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2 noelwoodhouse 3,932,757
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,387,561
5 Rhonda.M 3,214,927
...
5012 madcap 3,895
5013 gap5151 3,894
5014 maggiemc 3,893
5015 GwendaJ 3,892
5016 joeym 3,891
5017 journo70 3,891

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October 2019 82
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August 2018 697
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July 2017 174
June 2017 181
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November 2015 73
October 2015 67
September 2015 205
August 2015 140
December 2014 80
October 2013 188

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,864,482
2 noelwoodhouse 3,932,757
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,387,540
5 Rhonda.M 3,214,914
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5005 Col.Handel 3,895
5006 emenef 3,895
5007 madcap 3,895
5008 GwendaJ 3,892
5009 joeym 3,891
5010 journo70 3,891

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October 2019 82
April 2019 106
October 2018 37
September 2018 28
August 2018 697
July 2018 730
May 2018 76
April 2018 72
March 2018 389
November 2017 98
October 2017 239
July 2017 174
June 2017 181
May 2017 187
February 2017 43
November 2015 73
October 2015 67
September 2015 205
August 2015 140
December 2014 80
October 2013 188

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News from Tooloom. (Article), The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser (NSW : 1904 - 1929), Friday 1 August 1913 page 4 2019-10-19 19:37 of tho Upper Tooloom Prngres* Association,
and at the annual meeting a short timo ago
President, Mr. E. Stanfield j vicepresi
dent, Mr. T. lSyrnes ; treasurer, Mr. M. K.
M'ijean ; lion, seoretary, Air. r. James;
auditors, Messrs. A. Lawrence und C. J.
held at tho Tooloom Hotel, there was a
trict was discussed, and it was droided to
writo to tho Tentorlield and Tomki Shire
Counoila asking thorn to have the toads put
in a proper state of repair. Tho question of
to having tho qua-nmine lifted fruin the
loom. The mitler'of railway connection
was mentioned, anil it was decided to com
ing. Tho mail services in the district wero
under revinw, and a motion was carried to
the (fleet that an attempt be made to nbtlin
necessity for telephonic communinatinn was
also urged, and the postal authorities arc to
At the annual meeting nf tho Tooluom
Rifle Club the following ntlicerx wero elected
Bonuer ; lion, secretary, Mr. S. A. Lee j
treasurer, Mr. 1*. James ; committee,
and Cook ; amli'tois, Messrs. E Staufiidd
disclosed a very satisfactory state rf affairs,
the credit balanoo being about 1112. Thu
shooting during tho year had been very
lo qualify fnr B grade. Mr D. Bonner won
the captain's trophy for the best shot in 11
grade with a score of 170, Mr. R. H. Pascoa
being runner-up. Eight members giined
the marksman's hadgo. Special tnoution
was inadit of the good work done liy-lhe
riiliiing captain (Mr. Thos, Byrnes) during
llio past two years.
of the Upper Tooloom Progress Association,
and at the annual meeting a short time ago
President, Mr. E. Stanfield; vice-presi
dent, Mr. T. Byrnes ; treasurer, Mr. M. K.
M'Lean ; hon, secretary, Mr. P. James;
auditors, Messrs. A. Lawrence and C. J.
held at the Tooloom Hotel, there was a
trict was discussed, and it was decided to
write to the Tenterfield and Tomki Shire
Councils asking them to have the roads put
in a proper state of repair. The question of
to having the quarantine lifted from the
loom. The matter of railway connection
was mentioned, and it was decided to com
ing. Tho mail services in the district were
under review, and a motion was carried to
the effect that an attempt be made to obtain
necessity for telephone communication was
also urged, and the postal authorities are to
At the annual meeting of the Tooloom
Rifle Club the following officers were elected
Bonner ; hon, secretary, Mr. S. A. Lee ;
treasurer, Mr. P. James ; committee,
and Cook ; auditors, Messrs. E Stanfield
disclosed a very satisfactory state of affairs,
the credit balance being about 12 pounds. Thu
shooting during the year had been very
to qualify for B grade. Mr D. Bonner won
the captain's trophy for the best shot in B
grade with a score of 170, Mr. R. H. Pascoe
being runner-up. Eight members gained
the marksman's badge. Special mention
was made of the good work done by the
retiring captain (Mr. Thos, Byrnes) during
the past two years.
Tooloom Complaints. (Article), The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser (NSW : 1904 - 1929), Monday 27 February 1922 page 2 2019-10-19 19:18 and Tonterfield, the way the public are
treated »t Tooloom, Urbenvillo aud
flood bout at Tooloom, and can be eight
more for all Tenterfield earcs. They are
mail. When tho mailman conies here,
leading a pack horso ho has got to sit
ho could put the mail in the boat and
cross over. Also tho people are cut oil
from the post office and the storo, nnd
tho school children are barbound.
soud a boat. I think the correspondence
parts is of us much importance as that
of tho towns.
and Tenterfield, the way the public are
treated at Tooloom, Urbenville and
flood boat at Tooloom, and can be eight
more for all Tenterfield cares. They are
mail. When the mailman comes here,
leading a pack horse he has got to sit
he could put the mail in the boat and
cross over. Also the people are cut off
from the post office and the store, and
the school children are barbound.
send a boat. I think the correspondence
parts is of as much importance as that
of the towns.
URBENVELLE Personal (Article), The Kyogle Examiner (NSW : 1912; 1914 - 1915; 1917 - 1954), Tuesday 8 April 1952 [Issue No.6768] page 3 2019-10-18 19:33 URBENVELLE I
I
son. of Tooloom, have re- '
URBENVELLE

son, of Tooloom, have re-
TOOLOOM. (Article), The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate (NSW : 1900 - 1914), Tuesday 7 May 1907 [Issue No.32] page 2 2019-10-18 19:31 I . (FBOM A ; CONNESPONDENT.)
ACCIDENT.-A nasty accident ^occurred
to Mr. J. Payne, 'of the Tooloom; Hotel,;
this week, the result of n, buggy accident,
but fortunately "no serious consequences
accompanied ; by Messrs. T. B. 3oarup
and E. M'Williama, .mining managers,
had just returned to, the hotel, from a
drive. Mr. Payno handed the reins to
ground, and Messrs. ? Bearup and
51'Williams alighted, but as.Mr. Payne
was about to follow suit, tlio horses be
came startlcd and made off, with the re
sult that tho groom lost tho reins, and
Mr. Payne was left lielploss in'the trap.
After the'horses! had prol!c6ded'for some
distance at full speed, the veliiclo came
in contact with'a stump, and Mr. Payne
cannob. Fortunately his vest bccamo.
bnggy, which broko the fall,, otherwise
Mr. Payne must have been seriously ' in
jured. As it wan, although . no. bones
terriblo shock; from which he has yet
not recovered.' Strange :to relate, Mr.
Payne was a victim to a similar :accident
oil the Killarncy road some three months
ago, but on that occasion ho was not BO
fortunate as he fell between tho wheels
and body of the vehicle, with the rosult
that ho had thrco ribs broken, beside
of this accident, when tho present one
(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.)
ACCIDENT.-A nasty accident occurred
to Mr. J. Payne, of the Tooloom Hotel
this week, the result of a, buggy accident,
but fortunately no serious consequences
accompanied ;by Messrs. T. B. Bearup
and E. M'Williams, mining managers,
had just returned to the hotel, from a
drive. Mr. Payne handed the reins to
ground, and Messrs. Bearup and
M'Williams alighted, but as Mr. Payne
was about to follow suit, the horses be
came startled and made off, with the re
sult that the groom lost the reins, and
Mr. Payne was left helpless in the trap.
After the horses had proceeded for some
distance at full speed, the vehicle came
in contact with a stump, and Mr. Payne
cannon. Fortunately his vest became
buggy, which broke the fall, otherwise
Mr. Payne must have been seriously in
jured. As it was, although no bones
terrible shock, from which he has yet
not recovered. Strange to relate, Mr.
Payne was a victim to a similar accident
on the Killarney road some three months
ago, but on that occasion he was not so
fortunate as he fell between the wheels
and body of the vehicle, with the result
that he had three ribs broken, beside
of this accident, when the present one

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