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1 JohnWarren 4,550,788
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,025,058
4 annmanley 2,253,587
5 John.F.Hall 2,251,698
...
595 GaryPresland 56,814
596 Laine 56,443
597 australianfootball.com-SPGE 56,432
598 harzie50 56,419
599 jnc-H 56,173
600 Julanna 56,053

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July 2017 1,229
June 2017 660
May 2017 135
March 2017 8
February 2017 124
January 2017 22
December 2016 48
September 2016 271
July 2016 6
March 2016 139
November 2015 10
September 2015 215
August 2015 31
July 2015 53
May 2015 2
April 2015 78
January 2015 222
December 2014 72
November 2014 12
October 2014 354
September 2014 307
August 2014 287
July 2014 665
June 2014 113
May 2014 85
April 2014 187
March 2014 747
February 2014 160
January 2014 7
December 2013 60
November 2013 2
October 2013 73
April 2013 85
March 2013 13
February 2013 122
January 2013 637
December 2012 82
November 2012 67
October 2012 1,279
September 2012 158
August 2012 191
July 2012 1,012
June 2012 257
May 2012 418
April 2012 3,118
March 2012 4,149
February 2012 827
January 2012 410
December 2011 203
November 2011 166
October 2011 14
September 2011 237
August 2011 98
July 2011 370
June 2011 127
May 2011 708
April 2011 13
March 2011 109
January 2011 2,465
December 2010 2,983
November 2010 1,973
October 2010 543
September 2010 471
August 2010 451
July 2010 716
June 2010 1,820
May 2010 4,929
April 2010 704
March 2010 718
February 2010 1,877
January 2010 1,972
December 2009 2,967
November 2009 3,124
October 2009 1,010
September 2009 452
August 2009 994
July 2009 985
June 2009 349
May 2009 290
April 2009 258
March 2009 5
February 2009 1
January 2009 145
December 2008 1,202
November 2008 1,274
October 2008 487

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,550,757
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,025,058
4 annmanley 2,253,517
5 John.F.Hall 2,251,693
...
594 GaryPresland 56,814
595 Laine 56,443
596 australianfootball.com-SPGE 56,432
597 harzie50 56,416
598 jnc-H 56,173
599 Julanna 55,840

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July 2017 1,229
June 2017 660
May 2017 135
March 2017 8
February 2017 124
January 2017 22
December 2016 45
September 2016 271
July 2016 6
March 2016 139
November 2015 10
September 2015 215
August 2015 31
July 2015 53
May 2015 2
April 2015 78
January 2015 222
December 2014 72
November 2014 12
October 2014 354
September 2014 307
August 2014 287
July 2014 665
June 2014 113
May 2014 85
April 2014 187
March 2014 747
February 2014 160
January 2014 7
December 2013 60
November 2013 2
October 2013 73
April 2013 85
March 2013 13
February 2013 122
January 2013 637
December 2012 82
November 2012 67
October 2012 1,279
September 2012 158
August 2012 191
July 2012 1,012
June 2012 257
May 2012 418
April 2012 3,118
March 2012 4,149
February 2012 827
January 2012 410
December 2011 203
November 2011 166
October 2011 14
September 2011 237
August 2011 98
July 2011 370
June 2011 127
May 2011 708
April 2011 13
March 2011 109
January 2011 2,465
December 2010 2,983
November 2010 1,973
October 2010 543
September 2010 471
August 2010 451
July 2010 716
June 2010 1,820
May 2010 4,929
April 2010 704
March 2010 718
February 2010 1,877
January 2010 1,972
December 2009 2,967
November 2009 3,124
October 2009 1,010
September 2009 452
August 2009 994
July 2009 985
June 2009 349
May 2009 290
April 2009 258
March 2009 5
February 2009 1
January 2009 145
December 2008 1,202
November 2008 1,274
October 2008 487

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,182
2 mickbrook 91,114
3 murds5 54,210
4 PhilThomas 33,402
5 EricTheRed 20,242
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1442 guppyrm 3
1443 gygo3122 3
1444 Haackie 3
1445 harzie50 3
1446 Holographic 3
1447 Horsism 3

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Bacchus Marsh Express (Vic. : 1866 - 1918), Saturday 9 June 1888 [Issue No.1,145] page 2 2017-07-19 00:41 MARRIAGE. FORD—TILLEY.—On 24th May, a the residence of
MARRIAGE. FORD - TILLEY. - On 24th May, a the residence of
Grafton Quarter Sessions. (Article), Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915), Tuesday 4 July 1893 page 4 2017-07-18 00:48 having, nt Ramornie, on 30th April last,
Sleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr.
I'Guren.
Females and Doys were ordered out of
on tile scene, when accused desisted, and
Accused in evidence alleged that tho prose-
After an adjournment of an hour, tho jury
sentenced to 0 months' hard labour in Grafton
having, at Ramornie, on 30th April last,
pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr.
McGuren.
Females and boys were ordered out of
on the scene, when accused desisted, and
Accused in evidence alleged that the prose-
After an adjournment of an hour, the jury
sentenced to 9 months' hard labour in Grafton
GRAFTON POLICE COURT. MONDAY. (Article), Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889), Tuesday 14 November 1871 [Issue No.886] page 2 2017-07-18 00:37 summons, issued at tho instance of tho police, charged
with a breach of the Publicans' Ant. . On the applica-
tion of tho police tho hearing of tho case was remanded
until Friday, when on thc cuse being called on, tho
summons, issued at the instance of the police, charged
with a breach of the Publicans' Act. On the applica-
tion of the police the hearing of the case was remanded
until Friday, when on the case being called on, the
Shipping. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915), Saturday 20 September 1902 page 4 2017-07-18 00:32 conducted the burial service-On 13lh instant,
wife, one brother, three sons, throe daughters, and 39
grandchildren,, many of whom, besides a large con-
Grafton on Sunday last. Thc deceased first settled on
the AVilliams River, and afterwards on the Upper
Clarence and Orara, where he was known ¡is a good
workman, chiclly in thc timber linc, and for his
conducted the burial service - On 13th instant,
wife, one brother, three sons, three daughters, and 39
grandchildren, many of whom, besides a large con-
Grafton on Sunday last. The deceased first settled on
the Williams River, and afterwards on the Upper
Clarence and Orara, where he was known is a good
workman, chiefly in the timber line, and for his
Epitome of News. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Saturday 17 December 1870 page 2 2017-07-18 00:26 A Mrs. Itea and James Winter, for sly grog-selling,
A Mrs. Rea and James Winter, for sly grog-selling,
VISIT TO RAMORNIE MEAT WORKS. (Article), Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889), Tuesday 27 May 1873 [Issue No.959] page 2 2017-07-18 00:20 or a cow's hoad, or any other hoad ; I simply want to i
got to tho head of my Journey, lind to go ahead, which i
I did, hut not down'thc lane, only kept on, nod enter-
ing a slip rail to tho right, rodo up to tho " Bristol i
Arms," from wheoco issued tho portly landlord-Mr.
JAMES WINTEN-smiling as affably, and looking us ,
htippy as if all trussummer with him.
After my horse was looked after the good lady i
brought me lu dinner tn order, and 1 enjoyed that
or a cow's head, or any other road; I simply want to
get to the head of my Journey, and to go ahead, which I
I did, but not down the lane, only kept on, and enter-
ing a slip rail to the right, rode up to the "Bristol
Arms," from whence issued the portly landlord - Mr.
JAMES WINTER - smiling as affably, and looking as
happy as if all was summer with him.
After my horse was looked after the good lady
brought me in dinner in order, and I enjoyed that
THE CHURCHES. BATHURST, Saturday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 15 January 1906 [Issue No.21,173] page 8 2017-07-18 00:14 James Winter, a middle-aged man, while suf-
fering from montai depression committed sui-
The trl-wookly mail service has given much
now to have a mail made up tor tho steamer
sending tho letters to Grafton. Souding
malls by the Cavanba thoy reach Sydney two
daya earlier.
from mental depression committed suicide
The trl-weekly mail service has given much
now to have a mail made up tor the steamer
sending the letters to Grafton. Sending
malls by the Cavanba they reach Sydney two
days earlier.
PERSONAL. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Wednesday 4 February 1925 [Issue No.27452] page 4 2017-07-17 23:58 i Mr. M. Finlayson was admitted to a"
of Mr. James Winter, of Roz.Le. The
late gentleman, xvas well-known, and very
eame to this district und :r contract to the
Kensington Preserving Co., Ranir-riiie. He
of Mr. James Winter, of Rozelle. The
late gentleman, was well-known, and very
came to this district under contract to the
Kensington Preserving Co., Ramornie. He
Shocking Death. A DRU[?]KEN MAN FALLS OVER A CLIFF. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Saturday 29 April 1871 [Issue No.1166] page 3 2017-07-17 23:55 Bull's Head Hotel, Iiamornie, Grafton, before A.
South Grafton, near a swamp, and off tie road.
Witness put him on the rigkt road and saw him. go
on for home. Deceased looked strange, find witness
thought he was suffering; from delirium tremens.
did n»t eee any drink with deceased, hut he appeared
to have a bettle in his shirt bosom. Mrs. Blose came
br, and deceased gave her his purs, to pay for his
tea and breakfast at M'Fetteridere's, in Grafton.
Moat Company's Works at Urara. Deceased was in
werk since the 6th April. On 22nd, the Bamornie,
steamer, arrived at the 'Lower wharf, and witness
proceeded thero with a number of hands to dis
1.39 p.m., and tho steamer pioceeded to tho Upper
wharf. Whan nearing the liret bend of the river,
avoid a ro»k. When close under the south bank
witaeBS called attention to something in the water,
which proved to be the body ,f a man, about two
the cliff to the water the ground falls about oa« foot
in two feet. About midway betvreen the rocks and
tke first'pool of blood thero is a projecting ro,t ,f a
tree, upon which human bsir was feund. Witness
of the cliff, striking his head against the {ctump and
inflicting the wound upon hu head, then (ailing
over to the position where the first posl of bloed
liss. About six feet below this was tho other pool of
blood, and about tweaty feet from the river
there arc slight traces of blood on. the weeds
and vines to the water's edge, and on an ®ld stump
overhanging the river. The water wns calm when
quarter of a mile below the road to h:s home | A
Bull's Head Hotel, Ramornie, Grafton, before A.
South Grafton, near a swamp, and off the road.
Witness put him on the right road and saw him go
on for home. Deceased looked strange and witness
thought he was suffering from delirium tremens.
did not see any drink with deceased, but he appeared
to have a bottle in his shirt bosom. Mrs. Blose came
by, and deceased gave her his purse to pay for his
tea and breakfast at McFetteridge's, in Grafton.
Meat Company's Works at Urara. Deceased was in
work since the 6th April. On 22nd, the Ramornie,
steamer, arrived at the Lower wharf, and witness
proceeded there with a number of hands to dis
1.39 p.m., and the steamer proceeded to the Upper
wharf. When nearing the first bend of the river,
avoid a rock. When close under the south bank
witness called attention to something in the water,
which proved to be the body of a man, about two
the cliff to the water the ground falls about one foot
in two feet. About midway betwreen the rocks and
the first pool of blood there is a projecting root of a
tree, upon which human hair was found. Witness
of the cliff, striking his head against the stump and
inflicting the wound upon hu head, then failing
over to the position where the first pool of blood
lies. About six feet below this was the other pool of
blood, and about twenty feet from the river
there are slight traces of blood on the weeds
and vines to the water's edge, and on an old stump
overhanging the river. The water was calm when
quarter of a mile below the road to his home. A
The Sly-Grog Detective. (Article), The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate (NSW : 1874 - 1880), Wednesday 29 August 1877 [Issue No.13] page 2 2017-07-17 23:49 H'dtaeny-'-'Eater'-on' he -returned with.a
witness y mailed.'/ James '-... Winter:/ and::
purchased twelve quart bottles of.porter
:-.for. lit*..- gare,a;£l : note, got! hia. cbangej /'
and Coining into Grafton laid the informa- .
tjon,:.; Jiii /reply MrvyMtjilliraV mw- '
examination lie knew all ationt the size t_t ?'?
the bottles', had'laid information : hefdrej '-?
tried' tii buy a/single "bdttJe, was really l a ;
AVorktnnn, l.ut/wantcd- to tnnke a lii-Io
represented himself as/a di-teclive,'-but /
"sly grog detective";" this was after:-be',-',
the porter, . The poster was Foltrbperily'; /
" I wnt? r twelve nioiilhs.ago/;by ./?
tbe Licensed, yiettialler?'.Assrejalioir' to
a dozen. Earlier on he returned with a
witness named James Winter and
purchased twelve quart bottles of porter
for 11s., gave a £l note, got his change
and coming into Grafton laid the informa- .
tion. In reply to Mr. Meillon's
examination he knew all ationt the size of
the bottles, had'laid information : before
tried' tii buy a/single "bdttJe, was really l a
AVorktnnn, l.ut/wantcd- to tnnke a little
represented himself as/a di-teclive,'-but
"sly grog detective";" this was after he
the porter, . The poster was sold openly
" I wnt? r twelve months ago by
the Licensed, yiettialler?'.Assrejalioir' to

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