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1 JohnWarren 6,023,014
2 noelwoodhouse 4,005,152
3 NeilHamilton 3,494,044
4 DonnaTelfer 3,476,321
5 Rhonda.M 3,439,264
...
1174 Salty 35,241
1175 harley 35,239
1176 loubuckley 35,229
1177 gregorywebster 35,158
1178 asil 35,139
1179 phileastwood1 35,137

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February 2020 152
January 2020 9
December 2019 419
November 2019 377
October 2019 1,669
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August 2019 67
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February 2019 111
January 2019 417
December 2018 310
November 2018 380
October 2018 1,387
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May 2013 20
April 2013 38
March 2013 622
February 2013 232
January 2013 496
December 2012 42
November 2012 218
October 2012 686
September 2012 1,228
August 2012 3,270
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April 2012 327
March 2012 36
February 2012 141
January 2012 4
December 2011 301
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September 2011 250
August 2011 77
July 2011 328
June 2011 195
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April 2011 552
March 2011 37
February 2011 48
January 2011 312
December 2010 144
November 2010 404
October 2010 926
September 2010 1,442
August 2010 1,434
July 2010 1,647
June 2010 827
May 2010 63

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,022,812
2 noelwoodhouse 4,005,152
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,915
4 DonnaTelfer 3,476,295
5 Rhonda.M 3,439,251
...
1168 thankyou 35,254
1169 Salty 35,241
1170 harley 35,239
1171 gregorywebster 35,158
1172 phileastwood1 35,137
1173 asil 35,128

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April 2020 14
March 2020 19
February 2020 152
January 2020 9
December 2019 419
November 2019 377
October 2019 1,669
September 2019 487
August 2019 67
July 2019 66
May 2019 48
April 2019 71
March 2019 12
February 2019 111
January 2019 417
December 2018 310
November 2018 380
October 2018 1,387
September 2018 943
August 2018 761
July 2018 936
June 2018 117
May 2018 37
March 2018 193
February 2018 222
January 2018 39
December 2017 277
November 2017 365
October 2017 187
September 2017 244
August 2017 20
July 2017 64
June 2017 13
May 2017 7
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February 2017 2
January 2017 2
December 2016 10
November 2016 23
October 2016 5
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May 2016 120
March 2016 6
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June 2015 27
May 2015 68
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January 2015 16
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November 2014 3
October 2014 49
September 2014 34
August 2014 24
July 2014 6
April 2014 4
March 2014 11
January 2014 417
December 2013 559
November 2013 72
October 2013 6
September 2013 126
August 2013 232
July 2013 185
June 2013 155
May 2013 20
April 2013 38
March 2013 622
February 2013 232
January 2013 496
December 2012 42
November 2012 218
October 2012 686
September 2012 1,228
August 2012 3,270
July 2012 2,105
June 2012 2,314
May 2012 209
April 2012 327
March 2012 36
February 2012 141
January 2012 4
December 2011 301
November 2011 151
October 2011 304
September 2011 250
August 2011 77
July 2011 328
June 2011 195
May 2011 697
April 2011 552
March 2011 37
February 2011 48
January 2011 312
December 2010 144
November 2010 404
October 2010 926
September 2010 1,442
August 2010 1,434
July 2010 1,647
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[?]TT (Article), Torres News (Thursday Island, Qld. : 1957-2015), Tuesday 24 February 1981 [Issue No.8] page 17 2020-04-07 10:33 The><mber for Cook,Mr.Bob Scott, has been
approached by people concerned with afcli nt
operations on Thursday Islands Mr. Scott sai'
that a3 a result of theso requests, ho nad dv
cussions with Bush Pilots Management in Cair.r
and had also been in touch with Senator Ma"
Pilots operations to Horn "Island «re an im
provement on the Ansett Servioe because the
Wednesday flight has boon restored and frei j :
Mr Scott cays h- _ocls those are real im-
trip from Horn Island to Thrsday Island ar/.
Thursday Island Scctt said" I foel
there should bo a responsibility for suitcc
to bo stored undo? cover, but s Bush Pilot
The member for Cook,Mr.Bob Scott, has been
approached by people concerned with airline
operations on Thursday Islands Mr. Scott said
that as a result of these requests, he had dis-
cussions with Bush Pilots Management in Cairns
and had also been in touch with Senator Mal
Pilots operations to Horn sland are an im-
provement on the Ansett Service because the
Wednesday flight has boon restored and freight
Mr Scott cays he feels those are real im-
trip from Horn Island to Thrsday Island and
Thursday Island Scctt said I feel
there should be a responsibility for suitcases
to be stored under cover, but a Bush Pilot
COUNTRY NEWS. (From Our Correspondents.) FRANKFORD. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 29 October 1906 [Issue No.11,427] page 8 2020-03-16 14:33 with a «cuous accident voiteiday While
running ho fell on a hay fork, which in-
flicted three wounds on his legs Ile has
been in a groat deal of pam, but is pro
grossing favourably now
Octoboi 23
with a serious accident yesterday While
running he fell on a hay fork, which in-
flicted three wounds on his legs He has
been in a great deal of pain, but is pro-
gressing favourably now.
October 23.
MR. LESLIE JOHN CATT. (Article), The Northern Champion (Taree, NSW : 1913 - 1954), Wednesday 22 May 1935 [Issue No.23] page 2 2020-03-08 15:18 Craig and Aitken, and after his rnar
riago ho came to Taree 37 years ago
Christenscn's buildings. He remained
member of the Taree Band, playing un
to tho bereaved widow he is mourned
(Taree), Frank (Public School, Lid
survived by one brother and two sis
Mrs. L. Ivors (Auburn), and Mrs. D.
Methodist Church, where a short ser
The funeral then proceeded to the Daw
A. Bridge attended to tho funeral ar
sent to Taree through the police, and
Craig and Aitken, and after his rnar-
riage he came to Taree 37 years ago
Christensen's buildings. He remained
member of the Taree Band, playing un-
to the bereaved widow he is mourned
(Taree), Frank (Public School, Lid-
survived by one brother and two sis-
Mrs. L. Ivers (Auburn), and Mrs. D.
Methodist Church, where a short ser-
The funeral then proceeded to the Daw-
A. Bridge attended to the funeral ar
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 13 March 1943 [Issue No.27,425] page 8 2020-02-29 12:44 Mrs. L. W. Reed, of ivanhoe.
Mrs. L. W. Reed, of Ivanhoe.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 13 March 1943 [Issue No.27,425] page 8 2020-02-29 12:44 1">EED— BISHOP. — On Snturday. Fcbrunry
I--20. at St. Stephen's Church of Eng-
land. Richmond, by the Rev. R. M. ilud-
- sen. Edna Marcniet. eldest daughter ol
Mr. and Mn. W. H. Bishop, of Ivanhoo.
Lo Leslie James., youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Reed, of ivanhoc.
"\\7ITHERS— ANGUS.— On March S. nt
li Scote' Church, by Rev. cioider Burns,
REED— BISHOP. — On Saturday February
20. at St. Stephen's Church of Eng-
land. Richmond, by the Rev. R. M. Hud-
sen. Edna Margaret. eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bishop, of Ivanhoe.
to Leslie James, youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Reed, of ivanhoe.
WITHERS— ANGUS.— On March S. nt
Scote' Church, by Rev. cioider Burns,
THE LATE REX TRAILL. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser (NSW : 1876 - 1951), Thursday 8 October 1936 [Issue No.7309] page 5 2020-02-21 11:35 The funeral of the late Res Traill
on Sunday last moved from the Pres
by,.t&rian Church after a short ser
of the deceased lad. Members of th«
the grave. Rev. H. S. Michle con
The funeral of the late Rex Traill
on Sunday last moved from the Pres-
byterian Church after a short ser-
of the deceased lad. Members of the
the grave. Rev. H. S. Michie con-
MEN AND WOMEN Personal Paragraphs (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Saturday 17 July 1926 page 2 2020-02-20 20:17 M.RR. ADELINE .MyVRIÓN.'.'SA'ntiER
died suddenly ot lier resideiieo; iii El
phin, road,. Launceston, yesterday, nt
the ii ge of (18 years. A daughter pi'
tho late Capt." Tulloch, dccenséid was
born in London ariel carno to Australia
at the age of oight years. Iii 1873,
she married tho Into Mr. R. .1, Sadler,
who was mayor of Launceston in tho
jubileo year. The mayoress won' high
eulogy for the manner in which sao
carried out tho onerous duties. With'
her husband, Bbc was. joint treasurer of
the Queen Yictoria Hospital, mid took
a prominent part in all women's or
family are Messrs. H. S. Sadler, solici
tor, Wynyard; B. T. Sadler, East Dev
Mesdames Norman Field," Cressy; : G.
Iloberts, Hobart; and Miss Vera Sad
ler, of Launceston, '..,.
M.RR. ADELINE .MARION SADLER
died suddenly at her residence; 51 El-
phin, road, Launceston, yesterday, at
the age of 68 years. A daughter of
the late Capt. Tulloch, deceaséd was
born in London and came to Australia
at the age of eight years. In 1873,
she married the late Mr. R. J, Sadler,
who was mayor of Launceston in the
jubilee year. The mayoress won high
eulogy for the manner in which she
carried out the onerous duties. With
her husband, she was joint treasurer of
the Queen Yictoria Hospital, and took
a prominent part in all women's or-
family are Messrs. H. S. Sadler, solici-
tor, Wynyard; B. T. Sadler, East Dev-
Mesdames Norman Field, Cressy; G.
Roberts, Hobart; and Miss Vera Sad
ler, of Launceston.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 17 July 1926 [Issue No.18,316] page 1 2020-02-20 20:11 SADLER.-On, July 10, 192«, suddenly, at
her residence. 51 Elphin-road, Launccs-.
ion, Adeline Marion, widow of the late
1!. J. Sadler, aged GS years. Private
interment Carr S illa Cemetery Sunday.
CROFT—BIDGOOD. On, June 5th, 1920,
SADLER.-On, July 10, 1926, suddenly, at
her residence. 51 Elphin-road, Launces-.
ton, Adeline Marion, widow of the late
R. J. Sadler, aged 68 years. Private
interment Carr Villa Cemetery Sunday.
DEATH OF MR R. J. SADLER A WELL KNOW CITIZEN (Article), Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Friday 11 May 1923 [Issue No.112] page 5 2020-02-20 19:59 - A WELL KNO'VN CITIZEN
The death occurred at Ins residence.
E'pliin-road,' at an early hour yester
no one tetter known or more greatly
respected 'throughout Tasmania/ The
deceased had been 'in failing health
for some months past, and in conse
quence resigned from positions con
netLea wiin several public- uiodies, in
cluding a seat in the House of Assem
bly and the Tasmanian Turf Club, j
He recovered somewhat, and was able!
to take motor drives, hat on Satur
day night he again took ill and gradu
ally sank, hut wa.s conscious until late
members of his family who had ga
thered by his bedside. Then he be
came unconscious and passed peace
^ Mr Sadler was a good citizen of the
wa3 an ardent supporter of the North
of the State. Frequently in Parlia
rnai-aged at _ this end of the island
subject of goo'd humored banter. Dur
movements. ile was .a strong ^ sup-
jwrter of installing; the city with' elec
with regard thereto. The water sup
years ago was desirous of having fil
agitation was started here to 'have
tiams installed :Mr Sadler favored it,
and did all he could to have the sys
the utilities of the citv which he
strongly advocated was that of ob
the Hydro-iEieutrie De]»rtment. He
purposes, and- lost no opportunity of
doing everything that could be calcu
fact of being able to offer cheap mo
Of 'late years one of the many matters
advance the interests of the citv was
an extension of the trams to' Carr
Villa, and stil] more recently was he
a stafincli supporter of greater Laun
made prominent three of four vears
greater Ixurn'ceMnn 1
The late Mr Sadler was the first to j
take steps ooneernaie the proposal to!
'e kept on stirring the matter up by
series of. questions until a war me
morial Kwmmitteo was -formed and
!ils 'a,Ig term as a member
charge of all amending bil!s of the
(Launoeston Coiporation Act in the
House of Assembly, and was very suc
cessful in having t-} iem passed
. The ^le Town Hall' was fly
ing- cat half-mast yesterday out of re
sj-ec-t to tho memory of Mr Sadler,
regiet made at the passing of so es
timable a citizen. The 'stock Ex
change yesterday suspended its sit
tings- out of respect to the deceased.
Unly as late as Monday night mem
-ens of tlie iLaunccston Progressive
cnerally that over twenty years ago
The .icccapedj ivho w.is ;i tusiicc of'
the peace, ex-Wardeu and Master War
den 0f the Launceston Marine Board
alderman1 'and e^-Mayor of the City of
House of Assembly, was bom in Lauu- '
ceston in IS4--0, and educated at the
Tamar-street. Leaving Tasmania w.'ign
a VOUfll lie went i ? 3 ; -
+ 1 tTt 1 ? UJU,,CJ -Ula joined
the wholesale warehouse of Messrs Hoff
mmg and Co., where he remained some
four years. He then returned to Laun
Captain Samuel Tulloch, general mer
started in business on -his own account,
for which he built part of the pre
mises in St. John-street now in the oc
revival of milliner in Tasmania the dp
ceased gave up his business as a gene
ral mcrchaijt and devoted his attention
business, and subsequently became iden
tified with t-lie Tasmanian copper mine,
the Phopnix mine (adjoining the Tas
mania gold mine at Heaeonsfield). and
was one of the founders of the Laun
its inception remained a member, oc
many years. .The mining imlustrv bad
alwavs claimed his close attention,
, -:ie ^v^^^^c^arly
- A WELL KNOWN CITIZEN
The death occurred at his residence.
Ephin-road, at an early hour yester-
no one better known or more greatly
respected throughout Tasmania. The
deceased had been in failing health
for some months past, and in conse-
quence resigned from positions con-
nected with several public-bodies, in-
cluding a seat in the House of Assem-
bly and the Tasmanian Turf Club,
He recovered somewhat, and was able
to take motor drives, but on Satur-
day night he again took ill and gradu-
ally sank, but was conscious until late
members of his family who had ga-
thered by his bedside. Then he be-
came unconscious and passed peace-
Mr Sadler was a good citizen of the
was an ardent supporter of the North
of the State. Frequently in Parlia-
rnanaged at this end of the island
subject of good humored banter. Dur-
movements. He was a strong sup-
porter of installing; the city with elec-
with regard thereto. The water sup-
years ago was desirous of having fil-
agitation was started here to have
trams installed Mr Sadler favored it,
and did all he could to have the sys-
the utilities of the city which he
strongly advocated was that of ob-
the Hydro-Electric Deprtment. He
purposes, and lost no opportunity of
doing everything that could be calcu-
fact of being able to offer cheap mo-
Of late years one of the many matters
advance the interests of the city was
an extension of the trams to Carr
Villa, and still more recently was he
a staunch supporter of greater Laun-
made prominent three of four years
greater Launceston.
The late Mr Sadler was the first to
take steps concerning the proposal to
he kept on stirring the matter up by
series of questions until a war me-
morial committee was formed and
During his long term as a member
charge of all amending bills of the
(Launceston Corporation Act in the
House of Assembly, and was very suc-
cessful in having them passed.
The flag at the Town Hall was fly-
ing at half-mast yesterday out of re-
spect to the memory of Mr Sadler,
regret made at the passing of so es-
timable a citizen. The Stock Ex-
change yesterday suspended its sit-
tings out of respect to the deceased.
Only as late as Monday night mem-
bers of the Launceston Progressive
generally that over twenty years ago
in the early days of his service as an alderman
The deceased, who was a justice of
the peace, ex-Warden and Master War-
den of the Launceston Marine Board
alderman and ex-Mayor of the City of
House of Assembly, was born in Laun-
ceston in 1846, and educated at the
Tamar-street. Leaving Tasmania when
a youth he went to Sydney and joined
the wholesale warehouse of Messrs Hoff-
nung and Co., where he remained some
four years. He then returned to Laun-
Captain Samuel Tulloch, general mer-
started in business on his own account,
for which he built part of the pre-
mises in St. John-street now in the oc-
revival of mining in Tasmania the de-
ceased gave up his business as a gene-
ral mercahant and devoted his attention
business, and subsequently became iden-
tified with the Tasmanian copper mine,
the Phoenix mine (adjoining the Tas-
mania gold mine at Beaconsfield) and
was one of the founders of the Laun-
its inception remained a member, oc-
many years. .The mining industry had
alwavs claimed his close attention, and
he was particularly interested in open-
TRAILL--BLAKE. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Saturday 16 August 1924 [Issue No.196] page 15 2020-02-19 15:34 black satin lint, and enrried a blue and
The bride's travelling costumw was of
black satin lint, and carried a blue and
The bride's travelling costume was of

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