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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,418,025
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,005
4 annmanley 2,237,561
5 John.F.Hall 2,114,862
...
403 christill 84,092
404 JulieDern 83,942
405 Bellern 83,719
406 sonmaa 83,651
407 eamon.key 83,571
408 Logan-Local-Studies 83,461

83,651 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 10,001
February 2017 21,154
January 2017 27,252
December 2016 171
July 2016 7,667
July 2015 788
May 2015 452
April 2015 320
November 2014 13
August 2014 298
November 2013 141
October 2013 432
August 2013 1,192
July 2013 5,491
June 2013 6,085
May 2013 716
April 2013 70
February 2013 21
January 2013 3
November 2012 50
October 2012 25
September 2012 83
August 2012 931
July 2012 295

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,417,994
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,005
4 annmanley 2,237,491
5 John.F.Hall 2,114,857
...
418 bunty2 81,038
419 DavidRHayton 81,034
420 Midland4 81,034
421 sonmaa 80,825
422 Davekle 79,940
423 frankd 79,915

80,825 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 7,336
February 2017 21,141
January 2017 27,104
December 2016 171
July 2016 7,667
July 2015 788
May 2015 452
April 2015 320
November 2014 13
August 2014 298
November 2013 141
October 2013 432
August 2013 1,192
July 2013 5,491
June 2013 6,085
May 2013 716
April 2013 70
February 2013 21
January 2013 3
November 2012 50
October 2012 25
September 2012 83
August 2012 931
July 2012 295

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,697
2 jaybee67 70,323
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,645
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
9 RodAanensen 4,180
10 poves 3,391
11 JohnMA2227 2,896
12 sonmaa 2,826
13 bainamasquelier 2,544
14 aleon 2,277

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Corrections by month

March 2017 2,665
February 2017 13
January 2017 148


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Family Notices (Family Notices), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 9 December 1908 [Issue No.16,645] page 8 2017-03-30 15:34 Funsireau
"TiflTCHELL.-The Funeral of the late "Mr.
.-3J. ALFRED C. H1CHELL will take place
This Day. Sth inst.. leaving his residence,
ofT Bullock Creek road, Golden-square, for thp
Bendigo Cemetery, at four o'clock. '.friends
are kindlv invited.
. WILLIAM FARMER. Undertaker. -
JOHN ANDREW. RICHARDS will take
placc This Day (Wednesday). 9th inst:, leaving
the residenco of his mother 'Mrs. Richard?),
No. 260 M'lntyre-striet, Long Gully for the
o'clock This' Da v.
F1ZELLE AND .
IZELLE AND
B-RID. GE-STREEX.
OAE and 'Other POLISHED COFFINS,
rSAYER. UNDERTAKER, BRIDGE
. STREET.
This Well-known Biisinos1; will be carried, on
In future by the Sons of the late Thomas cjayer,
receivo tlio support accorded to their late
Best Work at Modorato Prioee. Oak «Jid
Polished Coffins always ready All Funeral
W. FAR FVJ E
M'CRAE-STREET,
Opposite Mechanics' Institute. ^
And HIGH-STREET. EAGLEI-IAWK.
.'r\HE Business of the late E. C. BROWN,
1 Undertaker, HIGH-STREET, EAGLE
HAWK, is beinc; conducted in the same effi
cient ma,.mer, tna a.t *ho LOWEST BEN
JB. WILSON AND CX?.,
. MONUMENTAL SCULPTORS,
In Varioiu Colors of Granite and Ma:b!a.
Tel. c60.
PFINN AND CO.,
o BENDIGO STEAM GRANITE
P0I.IS1HNG AND SAWING WORICS,
.MYERS and MITCHELL STREETS,
Comnare Our Prices tor Good Value.
? ' They Cannot Be Beaten.
Funereal.
MICHELL. - The Funeral of the late Mr.
ALFRED C. MICHELL will take place
This Day, 9th inst., leaving his residence,
off Bullock Creek road, Golden Square, for the
Bendigo Cemetery, at four o'clock. friends
are kindly invited.
WILLIAM FARMER. Undertaker.
JOHN ANDREW RICHARDS will take
place This Day (Wednesday). 9th inst:, leaving
the residence of his mother (Mrs. Richards),
No. 260 Mclntyre-striet, Long Gully for the
o'clock This Day.
FIZELLE AND .
FIZELLE AND
BRIDGE-STREET.
OAK and Other POLISHED COFFINS,
T. SAYER. UNDERTAKER, BRIDGE
STREET.
This Well-known Business will be carried on
in future by the Sons of the late Thomas Sayer
receive the support accorded to their late
Best Work at Moderate Prices. Oak and
Polished Coffins always ready. All funeral
W. FARMER,
McCRAE-STREET,
Opposite Mechanics' Institute.
And HIGH-STREET. EAGLEHAWK.
THE Business of the late E. C. BROWN,
Undertaker, HIGH-STREET, EAGLE
HAWK, is being conducted in the same effi
cient manner at the LOWEST BEN
JB. WILSON AND CO.,
MONUMENTAL SCULPTORS,
In Various Colors of Granite and Marble,
Tel. 360.
P FINN AND CO.,
BENDIGO STEAM GRANITE
POLISHING AND SAWING WORKS,
MYERS and MITCHELL STREETS,
Compare Our Prices tor Good Value.
They Cannot Be Beaten.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Monday 12 July 1915 [Issue No.13877] page 1 2017-03-30 15:29 . v0 - -
Funeral Wotlces. yr- 7
A NDERSON. - — The friends of theTiibte:
MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON arc re
spectfully invited to follow, his remains t-o
the place of interment, the Kangaroo. Flat
leave his late residence, McKcnzie street
. JJANGAROO FLAT FIRE BRIGADE.
Brigade arft requested to follow -the re
bis late residence. Bullock Creek Road.
. for the Kangaroo Fiat. Cemetery, at Three
0 clock This- Day (Monday). Sister
T'u'.tU ' — OLIVE BRANCH TEAT NU.
of above arc 'respeclfullv requested to at
tend the funeral of lale'BRv W.YL ANDER
dency for the lvangaroo Flat Cemetery,
This Day (Monday) 'at 3 - o'clock p.m.
E. G. YEATJ5S, Secretary.
/'a-VJ LR'y. _ The friends of MRS.
CATHERINE "GANTLEY, of Epsom
(and the late Laurence Ganlley) are re
of their deariy_beioved eldest daughter,
tery. Tho funeral will leave St. Kiiian's
Church, This Day (Monday), the !2th
Z\"ORCROFT. — rl7ie friendS-.of Hie late
MRS. A. NORGRO'FT, wife of Mr. Am
ster. are respectfully invited To follow her
12th inst. WILLIAM II. OAKLEY. Funeral

Funeral Notices.
ANDERSON. - — The friends of the late
MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON are re
spectfully invited to follow his remains to
the place of interment, the Kangaroo Flat
leave his late residence, McKenzie street
KANGAROO FLAT FIRE BRIGADE.
Brigade are requested to follow the re
his late residence. Bullock Creek Road.
for the Kangaroo Fiat Cemetery, at Three
o' clock This- Day (Monday). Sister
I.O.R. - OLIVE BRANCH TENT NO.
of above are respeclfullv requested to at
tend the funeral of late BR. WM. ANDER
dency for the Kangaroo Flat Cemetery,
This Day (Monday) at 3 o'clock p.m.
E. G. YEATES, Secretary.
GANTLEY. - The friends of MRS.
CATHERINE GANTLEY, of Epsom
(and the late Laurence Gantley) are re
of their dearly beoved eldest daughter,
tery. The funeral will leave St. Kiiian's
Church, This Day (Monday), the 12th
NORCROFT. — The friendS-.of the late
MRS. A. NORCROFT, wife of Mr. Am
ster. are respectfully invited to follow her
12th inst. WILLIAM H. OAKLEY. Funeral
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Monday 10 January 1898 [Issue No.7543] page 2 2017-03-30 15:24 Blrtlig,' itlnrriftgCß and PcatlWi
Advertisementa published, under this blending will
* also appearin Saturday'sissue.-
' ' DEATHS.
OLIVES.—On the 9th hint.. at his parents’?resi
dence, Lily street, Archibald Gcorgcf dearly be*
loved son of David and Sarah’ Olives, aged 7
moiitluf.
WEST! I BAD .—On January ,8, nt her Into resi
dence,- Bullock Creek road, Golden Square, Mary
June, beloved wife of William Westhood, oldest
WILLIAMS.—On the 9th iust., at Lester street,
Eaglobnwk, Stanley Bertram, the infant sou of
Samuel and Agnoa Williams, aged 4 months.
A little sulfol’cr gone to rest.
Imbipr Inkpibmi
Births, Marriages and Deaths.
Advertisements published under this heading will
also appear in Saturday's issue.
DEATHS.
OLIVES.—On the 9th inst., at his parents' resi
dence, Lily street, Archibald George, dearly be
loved son of David and Sarah Olives, aged 7
months.
WESTHEAD. - On January 8, at her late resi
dence, Bullock Creek road, Golden Square, Mary
Jane, beloved wife of William Westhead, eldest
WILLIAMS.—On the 9th inst., at Lester street,
Eaglehawk, Stanley Bertram, the infant son of
Samuel and Agnes Williams, aged 4 months.
A little sufferer gone to rest.
Bendigo Independent.
SHAVING MISHAP. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Friday 3 November 1905 [Issue No.15681] page 8 2017-03-30 15:19 "A resident oi' Bulloek CVuok ro;nl, Golden
equare, mimed \V. A..'Crawford, was shaving
last evening-, when tl;e razor slipped and in
i.ietod a deep cut. about ail inch !on<; on
the riirht side of his throat. Dr. Ffrost
altf*ided to tho injury, anl found it neces
sary t.o insert four stitcher in the wound.
A resident of Bullock Creek road, Golden
square, named W. A. Crawford, was shaving
last evening, when the razor slipped and in
flicted a deep cut about an inch long on
the right side of his throat. Dr. Ffrost
attended to the injury, and found it neces
sary to insert four stitches in the wound.
FIRE AT GOLDEN-SQUARE. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 16 June 1906 [Issue No.15872] page 5 2017-03-30 15:17 M:RE'-AT GOLDEN-SQUA11B. -
" 'At a quarter to 3' this morning 'tbe fire
-tucji received a call to u fire in. an unoccupied;
house in Bullock Crenk-road. . Tho property, .
which ^belonged to. Mr. B. Andrea, wood-.. ;i
-carteirsjiu rcoutractor, \?as a very old placo,
'and rwas, completely, doniolishcd. .-The.Citjr.. ;
Brigade went to the. scene, and were.aeeist- ..
od by several of. rlie Golden-square members.
The! owner,' who resided a short- distance
further along the l-Qad, was awakened after .
the flames-wtrp extinguished, and informed *
our representative that it: was insured in the
Commercial Union, for which ITossrs. il'CoII
and I'ankiii arc a^entB. . He was unable to
riieoipit for the'origin of the fire,, se.no one . . .
had' been ri ear'.the pfi;ce for.some tirne..
FIRE AT GOLDEN-SQUARE.
At a quarter to 3 this morning the fire
men received a call to a fire in an unoccupied
house in Bullock Creek-road. The property,
which belonged to Mr. B. Andrea, wood-
carter and contractor, was a very old place,
and was completely demolished. The City
Brigade went to the scene, and were assist
ed by several of the Golden-square members.
The owner, who resided a short distance
further along the road, was awakened after
the flames were extinguished, and informed
our representative that it was insured in the
Commercial Union, for which Messrs. McColl
and Rankin are agents. He was unable to
account for the origin of the fire, as no one
had been near the place for some time.
MINING ACCIDENT--AN UNSAFE ROPE. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Thursday 9 May 1907 [Issue No.11,515] page 3 2017-03-30 15:14 lives with hi© mother in Bullock Creek road,
was admittcdi to the hospital yesterday fore
noon suffering from outs on tho head, abrasions
on tho shoulder and loft thigh, and a sprained
right ankle — injuries ho received through fall
nunc. Ho wu© firing n hole in tho top ol
the stopes ati Iho 1000ft level, and when he
ling pass lo tho level. There was a rope
running clown the sido of the ladder, which acts
as a support, but when Whit© grabbed it nnd let
down the slopes, fcutunately falling into tho
level, thus escaping the rocks thrown out bv
tho explosion. The rolling fall was aljout 30ft.
and the injuries abovemcntioned necessitated
his removal to the hospital. IIo will bo laid
lives with his mother in Bullock Creek road,
was admitted to the hospital yesterday fore
noon suffering from cuts on the head, abrasions
on the shoulder and left thigh, and a sprained
right ankle — injuries he received through fall
mine. He was firing a hole in the top of
the stopes at the 1000ft level, and when he
ling pass to the level. There was a rope
running down the side of the ladder, which acts
as a support, but when White grabbed it and let
down the slopes, fortunately falling into the
level, thus escaping the rocks thrown out by
the explosion. The rolling fall was about 30ft.
and the injuries above mentioned necessitated
his removal to the hospital. He will be laid
SAD DROWNING FATALITY. (Article), Bendigonian (Bendigo, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 30 December 1915 [Issue No.1082] page 11 2017-03-30 15:11 Mr. A. E. Bolin, a market gar'ener, re
way. M?r. Bohn was engaged watering his
garden, and for this purpo~-o he ran the
water ,into an excavation iin the 'round
from which bhe drew the water in a can.
ba-ttens, except for the space left open to
amongst his plants the child was phlying
foremost into the, pool of water, which
was about 9in. deep. Ho F vaýs discovered
by his father, 'who. together with a
neighbor (Nurse Coomb3 ..endeavoroed
lifo was extinct. The mattcis war. re
ported to tho Golden-sqvare pqlicp,
Mr. A. E. Bohn, a market gardener, re
way. Mr. Bohn was engaged watering his
garden, and for this purpose he ran the
water into an excavation in the ground
from which he drew the water in a can.
battens, except for the space left open to
amongst his plants the child was playing
foremost into the pool of water, which
was about 9in. deep. He was discovered
by his father, who together with a
neighbor (Nurse Coomb) endeavoroed
life was extinct. The matter was re
ported to the Golden-square police,
FIRE AT GOLDEN SQUARE. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Saturday 16 June 1906 [Issue No.11,242] page 5 2017-03-30 15:08 This morning, shortly before 3 o'clock, tin un
was owned by Mr, B. Andrea. No one lining on
tho promises it is not known how it caught fire.
nor whothet it was insured.
This morning, shortly before 3 o'clock, an un
was owned by Mr, B. Andrea. No one being on
the promises it is not known how it caught fire,
nor whether it was insured.
ANOTHER FALL. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Monday 14 August 1911 [Issue No.12,676] page 5 2017-03-30 15:07 An elderly mine employe immed John
Ticbilcock, when walking along Bullock
Creek road on . Saturday had (he mis
his right ankle. lie was taken to the
iLndigo Hospital.
An elderly mine employe named John
Tibilcock, when walking along Bullock
Creek road on Saturday had the mis
his right ankle. He was taken to the
Bendigo Hospital.
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Tuesday 22 January 1867 [Issue No.15] page 205 2017-03-24 19:26 I to the 31st December, 1866, upon Certificates granted at Special Meetings, and expiring on 30th
Macdonald J.
Deitz Joseph ...
M'Cubbin John, the younger.
(
Davis Henry Kingsmill ......
M'Carthy James Florence ...
Wanaaring, Paroo [River .......
Gassilis District.
Coonaiible District.
Eton Creek District.
Emu Creek ,
Newcastle District.
Paterson and Maitland Road ..
Tumut •
Signal Hotel,
Macinttyre Hotel.
to the 31st December, 1866, upon Certificates granted at Special Meetings, and expiring on 30th
Macdonald J
Deitz Joseph
McCubbin John, the younger

Davis Henry Kingsmill
McCarthy James Florence
Wanaaring, Paroo River
Cassilis District
Coonamble District.
Emu Creek District.
Emu Creek
Newcastle District
Paterson and Maitland Road
Tumut
Signal Hotel.
Macintyre Hotel.

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