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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,298,394
2 NeilHamilton 2,990,320
3 noelwoodhouse 2,771,347
4 annmanley 2,225,878
5 John.F.Hall 2,071,889
...
83 vjkingsr 388,678
84 Sharon.Nunn 388,390
85 jmiskin 388,086
86 doug.Butler 379,962
87 neilhilt47smith 376,380
88 GJReid-B.Sc.M.Mgmt. 372,374

379,962 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 4,250
January 2017 6,489
December 2016 8,097
November 2016 6,906
October 2016 4,681
September 2016 4,400
August 2016 6,877
July 2016 5,862
June 2016 7,793
May 2016 15,166
April 2016 2,850
March 2016 4,448
February 2016 2,232
January 2016 2,983
December 2015 3,144
November 2015 3,943
October 2015 3,117
September 2015 3,128
August 2015 3,944
July 2015 3,162
June 2015 5,398
May 2015 7,274
April 2015 7,511
March 2015 4,155
February 2015 7,164
January 2015 7,318
December 2014 5,825
November 2014 6,089
October 2014 8,070
September 2014 3,193
August 2014 4,637
July 2014 4,862
June 2014 1,777
May 2014 3,309
April 2014 2,873
March 2014 5,016
February 2014 3,091
January 2014 7,030
December 2013 7,520
November 2013 8,512
October 2013 9,463
September 2013 13,471
August 2013 9,280
July 2013 5,891
June 2013 5,396
May 2013 7,558
April 2013 2,124
March 2013 6,291
February 2013 8,905
January 2013 4,894
December 2012 3,920
November 2012 8,805
October 2012 5,452
September 2012 3,753
August 2012 2,657
July 2012 5,339
June 2012 2,593
May 2012 2,343
April 2012 2,272
March 2012 3,538
February 2012 3,850
January 2012 2,046
December 2011 931
November 2011 3,151
October 2011 2,956
September 2011 3,303
August 2011 2,871
July 2011 3,141
June 2011 2,595
May 2011 5,187
April 2011 5,184
March 2011 2,874
February 2011 3,147
January 2011 442
December 2010 411
November 2010 645
October 2010 1,825
September 2010 1,734
August 2010 540
July 2010 191
June 2010 529
May 2010 2,298
April 2010 1,482
February 2010 43
January 2010 133
October 2009 412

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,298,391
2 NeilHamilton 2,990,320
3 noelwoodhouse 2,771,347
4 annmanley 2,225,808
5 John.F.Hall 2,071,884
...
83 vjkingsr 388,678
84 Sharon.Nunn 388,390
85 jmiskin 388,086
86 doug.Butler 379,962
87 neilhilt47smith 376,336
88 graham.pearce 372,363

379,962 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 4,250
January 2017 6,489
December 2016 8,097
November 2016 6,906
October 2016 4,681
September 2016 4,400
August 2016 6,877
July 2016 5,862
June 2016 7,793
May 2016 15,166
April 2016 2,850
March 2016 4,448
February 2016 2,232
January 2016 2,983
December 2015 3,144
November 2015 3,943
October 2015 3,117
September 2015 3,128
August 2015 3,944
July 2015 3,162
June 2015 5,398
May 2015 7,274
April 2015 7,511
March 2015 4,155
February 2015 7,164
January 2015 7,318
December 2014 5,825
November 2014 6,089
October 2014 8,070
September 2014 3,193
August 2014 4,637
July 2014 4,862
June 2014 1,777
May 2014 3,309
April 2014 2,873
March 2014 5,016
February 2014 3,091
January 2014 7,030
December 2013 7,520
November 2013 8,512
October 2013 9,463
September 2013 13,471
August 2013 9,280
July 2013 5,891
June 2013 5,396
May 2013 7,558
April 2013 2,124
March 2013 6,291
February 2013 8,905
January 2013 4,894
December 2012 3,920
November 2012 8,805
October 2012 5,452
September 2012 3,753
August 2012 2,657
July 2012 5,339
June 2012 2,593
May 2012 2,343
April 2012 2,272
March 2012 3,538
February 2012 3,850
January 2012 2,046
December 2011 931
November 2011 3,151
October 2011 2,956
September 2011 3,303
August 2011 2,871
July 2011 3,141
June 2011 2,595
May 2011 5,187
April 2011 5,184
March 2011 2,874
February 2011 3,147
January 2011 442
December 2010 411
November 2010 645
October 2010 1,825
September 2010 1,734
August 2010 540
July 2010 191
June 2010 529
May 2010 2,298
April 2010 1,482
February 2010 43
January 2010 133
October 2009 412

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METROPOLITAN MEMORANDA. (Article), The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser (SA : 1880 - 1954), Friday 14 July 1893 [Issue No.667] page 3 2017-02-21 20:17 the effect tbst-an &i&ion is-pending against a
writer in the Sooth-Eastern -Star who has
recklessly takenrthe name of 'Mr.- Tomkinson -
in-vain. A -politician should not be thin
skinned, and, While there are' other means - of
the effect that an action is pending against a
writer in the South-Eastern Star who has
recklessly taken the name of Mr. Tomkinson
in vain. A politician should not be thin
skinned, and, while there are' other means - of
To the Editor, "Kalgoorlie Miner." (Article), West Australian Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1897 - 1902), Sunday 30 July 1899 [Issue No.85] page 6 2017-02-21 20:13 to thank Mr. George ll Barrow for
bis disinterested advocacy of my claims
to thank Mr. George L. Barrow for
his disinterested advocacy of my claims
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 27 November 1913 [Issue No.21,012] page 1 2017-02-21 19:41 Huron, lounger daughter of lames Barrow,
Huron, younger daughter of James Barrow,
OAKLEIGH BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, October 11th (Article), The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader (North Brighton, Vic. : 1888 - 1902), Saturday 14 October 1893 [Issue No.354] page 4 2017-02-21 19:36 From 0. J. Barrow adverting to'
satisfactorily settled without aniy
From C. J. Barrow adverting to
satisfactorily settled without any
The South Bourke and Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1889. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 20 November 1889 [Issue No.29] page 2 2017-02-21 18:38 There is, a prospect of an. early com
mencement of, the construction of; the
proposed'line of tramway from Oakleigh
thelio aeortory the coinpapq which istii
Irons the Bochum Union in Germany
stating that thby think favorably of cer
tain proposals made to them. -At the
special request of tho Boohum-Union, the
There is, a prospect of an. early com-
mencement of the construction of; the
proposed line of tramway from Oakleigh
the secretary to the company which is to
from the Bochum Union in Germany
stating that they think favorably of cer-
tain proposals made to them. At the
special request of tho Bochum-Union, the
SCRATCHINGA IN THE CITY. [BY A PENCIL.] (Article), Kapunda Herald (SA : 1878 - 1951), Tuesday 15 December 1891 [Issue No.2,444] page 3 2017-02-21 18:14 1 writes with a sharp pen dipped into caustic- ]
tainted ink. This means entertaining j
by worshipping Dr. Cockburn as an arch
angel, and pelting literary • expletives at
Mr. Playford under the erroneous impres
sion that Playford and devil are synouymous
successful, and that tlie libal fund of the
A eios will run no risks.
1 writes with a sharp pen dipped into caustic-
tainted ink. This means entertaining
by worshipping Dr. Cockburn as an arch-
angel, and pelting literary expletives at
Mr. Playford under the erroneous impres-
sion that Playford and devil are synonymous
successful, and that the libel fund of the
News will run no risks.
SCRATCHINGS IN THE CITY. (Article), Kapunda Herald (SA : 1878 - 1951), Tuesday 18 June 1889 [Issue No.2,184] page 3 2017-02-21 18:07 ferring to devote himself-though a land
nationalist-to the seductions of a land agency
I during the recent boom in Melbourne. This
I weapons again.
X have received the first issue of a newspaper
-The OaJcleigh and Fern Tree Gully Times
published bj liinx about eleven miles from
Barrow wrote it, even if bis name did not ap
pear in thn imprint:-"Victoria is dominated
denunciations against the corruption and con
despised locality of th6 flesh pots of Egypt,
size' that it suggests a possibility of meeting
Tet there was a time when really excellent
moBt dangerous fashion. I have often wished
occasion to "come out strong." If the 0. and
JF. T. Q-. Times does not cause Victorian
plutocrats to writhe Mr. Barrow will disap
ferring to devote himself - though a land
nationalist - to the seductions of a land agency
during the recent boom in Melbourne. This
weapons again.
I have received the first issue of a newspaper
-The Oakleigh and Fern Tree Gully Times
published by him about eleven miles from
Barrow wrote it, even if his name did not ap
pear in the imprint:-"Victoria is dominated
denunciations against the corruption and con-
despised locality of the flesh pots of Egypt,
size that it suggests a possibility of meeting
Yet there was a time when really excellent
most dangerous fashion. I have often wished
occasion to "come out strong." If the O. and
F. T. G. Times does not cause Victorian
plutocrats to writhe Mr. Barrow will disap-
SCRATCHINGS IN THE CITY. [BY A PENCIL.] (Article), Kapunda Herald (SA : 1878 - 1951), Tuesday 7 September 1886 [Issue No.1894] page 3 2017-02-21 17:59 SCRATCHINGrS IN THE CITY.
tbr a Pencil.!
That every laugh be olean and fairly bought;
hot-headed, hasty in judgment, and steam
character, such a disregard of conventionali
quence pf some little friction he left, and
direct and clear of meaning, though too im
wide-awake man, who has made bis name
castically, " Well, sir, it seems tba,t the.
speech o£ the. hqn, rapmjber is. all I Am,!" In
, made of them in the next day's paper. The
unconscious joke was so good tli&t it {had an
years! A member or the Houbs was so good
pot; there was G-. M. Waterhouse; there
some late-coming men who are pushing them
selves into prominence. T)o the Downers and
reflect that in twenty years there will he
In connection with that sentimental sug
amongst us our public men are absolutely non*
Bray is a smart and lucky fellow, isn't he P'*
say he's too heavy a praacher I always did
say when I first beerd John 'Enery Bray
speak in 3£apunda Wesleyan Chapel that he'd
reader j " I refer to the Hon. J. C. Bray, the
seriously, " I never heerd or ee; wonder
SCRATCHINGS IN THE CITY.
[BY A PENCIL]
That every laugh be clean and fairly bought;
hot-headed, hasty in judgment, and steam-
character, such a disregard of conventionali-
quence of some little friction he left, and
direct and clear of meaning, though too im-
wide-awake man, who has made his name
castically, " Well, sir, it seems that the.
speech o£ the hon, member is all I Am,!" In
made of them in the next day's paper. The
unconscious joke was so good that it had an
years! A member or the House was so good
pot; there was G. M. Waterhouse; there
some late-coming men who are pushing them-
selves into prominence. Do the Downers and
reflect that in twenty years there will be
In connection with that sentimental sug-
amongst us our public men are absolutely non-
Bray is a smart and lucky fellow, isn't he ?'
say he's too heavy a preacher I always did
say when I first heerd John 'Enery Bray
speak in Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel that he'd
reader ; " I refer to the Hon. J. C. Bray, the
seriously, " I never heerd ov ee; wonder
SCRATCHINGS IN THE CITY. [BY A PENCIL.] (Article), Kapunda Herald (SA : 1878 - 1951), Tuesday 7 September 1886 [Issue No.1894] page 3 2017-02-21 17:51 eold his interest in the paper to Mr. McMullen,
mote you know him, imperfections or no
Ab most people are aware, <3-. I. Barrow is
fifteen yeprs ago. In personal appearance, too,
he strongly resembles that distinguished re
of the Advertiser, and his son's life is em
now to q, certain extent a Bohemian and an
Ishxgael. After doing sundry work in this
Part Adelaide News when Derrington directed
Register, took that officer's place.. In conse
sold his interest in the paper to Mr. McMullen,
more you know him, imperfections or no
As most people are aware, G. L. Barrow is
fifteen years ago. In personal appearance, too,
he strongly resembles that distinguished re-
of the Advertiser, and his son's life is em-
now to a certain extent a Bohemian and an
Ishmael. After doing sundry work in this
Port Adelaide News when Derrington directed
Register, took that officer's place.. In conse-
THE ADVERTISER POOR FUND. TO THE EDITOR. (Article), The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889), Tuesday 11 August 1885 [Issue No.8366] page 5 2017-02-21 17:26 "Adelaide, July 28, ISS3. Messis. G. L.
Barrow & Chas. McMuUen, publishers of the
South Australian Tiuies, VVaymouth-street.
Adelaide. Sire—We are instructed by the Hou.
you an immediate wiitten apology for the
groes libel published in tlie issue of your
day, the 11th inst., resi>ecting our client,
such apology to be in a form approved by Mj-.
TomkinsoD and to be advertised at your ex
pense in every daily and weekly news^per
published in South Australia. I'nless u-e
"Adelaide, July 28, 1885. Messrs. G. L.
Barrow & Chas. McMullen, publishers of the
South Australian Times, Waymouth-street.
Adelaide. Sirs—We are instructed by the Hon.
you an immediate written apology for the
groes libel published in the issue of your
day, the 11th inst., respecting our client,
such apology to be in a form approved by Mr.
Tomkinson and to be advertised at your ex-
pense in every daily and weekly newspaper
published in South Australia. Unless we

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