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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,463,606
2 NeilHamilton 3,065,740
3 noelwoodhouse 2,926,822
4 annmanley 2,239,376
5 John.F.Hall 2,153,859
...
461 AlStaunton 73,344
462 robbosun 73,324
463 illova 73,025
464 Ruben 72,814
465 kjharris 72,572
466 snu3 72,272

72,814 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 918
April 2017 4,179
March 2017 2,547
February 2017 775
January 2017 519
December 2016 52
November 2016 199
October 2016 229
September 2016 390
August 2016 365
July 2016 540
June 2016 209
May 2016 431
April 2016 1,466
March 2016 4,933
February 2016 1,024
January 2016 47
December 2015 137
November 2015 2,214
October 2015 338
September 2015 81
August 2015 8,264
July 2015 3,874
June 2015 762
May 2015 224
April 2015 7,100
March 2015 14,873
February 2015 10,820
January 2015 5,304

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,463,575
2 NeilHamilton 3,065,740
3 noelwoodhouse 2,926,822
4 annmanley 2,239,306
5 John.F.Hall 2,153,854
...
458 AlStaunton 73,344
459 robbosun 73,324
460 illova 73,025
461 Ruben 72,814
462 kjharris 72,572
463 snu3 72,272

72,814 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 918
April 2017 4,179
March 2017 2,547
February 2017 775
January 2017 519
December 2016 52
November 2016 199
October 2016 229
September 2016 390
August 2016 365
July 2016 540
June 2016 209
May 2016 431
April 2016 1,466
March 2016 4,933
February 2016 1,024
January 2016 47
December 2015 137
November 2015 2,214
October 2015 338
September 2015 81
August 2015 8,264
July 2015 3,874
June 2015 762
May 2015 224
April 2015 7,100
March 2015 14,873
February 2015 10,820
January 2015 5,304

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Joe Pa[?]ooka (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 6 June 1953 [Issue No.33,309] page 15 2017-05-26 21:50 IjoëPcTookal
Joe Palooka
IN AND OUT OF SOCIETY (Article), The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 1 February 1967 [Issue No.36] page 38 2017-05-26 21:44 By RVDD
By RUDD
Curly Wee and Gussie Goose Two Shady Characters (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 21 October 1937 [Issue No.25,745] page 19 2017-05-26 21:31 Now meet two Shod/ Characters. Their' namot you
They're always standing side by ilde tome evil deeds
The one is excellent at grab, the other good et snatch.
The Shady Couple do net like whon Curly Wee goes by, J
And both vrlth one accord avoid his lordship'e piercing
eye. -.'J
Behind their masks they both turn red beneath' hie
piggy gait. '4
They knew Count Curly Wee de Swyne suspects their 1
wicked woys. . !
Now meet two Shady Characters. Their' names you
They're always standing side by side some evil deeds
The one is excellent at grab, the other good at snatch.
The Shady Couple do not like when Curly Wee goes by,
And both with one accord avoid his lordship's piercing
eye.
Behind their masks they both turn red beneath his
piggy gaze.
They knew Count Curly Wee de Swyne suspects their
wicked ways.
SUZY (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Friday 8 May 1953 [Issue No.23,895] page 4 2017-05-26 17:29 suz
tsUCK RYAN
VIUTT AND JEFF
THE BERTRYS
SUZY
BUCK RYAN
MUTT AND JEFF
THE BERRYS
IPSWICH IDENTITY. (Article), Truth (Brisbane, Qld. : 1900 - 1954), Sunday 1 December 1912 [Issue No.668] page 2 2017-05-24 23:15 "UOSSIE" MARTOO.
"BOSSIE" MARTOO.
BLUEY AND CURLEY Urgent Call (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Friday 26 May 1944 [Issue No.3344] page 6 2017-05-24 19:05 Uraent Call
Urgent Call
Unfair to the Qualified Man (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 17 June 1922 [Issue No.17] page 19 2017-05-22 22:47 iiiiii|Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii£ .
= v Unfair to the -Qualified Man
— ' v .- S
5'"- , Many registered chemists and pharmacy students attending Uni. 3
s lectures aire unemployed. Why should nien who have spent money E
E arid time be out of worn, while their positions are filled by men 5
S- j who have never had any theoretical training? The ' reason/ of' s
— : course, is obvious — cheaper labour. , s
5 - Most pharmacists relieve an apprentice of his position as soon as - S '
- he has completed his term. For 2 or 3 years an apprentice is -E
E generally , of as much value as a qualified chemist, and yet lie E
= receives about 17/6 or £1 a week for this valuable labour! The =
.-.5 apprentice, however, does hot complain as lie realises that it. is - 5
5; his 'training, but when his services are dispensed with it bcc&mes' 3- \
E a different matter. . " ' " . : E
E It' is a mean and uri'prihcipled- attitude that should be stopped/ E
E So should the illegal practice of some suburban proprietors who S
leave their shops regularly in charge of an apprentice, while., they E ' .
S take a few: hours off.: It only , wants something to go wrorig to S .
3 make. the public realise the risks they are' exposed to. . >5
Unfair to the Qualified Man
Many registered chemists and pharmacy students attending Uni.
lectures are unemployed. Why should men who have spent money
arid time be out of worn, while their positions are filled by men
who have never had any theoretical training? The reason, of
Most pharmacists relieve an apprentice of his position as soon as
he has completed his term. For 2 or 3 years an apprentice is
generally of as much value as a qualified chemist, and yet he
receives about 17/6 or £1 a week for this valuable labour! The
apprentice, however, does hot complain as he realises that it is
his training, but when his services are dispensed with it becomes
a different matter.
It is a mean and unprincipled attitude that should be stopped.
So should the illegal practice of some suburban proprietors who
leave their shops regularly in charge of an apprentice, while they
take a few hours off. It only wants something to go wrong to
make the public realise the risks they are exposed to.
WHITE AUSTRALIA (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 11 November 1922 [Issue No.38] page 14 2017-05-22 20:43 II \ :v I !
JA ; WHITE AUSTRALIA
Donfl worry, my "brother, when taxes increase/
Don't worry, dear .brother, though bills never cease I
There's joy in the morning all right i
I /« doing his best to ward off the dread nigger
WHITE AUSTRALIA
Don't worry, my brother, when taxes increase!
Don't worry, dear brother, though bills never cease !
There's joy in the morning all right !
Is doing his best to ward off the dread nigger
THE ODYSSEY OF BEPPO. (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 27 January 1923 [Issue No.49] page 14 2017-05-22 19:53 ' THE OJ)Y0£Y OF
,, , ..;.,Beppo. .
"One hundred Italian immi
grants, who could not find work /(
in - Sydney, have returned to. \
caro mio, da. terrible place !
No eata spoohe1ti.no/eedd do /bee!
\ i)a Meesto do hJeorrie he soy,
da rob; M
GrowQcid seech man an' marry1
da tab" i
m tie spika do fodisb.ba Jbb ji |!» a
y \ - f ay; You go!
tjhe hova no time for H>eppo oh no!
!ob she no uianlp do rebb'ifo cyueeck .
jdhe calla , tne Dago , Imako hen.soeckl
/ J connot-a spiko Austral ie-at oil. ,
TVo m dasurfa, no Jaffa do ball.
3d tab soy'Yougo-a an'ckana da/eesb! -y\
1fdx>n!P\ixo do ice-creoma in a da deesh
J fmdo no joba! Qa Jumps he say.
Hulloa. you steokadooyst I (jooda doy!
Say, uialta yoo usanla ere. you Dago ccxu ?$L
Ue ptb do plenke da Jappa, da Cfaxo! pfc
)u ujorks loo cPeapa yorxocKe&<\
outdback., ' ffA
YoiTeatd Ted moocha you gptfd
da sochnt
Jo Cook,
Thou iriaka da promise to ueppo dam crooks
' P\ooch better 1 scono to Jtohe soil
, ,' A.r? fello da Qreat Mussolini do. fole,
' "" Good- a -bye to do rob 3eppo not onderstondf
Ah caro mio. da terrible land J
J , JiJ.Cantuiell. s
The Odyssey of
Beppo.
"One hundred Italian immi-
grants, who could not find work
in Sydney, have returned to
Oh caro mio, da terrible place !
No eata spaghetti, no feeda da face!
Da Meesta da Wearne he say, "Colcha
da rab;
Growa da reech man an' marry1
da tab:
He spika da foolish. Da tab
say, "You go!"
She hava no time for Beppo ah no!
Da tab she no wanta da rabbito queeck.
She calla me "Dago," I maka her.seeck:
I cannot a spika Australie at all,
No go in da surfa, no jazza da ball.
Da tab say. "You go-a an' cleana da feesh!
Roon! Mixa da ice-creama in a da deesh!
I finda no joba! Da lumpa he say.
Hulloa, you steak adaoyst I Gooda day!
Say, watta you wanta 'ere, you Dago cow?
We gotta da plentee da Jappa, da Chow!
You worka too cheapa for Cockee
outaback,
You eata too moocha you getta
da sack!
Ah Billee da Yuza an' Signor Jo Cook,
They maka da promise to Beppo dam crook;
Mooch better I scona to Italie sail
An' tella da great Mussolini da tale,
Good-a-bye to da rab Beppo not onderstand!
Ah, caro mio, da terrible land!
H. J. Cantwell.
DIARY of a Two-Year-Old SETTER! (Article), The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), Saturday 8 June 1935 [Issue No.1] page 14 2017-05-19 18:28 out with the guns . . . still on lead. . . . . Banged 'em off over my head . . . .
Celebro-te ¿I bytaJkitAcf
Do¿7 "'Skour-.*
I J
"Eighteen monhs . . met "Tillie . .
she seems to like me too . . . "
"Twenty months . . .
Two years old to-day . .
kids . . Going to have a lot of
One year old ! . . . .
Celebrated by taking
a First at the Gun-
Dog Show . . . . . .
"Eighteen Months . . Met Tillie . . .
She seems to like me too . . . ."
"Twenty months . . . .
trap . . . . Master's
Two years old to-day . . .
lot of fun with 'em, if

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