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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,363,077
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,228,065
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,340
...
322 MarE11 106,292
323 lynnateri 105,872
324 eirene 105,356
325 JennyPoss 105,150
326 Sharon.L.Bergman 105,142
327 prue 104,823

105,150 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 4,358
February 2017 5,233
January 2017 1,436
September 2016 114
October 2015 53
September 2015 224
August 2015 760
July 2015 512
June 2015 453
May 2015 1,963
April 2015 4,242
March 2015 1,947
February 2015 2,180
January 2015 2,149
December 2014 1,826
November 2014 4,179
October 2014 4,922
September 2014 9,350
August 2014 11,856
July 2014 7,320
June 2014 1,902
May 2014 62
April 2014 1,006
March 2014 664
February 2014 1,407
January 2014 558
December 2013 632
October 2013 790
September 2013 2,895
August 2013 501
July 2013 1,360
June 2013 1,567
May 2013 192
February 2013 184
January 2013 635
December 2012 761
November 2012 958
October 2012 377
September 2012 583
August 2012 706
June 2012 77
May 2012 60
April 2012 13
March 2012 893
February 2012 1,196
January 2012 84
December 2011 1,662
November 2011 2,934
October 2011 53
September 2011 2,033
August 2011 3,051
July 2011 511
June 2011 2,386
May 2011 6,510
April 2011 870

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,363,074
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,227,995
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,335
...
321 MarE11 106,292
322 lynnateri 105,751
323 eirene 105,356
324 JennyPoss 105,150
325 Sharon.L.Bergman 105,142
326 prue 104,823

105,150 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 4,358
February 2017 5,233
January 2017 1,436
September 2016 114
October 2015 53
September 2015 224
August 2015 760
July 2015 512
June 2015 453
May 2015 1,963
April 2015 4,242
March 2015 1,947
February 2015 2,180
January 2015 2,149
December 2014 1,826
November 2014 4,179
October 2014 4,922
September 2014 9,350
August 2014 11,856
July 2014 7,320
June 2014 1,902
May 2014 62
April 2014 1,006
March 2014 664
February 2014 1,407
January 2014 558
December 2013 632
October 2013 790
September 2013 2,895
August 2013 501
July 2013 1,360
June 2013 1,567
May 2013 192
February 2013 184
January 2013 635
December 2012 761
November 2012 958
October 2012 377
September 2012 583
August 2012 706
June 2012 77
May 2012 60
April 2012 13
March 2012 893
February 2012 1,196
January 2012 84
December 2011 1,662
November 2011 2,934
October 2011 53
September 2011 2,033
August 2011 3,051
July 2011 511
June 2011 2,386
May 2011 6,510
April 2011 870

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TOWN COUNCIL COMMITTEES PUBLIC WORKS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Tuesday 20 September 1904 [Issue No.17,935] page 4 2017-03-27 19:24 asphalting to bo done 011 the strip of
Hodges moved that the council be re
round the band stand. Cr. Brownbill se
grant permission to tho Statue and Xm
. provement Committee to erect lattice
work alongside the iron fence 011 tho
south side of the theatre, facing Moora
Market-squaro reserve was left- in the
hands of the mayor, the chairman (Aid.
asphalting to bo done on the strip of
Hodges moved that the council be re-
round the band stand. Cr. Brownbill se-
grant permission to the Statue and Im
provement Committee to erect lattice
work alongside the iron fence on the
south side of the theatre, facing Moora-
Market-square reserve was left in the
hands of the mayor, the chairman (Ald.
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 10 September 1904 [Issue No.17,927] page 2 2017-03-27 19:20 An address in book form commemora
of. the Statue and Improvement Commit-,
King lid ward VII. It was before the
favorablo notice. The covers arc- of
Morocco, nicely gilded, and the inscrip
VII." The address is artistically illumi
nated, and is surmounted with a repre
statuo and the unveiling ceremony aro
interleaved, 'and an abridged report of
the opening ceremony from tlio "Adver
tiser"-is printed on the back. Tho cover,
a beautiful specimen of tho bookbinder's
of charge by 31 r. W. List, of James
street, Geeloug. Mr. Walter Hitchcock,
for tho presentation to'His Majesty. Tho
An address in book form commemora-
of the Statue and Improvement Commit-,
King Edward VII. It was before the
favorable notice. The covers are of
Morocco, nicely gilded, and the inscrip-
VII." The address is artistically illumi-
nated, and is surmounted with a repre-
statue and the unveiling ceremony are
interleaved, and an abridged report of
the opening ceremony from the "Adver
tiser" is printed on the back. The cover,
a beautiful specimen of the bookbinder's
of charge by Mr. W. List, of James
street, Geelong. Mr. Walter Hitchcock,
for the presentation to His Majesty. The
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 8 September 1904 [Issue No.17,925] page 2 2017-03-27 19:17 A meeting of the market committee of tlio
Town Council was held last evening, Aid.
Storrer boiug in the chair. All the members
were present with one exception._ The Statue
the Queen's statue. - It was agreed to offer
the committee some lcerbing, the iron fence
Tlie market inspector, Mr. Jas. Hart, wrote
suggesting that the notice boards in the mar
ket be repainted and relettered. The sur
veyor was ordered to report-at the next
A meeting of the market committee of the
Town Council was held last evening, Ald.
Storrer being in the chair. All the members
were present with one exception. The Statue
the Queen's statue. It was agreed to offer
the committee some kerbing, the iron fence
The market inspector, Mr. Jas. Hart, wrote
suggesting that the notice boards in the mar-
ket be repainted and relettered. The sur-
veyor was ordered to report at the next
TOWN TALE. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Wednesday 7 September 1904 [Issue No.17,924] page 2 2017-03-27 19:14 A meeting of thoniarket committee
will be held this evening, when miscel
laneous business will be dealt with. Con
Coirimiltee for iron fencing to bo placed
A meeting of the market committee
will be held this evening, when miscel-
laneous business will be dealt with. Con-
Coirimiltee for iron fencing to be placed
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 13 August 1904 [Issue No.17,903] page 2 2017-03-27 19:08 The'--market committee of the Town
Council will receive.two deputations at
the town hall on Monday evening;. Ono.
deputation wiH bring under notice tho
condition of the cabs and liackney car
riages of the town, and the "other, con
improvement committee, is anxious -to
use of tho bandstand and kiosk.
The market committee of the Town
Council will receive two deputations at
the town hall on Monday evening. One
deputation will bring under notice the
condition of the cabs and hackney car-
riages of the town, and the other, con-
improvement committee, is anxious to
use of the bandstand and kiosk.
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 4 August 1904 [Issue No.17,895] page 2 2017-03-27 19:04 In-connection with* the envelope col
ia aid of the Queen's Statue and Im
provement Fund, tho largest amount
which won one of the presentation pic
tures of the unveiling ceremony. Tho
was accompanied by Mr. G-. M. Hitch
cock, and Lieut.-Col. Itashleigh. In
making the presentation Cr. Brown stat
ed that the statue had been erected jn
honor of tho greatest woman who had
ever' lived. He hoped whenever they
Mr. Hitchcock also addressed the hoys,
had attended to carry out- the function,
and trusted that tho erection of the
statue would-encourage a patriotic feel
Three chcer.s were given by the boys for
give the boys a half-holiday during tho
present week, and tho boys received tlie
In connection with the envelope col-
in aid of the Queen's Statue and Im-
provement Fund, the largest amount
which won one of the presentation pic-
tures of the unveiling ceremony. The
was accompanied by Mr. G. M. Hitch-
cock, and Lieut.-Col. Rashleigh. In
making the presentation Cr. Brown stat-
ed that the statue had been erected in
honor of the greatest woman who had
ever lived. He hoped whenever they
Mr. Hitchcock also addressed the boys,
had attended to carry out the function,
and trusted that the erection of the
statue would encourage a patriotic feel-
Three cheers were given by the boys for
give the boys a half-holiday during the
present week, and the boys received the
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 23 July 1904 [Issue No.17,885] page 2 2017-03-27 19:01 The weekly meeting of . the Queen's
The weekly meeting of the Queen's
THE NIGHTSOIL QUESTION. DISCUSSION BY THE TOWN COUNCIL. AN ANIMATED DEBATE. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 21 July 1904 [Issue No.17,883] page 2 2017-03-27 18:57 }Ir. Hiichcock trusted that the question
on its merits. The council had been exceed
inch* liberal in regard to the statue and im
provement. committee, but ~if ha was asked
which was preferable to hare, the statue and
ihe improvements carried out, or sweet air,
whole square pulled down than that tho com
smells'that existed from time to time. It was
a birr question, bu't had to be grappled with
As a' large ratepayer, ho would not object if it
involved the council in a small extra rato.
tho ratepayers that should bo considered. A1)
cheerfu% put up with an extra rato ill order
to get tho matter settled.
Mr. Hiichcock trusted that the question
on its merits. The council had been exceed-
ingly liberal in regard to the statue and im-
provement committee, but if ha was asked
which was preferable to have, the statue and
the improvements carried out, or sweet air,
whole square pulled down than that the com-
smells that existed from time to time. It was
a big question, but had to be grappled with
As a large ratepayer, he would not object if it
involved the council in a small extra rate.
the ratepayers that should be considered. All
cheerfully put up with an extra rato inorder
to get the matter settled.
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Tuesday 12 July 1904 [Issue No.17,875] page 2 2017-03-27 17:37 Mr. Hitchcock pointed out that,' in
France and^ America; -he noticed both
unfenced, the public Deing trusted ..to
abstain from injuring them. .-Thy."pic-;
ture was'then handed over tb.theTTead
teacher, who -made, a suitable response
to the mayor's remarks./ The scholars
sang the National Anthem, and' gave
cheers'for the King, the mayor, the
school,; but the heartiest cheering of all
| was given, for the mayor on his-request-'
j ing that the rest of the afternoon might
| be granted as a>Holiday to the scholars
j in honor of the occasion. . ^
Mr. Hitchcock pointed out that, in
France and America, he noticed both
unfenced, the public being trusted to
abstain from injuring them. The pic-
ture was then handed over to the Head
teacher, who made a suitable response
to the mayor's remarks. The scholars
sang the National Anthem, and gave
cheers for the King, the mayor, the
school, but the heartiest cheering of all
was given, for the mayor on his request-
ing that the rest of the afternoon might
be granted as a holiday to the scholars
in honor of the occasion.
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Tuesday 12 July 1904 [Issue No.17,875] page 2 2017-03-27 17:35 I A'surprise visit was paid.to Swaiistori
! street state, school' yesterday afternoon
by the mayor of Geelong (Cr. Neil Camp
bell), who .was accompanied by Mr. 6.
M. HitclicocTr, representing the Queen's
the Board of Advice," Colonel C. Rash
leigli and Mr. T. G. Moore."-The object
'on behalf of Mr. E. J. F. Sayers, mayor
of Geelong West, a liandsomely-framed
photograph of the ?unveiling of tlio statue
of "the late Queen, sis a memento' of tlie
event.'* The mayor, in making ' the/ pre
sentation,- told the children "that .the
statue was theirs, as they were tile ris
ing citizens of Geelong.,; He felt sure
that tliey would take a prido in lielp'ing
to preserve it, and all other works car
ried on for the beautifying of the town.;
A surprise visit was paid to Swanston
street state school yesterday afternoon
by the mayor of Geelong (Cr. Neil Camp-
bell), who was accompanied by Mr. G.
M. Hitchcock, representing the Queen's
the Board of Advice, Colonel C. Rash-
leigh and Mr. T. G. Moore. The object
on behalf of Mr. E. J. F. Sayers, mayor
of Geelong West, a handsomely-framed
photograph of the unveiling of the statue
of the late Queen, as a memento of the
event. The mayor, in making the pre-
sentation, told the children that the
statue was theirs, as they were the ris-
ing citizens of Geelong. He felt sure
that tliey would take a pride in helping
to preserve it, and all other works car-
ried on for the beautifying of the town.

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