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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,711
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,427
5 Rhonda.M 3,094,728
...
221 BainaMasquelier 228,988
222 BobBradford 227,021
223 Brian.Buckley 225,328
224 Whitten 224,539
225 rjaffrey 223,618
226 zeps 222,000

224,539 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 140
September 2019 35
July 2019 87
November 2018 7
March 2018 127
August 2016 33
March 2016 5
December 2015 480
October 2015 107
September 2015 174
August 2015 766
July 2015 699
June 2015 574
April 2015 1,063
March 2015 2,592
February 2015 130
January 2015 30
December 2014 2,772
November 2014 4,292
October 2014 1,456
September 2014 1,178
August 2014 4,150
July 2014 7,798
June 2014 3,608
May 2014 6,531
April 2014 4,007
March 2014 73
February 2014 71
January 2014 21
December 2013 1,250
November 2013 986
October 2013 3,790
September 2013 8,636
August 2013 10,626
July 2013 13,788
June 2013 4,929
May 2013 423
April 2013 6,264
March 2013 14,029
February 2013 13,861
January 2013 11,940
December 2012 5,858
November 2012 3,253
October 2012 2,585
September 2012 507
August 2012 5,054
July 2012 10,182
June 2012 7,414
May 2012 4,259
April 2012 273
March 2012 15,130
February 2012 13,143
January 2012 6,213
December 2011 17,140

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,509
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,406
5 Rhonda.M 3,094,715
...
219 BobBradford 226,984
220 Brian.Buckley 225,328
221 BainaMasquelier 225,024
222 Whitten 224,539
223 mollyzmum 224,330
224 rjaffrey 223,618

224,539 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 140
September 2019 35
July 2019 87
November 2018 7
March 2018 127
August 2016 33
March 2016 5
December 2015 480
October 2015 107
September 2015 174
August 2015 766
July 2015 699
June 2015 574
April 2015 1,063
March 2015 2,592
February 2015 130
January 2015 30
December 2014 2,772
November 2014 4,292
October 2014 1,456
September 2014 1,178
August 2014 4,150
July 2014 7,798
June 2014 3,608
May 2014 6,531
April 2014 4,007
March 2014 73
February 2014 71
January 2014 21
December 2013 1,250
November 2013 986
October 2013 3,790
September 2013 8,636
August 2013 10,626
July 2013 13,788
June 2013 4,929
May 2013 423
April 2013 6,264
March 2013 14,029
February 2013 13,861
January 2013 11,940
December 2012 5,858
November 2012 3,253
October 2012 2,585
September 2012 507
August 2012 5,054
July 2012 10,182
June 2012 7,414
May 2012 4,259
April 2012 273
March 2012 15,130
February 2012 13,143
January 2012 6,213
December 2011 17,140

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End-Of- Season Banquet BROOKSTEAD FOOTBALLERS CELEBRATION (Article), Pittsworth Sentinel (Qld. : 1919 - 1954), Friday 22 October 1948 page 3 2019-10-15 17:41 ful season? the Evergreen Football
ful seaso, the Evergreen Football
O.C.W.A. BROOKSTEAD BRANCH. (Article), Pittsworth Sentinel (Qld. : 1919 - 1954), Tuesday 9 November 1948 page 1 2019-10-15 17:40 O.C.W.A.
. In her annual report Mrs. Handley
stated that the membership, of the
ance indicated that interest was be-!
ing maintained; Early in the year It
was decided to hold a May fair to aid ,
other objectives, and an entertain-1
ment committee was formed. This |
band of workers arranged a concert l
cessful, both socially and financially, I
patched to England, and letters of >
rugs and woollies for Britain. Dona
United Nations’, appeal for starving
children, housekeepers' scheme,'Anzac
Day luncheon,. Ruth Fairfax-bursary,
and Goodha mental hospitals; • food
-Bllgh left to reside at'Southport, and
Many happy meetings and'children’s
Gifta. In appreciation of services
token to Mrs. Kelleber who, through
ing. Thanks were also- expressed to.
Mesdames R. McLean and V. Sulli
office for three years and automati
vice-president, Mrs.- Vary; to Mrs.
Q.C.W.A.
In her annual report Mrs. Handley
stated that the membership of the
ance indicated that interest was be-
ing maintained. Early in the year it
was decided to hold a May fair to aid
other objectives, and an entertain-
ment committee was formed. This
band of workers arranged a concert
and dance, which proved most suc-
cessful, both socially and financially,
patched to England, and letters of
rugs and woollies for Britain. Dona-
United Nations’ appeal for starving
children, housekeepers' scheme, Anzac
Day luncheon, Ruth Fairfax bursary,
and Goodna mental hospitals; food
Bllgh left to reside at Southport, and
Many happy meetings and children’s
Gifts In appreciation of services
token to Mrs. Kelleher who, through
ing. Thanks were also expressed to
Mesdames R. McLean and V. Sulli-
office for three years and automati-
vice-president, Mrs. Vary; to Mrs.
“Shilling Afternoon” at Brookstead (Article), Pittsworth Sentinel (Qld. : 1919 - 1954), Friday 15 July 1949 page 2 2019-10-15 17:30 aid of the Millxnerran R.C. Church
The 'hall was most attractively de
The chairman (Mr, J. McGlynn) in
the secretary (Miss Margaret Mo-
Bladen. I
A competition, “Know Your Ads.”, I
competitions were:—Crochet shop
ping bag, Mr. P. Perkins (Pitts
worth) j dressed turkey, Mrs. F. Buck
sweets, Mrs. Baumgarten (MllUner
aid of the Millmerran R.C. Church
The hall was most attractively de-
The chairman (Mr, J. McGlynn) in-
the secretary (Miss Margaret Mc-
Eisden.
A competition, “Know Your Ads.”,
competitions were:—Crochet shop-
ping bag, Mr. P. Perkins (Pitts-
worth) j dressed turkey, Mrs. F. Buck-
sweets, Mrs. Baumgarten (Millmer-
MR. JACK McLEAN (Article), South Coast Bulletin (Southport, Qld. : 1929 - 1954), Wednesday 8 March 1950 [Issue No.1133] page 11 2019-10-15 17:25 ed away on March 1st. Thé late Mr
weeks ago Tie came out of hospital
serious and he returned to «. the
he passed away. His funeral;, took
place at Pittsworth which left ifrom
a large • and representative gathering
ed away on March 1st. The late Mr
weeks ago he came out of hospital
serious and he returned to the
he passed away. His funeral took
place at Pittsworth which left from
a large and representative gathering
FOOTBALL NOTES (Article), Pittsworth Sentinel (Qld. : 1919 - 1954), Friday 5 May 1950 page 3 2019-10-15 17:22 ton), H. McLean {Cecllbrook).
ton), H. McLean {Cecilbrook).
Advertising (Advertising), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 10 June 1950 [Issue No.4224] page 10 2019-10-15 17:20 'J TN THE SUPREME COURT Of
I 1. QUEENSLAND In the Will ol
t JOHN ALEXANDER MCLEAN, late ol
* 'Roanoke' Scarborough Street South
J port in the State of Queensland Ite
- ilrcd Farmer deceased. Notice li
,. hereby given, that, after the expiration
lh« publication hereof, application wli:
i le made to this Honourable Court Hint
V lohn Alexander McLean deceased mm
it t-e granted to ANNE ELIZABETH
li McLEAN of 'Roanoke' Scarborough
i Street Soulhport aforesaid Widow ol
?vJ ihe deceased the sole Executrix named
| n the said Will. Any person Interested
s^ - vho desiies to object to the applicu
Ion, or to be heard upon It, may (lie
' ,i caveat In the Registry at any tlnu
j jefore the grant Is mnde. Dated thli
i, lecond day of June 1950. ERIC L
, ,] HUTCHEON. Solicitor for . the Sale
,i Inno Elizabeth McLean, Nerang Street
j 3outhport. Town Agents: TULLY 4
IN THE SUPREME COURT Of
QUEENSLAND In the Will ol
JOHN ALEXANDER MCLEAN, late of
‘Roanoke', Scarborough Street, South-
port in the State of Queensland, Re-
tired Farmer, deceased. Notice is
hereby given, that, after the expiration
this publication hereof, application will
be made to this Honourable Court that
lohn Alexander McLean deceased may
be granted to ANNE ELIZABETH
McLEAN of 'Roanoke' Scarborough
Street Soulhport aforesaid Widow of
the deceased the sole Executrix named
in the said Will. Any person Interested
who desires to object to the applica-
tion, or to be heard upon It, may file
a caveat In the Registry at any time
before the grant Is mnde. Dated this
second day of June 1950. ERIC L.
HUTCHEON. Solicitor for the said
Anne Elizabeth McLean, Nerang Street
Southport. Town Agents: TULLY &
Annual Meeting of Brookstead Red Cross (Article), Pittsworth Sentinel (Qld. : 1919 - 1954), Tuesday 31 July 1951 page 1 2019-10-15 17:00 Mosdames R. McLean, Scott, Hogg, D.
Koeley, Vary, Farquharson, and Miss
F. Keeley. Visitors present were Mes
that tour meetings had been held dur
made in the usual*manner and £55
made to the Mt. Lamington disaster I
Mesdames R. McLean, Scott, Hogg, D.
Keeley, Vary, Farquharson, and Miss
F. Keeley. Visitors present were Mes-
that four meetings had been held dur-
made in the usual manner and £55
made to the Mt. Lamington disaster
BROOKSTEAD RED CROSS (Article), Pittsworth Sentinel (Qld. : 1919 - 1954), Tuesday 15 July 1952 page 2 2019-10-15 16:54 Mr. A. C. Krleg presided, and the {
following members were present: {
Mesdames R. McLean, ' Will, Hogg,
Keoley, Krieg, S. Sanl, Bailey and ]
Farqubarson. Apologies were received
Vary, M. Thompson, V. Saal, T. Saal|
Ing president (Mrs. R. McLean) sta- j
ted that the last half of the year|
of Broo’kstead and Pampas who con
ing the year. The sum of £llB was
■ "Thanks were also expressed to the
J He thanked the members present for
R.' McLean; vice-presidents, Mes
Mr. A. C. Krleg presided, and the
following members were present:
Mesdames R. McLean, Will, Hogg,
Keeley, Krieg, S. Saal, Bailey and
Farquharson. Apologies were received
Vary, M. Thompson, V. Saal, T. Saal
Ing president (Mrs. R. McLean) sta-
ted that the last half of the year
of Brookstead and Pampas who con-
ing the year. The sum of £118 was
"Thanks were also expressed to the
He thanked the members present for
R. McLean; vice-presidents, Mes
ANNUAL MEETING OF BROOKSTEAD C.W.A. (Article), Pittsworth Sentinel (Qld. : 1919 - 1954), Tuesday 9 September 1952 page 1 2019-10-15 16:49 and Miss McCUynn.
“In December a S o’clock Christmas
monwealth. ■ ;
ence in Brisbane on - behalf ’ of. • our
teresting and concise report. l .
the ..year. ..... Jr-:. ....
been quiet, as the Queen- competition
priority. 1 '
also to join our association. .
Brookstend and 'Dunbar schools,
£l/1/- for Cecil Plains Bush Nursing
Home and £l/1/- for Plttsworth Hos
the Joint secretaries, Mrs. V. Sulli
van and Mrs. W. Will, I offer my sin
bers, to thank the Plttsworth Senti
and Miss McGlynn.
“In December a 5 o’clock Christmas
monwealth.
ence in Brisbane on behalf of our
teresting and concise report.
the year.
been quiet, as the Queen competition
priority.
also to join our association.
Brookstend and Dunbar schools,
£1/1/- for Cecil Plains Bush Nursing
Home and £1/1/- for Plttsworth Hos-
the Joint secretaries, Mrs. V. Sulli-
van and Mrs. W. Will, I offer my sin-
bers, to thank the Plttsworth Senti-
BROOKSTEAD GARDEN PARTY (Article), Pittsworth Sentinel (Qld. : 1919 - 1954), Thursday 2 April 1953 page 1 2019-10-15 16:34 were shared by Mrs. G. Ind (Pitts
worth) and Mrs. G. Hogg (Brook
The prizes in all sections were do
rendered by. Mrs. L, G; Lusoombe
H. Smith • (e?ocutionary) and Miss
proved great attractions for the chil
were shared by Mrs. G. Ind (Pitts-
worth) and Mrs. G. Hogg (Brook-
The prizes in all sections were do-
rendered by. Mrs. L, G; Luscombe
H. Smith • (elocutionary) and Miss
proved great attractions for the chil-

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