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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,738,689
2 noelwoodhouse 3,872,930
3 NeilHamilton 3,412,470
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,980
5 Rhonda.M 3,049,568
...
501 JohnMac 94,717
502 jonstan 94,043
503 cricketman 94,026
504 kmfarley 93,955
505 wilmarlibrary 93,618
506 donhp 93,517

93,955 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 875
August 2019 410
July 2019 542
June 2019 612
May 2019 766
April 2019 2,437
March 2019 675
February 2019 133
January 2019 101
December 2018 55
November 2018 61
October 2018 248
September 2018 616
August 2018 585
July 2018 1,637
June 2018 1,475
May 2018 1,926
April 2018 7,152
March 2018 57
February 2018 184
January 2018 595
December 2017 261
November 2017 150
October 2017 790
September 2017 380
August 2017 138
July 2017 46
May 2017 214
April 2017 1,460
March 2017 245
February 2017 258
January 2017 397
December 2016 61
November 2016 178
October 2016 1,149
September 2016 751
August 2016 923
July 2016 599
June 2016 253
May 2016 381
April 2016 1,742
March 2016 2,295
February 2016 459
January 2016 196
December 2015 1,466
November 2015 930
October 2015 1,028
September 2015 1,032
August 2015 848
July 2015 1,273
June 2015 2,462
May 2015 1,011
April 2015 927
March 2015 1,258
February 2015 1,326
January 2015 727
December 2014 1,023
November 2014 1,543
October 2014 2,048
September 2014 2,785
August 2014 446
July 2014 1,896
June 2014 2,594
May 2014 1,481
April 2014 2,822
March 2014 1,571
February 2014 1,249
January 2014 1,685
December 2013 499
November 2013 4,081
October 2013 1,894
September 2013 6,513
August 2013 1,288
July 2013 1,188
June 2013 105
May 2013 92
April 2013 154
March 2013 218
February 2013 24
January 2013 104
November 2012 90
October 2012 109
September 2012 316
August 2012 980
July 2012 828
June 2012 951
May 2012 1,077
April 2012 265
March 2012 232
February 2012 355
January 2012 152
December 2011 28
September 2011 68
August 2011 170
July 2011 23
June 2011 29
May 2011 190
April 2011 87
March 2011 248
February 2011 164
January 2011 1,534

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,738,505
2 noelwoodhouse 3,872,930
3 NeilHamilton 3,412,341
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,959
5 Rhonda.M 3,049,555
...
500 JohnMac 94,717
501 jonstan 94,043
502 cricketman 94,026
503 kmfarley 93,915
504 wilmarlibrary 93,618
505 donhp 93,517

93,915 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 875
August 2019 410
July 2019 542
June 2019 612
May 2019 766
April 2019 2,429
March 2019 668
February 2019 130
January 2019 101
December 2018 55
November 2018 61
October 2018 248
September 2018 616
August 2018 585
July 2018 1,637
June 2018 1,475
May 2018 1,926
April 2018 7,152
March 2018 57
February 2018 176
January 2018 582
December 2017 261
November 2017 150
October 2017 789
September 2017 380
August 2017 138
July 2017 46
May 2017 214
April 2017 1,460
March 2017 245
February 2017 258
January 2017 397
December 2016 61
November 2016 178
October 2016 1,149
September 2016 751
August 2016 923
July 2016 599
June 2016 253
May 2016 381
April 2016 1,742
March 2016 2,295
February 2016 459
January 2016 196
December 2015 1,466
November 2015 930
October 2015 1,028
September 2015 1,032
August 2015 848
July 2015 1,273
June 2015 2,462
May 2015 1,011
April 2015 927
March 2015 1,258
February 2015 1,326
January 2015 727
December 2014 1,023
November 2014 1,543
October 2014 2,048
September 2014 2,785
August 2014 446
July 2014 1,896
June 2014 2,594
May 2014 1,481
April 2014 2,822
March 2014 1,571
February 2014 1,249
January 2014 1,685
December 2013 499
November 2013 4,081
October 2013 1,894
September 2013 6,513
August 2013 1,288
July 2013 1,188
June 2013 105
May 2013 92
April 2013 154
March 2013 218
February 2013 24
January 2013 104
November 2012 90
October 2012 109
September 2012 316
August 2012 980
July 2012 828
June 2012 951
May 2012 1,077
April 2012 265
March 2012 232
February 2012 355
January 2012 152
December 2011 28
September 2011 68
August 2011 170
July 2011 23
June 2011 29
May 2011 190
April 2011 87
March 2011 248
February 2011 164
January 2011 1,534

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 304,098
2 PhilThomas 121,802
3 mickbrook 106,463
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 46,799
...
734 francesmball 40
735 GGordon3966 40
736 jwaller 40
737 kmfarley 40
738 kwilsonau 40
739 LeeTAS 40

40 line(s) corrected.

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April 2019 8
March 2019 7
February 2019 3
February 2018 8
January 2018 13
October 2017 1


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Pointed Pars. (Article), Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Tuesday 31 October 1905 [Issue No.1506] page 3 2019-09-12 16:43 Trenton was tho sire ot 400 winnors.
Mr Jaoob Gorrick, an old Ma'tland
The platypus ia to bo protected for
7 yoars
Good grata is reported from Port
Stephens side. ?
It will not be tbe Kaiser William's
Mr Qugb O'Den, an old resident of
tbe Lower Hunter, died on Tuesday,
'aged 67. He was of an inteil«otual
tupn and highly ruepeoted.
putt), whose husband was formerly
bank manager at Muswellbro&k, died
Trenton was the sire ot 400 winners.
Mr Jacob Gorrick, an old Maitland
The platypus ia to be protected for
7 years
Good grass is reported from Port
Stephens side.
It will not be the Kaiser William's
Mr Hugh O'Dea, an old resident of
the Lower Hunter, died on Tuesday,
aged 67. He was of an intellectual
tutn and highly respected.
peth, whose husband was formerly
bank manager at Muswellbrook, died
Pointed Pars. (Article), Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Tuesday 31 October 1905 [Issue No.1506] page 3 2019-09-12 16:38 A ? man named Jacob Hough has
been admitted' into tbe Msit'aod
George and' Artie Towns, accom
panied by Staubury and Joe Anderson,
A man named Jacob Hough has
been admitted into the Maitland
George and Artie Towns, accom
panied by Stanbury and Joe Anderson,
PERSONAL. (Article), Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Friday 23 September 1932 page 4 2019-09-12 16:36 ,i News reached Tea Gardens last
week of the sudden illness of Mr. Jim
Hough, of 'Killarney.'
Mr. Jesse Motiim, of Tea Gardens,
. Master Theo. White, who was again
taken to Newcastle for medical ob
Newcastle Hosnital. is beine treated
News reached Tea Gardens last
week of the sudden illness of Mr. Jim
Hough, of "Killarney."
Mr. Jesse Motum, of Tea Gardens,
Master Theo. White, who was again
taken to Newcastle for medical ob--
Newcastle Hosnital. is being treated
OBITUARY John Kenneth Mackay (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 23 February 1937 [Issue No.2980] page 4 2019-09-12 16:33 John Kenneth Mackay :
John Kenneth Mackay
OBITUARY John Kenneth Mackay (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 23 February 1937 [Issue No.2980] page 4 2019-09-12 16:33 During his earlier years, he travelled
the back parts of this State and of
Queensland, acquiring a great know
During his earlier years, he travel-
led the back parts of this State and of
Queensland, acquiring a great know-
OBITUARY John Kenneth Mackay (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 23 February 1937 [Issue No.2980] page 4 2019-09-12 16:32 The subject of this notice came to 'Cangon'
in 1919 from 'Pullaming' station, Gunnedah,
following the death of his mother.
His many and varied interests precluded him
from taking an active part in public affairs,
and with his retiring disposition, he helped
unostentatious way. Mrs. Mackay,however,
has ever been prominent in Church and
charitable affairs and in the public welfare
generally.
The, late Mr. Mackay was educated
at Mr. Skillman's school, Booral, and at Dr
David Sly's college in Sydney.
He matriculated and entered St. Andrew's
College within the University and studied
medicine. After some year's ;he forsook
the profession, the call of the land being too
great.
Many years were spent in the Walgett
district but in between times the late Mr.
Mackay travelled abroad visiting the Continent
England and America.
In all he made three trips.
Partridge of Nymett, Devonshire, '
issue to the union and they 'adopted;
and two adopted sons from their infancy
Messrs . J. Kenneth and Robert T., of Cangon
nephews,
Messrs W. H, Jnr., of 'Tinagroo,' F.
J. of Merrimuka, Scone-; nieces, Mrs.
Walker (Sydney) and Mrs. R. Turnbull
(Melbourne). As previously
The late Mr. Mackay was a student of human
nature and a keen judge of his fellowman.
He was most unselfish and his sympathy
and warmth of heart endeared him to all.
his acts of kindness were innumerable.
His employees were deeply attached to
him and even the most hardened bushmen
were visibly affected at the funeral.
He had a unique record in that he had never
dismissed an employee.
Some of his men had spent their lifetime in
his service.
'Cooplacurripa' station has had only
Beef and wool were principal factors
in his business whilst horse breeding was
a favourite hobby. He was an expert on breeding
few men having a more thorough
knowledge of that subject.
Amongst his stallions were Bean Soult,
Orby Anthus, Aluced, Misty, Richard
and Nurwarra Eliya.
He also bred from Saladin and Kars, well-
known Arab horses. Many of the racing
progeny proved useful
Bonnie Gag who won a 'double' in India last week
Scotch terriers, a line of breeding which he
maintained for 45 years. His love for animals
and birds was great.
Williams and the Allyn in order to preserve
for posterity some of the original jungle brush
which is disappearing so quickly.
An area of 2000 acres has now been set aside
at the head of the Williams river for that
of humanity and his quiet sense of humour.
So gentle of nature and with such a love for
his fellow man, he could only see the good
that was in them.
A verse which he often quoted, illustrated that
beautiful trait in his character:
Boys flying kites haul in their white
One could truly say that he was
full of the milk of human kindness.'
debt of gratitude to the late Mr. Mackay
He permitted the construction of the golf links'
and the polo ground on his property and
he himself built the track for the race club.
Members of these bodies used their
respective grounds without hindrance

The subject of this notice came to
in 1919 from "Pullaming"
station, Gunnedah, following the death
of his mother. His many and varied
interests precluded him from taking
with his retiring disposition, he help-
however, has ever been prominent in
Church and charitable affairs and in
the public welfare generally.
The late Mr. Mackay was educated
at Dr. David Sly's college
in Sydney. He matriculated
and entered St. Andrew's Col-
lege within the University and stu-
died medicine. After some year's he
forsook the profession, the call of the
gland being too great.
Many years were spent in the Wal-
gett district but in between times the
late Mr. Mackay travelled abroad
visiting the Continent, England and
America. In all he made three trips.
Partridge of Nymett, Devonshire,
issue to the union and they adopted
and two adopted sons from their in-
fancy Messrs . J. Kenneth and
Robert T., of "Cangon;" nephews,
Messrs W. H, Jnr., of "Tinagroo," F.
J. of Merrimuka, Scone; nieces, Mrs.
Walker (Sydney) and Mrs. R. Turn-
bull (Melbourne). As previously
The late Mr. Mackay was a stu-
dent of human nature and a keen
judge of his fellowman. He was most unselfish
and his sympathy and
his acts of kindness were innumer-
able. His employees were deeply at-
tached to him and even the most har-
dened bushmen were visibly affected
at the funeral. He had a unique re-
cord in that he had never dismissed
an employee. Some of his men had
spent their lifetime in his service.
"Cooplacurripa" station has had only
Beef and wool were principal fac-
tors in his business whilst horse breed-
ing was a favourite hobby. He was
an expert on breeding, few men hav-
ing a more thorough knowledge
of that subject. Amongst his stallions
were Bean Soult, Orby Anthus, Alur-
ed, Misty, Richard and Nurwarra
Eliya. He also bred from Saladin and
of the racing progeny proved useful
which he maintained for 45 years. His
love for animals and birds was great.
preserve for posterity some of the
original jungle brush which is disap-
pearing so quickly. An area of 2000
acres has now been set aside at the
humour. So gentle of nature and
with such a love for his fellow man,
he could only see the good that was
in them.. A verse which he often
quoted illustrated that beautiful trait
Boys flying kites haul in their white-
One could truly say that he "was
full of the milk of human kindness."
debt of gratitude to the late Mr. Mac-
kay. He permitted the construction
of the golf links and the polo ground
on his property and he himself built
the track for the race club. Members
of these bodies used their respective
grounds without hindrance.
OBITUARY John Kenneth Mackay (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 23 February 1937 [Issue No.2980] page 4 2019-09-12 16:06 'tribute to a man of noble character.
The name Mackay is known through
out Australia and her welfare and progress
have been closely linked with the pioneering
development carried out by various members
f the family.
Deceased's father, John Kenneth Mackay
Senior, was born on Prince Edward Island
in 1828, his father being a native; of Sutherland
in the far north west of Scotland.
In 1859 the family came to this State,
settling at 'Melbee,' adjoining 'Cangon.'
His brothers were George Senior (late of
Hooke and Mrs. G. J. Cobb (all deceased).
After spending some time in Queensland
with, his brothers, he returned to this State
at the time of the gold fever, and on the death
of his father in 1851 became proprietor
of 'Cangon.' A great traveller, he visited
Japan, England ; and the Continent.
In 1856 Mr. Mackay, Senior, married
child; born in Dungog district. She
first saw the light of day at Wirra- Gulla
within a mile of where she lived, and died
on 26th April 1919 at the age of 84.
Her kindly nature and sweet disposition
endeared her to all.
Mr. J. K. MackaySenior, died on April 19,
1909; honored, and loved throughout the
State. There were two sons, John Kenneth
whose death has just taken place,
and Mr. W. H. Mackay, of Sydney.
tribute to a man of noble character.
The name Mackay is known through-
out Australia and her welfare and pro-
gress have been closely linked with
the pioneering development carried
out by various members of the fam-
Deceased's father, John Kenneth Mac-
kay Snr., was born on Prince Edward
Island in 1828, his father being a na-
tive of Sutherland in the far north
west of Scotland. In 1859 the fam-
ily came to this State, settling at
'Melbee," adjoining "Cangon." His
Hooke and Mrs. G. J. Cobb (all de-
ceased). After spending some time in
Queensland with his brothers, he re-
turned to this State at the time of
the gold fever, and on the death of
of "Cangon." A great traveller, he
visited Japan, England and the Con-
In 1856 Mr. Mackay, Snr., married
child born in Dungog district. She
at Wirra Gulla within a
and died on 26th April 1919 at the age of
84. Her kindly nature and sweet dis-
position endeared her to all.
Mr. J. K. Mackay, Snr., died on
April 19, 1909; honored, and loved
throughout the State. There were
two sons, John Kenneth whose death
has just taken place, and Mr. W. H.
OBITUARY John Kenneth Mackay (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 23 February 1937 [Issue No.2980] page 4 2019-09-12 15:58 John Kenneth Mackay, of 'Cangon, Dungog.
Aged 79 years and 8 months, his health had
been gradually failing, but the end came
unexpectedly on Wednesday night, as briefly
f the family.
In 1859 the family came to this State,
His brothers were George Senior (late of
endeared her to all.
State. There were two sons, John Kenneth
and Mr. W. H. Mackay, of Sydney.
from taking an active part in public affairs,
He matriculated and entered St. Andrew's
Many years were spent in the Walgett
In all he made three trips.
his service.
knowledge of that subject.
and Nurwarra Eliya.
gallopers such as Piaform, Boonerai;
Bonnie Gag who won a 'double' in India last week
Williams and the Allyn in order to preserve
An area of 2000 acres has now been set aside
John Kenneth Mackay, of "Cangon,"
Dungog. Aged 79 years and 8 months,
Wednesday night, as briefly mentio-
f the family.
In 1859 the family came to this State,
His brothers were George Senior (late of
endeared her to all.
State. There were two sons, John Kenneth
and Mr. W. H. Mackay, of Sydney.
from taking an active part in public affairs,
He matriculated and entered St. Andrew's
Many years were spent in the Walgett
In all he made three trips.
his service.
knowledge of that subject.
and Nurwarra Eliya.
gallopers such as Piaform, Boonerai;
Bonnie Gag who won a 'double' in India last week
Williams and the Allyn in order to preserve
An area of 2000 acres has now been set aside
OBITUARY MR. W. HOUGH (Article), Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser (NSW : 1912 - 1955), Thursday 29 September 1938 page 3 2019-09-12 15:53 unexpectedly. Mr- Hough had been iu
?many years owned Viney Creek station,
on tho Tea Gardens — Ivaruah road, and
followed tho occupation of a grazier.
(Soiiiu 'fifteen (years ago; he jsold his
station and went to reside in Tea Gar
dens. From Tea Gardens ho eventually
went to Stockton His death removes
one who was highly esteemed by aU who
knew him. His actions were 1 always
duo- He had no enemies, but a host ot
:a,ctivo public man, but at the same fcinw
he always lent hig help to every move
.district or his neighbour His brothers
?surviving him are: Mr. Jacob Hough, Kil
vJtuaco ani Mrs -Lynch, of Newnnstfe
te- 1 with the Port .Stephens and Raymond
.TcrraPe districts from tho pioneering
; stage, and those areas have profited by
(lie type of resident they represented as
. they used their energies 'in developmental
'early pioneering work when conditions
required the best that was in meni to over
^towards, making- things better — a good deal
./iii's . many: good actions will long remain
-in: the memory of those who enjoyed his
friendly aid: and advice. The funeral
waty; 'Jvn-gcliy attended to the jStockto'n
cemetery, .oil': Thursday, when, the Rev.
body, being/.interred in the 11. C. portion of
the,; cemetery.;; The family surviving him,
in;; ? addition, ;.to .-.-Mrs , Hough, is Messrs .
John, (Tea Gardens) : Wjlliam, (Cardiff) :
Nevill c,:,: , ( Sto.cktont) , : - Mrs- Thui-low, (Tea
Gardens) and , Miss M. Hough,
unexpectedly. Mr Hough had been in
many years owned Viney Creek station,
on the Tea Gardens—Karuah road, and
followed the occupation of a grazier.
Some fifteen years ago he sold his
station and went to reside in Tea Gar-
dens. From Tea Gardens he eventually
went to Stockton. His death removes
one who was highly esteemed by all who
knew him. His actions were always
due. He had no enemies, but a host ot
active public man, but at the same time
he always lent his help to every move
district or his neighbour His brothers
surviving him are: Mr. Jacob Hough, Kil-
Terrace and Mrs Lynch, of Newcastle
are sisters. The family has been associa-
ted with the Port Stephens and Raymond
Terrace districts from the pioneering
stage, and those areas have profited by
the type of resident they represented as
they used their energies in developmental
early pioneering work when conditions
required the best that was in men to over
his many good actions will long remain
in the memory of those who enjoyed his
friendly aid and advice. The funeral
was largely attended to the Stockton
cemetery, on Thursday, when the Rev.
body being interred in the R. C. portion of
the cemetery. The family surviving him,
in addition to Mrs. Hough, is Messrs.
John, (Tea Gardens) : William, (Cardiff) :
Neville, ( Sto.cktont) : Mrs Thutlow, (Tea
Gardens) and Miss M. Hough,
THE LATE MRS. FEENEY. (Article), Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Friday 29 July 1932 page 4 2019-09-12 15:46 There passed away at Raymond Ter
late husband, John Feeney, the deceas
shown -by the large funeral which fol
There passed away at Raymond Ter-
late husband, John Feeney, the deceas-
shown by the large funeral which fol-

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