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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,767,434
2 NeilHamilton 3,240,061
3 noelwoodhouse 3,232,046
4 John.F.Hall 2,468,420
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
404 JohnMac 94,717
405 Les.Varcoe 94,656
406 Joy.Earnshaw 94,406
407 roboz888 94,271
408 gdthompson156 93,920
409 wilmarlibrary 93,618

94,271 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2017 701
November 2017 796
October 2017 1,783
September 2017 429
August 2017 1,966
July 2017 765
June 2017 21
May 2017 2,499
April 2017 2,387
March 2017 251
February 2017 1,276
January 2017 3,240
December 2016 300
November 2016 1,532
October 2016 3,868
September 2016 1,606
August 2016 1,490
July 2016 596
April 2016 357
March 2016 1,842
February 2016 1,813
January 2016 653
August 2015 1,868
July 2015 2,910
June 2015 3,327
May 2015 1,719
April 2015 3,920
March 2015 14,723
February 2015 1,177
January 2015 14,483
December 2014 13,759
November 2014 5,391
October 2014 823

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,767,381
2 NeilHamilton 3,239,932
3 noelwoodhouse 3,232,046
4 John.F.Hall 2,468,414
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
403 JohnMac 94,717
404 Les.Varcoe 94,568
405 Joy.Earnshaw 94,390
406 roboz888 94,265
407 gdthompson156 93,920
408 wilmarlibrary 93,618

94,265 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2017 701
November 2017 796
October 2017 1,783
September 2017 429
August 2017 1,963
July 2017 765
June 2017 21
May 2017 2,496
April 2017 2,387
March 2017 251
February 2017 1,276
January 2017 3,240
December 2016 300
November 2016 1,532
October 2016 3,868
September 2016 1,606
August 2016 1,490
July 2016 596
April 2016 357
March 2016 1,842
February 2016 1,813
January 2016 653
August 2015 1,868
July 2015 2,910
June 2015 3,327
May 2015 1,719
April 2015 3,920
March 2015 14,723
February 2015 1,177
January 2015 14,483
December 2014 13,759
November 2014 5,391
October 2014 823

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,798
2 mickbrook 99,971
3 murds5 61,555
4 PhilThomas 49,219
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
1398 RichardAmes 6
1399 robertalfredpatterson 6
1400 robkane 6
1401 roboz888 6
1402 RockyHall1 6
1403 straboe1 6

6 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2017 3
May 2017 3


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WOMAN'S WORLD. WEDDING. Goodwin—Stanbridge. (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 28 January 1909 page 2 2017-12-17 17:19 A wedding, very quiet but of Interest to
land, Ballina, by tho Rev. C. H. Woodger,
North Lismore. Among the many gifts re
A wedding, very quiet but of interest to
land, Ballina, by the Rev. C. H. Woodger,
North Lismore. Among the many gifts re-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Friday 6 December 1901 [Issue No.8444] page 8 2017-12-14 12:39 LESSINGTON are invited to attend
HAYES; SAMUEL, GEORGE. WIL-
LIAM, ENIE and ARTHUR GOODWIN
LESSINGTON are invited to attend
HAYES, SAMUEL, GEORGE, WIL-
LIAM, ENIE and ARTHUR GOODWIN,
MEMBERS of the Associated Fire Bri-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 12 December 1938 [Issue No.31,496] page 10 2017-12-14 12:03 GOODWIN.-December 11, 1938, at her residence,
of Parkes, and Mary, aged 59 years.

GOODWIN.—December 11, 1938, at her residence,

RECOVERED MOTHER'S BODY FROM RIVER SYDNEY, Wednesday. (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Wednesday 14 December 1938 [Issue No.6551] page 8 2017-12-14 12:02 His son, William, ran Inside, put on
His son, William, ran inside, put on
RECOVERED MOTHER'S BODY FROM RIVER SYDNEY, Wednesday. (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Wednesday 14 December 1938 [Issue No.6551] page 8 2017-12-14 12:01 River, was told at Campsle to-day at
his wife had suffered from nervous de
was asleep. At 6.35 a.m. she disap
peared. Their homo fronted the river.
River, was told at Campsie to-day at
his wife had suffered from nervous de-
at 2 a.m. and noticed that his wife
was asleep. At 6.35 a.m. she disap-
peared. Their home fronted the river.
CESSNOCK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. JAN. 21. CESSNOCK, Wednesday. (Article), The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), Wednesday 22 January 1919 [Issue No.14,925] page 7 2017-12-14 08:01 TUESDAY. JAN. 21.
O13SSNOCK, Wednesday.
At tho Police Court yesterday, the bench
was occupiod by Mr. €. 1-1. Gale, P.M.
Walter Crosfedale was charged with tres*
passing on the enclosed lands of. Messrs. ili.
mid T. J. Crawford, at Congewai. Mr..\H.
'Crawford told ? the bgnch that defqnda.iit
came on to the property after duckB.17— De-
fendant, who pleaded guilty, was lined- £1,
with 18/ costjs, or 14 days.
, Thomas O'Brien. was charged that, on De-,
coinbor 23; at Abermaiii 'No. 2 colliery, he
did steal halt a bag. of horse feed, valued at
2/G, the property ot 'the- Abermaih Collier
ies Co,, Jjtd. — Mr. Enrlglft appeared, for the
proseeution, and (Mr, ''Waller- for defendant.
Josepl; Plnchen jiroceedcd against Wil
liam Goodwin, for alicged assault, at,
Oessnock, on January ' 7. — Mr. Word
appeared for Pinchen. — Evidence for, the
prosecution was ? to -«Jt,he effect that
defendant ,001110 oiifc of tlie Cossnock Hull,
wliere farmers! prodiico sales wore in pro
gross, and push'ed prosecutor who was
standing near th» door, and afterwards
struck him. Defendant's, story, was that, ho
niorelv placed his hands on pioscoutor's
shouldors, mid turned him half round so as
to makr- room to got out. UuL h« .luul no
intention of insulting him. — Tho I'.M.. said
lio had foni(. to 'tlio conclusion that thoro
was an assault, though, not of a, serious
nature. lie convicted defemdantj who \\fa_s
fined 10/, with .Cl/7/ costs, or 14 days'.
TUESDAY, JAN. 21.
CESSNOCK, Wednesday.
At the Police Court yesterday, the bench
was occupied by Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M.
Walter Crossdale was charged with tres-
passing on the enclosed lands of Messrs. H.
and T. J. Crawford, at Congewai. Mr. H.
Crawford told the bench that defendant
came on to the property after ducks.— De-
fendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined £1,
with 18/ costs, or 14 days.
Thomas O'Brien was charged that, on De-
cember 23, at Abermain No. 2 colliery, he
did steal half a bag of horse feed, valued at
2/6, the property of the Abermain Collier-
ies Co., Ltd.— Mr. Enright appeared for the
prosecution, and Mr. Waller for defendant.
Joseph Pinchen proceeded against Wil-
liam Goodwin, for alleged assault, at
Cessnock, on January 7. — Mr. Ward
prosecution was to the effect that
defendant came out of the Cessnock Hall,
where farmers' produce sales were in pro-
gress, and pushed prosecutor who was
standing near the door, and afterwards
struck him. Defendant's story was that he
merely placed his hands on prosecutor's
shoulders, and turned him half round so as
to make room to get out. But he had no
intention of insulting him.—The P.M. said
he had come to the conclusion that there
was an assault, though not of a serious
nature. He convicted defendant who was
fined 10/, with £1/7/ costs, or 14 days.
BROUGHT ASHORE MOTHER'S BODY (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Wednesday 14 December 1938 [Issue No.9030] page 14 2017-12-14 07:13 donned a swimming costume and re
covered the body of his mother from
Mary Goodwin. 59. of Riverview-
strect, Undercliff.
depression. She disappeared on De
cember 11, In the early morning.
His son, William, put on a swim
donned a swimming costume and re-
covered the body of his mother from
Mary Goodwin, 59, of Riverview-
street, Undercliff.
depression. She disappeared on De-
cember 11, in the early morning.
His son, William, put on a swim-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 14 January 1938 [Issue No.31,212] page 11 2017-12-11 12:53 BROPHEY -mc Relatives and mends of Ml mil
Mrs JAMES BROPHEY Mr and Mr- WM
BROPHEY Mr and Mrs RICHARD BROPHEY
Mrs NELLIE SPFNCER nnd FAMILIES are in
vltcd to attend 'he Funeral of their dearly loved
MOTHER and ORANDMOTHTR Mary Ann Brophey;
to leave our Funeral Home 24 Enmore Road New
town THIS AFTERNOON at J o clock for the
llookyyood Cemetery
Phones L2777 (2 lines!_Newtown

BROPHEY.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and
Mrs JAMES BROPHEY, Mr and Mrs. WM.
BROPHEY, Mr and Mrs RICHARD BROPHEY,
Mrs NELLIE SPENCER and FAMILIES are in-
vited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved
MOTHER and GRANDMOTHER Mary Ann Brophey;
to leave our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, New-
town, THIS AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock for the
Rookwood Cemetery.

Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 21 October 1943 [Issue No.33,017] page 8 2017-12-11 11:32 f_FUNERALS_<
BROPHEY -me Relatives and Friends of
Mr William Brophcv M- and Mrs S
Perrin Mr and Mrs P Perrin Mr and Mrs
A Baker Mrs M Miller Mr and Mrs W
Swords Mr and Mrs C Rich Mr and Mrs
M Perrin Mr and Mrs F D i Be Dat Mr
and Mis H Perrin Mr and Mrs W Perrin
Mr and Mr« O Fletcher Mr and Mrs, J
Traynor Mrs F Trim Mr E Bropiiey
Mr and Mrs M Craltor Mr and Mrs M
Rowl-y and their Families are kindly Invited
Wife and thrlr dear Sister Sister In law and
Aunt Alice Mav Brophey to leave our Private
Chapel 240 Oxford Street Paddington This
Aftei noon at 3 15 o clocl for the Church of
England Cemeteiy Botany Labor Motor
Funerals Limited 240 Oxford Street Pad-
dington Phones LA2777 (4 lines)

BROPHEY.—The Relatives and Friends of
Mr William Brophey, Mr and Mrs S
Perrin, Mr and Mrs P Perrin, Mr and Mrs
A Baker, Mrs M Miller, Mr and Mrs W
Swords, Mr and Mrs C Rich, Mr and Mrs
M Perrin, Mr and Mrs F Du Be-Dat, Mr
and Mrs H Perrin, Mr and Mrs W Perrin,
Mr and Mrs C Fletcher, Mr and Mrs J
Traynor, Mrs F Trim, Mr E Brophey,
Mr and Mrs M Craiter, Mr and Mrs M
Rowley and their Families are kindly invited
Wife and their dear Sister, Sister-in-law and
Aunt ,Alice May Brophey, to leave our Private
Chapel, 240 Oxford Street, Paddington, This
Afternoon, at 3.15 o'clock, for the Church of
England Cemetery, Botany, Labor Motor
Funerals, Limited, 240 Oxford Street, Pad-
dington. Phones LA2777 (4 lines)

Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 30 October 1943 [Issue No.33,025] page 18 2017-12-11 11:25 Mrs ADA TURN1DGE and FAMILY of
Ilr3 STELLA RIPER cf Pymble DAUGH
Mrs ADA TURNIDGE and FAMILY of
Ilr3 STELLA RAPER cf Pymble DAUGH

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