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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,950,248
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,301
3 NeilHamilton 3,458,133
4 DonnaTelfer 3,405,545
5 Rhonda.M 3,355,365
...
4011 Mullewa8 5,791
4012 gretelloy 5,790
4013 martin.steer 5,788
4014 mrs.mclean 5,786
4015 cjjeffrey 5,780
4016 kvhmumsy13 5,776

5,786 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 29
January 2020 75
December 2019 87
November 2019 31
July 2019 1
June 2019 32
April 2019 20
March 2019 23
November 2018 3
October 2018 6
September 2018 140
August 2018 22
July 2018 37
April 2018 8
March 2018 34
January 2018 34
October 2017 7
June 2017 54
May 2017 26
April 2017 49
March 2017 440
February 2017 1,120
January 2017 1,429
December 2016 1,017
November 2016 603
October 2016 403
February 2016 56

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,950,046
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,301
3 NeilHamilton 3,458,004
4 DonnaTelfer 3,405,519
5 Rhonda.M 3,355,352
...
4005 kaysherring 5,789
4006 martin.steer 5,788
4007 Hanua 5,786
4008 mrs.mclean 5,786
4009 aus.bailey 5,782
4010 cjjeffrey 5,780

5,786 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2020 29
January 2020 75
December 2019 87
November 2019 31
July 2019 1
June 2019 32
April 2019 20
March 2019 23
November 2018 3
October 2018 6
September 2018 140
August 2018 22
July 2018 37
April 2018 8
March 2018 34
January 2018 34
October 2017 7
June 2017 54
May 2017 26
April 2017 49
March 2017 440
February 2017 1,120
January 2017 1,429
December 2016 1,017
November 2016 603
October 2016 403
February 2016 56

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Wedding. CUSACK—DAWES (Article), The Yass Courier (NSW : 1902 - 1929), Monday 6 August 1928 [Issue No.3521] page 2 2020-02-21 12:13 •The former wore blue velvet [
trimmed with grey fur; the lattei
being attired in blue crepe-de-ohenel
Mr Greg. Cusack (brother of the]
bridegroom), was best man. The!
of the bride's mother, only the im-f
mediate friends being present. The!
happy couple left by the 10 o'olockl
train for Sydney, where the honeyl
moon will be spent. The bride'il
handsome fur coat, hat en suitej
Mr and Mrs Stan. Cusaok will ra-'f
•The former wore blue velvet,
trimmed with grey fur; the latter
being attired in blue crepe-de-chene
Mr Greg. Cusack (brother of the
bridegroom), was best man. The
of the bride's mother, only the im-
mediate friends being present. The
happy couple left by the 10 o'olock
train for Sydney, where the honey-
moon will be spent. The bride's
handsome fur coat, hat en suite
Mr and Mrs Stan. Cusack will re-
Wedding. CUSACK—DAWES (Article), The Yass Courier (NSW : 1902 - 1929), Monday 6 August 1928 [Issue No.3521] page 2 2020-02-21 12:11 . OUSAOK—DAWES
A quiet wedding was celebrated tJ
St Augustine's Church, Yass, thiil
morning, the Rev ^ Leonard, P.p 1
officiating, when Mr Stan. CuBack'l
eldest aon of Alderman T. j. Wnd
Cusaob, of Yass, was weddad to Mits]
Alicia Dawes, third youngest daugh>|
ter of the late Mr John Dawes andl
Mrs;Dawes; of "Lorraine," North!
Yass. .The bride, who was givenI
away by her brother, Mr Leo Dawes I
was attired in maise georgette andl
lace. There were two bridesmaidi 1
namely, Miss Eileen Dawes (sister!
of the bride), and Miss Utsul&l
Cusaok {sister of the bridegroom).!
. CUSAOK—DAWES
A quiet wedding was celebrated at
St Augustine's Church, Yass, this
morning, the Rev Fr Leonard, P.P.,
officiating, when Mr Stan. Cusack,
eldest son of Alderman J.J. and Mrs
Cusack, of Yass, was wedded to Miss
Alicia Dawes, third youngest daugh-
ter of the late Mr John Dawes and
Mrs;Dawes; of "Lorraine," North
Yass. .The bride, who was given
away by her brother, Mr Leo Dawes,
was attired in maise georgette and
lace. There were two bridesmaids,
namely, Miss Eileen Dawes (sister
of the bride), and Miss Ursula
Cusack {sister of the bridegroom) ,
PERSONAL (Article), The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954), Thursday 7 September 1950 page 2 2020-01-27 10:41 Ftiends of Mr. J. B. <"'13eit") ,
Ward, of Tullibigeal, wlio has
tier® fil for some time, arc
pleased to learn that he is im
Friends of Mr. J. B. (Bert) ,
Ward, of Tullibigeal, who has
been ill for some time, are
pleased to learn that he is im-
Local and District News. (Article), The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser (West Wyalong, NSW : 1894 - 1895; 1899 - 1906), Friday 4 October 1895 [Issue No.78] page 2 2020-01-24 11:06 MATBiMONiAtiT the Wyalong field j
bids fair to hold its own. On {Sunday j
List Miss T. Unglies and JUr. D.. Lprett, ?
both -of- West- Wyalong were jolnnd for ;
better ' for - worse liy the -Efiv. ???FatUer]
Fogarty at St. Mary's. On Tuesday, at |
Molloy, onlj daughter of M.r. T. Molloy,'
mid Mr. J. Clifton, both of Wyalong..
were the contracting parties. We wiaii ;
each of the ne^ly wedded ones aliappy
and prosperous career. If . rumour is'
events 4o .take place ? . in ihp near
MATRIMONIALLY the Wyalong field
bids fair to hold its own. On Sunday
Last Miss T. Hughes and Mr. D.. Lovett,
both of- West- Wyalong were joined for
better ' or worse by the -Rev. Father
Fogarty at St. Mary's. On Tuesday, at
Molloy, only daughter of Mr. T. Molloy,
and Mr. J. Clifton, both of Wyalong..
were the contracting parties. We wish
each of the newly wedded ones a happy
and prosperous career. If rumour is
events to .take place in ithe near
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 6 March 1942 [Issue No.32,508] page 10 2020-01-22 12:45 HARRISS.-ihe Reauvc ano «Tlenris af
Mr. W E HARRI&o and FAMILY are
Invited to attend Ule- luneral of his beloved
WIFE and their loving MOTHER Ldtth May
Harrt.» to leave «76 Portman Street Zetland
THIS DA/ at 2 p m for Ule Eastern Suburb
Ciematcrlum T J ANDREV S «TD«
".j ¿.nmoie Road Newtown PI cne LA'873 4
HARRISS.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. W E HARRISS and FAMILY are
Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved
WIFE and their loving MOTHER Edith May
Harriss to leave 176 Portman Street Zetland
THIS DAY at 2 p m for tle Eastern Suburb
Crematorium T J ANDREWS A.F.D.A.
25 Enmore Road, Newtown Phone LA2873 4
THE RECENT BURGLARY. (Article), The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881), Wednesday 31 October 1877 page 2 2020-01-20 11:33 DEATH IN THE YASS HOSPITAL.-On Tuend?,?ti
DEATH IN THE YASS HOSPITAL.-On Tuesday a
THE RECENT BURGLARY. (Article), The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881), Wednesday 31 October 1877 page 2 2020-01-20 11:33 young woman named June Umpleby died in, the
hospital from the effviol of an aboasoo on the liver.
of age, and had boon living at Cowra from nwhiic
paloan he came to Yass to her brother. 'iSh8bi?a
hvn nrriounly ill for three woenoe, and died on the
fifth day after her admissaion into the institution.
Her mredical attondant, Dr. Perry, at once pi'r
nounoad her case to bhe hopeless, and to .show th?t
his opinion was not a mistalten one we may mention
that she died within a quarter of on hour of the limo
beyond which he said ahe could not liveo. The
attention it was in her power to bestow upop hor.
Yano Courier.
young woman named Jane Umpleby died in, the
hospital from the effects of an abscess on the liver.
of age, and had been living at Cowra from which
places she came to Yass to her brother.She had
been Seriously ill for three weeks, and died on the
fifth day after her admission into the institution.
Her medical attendant, Dr. Perry, at once pro-
nounced her case to be hopeless, and to .show that
his opinion was not a mistaken one we may mention
that she died within a quarter of on hour of the time
beyond which he said she could not live. The
attention it was in her power to bestow upon her.
Yass Courier.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 2 October 1919 [Issue No.25,504] page 7 2020-01-19 11:51 CARN1 LU-Hie Relatives and friends of the late
Mr WILLIAM OH LEY CARNELL are invited to
attend his luner.il to leave 3UI Belmont street, Alex
.udna IO MORROW (In lav) MORNING, at 8 JO
WOOD COU HI, and COMPAVY, LID
CARNELL - The Relatives and friends of the late
Mr WILLIAM OFFLEY CARNELL are invited to
attend his funeral to leave 36 Belmont street, Alex
andria TO MORROW Friday) MORNING, at 8:30
WOOD COFFILL and COMPANY, LTD
DISTRICT NEWS. NAMBUCCA HEADS. (Article), Nambucca and Bellinger News (NSW : 1911 - 1945), Friday 22 June 1928 [Issue No.1167] page 4 2020-01-13 13:31 lYfv Ponfflf QfAiirni»|. J TV T TTT
wucwan tixiu ivix, vv . ruw-
were -4n a 'attendance at the bedside,
and a beautiful wreath from the H".
large funeral at Newcastle, "on Mon
too 'late. The late Mr. Myers ; wa;i
76 years of -age, and by bis. kindly
and . sp.ortsmanlike ; disppsi'tion, .was
endeared by all who . knew him. ." He
was . head teacher -at the;'. Nambucca
1914 (24 years)/ and . proved him
self an 'admirable teacher, sport and
graph iri the - library,., and - his en
be an everlasting memory. Inci
dentally, I niay ./hention-whilst . he,
deavoring to locate . -a. defect 'iri /the
100 feet or more; beyond a dariiaged
Fiyedock and Nabiae. Jn the cricket-
,/ng world his name was ' universal,
'laving had the honor of being se
lected as /one of .the reps.-, of New
making a tidy score, /his .wicket-keep
ing was excellent, and vhe /clean bowl
ed Mr. Captain /Murdoch. The late
Mr. Myers wasa noted player arid
linger, Macleay -arid Hastings /dis
tricts. As ah all-rouhder he /had
Mr. Reuter Stewart and Mr. W, Pow-
were -in a attendance at the bedside,
and a beautiful wreath from the H.
large funeral at Newcastle, on Mon
too 'late. The late Mr. Myers ; was
76 years of age and by his kindly
and . sportsmanlike disposition was
endeared by all who knew him. He
was head teacher at the Nambucca
1914 (24 years)/ and . proved him-
self an admirable teacher, sport and
graph iri the library and his en
be an everlasting memory. Inci-
dentally, I may mention whilst he
deavoring to locate .a. defect in the
100 feet or more; beyond a damaged
Fiyedock and Nabiac. In the cricket-
ing world his name was universal,
having had the honor of being se
lected as one of .the reps, of New
making a tidy score, his .wicket-keep
ing was excellent, and he /clean bowl
ed Mr. Captain Murdoch. The late
Mr. Myers was a noted player arid
linger, Macleay -and Hastings dis
tricts. As ah all-rounder he /had
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Saturday 13 October 1917 [Issue No.11989] page 8 2020-01-12 13:57 .. ' wood, Xewras'.le. on September dHb lOU b.v bc ;
. Father Costclloe, Stanley .1. MyefL I
(n Alkie, youngest daughter of Mr. J"11- .L \ew.
; Chapman, of -WadhuKt," Raveiirimw Street, New
castle South. <u-«o
wood, Newcastle. on September 24th, 1917 by the Rev
. Father Costelloe, Stanley J. Myers, of Haberfield,
to Albie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Chapman, of "Wadhurst," Ravenshaw Street, New
castle South.

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