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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 3,976,025
2 NeilHamilton 2,825,851
3 noelwoodhouse 2,379,349
4 annmanley 2,192,727
5 John.F.Hall 1,889,555
6 maurielyn 1,619,912

2,192,727 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2016 8,681
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 3,976,024
2 NeilHamilton 2,825,851
3 noelwoodhouse 2,379,349
4 annmanley 2,192,727
5 John.F.Hall 1,889,555
6 maurielyn 1,619,912

2,192,727 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2016 8,681
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

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MR. ROBERT MAGUIRE OF WARRIGUNDI. (Article), Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932), Thursday 18 March 1926 page 41 2016-08-29 18:45 MR. ROBERT MAGUIRE OF WARRI
the centenarian, of Warrigundi, an inter
esting link with the past has been se
admired for his straightforward princi
a very moderate man in all his habits. ?
comparative ease, and seated in a wheel
reminiscences \ ere very interesting,
(Warwick), the Misses Mary and Brid
get Maguire^ and Messrs. John and Wil
19 grand-children, 20 - great grandchil
The remains were interred in the Catho
lic portion of the West Tamworth ceme
tery, where Rev. Father O'Brien offi
MR. ROBERT MAGUIRE OF WARRI-
the centenarian, of Warrigundi, an inter-
esting link with the past has been se-
admired for his straightforward princi-
a very moderate man in all his habits.
comparative ease, and seated in a wheel-
reminiscences were very interesting,
(Warwick), the Misses Mary and Brid-
get Maguire and Messrs. John and Wil-
19 grand-children, 20 great grandchil-
The remains were interred in the Catho-
lic portion of the West Tamworth ceme-
tery, where Rev. Father O'Brien offi-
WEDDING. Macdonald—Donaldson. (Article), Daily Observer (Tamworth, NSW : 1917 - 1920), Wednesday 25 September 1918 [Issue No.227] page 1 2016-08-29 16:18 Mactlonaltl— Donaldson.
The mamage of Mr Tames Alacdon
aid youngest son ot the late George
NT acdonnld Moiayshne Scotland, to
Miss Veia Donaldson joungesit daugh
ter of Mi Joseph Donaldson, ' Hlla
mittti ' Dailmg street Tamworth, was
celebrated at the Presbyterian Chuicli,
Tamwoith on August 28, the Re\ Wm
Beck officiating The chinch ^as
tastefully decorated with nhriond , bios
soms by lady fnends of the bnde Ap
piopiiato music was lendcred- by 'the
choir The biide, who was gnen away
bv hei fathpi wore a 'becoming dress of
hand ombioiclcicd silk with long tiam
o^e^ which tell a hand embioidered
tulle \oil (pre\ioufaly worn b- hei sis
teO, and she caincd a sheaf of aium
lilhes and snow diops, gifts of the bnde
gioom Mrs Goidon Giayston sister
of . the bride, attended as matron of
honoi and woio a piett) flock of cieam
\oile, with black pictuie hat, nnd ear
ned a posj of violets, gifit of the biide
bj Mi Goo Giajston as best man After
the coipmoin the wedding paitj ad
journed to 'Dllamatta,' wheie the wed
handfiome collection of wedding nie^en^s
was on -v lew Mi and Mrs Macdonald
left bj the pvening tiam for Sydney,
the bildo weanng a costume of battle
ship jjicy cloth, with lnl to match
Macdonald — Donaldson.
The marriage of Mr. James Macdon-
ald, youngest son of the late George
Macdonald, Morayshire, Scotland, to
Miss Vera Donaldson, youngest daugh-
ter of Mr. Joseph Donaldson, "Ella-
matta," Darling-street, Tamworth, was
celebrated at the Presbyterian Church,
Tamworth, on August 28, the Rev. Wm.
Beck officiating. The church was
tastefully decorated with almond blos-
soms by lady friends of the bride. Ap-
propriate music was rendered by the
choir. The bride, who was given away
by her father, wore a becoming dress of
hand embroidered silk with long train,
over which fell a hand embroidered
tulle veil (previously worn by her sis-
ter), and she carried a sheaf of arum
lillies and snow drops, gifts of the bride-
groom. Mrs. Gordon Grayston, sister
of the bride, attended as matron of
honor, and wore a pretty frock of cream
voile, with black picture hat, and car-
ried a posy of violets, gift of the bride-
by Mr. Geo. Grayston as best man After
the ceremony, the wedding party ad-
journed to "Ellamatta," where the wed-
handsome collection of wedding presents
was on view. Mr. and Mrs. Macdonald
left by the evening train for Sydney,
the bride wearing a costume of battle-
ship grey cloth, with hat to match.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Tamworth Daily Observer (NSW : 1910 - 1916), Wednesday 3 May 1916 [Issue No.99] page 4 2016-08-29 16:04 Rickards-Penman.
was celebrated on April 8 in the Methodist
Church, Katoomba, when Mr.
was married to Miss Gladys Maud Penman
only daughter of the Rev. J.B.
John Penman of Vaucluse, uncle of the
bride. The bride, who entered, the
a dress of white silk crepe de chine
trimmed with ninon lace and seed
pearls, her veil of tulle edged with honiton
point was worn with a wreath of
carnations being the gifts of the bride
groom. Miss Florence Burgess. the
heliotrope and pink scabious, with a
gold curb bangle the gift of the bride
leaving for the honeymoon Mrs. Rick
McKeriiian-Biinksell.
. On -Easter Monday,-April 24, the Rev.
IvJumieson "Williams celebrated' at the
Pie^'hUeum Chiudi, Aunidale, the
uimngc of Mi B J vMcKei.|lian of
Dungniwin wi'h "Mi^-S- Lhken _Jihnk*>ell
unly;{laiiphloivof':Mrs.'iBhnksellyiof;Sycl
nc> and Gumnlle The bndo woie a
uecouung'. gowiiiiccfiwlMte'Silk'over nvlueh
lell\<a;'loii^ttiiH0,iveil;woiTi! Wjth^a wreath
of <r'!ora ligO''blossom; ?; and- a 'bo liquet: " of
white Mowers. theigift.of dhc bridegroom.
&-lte .;.-was.-i«ceompained^Jjy.:,-fcwo , brides
iii uds Mus McMju^h.^ and Si^tei
Doohui, who veic dies-ed m cc^lumc
ol pink crepe-dc-c]ienc, .worn with blaelc
hats, their bofiquete oi pink llowers
and.eanico pendaiitsiiemu:.presented bv
the bridearoomi'^'Mr. -11 arry- MeKerihan
and Mr.. Jl. . J f: StcYensoir acted'-..respec
tively as :best>maii' ~ imd proomsmau.
Atter the ceremony the ?wedding party
ndionrned :to: -Mrs. MeMaiiU'li's resi
dence. '-.whore the . weddmu: Ureal;Cast
took place and where the liand.snme col
lection of .'.-weddmsy presents were on
view. Mr. anil - Mrs. MeKenhan left 'by
the evenins' train for Ww Woy. the
bride-,wearing' ai dress ol! dark brown
! silk/with a.,vieux rose hat ami mnl't' and
.furs, the. trifl:, of the liridejimom.
Rickards — Penman.
was celebrated on April 8 in the Metho-
dist Church, Katoomba, when Mr.
was married to Miss Gladys Maud Pen-
man, only daughter of the Rev. J. B.
John Penman, of Vaucluse, uncle of the
bride. The bride, who entered the
a dress of white silk crepe chinoise
trimmed with ninon lace and seed-
pearls, her veil of tulle edged with honi-
ton point was worn with a wreath of
carnations being the gifts of the bride-
groom. Miss Florence Burgess, the
bridesmaid, was dressed in shell-pink
heliotrope and pink seabions, with a
gold curb bangle the gift of the bride-
leaving for the honeymoon Mrs. Rick-
McKerihan — Blinksell.
On Easter Monday, April 24, the Rev.
T. Jamieson Williams celebrated at the
Presbyterian Church, Armidale, the
marriage of Mr. R. J. McKerihan, of
Dungowan, with Miss Eileen Blinksell,
only daughter of Mrs. Blinksell, of Syd-
ney and Granville. The bride wore a
becoming gown of white silk over which
fell a long tulle veil worn with a wreath
of orange blossom, and a bouquet of
white flowers, the gift of the bridegroom.
She was accompanied by two brides-
maids, Miss McMaugh and Sister
Doohan, who were dressed in costumes
of pink crepe-de-chene, worn with black
hats, their bouquets of pink flowers
and cameo pendants being presented by
the bridearoom. Mr. Harry McKerihan
and Mr. H. H. Stevenson acted respec-
tively as best man and groomsman.
After the ceremony the wedding party
adjourned to Mrs. McCaughs resi-
dence, where the wedding breakfast
took place and where the handsome col-
lection of wedding presents were on
view. Mr. and Mrs. McKerihan left by
the evening train for Woy Woy, the
bride wearing a dress of dark brown
silk, with a vieux rose hat and muff and
furs, the gift of the bridegroom.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Tamworth Daily Observer (NSW : 1910 - 1916), Wednesday 3 May 1916 [Issue No.99] page 4 2016-08-29 15:53 Grayston-Donaldson.
' r~
'JTlio niaii'iagc of Mr. Gordon Gi'ayV;
stan, eldest son of the ; late Tlioiuas
Grayston, to Miss Isabelle Doiiahlsor)}
eldest. daughter. of 'Mr. Joseph DowitUUv
son, of Darling-street, Tamworth.^wns!
celebrated at the PresbytoriaJi 'Chnreh';
Tamworthj oit April s!, the '- Eev.-*'iV
Jamieson Williams officiating.1- ? vTlie*
bride, who was given away . by^v'her:
father, wore a- becoming dress of white;
silk made with a tira'in, heir' wedding veil
was. arranged cap-fashion : from ii'
wreath of orange .blossoms, and fell the,
whole length of.the dres>, it .was of fine
Brussels net. embroidered with silk lioni
(011 lace braid and silver bugles, the gift
and work of Mrs. W- E. Grayston. >A
bouquet of! white ilowers with a gold
bangle the git'Is of the bridegroom
completed the cost nine. Miss Vera
Donaldson acted as bridesmaid, wear
ing a. pretty dress of while voile and a
black fagel Jiat with bouquet of white
and mauve asters and a. gold bangle
bridegroom was attended by liis e-onsin,
immediate relatives, of the Januly as
sembled at the, iiesidenee oi: the bride's
parents. Mr. .and- .Mrs. Gordon Gra.y.
slon left for their honeymoon m Syd
ney, the ibride travelliiitr jn a. coat and
skirt of iblaek erepe-de-ehene with hat
useful: presents were received, includ
ing cheques. '
Grayston — Donaldson.

The marriage of Mr. Gordon Gray-
ston, eldest son of the late Thomas
Grayston, to Miss Isabelle Donaldson,
eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Donald-
son, of Darling-street, Tamworth, was
celebrated at the Presbyterian Church,
Tamworth, on April 3, the Rev. T.
Jamieson Williams officiating. The
bride, who was given away by her
father, wore a becoming dress of white
silk made with a train, her wedding veil
was arranged cap-fashion from a
wreath of orange blossoms, and fell the
whole length of.the dress, it was of fine
Brussels net embroidered with silk honi-
ton lace braid and silver bugles, the gift
and work of Mrs. W. E. Grayston. A
bouquet of white flowers with a gold
bangle the gifts of the bridegroom
completed the costume. Miss Vera
Donaldson acted as bridesmaid, wear-
ing a pretty dress of while voile and a
black tagel hat with bouquet of white
and mauve asters and a gold bangle
bridegroom was attended by his cousin,
immediate relatives of the family as-
sembled at the residence of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gray-
ston left for their honeymoon in Syd-
ney, the bride travelling in a coat and
skirt of black crepe-de-chene with hat
useful presents were received, includ-
ing cheques.
Advertising (Advertising), The Tamworth Daily Observer (NSW : 1910 - 1916), Friday 21 January 1916 [Issue No.17] page 1 2016-08-29 15:24 j PRF.SRYTEUIAX.
1 Sunday. January 23, 1916. >
:T.'®wrth-St. Andrew's, 11 aiiih ,'nricl
] iJIO p-ai. . Ifr-v. T. ./anuesoti. WiU
4 l"ms . "
? Id the morning; a Memorial Serviee-. In
j ice htr Miss Ha Donaldson.
| Tbf ladies of Hie . eongregftlioTi -'rirfc.
Si.H to moot- together after the morir-.
! ;!s> ciri/c ? 1
PRESBYTERIAN.
Sunday, January 23, 1916.
Tamworth — St. Andrew's, 11 a.m. and
7.30 p.m. Rev. T. Jamieson Wil-
liams
In the morning a Memorial Service to
the late Miss Ida Donaldson.
The ladies of the congregation are
asked to meet together after the morn-
ing service.
PERSONAL (Article), The Tamworth Daily Observer (NSW : 1910 - 1916), Wednesday 19 January 1916 [Issue No.16] page 2 2016-08-29 15:21 PERSONAL
Dr. Sholto Douglas U'iivr; Tnxnvwth
shortly ifo'r Uio war. JI is tilth... .1.
(':' Doiifttiis. has just. vrtnio oni from
fVoti.'uxl to look after t.lio practice till
Dr. Kholio Douglas returns from 'nctivo
service. -Mrs. Douglas 1ms given nil lier
sons, iPoiir in nuiitber, lo Ihoir King and
Mr. 11. F. Roberts, P.M., lias been
called upon to ,act as relieving police
magistrate at Maitlaiul, and it is under
stood f.lial lie will . rortliwit.li take up
duties at that, centre.
home. Darling- street. Tamworth. at the.
early age of 21. of Miss Ida Donaldson,
cause of death being; pneumonia. The
3.30 this .afternoon, for the Presbyter
ian cemetery. West. Tamworth.
PERSONAL.
Dr. Sholto Douglas leaves Tamworth
shortly for the war. His father, ... J.
C. Douglas, has just come out from
Scotland to look after the practice till
Dr. Sholto Douglas returns from active
service. Mrs. Douglas has given all her
sons, four in number, to their King and
Mr. H. F. Roberts, P.M., has been
called upon to act as relieving police
magistrate at Maitland, and it is under-
stood that he will forthwith take up
duties at that centre.
home, Darling-street, Tamworth, at the
early age of 21, of Miss Ida Donaldson,
cause of death being pneumonia. The
3.30 this afternoon, for the Presbyter-
ian cemetery, West Tamworth.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Tamworth Daily Observer (NSW : 1910 - 1916), Saturday 22 January 1916 [Issue No.17] page 7 2016-08-29 15:17 COUPLAND - WiIliam Wallace Coup-
land, aged 12 years. at his late resi-
dence. Piper-street. . North Tamworth,
January 19 1916.
i'natls for kindness and sympathy in
^tweeat sad licmtvoniciit.
Mr. and Mrs- DONALDSON, 'and
family of Darling Street, desire , to
COUPLAND. — WiIliam Wallace Coup-
land, aged 12 years, at his late resi-
dence, Piper-streetm North Tamworth,
January 19, 1916.
RETURN THANKS.
friends for kindness and sympathy in
their recent sad bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. DONALDSON and
family of Darling Street, desire to
OBITUARY. (Article), The Tamworth Daily Observer (NSW : 1910 - 1916), Saturday 22 January 1916 [Issue No.17] page 2 2016-08-29 15:12 On Tuesday aftornoon last January
18th, at lier parents' residence in Dar
ling-street. Miss Jila Donaldson passed
away ut tlie early age of 21. Scores of
friends in Tannvorth nioiirn her loss,
and much sympathy is expressed to
wards tlif> parents at the departure of
brief illness. She was deeply interes
ted in religious work, and tlio Presby
devoted . workers. She had a class of
boys in the Sunday School, was trea
surer of llie "Fellowship Association"
She was buried 011 Wednesday after
cemetery. Hie liov. T. .lainiesou Wil
?? !»" Ill
On Tuesday afternoon last January
18th, at her parents' residence in Dar-
ling-street, Miss Ida Donaldson passed
away at the early age of 21. Scores of
friends in Tamworth mourn her loss,
and much sympathy is expressed to-
wards the parents at the departure of
brief illness. She was deeply interes-
ted in religious work, and the Presby-
devoted workers. She had a class of
boys in the Sunday School, was trea-
surer of the "Fellowship Association"
She was buried on Wednesday after-
cemetery, the Rev. T. Jamieson Wil-

OUR STATIONMASTER. (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Friday 23 October 1908 [Issue No.2696] page 4 2016-08-27 19:25 OUB 8TATI0NMASTBR. *
Tbe systematic manner In which
business is transacted at tbe Guyra
bis energetic staff. It is boped that
bis term here will be a lengthy one,
and local residents can esaUy under
stand why Ben Lomond people re
Wbybum at Guyra,
OUR STATIONMASTER.
The systematic manner in which
business is transacted at the Guyra
his energetic staff. It is boped that
his term here will be a lengthy one,
and local residents can easily under-
stand why Ben Lomond people re-
Whyburn at Guyra,
SOCIAL. (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Monday 10 August 1914 [Issue No.3281] page 4 2016-08-27 19:23 io aid oi the I.O.O.F. and Rebekab
lodgm, was held in the Masonic Hall.
Hi ere was a fair assemblage of dan
nr Messr. Davev (piano) and Ban- 1
field (violin). Mr. F. Tremble aeted
a M.O. During the evening light re
j. Wbyburn carried out the secretar
in aid of the I.O.O.F. and Rebekah
lodges, was held in the Masonic Hall.
There was a fair assemblage of dan-
by Messrs. Davev (piano) and Ban-
field (violin). Mr. F. Tremble acted
as M.C. During the evening light re-
J. Whyburn carried out the secretar-

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