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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 3,808,836
2 NeilHamilton 2,723,110
3 noelwoodhouse 2,231,826
4 annmanley 2,177,447
5 TheWorldsGreatestTroveCorrector 1,864,209
...
60 desmodium 413,267
61 rosier 410,360
62 Trevor.Poultney 399,110
63 cjbrill 397,720
64 julyn 395,382
65 IanAHawke 394,096

397,720 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2016 23
March 2016 22
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 3,808,835
2 NeilHamilton 2,723,110
3 noelwoodhouse 2,231,826
4 annmanley 2,177,447
5 TheWorldsGreatestTroveCorrector 1,864,041
...
60 desmodium 413,267
61 rosier 410,360
62 Trevor.Poultney 399,110
63 cjbrill 397,720
64 julyn 395,382
65 IanAHawke 393,849

397,720 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2016 23
March 2016 22
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), Hobart Town Gazette (Tas. : 1825 - 1827), Saturday 7 July 1827 [Issue No.583] page 1 2016-04-29 10:48 FOUR DOLLARS REWTRDT^"
STRATED about the 8th. day of' June,
from the farm of William Hayes of Bagdad]
FOUR DOLLARS REWARD.
STRAYED about the 8th. day of June,
from the farm of William Hayes of Bagdad
THE BUSHRANGERS. (Article), Hobart Town Gazette (Tas. : 1825 - 1827), Saturday 31 December 1825 [Issue No.504] page 2 2016-04-29 10:39 them immediately suapt a pistol, but        
is believed, severely. Among the j«»?î*->
them immediately snapt a pistol, but
is believed, severely. Among the j«»?î*->
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, September, 5th, 1818. (Article), The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter (Tas. : 1816 - 1821), Saturday 5 September 1818 [Issue No.119] page 1 2016-04-29 10:34 GOVERNMEN I'PUBLU; NOTICED
T'HUMAS HAYES, jim. is appointed a
* Confiable for Bagdad and adjoining
Diitria.
p DWARD BROWN is appointed Ov
GOVERNMEN PUBLIC NOTICE.
THOMAS HAYES, jun. is appointed a
Constable for Bagdad and adjoining
District.
EDWARD BROWN is appointed Ov
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, April 6, 1826. (Article), Hobart Town Gazette (Tas. : 1825 - 1827), Saturday 15 April 1826 [Issue No.519] page 1 2016-04-27 16:25 Bagdad fy Brighton,-William Kimberly
Bagdad & Brighton, - William Kimberly
THE MERCURY. HOBART: FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1895. EPITOME OF NEWS. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 25 October 1895 [Issue No.8006] page 2 2016-04-01 11:49 RELEASED.-The Attorney-General has
order ii the leleuse ot the widuw of tho lato
Henry Nntikeville, whose dead ho<ly wau (Un-
Wednesday, She wa» undergoing asenteuoo
of titree mooth«' imprisonment iu the
Holiarc Gaol, and in uousequcnou of the
doutb of her husbind her young children
were left without protvetion.
  • the death of Alfred Harrex, our Macquarie &nbsp;
  • Plains correspondent having omitted to do &nbsp;
  • powder the stock gave way and the &nbsp; &nbsp;
  • one, tho poor fellow's bowels actually pro- &nbsp;
  • truding, he did not lose his presence of &nbsp;
  • not held till Monday, when a verdict of &nbsp;
  • RELEASED. -The Attorney-General has
    ordered the release of the widow of the late
    Henry Nankerville, whose dead body was dis-
    Wednesday, She was undergoing a sentence
    of three months' imprisonment in the
    Hobart Gaol, and in consequence of the
    death of her husband her young children
    were left without protection.
  • the death of Alfred Harrex, our Macquarie
  • Plains correspondent having omitted to do
  • powder the stock gave way and the
  • one, tho poor fellow's bowels actually pro-
  • truding, he did not lose his presence of
    not held till Monday, when a verdict of
  • ANOTHER ATTEMPT AT THE DESCRIPTIVE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 5 July 1864 [Issue No.2036] page 2 2016-03-30 12:01 Mujor, of Crimean expciience, and I, proceeded to
    Jerusalem, iu order to shoot wnttlo birds, probably
    a hearty breakfast wo started, in a chaise cart
    (hat celebrated pocket epitome of a coachman,
    known by the soubriquet of "Little George",
    Giving tho lash to our nags, away we sped merrily,
    our wrap«, and fortifying tho ¡uwardinan j an excel-
    lent opossuiu-skiu-rug, from the picturesque lakes of
    well. Again wa start, our stoeds seeming to fly under
    tho able manipulat!o<j of our accomplished Jehu ;
    wo discussing the affairs of the nation and the
    destination, the roads generally being exeorable, of
  • which more anon, putting our horses to bait at the &nbsp;
  • " Lion." Strange in this new Jerusalem the Lion
    After refreshing ourselves with aandwiohes, «to.,
    station (a receptacle for conviotB)aod its picturesque
  • Major, of Crimean expciience, and I, proceeded to
    Jerusalem, in order to shoot wattle birds, probably
    a hearty breakfast we started, in a chaise cart
    that celebrated pocket epitome of a coachman,
    known by the soubriquet of "Little George".
    Giving the lash to our nags, away we sped merrily,
    our wraps, and fortifying the inwardman; an excel-
    lent opossum-skin-rug, from the picturesque lakes of
    well. Again we start, our steeds seeming to fly under
    the able manipulation of our accomplished Jehu ;
    we discussing the affairs of the nation and the
    destination, the roads generally being execrable, of
  • which more anon, putting our horses to bait at the
  • "Lion." Strange in this new Jerusalem the Lion
    After refreshing ourselves with sandwiches, «to.,
    station (a receptacle for convicts)aod its picturesque
  • SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, March 21. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice, and a Jury of twelve) Cox v. GERRAND. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Thursday 24 March 1853 [Issue No.2539] page 3 2016-03-18 16:59 of Bagdad, agaiust Hamilton Gerraod, shopkeeper
    of Bagdad, agaiust Hamilton Gerrand, shopkeeper
    HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. Best Bread, per Loaf, 8d.; Household, 7d. (Article), The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter (Tas. : 1816 - 1821), Saturday 26 September 1818 [Issue No.122] page 1 2016-03-07 10:38 On Saturday afternoon as some labourers &nbsp;
    were employed in ploughing a small allotment
    from motives of curiosity was anxious to know    
    pieces of it. The owner of the ground &nbsp;
    (William Ashton in Liverpool-street) has some of  
    by several persons, who esteem it very &nbsp;
    On Saturday afternoon as some labourers
    were employed in ploughing a small allotment
    from motives of curiosity was anxious to know
    pieces of it. The owner of the ground
    (William Ashton in Liverpool-street) has some of
    by several persons, who esteem it very
    ATHLETICS. SPORTS AT COLEBROOK. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 28 December 1914 [Issue No.13,983] page 7 2016-02-21 16:04 The Colebrook sports-an annual ins«,
    tution, Ufiunllj well favouied bj the pub
    he-weic held on Saturday afternoon Ow-
    ing to the inclement weat hei, the at
    teiidince was veiv moderate The rain,
    which had been falling lightly all di), in.
    ciensed a lout th« middle of the afternoon,
    ard, liiougit all the events wcie tai ned
    tinoiigh, the) were considerably dampened
    and lacking m interest V «Old might bl
    said legnding the ariangoments, which
    weic not all that could be desued, al
    though it must be In ought to mi ml that
    the \arion» officials had mail) difficulties
    to contend with
    -^~---.
    r
    The Colebrook sports - an annual insti-
    tution, usually well favoured by the pub-
    lic - were held on Saturday afternoon. Ow-
    ing to the inclement weather, the at-
    tendance was very moderate. The rain,
    which had been falling lightly all day, in-
    creased about the middle of the afternoon,
    and, though all the events were carried
    through, they were considerably dampened
    and lacking in interest. A word might be
    said regarding the arrangements, which
    were not all that could be desired, al-
    though it must be brought to mind that
    the various officials had many difficulties
    to contend with.


    THE MERCURY HOBART: WED., JUNE 4, 1902. EPITOME OF NEWS. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 4 June 1902 [Issue No.10,056] page 2 2016-02-18 13:39 WHITEFOORD-V correspondent wutes
    -"Quite a gloom baa been cast over tins
    district bj tlie death of Miss Rose Nettle
    fold, daughter of Mr G Nettlefold, i P ,
    of Baden Miss Nettlefold «ho had been
    ill only a few dajs, succumbed to an
    attack of pneumonia on Saturday, Ma}
    31, at Oatlands, whithei she had gone to
    help to nuise the «hildren of her eistet
    (Mis H 1 lgher), n ho had be°u Buffering
    irom measles The joung ladj nas known i
    for her leadiness to assist in aujtlnag
    her tellon creatures True heartfelt
    sjmpatby for the beieaved parents and
    lelatires («ho are numerous) is felt bj
    all." I
    WHITEFOORD. - A correspondent writes:
    - "Quite a gloom baa been cast over this
    district by the death of Miss Rose Nettle-
    fold, daughter of Mr. G. Nettlefold, J.P.,
    of Baden. Miss Nettlefold, who had been
    ill only a few days, succumbed to an
    attack of pneumonia on Saturday, May
    31, at Oatlands, whither she had gone to
    help to nurse the children of her sister
    (Mrs. H. Fisher), who had been suffering
    from measles The young lady was known
    for her readiness to assist in anything
    her fellow creatures. True heartfelt
    sympathy for the bereaved parents and
    relatives (who are numerous) is felt by
    all."

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