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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,952,996
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,929
3 NeilHamilton 3,461,321
4 DonnaTelfer 3,408,213
5 Rhonda.M 3,361,731
...
1180 Rockingham12 34,600
1181 LynHudsonWilliamson 34,502
1182 LesleyWhite 34,478
1183 BethCodling 34,471
1184 anniespencer 34,451
1185 SJGibson 34,444

34,471 line(s) corrected.

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February 2020 34
January 2020 42
August 2019 3
June 2019 5
April 2019 4
March 2019 11
January 2019 11
November 2018 151
October 2018 58
June 2018 99
May 2018 93
March 2018 56
February 2018 34
January 2018 32
October 2017 58
September 2017 7
August 2017 91
July 2017 48
June 2017 19
May 2017 704
April 2017 74
February 2017 46
November 2016 45
October 2016 29
September 2016 169
August 2016 370
July 2016 177
June 2016 281
May 2016 591
April 2016 197
March 2016 485
February 2016 352
December 2015 8
November 2015 199
October 2015 193
September 2015 81
July 2015 61
June 2015 433
May 2015 271
April 2015 2
March 2015 7
February 2015 85
January 2015 86
December 2014 7
November 2014 46
August 2014 181
May 2014 13
April 2014 164
February 2014 113
January 2014 45
December 2013 40
November 2013 146
October 2013 242
September 2013 73
August 2013 147
July 2013 249
June 2013 817
May 2013 1,488
April 2013 174
March 2013 361
February 2013 29
January 2013 4
November 2012 240
October 2012 154
August 2012 426
May 2012 149
April 2012 197
March 2012 34
February 2012 2,474
January 2012 409
December 2011 420
November 2011 39
September 2011 27
August 2011 74
July 2011 1
April 2011 13
March 2011 793
February 2011 1,948
January 2011 4,250
December 2010 3,687
November 2010 668
October 2010 5
September 2010 187
August 2010 937
July 2010 1,605
June 2010 1,650
May 2010 1,241
April 2010 232
March 2010 359
February 2010 184
January 2010 1,576
November 2009 101
September 2009 14
July 2009 191
May 2009 45

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,952,794
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,929
3 NeilHamilton 3,461,192
4 DonnaTelfer 3,408,187
5 Rhonda.M 3,361,718
...
1175 Rockingham12 34,600
1176 thankyou 34,570
1177 LesleyWhite 34,478
1178 BethCodling 34,471
1179 anniespencer 34,451
1180 Paisley 34,426

34,471 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 34
January 2020 42
August 2019 3
June 2019 5
April 2019 4
March 2019 11
January 2019 11
November 2018 151
October 2018 58
June 2018 99
May 2018 93
March 2018 56
February 2018 34
January 2018 32
October 2017 58
September 2017 7
August 2017 91
July 2017 48
June 2017 19
May 2017 704
April 2017 74
February 2017 46
November 2016 45
October 2016 29
September 2016 169
August 2016 370
July 2016 177
June 2016 281
May 2016 591
April 2016 197
March 2016 485
February 2016 352
December 2015 8
November 2015 199
October 2015 193
September 2015 81
July 2015 61
June 2015 433
May 2015 271
April 2015 2
March 2015 7
February 2015 85
January 2015 86
December 2014 7
November 2014 46
August 2014 181
May 2014 13
April 2014 164
February 2014 113
January 2014 45
December 2013 40
November 2013 146
October 2013 242
September 2013 73
August 2013 147
July 2013 249
June 2013 817
May 2013 1,488
April 2013 174
March 2013 361
February 2013 29
January 2013 4
November 2012 240
October 2012 154
August 2012 426
May 2012 149
April 2012 197
March 2012 34
February 2012 2,474
January 2012 409
December 2011 420
November 2011 39
September 2011 27
August 2011 74
July 2011 1
April 2011 13
March 2011 793
February 2011 1,948
January 2011 4,250
December 2010 3,687
November 2010 668
October 2010 5
September 2010 187
August 2010 937
July 2010 1,605
June 2010 1,650
May 2010 1,241
April 2010 232
March 2010 359
February 2010 184
January 2010 1,576
November 2009 101
September 2009 14
July 2009 191
May 2009 45

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 2 May 1914 [Issue No.21,144] page 11 2020-02-02 16:16 I j t ill amur!.»I. I» li t II » l |>

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Paul's Church Camperdown by the Rev A D

Davies, M A, Hugh Geoffrey Coker, third son of
the Rev John and Mrs Adams Hampstead, London

to Marion Manifold, only daughter of the

Hon. and Mrs Chester Manifold, Talindert,
THE COBDEN TIMES AND HEYTESBURY ADVERTISER Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1914. Garnishee Proceedings. (Article), Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Wednesday 15 April 1914 [Issue No.15] page 2 2020-02-02 16:11 Mni/ifold, M.H.R., and Mrs. Manifold
P. G. 0. Adams (London) wa3
celobnited at St. Paul'a Church of
The bride was attended by Misso3
Manifold, I. McArtbur, nud 6wen
Willis, wearing eflootive frocks of pale
relief, and caps to match. Tboy
carried large muffo bordered with fur
aisle wero two little flower girls,
Misses Estelle Manifold and Join
AIcArtbur. The brido was gowned in
whi'te satin, showing a dull surface,
the bridal ttsin, which was court
flTiv'iJertiC ' '.Manifold supported the
bridegroom as best man. Mr. Nevett
THE
COBDEN TIMES
Manifold, M.H.R., and Mrs. Manifold
H. G. C. Adams (London) was
celebrated at St. Paul's Church of
The bride was attended by Misses
Manifold, I. McArthur, and 6wen
Willis, wearing eflective frocks of pale
relief, and caps to match. They
carried large muffs bordered with fur
aisle were two little flower girls,
Misses Estelle Manifold and Joan
McArthur. The bride was gowned in
white satin, showing a dull surface,
the bridal train, which was court
Mr Bertie.Manifold supported the
bridegroom as best man. Mr. Nevett and Mr Maxwell Bell acted as groomsmen.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 9 May 1914 [Issue No.2,510] page 60 2020-02-02 15:57 MAEEIAGES.
Paul's Church, Canipcrdbvm, by the Rev. A.. D.
'Davies, M.A., Hugh Geoffrey Coker, third Eon of
don, to Marion Manifold, only 'daughter of the
Hon. and' Mrs.- Chester Manifold, Talinelert, ;
Camperdown. (
MARRIAGES.
Paul's Church, Camperdown, by the Rev. A.. D.
Davies, M.A., Hugh Geoffrey Coker, third Son of
don, to Marion Manifold, only daughter of the
Hon. and' Mrs. Chester Manifold, Talindert, ;
Camperdown.
dence 391 Victoria parade, East Melbourne, Jane Ross, late of Maffra.
JUBILEE OF MR. J.L. CURRIE AT LARRA. (Article), Camperdown Chronicle (Vic. : 1877 - 1954), Saturday 28 April 1894 [Issue No.3334] page 2 2020-01-28 17:33 consisted 0f three huts, very correctly
consisted of three huts, very correctly
never met. Mr. Currie's regard
JUBILEE OF MR. J.L. CURRIE AT LARRA. (Article), Camperdown Chronicle (Vic. : 1877 - 1954), Saturday 28 April 1894 [Issue No.3334] page 2 2020-01-28 17:30 never met. Mr. Currie's .....
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never met. Mr. Currie's regard
bial. He was one of the ...'
JUBILEE OF MR. J.L. CURRIE AT LARRA. (Article), Camperdown Chronicle (Vic. : 1877 - 1954), Saturday 28 April 1894 [Issue No.3334] page 2 2020-01-28 17:29 portions of a second rate township; Geelong,
waa a small settlement; railways were v*<
mueiel here; Victoria was undreamt of as
is estimated at L500,000,000. All this
and enf«otf.ment into the property was not
I am save in saying there was Ktratly a
rol of fencing between this and Geelong,
Gully and the ■«■ «f»<k, ther being no
the oparation, when one of them was
attendance, Mr. Peter M'Arthur spoke a
and Mr. Carrie and he were now the sole
(Mr M'Arthur) could recollect the
waterless country. Tha grass plains were
as wide apart you could walk from
Eliphant Bridge (Dorrington). to Gee-
family, and also for Mr. M'Arthur and
well and feelingly read alond by Mr. Abel
tested game resulted in a victory for L,arra.
After the match on adjournment was
overr 100 guests had partaken of a
spelndid spread an excellent programme
read the ....... for
Mr. P. M'Arthur is one of the oldest
gratulated Mr. Ourrle on his ....
employees had been over 30 „years
Mr. Thomas Shaw also, ....
pleasure at being present. .....
privileged with the friendship of
Currie for over 40 years , ....
honorable and consistent ....
never met. Mr. Currie .....
speaker f«lt thai all mun k,,'
debted to Mr. and Mr. .....
enjoyment ef tha day.
The subsequent ball was ... ,
a success, and brought the ...
the day to a fitting close

was a small settlement; railways were no
mueied here; Victoria was undreamt of as
is estimated at £500,000,000. All this
and enf«offment into the property was not
I am safe in saying there was scarcely a
set of fencing between this and Geelong,
Gully and the main creek, there being no
the operation, when one of them was
attendance, Mr. Peter McArthur spoke a
and Mr. Currie and he were now the sole
(Mr McArthur) could recollect the
waterless country. The grass plants were
so wide apart you could walk from
Elephant Bridge (Darlington). to Gee-
family, and also for Mr. McArthur and
well and feelingly read aloud by Mr. Abel
tested game resulted in a victory for Larra.
After the match an adjournment was
over 100 guests had partaken of a
spendid spread an excellent programme
read the remembrances above for
Mr. P. McArthur as one of the oldest friends
of Mr. Currle congratulated Mr Currie on his ....
employees had been over 30 years on the
Mr. Thomas Shaw also acknowledged
pleasure at being present. He said he was
privileged with the friendship of Mr
Currie for over 40 years , a more
honorable and consistent man he had
never met. Mr. Currie's .....
speaker felt thai all must be in-
debted to Mr. and Mr.Currie for the
enjoyment of that day.
The subsequent ball was acknowledged
a success, and brought the proceedings of
the day to a fitting close.

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