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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,852,981
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,372,336
5 Rhonda.M 3,194,756
...
8213 integlan 1,688
8214 emesar 1,687
8215 Jannymac1920 1,687
8216 samuelsen 1,687
8217 suem53 1,687
8218 faytc 1,686

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November 2019 6
October 2019 120
September 2019 18
July 2019 125
June 2019 130
May 2019 40
April 2019 137
March 2019 11
February 2019 20
January 2019 338
October 2018 439
September 2018 40
May 2018 38
April 2018 218
June 2017 7

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,852,779
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,372,315
5 Rhonda.M 3,194,743
...
8334 carolynm4 1,638
8335 pomoboho 1,638
8336 baiversen 1,637
8337 samuelsen 1,637
8338 Eyks 1,636
8339 HoneyRose 1,636

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Corrections by month

November 2019 6
October 2019 120
September 2019 18
July 2019 96
June 2019 124
May 2019 40
April 2019 137
March 2019 11
February 2019 14
January 2019 329
October 2018 439
September 2018 40
May 2018 38
April 2018 218
June 2017 7

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 136,837
3 mickbrook 112,908
4 GeoffMMutton 66,867
5 murds5 61,555
...
662 msavage 50
663 mvparkin 50
664 roboz888 50
665 samuelsen 50
666 Bustersmum 49
667 cfegan 49

50 line(s) corrected.

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July 2019 29
June 2019 6
February 2019 6
January 2019 9


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GILGANDRA NEWS GILGANDRA, Friday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 18 September 1937 page 6 2019-11-29 19:55 vears. has been an inmate in the
OiFtrlct Hospital for nearly a week
uffering from diphtheria, died on
.Vednesday night.
years. has been an inmate in the
District Hospital for nearly a week
suffering from diphtheria, died on
.Wednesday night.
GIVEN "THE RISING" (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Tuesday 21 March 1944 [Issue No.33] page 4 2019-11-29 19:53 - GIVEN 'THE RISINH'
- GIVEN 'THE RISING"
Youth Charged With Theft Of Poison Gas (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 27 September 1949 [Issue No.34,872] page 4 2019-11-29 19:45 ness, and the^theft charge was
ness, and the theft charge was
DUBBO PERSONAL PARS DUBBO, Tuesday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 23 December 1937 page 5 2019-10-14 21:07 Mrs. C. Everson. who was Injured
n M--- ntvidrnt oil Sunday but' allowed
.» return homo, was re-admitted to
'.-.ospital today with an injury to the
bask: it is probable that a small bone
las l:ccn fractured. Mrs. Everson is
il-n extensive')- .bruised and an X-raj
:hc-'.cgraph will be taken.
Mrs. C. Everson. who was Injured
in the accident on Sunday but allowed
to return home, was re-admitted to
hospital today with an injury to the
back: it is probable that a small bone
has been fractured. Mrs. Everson is
il-n extensively bruised and an X-Ray
photograph will be taken.
PICNIC FATALITY BOY DEAD, TEN INJURED ON ROAD MANY WEEKEND ACCIDENTS DUBBO, Sunday. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954), Monday 20 December 1937 [Issue No.234] page 2 2019-10-14 21:01 DUBBO, Sundav.
A BOY was killed and ten per
A piece of wood shattered and pene
the lorry, but when ho was released,
it was discovered tliat-Jic was un
injured, except for shock. ,
18, badly laoerated arm, thigh, and
.40, abrasions to the arm and thigh'
shock; Olarrie Everson, 25, injuries to the
arm; Alice James, 18, injuries to the
DUBBO, Sunday
A BOY was killed and ten per-
A piece of wood shattered and pene-
the lorry, but when he was released,
it was discovered that he was un-
injured, except for shock.
18, badly lacerated arm, thigh, and
.40, abrasions to the arm and thigh
shock; Clarrie Everson, 25, injuries to the
back.
LORRY CRASH Twelve Injured (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 20 December 1937 [Issue No.4323] page 1 2019-10-14 20:55 from Dubbo, when a lorry con
taining a number of people cap-
number of the passengers were ad
All suffured from shock. Those ad
Dublbo, ribs on left side fractured,
from Dubbo, when a lorry con-
taining a number of people cap-
number of the passengers were ad-
All suffured from shock. Those ad-
Dubbo, ribs on left side fractured,
ROAD ACCIDENTS. Three Killed in Week-end. CHILD PIERCED BY FENCE RAIL. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 20 December 1937 [Issue No.31,190] page 11 2019-10-14 20:51 ROAD ACCIDENTS. ?;
Three Killed m '
Three peí sons were killed anti
nianv in lined in roid accidents m
New South Wales in the «eek-entl
At Duobo a ooy of 11 was killed when
a tiU(k stiuck a fence nnd cn ci Un ned
His body was pieiced by a piece of
splintcied fence îail
The tiud «as convevins IS people »11 re-
lated to a picnic when th" accident occiured
Matie Sunderland °0 the di hci and HUP»
pass»>ng"is ocfiipipri thr ftont seat of th.
truclv and th» oihci nipmb',is of the pim
Ivveie riding on the table M a sharp herd
lu the todd sooiit foin miles from Duboo
the truck left HIP irmdwav ciat,hed thiou;h
a f'tue and tinned over
Alesandei James 13 of McLeay Stipet
Dubl-o was pleiced bv a picte of the splin
icieri fence rall end rii°d a fe» houis aflei
admission lo Dubbo Ho'pit-al
Tran¿ fames I o of Hampden Stier! Dubbo
was pinned buieith the ti lick bul escaped
willi shock Others injuied weie -Mtss P
I Jame« 19 McLeay Stieet Dubbo nbiastons lo
a hip and shork Miss lo^-ce Pitheis 1« Gipps
Stieet Dubbo laceiations to the arms and
shoe,, Doiecn Fveriin "i of BunitiPriunbie
conpussion and shod Mis Everson 23 S2m»
pddres« shoe' s>nc\ ahi usions Mrs M fame-.
40 McLeay Sifct DuLbo abiasinns to thp
arms and «hock Vida James li MtLca\
^tiepl Dubbo shock and abraoions ciarciipp
nverson 25 Bunfjlf «jumble iniurle. to 1hf>
hands and shock Alice James 19 Hampden
Stieet Duhbo shock
Thev vveie taken to the Dubbo Hospital
ROAD ACCIDENTS.
Three Killed in
Three persons were killed and
many injured in road accidents in
New South Wales in the week-end.
At Dubbo, a boy of 13 was killed when
a truck struck a fence and overturned.
His body was pierced by a piece of
splintered fence rail.
The truck was conveying 13 people, all re-
lated to a picnic when the accident occurred
Matie Sunderland, the driver and three
passengers occupied the front seat of the
truck, and the other members of the party
were riding on the table. At a sharp bend
in the road, about four miles from Dubbo
the truck left the roadway, crashed through
a fence and turned over.
Alexander James. 13. of McLeay Street,
Dubbo, was pierced by a piece of the splin-
tered fence rail and died a few hours after
admission to Dubbo Hospital.
Frank James. 19. of Hampden Street, Dubbo
was pinned beneath the truck but escaped
with shock. Others injured were Miss P
James 19. McLeay Street, Dubbo, abrasions to
a hip and shock: Miss Joyce Pithers 18, Gipps
Street, Dubbo, lacerations to the arms and
shock: Doreen Everson, 5. Of Bungiegumble
concussion and shock. Mrs Everson 23 same
address, shock and abrasions: Mrs M James
40 McLeay Street, Dubbo, abrasions to the
arms and shock: Vida James, 15. McLeay
Street, Dubbo, shock and abrasions: Clarence
Everson, 25, Bunglegumble, injuries to the
hands and shock: Alice James, 19, Hampden
Street, Dubbo, shock.
They were taken to Dubbo Hospital
OBITUARY MR. JOHN RILEY. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 29 June 1936 [Issue No.4373] page 2 2019-10-14 19:41
ROCKLEY HUT DESTROYED BY FIRE. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Wednesday 13 August 1913 page 3 2019-10-01 15:04 ' - I
H-JT DESTROYED BY FIRE. ..
Prosper G-.-'M. Coy., at Essington, was
contents being saved. The loss is estimat
Air. T. S. Connors, assistant in the post-
oflic." -hero, left lust night for Harden,
whither lie has been transferred' relieving.

HUT DESTROYED BY FIRE. ..
Prosper G-.-M. Coy., at Essington, was
contents being saved. The loss is estimat-
Mr T. S. Connors, assistant in the post-
office. here, left last night for Harden,
whither he has been transferred' relieving.
BROKE HER LEG. ROCKLEY, Thursday. (Article), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Friday 18 April 1913 page 3 2019-10-01 15:01 - BROKE HER LEC.
Elsie Connors, aged 3 5 ears, daughter
of Mt Thomas Connors, of Rocklcy,
was playing upon a plough on Wednes
broke her leg\ The little sufforer was
- BROKE HER LEG
Elsie Connors, aged 3 years, daughter
of Mr Thomas Connors, of Rockley,
was playing upon a plough on Wednes-
broke her leg.The little sufferer was

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