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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,832,486
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,336,575
5 Rhonda.M 3,151,174
...
1345 gygo3122 28,278
1346 Mmarg7 28,259
1347 pattaylor 28,225
1348 kizzie56 28,198
1349 dazzamataz 28,183
1350 Foulds 28,167

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November 2019 343
October 2019 172
September 2019 214
August 2019 88
July 2019 219
June 2019 825
May 2019 462
April 2019 512
March 2019 377
February 2019 91
January 2019 117
December 2018 202
November 2018 245
October 2018 346
September 2018 467
August 2018 1,188
July 2018 2
June 2018 486
May 2018 33
April 2018 32
March 2018 33
February 2018 18
December 2017 11
October 2017 65
September 2017 109
August 2017 97
July 2017 178
June 2017 890
May 2017 281
March 2017 145
January 2017 610
December 2016 6
October 2016 67
March 2016 231
February 2016 2
January 2016 135
December 2015 234
April 2015 2
February 2015 196
January 2015 99
December 2014 15
October 2014 63
August 2014 44
May 2014 1,126
April 2014 4,031
March 2014 805
July 2012 10
January 2012 334
November 2011 627
October 2011 2,919
September 2011 2,631
August 2011 2,971
May 2011 18
February 2011 163
December 2010 125
June 2010 90
June 2009 467
May 2009 1,524
April 2009 405

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,832,284
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,336,554
5 Rhonda.M 3,151,161
...
1341 pattaylor 28,218
1342 Darger 28,196
1343 dazzamataz 28,183
1344 kizzie56 28,165
1345 Foulds 28,161
1346 Archivist1788 28,151

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November 2019 343
October 2019 172
September 2019 214
August 2019 85
July 2019 219
June 2019 825
May 2019 462
April 2019 512
March 2019 377
February 2019 91
January 2019 117
December 2018 202
November 2018 242
October 2018 346
September 2018 467
August 2018 1,188
July 2018 1
June 2018 486
May 2018 33
April 2018 32
March 2018 33
February 2018 18
December 2017 11
October 2017 65
September 2017 109
August 2017 97
July 2017 178
June 2017 890
May 2017 281
March 2017 145
January 2017 584
December 2016 6
October 2016 67
March 2016 231
February 2016 2
January 2016 135
December 2015 234
April 2015 2
February 2015 196
January 2015 99
December 2014 15
October 2014 63
August 2014 44
May 2014 1,126
April 2014 4,031
March 2014 805
July 2012 10
January 2012 334
November 2011 627
October 2011 2,919
September 2011 2,631
August 2011 2,971
May 2011 18
February 2011 163
December 2010 125
June 2010 90
June 2009 467
May 2009 1,524
April 2009 405

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1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 135,891
3 mickbrook 111,735
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,528
...
888 gstew 33
889 i.h.gibson 33
890 kedwards1 33
891 kizzie56 33
892 kristie24 33
893 mummabear9 33

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Tasmanian (Launceston, Tas. : 1881 - 1895), Saturday 14 January 1882 [Issue No.2] page 54 2019-11-20 19:56 ./ :: residence of the bride's parents, by the :Rev.'
jus: :';Wm. White, Baptist minister, Henry Miller,
iiiijjito Hannah Hurst, only daughter. : of ???. James'
U).i vandElizabeth Hurst. :???: ..'\lj ;iji;Mi'
residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev.
Wm. White, Baptist minister, Henry Miller,
to Hannah Hurst, only daughter of James
and Elizabeth Hurst.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. (Article), The Tasmanian Daily News (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1855 - 1858), Saturday 28 February 1857 [Issue No.657] page 2 2019-11-20 19:51 Anally Unookiug her down. Tho oonstalilos
wero sent foe in cpnsoqnonoo. In cross-ex
amination by Mr. Brower witness said this
ocouiTcd in front of tho bar of tlio public
houso. Witness had not got hold of Mr.
Hurst. Witness and hor husband had boon
public houso, the Good Woman, but wero
quito Boboi'. Witnoss' husband had no
money about liitn. Ho did not call for boer
at tlio Angel, aud upon its being served ro-
fuse to pay for it. A porson named Symonde
paid for tlio liquor, and offered to lend him
iialf a-orown to pluy cards with. Constable
llyland stated that ho was on Iii3 beat noar
the Angel, on tlie ovoning of tho 10th instant.
I-Inard a row going on as ho was passing tho
door of that publio house. A woman came
out qnd said she had beon assaulted, and had
hor rations stolen, That woman was Mrs.
Eulchoi. Her bonnet was torn and slio ap
peared oxoitod. Mr. Brewer said, as ho was
instructed, Fuloher and his wifo canio to tlio
Angel in a state of intoxication and oidored
some boor for which ho refused to pay. Mr.
Hurst ondoavourod to enforce payment, when
Eulohor struck him, and Hurst, us ho was
down. Mrs. Hurst interfered, and ovontunlly
Mr. and Mrs. Eulchor wero ejected from the
promises. In support of this statouiert,
several witnesses wero callod. Tho
Banah "dismissed tlio case. A second
information by Mrs. Entailer against
ill". Hurst was withdrawn. A charge was
next proforrcd l>y Mrs. Hurst against Police
Serjeant Wilson for striking hor on tlio foro-
liotid with a brass candlestick, to which cliargo
lie pleaded not guilty. Mi'. Brewer appeared
for complflinant, and Mr. Lees lor defendant.
there. was in -the bar. Mrs. Hurst ondoavourod
to tako it from him, and a souffle took place
Mis. Rtaly (sister of Mrs. Hurst) and a porson
mado'by Mrs. Hurst to strike Wilson, with
when Mr.Hui'St immediately said, "what are
finally knocking her down. The oonstables
were sent for in consequence. In cross-ex
amination by Mr. Brewer witness said this
occurred in front of the bar of the public
house. Witness had not got hold of Mr.
Hurst. Witness and her husband had been
public house, the Good Woman, but were
quite sober'. Witness' husband had no
money about him. He did not call for beer
at the Angel, and upon its being served re-
fuse to pay for it. A person named Symonds
paid for the liquor, and offered to lend him
half a-crown to play cards with. Constable
Hyland stated that he was on his beat near
the Angel, on the evening of the 19th instant.
Heard a row going on as he was passing the
door of that public house. A woman came
out and said she had been assaulted, and had
her rations stolen, That woman was Mrs.
Fulcher. Her bonnet was torn and she ap-
peared excited. Mr. Brewer said, as he was
instructed, Fulcher and his wife came to the
Angel in a state of intoxication and ordered
some beer for which he refused to pay. Mr.
Hurst endeavoured to enforce payment, when
Fulchor struck him, and Hurst, as he was
down. Mrs. Hurst interfered, and eventually
Mr. and Mrs. Fulcher were ejected from the
premises. In support of this statement,
several witnesses were called. The
Bench dismissed the case. A second
information by Mrs. Fulcher against
Mr. Hurst was withdrawn. A charge was
next preferred by Mrs. Hurst against Police
Serjeant Wilson for striking her on the fore-
head with a brass candlestick, to which chargo
he pleaded not guilty. Mr. Brewer appeared
for complainant, and Mr. Lees for defendant.
there. was in -the bar. Mrs. Hurst endeavourod
to take it from him, and a scuffle took place
Mis. Riely (sister of Mrs. Hurst) and a person
made by Mrs. Hurst to strike Wilson, with
when Mr.Hurst immediately said, "what are
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. (Article), The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840 - 1859), Monday 30 August 1858 [Issue No.3451] page 3 2019-11-20 19:39 IKQUEBT ON Ali«. Hun'T.-An inquest was holden
before A. B. Jone», Ein.., at the Gordon Castle Inn,
Argyle-strcot, on Saturday, on the remains of tho late
Mr. Benjamin Hurst, and a verdict of ' Accidoutally
Miss EMMA SiAtfr.r.r has arrived at Launceston,
INQUEST ON MR.HURST.-An inquest was holden
before A. B. Jones, Esq., at the Gordon Castle Inn,
Argyle-street, on Saturday, on the remains of tho late
Mr. Benjamin Hurst, and a verdict of ' Accidentally
Miss EMMA STANLEY has arrived at Launceston,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Hobart Town Daily Mercury (Tas. : 1858 - 1860), Thursday 10 November 1859 [Issue No.661] page 2 2019-11-20 19:36 Argyle Street, Eliza, relict of the late Sir Benjamin Hurst,      
Argyle Street, Eliza, relict of the late Mr Benjamin Hurst,
2 o'clock, on Friday next.
PORT PHILLIP. THE REV. BENJAMIN HURST. (Article), The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), Saturday 25 December 1841 [Issue No.375] page 4 2019-11-20 19:31 lency Sir George Gipns, and on which, we
or calumnies which had no foundation what-
lency Sir George Gipps, and on which, we
of calumnies which had no foundation what-
Revd. Benjamin Hurst. (Article), The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), Saturday 8 January 1842 [Issue No.377] page 4 2019-11-20 19:28 The readerwilli»«ccive by the following,
that the Revd. Mr. Hurst 1ms answered lie
letter addressed to liim by several ol me
he does at the conclustcm of his ; let l-*
which his statement mane in puunc «., ...
to render needless. We decline for ihe
present making any comment on trie as
sertion of the ltcvd. Gentleman, or the
correspondence it has occasions^ :—
To the Editor of the Port Phillip Gaulle.
.eltlcri of this district, published a letter | ad
dressed to me, 1 shall feel greatly obliged by
)0ur publishing, in your next CaxetU. the fol
1 «?' i answer' 1 shall make no remarks upon
the a'ltacks made upon me by your contempo
raries fur I am decidedly of Dr. Ung's opi
nion, I' that it i- the men who have least clia- 1
racier to lose, who are loudest in defence of
! Bunting nulc.Ccclong, Benj. Hi'Bst.
S2ud Dec. 1841.
The reader will perceive by the following,
that the Revd. Mr. Hurst has answered the
letter addressed to him by several of the
he does at the conclustcm of his letter
which his statement made in public seems
to render needless. We decline for the
present making any comment on the as-
sertion of the Revd. Gentleman, or the
correspondence it has occasioned :—
To the Editor of the Port Phillip Gazette.
settlers of this district, published a letter ad-
dressed to me, I shall feel greatly obliged by
your publishing, in your next Gazette. the fol-
lowing answer. I shall make no remarks upon
the attacks made upon me by your contempo
raries for I am decidedly of Dr. Lang's opi
nion, " that it is the men who have least cha-
racter to lose, who are loudest in defence of
that commodity when assailed by others."-I
Bunting Dale, Geelong, Benj. Hurst.
22nd Dec. 1841.
The Life of melbourne (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 25 September 1947 [Issue No.31,534] page 8 2019-11-13 21:43 -» arrived down from Bendigo on
for their wedding. This will take j
South Yarra. i
by the way. is a B Com, having
arrived down from Bendigo on
for their wedding. This will take
South Yarra.
by the way is a B Com, having
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 13 May 1939 [Issue No.28,930] page 8 2019-11-11 22:34 GROV1S- On the 11th May at her n.sl
dencp M ore street Bendigo Mars widow of
the late Gcoitt Groves loved mother of Gertie
(deccosed) Traill and Vera - Rea m pence
UPAI) (Svdney) - Emllv Trances mother
tirwsoN - on the Oth Mis Martha late
HLVrin-On the 12th Mav suddenls at
lljvrrn-On the l*th Mas nt Ballarat
Ivdh Dals (Mis Cinmbcrs Rose (Mrs
Clehnd) Lils ivis Jo insi aid James
Noel the dearls loved onlj ¿on of Horace and
Kvelsn Jenkinson c1 Vernol 308 South street
Ballarat, and loWnir brother of Verna «Mrs
C Chappell) aged 2a sears -Som« time
»el' understand
GROVES- On the 11th May at her resi-
dence Moore street Bendigo Mary widow of
the late George Groves loved mother of Gertie
(deceased) Frank and Vera - Rest in peace
HEAD (Svdney) - Emlly Frances mother
HEWSON - on the Oth Mis Martha late
HEXTER-On the 12th May suddenly at
HEXTER-On the l*th Mas nt Ballarat
Lydia, Daisy (Mrs Chambers) Rose (Mrs
Cleland) Lily ivis Jo insi aid James
Noel the dearls loved only son of Horace and
Evelyn Jenkinson of Vernol 308 South street
Ballarat, and loving brother of Verna (Mrs
C Chappell) aged 25 sears -Some time
we’ll understand
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 13 May 1939 [Issue No.28,930] page 8 2019-11-11 22:27 I RANCIS -On the 12th May Elizabeth Tren
FRANCIS -On the 12th May Elizabeth Tren
Advertising (Advertising), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 26 December 1851 [Issue No.2396] page 4 2019-11-11 20:39 tho hands employed by him, ho is enabled to execute orders to any extent, and to provide every
the hands employed by him, ho is enabled to execute orders to any extent, and to provide every

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