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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,942,024
2 noelwoodhouse 3,980,865
3 NeilHamilton 3,448,826
4 DonnaTelfer 3,400,140
5 Rhonda.M 3,343,386
...
2971 infofamily 9,338
2972 Michael 9,337
2973 Alox 9,334
2974 marhleet 9,333
2975 ChrisBryce 9,325
2976 mgtuite 9,319

9,333 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 24
January 2020 55
December 2019 17
November 2019 65
October 2019 74
September 2019 43
August 2019 47
July 2019 28
June 2019 37
May 2019 173
April 2019 405
March 2019 326
February 2019 165
January 2019 213
December 2018 249
November 2018 174
October 2018 191
September 2018 72
August 2018 65
July 2018 48
June 2018 23
May 2018 7
March 2018 34
February 2018 94
January 2018 67
December 2017 27
November 2017 31
October 2017 133
September 2017 52
August 2017 45
July 2017 70
June 2017 71
May 2017 131
April 2017 200
March 2017 93
February 2017 24
January 2017 47
December 2016 231
November 2016 472
October 2016 208
September 2016 87
August 2016 77
July 2016 74
June 2016 211
May 2016 113
April 2016 170
March 2016 494
February 2016 44
December 2015 1
November 2015 2
September 2015 320
August 2015 101
July 2015 11
June 2015 9
May 2015 16
April 2015 41
March 2015 38
February 2015 2
August 2014 47
July 2014 115
June 2014 102
May 2014 17
April 2014 78
February 2014 21
January 2014 67
December 2013 9
July 2013 8
June 2013 51
May 2012 241
April 2012 352
March 2012 947
January 2012 36
December 2011 65
September 2010 48
July 2010 111
June 2010 38
May 2010 622
March 2010 16

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,941,822
2 noelwoodhouse 3,980,865
3 NeilHamilton 3,448,697
4 DonnaTelfer 3,400,114
5 Rhonda.M 3,343,373
...
2974 jmgdd 9,248
2975 kjv36 9,244
2976 BethPerry 9,240
2977 marhleet 9,240
2978 WendyBenoit 9,235
2979 coltherese60 9,223

9,240 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 24
January 2020 54
December 2019 17
November 2019 65
October 2019 74
September 2019 43
August 2019 47
July 2019 28
June 2019 37
May 2019 173
April 2019 405
March 2019 326
February 2019 165
January 2019 213
December 2018 249
November 2018 169
October 2018 186
September 2018 53
August 2018 65
July 2018 48
June 2018 18
May 2018 7
March 2018 27
February 2018 94
January 2018 67
December 2017 27
November 2017 31
October 2017 123
September 2017 52
August 2017 45
July 2017 70
June 2017 71
May 2017 131
April 2017 194
March 2017 93
February 2017 17
January 2017 47
December 2016 231
November 2016 472
October 2016 208
September 2016 87
August 2016 77
July 2016 71
June 2016 186
May 2016 113
April 2016 170
March 2016 494
February 2016 44
December 2015 1
November 2015 2
September 2015 320
August 2015 101
July 2015 11
June 2015 9
May 2015 16
April 2015 41
March 2015 38
February 2015 2
August 2014 47
July 2014 115
June 2014 102
May 2014 17
April 2014 78
February 2014 21
January 2014 67
December 2013 9
July 2013 8
June 2013 51
May 2012 241
April 2012 352
March 2012 947
January 2012 36
December 2011 65
September 2010 48
July 2010 111
June 2010 38
May 2010 622
March 2010 16

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 353,969
2 GeoffMMutton 152,480
3 PhilThomas 143,873
4 mickbrook 114,419
5 murds5 61,555
...
422 MargaretBarnas 94
423 dedeemay 93
424 LLawes 93
425 marhleet 93
426 Osiris 93
427 TonyMc 93

93 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 1
November 2018 5
October 2018 5
September 2018 19
June 2018 5
March 2018 7
October 2017 10
April 2017 6
February 2017 7
July 2016 3
June 2016 25


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Friday 4 August 1911 [Issue No.10043] page 12 2020-02-20 15:53 '-j-JCr'! - Funerals. I
I -/TDAST.VDIA.— The Funeral of the late Miss KLIBA-
irN-AM PLI NO.— Tli o Funeral of the late Mrs. CAROLINE
Sfc/AMPLlNa—lTie Friends of Mr. and Alra. GEORGE
Itf&ilOAVNE.— The Funeral of the late Mrs. MAIlY'ANJf
Si'THvUCKWORTH.— The Relatives and Friends of the lato
'TVUDUBY.— The l-Ylends of Air. r. MT DUDLFY are
fejhUBSONb— ' The Friends of Mr. ana Mrs. JAMES T.
SrnAUVEY.— 1 The Friends of Mr. J. F. HARVEY arc in-
%fi-TARVEY.— The Friends of Mr. G. A. HARVEY and
YNES.-'. The Friends of the Family of the late
cSti-TYNES.— The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN
Friends of Mr. ANDREW McGRATH
ai'O kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late
ffch 'k'HEILL.— The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
'®f\"720SS.— The Funeral of tho late Mr. HOULTOX IIAtt-
VARIES TOSS will leave our lmcral Parlors, 10 Gas-
aty, THIS (FRIDAY) MORNING, -at 0
7-jy o'clock, for Central Railway Station. cn route to Picton,
f or-i interment. Mrs. P. KIRBY and SOK, Ltd., Funeral
STRitctbrs. 7 Elizabctb-st.. Cfity. Tel., 875 Central.
i\TI73NGRAVE.— The Friends of the late Mr. THOMAS
Funerals.
BASTABLE.— The Funeral of the late Miss KLIBA-
CAMPLING.— Tli o Funeral of the late Mrs. CAROLINE
CAMPLlNG—lTie Friends of Mr. and Alra. GEORGE
CHOWNE.— The Funeral of the late Mrs. MAIlY'ANJf
DUCKWORTH.— The Relatives and Friends of the lato
DUDLEY.— The l-Ylends of Air. r. MT DUDLFY are
GIBSON.— ' The Friends of Mr. ana Mrs. JAMES T.
HARVEY.— 1 The Friends of Mr. J. F. HARVEY arc in-
HARVEY.— The Friends of Mr. G. A. HARVEY and
HYNES.— The Friends of the Family of the late
HYNES.— The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN
McGRATH.— The Friends of Mr. ANDREW McGRATH
ai'O kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late
O'NEILL.— The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
VOSS.— The Funeral of the late Mr. HOULTON HAR-
RIES VOSS will leave our Funeral Parlors, 10 Cas-
tlereagh-st., City, THIS (FRIDAY) MORNING, at 9
o'clock, for Central Railway Station. en route to Picton,
for iinterment. Mrs. P. KIRBY and SON, Ltd., Funeral
Directors. 7 Elizabeth-st.. City. Tel., 875 Central.
WINGRAVE.— The Friends of the late Mr. THOMAS
TOWN TALK (Article), The Blue Mountain Echo (NSW : 1909 - 1928), Friday 13 February 1925 [Issue No.1827] page 4 2020-02-11 14:23 liullnburra railway station will bo
opened for tralllc on Monday next.
Bullaburra railway station will be
opened for traffic on Monday next.
Cyclonic Disturbance THE CYCLONE AT WEROMBI GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. (Article), Camden News (NSW : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 8 January 1903 page 1 2020-01-28 20:07 y ~ teE CYCLONE AT WEEOMBI;
g|;»;;..,vV. ? - '
GAEir Destruction of Peopbrty.
'Werombi IaatSnnday afternoon made resi
THE CYCLONE AT WEROMBI;
---
Great Destruction of Property.
Werombi Iast Sunday afternoon made resi
Local Brevities (Article), Nepean Times (Penrith, NSW : 1882 - 1962), Saturday 16 May 1903 [Issue No.1093] page 3 2020-01-28 20:04 Church of England at G-reendale, and
Church of England at Greendale, and
A DESTRUCTIVE STORM AT CAMDEN. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Tuesday 6 January 1903 [Issue No.7357] page 6 2020-01-28 19:59 iV DESTtttiCTIVE STORM AT-
j . . , CAMDEN.
1 CA$ipj3!r,.- Monday. — A thunderstorm passed
bver the district on Sunday afternoon. Although,
!.: of short duration, it caused much devastation.
From Werombi to Grccndalo the storm was most
homestead, occupied by Joseph Mills, was de
, furniture was mostly destroyed. Miles of fencing
i woro swept away, and trees wore uprooted in
all directions. Mr. Itutler, I'rimrose-hill, Cob-
hltx.'/.vas one of the heaviest losers. He esti
_ separator being destroyed, and a portion of tho
and fire-balls ..were- observed to fall near the
; Intersection of Argyio ahd' John streets.
A DESTRUCTIVE STORM AT
CAMDEN.
CAMDEN, Monday. — A thunderstorm passed
over the district on Sunday afternoon. Although,
of short duration, it caused much devastation.
From Werombi to Greendala the storm was most
homestead, occupied by Joseph Mills, was de-
furniture was mostly destroyed. Miles of fencing
were swept away, and trees were uprooted in
all directions. Mr. Rutler, Primrose-hill, Cob-
blty, was one of the heaviest losers. He esti-
separator being destroyed, and a portion of the
and fire-balls were observed to fall near the
intersection of Argyle and John streets.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 18 February 1847 [Issue No.3043] page 4 2020-01-27 09:26 MR. DAY'8 RESIDENCE, AND DR. CROFT'»
MR. DAY'8 RESIDENCE, AND DR. CROFT'S
PARLIAMENTARY ENQUIRIES. (From the Empire.) (Article), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Thursday 4 July 1861 [Issue No.2047] page 2 2020-01-26 20:20 CASK or Da. CKOKT-Amongst the Parliamentary
panuni reoently published is one lolutivo to the case ol
Dr. Jonathou Oiott, formerly " purveyor and apothecary
for the militar) ehest and ooiiviot department" Ur
Croft's caso was brought before the Asstmbly by Mr
Blake, and on bis motion, " copies of all correspondance
between the looal and Imperial Governments, together
[ «1th all papers in the offices of the several departments
Jonathan Croft," were ordered to be "printed. Dr.
land. The correspondence arising out of this olaim was
CASE of Dr. CROFT-Amongst the Parliamentary
papers recently published is one relative to the case of
Dr. Jonathon (sic) Croft, formerly " purveyor and apothecary
for the military chest and convict department" Dr
Croft's case was brought before the Assembly by Mr
Blake, and on his motion, " copies of all correspondance
between the local and Imperial Governments, together
with all papers in the offices of the several departments
Jonathan Croft," were ordered to be printed. Dr.
land. The correspondence arising out of this claim was
TITLE DEEDS. (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Tuesday 21 February 1854 [Issue No.23] page 390 2020-01-26 19:19 Jonathan (jXpft, 119 acres, ditto, lot 62.
39. Jonathan Croft, 119 acres, ditto, lot 62.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Thursday 3 March 1927 [Issue No.14,736] page 4 2020-01-20 17:47 ARCHINAL,— March 1st, 1027. at Ms |M rente resi
dence, "Beatrice," 34 Carlton Cres-.vut, Summer Hill,
Stanley Rotbwcll (Digger), dearly Icved son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley H. Archlnal ; agct. 6 years and 11
mouths.
ARCHINAL,— March 1st, 1927. at his parents resi-
dence, "Beatrice," 34 Carlton Crescent, Summer Hill,
Stanley Rothwell (Digger), dearly Ioved son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley H. Archlnal ; aged. 6 years and 11
months.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 28 December 1945 [Issue No.33,701] page 10 2020-01-19 20:49 B. Dearin, of Kareela Road Cremorne be-

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