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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,367,292
2 NeilHamilton 3,037,833
3 noelwoodhouse 2,844,946
4 annmanley 2,228,356
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,342
...
774 ChrisHair 38,346
775 tobyrnes 38,304
776 alkae 38,298
777 Midland7 38,207
778 LindaPatterson 38,139
779 wadsley-1 38,137

38,207 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 7,480
February 2017 11,729
January 2017 299
July 2016 3,481
June 2016 6,599
May 2016 6,342
April 2016 100
March 2016 31
January 2016 456
December 2015 1,279
October 2015 411

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,367,289
2 NeilHamilton 3,037,833
3 noelwoodhouse 2,844,946
4 annmanley 2,228,286
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,337
...
773 ChrisHair 38,346
774 tobyrnes 38,304
775 alkae 38,298
776 Midland7 38,207
777 LindaPatterson 38,139
778 wadsley-1 38,137

38,207 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 7,480
February 2017 11,729
January 2017 299
July 2016 3,481
June 2016 6,599
May 2016 6,342
April 2016 100
March 2016 31
January 2016 456
December 2015 1,279
October 2015 411

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USEFUL RECIPES. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:23 USEFUI, EECIPES.
USEFUI, EECIPES.*******
Home Hints. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:21 sash is lowered than when the low
er sash is raised.
Stews, soups, rice, barley, oat
they are first boiled for a few min
pile of about half a dozen newspap
ers, and covered with them herme
round the whole.. The dish will
according to the nature of it, be
these troublous times with domes
sash is lowered than when the low-
er sash is raised.
Stews, soups, rice, barley, oat-
they are first boiled for a few min-
pile of about half a dozen newspap-
ers, and covered with them herme-
round the whole. The dish will
according to the nature of it, be-
these troublous times with domes-
Home Hints. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:21 cold if taken by patients who re
main in bed. Our forefathers used
Don't throw away squeezed lem
Handkerchiefs which have be
washing may be whitened by soak
ing in a solution of pipeclay. Dis
night, then wash and boil the hand
with the clothes. Let it remain un
and you will find that it has remov
ed all stains from pocket handker
as follows: Place equal weights of
as vinegar, and stir the cement un
■ il it is well mixed. Keep it tightly
powdered rotten stone and a quar
the brass with a piece of old flan
To prevent bruises from becom
soon as it loses heat. If not con
kitchen drawer with the clean kit
boiling water over them, which pre
Soak your gas-mantles in vine
and dip the mantle in a jar of vine
gar till well soaked. Lift out gent
breeze from the o.oen door.
cold if taken by patients who re-
main in bed. Our forefathers used
Don't throw away squeezed lem-
Handkerchiefs which have be-
washing may be whitened by soak-
ing in a solution of pipeclay. Dis-
night, then wash and boil the hand-
with the clothes. Let it remain un-
and you will find that it has remov-
ed all stains from pocket handker-
as follows : Place equal weights of
as vinegar, and stir the cement un-
til it is well mixed. Keep it tightly
powdered rotten stone and a quar-
the brass with a piece of old flan-
To prevent bruises from becom-
soon as it loses heat. If not con-
kitchen drawer with the clean kit-
boiling water over them, which pre-
Soak your gas-mantles in vine-
and dip the mantle in a jar of vine-
gar till well soaked. Lift out gent-
breeze from the open door.
OVER STRAIN. A Few Words to Parents. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:16 accepted as evidences of an all
further heights of learning. De
encourage renewed effort, to has
never allow their girls to main
In regard to their artistic capa
five and six hours a day is en
which will never be pro
and under such torture soon ex
hopeless task of restoring the ner
vous energy that has been prac
that have lent themselves inor
dinately to postures wholly ini
is encouraged to match its medio
accepted as evidences of an all-
further heights of learning. De-
encourage renewed effort, to has-
never allow their girls to main-
In regard to their artistic capa-
five and six hours a day is en-
which will never be pro-
and under such torture soon ex-
hopeless task of restoring the ner-
vous energy that has been prac-
that have lent themselves inor-
dinately to postures wholly ini-
is encouraged to match its medio-
OVER STRAIN. A Few Words to Parents. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:13 later—or where some desired po
game. In families where the il
lusion prevails the home atmo
succeeding term of mental strug
parents encouraging this unceas
thafj can proceed by ,leaps and
[ of melancholia, leading up to the
j tragedies that the newspapers
with genius, save with grave re
sults to those who try the experi
ment; and it should be deemed
studj7 with a view to carrying off
the plums intended for the un
on their nervous system, who tot
life, unable to rejoice in the hon
light of the midnight oil. Sha
or that, ruling out every oppor
toilet enter into their dress, no
is to be impressed with the feel
with something they lack the pow
from the mere presence of sur
These dull personalities are dis
of being viewed bjy parents as
later—or where some desired po-
game. In families where the il-
lusion prevails the home atmo-
succeeding term of mental strug-
parents encouraging this unceas-
that can proceed by leaps and
of melancholia, leading up to the
tragedies that the newspapers
with genius, save with grave re-
sults to those who try the experi-
ment ; and it should be deemed
study with a view to carrying off
the plums intended for the un-
on their nervous system, who tot-
life, unable to rejoice in the hon-
light of the midnight oil. Sha-
or that, ruling out every oppor-
toilet enter into their dress, no-
is to be impressed with the feel-
with something they lack the pow-
from the mere presence of sur-
These dull personalities are dis-
of being viewed by parents as
Memory's Magic. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:10 with a delicious sense of recipro
mind of either. Neither says in
change!" as is the ease with or
them by the hand and lead them j
with a delicious sense of recipro-
mind of either. Neither says in-
change!" as is the ease with or-
them by the hand and lead them
Memory's Magic. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:03 as they are visible to ordinary ac
by the sunny locks of youth; the
world of abundant promise; the
wardly of the other, "Oh, what a!
dinary acquaintances. Oh, no! j
For each of these two the other !
is young again. They are bdth
young again, and together. The j
gentle wraiths of past joys take :
back to youth's enchanted land. !
as they are visible to ordinary ac-
by the sunny locks of youth ; the
world of abundant promise ; the
wardly of the other, "Oh, what a
dinary acquaintances. Oh, no!
For each of these two the other
is young again. They are both
young again, and together. The
gentle wraiths of past joys take
back to youth's enchanted land.
The Gist of the Matter. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:02 we 'be young and together?"
matter. If we are to be j'oung
Could happiness be indeed happi
we be young and together?"
matter. If we are to be young
Could happiness be indeed happi-
"Hope Springs Immortal." (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:01 "Hope Springs Immortal.1
is shining and the lark is sing
ing, and when , perennial hope
We were surely meant to be hap
difficult in middle age, when scep
cheat ourselves of it. Stunted na
"Hope Springs Immortal."
is shining and the lark is sing-
ing, and when perennial hope
We were surely meant to be hap-
difficult in middle age, when scep-
cheat ourselves of it. Stunted na-
MATTERS FEMININE. A WORD TO WOMEN. The Pleasures of Middle Age. After the Storm and Stress. (Concluded, from last week.) (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 29 April 1910 [Issue No.135] page 2 2017-03-28 19:00 l/y

(Concluded, from last week.]
have charms as well as sunrise;
are past, and the levels are reach
but the activity of pain has pass
ed, and we have learned the les
spirits of girlhood, and our in
terests, • once bound within
recruits among middle-aged wo
commander-in-chief. Youth is al
age does not deserve to be dis
eried. One, at least, who has at
more intensely enjoy the larlc's
meadows, the beauty of the sum
mer fieldjs and woods, the plea
long, monotonous days in girl

(Concluded, from last week.)
have charms as well as sunrise ;
are past, and the levels are reach-
but the activity of pain has pass-
ed, and we have learned the les-
spirits of girlhood, and our in-
terests, once bound within
recruits among middle-aged wo-
commander-in-chief. Youth is al-
age does not deserve to be dis-
eried. One, at least, who has at-
more intensely enjoy the lark's
meadows, the beauty of the sum-
mer fields and woods, the plea-
long, monotonous days in girl-

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