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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,945
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,478
...
420 Algeric 81,849
421 BillStrong 81,841
422 trevorgraham 81,780
423 EricTheRed 81,570
424 KeithBinney 81,507
425 hilda-maclean 81,285

81,570 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 6
March 2017 731
February 2017 4
January 2017 324
September 2016 48
July 2016 387
June 2016 331
May 2016 4,224
April 2016 13,955
March 2016 4,951
January 2016 637
December 2015 193
November 2015 27
July 2015 102
June 2015 180
May 2015 943
April 2015 2,042
March 2015 101
January 2015 697
December 2014 28
July 2014 15
May 2014 168
April 2014 120
March 2014 852
February 2014 215
January 2014 448
December 2013 30
November 2013 202
October 2013 686
August 2013 65
July 2013 423
June 2013 2,008
May 2013 56
March 2013 20
January 2013 603
December 2012 340
November 2012 335
October 2012 166
September 2012 4,479
August 2012 2,894
July 2012 926
June 2012 1,548
May 2012 916
April 2012 308
February 2012 693
January 2012 6,000
December 2011 941
November 2011 8,289
October 2011 2,301
September 2011 3,947
August 2011 299
June 2011 3,564
May 2011 379
April 2011 21
March 2011 586
February 2011 187
January 2011 17
October 2010 993
September 2010 1,765
August 2010 1,254
July 2010 444
June 2010 181
May 2010 169
March 2010 205
February 2010 14
September 2009 404
August 2009 303
February 2009 305
January 2009 259
October 2008 14
September 2008 302

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,914
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,473
...
533 karilyn 61,642
534 dumas 61,576
535 rosrobertson 61,388
536 EricTheRed 61,328
537 jastay 61,095
538 JohnSeb 61,023

61,328 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 6
March 2017 362
February 2017 4
January 2017 324
September 2016 48
July 2016 387
June 2016 238
May 2016 1,169
April 2016 1,294
March 2016 887
January 2016 637
December 2015 193
November 2015 27
July 2015 102
June 2015 180
May 2015 943
April 2015 2,042
March 2015 101
January 2015 697
December 2014 28
July 2014 15
May 2014 168
April 2014 120
March 2014 852
February 2014 215
January 2014 448
December 2013 30
November 2013 202
October 2013 686
August 2013 65
July 2013 423
June 2013 2,008
May 2013 56
March 2013 20
January 2013 603
December 2012 340
November 2012 335
October 2012 166
September 2012 4,479
August 2012 2,894
July 2012 926
June 2012 1,548
May 2012 916
April 2012 308
February 2012 693
January 2012 6,000
December 2011 941
November 2011 8,289
October 2011 2,301
September 2011 3,947
August 2011 299
June 2011 3,564
May 2011 379
April 2011 21
March 2011 586
February 2011 187
January 2011 17
October 2010 993
September 2010 1,765
August 2010 1,254
July 2010 444
June 2010 181
May 2010 169
March 2010 205
February 2010 14
September 2009 404
August 2009 303
February 2009 305
January 2009 259
October 2008 14
September 2008 302

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 83,619
2 mickbrook 82,485
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,408
5 EricTheRed 20,242
6 Stephans 19,868
7 ctrlgeek 16,981

20,242 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 369
June 2016 93
May 2016 3,055
April 2016 12,661
March 2016 4,064


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Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Thursday 18 December 1823 [Issue No.1048] page 1 2017-04-22 19:33 Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. l8, 1823.
PORT MACQUARIE CEDAR.-Ship Owners, de-
F. Goulburn, Colonial Secretary.
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, Dec. l8, 1823.
PORT MACQUARIE CEDAR.—Ship Owners, de-
F. GOULBURN, Colonial Secretary.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Monday 10 December 1832 [Issue No.117] page 4 2017-04-20 02:02 Thomas Haine, of a daughter.
THOMAS RAINE, of a daughter.
No title (Article), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Wednesday 26 March 1828 [Issue No.286] page 2 2017-03-28 18:54 party there, overtook on.?, wham they spoared, lo diaatlrr-tlie,.
other two narrowjy escaping? ; , ? : , ... . . .. ?.. ?„ .-
At a- late-Court of .Qwarler. gespipns, the appeaLof.Mn
Kermode againstr two eqimcfrh/sVjTor .'employing- rupaway
c onvicts came .to be liieard,; %:, The, result was a quasjung.pl
the, convictions. ????'?r ?-? ;. .; ''_~'^~''\ . ' -. .',' ' ' ?'.' ;
1 The Govern menir of Van Diero&iXLarid are slid', to have
biied the co'mmodidus mansion of vBeliyue. Tbr a female -;-t-r-,
phnn school, r. -.-- ' ;;^: « ::'pr—' ?»_//* j^' ?
The cargo of the' Harvey for England ihclur]ed.54p bales-
of' wool, 10 casks eKtra t bark,. 50.tons 'dry ditto', 1 IB logs
the oak, Ul pieces- cedar,' ' 256 'Mae -: gum- planks, and' lo
r nsksEeal skina. Mr. Andrew Aridefsbn,. John James, Jacob
Hunter, T. Fentonj -John' Gil band- senior and junior, vW;
Jackson, D. Regan,. E;Haskins,, and Bryan Brad yi-wwe- the
passengers. ' .'.. '. '.? v::.-' ??'. ' r*'-'-r-'':' .-:— -''' '? £_? ??'? ' '?'
party there, overtook one, whom they speared to death—the
other two narrowly escaping.
At a late Court of Quarter Sessions, the appeal of Mr.
Kermode against two convictions for employing runaway
convicts came to be heard. The result was a quashing of
the convictions.
The Government of Van Diemen's Land are said to have
hired the commodious mansion of Bellvue for a female or-
phan school.
The cargo of the Harvey for England included 545 bales
of' wool, 10 casks extract bark, 50 tons dry ditto, 112 logs
she oak, 141 pieces cedar, 256 blue gum planks, and 15
casks seal skins. Mr. Andrew Anderson, John James, Jacob
Hunter, T. Fenton, John Gilband senior and junior, W.
Jackson, D. Regan, E. Haskins, and Bryan Brady, were the
passengers.
Advertising (Advertising), Tharunka (Kensington, NSW : 1953 - 2010), Friday 11 September 1964 [Issue No.14] page 9 2017-03-12 18:11 WATCH
THIS
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LABORATORY
ASSISTANT
SCH001 OF PHYSICS
Salary: £1114 range
£1509 per annum.
Commencing
salary
according to qualifications and experience;
juniors
occording
Applicants
must
have
complied
at
least two stages of an
appropriate
part-time degree or diploma
course, hold an approved
technical
college
certificate,
or
hove
equivalent
qualifications. The successful
applicant
will assist in research
An application form may be obtatned from the Appointments
Section, Sox 1, Post Office, Kensington (telephone 663 0351).
LABORATORY ASSISTANT
SCHOOL OF PHYSICS
Salary: £1114 range £1509 per annum. Commencing salary
according to qualifications and experience; juniors according
Applicants must have completed at least two stages of an
appropriate part-time degree or diploma course, hold an approved
technical college certificate, or have equivalent
qualifications. The successful applicant will assist in research
An application form may be obtained from the Appointments
Section, Box 1, Post Office, Kensington (telephone 663 0351).
Advertising (Advertising), Tharunka (Kensington, NSW : 1953 - 2010), Tuesday 25 February 1969 [Issue No.1] page 15 2017-03-12 16:34 Le
Carnaval
An Australian Composition
New
BEETHOVEN
3.
Piano Concerto
No.
Conductor: Sir
Bernard
Heinze.
PROKOFIEV:
Classical
Symphony.
RICHARD MEALE:
New work.
Arr. CANTELOUBE:
Songs of the
VAUGHAN
• WILLIAMS:
Sinfonia
Le Carnaval
An Australian Composition — New
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No.
3.
Conductor: Sir Bernard Heinze.
PROKOFIEV: Classical Symphony.
RICHARD MEALE: New work.
Arr. CANTELOUBE: Songs of the
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Sinfonia
Advertising (Advertising), Tharunka (Kensington, NSW : 1953 - 2010), Tuesday 25 February 1969 [Issue No.1] page 15 2017-03-12 16:24 • HOW TO BOOK
• HOW MUCH
PROKOFIEV: Pic-no Concerto No. 1.
Conductor: Moshe Atzmcn.
Soloist: Instrumental and Voca!
Thoughts in a City'.
Soloist:
Wanda
Wilkomirska
* HOW TO BOOK
* HOW MUCH
PROKOFIEV: Piano Concerto No. 1.
STRAUSS: Death and Transfigura-
Conductor: Moshe Atzmon.
Soloist: Instrumental and Vocal
'Thoughts in a City'.
Soloist: Wanda Wilkomirska
EXPORTS. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 17 November 1855 [Issue No.5473] page 4 2017-03-12 16:20 TToYomber IC.-KKsibcth
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Co j 96 b jga^lo^Chnroh and Moll-on ; 140 Liga barloy, 1» bigs
Noreibár IE - wild Xrt'h Girl (additional) for ITclbmrna : 335
caica wine, Wilkinson, Brothers, and Ca ; 231 biga barley, W.
fJoolt i 73 baga ila», J. Uccnaaiaro,
November 16.—Elizabeth Ann, for Adelaide: 3 hogsheads rum,
1 quarter-cask whisky, Anderson, Brothers, and Co., 541 bags
sugar, 15 hogsheads treacle, Colonial Sugar Refining Company;
49 dray poles, 33 dray shafts, 4811 spokes, J. Wright; 225 Weather-
boards, 23 grooved and tongued boards, 11 logs cedar, Morris and
Co.: 96 bags gran, Church and Molleon; 140 bags barley, 150 bags
walnuts, 120 bags bran, W.H. Eldred.
November 16—Wild Irish Girl (additional) for Melbourne: 735
casks wine, Wilkinson, Brothers, and Co ; 231 bags barley, W.
Scott; 73 bags rice, J. Macnamara.
CONTENTS. (Government Gazette Index and Contents), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Friday 12 December 1862 [Issue No.232] page 2476 2017-03-12 12:39 CONTEXTS.
TAGI?.
Reward—Supppsed Infanticide 2459
]5iarfcngo—Establishment of Public Pound .. 2459
'Taarago— „ „ ,. 2469
Ralmain—Public Pound abolished ,. . . 2459
preparation of Electoral Lists 2459
.Person authorized to sell Postage Stamps .. 2460
Particulars rof Contract for Supplies .. 2480
Licensed Surveyors appointed 2460
Places 'at, which Cattle m&y cross the Murray
irom Victoria 2460
Approaching Laud Sales 2460
Errors in Deeds .. . • 2460
Leasing Government Railways 2461
Glebe Island Abattoirs—Sale of Lease of Slaugh
terhouses* &c. 2461
Unclaimed Gunpowder .. 2462
Pre-emptive Purchases approved 2463
Blandford—Sale of Tolls 2464
Tenders called for .. .. 2464
Tenders accepted .. 2467
Blacktpwn, &c.—Lands required to be taken for
Bailway Extension 2467
Timber Licenses ., .. .. .. *. 2468
Medical Board— Quarterly Meeting .. ,. 2469
Hartley—Licensing Meeting 2470
EastMaitland—Poundkeeper dismissed.. .. 2470
Public Statutes on Sale 2471
Private Advertisements • .. 2471
Impoundings. 2473
Printed and published by Thomas Richards, Oovem
[Price, It.]
CONTENTS.
PAGE>
Reward—Supposed Infanticide .. .. .. 2459
Marengo—Establishment of Public Pound .. 2459
Tarago— „ „ ... .. 2459
Ralmain—Public Pound abolished .. .. 2459
Preparation of Electoral Lists .. .. .. 2459
Person authorized to sell Postage Stamps .. 2460
Particulars of Contract for Supplies .. 2460
Licensed Surveyors appointed .. .. .. 2460
Places at which Cattle may cross the Murray
from Victoria .. .. .. .. 2460
Approaching Land Sales .. .. .. .. 2460
Errors in Deeds .. .. .. .. .. 2460
Leasing Government Railways .. .. .. 2461
Glebe Island Abattoirs—Sale of Lease of Slaugh-
terhouses, &c. .. .. .. .. .. 2461
Unclaimed Gunpowder .. .. .. .. 2462
Pre-emptive Purchases approved .. .. .. 2463
Blandford—Sale of Tolls .. .. .. .. 2464
Tenders called for .. .. .. .. .. 2464
Tenders accepted .. .. .. .. .. 2467
Blacktown, &c.—Lands required to be taken for
Railway Extension .. .. .. .. 2467
Timber Licenses .. .. .. .. .. 2468
Medical Board— Quarterly Meeting .. .. 2469
Hartley—Licensing Meeting .. .. .. 2470
East Maitland—Poundkeeper dismissed.. .. 2470
Public Statutes on Sale .. .. .. .. 2471
Private Advertisements .. .. .. .. 2471
Impoundings.. .. .. .. .. .. 2473
Printed and published by Thomas Richards, Govern-
[Price, 1s.]
TIMBER LICENSES.—SUPPLEMENTARY RETURN. (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Friday 12 December 1862 [Issue No.232] page 2468 2017-03-12 12:24 District.
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