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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,462,877
2 NeilHamilton 3,065,446
3 noelwoodhouse 2,925,885
4 annmanley 2,239,376
5 John.F.Hall 2,153,412
...
1094 GJewiss 26,107
1095 Carellbell 26,104
1096 robyn.fisher 26,091
1097 jlally 26,083
1098 shass 26,044
1099 Armadale20 25,987

26,083 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 2,304
April 2017 3,036
March 2017 3,818
February 2017 2,675
January 2017 3,455
December 2016 1,944
November 2016 796
September 2016 382
August 2016 466
June 2016 47
May 2016 970
October 2015 89
May 2015 93
April 2015 20
February 2015 4
January 2015 42
December 2014 24
November 2014 124
June 2014 88
December 2013 541
June 2013 313
April 2013 46
February 2013 125
August 2012 285
January 2012 192
July 2010 318
June 2010 649
May 2010 601
April 2010 90
March 2010 366
October 2009 1,305
July 2009 181
June 2009 380
April 2009 314

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,462,846
2 NeilHamilton 3,065,446
3 noelwoodhouse 2,925,885
4 annmanley 2,239,306
5 John.F.Hall 2,153,407
...
1094 robyn.fisher 26,090
1095 shass 26,044
1096 Armadale20 25,987
1097 jlally 25,984
1098 Jill 25,923
1099 Bluepetal 25,915

25,984 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 2,300
April 2017 3,035
March 2017 3,818
February 2017 2,665
January 2017 3,371
December 2016 1,944
November 2016 796
September 2016 382
August 2016 466
June 2016 47
May 2016 970
October 2015 89
May 2015 93
April 2015 20
February 2015 4
January 2015 42
December 2014 24
November 2014 124
June 2014 88
December 2013 541
June 2013 313
April 2013 46
February 2013 125
August 2012 285
January 2012 192
July 2010 318
June 2010 649
May 2010 601
April 2010 90
March 2010 366
October 2009 1,305
July 2009 181
June 2009 380
April 2009 314

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 84,294
2 mickbrook 82,670
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,501
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
158 juleslaurent 104
159 LesleyJane 103
160 PeterR 103
161 jlally 99
162 alaneade 97
163 GeoffreyEFoley 97

99 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 4
April 2017 1
February 2017 10
January 2017 84


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LOCAL AND GENERAL TROUT SEASON CLOSING. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 26 March 1929 page 4 2017-05-20 22:50 over £200 is already in hand. f
The living-picture is our Idea of a
study of the character and- mood of
them. Tf this is your Idea of a por
Make au appointment to-day. 'Phone
89—Solomons* Studios.
over £200 is already in hand.
The living-picture is our idea of a
study of the character and mood of
them. If this is your idea of a por
Make an appointment to-day. Phone
89—Solomons' Studios.
LOCAL AND GENERAL TROUT SEASON CLOSING. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 26 March 1929 page 4 2017-05-20 22:48 Deposits during February In various
tralia again showed a substantial in 1
92s,097, and withdrawals made to -
talled £11,140,800, leaving a* balance
of £787,2% of deposits. Total bal
ary 23. was £169.023.043. ' '
IN MEMORY OF MATRON UMR, :
Members of the Goulburn / District
■Hospital and honorary meiliSal staffs
have paid a fine tribute to the memory ;
of the late Matron Ubr, matron from
stalling an artistic eight-day grand- •
the mechanism being encased in an j
exquisite frame of fumed oak. Mat- ]
roil Uhr is well-known in Armidale,
for some time. i
The financial statement presented to ;
a meeting of. Armidale War Service j
ber 30 (end of the financial year) 1
A donation of £300 was received from j
capital of the fund stood at £2783/10/,,
WHERE TO I
Mr. Hugh "<aujCrea, in 'Sporting and
Dramatic News,* tells the following
riage, tie was" asked to show his
all right," answered? 'Dr. < Shields, bur
to' know where L am goina."
Deposits during February in various
tralia again showed a substantial in
928,097, and withdrawals made to-
talled £11,140,800, leaving a balance
of £787,296 of deposits. Total bal
ary 23. was £169.023.043.
IN MEMORY OF MATRON UHR.
Members of the Goulburn District
Hospital and honorary medical staffs
have paid a fine tribute to the memory
of the late Matron Uhr, matron from
stalling an artistic eight-day grand-
the mechanism being encased in an
exquisite frame of fumed oak. Mat-
ron Uhr is well-known in Armidale,
for some time.
The financial statement presented to
a meeting of Armidale War Service
ber 30 (end of the financial year)
A donation of £300 was received from
capital of the fund stood at £2783/10/,
WHERE TO!
Mr. Hugh McCrea, in 'Sporting and
Dramatic News,' tells the following
riage, he was asked to show his
all right," answered Dr. Shields, bur
to know where I am going."
LOCAL AND GENERAL TROUT SEASON CLOSING. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 26 March 1929 page 4 2017-05-20 22:44 ber of the. employees of South Mait
land' Railways expired on Saturday.
About SO men in all branches of the
action was taken owing to 'slackness
the mines:
I Frank Reynolds (the young Newcastle
boxer who -is conducting physical cul
tried to extract an. unexploded shell
rrom a rifle. Howeve^,. it went off,
the bullet lodging in Reynolds* foot.
ber of the employees of South Mait
land Railways expired on Saturday.
About 80 men in all branches of the
action was taken owing to slackness
the mines.
Frank Reynolds (the young Newcastle
boxer who is conducting physical cul
tried to extract an unexploded shell
rrom a rifle. However, it went off,
the bullet lodging in Reynolds' foot.
LOCAL AND GENERAL TROUT SEASON CLOSING. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 26 March 1929 page 4 2017-05-20 22:42 When sheslipped at her home, "Sau
While playing in a yard at- Hill
grove, Miss "Maggie TSngiisfefeiL and*!
broke Jtier arin. Nurse Gamble applied
first aid prior to the arrival of the ;
District Ambulance. j
THE KING'S WEIGHT. !
that the King, when in full health, ;
weighed 9sL 71b. At one time during
his illness he was reduced to fist. 71b.,
| hence his extreme weakness.
The Armidale stores will be closing'
will he Thursday, when the stores
• BITTEN BY SNAKE.
Tuesday last. He was eugaged ia bush
work on :t property at The Jhnch, when
he Irod on, and was bitten by a black
taken toirGuyra lor further treatment,
which ^proved, successful, and Mr..
Barry is now put of danger.
When she slipped at her home, "Sau
While playing in a yard at Hill
grove, Miss Maggie English fell and
broke her arm.. Nurse Gamble applied
first aid prior to the arrival of the
District Ambulance.
THE KING'S WEIGHT.
that the King, when in full health,
weighed 9st. 7lb. At one time during
his illness he was reduced to 6st. 7lb.,
hence his extreme weakness.
The Armidale stores will be closing
will be Thursday, when the stores
BITTEN BY SNAKE.
Tuesday last. He was engaged in bush
work on a property at The Pinch, when
he trod on, and was bitten by a black
taken to Guyra lor further treatment,
which proved, successful, and Mr.
Barry is now out of danger.
PERSONAL (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 11 March 1938 [Issue No.1218] page 4 2017-05-20 22:38 *-»■' Mr. -Guy Moyes is at present in Ar
? _ Miss Helen Forsyth is* spending a
Mr. K. C. 'Forsyth has returned)
Port Maequarie. |
land towards the end Of April on a
,#tree weeks' holiday at Port Mac
left to-day for Bonshaw
tralian Army. He'will attend a parade
borhers [brothers], and Miss May Hillard (Syd
ney.
Mr. Guy Moyes is at present in Ar
Miss Helen Forsyth is spending a
Mr. K. C. Forsyth has returned
Port Maequarie.
land towards the end of April on a
three weeks' holiday at Port Mac
left to-day for Bonshaw,
tralian Army. He will attend a parade
borthers [brothers], and Miss May Hillard (Syd
ney, a sister.
PERSONAL (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 11 March 1938 [Issue No.1218] page 4 2017-05-20 22:34 Rev. W. J. Pritchard, is visiting Ten-i
terfield and Emmaville. i
ifor an m.A. examination.
'"©umaresq Shire Council, is on sick
leave. He is at present at Sawlell.
last
"Mrs. Dent, of Warwick, is in Armi
&
.Miss p. Finlayson, of Linden Hall,
greatly Improved and expects to re
Mr- Ian Hardy, engineer of the
ey Shire, has been appointed to a
^similar position with the Bannockburn
[ Shire. Mr. Hardy is an ex-student of
,#tree weeks' .holiday at Port Mae
Mrs. Arnold W. Forsyth, of Wet
with Mrs. Forsyth's parents, Mr. ant
JMrs. Frank Nott. The baby was Chris
led, Robert Stewart, this morning
ag to note that the baptismal rob<
; been in the Nott family foj
jht Rev. the Bishop of Ar
i formerly of Armidale, who has been
j staying with Archdeacon and Mrs.
' Forster, is now at Saumarez with Miss
] arrived in Armidale this afternooni
j accompanied by Major P. S. McGrath,:
i commanding officer of the 33rd Bat-!
jtalion (New England Regiment). Col.
i Deakin belongs to the Indian Army,
. j and is on exchange duty with the Aus
' \ tralian Army. He'will attend a parade
Jof the local detachment of the 33rd
; j Battalion this evening, and will leave
; . operation for appendicitis. Deceased,
1 ■ who was 30 years of age, was well
- j known in Armidale. After attending
children. Messrs. Beg and Erie (Armi
and George JJjJlard (Sydney) are
.fcorthers, and Miss May Hillard (Syd
/Tiey)' afT
Rev. W. J. Pritchard, is visiting Ten-
terfield and Emmaville.
for an M.A. examination.
Dumaresq Shire Council, is on sick
leave. He is at present at Sawtell.
last.
Mrs. Dent, of Warwick, is in Armi

Miss P. Finlayson, of Linden Hall,
is greatly improved and expects to re
Mr. Ian Hardy, engineer of the
Aspley Shire, has been appointed to a
similar position with the Bannockburn
Shire. Mr. Hardy is an ex-student of
,#tree weeks' holiday at Port Mac
Mrs. Arnold W. Forsyth, of Wee
with Mrs. Forsyth's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Nott. The baby was chris
tended, Robert Stewart, this morning
testing to note that the baptismal robe
has been in the Nott family for
[indecipherable] Right Rev. the Bishop of Ar
formerly of Armidale, who has been
staying with Archdeacon and Mrs.
Forster, is now at Saumarez with Miss
arrived in Armidale this afternooni
accompanied by Major P. S. McGrath,
commanding officer of the 33rd Bat-
talion (New England Regiment). Col.
Deakin belongs to the Indian Army,
and is on exchange duty with the Aus
tralian Army. He'will attend a parade
of the local detachment of the 33rd
Battalion this evening, and will leave
operation for appendicitis. Deceased,
who was 30 years of age, was well
known in Armidale. After attending
children. Messrs. Reg and Eric (Armi
and George Hillard (Sydney) are
borhers [brothers], and Miss May Hillard (Syd
ney.
Personalities (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 24 June 1948 page 5 2017-05-20 22:25 tiell, P.P., V.F., Dubbo, is being
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. TilbroOk, of
* * ♦
The death occurred1 on June
? *
Members of the C.W.A._ will
eldest sqii of Mr. and' Mrs. H.
Mt. Hope. . : .
* * * ? -;
Dubbo recently, was . a pro
nounced success. . Mr. Slade,
weeks, has been discharged gnd
stricken areas. The need is ur-.
nell, P.P., V.F., Dubbo, is being
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Tilbrook, of
The death occurred on June
Members of the C.W.A. will
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mt. Hope.
Dubbo recently, was a pro
nounced success. Mr. Slade,
weeks, has been discharged and
stricken areas. The need is ur-
Personalities (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 24 June 1948 page 5 2017-05-20 22:22 Mrs. R. Porter, of ^Gisborne
Lane, who had been an inmate of
* . * ♦'
. Mrs. Les Lay, of Montefiore-st.,
returned home last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hobbs, of.
little daughters. '
-{- * *
The Red Cross Day stall, ? con
ducted last Friday arid Saturday
result. This1 included £28/10/
from th£ sale of Red Cross but
Mrs. G. P. Wall. '
- * # '
Mrs. R. Porter, of Gisborne
Lane, who had been an inmate of
Mrs. Les Lay, of Montefiore-st.,
returned home last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hobbs, of
little daughters.
The Red Cross Day stall, con
ducted last Friday and Saturday
result. This included £28/10/
from the sale of Red Cross but
Mrs. G. P. Wall.
Personalities (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 24 June 1948 page 5 2017-05-20 22:20 opening. The debutantes .were
presented to Mrs. Slade, . who
Gordon Jones and ..Don
June Edgley and Marjo'rie
' * *
Mr.- R. E. Brown, formerly of
the Inverell branch, : has been
in the Royal Hotel, Building,'
Percy Street. Mr. N. Ennis, for-'
?merly of Muswellbrook, is the ac
countant-teller and ' the .- other
.officer 'is Mr. J. Smith, who comes
from Orange.
* * * '?
opening. The debutantes were
presented to Mrs. Slade, who
Gordon Jones and Don
June Edgley and Marjorie
Mr. R. E. Brown, formerly of
the Inverell branch, has been
in the Royal Hotel, Building,
Percy Street. Mr. N. Ennis, for-
merly of Muswellbrook, is the ac
countant-teller and the other
officer is Mr. J. Smith, who comes
from Orange.
Personalities (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 24 June 1948 page 5 2017-05-20 22:19 legation. of Australians which at
time, but her death in the. Scot-
tish Hospital came- as. 'a' great
shock to, the' executive of;. the
C:W.A. Miss White was, „a mem
ber of the Executive of.- the As
sociation from 1940 .to .1947, and
had for four years heeh- a .State
Vice-President.' 'Her many gen
erous gifts to the C.W.A., had al
ways been made on the., condition
will be deeply 'felt by the associa
tion. ' ?
?* * * \
legation of Australians which at
time, but her death in the Scot-
tish Hospital came as a great
shock to the executive of the
C:W.A. Miss White was a mem
ber of the Executive of the As
sociation from 1940 to 1947, and
had for four years been a State
Vice-President. Her many gen
erous gifts to the C.W.A. had al
ways been made on the condition
will be deeply felt by the associa
tion.

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