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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,986
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,601
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,279,811
5 Rhonda.M 3,104,843
...
552 Armadale9 86,784
553 Atwork4 86,780
554 JohnSeb 86,309
555 EricTheRed 86,207
556 Midland12 86,158
557 warrenwsalt 86,061

86,207 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 187
June 2019 67
May 2019 977
April 2019 494
March 2019 397
February 2019 168
December 2018 13
November 2018 39
October 2018 115
May 2018 960
April 2018 402
March 2018 480
February 2018 47
December 2017 69
July 2017 95
June 2017 127
April 2017 6
March 2017 731
February 2017 4
January 2017 324
September 2016 48
July 2016 387
June 2016 331
May 2016 4,224
April 2016 13,955
March 2016 4,951
January 2016 637
December 2015 193
November 2015 27
July 2015 102
June 2015 180
May 2015 943
April 2015 2,042
March 2015 101
January 2015 697
December 2014 28
July 2014 15
May 2014 168
April 2014 120
March 2014 852
February 2014 215
January 2014 448
December 2013 30
November 2013 202
October 2013 686
August 2013 65
July 2013 423
June 2013 2,008
May 2013 56
March 2013 20
January 2013 603
December 2012 340
November 2012 335
October 2012 166
September 2012 4,479
August 2012 2,894
July 2012 926
June 2012 1,548
May 2012 916
April 2012 308
February 2012 693
January 2012 6,000
December 2011 941
November 2011 8,289
October 2011 2,301
September 2011 3,947
August 2011 299
June 2011 3,564
May 2011 379
April 2011 21
March 2011 586
February 2011 187
January 2011 17
October 2010 993
September 2010 1,765
August 2010 1,254
July 2010 444
June 2010 181
May 2010 169
March 2010 205
February 2010 14
September 2009 404
August 2009 303
February 2009 305
January 2009 259
October 2008 14
September 2008 302

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,784
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,601
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,279,790
5 Rhonda.M 3,104,830
...
702 Mark.M 64,321
703 rrigby 64,277
704 Tikira 64,113
705 EricTheRed 63,971
706 greggiebear 63,959
707 australianfootball.com-SPGC 63,895

63,971 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 187
June 2019 57
May 2019 79
April 2019 462
March 2019 327
February 2019 168
December 2018 13
November 2018 39
October 2018 115
May 2018 365
April 2018 113
March 2018 380
February 2018 47
December 2017 69
July 2017 95
June 2017 127
April 2017 6
March 2017 362
February 2017 4
January 2017 324
September 2016 48
July 2016 387
June 2016 238
May 2016 1,169
April 2016 1,294
March 2016 887
January 2016 637
December 2015 193
November 2015 27
July 2015 102
June 2015 180
May 2015 943
April 2015 2,042
March 2015 101
January 2015 697
December 2014 28
July 2014 15
May 2014 168
April 2014 120
March 2014 852
February 2014 215
January 2014 448
December 2013 30
November 2013 202
October 2013 686
August 2013 65
July 2013 423
June 2013 2,008
May 2013 56
March 2013 20
January 2013 603
December 2012 340
November 2012 335
October 2012 166
September 2012 4,479
August 2012 2,894
July 2012 926
June 2012 1,548
May 2012 916
April 2012 308
February 2012 693
January 2012 6,000
December 2011 941
November 2011 8,289
October 2011 2,301
September 2011 3,947
August 2011 299
June 2011 3,564
May 2011 379
April 2011 21
March 2011 586
February 2011 187
January 2011 17
October 2010 993
September 2010 1,765
August 2010 1,254
July 2010 444
June 2010 181
May 2010 169
March 2010 205
February 2010 14
September 2009 404
August 2009 303
February 2009 305
January 2009 259
October 2008 14
September 2008 302

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,763
2 PhilThomas 128,993
3 mickbrook 107,952
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,233
6 EricTheRed 22,236
7 Lemp 21,955
8 Stephans 19,868

22,236 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2019 10
May 2019 898
April 2019 32
March 2019 70
May 2018 595
April 2018 289
March 2018 100
March 2017 369
June 2016 93
May 2016 3,055
April 2016 12,661
March 2016 4,064


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PERSONAL. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Friday 17 November 1933 page 2 2019-10-20 00:32 Plunkett. aged 27, residing at Bore-
ily, sustaining severe acial abrasions
parents on Ihe North Coast, returned
The friends of Mr- Kinghorne Mc-
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W>
One of the Excelsior Tennis Clubs
present touring Australia. The vivi-
Visitors to Mlllthorpe at the mom-
ent include Mr. McDonough aud
Iaura Loane, at the age of 84, at her
Plunkett, aged 27, residing at Bore-
ily, sustaining severe facial abrasions
parents on the North Coast, returned
The friends of Mr. Kinghorne Mc-
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
One of the Excelsior Tennis Club's
present touring Australia. The visi-
Visitors to Millthorpe at the mom-
ent include Mr. McDonough and
Laura Loane, at the age of 84, at her
PERSONAL. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Friday 17 November 1933 page 2 2019-10-20 00:20 marked Improvement In the condition
of Mi. j. j. Flsnnery, who Is very Hi.
Spending a short holiday In Orange
as tbe gnest of Mr. and Mrs. A. \y.
feiacey. of Byng Street, is Miss Isla
Hoggin, of "Douglas Dell." Forbes.
ton years ago for Cowra. was Isre.
welled «l the lalter centre last week
ai a public rundlon. and presented
the presentation, Si-rgt. Dooian said
that he would Dnd It a good Umekeeper,
but be asked- him not lo be too
severe on his best si Newcastle when
minutes isle.
most populsr members, Miss Joyce
Beaver, was fsrewolled by members
IMnce Alfred Airred Hospital as a • trainee
I ai the club's courts oil Ssturday after
niton. In presenting Miss Beaver with
H box of perfumery, Mr. G. Thompson
iind other speakers eulogised her
success. „ „
Dubbo will be en fete from Decern
I, r 3 to 6, w hen it will receive a
visit from the British tenuis team at
present touring Australia. The rlsl
lors will play exhibition matches
against Crawford, Hopmau, McGrath,
and Dunlop ou December C.
Visitors to Mlllthorpe at tbe moment
include Mr. McDonuugh aud
daughter. Mrs. George Esan, Sydney,
vho are staying at the Grand Western
Hotel. Sergeant Jones and his
weeks' vacatlou there with friends,
bave returned to Warren.
Old residents of Voung will regret
In learn of the passing of Mrs. Roeu
I.uura Loane. si the age of 84, at her
daughter's residence. Burrows Street.
Mix. Loane with her family first came
to Yuuui; wlieu it was known as
I-amblng Flat, allured by the prospect'
| or gold. She married the late Mr.
1 Harry Loane at the age of 1" years.
| nnd following tier husband's death
I > ears later, went to reside at For.
!
est Reefs, eventually returning lo
i Young again lo live with her daughter
i unln t]lf. tj„„, „f her death. She
, a family of three daughters
i8nij one BOn together with 19 grandi
children, five gieatgrandchlldren. two
Platers and a brother, most of whom
Iin,, MI. W. Urothertiin. resides in
loraiigc.
,
marked improvement in the condition
of Mr. J.J. Flannery, who is very ill.
Spending a short holiday in Orange
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W>
Stacey, of Byng Street, is Miss Isla
Gaggin, of "Douglas Dell," Forbes.
ten years ago for Cowra, was fare-
welled at the latter centre last week
at a public function, and presented
the presentation, Sergt. Doolan said
that he would find it a good timekeep-
er, but he asked him not to be too
severe on his beat at Newcastle when
minutes late.
most popular members, Miss Joyce
Beaver, was farewelled by members
Prince Alfred Hospital as a trainee,
at the club's courts on Saturday after-
noon. In presenting Miss Beaver with
a box of perfumery, Mr. G. Thompson
and other speakers eulogised her
success.
Dubbo will be en fete from Decem-
ber 3 to 6, when it will receive a
visit from the British tennis team at
present touring Australia. The vivi-
tors will play exhibition matches
against Crawford, Hopman, McGrath,
and Dunlop on December 6.
Visitors to Mlllthorpe at the mom-
ent include Mr. McDonough aud
daughter, Mrs. George Egan, Sydney,
who are staying at the Grand West-
ern Hotel. Sergeant Jones and his
weeks' vacation there with friends,
have returned to Warren.
Old residents of Young will regret
to learn of the passing of Mrs. Rosa
Iaura Loane, at the age of 84, at her
daughter's residence, Burrowa Street,
Mrs. Loane with her family first came
to Young when it was known as
Lambing Flat, allured by the prospect
of gold. She married the late Mr.
Harry Loane at the age of 17 years,
and following her husband's death
years later, went to reside at For-
est Reefs, eventually returning to
Young again to live with her daughter
until the time of her death. She
leaves a family of three daughters
and one son, together with 19 grand-
children, five greatgrandchlldren, two
sisters and a brother, most of whom
law, Mr. W. Brotherton, resides in
Orange.
PERSONAL. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Friday 17 November 1933 page 2 2019-10-20 00:07 His Excellency Sir Philip Uamc was
in Orange again this week, but not tor
long, lie passed through on Weaiee
aa\ morning, en route lot Bourke.
wniie rifling bis bicycle aleng thf
Plunkett. aged 2"^ residing at Borcnorc,
had the misfortune lo fall heavily,
sustaining .seveie facial abrasions
"^Nurse M. Noonan, who has heva
10 Orange on Monday.
The mends ot Mi- Klngliorue Mc-
Kay will be sorry to hear that lie l"
s nstlent in Cslare private hospital.
The friends ol Ihe Flsnnery family,
ol the Hotel Australia. Forces, will
be sorry to hear that there l> «»
His Excellency Sir Philip Game was
in Orange again this week, but not for
long. He passed through on Wednes-
day morning, en route for Bourke.
While riding his bicycle along the
Plunkett. aged 27, residing at Bore-
nore, had the misfortune to fall heav-
ily, sustaining severe acial abrasions
shock.
Nurse M. Noonan, who has been
to Orange on Monday.
The friends of Mr- Kinghorne Mc-
Kay will be sorry to hear that he is
a patient in Calare private hospital.
The friends of the Flannery family,
of the Hotel Australia, Forbes, will
be sorry to hear that there is no
HUGE COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTE COUP Lightning drive on Sydney hotels; Simultaneous raid on Melbourne racecourse C.I.B. SWIFTLY ON TRAIL, STOPS MORE EXTENSIVE HAUL (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954), Sunday 28 January 1940 [Issue No.11] page 1 2019-10-12 18:32 The.! publican of .the Gladstone Park Hotel
,,had cashed the note. .
mfficmlt To tell
, in a bright blue, whereas that on genuine notes
forged' note is not in the centre, but close to the
is obvious/ but if the notes were handled for
to detect, without close examination.
excellent imitation. ( ,
taken the full skill of a trained process en
.Moonee' Valley, and bookmakers on. the flat are
In the . paddock, one note was given to book
maker Phil Moon for a,£l wager and £4 change.
The/.sgme.' thing happened to another pad-
. dqck:, bookmaker.
The note- passed to Moon shows a litho
much trouble. 2
accepted many hotes and lost heavily.
ounaeiectea Dy otner Dooxmaxers, cir
Several well-dressed men were ques
tioned on the racecourse, but . no ar
rest was made;
Hotelkeepers and . business people
iyide range of serial numbers.
Police Station. 11 men and a woman
Imperial Hotel), Eeichhardt,, holding up
a counterfeit £5 nbte ;sHe:'cashed,y - '
; ' day. : > /
the Westralia Hotel, ! City, refused to
accept a spurious note - handed to her.
The publican of the Gladstone Park Hotel
had cashed the note.
Difficult To Tell
in a bright blue, whereas that on genuine notes
forged note is not in the centre, but close to the
is obvious, but if the notes were handled for
to detect without close examination.
excellent imitation.
taken the full skill of a trained process en-
Moonee Valley, and bookmakers on the flat are
In the paddock, one note was given to book-
maker Phil Moon for a £l wager and £4 change.
The same thing happened to another pad-
dock bookmaker.
The note passed to Moon shows a litho-
much trouble.
accepted many notes and lost heavily.
undetected by other bookmakers, cir-
Several well-dressed men were ques-
tioned on the racecourse, but no ar-
rest was made.
Hotelkeepers and business people
wide range of serial numbers.
Police Station, 11 men and a woman
Imperial Hotel, Leichhardt, holding up
a counterfeit £5 note she cashed yester-
day.
the Westralia Hotel, City, refused to
accept a spurious note handed to her.
HUGE COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTE COUP Lightning drive on Sydney hotels; Simultaneous raid on Melbourne racecourse C.I.B. SWIFTLY ON TRAIL, STOPS MORE EXTENSIVE HAUL (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954), Sunday 28 January 1940 [Issue No.11] page 1 2019-10-12 18:23 Hotel, King Street, Mrs. A. C. Hill, was instru
mental in holding a man until- police arrived.
"I received a call from the police; telling
me to examine all £5 notes bearing tlie prefac
ing signs R over 23 . and R ove!r 24," she said.
"She said . I was having a bath, and she '
me. The man said he had. plenty of time to
wait. ; . . ; "
where -I was having lunch. ; I compared the
note with a real: 'fiver,' and saw .it was' a
23. : - - '
appear nervous. ,.
Toofe Mottle Back
"The police arrived within v10 minutes.
of gin." . . ..
Miss Bertha Beves, barmaid of the Im
the notes starting with R over 23," said Mies
"The note tendered trie bore the sign R over
"I told him we had been warned to. ex
amine all £5 notes," said Miss Beves. , .
"He said: 'I don't know how they 'di have
come at it myself.',.'. "
- it on : to < the licensee (Mrs. Radestock) , who
instructed' the' cashier to - give the man the
. £4/19/6 change. .V
'Mrs. ; Radestock . was slightly suspicious,
and showed. it to a local bank manager in the
; "Slie immediately rang the police. . Ser
geant/Land 'and Detective Duncan arflved at
the' hotei in five minutes.:.
"While, examining the note, the police re
ceived , a call that another note had been
tendered at the Gladstone Park Hotel,- Feter-
-.sham, .a mile away. .
; -"They - borrowed the ' licensee's - car, aiid
drove , t6 the hotel, but' missed the man by two,
Hotel, King Street, Mrs. A. C. Hill, was instru-
mental in holding a man until police arrived.
"I received a call from the police, telling
me to examine all £5 notes bearing the prefac-
ing signs R over 23 and R over 24," she said.
"She said I was having a bath, and she
me. The man said he had plenty of time to
wait.
where I was having lunch. I compared the
note with a real 'fiver,' and saw it was a
23.
appear nervous.
Took Bottle Back
"The police arrived within 10 minutes.
of gin."
Miss Bertha Beves, barmaid of the Im-
the notes starting with R over 23," said Miss
"The note tendered me bore the sign R over
"I told him we had been warned to ex-
amine all £5 notes," said Miss Beves.
come at it myself.
it on to the licensee (Mrs. Radestock) , who
instructed the cashier to give the man the
£4/19/6 change.
Mrs. Radestock was slightly suspicious,
and showed it to a local bank manager in the
"She immediately rang the police. Ser-
geant Land and Detective Duncan arrived at
the hotel in five minutes.
"While examining the note, the police re-
ceived a call that another note had been
tendered at the Gladstone Park Hotel, Peter-
sham, a mile away.
"They borrowed the licensee's car, and
drove to the hotel, but missed the man by two
HUGE COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTE COUP Lightning drive on Sydney hotels; Simultaneous raid on Melbourne racecourse C.I.B. SWIFTLY ON TRAIL, STOPS MORE EXTENSIVE HAUL (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954), Sunday 28 January 1940 [Issue No.11] page 1 2019-10-12 18:16 Despite the police, warnlhgs to bookmakers,
several notes ; changed- hands, and were the
cause . of disputed bets. . . .
Each- dispute was referred by the police
to the A. J.C, stipendiary stewards. ;
-' Several 'bad notes .were, in,' circulation, at ,
Harold Park greyhouhd' races last night." '
Ond bookmaker, unwittingly paid -one .' of
the notes ta ar winning-punter, .who objected. .
Thfe stipendiary stewards decided that . the
bookmaker had to replace the 'fdrgery by a gen
of the counterfeiters in passing: the notes.
The gang "did" the hotels: in cars, making
lightning-like raids on widely separated sub
losing £60. '
Despite the police warnings to bookmakers,
several notes changed hands, and were the
cause of disputed bets.
Each dispute was referred by the police
to the A.J.C. stipendiary stewards.
Several bad notes were in circulation at
Harold Park greyhound races last night.
One bookmaker unwittingly paid one of
the notes to a winning punter, who objected.
The stipendiary stewards decided that the
bookmaker had to replace the forgery by a gen-
of the counterfeiters in passing the notes.
The gang "did" the hotels in cars, making
lightning-like raids on widely separated sub-
losing £60.
HUGE COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTE COUP Lightning drive on Sydney hotels; Simultaneous raid on Melbourne racecourse C.I.B. SWIFTLY ON TRAIL, STOPS MORE EXTENSIVE HAUL (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954), Sunday 28 January 1940 [Issue No.11] page 1 2019-10-12 18:12 M©s?e thaitt £!©©© of coimtferfeit notes were passed In
Sydney hotels, business houses and atRaudwick racecourse
ws the biggest counterfeit coup in Sydney since
notes were issued in 191 &
Simultaneously with the drive on Sidney tjte coimterfieiters passed bad £5
notes at the Moonee Valley racecourse Melbourne and at Pralwan, a Melbourne
3 snimirli ' " . ; > - ./A';-'.-., - . ' ' .
Tkn r.Iminxl InvficlinnliAn bennrfment wnriipfl on Fridav' niafit
the counterfeiters within half an hour pf the passing of the first spurious
note in Sydney. . ; ,
A squad of 20 detectiyes 'a nd 1500 police, led by the head of
This swift counter, npt only checked the coup, but resulted in
All hotels were quickly notified of. the
operations of the counterfeiters by ' the
and their clerks, and refreshment-room attend
Information was also circulated by wire
less to all police stations, . warning all hotels,
theatres, and other buBinesS- premises,
Lightning drive on Sydney
More than £1000 of counterfeit notes were passed in
Sydney hotels, business houses, and at Randwick racecourse
yesterday.
It was the biggest counterfeit coup in Sydney since 5000
forged £5 notes were issued in 1916.
Simultaneously with the drive on Sydney the counterfeiters passed bad £5
notes at the Moonee Valley racecourse, Melbourne, and at Prahran, a Melbourne
suburb.
The Criminal Investigation Department warned on Friday night
the counterfeiters within half an hour of the passing of the first spurious
note in Sydney.
A squad of 20 detectives and 1500 police, led by the head of
This swift counter, not only checked the coup, but resulted in
All hotels were quickly notified of the
operations of the counterfeiters by the
and their clerks, and refreshment-room attend-
Information was also circulated by wire-
less to all police stations, warning all hotels,
theatres, and other business premises.

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