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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
...
139 billeeb 241,445
140 judybarry 240,282
141 jaybee67 239,539
142 NevHolden 237,952
143 mcakebread 234,957
144 poshtotty 233,905

237,952 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 15,451
March 2017 19,811
February 2017 13,810
January 2017 12,579
December 2016 9,656
November 2016 25,001
October 2016 15,010
September 2016 12,129
August 2016 15,011
July 2016 612
June 2016 15,975
May 2016 17,054
April 2016 8,902
March 2016 3,739
February 2016 11,173
January 2016 19,445
December 2015 9,791
November 2015 2,434
October 2015 4,141
September 2015 284
August 2015 436
July 2015 587
June 2015 254
May 2015 788
April 2015 699
March 2015 246
February 2015 56
January 2015 90
December 2014 114
November 2014 182
October 2014 134
July 2014 60
June 2014 595
May 2014 153
April 2014 414
March 2014 518
February 2014 618

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
...
138 MJDunstan 245,026
139 billeeb 241,445
140 judybarry 240,282
141 NevHolden 237,896
142 mcakebread 234,957
143 poshtotty 233,905

237,896 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 15,440
March 2017 19,811
February 2017 13,806
January 2017 12,565
December 2016 9,656
November 2016 24,982
October 2016 15,010
September 2016 12,122
August 2016 15,011
July 2016 612
June 2016 15,975
May 2016 17,054
April 2016 8,901
March 2016 3,739
February 2016 11,173
January 2016 19,445
December 2015 9,791
November 2015 2,434
October 2015 4,141
September 2015 284
August 2015 436
July 2015 587
June 2015 254
May 2015 788
April 2015 699
March 2015 246
February 2015 56
January 2015 90
December 2014 114
November 2014 182
October 2014 134
July 2014 60
June 2014 595
May 2014 153
April 2014 414
March 2014 518
February 2014 618

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,697
2 jaybee67 68,803
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,645
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
225 RMJackaman 57
226 russellh411 57
227 darney16 56
228 NevHolden 56
229 esheerin 55
230 fairygrandma1 55

56 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 11
February 2017 4
January 2017 14
November 2016 19
September 2016 7
April 2016 1


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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Berlin Sees Possibilities Of A Jap Thrust Towards Australia (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Friday 13 March 1942 [Issue No.21,944] page 1 2017-04-26 13:23 Sees Possibilities Of A
1' ? -A. March II. — The Berlin|
^£v ~^'5: '^hat will Japan. do |
1 hero are, obvioudy great!
'tips towards Australia. Japan |
^rdiubtedly will start a cruiser I
' !' 1 tupping. in the Indian!
' * ?. . , ___ . ? i r_.ii
Berlin Sees Possibilities Of A
DARWIN. March 11. — The Berlin
^£v ~^'5: What will Japan do
1 There are obvioudy great
undoubtedly will start a cruiser
shipping. in the Indian
-
SOLOMONS New Jap Thrust Possible (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Thursday 17 December 1942 [Issue No.10,281] page 1 2017-04-26 13:20 WASHINGTON, Wed
especially - transports and
other all-out assault 011 Guadal
Solomons unci virtual absence of
Japanese naval formations seek
Guinea are cited by naval ob
servers . as evidence of a desire
to'conserve planes and ships.
US Marine Corps dive-bomb
(New Georgia) at noon on Tues
day, meeting no enemy resist
hns aroused interest In Washing
WASHINGTON, Wed-
especially transports and
other all-out assault on Guadal-
Solomons and virtual absence of
Japanese naval formations seek-
Guinea are cited by naval ob-
servers as evidence of a desire
to conserve planes and ships.
US Marine Corps dive-bomb-
(New Georgia) at noon on Tues-
day, meeting no enemy resist-
has aroused interest in Washing-
Jap Solomons Thrust Fails (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Friday 23 October 1942 [Issue No.21,078] page 1 2017-04-26 13:18 [?]
thrust against their western flank. *
that no report of any mate
and no indication is given of ac
Jap Solomons
Thrust Fails
thrust against their western flank.
that no report of any mate-
and no indication is given of ac-
N.Z. IS READY FOR JAP. THRUST SOUTH (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Tuesday 28 April 1942 [Issue No.21,982] page 2 2017-04-26 13:17 N.Z. IS READY FOR I
JAP. THRUST SOUTH I
WASHINGTON. April - M- I
James 'Nash, broadcasting to Aus'.i's^ ?
and New Zealand, said: 'Notv.'h* ?
s anding our expert military opinion H
we feel that our country is ;n grave H
danger, but I can assure Kew Zes- ?
landers that now American pipn?». ?
reiroforceimer.fus and equipment are £°' H
ing to New Zealand. ?
N.Z. IS READY FOR
JAP. THRUST SOUTH
WASHINGTON. April -26- Mr
James 'Nash, broadcasting to Australia
and New Zealand, said: 'Notwith-
standing our expert military opinion
we feel that our country is in grave
danger, but I can assure New Zea-
landers that now American planes,
reinforcements and equipment are go-
ing to New Zealand.
Hospitals Machine-Gunned! DARWIN EVACUEES TELL OF JAP DEATH RAID (Article), Truth (Brisbane, Qld. : 1900 - 1954), Sunday 22 February 1942 [Issue No.2187] page 11 2017-04-26 13:10 L Hospitals Machine-Gunned!
DARWIN EVACUEES TELL
JN Brisbane and in Canberra yesterday, shocking examples were
quoted of the 'callous disregard for the decent rules of war' ex
An officer of Qantas, J. R. Cs Morris, who was in
Darwin when Jap bombers raided/ told 'Truth' in Bris
yards from where he was walking. „ l
'The next thin? there was a
.rubble. I did not go out to' it. For
tunately I had. one hand under my
outside the shelters. - -?-???- .
Hospitals Machine-Gunned!
DARWIN EVACUEES TELL
IN Brisbane and in Canberra yesterday, shocking examples were
quoted of the 'callous disregard for the decent rules of war' ex-
An officer of Qantas, J. R. C. Morris, who was in
Darwin when Jap bombers raided, told 'Truth' in Bris-
yards from where he was walking.
'The next thing there was a
rubble. I did not go out to' it. For
tunately I had. one hand under my
outside the shelters.
JAP ARTILLERY NEAR MORESBY Gun Crew Kiled (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Tuesday 22 September 1942 [Issue No.10,207] page 1 2017-04-26 13:06 Using this frail the Japs, as
The A3C correspondent In
comrades, took ' their . hand
, He threw in all his grenades.
attack so gallantly that the Jap
, Our troops gained considerable
established them In a defensive
As the Japanese continued at
a But for his single-handed
| stand, the platoon would almost
S certainly have been cut off, for
1 .The ABC correspondent adds
a that Australian troops are
| now holding positions near
1 Ioribaiwa They, have learnt
1 the folly of staying In their
1 positions and are using them
a as bases from which fighting
a patrols can strike at enemv out-
« flanking parties
U Allied aircraft are not able to
a give the ground troops really
a close support, because of the
H r
„ through the mountains lias
W- Jap planes
Using this trail the Japs, as
The ABC correspondent In
comrades, took their hand
He threw in all his grenades.
attack so gallantly that the Jap-
Our troops gained considerable
established them in a defensive
As the Japanese continued at-
But for his single-handed
stand, the platoon would almost
certainly have been cut off, for
The ABC correspondent adds
that Australian troops are
now holding positions near
Ioribaiwa They, have learnt
the folly of staying In their
positions and are using them
as bases from which fighting
patrols can strike at enemv out-
flanking parties
Allied aircraft are not able to
give the ground troops really
close support, because of the
-
„ through the mountains has
Jap planes
Marines Wipe Out Japanese Machine-Gun Nest ALLIES CUT OFF JAP FORCE IN BUNA VILLAGE (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Monday 7 December 1942 [Issue No.6,041] page 1 2017-04-26 13:02 * Machine-Gun Nest 4
dead near their machine
United States marines dur
Marine Corps raiders 'destroyed
The American tally in the deci
stroyers, two troon transports, and
These ships comprised two trans
Machine-Gun Nest
dead near their machine-
United States marines dur-
Marine Corps raiders destroyed
The American tally in the deci-
stroyers, two troop transports, and
These ships comprised two trans-
V.C. SILENCED GUN NESTS (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Friday 23 June 1944 [Issue No.10752] page 2 2017-04-26 13:00 Penningtno Harman, Royal
awarded the VC. |
'a f VAblmo (Accoml - 1ncfc
Iself with grenades, and annihi
Pennington Harman, Royal
At Kohima (Assam), last
self with grenades, and annihi-
Native Loyalty In Fight Against Japs (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 6 January 1944 page 3 2017-04-26 12:29 campaigns against the Japanese is partly a his
For the past year Papuan infan
automatic weapons. On one occa
calibre machine gun against am
bush, but despite the fact that iho
before, they did not shew . any
encounter to a successful conclu
old score to settle with the Jap
a oergeant who won the Military
Mudal, coveted by soldiers black
The Papuan soldier . has also
lines and bring back vital intelli
gence. Occasionally they are am
During their training they mas
automatics with surprising c-ase,
feuds to bfist their common foe
walking down the trail. The Ausr
Kimball if it had >not been for the
New Guinea natives ? Lieut. Kim
the leg (he was wounded ia* th§
other leg in Libva) being c§rrle?<5
3*
treading the path cautiously, hand
boat service up and down tjie
capturing their equipment, in a I
the use of a vital road. -
with the Australian Award fwr
Loval Service.
Following the ceremony the Aus
"Dear Sir.-We were much im
l?rime Minister. In the broadcast
subject. |
(fell. This war is our war. It has1
jhjrolved us already and we feel
LHat, although Papuans have not
Ipe. we can give to this loan and
c|> our .part to help just as those
wh0'*'krfe in the fighting front line.
campaigns against the Japanese is partly a his-
For the past year Papuan infan-
automatic weapons. On one occa-
calibre machine gun against am-
bush, but despite the fact that the
before, they did not show any
encounter to a successful conclu-
old score to settle with the Jap-
a sergeant who won the Military
Medal, coveted by soldiers black
The Papuan soldier has also
lines and bring back vital intelli-
gence. Occasionally they are am-
During their training they mas-
automatics with surprising ease,
feuds to best their common foe
walking down the trail. The Aus-
Kimball if it had not been for the
New Guinea natives ? Lieut. Kim-
the leg (he was wounded in the
other leg in Libya) being carried
-
treading the path cautiously, hand-
boat service up and down the
capturing their equipment, in a
the use of a vital road.
with the Australian Award for
Loyal Service.
Following the ceremony the Aus-
"Dear Sir.-We were much im-
Prime Minister. In the broadcast
subject.
involved us already and we feel
that, although Papuans have not
line. we can give to this loan and
do our .part to help just as those
who are in the fighting front line.
JAVANESE SPY WAS TORTURED BY THE JAPS. (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Monday 9 September 1946 [Issue No.18,647] page 1 2017-04-26 12:22 through the Nationalist broad
She went to Java and began es
there. The Japanese. after arrest
induced agony and artIflelal dyn
through the Nationalist broad-
She went to Java and began es-
there. The Japanese, after arrest-
induced agony and artificial dys-

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