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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,968
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,879
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,429
...
849 CarolynStephens 51,293
850 Lorin76 51,210
851 rexnp1 50,921
852 dteague41 50,850
853 delby9 50,736
854 Pixelwarrior 50,686

50,850 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 459
October 2019 498
September 2019 99
August 2019 435
July 2019 1,484
June 2019 1,213
May 2019 1,445
April 2019 1,235
March 2019 886
February 2019 121
January 2019 60
December 2018 286
October 2018 169
September 2018 278
August 2018 1,070
July 2018 684
June 2018 619
May 2018 265
March 2018 56
February 2018 17
November 2017 203
October 2017 36
September 2017 332
August 2017 261
May 2017 39
April 2017 851
March 2017 1,235
February 2017 71
January 2017 85
December 2016 234
November 2016 176
October 2016 30
September 2016 380
August 2016 594
July 2016 24
April 2016 59
March 2016 141
February 2016 52
January 2016 78
December 2015 162
November 2015 68
August 2015 4,735
July 2015 4,036
June 2015 4,896
May 2015 522
April 2015 154
March 2015 883
February 2015 1,121
January 2015 77
December 2014 37
November 2014 17
October 2014 5
September 2014 732
August 2014 197
July 2014 74
June 2014 651
May 2014 734
April 2014 102
March 2014 116
January 2014 87
December 2013 22
October 2013 1
September 2013 140
August 2013 4
July 2013 24
June 2013 3
May 2013 20
March 2013 7
February 2013 18
January 2013 4
November 2012 27
October 2012 3
August 2012 71
July 2012 1,346
June 2012 507
May 2012 197
April 2012 1,543
March 2012 3,080
February 2012 423
January 2012 1
December 2011 110
November 2011 112
October 2011 66
September 2011 329
August 2011 578
July 2011 327
May 2011 2
March 2011 25
February 2011 17
January 2011 76
December 2010 72
November 2010 803
October 2010 831
September 2010 256
August 2010 110
July 2010 32
June 2010 41
May 2010 55
April 2010 53
March 2010 190
February 2010 742
January 2010 508
December 2009 497
November 2009 29
May 2009 65
April 2009 132
March 2009 1,054
February 2009 631

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,766
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,858
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,416
...
847 CarolynStephens 51,293
848 Lorin76 51,210
849 rexnp1 50,882
850 dteague41 50,845
851 delby9 50,734
852 Pixelwarrior 50,686

50,845 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 459
October 2019 498
September 2019 99
August 2019 435
July 2019 1,484
June 2019 1,213
May 2019 1,440
April 2019 1,235
March 2019 886
February 2019 121
January 2019 60
December 2018 286
October 2018 169
September 2018 278
August 2018 1,070
July 2018 684
June 2018 619
May 2018 265
March 2018 56
February 2018 17
November 2017 203
October 2017 36
September 2017 332
August 2017 261
May 2017 39
April 2017 851
March 2017 1,235
February 2017 71
January 2017 85
December 2016 234
November 2016 176
October 2016 30
September 2016 380
August 2016 594
July 2016 24
April 2016 59
March 2016 141
February 2016 52
January 2016 78
December 2015 162
November 2015 68
August 2015 4,735
July 2015 4,036
June 2015 4,896
May 2015 522
April 2015 154
March 2015 883
February 2015 1,121
January 2015 77
December 2014 37
November 2014 17
October 2014 5
September 2014 732
August 2014 197
July 2014 74
June 2014 651
May 2014 734
April 2014 102
March 2014 116
January 2014 87
December 2013 22
October 2013 1
September 2013 140
August 2013 4
July 2013 24
June 2013 3
May 2013 20
March 2013 7
February 2013 18
January 2013 4
November 2012 27
October 2012 3
August 2012 71
July 2012 1,346
June 2012 507
May 2012 197
April 2012 1,543
March 2012 3,080
February 2012 423
January 2012 1
December 2011 110
November 2011 112
October 2011 66
September 2011 329
August 2011 578
July 2011 327
May 2011 2
March 2011 25
February 2011 17
January 2011 76
December 2010 72
November 2010 803
October 2010 831
September 2010 256
August 2010 110
July 2010 32
June 2010 41
May 2010 55
April 2010 53
March 2010 190
February 2010 742
January 2010 508
December 2009 497
November 2009 29
May 2009 65
April 2009 132
March 2009 1,054
February 2009 631

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 134,002
3 mickbrook 110,749
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,280
...
2398 doug-e 5
2399 dpartridau 5
2400 Drdrdr 5
2401 dteague41 5
2402 ESaunders 5
2403 eterniety1 5

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 7 June 1924 [Issue No.20,709] page 6 2019-11-10 22:19 June, at Wooloowin Printe Hospital (Nurse
June, at Wooloowin Private Hospital (Nurse
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 30 September 1922 [Issue No.20,185] page 6 2019-11-10 22:13 Margaret Mary Ryan (seconl daughter of Mr.
Margaret Mary Ryan (second daughter of Mr.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 21 January 1922 [Issue No.19,970] page 4 2019-11-10 22:12 CROWE-¡RYAN -The engagement ia an
nounccd of Margaret, second daughter of *fr
and Mrs ii Itvan, Harcourt street, Now Farm,
to William, only son of Mr and Mrs It Crowe,
Kelvin Grove road, ^Newmarket
CROWE-RYAN -The engagement ia an
nounced of Margaret, second daughter of Mr.
and Mrs M. Ryan, Harcourt street, New Farm,
to William, only son of Mr and Mrs M Crowe,
Kelvin Grove road, Newmarket
Windsor Memorial Unveiled on Saturday Australia Worth Defending (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 27 April 1925 [Issue No.16,350] page 6 2019-11-10 19:15 Day, the memorable landing of pur
attendance of relativess and friends and
greater British Empire:
Day, the memorable landing of our
attendance of relatives and friends and
greater British Empire.
Death of Mrs. M. A. Crowe (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 24 October 1941 page 7 2019-11-10 11:03 was 89 years of
was 69 years of
Death of Mrs. M. A. Crowe (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 24 October 1941 page 7 2019-11-10 11:02 Dpath of Mrs. M. A. Crowe
market, died at hoi
home, Marahilla.
Mijs.vCrowo cimt
fr6rm-;e6iint- Ltm
ericktilrelarid Sli
was -.89 j-eats nf
age. -She was pie
is , survived by her
only- ';.?- daughter,
MRS. CROWB.
Death of Mrs. M. A. Crowe
market, died at her
home, Marahilla(Monahilla)
Mrs.Crowe came
from County Lim-
erick, Ireland, She
was 89 years of
age. She was pre-
is survived by her
only daughter,
MRS. CROWE.
Windsor Memorial Unveiled on Saturday Australia Worth Defending (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 27 April 1925 [Issue No.16,350] page 6 2019-11-09 20:40 . "Australia is a magnificent
.The ' memorial/ \vhleh - con tajns the
/names'. of 155 soldiers and sailors who
made' the- supreme' sacrifice,; lias a very
large.brise; plntform/of local. porphyi-y-
sand: stone, while . tlie momiment itself
Is bullt of . Helldon brown sandstone
and Is designed in" the. form of an oc-
tagorial' pavilion, the dome being, sur
mounted by' a bronze lamp ..with a
flame / electric, light .terminal' oiv top.
A tablet iii 'the centre of the floor is
inscribed, "Erected by the/Citizens of
Windsor in honour of the Soldibrs; and
Sailors' of; 'the/ Town who took-part in.
the - Great ..AA/brlc.'.' Tlie,'. cost :pf':. the
monument , .was' £1,500, Hh'e architects
being :Messrs/;F. Jt. Halli and AY.v-Alleti.
Devereu::,. .while .the;builder./wasV;,Mr:
Peter Frew. , .' . L/ / -' ;'/'A '//
. Aft'er'. thc . hynifi.:.."0: /God ; oiu\ ,11610
: in Ages. Past,'. r;ha'd/ '' beenv ,surig; ithd;
prayer/ recited by/./.the-y/ltev.;- A,. H.
Osbo'rii', tlie Maybr/of Gieatei- Bi-Islia rie
/(Aid. AY. .A:",.Tolly).vwh'o was/chali-nian
-of'lhe:cbmiriittee.''Inv(ted'Mr;v,Tayl6r5tb,
/UnyeU' the meariorlal. >/////; ;
"/ Aid.- " Jolly..; 'Sald//th'at// Wi/ndsoi'J; had
riVade!>'a -' notable contribution to ; the
great 'War., "the /eiillstnien t's / totalltn'g.
:1;200.;!-The;brigiriatbr .of .'.the; design"; of-,
the : riioriument/ ../was. .; ex-Aid; . ; J.
: McDonald;/ U11 veiling the/memoital oil,-
Arizac/Day/was'mbst fittlr.g./.He hoped
thatAustralLins//wbuld,;'neverfbrget
the; deeds .of. vhe.'Anzacs.' ; Their work
/had assisted/ to -ibrlng;i..into , being ri
greatcivtilritlsh. Empire:'.
Mr. .Tayioi' -E-ti id they'were not there
.tp"deify>.ar.:iri'.'any/iway. They would.
:;We /'pl'etmcS ifV.thbyp know/that' the ' last
tc-rrlble war would really be the en'd of
'.all.Avars.-Urifoi-.tunatelythcyhad- not;
that' knowledge, 'nrid'/bniy/th'e; "futufc-/
/could unfold r.wliat/ wasMlkely/.'tb1 take,
place.' //-The, League of /-Nations,' which!
came into existence as a'- result 'of/the'
war, was sttll.- functiohlng, rind, /lia'tl1,
, bono / . much' . / in the"'1 Interests -. of .
humanity.-.: .-He''iibped;-tliat lis.' futui-q
activities"; would'/ result / iii ; bringing
about that worldjs : peace which clvlll-
: satlori needed -and demanded." -The
nic-morliti uhbut- to -be unveiled ; was In
honour 'of those whose - lives' were sac'-';
; rlfic'ed.. in a - righteous, .cause'; '.namely, -
'the.def'once 0%our;. Empire /and the pro
tection ofthe smallei- iiatloris: bf Europe
,- '/There ,. is no /doubt ; here this/ nf ter-
noon," .'said: Mr." '.Taylor, -"there is a
tlrige of .sorrow arid sadness In .many,
hearts/tin -the' '-hearts of those who. long
for- the touch of a vanished hand and
"the sound of a voice-that is still. How-
who have lost their loved- ones I11 tho
great/ struggle for freedom, tliat they
died that we might live. Tills applies
riOt/orily' to those of us present this
afternoon,: but those who. will take out
place" in'tlie" future: great Common
wealth of -Australia,'' and, although
oceans divide us 'at - tlie present, llnie
the 'reiinion1- will take place-in the
future': that' lie's/ ahead 'of lis— hi - - 'the
hind jvhere/te'ars'ijre wiped- .'away' and-
sorrow shall'-: be ; ho 'moi'e." '-Mr. T/iyl6r
.stild' that 'the membrtal/was also 'to
j'ierpet' utife , tho' memory, bit those brave
nieri.-'tyliq; - afteiv/lbiig years -of weary
warfai/e, : "returned to' their /-friends in
Some onses / "unscathed and uninjure'd/
but -nius!'. in -iiunierous instances, ab
solutely .and ..completely broken .'/111
/heultli; and spirits, some wltli loss of
eyesight or . limbs, others.- - / wltli
liU'merit's: from ' - which tliey would
iievei' ' bd - fully ' free, in tlils:
life ; They. also paid' tribute,
to . .tlie brave nurses, doctors, and all
Otiiers, associated with them I11 various
/theatres "of the war. : To the meri - of
the navy, who were .the means, of tlie
HticccKsful li-aiisiwrlatlon of- tho forces
from .'Australia -to- tho .scene of battle,
to 'the men of the tilt: arid . under thi)
sea, tliey owed - a. -.debit, of gratitude
.which wits Impossible for' them to re-
imy. Australia, ' said -Mr. Taylor, ' iii
conelus'iOii, had a magnificent, heritage
of .which tliey were justly .pVoud, They
were proud ;of their association.' wltli
tlie' great::Biltlsli;Emplre, .which - they
trrisu-d might long continue.:: Australia,
was worth defending,' 'it-.wiis. the home
land of those present that . day,-, and
would bb.the homeland of their '.child
ren and their Lohlldren's- : children;
.Thorefore. tliey / should ;/usp '. every enr
donvour to make lt sate. for. those .who
"were to follow in ' thelr fo,otstepR.
The monument 'having been unveiled;
Aid. Jolly, as chairman, of tho c,om-.
mlttce, 1 asked -. Aid. ;Bbnd, ' Mayor of
AVlndsor, '.to accept . tlio,/ cure; of. the/
memorial on .behalf- of the citizens. ;
Aid,./ Bond; ;ln ,. returning.-.' thanks,,
sald tiiat. the council had contributed
£350 lownrds the; tost, and- had. spent
IGO to- £70. .hi/providing ' the nsphnlt
piithway: ai-ound the T'arlt. .
Ca pt'ii in N.- O'Brien, .V.D., Ina brief
speech' related some Incidents In con
nection.' with -tlie- landing of -Anzncs.-'
A-, bugler having sounded "The Last,
fust'' -those present sang- the . hymn
"Abide with mo" ami recited the
Loi-d'S' ptiiyer.
.The, - function.- closed ; Willi., the.
Natlqitai Anthem.
"Australia is a magnificent
The memorial which contains the
names of 155 soldiers and sailors who
made the- supreme sacrifice, has a very
large base platform of local porphyry
sand stone, while the monument itself
iIs built of Helidon brown sandstone
and is designed in the form of an oc-
tagonal pavilion, the dome being, sur
mounted by a bronze lamp with a
flame electric light terminal on top.
A tablet in the centre of the floor is
inscribed, "Erected by the Citizens of
Windsor in honour of the Soldiers and
Sailors of the Town who took part in
the Great Work." The cost of the
monument was £1,500, The architects
being Messrs. F. R. Hall and W. Allen
Devereux, while the builder was Mr.
Peter Frew.
After the hymn "O God our help
in Ages Past," had been sung and
prayer/ recited by the Rev. A. H.
Osborn, the Mayor of Greater Brisbane
(Ald. W. A .Jolly), who was chairman
of the committee invited Mr. Taylor to
unveil the memorial.
Ald. Jolly said that Windsor had
made a notable contribution to the
great war, the enlistemtns totalling
1,200. The originator of the design of
the monument was ex-Ald. J.
McDonald. Unveiling the memorital on
Anzac Day was most fitting.He hoped
that Australians would never forget
the deeds of the.'Anzacs. Their work
had assisted to bring into being a
greater British Empire:
Mr. Taylor said they were not there
to deify war in any way. They would.
be pleased if they knew that the last
terrible war would really be the end of
all wars. Unfortunately they had not
that knowledge, and only in the future
/could unfold what was likely to take
place. The League of Nations, which
came into existence as a result of the
war, was still functioning, and had
done much in the interests of
humanity. He hoped that its future
activities wouldresult in bringing
about that world's peace which civili--
sation needed and demanded. The
memorial about to be unveiled was in
rificed in a righteous cause, namely,
the defence of our Empire and the pro-
tection of the smaller nations of Europe.
"There is no doubt here this after-
noon," said Mr. Taylor, "there is a
tinge of sorrow and sadness in many
hearts in the hearts of those who long
for the touch of a vanished hand and
the sound of a voice that is still. How-
who have lost their loved ones in the
great struggle for freedom, that they
died that we might live. This applies
not only to those of us present this
afternoon, but those who will take out
place in the future great Common-
wealth of Australia, and, although
oceans divide us atthe present, time
the reunion will take place in the
future that lies ahead of us— in the
land where tears are wiped away and
sorrow shall be no more." Mr. Taylor
said that the memorial was also to
perpetuate the memory of those brave
men, who after long years of weary
warfare, returned to their friends in
some cases unscathed and uninjured,
but alas! in numerous instances, ab-
solutely and completely broken in
health and spirits, some with loss of
eyesight or limbs, others with
ailments from which they would
never be fully free in this
life. They also paid tribute,
to the brave nurses, doctors, and all
others associated with them in1 various
theatres of the war. To the men of
the navy, who were the means, of the
successful transportation of the forces
from Australia to the scene of battle,
to the men of the air and under the
sea, they owed a. debit, of gratitude
which was impossible for them to re-
pay. Australia, said Mr. Taylor, in
conclusion, had a magnificent, heritage
of which they were justly proud. They
were proud of their association with
the great British Emplre, which they
trusted might long continue. Australia
was worth defending, it was. the home
land of those present that day, and
would be the homeland of their child
ren and their children's children.
Therefore they should use every en-
deavour to make it safe for those who
were to follow in their footsteps.
The monument having been unveiled,
Ald. Jolly, as chairman, of the com-
mittee, asked Ald. Bond, Mayor of
Windsor, to accept the care of the
memorial on behalf of the citizens.
Ald. Bond, in returning thanks,
said that the council had contributed
£350 towards the cost, and had spent
£60 to £70 in providing the asphalt
pathway around the Park.
Capt. N. O'Brien, V.D., in a brief
speech related some incidents in con
nection with the landing of Anzacs.
A bugler having sounded "The Last,
Post'' those present sang the hymn
"Abide with me" and recited the
Lord's Prayer.
The function closed with the
National Anthem.
Onward March Popular Suburb 300 Houses a Year (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Tuesday 10 February 1925 [Issue No.7162] page 10 2019-11-09 15:51 rt The-presenJ town of Windsor wns on-
r ginnlly a portion of tho old Enoggem
J Divisional Board, -but in 1887 tho nroa
attained tho dignity of n sliire, nnd in
1904; was incorporated as a town. This
til, Lii « , aijuiuu iHiivoi iiii l insi j cur a
small area was added, being part of l.n-
oggcra and part of Itbnca, at tlm Throo
Milo Scrub bridge. This brought 1 he
. total area of tho town to five squiiro
miles, tho extra land being granted in
I. view of tho fact that Windsor had to
pay a proportion of tho cost of tho
bridge. No action has' yet been tahea to
construct a now bridge, and probably
nothing will bo done until the Grcntcr
Tho boundaries of the town on the
Creek, whiio Ivcdron Brook serves a
similar purpose on tho northern end. The
The-present town of Windsor was or-
originally a portion of tho old Enoggera(*see note)
Divisional Board, but in 1887 the area
attained the dignity of a shire, and in
1904 was incorporated as a town. This
covered 4¾ square miles, but last year a
small area was added, being part of En-
oggcra and part of Ihaca, at the Three
Mile Scrub bridge. This brought the
total area of the town to five square
miles, the extra land being granted in
view of the fact that Windsor had to
pay a proportion of the cost of the
bridge. No action has yet been taken to
construct a new bridge, and probably
nothing will bo done until the Greatcr
The boundaries of the town on the
Creek, while Kedron Brook serves a
similar purpose on the northern end. The
Windsor Memorial Unveiled on Saturday Australia Worth Defending (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 27 April 1925 [Issue No.16,350] page 6 2019-11-09 15:43 "It is the annivorsary of Anzac
- Day, the memorable landing of pur
troop's ori the shores of Gallipoli on
April, 1915. It is an . event that
should never be -forgotten. It
:' heritage of which we are justly
/' proud. We are proud of our asso- .
ciati.on . with the great British
Empire) which we trust riiay long
continue.- - Australia is worth de-
-. fending. It is the homeland of
. : those /'of us who . are present here
to-day, and will |>e ttl0 homeland
of our children and our children's '
who shajl follow in our footsteps,
' and we would say to any foreign
/ power, 'Hands off Australia.'"
The above . remarks were, made by
Mr. .C., Taylor, M.L.A'., on Saturday
afternoon, .when unveiling, the AVlridsor
war. memorial, which has been erected
,in Memorial Park, Lutwyche l-o-.td,
r Windsor. . There was a very- large
attendance of relntiyes and friends and
the general public. . A large number of
Girl .Guides and Boj/ Scouts/ were also
in attendance. // >:/ .
"It is the anniversary of Anzac
Day, the memorable landing of pur
troop's on the shores of Gallipoli on
April, 1915. It is an event that
should never be forgotten. It
heritage of which we are justly
proud. We are proud of our asso-
ciation with the great British
Empire which we trust may long
continue. Australia is worth de-
fending. It is the homeland of
those of us who are present here
to-day, and will be the homeland
of our children and our children's
who shall follow in our footsteps,
and we would say to any foreign
power, 'Hands off Australia.'"
Mr. C. Taylor, M.L.A., on Saturday
afternoon, when unveiling, the Windsor
war memorial, which has been erected
in Memorial Park, Lutwyche-road
Windsor. There was a very large
attendance of relativess and friends and
the general public. A large number of
Girl Guides and Boy Scouts were also
in attendance.
TRAM EXTENSION. New Services To Commence. OFFER OF QUARRY. (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Thursday 19 February 1925 [Issue No.3780] page 6 2019-11-09 15:32 New Services
To Commence. I
OFFER OF QUARRY.
At yesterday's mooting of tho
Brisbane Tramway Trust considera
tion was given to tbo fixing of a tor
minus on tho Cavendish-road exten
sion, The Trust inspected tlio. work
and'decided, to fix the terminus at
the intersection of Ladc-streot und
Cavendish-road, a point 88' chains
Clevolaiuhroad. This is approxima-.
tely tlifi same distanco as tho Camp
Hill extension, and is necessary, .In
Tho gang formerly working on tho
Kedron exieusiont has completed its
work and has been .transferred to the
relaying of the»tram track at thq
Clayficld terminus,
A temporary car shod near Kedron
Brook Bildgfe, for the housing of the
vice between the bridge and tho Lut
apd as soon as the roadway, lias been
by tho Kedron Shire Council, the. ser-'
•vice will'be'/commenced.
TRAM EXTENSION New Services
To Commence.

At yesterday's meeting of the
Brisbane Tramway Trust considera-
tion was given to the fixing of a ter
minus on the Cavendish-road exten
sion. The Trust inspected the work
and decided, to fix the terminus at
the intersection of Ladc-street und
Cavendish-road, a point 88 chains
Cleveland-road. This is approxima-.
tely the same distance as the Camp
Hill extension, and is necessary in
The gang formerly working on the
Kedronextension has completed its
work and has been transferred to the
relaying of the tram track at the
Clayfield terminus,
A temporary car shed near Kedron
Brook Bridge, for the housing of the
vice between the bridge and the Lut
and as soon as the roadway, has been
by the Kedron Shire Council, the ser-
vice will be commenced.

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