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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,733
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,588
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,279,016
5 Rhonda.M 3,103,343
...
703 rrigby 64,326
704 wolframcamp2 64,325
705 Mark.M 64,321
706 Tikira 64,217
707 greggiebear 63,966
708 australianfootball.com-SPGC 63,895

64,217 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 41
September 2019 63
August 2019 24
July 2019 235
June 2019 526
May 2019 54
April 2019 1
March 2019 9
February 2019 14
January 2019 178
September 2018 27
June 2018 142
May 2018 103
April 2018 32
March 2018 300
February 2018 12
January 2018 57
December 2017 13
November 2017 235
October 2017 3,195
September 2017 16
August 2017 134
July 2017 279
June 2017 1,573
May 2017 358
April 2017 6
March 2017 13
February 2017 39
November 2016 103
October 2016 489
September 2016 55
August 2016 1,288
July 2016 2,105
June 2016 818
May 2016 493
April 2016 126
March 2016 447
February 2016 684
January 2016 690
December 2015 5,179
November 2015 7,749
October 2015 1,720
September 2015 1,260
August 2015 598
July 2015 827
June 2015 5,711
May 2015 2,147
April 2015 570
March 2015 341
February 2015 468
November 2014 1,311
October 2014 2,768
September 2014 1,941
August 2014 599
July 2014 1,549
June 2014 1,336
May 2014 30
April 2014 33
February 2014 201
January 2014 423
November 2013 1,217
July 2013 42
March 2013 2,269
February 2013 4,120
January 2013 1,860
December 2012 393
November 2012 193
October 2012 64
September 2012 371
August 2012 28
July 2012 72
June 2012 490
May 2012 1,343
April 2012 9
March 2012 8

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,531
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,588
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,278,995
5 Rhonda.M 3,103,330
...
701 wolframcamp2 64,325
702 Mark.M 64,321
703 rrigby 64,277
704 Tikira 64,113
705 EricTheRed 63,971
706 greggiebear 63,959

64,113 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 41
September 2019 63
August 2019 24
July 2019 235
June 2019 526
May 2019 54
April 2019 1
March 2019 9
February 2019 14
January 2019 178
September 2018 27
June 2018 142
May 2018 103
April 2018 32
March 2018 300
February 2018 3
January 2018 57
December 2017 13
November 2017 235
October 2017 3,191
September 2017 16
August 2017 121
July 2017 220
June 2017 1,554
May 2017 358
April 2017 6
March 2017 13
February 2017 39
November 2016 103
October 2016 489
September 2016 55
August 2016 1,288
July 2016 2,105
June 2016 818
May 2016 493
April 2016 126
March 2016 447
February 2016 684
January 2016 690
December 2015 5,179
November 2015 7,749
October 2015 1,720
September 2015 1,260
August 2015 598
July 2015 827
June 2015 5,711
May 2015 2,147
April 2015 570
March 2015 341
February 2015 468
November 2014 1,311
October 2014 2,768
September 2014 1,941
August 2014 599
July 2014 1,549
June 2014 1,336
May 2014 30
April 2014 33
February 2014 201
January 2014 423
November 2013 1,217
July 2013 42
March 2013 2,269
February 2013 4,120
January 2013 1,860
December 2012 393
November 2012 193
October 2012 64
September 2012 371
August 2012 28
July 2012 72
June 2012 490
May 2012 1,343
April 2012 9
March 2012 8

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,593
2 PhilThomas 128,849
3 mickbrook 107,952
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,233
...
369 nanderson 106
370 phillipk 106
371 juleslaurent 104
372 tikira 104
373 CathConnolly 103
374 PeterR 103

104 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2018 9
October 2017 4
August 2017 13
July 2017 59
June 2017 19


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OLD RESIDENTS DEATH. (Article), Wagga Wagga Express (NSW : 1879 - 1917), Saturday 25 May 1907 [Issue No.8440] page 2 2019-10-22 11:57 Express" and the other members of
Mrs. .J. Donnelly of "Virginia" Glen
ceased own family in the colonies.
"Express" and the other members of
Mrs. J. Donnelly of "Virginia" Glen
ceased's own family in the colonies.
OLD RESIDENTS DEATH. (Article), Wagga Wagga Express (NSW : 1879 - 1917), Saturday 25 May 1907 [Issue No.8440] page 2 2019-10-22 11:56 ease.He was a native of West Meath,
lrelaml. and came to Sydney fifty years
ago.After finishing a contract for the
layinggof a railway line, he and his fam
ease. He was a native of West Meath,
lreland and came to Sydney fifty years
ago. After finishing a contract for the
laying of a railway line, he and his fam
OLD RESIDENTS DEATH. (Article), Wagga Wagga Express (NSW : 1879 - 1917), Saturday 25 May 1907 [Issue No.8440] page 2 2019-10-22 11:56 ease.He was a native of West Meaih,
ease.He was a native of West Meath,
OLD RESIDENTS DEATH. (Article), Wagga Wagga Express (NSW : 1879 - 1917), Saturday 25 May 1907 [Issue No.8440] page 2 2019-10-22 11:00 old i:i:.--iju-:nts hkath.
The -l--:i ill is annnuiicvil of an old and
if:-]«.i'.eil Wa-ra vesjiltnt, Mr. Hugh
.M'C'iauiley, ii^ml 7'.' yeais. '.viio died on
Thur.-'l:iy. h:'.vin? been f.,r a cuiisiilei
able tiir.e a ,-ufi'erer from llri^ht's dis
i::ise. lit: was a native of West Meaih,
lrelaml. and i-oin-! to Sydney fifty year.0
:mj-j. After i 3 u i.-flii liir n contract for the
layini; ni a r;ii1w:iy line, he and his fam
ily .st.il led in Wajrjra tliii-ry-Sve years
:vj'i. Ilii; v.-ii'u and family of two sons
and Jive -lan-r!ili.'re survive liiin. The
oidest son. Jlr. ]'. J. JI'Gaulley (Syd
with lh.- typographical staff of the
'; Exjire.-r-,'1 ami the oilier inciuljors -if
ihe family iiK'-lude : llrr=. E. Drake
(lMlembi), Mrs. J. Tier. Mrs. G. Jack
son, Jfrs. 11. Andii-.vs (Hock), Miss
M'liauley, ami Mr. .1. T. M'l.iauley.
Mrs. .1. DoiiiielK -,[ ' Yii-iir.a,'1 Glen
limes, v.-as the only member of de
wa.-.d's nv.ii iai'.iily in l!u- i-.ilonies.
Tlie funeral l''k \-]-mc yesti_-rd:iy nfter
IIH...U in tin- Ca'.liulic ])ortion of the
WaitL-n C'oineLi-ry, Hev. Fallior Buckley
-nli-iiaii:i)'. Ueautifnl llnral tributes
v.im' Uiiil ii-j the jiiave. an.l the family
«i:ie the recipients of numerous letters
aiid leii-_r:ii:is uf cindoienco, Messrs.
Jl'liiiuih liru.-. i-arried out ihe funeral
arraiigoiiiunl:.
Old Residents Death
The death ha been announced of an old and
respected Wagga resident , Mr Hugh
.M'Gaulley, aged 78 who died on
Thursday, having been for a consider
able time a sufferer from Brights Dis-
ease.He was a native of West Meaih,
lrelaml. and came to Sydney fifty years
ago.After finishing a contract for the
layinggof a railway line, he and his fam
ily settled in Wagga thirty Five years
ago. His wife and family of two sons
and five daughters survive him. The
oidest son.Mr P.J.M'Gaulley (Syd
with the typographical staff of the
Express" and the other members of
the family include Mrs E. Drake
(Bellambi), Mrs. J. Tier. Mrs. G. Jack
son, Mrs. Andrews (Rockdale), Miss
M'Gauley, and Mr. .1. T. M'Gauley.
Mrs. .J. Donnelly of "Virginia" Glen
lnnes, was the only member of de
ceased own family in the colonies.
The funeral took place yesterday after-
noon to the Catholic portion of the
Wagga cemetery, Rev father Buckley
officiating. Beautiful floral tributes
adorned the grave and the family
were the recipients of numerous letters
and ???? of condolence, Messrs.
Messers McIntosh Bros carried out the funeral
arrangements
DIED AT THE GATE. Nurse White's End. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 26 July 1929 page 6 2019-09-04 21:54 Mrs. CeHa White, a well known figure
in many Armidale iromes by reason of
her threes as a nurse, was found dead
at the sate. leading to her resident*,
Dutoaresq-strese^ dn Monday evening.
' -The discovery <was .made by a pass-.
er-by who examined what-be thought
; was a handle, and was horried to -ftntf
the body of deceased, .i f •.
: -ffojicrtring.ithe lissne of a medfcal
-^certificate to timeffciptlh&t death was
■doe to heart disease.the Coroner (Mc^
W. Elliott) dispensed wiyavan inquiry.
. The d( ceased wia 73 years' of aee.
Mrs. Celia White, a well known figure
in many Armidale homes by reason of
her dutiesas a nurse, was found dead
at the gate leading to her residence
Dumaresq-street on Monday evening.
The discovery was made by a pass-.
er-by who examined what he thought
was a bundle, and was horried to find
the body of deceased.
Following the issue of a medical
certificate to the effect that death was
due to heart disease the Coroner (Mr
W. Elliott) dispensed with an inquiry.
The deceased was 73 years' of age.
£20,000 DAMAGE IN HOTEL FIRE (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Tuesday 17 June 1952 [Issue No.23,618] page 3 2019-09-01 19:44 IN HOTEL FIRE1
TAMWORTII Monday, -
'rThe Royal Hotl ant tumndarmr
was destroycd by a flre whlcli
broke out at 4,30 nam,' to.day.
Tha dnmnge ia estcimnatcd nt
,£20,000.
Thls Is the secondl hotel in
the North dlostroyed it a week
Wallianrrnf's only hIotel tlhe
Roynl, having beeon burnt out
oll Frnhhy.
IN HOTEL FIRE
TAMWORTH Monday, -
The Royal Hotel at Bundarra
was destroyed by a fire which
broke out at 4.30 am, today.
The damage is estimated at
£20,000.
This is the second hotel in
the North destroyed it a week
Wallangarra's only hotel the
Royal, having been burnt out
on Friday.
£15,000 Fire Damage To Bundarra Hotel (Article), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 16 June 1952 page 1 2019-09-01 19:40 and ianneu oy a fierce norlh
weit gale, was soon uncon
By the time a bucket bri
gaoe could be organised the
wells, one on the hotel proper
An -adjoining property was
Roaring flames were prevent
lirlgade pumped the wells com
.pittely dry before the fire was
Inie licensee and his wife,
wr&id Mrs: Allan Buck, Had
ftnll taken orer the lease, re
iBen&ly. They came from New
r; ft spokesman said that the
Are .was first noticed by Mrs.
Mr. Purdue, who owns an elec
trical business at Qundarra.
By thflt time the flre was.
well away and the family and]
ffittnbers of the staff were
just afe'S to escape.
As far as is kuP'wn. Where
and only about haH-a-dOjen
people ocupied the building.
charge of the Hre Officer, Mr.
scene of the fire late tills
Coroner, wlio went to the scene
this morning,- said that if the
Inverell Brigade had. not made
outhouses, Kwong Sing's /store
had been playing canto in the
lounge where the flre started
until 2 ajn.
Mr. Oloonan said the whole
TRIBUTE TO INVEEJELL
Mr. Arthur Tee, of the firm
the locality with dlsastrou re
and fanned by a fierce north
west gale, was soon uncon-
By the time a bucket bri-
gade could be organised the
wells, one on the hotel proper-
An adjoining property was
Roaring flames were prevent-
brigade pumped the wells com-
pletely dry before the fire was controlled.
The licensee and his wife,
Mr and Mrs Allan Buck, had
only taken over the lease, re-
cently. They came from New
A spokesman said that the
fire was first noticed by Mrs.
Mr. Purdue, who owns an elec-
trical business at Bundarra.
By that time the fire was
members of the staff were
just able to escape.
As far as is known, there
and only about half a dozen
people ocuppied the building.
charge of the Fire Officer, Mr.
scene of the fire late this
Coroner, who went to the scene
this morning, said that if the
Inverell Brigade had not made
outhouses, Kwong Sing's store
had been playing cards in the
lounge where the fire started
until 2 a.m.
Mr. Cloonan said the whole
TRIBUTE TO INVERELL
Mr. Arthur Yee, of the firm
the locality with disastrous re-
Events&Rumours. Open, your [?], for which of you will stop The vent of hearing when loud Rumour speaks. —Shakespeare. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 5 December 1902 page 5 2019-08-25 19:27 We.are informed that Mr. Martin Pest, ;
of Kelly's Plains. while catting bay in one
of the paddocke on bis fsrm a few days
ago, unearthed a barrow containing seven
young rahbitB, which were soon despatched.
. *•* " '
The^uesfcions reserved at the trial of
Patrick and JamesKenniff came before tbe
Brisbane Fall Court on Tuesday, The
We are informed that Mr. Martin Post,
of Kelly's Plains while cutting hay in one
of the paddocks on his farm a few days
ago, unearthed a burrow containing seven
young rabbits, which were soon despatched.
* *
The questions reserved at the trial of
Patrick and James Kenniff came before the
Brisbane Full Court on Tuesday, The
Billiard Licenses. (Article), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Wednesday 3 December 1930 [Issue No.84] page 4 2019-08-15 21:41 Sandav (Delunera). T. W. Cant. W.
H,, -Rowling, G. H. J. Griffey (In
Sanday (Delunera). T. W. Cant. W.
H. Rowling, G. H. J. Griffey (In
Personal. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 23 September 1921 page 4 2019-08-15 21:38 Messrs. E- l)wyer and Allen Berryman,
two of Bundarra's most promising \oung
tunes in oiher parts. Both were accorded
received inarching orders for Lismore. Mr.
Burhidge was formerly at Armidale.
Messrs. E- Dwyer and Allen Berryman,
two of Bundarra's most promising young
tunes in other parts. Both were accorded
received marching orders for Lismore. Mr.
Burbidge was formerly at Armidale.

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