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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,126,491
2 noelwoodhouse 4,037,706
3 DonnaTelfer 3,560,739
4 Rhonda.M 3,545,291
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
1890 leightonp 18,699
1891 junexi 18,675
1892 jmanthey 18,674
1893 suebc 18,670
1894 Eil123 18,645
1895 frecko 18,636

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August 2017 136
June 2017 259
January 2017 28
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October 2015 303
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December 2014 355
November 2014 5
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February 2012 2,481
January 2012 132
December 2011 1,855
November 2011 888
October 2011 1,926

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,126,289
2 noelwoodhouse 4,037,706
3 DonnaTelfer 3,560,713
4 Rhonda.M 3,545,278
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
1882 regit1950 18,729
1883 leightonp 18,699
1884 jmanthey 18,674
1885 suebc 18,669
1886 junexi 18,651
1887 Eil123 18,645

18,669 line(s) corrected.

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May 2020 85
April 2020 7
August 2019 186
June 2019 251
May 2019 334
February 2019 7
December 2018 56
October 2018 77
April 2018 228
December 2017 222
November 2017 79
September 2017 102
August 2017 136
June 2017 259
January 2017 28
July 2016 3
April 2016 317
January 2016 2
December 2015 7
October 2015 303
August 2015 52
July 2015 2
June 2015 626
February 2015 15
December 2014 355
November 2014 5
October 2014 25
September 2014 4
August 2014 320
July 2014 2,312
June 2014 178
May 2014 206
March 2014 389
January 2014 65
November 2013 416
October 2013 1,043
September 2013 197
August 2013 38
June 2013 390
May 2013 231
April 2013 8
March 2013 19
February 2013 11
January 2013 78
December 2012 1
September 2012 49
August 2012 23
July 2012 79
June 2012 278
May 2012 814
April 2012 164
March 2012 305
February 2012 2,481
January 2012 132
December 2011 1,855
November 2011 888
October 2011 1,926

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 406,617
2 GeoffMMutton 238,633
3 PhilThomas 145,472
4 mickbrook 115,362
5 DavoChiss 113,080
...
3865 SteveShorey 1
3866 storerneemurphy 1
3867 sue23may 1
3868 suebc 1
3869 suet6 1
3870 superjub 1

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 14 July 1933 [Issue No.29,806] page 10 2020-05-30 18:27 BOWMAN.-July ' 13. 1933. at Scotscrolg, Wv
combc-road. Neutral Bay. Emma J., widow of the
la'c John S. Bowman. M.A. of Melbourne, aged
92 years. Interment In Melbourne.
BOWMAN.-July 13, 1933. at Scotscraig, Wv
combe-road. Neutral Bay. Emma J., widow of the
late John S. Bowman. M.A. of Melbourne, aged
92 years. Interment in Melbourne.
The Lady of the Lighthouse (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 3 August 1927 [Issue No.801] page 33 2020-05-30 16:36 though the baker is within call she slill
Harbour. The tower is set upon level turl
make safe the step of the pedestrian: and
from the rugged heighis of Soutli Heal
the ureat white beams sweep a path across
the. sea in ships.'
though the baker is within call she still
Harbour. The tower is set upon level turf
make safe the step of the pedestrian; and
from the rugged heights of South Heal
the great white beams sweep a path across
the sea in ships.'
The Lady of the Lighthouse (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 3 August 1927 [Issue No.801] page 33 2020-05-30 16:34 Mncquarie Light, South Head,
'PEW women have wit
-1- nessed storms she
and fury unrestrained :
too, when the. days were
winds were fair. Gould
iioor than Hie empty sky
sombre grey of Hie rising
of seabirds urew friendly with those who
had come to share Iheir wide, sea-wreathed
passing ship signalled as it, ploughed Us
way to the coast or out. upon the high sea.
Mrs Williams is a good tishPrwoman, lor
but siie made her own bread. To-day, al
Macquarie Light, South Head,
'FEW women have wit
-nessed storms she
and fury unrestrained;
too, when the days were
winds were fair. Could
door than the empty sky
sombre grey of the rising
of seabirds grew friendly with those who
had come to share their wide, sea-wreathed
passing ship signalled as it ploughed its
way to the coast or out upon the high sea.
Mrs Williams is a good fisherwoman, for
but she made her own bread. To-day, al
The Lady of the Lighthouse (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 3 August 1927 [Issue No.801] page 33 2020-05-30 16:31 ments of bargain sales — so dear to the,
heart of woman — would reach the light
house station long, Ions after those tempt
fortunately placed. Mrs. Rurhurbia reads
starts off bright ;in-:l early next morning to
be well to the fore when the. delicious
struggle begins. But the. papers the ship
brought were always ni least two weeks
ments of bargain sales — so dear to the
heart of woman — would reach the light
house station long, Iong after those tempt
fortunately placed. Mrs. Surburbia reads
starts off bright and early next morning to
be well to the fore when the delicious
struggle begins. But the papers the ship
brought were always at least two weeks
The Lady of the Lighthouse (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 3 August 1927 [Issue No.801] page 33 2020-05-30 16:29 needs a. bright, cheerful, and contented
not permit, the monotony to grow unbear
able. Tlip woman who dwells within walk
bush wife, who may reach a distant neigh
bour by vehicle, would scarcely realise.
milkman, or paper-hoy lo make the daily
reached by telephone — nor the present-day
luxury of wireless and radio. The. ship
was postman, too, for it brought, mail and
tions as well as inconveniences, for site
with writ-ing pads. soap, photo, enlarge
needs a bright, cheerful, and contented
not permit the monotony to grow unbear
able. The woman who dwells within walk
bush wife who may reach a distant neigh
bour by vehicle, would scarcely realise
milkman, or paper-boy lo make the daily
reached by telephone — nor the present-dayy
luxury of wireless and radio. The ship
was postman, too, for it brought mail and
tions as well as inconveniences, for she
with writing pads. soap, photo, enlarge
The Lady of the Lighthouse (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 3 August 1927 [Issue No.801] page 33 2020-05-30 16:27 or how completely liei1
home anrl family fills
isolation — the utter loneliness, intensihed
or how completely her
home and family fills
isolation — the utter loneliness, intensified
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 24 March 1949 [Issue No.34,712] page 12 2020-05-29 11:26 hereby gives nrtlce that creditors and
hereby gives notice that creditors and
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 24 March 1949 [Issue No.34,712] page 12 2020-05-29 11:25 South Wales Spinster deceased Letters
South Wales Spinster deceased. Letters
of Administration granted by
17th March 1949 Pursuant to the
1898-1940 (Testator's Family Maintenance
and Guardianship of Infants Act
1916-1938 and Trustees Act 1925-
of the Estate of the said deceased
who died on the 5th July 1948
the Estate of the said deceased are re-
1949 at the expiration of which time
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 20 July 1948 [Issue No.34,501] page 7 2020-05-29 11:10 Elizabeth Hargraves Mother of the said
deceased are rrquired to forward par-
Elizabeth Hargraves. Mother of the said
deceased are required to forward par-
The Lady of the Lighthouse (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 3 August 1927 [Issue No.801] page 33 2020-05-28 19:53 (Uhe Lady of the Lighthouse
Forty vears nassed. continuously hi the shadow of light houses— that is the
uiKommon. experience., of Mrs. Williams, wife of the custodian of the Macquarie
Light at South Head. She has ahvays occupied the light keeper's residence, and
women who know too well the weary las-k of house-hunting mid flat -exploring
. . will envij her calm years of freedom from that vexed question.
the far biislilands and
well sign for a. breath,
Ihe. last eighteen months
ney. The long- space of
lime was passed in the
The Lady of the Lighthouse
Forty years passed continuously in the shadow of light houses— that is the
uncommon experience of Mrs. Williams, wife of the custodian of the Macquarie
Light at South Head. She has always occupied the light keeper's residence, and
women who know too well the weary task of house-hunting and flat-exploring
will envy her calm years of freedom from that vexed question.
the far bushlands and
well sign for a breath,
the last eighteen months
ney. The long space of
time was passed in the

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