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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,420,119
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,776
4 annmanley 2,237,561
5 John.F.Hall 2,115,993
...
78 ainsworthscrivenmcdonald 411,642
79 rosier 410,483
80 warpedtime 409,476
81 cjbrill 402,020
82 GJReid-B.Sc.M.Mgmt. 395,390
83 jmiskin 393,515

402,020 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 545
March 2017 457
February 2017 444
January 2017 602
December 2016 451
November 2016 616
October 2016 305
September 2016 320
August 2016 164
July 2016 241
June 2016 134
May 2016 25
April 2016 23
March 2016 18
February 2016 80
January 2016 142
December 2015 425
November 2015 232
October 2015 252
September 2015 915
August 2015 254
July 2015 85
June 2015 184
May 2015 486
April 2015 98
March 2015 501
February 2015 404
January 2015 714
December 2014 193
November 2014 609
October 2014 17,836
September 2014 16,446
August 2014 26,294
July 2014 3,715
June 2014 2,353
May 2014 1,557
April 2014 546
March 2014 958
February 2014 918
January 2014 1,736
December 2013 1,202
November 2013 698
October 2013 1,319
September 2013 3,520
August 2013 4,157
July 2013 3,630
June 2013 20,330
May 2013 16,199
April 2013 2,552
March 2013 3,105
February 2013 1,013
January 2013 862
December 2012 1,347
November 2012 390
October 2012 62
September 2012 2,394
August 2012 2,809
July 2012 19,124
June 2012 11,700
May 2012 2,356
April 2012 2,451
March 2012 753
February 2012 451
January 2012 704
December 2011 2,148
November 2011 1,544
October 2011 3,788
September 2011 868
August 2011 236
July 2011 1,986
June 2011 1,614
May 2011 493
April 2011 1,391
March 2011 21,150
February 2011 49,891
January 2011 47,659
December 2010 2,193
November 2010 3,543
October 2010 1,554
September 2010 3,683
August 2010 1,203
July 2010 4,168
June 2010 3,953
May 2010 3,190
April 2010 2,670
March 2010 1,237
February 2010 4,024
January 2010 4,143
December 2009 9,280
November 2009 7,304
October 2009 3,979
September 2009 3,512
August 2009 2,278
July 2009 1,180
June 2009 2,591
May 2009 1,913
April 2009 3,049
March 2009 812
February 2009 1,235
January 2009 493
December 2008 3,556
November 2008 6,113
October 2008 990

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,420,088
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,887,776
4 annmanley 2,237,491
5 John.F.Hall 2,115,988
...
78 ainsworthscrivenmcdonald 411,555
79 rosier 410,483
80 warpedtime 409,469
81 cjbrill 402,020
82 GJReid-B.Sc.M.Mgmt. 394,983
83 jmiskin 393,515

402,020 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 545
March 2017 457
February 2017 444
January 2017 602
December 2016 451
November 2016 616
October 2016 305
September 2016 320
August 2016 164
July 2016 241
June 2016 134
May 2016 25
April 2016 23
March 2016 18
February 2016 80
January 2016 142
December 2015 425
November 2015 232
October 2015 252
September 2015 915
August 2015 254
July 2015 85
June 2015 184
May 2015 486
April 2015 98
March 2015 501
February 2015 404
January 2015 714
December 2014 193
November 2014 609
October 2014 17,836
September 2014 16,446
August 2014 26,294
July 2014 3,715
June 2014 2,353
May 2014 1,557
April 2014 546
March 2014 958
February 2014 918
January 2014 1,736
December 2013 1,202
November 2013 698
October 2013 1,319
September 2013 3,520
August 2013 4,157
July 2013 3,630
June 2013 20,330
May 2013 16,199
April 2013 2,552
March 2013 3,105
February 2013 1,013
January 2013 862
December 2012 1,347
November 2012 390
October 2012 62
September 2012 2,394
August 2012 2,809
July 2012 19,124
June 2012 11,700
May 2012 2,356
April 2012 2,451
March 2012 753
February 2012 451
January 2012 704
December 2011 2,148
November 2011 1,544
October 2011 3,788
September 2011 868
August 2011 236
July 2011 1,986
June 2011 1,614
May 2011 493
April 2011 1,391
March 2011 21,150
February 2011 49,891
January 2011 47,659
December 2010 2,193
November 2010 3,543
October 2010 1,554
September 2010 3,683
August 2010 1,203
July 2010 4,168
June 2010 3,953
May 2010 3,190
April 2010 2,670
March 2010 1,237
February 2010 4,024
January 2010 4,143
December 2009 9,280
November 2009 7,304
October 2009 3,979
September 2009 3,512
August 2009 2,278
July 2009 1,180
June 2009 2,591
May 2009 1,913
April 2009 3,049
March 2009 812
February 2009 1,235
January 2009 493
December 2008 3,556
November 2008 6,113
October 2008 990

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Advertising (Advertising), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 6 January 1909 [Issue No.12,107] page 8 2017-04-30 12:41 -"PROPERTY, containing 34 acres or
?*- thereabouts, situate at COLE-
bounded by lands belonging to Messro.
full bearing, and a three-ioomed W.B.
by a »e\er-failing stream running
Terms-150 cash deposit. Balance can
remain for 3 or 5 jears nt 5 per cent., or
bart- /
PROPERTY, containing 34 acres or
thereabouts, situate at COLE-
bounded by lands belonging to Messrs.
full bearing, and a three-roomed W.B.
by a never-failing stream running
Terms -150 cash deposit. Balance can
remain for 3 or 5 years nt 5 per cent., or
bart.
TELEGRAMS. TASMANIA. HOBART, April 1. (Article), Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Saturday 2 April 1887 [Issue No.79] page 3 2017-04-29 18:04 pleaded not guilty, an^. was defended by
pleaded not guilty, and was defended by
THE MERCURY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1875. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 30 June 1875 [Issue No.4610] page 2 2017-04-29 18:00 Hoskins. Lot 0,529, 39 acres, parish of Yarlington ;
Hoskins. Lot 6,529, 39 acres, parish of Yarlington ;
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 21 June 1913 [Issue No.13,486] page 1 2017-04-29 10:32 line Halliday, of Flat street, Richmond,
line Halliday, of Flat--- street, Richmond,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 21 June 1913 [Issue No.13,486] page 1 2017-04-29 10:32 HALLIDAY -On limo 20 1013 nt Hobart
lune t h dourly b love<l liujiuid ot Giro
line llnllldij of 1 i »ii I «treet Itlclimrmil
ntl fl ve rs Jrliiul nie reci ectfullj
ln\lt\l to ilt nil lit1- funeral which will
ti o 11 t it 4 limo üoniuorj Colo
Irool on Mondnv Afternoon tho 23rd Inst
nt i n ol ck
HALLIDAY. - On June 20, 1913, at Hobart,
James, the dearly beloved husband of Caro-
line Halliday, of Flat street, Richmond,
aged 61 years. Friends are respectfully
invited to attend his funeral, which will
take place at St. James' Cemetery, Cole-
brook, on Monday Afternoon, the 23rd Inst.,
at 3 o'clock.
THE COLEBROOK FATALITY FOUND UNCONSCIOUS IN AN ASHPIT. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 27 June 1913 [Issue No.13,491] page 2 2017-04-29 10:06 Before fhi Coionor (Air AV O AVi6e)
yesterday, al the 1'OIICL Com', nn inquest
was brid on the boil) of Jau.cs Hullida»
a middle iged m in who was ldmitieu
into tin Gintiiil Hospital on Juno 16 m
au nncoiisiious and enlical condition,
and who died tour dais lalei
Boiboi Vi mon Cicil Uaidinge, trooper
in the lusmiiunn Police lone tit mu
ixl at Colobiook sail ho li id been called
bj Mi Io\, statioiuniV3tei it Colebiool
to see a min who hid been found in in
ishpil li) Gai i,ti AMnte Witness found
tin man l)in" in fiont of the Ino in 4he
\Miitin" loo n with his face t-cintchcd and
a mai k on tin back ot lu» lie d lound
which tho Inn was clotted with blood
and ashes He eon\c)td deccised ni i
whielbauow to Dai id Hallida) s lest
di nee it Lolibion] Dcci ísed se mod to
b d ized and stifiering floin tho etlccts
o dunk md e\posuie \. iuessi"o w11-,
sent foi his info it Hichinon 1 and de
eiasid lum eil was sent to C impuni i and
thence to Ruliinond on tho 11th Hist
Edi» aid Tohn Robeits ECIUOI house
singcon at the Hobut Cenei ii Bo->pitil
dipo ed tint deccised was admitted to the
ho pital on Juno 16 and ho »as uncoil
seiuus and bieilhin^ deeply His pule
was blow md his teinpualuio above uoi
mai Ho was sullenng fiom acute
meningitis Ile remained unconscious
until his death on Juno 20 Hie
meningitis might baie been caused b) a
blow ni otilen» ir-e Ho noticed a small
scalp w ound on the lie id
William AVlnlo, line repnner on Ino
Tnsin mian Government Railways, said
that at about 6 50 am on the 10th Juno
when ho carno to the ashpit near tho
stition ho saw a man Ijmg theie AVit
iiecs spoke to lum, and getting no nnswoi
ho thought the man was dead He gol
down into the ashpit and shook lum li)
the shoulder, and deceased gaie a gioan
AVitness told lum that ho would na\o to
get out, and ho said ' All right," but ho
did not get out Witness saw no blood
oi signs of a struggle .
Michael Buile, inilwav ganger, said
that al 7 o clock on the same morning ho
went lo the ashpit to clean out, and ho
eaw deceased lying there Ho tried to
of the pit, and loft lum clear of tho rail-
way line AVitnesfi then lepoited the
nnttei to the stationmosloi, and that
was tho last he saw of deceased Ho
could got no statement from him as to
how ho had gol into the pit
Other evidence of idei,sihcation was
also called and the Cotonei bl ought in
a veidict that deceased had died at Ho-
bart on June 20 fiom meningitis, in
accoidance with tho medical testimony
Before the Coroner (Mr. W. O. Wise)
yesterday, at the Police Court, an inquest
was held on the body of James Halliday,
a middle aged man who was admitted
into the General Hospital on June 16 in
an unconscious and critical condition,
and who died four days later.
Herbert Vernon Cecil Hardinge, trooper,
in the Tasmanian Police Force station-
ed at Colebrook said he had been called
by Mr. Fox, stationmaster at Colebrook,
to see a man who had been found in an
ashpit by Ganger White. Witness found
the man lying in front of the Iine in the
waiting-room with his face scratched and
a mark on the back of his head, round
which the hair was clotted with blood
and ashes. He conveyed deceased in a
wheelbarrow to David Halliday's resi-
dence in Colebrook. Deceased seemed to
be dazed and suffering from the effects
of drink and exposure. A message was
sent for his wife at Richmond, and de-
ceased himself was sent to Campania, and
thence to Richmond on the 14th inst.
Edward John Roberts, senior house-
surgeon at the Hobart General Hospital,
deposed that deceased was admitted to the
hospital on June 16, and he was uncon-
scious and breathing deeply. His pulse
was slow and his temperature above nor-
mal. He was suffering from acute
meningitis. He remained unconscious
until his death on June 20. The
meningitis might have been caused by a
blow or otherwise. He noticed a small
scalp wound on the head.
William White, line repairer on the
Tasmanian Government Railways, said
that at about 6.50 a.m. on the 10th June
when he carne to the ashpit near the
station he saw a man Iying there. Wit-
ness spoke to him, and getting no answer
he thought the man was dead. He got
down into the ashpit and shook him by
the shoulder, and deceased gave a groan.
Witness told him that he would have to
get out, and he said "All right," but he
did not get out. Witness saw no blood
or signs of a struggle .
Michael Burke, railway ganger, said
that at 7 o clock on the same morning he
went to the ashpit to clean out, and he
saw deceased lying there. He tried to
of the pit, and left him clear of the rail-
way line. Witness then reported the
matter to the stationmaster, and that
was the last he saw of deceased. He
could get no statement from him as to
how he had got into the pit
Other evidence of identification was
also called and the Coroner brought in
a verdict that deceased had died at Ho-
bart on June 20 from meningitis, in
accordance with the medical testimony.
A FALSE STEP IN THE DARK. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 21 June 1913 [Issue No.13,486] page 4 2017-04-28 22:11 j A TALEE STEP IN THE DAKE.
"Intreference to the paragraph in Thurs-
day's 'Mo-cury' concerning tho man
.Tames Halliday, at present a patient in
the Hobart Hospital, he has boon a rest
township He met svith thr. accident
from which he now s-affors by falling into
the ashpit on the railway Ima at Cole-
brook on the night of Bughton races this
monlh. Ho had returned te Colebrook
by *-ho Midlard train, with the intention
of staving the night snth his brother
?nd when leavirg the station missed his
way in the dark, and waJked towards th»
ashpit, into which ho fell heavily, there-
by sustaining the injury from which ho
is row suffpnng." Halliday died at th»
ketpital yesterday morning, never hann
regained consciousness *
A FALSE STEP IN THE DARK.
"In reference to the paragraph in Thurs-
day's 'Mercury' concerning the man
James Halliday, at present a patient in
the Hobart Hospital, he has been a resi-
township. He met with the accident
from which he now suffers by falling into
the ashpit on the railway line at Cole-
brook on the night of Brighton races this
month. Ho had returned to Colebrook
by the Midlard train, with the intention
of staying the night snth his brother
and when leavirg the station missed his
way in the dark, and walked towards the
ashpit, into which he fell heavily, there-
by sustaining the injury from which he
is now suffering. Halliday died at the
hospital yesterday morning, never having
regained consciousness.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 5 May 1910 [Issue No.12,516] page 1 2017-04-28 21:58 or Sorell, to Caroline Moneghan, daughter
of Sorell, to Caroline Moneghan, daughter
SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1837. (Before the Acting Chief Justice and a Civil Jury.) (Article), Commercial Journal and Advertiser (Sydney, NSW : 1835 - 1840), Wednesday 8 November 1837 [Issue No.221] page 2 2017-04-27 14:36 > Robert Alexander, Robert Hill, and Edward
s Graham were indicted for burglariously entering
I the dwelling-house of William Bobbins, at Parra-
'matta, on the 23rcl September, with intent" to steal
l the goods. A second Count charged the prisoners
. with stealing a . leg of mutton, some baeoff, and
i sundry other articles. Guilty, to be transported
I for life. - ; ' "
Robert Alexander, Robert Hill, and Edward
Graham were indicted for burglariously entering
the dwelling-house of William Robbins, at Parra-
matta, on the 23rdl September, with intent to steal
the goods. A second Count charged the prisoners
with stealing a leg of mutton, some bacon, and
sundry other articles. Guilty, to be transported
for life.
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, September 18th, 1819. (Article), The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter (Tas. : 1816 - 1821), Saturday 25 September 1819 [Issue No.175] page 1 2017-04-27 14:20 I WILL caude to be put up and SOLD by
I WILL cause to be put up and SOLD by

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