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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,130,615
2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,506
3 DonnaTelfer 3,562,102
4 Rhonda.M 3,548,959
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
2836 margbry 10,530
2837 davetheresearcher 10,526
2838 gwnunn 10,525
2839 MudgeeLibrary 10,521
2840 jennyjoyce 10,506
2841 RosaT 10,505

10,521 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2020 146
May 2020 571
April 2020 1,198
March 2020 2,097
February 2020 1,648
January 2020 1,329
December 2019 1,112
November 2019 1,562
October 2019 754
October 2017 104

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,130,413
2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,506
3 DonnaTelfer 3,562,076
4 Rhonda.M 3,548,946
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
2831 hjelmstrom 10,538
2832 margbry 10,530
2833 gwnunn 10,525
2834 MudgeeLibrary 10,521
2835 jennyjoyce 10,506
2836 RosaT 10,505

10,521 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2020 146
May 2020 571
April 2020 1,198
March 2020 2,097
February 2020 1,648
January 2020 1,329
December 2019 1,112
November 2019 1,562
October 2019 754
October 2017 104

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SHE KEPT THE SECRET. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 16:02 'Why, Miss A ? ' said the land
enumerator will not ho able to make this
'That-;' said Miss A ? placidly.
' Oil, that U written in Russian, you
at tlui office, of course.' And she calmly
retired, well awaro that not a soul in the
'Why, Miss A———' said the land-
enumerator will not be able to make this
'That ?' said Miss A——— placidly.
' Oh, that is written in Russian, you
at the office, of course.' And she calmly
retired, well aware that not a soul in the
SHE KEPT THE SECRET. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 16:00 Secretary was nf course out of the
question, and considorablo curioBity was
would treat the quory as to her age.
1 iin cmurguncy. one quiouy micd in all
eager eyes around scanned tho 'age
column ' they found thoy could make
here they wero puzzled.
Secretary was of course out of the
question, and considerable curiosity was
would treat the query as to her age.
the emergency. She quietly filled in all
eager eyes around scanned the 'age
column ' they found they could make
here they were puzzled.
SHE KEPT THE SECRET. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 15:58 An amusing story is told of a miidsn
London hotel, when the last census waa
rather sensitive on the subjeot of age,
the subjeot of sonic quizzing among the
other cupsts. The o.nnnim n&nnr Infh nf
requested to fill in the various Bpaces as
to their nnteccdenlH, &u.
An amusing story is told of a maiden
London hotel, when the last census was
rather sensitive on the subject of age,
the subject of some quizzing among the
other guests. The census paper left at
requested to fill in the various spaces as
to their antecedents, &c.
AN EXCHANGE OF ADVICE. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 15:56 AN EXCHANGE OP ADVICE.
At an Euglish railway station an offi
cial, who happened to bo very stoat,
to him and said
? There is no smoking allowed here,
sii.'
nueubiuu iu mui, »uu Kept ?muitiug:
and pompous official, who again ap
proacned him and sternly said : —
' There are rules on thia line, sir, and
you have two alternatives, onb of which
you must do ; either stop stroking or go
The gentloman stopped a moment,
of the official, sail : —
' Friend, there are two things, one qf
eat less or burst I'
AN EXCHANGE OF ADVICE.
At an English railway station an offi-
cial, who happened to be very stout,
to him and said :—
' There is no smoking allowed here,
sir.'
attention to him, and kept smoking
and pompous official, who again ap-
proached him and sternly said : —
' There are rules on this line, sir, and
you have two alternatives, one of which
you must do ; either stop smoking or go
The gentleman stopped a moment,
of the official, said : —
' Friend, there are two things, one of
eat less or burst !'
TRICKED. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 15:49 attoniihment, that birds were tbe
favourito butt of tbe marksmen, who
but seldom missed their aim. Where
thing. At last a soldier' fired over the
eyg, and cut the thread to which the
gnund without breaking.
The mystery was solved. The cun
aside each time by tho current of air in
astonishment, that birds were the
favourite butt of the marksmen, who
but seldom missed their aim. Where-
thing. At last a soldier fired over the
egg, and cut the thread to which the
ground without breaking.
The mystery was solved. The cun-
aside each time by the current of air in
PILFREND YARNS. HE JOINED PA AND MA FOR CHRISTMAS. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 15:47 feeling, found the prisoner 'Guilty.'
Before pasiing sentence the Judge
' that the prisoner had some five pre
vious convictions against bim, but he
was glad to sty that Mr. A ? '* elo
or unanswersd, for he would oommit
con would thus be able to spend the en
suing Christmas under one roof.'
feeling, found the prisoner "Guilty."
Before passing sentence the Judge
" that the prisoner had some five pre-
vious convictions against him, but he
was glad to say that Mr. A———'s elo-
or unanswered, for he would commit
son would thus be able to spend the en-
suing Christmas under one roof."
PILFREND YARNS. HE JOINED PA AND MA FOR CHRISTMAS. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 15:45 A barrister in Sydney, an cxoeedingly
smart advocate, and who** aervio**
were invariably called into tequut when
but little hope of an acquittal by any or
dinary mean* of defence remiined ia th*
one day in a ' forlorn hope ' made an
eloquent appeal in tne jury, urging tn*m
not to blight the future of his olient — a
grey-haired and venerable parent* in
England looking anxiously tor the re
Christmas with them, and he dramati
cally asked the jury ' if they had the
happiness?'
A barrister in Sydney, an exceedingly
smart advocate, and whose services
were invariably called into request when
but little hope of an acquittal by any or-
dinary means of defence remained in the
one day in a " forlorn hope " made an
eloquent appeal in the jury, urging them
not to blight the future of his client — a
grey-haired and venerable parents in
England looking anxiously tor the re-
Christmas with them, and he dramati-
cally asked the jury " if they had the
happiness?"
PILFREND YARNS. HE JOINED PA AND MA FOR CHRISTMAS. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 15:41 PILFIRID YARII.
PILFERED YARNS.
The Leisure Hour. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 15:40 No. 11 Prz/i.E.
A man buys a hat for 7s (id anil gives
1 the hatter IDs. The latter, having 110
, f' change, gets it Irom a neighbour, and
give* hia customer '2s Oil change. The
?eigfabour finds the 10s is had, anil gets
the BKX-ey refunded by the halter. How
?taoh does the halter lose?'
No. 11 PUZZLE.
A man buys a hat for 7s 6d and gives
the hatter 10s. The latter, having no
no change, gets it from a neighbour, and
gives his customer 2s 6d change. The
neighbour finds the 10s is bad, and gets
the money refunded by the hatter. How
much does the hatter lose?
The Leisure Hour. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Friday 20 December 1895 [Issue No.11] page 11 2020-06-02 15:35 No. 10 Przzi.K.
Arrange rratchcs in the form of the
Now alter the position of llireo
Batches and use lliein all again so as to
aake four perfcct squareH.
No. 10 PUZZLE.
Arrange matches in the form of the
Now alter the position of three
matches and use them all again so as to
make four perfect squares.

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