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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,504,444
2 NeilHamilton 3,077,652
3 noelwoodhouse 2,968,504
4 annmanley 2,242,370
5 John.F.Hall 2,197,376
...
263 Cerridwen 137,543
264 rmcn6459 137,515
265 Phil.Drew 136,909
266 GlennD61 136,579
267 Lance.Dwyer 135,597
268 HelenAnderson 135,288

136,579 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 3,176
March 2017 48
February 2017 214
January 2017 723
December 2016 1,784
November 2016 2,719
October 2016 4,489
September 2016 5,552
August 2016 3,437
July 2016 540
June 2016 1,297
May 2016 587
April 2016 102
March 2016 26
February 2016 37
December 2015 52
November 2015 6
October 2015 282
September 2015 3,580
August 2015 4,642
July 2015 3,932
June 2015 6,462
May 2015 5,048
April 2015 4,429
March 2015 4,389
February 2015 2,029
January 2015 2,434
December 2014 1,672
October 2014 1,131
September 2014 4,112
August 2014 3,317
July 2014 592
June 2014 48
May 2014 44
April 2014 467
March 2014 449
February 2014 455
January 2014 77
December 2013 196
November 2013 44
October 2013 504
September 2013 2,131
August 2013 3,944
July 2013 4,021
June 2013 1,621
May 2013 1,742
April 2013 786
March 2013 2,179
February 2013 819
January 2013 489
December 2012 411
November 2012 2,021
October 2012 1,178
September 2012 827
August 2012 2,632
July 2012 2,623
June 2012 1,255
May 2012 3,812
April 2012 3,827
March 2012 1,064
February 2012 1,989
January 2012 3,818
December 2011 1,870
November 2011 754
October 2011 601
September 2011 1,012
August 2011 455
July 2011 2,039
June 2011 2,215
May 2011 1,855
April 2011 199
March 2011 1,182
February 2011 1,182
January 2011 1,474
December 2010 947
November 2010 653
October 2010 511
September 2010 337
August 2010 772
July 2010 208

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,504,413
2 NeilHamilton 3,077,652
3 noelwoodhouse 2,968,504
4 annmanley 2,242,300
5 John.F.Hall 2,197,371
...
263 Cerridwen 137,543
264 rmcn6459 137,515
265 Phil.Drew 136,909
266 GlennD61 136,579
267 Lance.Dwyer 135,597
268 HelenAnderson 135,288

136,579 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 3,176
March 2017 48
February 2017 214
January 2017 723
December 2016 1,784
November 2016 2,719
October 2016 4,489
September 2016 5,552
August 2016 3,437
July 2016 540
June 2016 1,297
May 2016 587
April 2016 102
March 2016 26
February 2016 37
December 2015 52
November 2015 6
October 2015 282
September 2015 3,580
August 2015 4,642
July 2015 3,932
June 2015 6,462
May 2015 5,048
April 2015 4,429
March 2015 4,389
February 2015 2,029
January 2015 2,434
December 2014 1,672
October 2014 1,131
September 2014 4,112
August 2014 3,317
July 2014 592
June 2014 48
May 2014 44
April 2014 467
March 2014 449
February 2014 455
January 2014 77
December 2013 196
November 2013 44
October 2013 504
September 2013 2,131
August 2013 3,944
July 2013 4,021
June 2013 1,621
May 2013 1,742
April 2013 786
March 2013 2,179
February 2013 819
January 2013 489
December 2012 411
November 2012 2,021
October 2012 1,178
September 2012 827
August 2012 2,632
July 2012 2,623
June 2012 1,255
May 2012 3,812
April 2012 3,827
March 2012 1,064
February 2012 1,989
January 2012 3,818
December 2011 1,870
November 2011 754
October 2011 601
September 2011 1,012
August 2011 455
July 2011 2,039
June 2011 2,215
May 2011 1,855
April 2011 199
March 2011 1,182
February 2011 1,182
January 2011 1,474
December 2010 947
November 2010 653
October 2010 511
September 2010 337
August 2010 772
July 2010 208

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PORT CAROLINA FATALITY. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Tuesday 6 September 1910 [Issue No.19,912] page 7 2017-06-22 22:30 PORT CAROLINA FATALITY.
AH enquiry into the cause ot death of
Uohn Ross, who succumbed to injuries re
Caroline at the Semaphore auchoraee on
Miturday afternoon was held by the City
Coroner (Dr. Ramsay Smith). :it the Port
'Adelaide Police Station on .Monday morn
Ing. Mr, K. Cruiekshank appeared for the
Widow and relatives of deceased.
report of the accident given in The Itejjister
on Monday. All the witnesses, in
cluding Ootlicb Xiels Jensen (fore
man stevedore), Peter llohins (yard
arm winehmnn), and Robert I'rry (hatcli
of the steamer. The Coroner found a ver
the evidence. ? .
PORT CAROLINE FATALITY.
An enquiry into the cause of death of
John Ross, who succumbed to injuries re-
Caroline at the Semaphore anchorage on
Saturday afternoon was held by the City
Coroner (Dr. Ramsay Smith). at the Port
Adelaide Police Station on Monday morn-
Ing. Mr. K. Cruickshank appeared for the
widow and relatives of deceased.
report of the accident given in The Register
on Monday. All the witnesses, in-
cluding Gotlieb Niels Jensen (fore-
man stevedore), Peter Robins (yard-
arm winchman), and Robert Urry (hatch-
of the steamer. The Coroner found a ver-
the evidence.
NAVAL ACTIVITY. MODELS OF A MONITOR. LONDON, September 5. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Tuesday 6 September 1910 [Issue No.19,912] page 7 2017-06-22 22:26 LONDON. September 5.
VorwartJ?. the leading Berlin Socialist
at a feverish rate on ^lie construction ol
models of a monitor intended for the de
struction of Dreadnouchis. Vorwarts
monitor. Pin- will be -i cruiser 280 ft. in
length and 40 ft. beam, with a draupht
of 20 ft. and 5 ft. above the watcrline.
The armament will include two 16.7 jjuns
5,!M0 lh. There will lie a fdnele turret
aniidshiiis. turning in 'all directions. The
and will lx' driven by four motors, each of
6.000 horsepower. The monitor will cost
considerablv less than a Dreadnought, and
le Invulnerable to attack by 12-inch guns.
LONDON, September 5.
Vorwarts, the leading Berlin Socialist
at a feverish rate on the construction of
models of a monitor intended for the de-
struction of Dreadnoughts. Vorwarts
monitor. She will be a cruiser 280 ft. in
length and 46 ft. beam, with a draupht
of 20 ft. and 5 ft. above the waterline.
The armament will include two 16.7 guns
5,940 lb. There will be a single turret
amidships, turning in all directions. The
and will be driven by four motors, each of
6,000 horsepower. The monitor will cost
considerably less than a Dreadnought, and
be Invulnerable to attack by 12-inch guns.
British Monitor Destroyed. LONDON, May 17. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Friday 19 May 1916 [Issue No.21,693] page 6 2017-06-22 22:11 LONDON, Slav 17.
It is officially reported that Turkish artil
lery set fire to and destroyed a anall Bri
tkh monitor on Saturday last, May 13.
Two men were killed and two -wounded.
LONDON, May 17.
It is officially reported that Turkish artil-
lery set fire to and destroyed a small Bri-
tish monitor on Saturday last, May 13.
Two men were killed and two wounded.
British Monitor Slink. LONDON, September 21. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Monday 23 September 1918 [Issue No.22,425] page 5 2017-06-22 21:57 LONjX/N. September 21,
The Admiralty reports that a Britkh
as the result of. an internal explosion. One
officer and 19 men were killed by the ex
presumed they have 'been killed.
LONDON, September 21,
The Admiralty reports that a British
as the result of an internal explosion. One
officer and 19 men were killed by the ex-
presumed they have been killed.
Austrian Monitor Mined. NISH. November 24. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Wednesday 25 November 1914 [Issue No.21,230] page 7 2017-06-22 21:43 -' NISH,. November '24.
Five, Austrian vver monitors had been
in; the habit of steaming up to fhe Servian
-positions on the' River' Save, 'and shelling
the trenches alone the banks of- the stream.
.The Servian shells fell harmlessly, on the
ivessels, and it was decided to lay a mine.
Eight Servian 'soldiers volunteered for the
,dapger6us 'duiyJ * They boarded a flatbot
tomed fishing boat, : and . escaped notice
from the Austrian snipers on .the opposite
When thci monitors made' their next visit
the leading vessel touched a mine, ex
ploded, and sank. ' :
NISH, November 24.
Five Austrian river monitors had been
in the habit of steaming up to the Servian
positions on the River Save, and shelling
the trenches alone the banks of the stream.
The Servian shells fell harmlessly, on the
vessels, and it was decided to lay a mine.
Eight Servian soldiers volunteered for the
dangerous duty. They boarded a flat-bot-
tomed fishing boat, and escaped notice
from the Austrian snipers on the opposite
When the monitors made their next visit
the leading vessel touched a mine, ex-
ploded, and sank.
Burning Monitor Torpedoed. LONDON, November 28. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Saturday 30 November 1918 [Issue No.22,484] page 7 2017-06-22 21:19 into Beleium. The monitor . Glatten,
took dire, and several explosions which
fire flproad, and threatened the ship'a
Keyes secured military help to keep tha
crowds from the harbour front, and ha
and pinnaces 'assisted in removing tha
wounded. In order to prevent greater dis
aster Admiral Keyes ordered, the destroyer
Broke to torpedo the burning ship. Ac
report at the time stated 'that 50 lives were
..lost..
into Belgium. The monitor Glatten,
took fire, and several explosions which
fire spread, and threatened the ship's
Keyes secured military help to keep the
crowds from the harbour front, and he
and pinnaces assisted in removing the
wounded. In order to prevent greater dis-
aster Admiral Keyes ordered the destroyer
Broke to torpedo the burning ship. Ac-
report at the time stated that 50 lives were
lost.
THE INDIA AT FREMANTLE. Fremantle, December 9. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Thursday 10 December 1908 [Issue No.15,647] page 11 2017-06-21 23:47 night with the following passengers:- .
For Fremantle-The Misses Smith.
For Adelaide-Captain and Mrs. Hancock
and child. '
For Melbourne-Mesdames Gnndley (and
Nichols, Nathan, Bird. Irving. Hooper, ana
Keogh, Parker, Jones. Deane, Bird, and
Jones, Lacey, Corbett, Devett, Kelly. Wil-
Hooper Major. Stone, Chaffey, Hooks, Mc
For Sydney-Mesdames Merewether (and
child). Hopkins, Daly. Nott, Wilson, Chris-
night with the following passengers:—
For Fremantle—The Misses Smith.
For Adelaide—Captain and Mrs. Hancock
and child.
For Melbourne—Mesdames Grindley (and
Nichols, Nathan, Bird, Irving, Hooper, and
Keogh, Parker, Jones, Deane, Bird, and
Jones, Lacey, Corbett, Devett, Kelly, Wil-
Hooper Major, Stone, Chaffey, Hooks, Mc-
For Sydney—Mesdames Merewether (and
child), Hopkins, Daly. Nott, Wilson, Chris-
FINED FOR ALLOWING CATTLE TO STRAY. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Monday 14 September 1908 [Issue No.13,504] page 1 2017-06-21 23:38 FINED FOR ALLOWING )
at the Adelaide Police Court' on Monday,
Hurtle Gray -was charged, on the informa
tion of Inspector Symons, of Unley, "with
Wattle-street, Unley, on September 6. after
and Mr. P. V. bmith for the defendant.
having requested the defendant -to remove
them, hut he drove them away slowly.
Hurtle Gray said he kept the cows mov
ing all the time. At the cornel- of Duthie
and Wattle streets some of the cowa
them back Daly came tip and said,he in
cows on the allotments. By Mr. .Lathlean
exercise. He paid for depasturing them oa
coachman, employed by Mrs. Sanerbier,
living in Wattle-street, said be saw the de
The defendant did not loiter, as far as tha
fined £1 and £3 2/ costs. Time was al
FINED FOR ALLOWING
at the Adelaide Police Court on Monday,
Hurtle Gray was charged, on the informa-
tion of Inspector Symons, of Unley, with
Wattle-street, Unley, on September 6 after
and Mr. F. V. Smith for the defendant.
having requested the defendant to remove
them, but he drove them away slowly.
Hurtle Gray said he kept the cows mov-
ing all the time. At the corner of Duthie
and Wattle streets some of the cows
them back Daly came up and said he in-
cows on the allotments. By Mr. Lathlean
exercise. He paid for depasturing them on
coachman, employed by Mrs. Sauerbier,
living in Wattle-street, said he saw the de-
The defendant did not loiter, as far as the
fined £1 and £3 2/ costs. Time was al-
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, August 17. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 18 August 1902 [Issue No.13,676] page 5 2017-06-21 23:33 NEAV ZEALAND.
The Chief Justice has decided that an ex
fiuiuages from 13r. Tearc.
Mr. John Duthie, who had retired front
NEW ZEALAND.
The Chief Justice has decided that an ex-
damages from Dr. Teare.
Mr. John Duthie, who had retired from
THE WRECKED [?]ON. Auckland, February 16. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Wednesday 17 February 1909 [Issue No.13,633] page 4 2017-06-21 23:31 THE WRECKED _EOK.
Auckland. February 16.
The steamer Zingara, chartered by ths
purchasers of the wreck of the -'Eon. leaves
that little trouble will be experienced irt
two holds are reported to lie intact, and the
who is representing the Sydney syndicate]
was a passenger by the Moerak'i.
THE WRECKED ÆON.
Auckland, February 16.
The steamer Zingara, chartered by the
purchasers of the wreck of theÆon, leaves
that little trouble will be experienced in
two holds are reported to be intact, and the
who is representing the Sydney syndicate,
was a passenger by the Moeraki.

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