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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,942,757
2 noelwoodhouse 3,981,497
3 NeilHamilton 3,449,163
4 DonnaTelfer 3,400,911
5 Rhonda.M 3,346,028
...
3056 stratfd 8,948
3057 Nemesis1000 8,947
3058 Pollydit 8,940
3059 ozyoatz 8,933
3060 TrishS 8,923
3061 Mbaqer 8,917

8,933 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 500
October 2019 14
July 2019 30
March 2019 53
October 2018 147
September 2018 497
August 2018 161
January 2018 32
December 2017 23
November 2017 1,745
October 2017 2,588
August 2017 29
June 2017 63
March 2017 171
February 2017 63
January 2017 33
September 2016 195
August 2016 18
January 2016 1
June 2015 681
August 2014 2
January 2014 209
November 2013 167
April 2013 64
December 2012 1,333
July 2012 12
June 2012 42
March 2012 60

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,942,555
2 noelwoodhouse 3,981,497
3 NeilHamilton 3,449,034
4 DonnaTelfer 3,400,885
5 Rhonda.M 3,346,015
...
3048 SamHawk 8,954
3049 stratfd 8,948
3050 Pollydit 8,940
3051 ozyoatz 8,933
3052 TrishS 8,923
3053 Mbaqer 8,917

8,933 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 500
October 2019 14
July 2019 30
March 2019 53
October 2018 147
September 2018 497
August 2018 161
January 2018 32
December 2017 23
November 2017 1,745
October 2017 2,588
August 2017 29
June 2017 63
March 2017 171
February 2017 63
January 2017 33
September 2016 195
August 2016 18
January 2016 1
June 2015 681
August 2014 2
January 2014 209
November 2013 167
April 2013 64
December 2012 1,333
July 2012 12
June 2012 42
March 2012 60

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Advertising (Advertising), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 17 October 1911 [Issue No.14,659] page 9 2019-12-10 15:54 HENRY CARIGE,
Advertising (Advertising), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Wednesday 16 March 1910 [Issue No.11,646] page 4 2019-12-10 15:54 sible to cliiii-li.' Henry Cari', Com
tibctor; near '-bridge.
able to clinch.' Henry Carr, Con
tractor; near '-bridge.
Advertising (Advertising), Dalby Herald and Western Queensland Advertiser (Qld. : 1866 - 1879), Saturday 10 August 1867 [Issue No.99] page 1 2019-12-10 15:52 HENRY"CARI'ENTER-SEOKINGTON,_Z
HENRY CARPENTER-SECKINGTON,
BOOKS and BOOKMEN KING ARTHUR'S LAST BEQUEST. "Pray for My Soul." (Article), The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942), Thursday 19 November 1925 [Issue No.1558] page 3 2019-12-10 13:35 Homer' aloud as they walked. Coleridge was
Homer aloud as they walked. Coleridge was
BOOKS and BOOKMEN KING ARTHUR'S LAST BEQUEST. "Pray for My Soul." (Article), The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942), Thursday 19 November 1925 [Issue No.1558] page 3 2019-12-10 13:20 luckily happened to be dtaying at Little
luckily happened to be staying at Little
BOOKS and BOOKMEN KING ARTHUR'S LAST BEQUEST. "Pray for My Soul." (Article), The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942), Thursday 19 November 1925 [Issue No.1558] page 3 2019-12-10 13:19 pleted the rest of the 'Divine Comedy,' lie
pleted the rest of the 'Divine Comedy,' he
BOOKS and BOOKMEN KING ARTHUR'S LAST BEQUEST. "Pray for My Soul." (Article), The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942), Thursday 19 November 1925 [Issue No.1558] page 3 2019-12-10 13:13 Cory's Dante,
Cary's Dante,
* * * *
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 19 June 1860 [Issue No.1,764] page 3 2019-12-10 00:20 paid, to be sold on 4th July, I860. Henry Cari»jsn
paid, to be sold on 4th July, I860. Henry Carpen-
OLD SYDNEY. (Article), Truth (Sydney, NSW : 1894 - 1954), Sunday 22 October 1911 [Issue No.1057] page 12 2019-12-09 22:59 Laqter, kept school, similar to Cape's, at
The Genesis of the Liquor Trade— Enormous Profits-
Prohibition of Importation from India — 'Fortunes
made by the Infamous Traffic ' — Colonel Johnston's
Trade in Spirits— The Colonel Goes Home for a
Court Martial — Spirits Used as a Reward for
the Apprehension of Runaways — Governor
Bligh's Special Mandate— Alexander Berry .
Brings in 22,000 Gallons — Leaky Ships
Numerous— Signs First Used by Pub-
licans — John Reddington, 'a Disaf-
fected Irishman''— The Harp with-
out the Crowm— One Hundred
—Judge Cary.
Continuing the genesis of the liquor
were purchased at from 5/ to 10/ per
had risen to £4 per gallon, and very in-
ferior stuff at that. It was, however,
not the only dear article at that time —
cassioned, I may say, by the loss of the
Sydney putting up the price accordingly.
So serious. had the traffic in liquor be-
come, that the Secretary of State soli-
that country, and the company promised
97-98, 36,000 gallons had been imported
* * *
The exertions of the Governor in the
suppression of the sale of spirits appear
as the law allowed, in Sydney. The offi-
cers of the New South Wales Corps im-
paid little attention to the orders ful-
civil and military, had made fortunes
and other distinguished personages,
advent came the first effort of the colo-
vernor Hunter for permission to pur-
chase, and they named their prices for
semblance of free trade. The Argo, an
American vessel, brought in a full cargo
of intoxicants, chiefly rum and gin. The
was sold immediately from £18 to £20,
tailers to settlers and others with an
* * *
gallon, the price from the ship being
but 10/. There are some interesting par-
Among the passengers by the Buf-
improper price, contempt, and disobe-
objected to be tried by a general court-
for a general court-martial. If unfair
proceedings were suspected in the
members, or that they gave judgment
contrary to evidence, the King's war-
vided against such proceedings, and
this precedent will have the effect of
the officers declining on every occa-
able I shall have to exercise that part
have hitherto been concerned in. But
tain Johnston may be on this account,
(except Governor Hunter and Colonel
of similar transactions, by which the
happens to them.
Captain Johnston was not tried at the
Horse Guards; he was ordered to return
not aware that a court-martial assem-
tice, the Captain appears to have been
made a scapegoat by his brother officers,
in the matter of the importation of
lons of spirits, and 30,896 gallons of
wine, were impirted. Of that quantity
One vessel, the Follensbec, from Ame-
scription of cargo; and the Missouri,
lons of wine being allowed in.
lowed licenses to retailers in Sydney.)
by regular form been outlawed, and
violent acts of depredation, in con-
junction with the natives, on the pub-
lic, The Governor is pleased to offer
to any person or persons who shall
lodge the bodies of the said W — K —
and J — W — in jail, or deliver them
lon of rum. The same authority says:—
discipline was not to be expected. We
come, that, in 1793, it was sold at 6/
for labor, at 5/ and 6/ per quart. One
put could be given.
Bligh arrived with a special mandate
the liquor traffic, and the difficulties
self and his partner at North Shore and
burgh. He had on board 22,000 gallons
had a cargo of spirits.The cargo had
the Harbor. These ships he had pro-
hibited landing spirits, but permitted the
***
'McArthur has issued many licenses for
ing on one side an Highland officer, em-
ary, 1808.' In the house of one John
in large letters, 'Success to Major George
Johnston. May he live for ever, our de-
in the oak on one side, and on the other
is painted, in large characters, 'The ever
memorable 26th January, 1808.'
Of Evans and Reddington as licensees I
better known and secured. When Major
by a showman to excite the laughter of
was Whittle.
been converted to Government purposes;
on board their vessels for their private
trade.
***
is the best proof that I can submit to your
up with the importers; and the quantity
so distributed did not exceed ten gallons
to each person." Between the first of
mentions. But the Lieut-Governor also
told Castlereagh that there were num-
that very large quantities of spirits were
unquestionably smuggled in "by means
0f a class of persons, many of whom
the condition of laborers, have amass' d
daring and unprincipled smuggler and
distiller.
cords," says that, notwithstanding Gover-
thousand gallons of spirits, which have
tunate settlers from Norfolk Island, who,
purchase, were indulged with permission
concerned in shipping concerns, the re-
tary and civil officers in the proportion
quoted enough to show what the traffic
***
An obliging friend sends me the fol-
Henry Carey Dangar, Alexander Oliver,
Fred Want, and William Hurry Abbott
request, took Holy Orders. After his
wife's death, he again went to the Bar,
arms of the Roman Catholic Church in
Judge a few months before his death, be-
eral, in the Robertson Ministry.
of the Rev. H.F. Cary, translator of
in Westminster Abbey. He (Henry Cary)
Oxford, migrated to Sydney in 1851, and
Later, kept school, similar to Cape's, at
uity, then District Court Judge, which
He died in Josephson's Chambers, Phillip-
Avebury, considers the translations of the
as the best extant."
Cary was at St. Mark's, Darling Point,
in 1850.
(To be Continued.)
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 6 December 1884 [Issue No.1274] page 1131 2019-12-09 13:06 LIBERAL GASH ADVANCES
? iiumbersyear byjear, tue advantages of first, selection ^and unBurpassed shipping aad ^re
house awwmmodation contributing largely to this end. ~'.J: '
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LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
numbers year by year, the advantages of first, selection and unsurpassed shipping and ware-
house accommodation contributing largely to this end. ~'.J: '
H.F.CARY ........................... Narrahri : i. J.^HOWEL^ji _ ... .„ .„ „, .^ flpoma

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