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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,640,878
2 noelwoodhouse 3,143,890
3 NeilHamilton 3,135,050
4 John.F.Hall 2,365,566
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
676 grantandretriffett 49,463
677 LLBC 49,156
678 Ozrod58 49,155
679 littleros 49,059
680 jmitchell58 49,051
681 taxisue 48,999

49,059 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2017 2,274
August 2017 2,858
July 2017 2,612
June 2017 3,393
May 2017 3,627
April 2017 3,323
March 2017 2,056
February 2017 987
January 2017 1,065
February 2016 156
January 2016 41
July 2015 568
June 2015 146
May 2015 484
April 2015 1,464
February 2015 43
December 2014 6
November 2014 326
June 2014 5
May 2014 1,193
April 2014 1,398
March 2014 1,186
February 2014 1,825
January 2014 2,124
December 2013 1,209
November 2013 519
October 2013 2,288
September 2013 1,917
August 2013 4,660
July 2013 2,927
March 2013 109
February 2013 117
December 2011 414
October 2011 91
August 2011 5
July 2011 1,643

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,640,825
2 noelwoodhouse 3,143,890
3 NeilHamilton 3,135,050
4 John.F.Hall 2,365,561
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
675 grantandretriffett 49,463
676 Ozrod58 49,155
677 LLBC 49,132
678 littleros 49,059
679 jmitchell58 49,051
680 taxisue 48,994

49,059 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2017 2,274
August 2017 2,858
July 2017 2,612
June 2017 3,393
May 2017 3,627
April 2017 3,323
March 2017 2,056
February 2017 987
January 2017 1,065
February 2016 156
January 2016 41
July 2015 568
June 2015 146
May 2015 484
April 2015 1,464
February 2015 43
December 2014 6
November 2014 326
June 2014 5
May 2014 1,193
April 2014 1,398
March 2014 1,186
February 2014 1,825
January 2014 2,124
December 2013 1,209
November 2013 519
October 2013 2,288
September 2013 1,917
August 2013 4,660
July 2013 2,927
March 2013 109
February 2013 117
December 2011 414
October 2011 91
August 2011 5
July 2011 1,643

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, MAY 10. (Article), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 14:20 beuteb's telegrams
London, May 10.
Fifty- six mail bags have been recovered fxop.^.
the wreck of the Schiller. MF*
The passengers were mostly Germans, andit
May 11.
Hon._ R. Bourke, one of the Under-SecretarieB for
. May 15.
maintaining peace, to which a friendlysand satis
The copper market is depressed, with few trans
Pabis, May 15.
The National Assembly has suspended the com
Deniliqcin. — The Deniliquin and Moama Rail
money, which has been ab.out equally raised be
are New South Welshmen, but the Victorian co
lonistB have the greatest number of shares. The
been conditionally ordered by last mail for Eng
The gauge, until the Sydney Southern line is ex
the Company, under the Act, will alter the guage
two years, and the Company expect to have their --'
railway bridge, tenders will forthwith be invited '
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS
LONDON, MAY 10.
Fifty- six mail bags have been recovered from
the wreck of the Schiller.
The passengers were mostly Germans, and it
MAY 11.
Hon. R. Bourke, one of the Under-Secretaries for
MAY 15.
maintaining peace, to which a friendly and satis-
The copper market is depressed, with few trans-
PARIS, MAY 15.
The National Assembly has suspended the com-
DENILIQUIN. — The Deniliquin and Moama Rail-
money, which has been about equally raised be-
are New South Welshmen, but the Victorian co-
lonists have the greatest number of shares. The
been conditionally ordered by last mail for Eng-
The gauge, until the Sydney Southern line is ex-
the Company, under the Act, will alter the gauge
two years, and the Company expect to have their
railway bridge, tenders will forthwith be invited
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG. On Monday, 7th June. COUNTRY LOTS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 14:10 On Monday, 1th June.
COUNTBY LOTS.
Wombat, adjoining1 the eastern boundary of Win.
On Monday, 7th June.
COUNTRY LOTS.
Wombat, adjoining the eastern boundary of Wm.
AT THE POLICE OFFICE YASS. On Friday, 11th June. COUNTRY LOTS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 14:08 AT THEJROLICE OFFICE YASS.
On -Friday. 11th June.
O0UNTBY LOTS.
AT THE POLICE OFFICE YASS.
On Friday, 11th June.
O0UNTRY LOTS.
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Friday, 11th June. (Article), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 14:06 COUNTRY HOTS.
conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 107. Exclu
sively of a road-1 chain wide. . - - ? '
Lot B, 47 acfes'xounty of King, parish of
Ware, adjoining tie southern boundary of J.
? Upset price, £1 per acre.
COUNTRY LOTS.
conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 107. Exclu-
sively of a road-1 chain wide.
Lot B, 47 acres, county of King, parish of
Ware, adjoining the southern boundary of J.
Upset price, £1 per acre.
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES MONDAY, MAY 17. (Article), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 14:04 only be effectually prevented by the use of affi
davits — such as he desired to propose for adop
in support , of his view. Declarations, he was
Borry to say, were not looked upon as binding.
Mr. Farnell addressed the committee, contrast
ing the declarations proposed to be made 'under
indeed any clauBe which would tend to check
Mr. Fitepatrick said the best check to dummy
in which person's names wcra used without their
grave abuBe. Parties inclined to commit fraud
would not trust each other to make these declara
' besides being liable to conviction aud punish
The clause as'amended was agreed to.
conditional purchaser, for occupation after his pur
to two months ; but Mr. Montague, and Mr. Ben
allowed was 'three months ;' which was accord
ingly inserted in the clause. After som6 verbal
Act The provision had very seldom been acted
_ Mr. Abbott thought it should be especially pro
After a few words from Mr. W. Foreter,
_ It was resolved by the committee that the pro
vision in the claiisB for arbitration of disputes
Mr. Garrett opposed the amendment It was
not desirable thus to seek to withdraw the Govern
by the member for Tenterfield. i
The Bishop of Goclbdbn and his Bbotheii. —
Bishop of Goulburn. The fqllowing has been
paragraph appeared in the Pastoral Times, charg
eliciting sympathy and assistance for the sufferer, i
At the time the paragraph appeared, the story was '
his character. Since then the Bisiiop has been
communicated with, and it now appears, on the ?
brother's illness, - although he was laid up at
leaving Melbourne, though the brother was per
from the Bishop neglecting his brother, he. has
purpose of helping him. Continually have '
cheques for £20 and £30 been sent from Goul
?Express.
Victobia. — The agricultural statistics are pub
produce of wheat per acre was over 14J bushels,
and of oats, 18£ buBheh.— Herald's Telegram.
We (Gundagai Times) uudcrstand that during
only be effectually prevented by the use of affi-
davits — such as he desired to propose for adop-
in support of his view. Declarations, he was
sorry to say, were not looked upon as binding.
Mr. Farnell addressed the committee, contrast-
ing the declarations proposed to be made under
indeed any clause which would tend to check
Mr. Fitzpatrick said the best check to dummy-
in which person's names were used without their
grave abuse. Parties inclined to commit fraud
would not trust each other to make these declara-
11.
' besides being liable to conviction aud punish-
The clause as amended was agreed to.
conditional purchaser, for occupation after his pur-
to two months ; but Mr. Montague, and Mr. Ben-
allowed was 'three months ;' which was accord-
ingly inserted in the clause. After some verbal
Act. The provision had very seldom been acted
Mr. Abbott thought it should be especially pro-
After a few words from Mr. W. Forster,
It was resolved by the committee that the pro-
vision in the clause for arbitration of disputes
Mr. Garrett opposed the amendment. It was
not desirable thus to seek to withdraw the Govern-
by the member for Tenterfield.
THE BISHOP OF GOULBURN AND HIS BROTHER. —
Bishop of Goulburn. The following has been
paragraph appeared in the Pastoral Times, charg-
eliciting sympathy and assistance for the sufferer.
At the time the paragraph appeared, the story was
his character. Since then the Bishop has been
communicated with, and it now appears, on the
brother's illness, although he was laid up at
leaving Melbourne, though the brother was per-
from the Bishop neglecting his brother, he has
purpose of helping him. Continually have
cheques for £20 and £30 been sent from Goul-
Express.
VICTORIA. — The agricultural statistics are pub-
produce of wheat per acre was over 14½ bushels,
and of oats, 18½ bushels.— Herald's Telegram.
We (Gundagai Times) understand that during
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES MONDAY, MAY 17. (Article), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 13:52 PARLIAMENT OF^NEW SOUTH WALES
Monday. May 17.
In the Legislative Assembly, —
for the ' conditional purchaser to make declara
Mr. Fitzpatrick and Mr. T. G. Dangar, con
18G1, but under this proposed enactment.
Mr. S. C. Brown opposed the clause as useless.,
Mr. Garrett explained that the clause was prin
cipally directed against ' dummyiBm,' and would
deter many from -such a practice. Dummyism,
free-Belectors, rather than to effect any bona fide
would be impossible to prove that a man declar
Mr. Macintosh did not think much of decla
declarations. They were both impolitic and de
Mr. Lucas said tthat this bill would be abso
Mr. Hay doubted if dummyism could be effec
often ineffective,, but then the whole system
under the old Act had been to proceed upon de
clarations. All- that was now proposed was to
Mr. Robertson supported the clause as abso
lutely necessary to put 'down such bargains as
enable persons' to take up land for others. . If
been conditionally purchased by the loafer. .
clause would make the bill the laughing-Btock of
affected the perspn who allowed himself to be
affect the wealthy, instigator of the fraud whom
bargains, but doubted whether any- declarations
think the omission of this clause would iniure
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES
MONDAY. MAY 17.
IN the Legislative Assembly, —
for the ' conditional purchaser to make declara-
Mr. Fitzpatrick and Mr. T. G. Dangar, con-
1861, but under this proposed enactment.
Mr. S. C. Brown opposed the clause as useless.
Mr. Garrett explained that the clause was prin-
cipally directed against ' dummyism,' and would
deter many from such a practice. Dummyism,
free-selectors, rather than to effect any bona fide
would be impossible to prove that a man declar-
Mr. Macintosh did not think much of decla-
declarations. They were both impolitic and de-
Mr. Lucas said tthat this bill would be abso-
Mr. Hay doubted if dummyism could be effec-
often ineffective, but then the whole system
under the old Act had been to proceed upon de-
clarations. All that was now proposed was to
Mr. Robertson supported the clause as abso-
lutely necessary to put down such bargains as
enable persons to take up land for others. If
been conditionally purchased by the loafer.
clause would make the bill the laughing-stock of
affected the person who allowed himself to be
affect the wealthy instigator of the fraud whom
bargains, but doubted whether any declarations
think the omission of this clause would injure
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, MAY 16. (Before P. H. Scott and George Eason, Esgs.) (Article), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 13:43 « Satobday, Mat 15.
(Before P. H. Scott and Georce Eason. Esas.^
John Murray, who' had been taken into custody
SATURDAY, MAY 15.
(Before P. H. Scott and George Eason, Esqs.
John Murray, who had been taken into custody
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 13:42 trespass, £200. Mr. H. U. Donovan for1
6. — Thomas Cummins y. William F. Ewington.
7. — Michael Corcoran v. Margaret Minehan ; slan
Conditional Pubchases Bubhowa District.—
Owen Riley, two lots of 120 and 100 acres, res
respectively. Parish of Gooramma — Jas. Hugh
ston, jnn., two lots of 40 acres each ; William C.
Hughston, two lots of GO acres each. Parish of
of GeguIJalong— Malachi Dwyer, 40 acres ; Joseph
Transfer or Publican's License.— At a Special
Licensing Meeting heeld at the Court-house,
New P06T Office.— The residents in the neigh
bourhood of Frogmore will bo glad to obtain the
Sir. Deer has been appointed Postmaster. The
trespass, £200. Mr. H. G. Donovan for
6. — Thomas Cummins v. William F. Ewington.
7. — Michael Corcoran v. Margaret Minehan ; slan-
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES BURROWA DISTRICT.—
Owen Riley, two lots of 120 and 100 acres, res-
respectively. Parish of Gooramma — Jas. Hugh-
ston, jun., two lots of 40 acres each ; William C.
Hughston, two lots of 60 acres each. Parish of
of GeguIlalong— Malachi Dwyer, 40 acres ; Joseph
TRANSFER OF PUBLICAN'S LICENSE.— At a Special
Licensing Meeting held at the Court-house,
NEW POST OFFICE.— The residents in the neigh-
bourhood of Frogmore will be glad to obtain the
Mr. Deer has been appointed Postmaster. The
Latest Intelligence. (Article), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 13:33 Stalest Intellkence.
(Pbom Messes. Gobdon and Gotch.)
[by eleotrio telegraph.]
SYDNEY -May 21, 5-40 p.m.
In the Legislative Assembly, —
aereed to. ?'-- '
The House adjournes to-night until Tues
The Fat Cattle market is moderately sup
plied. Best bullocks are worth £9 2s. Gd. to
Best Wethers are quoted at from 18s. 6d.
A verdict of wilful murder has been re
Lalest Intelligence.
(FROM MESSRS. GORDON AND GOTCH.)
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]
SYDNEY—MAY 21, 5·40 P.M.
IN the Legislative Assembly, —
agreed to.
The House adjournes to-night until Tues-
The Fat Cattle market is moderately sup-
plied. Best bullocks are worth £9 2s. 6d. to
Best Wethers are quoted at from 13s. 6d.
A verdict of wilful murder has been re-
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter—May 28th—at 4.35 p.m. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 - 1951), Saturday 22 May 1875 [Issue No.51] page 2 2017-09-19 13:28 Moon's last quarter — May 28th — at 4-35 p.m.
I % 1 |
?g 'o Remarkable Events. * ™
.£? $ en CQ
P P
H. K. H. M.
23 fll Trinity Sunday. 6 51 5 1
24 M Queen Victoria born, 1819 6 52 5 0
25 Tu Princess Helena born, 1846 6 52 5 0
26 W Sydney lighted with gas, 1844 6 53 4 59
27 Tli [1815 6 544 59
28 F 1st steam-engine in Sydney, 6 55 4 58
29 S 6 55 4 58
SATUEDAY, MAY 22nd, 1875.
Moon's last quarter — May 28th — at 4·35 p.m.
Day of month.
Day of week.
REMARKABLE EVENTS.
Sun rises.
Sun sets.
H. M. | H. M.
23 | S | Trinity Sunday. | 6 51 | 5 1
24 | M | Queen Victoria born, 1819 | 6 52 | 5 0
25 | Tu | Princess Helena born, 1846 | 6 52 | 5 0
26 | W | Sydney lighted with gas, 1844 | 6 53 | 4 59
27 | Tu | [1815 | 6 54 | 4 59
28 | F | 1st steam-engine in Sydney, | 6 55 | 4 58
29 | S | 6 55 | 4 58
The Burrowa News
SATURDAY, MAY 22ND, 1875.

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