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1 JohnWarren 5,831,343
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,295
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,336,226
5 Rhonda.M 3,150,759
...
800 Laine 56,443
801 australianfootball.com-SPGE 56,432
802 Login1 55,772
803 kayejeff 55,550
804 ray3621 55,496
805 roos 55,467

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November 2019 284
October 2019 51
August 2019 379
March 2019 93
January 2019 161
October 2018 149
September 2018 14
August 2018 118
May 2018 57
March 2018 154
February 2018 62
January 2018 1
October 2017 67
September 2017 82
August 2017 130
July 2017 38
June 2017 314
April 2017 22
March 2017 543
February 2017 220
January 2017 162
December 2016 19
November 2016 347
October 2016 101
September 2016 13
July 2016 77
June 2016 688
May 2016 222
April 2016 539
March 2016 132
February 2016 347
January 2016 1,420
November 2015 7
October 2015 2,285
September 2015 129
August 2015 469
July 2015 75
June 2015 840
May 2015 442
April 2015 382
March 2015 7
February 2015 15
January 2015 133
December 2014 14
November 2014 1,237
August 2014 823
July 2014 1,054
June 2014 31
May 2014 272
April 2014 52
March 2014 916
February 2014 438
December 2013 4
November 2013 301
October 2013 538
September 2013 521
August 2013 965
July 2013 1,475
June 2013 1,570
May 2013 3,275
April 2013 343
March 2013 538
February 2013 199
January 2013 122
December 2012 943
November 2012 1,585
October 2012 346
September 2012 221
August 2012 1,432
July 2012 2,031
May 2012 1,710
March 2012 3,885
February 2012 2,135
January 2012 738
December 2011 554
November 2011 188
October 2011 348
August 2011 149
July 2011 689
June 2011 492
May 2011 1,647
April 2011 150
March 2011 26
January 2011 402
December 2010 86
November 2010 1,003
October 2010 287
September 2010 3,088
August 2010 3,446
July 2010 1,491

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,831,141
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,295
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,336,205
5 Rhonda.M 3,150,746
...
799 Laine 56,443
800 australianfootball.com-SPGE 56,432
801 Login1 55,772
802 kayejeff 55,544
803 ray3621 55,496
804 roos 55,467

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November 2019 284
October 2019 51
August 2019 379
March 2019 93
January 2019 161
October 2018 149
September 2018 14
August 2018 118
May 2018 57
March 2018 154
February 2018 62
January 2018 1
October 2017 67
September 2017 82
August 2017 130
July 2017 38
June 2017 314
April 2017 22
March 2017 537
February 2017 220
January 2017 162
December 2016 19
November 2016 347
October 2016 101
September 2016 13
July 2016 77
June 2016 688
May 2016 222
April 2016 539
March 2016 132
February 2016 347
January 2016 1,420
November 2015 7
October 2015 2,285
September 2015 129
August 2015 469
July 2015 75
June 2015 840
May 2015 442
April 2015 382
March 2015 7
February 2015 15
January 2015 133
December 2014 14
November 2014 1,237
August 2014 823
July 2014 1,054
June 2014 31
May 2014 272
April 2014 52
March 2014 916
February 2014 438
December 2013 4
November 2013 301
October 2013 538
September 2013 521
August 2013 965
July 2013 1,475
June 2013 1,570
May 2013 3,275
April 2013 343
March 2013 538
February 2013 199
January 2013 122
December 2012 943
November 2012 1,585
October 2012 346
September 2012 221
August 2012 1,432
July 2012 2,031
May 2012 1,710
March 2012 3,885
February 2012 2,135
January 2012 738
December 2011 554
November 2011 188
October 2011 348
August 2011 149
July 2011 689
June 2011 492
May 2011 1,647
April 2011 150
March 2011 26
January 2011 402
December 2010 86
November 2010 1,003
October 2010 287
September 2010 3,088
August 2010 3,446
July 2010 1,491

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 135,592
3 mickbrook 111,735
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,528
...
2287 jmglover 6
2288 JulieDavies 6
2289 KathyHanson 6
2290 kayejeff 6
2291 kennor 6
2292 lachlan.harben 6

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OUR DISTRICT ORCHARDS. NOTES OF A RAMBLE THROUGH TUE VINE-YARDS AND ORCHARDS AT SHERWOOD, FAIRFIELD, AND GUILDFORD. (Communicated.) No. IV. (Article), The Cumberland Mercury (Parramatta, NSW : 1875 - 1895), Saturday 11 May 1878 [Issue No.641] page 2 2019-11-17 16:19 Next inordei- is Lfark Lodge, which
waB at one time a very fine place. Dr.
Bland laid it out first as an plive plantation,
whioh was under the management of
Mr Stumph" for many years. It, was
tben let to different persons, and was
is not now in a -.very.flourishing, or
, Passing through Mark Lodge, I come
to Stein.Berge, the estate of Mr. Jacob
was one of the first Germans who caine
at Camden Park "for many- years,;\s
he came into the employ of Mr Whitakpr,
some years as superintehdetit 1 'of ftie establishment,
an experiment, but .these being articles
front. . The vineyard and orchard,
kinds of wine grapes, such.as Verdeilho,
La Folle), Siiu^ignon Ceudre, Scyras,
tp mention that Stein has been the
To 1* continued.
Next in order is Mark Lodge, which
was at one time a very fine place. Dr.
Bland laid it out first as an olive plantation,
which was under the management of
Mr Stumph for many years. It, was
then let to different persons, and was
is not now in a very.flourishing, or
Passing through Mark Lodge, I come
to Stein Berge, the estate of Mr. Jacob
was one of the first Germans who came
at Camden Park for many years,
he came into the employ of Mr Whitaker,
some years as superintehdent of the establishment,
an experiment, but these being articles
front. The vineyard and orchard,
kinds of wine grapes, such as Verdeilho,
La Folle), Sauvignon Ceudre, Scyras,
to mention that Stein has been the
To be* continued.
OUR DISTRICT ORCHARDS. NOTES OF A RAMBLE THROUGH TUE VINE-YARDS AND ORCHARDS AT SHERWOOD, FAIRFIELD, AND GUILDFORD. (Communicated.) No. IV. (Article), The Cumberland Mercury (Parramatta, NSW : 1875 - 1895), Saturday 11 May 1878 [Issue No.641] page 2 2019-11-17 16:15 Smart.
F, ^airBeld vine
X NOW leave iairfidd to oflertlew
remarks on the neat little property of
Fairfield rosd to Orchardleigh. This
was
purchased about three yeare since
fro® 1 a Mr Elliott. Dryce is a German,
^isdistrict^ , to wlych . _ he rame up - .
w a 5f 8 ^f
^tyjeare ago. He came
™ Urchardleigh in the employ of Mr.
) Lltake^ wtere he remained as a vine- d
I d . reS£er for many years. He went
' "
J 1 1 1 J 1

I
* a , , I
l ^y 1 ® T1 -^eyard. At the expiration of
1118 lease
^d saved money enough to j
pu«hase DlllV>naCu TllO his nhocanf present mvmanhr property, ntkinU which he I
p - £120 for and he then set to work
bulld a ne4t
plant • nlonf a a vineyard, nnntmnl and MH.1 from AMM. this .I.e.. he I... has
tfken something like two tons of grapes j
this season. The vineyard is situated on j
t e cree k ' ^ ^
tie vines Dryce grows some fine
t 1 vegetables. This is the secret of ob
taining fine grapes—it is ,,the quant^y
of manure that does , ! ..•*.;' '
. Ifext in'ordei- is Lfark Lodge, which
Smart. It was from this that Fairfield Railway station took its name.
The vineyard is situated on the banks of the
I now leave Fairfield to offer a few
remarks on the neat little property of Mr Caspar Dryce,
whose vineyard and garden are on the Orchardleigh side of the creek, on the opposite side of the Fairfield road to Orchardleigh. This
was purchased about three yeare since
from a Mr Elliott. Dryce is a German,
in this district, to which he came upwards
of twenty years ago. He came
to Orchardleigh in the employ of Mr.
Whitaker, where he remained as a vine-
dresser for many years. He went
thence to Woodville, where he took piece of ground from Mr Lackey on an
improving lease, and made the Wood-
ville vineyard. At the expiration of
his lease
he had saved money enough to
purchase his present property, which he
gave £120 for and he then set to work
bulld a neat
plant a a vineyard, and from this he has
taken something like two tons of grapes
this season. The vineyard is situated on
a knoll close to the creek, and among
the vines Dryce grows some fine
vegetables. This is the secret of ob
taining fine grapes—it is the quantity
of manure that does it.
Next inordei- is Lfark Lodge, which
OUR DISTRICT ORCHARDS. NOTES OF A RAMBLE THROUGH TUE VINE-YARDS AND ORCHARDS AT SHERWOOD, FAIRFIELD, AND GUILDFORD. (Communicated.) No. IV. (Article), The Cumberland Mercury (Parramatta, NSW : 1875 - 1895), Saturday 11 May 1878 [Issue No.641] page 2 2019-11-17 16:05 OF A BAUBLE THROUGH TUE VINE-
TAEDS AND ORCHARDS , AT SBEB-
WOOD, FAIRFIELD, AND (JUILDFORD.
f. °PP°? lte Sli \,° { ^os P ect Creek,
^hw^Md^^e^rda ^owsa^ only a I
^
a ?, d Vlne y- ar ?4 8 onIy - ,
f i acres, but are in the hightst state of j
banks
^ ^
^
T " itu « tod ^
^
°f
^
'
Fom^.to become one
| b 0UBe ^ a neat ^ ^ ^
with Vitclien detached.
r^VT- 1 There.-are also, several out- i
" bu^»ngs, buildings, and the condition of the whole
^
credit
the
j
^T^T^Y. . .
N E F T P™^/
. v . - ,, .
OF A RAMBLE THROUGH THE VINE-
YARDS AND ORCHARDS , AT SHER-
WOOD, FAIRFIELD, AND GUILDFORD.
Leaving Orchardleigh with its vine yards, orchards and pleasure grounds, I next come to a pretty little property on the opposite side of Prospect Creek,
which belongs to Mr Bellenger. The orchard and vineyards occupy only a
few acres, but are in the hightst state of
culture. They are situated on the banks
of the creek, and promise to become one
of the best orchards in this part. The
house is a neat cottage with kitchen de-
tached. There are several out-
buildings, and the condition of the whole
premises reflects great credit on the
proprietor.
The next property is Fairfield vine
yard and orchard, belonging to Mr.
Smart.
VITICULTURE AND PHYLLOXERA. Opinions of Mr. John Stein. A Mudgee District Resident. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 23 June 1910 [Issue No.1775] page 9 2019-11-17 15:52 - It was away back in the early
t 'forties' that viticulture, for com
late Sir* William M'Artliur, of Cam
Alwut the middle of 1830 lie de
adaptcd-for the purpose of having
had' no practical experience himself
Jie determined to secure for the ven
cultural oxperts. Accordingly, he
engaged tne services *ot tour expert
vinoyardiste from a famous grape
arrived in 1S40, having come -by a
months on the voyage; ' jind they
Their names -were Jacob Stein. John
Bcekhouse.
CONDITIONS OF LA BOH IN TOE
In view of the ruling rato of wages
and tlio agitation recently started i
foi the formation of a union, with
the .object, of increasing tlie pay, it
under. which these expert vitieultur
in Germany.' was for live years, and
They had to lay out tho vineyard,
and noon their arrival wore taken
Parramatta, oil the Southern line.
tho five years had expired, .Jacob
med Whittaker, who wanted to lav
live vears; but tho remuneration was
at tlie rate of £30 a year, with
time he had saved C75. He and
\ 200 acres of land, which they were
per acre, and they divided tho area
not. expire for 27 years; so Stein
ongagod with the lion. Thos. W.
Smart To lay out - an orchard and
vinevard for him at .CGI) .a ' year,
ing throe years in the Hon. Thos.
session of- his share of the 200 acres
above referred to. and working day
and uighi made 'a great place of
it.' (Tjx)ii his death the vinoyard
and orchard, in accordance with a*
wit! 'that he had made, were sold,
tho children. ?
It was away back in the early
'forties' that viticulture, for com
late Sir William McArthur, of Cam
About the middle of 1830 he de
adapted-for the purpose of having
had no practical experience himself
he determined to secure for the ven
cultural experts. Accordingly, he
engaged tne services of four expert
vineyardists from a famous grape
arrived in 1840, having come by a
months on the voyage; and they
Their names -were Jacob Stein, John
Beckhouse.
CONDITIONS OF LABOR IN THE
In view of the ruling ratE of wages
and the agitation recently started
for the formation of a union, with
the object, of increasing the pay, it
under which these expert viticultur
in Germany.' was for five years, and
They had to lay out the vineyard,
and upon their arrival were taken
Parramatta, on the Southern line.
the five years had expired, Jacob
med Whittaker, who wanted to lay
five years; but the remuneration was
at the rate of £30 a year, with
time he had saved £75. He and
200 acres of land, which they were
per acre, and they divided the area
not expire for 27 years; so Stein
engaged with the Hon. Thos. W.
Smart to lay out - an orchard and
vinevard for him at £60 a year,
ing three years in the Hon. Thos.
session of his share of the 200 acres
above referred to and working day
and night made 'a great place of
it.' Upon his death the vineyard
and orchard, in accordance with a
will that he had made, were sold,
the children.
WINE-MAKING AND VIGNERONS (Article), The Biz (Fairfield, NSW : 1928 - 1972), Thursday 13 July 1950 page 13 2019-11-17 15:28 Held Steins settled, in that historic
About six years previously the' orig
many, the servlo.s of half-a-dozen
and their one child born ofl the way out.
ing and tfine-making on the MacArthur
Estates, the Stein family -rngagcd on the
James Stsin-laid out and successfully
Hill, located between Fairfield anqd Yen
nort> stations: Whlttaker was a Sydney
To Mr. James Stein and his wif: were
and ex-Mayor, of Ware Str:et, Fair
five years of age Mr. Robert, stein went
hl^Hpife. Mr. Stein was an authority on
rejUuan life, especially Australian speci
mens. and at certain times of the year
I various kinds of snakes. Both Stan and
. Theo were very adept at .handling these
1 dangerous reptiles.
field Steins settled, in that historic
About six years previously the orig
many, the servlces of half-a-dozen
and their one child born on the way out.
ing and wine-making on the MacArthur
Estates, the Stein family engaged in the
James Stein-laid out and successfully
Hill, located between Fairfield and Yen
nore stations: Whlttaker was a Sydney
To Mr. James Stein and his wife were
and ex-Mayor, of Ware Street, Fair
five years of age Mr. Robert Stein went
his wife. Mr. Stein was an authority on
reptilian life, especially Australian speci
mens, and at certain times of the year
various kinds of snakes. Both Stan and
Theo were very adept at handling these
dangerous reptiles.
Mrs. K. M. Cloke (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Monday 28 March 1927 [Issue No.14,757] page 2 2019-11-17 15:01 Mrs. Katheriiie Cloke, who died at her
residence, ''Bro/npton,'" Liverpool, wnS
one of the oldest resldencts of Barra-
Mrs. CI6Ke Was born at Sariclal Farm,
Three, sons and a daughter survlce;
Mrs. Katherine Cloke, who died at her
residence, ''Brompton,'" Liverpool, was
one of the oldest resldencts of Parra-
Mrs. CIoke was born at Sandal Farm,
Three, sons and a daughter survlve;
No title (Article), Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889), Tuesday 5 February 1867 [Issue No.394] page 3 2019-11-17 14:37 MELANCHOLY Axil FATAL ACCIDENT AT 1'AIIHAMATTA.
-An Innucst wns liold by tho coroner on Monday
evening, ut tho dwelling house of Mr, Jacob Stein,
known ns thc Sandle farm, Prospcct Creek, on the
body of Henry Stein, a young Iud aged fifteen;
Margaret Stein, sister to thc deceased, deposed that
on Sunday evening nt hulf-past nine, site was going to
bed with hör little sister, when the deceased came to
her window, and asked for mutches ; sh o gnvo him
them, and ho went towards tho mulberry tree to look
for the gnu which sha believed lind been left thcro ;
ho foiind tho gun, and sho heard a cap crack ns
though ho had nttemptcd to Uro it off; ho then said,
" Why Margaret, thara aro two caps on tho gun-nu
old ono and a now ono-mid tho gun ls nat loaded ; "
MELANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT AT PARRAMATTA.
An inquest was held by the coroner on Monday
evening, at the dwelling house of Mr. Jacob Stein,
known as the Sandle farm, Prospect Creek, on the
body of Henry Stein, a young Iad aged fifteen;
Margaret Stein, sister to the deceased, deposed that
on Sunday evening at half-past nine, she was going to
bed with her little sister, when the deceased came to
her window, and asked for matches ; she gave him
them, and he went towards the mulberry tree to look
for the gun which she believed had been left there ;
he found the gun, and she heard a cap crack as
though he had attempted to fire it off; he then said,
" Why Margaret, there are two caps on the gun-au
old one and a new one-and the gun ls not loaded ; "
ANOTHER LINK SNAPPED (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Wednesday 18 August 1926 [Issue No.18457] page 9 2019-11-17 14:31 ' - With Uie death at the age «t 82 years
of airs. Margaret Craaasy, a link with
tbe^aarly dayu has been broken. She
WW a daughter of Jacob BUM, oas St.
ttaa^rtgneron* Imported by 0-» Vacar
BnH vamoen fbtk. isov MB»m»u
iS,-»easey. and the conple *5*ntj»h»
|#w Bed Cow Inn, ParramAtU. and
SE^tienUy 'Tho AustraUari *Ttufi
S?Suersairs Hotel. '? It *a» with
Sti»t tha latter btulilng that ibe.
nainy' borsea- -collided -Wilts ??is%.
EST.FIteroy .was WW»,Mr. *$»%
With the death at the age of 82 years
of Mrs. Margaret Creasey, a link with
the early days has been broken. She
was a daughter of Jacob Stein, one of
the vignerons imported by the Macao
thurs of Camden Park, She married
John Creasey, and the couple kept the
famous Red Cow Inn, Parramatta, and
subsequently 'The Australiani Arms'
and Tattersall's Hotel. '? It was with
part of the latter building that the
runaway horses collided when Lady
Mary Fitzroy was killed by being thrown out of her carriage in 1847. As an infant Mrs. Creasey was vaccinated by Dr. Leichhardt, the famous explorer.
MR. JACOB STEIN (Article), The Biz (Fairfield, NSW : 1928 - 1972), Thursday 9 June 1949 page 4 2019-11-17 14:22 MS. JACOB STEIN
1 Mr. Jacob Stein, aged 85 years, pass- j
' ed away at his residence, St. Marys, on j
Monday last. The late Mr. Stein was i
1 a member of the veal-known pion.er
family of Smithfleld, having been bom :
' in that town. He worked in S.nitMeld
tor many years, and was married there I
60 years ago. He was iii charge of the
clearing of la.ge tracts of land at
, Hc"sl;y about 25 years ago, when Rick
ards subdivided it. Mv. Stein moved to
fit. Marys, where he worked on^gt. Marys
five sons, all residing in that vicinity. j
Three brothers-Will, Rene and Chris, |
cf Ware Street, Fairfi'ld, and two sisters i
1 -Mrs. Lackey < Brisbane) and Mrs. j
Graham (Guildford) are the remaining .
members of a highly raspccled pioneer
family cf Smithfleld and Fairfield. j
MR. JACOB STEIN
Mr. Jacob Stein, aged 85 years, pass
ed away at his residence, St. Marys, on
Monday last. The late Mr. Stein was
a member of the well-known pioneer
family of Smithfleld, having been born
in that town. He worked in Smithfield
for many years, and was married there
60 years ago. He was in charge of the
clearing of large tracts of land at
, Horsley about 25 years ago, when Rick
ards subdivided it. Mr. Stein moved to
St. Marys, where he worked on St. Marys
Council outdoor staff for a long period.
five sons, all residing in that vicinity.
of Ware Street, Fairfield, and two sisters
Mrs. Lackey (Brisbane) and Mrs.
Graham (Guildford) are the remaining
members of a highly respected pioneer
family of Smithfleld and Fairfield.
A friendly Party. (Article), The Cumberland Mercury (Parramatta, NSW : 1875 - 1895), Saturday 16 February 1895 [Issue No.2155] page 3 2019-11-17 12:19 • A friendly Party*
On Thursday night Mr. 8. L. Heiford, of
after an absence of twelvp years, gave a most
eiuoysble party to hts numerous relatives -and
undertook the duties of M.O., apdgood masio
was wioutly supplied. Dancing, singing and
"•refreshing"" were kept • up enthunastaoally
until'tbe small hours of next day. .Amongst
those present were' - noticed — Misses • Annie
Herford, M. Herford, MesdamefcS. It. Herford,
H. Herord. A. Anthony, O. Bertram, J. Hurley,
W:Bendle,B.Stein,H.Farr, B.Darnell;
Messrs. Edgar Herford, It. Hurley,6, L. Herford,
J. Downey, A-.-Antboay,-J. Stieme,.,A.
IS. ASbe, ^'. Hurley, H.-Hodges, E. Hodges. ^
1
A friendly Party*
On Thursday night Mr. S. L. Herford, of
after an absence of twelve years, gave a most
enjoyable party to his numerous relatives and
undertook the duties of M.C., and good music
was variously supplied. Dancing, singing and
"refreshing" were kept up enthusiastically
until the small hours of next day. Amongst
those present were noticed — Misses Annie
Herford, M. Herford, Mesdames S. L. Herford,
H. Herord. A. Anthony, C. Bertram, J. Hurley,
W. Bendle, R.Stein,H.Farr, B.Darnell;
Messrs. Edgar Herford, L. Hurley, S. L. Herford,
J. Downey, A. Anthony,-J. Stieme,.,A.
E. Ashe, G. Hurley, H. Hodges, E. Hodges.

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