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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,767,434
2 NeilHamilton 3,239,598
3 noelwoodhouse 3,230,587
4 John.F.Hall 2,468,267
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
230 bsaunders 179,217
231 wadding 178,168
232 myreemcg 177,789
233 GeoffMMutton 176,962
234 robynnnekb 176,858
235 sparksrflyin 175,974

176,962 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2017 9,808
November 2017 14,569
October 2017 10,651
September 2017 10,703
August 2017 12,771
July 2017 10,316
June 2017 10,682
May 2017 10,002
April 2017 10,832
March 2017 10,595
February 2017 9,158
January 2017 6,787
December 2016 1,418
November 2016 6,192
October 2016 15,841
September 2016 12,129
August 2016 6,489
July 2016 1,311
October 2013 800
September 2013 242
July 2013 12
May 2013 110
April 2013 1,132
March 2013 1,661
February 2013 25
January 2013 2,490
October 2012 236

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,767,381
2 NeilHamilton 3,239,469
3 noelwoodhouse 3,230,587
4 John.F.Hall 2,468,261
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
227 Chrischardon 180,230
228 bsaunders 179,127
229 wadding 178,168
230 GeoffMMutton 176,721
231 robynnnekb 176,486
232 BainaMasquelier 176,279

176,721 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2017 9,736
November 2017 14,506
October 2017 10,651
September 2017 10,703
August 2017 12,771
July 2017 10,316
June 2017 10,682
May 2017 10,002
April 2017 10,832
March 2017 10,595
February 2017 9,086
January 2017 6,787
December 2016 1,418
November 2016 6,192
October 2016 15,841
September 2016 12,129
August 2016 6,489
July 2016 1,277
October 2013 800
September 2013 242
July 2013 12
May 2013 110
April 2013 1,132
March 2013 1,661
February 2013 25
January 2013 2,490
October 2012 236

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,798
2 mickbrook 99,971
3 murds5 61,555
4 PhilThomas 48,873
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
120 cammeray 249
121 nyteowl 248
122 troveangler 245
123 GeoffMMutton 241
124 CalsRock 240
125 wiluna 237

241 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2017 72
November 2017 63
February 2017 72
July 2016 34


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 30 September 1909 [Issue No.17019] page 1 2017-12-16 20:22 JtkST, one loop Earring, set with ncurla and lin-
a quolse. hetween ( ontineutal Cafe and George!.
Finder rewarded on rcturnlug same. Mlsa Wright,
csnru Gcoigi'a.
LOST, one loop Earring, set with pearls and tur-
quoise, between Continental Cafe and Georges.
Finder rewarded on returning same. Miss Wright,
care Georges.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Monday 13 September 1909 page 3 2017-12-16 20:20 our darling mother. Mary Ann Lawler,
in-law. F. and E. Montgomery, Newnes,
heuding) Advertisements (published for
information of country residents) 18
words. Is; 24 words, Is. Gil; 30 words,
2s 30 words, 2s (id; up to one inch,' 3s.
No run on advertisements will be book
ed under 3s, and in eases -where there is
no -previous account cash, must accom
FOR SALE.— Glean Waste Paper. 7s cwt.
" "MERCURY" OFFICE. Lithgow; . -
M ANTED.— t.'oinpetent General, two ad
N.S. MALES.
MAN'i El).— -A- .Young Girl to do housework.
Apply, airs. .Mclaughlin,- Registry
tjliiee, Alain-itreet.
our darling mother, Mary Ann Lawler,
in-law, F. and E. Montgomery, Newnes.
heading) Advertisements (published for
information of country residents) :—18
words, 1s; 24 words, 1s. 6d; 30 words,
2s; 30 words, 2s 6d; up to one inch, 3s.
No run on advertisements will be book-
ed under 3s, and in cases where there is
no previous account cash must accom-
FOR SALE.—Clean Waste Paper. 7s cwt.
"MERCURY" OFFICE. Lithgow.
WANTED.—Competent General, two ad-
N.S. WALES.
WANTED.—A Young Girl to do housework.
Apply, Mrs. McLAUGHLIN, Registry
Office, Main-street.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 14 June 1909 [Issue No.19,625] page 1 2017-12-16 20:17 GIBSON. –On the 11th lune at her residence
Mtmiong (lie nile if tho lile "William Chas
I ii son mother of 1 me Oil son Mrs btctens and
Ml leith Curler nj,ed I tem
GIBSON.—On the 11th June, at her residence,
Myrniong, the wife of the late William Chas.
Gibson, mother of Jane Gibson, Mrs. Stevens, and
Mrs. Keith Carter, aged 71 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 5 June 1909 [Issue No.16,919] page 7 2017-12-16 20:15 CABTER— URAOUE.— On the 29th April, at Cccll-
itittt Methwlist imrsonagc, Scmtli Melbourne, by tho
Iter. Charles Tvcgcar,. Thomas Curler, of Castlemnlnc,
w UabclU (Belle), eldest d»ni«htcr of Annie uud the
hie KUliam J. Uragge, ot Nelsou-road, South Mel-
OATaUtlNlCH— 'MOCAT.— On 3rd , May, at St.
Patrick's Cathedra! (nuptial mass), iter, bathev-
Kag, John (Mtorinleh. M.B.. Ch.lt., third son of
(.kotain Joseph ('aurinich, to 'Nor.v .Josephine
(Annie), youngest AiuyUlcr of William .Mouut, Lmj..
ol Suncy Hills, and gtandniecc of Mrs. B. Carolajg,
cl South Melbourne.
CARTER—BRAGGE.—On the 29th April, at Cecil-
street Methodist parsonagc, South Melbourne, by the
Rev. Charles Tregear, Thomas Carter, of Castlemaine,
to Isabella (Belle), eldest daughter of Annie and the
late William J. Bragge, of Nelson-road, South Mel-
bourne.
CATARINICH—MOUAT.—On 3rd May, at St.
Patrick's Cathedra! (nuptial mass), by Rev. Father
King, John Catarinich, M.B., Ch.B., third son of
Captain Joseph Catarinich, to Nora Josephine
(Annie), youngest daughter of William Mouat, Esq.,
of Surrey Hills, and grandniece of Mrs. B. Carolan,
of South Melbourne.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), Friday 4 June 1909 [Issue No.5054] page 3 2017-12-16 20:08 WINDERLICH.-The Friends, of the
late Mr. Curl Heinrich Winderlich, of
ing place, the Horslam Cemetery.
late residence,- Dooen TO-MORROW
WINDERLICH.—The Friends of the
late Mr. Carl Heinrich Winderlich, of
ing place, the Horsham Cemetery.
late residence, Dooen TO-MORROW
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 20 May 1909 [Issue No.16,905] page 1 2017-12-16 20:07 yiBITORS to TASMANIA
Aro Informed that Copies of
J. Wolch and Son, Hobart,
T. L. Hood, Hobart. ,
Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Hobart» ....
II. Jackson, llobart.
E. A. Jackson, lloburt.
. Gordon and Gotcli, Hobart.
A. W. Rirchall and Sous, Launcestoo.
II. D. Meyers, Charlcs-st., Lauuccston. ./v
Gordon and Uotch, Launceston,
XIopo and Field, Devoujjort.
Miss D. E. Scurlc, Strahan.
Chamberlain's News Agcuey, Zeehan
J. Fitzgerald, 'Luunccstou.
INTERESTING FAOT.
Published « at 66-58 Pntterson-strcct, Launceston#
Published in NORTHERN TASMANLl.
Q A N A D I A N - A U S T U A L- 1 A N
ROYAL MXiL LINE.
THE ALL-RED BOUTH,
STATES N AND EUROPE.
VISITORS to TASMANIA
Are Informed that Copies of
J. Walch and Son, Hobart.
T. L. Hood, Hobart.
Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Hobart.
R. Jackson, Hobart.
E. A. Jackson, Hobart.
Gordon and Gotcli, Hobart.
A. W. Birchall and Sons, Launceston.
R. D. Meyers, Charles-st., Launceston.
Gordon and Gotch, Launceston,
Hope and Field, Devonport.
Miss D. E. Searle, Strahan.
Chamberlain's News Agency, Zeehan.
J. Fitzgerald, Launceston.
INTERESTING FACT.
Published at 56-58 Patterson-street, Launceston,
Published in NORTHERN TASMANIA.
C A N A D I A N - A U S T R A L I A N
ROYAL MAIL LINE.
THE ALL-RED ROUTE,
STATES AND EUROPE.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Friday 14 May 1909 [Issue No.16,777] page 6 2017-12-16 20:03 Birifts, !V3ap-risi.jVG5, and Deaths.
LONGSTAFF-MUELLER.-On 7th .April,
at Mr. A. .f. Poarco's remdciico brother-in
law of tiio br'de), JJcridi«o, by Pastor i.ry
poldt, Harry Francis, eldest :on of
? Lonrcrtaff, B.i'.iarat. to Estol!" Evelyn,
youngest daughter of Curl Mueller. Bemlito.
HA RLE.-Oil the 13th Miy JCOO. at her
skJenc'!, "T:<rr;Hvutl:i.'' Brantblc-Mreel., Hen
dicro. r.T-iry Elizabeth, dearly-beloved v.-lfo of
John Roper Iinrlc, .icrcd CI voars. At re-t.
IKIN- On the 15th Mar. at his resilience.
"Loo Bro'jklmrst." Burke road. East .\ial
Catherine Ikin (formerly of Bondiiro), in hip
60lh year.
Births, Marriages, and Deaths.
LONGSTAFF—MUELLER.—On 7th April,
at Mr. A. J. Pearce's residence (brother-in-
law of the bride), Bendigo, by Pastor Leo-
poldt, Harry Francis, eldest son of
Longstaff, Ballarat, to Estelle Evelyn,
youngest daughter of Carl Mueller, Bendigo.
HARLE.—On the 13th May, 1909, at her resi-
dence, "Tarrawatta," Bramble-street, Ben-
digo, Mary Elizabeth, dearly-beloved wife of
John Roper Harle, aged 81 years. At rest.
IKIN.—On the 15th May, at his residence,
"Lee Brockhurst," Burke-road. East Mal-
Catherine Ikin (formerly of Bendigo), in his
60th year.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 3 May 1909 [Issue No.16,890] page 12 2017-12-16 19:57 A LLEX.— The I'dbjffis M EDWARD ALLFv
h. MrV?'9tf'',l\-2»vM«l;t'> tolloa- his nrmai,;.
he Melbourne .tbctaetay ; , Tho feerral will hare
Ids hrotlKT-ln-inw-a (0. Nylcn-«) residence, 778 K&
etrcct, city, at 11 a.m. on MONDAY, 3rd Slay. ,
QIMPSON.— Tho Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE '
m .SI.NII'SON are rcsjRvt hilly inviteil to follow
his remain - to tlio place of inlcimcnt. the Met-
bourne General Cemetery. The funeral will leave bis j
son's residence. 26 Baikh-treet. North riurov,
THIS DAY (Monday), 3rd May, 1909. at 130 o'clock.
JOH1AH nOLDSWOUTH. Funeral Director. 389
Lvgrn-fltrcct, Curl (on, ami 659 Nicholson-street,
ALLEN.—The Friends of EDWARD ALLEN are
respectfully invited to follow his remains to
the Melbourne Cemetery. The funeral will leave
his brother-in-law's (C. Nylen's) residence, 278 King-
street, city, at 11 a.m. on MONDAY, 3rd May.
SIMPSON.—The Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE
SIMPSON are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, the Mel-
bourne General Cemetery. The funeral will leave his
son's residence, 26 Barkley-street, North Fitzroy,
THIS DAY (Monday), 3rd May, 1909, at 3.30 o'clock.
JOHIAH HOLDSWORTH, Funeral Director, 380
Lygon-street, Carlton, and 659 Nicholson-street,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 19 January 1909 [Issue No.16,802] page 1 2017-12-16 19:51 son, . Reginald George, died 13th January. 3908. v
It was strangers watched your parting breath.
RIGH.— In nnd but loving remembrance of my
dear fatlior. Henry Rich, wlio died ou the 39tli
January, 1906, ut Heidelberg, Victoria. Cornwall
(Lngland) papers please copy. .
It' just three years ago to-day
Sine© ray dear father was called away;
The trial wo haul, tho shock severe.
To part witli one I loved ao dear.
iHow I wish that you were here;
But, ulas, 1 cannot sec thee.
—Inserted by liis only loving daughter, Mrs. Virgo
(nco Lily Rich).
RIOH.— In sad remembrance of my dear friend,
Henry Rich, who died on the 19th January, 3906.
Cornwall (England) papers - please copy.
1 cannot, clasp your hand, dear friend#
Your face 1 cannot see;
But let this little tokcu tell
I atill remember thee.
—Inserted by his loving friend, J. Soawycr.
SHORTEN.— In sad and loving remembrance nf
my dear son, YVillinm Henry, who died suddenly nt
Adelaide mi the 30th Juuuury, 1993. Adelaide papers
lflca.se copy.
—Inserted by his loving mother, Jnnc Shorten.
my dear wife, Eraily Theresa (nee Tot), who died
ut Campbell's Crcok, January. 1906. «
STOUiE.— In sacred ntk'l loving memory of Morion
Stable, who departed . this life ou J8th January,
—Inserted by E. nnd J. YV.
Januaiy, 1994, while on a holiday nt Arthur's Creek.
Forget Iter, no, 1 never will,
1 loved her then, 1 love licr still.
—Inserted by her loving dauglitcr, Lena Thompson.
! ZIMMERMAN.— In sml, loving remembrance of our
dear little daughter, Nosaln l'curl, who died on the
191 h January. 1908, ut 30 Bcll-strect, Gleuferric.
Away In heaven' garden, guarded by imgcl imwcr.
A lovely llowcr blooming, a dear loved child of ours;
When hut a little blossom on earth ho sweet, nnd fair.
The heavenly Gardener took lier under His tender
God looked upon hcr aud loved Her, how gently He
Aud bore nwuy our darling little babe.
Dear little Ncssle, ho sadly missed.
—Inserted by licr loviug father and mother, Bister
IN loving memory of ray dear fricud, Flo.# who
died 19th Juuuary, 1899.
Never lo be forgotten.
—Inserted by licr old frieud, Kathleen, New Zculand.
bereavement notices.
M'QUITTY.— The FAMILY of tho late Mrs. ,T.
M'QIHTTY desire lo express their sincere
THANKJS lo their mauy kind friends for their ex
pressions nf sympathy, letters, telegrams and iloral
tribute, especially tlio Rev. Mr. Donrn and her
dear friend, .Mrs. Bu-mucr, during their lcccnt uud
22 Fcrrura-iilacc, Albert Park.
son, Reginald George, died 13th January, 1908.
It was strangers watched your parting breath,
RICH.—In sad but loving remembrance of my
dear father, Henry Rich, who died on the 19th
January, 1906, at Heidelberg, Victoria. Cornwall
(England) papers please copy.
It's just three years ago to-day
Since my dear father was called away;
The trial was hard, the shock severe,
To part with one I loved so dear.
How I wish that you were here;
But, alas, I cannot see thee.
—Inserted by his only loving daughter, Mrs. Virgo
(nee Lily Rich).
RICH.—In sad remembrance of my dear friend,
Henry Rich, who died on the 19th January, 1906.
Cornwall (England) papers please copy.
I cannot clasp your hand, dear friend,
Your face I cannot see;
But let this little token tell
I still remember thee.
—Inserted by his loving friend, J. Soawyer.
SHORTEN.—In sad and loving remembrance of
my dear son, William Henry, who died suddenly at
Adelaide on the 30th January, 1908. Adelaide papers
please copy.
—Inserted by his loving mother, Jane Shorten.
my dear wife, Emily Theresa (nee Tot), who died
at Campbell's Creek, January, 1906.
STOBIE.—In sacred and loving memory of Morton
Stobie, who departed this life on 18th January,
1900.
—Inserted by E. and J. W.
January, 1904, while on a holiday at Arthur's Creek.
Forget her, no, I never will,
I loved her then, I love her still.
—Inserted by her loving daughter, Lena Thompson.
ZIMMERMAN.—In sad, loving remembrance of our
dear little daughter, Nessie Pearl, who died on the
19th January, 1908, at 30 Bell-street, Glenferrie.
Away in heaven's garden, guarded by angel powers,
A lovely flower blooming, a dear loved child of ours;
When but a little blossom on earth so sweet and fair.
The heavenly Gardener took her under His tender
God looked upon her and loved Her, how gently He
And bore away our darling little babe.
Dear little Nessie, so sadly missed.
—Inserted by her loving father and mother, sister
IN loving memory of my dear friend, Flo., who
died 19th January, 1899.
Never to be forgotten.
—Inserted by her old friend, Kathleen, New Zealand.
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES.
McQUITTY.—The FAMILY of the late Mrs. J.
McQUITTY desire to express their sincere
THANKS to their many kind friends for their ex-
pressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams and floral
tributes, especially the Rev. Mr. Doran and her
dear friend, Mrs. Bremmer, during their recent sad
22 Ferrars-place, Albert Park.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Monday 18 January 1909 [Issue No.11801] page 1 2017-12-16 17:57 MCIB.—On the 5th' January, at Gienrowan,
Boberts ' street,' North • Cnley, to It and
Mrs.-T. Grieve Unir—a-daachter.
WALKER.-^On tiie 16th January, at MemlhrOle.
Queen street, Norwood, the wife of Stan. J. Walkcr-a
daaghter. Both doinc weiL
MCTTOK.—On • -the.. 05th. . JamBir, at
Petersburg, .to .Mr. and Jlrs.. W-. J, Mutton (nec
Birrell), .ot Jiucay. Bridge—a son.
-DEATHS.
Gconrr- WiJliaro. beloved son of Contain and Mrs.
VT. Dekqqnt, Jatc oi Port Adelaide, aged 31 J-ears,
Western Auazalian papers please copy.
Cv JiEMORJAif.
JOHKS.—loving memory' of Harold Percival,
youngest of "Elizabeth "A. *' and the late
Nicholas* Johns, wbo died' Januaiy -t7, I90S.—inserted
by bi&'loving mother-and brothere. -
KERR.'-—In' lovinir memon' ' of dearly
beloved \fife'of -Charles- Eerr, who departed tills
life Jannaiy-US.- 1901?.—Inserted by her loving husband
and* family.
TUCKNOTT.—<»n the 15th- Jamarir, ai Port Lincoln;
Esther, tcife.of. late WiUhtm Tucknctt, of
Tungatta. Station, i^ort. li^-cojp, aged 74 yeare.
A colonic of 55 yeirs-
MUIR.—On the 5th January, at Glenrowan,
Roberts street, North Unley, to Mr. and
Mrs. T. Grieve Muir—a daughter.
WALKER.—On the 16th January, at Merrillville,
Queen street, Norwood, the wife of Stan. J. Wal-
ker—a daughter. Both doing well.
MUTTON.—On the 15th January, at
Petersburg, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mutton (nee
Birrell), of Murray Bridge—a son.
DEATHS.
DELMONT.—On the 17th January, at Sydney,
George William, beloved son of Captain and Mrs.
W. Delmont, late of Port Adelaide, aged 31 years.
Western Australian papers please copy.
IN MEMORIAM.
JOHNS.—In loving memory of Harold Percival,
youngest son of Elizabeth A. and the late
Nicholas Johns, who died January 17, 1908.—In-
serted by his loving mother and brothers.
KERR.—In loving memory of Sarah, dearly
beloved wife of Charles Kerr, who departed this
life January 18, 1908.—Inserted by her loving husband
and family.
TUCKNOTT.—On the 15th January, at Port Lin-
coln, Esther, wife of late William Tucknott, of
Tungatta Station, Port Lincoln, aged 74 years.
A colonist of 55 years.

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