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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,552,232
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,026,053
4 annmanley 2,253,822
5 John.F.Hall 2,252,450
...
186 Peter.Murrell 199,999
187 AussieSim 199,765
188 spellcheck 199,681
189 fourb 199,429
190 ajquinn 197,693
191 RAKopittke 197,391

199,429 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 128
June 2017 474
May 2017 91
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 4,552,201
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,026,053
4 annmanley 2,253,752
5 John.F.Hall 2,252,445
...
185 Peter.Murrell 199,999
186 AussieSim 199,681
187 spellcheck 199,680
188 fourb 199,429
189 ajquinn 197,693
190 RAKopittke 197,391

199,429 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 128
June 2017 474
May 2017 91
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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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 27 June 1931 [Issue No.29,166] page 9 2017-07-24 11:14 PRiS^r-The I-unernl of the late JAMES GEORGE
* PRICE (late AIF ) will leave the Prlvato
¿05 Elizabeth street Sydney THIS SATURDAY at
PRICE.- The Funeral of the late JAMES GEORGE
PRICE (late A.I.F.) will leave the Prlvate
265 Elizabeth street Sydney THIS SATURDAY at
A SOLDIER'S DEATH. SAPPER W. L. GELDARD. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Thursday 2 August 1917 [Issue No.16,512] page 5 2017-07-24 08:16 Mrs. E. Gcldard. Brown-street, Nörth
"somewhere in France." In respect to her
son. Sapper W. L. Gcldard, of the First
Divisional Signalling Company y, who was
killed in action ib tge 6th of May
1 am writing to inform you that your
Itapautua Cathedral. It is painted white,
it in black-'In memory of 5222, Sapper
Company, A.I.F., killed in action, ,6/5/17;
enil, and Wallace is the only soldier
buried in it. Wallace could not. have
paired the telephone lines under 'very
front linc back to supports and reserves
must be kept in order. I" wish you to
your great loss, and ever man in the
Mrs. E. Geldard, Brown-street, North
"somewhere in France," in respect to her
son. Sapper W. L. Geldard, of the First
Divisional Signalling Company, who was
killed in action on the 6th of May
I am writing to inform you that your
Bapaume Cathedral. It is painted white,
it in black- 'In memory of 5222, Sapper
Company, A.I.F., killed in action, 6/5/17;
euil, and Wallace is the only soldier
buried in it. Wallace could not have
paired the telephone lines under very
front line back to supports and reserves
must be kept in order. I wish you to
your great loss, and every man in the
MEN OF THE DARDANELLES. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923), Monday 23 August 1915 [Issue No.11,310] page 9 2017-07-22 15:51 J MM V ATE EDWARD L. BE ATT IK
PRIVATE W. S. M'CARTHY
(YOUNG AND LEICHIIARDT),
PRIVATE EDWARD L. BEATTIE
PRIVATE W. S. McCARTHY
(YOUNG AND LEICHHARDT),
MEN OF THE DARDANELLES. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923), Monday 23 August 1915 [Issue No.11,310] page 9 2017-07-22 15:50 (WEST MA1TLAND),
COY.-SERGT.-MA J OR ADATR
CARE BOYD
(INVEniiJLL),
(SONS OF ALD. ,
CORPORAL A. M' MILL AN
IF GOULUUIIN),
TROOPER WM. BOYLE
Mi W - m
MAJOR T. II. REDFORD '
(WAHRNAMBOOL),
K1LLEI).
a -yiSsiHggB
PTE. VICTOR GEORGE I-IILTON
PRIVATE VICTOR "WO R Til I N G T 0 N
' DIED OF WOUNDS.
(WEST MAITLAND),
COY.-SERGT.-MAJOR ADAIR
CARR BOYD
(INVERELL),
(SONS OF ALD. A. BECK, BEGA)
CORPORAL A. McMILLAN
OF GOULBURN),
TROOPER WIlliam BOYLE
MAJOR T. H. REDFORD
(WARRNAMBOOL),
KILLED.

PTE. VICTOR GEORGE HILTON
PRIVATE VICTOR WORTHINGTON
DIED OF WOUNDS.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 27 July 1936 [Issue No.25360] page 1 2017-07-18 08:07 ; BERG — On the 25th July, at Austin Hospital.
? Harold George, second son of Agusla and
i the late Karl Francis, loving brother ot
Frank nnd Clarence, aged 42 years, late
of A.I.F. A sufferer at rest. I
' BLAKE. — On the 25th July, at her residence,
BERG.— On the 25th July, at Austin Hospital,
Harold George, second son of Agusta and
the late Karl Francis, loving brother of
Frank and Clarence, aged 42 years, late
of A.I.F. A sufferer at rest.
BLAKE. — On the 25th July, at her residence,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 27 July 1936 [Issue No.25360] page 1 2017-07-18 08:05 TiEItp— Tho Friends of tho tats Mr.
«Tt m 'GEORGE BERG -are' -Informed
Slf t remains will be Interred In tho New
Cheltenham Cemetery. . Halloway-road. The
tuncral will leave 23 Hoymour-avenuo, Mai-
3,30 ' p. m? (Monday)., 27th July, at
...DJ/\YT9N ft!"! CARSON, Funornl Directors.
BERG.— The Friends of the late Mr.
HAROLD GEORGE BERG are informed
that his remains will be interred in the New
Cheltenham Cemetery, Holloway-road. The
Funeral will leave 23 Seymour-avenue, Mal-
vern, THIS DAY (Monday), 27th July, at
3.30 p.m.
DRAYTON and GARSON, Funeral Directors.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 19 November 1951 [Issue No.4673] page 10 2017-07-14 12:12 1'AHKKlt. Mr. Albert Edward. 43
Redfern Street. Huraudu. lale of
Newstead. 945 41st Battalion, 1st
late Albeit Edward Parker are re
specttully advised that, his Funeral
I.- appointed to leave the Parlour.
400 wickham Street. To-dny i Mon-
day!, at 1 p.m., for Toowong Ceme
T1IORNK. Mrs. Amy P.— The
PARKER, Mr. Albert Edward, 43
Redfern Street, Buranda, late of
Newstead, 945 41st Battalion, 1st
late Albert Edward Parker are re-
spectfully advised that, his Funeral
is appointed to leave the Parlour,
400 wickham Street. To-day Mon-
day, at 1 p.m., for Toowong Ceme-
THORNE. Mrs. Amy P.— The
Family Notices (Family Notices), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Friday 15 October 1915 [Issue No.1,555] page 35 2017-07-13 09:36 WATHBSON-KING.-Killed In action at the Dar-
danelles, Don (better .known aa Doh Sing,
.. pugUlst), beloved con of Donald- Mathe-
son, - Marble Bar, and * sincero. friend of
MATHESON-KING.- Killed in action at the Dar-
danelles, Don (better known as Don King,
pugilist), beloved son of Donald Mathe-
son, Marble Bar, and sincere friend of
MICHAELIS.- On September 23, 1915, killed in
Mother's Letter To Boy In Gaol SUICIDED IN CELL: NO BAIL (Article), Truth (Brisbane, Qld. : 1900 - 1954), Sunday 25 June 1950 [Issue No.2622] page 34 2017-07-07 14:24 laborer, had been 11. days in
: gaol when, on May 5 last, he
hanged ? himself with ropes
? hammocks in their cells, from
. hooks in the walls. He had
':? and a suspended sentence of
: five years' gaol for a similar
?f earlier crime wasnanging over
? A- letter signed 'Mum and
Dad,' and' an envelope ad
said 'the letter, was picked up
from: young ? Thompson's
' Thompson, after police court
proceedings, in which he bad
Thompson's mother had evi
laborer, had been 11 days in
gaol when, on May 5 last, he
hanged himself with ropes
hammocks in their cells, from
hooks in the walls. He had
and a suspended sentence of
five years' gaol for a similar
earlier crime was hanging over
A letter signed "Mum and
Dad," and an envelope ad-
said the letter was picked up
from young Thompson's
Thompson, after police court
proceedings, in which he had
Thompson's mother had evi-
Mother's Letter To Boy In Gaol SUICIDED IN CELL: NO BAIL (Article), Truth (Brisbane, Qld. : 1900 - 1954), Sunday 25 June 1950 [Issue No.2622] page 34 2017-07-07 14:22 .Mothers Letter To Boy In Gaol
NOBAIL
(From 'Truth's' Townsvillp Hm.\
'i TNTERPRETING a letter from his mother
; A as meaning that she could riot raise the -
cash for his bail, and realising that lie faced a long term of imprisonment, 20
year-old John Taylor Thompson outwitted the official system operating at Stew
.. art's Creek Prison, and committed a determined suicide in his cell there.
? . wruie uauii. a patneuc letter saying, 'We have been ®r
~i having a very hard time .... We are trying to sell
; the tractor to raise some money ....'?
.related inifTownsyille Coroner's Court last week to
;. :;!M|£R: J. j.,Hart, S.M., by police witnesses and gaol
:?:'.. officers. '-'? ??' ''''?-..?:. ?.'.'' '??' : -
i Thompson, a Sarina farm
Mothers Letter To Boy In Gaol
NO BAIL
(From "Truth's" Townsville Rep.)
INTERPRETING a letter from his mother
as meaning that she could not raise the
cash for his bail, and realising that he faced a long term of imprisonment, 20
year-old John Taylor Thompson outwitted the official system operating at Stew-
art's Creek Prison, and committed a determined suicide in his cell there.
wrote back a pathetic letter saying, "We have been
having a very hard time .... We are trying to sell
the tractor to raise some money ...."
related in Townsville Coroner's Court last week to
Mr. R. J. J. Hart, S.M., by police witnesses and gaol
officers.
Thompson, a Sarina farm

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