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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,546,109
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,021,095
4 annmanley 2,252,210
5 John.F.Hall 2,247,172
...
45 bluefilly 601,802
46 mike.connors 585,908
47 Loco 585,528
48 newdeer 570,866
49 jeri 560,827
50 Besure 556,509

570,866 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 3,635
June 2017 6,331
May 2017 24,664
April 2017 13,856
March 2017 15,172
February 2017 18,190
January 2017 28,544
December 2016 7,814
November 2016 10,778
October 2016 15,812
September 2016 4,339
August 2016 31,817
July 2016 17,801
June 2016 13,095
May 2016 12,351
April 2016 21,231
March 2016 13,510
February 2016 7,840
January 2016 11,935
December 2015 7,526
November 2015 4,815
October 2015 1,269
September 2015 5,230
August 2015 9,626
July 2015 9,974
June 2015 4,133
May 2015 6,122
April 2015 10,008
March 2015 13,799
February 2015 14,604
January 2015 18,105
December 2014 12,842
November 2014 12,303
October 2014 12,052
September 2014 7,724
August 2014 4,844
July 2014 4,713
June 2014 5,062
May 2014 4,635
April 2014 4,532
March 2014 5,141
February 2014 6,158
January 2014 2,541
December 2013 3,392
November 2013 12,307
October 2013 7,894
September 2013 9,704
August 2013 7,491
July 2013 11,206
June 2013 2,888
May 2013 11,242
April 2013 5,847
March 2013 9,684
February 2013 3,666
January 2013 3,070
December 2012 2,408
November 2012 2,287
October 2012 3,124
September 2012 1,958
August 2012 801
July 2012 661
June 2012 926
May 2012 1,446
April 2012 1,348
March 2012 526
February 2012 222
January 2012 100
December 2011 47
November 2011 148

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,546,078
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,021,095
4 annmanley 2,252,140
5 John.F.Hall 2,247,167
...
45 bluefilly 601,766
46 mike.connors 585,891
47 Loco 585,528
48 newdeer 570,866
49 jeri 560,370
50 Besure 556,509

570,866 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 3,635
June 2017 6,331
May 2017 24,664
April 2017 13,856
March 2017 15,172
February 2017 18,190
January 2017 28,544
December 2016 7,814
November 2016 10,778
October 2016 15,812
September 2016 4,339
August 2016 31,817
July 2016 17,801
June 2016 13,095
May 2016 12,351
April 2016 21,231
March 2016 13,510
February 2016 7,840
January 2016 11,935
December 2015 7,526
November 2015 4,815
October 2015 1,269
September 2015 5,230
August 2015 9,626
July 2015 9,974
June 2015 4,133
May 2015 6,122
April 2015 10,008
March 2015 13,799
February 2015 14,604
January 2015 18,105
December 2014 12,842
November 2014 12,303
October 2014 12,052
September 2014 7,724
August 2014 4,844
July 2014 4,713
June 2014 5,062
May 2014 4,635
April 2014 4,532
March 2014 5,141
February 2014 6,158
January 2014 2,541
December 2013 3,392
November 2013 12,307
October 2013 7,894
September 2013 9,704
August 2013 7,491
July 2013 11,206
June 2013 2,888
May 2013 11,242
April 2013 5,847
March 2013 9,684
February 2013 3,666
January 2013 3,070
December 2012 2,408
November 2012 2,287
October 2012 3,124
September 2012 1,958
August 2012 801
July 2012 661
June 2012 926
May 2012 1,446
April 2012 1,348
March 2012 526
February 2012 222
January 2012 100
December 2011 47
November 2011 148

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IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY Feast of Christ the King OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL CELEBRATION. (Article), Johnstone River Advocate and Innisfail News (Qld. : 1928 - 1941), Tuesday 27 October 1936 [Issue No.72] page 5 2017-07-22 15:05 IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY "
. Feast of Christ the Kjjng
OUR LADY OF'GbDD COUNSEL 7S
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I ' On Sunday last the Feast of Christ :
the King was celebrated with 7 be-
incoming solemnity at the Church of .
' Our Lady of Good Counsel.
| At 6.30 a.m a Uissa Cantata was ; '
ceieoratea Dy tne very Kev. J?r. if.
J. ' Mount, O.S.A., at which a large
number of the faithful communicat- ..
ed. The choir, under the batom of
Mr. Summerfield, rendered Doih Mor-
! eno's Mass. with artistry and devo
j After second Mass, at" 10- a.m., the
i posed on the High Altar. Many wor
shippers thronged the Church during /
At .4 p.m. the procession- in -honor;
then the Altar . Boys, the general .
public, the Children of Mary, the a
C.D.A.. the Hibernians, the C.Y-M.S.,
school boys and schoolgirls, . the choir,
by Rev. Father Xureb.O.S.A., as
sisted by Rev. Father Michalik, O.SA. ?
Galvin, J. Tooher, J. Ryan, and W. .
The procession, with banners fly
.Parish Societies in their regalia, was
grounds to a temporary Altai erected
From there the Beneditioij ,of -the
Blessed Saci'ament was given. The '
to the Church. During the .proces-
sipn, many devotional hymns were
-gung b.y,tle vast -throng.
' Those/ assembled in the / Church
were addresseo by the Very Rev.-y
Father Mount,"0:S.A., on the signifi
cance of the Feast, and the; lessons
to be learned from it. It was; pointed
out, _if Christ were really King over
by which the world of. to-day is agi
tated, would be' easily solved.
After Benedictions of the Bles
sed _ Sacrament, the stirring hymn, <
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY
Feast of Christ the King
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
CELEBRATION
On Sunday last the Feast of Christ :
the King was celebrated with be-
coming solemnity at the Church of .
Our Lady of Good Counsel.
At 6.30 a.m a Uissa Cantata was
celebrated by the Very Rev. Fr. P.
J. Mount, O.S.A., at which a large
number of the faithful communicat-
ed. The choir, under the baton of
Mr. Summerfield, rendered Dom Mor-
eno's Mass. with artistry and devo-
After second Mass, at 10 a.m., the
posed on the High Altar. Many wor-
shippers thronged the Church during
At 4 p.m. the procession in honor
then the Altar Boys, the general
public, the Children of Mary, the
C.D.A.. the Hibernians, the C.Y.M.S.,
school boys and schoolgirls, the choir,
by Rev. Father Xureb.O.S.A., as-
sisted by Rev. Father Michalik, O.SA.
Galvin, J. Tooher, J. Ryan, and W.
The procession, with banners fly-
Parish Societies in their regalia, was
grounds to a temporary Altar erected
From there the Benedition of the
Blessed Sacrament was given. The
to the Church. During the proces-
sion, many devotional hymns were
sung by the vast throng.
Those assembled in the Church
were addressed by the Very Rev.
Father Mount, 0.S.A., on the signifi-
cance of the Feast, and the lessons
to be learned from it. It was pointed
out, if Christ were really King over
by which the world of. to-day is agi-
tated, would be easily solved.
After Benedictions of the Bles-
sed Sacrament, the stirring hymn,
WOMEN'S SPORT CRICKO (Detailed lists, results, guides), Sunday Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1926 - 1954), Sunday 23 May 1954 page 30 2017-07-22 14:58 'A Rogers 2. R. Pringle. C. Xuereb)
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Advertising (Advertising), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 21 February 1948 [Issue No.3508] page 6 2017-07-22 14:53 1947. at Reconstruction Training 1
School. Moorooka. SARAH JANE (
STONE, late of Melbourne Street. 1
Windsor, Brisbane, ; widow, died on 1
the Twentieth day of Jajiuary. 1948, 1
at The Brisbane Hosp'taTT Brisbane. ]
ANTHONY FREDERICK XUEREB. I
late of Castle Street, Fnirfie'd. Bris- 1
bane. Retired Commonwealth Public 1
Servant, died on the Eighteenth day :
vate Hospital. South Brisbane. Dated '
1046. THE PUBLIC CURATOR, Brls- -
bane. ? ,
1947. at Reconstruction Training
School. Moorooka. SARAH JANE
STONE, late of Melbourne Street.
Windsor, Brisbane, ; widow, died on
the Twentieth day of January. 1948,
at The Brisbane Hospital, Brisbane.
ANTHONY FREDERICK XUEREB
late of Castle Street, Fairfield, Bris-
bane. Retired Commonwealth Public
Servant, died on the Eighteenth day
vate Hospital. South Brisbane. Dated
1948. THE PUBLIC CURATOR, Bris-
bane.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 18 July 1932 [Issue No.23,234] page 10 2017-07-22 14:44 ter of_Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith, Bowen
M.D., and Mrs. Xuereb,- SUema, Malta.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith, Bowen
M.D., and Mrs. Xuereb, Sliema, Malta.
PARISH OF QUEENSLAND Maltese Priests Coming MELBOURNE, February 4. (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 4 February 1935 page 20 2017-07-22 14:40 Fathers Slmpllclano Gatt and Fede-
rico Xuereb will Bhortly undertake
'work in what must be one of the
are two Maltese priests of the Augus
to-day In the liner Moldavia.
They are on their way to Qucens-
land Which will become their parish
and in wh(ch they will minister to
' the needs of about 1,000 Maltese resid
> explained, have been without a re
' - rival at Melbourne, tho priests wore
welcomed by Mr. F. J. Corder, Com
missioner In Melbourne for Malta.
Fathers Simpliciano Gatt and Fede-
rice Xuereb will shortly undertake
work in what must be one of the
are two Maltese priests of the Augus-
to-day in the liner Moldavia.
They are on their way to Queens-
land which will become their parish
and in which they will minister to
the needs of about 1,000 Maltese resid-
explained, have been without a re-
rival at Melbourne,the priests were
welcomed by Mr. F. J. Corder, Com-
missioner in Melbourne for Malta.
MEETING FRIENDS (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 8 June 1936 page 13 2017-07-22 14:35 are on their jvay to Darwin,
are on their way to Darwin,
C.W.A BALL Forest Hill Function. FOREST HILL, May 3. (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Saturday 4 May 1935 [Issue No.15,123] page 6 2017-07-22 14:32 Barrett chose pink famina; klila
Jean Upton pale blue crepe-de-Chineo
shoolder posy. Miss Mary Bowden
Barrett chose pink famina; Miss
Jean Upton pale blue crepe-de-Chine
shoulder posy. Miss Mary Bowden
PE[?] (Article), The Bundaberg Mail (Qld. : 1917 - 1925), Tuesday 14 January 1919 [Issue No.6,643] page 3 2017-07-22 14:23 Probatc.dias.bcen granted ;invt lie ,cs-
tnto of the Into Charles Upton,- com
mercial traveller, to LlUns-M. Upton,
widowp realty and perqoualty, £3718.
Probate has been granted in the es-
tate of the Iate Charles Upton, com
mercial traveller, to Lilian M. Upton,
widow, realty and personalty, £3718.
Social. (No news from the country will be accepted for publication under this need unless they reach us through our recognised correspondents.) (Any information intended for this column must be duly authenticated, otherwise it will not be published. "At Home" announcements will be inserted in this column on payment of a charge of 1s per line. (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Saturday 16 May 1914 [Issue No.9018] page 6 2017-07-22 14:18 )l :and Mrs. Charles Upton (nee
lel., A . Hanrris; left on Wednesday
ir Northern Rivers, where the honey
nPa will be spent.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Upton (nee
Miss M. A. H. Hanrris, left on Wednesday
for Northern Rivers, where the honey-
moon will be spent.
Plea to readers helped migrant (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 17 January 1949 [Issue No.3789] page 3 2017-07-22 14:10 a successful appeal to
Courier-Mail readers enabled
ivuaaiesex, planned to bring his
wife, child, and his wife's sis
nobody in Australia to nomin
WTcKay, of Cooran, as his nom
at Cooran. A maintenance flt
er and welder by trade, Mr.
arrived in the Somfcrsetshire on
Saturday. I
A successful appeal to
Courier-Mail reade rs enabled
Middlesex, planned to bring his
wife, child, and his wife's sis-
nobody in Australia to nomin-
McKay, of Cooran, as his nom-
at Cooran. A maintenance fit-
ter and welder by trade, Mr.
arrived in the Somertsetshire on
Saturday.

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