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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,464,484
2 NeilHamilton 3,066,152
3 noelwoodhouse 2,927,733
4 annmanley 2,239,376
5 John.F.Hall 2,154,380
...
14 JudyClayden 1,371,806
15 SheffieldPark 1,326,589
16 mrbh 1,204,201
17 RogerE 1,167,011
18 Scottishlass 1,166,510
19 ooohgetyou 1,057,213

1,167,011 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 8,108
April 2017 6,423
March 2017 8,845
February 2017 8,989
January 2017 6,532
December 2016 9,912
November 2016 7,716
October 2016 1,966
September 2016 5,631
August 2016 5,012
July 2016 6,142
June 2016 8,774
May 2016 11,529
April 2016 8,584
March 2016 10,153
February 2016 12,052
January 2016 17,920
December 2015 13,530
November 2015 10,654
October 2015 12,774
September 2015 10,973
August 2015 17,380
July 2015 12,911
June 2015 11,658
May 2015 16,877
April 2015 15,154
March 2015 21,937
February 2015 17,649
January 2015 16,468
December 2014 1,062
November 2014 5,606
October 2014 11,450
September 2014 14,714
August 2014 8,717
July 2014 12,796
June 2014 20,534
May 2014 15,163
April 2014 12,718
March 2014 15,269
February 2014 11,299
January 2014 12,049
December 2013 9,151
November 2013 12,035
October 2013 9,335
August 2013 9,222
July 2013 10,477
June 2013 15,336
May 2013 19,387
April 2013 15,140
March 2013 17,324
February 2013 12,688
January 2013 18,290
December 2012 13,875
November 2012 12,368
October 2012 13,119
September 2012 14,982
August 2012 24,374
July 2012 31,117
June 2012 30,809
May 2012 14,096
April 2012 20,611
March 2012 22,654
February 2012 24,803
January 2012 28,075
December 2011 12,286
November 2011 19,359
October 2011 15,678
September 2011 17,537
August 2011 20,199
July 2011 27,208
June 2011 20,399
May 2011 3,404
March 2011 3,604
February 2011 11,340
January 2011 5,160
December 2010 7,148
November 2010 11,504
October 2010 10,640
September 2010 12,123
August 2010 7,561
July 2010 8,462
June 2010 10,507
May 2010 7,584
April 2010 602
March 2010 5,674
February 2010 10,080
January 2010 6,977
December 2009 3,756
November 2009 6,321
October 2009 6,179
September 2009 7,995
August 2009 2,758
July 2009 7,824
June 2009 7,688
May 2009 3,561
April 2009 2,584
March 2009 411

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,464,453
2 NeilHamilton 3,066,152
3 noelwoodhouse 2,927,733
4 annmanley 2,239,306
5 John.F.Hall 2,154,375
...
14 JudyClayden 1,371,347
15 SheffieldPark 1,326,393
16 mrbh 1,204,179
17 RogerE 1,167,011
18 Scottishlass 1,166,510
19 ooohgetyou 1,056,665

1,167,011 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 8,108
April 2017 6,423
March 2017 8,845
February 2017 8,989
January 2017 6,532
December 2016 9,912
November 2016 7,716
October 2016 1,966
September 2016 5,631
August 2016 5,012
July 2016 6,142
June 2016 8,774
May 2016 11,529
April 2016 8,584
March 2016 10,153
February 2016 12,052
January 2016 17,920
December 2015 13,530
November 2015 10,654
October 2015 12,774
September 2015 10,973
August 2015 17,380
July 2015 12,911
June 2015 11,658
May 2015 16,877
April 2015 15,154
March 2015 21,937
February 2015 17,649
January 2015 16,468
December 2014 1,062
November 2014 5,606
October 2014 11,450
September 2014 14,714
August 2014 8,717
July 2014 12,796
June 2014 20,534
May 2014 15,163
April 2014 12,718
March 2014 15,269
February 2014 11,299
January 2014 12,049
December 2013 9,151
November 2013 12,035
October 2013 9,335
August 2013 9,222
July 2013 10,477
June 2013 15,336
May 2013 19,387
April 2013 15,140
March 2013 17,324
February 2013 12,688
January 2013 18,290
December 2012 13,875
November 2012 12,368
October 2012 13,119
September 2012 14,982
August 2012 24,374
July 2012 31,117
June 2012 30,809
May 2012 14,096
April 2012 20,611
March 2012 22,654
February 2012 24,803
January 2012 28,075
December 2011 12,286
November 2011 19,359
October 2011 15,678
September 2011 17,537
August 2011 20,199
July 2011 27,208
June 2011 20,399
May 2011 3,404
March 2011 3,604
February 2011 11,340
January 2011 5,160
December 2010 7,148
November 2010 11,504
October 2010 10,640
September 2010 12,123
August 2010 7,561
July 2010 8,462
June 2010 10,507
May 2010 7,584
April 2010 602
March 2010 5,674
February 2010 10,080
January 2010 6,977
December 2009 3,756
November 2009 6,321
October 2009 6,179
September 2009 7,995
August 2009 2,758
July 2009 7,824
June 2009 7,688
May 2009 3,561
April 2009 2,584
March 2009 411

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Forward troops cut off: "desperate" U.S. MEN TRAPPED Tanks attacking American guns (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 6 July 1950 [Issue No.4246] page 1 2017-05-26 17:44 the American artillery posi
tions behind It.'
hold firm or make a safe with
TTNFAVOURABLE flying
has limited American air sup
?which yesterday rolled over
Suwon and its strategic air
It was estimated that be
southern lines before Ameri
Meanwhile, Invading forces
ire spreading out to east and
A'ide, sweeping encirclement of
the 200 square-mile coastal tri
angle south-west of Seoul. .
□hungchon, a railway town 50
They met moderate antiair
North Korean losses consis
destroyed, and railway Instal
atlons, trucks, locomotives, anc
niscellaneous vehicles hit and
probably destroyed in a land
base on return from a com
bat mission. The pilot es
communist beachhead at Sam
'WORTH Korean radio claimed
was completely occupied yes
Churchill learning. — PA.
Forward U.S. troops north of
Osan have, bpen cut off in a
communist attack.
Osan have, bpen cut off in a
the American artillery posi-
tions behind it.'
hold firm or make a safe with-
UNFAVOURABLE flying
has limited American air sup-
which yesterday rolled over
Suwon and its strategic air-
It was estimated that be-
southern lines before Ameri-
Meanwhile, invading forces
are spreading out to east and
wide, sweeping encirclement of
the 200 square-mile coastal tri-
angle south-west of Seoul.
Chungchon, a railway town 50
They met moderate anti-air-
North Korean losses consis-
destroyed, and railway instal-
lations, trucks, locomotives, and
miscellaneous vehicles hit and
probably destroyed in a land-
base on return from a com-
bat mission. The pilot es-
communist beachhead at Sam-
NORTH Korean radio claimed
was completely occupied yes-
Churchill learning. — P.4.
Osan have, been cut off in a
Forward troops cut off: "desperate" U.S. MEN TRAPPED Tanks attacking American guns (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 6 July 1950 [Issue No.4246] page 1 2017-05-26 15:41 ^^ Pushing on south from captured Suwon,
Osan. .
described to-night as desperate;
report was based on fragmentary informa
made. I
Firing ceased when the ,
the area ordered further anti
A heavy downpour envel
Osan -issitualeti 10 miles
x to-night said that the
action was 'part of a continu
the outflanked American out
Pushing on south from captured Suwon,
Osan.
described to-night as "desperate."
report was based on fragmentary informa-
made.
Firing ceased when the
the area ordered further anti-
A heavy downpour envel-
Osan is situated 10 miles
to-night said that the
action was 'part of a continu-
the outflanked American out-
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Suwon, strategic city, falls after all-day battle KOREA REDS DRIVE ON American troops in first clashes (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Wednesday 5 July 1950 [Issue No.4245] page 1 2017-05-26 13:14 attacks on North Korean -
held territory.
heavily lor the fifth time by
To-day's American communi
second week of the Korean hos
tilities By hitting the railway
flights were. made.
R.IV. frigate hit
, Both planes were identified
as King Air Cobras of a type
States Under Iend-lease.
It is believed that the dam
now under his operational con
trol woi\ld be treated in ac
cordance with the humani
I Page 4
MAP shows lines of Red ad
vance south of Seoul in
Korea.
MAP shows lines of Red ad
attacks on North Korean
held territory.
heavily for the fifth time by
To-day's American communi-
second week of the Korean hos-
tilities by hitting the railway
flights were made.
R.N. frigate hit
Both planes were identified
as King Air Cobras of a type
States under lend-lease.
It is believed that the dam-
now under his operational con-
trol would be treated in ac-
cordance with the humani-
Page 4
MAP shows lines of Red ad-
Suwon, strategic city, falls after all-day battle KOREA REDS DRIVE ON American troops in first clashes (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Wednesday 5 July 1950 [Issue No.4245] page 1 2017-05-26 11:10 Suwon, strategic city, falls after ail-dav battle
AUVAINIEU AMEKIl-MIN n.U., IVUKEA, JUl/ 4.—
Mgnring oegan at aawn wnen me
vehicle, as a North Korean column spear
ijate to-nignt a neau
advance on Suwon, the posi
been undermined by an out
There an Invading column,
had pressed on to Kumyang
elements at Musmang, ,45 miles
east of Suwon. ? ' ? -? ? ? '?
R.A.A.1?. again in
T-O-DAY'S communique from
forces went into action late yes
guerrillas attacked an Ameri
Pyongtaek, with hand gren
early hours to-day, the Ameri
Pour communists were killed.
There were no American casual
General MacArthur's com
Suwon's fall was received, re
area was 'fluid,' with no defin
jit revealed that for the
Suwon, strategic city, falls after all-day battle
ADVANCED AMERICAN H.Q. , KOREA, July 4.—
Fighting began at dawn when the
vehicle, as a North Korean column spear-
Late to-night a head-
advance on Suwon, the posi-
been undermined by an out-
There an invading column,
had pressed on to Kumyang-
elements at Musmang, 45 miles
east of Suwon.
R.A.A.F. again in
TO-DAY'S communique from
forces went into action late yes-
guerrillas attacked an Ameri-
Pyongtaek, with hand gren-
early hours to-day, the Ameri-
Four communists were killed.
There were no American casual-
General MacArthur's com-
Suwon's fall was received, re-
area was 'fluid,' with no defin-
It revealed that for the
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REDS MASS IN KOREA Building up for big clash Suns, tanks pour across river (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Tuesday 4 July 1950 [Issue No.4244] page 1 2017-05-26 10:59 Building u i- £ or foil* clash
no American troons were in action. *
But- behind the lines both sides continued feverishly
building up for the clash which it is believed must come,
soon. .
the communists have halted their main drive on Silicon, former
the captured capital Seoul, while they strengthen their bridge
head across the broad Han River below the city. ,
being ferried over at numer
blanket has fallen over de
kept their heads and main
T?ED thrusts east and south
er.' east of -fi)!.-'-/on. were of a
uijnor nallu's-V1 and apparently
carried out mainly for recon
strength, spear-beaded by some
Suwon, they swept Into Ichon,
TaeJon. the provisional capital,
while a second moved south
amount of alarm, but by to
night ' it was stated that the
South Korean army head
throughout the day, but no re
TIONG KONG, July 3
xx (A.A.P.).— Northern Korea
has issued a general mobilisa
to-day by the Chinese com
was immediately . effective
the Korean Peoples' Demo
Rhee clique under the direc
fighter squadron in action be
He was referring to yester
rockets which have the destruc
In Japan . the Australian
squadron' holds the air firing
hurriedly building up a defence line, north of Taejon, the .
provisional capital, probing ; column*, of invading, force*
..??/?' '.v:. ;?.?', . '??' &-??%:? * ? ' ' ..'???
WHILE- American, troops flown into South Korea are
hurriedly building up a defence line, north of Taejon, the .
have pushed out southeast of Suwon.
..??/?' '.v:. ;?.?', . '??' &-??%:? * ? ' ' ..'???
Building up for big clash
no American troops were in action.
But behind the lines both sides continued feverishly
building up for the clash which it is believed must come
soon.
the communists have halted their main drive on Suwon, former
the captured capital Seoul, while they strengthen their bridge-
They have repaired the
being ferried over at numer-
blanket has fallen over de-
kept their heads and main-
RED thrusts east and south-
east of Suwon were of a
minor nature and apparently
carried out mainly for recon-
strength, spear-headed by some
Suwon, they swept into Ichon,
Taejon. the provisional capital,
while a second moved south-
amount of alarm, but by to-
night it was stated that the
South Korean army head-
throughout the day, but no re-
HONG KONG, July 3
(A.A.P.).— Northern Korea
has issued a general mobilisa-
to-day by the Chinese com-
was immediately effective
the Korean Peoples' Demo-
Rhee clique under the direc-
fighter squadron in action be-
He was referring to yester-
rockets which have the destruc-
in Japan the Australian
squadron holds the air firing
hurriedly building up a defence line, north of Taejon, the
provisional capital, probing columns, of invading, forces
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Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 26 April 1920 [Issue No.20,304] page 12 2017-05-26 10:45 "Witiv the Light Horse in PalcsUna"
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THIRTEENTH WEEK of "KISSING TIME"
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