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1363 JennyRavo 19,691
1364 KarleneMatthews 19,690
1365 mdimech 19,662
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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,504,413
2 NeilHamilton 3,077,652
3 noelwoodhouse 2,968,504
4 annmanley 2,242,300
5 John.F.Hall 2,197,371
...
1359 ACEdwards 19,701
1360 JennyRavo 19,691
1361 KarleneMatthews 19,690
1362 mdimech 19,662
1363 stuck 19,577
1364 tmb1 19,554

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June 2017 443
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April 2017 1,233
March 2017 511
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January 2017 140
December 2016 133
November 2016 1,410
October 2016 703
September 2016 626
August 2016 1,140
July 2016 515
June 2016 1,041
May 2016 313
April 2016 125
March 2016 496
February 2016 264
January 2016 716
December 2015 151
November 2015 199
October 2015 7
September 2015 62
August 2015 112
July 2015 88
June 2015 331
May 2015 143
April 2015 128
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February 2015 535
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July 2013 63
June 2013 145
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April 2013 138
March 2013 62
February 2013 41
January 2013 368
December 2012 250
November 2012 672
October 2012 741
September 2012 229
August 2012 237
July 2012 67
June 2012 220
May 2012 83
January 2012 29
December 2011 62
November 2011 27
October 2011 215
June 2010 370

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 10TH FEBRUARY, 1870. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 11 February 1870 [Issue No.2852] page 2 2017-06-21 22:00 plained of Ann Elizabeth Lamb, alias M'Gregor,
Mr. Moriarty appeared for the dofondant.
gave evirlenco in support of the charge, and
the class to which tho complainant and his cliont
belonged to ventilato their spleen in open Court.
He then called two witnesses to rebut tho
The Bondi inflicted a fine of os. with costs, or
tho case.
plained of Ann Elizabeth Lamb, alias McGregor,
Mr. Moriarty appeared for the defendant.
gave evidence in support of the charge, and
the class to which tho complainant and his client
belonged to ventilate their spleen in open Court.
He then called two witnesses to rebut the
The Bondi inflicted a fine of 5s. with costs, or
the case.
LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 31. (Article), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Tuesday 1 August 1882 [Issue No.180] page 3 2017-06-21 21:58 .. 'LAUNOESTON POLTCE COURT.
Margaret Barry and Elizabeth. Lamb
ert, the Bench dismissed the case. -
LAUNOESTON POLTCE COURT.
Margaret Barry and Elizabeth Lamb-
ert, the Bench dismissed the case.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1881 - 1883), Friday 23 February 1883 [Issue No.23] page 2 2017-06-21 01:44 aged 77 years.
aged 67 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1881 - 1883), Friday 23 February 1883 [Issue No.23] page 2 2017-06-21 01:44 Lamii.— On tlio 10th February, at his rosidonco,
Invcnnny, .of heart disease, John Lamb,
i a aged 07 years. 1'
Lamb.— On the 10th February, at his residence,
Invermay, of heart disease, John Lamb,
aged 77 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Weekly Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1872 - 1878), Saturday 11 May 1872 [Issue No.19] page 15 2017-06-21 01:37 ATKINSON-LAMB.—On 4th Mav. at nobart Town. John
Marenrct Jane, relict of the late John Lamb.
nnYSDALE-INCHES—On 30lh April, at the residence of
ATKINSON-LAMB.—On 4th May, at Hobart Town. John
Atkinson to Margaret Jane, relict of the late John Lamb.
DRYSDALE-INCHES—On 30lh April, at the residence of
POLICE COURT, LAUNCESTON. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24, 1871. (Before Thomas Mason, Esq., P.M., and C. J. Barclay, Esq., J.P.) (Article), The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), Monday 27 February 1871 [Issue No.3882] page 2 2017-06-21 01:33 Fiiiuav, Feiibuaev 24, 1871.
Tbespass.— Ivcs v. Nash and others. —
Jonathan Ivcs charged John Nnsh,
Pylc, and Boberl M'Aulcy with entering
upon hind on tbe Swamp in tbo occupa
tion of the complainant without lcavo on
Mr 1'nrkiT conducted the case for Mr
Ivcs. aud Mr liochor ap|iearcd on behalf
of tbo defendants.
Mr Jonathan Ives deposed — lam in
the occupation of the Launcoston Swamp i
aud have been so for about 20 years ;
sonic time sinco the Government resumed
possession of a portion of the sivuiup ;
this letter is ouc I received nt the tiuio
accotupunied by tlie plan produced ; on
Monday lust I was on tin' road adjoining
I saw the defendants on the laud— the
uwatnp, not on any road whatever ; they
1 asked them wliat right they had tliero ;
and somo of them said they wore paid for
beinp; there and Mr Room hod ordered
them to go tliero i I told them they had
belter cloar off as Mr Room hiul no
authority to send them ou the land ; they
did not go oil' while I was there; I saw
them tboro again on Tuesday ; I asked
them their names ; Mr lloom then came
mil pay all espi'nsos ;' I told Mr Jlooiu
they had no right there and I catno away
unil laid this information ; on the follow
ing morning 1 saw tbe same men there ;
they had made afresh entrance Io tho
property ; they were in tho cow paddock ;
there j I let a portion of tho swamp to
Messrs Overdid and ltobb as a rightof
way ; that lease terminated iu August
last; when they Rave up lnsscssion 1 asked
tlioni if ibev would want Lbe land again ;
they said, ' No, everything icft ou the
ground belongs to you ' ; the defendants
were engaged in fjikiug away gravel with
horses and carls j I nevor Rave them per
Itc-ciamined by Mr Eocher— The men
were taking the gravel on to a pieco of
ground which is a disputed strectFors
stcr-strect ; I cannot (ell whether they
Forster-streot ; a slip panel was taken
up a fence which was taken don- by some
one : 1 afterwards set men to put the
fence up n-uin, and it was again taken
down ; I have not had it put up agaiu ; 1
cannot say whether Mr lioom (old the
defendants to give me their names or not j
thevdidso.
]{c-examincd— Tha road which is called
Forster-strect does not present any dif
ference to Hie other land ; it is all grazed
alike except a footpath along it j I never
received any notice from tho Government
Mr Daniel Uoom deposed— I made ap
road msde to ray place ; about four years
Crown ; the grant shows Forster-slrect,
which comes to an angle on ray land ;
Friday, Feiibuaev 24, 1871.
Trespass.— Ives v. Nash and others. —
Jonathan Ives charged John Nash,
Pyle, and Robert McAuley with entering
upon land on the Swamp in the occupa-
tion of the complainant without lcave on
Mr Parker conducted the case for Mr
Ives, and Mr Rocher appeared on behalf
of the defendants.
Mr Jonathan Ives deposed — l am in
the occupation of the Launcoston Swamp ;
and have been so for about 20 years ;
some time since the Government resumed
possession of a portion of the swamp;
this letter is one I received at the time
accompanied by the plan produced ; on
Monday last I was on the road adjoining
I saw the defendants on the land— the
swamp, not on any road whatever ; they
I asked them what right they had there;
and some of them said they were paid for
being there and Mr Room had ordered
them to go there ; I told them they had
better clear off as Mr Room had no
authority to send them on the land ; they
did not go off while I was there; I saw
them there again on Tuesday ; I asked
them their names ; Mr Room then came
will pay all expenses; I told Mr Room
they had no right there and I came away
and laid this information ; on the follow-
ing morning I saw the same men there ;
they had made afresh entrance to tho
property ; they were in the cow paddock ;
there ; I let a portion of the swamp to
Messrs Overend and Robb as a right-of-
way ; that lease terminated in August
last; when they gave up possession asked
them if they would want they land again ;
they said, ' No, everything left on the
ground belongs to you " ; the defendants
were engaged in taking away gravel with
horses and carts ; I never gave them per-
Re-examined by Mr Rocher— The men
were taking the gravel on to a piece of
ground which is a disputed street.. Fors-
ster-strect ; I cannot tell whether they
Forster-street ; a slip panel was taken
up a fence which was taken down by some
one : I afterwards set men to put the
fence up again, and it was again taken
down ; I have not had it put up again ; I
cannot say whether Mr Room told the
defendants to give me their names or not ;
they did so.
Re-examined— The road which is called
Forster-street does not present any dif-
ference to the other land ; it is all grazed
alike except a footpath along it ; I never
received any notice from the Government
Mr Daniel Room deposed— I made ap-
road made to my place ; about four years
Crown ; the grant shows Forster-street,
which comes to an angle on my land ;
POLICE OFFICE,—THIS DAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) (Article), The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840 - 1859), Wednesday 16 February 1853 [Issue No.1885] page 3 2017-06-21 00:50 imprisonment, and the female (the wife of- the male,
-insoner) to be discharged to the servtitude of the
imprisonment, and the female (the wife of the male,
prisoner) to be discharged to the servtitude of the
ATTEMPT OF CONVICTS TO ESCAPE FROM PORT ARTHUR. (Article), The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), Wednesday 20 April 1859 [Issue No.2574] page 5 2017-06-20 21:44 A'rmii?T ui cowVJOts to
escape I'kom voter akthuk.
(From the II T. Courier 1
About hilfpast S o'clock on'Monday nveuing,
fourteen c invici*, named Tliumas Fleming
William Hauly, Geoige Charlton, William
W.lker, Thomas S.:huh, Michael Kennedy,
f'eicr (Josgiove. Willl.ru Lee, Neil Uuw iu,.
go, William I'osior, Thom/u Oluver, Michael
Cainnr. George Welch, and John Blackay,
by thu tower entrance, which had at (hat mo
ment been opened to admit Mr. Bionne,
the Ueimty-Supo-iinieudciit, who win assaulted
The prisoners proccodol up tile avenue lead
ing to the Clinic)), armed with pieces of wood,
stones, &C. The Alarm bell was rung at once,
and a Imdy of coustablea And watchmen des
patched iu pursuit of them.
Tiie Civil Commandant, we uiidorutand. im
mediately requested Lieut Dowman, theofli.er
commanding the military at tlie m-tllemeut, to
write tn Lieut. Lloyd, at Esglo Hawk Neck,
cautioning him to ttdnpl meaollroJ fur prevent
ing thi'ir escaro by that post.
As stated, ilio evening was wet and cloudy ;
and consequently intelligence could not. be for
warded per snmaphoie. Sur mining, also, that
seiza ihe boat at Norfolk Bay, the Comman
dant dee'iieit it desirable lo ptocced thither on
horseback, in order to get in advance of (be
Mr. Boyd. selected, when passing the Rail
road Station, some of the best men (or tem
to NorfolK Bay. On his arrival there the
Commandant made (he necessary arrangements
for the socurity of (he boat, aud proceoeded to
Eagle Hawk Neck, where ha personally ar
ranged with Lieutenant Lloyd, tbe officer
ATTEMPT OF CONVICTS TO
ESCAPE FROM PORT ARTHUR/
(From the H. T. Courier)
About half-past 5 o'clock on'Monday evening,
fourteen convicts named Thomas Fleming
William Hardy, George Charlton, William
Walker, Thomas Schuh, Michael Kennedy,
Pater Csgrove. Willliam Lee, Neil Gow Fo-
go, William Foster, Thomas Glover, Michael
Carney, George Welch, and John Blackey,
by the tower entrance, which had at that mo-
ment been opened to admit Mr. Browne,
the Deputy-Superintendent, who was assaulted
The prisoners proceeded up the avenue lead-
ing to the Church, armed with pieces of wood,
stones, &C. The alarm bell was rung at once,
and a body of coustables and watchmen des-
patched in pursuit of them.
The Civil Commandant, we understand im-
mediately requested Lieut. Dowman, the officer
commanding the military at the settlement, to
write tn Lieut. Lloyd, at Eagle Hawk Neck,
cautioning him to adopt measures for prevent-
ing their escape by that post.
As stated, the evening was wet and cloudy ;
and consequently intelligence could not be for-
warded per semaphore. Surmising, also, that
seize the boat at Norfolk Bay, the Comman-
dant deemed it desirable to proceed thither on
horseback, in order to get in advance of the
Mr. Boyd. selected, when passing the Rail-
road Station, some of the best men for tem-
to Norfolk Bay. On his arrival there the
Commandant made the necessary arrangements
for the security of the boat, and proceeded to
Eagle Hawk Neck, where he personally ar-
ranged with Lieutenant Lloyd, the officer
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 9 November 1876 [Issue No.5020] page 1 2017-06-19 23:06 ( JÍ0QD.-Cn 8bli November, 1870, at her eon's residence,
wilmot street, Hoboit Town, Mary Wood, aged
' 6? years. 7CÖÖ
WOOD.-On 8th November, 1870, at her son's residence,
Wilmot street, Hobart Town, Mary Wood, aged
68 years. 7606
LAW COURTS. (Article), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918), Saturday 31 July 1886 [Issue No.1595] page 23 2017-06-19 22:50 use. Tho jury returned a verdict for £65.
use. The jury returned a verdict for £65.

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