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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,420,615
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,776
4 annmanley 2,237,561
5 John.F.Hall 2,116,119
...
178 Peter.Murrell 199,999
179 Maggiehann 199,818
180 chaddock 199,191
181 fourb 198,736
182 AussieSim 198,376
183 ajquinn 197,693

198,736 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 612
March 2017 150
February 2017 207
January 2017 87
December 2016 238
November 2016 303
October 2016 482
September 2016 932
August 2016 399
July 2016 625
June 2016 235
May 2016 314
April 2016 124
March 2016 447
February 2016 670
January 2016 529
December 2015 711
November 2015 1,272
October 2015 1,999
September 2015 1,677
August 2015 1,712
July 2015 1,764
June 2015 954
May 2015 1,672
April 2015 1,964
March 2015 3,398
February 2015 2,915
January 2015 653
December 2014 1,276
November 2014 1,305
October 2014 1,676
September 2014 3,363
August 2014 2,932
July 2014 9,759
June 2014 6,265
May 2014 10,344
April 2014 13,227
March 2014 11,462
February 2014 11,154
January 2014 1,743
December 2013 4,207
November 2013 13,072
October 2013 663
September 2013 247
August 2013 150
July 2013 314
June 2013 1,834
May 2013 11,870
April 2013 28,154
March 2013 20,840
February 2013 15,834

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,420,584
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,776
4 annmanley 2,237,491
5 John.F.Hall 2,116,114
...
177 Peter.Murrell 199,999
178 Maggiehann 199,768
179 chaddock 199,133
180 fourb 198,736
181 AussieSim 198,292
182 ajquinn 197,693

198,736 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 612
March 2017 150
February 2017 207
January 2017 87
December 2016 238
November 2016 303
October 2016 482
September 2016 932
August 2016 399
July 2016 625
June 2016 235
May 2016 314
April 2016 124
March 2016 447
February 2016 670
January 2016 529
December 2015 711
November 2015 1,272
October 2015 1,999
September 2015 1,677
August 2015 1,712
July 2015 1,764
June 2015 954
May 2015 1,672
April 2015 1,964
March 2015 3,398
February 2015 2,915
January 2015 653
December 2014 1,276
November 2014 1,305
October 2014 1,676
September 2014 3,363
August 2014 2,932
July 2014 9,759
June 2014 6,265
May 2014 10,344
April 2014 13,227
March 2014 11,462
February 2014 11,154
January 2014 1,743
December 2013 4,207
November 2013 13,072
October 2013 663
September 2013 247
August 2013 150
July 2013 314
June 2013 1,834
May 2013 11,870
April 2013 28,154
March 2013 20,840
February 2013 15,834

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PRIVATE R. FRITH. (Article), Northern Times (Newcastle, NSW : 1857 - 1918), Thursday 8 March 1917 [Issue No.127] page 5 2017-04-28 09:25 Mr. T. Frith, of Robert Street, Wick
'ham, yesterday received advice from
Mr. M. C. Reid, of tho Newcastle Infor
mation Buroau of tbe Red Cross So
ciety, that Ui son, Private Reuben
Frith, of the 66th Battalion, who has
been In hospital suffering from gan
grenous feet, was progressing fairly;
Mr. T. Frith, of Robert Street, Wick-
ham, yesterday received advice from
Mr. M. C. Reid, of the Newcastle Infor-
mation Bureau of the Red Cross So-
ciety, that his son, Private Reuben
Frith, of the 56th Battalion, who has
been in hospital suffering from gan-
grenous feet, was progressing fairly,
Fined For Doubling on Bicycle (Article), Warwick Daily News (Qld. : 1919 -1954), Tuesday 27 February 1945 [Issue No.7981] page 2 2017-04-21 11:11 Fined For Doubling on]
- Bicycle
i Arthur'.' Reginald; Gilham ' ;(19);
of Marshall,' street, Mill Hill,
i pleaded guiltyiffithe Summons
i: Court: yesterday; (before, Mr.T.' Elte,
Acting, SM, to -a. chargei of the
Traffic Regulations in that ' he
i. carried -another person -onvthe> %ar
of his bicycle i t > ,
• Sergeant E tW. Witt, who pro
secuted,'. sald-that -about!'4.15 ;-pm
ii wv,;SUndayj; v, February -.1-1,: i Gon
ijsrableiM.i-.Boylan -was, performing
■traffic , -duty In Canning- street
• wheni„he'-noticed;.-. the\t defendant
,;apprcaphlng, wlth.another person
i on;, the -toar; of ,-hls bloycle. 'sStop--:
i ped .and asked why he-was'carry-,
i ing the youth on his. machine she
i .replied-... that, he, .thought it - would
ii not . matter ,-as it. was-Sunday; and
i; that "no-, one would, see him:: He
i- also. said i that the youth was. go-'
Ing the same way as'himself. He
admitted ..that he owned the bi
cycle.,,, When told that h.s breach
of the Traffic: (Regulations would
be,ireported'-.defendant -Said, "It
is all right by me.',' Nothing -pre
vious-was-'-known • against defend
Gllham was convicted- and fined'
5/, dIus-6/. costs. of court, in. de
fault levy and distress;* in"default
12 hours. ..i -
Fined For Doubling on
Bicycle
Arthur Reginald Gilham (19),
of Marshall street, Mill Hill,
pleaded guilty in the Summons
Court: yesterday before, Mr.T. Elte,
Acting, SM, to a charge of the
Traffic Regulations in that he
carried another person on the bar
of his bicycle.
Sergeant E. W. Witt, who pro-
secuted, sald that about 4.15 pm
on Sunday, February 11, Con-
stable M. Boylan was performing
traffic duty in Canning street
when he noticed the defendant
approaching with another person
on the bar of hls bicycle. Stop-
ped and asked why he was carry-
ing the youth on his machine he
replied that he thought it would
not matter as it was Sunday and
that no one would see him. He
also said that the youth was go-
ing the same way as himself. He
admitted that he owned the bi-
cycle. When told that his breach
of the Traffic Regulations would
be reported, defendant said, "It
is all right by me." Nothing pre-
vious was known against defend-
Gilham was convicted and fined
5/, plus 6/ costs of court, in de-
fault levy and distress, in default
12 hours.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 1 August 1944 [Issue No.33,261] page 10 2017-04-13 12:39 DUFFY -July 31 1944 at The Entrance
Edmund Denning Duffy beloved hu«band of
Ada and father of Kenneth and Marjorie son
ol Mrs Ann'e Duffs of Hill Street Goslord
end the late Charles 1 Duffy brother ol Mil-
dred (Mrs Cooper) Mlllloent (Mrs Shailer)
and Ernest (Jim) grandfather of Rodnes
end ft»hor-ln-law of Hlldt
DUFFY.- July 31, 1944, at The Entrance,
Edmund Denning Duffy, beloved husband of
Ada and father of Kenneth and Marjorie, son
of Mrs Annie Duffy of Hill Street, Gosford,
and the late Charles J. Duffy, brother of Mil-
dred (Mrs Cooper), Millicent (Mrs Shailer),
and Ernest (Jim), grandfather of Rodney
and father-in-law of Hilda.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 1 August 1944 [Issue No.33,261] page 10 2017-04-13 12:33 DUII i -The Funeral of Ul« l«'e Mr Ed
mund D Duff« of The Entrance v ill
move from the Methodist Church Leng Jett«
To-morrow Wednesda at 2 30 pm for
Wamberal Cemotc-j R H Creighton run»ral
DUFFY.- The Funeral of the late Mr. Ed-
mund D. Duffy of The Entrance will
move from the Methodist Church Long Jetty
To-morrow Wednesday at 2 30 pm for
Wamberal Cemetery. R H Creighton run»ral
THOSE WHO HAVE DIED FOR FREEDOM'S CAUSE. (Article), Bendigonian (Bendigo, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 10 May 1917 [Issue No.1052] page 2 2017-04-11 10:52 Corporal ALWYN FIEILD,
Died of iounds; grandsonx of Mr. S. Field,"
Barukl-street, BJndigo.
'patea_ LEONARD WM. PTELFO) b
J11 tJ. ( ; oil ( (IIttict; 1oil o M. .md I rs. `i \
iiJgled in action: son of the late Mr. E
J) illed int aet fu(ll ijmirtl i so of Mr. and: Mrs. ,
Sapper JACK M'GREGOR,
S.illed. in action,; son of Mr. J. M'Gregor,
I Sapper W. PRAED,?
Agd...29), killed - in action; son.of Wi
?Private E. TRACEY,
Corporal ALWYN FIELD,
Died of wounds; grandson of Mr. S. Field,
Barkly-street, Bendigo.
Pte. LEONARD WM. TELFORD,
Killed in action; ; oil ( (IIttict; 1oil o M. .md I rs. `i \
Killed in action: son of the late Mr. E
Killed in action; fu(ll ijmirtl i so of Mr. and: Mrs. ,
Sapper JACK McGREGOR,
Killed in action,; son of Mr. J. M'Gregor,
Sapper W. PRAED,
Aged 20, killed in action; son.of Wi
Private E. TRACEY,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 28 June 1919 [Issue No.25,422] page 10 2017-04-10 14:32 SUNNERS.-The Friends .- of Mr». SIMONS -and
FAMILY, Lilyvllle, Church-street, Leichhardt, are
SUNNERS.- The Friends of Mrs. SIMONS and
FAMILY, Lilyville, Church-street, Leichhardt, are
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 28 June 1919 [Issue No.25,422] page 12 2017-04-10 14:28 SUNNERS.-June 27, at Moor» Park Emergency Hom
Kdward Charles, late 20th Batt., A.I.F. dearly bel
brother ot Mrs. J. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs, O. l'a
Mr. aud Mrs. I\ Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bc
mann. Mr. and Mrs. E. Horton.
SUNNERS.- June 27, at Moore Park Emergency Hospital,
Edward Charles, late 20th Batt., A.I.F. dearly beloved
brother of Mrs. J. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Payne,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Boeke-
mann, Mr. and Mrs. E. Borton.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 17 March 1934 [Issue No.20,782] page 1 2017-04-10 12:29 HERON.-On March IG, 1934, at Re-
HERON.-Funeral of tho late Mr. Roy
A.I.l¡\) will arrive at St. John's Ceme-
tery, Now Town, on Saturday (This
HERON.- On March 16, 1934, at Re-
HERON.- Funeral of the late Mr. Roy
A.I.F.) will arrive at St. John's Ceme-
tery, New Town, on Saturday (This
Advertising (Advertising), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Tuesday 5 October 1926 [Issue No.1,007] page 30 2017-04-07 09:58 Are the initials of
We P ot fe a•'t
AMaybe *1
3~ALYCHA.--On October 5 at the Repatria
of 48th Battalian, A.I.F., and Whyte Yar
cowie), son of Luis and the late Mlary Ann
31alycha. Aged 28 years. RIequieseat in
pacp.
FADA Are the initials of
- We Don't Mean
Maybe!
MALYCHA.- On October 5 at the Repatria-
of 48th Battalian, A.I.F., and Whyte Yar-
cowie), son of Luis and the late Mary Ann
Malycha. Aged 28 years. Requiescat in
pace.
PERSONAL. (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 23 October 1926 [Issue No.3,657] page 45 2017-04-07 09:40 Mr. Michael Malycha, 'ivk'ne death was
Wbyte-Yarcowie, and served with distinc
tion* in the Great War.
Mr. Michael Malycha, whose death was
Whyte-Yarcowie, and served with distinc-
tion in the Great War.

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