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1 JohnWarren 5,827,679
2 noelwoodhouse 3,924,399
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,329,475
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,785
...
251 aileth 204,108
252 espee8800 204,069
253 ChrisHair 203,985
254 Araminta27 203,257
255 AndewJohn 202,444
256 sherrylac 200,845

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September 2019 187
August 2019 203
July 2019 205
June 2019 2,243
May 2019 10,884
April 2019 8,569
March 2019 15,587
February 2019 12,298
January 2019 4,772
December 2018 3,818
November 2018 2,938
October 2018 16,770
September 2018 12,202
August 2018 13,542
July 2018 13,030
June 2018 14,562
May 2018 9,164
April 2018 2,387
March 2018 707
February 2018 310
January 2018 299
December 2017 142
September 2017 239
August 2017 169
June 2017 56
May 2017 1,166
February 2017 67
January 2017 1,979
November 2016 692
October 2016 4,297
September 2016 2,723
August 2016 3,040
July 2016 2,828
June 2016 1,462
May 2016 1,489
April 2016 4,244
March 2016 3,006
February 2016 1,923
January 2016 2,097
November 2015 340
October 2015 748
September 2015 2,375
August 2015 1,065
July 2015 1,425
June 2015 2,064
May 2015 2,715
April 2015 1,978
March 2015 6,077
February 2015 2,120
January 2015 1,066
December 2014 1,364
November 2014 1,249
September 2014 33
July 2014 280
June 2014 168
February 2014 133
January 2014 137
December 2013 39
November 2013 244
October 2013 887
September 2013 454

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,827,477
2 noelwoodhouse 3,924,399
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,329,454
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,772
...
249 aileth 204,108
250 espee8800 204,069
251 ChrisHair 203,985
252 Araminta27 203,257
253 AndewJohn 202,444
254 krutli 200,759

203,257 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 187
August 2019 203
July 2019 205
June 2019 2,243
May 2019 10,884
April 2019 8,569
March 2019 15,587
February 2019 12,298
January 2019 4,772
December 2018 3,818
November 2018 2,938
October 2018 16,770
September 2018 12,202
August 2018 13,542
July 2018 13,030
June 2018 14,562
May 2018 9,164
April 2018 2,387
March 2018 707
February 2018 310
January 2018 299
December 2017 142
September 2017 239
August 2017 169
June 2017 56
May 2017 1,166
February 2017 67
January 2017 1,979
November 2016 692
October 2016 4,297
September 2016 2,723
August 2016 3,040
July 2016 2,828
June 2016 1,462
May 2016 1,489
April 2016 4,244
March 2016 3,006
February 2016 1,923
January 2016 2,097
November 2015 340
October 2015 748
September 2015 2,375
August 2015 1,065
July 2015 1,425
June 2015 2,064
May 2015 2,715
April 2015 1,978
March 2015 6,077
February 2015 2,120
January 2015 1,066
December 2014 1,364
November 2014 1,249
September 2014 33
July 2014 280
June 2014 168
February 2014 133
January 2014 137
December 2013 39
November 2013 244
October 2013 887
September 2013 454

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 23 September 1927 [Issue No.18,683] page 1 2019-09-10 16:55 Albert, dearly beloved' eldest son of
GIBSON.-On September 22, 1927, at
Melbourne, AVilliam James, husband of
.Lilian G. Gibson, and eldest son of the
; late Hon. AV. G. Gibson, M.L.C., Hobart.
WAUGH.-On September 21,. 1027, at
Hotel, . Macquario Street; Mary Ann j
Hilda, dearly beloved1 wife of the late
Neil Waugh, and beloved daughter of i
Mclbourno and Albury papers please
' CLIFFORD.-Funeral of tho lato Mr.
.j' .Looi.ü.r'.V Albert Clifford, oil- $>-çava'
Crodky will arrive at . Coptiington
Cemetery.This Day (Friday), <ft 2 p.m.
Tel. 270. 1GS-170 Collins Street.
FOGARTY.-Funeral of the late Master
WAUGH.-Funeral ot tho la te Mrs. Mary
Ann Hilda Waugh, of tho Duke ot
? Friday (This Day), at 10 a.m., arriving
. Vat Cornelian Bay Cemetery at 10.30
'à.ni. . ..
.168-170 Collins Street. Telephone 270.
FORSTER. - In loving memory of Pri-
COFFEY.-In sad and loving memory
l'ort Esperance, September I'S, 1918.
Tho fondest our hearts can frame,
Wo lovo and think ot you always,
Always deep down in oifr hearts,
MILEY.-In fond and loving memory of
Ho has taken his Inst long journey
To a homo of eternal rest.
"Hs sweet to know we'll meet again,
And that the one wo loved so dear
Inserted by lils loving father, mother,
mour, wish to tender their sincero
Personal expressions of sympathy in tho
«udden sad loss ot their darling little
Mr. C. AV. Smith, ot Beach Farm, Hythe,
wishes to sincerely thank ' all kind
friends (especially those of Hy tl.-1* and
thanking Sister Ar. Taylor and Nurse
Albert, dearly beloved eldest son of
GIBSON.—On September 22, 1927, at
Melbourne, William James, husband of
Lilian G. Gibson, and eldest son of the
late Hon. W. G. Gibson, M.L.C., Hobart.
WAUGH—-On September 21, 1927, at
Hotel, Macquarie Street; Mary Ann
Hilda, dearly beloved wife of the late
Neil Waugh, and beloved daughter of
Melbourne and Albury papers please
CLIFFORD.—Funeral of the late Mr.
Leonard Albert Clifford, of Stream
Creek will arrive at Coppington
Cemetery.This Day (Friday), at 2 p.m.
Tel. 270. 168-170 Collins Street.
FOGARTY.—Funeral of the late Master
WAUGH.—Funeral of the late Mrs. Mary
Ann Hilda Waugh, of the Duke of
Friday (This Day), at 10 a.m., arriving
at Cornelian Bay Cemetery at 10.30
a.m.
168-170 Collins Street. Telephone 270.
FORSTER. — In loving memory of Pri-
COFFEY.—In sad and loving memory
Port Esperance, September 23, 1918.
The fondest our hearts can frame,
We love and think of you always,
Always deep down in our hearts,
MILEY.—In fond and loving memory of
He has taken his last long journey
To a home of eternal rest.
'Tis sweet to know we'll meet again,
And that the one we loved so dear
Inserted by his loving father, mother,
mour, wish to tender their sincere
Personal expressions of sympathy in the
sudden sad loss of their darling little
Mr. C. W. Smith, of Beach Farm, Hythe,
wishes to sincerely thank all kind
friends (especially those of Hythe) and
thanking Sister V. Taylor and Nurse
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 24 February 1928 [Issue No.18,815] page 1 2019-09-10 16:47 DEEGAN.-On 23rd February, 1928, at
RANDALL.-On 17th February, to Mr.
BARRY-McLEOD -On February 24,
BERRY.-On February 22, 1928, at Ho-
HONNER.-On February 23, 1928, at
SMITH.-On February 23, 1928, at Both-
BERRY.-Funeral of the late Mr. Her-
HONNER.-Funeral of the late Mr.
ROGERS.-Funeral of the late Mrs.
SMITH.-Friends are respectfully in-
GRIFFITHS.-In loving memory of my
MARSH.-In loving remembrance of our
NASH.-In loving memory of my dear
NASH.-In loving memory of our dear
DEEGAN.—On 23rd February, 1928, at
RANDALL.—On 17th February, to Mr.
BARRY-McLEOD —On February 24,
BERRY.—On February 22, 1928, at Ho-
HONNER.—On February 23, 1928, at
SMITH.—On February 23, 1928, at Both-
BERRY.—Funeral of the late Mr. Her-
HONNER.—Funeral of the late Mr.
ROGERS.—Funeral of the late Mrs.
SMITH.—Friends are respectfully in-
GRIFFITHS.—In loving memory of my
MARSH.—In loving remembrance of our
NASH.—In loving memory of my dear
NASH.—In loving memory of our dear
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 23 November 1925 [Issue No.18,118] page 1 2019-09-10 16:45 ALLEN. -On November 14, 1925, At No.
CURRIE. - On November 21, at 27 Runny-
MORGAN. -On November 16th, 1925, at
READ. -On November 21st, 1925, at
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Head, of Ellendale :
BELBIN. - On Sunday, November 22,
CURTAIN. -At New Town, on her
NOWLES. -On November 22, 1925, at the
NEWTON. -On November 22nd, 1925, at
PEACOCK. -On November 22nd, at Edin-
RANSOM. -On November 21st, 1925, at
STANDALOFT. - On November 22nd,
THORNE. -On November 22, 1925, at New
BELBIN. -Friends are respectfully in-
ber 24, at 3 o'clock, arriving at tho Cam-
FOWLES. - Funeral of the late Mrs.
NEWTON. -Friends are respectfully in-
RANSOM. -Friends are respectfully in-
STANDALOFT. - Friends are respect
more from his late residence. No. 337
THORNE. -Funeral of the late Mr.
ALLEN. —On November 14, 1925, At No.
CURRIE. — On November 21, at 27 Runny-
FORD.—-On November 22, at their resid-
MORGAN. —On November 16th, 1925, at
READ. —On November 21st, 1925, at
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Read, of Ellendale :
BELBIN. — On Sunday, November 22,
CURTAIN. —At New Town, on her
FOWLES. —On November 22, 1925, at the
NEWTON. —On November 22nd, 1925, at
PEACOCK. —On November 22nd, at Edin-
RANSOM. —On November 21st, 1925, at
STANDALOFT. — On November 22nd,
THORNE. —On November 22, 1925, at New
BELBIN. —Friends are respectfully in-
ber 24, at 3 o'clock, arriving at the Cam-
FOWLES. — Funeral of the late Mrs.
NEWTON. —Friends are respectfully in-
RANSOM. —Friends are respectfully in-
STANDALOFT. — Friends are respect
move from his late residence. No. 337
Argyle-street, at 10 o'clock To-morrow
THORNE. —Funeral of the late Mr.
WEEK-END ACCIDENTS BOY STRUCK BY MOTOR CAR. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 31 October 1927 [Issue No.18,715] page 6 2019-09-10 16:40 As tile result of being struck by a
passing motor cnr, driven by Mr. H.
Smith, aged 11 years, residing with lils
where ho was to attend a service for
had alighted at the Maynole Inn stop,
the tram as far as tho church, telling
down and nllow him to get off. It ifa
to a stop, and as the boy steppod out
accident, but the car was almost on tin
Tho boy's condition at a late hour Iuki
Harold Edward Young was knocke«1.
treatment at tlio Public Hospital, bia
As the result of being struck by a
passing motor car, driven by Mr. H.
Smith, aged 11 years, residing with his
where he was to attend a service for
had alighted at the Maypole Inn stop,
the tram as far as the church, telling
down and allow him to get off. It is
to a stop, and as the boy stepped out
accident, but the car was almost on the
The boy's condition at a late hour last
Harold Edward Young was knocked
treatment at the Public Hospital, but
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 19 March 1927 [Issue No.18,524] page 1 2019-09-10 16:36 BONIWELL.-On March ll, at St. Ste-
B. Boniwcll, a son.
KENNA -On March 14, 1927, at the Cot-
WORSLEY-On March 18, at Manitoba
WHATUATJL.-At Hobart, on the 12th
. twin sons (Max Henry and Hex Albert).
'? Nurse Price in attendance.
MOYLE.--On March 18, 1927. at his resi-
MOYLE.---The funeral of Mr. John Moyle
CANTWELL.-In sad and loving memory
Years roll on, but memory lasts; A
FARRELL.-In loving memory of my
JAMES.-In loving memory of my dear
Hon and..uncle, Lance-Corporal Joseph
Tho dearest spot on earth to ns,
JAMES.-In loving memory of my dear
brother, Lancc-Corporal Joseph Roy
James, late; 12th Batt., A.I.F., ' who-was
called to rest on March 20, 1021.
Since our great sorrow* fell;
Still in our hearts .we mourh the loss
Of tho brother we loved so-well.
We think of you each dny.dcar Joe,
With grief that isdeep and true, , 4
No one knowe the silent heartache, .
That makes us long for you. ?'?
> Inserted by his loving sister and brother
two little nieces. Ena' and Josie."
JAMES.-In loving memory of our dear
1921. . . -: ' .' '; '
Swift and sudden waa tho_ parting,
We could, not think his life was: ended
Inserted' by his loving brother, G.
James, and nephews Roy and John. '
PELHAM.-In- loving memory of "our dear
son and brother^ Samuel, who departed
this lifo on March 19, 1012, in his 31st
J'car.'
Fond are tho ties that aro broken, ,
father, Mary and Saïmiel l'elhnm, brothers
mid sisters, and daughter Lola.
ct Baden, wish to return thanks to ail
and Moral tributes during their rocont
sad bereavement in the loss o£ their
only dear little daughter und sister. Will
all nlcase accept this as a personal ack-
friends for letters, telegrams, Doral tri-
unfes, and personal expressions of sympa-
thy in the loss of lier darling little
daughter,. Allie. Especially thanking Mr.
o: Westerway, for their kindness.
BONIWELL.—On March 11, at St. Ste-
B. Boniwell, a son.
KENNA.—On March 14, 1927, at the Cot-
WORSLEY.—On March 18, at Manitoba
WHATHALL.—At Hobart, on the 12th
twin sons (Max Henry and Hex Albert).
Nurse Price in attendance.
MOYLE.—On March 18, 1927. at his resi-
MOYLE.—The funeral of Mr. John Moyle
CANTWELL.—In sad and loving memory
Years roll on, but memory lasts;
FARRELL.—In loving memory of my
JAMES.—In loving memory of my dear
Hon and uncle, Lance-Corporal Joseph
The dearest spot on earth to us,
JAMES.—In loving memory of my dear
brother, Lance-Corporal Joseph Roy
James, late; 12th Batt., A.I.F., who was
called to rest on March 20, 1921.
Since our great sorrow fell;
Still in our hearts we mourn the loss
Of the brother we loved so well.
We think of you each day, dear Joe,
With grief that is deep and true,
No one knows the silent heartache,
That makes us long for you.
Inserted by his loving sister and brother
two little nieces, Ena and Josie.
JAMES.—In loving memory of our dear
1921.
Swift and sudden was the parting,
We could, not think his life was ended
Inserted by his loving brother, G.
James, and nephews Roy and John.
PELHAM.—In loving memory of our dear
son and brother, Samuel, who departed
this life on March 19, 1912, in his 31st
year.
Fond are the ties that are broken, ,
father, Mary and Samuel Pelham, brothers
and sisters, and daughter Lola.
of Baden, wish to return thanks to ail
and floral tributes during their recent
sad bereavement in the loss of their
only dear little daughter and sister. Will
all please accept this as a personal ack-
friends for letters, telegrams, floral tri-
butes, and personal expressions of sympa-
thy in the loss of her darling little
daughter, Allie. Especially thanking Mr.
of Westerway, for their kindness.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 24 October 1925 [Issue No.18,093] page 1 2019-09-10 16:15 ADCOCK.-On October 18, 1925, at
Hospital, 4u Argyle-street, New Town,
on October 18, 1Ö25, to Mr. and Mrs
Ernest Jameson, <ot Seymour-etrect,
McMASTER.-On October 18, 192?, at
roa'd: a daughter (Winifred Eileen).
MUSSON.-On October 22, at Nurse Mun-
PICKEN.-On October 21, at the Queen
ULBRICK.-On October 18, 1925, at
WHITE.-On October ll, at 76 Alexander
LYTTLETON-PERRIER.-On August 1,
SCHOFIELD-LARGE.-On September
bourne, by thc Rev. Collins, Alfred,
second sou of Mr. and Mrs. Schofield,
to Elsie, fifth . daughter of R. and tho
WALCH-JOHNSON.-On September 8,
BENNETT-EVANS.-At Congregational
BUTLER.-At Sydney, on October 22,
CUPIT.-On October 23, 1925, at his late
SMITH. - On October 23, 1925, at pri-
Catherine Smith, of 46 6t. George's Ter-1
TODD.-On October 23, 1925, at his resi-
WRIGHT. - On October 23, 1925, at
daughter of tho late Stephen P. ll.
CUPIT.-Funeral of the late William
inst., at 2.30 p;m., for the Methodist
168-170 Colljnjs-stroot. 'Phone 270.
PRIEST. - Friends of the lat« Miss Edna
Isabell Prieat are respectfully invited
WelKngton-street, North Hobart, on I
Saturday Afternoon (Thia Day), at 3.30
for Cornelian Bay Cemetery. I
CLARK BROS..
Funeral Directors. .
IT Argyle-otroct. 'Phone 1077.1
SMITH. - Funeral of the late Mr. John
Undertakers. "
TODD.-Interment of the late Mr. Thomas
from the Hobart Wharf on arrival of thc
VS. Kangaroo from Bellerive at 2 p.m.,
*ALEX.' CLARK AND SON LTD.,
Tel. 270. 1C8-170 Collinfrstrect.
ADCOCK—On October 18, 1925, at
Hospital, 413 Argyle-street, New Town,
JAMESON.—- At St. Stephen's Hospital,
on October 18, 1925, to Mr. and Mrs
Ernest Jameson, of Seymour-street,
McMASTER.—On October 18, 192?, at
road: a daughter (Winifred Eileen).
MUSSON.—On October 22, at Nurse Mun-
PICKEN.—On October 21, at the Queen
ULBRICK.—On October 18, 1925, at
WHITE.—On October 11, at 76 Alexander
LYTTLETON—PERRIER.—On August 1,
SCHOFIELD—LARGE.—On September
bourne, by the Rev. Collins, Alfred,
second son of Mr. and Mrs. Schofield,
to Elsie, fifth daughter of R. and the
WALCH—JOHNSON.—On September 8,
BENNETT—EVANS.—At Congregational
BUTLER.—At Sydney, on October 22,
CUPIT.—On October 23, 1925, at his late
PRIEST.—- On October 23, at her parents'
SMITH. — On October 23, 1925, at pri-
Catherine Smith, of 46 6t. George's Ter-
TODD.—On October 23, 1925, at his resi-
WRIGHT. — On October 23, 1925, at
daughter of the late Stephen P. H.
CUPIT.—Funeral of the late William
inst., at 2.30 p.m., for the Methodist
168-170 Collins-street. 'Phone 270.
PRIEST. — Friends of the late Miss Edna
Isabell Priest are respectfully invited
Wellington-street, North Hobart, on
Saturday Afternoon (This Day), at 3.30
for Cornelian Bay Cemetery.
CLARK BROS.
Funeral Directors.
17 Argyle-street. 'Phone 1077.
SMITH. — Funeral of the late Mr. John
Undertakers.
TODD.—Interment of the late Mr. Thomas
from the Hobart Wharf on arrival of the
P.S. Kangaroo from Bellerive at 2 p.m.,
ALEX. CLARK AND SON LTD.,
Tel. 270. 168-170 Collins-street.

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