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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,007,028
2 noelwoodhouse 4,000,191
3 NeilHamilton 3,491,306
4 DonnaTelfer 3,455,769
5 Rhonda.M 3,423,476
...
2378 tedp 12,953
2379 gbfisk 12,908
2380 Qwill-pen 12,905
2381 SkeetMac 12,904
2382 VicPark2 12,898
2383 paul.stott 12,896

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March 2020 9
February 2020 179
January 2020 33
December 2019 20
November 2019 164
October 2019 12
September 2019 118
July 2019 6
June 2019 55
May 2019 175
April 2019 2
October 2018 29
September 2018 138
August 2018 420
July 2018 157
June 2018 234
May 2018 164
April 2018 182
March 2018 2
January 2018 4
June 2017 9
May 2017 14
April 2017 83
February 2017 121
January 2017 291
December 2016 242
March 2016 214
February 2016 186
October 2015 74
September 2015 435
January 2015 4
August 2014 29
July 2014 23
March 2014 315
February 2014 647
January 2014 1,810
December 2013 2,829
November 2013 3,363
April 2013 50
May 2011 62

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,006,826
2 noelwoodhouse 4,000,191
3 NeilHamilton 3,491,177
4 DonnaTelfer 3,455,743
5 Rhonda.M 3,423,463
...
2373 tedp 12,953
2374 jpalmer 12,918
2375 gbfisk 12,908
2376 SkeetMac 12,904
2377 Qwill-pen 12,900
2378 VicPark2 12,898

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February 2020 179
January 2020 33
December 2019 20
November 2019 164
October 2019 12
September 2019 118
July 2019 6
June 2019 55
May 2019 175
April 2019 2
October 2018 29
September 2018 138
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June 2018 234
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August 2014 29
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December 2013 2,829
November 2013 3,363
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OBITUARY (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 20 September 1923 [Issue No.23,807] page 8 2020-03-11 22:29 Death which took place at his residents,
placed on tho casket including a very nice
death which took place at his residence,
placed on the casket including a very nice
Personal. (Article), Kyabram Free Press and Rodney and Deakin Shire Advocate (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 22 June 1917 page 2 2020-03-04 10:41 The deatli occurred in the Echuca
District Hospital 011 the 12th iu.st. 0{
Mrs Fitch, wife of Mr Cfeorge Fitch
of Tongala.' The deceased was Til)
of the' institution for about two
trouble. Mrs Fitcli is survived by
her linsband and two child reu, a son
The death occurred in the Echuca
District Hospital on the 12th inst. of
Mrs Fitch, wife of Mr George Fitch
of Tongala. The deceased was 50
of the institution for about two
trouble. Mrs Fitch is survived by
her husband and two children, a son
Woman quarrelled before death (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Friday 6 November 1953 [Issue No.23,853] page 3 2020-02-19 15:30 home, had spent a night at Inverell, in north
this year, she said she In-
tended to marry a man j
nnmed Norman Mcllrick.
visited her at Inverell. '
Mrs Maher And Mcllrick
had come to her home late ,
night. I
She had told Mcllrick I
that Mrs Maher required !
treatment. |
lust about ready to give
easily take her own life. j
BITTER PRISON i
lofflcer at. Tamworth, Dr.:
Gerald Archbold, said thntl
;ln his opinion Mrs Maker's
; death was cnuscd by>
i poison. 1
I The poison hnd an ex-
I treniely bitter taste and
I would be one of the most,
i difficult poisons to ad
the proprietress of a Tamworth convalescent
home, had spent a night at Inverell, in north-
this year, she said she in-
tended to marry a man
named Norman Mcllrick.
visited her at Inverell.
Mrs Maher and Mcllrick
had come to her home late
night.
She had told Mcllrick
that Mrs Maher required
treatment.
just about ready to give
easily take her own life.
BITTER PRISON
offlcer at Tamworth, Dr.:
Gerald Archbold, said that
in his opinion Mrs Maher's
death was caused by
poison.
The poison had an ex-
tremely bitter taste and
would be one of the most
difficult poisons to ad-
Visit of the Governor to Cape Nelson. (Article), Portland Guardian (Vic. : 1876 - 1953), Monday 14 April 1913 [Issue No.6519] page 3 2020-02-19 10:43 Works, was more especially inter
paparatus, &c., expressed himself
which assembled in the front roum
The Governor and party, after ex
Works, was more especially inter-
ested in the Lighthouse, and after
apparatus, &c., expressed himself
which assembled in the front room
The Governor and party, after ex-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 4 January 1919 [Issue No.19,900] page 5 2020-02-18 19:52 BIRRELL. — On the 1st January, at St. Vtn
(?'??it's Hospital. MellxHtrne, Thomas Birreti, eldest
--?i» of the late James and Margaret Birretl, or
Numurkah, nged 74 years. Intcired Alclbourne
BIRRELL. — On the 1st January, at St. Vin-
cent's Hospital, Melbourne, Thomas Birrell, eldest
son of the late James and Margaret Birrell, or
Numurkah, aged 74 years. Interred Melbourne
THE AUSTRALASIANS. FATAL ACCIDENT TO A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. London, April 4. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 13 April 1901 [Issue No.3,106] page 6 2020-02-17 10:05 Til E A T' S T H A L A SIA X S.
AU ST IIALIAN.
Loiidoi), April i.
I -icu 1. ,7. T. Denipsey, of the third
iSouili Australian (.Imshmen'si contin
engagement. nnd Lieut. Barclay, of
A\>stern Australia, are about to be in
valided to Kligland.
London, April T>.
Pvt. E. II. Philpo'.t. of the New Zea
land nniglniders, was killed at Ka
ineelfontein: and Private A. Wookey,
from Uoshof.
to Australia and New Zealand 1)06 offi
cers and men. including a Jargo miro
Jjer of juvallda
Australian bushiuen, is reported to
Lave boon accidentally drowned at
KroouHtad. [The only sergeant named
Hamilton belonging to the South Aus
tralian buslimen bears the Christian
Ormazan 011 February 32.-JSd.J

rte. T. II. Ilempton, of New Zealand,
has succumbed to dysentery at Keu
iiardt.
Ixmdon, April 8.
P. Demim, of the New South "Wah'8
mounted infantry, who bad hitherto
time Ago in an action near JBloemfon
THE AUSTRALASIANS.
AUSTRALIAN.
London, April 4
Lieut. J. T. Dempsey, of the third
South Australian (bushmen's) contin-
engagement, and Lieut. Barclay, of
Western Australia, are about to be in
valided to England.
London, April 5.
Pvt. E. H. Philpott. of the New Zea-
land roughriders, was killed at Ka-
meelfontein: and Private A. Wookey,
from Boshof.
to Australia and New Zealand 906 offi-
cers and men. including a large num-
ber of invalids.
Australian bushmen, is reported to
have been accidentally drowned at
Kroonstad. [The only sergeant named
Hamilton belonging to the South Aus-
tralian bushmen bears the Christian
Ormazan on February 12.- Ed.]

rPe. T. H. Hempton, of New Zealand,
has succumbed to dysentery at Keu-
hardt.
London, April 8.
P. Denum, of the New South Wales
mounted infantry, who had hitherto
time ago in an action near Bloemfon-
Trucks Operated Outside Radius DRIVERS APPREHENDED NEAR WERRIBEE (Article), Werribee Shire Banner (Vic. : 1911 - 1952), Thursday 19 November 1936 [Issue No.1506] page 3 2020-02-16 14:34 Trucks" Operated Out
side Radius
DRIVERS APPREIIl?NDED NEAR
WEkRIBEE
Mocnday for operating on'the Princes
Highway withouL their vehicles being
licensed in.accordance with the Tran
Russell Street, an inspector attacw;ed
tacaed was loaded with 750 bricks.
bricks to the Geclong Grammar
at Preston and was to leceive 37/6 a
thousand for transporting them. Wit
anywShere in the State, but bricks were
Armstrong ;ad applied for a plermit
with a 60-mile radius, cbut this was
Percy Robert Pinchbeck, 61 Paking
rlicence had been granted, and Cecil
illiam Pinchbeck, .11 Keern Street,
'eelong, with being the driver. The'
evidence, of Const. Matthews. was to
owner, the trtck being the property
of his brother. Percy Pinchbeck. The
truck was loaded with 15G0 bricks,
Works, Brunswick, to Geelong. . An
I.V. licence had been granted for tae
Against Joseph Patrick Ml'Mahon,
491 Ityrie Street, Geelong, it was
when he was apprehended. Con
150d6 bricks. M'Mahon said he was
the cwner of the truck and that the
'Senior-Constable D. B. Matthews,
case, said that M'Mahon had since ap
without a licence Const. J. IE. Mat
truck w'hich was being driven through
saidt he was 'the owner of the truck
of wood, which \as to be sawn up
;aid that a licence was taken out thie
October. A fine of 5/- was announc
Trucks Operated Outside Radius
s
DRIVERS APPRENDED NEAR
WERRIBEE
Monday for operating on the Princes
Highway without their vehicles being
licensed in accordance with the Tran-
Russell Street, an inspector attached
tached was loaded with 750 bricks.
bricks to the Geelong Grammar
at Preston and was to receive 37/6 a
thousand for transporting them. Wit-
anywhere in the State, but bricks were
Armstrong had applied for a permit
with a 60-mile radius, but this was
not granted. A fine of £2, with 2/
Percy Robert Pinchbeck, 61 Paking-
licence had been granted, and Cecil
William Pinchbeck, 11 Keera Street,
Geelong, with being the driver. The
evidence of Const. Matthews. was to
owner, the truck being the property
of his brother Percy Pinchbeck. The
truck was loaded with 1500 bricks,
Works, Brunswick, to Geelong. An
E.V. licence had been granted for the
Against Joseph Patrick M'Mahon,
491 Ryrie Street, Geelong, it was
when he was apprehended. Con-
1500 bricks. M'Mahon said he was
the owner of the truck and that the
Senior-Constable D. B. Matthews,
case, said that M'Mahon had since ap-
without a licence Const. J. E. Mat-
truck which was being driven through
said he was the owner of the truck
of wood, which was to be sawn up
said that a licence was taken out the
October. A fine of 5/- was announc-
TRANSPORT LICENCE INFRINGED (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 13 November 1936 [Issue No.28,154] page 15 2020-02-16 14:26 Percy Robert Pinchbeck, of Pilkington street,
Geelong Wesl v. us lined C1 at tile Coburg
Court scsterday ou n charge oi having been
tho on lier of u commercial goods schiele which
st as operated In Ssdney road, CoburK on Sep-
tember 2, otherwise than In accordance willi
the licence Cecil William Pinchbeck of Keene
of having drlscn the vehicle Countable W J
Jones said that ho saw Cecil William Plnchhock.
drl\ lug tho truck away from Melbourne
William Frederick Bhth chief inspector for
lite rranspoil Regulation Board, .¡aid that
Pinchbeck had a llccnco to operate srlthtn a
radius of 25 miles of Geelong Mr nljt.h told
the Court that ho had been din c1 ed bj tho
hoard to state that it regarded the ollcncn by
the owner oi tho truck, ns portlcularlj bad.
Percy Robert Pinchbeck, of Pakington street,
Geelong Wesl was lined £3 at the Coburg
Court yesterday on a charge of having been
the owner of a commercial goods vehicle which
was operated In Sydney road, Coburg on Sep-
tember 2, otherwise than in accordance with
the licence. Cecil William Pinchbeck of Skene
of having drlven the vehicle. Constable W J
Jones said that he saw Cecil William Plnchbeck.
driving the truck away from Melbourne
William Frederick Blyth chief inspector for
the Transport Regulation Board, said that
Pinchbeck had a licence to operate within a
radius of 25 miles of Geelong. Mr Blyjth told
the Court that he had been directed by the
board to state that it regarded the offence by
the owner of the truck as particularly bad.
Tallygaroopna. (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Friday 1 March 1901 [Issue No.329] page 5 2020-02-15 12:58 Mi Michael Pinchbeck, aged 77. a large
l.iini lul'lei lieic and a very old settler died
o:i Saturday oi senile dccay. He had been
iiileii'led foi some time by IJr Harbison. The
remains were interred in the AVunghnu
ccmelcry on Sunday afternoon, the burial
sei vie.e being read by the Hev C. Meakin. the
Carlisle, of H'unghnu. and Mrs A. Armstrong,
iif Numurkah, are daughters of the late Mr
Pinchbeck, and a son married a Miss JefTery,
of Wun^hiiu. There arc two unmarried
daughter--.
Mr. Michael Pinchbeck, aged 77. a large
land holder here and a very old settler died
on Saturday of senile decay. He had been
attended for some time by Dr Harbison. The
remains were interred in the Wunghnu
cemetery on Sunday afternoon, the burial
service being read by the Rev C. Meakin, the
funeral being largely attended. Mrs Jas.
Carlisle, of Wunghnu and Mrs A. Armstrong,
of Numurkah, are daughters of the late Mr
Pinchbeck, and a son married a Miss Jeffery,
of Wunghnau. There are two unmarried
daughters--.
TWO SUSPECTS SENTENCED. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 30 June 1923 [Issue No.23,993] page 26 2020-02-15 11:49 «lohn W illiuini-on, labourer, ngesl _2
veaire, mu] .lohn King, ngcel 10 yeain, eleik,
were charged m ibe City Court >ei»tcreluy
with li.iv mg, on «lune ü, Imtensl in ni
public lillico with inten! tn i-miiiiiit u
loliuiv. Tbev tlenied tl"- cluir-ge. On the
boiiefi vvithMr. It. Knight, I'M., viere
Mi-ssis. 'J'. O'Callnelian, M. .1. Piirdv, 'J'.
Latham, \V. II. Curtis, und 1'. ixird,
Kv ltlence wa» given by Prcileriik John
MoSi»Kin, illuster e.irriei, of l'linders lane,
that he nan licensed Imtei g in J'lmtler»
Knie, nuil behaving suspi- iiiusly. When
pissing Crane's tailor limp in .Swanston
«tieet, Williamson iiurlieil nnd r.ittletl the
shi.vv-iase outsit'o the simp. The accusctl

v.alkotl into the (Vntrew.ii, vvheie they i
also boh.iv eil in n suspicion», manner. ]
Williamson was «-.-uti luesl to three
John Williamson, labourer, aged 22
years,, and John King, aged 19 years, clerk,
were charged in the City Court yesterday
with having, on June 28, Ioitered in a
public place with intent to commit a
felony. They denied the charge. On the
bench with Mr. R. Knight, PM., were
Messrs. T. O'Callaghan, M.J. Fardy, T.
Latham, W. H. Curtis, and P. Lord,
Evidence was given by Frederick John
McSolvin, master carrier, of Flinders lane,
that he saw accused Ioitering in Flinders
lane, and behaving suspiciously. When
passing Crane's tailor shop in Swanston
stieet, Williamson pushed and raittled the
showcase outside the shop. The accused

walked into the Centreway, where they
also behaved in a suspicious, manner.
Williamson was sentenced to three

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