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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,414,787
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,361
3 noelwoodhouse 2,883,745
4 annmanley 2,236,403
5 John.F.Hall 2,113,433
...
321 twoalsomeo 108,619
322 pbetteridge 108,352
323 fixitup 107,591
324 JennyPoss 107,166
325 jfhollis35 106,813
326 moon 106,604

107,166 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 1,507
March 2017 4,867
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 4,414,756
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,361
3 noelwoodhouse 2,883,745
4 annmanley 2,236,333
5 John.F.Hall 2,113,428
...
320 twoalsomeo 108,618
321 pbetteridge 108,352
322 fixitup 107,591
323 JennyPoss 107,166
324 jfhollis35 106,813
325 moon 106,560

107,166 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 1,507
March 2017 4,867
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 TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 3 May 1902 [Issue No.17,195] page 2 2017-04-09 19:27 carried. It was decided that an adver
press calling upou those.subscribers who
objected to. their subscriptions being de
voted to the ^erection of a stat ue on Bel
with-the mayor within 30 days.
carried. It was decided that an adver-

press calling upon those.subscribers who
objected to their subscriptions being de-
voted to the erection of a statue on Bel-
with the mayor within 30 days.
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 3 May 1902 [Issue No.17,195] page 2 2017-04-09 19:27 held last- evening in the Town Hall, and
was attended by His "Worship the Mayor
(Aid'. Jacobs), Mayor Cairns. Crs. Brown
bill and H. B. Brown, Lieutenant-Colo
Hendy, F. J. Iieary, G- M. and Howard
Hitchcock, "W. Lawry, M. Conran, and
W. G. Heariie. An apology was receiv
The experts, Mcsrs Bernard Hall, F. J.
Smart-, and H. Byron Moore, reported
submitted to them by the com
mittee in connection with the erec
tion of the Queen's Statue in . Geelong,
and. they "considered "that the design
and model sent- in by Mr. Clement Nash
is the best and should be" accepted, pro
here, and approved-before the-castingls
undertaken?'- Mr. Nash offered to sup
ply a bronze statue, -together with a
the four designs: were adjudicated upon
ed by Or. Brownbill, and carried after a
fulfilled, the'committee had not received
£756/8/11,-the amount- acknowledged in
tho newspapers. The total amount paid
into the bank was £651/18/1, and- the
-the meeting from Messrs.. Huddart. Par
ker and Co., W- Howard'Smith and Son,
their donations being" diverted from the
first instance-the Transvaal _ Square
-movement. It was also mentioned .-that
Dr. Croker.took a similar objection. The
."amount subscribed by these gentlemen
totalled. £37. Mr. G. M. Hitchcock
moved- that-the balance standing to the
of-providing the Queen's Statue, "subject
held last evening in the Town Hall, and
was attended by His Worship the Mayor
(Ald. Jacobs), Mayor Cairns. Crs. Brown-
bill and H. B. Brown, Lieutenant-Colo-
Hendy, F. J. Leary, G. M. and Howard
Hitchcock, W. Lawry, M. Conran, and
W. G. Hearne. An apology was receiv-
The experts, Mesrs Bernard Hall, F. J.
Smart, and H. Byron Moore, reported
submitted to them by the com-
mittee in connection with the erec-
tion of the Queen's Statue in Geelong,
and they considered that the design
and model sent in by Mr. Clement Nash
is the best and should be accepted, pro-
here, and approved before the casting ls
undertaken." Mr. Nash offered to sup-
ply a bronze statue, together with a
the four designs were adjudicated upon
ed by Cr. Brownbill, and carried after a
fulfilled, the committee had not received
£756/8/11, the amount acknowledged in
the newspapers. The total amount paid
into the bank was £651/18/1, and the
the meeting from Messrs.. Huddart. Par-
ker and Co., W. Howard Smith and Son,
their donations being diverted from the
first instance —the Transvaal Square
movement. It was also mentioned that
Dr. Croker took a similar objection. The
amount subscribed by these gentlemen
totalled £37. Mr. G. M. Hitchcock
moved tha the balance standing to the
of providing the Queen's Statue, subject
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:18 ing on this committee as a final settlement
ing on this committee as a final settlement."
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:18 o7-'O.SuiunieT, sculp
?xfe ?
Su bfllmU
mint." committee as a. final settle
lery, Melbourne; Mr C. Summers, sculp-
tor; and mr H. Byron Moore. Failing
either of these, the other two to be asked to
select a thrid colleague. That the de-
cision of these gentlemen shall be bind-
ing on this committee as a final settlement
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:16 ir'.fmHitchcock, d seconded by the
*Th . t'l Harwood, was then carried:
lhat the offers already made to supplv
the proposed statue of the late Queen, tJ
0ct-ier with Mr Nash soffer, should lie still
wish to compete, be referred to a coin
lnittec of experts in Melbourne for their
advice as to .which' they recommend for
adoption, having regard to design., ma
terial. height, cost and general suitability
for the position selected. That <meh
committee consist of the following 'Tenitc
nien. who, it is believed. 111 a smrit of
patriotism and friendly interest in tho
to act:-Sir Bernard Hall. National GaC
G. M. Hitchcock, and seconded by the
Hon. T. C. Harwood, was then carried:—
"That the offers already made to supply
the proposed statue of the late Queen, to-
gether with Mr Nash's offer, should he still
wish to compete, be referred to a com-
mittee of experts in Melbourne for their
advice as to which they recommend for
adoption, having regard to design, ma-
terial, height, cost and general suitability
for the position selected. That such
committee consist of the following gentle-
men. who, it is believed. in a sprit of
patriotism and friendly interest in the
to act:—Mr Bernard Hall. National Gal-
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:13 l^VVej?hty lo1?ical speech was made
by the Hon. 1. C. Harwood. M.L.C., and
others .wlro spoke were Cr Brownbill, Mr
Conran, Lieut.-Col. Kashleigh, Cr Cairns,
i jr" n '' Hendy, Mr Eeid,
Iho motion for the * rescission of-the
resolution was eventually carried bv six
votes to four> those abstaining froni vot
ing including ^Cr Bannister, the Hen. T.
O. Harwood. Messrs Conran, Hendv aud
-Ueid.
A weighty and logical speech was made
by the Hon. T. C. Harwood. M.L.C., and
others who spoke were Cr Brownbill, Mr
Conran, Lieut.-Col. Rashleigh, Cr Cairns,
Cr Bannister, Mr T. F. Hendy, Mr Reid,
The motion for the rescission of the
resolution was eventually carried by six
votes to four, those abstaining from vot-
ing including Cr Bannister, the Hon. T.
C. Harwood. Messrs Conran, Hendy and
Reid.
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:11 Subject to the motion heiug carried, lie
proposed to inovo.that the offers made for
Aash s offer, should be referred to a com
the sub-committee.
j\atts made an explanatory speech,
m which he pointed oiit the reasons that
actuated the sub-committee in recom
liiending the acceptaucc of Mr White's
the recommendation, without- referring
tue rpxiort back to the sub-committee for
turther consideration.
Subject to the motion being carried, he
proposed to move.that the offers made for
Nash's offer, should be referred to a com-
As a member of the sub-committee.
Mr W\atts made an explanatory speech,
in which he pointed out the reasons that
actuated the sub-committee in recom-
mending the acceptance of Mr White's
the recommendation, without referring
the reprot back to the sub-committee for
further consideration.
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:10 Mr Dawson, i,i accordance with notice
moved-"That the resolution, accenting
' t\'° P'! er ,oE Messrs Wilcox Bros", for
, the statue be rescinded, on the ground
wS?I i f l ai expression of the
IV the whole committee, and that
the action of the committee is not con
stitutional." In the course of his re
when the resolution was carried, a num
by tile committee. The recommenda
authority of the committee. Ho ex
and asked him if lie could make a statuo
in the country for the amount. On go
rng into the question with him, Mr
\\ lute said he was prepared to make a
statue for £750. and stated that it
would be practically as good as the Ben
digo_ statue, for which ho was to receive
£11 "0. He-acquainted several members
of Iho committee with Mr White's price,
and. with the consent of the Mayor ami
vice-presidents, lie called a special meet
meeting Mr White and setting informa
tion from the hitter. The .meeting was
called for that specific purpose but- a
Bros., offering to ercct the statue. Ho
the committee could not receive the let
1,services of a professional sculptor.
-Nothing was to be gained bv calling for
competitive designs, as Mr'White had
snccceded in winning competitive de
sub-committee, although lie strongly
contended that- no outside tender should
sun-committee considered the two ten
ders. and came to the conclusion that
Messrs Wilcox Bros.' work would not bo
m the same street with Mr White's work.
Lor.seqiientlv they recommended that
being the most lasting. Mr Nash's of
Uilcox Bros., was not considered at all
one ease, it should hare been in the two.
As there were two local men in the run
ning. one got an undue advantage in.
having Ins offer accepted, to the com
pletat?xclusion of the other one. After
design. Feeling that the action of tiio
committee was hasty and iil-adivsed. he
the wliolo question. He held no brief
work ^ 'ite. whom-he judged by his
Mr G. M. Hitchcock seconded the mo
stated that- they ought to try and shape
a course which would bo acceptable not
only to those who had offered their ser
vices. but to th townspeople at large,
oubjoct- to the motion heiug carried, lie
Mr Dawson, in accordance with notice
moved —"That the resolution, accepting
the tender of Messrs Wilcox Bros. for
the statue be rescinded, on the ground
tht it is not a fair expression of the
will of the whole committee, and that
the action of the committee is not con-
stitutional." In the course of his re-
when the resolution was carried, a num-
by the committee. The recommenda-
authority of the committee. He ex-
and asked him if he could make a statue
in the country for the amount. On go-
ing into the question with him, Mr
White said he was prepared to make a
statue for £750, and stated that it
would be practically as good as the Ben-
digo statue, for which he was to receive
£1150. He acquainted several members
of the committee with Mr White's price,
and with the consent of the Mayor and
vice-presidents, he called a special meet-
meeting Mr White and setting informa-
tion from the latter. The meeting was
called for that specific purpose but a
Bros., offering to erect the statue. He
the committee could not receive the let-
services of a professional sculptor.
Nothing was to be gained by calling for
competitive designs, as Mr White had
succceded in winning competitive de-
sub-committee, although hr strongly
contended that no outside tender should
sub-committee considered the two ten-
ders, and came to the conclusion that
Messrs Wilcox Bros.' work would not be
min the same street with Mr White's work.
Conseqiiently they recommended that
being the most lasting. Mr Nash's of-
Wilcox Bros., was not considered at all
one case, it should have been in the two.
As there were two local men in the run-
ning, one got an undue advantage in
having his offer accepted, to the com-
plete exclusion of the other one. After
design. Feeling that the action of the
committee was hasty and iil-adivsed, he
the whole question. He held no brief
for Mr While, whom he judged by his
work.
Mr G. M. Hitchcock seconded the mo-
stated that they ought to try and shape
a course which would be acceptable not
only to those who had offered their ser-
vices. but to the townspeople at large,
Subject to the motion heiug carried, lie
THE QUEEN'S MEMORIAL STATUE. QUESTION REFERRED TO EXPERTS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.17,112] page 2 2017-04-09 19:02 QUESTION REFERRED XO M
PERTS. ;
A meeting of the Queen's'Statue and
Transvaal "War Memorial Fund commit
Hall-for the purpose of considering a
Worship the Mayor (Aid Jacobs) presid
ded, and. the others present were: Cr
Cairns (the Mayor . of Newtown and
Cliilwell), Cr Bannister (Mayor of Gee
Brown, the -Hon. T. C. _ Harwood,
MJj.C.,' Lieut.-Col. Kashleigh, Messrs
G. M. Hitchcock, M. Conran, J. A. Daw
son, W. J. Reid, W. J. Addis, T. IT.
of Crs Neil Campbell and Carr. Dr Cro
ker, Messrs F. BI. Douglass, W. Lawry,
J. Wighton, IT. J. Learv, and J. W.
Sayer. . * -
, Bef°ro moving his nqjrico of motion,*
ulr Dawson read a letter from the de
perches ill the town of Geelong as sites -
branch of the department" of Public
Works had been -duly not ified in the "Go
vernment' Gazette." The reservations
department- would be to hand over the
proposed Transvaal Square site to tiio
an eyesore, with the quantitv of mate
Dawson explained that nothing could be"
done to improve it. until the land was the
Mr C. Nash, monumental mason. Gee
long, wrote, stating that- he considered
an opportunity should be afforded - him
yueens memorial statue in Geelong.
His price for the statue was'£650
with at a later stage if necessarv.
The discussion, on the notice of'motion
that no heated feeling should be exhibit
Mx- Dawson, i,i accordance with notice
QUESTION REFERRED TO EX_
PERTS.
A meeting of the Queen's Statue and
Transvaal War Memorial Fund commit-
Hall for the purpose of considering a
Worship the Mayor (Ald Jacobs) presid-
ded, and the others present were: Cr
Cairns (the Mayor of Newtown and
Chiilwell), Cr Bannister (Mayor of Gee-
Brown, the Hon. T. C. Harwood,
M. L.C., Lieut.-Col. Rashleigh, Messrs
G. M. Hitchcock, M. Conran, J. A. Daw-
son, W. J. Reid, W. J. Addis, T. F.
of Crs Neil Campbell and Carr. Dr Cro-
ker, Messrs F. M. Douglass, W. Lawry,
J. Wighton, F. J. Leary, and J. W.
Sayer.
Before moving his notice of motion,
Mr. Dawson read a letter from the de-
perches in the town of Geelong as sites
branch of the department of Public
Works had been duly notified in the "Go-
vernment Gazette." The reservations
department would be to hand over the
proposed Transvaal Square site to the
an eyesore, with the quantity of mate-
Dawson explained that nothing could be
done to improve it until the land was the
Mr C. Nash, monumental mason, Gee-
long, wrote, stating that he considered
an opportunity should be afforded him
Queen's memorial statue in Geelong.
His price for the statue was £650.
with at a later stage if necessary.
The discussion, on the notice of motion
that no heated feeling should be exhibit-
Mr Dawson, i,i accordance with notice
TOWN TALK. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Friday 24 January 1902 [Issue No.17,111] page 2 2017-04-09 18:56 Statue and Transvaal "War Memorial
Fund committee, the tender of Messrs O.
"Wilcox and Bros, for the supply of a
question might be re-opened. The mat
be held this evening, at 8 o'clock. -
Statue and Transvaal War Memorial
Fund committee, the tender of Messrs C.
Wilcox and Bros, for the supply of a
question might be re-opened. The mat-
be held this evening, at 8 o'clock.

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