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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,645,668
2 noelwoodhouse 3,151,099
3 NeilHamilton 3,135,833
4 John.F.Hall 2,372,324
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
2295 Mahalia58 9,819
2296 robel 9,819
2297 ggrinton 9,813
2298 geemar 9,803
2299 coogan69au 9,796
2300 PhilAtkinson 9,786

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Corrections by month

September 2017 288
August 2017 11
May 2017 32
April 2017 247
March 2017 379
February 2017 856
January 2017 369
December 2016 441
November 2016 253
October 2016 843
September 2016 353
July 2016 985
June 2016 548
May 2016 1,211
April 2016 1,088
March 2016 636
February 2016 224
January 2016 155
December 2015 875
April 2015 9

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,645,615
2 noelwoodhouse 3,151,099
3 NeilHamilton 3,135,833
4 John.F.Hall 2,372,319
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
2291 Mahalia58 9,819
2292 robel 9,819
2293 ggrinton 9,813
2294 geemar 9,803
2295 coogan69au 9,793
2296 PhilAtkinson 9,786

9,803 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2017 288
August 2017 11
May 2017 32
April 2017 247
March 2017 379
February 2017 856
January 2017 369
December 2016 441
November 2016 253
October 2016 843
September 2016 353
July 2016 985
June 2016 548
May 2016 1,211
April 2016 1,088
March 2016 636
February 2016 224
January 2016 155
December 2015 875
April 2015 9

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TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 13:05 commended as a moral tonic. The ext-erience
righteousness of the law a. festering
reproach has been wiped off tn*
T" 31 b e tiken in future to ensure that
^p custodians of national and civis
Concur shall be worthy of that exalted
tr^st
commended as a moral tonic. The experience
righteousness of the law a festering
reproach has been wiped off the
will be taken in future to ensure that
the custodians of national and civic
honour shall be worthy of that exalted
trust.
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 13:04 Keenest interest, and an eager, wholesouled
K.C.;,but the correspondence between
raid Into Tucker's account, the identi- j
keenest interest, and an eager, wholesouled
K.C.; but the correspondence between
paid into Tucker's account, the identification
of Tucker as the person who bought the stamp which was used
on falsified accounts, and other incidents
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 13:01 easygoing people, who like to th'.nt
«tndied the art of making himself
r.greeable; but in view of his recent
successful demand for a Parliamentary-
<:nqolry into allied fraudulent pracby
produce merchants, regarding
he waxed virtuously indignant,
^ ^ ^jj ncw be tJwt
POP 1113 * vercuct win now oe
ho sbouifl be characterized as :
^^ited sepulchre."' The maximum
sent«cb for conspiracy ha, been proj
nounced, but
1 i ..
a differentjation
I
has net
made between fte chief^culpm
and the poor tool, who to tne last
who ensnared him to his ruin. Tucker^
0unishment ~
wfll be hard bo bear, on sr.
serves, when far heavier' penalties are
in comparison with those of which h-;
bas been found guilty. The course of
easygoing people, who like to think
studied the art of making himself
agreeable; but in view of his recent
enquiry into alleged fraudulent practices
by produce merchants, regarding
which he waxed virtuously indignant,
the popular verdict wll now be that
he should be characterized as a
"whited sepulchre."' The maximum
sentence for conspiracy has been pro-
nounced, but a differentiation has not
I
been made between the chief culprit
and the poor tool, who to the last
who ensnared him to his ruin. Tucker's
punishment will be hard to bear on account
of his past mode of living, but no one will say
that a sentence of two years' imprisonment is all that he de-
serves, when far heavier penalties are
in comparison with those of which he
has been found guilty. The course of
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 12:56 the fault of others; but this cannot tm
regarded as si palliation of his long
jc impossible to believe in his guilt
without reaching the conclusion that lie
orrupted the nephew whom in honou''
oueht to have shielded against evil
and -trained him to becoin>;
n obedient tool to carry out his wicked
esigns. He was willing, too, that tin?
and weaker man, whom fie
hypnotized, should alone bear
burden of guilt attaching to thi:
of crime which both for many
pursued. The cooJ effrontery and
which he displayed as a
dignitary*and professedly patriotic
politician, while he was luxum
on moneys of which he bad secretly
comparably the worse, because tbe
His "generosity" towards tue
Tieody. his freehanded geniality in dispensing
easysroing people, who like to th'.nt
the fault of others; but this cannot be
regarded as a palliation of his long
is impossible to believe in his guilt
without reaching the conclusion that he
corrupted the nephew whom in honour
he ought to have shielded against evil
influences and trained him to become
an obedient tool to carry out his wicked
designs. He was willing, too, that tihe
younger and weaker man, whom he
had hypnotized, should alone bear
the burden of guilt attaching to the
career of crime which both for many
years pursued. The cool effrontery and
plausibility which he displayed as a
civic dignitary and professedly patriotic
politician, while he was luxuriat-
ing on moneys of which he bad secretly
comparably the worse, because the
His "generosity" towards the
needy, his freehanded geniality in dispensing
easygoing people, who like to th'.nt
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 12:51 muddles. ; If the disclosures
rrin! should have the wholesome effect
efficiency in the . Civil Services, and
risidly to prevent all possibility of leakapes
reaped from the heavy expenses of thilegal
muddles. If the disclosures
trial should have the wholesome effect
efficiency in the Civil Services, and
rigidly to prevent all possibility of leakages
reaped from the heavy expenses of the legal
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 12:50 official _ eystejn • is, entirely, , inexcusable, .,
^flinini
nnd the
ot^f^m
public have
ia ortiwlr
a right
meTCiisahlrf
to be made
fully acquainted with all thait has occurred,'
rteps are being taken, to prevent a recurrence
official system is, entirely, inexcusable
and the public have a right to be made
fully acquainted with all that has occurred,
steps are being taken, to prevent a recurrence
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 12:49 put temptation ^ „ m tbe way of - the „ robijers
For many vears the Government
bn S,'through reprehensible over-confi-.;
•lenoe, placed needless temptations be- f
fore unscrupulous persons, and no cue j
can marvel art the long list of fraud?,
vhVh has /followed. The laxity of the
put temptation in the way of the robbers
For many years the Government
has, through reprehensible over-confi-
dence, placed needless temptations be-
fore unscrupulous persons, and no one
can marvel at the long list of frauds
which has followed. The laxity of the
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 12:47 j
How oft the sight of means to do ill deeds •
Makes ill deeds done. - j
. . . - -i. . ,
flmt business premises and j dwellings .. . "
"lars If the doors of a bank were
m~ht by thieves, tbe public would de-
1
'
, „
its losses were merited because it bad
nut temptation ^ „ m tbe way of - the „ robijers
makes ill deeds done.

that business premises and dwellings
glars. If the doors of a bank were
night by thieves, the public would de-
its losses were merited because it had
put temptation ^ „ m tbe way of - the „ robijers
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 12:45 in relation to the pretensions of smoottu
addrees and superficially captivarting
aeiTPtary on more than one occasion
called attention to the laxity pf the cus-
^ _
and advised . . ithat —'tbe svstem should o„rt be
Reorganized, and proper oversight and
been spared, the humiliation which
and Norwood would ^ve .-UCTiained.
in relation to the pretensions of smooth-
address and superficially captivating
secretary on more than one occasion
called attention to the laxity of the cus-
and advised that the system should be
reorganized, and proper oversight and
been spared the humiliation which
and Forwood would have remained
TUCKER CONVICTED. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Tuesday 12 February 1907 [Issue No.11224] page 2 2017-09-18 12:42 State, which has deservedly won ,the
of (lie proup," to learn that the principal
_
was at the time inefficiently aid
. . .
raid
happened is tliat the community is too

politicians are cpmpetent to protect the
interests . , of . the „ State, . and too . confiding . u
State, which has deservedly won the
of the group," to learn that the principal
was at the time inefficiently and
An obvious lesson from what has
happened is that the community is too
politicians are competent to protect the
interests of the State, and too confiding

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