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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,493
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,534
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,182
5 Rhonda.M 3,099,346
...
1055 teggsy 38,654
1056 FHSLQ 38,513
1057 Komidar 38,469
1058 aDGQ-experience 38,410
1059 Alass 38,380
1060 nyteowl 38,369

38,410 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 297
June 2019 86
March 2018 353
January 2018 1,611
December 2017 474
November 2017 4,795
October 2016 315
November 2015 54
October 2015 69
March 2014 73
February 2014 1,063
January 2014 412
December 2013 5,516
November 2013 5,790
October 2013 3,870
September 2013 4,223
August 2013 3,843
July 2013 1,726
June 2013 3,258
May 2013 582

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,291
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,534
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,161
5 Rhonda.M 3,099,333
...
1054 teggsy 38,605
1055 FHSLQ 38,513
1056 Komidar 38,469
1057 aDGQ-experience 38,384
1058 Alass 38,380
1059 jennywalters 38,285

38,384 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 297
June 2019 86
March 2018 353
January 2018 1,611
December 2017 474
November 2017 4,769
October 2016 315
November 2015 54
October 2015 69
March 2014 73
February 2014 1,063
January 2014 412
December 2013 5,516
November 2013 5,790
October 2013 3,870
September 2013 4,223
August 2013 3,843
July 2013 1,726
June 2013 3,258
May 2013 582

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,377
2 PhilThomas 128,792
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
1015 Vici 27
1016 WindyDay 27
1017 Acacia 26
1018 aDGQ-experience 26
1019 bernardk47 26
1020 BlacktownMemories 26

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. The Argus Office, Friday Evening. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 1 August 1891 page 8 2019-10-02 22:56 TALLANGA1TA SPECIAL nOltSE S VLE
Mcssra J W Thwaites and Co report having held
their second special horse sale on Tliosda) and W ed
nesda),21st and 22nd tilt, when, owing to recent
Hoods onl) about -00 hoad of homes were jardell to a
cood attendance of bujers Biddings nero brisk
at coiniuoucciiicut of sale but slackened on*
tonsidcrablj towards tho end Thej report _
Indians from £10 15s to £28 10s light
saddle hacks from JL0 lfis to £12 10s draughts, to
£2J, inferior sorts, from ¿.110s to £0 If s carriage
pairs, up to £00 10s At thoabolo prices lb ey sold
drafts for Messrs Jon is (Cudgewa) lams (Towong),
Muliana U Sutherland ïvell M Kiij, 1' ejulik,
Sailcs 1 ros, 1 Mik T JonUn Thomson Uros W
V Drummond, Backhaus tri V Drummond, Kiel,
li 0 Pcicock bunill Minogue, M'Muhon, OIOULII,
llodder, 1 ultou, Hill, kell),
TALLANGATTA SPECIAL HORSE SALE.
Mcesrs J W Thwaites and Co report having held
their second special horse sale on Tuesday and Wed-
nesday,21st and 22nd ult, when, owing to recent
floods only about 200 head of horses were yarded to a
good attendance of buyers Biddings were brisk
at commencement of sale but slackened of
considerably towards the end They report _
Indians from £16 15s to £28 10s light
saddle hacks from £9 15s to £12 10s draughts, to
£23, inferior sorts, from £1 10s to £6 15s.; carriage
pairs, up to £60 10s At the above prices they sold
drafts for Messrs Jarvis (Cudgewa) Jarvis (Towong),
Stubans, D. Sutherland, Neil McKay, P. Quirk,
Scales Bros., E. Kirk, T. Jordon, Thomson Bros., W.
P. Drummond, Backhaus, Fry, P. Drummond, Kiel,
H. C. Peacock, Smith, Minogue, McMahon, Clough,
Hodder, Fulton, Hill, Kelly..
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 28 January 1893 [Issue No.14,537] page 14 2019-10-02 22:45 401 Io and from Allendale and Smeaton, eix days
470 Ia nut) from Smeaton nnd Werona v ia Kooroo
citevlij. six ii vi n week
4 1 Io Hid from Smeaton mid Lawrence, six da) s
47' To nuil from Tost olhec and Iiculway Station,
Proomlh.nl two trips per tiny
4 I lo nu I fiom l'o-a olllce mil Railwa} Station,
K) i non seven imps perdnv
4 1 To and from kvnetou anti lauriston, twice a
4 To mid from I-iurislon mid Spring Hill, three
dnieiweck
469 To and from Allendale and Smeaton, six days
470 To and from Smeaton and Werona via Kooroo-
cheang, six days a week.
471 To and from Smeaton and Lawrence, six days a week
472 To and from Post office and Railway Station,
Broomfield, two trips per day.
473 To and from Post-office and Railway Stations,
Kyneton, seven trips per day.
474 To and from Kyneton and Lauriston, twice a day
475 To and from Lauriston and Spring Hill, three
days a week.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 28 January 1893 [Issue No.14,537] page 14 2019-10-02 22:29 General I'o^t olllee . -, i^..
Melbourne, lilli J»»""" .11'803
pON\i \a\oi of m \ils 1!> ,j ji 0o »s.
SICOND DIVIblDN-JOOMI'1101-"
TI MU RS ore herein Invited «iid»IH J*"!**" «__
until noon on lucstliv lill »ill ii« »'JV'"^«Vr,
pim (or til. """.,,"", ni 1 o«totnie W Vii, .
leiten- pai-cl- puvels, and iic»»l><l*'i._' iso?0*"
liuullouul,foitluec)eais fiom the W » '?. '*«. lo
illili lune, 1 _l)ll on the tenus andeiiiidilT" pul,.
ln.li«l in the Covciimitiit f nrctli of 'ne -Oil-,
human, lilli, and vvl I li in i lu teen "t»m Posfc
ollleeinihccolonv, where lender foran ""J »o ol
laincd upon uiiphuilioii
SI ItVICl S ItlQUIIlin
¡20 To and from BethailKa mid Spnnidalr, *ttlfx>
duv t n w eek
i » To and from Tullungatta and Corntmf, »la
Ilulwah Koetong Ben urania, Habba,onil0_4_»«».
three da)sa week *_-_
li' lo und from Cudgewa and Unlaid«. >i»
Norries Ihiee duvs u vi eck
_ ro und from Cudgewa and Zulu Cn**, v 1»
Nariel (Atines), Glendart, mid Hork lllu..Tii» a
" 11 To and from Corrv ong and To»ons,l||IM, do) .
ill To and from Tallangatta and -mi)»,«««»»
ii'i To and from Tallangatta mid GtaveiuiUle. ii»
Tallangatta Valley, twoda)sa week ",,M** "*
IJÜ To and from Tallangatta and Tallando«, via
Noorongon,', «agra, labba, lair) Knowe, .,._ hull
Heid Click (1*0») thrcediDsa wcik W
General Post-office
Melbourne, 20th January. 1893.
CONVEYANCE of MAILS 1893-94-95-96.pON\i \a\oi of m \ils 1!> ,j ji 0o »s.
SECOND DIVISION - 300 SERVICES.
TENDERS are hereby invited, and will be received
until noon on Tuesday, the 14th day of February,
1893, for the Conveyance of Post-office Mails, viz.,
Letters, packets, parcels, and newspapers, as under-
mentioned, for three years, from the 1st July, 1893, to
30th June, 1896, on the terms and conditions pub-
lished in the Goverment Gazette of the 20th
January, 1893, and which may be seen at any post office in the colony, where tender forms may be ob-
office in the colonv, where lender forms may be ob-
lained upon application.
SERVICES REQUIRED.
329. To and from Bethanga and Springdale, three
days a week.
330. To and from Tallangatta and Corryong, via
Bulwah, Keoting, Berringama, Wabba, and Cudgewa,
days a week.
331. To and from Cudgewa and UnlaTintaldra, via
Norries three days a week.
332. To and from Cudgewa and Zulu Creek, via
Nariel (Attrie's), Glendart, and Dark River, once a week.
333. To and from Corryong and Towong, three days a week.
334. To and from Tallangatta and Granya once a week.
335 To and from Tallangatta and Cravensville, via
Tallangatta Valley, two days a week.
336 To and from Tallangatta and Tallandoon via
Noorongon, Wagra, Yabba, Fairy Knowe, and Bull
Head Creek (Lees's), three days a week.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918, 1935), Saturday 9 February 1889 [Issue No.1726] page 45 2019-10-02 21:55 T. Hoare, Esq., C.K. and surveyor, formerly of Daylesford
T. Hoare, Esq., C.E. and surveyor, formerly of Daylesford
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 15 November 1883 [Issue No.11,670] page 3 2019-10-02 21:52 T^"R I 1) A"\, NO V L M IT!. R 3 0
Upper Murny District
STRATI ORD Sntl TILL and Co havo received
instructions from Messrs Williams and Co (in cotise
miélico of di i olution of partnership) to SUBMIT by
I UJILIO AUCTION, at Menzies Hotel, Bourke street
wist, Melbourne, on Frida}, _0th Novomber, at half
past two o clock In tho afU moon,
On tho Cudgewa Creek, Upper Murray district,
colony of ~\ ictorift containing about 18.UK)
700 head of cattlo of tho following ages and
180 cows five and six.} ears old
120 bullocks, three and four \cnrs old
10(1 heifers, three and four j cars old
200 heifers and steers, two } ears old
loo } carlinga
Calv es under six months old glv on in
8 hornes, team of six working bullocks, draj, and
tiki ing
Thoro is a j,ood homestead of fivo rooms kitchen,
A,c , btabling, and out! uildlin,s, maiden and orchard,
Hie run is pirtiall} fenced and well watered in all
BcaHOUH, Iiav mg a frontage of fivo tuiles to tho Cud
gown Cieett, and is admirablv adapted for t>hecp, tlio
coutitrv be ugbound and li cal tin
1 or further p irticulars appl} to tho auctioneers, __.
Bom ko at i eetw est, Melbourne_
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30
Upper Murray District
STRATFORD STRETTLE an Co have received
instructions from Messrs Williams and Co (in conse-
quence of dissolution of partnership) to SUBMIT by
PUBLIC AUCTION, at Menzies' Hotel, Bourke street
west, Melbourne, on Friday,30th November, at half
past two o clock In the afternoon.
On the Cudgewa Creek, Upper Murray district,
colony of Victoria, containing about 18,000
700 head of cattle of the following ages and sexes:-
180 cows five and six years old
120 bullocks, three and four years old
100 heifers, three and four j cars old
200 heifers and steers, two j cars old
100 yearlings
Calves under six months old given in
8 horses, team of six working bullocks, dray, and
takling.
Thereo is a good homestead of five rooms, kitchen,
&c., stabling, and outbuildings, garden and orchard,
The run is partially fenced and well watered in all
seasons, having a frontage of five miles to the Cud-
gewa Creek, and is admirably adapted for sheep, the
country being sound and healthy.
For further particulars apply to the auctioneers, 45
Bourke street west, Melbourne.
Advertising (Advertising), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 16 March 1878 [Issue No.624] page 4 2019-10-02 21:38 ? .situated on the Cudgewa Creek", about 40 miles
abundantly iwateredtay -the Gudgewa and other
Thtre.is ah excellent bouse and out-buildings, and
working ? ot alarge quantity of stock. Its capabilities
The shefep consist of, jhore or less
6408$wes In lmb, all.yoiuig
. 4169 wetbecBj imir ana six tooth
1006 maidens 1
' 1640 mixed "hoggets
~20 m erino rams
' 12,243 (including over 2000 crossbfeds).
situated on the Cudgewa Creek, about 40 miles
abundantly watered by -the Cudgewa and other
There.is an excellent house and out-buildings, and
working of a large quantity of stock. Its capabilities
The sheep consist of, more or less
5408 ewes In lamb, all.young
4169 wethers, four and six tooth
1006 maidens
1640 mixed hoggets
12,243 (including over 2000 crossbreds).
MISCELLANEOUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Port Phillip Patriot and Morning Advertiser (Vic. : 1845 - 1848), Friday 12 May 1848 [Issue No.1,638] page 4 2019-10-02 21:27 Francis Walkini.. Myrtle Creek . „ 24
Susannsli Shelby Cudgewa „ 23
tJ — W— — a Y.jiu V\' s ) il.a
Elite Alleyno .... ,Towong Feb 22
Wm. Walker b Co. jTangambslanga Mar 14
Ditto fflie Junction „ 27
Ditto jTbologolong „ 14
Roderick kiarken-
tie .iFlowerdale „ 10
Francis Watkins.. Myrtle Creek . „ 24
Susannah Shelby Cudgewa „ 23
Robert Young Wabba " "
Eliza Alleyne Towong Feb 22
Wm. Walker & Co. Tangambalanga Mar 14
Ditto The Junction „ 27
Ditto Thologolong „ 14
Roderick Macken-
sie .Flowerdale „ 10
Advertising (Advertising), Corryong Courier (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 8 January 1914 [Issue No.1027] page 1 2019-10-02 21:14 nn m (O ^ t* I*' r & .o iz"
jL o _1 sL o V^CiuL
Ooloniu! Mutiml Fire Insurance Company.
Messrs J. Bobinson in.il Co., Monumental Sculptors, Carlton.
hold properly at Cmlgewa must be re
moved at once or they will bo impounded
j MARY UBQUHART..
1~>. R.. WHITEHEAD,
W'aliba Meadows..
i\" OTIUE •
:;yONE found Taking Short Cuts
across, or otherwi.se TheSPassino
011, my Ilarctiehl Estate, Khancoban, will
lie Prosccuted without respect to persons.
MP.S. REUUKS SHEATHER.
<■ i taking short cuts or otherwise
■ i"KS-,^."AS.S'[Nlj on any of our property
jvL UAKlt-x'ASD'loS, AYaWa. %
PsjIjIjO rVofices.
2£<>y;sl Lhic <>t Coaches.
Tallangatta and Coi{rvoxg, via Koi>
xox<t an J) Ci;i)ii::;vA.—Loaves Tailan^aaa
daiU at r> a.m. ; n t mnin^ Curryon^ daily
at 7 a.m. V;v\\ 13s.
J71 IN EST ICxtracted Honey. Prion
17/0 per 60!b. tin. Smailc-r lots 4d
J. H. ROSS, Ciid^ewa.
COIvKYONGr.
T. H. Carkeek

Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Messrs J. Robinson and Co., Monumental Sculptors, Carlton.
hold properly at Cudgewa must be re
moved at once or they will be impounded
MARY URQUHART..
D. R.. WHITEHEAD,
Wabba Meadows..
NOTICE.
ANYONE found Taking Short Cuts
across, or otherwise TRESSPASSING
on, my Harefield Estate, Khancoban, will
be Prosecuted without respect to persons.
MP.S. REUBEN SHEATHER.
taking short cuts or otherwise
TRESSPASSING on any of our property
at Walwa will be prosecuted. HANNA AND SON Walwa
Public Notices.
Royal Mail Line of Coaches2£<>y;sl Lhic <>t Coaches.
Tallangatta and Corryong, via Koe-
tong and Cudgewa - Leaves Tallangatta
daily at 5am.: returning Corryong daily
at 7 a.m. Fare 15s
FINEST Extracted Honey. Price
17/6 per 60lb. tin. Smaller lots 4d
J. H. ROSS, Cudgewa.
CORRYONG.
Advertising (Advertising), Corryong Courier (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 15 August 1918 [Issue No.1253] page 3 2019-10-01 22:55 Tseb Planting at Towong. — On
avenue of hopor at Towong will be
present. TbeVaammifctee h*s some
thing over JS&O promised and in hind
in donatioiis! The list of donations
; eoremony. -
| Be tho Honor Avenne, it is probable
that ihe planting will tike place on
Thursday, 29th iost., but detinifa details
will bo arranged at meeting on Saturday.
There is aome ini<<nnception re names on
Tree Planting at Towong. — On
avenue of honor at Towong will be
present. The committee has some-
thing over £20 promised and in hand
in donations. The list of donations
ceremony. -
Re tho Honor Avenue, it is probable
that the planting will take place on
Thursday, 29th inst., but definite details
will be arranged at meeting on Saturday.
There is some misconception re names on
THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY JULY 18, 1918. (Article), Corryong Courier (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 18 July 1918 [Issue No.1249] page 3 2019-10-01 22:50 THK
ffiunjjjung <£um;tqc.
For the canst that laekg assistance,
Foe the wrong* that need resistance,
For the future in the dietaries,
ind tke fcood that we can do.
For Children'# Hacking Cough at night,
Wood's (Jreat Peppermint Cure, 1/6 & 2/9
Chtjech News.—Oa Sunday afternoon
Hay will give a speoiai address, entitled
Methodist Church at Cu.lgewa oa the
1 (Methodist) will preach a memorial ser
nett profit of £g. A dance will be
French Ked Cross Society to help
tree guard. A. Plavle, f2>2 .
Would those who danat< d the
Crawford and Co's mail cir whi ;h
! night where the car . broke down.
An attempt was made on|Sunday to
| again refused the task and Mr J. J.
i Hayes had to go out from Corry
j ong and bring in the mails on Sun
| day atternoon. The wind was very
! fierce, and a tornado coming down
kitchen which is ot brick was blown
ceilings off three rooms Jof the
; buried deep into the ground, and
I stout round timber braces were
S and family, had hardly time to rea
telt the outpourings of the heavens
THE
Corryong Courier
For the cause that lakes assistance,
For the wrong that need resistance,
For the future in the distance,
And the good that we can do.
For Children's Hacking Cough at night,
Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 & 2/9
Church News.—On Sunday afternoon
Hay will give a speciai address, entitled
Methodist Church at Cudgewa on the
(Methodist) will preach a memorial ser
nett profit of £9. A dance will be
French Red Cross Society to help
tree guard. A. Playle, £2/2 .
Would those who donated the
Crawford and Co's mail car which
night where the car . broke down.
An attempt was made on Sunday to
again refused the task and Mr J. J.
Hayes had to go out from Corry
ong and bring in the mails on Sun
day afternoon. The wind was very
fierce, and a tornado coming down
kitchen which is of brick was blown
ceilings off three rooms of the
buried deep into the ground, and
stout round timber braces were
and family, had hardly time to rea-
felt the outpourings of the heavens

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