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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,505,304
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,008
3 noelwoodhouse 2,969,941
4 annmanley 2,242,397
5 John.F.Hall 2,198,784
...
181 blaljam 200,159
182 emily.d.ashcope 199,999
183 Peter.Murrell 199,999
184 fourb 199,229
185 AussieSim 199,174
186 ajquinn 197,693

199,229 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 402
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 4,505,273
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,008
3 noelwoodhouse 2,969,941
4 annmanley 2,242,327
5 John.F.Hall 2,198,779
...
180 blaljam 200,139
181 emily.d.ashcope 199,999
182 Peter.Murrell 199,999
183 fourb 199,229
184 AussieSim 199,090
185 ajquinn 197,693

199,229 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 402
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 Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 24 June 1916 [Issue No.19,113] page 7 2017-06-23 10:28 DIXON.— Ou the ,'i'(rd June, at. the Base Hos
A.S.C. Uivbionnl Train, A.I.I'., after a long and
—Inserted by his frieuds, M. anil Olive Wordeu.
DIXON.— On the 23rd June, at the Base Hos-
A.S.C. Divisional Train, A.I.F., after a long and
—Inserted by his friends, M. and Olive Worden.
Death of a Gallant Man. (Article), The North Western Courier (Narrabri, NSW : 1913 - 1955), Monday 19 November 1917 [Issue No.137] page 2 2017-06-20 09:24 uadron for. some time, eventually 'be-
ing klljed as alroady mentlonod.. Ho
was 'tho fifth son of lMr. and . Mrs Dan
ChartorH,' of, Ilill End, Bihjsara. : Tho
'decoasod gallant soidlor was a brothor
of Mr. R. Chartera,- of Kilgowla, andi
Messrs. D.. and P.- 'Charters, of this
town'. ?. .
uadron for some time, eventually be-
ing killed as already mentioned. He
was the fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Charters, of Hill End, Bingara. The
deceased gallant soldier was a brother
of Mr. R. Charters, of Kilgowla, and
Messrs. D. and F. Charters, of this
town.
Death of a Gallant Man. (Article), The North Western Courier (Narrabri, NSW : 1913 - 1955), Monday 19 November 1917 [Issue No.137] page 2 2017-06-20 09:22 Death of a Gallant-Han.
? Trooper B. A, Chartors, :- ^ho has
boon flghtlpg with tho Australian tr-.
bops In Egypt, was killed' in action in
Palostino on Oct 13th.- Ho onllstod
Uireo years ago, but as ho was Buffer
ing from an intornal . complaint, he
was , discharged. Being .successfully
operated upon, ho agoln' 'Jolnod up,'
but being' nttackod with pneumonia,
was again discharged. -{Later hp onco
moro re-enlisted, and as; ho, with^ oth
ers of his troop - wero riding ' to tho
transport to embark, his horso felVro
suiting' iirfila*'rldo^s'lbg being'' broken.
Threo'.raonths bufllced to placo blm-on
his ff^ again,' and hp reK3nlIstod.,for
the laatr tlmo. sailing' as rolnforco-.
monU.br -the, 12th -Light- Horsb. He.
arrlvodi'safoly* In Egypt, and fought In
Uiat plpcb and PalOBtinP' with his sq
Death of a Gallant Man.
Trooper B. A. Charters, who has
been fighting with the Australian tr-
oops in Egypt, was killed in action in
Palestine on Oct 13th. He enlisted
three years ago, but as he was suffer-
ing from an internal complaint, he
was discharged. Being successfully
operated upon, he again joined up,
but being attacked with pneumonia,
was again discharged. Later he once
more re-enlisted, and as he, with oth-
ers of his troop, were riding to the
transport to embark, his horse fell, re-
sulting in his rider's leg being broken.
Three months sufficed to place him on
his feet again, and he re-enlisted for
the last time, sailing as reinforce-
ments of the 13th Light Horse. He
arrived early in Egypt, and fought in
that place and Palestine with his sq-
THE WAR TUMULT IN SWEDEN NOT ENOUGH BREAD. SOLDIERS JOIN STRIKERS. STOCKHOLM. April 23. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 24 April 1917 [Issue No.18,261] page 8 2017-06-19 08:36 *i\T
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tr*r U it»/
ï IN SWEDEN
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KKH'/'ENOIiGH 'BREAD,
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IpS JOIN STRIKERS.
^f. ^ - *_TOCKHOIiM, April 23
^^^h^ypfl^^^etTfipn {of '29,000
l^aqcvñ 'ouíi-íde the Parbamenfe House iii
^ttf-JMbn, on S_vUnN#>J'i -The Premier
THE WAR
TUMULT IN SWEDEN

NOT ENOUGH BREAD,

SOLDIERS JOIN STRIKERS.
STOCKHOLM, April 23
There was a demonstration of 20,000
workers outside the Parliament House in
Stockholm on Saturday. The Premier
PERSONAL. (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Saturday 1 December 1917 [Issue No.1552] page 3 2017-06-19 08:29 Word has been received by Mr. and •
Mrs. R. Duff, of Dragon-street, War- ,
wick,, of the sad news from
the Base Records Ofiioe, of the death of ; .
their only son, Private Robert Duff, •
■which occurred in action in France on l
'November 3. Px*ivnte Duff was among .
thoso who enlisted early in the-war, .
und was through the Gallipoli campaign,
jjefore going to Prance. r .
Word has been received by Mr. and
Mrs. R. Duff, of Dragon-street, War-
wick, of the sad news from
the Base Records Office, of the death of
their only son, Private Robert Duff,
which occurred in action in France on
November 5. Private Duff was among
those who enlisted early in the-war,
and was through the Gallipoli campaign,
before going to France.
DEATH OF MR. ROY RICHARDS. (Article), The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1917), Friday 8 December 1916 [Issue No.1582] page 10 2017-06-16 13:22 .Mr. W. K. Richards, managim' director
of Hill, (.'lurk, and (!o., Ltd., has been ad
vised by cable of tlio deatli ol" his youngest
son, Hoy, in Kugland, on the -litli Novem
was to the efleet, that it was not serious,
hut. a further intimation from the military
in chest," and apparently 'pneumonia super
vened after his arrival at hos])ital in Eng
Hoy,- who was the first of Mr. Kichards'
four sons to enlist, was the only one con
Mr. W. E. Richards, managing director
of Hill, Clark, and Co., Ltd., has been ad-
vised by cable of the death of his youngest
son, Roy, in England, on the 26th Novem-
was to the effect that it was not serious,
but, a further intimation from the military
in chest," and apparently pneumonia super-
vened after his arrival at hospital in Eng-
Roy, who was the first of Mr. Richards'
four sons to enlist, was the only one con-
Corporal Roy Richards. DIED OF WOUNDS. (Article), The Sydney Stock and Station Journal (NSW : 1896 - 1924), Friday 8 December 1916 [Issue No.69] page 6 2017-06-16 13:13 Gorporal Roy Richards.
?« Mr. '*V. E. Richards, Managing Dir
ector of Hill, Clark and Co.. Ltd., has
been advised l-y cable ot the death of
liis youngest son. Rot, i:i England, on
tho 26th 'November. The hi st news of
hiB being wounded said that it was not
the military udviseel 'Dangerously ill.
'gunshot wound in chest,' -a ml appar
ently pneumonia ^up'-i vened after hU
l'oy. who was the fii £t of Mr. llich
aids, iour sons to enlist, was the only j
he was universally popular. Oi a cheer- !
fill, bright disposition, he made many
and his loss is deeply regretted by all.
to enlist nearly two years ago. being
attached to the' 19th Battalion Machine
ut Sulva Bay, moving across to link up
with the latter, ana subsequently he
was chiefly at 'Quinn's Post,' and
'Cameron's,' remaining on the Penin
Australian Machine Gun Section, be
ing in action at Armantiers and Poz
one of three left out of. the original
and only furlough was for eight day? j
was evident that he was wounded soon !
?was in a position of great trust in the
cheerful und full of hope, and he was'
very proud, not only of being an 'An-
zac,' but 'Poziers-Anzac/' which is a
mourned by nil with whom he was
Corporal Roy Richards.
Mr. W. E. Richards, Managing Dir-
ector of Hill, Clark and Co., Ltd., has
been advised by cable of the death of
his youngest son, Roy, in England, on
the 26th November. The first news of
his being wounded said that it was not
the military advised "Dangerously ill.
gunshot wound in chest," and appar-
ently pneumonia supervened after his
Roy, who was the first of Mr. Rich-
ards four sons to enlist, was the only
he was universally popular. Of a cheer-
full, bright disposition, he made many
and his loss is deeply regretted by all,
to enlist nearly two years ago, being
attached to the 19th Battalion Machine
at Sulva Bay, moving across to link up
with the latter, and subsequently he
was chiefly at "Quinn's Post," and
"Cameron's," remaining on the Penin-
Australian Machine Gun Section, be-
ing in action at Armantiers and Poz-
one of three left out of the original
and only furlough was for eight days
was evident that he was wounded soon
was in a position of great trust in the
cheerful and full of hope, and he was
very proud, not only of being an "An-
zac," but "Poziers-Anzac" which is a
mourned by all with whom he was
Sergeant S. J. Smith. (Article), Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907), Saturday 2 November 1901 [Issue No.1656] page 40 2017-06-16 11:43 , . Sergeant S. J. Smith.
' Who dièd from wcunds at Leeuwkop, South
Africa, on October 12. He was a native "of
Orange, N.S.W., where his father is -Mayor.''.
Sergeant S. J. Smith.
Who died from wounds at Leeuwkop, South
Africa, on October 12. He was a native of
Orange, N.S.W., where his father is Mayor.
THE WEEK'S NEWS IN BRIEF. QUEENSLAND. (Article), The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934), Friday 19 September 1919 [Issue No.2,282] page 23 2017-06-15 16:26 • Alfred A. Murray, on remand from the
. previous dav, charged wilh ^ having
bigamouslv married Mav. Victoria Ed
C.P.M. (Mr. II. L. Arclidall), in the City
Polire Court on Friday. Evidence was
Alfred A. Murray, on remand from the
previous dav, charged with having
bigamously married May Victoria Ed-
C.P.M. (Mr. H. L. Archdall), in the City
Police Court on Friday. Evidence was
CHARGE OF B[?]GAMY. (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Thursday 2 October 1919 [Issue No.2111] page 5 2017-06-15 16:25 cident, and remanded prianner for sen- !
. '• , ... • /(
cident, and remanded prisoner for sen-
tence.

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