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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,512,336
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,643
3 noelwoodhouse 2,979,952
4 annmanley 2,243,541
5 John.F.Hall 2,209,176
...
75 raewilson 426,249
76 Sharon.Nunn 426,047
77 brucehowlett 423,239
78 JPEditor 415,467
79 ainsworthscrivenmcdonald 414,801
80 desmodium 413,325

415,467 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 1,443
May 2017 1,691
April 2017 1,037
March 2017 10,473
February 2017 22,079
January 2017 31,067
December 2016 35,258
November 2016 38,533
October 2016 27,598
September 2016 8,817
August 2015 5
December 2014 4
June 2014 858
April 2014 2,277
March 2014 12,882
February 2014 17,113
January 2014 27,033
December 2013 24,823
November 2013 5,563
October 2013 509
September 2013 307
July 2013 25
June 2013 75
January 2013 837
December 2012 654
November 2012 448
October 2012 115
September 2012 254
August 2012 15
July 2012 20
June 2012 221
May 2012 67
December 2011 37
August 2011 9,986
July 2011 16,118
June 2011 5,863
May 2011 14,791
April 2011 40,068
March 2011 30,875
February 2011 23,165
January 2011 2,463

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,512,305
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,643
3 noelwoodhouse 2,979,952
4 annmanley 2,243,471
5 John.F.Hall 2,209,171
...
75 raewilson 426,249
76 Sharon.Nunn 426,047
77 brucehowlett 423,218
78 JPEditor 415,467
79 ainsworthscrivenmcdonald 414,687
80 desmodium 413,325

415,467 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 1,443
May 2017 1,691
April 2017 1,037
March 2017 10,473
February 2017 22,079
January 2017 31,067
December 2016 35,258
November 2016 38,533
October 2016 27,598
September 2016 8,817
August 2015 5
December 2014 4
June 2014 858
April 2014 2,277
March 2014 12,882
February 2014 17,113
January 2014 27,033
December 2013 24,823
November 2013 5,563
October 2013 509
September 2013 307
July 2013 25
June 2013 75
January 2013 837
December 2012 654
November 2012 448
October 2012 115
September 2012 254
August 2012 15
July 2012 20
June 2012 221
May 2012 67
December 2011 37
August 2011 9,986
July 2011 16,118
June 2011 5,863
May 2011 14,791
April 2011 40,068
March 2011 30,875
February 2011 23,165
January 2011 2,463

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Daughters Of The Service (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Wednesday 19 September 1934 [Issue No.5233] page 2 2017-06-28 18:46 FIRST HEAT of 75 yards championship, restricted to daughters oj
employees, at the annual inter-depot sports of the Tramways De
partment' on Sy dney Sports Ground.
FIRST HEAT of 75 yards championship, restricted to daughters of
employees, at the annual inter-depot sports of the Tramways De-
Daughters of the Service (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Tuesday 18 September 1934 [Issue No.7711] page 9 2017-06-28 18:45 —"or.xxw''—
First heat of 75 yards championship , restricted to daughters of employees t at to
day's annual inlcr-dcpot sports of the Tramways Department on Sydney Sports
Ground ,

First heat of 75 yards championship, restricted to daughters of employees, at to-
day's annual inter-depot sports of the Tramways Department on Sydney Sports
Ground.
FIVE YEARS' GAOL AND BANISHMENT FOR LIFE. Frenchman Pays For Assault. Paris, Monday. (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Tuesday 13 March 1934 [Issue No.6600] page 3 2017-06-28 17:13 FOR tlFE.
Frenchman Paya
deportation to French Guiana tor lite
36, a Boulogne fruiterer, who drunk-,
only assaulted and seriously Injured
the eye of a British sailor, /
A.RTHX3R CHIPPERFIELD, the surprise selection of the Australian cricket
team, being intfoduced to the listening public bp a radio sports commenta
tor, at the send-off at the Central Station, Sydney. (See page ct for other
photographs, of the tend-off). . \
FOR LIFE.
Frenchman Pays
deportation to French Guiana tor life
35, a Boulogne fruiterer, who drunk-
enly assaulted and seriously injured
the eye of a British sailor.
ARTHUR CHIPPERFIELD, the surprise selection of the Australian cricket
team, being introduced to the listening public by a radio sports commenta-
tor, at the send-off at the Central Station, Sydney. (See page 6 for other
photographs of the send-off).
Irwin Roads Board. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Thursday 16 April 1908 [Issue No.186] page 4 2017-06-28 16:30 House, Dongarra, on April 6. Present -
forming the Board of the gaaettal of
pany's land to be written off, -— Re-
distract, asking him, if possible, to get
6d ; Alfred Plester, £16 15s 6d ; Com-
stantine and Gardner, £1 13s 2d 3.
Delmage, £2 2s ; H. J. Money, £4 Ua
8d and 1s.
House, Dongarra, on April 6. Present
forming the Board of the gazettal of
pany's land to be written off, — Re-
district, asking him, if possible, to get
6d ; Alfred Plester, £16 15s 6d ; Con-
stantine and Gardner, £1 13s 2d; J.
Delmage, £2 2s ; H. J. Money, £4 11s
8d and £1 1s.
Lunch To Test Team (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Wednesday 7 March 1934 [Issue No.7545] page 11 2017-06-28 12:48 Stan McCabe (left) and Arthur Chtppcrfield , at the luncheon at the Millions Club
io'day , to farewell members of the Australian Test team.
Stan McCabe (left) and Arthur Chipperfield, at the luncheon at the Millions Club
to-day, to farewell members of the Australian Test team.
The Tall Bowler (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Friday 25 November 1932 [Issue No.4668] page 1 2017-06-28 11:15 3
, The Tall Bowler |
Bowes, the' tall English bowler, o n the left, talking to an enthusiast,
.. among the crowd which welcomed the English team at Central
Station. Antes, wearing a turned down hat, is on the left of
The Tall Bowler
among the crowd which welcomed the English team at Central
Station. Ames, wearing a turned down hat, is on the left of
Kiddies' Friends (Article), The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938), Monday 17 December 1934 [Issue No.3443] page 5 2017-06-28 09:10 tom, Messrs. D. MeEnery and L.
tom, Messrs. D. McEnery and L.
Kiddies' Friends (Article), The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938), Monday 17 December 1934 [Issue No.3443] page 5 2017-06-28 08:56 I — — i
I Kiddies' Friends f
t i
C. Parr and O. Laweon; centre,
Messrs. L. Harris and J. Neath; bot

Kiddies' Friends

C. Parr and O. Lawson; centre,
Messrs. L. Harris and J. Neath; bot-
Opened For Grade XI. (Article), The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938), Thursday 6 December 1934 [Issue No.3434] page 3 2017-06-28 03:40
Opened For Grade XI. (Article), The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938), Thursday 6 December 1934 [Issue No.3434] page 3 2017-06-28 03:39 | Opened For Grade XI. I
JACK CHEQWYN ( Randwlok) an d W. A. BROWN (Marriekvills),who
Opened for the Combined N.8.WVC rtcket Association team against the
G-P.S. XI. at the 8.C.G. yesterday.
Opened For Grade XI.
JACK CHEGWYN ( Randwick) and W. A. BROWN (Marrickville), who
opened for the Combined N.S.W. Cricket Association team against the
G.P.S. XI. at the S.C.G. yesterday.

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    Sub-title of a series of 126 short crime fiction stories appearing irregularly in the Sydney Morning Herald during 1954 (21 Jan to 23 Dec). Includes contributions from a number of leading contemporary UK crime fiction authors, e.g., Michael Innes, Cyril Hare, Edmund Crispin, Gladys Mitchell, etc..

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