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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 3,838,663
2 NeilHamilton 2,753,898
3 noelwoodhouse 2,248,825
4 annmanley 2,180,560
5 John.F.Hall 1,763,606
6 maurielyn 1,607,641

2,180,560 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2016 3,803
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 3,838,662
2 NeilHamilton 2,753,898
3 noelwoodhouse 2,248,825
4 annmanley 2,180,560
5 John.F.Hall 1,763,606
6 maurielyn 1,607,641

2,180,560 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2016 3,803
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

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PERSONAL (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Monday 30 January 1911 [Issue No.9160] page 5 2016-05-26 10:35 ??'Mr Higjj-5 M.H.R. (Capriv.ornmi,
proposes to {jo a-tripping to England
health purposes, and incidents for
years of ace. It is to bo hoped the
nip will cure him of some of his poli
tical dreams and exorcise a lot of the
sill' Socialistic nonsense he is now fill
ed with..
Lieutenant-Colonel Ramaciotti. of J.
C. Williamson's Australian opera man
agement renown has offered .to defray
tho expense of sendim; two officers and
ten non-conimissioneu officers to Eng
land to represent the Australian De
fence Force at the Ooronntion festivi
Fdsher Cabinet doclinir- to send home
a contingent, because the various La
George Pejirco straight npne were to
transferred from the head office of tho
n.\T Hunk. Urisbano to the Toowoom
hero.
Verv Bad indeed were tho circum
Dan Carroll who passed away on l'Vi
dny la-st. Deceased who wns the son
of Mr P. Carrol' of Westbrook. was
a line, hoalthv and sturdy youn-* 'inn
-C id '..»»..-. Tin nine in l»ic IT^imi (rr\n-\
health till Wodne.sdav last, when he
operation performed on Thursc' w
far- and -? ' i his father s
farm. The funeral took place on Sat
urday morning From St. Patricks
Church and was well attended l-v Ins
O'Comioll officiated at the .rraveside.
To the sorrowing fntlier, sisters, and
brothers we extend our deepest sym
nathy . ?
Mr Higgs M.H.R. (Capricornia),
proposes to go a-tripping to England
health purposes, and incidently for
years of ace. It is to be hoped the
trip will cure him of some of his poli-
tical dreams and exercise a lot of the
silly Socialistic nonsense he is now fill-
ed with.
Lieutenant-Colonel Ramaciotti, of J.
C. Williamson's Australian opera man-
agement renown has offered to defray
the expense of sending two officers and
ten non-conimissioned officers to Eng-
land to represent the Australian De-
fence Force at the Coronation festivi-
Fisher Cabinet decling to send home
a contingent, because the various La-
George Pearce straight none were to go.
transferred from the head office of the
Q.N. Bank, Brisbane, to the Toowoom-
here.
Very sad indeed were the circum-
Dan Carroll who passed away on Fri-
day last. Deceased who was the son
of Mr P. Carroll of Westbrook was
a fine, healthy and sturdy young man
of 18 years. He was in his usual good
health till Wednesdav last, when he
operation performed on Thursday prov-
farm and c??? his father's
farm. The funeral took place on Sat-
urday morning from St. Patrick's
Church and was well attended by his
O'Connell officiated at the graveside.
To the sorrowing father, sisters, and
brothers we extend our deepest sym-
pathy.
PERSONAL (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Friday 27 January 1911 [Issue No.9158] page 5 2016-05-26 10:26 W. H. Philo. which took olaco at his
residence. East Haldon, at an early
hour on Monday morning at the ad
vanced age of eighty years. The de
coasod gentleman was one of tho pion
eor settlers of Queensland and made
portion of his life Mr. Philp was en
Haldon. Ho was a cultured gentleman
ho was very highly esteemed, although
in more rocent years ho did not come
Hoi3 survived by his wife and three
sons, Jfc ssrs. William, Edward and Ar
thur PKilp, well-known graziers and
poloists, to whom sympathy is oxtond
ed in thoir bereavement.
?Mr. James Peimlon the onlv sur
viving niombor of the first Municipal
will be remembered was n prominent
jubilep festivities, was in Toowoomba
this week oelebrnting his 8lRt birtli
rlny with the nieinhors of his family.
The old gentleman was halo anil
hearty nn-l looked good for another
score of years. He was keenly inte
rested in tho match between' Fred
Zimmorle and Charlie Mnurer for the
all the way from Millmerran to wit
W. H. Philp, which took place at his
residence, East Haldon, at an early
hour on Monday morning at the ad-
vanced age of eighty years. The de-
ceased gentleman was one of the pion-
eer settlers of Queensland and made
portion of his life Mr. Philp was en-
Haldon. He was a cultured gentleman
he was very highly esteemed, although
in more rocent years he did not come
He is survived by his wife and three
sons, Messrs. William, Edward and Ar-
thur Philp, well-known graziers and
poloists, to whom sympathy is extend-
ed in their bereavement.
Mr. James Peardon the only sur-
viving member of the first Municipal
will be remembered was a prominent
jubilee festivities, was in Toowoomba
this week oelebrnting his 81st birth-
day with the members of his family.
The old gentleman was hale and
hearty and looked good for another
score of years. He was keenly inte-
rested in the match between Fred
Zimmerle and Charlie Maurer for the
all the way from Millmerran to wit-
PERSONAL (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Friday 27 January 1911 [Issue No.9158] page 5 2016-05-26 10:22 PERSOHttT ?'''??
accoiunanit'd b- Mr. Petford. inspect
ed the .line to ' Ingl^wood and Killar
-iey, making special enquiries into the
lruit smd vegetable traffic between
of. trucks. It is understood the send
ers . are quite satisfied with the ar
rangements made by the CJ. T. Mar:
ajje]1'.. Mr. Evans remains in. Too
Mr. Charloa T. Randall died sudden
ly last night at Eulo.,(§ur iThargomin
dah correspondent wli^d on Wednes
day.) ,,He was #ell known throughout
tho ;! district;. ? ) 6qm£ months ago he in
herited' a fairly' laVge sum of money
from a relative- in England. The de
PERSONAL
accompanied by Mr. Petford, inspect-
ed the line to Inglewood and Killar-
ney, making special enquiries into the
fruit and vegetable traffic between
of trucks. It is understood the send-
ers are quite satisfied with the ar-
rangements made by the G. T. Man-
ager. Mr. Evans remains in Too-
Mr. Charles T. Randall died sudden-
ly last night at Eulo (our Thargomin-
dah correspondent wired on Wednes-
day.) He was well known throughout
the district. Some months ago he in-
herited a fairly large sum of money
from a relative in England. The de-
SHOCKING FATALITY. NEAR ALLORA. FARMER'S DAUGHTER CRUSHED TO DEATH. ALLORA, Tuesday. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Thursday 26 January 1911 [Issue No.9157] page 8 2016-05-26 10:18 NEAR ALLORA I
FARMER'S DAUGHXEU .CltU'SHED I
ALLOUA Tuesday.
A sad accident occurred yesterday, I
b- which the three-yoar-old daughter I
of Mr. W. Metoalf a farmer in thP
Goomburra district last her life. M^r.
^Lctoalf had loaded his waggon W'U.
whoat and harnessed while the ciluld I
played about. Re then told the child J
in i-iin hnn» niid believiiii' ishe had I
ilono bo ho started m\-* team, mime- 1
diatelv afterwards lie was liorrified_to
sei-. lias daughter clinging to oilo of xho
whoels Before the waggon could bo
brouglit to a stand-both whoels had
passed over the child- death boin- on
stantanoous. Th» occurrence was wit
nessed from the house b' tho cluld s
mother, who was unable to attract her |
NEAR ALLORA
FARMER'S DAUGHTER CRUSHED
ALLORA Tuesday.
A sad accident occurred yesterday,
by which the three-year-old daughter
of Mr. W. Metcalf a farmer in the
Goomburra district lost her life. Mr.
Metcalf had loaded his waggon with
wheat and harnessed while the child
played about. He then told the child
to run home, and believing she had
done so, he started one team. Imme-
diately afterwards he was horrified to
see his daughter clinging to one of the
wheels. Before the waggon could be
brought to a stand both wheels had
passed over the child death being in-
stantaneous. The occurrence was wit-
nessed from the house by the child's
mother, who was unable to attract her
PERSONAL. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Thursday 26 January 1911 [Issue No.9157] page 5 2016-05-26 10:13 Hardgrave. Mr. rinmgrave,1 who was
a natire ef Ireland, went to Queens
land as a child, and spent CO years of
strenuous ife in the hush in that
Stutc, enduring all the hardships of
bush life in Mie oldon days, and hav
tTa «.nK full of interestine reminiscen
ces of early Queensland life, and re
membered as a boy piecing tribal
mile of Brisbane He amassed inde
pendent means, and came to ond hin
days ia Manly. Mr. Hardgravo was
? splendid specimen of th« old Aus
tralian buthman, and wia extremely
Hardgrave. Mr. Hardgrave, who was
a native of Ireland, went to Queens-
land as a child, and spent 60 years of
strenuous life in the bush in that
State, enduring all the hardships of
bush life in the olden days, and hav-
He was full of interesting reminiscen-
ces of early Queensland life, and re-
membered as a boy seeing tribal
mile of Brisbane. He amassed inde-
pendent means, and came to end his
days in Manly. Mr. Hardgrave was
a splendid specimen of the old Aus-
tralian bushman, and was extremely
PERSONAL. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Thursday 26 January 1911 [Issue No.9157] page 5 2016-05-26 10:11 At the commencero«ritr&f/the year,
Mr.. James Barnes''' Wcelvefr' *tk-rd of
his'promotiop-ft(rJG(aj3i1^ J)iv. III.
)n account ofHhaf promotion he has
afeKU'B's Ci*ek ttf'the higher one of
Thana's Creaky Mr; /Barnes has now
place, and has already taken a pro
pleased to hear of the continued suc
At the recent examination for Ap
place on the list of successful candi
interests of flie Church of England
strained heart resulting from over
three weeks. He has returned to Bom
that Mr. Woollcoinbe has been obli
place in the Victoria-hall on Decem
At the commencement of the year,
Mr. James Barnes received word of
his promotion to Class II, Div. III.
On account of that promotion he has
at King's Creek to the higher one of
Thane's Creek. Mr. Barnes has now
place, and has already taken a pro-
pleased to hear of the continued suc-
At the recent examination for Ap-
place on the list of successful candi-
interests of the Church of England
strained heart resulting from over-
three weeks. He has returned to Bom-
that Mr. Woollcombe has been obli-
place in the Victoria-hall on Decem-
PERSONAL. (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Thursday 26 January 1911 [Issue No.9157] page 5 2016-05-26 10:08 1 he Hon. W. Kidston returned
from his visit {o the South by vester
day's mail train. ? . . ? ' ???,.-..
Tin. many friends of ' Mr. John
Bange, m 'Vineyard Villa,' Back
Mains, will regret to Ihear of his seri
ous .illness. . Air Bange had been, suf
fering internally for some time; and I
on Friday last n nnnmlfaitinn ni T-.n,l; 1
cal men was held. After a consulta
tion the doctors decided that' an opera
tion was rieeessar' and this was car
ried out .at about 4 a.m. on Saturday.
The oporation w«s successfully carried
the operation, but 'that 'his condition
restoration to -tdif. robust health ho
twist in tho intestines was the cause
of Mr Bange's illness. — 'Clifton
Courier.'
The Hon. W. Kidston returned
from his visit to the South by yester-
day's mail train.
The many friends of Mr. John
Bange, of "Vineyard Villa," Back
Plains, will regret to hear of his seri-
ous illness. Mr Bange had been suf-
fering internally for some time, and
on Friday last a consultation of medi-
cal men was held. After a consulta-
tion the doctors decided that an opera-
tion was necessary and this was car-
ried out at about 4 a.m. on Saturday.
The operation was successfully carried
the operation, but that his condition
restoration to the robust health he
twist in the intestines was the cause
of Mr Bange's illness. — "Clifton
Courier."
PERSONAL (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Tuesday 24 January 1911 [Issue No.9155] page 5 2016-05-26 10:01 last week Earl Cadogan has been mar
ried to Countess Adele .Palagi, a
Cndogan was the Enrl's uncle, and
his third daughter. Olivia, married,
in 1877. Count Neri Palagi, hence tho
lit-idc is a first cousin one? removed.
Tli' Karl is now 70 years of age. nnd
has been Under Secretary for Wnr
Privy Soal nnrl Lord Lieutenant of
the earier part of the oiehteenth cen
tury the second Baron Cadoean mar
ried ?Rlizabnt'i. heiress of Sir Hans
Sloane and brought the manor 'or4
Chelsea into tho Cndoean family.
Their son was crented Earl Cadogan
and Viscount Chelsea. The Chelpoa
ostate is now immensely valuable,
Edward. At one time ho was an in
last week Earl Cadogan has been mar-
ried to Countess Adele Palagi, a
Cndogan was the Earl's uncle, and
his third daughter, Olivia, married,
in 1877, Count Neri Palagi, hence the
bride is a first cousin once removed.
The Earl is now 70 years of age, and
has been Under Secretary for War
Privy Seal and Lord Lieutenant of
the earier part of the eighteenth cen-
tury the second Baron Cadogan mar-
ried Elizabeth, heiress of Sir Hans
Sloane and brought the manor of
Chelsea into the Cadogan family.
Their son was created Earl Cadogan
and Viscount Chelsea. The Chelsea
estate is now immensely valuable,
Edward. At one time he was an in-
PERSONAL (Article), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Tuesday 24 January 1911 [Issue No.9155] page 5 2016-05-26 09:58 Mr. Matt Smith, who has been man
ager of tho drapery department at the
New Finn for the past two and a
half years, left by yesterday morn
leaving Mr. Smith was. presented by
pair of gold sleeve, links. By his de
parture St. Andrew's Church of Eng
land is losing ii strenuous worker. He
hobby was to assist in every thing ap
regard to the training and useful re
and carries the good wishes of numer
ous friends with him. The church
whom ho will manage the firms'
— 'Northern Star,' !Lismore.
period of nearly .t 40 years rendered
South 'Seas and New Guinea/ died at
Fndny, in his 70th year, after a pro
tracted illness. Mr. Pearse commen
ced his missionary career in 1869.
when .he was appointed to, the island
'bf-'Bortfbofa, in the Society Gjhoup
Shortly afterwards, however, hej !'re
mo.yei)t|f)rRaiatea, in the same group,'
where he had charge of the institu
'earse carried through the press the
translation of a. Bible Dictionary in
Mr. Pearse, however; had long de
the station of Kerepunu, about. 100
for nearly 20 — ?nrs, and on!' retired
from active service four: years ago,
owting to ill-health. In addition lo
Kerepunu Mr. Pearfe translated four
Gospels and portions of the Old Tes
number of educationnl books for use
mission press, he himself being a tho
roughly! capable printer. Tne de
ceased missionary was most painstak
contrib-iting towards the support) o
the work. By constant visitation of .
his district he maintained a high stale)
of Mrs. Pearse he' succeeded in train
ing a large number of men nnd wo
men, many of whom afterwards be
came teachers among their own peo
ple. The late Mr. Pearse was of n
of his -work will remain for many
years to come. In addition to I is
widow, who survives him. Mr. Peai'se
daughters, most- of whom nre resident
Mr. Matt Smith, who has been man-
ager of the drapery department at the
New Firm for the past two and a-
half years, left by yesterday morn-
leaving Mr. Smith was presented by
pair of gold sleeve links. By his de-
parture St. Andrew's Church of Eng-
land is losing a strenuous worker. He
hobby was to assist in every thing ap-
regard to the training and useful re-
and carries the good wishes of numer-
ous friends with him. The church-
whom he will manage the firms'
— 'Northern Star,' Lismore.
period of nearly 40 years rendered
South Seas and New Guinea, died at
Fndny, in his 70th year, after a pro-
tracted illness. Mr. Pearse commen-
ced his missionary career in 1869,
when he was appointed to the island
of Borabora, in the Society Group.
Shortly afterwards, however, he re-
moved to Raiatea, in the same group,
where he had charge of the institu-
Pearse carried through the press the
translation of a Bible Dictionary in
Mr. Pearse, however, had long de-
the station of Kerepunu, about 100
for nearly 20 years, and on!y retired
from active service four years ago,
owing to ill-health. In addition lo
Kerepunu Mr. Pearse translated four
Gospels and portions of the Old Tes-
number of educational books for use
mission press, he himself being a tho-
roughly capable printer. The de-
ceased missionary was most painstak-
contributing towards the support of
the work. By constant visitation of
his district he maintained a high state
of Mrs. Pearse he succeeded in train-
ing a large number of men and wo-
men, many of whom afterwards be-
came teachers among their own peo-
ple. The late Mr. Pearse was of a
of his work will remain for many
years to come. In addition to his
widow, who survives him. Mr. Pearse
daughters, most of whom are resident
Family Notices (Family Notices), Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922), Tuesday 24 January 1911 [Issue No.9155] page 4 2016-05-26 09:43 IN 1IKMORIAM.
HEAD.— In loving memory of our dear
'Gone,1 but not forgotten.
Inserted by her s&ns and daughters.
. AND TELEGRAPH-1 ?
(Estaii. 1S5S).
PLX5L1SHED DAILY.
?? 7-KR1O-THGO.' ?
IN MEMORIAM.
HEAD. — In loving memory of our dear
"Gone,but not forgotten."
Inserted by her sons and daughters.
AND TELEGRAPH.
(ESTAB. 1858).
PUBLISHED DAILY.
" FERIO - TEGO.."

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