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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,408,346
2 NeilHamilton 3,044,828
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,116
4 annmanley 2,234,545
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,257
...
226 barba 160,537
227 aileth 159,919
228 bernardk47 158,591
229 BainaMasquelier 158,218
230 docaartsen 156,845
231 cireen 156,687

158,218 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 4,029
March 2017 4,207
February 2017 1,934
January 2017 3,818
December 2016 3,019
November 2016 2,077
October 2016 4,240
September 2016 6,216
August 2016 11,048
July 2016 9,863
June 2016 8,379
May 2016 1,030
March 2016 267
February 2016 4,971
January 2016 1,005
December 2015 964
November 2015 5,608
October 2015 16,538
September 2015 7,046
August 2015 6,769
July 2015 4,261
June 2015 1,232
May 2015 2,248
April 2015 5,588
March 2015 4,730
February 2015 1,861
January 2015 2,767
December 2014 152
August 2014 1,105
July 2014 3,275
April 2014 499
March 2014 3,674
February 2014 13,042
January 2014 10,756

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,408,315
2 NeilHamilton 3,044,828
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,116
4 annmanley 2,234,475
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,252
...
229 cireen 156,624
230 bettymay 156,318
231 johntapner 155,711
232 BainaMasquelier 155,674
233 hindsight 154,796
234 janetlynngibson 154,453

155,674 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 4,029
March 2017 4,207
February 2017 1,934
January 2017 3,818
December 2016 2,967
November 2016 2,077
October 2016 4,240
September 2016 6,216
August 2016 11,048
July 2016 7,371
June 2016 8,379
May 2016 1,030
March 2016 267
February 2016 4,971
January 2016 1,005
December 2015 964
November 2015 5,608
October 2015 16,538
September 2015 7,046
August 2015 6,769
July 2015 4,261
June 2015 1,232
May 2015 2,248
April 2015 5,588
March 2015 4,730
February 2015 1,861
January 2015 2,767
December 2014 152
August 2014 1,105
July 2014 3,275
April 2014 499
March 2014 3,674
February 2014 13,042
January 2014 10,756

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,019
2 jaybee67 66,198
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,564
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
10 poves 3,391
11 JohnMA2227 2,872
12 sonmaa 2,826
13 bainamasquelier 2,544
14 aleon 2,277
15 AngelaDay 2,091

2,544 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 52
July 2016 2,492


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Merry Christmas in England. (Article), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Friday 28 April 1837 [Issue No.1027] page 4 2017-04-23 21:45 3V~e>rytpirthtgaa= s 'E nglan..; ,
W i'J r r iniseees of a mingled nature,
half pleasiurable,1'alf melanchuly, we copy
the following from amid a-host of merr)
Christrais fe tivities and gnnibols'recorded
in the Englih hpapers, which have arrived
to.o9r'hinidsa by the .%arah Elizabrt/i, and
eontimehd them to the reading of oiur native
youth;, T'o these public testimonies of
English ,Christmas revelry, we beg, them
to remember, that the Christmas of Eng
land is nor =rendered sickly and dull by
clbuds of 4ubth houtwinds, swarms of nuus
lt fei, ari {ia conseluen.ce) sickly appetites
and:laptgujth npiri0t; Ibut by rousing fires,
smoking dishes, dancing, unusi,, songs,
and. revelry tf all. possible kinds,. which
'like resound aihitW the halls and corridors
humble. We still iope, with the aid of
our worthy friend, Bishop 1lroughton, to
see Christmas -removed by Al t of Counci[
from our summer to the stript. ral season
-namely, the depth of' winter. Juden
possesses a climate exactly similar topthat
-of New South Wales. Its winLir is the
tme as ours in't ildness, but it occurs it
Decemnber. 'Therefore, our . Chiristimnts
June is our wiilter.-ED. SYD. 1Mow.
Merry Christmas in England.
With reminiscences of a mingled nature,
half pleasurable,half melancholy, we copy
the following from amid a host of merry
Christmas festivities and gambols recorded
in the English papers, which have arrived
to our hands by the Sarah Elizabeth, and
commend them to the reading of our native
youth. To these public testimonies of
English Christmas revelry, we beg them
is not rendered sickly and dull by
clouds of dust, hot winds, swarms of muskitoes,
and (in consequence) sickly appetites
and languid spirits ; but by rousing fires,
smoking dishes, dancing, music, songs,
and revelry of all possible kinds, which
alike resound amid the halls and corridors
humble. We still hope, with the aid of
our worthy friend, Bishop Broughton, to
see Christmas removed by Act of Council
from our summer to the scriptural season
— namely, the depth of' winter. Judea
possesses a climate exactly similar to that
of New South Wales. Its winter is the
same as ours in mildness, but it occurs in
December. Therefore, our Christmas
June is our winter.— ED. SYD. MON.
SHEEP (Article), The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954), Friday 3 September 1937 page 4 2017-04-21 01:40 . Merinos predominated, and the
judge, Mr. It. K. LfEstrange, of Con
Dent, \y«,:l Wyalong (strong wools),
to" tltepi. They said the display was
, Willi very strong competition.
Messrs (1. T. Walhler and Sons, of
"Malice Vale." Ungarie, were the
16 firsts, and 14 seconds .and had the
champion strong wool ewe (hred by
exhibitor), and the reserve champitjp
ewe of the show. ' "
Mr. Wilson Smythe, of LCon8obofin,'
' —b.
was another successful exhibitor, fn'
the champion ewe (open), the cham
1 Mr. P. J. Mooney, of Condobolin, had
he grand champion ram of the show
he champion ram (open), and also
Air. F. W. Bahr. of West Mil^y„haIdJ
the champion ram '(smali b^lders^.!
and won several prizeSr
nerino classes were Alessrs A. E. A.
Holmes. C. Cassin, K. F. Clemson, and
of "Bolygamy." made his first appear-1
id first for group of three two tooth
rams; . first for group of three two
tooth ewes (bred by exhibitor), and |
Wyalong. won the Bryant Cup for the
ibst long wool ewe, two tooth and un
der (bred by exhibitor), with a Cor
only 21 years of age, has commenced I
at the' West Wyalong show was run
, lln the Corriedale class, Mr. D. E.
and Mr. D. Beatlie first for Ideal ram.
the sheep industry is rightly assum
ing great importance in this and ad
C. R- Nicholson) :said it was pleasing:
to find about ](l pens of exhibits,.of
of Girral. had the best pen of three
Merinos predominated, and the
judge, Mr. R. K. L'Estrange, of Condobolin
Dent, West Wyalong (strong wools),
to them. They said the display was
With very strong competition,
Messrs G. T. Wallder and Sons, of
"Malee Vale." Ungarie, were the
16 firsts, and 14 seconds and had the
champion strong wool ewe (bred by
exhibitor), and the reserve champion
ewe of the show.
Mr. Wilson Smythe, of Condobolin,

was another successful exhibitor. In
Mr. P. J. Mooney, of Condobolin, had
the grand champion ram of the show
the champion ram (open), and also
Mr. F. W. Bahr, of West Milby, had
the champion ram (small holders),
and won several prizes.
merino classes were Messrs A. E. A.
Holmes, C. Cassin, K. F. Clemson, and
in the show ring, and was awarded
first for group of three two tooth
rams; first for group of three two
tooth ewes (bred by exhibitor), and
Wyalong, won the Bryant Cup for the
best long wool ewe, two tooth and under
only 21 years of age, has commenced
In the Corriedale class, Mr. D. E.
and Mr. D. Beattie first for Ideal ram.
C. R. Nicholson) said it was pleasing
to find about 10 pens of exhibits, of
of Girral, had the best pen of three
GOLD FIND 21oz. Slug MELBOURNE, Monday. (Article), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 12 September 1932 page 1 2017-04-21 01:15 ;q; !
MELBOURNE. Monelav .
solid slug containing 21 ounces of mire
———
MELBOURNE, Monday.
solid slug containing 21 ounces of pure
LATEST MINING. Evening News Office, Saturday. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Saturday 12 October 1872 [Issue No.1621] page 2 2017-04-21 01:12 The following fetter has this day been received from
the temporary mining manager of the Niagara Gold
mining Company : — ' I address you these few lines to
company was formed. It is liein;r got principally in the
scuta drive. I handled several pieces containing very
stones over to keep them aut of sight, for although not
extraordinarily rieh, ye^ they make a great show, and
tempt passers oy. l nave aiso to lniorm you,- «'?*' &«'*
Company'siease, and if it proves payable, must greatly
improve the Niagara Company's prospects. I saW 1_*
gold this morning, and it is beluff ^ot at a depth of 190
reet ? uiiu ~ --' ''n- '°ty touched this morning for the
first' time widths sinking very hard, it will take time
to prove it There ig. however, good gold in some of
the stone they ave raising, but as they have nj^ n5 yit
a regularly defined vein, but only a r^y 0{ Juafore' it
would lead to the belief that when lh.o vein forms it mil
'lScwt lqr Gib of siouQ from heap grass, from the
Comet, Wattle Flit, crushed at Mort's, yesterday,
not been crushed with above. Another parcel of 261b
brought down a few days since by one of tie share
holder*, and shot out in his presence yielded gold at the
rate of 17oz 4dwt Wgr per ton. . *, „ -
A ceneral meeting of the shareholders m the Koths
evening, at Punch's Hotel, King-street, when the fol
Hemminp and T. I* Coombe ; auditors, Messrs. J . XI
The following letter has this day been received from
the temporary mining manager of the Niagara Gold-
mining Company : — " I address you these few lines to
company was formed. It is being got principally in the
south drive. I handled several pieces containing very
stones over to keep them out of sight, for although not
extraordinarily rich, yet they make a great show, and
tempt passers by. l have also to inform you, that gold
was struck this morning in the Never Fail Company's
Company's lease, and if it proves payable, must greatly
improve the Niagara Company's prospects. I saw the
gold this morning, and it is being got at a depth of 190
feet ; but as it was touched this morning for the
first time and the sinking very hard, it will take time
to prove it. There is, however, good gold in some of
the stone they are raising, but as they have not as yet
a regularly defined vein, but only a mass of leaders, it
would lead to the belief that when the vein forms it will
be good.
18cwt 1qr 9lb of stone from heap grass, from the
Comet, Wattle Flat, crushed at Mort's, yesterday,
not been crushed with above. Another parcel of 26lb
brought down a few days since by one of the share-
holders, and shot out in his presence yielded gold at the
rate of 17oz 4dwt 14gr per ton.
A general meeting of the shareholders in the Rothschild
Hemming and T. L. Coombe ; auditors, Messrs. J. M.
WATTLE RIDGE SIDING. (Article), The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette (NSW : 1900 - 1928), Saturday 3 April 1915 page 5 2017-04-19 23:58 WATTLE. RIDGE SIDING.
Mr. Tom Brown, M-L-A., for
Wattle Flat, West Wyalong, ad
enclosing petition urging the pro
Wyaloug and Hiawatha, on the
sav the request has had the careful
consideration of the Chief Com
which would 'be Involved by the
construction of the facilities -asked
be kept in mind, and the develop
ments in the locality wstched, with
I have, etc:, <
J. S. SPURWAY, <
Secretary, Railway Commissioners. <
WATTLE RIDGE SIDING.
Mr. Tom Brown, M.L.A., forwards
Wattle Flat, West Wyalong, addressed
Wyalong and Hiawatha, on the
say the request has had the careful
which would be Involved by the
construction of the facilities asked
in the locality watched, with
I have, etc:,
J. S. SPURWAY,
Secretary, Railway Commissioners.
MINING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SOFALA, Thursday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 13 September 1901 [Issue No.19,815] page 9 2017-04-19 23:51 MINING-IN NEW SOtmi WALES.
Tho City Bank sent by tho monthly éscoi t to-day
470oz. of gold, which includes 13óu¿. íioni Wattle
Flat
WEST WYALONG, Tliuisilny.
Much interest is manifested in lho Buddigower tin
field. Paicols of 010 will bo desputbhed this week
from Smith's,'May's, Campbell's, mid Thomas's
claims, making su. tons foi troatinoiit by tho Mines
Depai tinent, bydnoy. Work on M'Lood's lease is
earned on by only tw o men. For this lonso the
Mmintci recently promised £2 poi loot lo assist in
sinlong a depth of 100ft. Oro from newly dis
coveied portions on tho field assays un to 38'Jo/ of
silvei pei ton Tho While Ileel ti-ihuters nie laising
splendid mineralised stone in the loner levels
MINING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.
The City Bank sent by the monthly escort to-day
470oz. of gold, which includes 135oz. from Wattle
Flat.
WEST WYALONG, Thursday.
Much interest is manifested in the Buddigower tin
field. Parcels of ore will be despatched this week
from Smith's, May's, Campbell's, and Thomas's
claims, making six tons for treatment by the Mines
Department, Sydney. Work on McLeod's lease is
carried on by only two men. For this lease the
Minister recently promised £2 per foot to assist in
sinking a depth of 100ft. Ore from newly discovered
portions on the field assays up to 389oz. of
silver per ton. The While Reef tributers are raising
splendid mineralised stone in the lower levels.
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY: SEPTEMBER 6. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Saturday 5 September 1914 page 2 2017-04-19 23:40 Congregational Church. — Hat hurst
11, Mr. A. E. Lewis: 7 p.m. (Commu
nion), Rev. J. . Marshall Brown; Hill
Methodist Church.— William-st., 11.
Row G. Read; 7, Rev. G. Lavcrt7'
South Bathurst,' iT, Mr Naylor; 7
Rev. O Read: Bloom Hill. 3, Rev,. G
Road; White Rock, 11'. Rev. G Lavertz
Perthvill'1.' 3. Rev. G. Lavprtz: DunVeld
7. Mr. W^aian: Dennis Island, 11; Ca
loola, 3, Mr. Gpntle.' -' '. '' ' ?'?
HowicV-st. Mission -Hall, -Bright-Gos
pel Servico, .Sund/iy-j 0*30 a.m.;. Junioi
C.E,; 3 p.m:uSunday-S'-hopl: 6.45 p.m.,
open air and prayer .meeting; 7.1s, -.in.
door 'service, Mr., T. H. .Storks; Tups-'.
day, S p.m., prayer and praise service
all welcome. .. IV1. ,.,,., ,....., ., .: .-.. %.
. PresbyterianT, Churrh.tf SfeiStephcn!.'i'.;,
11 a.m. (rrijiifan' servitfp.) and V7 Vijjrn.v
Rev. -J. 1H.-/Robertson.w.;Watl:le'jFlat;:;i:i
a.m.;. Hollvbrpokj. -3 - p.m.);:; BiUh.uf.s11
South,: 7.30 p.m.,'; Mr.;- :PhiHr-- Mitchell:,
Congregational Church. — Bathurst
Methodist Church.— William-st., 11,
Rev G. Read; 7, Rev. G. Lavertz,
South Bathurst. 11, Mr Naylor; 7
Rev. G. Read: Bloom Hill, 3, Rev. G.
Read; White Rock, 11, Rev. G Lavertz.
Perthville. 3, Rev. G. Lavertz: Dunkeld
3. Mr. Whalan: Dennis Island, 11; Caloola,
3, Mr. Gentle.
Howick-st. Mission Hall, Bright Gospel
Service, Sunday, 9.30 a.m.; Junior
C.E.; 3 p.m., Sunday School: 6.45 p.m.,
open air and prayer meeting; 7.15, indoor
service, Mr. J. H. Stocks; Tuesday,
8 p.m., prayer and praise service,
all welcome.
Presbyterian Church.— Stephen's
11 a.m. (military service) and 7 p.m.,
Rev. J. H. Robertson. Wattle Flat; 11
a.m.; Hollybrook, 3 p.m.; Bathurst
South, 7.30 p.m., Mr. Philip Mitchell.
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY: SEPTEMBER 6. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Saturday 5 September 1914 page 2 2017-04-19 23:29 CHURCH |; SERVICES..,
SUNDAY:i-SE^TEMBER;'l6^;
All Saints' Chthcdral.-iS1 a.m.-;- Holy.
Comm'uhiori; 1 ii'a^m.y'MiIit'ary...*;Gh'tffc|-;
Parade;- 7' pim/.^Evensongv 'Rev,.1, T.^tpJV
Dunstan,:'\S; lPaulJs, St®*aft-'^tf.eeti5:-'-;7J.
p:m., ! Evensong-. '' r- ''-av. ?-:;1-'1;'-.- .- -i.!k'
. Par|sh of Kelso.-rKelso, 7.30 a.m.,
u\a.m.; Peel, 3; Durarhana,, 3; Raglan.
3; Eg-lintqn 7 p.m. Patriotic service?
with, special intercessions arid appro
Baptist Church.— Bathurst. it a.m
(Communion), 7 p.m., Rev. E. J. Rog
rts; Prayer Meeting, 6.45 p.m.: Eg
linton; 3 (Communion), . Rev. ? E. J.
Rogers. * ?
CHURCH SERVICES.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6.
All Saints' Cathedral.— 8 a.m., Holy
Communion; 11 a.m., Military Church
Parade; 7 p.m., Evensong, Rev. T. D.
Dunstan; S. Paul's, Stewart-street; 7
p.m., Evensong.
Parish of Kelso.— Kelso, 7.30 a.m.,
11 a.m.; Peel, 3; Duramana, 3; Raglan,
3; Eglinton 7 p.m. Patriotic services
with special intercessions and appropriate
Baptist Church.— Bathurst, 11 a.m.
(Communion), 7 p.m., Rev. E. J. Rogers;
Prayer Meeting, 6.45 p.m.; Eglinton,
3 (Communion), . Rev. E. J.
Rogers.
CROWN LEASES. BATHURST LAND DISTRICT. (Article), The Farmer and Settler (Sydney, NSW : 1906 - 1955), Tuesday 11 May 1915 [Issue No.29] page 5 2017-04-19 23:16 BINQAtlA LAND DISTRICT.
One block of about 101 acte., patl.li of Delta
Delta, cuuuty of Mutchlion: dl.lant llmllei from
lllncara nnd 84 from Crave.end Knllway Station I
uudulalinc to .teep, ctavelly country, itnny ln
patl., broken rldgt. and hill, of .aud.lnnc fotmn
lion, ted loll j iTmbeted with box, Itonbprk . nnd
fine, and lome prickly ' pear ; no petmanent -ur-
ace .upply of water,' could be probably obtained
by tlnlilnc I annual rainfall, . Ill Inche.. Capllal
value, Cfsi 0i. 8d. . Annual rent , fot Drat period
ol IS yeati, il 13i. 4d. Available 81 -t May,
1UU. (down leaie Atea, 1,K|1.)
BINGARA LAND DISTRICT.
One block of about 1001 acres, parish of Derra
Derra, county of Mutchison ; distant 11 miles from
Bingara and 24 from Gravesend Railway Station ;
undulating to steep, gravelly country, stony in
parts, broken ridges and hills of sandstone formation,
red soil ; timbered with box, ironbark and
pine, and some prickly pear ; no permanent surface
supply of water, could be probably obtained
by sinking ; annual rainfall, 31 inches. Capital
value, £133 6s. 8d. Annual rent for first period
of 15 years, £1 13s. 4d. Available 31st May,
1915. (Crown lease Area, 1,801.)
CROWN LEASES. BATHURST LAND DISTRICT. (Article), The Farmer and Settler (Sydney, NSW : 1906 - 1955), Tuesday 11 May 1915 [Issue No.29] page 5 2017-04-19 23:05 BATHUH8T LAND DltTlllOT.
About 471 nctet, In 2 block.^of CO nnd S7| acrei,
parMiei of Sofala and Wlacdou, county ol Ro«.
bun li ; dlitom I of a tulle from Watlle Flat, end
countty uf tirite (otmatWn, Eteyltlt loll, ttuuy
and cravelly; timbered with .Irincybatk, cum aou
apple' no water .apply; mt.n noo'l 'nlilill ubout
m Inches. Capital valuei; XSO '»'? 4d. and 141
C. Sd. Aonunlrenl. for Viral petlod of. IS yean,
l\ ench. Available Slit May, 1010. (Crown
Leaie Area. No. 1.7CJ.1
BATHURST LAND DISTRICT.
About 47½ acres, in 2 blocks of 20 and 27½ acres,
parishes of Sofala and Wiagdon, county of Roxburgh ;
distant ½ of a mile from Wattle Flat, and
24 miles from Bathurst ; it embraces undulating
country of slate formation, greyish soil, stony
and gravelly; timbered with stringybark gum and
apple ; no water supply ; mean annual rainfall about
25 inches. Capital values; £96 18s 4d. and £41
6s. 8d. Annual rents for first period of 15 years,
£1 each. Available 31st May, 1915. (Crown
Lease Area, No. 1,794.

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