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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,827,679
2 noelwoodhouse 3,924,504
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,330,168
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,785
...
225 zeps 224,486
226 rjaffrey 223,618
227 Lemp 223,057
228 Amen 222,322
229 robynnnekb 221,459
230 qhere 220,222

222,322 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 4,510
October 2019 11,911
September 2019 19,111
August 2019 7,674
July 2019 14,706
June 2019 15,490
May 2019 16,798
April 2019 21,321
March 2019 9,974
February 2019 9,496
January 2019 8,581
December 2018 7,614
November 2018 8,081
October 2018 10,767
September 2018 2,072
August 2018 36
July 2018 593
June 2018 2,335
May 2018 5,603
April 2018 9,073
March 2018 16,696
February 2018 15,573
January 2018 4,307

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,827,477
2 noelwoodhouse 3,924,504
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,330,147
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,772
...
223 zeps 224,467
224 mollyzmum 224,330
225 rjaffrey 223,618
226 Amen 222,044
227 qhere 220,222
228 robynnnekb 220,022

222,044 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 4,486
October 2019 11,910
September 2019 19,007
August 2019 7,650
July 2019 14,706
June 2019 15,462
May 2019 16,757
April 2019 21,307
March 2019 9,967
February 2019 9,489
January 2019 8,553
December 2018 7,614
November 2018 8,081
October 2018 10,767
September 2018 2,072
August 2018 36
July 2018 593
June 2018 2,335
May 2018 5,603
April 2018 9,073
March 2018 16,696
February 2018 15,573
January 2018 4,307

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 135,231
3 mickbrook 111,230
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,528
...
192 be4french 283
193 one-Peter-one-verse-twenty-four 283
194 TessieMelle 279
195 Amen 278
196 Fernando147 276
197 jlally 275

278 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 24
October 2019 1
September 2019 104
August 2019 24
June 2019 28
May 2019 41
April 2019 14
March 2019 7
February 2019 7
January 2019 28


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 12 December 1940 [Issue No.32,123] page 6 2019-11-19 02:41 ÖAVIS.ON - Thte Relativ -s und I neilds of
Í REDERICK DAVISON and SON PUTER
beloved WITT, and his dear MOTHER Elhcl I
pvoMOHOL - Hie Relatives and I rlrnd of Mrs
I ' J\MES DONOHOL and FAMILY arc klndlv
DUNNL-The Relative» and rrlends of thi lal"
WIM TAM HAROLD DUNNE late of IbOi Albion
D~WYER -Tin moitul lemnins of the lair
THOMAR DVIYFR ol 19 Spit Road Mo-man
FLEMING - The Relatives and Friends of Mr and
the Funeral of their beloved MOTHER Johanna,
FROST - The Relatives ano rrlei fis of Hie
if 1 irli leprl I'"' TAT'irr lo leivr mir 1
GOLDING - The Relatives and Friends of the
GOLDING - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.
SISTER and their AUNT Isabella Theresa; to
H Jfí£.,"rTI'c RfliUvts and Friends of Mr"
J- «- ARTHUR HILLS and FAMILY of 41 Moll!
luneial of his beloved WIFE and their MOTHFR
Matilda to leave St Pntilrks Chuirh Koraiah
l-r^PP0.'^ - r'"" Relatives and Friends of Mi
i« iT?. w v?,"'1 NIEÍD ""n""'1» Margaret Rulh
»TE?^5ifs- ahc »elatnea end Filcnds or Mrs'
Ind MDríaií» ^Aiîîi 'EFFRIES of Deewhy a
rhiîSi «gd their FAIHLR James In le ive our
JEFFRIES-The Relatives and Friends of Mr
beloved BROTHER and UNCLE James Jcttilcs
I AUGHNAN-Ihe Relntivcs end I-rlrnds of Mrs
l-J MARI ANN LAUGHNAN of 1 Alcxandci
Funeral of her late biloied HUSBAND William
Lnughnan to leave Hit Church of Mary Iitima
TAWSON-The Relatives and Fiends of Mr
«-< and Mrn ARTHUR LAWSON rre Invited In
DAUOHTLR, Patricia lawson lo Inve 45 Jilnk
I ORKING -The Relatives and Filcnds of thi
?j late WALTER HORICr LORK1NG nie kindly
T ORKING -COURT PRINCE OI WALLS
of their lale Bro WALTER HORICE LORKI\G
MERCER- Thp Rplntlves and fílenos of the
family of (he late LUCY JANF MFRCIR are
MOTHER to leave the Prívale Chanel of Motor
M
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DAUGhTLR and SISTER Marilyn Ann to leave
MOUST\KA-The Relatives and Trlcno of the
late LFONITHER MOUSTAKA (late of Thli
rouli arc inilted to al lend lils Funeral to lean
MURRW-The Relatives and rrlends of
attend the runeral of their dcarlv loved MOTHTR
Enily Ellzahith Murray to Icaie the Klnscla
-JEILIS - The Relatives and ti'ends of Ms
> ALICE NELLIE late of Leichhardt Mr and
GRANDFATHER Trank Neills to leave his late
VELL1S-The Relatives and Tilcnds of Mis i
GREAT UNCLE Franl Neills (see ramlly Notid
VEWPORT-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs
1> KATT NFV,POrr nnd FAMILY are Invited to
and (heir dear FATHER William robinson Ney
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,LSFN-Tlu Relatives and I rlend of the latr
vV JOHN THOMAS OI SEN lire invited lo attend
PILLMAN -The Relatives and Friends of Mr. J.
ROSS-The Relatives and Friends of Mr and
IATHER William John Ross to leave
VJMIIH ihe I mitral nf the late JOHN IHOMA6
>7 SMITH ol Harboid will leave our Chanel
SNODGRASS Tue Relatives md F1 lends ol Ihr
late Ml EDITH MARGVRET SNODGRASS arr
invlud to attend hei Funeral to leave her lill-
ies! leuce The Pines Albion Pnrk THIS THURS
DAY ii ih um for Prcsbvlcrlan Cemetery
TÄLLFY The runcial of I e late JFSSIE MA!
ST ML Y late of Bil Ida =tatlon Bourke will
WEIDNER.- The Relatives and Friends of the
7HFIKLFR -lhe felallves and I rlci ds of Hu
S"
NVláte JOSEPH JAMFS WHFELLR ale udllsrd
DAVISON.—Thte Relativ -s und I neilds of
FREDERICK DAVISON and SON PETER
beloved WITT, and his dear MOTHER, Elhel; to
DONOHOE.—Tie Relatives and Frlrnd of Mrs
JAMES DONOHOE and FAMILY arc klndlv
DUNNE.—The Relative» and Frlends of thi lal"
WILLIAM HAROLD DUNNE late of IbOi Albion
DWYER.—Tin moitul lemnins of the lair
THOMAS DWYER ol 19 Spit Road Mo-man
FLEMING.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr and
the Funeral of their beloved MOTHER, Johanna;
FROST.—The Relatives ano Frleifis of Hie
if 1 irli leprl FATHER lo leivr mir 1
GOLDING.—The Relatives and Friends of the
GOLDING.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.
SISTER and their AUNT, Isabella Theresa; to
HILLS.—TIc RfliUvts and Friends of Mr.
ARTHUR HILLS and FAMILY of 45 Moll!
luneial of his beloved WIFE and their MOTHER,
Matilda; to leave St Pntilrks Chuirh Koraiah
HISCOCKS.—Tr" Relatives and Friends of Mi
i« iT?. w v?,"'1 NIECE, Pamela Margaret Ruth;
JEFFRIES.—Thc Relatnea end Filcnds or Mrs.
EDITH GEORGINA JEFFRIES, of Deewhy, a
rhiîSi «gd their FATHER, James; In leive our
JEFFRIES.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr
beloved BROTHER and UNCLE, James Jeffries;
LAUGHNAN.—the Relntivcs end frlrnds of Mrs
MARy ANN LAUGHNAN of 1 Alcxandci
Funeral of her late biloied HUSBAND, William
Laughnan; to leave Hit Church of Mary Iitima
LAWSON.—The Relatives and Fiends of Mr
and Mrn ARTHUR LAWSON rre Invited In
DAUOHTLR, Patricia Lawson; lo Inve 45 Jilnk
LORKING.—The Relatives and Filcnds of thi
late WALTER HORICE LORKING nie kindly
LORKING. -COURT PRINCE OI WALLS
of their lale Bro WALTER HORICE LORKING.
MERCER.—Thp Rplntlves and fílenos of the
family of (he late LUCY JANE MERCER are
MOTHER; to leave the Prívale Chanel of Motor
MILLER. -The Reh tlves and Filcnds
DAUGhTLR and SISTER, Marilyn Ann; to leave
MOUSTAKA.-The Relatives and Trlcno of the
late LEONITHER MOUSTAKA (late of Thli
roul) arc inilted to al lend lils Funeral to lean
MURRAY.—The Relatives and Frlends of
attend the runeral of their dcarlv loved MOTHER,
Emily Elizabeth Murray; to Icaie the Klnscla
NELLIS.—The Relatives and Ftiends of Ms
ALICE NELLIE late of Leichhardt Mr and
GRANDFATHER, Frank Nellis; to leave his late
NELLIS.—The Relatives and Tilcnds of Mis i
GREAT UNCLE, Frank Nellis (see ramlly Notid
NEWPORT.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs
KATT NFV,POrr nnd FAMILY are Invited to
and (heir dear FATHER, William Robinson Newport,

OLSEN.—Tlu Relatives and I rlend of the latr
JOHN THOMAS OLSEN lire invited lo attend
PILLMAN. -The Relatives and Friends of Mr. J.
ROSS.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr and
FATHER, William John Ross; to leave
SMITH.—The Fmitral nf the late JOHN THOMAS
SMITH, ol Harboid will leave our Chanel
SNODGRASS.—The Relatives and Friends of the
late Mrs. EDITH MARGARET SNODGRASS are
invited to attend her Funeral; to leave her late
residence, The Pines, Albion Park, THIS THURS-
DAY, ii ih um for Prcsbvlcrlan Cemetery
STALLEY.—The Funcial of I e late JESSIE MAY
STALLEY, late of Bil Ida =tatlon Bourke will
WEIDNER.—The Relatives and Friends of the
WHEELER.—The Relallves and Frlcids of Hu

láte JOSEPH JAMES WHEELER ale udllsrd
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 12 December 1940 [Issue No.32,123] page 6 2019-11-19 02:23 KEEP.-December 10, 1940, at Broughton, Bur-
KEEP.—December 10, 1940, at Broughton, Bur-
THE TURF : COMMENTS AND GOSSIP A Record Year. (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 8 January 1913 [Issue No.41] page 28 2019-11-19 02:11 Maiden Plate, that James Seily could get him near his
Maiden Plate, that James Siely could get him near his
SPORTING Turf Flotsam and Jetsam (Article), Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925), Thursday 19 September 1912 [Issue No.2982] page 41 2019-11-19 02:09 Hartfell is trained by James Seily, who Is invariably
very
successful in
Ms
Melbourne
Several of the cracks nominated for Satur-j
day' s Mentone Cup were -on' the course, <but owing
to tiie rain and heavy going it was deemed
Hartfell is trained by James Siely, who is invariably
very successful in his Melbourne
Several of the cracks nominated for Satur-
to the rain and heavy going it was deemed
No Title (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Thursday 15 March 1934 [Issue No.4027] page 7 2019-11-19 02:08 owned by Mr. James Seily, of West-
owned by Mr. James Siely, of West-
No Title (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Thursday 15 March 1934 [Issue No.4027] page 7 2019-11-19 01:59 TANGO.-Tho clever little spaniel
owno I by 1Mr. James Scily, cf Wcst
crn-strect, Harris Park.
Photo. by WI. Grahnlm
TANGO.—The clever little spaniel
owned by Mr. James Seily, of West-
ern-street, Harris Park.
Photo by W. Graham
ITEMS OF SPORT. (Article), The Dead Bird (Sydney, NSW : 1889 - 1891), Saturday 19 July 1890 [Issue No.53] page 7 2019-11-18 04:42 At tho Hon. James White's funeral there
was not a large crowd: But the weather —
'well, a tornado was a fool to it.
At the Hon. James White's funeral there
was not a large crowd. But the weather —
well, a tornado was a fool to it.
SOCIAL AND GENERAL ITEMS. ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL GOSSIP, ETC. (Article), Illustrated Sydney News (NSW : 1881 - 1894), Saturday 19 July 1890 [Issue No.15] page 7 2019-11-18 04:40 * rn
The funeral of the Hon. James "White,
so well known in . consequence of his
Ile was interred in the family vault at
*
. 18 pleasant; to 1 ' any of the' meiubers
coming" into notice, and drawing some of
* *
The funeral of the Hon. James White,
so well known in consequence of his
He was interred in the family vault at
is pleasant to find any of the members
coming into notice, and drawing some of
The Late Hon. James White, M.L.C. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 19 July 1890 [Issue No.1567] page 143 2019-11-18 04:28 despite the best, medical skill he succumbed to his old
W. C. Wentworth. 'This was a large freehold estate on the
Waverly Estate, which was adjoining. Everyone of
made upon all of these properties. Mr. While was
benefit of his health, and also if possible to witness, the
placed. In addition to Chester's wins at Femington the
— The Champion Stakes, by Matchlock (1880), Trident
(1857), and Abercorn (1888) ; Derby, by Martini-
(1883), and Acme (1885) ; Melbourne Cup, by Mar- j
tini- Henry (1883) ; Oak-, by Sapphire (1880), Ural's
(1885), and Spice (1839) ; Newmarket Handicap, by
Carlyon (1888). and Dreadnought (1890) ; St.
Trident (1837), Abercorn (1888), Volley (1889), and
Stakes, by Democrat. (1878), the Pontiff (1880), and
(l884), Uralla (1885), Volley (1883), and Rudolph
Narelian — both sons of Chester— to England last year,
despite the best medical skill he succumbed to his old
W. C. Wentworth. This was a large freehold estate on the
Waverly Estate, which was adjoining. Every one of
made upon all of these properties. Mr. White was
benefit of his health, and also if possible to witness the
placed. In addition to Chester's wins at Flemington the
— The Champion Stakes, by Matchlock (1886), Trident
(1887), and Abercorn (1888) ; Derby, by Martini-
(1883), and Acme (1885) ; Melbourne Cup, by Mar-
tini-Henry (1883) ; Oak, by Sapphire (1880), Uralla
(1885), and Spice (1889) ; Newmarket Handicap, by
Carlyon (1888), and Dreadnought (1890) ; St.
Trident (1887), Abercorn (1888), Volley (1889), and
Stakes, by Democrat (1878), the Pontiff (1880), and
(l884), Uralla (1885), Volley (1888), and Rudolph
Narellan — both sons of Chester — to England last year,
Recent WEDDINGS. Mowbray—Ward (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 30 November 1939 [Issue No.6851] page 5 2019-11-18 03:12 ?k * *
T?OR her marriage to Mr. Douglas
A Norton, at St. Peter's Church,
wore a lovely blue satin-backed ro
she carried a bouquet of white gar
of blue lace. The corsages were slight
TvTOVEMBER LILIES decorated the
* * *
For her marriage to Mr. Douglas
Norton, at St. Peter's Church,
wore a lovely blue satin-backed ro-
she carried a bouquet of white gar-
of blue lace. The corsages were slight-
NOVEMBER LILIES decorated the

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