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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,029,465
2 NeilHamilton 2,845,720
3 noelwoodhouse 2,435,451
4 annmanley 2,209,473
5 John.F.Hall 1,916,358
...
66 rosier 410,313
67 bluefilly 405,357
68 BustersMum 402,676
69 cjbrill 398,600
70 warpedtime 391,081
71 suedebyga 388,709

398,600 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

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 4,029,464
2 NeilHamilton 2,845,720
3 noelwoodhouse 2,435,451
4 annmanley 2,209,446
5 John.F.Hall 1,916,358
...
66 rosier 410,313
67 bluefilly 405,343
68 BustersMum 402,672
69 cjbrill 398,600
70 warpedtime 391,081
71 suedebyga 388,709

398,600 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

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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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 3,1836. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Friday 3 June 1836 [Issue No.512] page 2 2016-09-18 11:28 The whaling season, we aro happy to say,
has commenced (his year with" increased ex-
ertion and^ prospects of BUCCCSB. Messrs.
five, and Mr. Lucas's to thirty, makin},' in all
The whaling season, we are happy to say,
has commenced (his year with increased ex-
ertion and prospects of success. Messrs.
five, and Mr. Lucas's to thirty, making in all
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the True Colonist. (Article), The True Colonist Van Diemen's Land Political Despatch, and Agricultural and Commercial... (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1834 - 1844), Friday 3 June 1836 [Issue No.150] page 175 2016-09-18 11:24 Sin, — Hav'ng just returned from Port Philip, I
Sin, — Having just returned from Port Philip, I
Advertising (Advertising), The True Colonist Van Diemen's Land Political Despatch, and Agricultural and Commercial... (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1834 - 1844), Friday 12 February 1836 [Issue No.134] page 48 2016-09-17 12:29 -£»- against trespassing on eight hundred
by M. M'Omre, the Wallaby Creek, andCrbwn
as occasion may require. , .,.
t ;'„« ,„„«?? Richard Holmes.
Jan. 23, 1836. /[7790
against trespassing on eight hundred
by M. M'Guire, the Wallaby Creek, and Crown
RICHARD HOLMES.
Jan. 23, 1836. [7790
My Log. (Article), The True Colonist Van Diemen's Land Political Despatch, and Agricultural and Commercial... (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1834 - 1844), Friday 22 May 1835 [Issue No.97] page 5 2016-09-17 11:59 ?' . ?:'???-'-?'? ?'? IVXy Xog. ??? '?'?? ??; :.'-;- '' .
? , /' Ccasp. vucle Boreas, blvisitM'ing .
','? '.'.'.? '.. Railer,.' ?''- , .' ' *',' - /'.','
, List ye landsmen unto 'me,, ? ,\
Messmates hear. a brother sailor ,,
Sing, the 'dangers of the sou.'!
?'.' It is the fashion to Head a chapter on
any subiect, %ybether dnlV or pleasant,
serious or comical, .classical or ; assiciil,
with a motto somewhat indicative of tho
say) of your information. My.carisso
and I have heard such marvellous talcs
that 1 was determined it, should serve
my turn, us it has done inany before. me.
At 4h. 45m. r. m,, shipped. on board
the steamer, (wounntor Arthur, bound for
South. Port with passengers. The wea
ther was Ihts least inviting ? that could bo
desired-; the' rnin. descending in torrents
at intervals ; and the tvind blowing .whnt
to me seemed a hurricane. I wou.ld.hu u
have followed the example of a Gentle
man in a white drab Benjamin, ? white
board,- took advantage , oi' a lull, and
bolted. After the. usual bustle of em
barking goods, calling: over rolls, &c,
the tunnel emitted a broad sheet. of black
deck, and the boat shot -from- the Wharf,
amidst; the huzzas of the small, fry
collected to see ; the natives embark.-?—
oi ' laugh;. and grow, fat;'., as. C'ruik
Having done so, Mr. ,.l\at, (not know
My Log.
" Cease rude Boreas, blustering
Railer,
List ye landsmen unto me,
Messmates hear a brother sailor
Sing the dangers of the sea."
It is the fashion to head a chapter on
any subiect, whether dull or pleasant,
serious or comical, .classical or assical,
with a motto somewhat indicative of the
say) of your information. My ear is so
and I have heard such marvellous tales
that I was determined it should serve
my turn, as it has done many before me.
At 4h. 45m. P. M., shipped. on board
the steamer, Governor Arthur, bound for
South Port with passengers. The wea-
ther was the least inviting that could be
desired; the rain descending in torrents
at intervals; and the wind blowing what
to me seemed a hurricane. I would fain
have followed the example of a Gentle-
man in a white drab Benjamin, white
board, took advantage of a lull, and
bolted. After the usual bustle of em-
barking goods, calling over rolls, &c,
the tunnel emitted a broad sheet of black
deck, and the boat shot from the Wharf,
amidst the huzzas of the small fry
collected to see the natives embark.
of ' laugh;. and grow, fat;'., as. C'ruik
Having done so, Mr. Fat, (not know
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1834. WORKING OF THE JURY LAW. (Article), Trumpeter General (Hobart, Tas. : 1833 - 1834), Friday 12 December 1834 [Issue No.97] page 2 2016-09-17 09:46 the Bench, and a mostformidahle array of
Gel I i brand’s arguments, we would re-call
when Attorney-General,consulted byMr.
Gordon:—An assigned servant of Mr.
master had stolen and hilled a cow, the
warrant and the eonstable brought away ;
the hide decribed by the accused, with a
where.Mrs. W ilsou’s cattle were branded.
had received in payment from Mr. Hoilgsou,
brand, with his own D underneath— the
discovered (he trace of an illegible brand,
the hide to he soaked, after which the
[ This was w rit leu fo r tAeTRUE C oloin
the Bench, and a most formidahle array of
judgment until Monday. We were par-
Gellibrand’s arguments, we would re-call
when Attorney-General, consulted by Mr.
Gordon:- An assigned servant of Mr.
master had stolen and killed a cow, the
warrant and the constable brought away
the hide described by the accused, with a
where.Mrs. Wilson’s cattle were branded.
had received in payment from Mr. Hodgson,
brand, with his own D underneath - the
discovered the trace of an illegible brand,
the hide to be soaked, after which the
[This was written for the TRUE COLONIST
Advertising (Advertising), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 29 March 1836 [Issue No.2029] page 2 2016-09-17 09:31 AT TEH YEARS CREDIT ni
AT TEN YEARS CREDIT ni
SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS BEFORE FIRST TERM. THURSDAY, APRIL 21. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 22 April 1881 [Issue No.6196] page 3 2016-09-16 14:36 The shop at,tho Junction ho rented from Burbury.,
Defendant removed from this shop into bia own
atoro.
Geo. Henry White, boarding-house keepordLowor
Junction, deposed : Ho know defendant. Hadj
been a customer of tho plaiutiffs, aud now pur-j
chased his meat from the'defendant. 'About ¡the]
these piga, which was-running at large with
defendant's pigs. Ho told the defendant that one,
of the pigs waa his, and that ho intended killing it|
will givo me your big tub, and lend mo a hand, I will¡
kill two of mine." Ho subsequently told witneaa
that he hod bought eleven pigs from tho plaintiff
the plaintiff. The defendant, after taking, the'
business over, brought the cart to bo repaired at
Baily's. Defendant told him that ho had bought!
pubhehouse licenso, and did not get it. Gough did'
gets into tbe Supremo Court I'll swear his head]
off-" , . '.' i
The shop at,tho Junction he rented from Burbury.,
Defendant removed from this shop into his own
store.
Geo. Henry White, boarding-house keeper, Lowor
Junction, deposed : He know defendant. Had
been a customer of the plaintiffs, aud now pur-
chased his meat from the defendant. About the]
these pigs, which was running at large with
defendant's pigs. He told the defendant that one,
of the pigs was his, and that he intended killing it|
will givo me your big tub, and lend me a hand, I will¡
kill two of mine." He subsequently told witness
that he had bought eleven pigs from the plaintiff
the plaintiff. The defendant, after taking the
business over, brought the cart to be repaired at
Baily's. Defendant told him that he had bought!
pubhehouse license, and did not get it. Gough did'
gets into the Supreme Court I'll swear his head
off."
SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS BEFORE FIRST TERM. FRIDAY, APRIL 22. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 23 April 1881 [Issue No.6197] page 3 2016-09-16 14:26 Friday, Ai-rtl 22.
jj fore His Honor tho Citirr Juvria! , and special
Ulrica of seven
' Ii LS v Gough
Tina case, which w is adjourned from the prov ions
du «nsitimntd The plaintiff olaunoI £100 for
in ney piyablc by tho defendant for tho goodwill
of a butchering buaines» BluoTier, Gould's Country,
ind for goo h fcold mid delivered Mr W ft
chase it A man uamed Mat Thompson was sent
by the witness to manage the Bluo Tier business
J,evertold White that ho had purchased tho chaise
John ltuatou, meohanio, deposed : He remembered
fallen out with Mr. Gough, mcauing the butoheriug
iloor. Heard Iles say that he could have got more
give evidence ho would swear Cough's head off.
Heard Bonar say bo would bet that Gough would
gain the enso, because ho would m al; o a statement
in his favour. Bonar's general oharaoter for truth-
fulness in the district did not stand very higb.
Cross-examined : Ho had boen in tho district for six
years. WaB tho same John Illiston who received a
Mr. Giblin stated that ho wanted to call
evidence as to tho rescinding of tho business. He
linil carefully avoided referring to it during the
Minda Jane White deposed that the plaintiff bad
ber, when ho asked her if ho could have a room to
put his tools in. Sha told him ho must see her
husband. Ile never said he intended carrying on
ti, get this room. Cross-examined : She never told
Bunal', in Gough'8 piesence, that Iles had asked
for a room in which to carry ou his business.
an interview with Uougli on September 24. IN over
said he wanted to break off tho agreement, or that
lie wuuld start business again himself.
opposition to Mr. Iles. The goodwill of tho busi-
ness of Mr. Iles' establishment, with the uso of the
not givo that for it. Cross-examined : Had been in
business nbout three years in Blue Tier. His busi-
ness bad not increased much since the dispute
Mr. Milleu addressed the jury for the defendant ;
and Mr. Gihlin for tho plaintiff.
His Honor stated that the whole matter for tho
ments. It was unfortunate for tho parties in dis-
That, however, did not relieve tho jury from the
minds, and he would not bo entitled to make auy
for the goodwill only, aud that the tools were not
weio included in the contract, then the verdict
had not put him into. possession of that which he
bargained for. They had then to considor whether
chaise cart aud harness were sold to the defendant,
wanted bim to recapitulate the evidence, and tbo
foreman replying in the negativo, the jury retired
' After half.an-hour's consideration, the jury re-
turned with a verdiot for the defendant.
FRIDAY, APRIL 22.
Before His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE, and special
juries of seven
ILES v. GOUGH.
TiThis case, which was adjourned from the previous
day was resumed.The plaintiff claimed £100 for
in ney piyablc by the defendant for tho goodwill
of a butchering buainess, BlueTier, Gould's Country,
ind for goo h sold mid delivered Mr W ft
chase it. A man uamed Mat Thompson was sent
by the witness to manage the Blue Tier business
Never told White that he had purchased tho chaise
cart from Iles. The harness remained on witness'
John Ruston, meohanic, deposed: He remembered
fallen out with Mr. Gough, meaning the butcheriug
floor. Heard Iles say that he could have got more
give evidence he would swear Cough's head off.
Heard Bonar say he would bet that Gough would
gain the case, because he would m al; o a statement
in his favour. Bonar's general character for truth-
fulness in the district did not stand very high.
Cross-examined: He had been in the district for six
years. Was the same John Ruston who received a
Mr. GIBLIN stated that he wanted to call
evidence as to the rescinding of the business. He
had carefully avoided referring to it during the
Belinda Jane White deposed that the plaintiff had
ber, when he asked her if he could have a room to
put his tools in. She told him he must see her
husband. He never said he intended carrying on
to get this room. Cross-examined : She never told
Bonar, in Gough's presence, that Iles had asked
for a room in which to carry on his business.
an interview with Gough on September 24. Never
said he wanted to break off the agreement, or that
he would start business again himself.
opposition to Mr. Iles. The goodwill of the busi-
ness of Mr. Iles' establishment, with the use of the
not give that for it. Cross-examined: Had been in
business about three years in Blue Tier. His busi-
ness had not increased much since the dispute
Mr. MILLER addressed the jury for the defendant ;
and Mr. GIBLIN for the plaintiff.
His Honor stated that the whole matter for the
ments. It was unfortunate for the parties in dis-
That, however, did not relieve the jury from the
minds, and he would not be entitled to make any
for the goodwill only, and that the tools were not
were included in the contract, then the verdict
had not put him into possession of that which he
bargained for. They had then to consider whether
chaise cart and harness were sold to the defendant,
wanted him to recapitulate the evidence, and tbo
foreman replying in the negative, the jury retired
After half.an-hour's consideration, the jury re-
turned with a verdict for the defendant.
SUPREME COURT. (Article), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Saturday 23 April 1881 [Issue No.94] page 2 2016-09-16 11:48 his Honour the Chief Justice. The fol
lowing cases were called:*
Isles v. M'Gough.-Continued from
his Honour the Chief Justice. The fol-
lowing cases were called:-
Isles v. M'Gough. - Continued from
GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, May 4th, 1821. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser (Tas. : 1821 - 1825), Wednesday 9 May 1821 page 1 2016-09-15 15:49 [Scroll down for continuation.]

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