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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,130,413
2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,178
3 DonnaTelfer 3,561,952
4 Rhonda.M 3,548,959
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
381 jeffreyd 138,059
382 Cerridwen 137,942
383 Lance.Dwyer 137,928
384 MarE11 137,313
385 squeem 137,104
386 jjh1234 136,310

137,313 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2020 599
May 2020 419
April 2020 1,377
March 2020 1,203
February 2020 203
January 2020 180
December 2019 239
November 2019 605
October 2019 912
September 2019 1,078
August 2019 704
July 2019 2,715
June 2019 2,073
May 2019 2,167
April 2019 2,776
March 2019 2,681
February 2019 1,914
January 2019 561
December 2018 136
November 2018 456
October 2018 453
September 2018 853
August 2018 29
July 2018 142
June 2018 186
May 2018 273
April 2018 3,150
March 2018 2,882
February 2018 31
November 2017 17
October 2017 7
January 2017 466
December 2016 3,576
November 2016 8,462
October 2016 3,716
September 2016 4,752
August 2016 8,973
July 2016 6,559
June 2016 1,977
May 2016 1,517
April 2016 1,583
March 2016 2,617
February 2016 1,006
January 2016 4,366
December 2015 475
November 2015 1,379
October 2015 893
September 2015 1,558
August 2015 588
July 2015 1,774
June 2015 2,404
May 2015 677
April 2015 793
March 2015 361
February 2015 997
January 2015 2,653
December 2014 1,257
November 2014 536
October 2014 1,445
September 2014 2,065
August 2014 921
July 2014 397
June 2014 600
May 2014 1,611
April 2014 190
March 2014 219
February 2014 74
January 2014 419
December 2013 258
November 2013 582
October 2013 3,372
September 2013 6,259
August 2013 3,232
July 2013 407
June 2013 4,566
May 2013 5,208
April 2013 1,222
March 2013 101
February 2013 68
January 2013 60
December 2012 190
August 2012 343
July 2012 128
June 2012 375
March 2012 1,516
February 2012 1,234
January 2012 1,232
December 2011 39
November 2011 953
October 2011 1,091

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,130,211
2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,178
3 DonnaTelfer 3,561,926
4 Rhonda.M 3,548,946
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
380 jeffreyd 138,050
381 Cerridwen 137,942
382 Lance.Dwyer 137,928
383 MarE11 137,178
384 jjh1234 136,299
385 stevemac3 136,140

137,178 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2020 599
May 2020 419
April 2020 1,377
March 2020 1,203
February 2020 203
January 2020 180
December 2019 239
November 2019 605
October 2019 912
September 2019 1,078
August 2019 704
July 2019 2,715
June 2019 2,073
May 2019 2,167
April 2019 2,776
March 2019 2,681
February 2019 1,914
January 2019 561
December 2018 136
November 2018 456
October 2018 453
September 2018 853
August 2018 29
July 2018 7
June 2018 186
May 2018 273
April 2018 3,150
March 2018 2,882
February 2018 31
November 2017 17
October 2017 7
January 2017 466
December 2016 3,576
November 2016 8,462
October 2016 3,716
September 2016 4,752
August 2016 8,973
July 2016 6,559
June 2016 1,977
May 2016 1,517
April 2016 1,583
March 2016 2,617
February 2016 1,006
January 2016 4,366
December 2015 475
November 2015 1,379
October 2015 893
September 2015 1,558
August 2015 588
July 2015 1,774
June 2015 2,404
May 2015 677
April 2015 793
March 2015 361
February 2015 997
January 2015 2,653
December 2014 1,257
November 2014 536
October 2014 1,445
September 2014 2,065
August 2014 921
July 2014 397
June 2014 600
May 2014 1,611
April 2014 190
March 2014 219
February 2014 74
January 2014 419
December 2013 258
November 2013 582
October 2013 3,372
September 2013 6,259
August 2013 3,232
July 2013 407
June 2013 4,566
May 2013 5,208
April 2013 1,222
March 2013 101
February 2013 68
January 2013 60
December 2012 190
August 2012 343
July 2012 128
June 2012 375
March 2012 1,516
February 2012 1,234
January 2012 1,232
December 2011 39
November 2011 953
October 2011 1,091

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 407,787
2 GeoffMMutton 240,321
3 PhilThomas 145,472
4 mickbrook 115,362
5 DavoChiss 113,422
...
352 heungshan1 136
353 Imperator 136
354 genrob2206 135
355 MarE11 135
356 RhylMDearden 134
357 emdell 133

135 line(s) corrected.

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July 2018 135


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HIRING OF IMMIGRANTS. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Tuesday 1 January 1884 [Issue No.1401] page 5 2020-06-02 13:50 hiring of immigrants.
the superintendence of Mr Wise, at tho immigra
tion depot, Hyde Park. Ab is usually the case, the
situations on very satisfactory terms. B'or nine
fewer than 47 applicants, and tbe result was that
a great majority of tbe would-be hirers bad to
wogre of from 7s to 14s per week, and the result of
the hiring showed an average of lis 2d per week
bad been obtained. The immigrants who arrived
all engaged privately. At Fort llacquarie hiring-
room, earlier in tbe morning, a few single men and
rates, but tbo great majority of tbe immigrants of
tbis cIses were either coming oat to friends or bad
HIRING OF IMMOGRANTS
Sydenham, was proceeded with yesterday under
the superintendence of Mr Wise, at the immigra
tion depot, Hyde Park. As is usually the case, the
situations on very satisfactory terms. For nine
fewer than 47 applicants, and the result was that
a great majority of the would-be hirers had to
wages of from 7s to 14s per week, and the result of
the hiring showed an average of 11s 2d per week
had been obtained. The immigrants who arrived
all engaged privately. At Fort Macquarie hiring-
room, earlier in the morning, a few single men and
rates, but the great majority of the immigrants of
this cIass were either coming out to friends or had
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS. EXAMINATIONS, 1922. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Saturday 16 December 1922 page 2 2020-06-02 10:53 •Air Tl. Moorhcad was presented w'tl/
an enlarged- photo of S. Paul's Presbyterian
by tho congregation, •prior to his departure
from tho' town. Mr. Moorhead
has htim.on older of the church
and- a valued church workex*.
Mr R. Moorhead was presented ith
an enlarged photo of S. Paul's Presbyterian
by the congregation, prior to his departure
from the town. Mr. Moorhead
has been an elder of the church
and a valued church worker.
A BUSINESS CHANGE. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Saturday 14 October 1922 page 2 2020-06-02 10:44 A BUSINESS OHANQE, I
Mr. R, Moorhoad.who has bcon in
business at' Young for 13 years, ia
R. Henry, the new proprietor will as.
Uralla. whero ho was for 12 years
conncctcd with a lar^o business house
as manoger. On leaving thcro recently,
the citlrona of tho town and
thn shop staff gayo him a send off in
recognition of hia services for tho
town, Mr. Moorheod gocg to Eastwood
on .tho Hornsby lino, whero he
has purchased a homo.
A BUSINESS CHANGE.
Mr. R. Moorhead, who has been in
business at Young for 13 years, is
R. Henry, the new proprietor will as-
Uralla. where he was for 12 years
connected with a large business house
as manager. On leaving there recently,
the citlzens of the town and
the shop staff gave him a send off in
recognition of his services for the
town. Mr. Moorhead goes to Eastwood
on the Hornsby line, where he
has purchased a home.
While coming toward Wagga on the
THE PRESS. Its Use in Business. AN INTERESTING REVIEW. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Thursday 12 October 1922 page 4 2020-06-02 10:39 A moat successful clearance sale
i was yesterday effected by QJr. W. A.
lirodorick, auctioneer, on. bcihalf of
Mr. HI. <Moorhead, who has disposed
of Jjia clothing buainess to Mr. R.
Henry and* Is shortly leaving the dis*.
trict. Good prices wero obtained,
and tho Qttendanco was largo#
A most successful clearance sale
was yesterday effected by Mr. W. A.
Broderick, auctioneer, on behalf of
Mr. R. Moorhead, who has disposed
of his clothing business to Mr. R.
Henry and is shortly leaving the dis-
trict. Good prices were obtained,
and the attendance was large.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Thursday 8 June 1922 page 2 2020-06-02 10:33 . Oa Sunday moraine tho "wliolo service

at St. Paul's wan devoted to tho
Sunday scholars and tho awarding ot
•prlzos for thoir work, attendance, etc.
i'or a porlod of moro than 12 months.
fThoro was a good attondanco. ot
iscliolars,' and ot parents and friends'
Interested In their welfaro. Tho Ilov.
Humo Humphreys preached exclusively
to tho young peoplo and children,
taking as his text Provorbs 25-2&—
uAn cold waters to a thirsty soul, eo
Js good nowu from.a far country."
His ©no purpose throughout "Was to
Impress upon his hearers tho great
prcclousnoss of the Blblo, the Book
of tho Sunday School.
Alter tho sermon tho minister, as»
slated by the suporlntondont, Mr.- R.
Moorhead, presented the prizes In tho
following order;— I
Kindorgarten: Nancy Christian,1
Jocalo Eastloy, Dell Plgr-ame, Len'
Plgrame, Mena Christian, Jeaa Mc-,
Grogor, Kelvin Campbell, Bessie Bull,
Jack Bull, Jean Moorhead, May Desmond,
Marlon. Mcintosh, Marina Desmond,

Jean Eastloy, Dorothy Nellson,
'iCathorlno Good,
Boya' Intermediate Dopt.—First
prizes: Uoland Campbell, Geoff
Wright, ■Wllllo Moorhead. Seoon4
prizo: Jim Patoman.
On Sunday morning the whole ser-

vice at St. Paul's was devoted to the
Sunday scholars and the awarding of
prlzes for their work, attendance, etc.
for a period of more than 12 months.
There was a good attendance of
scholars and of parents and friends
interested In their welfare. The Rev.
Hume Humphreys preached exclusively
to the young people and children,
taking as his text Proverbs 25-25 —
"As cold waters to a thirsty soul, so
is good news from a far country."
His one purpose throughout was to
impress upon his hearers the great
preciousness of the Blble, the Book
of the Sunday School.
Alter the sermon the minister, as-
sisted by the superintendent, Mr. R.
Moorhead, presented the prizes in the
following order;—
Kindorgarten: Nancy Christian,
Jessie Eastley, Dell Pigrame, Len
Pigrame, Mena Christian, Jean Mc-
Gregor, Kelvin Campbell, Bessie Bull,
Jack Bull, Jean Moorhead, May Des-
mond, Marion Mcintosh, Marina Des-

mond,, Jean Eastley, Dorothy Neilson,
Katherlne Good,
Boys' Intermediate Dept.—First
prizes: Roland Campbell, Geoff
Wright, Wlllie Moorhead. Seoond
prize: Jim Pateman.
A Business Extension. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Friday 20 August 1920 page 1 2020-06-02 09:50 A Buelnoso Extension.
•»ir. II, (Moorhead hns Just coi>,L
Plet'ed cxtonelvn alterations to lilrf

inalCH1 outfitting department. These.
< extensions wore necessary owing to
(Qe. rapid growth of tho business, and
Provide for inoro room, and moro
•to show tho goods. A fippplbl 'dis-ji
Play of spring goodd Jsnow' showing:
in shop ond windows.
A Business Extension.
Mr. R. Moorhead has Just com-
pleted extensive alterations to his

ladies outfitting department. These
extensions were necessary owing to
the rapid growth of the business, and
provide for more room, and more light
to show the goods. A special dis-
play of spring goods is now showing
in shop and windows.
The Young Witness With which is incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS FRIDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1920. CURRENT NEWS. Court Fees Increased. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Friday 6 August 1920 page 2 2020-06-02 09:44 A SpcciaJ Display ^
Of "Scw Spring Mdlinery, bilky.
Georgettes and Crupe-de-Chlnu on Sal
urdav, 7ili, and .following daya a!
.Moorhead'*, ladies' Outlining Depart
A Special Display
Of New Spring Millinery, Silks,
Georgettes and Crepe-de-Chlne on Sal
urdav, 7th, and following days at
Moorhead's, ladies' Outfitting Depart-
THE OLD AND THE NEW. Struggles and Triumphs. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Friday 30 April 1920 page 5 2020-06-02 09:20 Tho new church Is being erected
Trom plans supplied by -Mr. Wm. M.
Campbell, 'F.R.V.l.A., a prominent
architect of 'Melbourne, and will be
uxtorlor walls arc to he of blue clay
stone, from tho Bendlck Worrell quar
ries, the whole of tho stone being
arches and stops aro to bo of local
grey granite, and tho roof- of slate.
Tho Interior woodwork Is to ho lln:
ished in oiled <Tasmanlan blackwood,
und already fiorao handsome gtttn
havo been received for the furnishing
'of tho design is tho seating accom
modation, which departs from the re
gular custom, tho rows of scats form
building will bo further enhanced by
tho Caldwell family in the district,
which will servo as a fitting memor
ial both of ono of tho earliest pion
eers of tho district as well as of his
great a part In tho building up of the
district and the dofonco of tho Em
pire . Tho organ is to have tubular
pneumatic action, and will be operat
special motor being installed for tho
purpose. The erection of tho organ
is in .the hands of Mr. 1C. TV. iLeggo,
of Sydnoy, whilst tho. contractor for
tho building is 'Mr. H. -It. IBlackett
of this town. Tho building, when'
completed, will .cost in the vicinity
of £4000, and will bo a credit to . tho
Presbyterian community, and an' ad
ornment to tho town.
The new church Is being erected
from plans supplied by Mr. Wm. M.
Campbell, F.R.V.l.A., a prominent
architect of Melbourne, and will be
exterior walls are to be of blue clay
stone, from the Bendlck Morrell quar
ries, the whole of the stone being
arches and steps are to be of local
grey granite, and the roof of slate.
The interior woodwork is to be fln-
ished in oiled Tasmanlan blackwood,
and already some handsome gifts
have been received for the furnishing
of the design is the seating accom-
modation, which departs from the re-
gular custom, the rows of seats form
building will be further enhanced by
the Caldwell family in the district,
which will serve as a fitting memor
ial both of one of the earliest pion-
eers of the district as well as of his
great a part In the building up of the
district and the defence of the Em
pire. The organ is to have tubular-
pneumatic action, and will be operat-
special motor being installed for the
purpose. The erection of the organ
is in the hands of Mr. C. W. Leggo,
of Sydney, whilst the contractor for
the building is Mr. H. R. Blackett
of this town. The building, when
completed, will cost in the vicinity
of £4000, and will be a credit to the
Presbyterian community, and an ad
ornment to the town.
THE OLD AND THE NEW. Struggles and Triumphs. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Friday 30 April 1920 page 5 2020-06-02 09:14 Kiev. John Smith as their minister,
whilst tho 'Rev. James Scott was in
ducted as 'Minister of Young. Mr.
: Scott resigned in 1915, and tho pre
Kent minister, tho Rev. J. B. Steel,
B.A., was called and Inducted.
Rev. John Smith as their minister,
whilst the Rev. James Scott was in
ducted as Minister of Young. Mr.
Scott resigned in 1915, and the pre
sent minister, the Rev. J. B. Steel,
B.A., was called and inducted.
THE OLD AND THE NEW. Struggles and Triumphs. (Article), Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Friday 30 April 1920 page 5 2020-06-02 09:13 DavioH, and it was during dir. Davie*
ilrao that a movement was begun
towards tho erection of tho now
church, and in fact plans and rpecl- <
llcntlonu had been already drawn
out 'before 'Mr. -Davles' departuro lor
Scotland in 1913. At the closc of
this period the (Biund portion of the
Chnrgo decided once more to strike
out on their own accouut, and were
Davies, and it was during Mr. Davies
time that a movement was begun
towards the erection of the new
church, and in fact plans and speci-
fications had been already drawn
out before Mr. Davles' departure for
Scotland in 1913. At the close of
this period the Bland portion of the
Charge decided once more to strike
out on their own account, and were

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