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1 JohnWarren 5,900,278
2 noelwoodhouse 3,959,487
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,897
5 Rhonda.M 3,292,208
...
2662 kjoh6100 10,969
2663 ESlater 10,968
2664 kelvinr 10,966
2665 monzcarro 10,963
2666 Atwork10 10,960
2667 Val.Wilkinson 10,948

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January 2020 695
December 2019 277
November 2019 107
October 2019 52
September 2019 572
August 2019 296
July 2019 449
June 2019 1,177
May 2019 1,073
April 2019 582
March 2019 1,093
February 2019 1,131
January 2019 466
December 2018 227
November 2018 8
October 2018 38
September 2018 444
August 2018 751
July 2018 183
June 2018 143
May 2018 85
April 2018 52
February 2018 139
November 2017 128
October 2017 26
September 2017 39
July 2017 47
June 2017 8
May 2017 264
June 2016 175
July 2015 38
June 2015 78
May 2015 120

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,900,076
2 noelwoodhouse 3,959,487
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,871
5 Rhonda.M 3,292,195
...
2657 kjoh6100 10,969
2658 ESlater 10,968
2659 kelvinr 10,966
2660 monzcarro 10,963
2661 Atwork10 10,960
2662 seangbyrne 10,947

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January 2020 695
December 2019 277
November 2019 107
October 2019 52
September 2019 572
August 2019 296
July 2019 449
June 2019 1,177
May 2019 1,073
April 2019 582
March 2019 1,093
February 2019 1,131
January 2019 466
December 2018 227
November 2018 8
October 2018 38
September 2018 444
August 2018 751
July 2018 183
June 2018 143
May 2018 85
April 2018 52
February 2018 139
November 2017 128
October 2017 26
September 2017 39
July 2017 47
June 2017 8
May 2017 264
June 2016 175
July 2015 38
June 2015 78
May 2015 120

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OBITUARY. Mrs. Mary Jane McLaren. (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Wednesday 8 September 1920 page 2 2020-01-25 15:09 Munro (Dunoon), G. Munro (UkiA, A.
Munro (Steve--King's Plain), three ¥ifeters,
her husband for the Richmond River, in
Munro (Dunoon), G. Munro (Uki) A.
Munro (Steve--King's Plain), three sisters
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 24 August 1877 [Issue No.12,252] page 8 2020-01-25 11:36 DENNI—McDERMID—July 14, at the residence of the bride's
DENNIS—McDERMID—July 14, at the residence of the bride's
Obituary. (Article), The Grafton Argus and Clarence River General Advertiser (NSW : 1874 - 1875; 1879 - 1882; 1888; 1892; 1899 - 1922), Friday 21 October 1910 page 4 2020-01-25 10:31 V
McDeflnid, ofTalmer's Channel. De-

McDermid, of Palmer's Channel. De-
POLICE COURTS. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 25 March 1918 [Issue No.18,778] page 4 2020-01-24 12:41 In the Central Police Court on Sa'urdov.
ihe accused waa reinumlrd to Nambour Per
In the Central Police Court on Saturday,
John Jaenke (50, labourer) was charged that
since March 7, 1918 at Maroochy River, he
deserted his wife, Elizabeth Ann Jaenke. De
The accused waa remanded to Nambour Per
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Thursday 16 February 1911 [Issue No.9898] page 6 2020-01-23 14:05 SMALL.— February 13, at Avondale, Wyde, Timocsij,
youngest son of the late Thomas Small, sen., of Hide
and Clarence Hiver, aged 77 years. At rear.
SMALL.— February 13, at Avondale, Wyde, Timothy,
youngest son of the late Thomas Small, sen., of Ryde
and Clarence River, aged 77 years. At rest.
MACLEAN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 29. (Article), Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889), Saturday 1 September 1877 [Issue No.1267] page 2 2020-01-22 11:19 witness to pieces, ' and all ranters as she was : ' witness
the wharf ; sho was 50 or 60 yards away from Mrs.
Mrs. Murphy outside the houso one day ; she said
she would tear his mother to pieces if sh (defendant)
Abraham Carr was thou charged with the assault
Patrick Murphy remembered Sunday, the fith of
defendant then took him by the arms mid
the buck of the neck and sent him away ; he then went
witness to pieces, 'and all ranters as she was : ' witness
the wharf ; she was 50 or 60 yards away from Mrs.
Mrs. Murphy outside the house one day ; she said
she would tear his mother to pieces if she (defendant)
Abraham Carr was then charged with the assault
Patrick Murphy remembered Sunday, the 5th of
defendant then took him by the arms and
the back of the neck and sent him away ; he then went
Tarred and Feathered. (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Tuesday 11 September 1877 [Issue No.1692] page 3 2020-01-22 11:17 Abraham Onrr, William and Forge Garr
Abraham Carr, William and Forge Carr
Tarred and Feathered. (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Tuesday 11 September 1877 [Issue No.1692] page 3 2020-01-22 10:54 were charged with aBsulting one Patrick
Mr Horno for tho defence, Tho case caused
a great deal of cxcitemont at Bocky Mouth,
calledjwasjthe complainantj(Fatrick Murphy) .
Know defendant. Bemembered 5th
dant's laud, and had been speaking to
hiB daughter. There have been some negotia
tions, Both young people had been willing
to mnrry. William Carr, a young man, came
up to mo first, and struck me on the hoad
next, A few minutes after, ho Btiuuk mo on
the back of the bead, W. Carr had me by
he mm, Ho said, " If you don't leave the
island I'll tukc your lifo." I made no answer.
island I'll get a block and hang yon." Ho
one else came up then. They took mc, one
-n cooli side, down to thoir house niuo or
ren chains awny, This was between 3 and 4
o'c). ck. Defendant called out to Forge to
feathers too, and ponred it on my hoad.
Thoip were only the three; They did not
fendant pnt the tar on my neck, head, and
fendant rubbed them in through tho tar. I
was j held, and could not .move
the i Government-road, and called out to
was ca led out at Mrs. Byan's and the cane-
defendant gave me n pnsh at the back of the
head. Then he wentjto thecane-cntters' to get
the tar of his hands. ' I went to Koneally's
. to get the tar off. MrjKeneally washed the tar
eye was black for a week, By Mr, Horrie :
Keneally is my unole ; he is say nncle by
marriage ; he is married to my annt. I re
member the 31st Jnly, Tnesday. I saw Mr.
Carrj I spoke to him as to his daughter. He
. came to onr honBO on the 5th August. He
the marriage jjshonld not come off. It wbb
abont seven or eight days before this. I
Ho : said to mo to keep away
from! the boys ; he meant his
own.j He never told me 'to keep away from
his premises. I nover offered to give him
writings that I woald not go on to his farm
or near hiB family, I know his daughter
don't think she is fourteen years of age. Bbe
Bhould bo surprised to hear Bhe is only four
teen.: I was Bpeaking to Mr Garr's daughter,
on his ground, jat the end of a row of cane.'.I
say she was willing to marry mo perhaps not
on that day, not on the 5th August, .bat a
week or three or lour days before I got that
notice from Mr, Carr. Mr. Garr did not tell
me not to go on his premises. It was not liko a
attempt to run awaylwhen IJaaw him coming.
I was sitting down for about ton minutes.
away. Mr. Garr came up. I do not remem
yon all the injury you have done me," I do
not remember his saying thnt or any Bimilar
words. I swear I did not say, 1 would not
fight him. I did notrefnse to fight him. I
and feather me uulesB I fought him,
I did not attempt to reeist r, when
I was being tarrod and feathered. It' was no
uso my attempting to resist, I.coald not get
away. Defendant held me by oiie hand, aud .
put the tar on with. the, other.that waa free.
Ho put it all over my face, and then rubbed
red and feathered. MrJ Mellon, f or the def onoe,
snid , that a violent assault has been c'om-
tn it ted oil a young man. in a most cowardly'
wuy. Tho marriage was still looked upon as
possible, The joung man expressed
his. perfect willingness '""to" make
restitution for whnt wrong" ho " had
done, and no man conld say more, or more
fairly than ho had done, Tho young folka
wished to marry, with tho consent of tho
allowed to go' nnpnnishhd wo shall bo re
turning to tho days of Amorican rowdyism.
The Police Mngistrato said : Tho Boaoh nro
of opinion thnt on assault has boon clearly
circumstances, they have decidod upou iu-
flio'.iug a lower penalty than would havo
not sustained much violouoo, though no
doubt for years ho will not hear tho last of
this. Of courso defendant's daughtor will
hear of it too for some timo. The sentonoe
of tho court is that tho defandaut pay a fine
of 20s., lis, 2d, oosts of court, aud £1 Is.
professienal coats.— Graflou Argus.
were charged with assulting one Patrick
Mr Norrie for the defence, The case caused
a great deal of excitemont at Rocky Mouth,
called was the complainant (Patrick Murphy) .
Knew defendant. Remembered 5th
dant's land, and had been speaking to
his daughter. There have been some negotia
tions, both young people had been willing
to marry. William Carr, a young man, came
up to me first, and struck me on the head
next, A few minutes after, he struck me on
the back of the head, W. Carr had me by
the arm, He said, " If you don't leave the
island I'll take your life." I made no answer.
island I'll get a block and hang you." No
one else came up then. They took me, one
on each side, down to their house nine or
ten chains away. This was between 3 and 4
o'clock. Defendant called out to Forge to
feathers too, and poured it on my head.
There were only the three; They did not
fendant put the tar on my neck, head, and
fendant rubbed them in through the tar. I
was held, and could not .move
the Government-road, and called out to
was called out at Mrs. Ryan's and the cane-
defendant gave me a push at the back of the
head. Then he went to the cane-cutters' to get
the tar of his hands. I went to Keneally's
. to get the tar off. Mr Keneally washed the tar
eye was black for a week, By Mr Norrie;
Keneally is my uncle ; he is my uncle by
marriage ; he is married to my aunt. I re
member the 31st July, Tuesday. I saw Mr.
Carr I spoke to him as to his daughter. He
came to our home on the 5th August. He
the marriage should not come off. It was
about seven or eight days before this. I
He said to me to keep away
from the boys ; he meant his
own. He never told me to keep away from
his premises. I never offered to give him
writings that I would not go on to his farm
or near his family, I know his daughter
don't think she is fourteen years of age. She
should be surprised to hear she is only four
teen. I was speaking to Mr Carr's daughter,
on his ground, at the end of a row of cane. I
say she was willing to marry me perhaps not
on that day, not on the 5th August, but a
week or three or four days before I got that
notice from Mr, Carr. Mr. Carr did not tell
me not to go on his premises. It was not like a
attempt to run away when I saw him coming.
I was sitting down for about ten minutes.
away. Mr. Carr came up I do not remem
you all the injury you have done me," I do
not remember his saying that or any similar
words. I swear I did not say, I would not
fight him. I did not refuse to fight him. I
and feather me unless I fought him,
I did not attempt to resist when
I was being tarred and feathered. It was no
use my attempting to resist, I could not get
away. Defendant held me by one hand, and .
put the tar on with the other that was free.
He put it all over my face, and then rubbed
red and feathered. MrJ Mellon, for the defence
said that a violent assault has been com-
mitted on a young man. in a most cowardly
way. The marriage was still looked upon as
possible. The young man expressed
his perfect willingness to make
restitution for what wrong he had
done, and no man conud say more, or more
fairly than he had done, The young folks
wished to marry, with the consent of the
allowed to go unpunished we shall be re
turning to the days of American rowdyism.
The Police Magistrate said : The Bench are
of opinion that an assault has been clearly
circumstances, they have decidod upou in
flicting a lower penalty than would have
not sustained much violence, though no
doubt for years he will not hear the last of
this. Of course defendant's daughter will
hear of it too for some time. The sentence
of the court is that the defandant pay a fine
of 20s., 1ls, 2d, costs of court, and £1 Is.
professienal coats.— Grafton Argus.
MR. CLARENCE McDERMID (Article), Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Thursday 21 June 1951 [Issue No.15,377] page 5 2020-01-22 10:03 MK. CLARENCE MCDERMID
MR. CLARENCE MCDERMID
pital on Sunday at the age of 68
two years ago. He is survived by
eight daughters and four sons.
THIS 'N' THAT (Article), Torres News (Thursday Island, Qld. : 1957-2015), Tuesday 22 April 1980 [Issue No.16] page 14 2020-01-21 13:37 this nv mr I
fin joying a holiday with their daughter- -
and con in law at present are Hr & Mrs.
Fegarty of V/arv/ick. Carmel and Xevin
Cairns 1 returned home last Friday with
Camels parents
THIS 'N' THAT
Enjoying a holiday with their daughter
and son in law at present are Mr & Mrs.
Fogarty of Warwick. Carmel and Kevin
Cairns, returned home last Friday with
Carmels parents

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