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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,140
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,482
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,076
5 Rhonda.M 3,098,878
...
1669 lyndareid 20,508
1670 sheppa 20,506
1671 elizabeth1842 20,491
1672 rossbeattie 20,482
1673 KelvinStuckey 20,481
1674 lynnd 20,478

20,482 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 21
September 2019 1
August 2019 102
May 2019 113
April 2019 38
February 2019 21
September 2018 156
August 2018 319
May 2018 391
February 2018 179
January 2018 32
November 2017 86
October 2017 770
September 2017 524
August 2017 103
July 2017 172
June 2017 98
May 2017 259
April 2017 30
March 2017 6
February 2017 511
January 2017 273
December 2016 71
August 2016 119
July 2016 1,418
June 2016 1,738
May 2016 1,024
April 2016 248
March 2016 98
February 2016 126
January 2016 884
December 2015 46
November 2015 25
October 2015 252
September 2015 453
August 2015 797
July 2015 68
June 2015 405
May 2015 7
April 2015 102
March 2015 26
February 2015 661
January 2015 444
December 2014 195
November 2014 388
October 2014 30
August 2014 258
July 2014 107
June 2014 191
May 2014 144
April 2014 111
March 2014 250
February 2014 268
January 2014 761
September 2013 14
August 2013 93
July 2013 274
June 2013 1,272
May 2013 267
April 2013 251
March 2013 501
February 2013 300
January 2013 156
December 2012 9
July 2012 73
June 2012 77
March 2012 9
February 2012 33
January 2012 132
December 2011 153
November 2011 88
October 2011 2
September 2011 19
August 2011 24
July 2011 147
June 2011 281
May 2011 104
April 2011 42
March 2011 1
December 2010 240

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,785,938
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,482
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,055
5 Rhonda.M 3,098,865
...
1668 KelvinStuckey 20,481
1669 lynnd 20,478
1670 PetaZadow 20,437
1671 rossbeattie 20,437
1672 AmandaShort 20,431
1673 bneee 20,431

20,437 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 21
September 2019 1
August 2019 102
May 2019 113
April 2019 38
February 2019 21
September 2018 156
August 2018 316
May 2018 373
February 2018 179
January 2018 32
November 2017 86
October 2017 761
September 2017 524
August 2017 103
July 2017 172
June 2017 98
May 2017 259
April 2017 30
March 2017 6
February 2017 511
January 2017 273
December 2016 71
August 2016 119
July 2016 1,418
June 2016 1,738
May 2016 1,009
April 2016 248
March 2016 98
February 2016 126
January 2016 884
December 2015 46
November 2015 25
October 2015 252
September 2015 453
August 2015 797
July 2015 68
June 2015 405
May 2015 7
April 2015 102
March 2015 26
February 2015 661
January 2015 444
December 2014 195
November 2014 388
October 2014 30
August 2014 258
July 2014 107
June 2014 191
May 2014 144
April 2014 111
March 2014 250
February 2014 268
January 2014 761
September 2013 14
August 2013 93
July 2013 274
June 2013 1,272
May 2013 267
April 2013 251
March 2013 501
February 2013 300
January 2013 156
December 2012 9
July 2012 73
June 2012 77
March 2012 9
February 2012 33
January 2012 132
December 2011 153
November 2011 88
October 2011 2
September 2011 19
August 2011 24
July 2011 147
June 2011 281
May 2011 104
April 2011 42
March 2011 1
December 2010 240

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 311,929
2 PhilThomas 128,710
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
704 plainbobminimus 45
705 pmassie 45
706 RodneyJMark311 45
707 rossbeattie 45
708 rostodd 45
709 rware 45

45 line(s) corrected.

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August 2018 3
May 2018 18
October 2017 9
May 2016 15


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EDITH (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Thursday 19 November 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 17:55 (From a - Correspondent)
days, have made a wonderful differ
thunder-storms. Many acres of pot
atoes are being sown, v
Shearing has commenced in this dis
The death has occurred of Mr. Jos
eph Batcheldor, a well-known resi
(From a Correspondent)
days, have made a wonderful differ-
thunder-storms. Many acres of pot-
atoes are being sown,
Shearing has commenced in this dis-
The death has occurred of Mr. Jos-
eph Batcheldor, a well-known resi-
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 16 September 1950 page 5 2019-10-16 17:03 Christina Lottie, whom God called i
away September 17, 1D49. i
—Loved and longed for always by Les.
Beatrice, Jack, Shirley Russell, Carol
Christina Lottie, whom God called
away September 17, 1949.
—Loved and longed for always by Les,
Beatrice, Jack, Shirley Russell, Carol,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 19 September 1949 [Issue No.34,865] page 12 2019-10-16 16:53 BONHAM -The Relatives and Friends
BONHAM of Canyon Road Blackheath
arc Invited to attend her Funeral
leave T J Andrews Funeral Chapel
150 Bathurst Road Katoomba This
Day after service commencing at 2 45
T J ANDREWS PTY LTD A F D A
150 Bathurst Road
Katoomba
Phones Kal 603 LA2873 etc
BONHAM.—The Relatives and Friends
BONHAM, of Canyon Road Blackheath
arc Invited to attend her Funeral; to
leave T. J. Andrew's Funeral Chapel,
150 Bathurst Road, Katoomba, This
Day, after service commencing at 2 45
T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD,. A.F.D.A.
150 Bathurst Road,
Katoomba.
Phones: Kat. 603, LA2873, etc.
Mrs. Francis Beston. (Article), The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942), Thursday 9 June 1904 [Issue No.443] page 23 2019-09-04 13:29 Mrs. Francis Beaton.
Mrs. Francis Beston.
PERSONAL. (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Friday 26 May 1939 page 2 2019-08-11 21:29 ?
resided with hf> sister. Miss Elisabeth
ffclls, died In Bathurot on
worker (or the Methodist Church, a
Falls's mother and father also reaided
PERSONAL. Mr. George Nelson Falls, 77, of "Spring Grove," Oberon, a native of
resided with his sister, Miss Elisabeth
Falls, died In Bathurst on
worker for the Methodist Church, a
Falls's mother and father also resided
A Grand Old Pioneer Passes DEATH OF MR. THOMAS HAMILTON. (Article), Western Champion (Parkes, NSW : 1898 - 1934), Thursday 9 August 1928 [Issue No.4] page 8 2019-08-07 15:04 respected pioneers, and by his"passing
there has gone from our midst a ster
ling character, a truly Christian gen
tleman, a generous'and kindly spirit,
Batliurst, was in his eiglity-tliird year
when the dark camel called. " For the
was at the City of the Plains! but lie
and not the least interesting of his re
connected with its pastoral and min
ing activities. To the faculty o^ keen
observation he added a retentive me
to the end, and made the recital of ills
recollections of those earlier, years
Myalls to which he gave the name q£
"Wilgu," and on which ho carried on
wheat and sheep farming until he re
South Purkes, but.'latterly he had
active years, lie had been one of the
the members ol! that body repoSed in
number of the annual ole/ctions for
candidate lie remained sure of a prom
the lute Mr. Hamilton took an active
interest. Ho was one ofvthe stalwart!
of the old Farmers and Graziers' As
antl S.) sharing the burden and heat
ner, the late Thomas. Tbm, Mr. AlberfcT
Genge (still happily with ub); Mrr,
Harry Bransgrove and others. , -
When the Goobang Shlro was ^stab
llslied, under the wider measure of.
in 1906, the lato Mr. Hamilton became
a member of the Temporary. Council,
which held the roins of control during:,
the first six months of the new regime, :
and afterwards was, for three triennial
terms, one of the representatives of .
C. ridiiig, a position in which lie'was
Work for his church always held a. -
warm corner in the deceased gentle- -
man's heart. Ho was. for some time
Committee at Cooks Myalls. And-his
generous impulses, were not confined,
to his own church; lie was dr regular
denominations. . ' ' ' • '
The late Mr. Hamilton was an bm- -
nivorous reader, and when he eventu- -
enjoy the twilight of life In Ills retire
ment in the town, books were the con- ■
stant companions of his waking,
of what he read and his retentive mem
ory provided liim with a store of
knowledge which made his conversa
who were entered on his. list of,friends. .
And almost to the. last lie was in full
A few wholes ago the old gentleman
had an attack of bronchitis and tho
ugh lie rallied from the attack and vir
weakened and a few days ago it be
came evident that the end was ap
were luid to rest in the Methodist sec
tion of the 'Parkes cemetery, in the
Itev. W. B. Roden read the burial ser
vice and tho funeral arrange men 1.h
The late Mr. Ha'niilton is survived
four (laughters, Mrs. tt. Hamilton (Q.)
and the Misses Hamilton, and to tlie
bereaved relatives the deepest sym
tltelr great loss:" "He was a man, take
hinrfor all in all, we "shall uot.look
upon lila like again."
respected pioneers, and by his passing
there has gone from our midst a ster-
ling character, a truly Christian gen-
tleman, a generous and kindly spirit,
Bathurst, was in his eighty-third year
when the dark camel called. For the
was at the City of the Plains, but he
and not the least interesting of his re-
connected with its pastoral and min-
ing activities. To the faculty of keen
observation he added a retentive me-
to the end, and made the recital of his
recollections of those earlier years
Myalls to which he gave the name of
"Wilgu," and on which he carried on
wheat and sheep farming until he re-
South Parkes, but.latterly he had
active years, he had been one of the
the members of that body reposed in
number of the annual elections for
candidate he remained sure of a prom-
the late Mr. Hamilton took an active
interest. He was one of the stalwarts
of the old Farmers and Graziers' As-
and S.) sharing the burden and heat
ner, the late Thomas. Tom, Mr. Albert
Genge (still happily with us); Mr,
Harry Bransgrove and others.
When the Goobang Shlre was estab-
llshed, under the wider measure of.
in 1906, the late Mr. Hamilton became
a member of the Temporary. Council
which held the reins of control during
the first six months of the new regime,
and afterwards was for three triennial
terms, one of the representatives of
C. riding, a position in which he was
Work for his church always held a
warm corner in the deceased gentle-
man's heart. He was for some time
Committee at Cooks Myalls. And his
generous impulses were not confined
to his own church; he was a regular
denominations.
The late Mr. Hamilton was an om-
nivorous reader, and when he eventu-
enjoy the twilight of life in his retire-
ment in the town, books were the con-
stant companions of his waking
of what he read and his retentive mem-
ory provided him with a store of
knowledge which made his conversa-
who were entered on his list of friends.
And almost to the last lie was in full
A few weeks ago the old gentleman
had an attack of bronchitis and tho-
ugh he rallied from the attack and vir-
weakened and a few days ago it be-
came evident that the end was ap-
were laid to rest in the Methodist sec-
tion of the Parkes cemetery, in the
Rev. W. B. Roden read the burial ser-
vice and the funeral arrangemens
The late Mr. Hamilton is survived
four daughters, Mrs. G. Hamilton (Q.)
and the Misses Hamilton, and to the
bereaved relatives the deepest sym-
thelr great loss: "He was a man, take
him for all in all, we shall not.look
upon his like again."
ENGAGEMENTS. (Notices must be signed by both parties.) (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Friday 28 August 1936 [Issue No.15,655] page 9 2019-08-06 15:29 (Notices must be sinned by both parties.)
The engagement is announced of Mar
G. Napier, of Nerrogin, to Ronald, young
(Notices must be signed by both parties.)
The engagement is announced of Mar-
G. Napier, of Nerrogin, to Ronald, young-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 4 June 1926 [Issue No.27,586] page 10 2019-08-05 15:34 land, aged 58 years..
land, aged 53 years..
Family Notices (Family Notices), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 10 June 1926 [Issue No.2,106] page 2 2019-08-05 15:32 James Ernest Falk, younger 6on
of the lat« James Falls, Oberon.
New South Wales, and (beloved father
L)ivesey*s> Siding, Tammin.
James Ernest Falls, younger son
of the late James Falls, Oberon.
New South Wales, and beloved father
Livesey's Siding, Tammin.
Obituary. Mr. J. E. Falls Passes. (Article), Avon Argus and Cunderdin-Meckering-Tammin Mail (WA : 1925 - 1954), Friday 4 June 1926 [Issue No.73] page 3 2019-08-05 15:26 Nr. J. E. Falls Passes.
weU-known and very highly-respected
bad been the scene of his activities
two weeks ago his continued ill-bealth
where it. was found he had contracted
Smith, officiating - at tbe graveside.
Producers Association, M& and Mrs.
G^oEFSimmobds and' daughters, Mr.
and Mrs. Buufield, Mr. and Mrs. Boy
Oyeiif Mr. arid Mts. Ghatfield and
Miss Gregory, Mr and Mrs F. Packbam,
The late Mr.^alls, who -was of a
vcy quiet and retiring disposition,
was borq in New South Wales 53
iqib. Tbe deceased gentleman took
the farmer, and for a time was. secretary
to the local branch of tbe P. A. A,
Mr, T. O. Chambers and went to
Livesey's Siding, wb^re he also owned
Mr. J. E. Falls Passes.
wellknown and very highly-respected
had been the scene of his activities
two weeks ago his continued ill-health
where it was found he had contracted
Smith, officiating at the graveside.
Producers Association, Mr. and Mrs.
Geoff Simmonds and daughters, Mr.
and Mrs. Buttfield, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Dyer, Mr. arid Mrs. Chatfield and
Miss Gregory, Mr and Mrs F. Packham,
The late Mr. Falls, who was of a
very quiet and retiring disposition,
was born in New South Wales 53
1910. The deceased gentleman took
the farmer, and for a time was secretary
to the local branch of the P. A. A,
Mr. T. O. Chambers and went to
Livesey's Siding, where he also owned

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