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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,784,935
2 noelwoodhouse 3,898,417
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,274,143
5 Rhonda.M 3,098,433
...
482 spikyhat 100,083
483 traxsie 100,035
484 PeterWaugh 99,709
485 kegib 99,366
486 patwad 98,349
487 quentaris 98,214

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October 2019 107
September 2019 239
August 2019 824
July 2019 839
June 2019 488
May 2019 213
April 2019 235
March 2019 310
February 2019 389
January 2019 149
December 2018 74
November 2018 488
October 2018 307
September 2018 253
August 2018 301
July 2018 433
June 2018 738
May 2018 354
April 2018 577
March 2018 231
February 2018 84
January 2018 120
December 2017 52
November 2017 558
October 2017 633
September 2017 23
August 2017 901
July 2017 776
June 2017 492
May 2017 275
April 2017 1,395
March 2017 558
February 2017 570
January 2017 1,755
December 2016 1,326
November 2016 878
October 2016 256
September 2016 620
August 2016 327
July 2016 695
June 2016 161
May 2016 164
April 2016 718
March 2016 1,011
February 2016 1,047
January 2016 1,171
December 2015 1,686
November 2015 2,748
October 2015 1,586
September 2015 2,205
August 2015 1,651
July 2015 1,572
June 2015 1,184
May 2015 1,334
April 2015 1,427
March 2015 772
February 2015 1,210
January 2015 1,063
December 2014 1,532
November 2014 1,594
October 2014 1,200
September 2014 1,515
August 2014 1,511
July 2014 1,285
June 2014 604
May 2014 854
April 2014 1,023
March 2014 1,776
February 2014 1,673
January 2014 636
December 2013 1,500
November 2013 1,103
October 2013 1,265
September 2013 1,303
August 2013 1,387
July 2013 1,633
June 2013 2,806
May 2013 2,406
April 2013 13
March 2013 562
February 2013 151
January 2013 1,187
December 2012 1,300
November 2012 870
October 2012 1,036
September 2012 2,513
August 2012 1,371
July 2012 788
June 2012 676
May 2012 993
April 2012 1,011
March 2012 1,358
February 2012 1,422
January 2012 531
December 2011 1,183
November 2011 1,241
October 2011 2,529
September 2011 2,287
August 2011 2,011
July 2011 1,915
June 2011 788
May 2011 413
April 2011 35
March 2011 23

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,784,733
2 noelwoodhouse 3,898,417
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,274,122
5 Rhonda.M 3,098,420
...
479 spikyhat 100,053
480 GeoffreyAlanMoss 99,818
481 PeterWaugh 99,701
482 kegib 99,366
483 traxsie 99,240
484 murds5 98,728

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Corrections by month

October 2019 107
September 2019 239
August 2019 824
July 2019 839
June 2019 488
May 2019 213
April 2019 235
March 2019 310
February 2019 389
January 2019 149
December 2018 74
November 2018 488
October 2018 307
September 2018 253
August 2018 301
July 2018 433
June 2018 738
May 2018 354
April 2018 577
March 2018 231
February 2018 84
January 2018 120
December 2017 52
November 2017 558
October 2017 633
September 2017 23
August 2017 901
July 2017 776
June 2017 492
May 2017 275
April 2017 1,395
March 2017 558
February 2017 570
January 2017 1,755
December 2016 1,326
November 2016 878
October 2016 256
September 2016 620
August 2016 327
July 2016 695
June 2016 161
May 2016 164
April 2016 718
March 2016 1,011
February 2016 1,047
January 2016 1,171
December 2015 1,686
November 2015 2,748
October 2015 1,586
September 2015 2,205
August 2015 1,651
July 2015 1,572
June 2015 1,184
May 2015 1,334
April 2015 1,427
March 2015 772
February 2015 1,210
January 2015 1,063
December 2014 1,532
November 2014 1,594
October 2014 1,200
September 2014 1,515
August 2014 1,511
July 2014 1,285
June 2014 604
May 2014 854
April 2014 1,023
March 2014 1,776
February 2014 1,673
January 2014 636
December 2013 1,500
November 2013 1,103
October 2013 1,265
September 2013 1,303
August 2013 1,387
July 2013 1,633
June 2013 2,806
May 2013 2,406
April 2013 13
March 2013 562
February 2013 151
January 2013 1,187
December 2012 1,300
November 2012 870
October 2012 1,036
September 2012 2,513
August 2012 1,371
July 2012 788
June 2012 676
May 2012 993
April 2012 1,011
March 2012 1,358
February 2012 1,422
January 2012 531
December 2011 1,183
November 2011 1,241
October 2011 2,529
September 2011 2,287
August 2011 2,011
July 2011 1,915
June 2011 788
May 2011 413
April 2011 35
March 2011 23

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PERSONAL (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Monday 28 June 1937 page 3 2019-10-09 13:45 beath lias claimed another old'and
respected Queei^slander, for many
years « wcll-lmown resident or Chatt
els Towers, ' who passed away In
Brisbane on June 10 at the ftdvanted
age . of 7B yeate in the person of
hame he was always known on
Charters Towers, left Bigland %ltli
his . parents ih 1872 for the Western
town then knftwn as Copiierfleld but
travailing from the coast was per
medium of bullock drdy and tlife
(ourney occupied hearly three months.
The <coppi>r mines not being success
ful. Bill's parents and family,' to
gether With mahy other Cornish
people, migrated to Charters TOwten,
nvas ot that time practically bush.'
Tills was over 60 yisars ago. By dliit
of likrd labor, Atawood cutting and
carting, Bill built up ohe of the finest
IfsSen in any part of the State. By the
time the mines here were In full afririg
he had from )2 to IB dray* m constnnt
work carting to and ftofn mlOSs and
mills, ftnd Bill was a fftttlUar figure
In all ixiMik bf the H41d Mdlriit around
on his old grey horse, "Chatlle."
Fimervidng the work of his plant.
When mining here bfecan to decline, he
dlstwsna ot his pl6tat And left for
Btlslxine 23 years aifcd. where he rh
i cined until his ?.3&th. He was ohe
oT a familv oT slit, bf whom Dick
, Couch, oT Nalal Dflwns Roort, ic r,~
lottlv survlvtnc brottiM-. BUI tJoiif-n
. renr^tl n familv of seven, all of whom
an lUll UTinf. They ?» Mrs, a
MCColl, Mi's.- J.. Taylor and Mrs. M.
and Mrs. t.Goddlng (Sydney), Mrs. L
eifortcn ttna tlr. W. Coucli (Brisbane,
His Ahly Boat. His wife died In 1005.
and hi robmirled In 1907. His second
?wife predfcccksed him some six yeAi?
ago In. Brisbane, AOs step-douglittr, |
Mi's. J. Dunsten, still resides in BrLs-'
ba'ne. Although frith advancing year?
Bill Couch aid nol (enjoy the best of
health, the hews of his passing Was a
shock to his relatives here. Whilst oh
Charters Tbtoete he could claim almort
friends who will regret ills passing.
of this field lias been severed. Thfcrs
are many still on Charters Towtrs who
will remember Bill Coucli and regrfct
the passing of yet another dr the OM
Brlnhdc.
Death has claimed another old and
respected Queenslander, for many
years a well-known resident of
Charters Towers, who passed away
in Brisbane on June 10 at the advanced
age of 78 years in the person of
name he was always known on
Charters Towers, left England with
his parents in 1872 for the Western
town then known as Coppeerfield but
travelling from the coast was per
medium of bullock dray and the
journey occupied nearly three months.
The copper mines not being successful
Bill's parents and family, together with
many other Cornish people
migrated to Charters Towers and
was at that time practically bush'
This was over 60 years ago. By dint
of hard labor, firewood cutting and
carting, Bill built up one of the finest
seen in any part of the State. By the
time the mines here were In full swing
he had from 12 to 15 drays in constant
work carting to and from mines and
mills, and Bill was a familiar figure
in all parts of the field riding around
on his old grey horse, "Charlie."
supervisng the work of his plant.
When mining here began to decline, he
disposed of his plant and left for
Brisbane 23 years ago where he
resided until his death. He was one
of a family of six, of whom Dick
Couch,of Natal Downs Road is the
only surviving brother. Bill Couch
reared a family of seven, all of whom
are still living. They are Mrs S
McColl, Mrs- J.. Taylor and Mrs. M.
and Mrs. I.Goddlng (Sydney), Mrs. L
Shorten and Mr. W. Couch (Brisbane,
his only son). His wife died In 1905.
and he remarried In 1907. His second
wife predeceased him some six years
ago In. Brisbane, His step-daughter,
Mi's. J. Dunstan, still resides in Brisbane
Although with advancing years
Bill Couch did not enjoy the best of
health, the news of his passing was a
shock to his relatives here. Whilst on
Charters Towers he could claim almost
friends who will regret his passing.
of this field has been severed. There
are many still on Charters Towers who
will remember Bill Couch and regret
the passing of yet another of the Old
Brigade
HENRY TREGEA (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Thursday 25 June 1953 page 1 2019-10-09 11:40 | With tin' recent passing at
jTownsvllle of Henry Tregea,
lost to Charters Towei-s. Born
! at Coppct'lleld 77 years ago,
whlli' at Duchess was a k en
, lite he took a quiet pleasure
In Ashing tr'ps to tile Burda
a ready and welcome contri
entertainment, and was al
ways picused to oblige with
a comic songand tho Cob
bl-jr's Dance. *The late Mi
Tregeu never married, liu1
with Mb brother, the late M.
Jo Trcgta, of.ltossmnn Park
1 Latterly, his eyes had g'ver
much cause for roncerh, ani
lie Wat Admitted to the
Townsvllle h o sp 11 a 1 six |
months ago for special treat.- J
merit. By his cheerful de
be or service he endeared
himself to all with whom lie
came In contact, and will he.
missed by many to whom l*.e
friend. He paBsed peacefully
away on May 27, and was In
terred at the Townsvllle New
the Inst of the TVogea broth
ers, two brothers and on only
him many years ago at Rock
hnmpton, nnother , brother,
i W.1I, Wi yenra ago, and (lie
I youngest brother, Jo, In
:! October of last year.
With the recent passing at
Townsvllle of Henry Tregea,
lost to Charters Towers. Born
at Copperfield 77 years ago,
of a quiet disposition, he took
while at Duchess was a keen
lite he took a quiet pleasure
In fishing trips to the Burdekin
pleased to oblige with
a comic song and the
Cobbler's Dance. The late Mr
Tregea never married, but
with his brother, the late Mr.
Jo Tregea, of.Mossman Park
Latterly, his eyes had given
much cause for concern, and
he was admitted to the
Townsvllle hospital six
months ago for special treat.ment
be of service he endeared
himself to all with whom he
came In contact, and will be.
missed by many to whom h.e
friend. He passed peacefully
interred at the Townsvllle New
the Iast of the Tregea brothers
, two brothers and an only
Rockhampton, another brother,
Will 2½ years ago, and the
youngest brother, Jo, In
October of last year.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 16 December 1935 [Issue No.25,170] page 1 2019-10-08 11:46 TRAVERS.— On .the 15tli December, James
Mclnroy), Vincent, Louts, Eileen (Mrs. Car
roll), Desmond, Olive (Mrs. Aldersca), WU-
Hum, Basil, aged 87 yours. R.I.P.
TRAVERS.— On the 15th December, James
Carroll), Desmond, Olive (Mrs. Aldersea),
William, Basil, aged 87 years. R.I.P.
ABOUT PEOPLE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1912 [Issue No.17,885] page 13 2019-10-07 11:02 ' Mr. Oswald Tipping, A.I.A.V., who is
leaving this "State to. thke up the position
- of .manager of the- Eider Trustee Company
(| Adelaide, was yesterday the recipient
: w ' "wdMrne present -from ;tiie-' staff of
: the Trustcc-s, Executors, and Agency Co.
, Ltd., in the service of which Mr; Tipping
iiad -been engaged for over twenty yeara; '
Mr. Oswald Tipping, A.I.A.V., who is
leaving this State to take up the position
of manager of the Elder Trustee Company
Adelaide, was yesterday the recipient
of a handsome present from the staff of
the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co.
Ltd., in the service of which Mr; Tipping
had been engaged for over twenty years
(From our Cooma Correspondent.) (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Friday 10 February 1860 page 4 2019-09-30 14:56 soil, -&c., nearly covering Mr S. Af er consider
abld trouble lie was extricated, when it was found
I that the injuries were of such a nature as to de
mand immediate medical assistance, and a brother
digger started post haste for Dr Codrington,
soil, -&c., nearly covering Mr S. Af er considerable
trouble he was extricated, when it was found
brother digger started post haste for Dr Codrington,
SAD DROWNING CASE. (Article), Kerang New Times (Vic. : 1901 - 1918), Friday 30 December 1904 [Issue No.5917] page 3 2019-09-27 11:15 the Wakool Creak on Wednesday
evenin? last about 6 p.m., tbe victim
beiou' Mr Richard M. T. Stephens, a
v,.rv <ld resident of the Nwyo dis
trici, ii ar B liars', where be was wc 1
kn w'K Mr Stephens bad recen 1.
taken np a tract "f l"d on 'he W»kool,
about 13 mi en from B.rham. On the
evening oi he fa'ali'y Stephens went
a-rno ibe rret-K aajoining ms property
to have a thot at some ducks. After
sbo ting 11 c uPe wai'e 'nt0 the
i wi'tr to eet ibem. when be suddenly
! tpt out i h"'S depth and, beins unable
com -lu-nced eboutiug for help. Mr A.
Coleman, who was wnrki- g at the
bouse near by, wh rb was just being
-- . cumple'ed f .r Mr Stephens, heard' tbe
nnd hastened to his gssistance.
held t:n ; s long pole to Siej h« s, but
the unfortunate man was by tbe time
to i (X :5US'od to grasp it and sank in
12 be' o! water. 1'he boay was
r. covered and convced to Barhsra.
De.>p sympathy was expressed wben
fatality being partirular'y distressing
frem the fact that M Stephens was
lady, tbe bouse jusc bring got iu rtadi
cess for tbe o casioD.
the Wakool Creek on Wednesday
evening last about 6 p.m., the victim
being Mr Richard M. T. Stephens, a
very old resident of the Newlyn district.
near Ballarat, where he was well known.
Mr Stephens had recently taken
u a tract of land on the Wakool,
about 13 miles from Barham. On the
evening of the fatality Stephens went
along the creek adjoining his property
to have a shot at some ducks. After
shooting a couple he waded into the
water to get them. when he suddenly
got out of his depth and, being unable
commenced shouting for help. Mr A.
Coleman, who was working at the
house near by, which was just being
completed for Mr Stephens, heard the
cries and hastened to his assistance.
Coleman, who was also unable to swim
held out a long pole to Stephens, but
the unfortunate man was by the time
to exhausted to grasp it and sank in
12 feet of water. The body was
recovered and conveyed to Barham.
Deep sympathy was expressed when
fatality being particularly distressing
from the fact that Mr Stephens was
lady, the house just being got in
readiness for the occasion.
Local News SATURDAY NIGHT EARLY CLOSING. (Article), The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser (Heathcote, Vic. : 1863 - 1918), Thursday 11 July 1901 [Issue No.2108] page 2 2019-09-27 10:55 OuriruARY..-Wo regret to announce the
death of Mr Joseph Treweok, which
occurred early this morning in the Heath
to the institution oil the 6th inst, suffering
from itrangulated hernia, the. seriouP
being performed; but he'never rallied and
succumbed to hisa illness as stated. The
hite Mr Treweek vaus 4'1 yeari; of age, dnd
a native of Ballarat, and had been a resi
dent of the Cos.terfield district for'tho last
13 years. Ho leaves a wife and family of
two years of ago. Much sympathy is felt
bereavoment. It is probable thatdeceased
will be 'conveyed to Creowicik for i)ter.:
OBITUARY..-We regret to announce the
death of Mr Joseph Treweek, which
occurred early this morning in the Heath-
to the institution on the 6th inst, suffering
from strangulated hernia, the. serious
being performed; but he never rallied and
succumbed to his illness as stated. The
late Mr Treweek was 46 years of age, and
a native of Ballarat, and had been a resi-
dent of the Costerfield district for the last
13 years. He leaves a wife and family of
two years of age. Much sympathy is felt
bereavement. It is probable that deceased
will be conveyed to Creswick for interment
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 23 May 1934 [Issue No.24,682] page 1 2019-09-26 14:23 azn.l May, at UothORila
m.t l1)' Mary Jane, widow x of tho late
fi» t Alexander Steele, and beloved mother
y'ar Inc8' 1Iuro,a un,t Leslie, in her 8(Jth
STEELE on the 22nd May at Bethesda
Hospital Mary Jane, widow of the late
Rev Alexander Steele, and beloved mother
of James ,Harold and Leslie in her 86th year
PERSONAL. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 18 February 1922 [Issue No.23,570] page 18 2019-09-26 14:17 Sunday, was for many years n well-known
minister of tho Baptist Church. As prcbi
dont of the Baptist Union, ho reprcscnteil
that body nt the opening of the Federal
Parliament hy tho present King (then Duke
in charge of tlio Newmarket and. Moonee
Ponds pastorate. Ile leaves n widow nnd
throe sons-Mr. J. A. .Steolo (professor of
music), Mr. Harold Steolo (vice-principal of
mid Mr. Loslio Steolo (builder nnd contrac-
Sunday, was for many years a well-known
minister of the Baptist Church. As president
of the Baptist Union, he represented that
body at the opening of the Federal
Parliament by the present King (then Duke
in charge of the Newmarket and. Moonee
Ponds pastorate. He leaves a widow and
three sons-Mr. J. A. .Steele (professor of
music), Mr. Harold Steeo (vice-principal of
and Mr. Leslie Steele (builder and contrac-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Tuesday 3 August 1915 [Issue No.12,302] page 10 2019-09-25 11:00 ST. PAUL.— On the 2nd August, YVllliwnSt|
Paul, second eldest son of the late Hon I
William St. Paul, late of Clifton HIM"
Maria St. Paul, of "The Grange. Gnjl«(
road, Alphlngton. beloved brother of W-
Dlck,v Joanna and Gertie, uncle of OH.!
and father of Graco St. Paul, South iw.|
Brighton. Aged 52 years. I
ST. PAUL.— On the 2nd August, William St
Paul, second eldest son of the late Henry
William St. Paul, late of Clifton Hill and
Maria St. Paul, of "The Grange" Grange
road, Alphlngton. beloved brother of Ralph,
Dlck,Joanna and Gertie, uncle of Olive
and father of Grace St. Paul, South road|
Brighton. Aged 52 years.

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