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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,421,301
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,771
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,776
4 annmanley 2,237,561
5 John.F.Hall 2,116,163
...
2147 dxadams 10,292
2148 c.heaven 10,276
2149 OldLinus 10,275
2150 raaf3squadron 10,273
2151 KingWombat51 10,270
2152 virgoarcher 10,245

10,273 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 121
January 2017 229
December 2016 93
November 2016 62
October 2016 14
September 2016 432
August 2016 128
July 2016 28
June 2016 109
May 2016 86
April 2016 415
March 2016 70
February 2016 19
January 2016 164
December 2015 60
November 2015 249
September 2015 120
July 2015 529
June 2015 71
May 2015 8
April 2015 357
March 2015 4
February 2015 92
January 2015 105
December 2014 1
November 2014 17
September 2014 9
August 2014 458
July 2014 251
June 2014 294
March 2014 5
February 2014 195
January 2014 6
December 2013 22
November 2013 39
August 2013 127
June 2013 170
May 2013 326
April 2013 495
March 2013 81
January 2013 236
October 2012 36
September 2012 108
August 2012 1,007
July 2012 44
June 2012 25
May 2012 118
April 2012 556
February 2012 112
January 2012 7
December 2011 51
October 2011 13
September 2011 337
July 2011 22
February 2011 13
December 2010 8
November 2010 17
October 2010 19
May 2010 14
March 2010 281
February 2010 79
December 2009 57
November 2009 14
October 2009 4
September 2009 29
July 2009 266
May 2009 30
April 2009 32
February 2009 231
January 2009 138
December 2008 308

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,421,270
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,771
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,776
4 annmanley 2,237,491
5 John.F.Hall 2,116,158
...
2142 dxadams 10,292
2143 c.heaven 10,276
2144 OldLinus 10,275
2145 raaf3squadron 10,273
2146 KingWombat51 10,270
2147 russellh411 10,249

10,273 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 121
January 2017 229
December 2016 93
November 2016 62
October 2016 14
September 2016 432
August 2016 128
July 2016 28
June 2016 109
May 2016 86
April 2016 415
March 2016 70
February 2016 19
January 2016 164
December 2015 60
November 2015 249
September 2015 120
July 2015 529
June 2015 71
May 2015 8
April 2015 357
March 2015 4
February 2015 92
January 2015 105
December 2014 1
November 2014 17
September 2014 9
August 2014 458
July 2014 251
June 2014 294
March 2014 5
February 2014 195
January 2014 6
December 2013 22
November 2013 39
August 2013 127
June 2013 170
May 2013 326
April 2013 495
March 2013 81
January 2013 236
October 2012 36
September 2012 108
August 2012 1,007
July 2012 44
June 2012 25
May 2012 118
April 2012 556
February 2012 112
January 2012 7
December 2011 51
October 2011 13
September 2011 337
July 2011 22
February 2011 13
December 2010 8
November 2010 17
October 2010 19
May 2010 14
March 2010 281
February 2010 79
December 2009 57
November 2009 14
October 2009 4
September 2009 29
July 2009 266
May 2009 30
April 2009 32
February 2009 231
January 2009 138
December 2008 308

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FUTURE OF FLYING. INLAND AUSTRALIAN POSSIBILITIES. DOCTORS BY AIR. (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Friday 18 February 1921 [Issue No.2539] page 4 2017-02-10 12:28 "I am walling impatiently for the
tho Isolated bush settlers (says Sydney
tho Australian Flying Corps. In an
In the days of war surely it will do
per
Centre. hour).
hour. Darwin la brought within 12½
service. Government officials, and busi
It possible for defencepilots to co
"I am waiting impatiently for the
the Isolated bush settlers (says Sydney
the Australian Flying Corps. In an
in the days of war surely it will do
per hour.)
Centre. .
hour. Darwin is brought within 12½
service, Government officials, and busi
It possible for defence pilots to co
FUTURE OF FLYING. INLAND AUSTRALIAN POSSIBILITIES. DOCTORS BY AIR. (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Friday 18 February 1921 [Issue No.2539] page 4 2017-02-10 11:34 -FUTURE OF FLYING,
"I am walling Impatiently for tnc
time to come when you will bo able to
be driving doctors and nurses nil over
you have your flrst 'plane I should llk(
to be your flrst pilot. 1 had a lettc
from n returned flying man, and h<
said he thought it would be a lont
time before commercial, aviation would
he firmly established In Australia; but
your work will holp It. I am going to
school at prosont, but I hope, to leave
when 1 am 17 and go to a flying school."
It was a boy of 16 who was writing.
tho Isolated bush settlers (says Sydney i
"Dally Telegraph"). i
The boy's letter was written two I
years ago, but there spoke the spirit of 1
young Australia. Many things have ,
nvlatlon, and commercial aviation is
Tho vision of aeroplanes for Inland
tho Australian® Flylrig Corps. In an
article written at sea .In November,
7917, while-serving with the. A.LP., he
said; "In the not very distant futuro. If
doctor administering to the needs of !
Horgott. If the nation can do so much
In the days of war suroly it will do
Us . hit in the coming days of peace,
and here 1« its chance. . . v The heroes,
of the Inland are laying the foundation 1
stones of our. Australian nation. We
•Lieutenant Peel wan not rdmpl.v
drtamJng. Hi* experience as a flying
tion of safety as it related to comrncr
rla! aviation, the difficulties, tho ad
•antages, and the cost, he wrote; "I
propose1 to consider that portion of
Australian inland Mission territory
cant of the West AusLallnn boundary.
In ibis largo tract of land, consisting
of one-third of rho Australian con
tinent, I am assuming that the Ivascs
aro niluatod at Oodnadutta in Soutn
Australia, Cloncurry in Queensland, i
and Kathcrinc lathe Northern Terri
tory. At the present time these aro'
railheads, hence supplies can ho
brought tip with comparative regu
larity. and minimum cost. KVom each
of these, centres the AIM. workers can
radius, or an area of t'70,000 square
miles. The following table shows ?ho
marvellous possibilities:-— I
Time !
(90 m. 1
per ,
Oodnodatta to— Miles. h. m.
Birdfiville 323 <1.38 1
Brown's HA .......... 100 1 46 I
Charlotto Waters ..... 140 1 33!
ffergott ^..i.220 .2 26 ,
Mizra Mitta 230 3 33
Todmordin, H.S." . ; 75 0 50 ,
Cloncurry to— • . . |
Camoowoai 170 2 0 i
•Alexandra 275 3 0 j
P.urUetown . i 233 2 23 i
Mornington Island .... 230 3 32 j
Ncrmanton 225 3 20!
Springvab? .v.. 203 2- 14 '
Lake Nash 200 2 11 I
Katharino to—. I
Darwin. 16) 1 46
Iiuoralooia 303 3 v20 i
Daly Waters -..150 1 40
BowqU's Creek 275 3. 0
Wave Hill H.S. \ • 203 2 53
Wyndham 303 3 to
1 .• With a machine doing ,P.Qi miles an
nour. Darwin la brought within l^S
hours of Oodnadatta. "It takes Utile I
hoc tint advantage of this to the mail
advice. Government officials, tincl busi
ness men: while to the frontier set
tlers* it will be an undreamt of l»oon
' While the Australian Inland Mist
population ia to sparse and the area
so vast, the usefulness cf thC3C nurs
tricts. In the realisation of Us am
Inland Mission has been cncoumgcd
by the knowledge that in Texas, U.S-A.,
l prise ?hown the way. lie invested in
Hvo sky doctor.
But the A-l.M. is chiefly depending
defence purposes at least. Is impera
hopo that the Government will make
It possible for dcfenco pilots to co
establishment for a start of 1C uertol
Wireless, tho superintendent of the
mission. Rev. John Kiynn points out,
be reason for restrictions Jn the city,
over 100 miles distant. Dame Molba,
Madrid, Stockholm, Clwistianla, Rom?,
ral A.I.M. cathedral at Alice ' Springs
the-uKahds scattered over thousands of
df tho world's news."
Mr. FJynn in spoken of by Tresby
tcrians as a pathfinder. From tho
foregoing it v/ill be seen that he has
FUTURE OF FLYING
"I am walling impatiently for the
time to come when you will be able to
be driving doctors and nurses all over
you have your flrst 'plane I should like
to be your flrst pilot. I had a letter
from a returned flying man, and he
said he thought it would be a long
time before commercial aviation would
be firmly established In Australia; but
your work will help It. I am going to
school at presont, but I hope to leave
when I am 17 and go to a flying school."
It was a boy of 15 who was writing.
tho Isolated bush settlers (says Sydney
"Dally Telegraph").
The boy's letter was written two
years ago, but there spoke the spirit of
young Australia. Many things have
avlatlon, and commercial aviation is
The vision of aeroplanes for Inland
tho Australian Flying Corps. In an
article written at sea, in November,
1917, while serving with the. A.I.F., he
said; "In the not very distant future. If
doctor administering to the needs of
Hergott. If the nation can do so much
In the days of war surely it will do
its bit in the coming days of peace,
and here is its chance. . . The heroes
of the Inland are laying the foundation
stones of our Australian nation. We
Lieutenant Peel was not simmply
dreaming. His experience as a flying
tion of safety as it related to commer
clal aviation, the difficulties, the ad
antages, and the cost, he wrote; "I
propose to consider that portion of
Australian Inland Mission territory
east of the West Australlan boundary.
In this large tract of land, consisting
of one-third of the Australian con
tinent, I am assuming that the bases
are situated at Oodnadatta in South
Australia, Cloncurry in Queensland,
and Katherine in the Northern Terri
tory. At the present time these are
railheads, hence supplies can be
brought up with comparative regu
larity and minimum cost. From each
of these centres the A.I.M. workers can
radius, or an area of 270,000 square
miles. The following table shows the
marvellous possibilities:-—
Time
(90 m.
per
Oodnadatta to — Miles. h. m.
Birdsville 325 3 38
Brown's H.S. .......... 160 1 46
Charlotte Waters ..... 140 1 33
Hergott .. .220 2 26 ,
Mirra Mitta 230 3 33
Todmordan, H.S. . 75 0 50
Cloncurry to—
Camooweal 175 2 0
Alexandra 275 3 0
Burketown . 233 2 33
Mornington Island .... 230 3 32
Normanton 225 2 20
Springvale . 200 2 14
Lake Nash 200 2 14
Katharine to—
Darwin. 160 1 46
Booraloola 300 3 20
Daly Waters ..150 1 40
Powell's Creek 275 3 0
Wave Hill H.S. 260 2 53
Wyndham 300 3 10
With a machine doing 90 miles an
hour. Darwin la brought within 12½
hours of Oodnadatta. "It takes little
see the advantage of this to the mail
service. Government officials, and busi
ness men; while to the frontier set
tlers it will be an undreamt of boon
While the Australian Inland Mission
population is so sparse and the area
so vast, the usefulness of these nurs
tricts. In the realisation of its am
Inland Mission has been encouraged
by the knowledge that in Texas, U.S.A.,
prise shown the way. He invested in
live sky doctor.
But the A.l.M. is chiefly depending
defence purposes at least, Is impera
hope that the Government will make
It possible for defencepilots to co
establishment for a start of 16 aerial
Wireless, the superintendent of the
mission. Rev. John Flynn points out,
be reason for restrictions in the city,
over 100 miles distant. Dame Melba,
Madrid, Stockholm, Christiania, Rome,
ral A.I.M. cathedral at Alice Springs
thousands scattered over thousands of
of the world's news."
Mr. Flynn in spoken of by Presby
terians as a pathfinder. From the
foregoing it will be seen that he has

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