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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,554,985
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,028,936
4 annmanley 2,254,028
5 John.F.Hall 2,254,013
...
123 Gabrielle.James 275,605
124 Tabbers 274,396
125 jaybee67 274,130
126 GBurghall 273,305
127 JamesGibney 273,248
128 Kaseyd 272,611

273,305 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 1,786
June 2017 3,739
May 2017 4,721
April 2017 4,577
March 2017 2,167
February 2017 2,709
January 2017 3,582
December 2016 3,784
November 2016 6,270
October 2016 6,969
September 2016 5,804
August 2016 10,042
July 2016 8,007
June 2016 5,045
May 2016 5,422
April 2016 3,902
March 2016 7,960
February 2016 4,961
January 2016 4,347
December 2015 3,252
November 2015 4,062
October 2015 6,314
September 2015 6,248
August 2015 3,593
July 2015 6,664
June 2015 6,028
May 2015 5,550
April 2015 2,107
March 2015 3,300
February 2015 2,716
January 2015 1,359
December 2014 1,510
November 2014 4,529
October 2014 1,873
September 2014 2,788
August 2014 5,969
July 2014 11,619
June 2014 9,699
May 2014 6,170
April 2014 3,916
March 2014 5,292
February 2014 6,107
January 2014 7,471
December 2013 3,619
November 2013 4,956
October 2013 630
September 2013 446
August 2013 2,563
July 2013 2,165
June 2013 2,157
May 2013 2,918
April 2013 5,112
March 2013 3,379
February 2013 2,361
January 2013 4,248
December 2012 3,804
November 2012 6,645
October 2012 6,340
September 2012 6,200
August 2012 1,832

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,554,954
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,028,936
4 John.F.Hall 2,254,008
5 annmanley 2,253,958
...
122 sandra.grinter 280,618
123 Gabrielle.James 275,605
124 Tabbers 274,396
125 GBurghall 273,303
126 JamesGibney 273,248
127 Kaseyd 272,611

273,303 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 1,786
June 2017 3,739
May 2017 4,719
April 2017 4,577
March 2017 2,167
February 2017 2,709
January 2017 3,582
December 2016 3,784
November 2016 6,270
October 2016 6,969
September 2016 5,804
August 2016 10,042
July 2016 8,007
June 2016 5,045
May 2016 5,422
April 2016 3,902
March 2016 7,960
February 2016 4,961
January 2016 4,347
December 2015 3,252
November 2015 4,062
October 2015 6,314
September 2015 6,248
August 2015 3,593
July 2015 6,664
June 2015 6,028
May 2015 5,550
April 2015 2,107
March 2015 3,300
February 2015 2,716
January 2015 1,359
December 2014 1,510
November 2014 4,529
October 2014 1,873
September 2014 2,788
August 2014 5,969
July 2014 11,619
June 2014 9,699
May 2014 6,170
April 2014 3,916
March 2014 5,292
February 2014 6,107
January 2014 7,471
December 2013 3,619
November 2013 4,956
October 2013 630
September 2013 446
August 2013 2,563
July 2013 2,165
June 2013 2,157
May 2013 2,918
April 2013 5,112
March 2013 3,379
February 2013 2,361
January 2013 4,248
December 2012 3,804
November 2012 6,645
October 2012 6,340
September 2012 6,200
August 2012 1,832

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,182
2 mickbrook 91,716
3 murds5 54,210
4 PhilThomas 33,402
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
1560 g.nicholson 2
1561 ganeaves 2
1562 Garykent 2
1563 GBurghall 2
1564 gkang 2
1565 GlenRuth 2

2 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 2


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Article Changed Old lines New lines
ANZAC DAY MARCH. PROBLEMS OF NEW ROUTE Cenotaph May Be Discarded. CITY SECTION OF MARCH UNDECIDED. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 10 August 1935 [Issue No.25,061] page 12 2017-07-27 15:01 - Alteration of tho arrangements for the
ference that the- route in future should
be to the.Shririd.of Remembrance, win
raise many complex problems for discna.
sion at a meeting of the Anzac c'om-
ing the last few years the march nr.
rangements have varied only jn n tevr
has now: been made will entail many
The' difficulties to be overcome aro
not matters of. detail, but affect the
yet -to bo' determined, and the position
in which the Cenotaph, If ,it is used
will bo erected.- For many years I he
House has bfcen a place of pilgrimage
saluted by the- marching troops, it is
as two focal points would be impossible
The arguments. in. favor of a change in
the route of; the march were that tin-
Shrlric, as well as -being a suitable point
march \'and an. easier gradient. One i
proposnl' hos been for an assembly area
Alteration of the arrangements for the
ference that the route in future should
be to the Shrine of Remembrance, will
raise many complex problems for discus-
sion at a meeting of the Anzac Com-
ing the last few years the march ar-
rangements have varied only in a few
has now been made will entail many
The difficulties to be overcome are
not matters of detail, but affect the
yet to be determined, and the position
in which the Cenotaph, if it is used
will be erected. For many years the
House has been a place of pilgrimage
saluted by the marching troops, it is
as two focal points would be impossible.
The arguments in favor of a change in
the route of the march were that the
Shrine, as well as being a suitable point
march and an easier gradient. One
proposal' hos been for an assembly area
ORMONDE'S PASSENGERS. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 10 May 1932 [Issue No.9,319] page 8 2017-07-27 13:40 ORMONDE'S PASSENGER&
Ormonde, which passed through Fre
„ Dr. S. W. Shields, of Collins-street, MeJ
Mint, Melbourne, He is travelling to Eng
Mr. J. M. Crawford, chief electrical en?
gineer of the Commonwealth Postal De
ORMONDE'S PASSENGERS.
Ormonde, which passed through Fre-
Dr. S. W. Shields, of Collins-street, MeJ
Mint, Melbourne, He is travelling to Eng-
Mr. J. M. Crawford, chief electrical en-
gineer of the Commonwealth Postal De-
SELL OLD GOLD CAREFULLY Have It Valued First (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Thursday 5 May 1932 [Issue No.2,744] page 6 2017-07-27 13:38 should have it valued by a reliable ex
pert, said the former master of the Mel.
bourne Mint (Mr. W. M1. Robins), who
is a passenger for London by the Or
bad been offered £1
Robins has been as
rear sovereigns have
There is little de
Employes are now1
assaying and reduc
quant·iies of old
a year 25.000 parcels
dealt witu.
Ingot {old is being shipped away to
,help right the adverse overseas balance,
and each bar, weifghing 400 oz., is worth
Perth has the only other mint operat
He and his wife are on a holiday tripI
should have it valued by a reliable ex-
pert, said the former master of the Mel-
bourne Mint (Mr. W. M. Robins), who
is a passenger for London by the Or-
had been offered £1
Robins has been as-
year sovereigns have
There is little de-
Employes are now
assaying and reduc-
quantities of old
a year 25,000 parcels
dealt with.
Ingot gold is being shipped away to
help right the adverse overseas balance,
and each bar, weighing 400 oz., is worth
Perth has the only other mint operat-
He and his wife are on a holiday trip
ITEMS OF INTEREST. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 4 May 1932 [Issue No.26,744] page 11 2017-07-27 13:32 Ill i ci ti-ut ri Airs A\ Al 1 obi ] ii
1 «he 1 ic t i hy na I» ".? neu i.h _i
*-tu lio \l li îrnt
The portrait of Mrs. W. M. Robins pub-
lished yesterday was by Spencer Shier
Studios, Melbourne.
ENDORSED U.A.R. CANDIDATES AT STATE ELECTION. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 3 May 1932 [Issue No.26,743] page 5 2017-07-27 13:22 A NOTED CHARITABLE WORKER.-Mrs. W. M. Robin«., president
of the Ouccn Victoria Hospital auxiliaries, will Icavn to-day with Mr. Robins
(former deputy governor of the Mclhourno Mint) on a holiday trip abroad.
She was tho guest of honour yesterday at a party given by the president of
Ihe hospital committee (Mrs. Norman Brooltcs)
A NOTED CHARITABLE WORKER.—Mrs. W. M. Robins, president
of the Queen Victoria Hospital auxiliaries, will leave to-day with Mr. Robins
(former deputy governor of the Melbourne Mint) on a holiday trip abroad.
She was the guest of honour yesterday at a party given by the president of
the hospital committee (Mrs. Norman Brookes)
Anzac Observance PRINCIPAL SERVICE AT SHRINE First That Has Been Held There (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 25 April 1936 [Issue No.27,981] page 22 2017-07-21 16:28 First That Has Been Held There j
After weeks of organisation arrangements have been made for I
First That Has Been Held There
After weeks of organisation arrangements have been made for
CENOTAPH PROPOSAL (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 5 May 1934 [Issue No.3475] page 24 2017-07-21 16:09 "PERMISSION to erect a permanent
A Cenotaph on Parliament House
The secretary of the league iMr C. W.
Joyce) said on April 26 that the struc
which had already been promised m
Cenotaph have been received by mem
designed- to harmonise with the archi
successful on record. This, the state
such solicitude for the Shrine ap
PERMISSION to erect a permanent
Cenotaph on Parliament House
The secretary of the league (Mr C. W.
Joyce) said on April 26 that the struc-
which had already been promised in
Cenotaph have been received by mem-
designed to harmonise with the archi-
successful on record. This, the state-
such solicitude for the Shrine ap-
ANZAC DAY, 1934 MELBOURNE REMEMBERS (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 28 April 1934 [Issue No.4,451] page 11 2017-07-21 16:07 by the sacrifice and agony of Ansae. Ere
the first rays of dawn men were gather
through a city wrapped In a Sabbath
and scarlet, popples mingled with nose
sprigs of' rosemary and sprays of the
blue-green gufli our soldiers loved so well.
the annual march, while from early morn
by the sacrifice and agony of Anzac. Ere
the first rays of dawn men were gather-
through a city wrapped in a Sabbath
and scarlet, poppies mingled with nose-
sprigs of rosemary and sprays of the
blue-green gum our soldiers loved so well.
the annual march, while from early morn-
ANZAC DAY. Melbourne Arrangements. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 20 April 1934 [Issue No.24,654] page 7 2017-07-21 16:04 the country areas arc expected to reach
expected that between fiOOO and 10.000
will be held. A new "temporary" Ceno
taph will be placed in position on Tues
w the special enclosures there are now
the country areas are expected to reach
expected that between 8000 and 10,000
will be held. A new "temporary" Ceno-
taph will be placed in position on Tues-
in the special enclosures there are now
ANZAC DAY New Cenotaph Needed (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 14 April 1934 [Issue No.27,349] page 22 2017-07-21 16:02 for a pcrmament memorial that it pro-
for a permanent memorial that it pro-

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