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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,855,661
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,378,928
5 Rhonda.M 3,199,317
...
4296 Catherinemk 5,053
4297 tbuy001 5,053
4298 chrisydennis 5,052
4299 Karen1970 5,052
4300 maxrussel 5,050
4301 kwoodgat 5,049

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November 2019 68
October 2019 377
September 2019 82
August 2019 43
July 2019 115
April 2019 66
March 2019 153
February 2019 146
January 2019 78
December 2018 49
November 2018 24
October 2018 35
August 2018 28
July 2018 42
March 2018 29
January 2018 228
December 2017 85
November 2017 12
October 2017 46
September 2017 35
August 2017 2
July 2017 62
June 2017 55
May 2017 517
April 2017 29
February 2017 12
December 2016 118
October 2016 458
September 2016 489
August 2016 28
July 2016 39
June 2016 186
May 2016 47
December 2014 89
October 2014 157
June 2014 66
April 2014 93
January 2014 7
December 2013 60
September 2013 57
July 2013 81
January 2013 25
December 2012 63
November 2012 19
August 2012 105
July 2012 33
May 2012 26
April 2012 240
March 2012 56
October 2011 28
July 2009 34
June 2009 20
May 2009 10

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,855,459
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,378,907
5 Rhonda.M 3,199,304
...
4329 smorley 4,981
4330 mary-e-d 4,979
4331 Gattaca 4,978
4332 Karen1970 4,977
4333 JanCam 4,974
4334 pbk918 4,971

4,977 line(s) corrected.

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November 2019 68
October 2019 370
September 2019 76
August 2019 43
July 2019 115
April 2019 66
March 2019 103
February 2019 146
January 2019 78
December 2018 49
November 2018 24
October 2018 35
August 2018 28
July 2018 42
March 2018 29
January 2018 228
December 2017 85
November 2017 12
October 2017 46
September 2017 35
August 2017 2
July 2017 62
June 2017 55
May 2017 509
April 2017 29
February 2017 12
December 2016 118
October 2016 454
September 2016 489
August 2016 28
July 2016 39
June 2016 186
May 2016 47
December 2014 89
October 2014 157
June 2014 66
April 2014 93
January 2014 7
December 2013 60
September 2013 57
July 2013 81
January 2013 25
December 2012 63
November 2012 19
August 2012 105
July 2012 33
May 2012 26
April 2012 240
March 2012 56
October 2011 28
July 2009 34
June 2009 20
May 2009 10

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 136,930
3 mickbrook 112,908
4 GeoffMMutton 69,615
5 murds5 61,555
...
494 EDMO 75
495 Grover65k 75
496 HelenBarton 75
497 Karen1970 75
498 LindaSD 75
499 NickPitt 75

75 line(s) corrected.

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October 2019 7
September 2019 6
March 2019 50
May 2017 8
October 2016 4


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Local and [?] News. (Article), The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate (NSW : 1882 - 1950), Saturday 8 July 1882 [Issue No.1] page 3 2019-11-23 14:38 SCoral »nrt ftrwrat Jlcu's.
Thk Wr.ATireR.— The teu-peratuic iluring tli- Past
wick lias been very low, st-crc fiostsocciun.^' »ow
ficqinntly ; the country in rJi«- om-ly inoniiiif having
tho appearance of a fall of fiiow. The grass, i» con
scipicnce, is now assuminr ? vcr.V ilry nu'i withcrcil
? . __ ? A 4.U:_. In i^r- f.f ii»*i mnr iniu' ll(» Kfieii
'1*1 '''' illl'-C X* Mini lii^'-1 vi »v^ ???«„; »'?? ? ? I
on water left iu the ojmi Sl^At Ennis it wns a
ijuailcr of an inch in thl-kncn ; at-RoHaiuls l'lains 1
it was as great aa an iiid ; anil we liave \-L-eii reliably I
iiifonncil tliat a cup ofmilk left iii the exposed air
;it l.-ain.lon Haven »?« turneo1 out in a soliil mass.
Tlii* gr-;at cliaiif;e lia. hiwl the effect 'f giving a great
nuinlwr of people wids, lj.)th in Port Mucquarie and
on the Hafl,u7g-.1i+cr. These appear to lie woi-ae
at JtSIi'tluin in the .lay, the reason being, probably,
jXaA thi. days aiv warm while the night? arc very |
U-oW. ?
^??K- ,/T together for the purple nf roi.^i.lcring
Local and General News
THE WEATHER.— The temperature during the past
week has been very low, severe frosts occurring now
frequently ; the country in the early morning having
the appearance of a fall of snow. The grass, in con
sequence, is now assuming very dry and withered
appearance. A thin layer of ice may now be seen
on water left in the open air. At Ennis it was a
quarter of an inch in thickness ; at Rollands Plains
it was as great aa an inch ; and we have been reliably
informed that a cup of milk left in the exposed air
at Camden Haven was turned out in a solid mass.
This great change has had the effect of giving a great
number of people ?ds, both in Port Macquarie and
on the Hastings River. These appear to be worse
at night than in the day, the reason being, probably,
that the days are warm while the nights arevery
cold.
School T together for the purple nf roi.^i.lcring
[?] Corner. LOVE AND THE BLOSSOMS. (Article), The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate (NSW : 1882 - 1950), Saturday 8 July 1882 [Issue No.1] page 1 2019-11-23 14:28 ?BUie «'ig ud * vet,
Bii around are jjling
[KSs soft to mj Jet. 4
f« '».9-wer8 ce »t charm me,
jJbhftirds'.eongL Jfe not fir me ;
llMiilKreioic'e witSt the blossoms,
jtBvlLUs him J»ci from sea.
some song and ?et,
? around are ?ling
owers soft to ?et.
him the flowers caninot charm me,
the birds' song are not for me;
ll only rejoice with the blossoms,
they hasten him back from sea.
[?] Corner. LOVE AND THE BLOSSOMS. (Article), The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate (NSW : 1882 - 1950), Saturday 8 July 1882 [Issue No.1] page 1 2019-11-23 14:22 hy ha,™-J*ii hteart to bfosaom
tm yon know toy love's Away ?
« sailed o'of the ocean /bright,*
% buTo*H white with foam ;
WttSKf&M
HH^rritn*on the wrapper ' witii earer.w'
HI L| to him. over the ocean,
?PKfinflLV {olds, to-day ; -
?HheiVis vacant
Hw* free so white aud cay.
?EKy heart will be troubled
??K-eaib; on tbejtossuig sea ;
HRgc beautiful*pring-time '
^Kffost its charm for me.
Mble tlie birds aretiiiging -~J
hy have you heart to blossom
on you know my love's away ?
e sailed o'er the ocean bright,
e billows white with foam ;
inking ??? ???? ??? blossoms,
rite on the wrapper " with care. "
as to him over the ocean,
in thy folds, to-day ;
seat is vacant
tree so white and gay.
my heart will be troubled
the sails on the tossing sea ;
the beautiful spring-time
now lost its charm for me.
my love the birds are singing.
[?] Corner. LOVE AND THE BLOSSOMS. (Article), The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate (NSW : 1882 - 1950), Saturday 8 July 1882 [Issue No.1] page 1 2019-11-23 14:10 oaaonu ioi)««rtlfteouB and Jgay,
i mock mgnfirrdwing heap ;
fcowtiwRnoy love's aw»V,
t wi&jritf «re lifld to phrt.
t shelte&jjl us'tniiuy a dfciy ;
ossoms so beauteous and gay,
mock my sorrowing heart;
now that my love's away,
t with grief we had to part.
the wide-spreading shade
t sheltered us many a day ;
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Thursday 7 November 1839 [Issue No.4250] page 3 2019-11-03 18:58 FOR ¡LOSTOCK,
FOR LONDON,
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Thursday 10 September 1829 [Issue No.1708] page 4 2019-11-03 18:54 way this opportunity lostock a Fuara wiíl
way this opportunity to stock a Farm will
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Tuesday 11 August 1829 [Issue No.1695] page 4 2019-11-03 18:53 TO be SOLD, by PRIVITB CON-
TRACT, 2000 EWES. Th se Sheet»
have been improved by crosses from tho
Flocks of tlie Rev. S. MARSDEN, JOHV
M'ARTHUR, Esq. and the Saxon Rums or
heen paid to the impinveineiit ni the
fleece, as well a» of th« i arcase. In evei v
way this opportunity lostock a Farm will
be found one of the most ndvuntageous ovei
¡wool may be inspected to shew the mtnre
jof'the fleece? and every facility will he
igiven to enable any Purchaser to ki ow
'what he is purchasing. Ti oin on» lo five
hundred head of Homed Cattle ure ready
for Sale, of the most1 approved bt eed 11
Every other particulai.mi.y be obtained,
hy un. application to J^iKs HASSAL!^,
George-street, Purramatta.
TO be SOLD, by PRIVATE CON-
TRACT, 2000 EWES. These Sheep
have been improved by crosses from the
Flocks of the Rev. S. MARSDEN, JOHN
M'ARTHUR, Esq. and the Saxon Rams of
been paid to the improvement of the
fleece, as well as of the carcase. In every
way this opportunity to stock a Farm will
be found one of the most advantageous ever
wool may be inspected to shew the nature
of the fleece ; and every facility will be
given to enable any Purchaser to know
what he is purchasing. From one to five
hundred head of Homed Cattle are ready
for Sale, of the most approved breed in
Every other particulars may be obtained,
by an application to JAMES HASSALL,
George-street, Parramatta.
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our Cmretpondent.) PARRAMATTA. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 28 November 1845 [Issue No.2666] page 2 2019-10-23 21:08 ACT OP LIBERALITY.-These gentlemen stating
ACT OF LIBERALITY.-These gentlemen stating
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our Cmretpondent.) PARRAMATTA. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 28 November 1845 [Issue No.2666] page 2 2019-10-23 21:08 I NEWS FROM TUB INTERIOR.
(From our Correspondent, J
THE FonoBUY ON MBSSHS. BYKNES.-The man
day), fully committed for trial. Tho particu-
and brother, and slating he wished to purchaso
a cheque for £60 9s. Gd , drawn by Helta and
the body of it to be in Mr. Pumon'shand writing,
proceeded to the lutter's stores, where a selec-
was made, leaving after payment being ttiken
for the flour previously purchased, abalance of
£49 odd in the priaontr's favour, which was
I notes, anti the remainder in small cheques of
the respectability of the piisonei's appearance,
tised, and Mr. Byrnes suspicions ot such
some hours ufterwards, when it was ascertained
that the prisoner hud offered the cheque to se-
veral parties in the towiij by whom it had
stead of proceeding to Wilberforce, whero he
stated ho resided, and the desire to return to
which as early as possible he gavo as his rea
i son tor changing the cheque in Parramatta, in-
stead ot going to Sydney had gone to a publi
' can's, hired a gig. and started for Syd-
the Bank clerks na being-shown it, stated that
they would have nt once cashed it on pre-
chequehad been stolen. He-course was had to the
done ¡ and Mr. Panton being accidentally met
given for £198 Gd , which ingenuity and art
had altered to £60 9s Gd. The difficulty now
was to discover the prisoner, abnutwhom noone
have been gifted with_a sort of instinct. It
seems this uctivo functionary, while standing
something in this, went after him und secured
of the small cheque» were, however, found oa
the WeWesduy &£ oAth^ I

was pawed, called on him, and Z ,,î]^
wished to pay some small deb in S ,that h«
as the transmission of the ml J !ey'wi
would be expensive, he should f "l L * J«
his giving him cheques for cMhïdfi8*1 b7
ingly gave him on o for £1 9"gd íii KKi^
fore the Court, und another for í¡)¡°f. *>
his paying him a commission. TI.1 " ?4 °tt
who did not offer any defence «r P .80ner'
questions of the witnesses, Ci»T Mk.»»jr
»or trial It came out in the"co¡t?e 0T^[4
dence, thnt among the cash giP, fcn bv A)6 eTi'
Byrnes was a £5 note, which ihl . s""
stating he wantetl smaller money for rP,m°net
got cheques of Mr. G. B. Suttee r'm,lrH
«ums ; these, as well " two of 'M' 6mal!«
cheques, were found on him ; otW^^'
haps, if the p.isoner had noY beT«' P;,N
captured, these documents would !. pe?%
subjected to the enlarging procès J ? Seca
the £19s cheque. Grant statLP i?tlSed «
have como free'to the coTon) al ¡T**
the conclusion of the examination M" At
Byrnes evinced the follow ing- ' Mes8n
ACT OP LIHEHAMTY.-These i?entlnn,
that they considered thaPt J pfe"^
ture-was solely owing to the S¡» ^
displayed by the ChitTf Constable A.Í?
zeal and vigilance and activity on A1«»
were most commendable ; they bt»5*?f
the Police Magistrate's pcimisrioW "I*
cash recovered might be BedT«, " ^
wa testimonial of their estimation of ¿ft
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR.
(From our Correspondent.)
THE FRGERY ON MESSRS. BYRNES.-The man
day), fully committed for trial. The particu-
and brother, and stating he wished to purchase
a cheque for £60 9s. 6d , drawn by Betts and
the body of it to be in Mr. Panton's hand writing,
proceeded to the latter's stores, where a selec-
was made, leaving after payment being taken
for the flour previously purchased, a balance of
£49 odd in the prisoner's favour, which was
notes, and the remainder in small cheques of
the respectability of the prisoner's appearance,
tised, and Mr. Byrnes suspicions of such
some hours afterwards, when it was ascertained
that the prisoner had offered the cheque to se-
veral parties in the town, by whom it had
stead of proceeding to Wilberforce, where he
stated he resided, and the desire to return to
which as early as possible he gave as his rea
son tor changing the cheque in Parramatta, in-
stead of going to Sydney had gone to a publi
can's, hired a gig. and started for Syd-
the Bank clerks on being-shown it, stated that
they would have at once cashed it on pre-
cheque had been stolen. Recourse was had to the
done ; and Mr. Panton being accidentally met
given for £1 9s 6d , which ingenuity and art
had altered to £60 9s 6d. The difficulty now
was to discover the prisoner, about whom no one
have been gifted with a sort of instinct. It
seems this active functionary, while standing
something in this, went after him and secured
of the small cheques were, however, found on
him. The evidence was rendered complete by
Mr Panton stating that the prison had on
the Wednesday previous to the day the cheque
was passed, called on him, and stated that he
wished to pay some small debts in Sydney, and
as the transmission of the money by post
would be expensive, he should feel obliged by
his giving him cheques for cash, and he accord-
ingly gave him one for £1 9s. 6d., the one be-
fore the Court, and another for £1 7s. 6d. on
his paying him a commission. The prisoner
who did not offer any defence, or ask any
questions of the witnesses, was then committed
for trial. It came out in the course of the evi-
dence, that among the cash given by Messrs.
Byrnes was a £5 note, which the prisoner
stating he wanted smaller money for, returned,
got cheques of Mr. G. B. Suttor's, for smaller
sums ; these, as well two of Messrs. B,'s
cheques, were found on him ; otherwise, per-
haps, if the prisoner had not been so speedily
captured, these documents would have been
subjected to the enlarging process practised on
the £1 9s cheque. Grant stated himself to
have come free to the colony as a sailor. At
the conclusion of the examination Messrs.
ACT OP LIBERALITY.-These gentlemen stating
that they considered that the prisoner's cap-
ture was solely owing to the uncommon tact
displayed by the Chief Constable, and that his
zeal and vigilance and activity on this occassion
were most commendable ; they begged with
the Police Magistrate's permission, that the
cash recovered might be handed over to him
as a testimonial of their estimation of his ser-
vices.
Parramatta News. (Article), Commercial Journal and General Advertiser (Sydney, NSW : 1845), Wednesday 11 June 1845 [Issue No.20] page 3 2019-10-23 20:34 who brought it, hut think it was a woman.
who brought it, but think it was a woman.

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