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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,945
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,478
...
109 ratty 313,697
110 birdwing 308,978
111 Paul.McGrath 303,534
112 JohnMA2227 300,998
113 elvie 293,956
114 pajan 285,769

300,998 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 1,212
April 2017 1,082
March 2017 4,485
February 2017 2,050
January 2017 71
December 2016 1,500
November 2016 2,883
October 2016 2,908
September 2016 2,517
August 2016 4,074
July 2016 3,254
June 2016 2,453
May 2016 604
March 2016 1
February 2016 487
January 2016 132
December 2015 1,582
November 2015 1,616
October 2015 892
September 2015 1,132
August 2015 3,372
July 2015 2,819
June 2015 4,000
May 2015 1,932
April 2015 9,374
March 2015 8,851
February 2015 6,114
January 2015 1,003
December 2014 811
November 2014 534
October 2014 481
September 2014 1,157
August 2014 4,471
July 2014 2,010
June 2014 8,114
May 2014 7,915
April 2014 4,860
March 2014 6,731
February 2014 4,846
January 2014 4,664
December 2013 8,482
November 2013 6,153
October 2013 5,505
September 2013 1,491
July 2013 648
June 2013 5,126
May 2013 10,082
April 2013 1,613
March 2013 2,350
February 2013 2,933
December 2012 2,613
November 2012 2,419
October 2012 1,831
September 2012 824
August 2012 2,164
July 2012 519
June 2012 2,277
May 2012 499
April 2012 1,626
March 2012 7,263
February 2012 9,847
January 2012 583
December 2011 1,348
November 2011 3,274
October 2011 3,034
September 2011 1,688
August 2011 786
July 2011 11,401
June 2011 5,536
May 2011 6,073
April 2011 3,067
March 2011 3,788
February 2011 8,778
January 2011 2,202
December 2010 817
November 2010 9,677
October 2010 9,097
September 2010 4,053
August 2010 4,497
July 2010 5,187
June 2010 10,778
May 2010 4,415
April 2010 3,643
March 2010 2,017

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,914
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,473
...
109 ratty 313,697
110 birdwing 308,937
111 Paul.McGrath 303,534
112 JohnMA2227 297,980
113 elvie 293,952
114 pajan 285,724

297,980 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 1,090
April 2017 934
March 2017 3,624
February 2017 1,561
January 2017 71
December 2016 1,382
November 2016 2,765
October 2016 2,208
September 2016 2,055
August 2016 4,074
July 2016 3,254
June 2016 2,453
May 2016 604
March 2016 1
February 2016 487
January 2016 132
December 2015 1,582
November 2015 1,616
October 2015 892
September 2015 1,132
August 2015 3,372
July 2015 2,819
June 2015 4,000
May 2015 1,932
April 2015 9,374
March 2015 8,851
February 2015 6,114
January 2015 1,003
December 2014 811
November 2014 534
October 2014 481
September 2014 1,157
August 2014 4,471
July 2014 2,010
June 2014 8,114
May 2014 7,915
April 2014 4,860
March 2014 6,731
February 2014 4,846
January 2014 4,664
December 2013 8,482
November 2013 6,153
October 2013 5,505
September 2013 1,491
July 2013 648
June 2013 5,126
May 2013 10,082
April 2013 1,613
March 2013 2,350
February 2013 2,933
December 2012 2,613
November 2012 2,419
October 2012 1,831
September 2012 824
August 2012 2,164
July 2012 519
June 2012 2,277
May 2012 499
April 2012 1,626
March 2012 7,263
February 2012 9,847
January 2012 583
December 2011 1,348
November 2011 3,274
October 2011 3,034
September 2011 1,688
August 2011 786
July 2011 11,401
June 2011 5,536
May 2011 6,073
April 2011 3,067
March 2011 3,788
February 2011 8,778
January 2011 2,202
December 2010 817
November 2010 9,677
October 2010 9,097
September 2010 4,053
August 2010 4,497
July 2010 5,187
June 2010 10,778
May 2010 4,415
April 2010 3,643
March 2010 2,017

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 83,619
2 mickbrook 82,485
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,408
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
8 mollyzmum 5,671
9 RodAanensen 4,183
10 poves 3,391
11 JohnMA2227 3,018
12 sonmaa 2,826
13 bainamasquelier 2,544

3,018 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 122
April 2017 148
March 2017 861
February 2017 489
December 2016 118
November 2016 118
October 2016 700
September 2016 462


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 17 May 1920 [Issue No.25,698] page 8 2017-05-23 08:14 HARRIS-WALKER.-May 14. 19». at Mindra. Thrupp
street Neutral Bay, Louise Augusta, youngest daughter
of the late Rev. W. F. Harris-Walter and E.. C.
HARRIS-WALKER.—May 14. 1920, at Nlindra, Thrupp-
street, Neutral Bay, Louise Augusta, youngest daughter
of the late Rev. W. F. Harris-Walter and E. C.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930), Sunday 16 May 1920 [Issue No.1790] page 9 2017-05-23 08:02 HARRIS-WALKER. - The Relatives and Friends
Augusta), to leave her residence, "Elindra,"
WOOD, COri'll.I. AM' COMPANY, LTD.
HARRIS-WALKER.—The Relatives and Friends
Augusta), to leave her residence, "Ulindra,"
WOOD, COFFILL AND COMPANY, LTD.
LOCAL NEWS. Inquest at Bulli. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Tuesday 1 April 1873 [Issue No.XLVIII] page 2 2017-05-22 22:39 On Saturday last, tho adjourned inquest touch
ing the doath of tho boy James Seaton, in thu
Bulli colliery, on tho previous week, was resumed
ut tho Woommtv Hotel, boforo Mr 12. F. Smith,
tho coronor for tho district, and Messrs J. M.
Graham (foreman), W. Jones, M. Cawloy, R.
Campbell, and 0. Zicms, as jurors. Mr Lewis, tho
Government Inspector of Oollici ics was also prose u t.
On Saturday last, the adjourned inquest touch-
ing the death of the boy James Seaton, in the
Bulli colliery, on the previous week, was resumed
at the Woonona Hotel, before Mr E. F. Smith,
the coroner for the district, and Messrs J. M.
Graham (foreman), W. Jones, M. Cawley, R.
Campbell, and C. Ziems, as jurors. Mr Lewis, the
Government Inspector of Collieries was also present.
FATAL ACCIDENT AT BULLI COLLIERY. (Article), Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954) , Saturday 14 May 1887 [Issue No.87] page 2 2017-05-22 22:34 FATAL ACCIDENT AT BULL!
An man, named \V:lli?inM?J
wqs killed at North iiulli Collier/ lis
morning. Thodecoueed v?ss oiling ww
rollers, mid not aeo'iig soino tracts lU
ifcrc approaching, ho was kiocked don,
and a wogf-on passed over tho fko.
length of his t>ody, which ffM frightnJj
mutilated, death heiug iiHtantnneMi.
FATAL ACCIDENT AT BULLI
An aged man, named William Moon
was killed at North Bulli Colliery this
morning. The deceased was oiling some
rollers, and not seeing some trucks that
were approaching, he was knocked down,
and a waggon passed over the whole
length of his body, which was frightfully
mutilated, death being instantaneous.
ILLAWARRA:. ITS RAILWAY AND ITS PRODUCTS. II. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 27 March 1886 [Issue No.14,978] page 8 2017-05-22 22:23 comparatively small matter.
A.
comparatively small matter. A.
BULLI. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Thursday 10 May 1888 [Issue No.96] page 2 2017-05-22 22:18 kind of "blackleg" in the shape of a young anake
jetty that tho great suporiotity of turponfino
timbor to resist the ravages of tho cobra in ' salt'
wator was first discovered. It also 1b said that it
was the coal from this mino at that liino that sc
oured for the Illawarra articlo its high roputation
fur steam purposes. It ia understood t lint Mr.
Mitcholl, one of tho moinbers for Newtown, has
to do with tho restarting of oporations at tho mine.
What with that colliery 011 the move, and tho
.-'ouih Bulli mino at Rii'sMI Valo in full Bwini; as
Bulli ?' oval ' on Saturday, botwoen tho local
toam and that, of Sherbrooke, tho lattor winning
closed tho cricket season hero, football now suc
SATURDAY NIOHT TRAINS.— Shopkeepers hero
don't like tho Saturday night trainB a bit. Pooplo
tako tho train in great numbers evory Saturday
and return by the '10 o'clock,' after 'doing'
tho ' block,' the gaslight, and the girls in Wol
longong. What it. will be when the railway is
open tho other way to Sydnoy, Is hard to sav,
as doubtless many will then ' mash tho inetrop '
' Sloepy Hollow,' as thoy now do.
kind of "blackleg" in the shape of a young snake
jetty that the great superiority of turpentine
timber to resist the ravages of the cobra in salt
water was first discovered. It also is said that it
was the coal from this mine at that time that se-
cured for the Illawarra article its high reputation
for steam purposes. It is understood that Mr.
Mitchell, one of the members for Newtown, has
to do with the restarting of operations at the mine.
What with that colliery on the move, and the
South Bulli mine at Russell Vale in full swing as
up.
Bulli "oval" on Saturday, between the local
team and that of Sherbrooke, the latter winning
closed the cricket season here, football now suc-
SATURDAY NIGHT TRAINS.— Shopkeepers here
don't like the Saturday night trains a bit. People
take the train in great numbers every Saturday
and return by the "10 o'clock," after "doing"
the "block," the gaslight, and the girls in Wol-
longong. What it will be when the railway is
open the other way to Sydney, Is hard to say,
as doubtless many will then "mash the metrop"
"Sleepy Hollow," as they now do.
BULLI. (Article), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Thursday 10 May 1888 [Issue No.96] page 2 2017-05-22 22:10 (Fkom a Correspondent )
;Snake in a -Pit. — On Tuesday last, a new
kind of ' blackleg' in the shape of . a young anake
few days previously, tho cast off skin of a largo
black snake was found near tho same place, and
it- is supposed the captured roptile was one of its
babies. 1 .
Work. — Work at the colliery is now tliq order
of the day and night, steamers being almost con
tinually at the jetty for cargoes, which thoy aro
off with as quickly as thoy can got them. .
Ikon Works.- — There is a good deal of talk
back of the monntain from here, but nothing can
lour-ruuuieu uuuau partly umui-, aim a Biiaii aoouo
Thes* signs of progress aro about five miles along
the Bottle. Forest Road toward Watorfall.
Athletic — H. Frew on the 22 yards mark is'
considered tho favorite here for the Queen's
Weather. — Tho saying that people can havo
too much even of a good thing is boing verified in
tho fine weuthor of late. It is telling its talo in
tho way of drying up this part of tho district, as
well as others. Tanks are exhaustod, tubs and
small gardens with which tho locality- abounds,
WoONONA Mine. — Tho old Woonona pit mouth
timber, in the way of props, oto., used in the mine
district will romombor that it was opened s'ino 30
years ago, by tho la'o Mr. Thomas Halo, who
carried it on with chockorod success until shortly
after the doath of tho lato Mr. lionry Ojborno,
of Marshall Mount, tho owner of tho property.
Since then tho mino 1ms boon cloaed, tho tram
way that connected it with 1J dlambi has lotted
away, and tho jetty from which tho coal was
ship]-ed at that port has long ninco docayod and
Cricket.— A cricket match was played on the
Saturday Nioht Trains.— Shopkeepers hero
(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.)
SNAKE IN A PIT.—On Tuesday last, a new
kind of "blackleg" in the shape of a young anake
few days previously, the cast off skin of a large
black snake was found near the same place, and
it is supposed the captured reptile was one of its
babies.
WORK.—Work at the colliery is now the order
of the day and night, steamers being almost con-
tinually at the jetty for cargoes, which they are
off with as quickly as they can get them.
IRON WORKS.—There is a good deal of talk
back of the mountain from here, but nothing can
four-roomed house partly built, and a shaft about
These signs of progress are about five miles along
the Bottle Forest Road toward Waterfall.
ATHLETIC — H. Frew on the 22 yards mark is
considered the favorite here for the Queen's
WEATHER.—The saying that people can have
too much even of a good thing is being verified in
the fine weather of late. It is telling its tale in
the way of drying up this part of the district, as
well as others. Tanks are exhausted, tubs and
small gardens with which the locality abounds,
WOONONA MINE.—The old Woonona pit mouth
timber, in the way of props, etc., used in the mine
district will remember that it was opened some 30
years ago, by the late Mr. Thomas Hale, who
carried it on with checkered success until shortly
after the death of the late Mr. Henry Osborne,
of Marshall Mount, the owner of the property.
Since then the mine has been closed, the tram-
way that connected it with Bellambi has rotted
away, and the jetty from which the coal was
shipped at that port has long since decayed and
CRICKET.— A cricket match was played on the
SATURDAY NIOHT TRAINS.— Shopkeepers hero
IN BRIEF Sex ads in police journal (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 12 December 1979 [Issue No.16,149] page 3 2017-05-22 21:51 ADELAIDE: A full-page ad
sex shops appears in the latest edi
the South Australian Police Associ
Police officers are said to have pro
to the association was organised yester
it is understood the advertisement for
'Working girP
SYDNEY: The American bride-to
be of 21-year-old Mr Charles Eloyd
Farley, 25, of Pasadena. The en
gagement was announced last Satur
One of tne men was Mr Bill Vella,
riot yet been officially identified.
has been NSW State manager for Aus
conveybr> belt at a colliery near
In the interview with the Greek Am
error. In clarification, the Greek Am
'anarchy', 'tyranny' and 'chaos' as hav
ADELAIDE: A full-page ad-
sex shops appears in the latest edi-
the South Australian Police Associ-
Police officers are said to have pro-
to the association was organised yester-
It is understood the advertisement for
'Working girl'
SYDNEY: The American bride-to-
be of 21-year-old Mr Charles Lloyd
Farley, 25, of Pasadena. The en-
gagement was announced last Satur-
One of the men was Mr Bill Vella,
not yet been officially identified.
has been NSW State manager for Aus-
conveyor belt at a colliery near
In the interview with the Greek Am-
error. In clarification, the Greek Am-
'anarchy', 'tyranny' and 'chaos' as hav-
Leaks statement alleged (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Friday 21 November 1980 [Issue No.16,493] page 10 2017-05-22 21:46 involved in a fatal collision on Mount Ouslcy had
, the truck "ran out of air".

Gregory 11, at Mount Ousley on'May 18, 1979. They
also pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving a vehiele
Mr Geoffrey Hunt, a truck driver, ofOakdale, said
The coal truck' had been on the wrong side of a
The driver had told him.he had driven over the
Mr Graham Ch'egwidden, a technical teacher, of
Mount Ousley and had.-estimated it was travelling
involved in a fatal collision on Mount Ousley had
the truck "ran out of air".
Gregory 11, at Mount Ousley on May 18, 1979. They
also pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving a vehicle
Mr Geoffrey Hunt, a truck driver, of Oakdale, said
The coal truck had been on the wrong side of a
The driver had told him he had driven over the
Mr Graham Chegwidden, a technical teacher, of
Mount Ousley and had estimated it was travelling
Report on fatal cave-in ordered (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 13 December 1972 [Issue No.13,305] page 3 2017-05-22 21:40 be in a satisfactory con
be in a satisfactory con-

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