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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,505,304
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,008
3 noelwoodhouse 2,969,941
4 annmanley 2,242,397
5 John.F.Hall 2,198,784
...
840 gemini1945 36,815
841 michael.armstrong 36,792
842 Peaceposter 36,717
843 annamareemalmgren 36,701
844 Suan 36,680
845 nolacrossman 36,678

36,701 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 569
April 2017 4,403
March 2017 5,863
February 2017 6,684
January 2017 2,953
December 2016 4,245
November 2016 869
October 2016 233
September 2016 1,232
August 2016 1,043
July 2016 142
June 2016 226
May 2016 3
April 2016 502
March 2016 85
February 2016 74
January 2016 901
December 2015 90
November 2015 81
October 2015 273
September 2015 1,120
August 2015 671
July 2015 242
May 2015 102
April 2015 269
March 2015 125
February 2015 171
January 2015 1
November 2014 89
October 2014 179
September 2014 198
August 2014 65
June 2014 3
January 2014 76
December 2013 23
November 2013 25
September 2013 8
July 2013 17
June 2013 58
May 2013 70
February 2013 72
January 2013 47
October 2012 351
September 2012 11
July 2012 18
April 2012 242
March 2012 508
February 2012 907
January 2012 450
December 2011 28
November 2011 18
October 2011 3
August 2011 35
June 2011 15
April 2011 13

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,505,273
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,008
3 noelwoodhouse 2,969,941
4 annmanley 2,242,327
5 John.F.Hall 2,198,779
...
844 sullyv 36,589
845 SEButler 36,565
846 Rockingham 36,553
847 annamareemalmgren 36,494
848 JimPope 36,489
849 rgbmau 36,488

36,494 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 569
April 2017 4,374
March 2017 5,698
February 2017 6,680
January 2017 2,953
December 2016 4,244
November 2016 869
October 2016 233
September 2016 1,232
August 2016 1,043
July 2016 142
June 2016 226
April 2016 497
March 2016 85
February 2016 74
January 2016 901
December 2015 90
November 2015 81
October 2015 273
September 2015 1,120
August 2015 671
July 2015 242
May 2015 102
April 2015 269
March 2015 125
February 2015 171
January 2015 1
November 2014 89
October 2014 179
September 2014 198
August 2014 65
June 2014 3
January 2014 76
December 2013 23
November 2013 25
September 2013 8
July 2013 17
June 2013 58
May 2013 70
February 2013 72
January 2013 47
October 2012 351
September 2012 11
July 2012 18
April 2012 242
March 2012 508
February 2012 907
January 2012 450
December 2011 28
November 2011 18
October 2011 3
August 2011 35
June 2011 15
April 2011 13

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 96,209
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 27,572
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
101 kenhiggs 211
102 SheffieldPark 209
103 Pandainasuit 208
104 annamareemalmgren 207
105 MaxineM 207
106 lionelkilner 194

207 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 29
March 2017 165
February 2017 4
December 2016 1
May 2016 3
April 2016 5


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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Advertising (Advertising), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 13 June 1849 [Issue No.948] page 1 2017-05-07 18:29 /CHARLES GRIES, Bookbinder and Stationer,
\J Rundle-street (second door from Mr Cottrell's
JOHN HART,
CHARLES GRIES, Bookbinder and Stationer,
Rundle-street (second door from Mr Cottrell's
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 5 September 1849 [Issue No.972] page 3 2017-05-07 18:26 nave determined ouierwise, tne voices or tne people
WUhelmine Marie, but owing to the absence of Dr.
doubt that. the death was a natural one consequent on
.state that agricultural operations in the district known
have determined otherwise, the voices or the people
Wilhelmine Marie, but owing to the absence of Dr.
doubt that the death was a natural one consequent on
state that agricultural operations in the district known
THE "WAPPAUS" GERMAN SHIP via MELBOURNE. (Article), Adelaide Times (SA : 1848 - 1858), Monday 2 April 1849 [Issue No.27] page 3 2017-05-07 18:21 There is not much general new3 of import
nate pai ty, consisting of thirteen, had, with
There is not much general news of import
nate party, consisting of thirteen, had, with
THE GERMAN EMIGRANT SHIP "STEINWAERDER." (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 13 January 1849 [Issue No.904] page 3 2017-05-07 18:20 emigrants arc said to be of unexceptionable
that it vas their intention, in conjunction with
emigrants are said to be of unexceptionable
that it was their intention, in conjunction with
GERMAN INTERPRETER WANTED. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 2 May 1849 [Issue No.936] page 2 2017-05-07 18:19 aeainst German settlers seldom give satisfaction, because
seldom admitted to be correct, tor my own part, when- -
Been instances of swerving very inconsistent with correct
landed; and it is certainly quite time to ensure for. tbe
I would humbly propose that an inte;ligent Knglish in.
should be employed and paid by the Government. 1 am
ter. To guard againBt misapprehension, as well as minin
that the interpreter had failed to give some portion of. the
lezallr incompetent by any such previous interference. .
5 J r an Om- Colokist.
against German settlers seldom give satisfaction, because
seldom admitted to be correct, tor my own part, when-
seen instances of swerving very inconsistent with correct
landed; and it is certainly quite time to ensure for the
I would humbly propose that an intelligent English in
should be employed and paid by the Government. I am
ter. To guard against misapprehension, as well as misin
that the interpreter had failed to give some portion of the
legally incompetent by any such previous interference. .
An Old Colonist
GERMAN NATURALIZATION. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 28 April 1847 [Issue No.726] page 2 2017-05-07 18:15 a number of Geimans of the labouring class
It seems strange that such -a difficulty should
one element all the resources of the -country
mo,t pressing object for the colony. It is true
The obvious conclusion to be drown from
'bued with the feelings of citizens. They should
feel whatever might be the country of their birth,
and whatever the name bv which thev were
the present state ot Europe, but there can be
on the legislature irom without.
long be permitted to continue. , When it is re- j
moved, the marked inferiority of one class can '
scarcely fail to excite dissatisfaction and dis-j
content. We can see no reason for perpetua- ;
a number of Germans of the labouring class
It seems strange that such a difficulty should
one element all the resources of the country
most pressing object for the colony. It is true
The obvious conclusion to be drawn from
bued with the feelings of citizens. They should
feel whatever might be the country of their birth,
and whatever the name by which they were
the present state of Europe, but there can be
on the legislature from without.
long be permitted to continue. , When it is re-
moved, the marked inferiority of one class can
scarcely fail to excite dissatisfaction and dis-
content. We can see no reason for perpetua-
GERMAN EMIGRATION. (Article), South Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1844 - 1851), Friday 11 February 1848 [Issue No.914] page 1 2017-05-07 18:11 who had gone over to the German settlement*
in the United States, in his sacred calling', tb»
following particulars uot uninteresting to emi
from year to year, so that their humber majr
now be computed at four millions ia the3
United States. . The simple reason of fJbat
States, namely-Missouri, Illinois, Tt«-«"»^
must, however, not forget that the land, such '
corn. lu the following years, also wheat and
dance, because they require no. care of feeding,
and seek their own food. A handful- of salt
! horse indispensable. You see them thus both
I men and women come to church on horseback,
¡ be found as in Germany ; but very inconside
! rabie, little, and badly-built places (except St.
j Louis), chiefly consisting of shops. There are
] and carpenters ; everything else people try to
1 prepare and manufacture for themselves, and
! the work is of course clumsy enough. Wheels
? for waggons, ex. g., they make from the slices
value, and give in exchauge clothes, dresses,
ways in Prussia. Trees, which freqdejitly tall
across the road* are hardly ever removed, and
the traveller must priss hy them. There are
but few bridges, a circumstance that readers
who had gone over to the German settlements
in the United States, in his sacred calling, the
following particulars not uninteresting to emi
from year to year, so that their number may
now be computed at four millions in the
United States. . The simple reason of that
States, namely-Missouri, Illinois, Indiana,
must, however, not forget that the land, such
corn. ln the following years, also wheat and
dance, because they require no care of feeding,
and seek their own food. A handful of salt
horse indispensable. You see them thus both
men and women come to church on horseback,
be found as in Germany ; but very inconside
rable, little, and badly-built places (except St.
Louis), chiefly consisting of shops. There are
and carpenters ; everything else people try to
prepare and manufacture for themselves, and
the work is of course clumsy enough. Wheels
for waggons, ex. g., they make from the slices
value, and give in exchange clothes, dresses,
ways in Prussia. Trees, which frequently fall
across the road, are hardly ever removed, and
the traveller must pass by them. There are
but few bridges, a circumstance that renders
GERMAN EMIGRATION. (Article), South Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1844 - 1851), Friday 5 February 1847 [Issue No.808] page 7 2017-05-07 18:07 OÜE Port Phillip neighbors are endeavoring to
divert to their shores «onie of the German emi-
nave opened a correspondence with Mr Swaine,
-.by this colony* where, from the discovery of
^_demand. It is highly important that measures
should be taken for me cliffusion of correct in
- fication, we apprehend, of no great difficulty in
the Victoria Gold Mine in RT. S. Wales.
When we view these facts, in connection j
with these recent exertions to divert German :
emigration to Port Phillip, it really looks not;
a little suspicious, and ought to rouse the co-<
lonists to defeat misrepresentation, whether1
accidental or designed. - j
In connection with the same subject, we j
may mention that a large emigration takes *
place annually from Germany to the United!
States, a considerable portion of which takes1
shipping from London or some omer British '
port. Were brief accounts of this colony, (in ;
. German), authenticated by Germans resident'
here, circulated among intending emigrants,:
they could not but be influential with many in '
inducing them to prefer our more-favoured'
country. j
Our Port Phillip neighbors are endeavoring to
divert to their shores some of the German emi-
have opened a correspondence with Mr Swaine,
by this colony, where, from the discovery of
demand. It is highly important that measures
should be taken for the diffusion of correct in
fication, we apprehend, of no great difficulty in
the Victoria Gold Mine in N. S. Wales.
When we view these facts, in connection
with these recent exertions to divert German
emigration to Port Phillip, it really looks not
a little suspicious, and ought to rouse the co-
lonists to defeat misrepresentation, whether
accidental or designed. -
In connection with the same subject, we
may mention that a large emigration takes
place annually from Germany to the United
States, a considerable portion of which takes
shipping from London or some omer British
port. Were brief accounts of this colony, (in
German), authenticated by Germans resident
here, circulated among intending emigrants,
they could not but be influential with many in
inducing them to prefer our more-favoured
country.
GERMAN WOMEN. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 31 January 1846 page 4 2017-05-07 18:04 In my way from Spa, I saw a woman thrash- <*>
ing in a barn with a man; she beat her time
well, and laid it on as hard as her part Her.
ture lays upon the sex. 1 have not yet seen
any female postillions, or (op-sawyers, but I
Hater Cure.
In my way from Spa, I saw a woman thrash-
ing in a barn with a man; she beat her time
well, and laid it on as hard as her partner.
ture lays upon the sex. I have not yet seen
any female postillions, or top-sawyers, but I
Water Cure.
Advertising (Advertising), Adelaide Times (SA : 1848 - 1858), Monday 25 June 1849 [Issue No.39] page 2 2017-05-04 22:04 HORTLY arrived from Germany, takes the
SHORTLY arrived from Germany, takes the

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