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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 3,803,856
2 NeilHamilton 2,716,497
3 noelwoodhouse 2,226,315
4 annmanley 2,176,757
5 TheWorldsGreatestTroveCorrector 1,863,379
6 John.F.Hall 1,762,436

2,176,757 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

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 3,803,855
2 NeilHamilton 2,716,497
3 noelwoodhouse 2,226,315
4 annmanley 2,176,757
5 TheWorldsGreatestTroveCorrector 1,863,211
6 John.F.Hall 1,762,436

2,176,757 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

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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ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 30 April 1856 [Issue No.5609] page 4 2016-02-22 14:14 I Willum James, Constitution Hotel. York-street.
? When this application was called on, Mr. Martin rose,
I and, on behalf of Her.ry Arkenstall, applied for a
for a license. Thc former occupant of the house, James,
Bold his guod.will of the license and premises to Ark
enstull for £800 ; but although an application for a
transfer had boen put in. Jumes absconded before the
William James, Constitution Hotel, York-street.
When this application was called on, Mr. Martin rose,
and, on behalf of Henry Arkenstall, applied for a
for a license. The former occupant of the house, James,
sold his good-will of the license and premises to Ark-
enstall for £600 ; but although an application for a
transfer had been put in, James absconded before the
INVERELL. POLICE COURT, NOV. 26. (Before J. Buchanan, Esq., P.M.; and John Ross [Balaclava] and C. Legh, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Saturday 5 December 1868 page 2 2016-02-19 11:26 Harvesting at the present time is the order of the
wheat. In one or two instances machines are em
ployed to hasten the operation. "With few exceptions
J? A grand dinner was given lately at Byron station
/to the shearers and employes on the place, and I
believe was well responded to, upwards of sixty per
the harvest suppers and .rare old customs of the
be followed by others In a position to hold fqrth the
1 believe that our pastoral and agicultural show is
i to take place in the month of February, 1869, when
"We have had no rain lately to speak of except
amusing.. One case in particular excited considerable
interest—an investigation of a school fight which took
hear this extraordinary proceeding remained un
believe that a liappy couple have lately entered the
taken place, one of which—that took the form of a
ball in our School of Arts—deserves creditable men
the most hard-hearted bachelor would find it impos
mention—as a description from the homely pea of
seem to favour the pnblicans with their liard-earned
t id do not now believe in knocking down the cheque
HARVESTING at the present time is the order of the
wheat. In one or two instances machines are em-
ployed to hasten the operation. With few exceptions
A grand dinner was given lately at Byron station
to the shearers and employes on the place, and I
believe was well responded to, upwards of sixty per-
the harvest suppers and rare old customs of the
be followed by others in a position to hold forth the
I believe that our pastoral and agicultural show is
to take place in the month of February, 1869, when
We have had no rain lately to speak of except
amusing. One case in particular excited considerable
interest — an investigation of a school fight which took
hear this extraordinary proceeding remained un-
believe that a happy couple have lately entered the
taken place, one of which — that took the form of a
ball in our School of Arts — deserves creditable men-
the most hard-hearted bachelor would find it impos-
mention — as a description from the homely pen of
seem to favour the pnblicans with their hard-earned
and do not now believe in knocking down the cheque
INVERELL. POLICE COURT, NOV. 26. (Before J. Buchanan, Esq., P.M.; and John Ross [Balaclava] and C. Legh, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Saturday 5 December 1868 page 2 2016-02-19 11:11 PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIA
the police district of Wellingrove took place at Hef
26th of November. The attendance was very niifner
ous; in many instances squatters had come a con
Among the gentlemen present we noticed the Presi
dent, C. A Fraser, Esq. ; the Vice Presidents, Colin
and other gentlemen from the table land were un
avoidably absent, owing to the shearing being so ge
On the motion of Jas. H. Hindmarsh, Esq., se
which is a very liberal one, and we think will be ge
over £60, and as there are still a number of gentle
We are much indebted to the gentlemen in the dis
an Association which we hope will confer much bene
very much increased. "We should have liked to have
two local papers, and we would venture to recom
to attend personally the race meeting. lists were
Heaping and shearing are general.
Inverell, 30th Nov., 1S6S.
PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIA-
the police district of Wellingrove took place at Hef-
26th of November. The attendance was very numer-
ous; in many instances squatters had come a con-
Among the gentlemen present we noticed the Presi-
dent, C. A. Fraser, Esq. ; the Vice Presidents, Colin
and other gentlemen from the table land were un-
avoidably absent, owing to the shearing being so ge-
On the motion of Jas. H. Hindmarsh, Esq., se-
which is a very liberal one, and we think will be ge-
over £60, and as there are still a number of gentle-
We are much indebted to the gentlemen in the dis-
an Association which we hope will confer much bene-
very much increased. We should have liked to have
two local papers, and we would venture to recom-
to attend personally the race meeting. Lists were
Reaping and shearing are general.
Inverell, 30th Nov., 1868.
INVERELL. POLICE COURT, NOV. 26. (Before J. Buchanan, Esq., P.M.; and John Ross [Balaclava] and C. Legh, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Saturday 5 December 1868 page 2 2016-02-19 11:06 Police v. M'Donald.—This was a charge against
Poland M'Donald, made by Sen. Constable Farns
case against defendant, but the evidence of two wit
' nesses called for the defence proved that defendant
Ainsworth v. Brady.—No appearance.
Iiow v. Newman.—This was a case brought by the
C.C.I/, against defendant. A warrant of ejectment
Sawyers v. M*Ivor.—Charging defendant with using
M'Lean v. Miller, Fletcher v. Miller, and Wells v.
Ross v. Bercini.—Mr. Hindmarsh for plaintiff, who
Ross v. Goodfellow.—For plaintiff, Mr. Hindmarsh.
"Verdict for plaintiff.
Kim v. Ghuee.—Mr. Mitchell for plaintiff, Mr.
HindmaTSh for defendant. Case withdrawn.
Ainsworth v. M'Donald, and Nelson v. Kenny.
Ross v. M'Donald.—For plaintiff, Mr. Hindmarsh.
"Verdict for plaintiff.
Selby v. Brown.—No service.
Darby v. Stout.'—Settled.
Ghuee v. Kim.—Mr. Hindmarsh for plaintiff,
Johnson & Co. v. Rutledge.—Mr. Hindmarsh ap
Johnson & Co. v. Cook.—For plaintiffs, Mr. Hind
Johnson & Co. v. Ayres.—Settled.
Miller v. Kim.—Verdict for plaintiff.
Selby v. Bercini.—Settled.
Long v. Miller.—Verdict for defendant.
INVERELL. ,;j
Police v. McDonald. — This was a charge against
Roland McDonald, made by Sen. Constable Farns-
case against defendant, but the evidence of two wit-
nesses called for the defence proved that defendant
Ainsworth v. Brady. — No appearance.
Low v. Newman. — This was a case brought by the
C.C.L. against defendant. A warrant of ejectment
Sawyers v. McIvor. — Charging defendant with using
McLean v. Miller, Fletcher v. Miller, and Wells v.
Ross v. Bercini. — Mr. Hindmarsh for plaintiff, who
Ross v. Goodfellow. — For plaintiff, Mr. Hindmarsh.
Verdict for plaintiff.
Kim v. Ghuee. — Mr. Mitchell for plaintiff, Mr.
Hindmarsh for defendant. Case withdrawn.
Ainsworth v. McDonald, and Nelson v. Kenny.
Ross v. McDonald. — For plaintiff, Mr. Hindmarsh.
Verdict for plaintiff.
Selby v. Brown. — No service.
Darby v. Stout. — Settled.
Ghuee v. Kim. — Mr. Hindmarsh for plaintiff, Mr.
Johnson & Co. v. Rutledge. — Mr. Hindmarsh ap-
Johnson & Co. v. Cook. — For plaintiffs, Mr. Hind-
Johnson & Co. v. Ayres. — Settled.
Miller v. Kim. — Verdict for plaintiff.
Selby v. Bercini. — Settled.
Long v. Miller. — Verdict for defendant.
INVERELL.
HERE AND THERE WITH A CAMERA (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Friday 29 June 1928 [Issue No.3461] page 20 2016-02-08 08:45 :::~EREi:.: ~ND ,~:HW:E BS~IITH.;: A ~~na-ER~ -
THE SHIELDRICK-MITCHELL WEDDING SOLEMNISED AT ST. MARK'S
A "bullock .roast" at Baulkham Hills oil Saturday last with 'Lance .Skuthorpe, the well-known
buckjumping man, as head cook. When the bulloclk was duly roasted, a couple of. chefs carrLic.l u
::;:- --:-p'· · _ __ i
CHURCH, GRANVILLE. .. I
AZDERMAN A. G. GREENWOOD
S .? Mayor of Ryde : :
: . . . . ' : . . , ..
Chief. Civic Commissioner, ,who finmds his
duties somewhat strenuous. He is ' ?i
Left to right: J.1H. Grahamn,W. F. Graham, Bobby Burstall, J. McOausland.
Football Associationl's competition. Back row (left to right): Trainer,
Second row: A. Figg, E. Ashton, Hood, W. .Kerr (secretary). Front row:
The world-famed machine is awaiting, the arrival of 'a mechanic from America who will overhaul the engines.
iEfl SOUTil?E?N CROSS PHIOTOGRAPHI D AT TIIE RICHBIOND I 1RODI~OE.
THE 'SUMMIER REENE-lHEARN WEDDING GROUP. Sco report in this !::sou.
Who.. rode well in: the All Comers' Handicap at tI
•Baulkham Hills sports on Saturday last
HIoward Harris .Photo, P'malh
HERE AND THERE WITH A CAMERA
THE SHIELDRICK — MITCHELL WEDDING SOLEMNISED AT ST. MARK'S
A "bullock roast" at Baulkham Hills oN Saturday last with Lance Skuthorpe, the well-known
buckjumping man, as head cook. When the bullock was duly roasted, a couple of chefs carried up

CHURCH, GRANVILLE.
ALDERMAN A. G. GREENWOOD
Mayor of Ryde

Chief Civic Commissioner, who finds his
duties somewhat strenuous. He is a
Left to right: J. H. Graham, W. F. Graham, Bobby Burstall, J. McCausland.
Football Association's competition. Back row (left to right): Trainer,
Second row: A. Figg, E. Ashton, Hood, W. Kerr (secretary). Front row:
The world-famed machine is awaiting the arrival of a mechanic from America who will overhaul the engines.
THE SOUTHERN CROSS PHOTOGRAPHED AT TIIE RICHMOND AERODROME.
THE SUMMERGREENE — HEARN WEDDING GROUP. See report in this issue.
Who rode well in the All Comers' Handicap at the
Baulkham Hills sports on Saturday last.
Howard Harris Photo, P'matta.
WEDDINGS. (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Saturday 15 May 1915 [Issue No.2221] page 2 2016-02-08 08:30 Hambrldge, farmer, of Aurora Bargo, Pic
Rev. A. E. J. Ross officiating. -At the same
Emma Louisa Hudson, both of Granville,.
again olllclating. ' '?;.-:??;.;?
Hambridge, farmer, of Aurora Bargo, Pic-
Rev. A. E. J. Ross officiating. At the same
Emma Louisa Hudson, both of Granville,
again officiating.
CUFFE—PONCET (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Friday 17 September 1926 [Issue No.3280] page 11 2016-02-08 08:24 Poncet (bride' mother), wal: frocked in
saxe blue morocaln; trittllned with floral
crepe de chine, and French-plented skitrt,
worn wlith Iols de rose hat. Mrs. Cuffe
(bridegroom's mother), navy morocaln
a reception was held at McKay's. Ciholce
white blooms formed tile pretty decorn
gueats' tables were brightened with vari
colored sweet pens. R1ev. S. M. aJohn
an effective ensemble of beaded cinna
mon morocnin nlil itriped wool rellpp: ald
cyclanlon hat. Also prreenlt wee ith's.
Ponvrt, sel., and AIr. and Mir.. Tighe,
Ron., tle grand-parents of the bride.
.Many presout., including eheques, were
recclvil-: anid., prior to the wedlinllg, tle
ha:ppy couplle were the recipients of
many useful gifts at a kitclen tea on
July 31St, when they were the guests of
Poncet (bride's mother), was frocked in
saxe blue morocain, trimmed with floral
crepe de chine, and French-pleated skirt,
worn with bois de rose hat. Mrs. Cuffe
(bridegroom's mother), navy morocain
a reception was held at McKay's. Choice
white blooms formed the pretty decora-
guests' tables were brightened with vari-
colored sweet peas. Rev. S. M. John-
an effective ensemble of beaded cinna-
mon morocain and striped wool repp; and
cyclamen hat. Also present were Mrs.
Poncet, sen., and Mr. and Mrs. Tighe,
sen., the grand-parents of the bride.
Many presents, including cheques, were
received; and prior to the wedding, the
happy couple were the recipients of
many useful gifts at a kitchen tea on
July 31st, when they were the guests of
CUFFE—PONCET (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Friday 17 September 1926 [Issue No.3280] page 11 2016-02-08 08:20 of Miss Olga Poncet, daughter of AMr.
and Mrs. F. Ponect, of Woodville-road,
Granvllle, and Mr. Paul Cuffe, son of IMr.
Cuffe, of Couralle Avenue, Flemington.
was solemnised by tile rector, Rle. 'S.
Mt. Johnstone, B.A. Bridal preludes were
crepe, with georgette plentings at the
the valley, and pink rosebuds tie trans
parent train, worn cape fashion, termin
flowers ,and pearl embroidered horse
shlloes. Her cut tulle veil was held In
place with posles of orange blossom and
pink buds. Tlhe bride's two sisters were
in attendance as bridesinalds. Miss Elsie
Poncet wore rose pink taffeta, with con
trastlng velvet flowers hat of snxe blue
pervenche taffeta, trimmed withi velvet
flowers; lemon and blue crinoline ,hat.
Their early Victorian posles and pearl
the prpsents of tile brildegroom. M ir.
Will Taylor was best man, and 7Mr..
Lindsay Mallard, groomsmana. Mrs.
OUPPE-PONCET.
of Miss Olga Poncet, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. Poncet, of Woodville-road,
Granvllle, and Mr. Paul Cuffe, son of Mrs.
Cuffe, of Couralle Avenue, Flemington,
was solemnised by the rector, Rev. S.
M. Johnstone, B.A. Bridal preludes were
crepe, with georgette pleatings at the
the valley, and pink rosebuds the trans-
parent train, worn cape fashion, termin-
flowers ,and pearl embroidered horse-
shoes. Her cut tulle veil was held in
place with posies of orange blossom and
pink buds. The bride's two sisters were
in attendance as bridesmaids. Miss Elsie
Poncet wore rose pink taffeta, with con-
trasting velvet flowers hat of saxe blue
pervenche taffeta, trimmed with velvet
flowers; lemon and blue crinoline hat.
Their early Victorian posies and pearl
the presents of the bridegroom. Mr.
Will Taylor was best man, and Mr.
Lindsay Mallard, groomsman. Mrs.
CUFFE — PONCET.
WEDDING BELLS WATSON—TERRY. (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Friday 17 September 1926 [Issue No.3280] page 11 2016-02-08 08:14 The table for the bridal party was pret
vari-eolored sweet peas formed the pret.
ty decorations of the guests' tatles.
Later, .Mer. and lirs. R. G. Watson left
on their honeymoon trip to the Tenolan
frock of navy moroeain, coral beaded;
worn with hat to tone. Tncluded amonxrg
from the members of tile Girls' Friendly
Society; and an ona framed clock from
Among those present were 'Mrs. Leabeaner
(bride's grandmother), who wore blnck
ncehellire do soic and lace, and hat en
suite; Mrs. H. . Mullens, brown crepe
dle chine, with biscuit colored ostricl fen
ther boa, and black velvet hit; Miss Ste
vens, hydrangea blue crepe de chine, mans
(bride's sister), lois. de rose crepe de
The table for the bridal party was pret-
vari-colored sweet peas formed the pret-
ty decorations of the guests' tables.
Later, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Watson left
on their honeymoon trip to the Jenolan
frock of navy morocain, coral beaded;
worn with hat to tone. Included among
from the members of the Girls' Friendly
Society; and an oak framed clock from
Among those present were Mrs. Leabeater
(bride's grandmother), who wore black
cachemire de soie and lace, and hat en
suite; Mrs. H. W. Mullens, brown crepe
de chine, with biscuit colored ostrich fea-
ther boa, and black velvet hat; Miss Ste-
vens, hydrangea blue crepe de chine, mas-
(bride's sister), bois de rose crepe de
WEDDING BELLS WATSON—TERRY. (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Friday 17 September 1926 [Issue No.3280] page 11 2016-02-08 08:11 On Saturday, 11th instant, in the pre
and friends, the pretty wedding of Mliss
Daphne May Terry, daughter of lir. Wil
liam Terry (and the late lirs. Terry), of
Afr. Reginald George Watson, son of Mr.
'Aloha,'" Carlton-street, Granville, and
of Trongate-street, Granville, was solt
emnised by the rector, Rev. H. W. itul
eris, at St. Mark's 'Church, Granville,
which was beautifully decorated willh
was fully choral. The hymn, '' The Viice
that breathed o'er Eden,' was sung; anrd
choir; and the Wedding liareh was
ivory crepe de chine, and kilted georg
otto with apron front of point lace; and
clgine, was finished with sprays of bridal
blossom with her bridal veil, and car
'Misses Laurel, Vera, and Eileen Terry,
crepe de chine, trimmed with creme gut
pure and ribbon circles; worn with crino
and pearl necklaces and signet ring, res
pectively, were the gifts of the bride.
and Gordon sWvatson (brethers), grooms
nen. Mliss Leabeater (bride's aunt), as
and flowers. After the ecremony, a re
ception was held at MeKay's, about 200
guests being present. Rev. H. W. Mul
honored, preceded 'by the loyal toast.
WATSOI.-TERRY.
On Saturday, 11th instant, in the pre-
and friends, the pretty wedding of Miss
Daphne May Terry, daughter of Mr. Wil-
liam Terry (and the late Mrs. Terry), of
Mr. Reginald George Watson, son of Mr.
"Aloha," Carlton-street, Granville, and
of Trongate-street, Granville, was sol-
emnised by the rector, Rev. H. W. Mul-
ens, at St. Mark's Church, Granville,
which was beautifully decorated with
was fully choral. The hymn, '' The Voice
that breathed o'er Eden," was sung; and
choir; and the Wedding March was
ivory crepe de chine, and kilted georg-
ette with apron front of point lace; and
chine, was finished with sprays of bridal
blossom with her bridal veil, and car-
Misses Laurel, Vera, and Eileen Terry,
crepe de chine, trimmed with creme gui-
pure and ribbon circles; worn with crino-
and pearl necklaces and signet ring, res-
pectively, were the gifts of the bride-
and Gordon Watson (brethers), grooms-
men. Miss Leabeater (bride's aunt), as
and flowers. After the ceremony, a re-
ception was held at McKay's, about 200
guests being present. Rev. H. W. Mul-
honored, preceded by the loyal toast.
WATSON — TERRY.

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