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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,411,341
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,684
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,225
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,019
...
14 JudyClayden 1,367,707
15 SheffieldPark 1,305,754
16 mrbh 1,202,684
17 RogerE 1,156,783
18 Scottishlass 1,147,254
19 ooohgetyou 1,057,213

1,156,783 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 4,303
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 4,411,310
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,684
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,155
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,014
...
14 JudyClayden 1,367,248
15 SheffieldPark 1,305,630
16 mrbh 1,202,662
17 RogerE 1,156,783
18 Scottishlass 1,147,254
19 ooohgetyou 1,056,665

1,156,783 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 4,303
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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Advertising (Advertising), The Cobargo Chronicle (NSW : 1898 - 1944), Friday 5 September 1913 [Issue No.838] page 1 2017-04-25 16:07 B&B" BICYCLES. "8&B."
MANUFACTURED B1'
Bennett & Barkell, Limite
S YPN EY.
OV5R 10,000 IN USE IN N.S.W.
ITICAL 8AIDLER An^HAR|&SS/
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, STEAMERS LEAVE SYDNEY
! / V -Foe -/
B&B" BICYCLES. "B&B."
MANUFACTURED BY
Bennett & Barkell, Limited
SYDNEY.
OVER 10,000 IN USE IN N.S.W.
PRACTICAL SADDLER AND HARNESS
MAKER
ALL WORK entrusted to me is done
STEAMERS LEAVE SYDNEY
For
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 20 March 1920 [Issue No.20274] page 26 2017-04-25 16:04 SOUTH MELBOURNE. SOUTH AlELBoURVvV
SOUTH MELBOURNE. SOUTJl MEUtOUItNE
SOUTH MELBOURNE. SOUTH MELBOURNE.
SOUTH MELBOURNE. SOUTH MELBOURNE.
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arranged from 5/ weekly. '
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MAPLES. SWAN-STitEEr ItrixRvR'
MAPLES. SWANlSTREL-r! PIFIIMRVR'
maples. swan-strelt! jucaMR;
Maples, south mei,bouunk
APLES. SOUTH MELBOURNE.
MAPLES. SOUTH MELBOURNE.
MAPLES. ' ' SOUTH MELBOURNE.
MAPLES. : — : SOUTH MELBOURNE,
. j ' 'lite : ;
HOME . FURNISHERS — —
HOME FURNISHERS ;
r HOME FURNISHERS —
PIANO KINGS, : 1'IANO ' KINGS.
PIANO KINGS! — PIANO KING
£ 10.000— STOCK PURCHASE— £10,050
£ 10.000 — S'I OOIC PURCHA81D— £0,t»0
£10,000— STOCK PUltOUASE — £10,000
. And
— -INSOLVENCY RALE
INSOLVENCY SALE '
: — INSOLVENCY SALE- — —
— RETURNED SOLDIERS.
returned soldiers,
RETURNED SOLDIERS,—
RETURNED SOLDIERS,-
.. — COUNTRY BUYERS.' — —
WHY MAPLES, SOUTH
WHY MAPLES. SOUTH MgHjIi (! vra
11117 M-'PIES, SOUTH MW.gO h3
\1IIY MAPLES. SOUTH ?|'4'o,!rpN?'
WHY MAPLES. SOl'W JH'oinfvH
BELL GOOD FURNITURE CHEAP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE CUF-1C-
SELL GOOD FUltNTTUUM C'JBAP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE CJIP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE 01EAP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE C1IE-AP.
MAIL ORDER trade. . .
— — MAPLES. SOUTH MELBOURNE,
5LAPLES. SOUTH MELBOURNE,
FOR OASH OR ON TERMS,
FOR CASH OR ON TERMS.
FOR OASH OR ON TERMS.
OUU EASY TERMS.
OUU EASY TERMS.
OUU EASY TERMS.
MAPLES, MAPLES, MAPLES MAPLES
MAPLES. MM'htUH, MAPLEi .MAPLES
MAPLES. tAPJ'KS, MAl'EEs! MAPJ.ES!
Prices range from £28 10/ cash, or terms, may be
arranged from 5/ weekly.
MAPLES, SWAN -STREET. RICHMOND.
MAPLES, SWAN -STREET. RICHMOND.
MAPLES, SWAN -STREET. RICHMOND.
MAPLES, SWAN -STREET. RICHMOND.
MAPLES, SWAN -STREET. RICHMOND.
MAPLES, SWAN -STREET. RICHMOND.
MAPLES, SWAN -STREET. RICHMOND.
MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE,
MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE,
MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE,
MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE,
MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE,
The
HOME FURNISHERS
HOME FURNISHERS
HOME FURNISHERS
PIANO KINGS, PIANO KINGS.
PIANO KINGS, PIANO KINGS.
£10,000 — STOCK PURCHASE — £10,000
£10,000 — STOCK PURCHASE — £10,000
£10,000 — STOCK PURCHASE — £10,000
And
INSOLVENCY SALE
INSOLVENCY SALE
INSOLVENCY SALE
RETURNED SOLDIERS.
RETURNED SOLDIERS.
RETURNED SOLDIERS.
RETURNED SOLDIERS.
COUNTRY BUYERS.
WHY MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE.
WHY MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE.
WHY MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE.
WHY MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE.
WHY MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE CHEAP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE CHEAP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE CHEAP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE CHEAP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE CHEAP.
SELL GOOD FURNITURE CHEAP.
MAIL ORDER trade.
MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE.
MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE.
FOR CASH OR ON TERMS,
FOR CASH OR ON TERMS,
FOR CASH OR ON TERMS,
OUR EASY TERMS.
OUR EASY TERMS.
OUR EASY TERMS.
MAPLES, MAPLES. MAPLES, MAPLES
MAPLES, MAPLES. MAPLES, MAPLES
MAPLES, MAPLES. MAPLES, MAPLES
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 20 March 1920 [Issue No.20274] page 26 2017-04-25 15:52 Maples, Richmond,
APLES. RICHMOND,
MAPLES, v RICHMOND.
The Town hd
. GOrXTRY
— 5£?!£ I!I!3N;isnlNG SPECFAUSTB —
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— 5QJJE EHhnisiiino spkciaijsts —
— home rmiM.sniN-o speciausts —
HOMK FDItS'ISHlNG SPECIAUSTS
. And
Of Hlcheet Grade
HHTOHNED SOLDIERS.
TIE/TURNED SOLDIERS.
I'lIIRNED SOLDIERS. —
IIEl'DRNED SOLDIERS.
. MAPLES. RICHMOND. '
COUNTRY 1IUYERS,
COUNTRY lJUY'EKS.
COUNTRY L'UYERS.
COUNTRY PUYEllS,
OUtt EASY TEiiMS.
OUU EASY TEltMS.
MAPLES, RICHMOND,
MAPLES, RICHMOND,
MAPLES, RICHMOND,
The Town and
COUNTRY
HOME FURNISHING SPECIALISTS
HOME FURNISHING SPECIALISTS
HOME FURNISHING SPECIALISTS
HOME FURNISHING SPECIALISTS
HOME FURNISHING SPECIALISTS
HOME FURNISHING SPECIALISTS
And
Of Highest Grade
RETURNED SOLDIERS.
RETURNED SOLDIERS.
RETURNED SOLDIERS.
RETURNED SOLDIERS.
MAPLES, RICHMOND.
COUNTRY BUYERS,
COUNTRY BUYERS,
COUNTRY BUYERS,
COUNTRY BUYERS,
OUR EASY TERMS.
OUR EASY TERMS.
Round About. (Article), The Cobargo Chronicle (NSW : 1898 - 1944), Friday 5 September 1913 [Issue No.838] page 4 2017-04-25 15:41 The AiiNtralians defeated the all
j Americans by an ioniagN and 147
j runs. Crawford dismissed four
! batsmen for 35, the All Americans
| being unable to manage his or Mae
! artnej,;s bowling.
! 5 5
j Mr. Holm,in says that the form !
| ot the projected compulsory vaccin- !
| ation legislation >v.i.s practically de-'
| terminer}, and the Cabinet ivas only 1
| waiting for information on one or j
twoadditional points before drafting
the Bill for presentation to Parlia
? S
Rev. FT. Bartrop, aged 25, Metho
j dist minister, was riding across the
j Fassifern Estate (Q.) on his way to
! conduct service at Taroiiie, when
j the horse plunged and Bartrop was
thrown out of thesaddleand dragg
number of friend«.
* •
offer a reward of £100 for informa
tion that will lead tothearrest and
crime whereby Charles Stralton
met his death.at Yarra Bay on Aug
^ Governor will also be
any accomplice not being the per
death, who may give the inform
» ■
of Representatives has been unusu
been frequent. It seemed to sur
that he had counted »p the inter
found that in the-95 minutes he
rather over or'te a minute.
The Australians defeated the all
Americans by an innings and 147
runs. Crawford dismissed four
batsmen for 35, the All Americans
being unable to manage his or Mac-
artney's bowling.
* *
Mr. Holman says that the form
of the projected compulsory vaccin-
ation legislation wass practically de-
termined, and the Cabinet was only
waiting for information on one or
two additional points before drafting
the Bill for presentation to Parlia-
* *
Rev. H. Bartrop, aged 25, Metho-
dist minister, was riding across the
Fassifern Estate (Q.) on his way to
conduct service at Tarome, when
the horse plunged and Bartrop was
thrown out of the saddle and dragg-
number of friends.
* *
offer a reward of £100 for informa-
tion that will lead to the arrest and
crime whereby Charles Stratton
met his death at Yarra Bay on Aug-
ust 17. The Governor will also be
any accomplice not being the per-
death, who may give the inform-
* *
of Representatives has been unusu-
been frequent. It seemed to sur-
that he had counted up the inter-
found that in the 95 minutes he
rather over one a minute.
Round About. (Article), The Cobargo Chronicle (NSW : 1898 - 1944), Friday 5 September 1913 [Issue No.838] page 4 2017-04-25 15:37 d jfiptnsvs with this requirement.
I The old believe everything ; the
middle oged suspect everything;
people a yeav are killed by lightning
in En^'aud, 92 in France, 908 in
Russia. I
. * * !
Wiiile doing farm work on his |
property at Orange, Michael Mad
killed iustaHtly.
ft is estimate,] that sixty thous- j
and people visited the Australian i
warships during their stay at Cape- j
town, South Africa. j
O'ive Jane Donne has been com
mitted for trial fur murder in con
* ^ 1
Mr. William Knox, who former
ly represented iiooyong, Victoria,
* ... $
old-age and invalid pensions hag
191.0, to £2,4-19,434 on June 30,
• a
\ During the past twelve months
! A policeman namerl Richard Fry
day, who committer! suicide in
| Brisbane last week, left a message
; in which he advised young uieu not
| to bet or drink.
| Mr. McWilliam, a »»ieniber of the
I Federal Government, s.-tya that be'
| to run the G. P.O. on comaiisfsiou, he
] would give a vote against the Guv
j eminent. ,
' * ' *
! The AiiNtralians defeated the all
dispenses with this requirement.
The old believe everything ; the
middle aged suspect everything;
people a year are killed by lightning
in England, 92 in France, 908 in
Russia.
* *
While doing farm work on his
property at Orange, Michael Mad-
killed iustantly.
* *
It is estimated that sixty thous-
and people visited the Australian
warships during their stay at Cape-
* *
Olive Jane Donne has been com-
mitted for trial for murder in con-
* *
Mr. William Knox, who former-
ly represented Kooyong, Victoria,
* *
old-age and invalid pensions has
1910, to £2,449,434 on June 30,
* *
During the past twelve months
* *
A policeman named Richard Fry
day, who committed suicide in
Brisbane last week, left a message
in which he advised young men not
to bet or drink.
Mr. McWilliam, a member of the
Federal Government, says that be-
to run the G. P.O. on commision, he
would give a vote against the Gov-
ernment.
* *
The AiiNtralians defeated the all
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 20 March 1920 [Issue No.20274] page 26 2017-04-24 16:14 l'ATKUSON'S PTY. LIMITED.
PATERSON'S PTY LIMITED,
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 20 March 1920 [Issue No.20274] page 26 2017-04-24 15:08 PATERSON'S ITY, LTD..
AJIOSST Mil - lDSTF.n BA1.K
MONSTER EASTER SAEb
A MONSTER EASTER SAI-lh
PATERSON'S PTY, LTD.,
A MONSTER EASTER SALE
A MONSTER EASTER SALE
MONSTER EASTER SALE
Round About. (Article), The Cobargo Chronicle (NSW : 1898 - 1944), Friday 5 September 1913 [Issue No.838] page 4 2017-04-24 15:07 value for its money. The GrOvem
I be glad to get the docks .back
I again at the price given for them.
j .§
i on owners and occupiers of hold
; bounding or intersecting their
obligation Apparently the Gov
ernment is considering the ques
value for its money. The Govern-
be glad to get the docks back
again at the price given for them.
* *
on owners and occupiers of hold-
bounding or intersecting their
obligation Apparently the Gov-
ernment is considering the ques-
Round About. (Article), The Cobargo Chronicle (NSW : 1898 - 1944), Friday 5 September 1913 [Issue No.838] page 4 2017-04-24 14:18 Mr. Beeby has been asked to I
contest the Wagga seat at the;
.forthcoming elections, and will
j probably do so.
( . .5
A white man, at present unknown^
§ §
assent being given to the Austra- ■
§ §
Mrs. TarJinton and Miss F. Tar
Mrs J. F. Hanscombo in Braid
wood. i
t t
A new regulation lias been is
which provides thfit a fee of 10s
6d must accompany an appJica-'
tion to enclose roads and water- i
couraes.
+ + I
has been gored to death bv a bull
unrecognisable. 1
Sir John Forrest, Federal Treas
| urer, was sixty-six years old last i
, Friday, when he was presented i
I with a gold sovereign purse by the i
I Prime Minister on behalf of his I
t t
London "Daily Chronicle" con
than likely to involve active inter
i vention than to avert it. The Pres
| ident has warned all American re
i si dents in Mexico to leave the
| country at once.
S §
The Governor-General has en
tered his recent purchase. Top
Challenge Cup and Sandrighmn
Steeplechase, to be run at C.iul
field on September 6. Lord Den
is expected he will 611 .the saddle.
t . +
Mr. Paris Nesbitt, K.C., propos
! es to test the Adelaide courts, un-"
I Animals Act the legality of cours
ing on the plumpton. Several ex
, the sport is cruel.
§ §
l In a scheduled 20 round contest
| at N-&W York, Jess WillarJ knock
| round. Young remained uncon
j scious for several minutes, tie
! was then taken to the hospital,
j and it was found that an operation
I was necessary in order to relieve
| thecerehral hemorhagefrom which
died before the operation was com
j promoters have been arrested on a
! charge of manslaughter.
! t t
; In theSenate, on the supply Bill,
; Senator Pearce (W.A,) directed
) attention to the comments made
| last session by the Minister foT
j Defence about certain appoint
I ments made by the late Govern
! ment, alleging that the appointees
j were supporters of . the Labor
i Party. Judged from that stand
j point, what aboot the appointment
| to the Inter-StaW Commission of
• Mr. J3winf»irr)e, who took "the
j-S"t'urnp*^for Liberalism in the 1911
l Federal referenda campaign ? The
; late Government walj knew all
j about the condition of the plant at
j Cockatoo Island, and had got full
value for its money. TheGrOvem
Mr. Beeby has been asked to
contest the Wagga seat at the
forthcoming elections, and will
probably do so.
* *
A white man, at present unknown
* *
assent being given to the Austra-
* *
Mrs. Tarlinton and Miss F. Tar-
Mrs J. F. Hanscombe in Braid-
wood.
* *
A new regulation has been is-
which provides that a fee of 10s
6d must accompany an applica-
tion to enclose roads and water-
courses.
* *
has been gored to death by a bull
unrecognisable.
Sir John Forrest, Federal Treas-
urer, was sixty-six years old last
Friday, when he was presented
with a gold sovereign purse by the
Prime Minister on behalf of his
* *
London "Daily Chronicle" con-
than likely to involve active inter-
vention than to avert it. The Pres-
ident has warned all American re-
country at once.
* *
The Governor-General has en-
tered his recent purchase. Top-
Challenge Cup and Sandrigham
Steeplechase, to be run at Caul-
field on September 6. Lord Den-
is expected he will fill the saddle.
* *
Mr. Paris Nesbitt, K.C., propos-
es to test the Adelaide courts, un-
Animals Act the legality of cours-
ing on the plumpton. Several ex-
the sport is cruel.
* *
In a scheduled 20 round contest
at New York, Jess Willard knock-
round. Young remained uncon-
scious for several minutes. He
was then taken to the hospital,
and it was found that an operation
was necessary in order to relieve
the cerebral hemorhage from which
died before the operation was com-
promoters have been arrested on a
charge of manslaughter.
* *
In the Senate, on the supply Bill,
Senator Pearce (W.A,) directed
attention to the comments made
last session by the Minister for
Defence about certain appoint-
ments made by the late Govern-
ment, alleging that the appointees
were supporters of the Labor
Party. Judged from that stand-
point, what about the appointment
to the Inter-State Commission of
Mr. Swinburne, who took "the
stump" for Liberalism in the 1911
Federal referenda campaign ? The
late Government well knew all
about the condition of the plant at
Cockatoo Island, and had got full
value for its money. The GrOvem

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