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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,888,513
2 noelwoodhouse 3,953,555
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,139
5 Rhonda.M 3,278,382
...
566 reisf 86,791
567 EricTheRed 86,574
568 J.Lane 86,445
569 hpearson 86,388
570 Midland12 86,222
571 warrenwsalt 86,061

86,388 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 295
November 2019 263
October 2019 522
September 2019 1,555
August 2019 131
July 2019 298
April 2019 34
March 2019 41
February 2019 187
January 2019 28
December 2018 74
November 2018 568
October 2018 1,598
September 2018 268
August 2018 2,192
July 2018 1,254
April 2018 148
March 2018 68
February 2018 742
January 2018 351
December 2017 5
November 2017 5,852
October 2017 10,772
September 2017 441
August 2017 1,669
July 2017 432
June 2017 4,690
May 2017 5,447
April 2017 1,292
March 2017 804
February 2017 28
January 2017 222
December 2016 251
November 2016 430
October 2016 1,019
September 2016 424
August 2016 243
July 2016 1,209
June 2016 157
May 2016 462
April 2016 154
March 2016 113
December 2015 124
October 2015 634
August 2015 1,107
July 2015 1,906
June 2015 1,563
May 2015 1,107
April 2015 198
March 2015 392
February 2015 49
January 2015 16
December 2014 758
November 2014 592
October 2014 1,285
September 2014 1,689
August 2014 79
July 2014 168
June 2014 752
May 2014 1,326
April 2014 1,334
March 2014 197
February 2014 926
January 2014 5,129
December 2013 1,026
November 2013 1,214
October 2013 1,175
September 2013 2,055
August 2013 804
July 2013 1,378
June 2013 1,365
May 2013 2,161
April 2013 797
March 2013 567
February 2013 145
January 2013 127
December 2012 53
November 2012 308
October 2012 340
September 2012 82
July 2012 50
June 2012 43
May 2012 158
April 2012 606
March 2012 36
February 2012 469
April 2011 845
March 2011 823
January 2011 9
December 2010 822
November 2010 254
October 2010 80
September 2010 272
August 2010 260

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,888,311
2 noelwoodhouse 3,953,555
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,113
5 Rhonda.M 3,278,369
...
563 Mirrabooka6 87,103
564 reisf 86,791
565 murraymac57 86,728
566 hpearson 86,388
567 J.Lane 86,388
568 Midland12 86,222

86,388 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 295
November 2019 263
October 2019 522
September 2019 1,555
August 2019 131
July 2019 298
April 2019 34
March 2019 41
February 2019 187
January 2019 28
December 2018 74
November 2018 568
October 2018 1,598
September 2018 268
August 2018 2,192
July 2018 1,254
April 2018 148
March 2018 68
February 2018 742
January 2018 351
December 2017 5
November 2017 5,852
October 2017 10,772
September 2017 441
August 2017 1,669
July 2017 432
June 2017 4,690
May 2017 5,447
April 2017 1,292
March 2017 804
February 2017 28
January 2017 222
December 2016 251
November 2016 430
October 2016 1,019
September 2016 424
August 2016 243
July 2016 1,209
June 2016 157
May 2016 462
April 2016 154
March 2016 113
December 2015 124
October 2015 634
August 2015 1,107
July 2015 1,906
June 2015 1,563
May 2015 1,107
April 2015 198
March 2015 392
February 2015 49
January 2015 16
December 2014 758
November 2014 592
October 2014 1,285
September 2014 1,689
August 2014 79
July 2014 168
June 2014 752
May 2014 1,326
April 2014 1,334
March 2014 197
February 2014 926
January 2014 5,129
December 2013 1,026
November 2013 1,214
October 2013 1,175
September 2013 2,055
August 2013 804
July 2013 1,378
June 2013 1,365
May 2013 2,161
April 2013 797
March 2013 567
February 2013 145
January 2013 127
December 2012 53
November 2012 308
October 2012 340
September 2012 82
July 2012 50
June 2012 43
May 2012 158
April 2012 606
March 2012 36
February 2012 469
April 2011 845
March 2011 823
January 2011 9
December 2010 822
November 2010 254
October 2010 80
September 2010 272
August 2010 260

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OBITUARY. MR. HARRY MAYNES. (Article), The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947), Wednesday 1 February 1922 page 2 2020-01-12 19:21 The funeral took place at Ger?ningong
oi Friday afternoon of Mr. H. 1iaynes,
and was largely attended, lthe Rev. '1'.
T?enkin officiating.
Thile late Mr. Maynes was in his 44th
year, and died under a serious opera
t:onr in. Sydney at a psivate hospiAtal.
tiHe, was the youngest son of the late
Wnm. Maynes of Toolijooan, and, spoent
his boyhood in the Gersingong district,
Lik.ed 'by all who knew him. After his
manrriage ha went to Unanderra w??he.e hle
became one of the successful farmers-of
that locality-a man who gafine: - the
esteem of all who know him. for the
stvraightforward, kindly qualities that
waise his. He took an active pa?ot in
pregressive affairs, and; was a atizen
1?h? districet coutld ill afford to lose. A
the home will be keenly felt, and; wide.c
s?lead sympathy is expressed for ir'.s.
loaynes and her three, young children
Them late Mr. Maynes was a keen
The funeral took place at Gerringong
on Friday afternoon of Mr. H. Maynes,
and was largely attended, the Rev. T.
Jenkin officiating.
The late Mr. Maynes was in his 44th
year, and died under a serious operation
in Sydney at a private hospital.
He was the youngest son of the late
Wnm. Maynes of Toolijooa, and spent
his boyhood in the Gerringong district,
liked by all who knew him. After his
marriage he went to Unanderra where he
became one of the successful farmers of
that locality—a man who gained the
esteem of all who know him, for the
straightforward, kindly qualities that
were his. He took an active part in
progressive affairs, and was a citizen
the district could ill afford to lose. A
the home will be keenly felt, and wide
spread sympathy is expressed for Mrs.
Maynes and her three young children
The late Mr. Maynes was a keen
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Monday 26 January 1925 [Issue No.14,082] page 4 2020-01-12 18:42 3UAYNES. — In loving memory of Henry James
serted by his sorrowing wile and children,
MAYNES. — In loving memory of Henry James
serted by his sorrowing wife and children,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 26 January 1922 [Issue No.26,227] page 5 2020-01-12 18:38 "ATAYNËS.-tíie Relatives and Friends of Mrs. LIL
.¿li- LIAN MAYNES, of Unanderra, are Invited to
r.tt-lid the Funeral of her late dearly-beloved IfUS
|J\XD, Henrv James; tn leave Gerringong Railway
a.m. train from Sydney, for Methodist Cemetery,
MAYNES.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. LIL
LIAN MAYNES, of Unanderra, are invited to
attend the Funeral of her late dearly-beloved HUS
BAND, Henry James; to leave Gerringong Railway
a.m. train from Sydney, for Methodist Cemetery,
Gerringong.
DAINTY NECKLET FOR BRIDE Hurstville Stages Pretty Wedding (Article), Daily Pictorial (Sydney, NSW : 1930 - 1931), Friday 16 January 1931 [Issue No.15,944] page 16 2020-01-12 17:04 odist Church, Hurstvilie.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Nesbitt. of
with- trails of stephan'otis.
The bridesmaid. Miss Margaret
The bridgegroom, who comes fronT
Cumnock, had as best man Mr._R.
odist Church, Hurstville.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Nesbitt, of
with trails of stephanotis.
The bridesmaid, Miss Margaret
The bridgegroom, who comes from
Cumnock, had as best man Mr. R.
Teachers Transferred. (Article), The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), Thursday 6 June 1907 [Issue No.4179] page 2 2020-01-12 16:40 from Stcckton to Botany, as teacher; Mr. M. Burke,
from Stockton to Botany, as teacher; Mr. M. Burke,
OUR NEWCASTLE LETTER. NEWCASTLE, Tuesday. (Article), The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), Tuesday 15 January 1907 [Issue No.4058] page 3 2020-01-12 16:37 Two of tlie districts' most esteemed head
teachers, named Mr. Marshall, of Wickhnm,
and Mr. McLaren, of Stockton, woro enter
shall with a silver trivy. The Stockton
Cricket Club pj-asei ited Mr. McLaren with a
smoker's outfit. : ,
Two of the districts' most esteemed head
teachers, named Mr. Marshall, of Wickham,
and Mr. McLaren, of Stockton, were enter
shall with a silver tray. The Stockton
Cricket Club presented Mr. McLaren with a
smoker's outfit.
PUBLIC MEETING AT CLIFTON. FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. M'LAREN. HANDSOME PRESENTATIONS. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Tuesday 7 July 1896 [Issue No.109] page 2 2020-01-12 16:22 Mr. Wallis, captain of tho Clifton foo'ball
olub, on behalf of the club ; and with n
silvor-inounted cricket bat by Mr. C. P«tor
sen, on bohtlf of tho Clifton cricket club,
onoli gentleman' accompanying his sp.ech
iiy many kind remarks concerning the
worth t f ihoir departing |-ues'.
Mr. S. H. Smith said, as ona who viewed
Mr. M'La on from a different standpoint to
thoso of tie formor speakers — i.e., as a col
league in the noblo work of education — he
was there to congiatul.ito him on a pro
motion that was to thoroughly deserved
nnd eo honestly earned. It was often said
that 'no n on is a hero 1 1 his valet,' and
with equal tiuth they might say ' few men
are heroes t ) their colleagues.' Tho 0 who
were able to get behind the scenos, as ;t
were, to see tho motives which actuated and
in tho doing 'of noble deeds were not
always charmed with-lhe view. But seven
years' familiar intercourse with Mr. M'Laren
enabled him toiay that he was one of the
' 'Who noblo ends by noble means attains
Their gueat wui a good man in every sense
of tho word — truly one of Nature's gentle
men — and it was only when ono got to
knoi; him intimately that one realised how
work he did. ; Carlyle had said: — 'Thu
and yet who.. tguld m that case thiuk.'
The trueit and - the 'best t-iaehor was the
one who most cleat 1 y realised that gre*t
guest by that standard they were ab!e to
plished a teacher ha had been. He had
admiration for all th-it was noblo and good,
their lo'S and congratulations to Mr.
M'Laren in that important promotion, which
Mr. J. Williams addoi his testimony to
Mr. M'Laren's worih, speaking of the
ready assistance rendered in all publio
Mr. M'Liren said they must excuse him
had so generously bostiwed upon Mrs.
M'Laren and himself. If he had faults —
nnd, being human, he supposed he had a
few— they bad been kind enough to not
remind him of thom very often, but on the
eontrary they had bestowed upon him all
the respect' and_ honor that lay in their
power. For their beautiful address be very
sea,' asthoy had so appropriately called it.
.school, _an.d no lather could,.. take,., in. his
enrolled 17 pupils. He wbb proud to know
that one of those 17 wa3 pressnt that night
in the person of their much-respec'ed post
had had various ups and downB, and now it
as bigh a position as ever it had attained in
of him that evening — as alsi to all who had
sincere thanks.' Their.valuable gifts would
be handed down to his ohildren, and he
M'Donald, and Messrs. H. Hopkinson, J.
of ' Auld Lang Syne' soon after ,10, p.m.
Many of the young 'people waited for a
Mr. Wallis, captain of the Clifton football
club, on behalf of the club; and with a
silver-mounted cricket bat by Mr. C. Peter
sen, on behalf of the Clifton cricket club,
each gentleman accompanying his speech
by many kind remarks concerning the
worth of their departing guest.
Mr. S. H. Smith said, as one who viewed
Mr. McLaren from a different standpoint to
those of the former speakers — i.e., as a col
league in the noble work of education — he
was there to congratulate him on a pro
motion that was so thoroughly deserved
and so honestly earned. It was often said
that 'no man is a hero to his valet,' and
with equal truth they might say ' few men
are heroes to their colleagues.' Those who
were able to get behind the scenes, as it
were, to see the motives which actuated and
in the doing of noble deeds were not
always charmed with the view. But seven
years' familiar intercourse with Mr. McLaren
enabled him to say that he was one of the
' 'Who noble ends by noble means attains
Their guest was a good man in every sense
of the word — truly one of Nature's gentle
men — and it was only when one got to
know him intimately that one realised how
work he did. Carlyle had said: — 'The
and yet who could in that case think.'
The truest and the best teacher was the
one who most clearly realised that great
guest by that standard they were able to
plished a teacher he had been. He had
subjects, but had instilled into their minds
admiration for all that was noble and good,
their loss and congratulations to Mr.
McLaren in that important promotion, which
Mr. J. Williams added his testimony to
Mr. McLaren's worth, speaking of the
ready assistance rendered in all public
Mr. McLaren said they must excuse him
had so generously bostowed upon Mrs.
McLaren and himself. If he had faults —
and, being human, he supposed he had a
few— they had been kind enough to not
remind him of them very often, but on the
contrary they had bestowed upon him all
the respect and honor that lay in their
power. For their beautiful address he very
sea,' as they had so appropriately called it.
school, and no other could take, in his
enrolled 17 pupils. He was proud to know
that one of those 17 was present that night
in the person of their much-respected post
had had various ups and downs, and now it
as high a position as ever it had attained in
of him that evening — as also to all who had
sincere thanks. Their valuable gifts would
be handed down to his children, and he
McDonald, and Messrs. H. Hopkinson, J.
of ' Auld Lang Syne' soon after 10 p.m.
Many of the young people waited for a
PUBLIC MEETING AT CLIFTON. FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. M'LAREN. HANDSOME PRESENTATIONS. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Tuesday 7 July 1896 [Issue No.109] page 2 2020-01-12 16:08 Mr. C. G. Brown, in a highly oulogistic
speech, referred to Mr. and Mrs. M'Laren's
many good social qnalitios, and then read
and proEented to him the following address,
color sketches of the original Clifton sohool,
the present Bcliool buildings, the Clifton
'Mr. VV. M'Laren, Public School Teacher,
Dear Sir,— &fter 18 years' residence
tion so faithfully and well, and havo assisted
life, that we cannot allow yon to part from us
and goodwill. Wo are pleased to know that
tinitod to yOur amiable and respected partner,
look back with pleasure upon the mauy years
of happiness spent in the little village by tho
saying lar.woll wo havo, therefore, the con
scope for tho exercise of your ability and
energy in your new field of labor j and we
in Illawarra— aye, and in many othor parts of
the colony— in wishing ycu and yours every
vmir domestic life.
' of the residents of Clifton, South Clifton and
tho surrounding districts, your devoted well
P. J. Currick C. J. Brown
F. W. Druper YV. J. Oswald
A. Patcrson IT. Gibson
Robt. Wragg Alired Broadhead.'
Mr. P. J. Carrick, in n very happy
spoech, present, tl Mrs. M'Liren with a
handsome si'vor tea and coffee servica
(suitably rncrived), and accompanied by n
silver-mounted tray. In doing eo, he re
furred to Mrs. M'Laren 'a many charitable
and hetiuvo'ont aots during her long rest
donco thcro, nnd of tho sorrow felt by all
Mr. M'Laren was presented with a hand
s-one and cost'y writing dusk by Mr. J.
Simpron, on bohalf of ex-f'Miio'o pupils ; a
VV. Oswald, on behalf of ex-malo pupils ;
an engraved and chasod silvor inkoland by
Mr. C. G. Brown, in a highly eulogistic
speech, referred to Mr. and Mrs. McLaren's
many good social qualities, and then read
and presented to him the following address,
color sketches of the original Clifton school,
the present school buildings, the Clifton
'Mr. W. McLaren, Public School Teacher,
Dear Sir,— After 18 years' residence
tion so faithfully and well, and have assisted
life, that we cannot allow you to part from us
and goodwill. We are pleased to know that
united to your amiable and respected partner,
look back with pleasure upon the many years
of happiness spent in the little village by the
saying farewell we have, therefore, the con
scope for the exercise of your ability and
energy in your new field of labor; and we
in Illawarra— aye, and in many other parts of
the colony— in wishing you and yours every
your domestic life.
of the residents of Clifton, South Clifton and
the surrounding districts, your devoted well
P. J. Carrick C. J. Brown
F. W. Draper W. J. Oswald
A. Paterson H. Gibson
R. Irving J. Simpson
Robt. Wragg Alfred Broadhead.'
Mr. P. J. Carrick, in a very happy
speech, presented Mrs. Mc'Laren with a
handsome silver tea and coffee service
(suitably engraved), and accompanied by a
silver-mounted tray. In doing so, he re
ferred to Mrs. McLaren's many charitable
and benevolent acts during her long resi
dence there, and of the sorrow felt by all
Mr. McLaren was presented with a hand
some and costly writing desk by Mr. J.
Simpson, on behalf of ex-female pupils; a
W. Oswald, on behalf of ex-male pupils ;
an engraved and chased silver inkstand by
PUBLIC MEETING AT CLIFTON. FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. M'LAREN. HANDSOME PRESENTATIONS. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Tuesday 7 July 1896 [Issue No.109] page 2 2020-01-12 16:00 success in vaii ;ns walk* of Jife of the imny
pupi's who bad bec-n equipped for their
tuuiuuEB under their roeptcted euest's cire.
He rta;5 a; o'ogies for unavoidable absence
IVoin Messrs. Arch. Campbell, M P , T.
Horan, O. Dinning, P. J. Mii'phy, A. G.
Clvu'Rian, J. Hoi ton, T. Dent, E. Byrnes
and Dr. Stur!, all oxpresin'o of very high
regard for Mr, M'Laren and congratulations
Mr. J. C. Joub.i. J.P., fait honored at
having thut opportunity of bearing public
tes'iinony to Mr. M'Laron's worth. He
had tho bsst reason for knowing tom-ithing
of it, tor his son had been a pupil at Clifton,
and had experienced much kindne's and
cartful preparation from their guest —
eerviccs which he would never cease to re
member with gratitude. ,Be took the
opportunity of apologieing for his son's
venting hi3 presence there. M-. M'Laren's
succtss as a teacher, for 'tho Education De
partment did not n^w-a-Jnya send a man
from a Bchnol of 100 pupils to one of 400
unless it fe't assured thit tie was worthy of
filling tho Ii'^her sphere. Mr. M'Laren
Northern IlUwarra for many years past. All
worthy public movements lnd had his ready
and practical sympathy. The- cricket Club,
football club, reiding room and sohool of
Tho Eev. H. Walker Taylor, M.A. (who
on rising received an ovut'on from the
formcr-parishiuners of his who were
Sydney at very groat personal inconvenience
to be present at that evonin»'s function,
but bis close association with Mr. M'Laren
in the public lifo of Northern Illawatra,
through eo many years, made it imperative
ditions, he was ab'e to'speak of- him airar
teacher and a mail in terms of highest
praise. He bad visited Ciifton school to
found their guent obliging and thoughtful
Mr. M'Liren hard at work — 30 busily em
ployed that I10 could not spare time to talk
to him. He knew also thut, in all matters
p.dvancemant of the people, their guest had
tho true, and had therefore b^en a distinct
gain to the c^mmnmty not only in personal
example of go-orosity, cbari'y, honesty and
straightforwardness — as well aa being
in hia indefatigable attention to the mani
workers, both Mr. and Mrs. M'Laren had
been faithful and hulpful, and he felt sure
wou'.d but deepen in their absence. Their
triends in thoir new home.
success in various walks of life of the many
pupils who had been equipped for their
business under their respected guest's care.
He read apologies for unavoidable absence
from Messrs. Arch. Campbell, M P , T.
Horan, C. Dinning, P. J. Murphy, A. G.
Chapman, J. Horton, T. Dent, E. Byrnes
and Dr. Sturt, all expresive of very high
regard for Mr. McLaren and congratulations
Mr. J. C. Jones, J.P., felt honored at
having that opportunity of bearing public
testimony to Mr. McLaren's worth. He
had the best reason for knowing something
of it, for his son had been a pupil at Clifton,
and had experienced much kindness and
careful preparation from their guest —
serviccs which he would never cease to re
member with gratitude. He took the
opportunity of apologising for his son's
venting his presence there. Mr. McLaren's
success as a teacher, for the Education De
partment did not now-a-days send a man
from a school of 100 pupils to one of 400
unless it felt assured that he was worthy of
filling the higher sphere. Mr. McLaren
Northern Ilawarra for many years past. All
worthy public movements had had his ready
and practical sympathy. The cricket club,
football club, reading room and school of
The Rev. H. Walker Taylor, M.A. (who
on rising received an ovation from the
former-parishioners of his who were
Sydney at very great personal inconvenience
to be present at that evening's function,
but his close association with Mr. McLaren
in the public life of Northern Illawarra,
through so many years, made it imperative
ditions, he was able to speak of him as a
teacher and a man in terms of highest
praise. He had visited Clifton school to
found their guest obliging and thoughtful
Mr. McLaren hard at work — so busily em
ployed that he could not spare time to talk
to him. He knew also that, in all matters
advancement of the people, their guest had
the true, and had therefore been a distinct
gain to the community not only in personal
example of generosity, charity, honesty and
straightforwardness — as well as being
in his indefatigable attention to the mani
workers, both Mr. and Mrs. McLaren had
been faithful and helpful, and he felt sure
would but deepen in their absence. Their
friends in their new home.
PUBLIC MEETING AT CLIFTON. FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. M'LAREN. HANDSOME PRESENTATIONS. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Tuesday 7 July 1896 [Issue No.109] page 2 2020-01-12 15:50 ings 0? corr uv felt by the resUouts at tho
departure of Mr. M'Laren aud of their
pleasuru at his promoti'in. He fell inoap
ab!o of bearing adequate testimony to their
tjuoSiAi many excoik-ncieB, but that magni
ficent ineetina %vas in iuelf more eloquent
in the mitter than his tongue, whilst the
highest and best testimony of ull was the
ings of sorrow felt by the residents at the
departure of Mr. McLaren and of their
pleasure at his promotion. He fell incap
able of bearing adequate testimony to their
guests' many excellencies, but that magni
ficent meeting was in itself more eloquent
in the matter than his tongue, whilst the
highest and best testimony of all was the

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    Returned from Great War: Bandsmen Powell, Rynards, Burgess, Howlett, Cameron, Leabeater, Lohman, Pauley, Robertson, Bowden, Pinfold and Murphy.
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    Quarrying at Pyrmont was dangerous with many fatalities.

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    Rev. John Tait was appointed to the Illawarra in 1837

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    Initial reports, family notices, insurance claims

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    On 25/8/1881 nearly 40,000 Scottish volunteers gathered in Edinburgh to mark the twentieth anniversary of the British volunteer forces. Despite constant rain, Queen Victoria reviewed the display from on open carriage (under an umbrella). A "Wet Review Veteran's Association" was still meeting 50 years later.

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