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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,513,760
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,919
3 noelwoodhouse 2,981,638
4 annmanley 2,244,255
5 John.F.Hall 2,209,902
...
1579 skut 16,078
1580 Millie.S 16,067
1581 glenf 16,060
1582 thankyou 16,029
1583 Langinoa 16,007
1584 tharris 16,002

16,029 line(s) corrected.

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June 2017 162
May 2017 50
March 2017 275
February 2017 30
January 2017 390
December 2016 417
November 2016 610
October 2016 587
September 2016 339
August 2016 558
July 2016 686
June 2016 1,019
May 2016 473
April 2016 219
March 2016 947
February 2016 1,982
January 2016 2,407
December 2015 16
November 2015 176
October 2015 38
September 2015 137
August 2015 2,055
July 2015 2,456

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,513,729
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,919
3 noelwoodhouse 2,981,638
4 annmanley 2,244,185
5 John.F.Hall 2,209,897
...
1586 allanraymond 15,941
1587 Geney 15,912
1588 ChristineHunt50 15,894
1589 thankyou 15,856
1590 murray-is 15,841
1591 Dulcie 15,825

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June 2017 59
May 2017 50
March 2017 271
February 2017 30
January 2017 390
December 2016 417
November 2016 601
October 2016 587
September 2016 322
August 2016 558
July 2016 670
June 2016 1,002
May 2016 473
April 2016 219
March 2016 940
February 2016 1,982
January 2016 2,407
December 2015 16
November 2015 176
October 2015 38
September 2015 137
August 2015 2,055
July 2015 2,456

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 99,813
2 mickbrook 85,420
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 28,441
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
113 historyhound 175
114 cloudwatcher 173
115 lenmakin 173
116 thankyou 173
117 mcdonaldj 172
118 wirralar 165

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September 2016 17
July 2016 16
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EIGHT PERSONS INJURED. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 20 December 1939 [Issue No.31,816] page 14 2017-06-22 11:55 Ashbury, received cuts to the hand; Mrs. Linda
Clifford. 45, a fracture of the thigh; their
Ashbury, received cuts to the head; Mrs. Linda
Clifford, 45, a fracture of the thigh; their
RUNNING STREAM. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 27 September 1907 page 3 2017-06-22 11:46 A raiybit drive t.ooli place herb last Sat
urday. when u largo number woie destao.v-
a drive ovorv week would go a long way
towards-. reducing their numbers.
Since mv last I ;find that, the .picket fence
recently erected in front of tho chinch was
a gift to -the church from n resident of
. the district. ..-
A rabbit drive took place here last Sat-
urday, when a large number were destroy-
a drive every week would go a long way
towards reducing their numbers.
Since my last I find that the picket fence
recently erected in front of the church was
a gift to the church from a resident of
the district.
RUNNING STREAM. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 27 September 1907 page 3 2017-06-22 11:42 Pie," Master '.Tack Casskl.v (IMord); recit
ation. "I Remember," Master .laokie Bov-
nn f Torbane) . and selections on nhono-
grnp.hs kindly lent by Mtv Enos Clifford
and .Miss McKander. Votes of thanks were
proposed and Carried to tho.. ladies who
provided the sumicr. the performers, or
ganisers, and ehairnnaii. The singing of the
"National Anthem" brought, a most suc
Pie," Master Jack Cassidy (Ilford); recit-
ation. "I Remember," Master Jackie Bev-
an (Torbane), and selections on phono-
graphs kindly lent by Mr. Enos Clifford
and Miss McKander. Votes of thanks were
proposed and carried to the ladies who
provided the supper, the performers, or-
ganisers, and chairman. The singing of the
"National Anthem" brought a most suc-
RUNNING STREAM. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 27 September 1907 page 3 2017-06-22 11:03 were held at the school hall oa Saturday
evening last ; proceeds to; defray cost- of-
/ netting used in 'fencing the Stream- church,,
also to enablg the trustees to, place , an
extra lamp in the - church., . .The weather"
proved, perfect, and the organisers "were
gratified beyond expectations -with a full
liousc. iur. jj. n. i-iowaru, in -wut-
.in'g/tlie chajr,;said tliat'he had before" him
a. imbs't formidable ' nrograitime of / over
thirty Items. ; Audiences, in this locality are'
not satisfled/with' an ordinary programmo
prepared, a prbgraanane. to.-, please the .pub
lic. Supper" was' served during the -inter
val. .
The following items were rendered dur
w'ellibehaved audience interest being well
sustained to tho end Overtures, first and
second parts. Pleyel's duets for two viol
ins. Messrs. W. 'Gordon (South Australia)
and W. Barnaby /Round Swamp), organ
accompaniment by TI. D. Howard; songs,
"Villago Ulnclismith" and "Asleep oil tho
Deep," Mr. I-Iorne (Torbane);' recitation,
"The Grownups Sav." Miss Gladys Bur
gess (Torbane); vocal duet, ''Tired." -Miss
es Clarice and Vera Harris (Ilford); reci
tation, "The Flatr of England," Miss Hob-
son (Torbane); songs, comic, bv Mr. Mon
tiie "hero" of the evening. Violin solos,
His Wife,". "Boko," and "The Ash Tip,"
Mr. Burgess (Torbane); vocal- duets from
"The Lily -of Killnrney." Messrs. W. Gor
don and II. P. Howard; songs, "Our Tea
(Toibane); recitation, "My Sunday Breech
es," Master Bottrell f Torbane) ; song. |'I
Loved You Better than You Knew,", Miss
"In the Woods," Master Barnaby : recita
were held at the school hall on Saturday
evening last ; proceeds to defray cost of
netting used in fencing the Stream church,
also to enable the trustees to place an
extra lamp in the church. The weather
proved perfect, and the organisers were
gratified beyond expectations with a full
house. Mr. D. R. Howard, J.P., in tak-
ing the chair, said that he had before him
a most formidable programme of over
thirty Items. Audiences in this locality are
not satisfied with an ordinary programme
prepared, a programme to please the pub-
lic. Supper was served during the inter-
val.
The following items were rendered dur-
well-behaved audience interest being well
sustained to the end : Overtures, first and
second parts. Pleyel's duets for two viol-
ins. Messrs. W. Gordon (South Australia)
and W. Barnaby (Round Swamp), organ
accompaniment by H. D. Howard; songs,
"Village Blacksmith" and "Asleep on the
Deep," Mr. Horne (Torbane); recitation,
"The Grownups Say." Miss Gladys Bur-
gess (Torbane); vocal duet, ''Tired." Miss-
es Clarice and Vera Harris (Ilford); reci-
tation. "The Flag of England," Miss Hob-
son (Torbane); songs, comic, by Mr. Mon-
the "hero" of the evening. Violin solos,
His Wife," "Boko," and "The Ash Tip,"
Mr. Burgess (Torbane); vocal duets from
"The Lily of Killarney." Messrs. W. Gor-
don and H. D. Howard; songs, "Our Tea
(Torbane); recitation, "My Sunday Breech-
es," Master Bottrell (Torbane) ; song. "I
Loved You Better than You Knew," Miss
"In the Woods," Master Barnaby : recita-
RUNNING STREAM. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 27 September 1907 page 3 2017-06-22 10:50 (From our b.ivn, Correspondent.)...
A sucoessful concert and "coffee supper,
(From our own Correspondent.)
A successful concert and "coffee supper"
APPOINTMENTS Chief Secretary's Department (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 14 February 1964 [Issue No.17] page 519 2017-06-13 23:28 ^V§telby^ Rofiald William, 171 Ryde-road, Pymble; Wallin,
Donald Eric, 16 Griffin-avenue, Griffith] Walton, Mary
Veronica, 29 Sheifcrorik-roaid, Vfeitara; White; John Osborn,
20^ HUltop^rescent^ Campbelltown; Wood, Alfred, 9 Bronte
Marine ^drive, Waverley.
Walesby, Ronald William, 171 Ryde-road, Pymble; Wallin,
Donald Eric, 16 Griffin-avenue, Griffith Walton, Mary
Veronica, 29 Sherbrook-road, Waitara; White; John Osborn,
20 Hilltop-crescent, Campbelltown; Wood, Alfred, 9 Bronte
Marine drive, Waverley.
APPOINTMENTS Chief Secretary's Department (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 14 February 1964 [Issue No.17] page 519 2017-06-13 23:25 ^ntSnnlal l*firk^ Thompson,
Paula, 106Lime-street,Cabramatta; Towill, Marie Jeanette,
iyenu^ j5a#ellV Tpvmiei«^ Henrys45 BH rik-stfeSt,
^i^frtmoo; Turner, Anne Elizabeth, Post Office, Spencer;
John Frederick, 106 Lang-road, Centennial Park; Thompson,
Paula, 106 Lime-street, Cabramatta; Towill, Marie Jeanette,
19th avenue, Sawtell; Townsend, Phillip Henry, 45 Edna-street,
Warrimoo; Turner, Anne Elizabeth, Post Office, Spencer;
APPOINTMENTS Chief Secretary's Department (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 14 February 1964 [Issue No.17] page 519 2017-06-13 23:18 pool; Crawford, Andrew Duff, Tooloogan Vale, Scone; Dick
Sackville-street, Ingleburn; Glover, George Dugdale, 53 Greens
Hacking road, Caringbah; Hoyle, Keith Richard, 30 Haig
street, Wentworthville; Hudson, Francis Stanley, 9 Glenhaven
Medley-street, Gulgong; Ince, Donald Stanley, 709 Barren
Guildford; Lowger, Ernest James, 3 Rowland-avenue, Liver
Studley Park, Narellan; Runagall, Donald Alan, 5 Catherine
pool; Crawford, Andrew Duff, Tooloogan Vale, Scone; Dick-
Sackville-street, Ingleburn; Glover, George Dugdale, 53 Greens-
Hacking road, Caringbah; Hoyle, Keith Richard, 30 Haig-
street, Wentworthville; Hudson, Francis Stanley, 9 Glenhaven-
Medley-street, Gulgong; Ince, Donald Stanley, 709 Barren-
Guildford; Lowger, Ernest James, 3 Rowland-avenue, Liver-
Studley Park, Narellan; Runagall, Donald Alan, 5 Catherine-
APPOINTMENTS Chief Secretary's Department (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 14 February 1964 [Issue No.17] page 519 2017-06-13 23:17 THE Governor-in-Council has approved of the undermen
Crawford, John Ormonde, Petty Sessions Office, Wollon
poration, Queanbeyan; Moffatt, William Joseph, Common
Cowie, George Muir, "Braemar", 16 Castlereagh-street, Liver
THE Governor-in-Council has approved of the undermen-
Crawford, John Ormonde, Petty Sessions Office, Wollon-
poration, Queanbeyan; Moffatt, William Joseph, Common-
Cowie, George Muir, "Braemar", 16 Castlereagh-street, Liver-
APPROVAL OF AITER-AUCTION PURCHASES. (Government Gazette Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Saturday 21 January 1905 [Issue No.38 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 430 2017-06-13 23:04 8 0 0
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