boiled to death.

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