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1 JohnWarren 4,869,606
2 noelwoodhouse 3,333,371
3 NeilHamilton 3,253,249
4 John.F.Hall 2,486,599
5 annmanley 2,279,207
...
1046 moodee 31,246
1047 ljp031 31,243
1048 russwood 31,242
1049 EJSue 31,187
1050 Fernando147 31,153
1051 jeanffrench 31,147

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February 2018 210
January 2018 242
December 2017 63
October 2017 31
September 2017 19
June 2017 634
May 2017 169
March 2017 122
February 2017 245
January 2017 380
December 2016 386
November 2016 688
October 2016 2
May 2016 21
April 2016 175
March 2016 611
February 2016 53
January 2016 40
December 2015 1
November 2015 63
October 2015 12
September 2015 6
August 2015 60
June 2015 41
May 2015 284
April 2015 154
March 2015 35
December 2014 52
November 2014 58
September 2014 140
August 2014 165
July 2014 6
June 2014 347
May 2014 7
February 2014 6
November 2013 281
October 2013 22
August 2013 6
July 2013 39
June 2013 307
April 2013 3
December 2012 692
November 2012 1,065
October 2012 49
September 2012 155
August 2012 465
July 2012 263
March 2012 606
February 2012 1,399
January 2012 313
November 2011 342
October 2011 243
September 2011 1,824
August 2011 1,475
July 2011 122
June 2011 2,339
May 2011 1,141
April 2011 1,173
March 2011 1,001
February 2011 11
January 2011 8
December 2010 209
November 2010 230
October 2010 1,702
September 2010 2,080
August 2010 1,350
July 2010 94
May 2010 223
April 2010 1,144
March 2010 943
February 2010 89
January 2010 345
December 2009 4
November 2009 70
October 2009 184
September 2009 82
August 2009 294
July 2009 137
June 2009 456
May 2009 679

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,869,553
2 noelwoodhouse 3,333,371
3 NeilHamilton 3,253,120
4 John.F.Hall 2,486,593
5 annmanley 2,279,137
...
1043 ljp031 31,243
1044 russwood 31,242
1045 jeanffrench 31,147
1046 EJSue 31,120
1047 turfonic 31,109
1048 luckylu 31,087

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February 2018 200
January 2018 227
December 2017 62
October 2017 27
September 2017 19
June 2017 634
May 2017 159
March 2017 122
February 2017 245
January 2017 380
December 2016 383
November 2016 664
October 2016 2
May 2016 21
April 2016 175
March 2016 611
February 2016 53
January 2016 40
December 2015 1
November 2015 63
October 2015 12
September 2015 6
August 2015 60
June 2015 41
May 2015 284
April 2015 154
March 2015 35
December 2014 52
November 2014 58
September 2014 140
August 2014 165
July 2014 6
June 2014 347
May 2014 7
February 2014 6
November 2013 281
October 2013 22
August 2013 6
July 2013 39
June 2013 307
April 2013 3
December 2012 692
November 2012 1,065
October 2012 49
September 2012 155
August 2012 465
July 2012 263
March 2012 606
February 2012 1,399
January 2012 313
November 2011 342
October 2011 243
September 2011 1,824
August 2011 1,475
July 2011 122
June 2011 2,339
May 2011 1,141
April 2011 1,173
March 2011 1,001
February 2011 11
January 2011 8
December 2010 209
November 2010 230
October 2010 1,702
September 2010 2,080
August 2010 1,350
July 2010 94
May 2010 223
April 2010 1,144
March 2010 943
February 2010 89
January 2010 345
December 2009 4
November 2009 70
October 2009 184
September 2009 82
August 2009 294
July 2009 137
June 2009 456
May 2009 679

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 112,208
2 mickbrook 101,047
3 murds5 61,555
4 PhilThomas 57,779
5 EricTheRed 20,242
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311 Spudsfriend 68
312 Atwork11 67
313 coombe.id.au 67
314 EJSue 67
315 hep1953 67
316 NevHolden 67

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February 2018 10
January 2018 15
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May 2017 10
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Miss Linda J. Eggins. (Article), The Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Tuesday 16 October 1951 page 4 2018-02-17 00:09 Grafton, died at her . resi
Commencing as a pup 1
Maclean, Dumbleton, Lismwe.
Miss Eggins bad a bright
Beresfield, ana the ashes were
Sh^is survived by lour sis
Grafton, died at her resi-
Commencing as a pupil
Maclean, Dumbleton, Lismore,
Miss Eggins had a bright
Beresfield, and the ashes were
She is survived by four sis-
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 29 September 1951 [Issue No.35,498] page 12 2018-02-16 23:59 teacher deceased Application will
tile last Will a id Testament dated
12th September 1945 of the aboie
nomed deceosed may be granted to
Stanley Handcoek the sole Execu-
tor named In the said Will ond all
Notices moj be served ot the under-
mentioned oddrcss All Creditors In
the Estote of the deceased are
Signed W G CANNINGTON
Proctor for the Executor enr
ton By his Agent IRVING L
ADDISON A, TATLOW Solicitors
133 Pitt Street Sjdney
teacher deceased -- Application will
the last Will and Testament dated
12th September 1945 of the above
named deceased may be granted to
Stanley Handcock the sole Execu-
tor named In the said Will and all
Notices may be served at the under-
mentioned address. All Creditors In
the Estate of the deceased are
signed W G CANNINGTON
Proctor for the Executor cnr
ton By his Agent : IRVING L
ADDISON & TATLOW Solicitors
133 Pitt Street Sydney
MEMORIAL DEDICATED Late Mr. And Mrs. Albert Eggins GRAFTON METHODIST CHURCH. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Monday 12 May 1941 [Issue No.7549] page 3 2018-02-16 18:22 The memorial takes the form ot a
distance! There were also, a number; of.
observance, the subject ot the address,
The memorial takes the form of a
distance! There were also a number; of.
observance, the subject of the address,
MEMORIAL DEDICATED Late Mr. And Mrs. Albert Eggins GRAFTON METHODIST CHURCH. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Monday 12 May 1941 [Issue No.7549] page 3 2018-02-16 18:16 ter of the men who made it,, and we . are.
ter of the men who made it,, and we are
MEMORIAL DEDICATED Late Mr. And Mrs. Albert Eggins GRAFTON METHODIST CHURCH. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Monday 12 May 1941 [Issue No.7549] page 3 2018-02-16 18:15 in the social and civic lite of this city,
in the social and civic life of this city,
MEMORIAL DEDICATED Late Mr. And Mrs. Albert Eggins GRAFTON METHODIST CHURCH. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Monday 12 May 1941 [Issue No.7549] page 3 2018-02-16 18:13 stand and join with me m this act oi
ference ,appointed minister of this
Kingdom, as was pleased to_use the
stand and join with me in this act of
ference appointed minister of this
Kingdom, as was pleased to use the
MEMORIAL DEDICATED Late Mr. And Mrs. Albert Eggins GRAFTON METHODIST CHURCH. (Article), Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1915 - 1954), Monday 12 May 1941 [Issue No.7549] page 3 2018-02-16 18:11 DEDICATED ' '
' Eggins
GRAFTON METHODIST CHURCH. - ;
tori Methodist Church to -the late ..Mr.
and -Mrs.; Albert Eggms, ;by the mem
bers ef their. .family,, was .dedicated
iiiut niPht. hv the Rev. E. T. Walker.
reredos and panelling .at the rear ;of .the.
choir stalls, as described m. last... .:Fri-,
day's issue. .. . ...... . . ... „ . .
visitors. ,
: The service was also a Mo.ther s. Day-
were rendered by ; Miss. J anet ..Cpcb-
Zelle ; Watt; "The Better -Land." , The;
choir sang two ranthems, .King „ ,o
Kings" and '"Sun of My Soul," under,
the baton of Mr. B. C. Eggms. Mrs E
In "dedicating the memorial, Rev. E.
more than words could r express this
arid congratulated the family .on. jhe.
loving spirit in which .it had been,
given- ;
spiration to us in our worship, and wxi ,
fittingly commemorate; the" lives - of. yPPL
parents. , . < ' .
"Elsewhere acknowledgments hav
designed and, executed the work on th
panelling, and reference has been madt
to Thos. Pidcock and Son, who did.tnc.
work on the ceiling. I should D,KC
however, :to extend our, congratulations
to Mr. B. C. Eggins, who supervised ,tnp.
work, and, himself made the founda
tion upon which the structure is built
Iri this good and faithful work has, been
expressed much of the soul, and ^charac
grateful. .
"Let- me as- minister of the : church,
add this personal , word. I have come,
to love this church — to love it for .the-,
hours that we have had .here together L
as minister and people, And lvthanK
God for that sacied atmosphere that is
so characteristic of all our worship. - L
rejoice to-night that I ;am privileged
to have part with' you. in. this . act that
will bind' this church, still closer ;tp , our
hearts. » '
/"-Eighty .years, ago Albert, Eggins,. then,
a lad of ten years of age, arrived m(
Grafton from .Maitland. . . And\it ,is sig
riificant that when he anaved,. Ahe tea.
meeting that celebrated the opepingof,
was in ;full swmg. His iparents.. settled
early manhood.- In the year, 18.84 ,he(
married Miss . (Sophia Page, ..who .until,
-so recently : was knoiwn . and. j loyed
amongst us They made their first
Home at Southgate, moving subsequent-,
ly to Alumny Creek snd later to. Grafv
ton. Here Mr. Eggins took an, active
iri the social and civic lite of this criy-.
He was T .'a lifelong member o.f ;:this(
church, 'srid in its councils he ;served
ith a wisdom,- and . energy, thqt . as
characteristic of his life. He jy.as for,
many years a trustee and remained, m
that office 'until the day of his death: ;.
" "Records show that he was 'for lb
years a member of the City CouqqiL
Fori 40 ears - he ''served the caufee' -pf
humanity as a member of the committed,
of the District Hospital. And m ways
too numerous for me to mention to
his part in' every - enterprise ', that -was
calculated to benefit'the community. ...
"In all these activities "he enjoyed the
loyal and capable support of his Wi£e-,
And to-night on /Mothers' Night' . her
all that. Jhe word mother means ,to thosq
entrusted ,to her care.'
"It was _ to be expected then, that
from sucli a . home, and. with sucn
parents,, there should come a' family re-
spected throughout - the x; district and
widely known throughout the- State. ;
"Mrs. Eggins was three ' years .old
when the : first Methodist Church ' was
built; in Grafton,, and through: all aer
life was one' of its loyal supporters. Hpt
f ather was ; the first ..choirmaster in the
old church'; she/ was a member of' that
choir and a ' Sunday School teacher.
members of the family -who are with
us to-night - have 'occupied, and give?
excellent service m all tHe offices' wa"1
are open to the laymen of our church-
but the realities of our Chnstian faitr-
.were deeply established in her heai-t..
She loved her God. She was loyal' to
ner Lord .arid Master, and tHe/iigh prm-r
ciples of our. Christian faith were woven
into the very , texture of her character.
"On December. 13, 1940;" her long lite
came peacefully to its close — -yet not tn
a ' close, for that life /goes' on in richer
and .fuller services in the realms of
11 years, having passed away- on June
' ' ,V-- U f >7/ , 5 .... , i ,
. "So with these tender/ memories' m
our- l'.eavts and nunds will you please
dedication: . , , .... ,
"I Edmund xTraffqrd 3Valker, ; by, cori-..
ference ,apppinted.7. minister : of , ) this
cliurch, . do. sqieffirily/dedickte tbese gift?
;to .the glory of Gpd arid .to , the service
:_of; His church, ;4in' 'loving memory 'Of 'the
late : Alljert arid' Sophia Eggins. I prav
ithat-v God - may -.use them' 'to . the ' glory 'jf,
His name xandjjthei extension of His
: Ningdom,.a.s.hevyas.pleased-to_use . trie
lives that they; commeriiorate.'' '
DEDICATED
Eggins
GRAFTON METHODIST CHURCH.
ton Methodist Church to the late Mr.
and Mrs.Albert Eggins, by the mem-
bers of their family, was dedicated
last night by the Rev. E. T. Walker.
reredos and panelling at the rear of the
choir stalls, as described in last Fri-
day's issue.
visitors.
The service was also a Mother's Day
were rendered by Miss. Janet Coch--
Zelle Watt; "The Better -Land.". The
choir sang two anthems, .King of
Kings" and '"Sun of My Soul," under
the baton of Mr. B. C. Eggins. Mrs E
In dedicating the memorial, Rev. E.
more than words could express this
and congratulated the family on the
loving spirit in which .it had been
given.
spiration to us in our worship, and will
fittingly commemorate the lives of your
parents.
"Elsewhere acknowledgments have
designed and, executed the work on the
panelling, and reference has been made
to Thos. Pidcock and Son, who did the
work on the ceiling. I should like,
however, to extend our congratulations
to Mr. B. C. Eggins, who supervised the
work, and, himself made the founda-
tion upon which the structure is built.
In this good and faithful work has, been
expressed much of the soul, and charac-
grateful.
"Let- me as minister of the church,
add this personal word. I have come,
to love this church — to love it for the
hours that we have had .here together
as minister and people, And I thank
God for that sacred atmosphere that is
so characteristic of all our worship. I
rejoice to-night that I am privileged
to have part with you. in this act that
will bind this church, still closer to our
hearts.
Eighty years, ago Albert Eggins, then
a lad of ten years of age, arrived in
Grafton from .Maitland. And it is sig-
riificant that when he arrived, the tea.
meeting that celebrated the opening of
was in full swing. His parents.. settled
early manhood. In the year, 1884 , he
married Miss Sophia Page, who until
so recently was known and loved
amongst us. They made their first
home at Southgate, moving subsequent-
ly to Alumny Creek and later to Graf-
ton. Here Mr. Eggins took an active
in the social and civic lite of this city,
He was a lifelong member of this
church, and in its councils he served
with a wisdom and energy that was
characteristic of his life. He was for
many years a trustee and remained, in
that office until the day of his death.
"Records show that he was 'for 16
years a member of the City Council.
For 40 years he served the cause of
humanity as a member of the committee
of the District Hospital. And in ways
too numerous for me to mention to-
his part in every enterprise that was
calculated to benefit the community.
"In all these activities he enjoyed the
loyal and capable support of his wife.
And to-night on 'Mothers' Night' her
all that the word mother means to those
entrusted to her care.
"It was to be expected then that
from such a home, and with such
parents, there should come a family re-
spected throughout - the district and
widely known throughout the- State.
"Mrs. Eggins was three years .old
when the first Methodist Church was
built in Grafton, and through all her
life was one of its loyal supporters. Her
old church; she was a member of that
choir and a Sunday School teacher.
members of the family who are with
us to-night have occupied, and given
excellent service in all the offices that
are open to the laymen of our church.
but the realities of our Christian faith
were deeply established in her heart..
She loved her God. She was loyal to
her Lord .arid Master, and the high prin-
ciples of our Christian faith were woven
into the very texture of her character.
"On December. 13, 1940; her long life
came peacefully to its close — yet not to
a close, for that life goes on in richer
and fuller services in the realms of
11 years, having passed away on June

"So with these tender memories in
our breasts and minds will you please
dedication:
"I Edmund Trafford Walker, by, con-
ference ,appointed minister of this
church, do solemnly dedicate these gifts
to the glory of God and to the service
of His church, in loving memory of the
late Albert and Sophia Eggins. I pray
that God may use them to the glory of
His name and the extension of His
Kingdom, as was pleased to_use the
lives that they commemorate.'''
INSOLVENCY COURT. BEFORE the Chief Commissioner. FRIDAY. (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1860 - 1871), Saturday 19 September 1863 [Issue No.168] page 10 2018-02-16 13:11 In tbe estate of J -bn Slogrove, a speciil riieetiog. A
In the estate of John Slogrove, a special meeting. A
SOUTHERN CROSS TOBACCO FUND. (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Tuesday 2 October 1917 page 3 2018-02-16 13:02 SOUTHERN CROSS TOBACCO FUND!
Hicks, Boatharbor, 5s ; Siiss Doris Rea, Boat-
Miss Ruth Slogrove, ".The Glen," Billinnd-
gel,-2s ; Miss Jessie Slogrove Is.
SOUTHERN CROSS TOBACCO FUND
Hicks, Boatharbor, 5s ; Miss Doris Rea, Boat-
Miss Ruth Slogrove, ".The Glen," Billinud-
gee,-2s ; Miss Jessie Slogrove Is.
Continental and Entertainment. (Article), Mullumbimby Star (NSW : 1906 - 1936), Thursday 14 December 1922 [Issue No.992] page 6 2018-02-16 13:01 their various characters : — Titanin,
their various characters : — Titania,

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