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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,731,056
2 NeilHamilton 3,201,895
3 noelwoodhouse 3,188,647
4 John.F.Hall 2,453,513
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
496 greenpoint 71,809
497 Natate 71,793
498 pisces 71,531
499 Jenny.Coates 71,391
500 mccallumalison8 71,114
501 janilye 71,069

71,391 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 413
October 2017 42
September 2017 36
August 2017 40
July 2017 93
June 2017 24
May 2017 111
April 2017 294
March 2017 200
February 2017 125
January 2017 345
December 2016 116
November 2016 81
October 2016 59
September 2016 50
August 2016 18
July 2016 7
June 2016 135
May 2016 127
April 2016 25
March 2016 83
February 2016 171
January 2016 366
December 2015 183
November 2015 203
October 2015 700
September 2015 837
August 2015 1,910
July 2015 187
June 2015 513
May 2015 642
April 2015 1,193
March 2015 1,391
February 2015 941
January 2015 208
December 2014 277
November 2014 449
October 2014 156
September 2014 2,258
August 2014 552
July 2014 1,055
June 2014 1,102
May 2014 781
April 2014 1,345
March 2014 457
February 2014 374
January 2014 89
December 2013 240
November 2013 221
October 2013 655
September 2013 573
August 2013 679
July 2013 513
June 2013 271
May 2013 248
April 2013 397
March 2013 457
February 2013 1,264
January 2013 220
December 2012 312
November 2012 458
October 2012 955
September 2012 95
August 2012 2,135
July 2012 333
June 2012 594
May 2012 682
April 2012 367
March 2012 345
February 2012 249
January 2012 351
December 2011 2,815
November 2011 2,225
October 2011 739
September 2011 1,651
August 2011 1,038
July 2011 569
June 2011 268
May 2011 700
April 2011 1,982
March 2011 2,378
February 2011 1,794
January 2011 168
December 2010 86
November 2010 1,929
October 2010 1,873
September 2010 2,477
August 2010 2,472
July 2010 3,951
June 2010 731
May 2010 150
April 2010 718
March 2010 605
February 2010 689
January 2010 167
December 2009 531
November 2009 125
October 2009 833
September 2009 23
August 2009 222
July 2009 330
June 2009 346
May 2009 467
April 2009 1,554
March 2009 138
February 2009 120
December 2008 136
November 2008 170
October 2008 427
September 2008 280
August 2008 136

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,731,003
2 NeilHamilton 3,201,895
3 noelwoodhouse 3,188,647
4 John.F.Hall 2,453,507
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
494 greenpoint 71,787
495 Natate 71,666
496 pisces 71,531
497 Jenny.Coates 71,391
498 janilye 71,065
499 mccallumalison8 71,019

71,391 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 413
October 2017 42
September 2017 36
August 2017 40
July 2017 93
June 2017 24
May 2017 111
April 2017 294
March 2017 200
February 2017 125
January 2017 345
December 2016 116
November 2016 81
October 2016 59
September 2016 50
August 2016 18
July 2016 7
June 2016 135
May 2016 127
April 2016 25
March 2016 83
February 2016 171
January 2016 366
December 2015 183
November 2015 203
October 2015 700
September 2015 837
August 2015 1,910
July 2015 187
June 2015 513
May 2015 642
April 2015 1,193
March 2015 1,391
February 2015 941
January 2015 208
December 2014 277
November 2014 449
October 2014 156
September 2014 2,258
August 2014 552
July 2014 1,055
June 2014 1,102
May 2014 781
April 2014 1,345
March 2014 457
February 2014 374
January 2014 89
December 2013 240
November 2013 221
October 2013 655
September 2013 573
August 2013 679
July 2013 513
June 2013 271
May 2013 248
April 2013 397
March 2013 457
February 2013 1,264
January 2013 220
December 2012 312
November 2012 458
October 2012 955
September 2012 95
August 2012 2,135
July 2012 333
June 2012 594
May 2012 682
April 2012 367
March 2012 345
February 2012 249
January 2012 351
December 2011 2,815
November 2011 2,225
October 2011 739
September 2011 1,651
August 2011 1,038
July 2011 569
June 2011 268
May 2011 700
April 2011 1,982
March 2011 2,378
February 2011 1,794
January 2011 168
December 2010 86
November 2010 1,929
October 2010 1,873
September 2010 2,477
August 2010 2,472
July 2010 3,951
June 2010 731
May 2010 150
April 2010 718
March 2010 605
February 2010 689
January 2010 167
December 2009 531
November 2009 125
October 2009 833
September 2009 23
August 2009 222
July 2009 330
June 2009 346
May 2009 467
April 2009 1,554
March 2009 138
February 2009 120
December 2008 136
November 2008 170
October 2008 427
September 2008 280
August 2008 136

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
OBITUARY. A Mimbin Pioneer. (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 26 February 1920 page 3 2017-11-20 06:53
SOCIAL. (Article), Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 7 October 1871 [Issue No.2894] page 3 2017-11-19 18:35 Madame Sibly, a lectnress, mesmerist,
and phrenologist, has had crowded honsed
Madame Sibly, a lecturess, mesmerist,
and phrenologist, has had crowded housed
THE MAY QUEEN. (Article), The Kyneton Observer (Vic. : 1856 - 1900), Thursday 3 August 1893 [Issue No.5037] page 2 2017-11-19 18:22 the mine. The batteiy is situated at 1
distance of about 200 yards from the shafr.
onoe lay down a tramway to con rev ti
quartz, which is now carted ic drays, to ri:e
battery. The mine is now looking bitt-r
than ever, and has every prospect of manv
years of successful work. Although ir
shares are stall retained by the orijiiii
the mine. The battery is situated at a
distance of about 200 yards from the shaft,
once lay down a tramway to convey the
quartz, which is now carted in drays, to the
battery. The mine is now looking better
than ever, and has every prospect of many
years of successful work. Although it is
shares are still retained by the original
THE MAY QUEEN. (Article), The Kyneton Observer (Vic. : 1856 - 1900), Thursday 3 August 1893 [Issue No.5037] page 2 2017-11-19 18:18 their skilful manager. Hetrnste-a that tie
cessfol career, that would not oSr b-n-::
themselres and the lessee, Mr P.r,
but indirectly the whole district Messrs
their skilful manager. He trusted that the
Co. had now entered upon a Ions and suc-
cessful career, that would not only benefit
themselves and the lessee, Mr Pott,
but indirectly the whole district. Messrs
THE MAY QUEEN. (Article), The Kyneton Observer (Vic. : 1856 - 1900), Thursday 3 August 1893 [Issue No.5037] page 2 2017-11-19 18:17 ing- been provided and partaken •::. y,
F. E. A damson called upon those asseab: :
to drink success to the May Queen Co. H -
congratulated those who had perfc-ris-1
the work, upon the successful comrf-H-j
of the new machinery, which it wa? ir
gratifying toknow had been so Weli, carfolly
and truly erected by them~e!veś ar. J
ing been provided and partaken, Mr
F. E. Adamson called upon those assembled
to drink success to the May Queen Co. He
congratulated those who had performed
the work, upon the successful completion
of the new machinery, which it was most
gratifying to know had been so well, care-
fully and truly erected by themselves and
THE MAY QUEEN. (Article), The Kyneton Observer (Vic. : 1856 - 1900), Thursday 3 August 1893 [Issue No.5037] page 2 2017-11-19 18:16 tirely erected by tiie companv'- cii--
manager,MrChas.Martin, ably asiist-i'i
Messrs. Geo. Coidy and Harry il Łr.;^
two of the shareholders, and from :
smooth manner in which the whole w;.-k i
when started yesterday, it reflect-ed
credit on those gentlemen, whose ab:.".::
in this direction are wdl knoirn. I ?
complete battery of ten heads will br t •
going night and day. and will pro:
crush from 150 to 200 tons of stonr l
fortnight. Owing to the inelemen.-jr f:'
weather, a email party only was prese-.: :
the starting ceremony. Befreshcien-j n
tirely erected by the company's mining
manager, Mr Chas.Martin, ably assisted by
Messrs. Geo. Cordy and Harry M'Kenna,
two of the shareholders, and from the
smooth manner in which the whole worked
when started yesterday, it reflected great
credit on those gentlemen, whose abilities
in this direction are well known. The
complete battery of ten heads will be kept
going night and day, and will probably
crush from 150 to 200 tons of stone per
fortnight. Owing to the inclemency of the
weather, a small party only was present at
the starting ceremony. Refreshments hav-
THE MAY QUEEN. (Article), The Kyneton Observer (Vic. : 1856 - 1900), Thursday 3 August 1893 [Issue No.5037] page 2 2017-11-19 18:13 The permanent success ofthe lliv q5s
Co. may nox be said to be ^scrtd, w';^
they hare had to enlarge their crashij
power to break the increased bo-ij of u-"-
able etone found in the nine, &ni wL;':
is proved tobe of vast extent. Their tr--
battery consisted of five head of
of email dimensions, and driven >.^
portable engine rented for the t:rpose.
Finding these insniSeient, tie ::-rpany
purchased from tbe Eiint Bt.:t
G-JIC, St Axnaud, a 12-inch cyifr-Jjr h:r"
zontal engine, with a 2ft 3m ore's* an;
Sft fly-wheel,Cornish flue bo-I-r 15ft u
5ft, with steam dome, and wlnih:z z-
complete. The battery consists cf £ vel ..3
heads of stampers,with screw ci-"^. I:.;
tables are 5ft 4in wide in the .-. .
gratings with 235 holes to the s-iaŁ-e .::
This plant, before anctinn, was'saba:^:
to a thorough overhaul and repair, ini
said to be as good as new. With tn-r -icaption
of setting the boiler and
the boxes, ripples, &C., the plant r.s;
Geo. Cordy, Chas. Martin, and Thos. Pot:=
thanked Mr Adamson and those presec:
kind remarks with reference to them ani
holders—vis., Messrs. Jno. M'Kenna, sea..
Harry JT'Kenna, M'Kenna, Geortv
Cordy, Joseph Cordy, Enos Coriv, and U'.
The permanent success of the May Queen
Co. may now be said to be assured, waht
they have had to enlarge their crushing
power to break the increased body of pay-
able stone found in the mine, and which
is proved to be of vast extent. Their first
battery consisted of five head of stampers
of small dimensions, and was driven by a
portable engine rented for the purpose.
Finding these insufficient, the com-
pany purchased from the Blink Bonny
G.M.C., St Arnaud, a 12-inch cylinder hori-
zontal engine, with a 2ft 3in stroke and an
8ft fly-wheel,Cornish flue boiler 18ft by
5ft, with steam dome, and winding gear
complete. The battery consists of five ???
heads of stampers,with screw discs. The
tables are 5ft 4in wide in the in the clear, and
gratings with 225 holes to the square inch.
This plant, before atction, was submitted
to a thorough overhaul and repair, and is
said to be as good as new. With the ex-
ception of setting the boiler and making
the boxes, ripples, &C., the plant was en-
Geo. Cordy, Chas. Martin, and Thos. Potts
thanked Mr Adamson and those present
kind remarks with reference to them and
holders—vis., Messrs. Jno. M'Kenna, sen.,
Harry M'Kenna, Alex. M'Kenna, George
Cordy, Joseph Cordy, Enos Cordy, and W.
CHILTERN. January 25th. (Article), Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 26 January 1869 [Issue No.2472] page 2 2017-11-19 18:04 s horses started down the road and after
j going for some distance came in ool-
j lision with a tree, the reins being on
1 the ground, smashed the . coach and up-
j set the passeugcrs. The lady, tIio was
; on the box, had her shoulder broken and
! the other passengers, although some were
! severely shaken, sustained no injuries
' of a serious nature. The passengers
! are at present at the Gap Hotel, unable
I to come through. It appears, from what
i I can learn, that tho driver did not take
, proper precautions.
horses started down the road and after
going for some distance came in col-
lision with a tree, the reins being on
the ground, smashed the coach and up-
set the passeugcrs. The lady, who was
on the box, had her shoulder broken and
the other passengers, although some were
severely shaken, sustained no injuries
of a serious nature. The passengers
are at present at the Gap Hotel, unable
to come through. It appears, from what
I can learn, that the driver did not take
proper precautions.
BEECHWORTH POLICE COURT Wednesday, June 27th, 1860. (Before E. T. Barnard, Esq., P.M., and W. H. Drummond, Esq., J.P.) LICENSING BENCH. (Article), Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 30 June 1860 [Issue No.1188] page 3 2017-11-19 18:02 Tho§. Giriley. of the Gap Inu, Chiltern
Thos. Gidley, of the Gap Inn, Chiltern
No Title (Article), The Kyneton Observer (Vic. : 1856 - 1900), Saturday 13 October 1900 [Issue No.5818] page 2 2017-11-17 18:48 Bell and M. Considine gave Bongs, Mr S.
Malone gave recitations, and'Messrs Hart
Bell and M. Considine gave songs, Mr S.
Malone gave recitations, and Messrs Hart

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