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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,711
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,427
5 Rhonda.M 3,096,310
...
153 dpeep 325,753
154 ellipitt 325,317
155 c-l-h 324,132
156 smotteram 322,173
157 Tabbers 321,608
158 iwalter 319,776

322,173 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 1,161
September 2019 1,744
August 2019 804
July 2019 1,386
June 2019 1,203
May 2019 641
April 2019 1,552
March 2019 1,078
February 2019 1,741
January 2019 1,730
December 2018 2,211
November 2018 2,926
October 2018 3,208
September 2018 1,313
August 2018 3,658
July 2018 2,861
June 2018 2,466
May 2018 1,407
April 2018 1,829
March 2018 1,781
February 2018 1,052
January 2018 176
December 2017 638
November 2017 3,192
October 2017 4,524
September 2017 4,065
August 2017 3,467
July 2017 2,391
June 2017 2,092
May 2017 3,523
April 2017 3,284
March 2017 2,880
February 2017 4,429
January 2017 5,470
December 2016 4,455
November 2016 4,670
October 2016 4,420
September 2016 4,400
August 2016 3,345
July 2016 3,712
June 2016 1,912
May 2016 3,461
April 2016 3,505
March 2016 1,537
February 2016 3,717
January 2016 5,351
December 2015 6,320
November 2015 17,634
October 2015 19,513
September 2015 19,266
August 2015 12,484
July 2015 12,443
June 2015 7,224
May 2015 5,086
April 2015 5,665
March 2015 5,125
February 2015 3,132
January 2015 2,887
December 2014 3,687
November 2014 4,998
October 2014 4,867
September 2014 8,111
August 2014 3,439
July 2014 912
June 2014 3,336
May 2014 3,112
April 2014 2,710
March 2014 2,781
February 2014 2,163
January 2014 3,796
December 2013 623
October 2013 381
September 2013 2,560
August 2013 1,902
July 2013 2,690
June 2013 3,031
May 2013 3,250
April 2013 4,048
March 2013 2,506
February 2013 2,704
January 2013 2,673
December 2012 1,223
November 2012 2,318
October 2012 2,953
September 2012 1,560
August 2012 3,252
July 2012 1,369
June 2012 71

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,509
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,406
5 Rhonda.M 3,096,297
...
151 dpeep 325,753
152 ellipitt 325,317
153 c-l-h 324,132
154 smotteram 322,137
155 Tabbers 321,608
156 iwalter 319,776

322,137 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 1,161
September 2019 1,744
August 2019 804
July 2019 1,386
June 2019 1,203
May 2019 641
April 2019 1,552
March 2019 1,078
February 2019 1,741
January 2019 1,730
December 2018 2,211
November 2018 2,926
October 2018 3,208
September 2018 1,313
August 2018 3,658
July 2018 2,861
June 2018 2,446
May 2018 1,407
April 2018 1,829
March 2018 1,781
February 2018 1,052
January 2018 176
December 2017 638
November 2017 3,192
October 2017 4,524
September 2017 4,065
August 2017 3,467
July 2017 2,391
June 2017 2,092
May 2017 3,523
April 2017 3,283
March 2017 2,880
February 2017 4,429
January 2017 5,463
December 2016 4,447
November 2016 4,670
October 2016 4,420
September 2016 4,400
August 2016 3,345
July 2016 3,712
June 2016 1,912
May 2016 3,461
April 2016 3,505
March 2016 1,537
February 2016 3,717
January 2016 5,351
December 2015 6,320
November 2015 17,634
October 2015 19,513
September 2015 19,266
August 2015 12,484
July 2015 12,443
June 2015 7,224
May 2015 5,086
April 2015 5,665
March 2015 5,125
February 2015 3,132
January 2015 2,887
December 2014 3,687
November 2014 4,998
October 2014 4,867
September 2014 8,111
August 2014 3,439
July 2014 912
June 2014 3,336
May 2014 3,112
April 2014 2,710
March 2014 2,781
February 2014 2,163
January 2014 3,796
December 2013 623
October 2013 381
September 2013 2,560
August 2013 1,902
July 2013 2,690
June 2013 3,031
May 2013 3,250
April 2013 4,048
March 2013 2,506
February 2013 2,704
January 2013 2,673
December 2012 1,223
November 2012 2,318
October 2012 2,953
September 2012 1,560
August 2012 3,252
July 2012 1,369
June 2012 71

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 311,425
2 PhilThomas 128,710
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
822 linfoots 36
823 marnied 36
824 SadieScrawls 36
825 smotteram 36
826 aus.bailey 35
827 brucebrown146 35

36 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2018 20
April 2017 1
January 2017 7
December 2016 8


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Family Notices (Family Notices), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Wednesday 5 July 1944 page 2 2019-10-17 13:02 !Mr. and Sirs. J. Healy, Aberdeen, wish
second eldest daughter. Audrey
Eileen, to D)vr. It. A. Bound, A.T.F.
MSr. and Mrs. A. Bound, Aberdeen.
hr'. and hMrs. C. A. Biryan, East Ridg
of their daughter, lita May, to John
David, second son of S1r. and Sirs.
S[. H. Robotham, Highclere.
Mr and Mrs J. Healy, Aberdeen, wish
second eldest daughter, Audrey
Eileen, to Dvr It. A. Bound, A.T.F.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bound, Aberdeen.
Mr and Mrs C A Bryan, East Ridg-
of their daughter, Rita May, to John
David, second son of Mr and Mrs
M H Robotham, Highclere.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899 - 1919), Monday 18 June 1906 page 2 2019-10-17 12:49 RoiiOTHAM.— On June 15, 1906, at Private
Hospital, Perth, W.A., Tasman George,
Romaioe, Bnrnie, after a severe attack
of typhoid fever ; aged 31 yean. Deeply
ROBOTHAM - On June 15, 1906, at Private
Hospital, Perth, WA, Tasman George,
Romaine, Burnie, after a severe attack
of typhoid fever; aged 34 years. Deeply
NORTH-WESTERN NEWS BURNIE (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Saturday 16 March 1940 [Issue No.5] page 7 2019-10-17 12:11 POLICE COURT.-The first prosecu
timne under the Rabbits Destruction Act
were preferred against George Duclkett,
Ridgley, in the 'Burnie Police Court
yesterday. Eaclih :defendant was fined
£3, with 11/- costs -against Duckett,
and 9/- against Robotham:
POLICE COURT - The first prosecu-
time under the Rabbits Destruction Act
were preferred against George Duckett,
Ridgley, in the Burnie Police Court
yesterday. Each defendant was fined
£3, with 11/- costs against Duckett,
and 9/- against Robotham,
RADIUM PRODUCTION. AUSTRALIAN ENGINEER'S IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. LONDON, Wednesday. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Thursday 27 May 1909 [Issue No.16,029] page 5 2019-10-17 10:00 ! RADIUM PRODUCTION.
AUSTRALIAN ENGINEER'S IM-
_ LONDON, Wednesday
I Mr. T. H. V. Bower, an Australian
| covered near Guarda, in Portugal, a
portant p. place in medical practice,
as well as in connection witl) scien-
RADIUM PRODUCTION.
AUSTRALIAN ENGINEER'S IM-
LONDON, Wednesday
Mr T H V Bower, an Australian
covered near Guarda, in Portugal, a
portant a place in medical practice,
as well as in connection with scien-
VICTORY IN SO[?]AN AVERAGING GORDON. (Article), The Mount Lyell Standard and Strahan Gazette (Queenstown, Tas. : 1896 - 1902), Wednesday 7 September 1898 [Issue No.139] page 2 2019-10-17 09:48 Mr T. H. V.-^Bower, whb-wa.% jeotntly f
president ot the Wost Austraban Institute of -
Mine IfnnagcBS, arrived here yesterday and. ..
intends taking up )us residence m Queenstown..-
Mr ,Bower, lias high -qualifications j
In connection with mining and • intends ,
loctunng at; au early - date at: Zeehau - on
Mr T H V Bower, who was recently
president of the West Australian Institute of
Mine Managers, arrived here yestereday and
intends taking up his residence in Queens-
town. Mr Bower has high qualifications
in connection with minig and intends
lecturing at an early date at Zeehan on
KILLED IN ACTION (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Monday 18 January 1943 page 4 2019-10-17 08:09 | KILLED IN ACTION
Advice has been received, by Mrs.
L. McLarnen that her husband,
Pte. J. K K.\' McLarnen. was
killed in New..Guinea on Janu
ary' 3. . Pte.: McLarnen . was • the
son. of the late Pte.. P. J- Mc
Larnen and Mrs. B. Farrell. of
1916. Pte. McLarnen also saw
service in the Middle East
KILLED IN ACTION
Advice has been received, by Mrs
L McLarnen that her husband,
Pte J L K McLarnen, was
killed in New Guinea on Janu-
ary 3. Pte McLarnen was the
son of the late Pte P J Mc-
Larnen and Mrs B Farrell. of
1916. Pte McLarnen also saw
service in the Middle East.
THE LATE PTE. P. J. McLARNEN. (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Friday 1 December 1916 page 5 2019-10-16 18:22 THE LATE PTE. P. J. McLARNEN.
away of Mr. Patrick J. McLarnen by the
reeeipt of a letter from him addressed to Mr,
M. Phillips, of Woodlark-street, received bv*
that gentleman yesterday. As .rep.orted in
previous issues of the '' Star,'' Mr. McLarnen
(who was for about eighteen months em
ployed in the publishing department of ithis
was killed in action in France about a fort
night ago. He was attached to the 13th Be
hiforcements of the 26th, Battalion,-7tli In
fantry Brigade, and tli© letter, is dated from;
Krance, October 3rd. He and his mate (Mr.
Charlio Dilly) had shifted nearer the 'firing
line, aiid fwero just then on their way to a
final position. He contimies : "I hope not
to stop here for all time., though I am feeling
very -fit. We got a few days' home leave and
Mother took ill shortly after I went' to Egypt,
and it was said that- one of my letters from
the same ' when I started for Australia
the people whom -I met here and there enter
tained mCj had it been sunny New South
THE LATE PTE P J McLARNEN
away of Mr Patrick J McLarnen by the
receipt of a letter from him addressed to Mr
M Phillips, of Woodlark-street, received by
that gentleman yesterday. As reported in
previous issues of the ''Star'', Mr McLarnen
(who was for about eighteen months em-
ployed in the publishing department of this
was killed in action in France about a fort-
night ago. He was attached to the 13th Re-
iforcements of the 26th Battalion, 7th In-
fantry Brigade, and the letter, is dated from
France, October 3rd. He and his mate (Mr
Charlie Dilly) had shifted nearer the firing
line, and were just then on their way to a
final position. He continues: "I hope not
to stop here for all time, though I am feeling
very fit. We got a few days' home leave and
Mother took ill shortly after I went to Egypt,
and it was said that one of my letters from
the same as when I started for Australia
the people whom I met here and there enter-
tained me had it been sunny New South
YOUTH FOUND SHOT. (Article), The Propeller (Hurstville, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Thursday 4 January 1945 [Issue No.1765] page 1 2019-10-16 17:51 Lust Thursday a youth numed Arthur
John Ede. aged 19 years, residing at Wel
fare Avenue. Narwee. was founa snot, ly-
inc 011 the front lawn of a neighbour,
Mr. Trantor. In Broadarrow Road. Mr.
a.m., and oh investigation found the in
below the jaw. causing -serious injury.
were told that the young man hod bor
rowed the rifle to shoot rabbits. The St.
St. George District Hospital, where he
died. The Interment took place in the
Last Thursday a youth named Arthur
John Ede, aged 19 years, residing at Wel-
fare Avenue, Narwee, was found snot, ly-
ing on the front lawn of a neighbour,
Mr Trantor, in Broadarrow Road. Mr
am, and on investigation found the in-
below the jaw, causing serious injury.
were told that the young man had bor-
rowed the rifle to shoot rabbits. The St
St George District Hospital, where he
died. The interment took place in the
PERSONAL ROLL OF HONOR L/CPL. BERT COLLISON AND GUNNER VICTOR G. CARTER (Article), The Scone Advocate (NSW : 1887 - 1954), Tuesday 6 March 1945 page 1 2019-10-16 07:57 L/CPL.XBERT COLLJSON AND
L/Cpl. Bert Gollison, of whose
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Collison, of
'Long Flat,' Moonan Flat, a well
member of4 the 9th Division in,
the sympathy of the whole dis
was formerly Miss Mavis Syden
Norman (A.I.F.), Clifton, Kevin,
(Moonan Flat), Mesdames Don.
Taylor (Tomalla), W. Stephens
and G. A. Frost (Scone), Clara
(A.W.L.A.), Bella (Moonan), and
L/CPL. BERT COLLJSON AND
L/Cpl. Bert Collison, of whose
Mr and Mrs Angus Collison, of
"Long Flat", Moonan Flat, a well-
member of the 9th Division in
the sympathy of the whole dis-
was formerly Miss Mavis Syden-
Norman (AIF), Clifton, Kevin,
(Moonan Flat), Mesdames Don
Taylor (Tomalla), W Stephens
and G A Frost (Scone), Clara
(AWLA), Bella (Moonan), and
WEDDING. COLLISON—SYDENHAM (Article), The Scone Advocate (NSW : 1887 - 1954), Friday 2 June 1944 page 2 2019-10-16 07:51 ? — — TC»— ?
COLLISON— SYDENHAM
A i^retty wedding' was celebrat
ed in St. Paul's Church, Kurri
Kurri, o' Easter Saturday, when
Pte. Bert A. Collison (A.I.F., re
turned), second son of Mr. 'and
Mrs. Angus Collison, of Moonan
Flax, was married to Mavis JST.,
second daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
D. H. Sydcnham, of Kurri Kurri;

COLLISON - SYDENHAM
A pretty wedding was celebrat-
ed in St Paul's Church, Kurri
Kurri, on Easter Saturday, when
Pte Bert A Collison (AIF, re-
turned), second son of Mr and
Mrs Angus Collison, of Moonan
Flat, was married to Mavis N,
second daughter of Mr and Mrs
D H Sydenham, of Kurri Kurri;

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