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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,945
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,478
...
18 Scottishlass 1,164,412
19 ooohgetyou 1,057,213
20 michaelchristensen 1,037,201
21 jhempenstall 911,811
22 basilsheridan 880,473
23 MurrayDadds 879,930

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April 2017 50
March 2017 360
February 2017 141
January 2017 897
November 2016 66
October 2016 736
September 2016 1,140
August 2016 578
July 2016 1,834
June 2016 673
May 2016 151
April 2016 281
March 2016 1,162
February 2016 4,837
January 2016 1,155
December 2015 3,202
November 2015 355
October 2015 229
September 2015 2,019
August 2015 2,352
July 2015 2,163
June 2015 320
May 2015 1,190
April 2015 349
March 2015 1,554
February 2015 1,861
January 2015 461
November 2014 1,526
October 2014 233
September 2014 1,797
August 2014 1,421
July 2014 801
June 2014 1,074
May 2014 825
April 2014 2,987
March 2014 4,548
February 2014 725
January 2014 909
December 2013 340
November 2013 3,227
October 2013 5,041
September 2013 7,269
August 2013 6,379
July 2013 7,747
June 2013 1,790
May 2013 6,100
April 2013 5,379
March 2013 11,338
February 2013 2,056
January 2013 8,354
December 2012 6,662
November 2012 7,020
October 2012 5,897
September 2012 13,858
August 2012 8,676
July 2012 2,119
June 2012 5,743
May 2012 21,389
April 2012 38,466
March 2012 10,601
February 2012 6,188
January 2012 14,786
December 2011 9,788
November 2011 9,658
October 2011 10,708
September 2011 20,089
August 2011 4,742
July 2011 6,437
June 2011 4,955
May 2011 4,765
April 2011 5,306
March 2011 1,552
February 2011 3,844
January 2011 13,805
December 2010 5,700
November 2010 3,458
October 2010 20,667
September 2010 19,305
August 2010 27,758
July 2010 30,545
June 2010 21,415
May 2010 31,401
April 2010 26,761
March 2010 10,704
February 2010 12,170
January 2010 26,418
December 2009 26,038
November 2009 15,877
October 2009 18,539
September 2009 18,220
August 2009 15,019
July 2009 22,129
June 2009 16,170
May 2009 22,278
April 2009 21,365
March 2009 27,963
February 2009 15,555
January 2009 30,559
December 2008 7,182
November 2008 10,263
October 2008 23,265
September 2008 23,623
August 2008 12,428

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,914
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,473
...
18 Scottishlass 1,164,412
19 ooohgetyou 1,056,665
20 michaelchristensen 1,037,201
21 jhempenstall 911,800
22 basilsheridan 880,473
23 MurrayDadds 879,930

911,800 line(s) corrected.

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April 2017 50
March 2017 360
February 2017 141
January 2017 897
November 2016 66
October 2016 736
September 2016 1,129
August 2016 578
July 2016 1,834
June 2016 673
May 2016 151
April 2016 281
March 2016 1,162
February 2016 4,837
January 2016 1,155
December 2015 3,202
November 2015 355
October 2015 229
September 2015 2,019
August 2015 2,352
July 2015 2,163
June 2015 320
May 2015 1,190
April 2015 349
March 2015 1,554
February 2015 1,861
January 2015 461
November 2014 1,526
October 2014 233
September 2014 1,797
August 2014 1,421
July 2014 801
June 2014 1,074
May 2014 825
April 2014 2,987
March 2014 4,548
February 2014 725
January 2014 909
December 2013 340
November 2013 3,227
October 2013 5,041
September 2013 7,269
August 2013 6,379
July 2013 7,747
June 2013 1,790
May 2013 6,100
April 2013 5,379
March 2013 11,338
February 2013 2,056
January 2013 8,354
December 2012 6,662
November 2012 7,020
October 2012 5,897
September 2012 13,858
August 2012 8,676
July 2012 2,119
June 2012 5,743
May 2012 21,389
April 2012 38,466
March 2012 10,601
February 2012 6,188
January 2012 14,786
December 2011 9,788
November 2011 9,658
October 2011 10,708
September 2011 20,089
August 2011 4,742
July 2011 6,437
June 2011 4,955
May 2011 4,765
April 2011 5,306
March 2011 1,552
February 2011 3,844
January 2011 13,805
December 2010 5,700
November 2010 3,458
October 2010 20,667
September 2010 19,305
August 2010 27,758
July 2010 30,545
June 2010 21,415
May 2010 31,401
April 2010 26,761
March 2010 10,704
February 2010 12,170
January 2010 26,418
December 2009 26,038
November 2009 15,877
October 2009 18,539
September 2009 18,220
August 2009 15,019
July 2009 22,129
June 2009 16,170
May 2009 22,278
April 2009 21,365
March 2009 27,963
February 2009 15,555
January 2009 30,559
December 2008 7,182
November 2008 10,263
October 2008 23,265
September 2008 23,623
August 2008 12,428

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 83,548
2 mickbrook 82,485
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,408
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
770 heidelburg12 11
771 idridgehay 11
772 Jeanette.EGAN 11
773 jhempenstall 11
774 jjh1234 11
775 JJHM 11

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THE CAREER OF THE KELLYS. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Friday 2 July 1880 [Issue No.157] page 4 2017-04-16 21:20 Although one member of the gang of bush
rangers which has for years past kept the rest-
dustrict in a state of alarm, and to some extent
survives, and
iwavta fciia events
Mondkyi listmaj ba said to
have,brought to aotoae'theTbng-and' remark?’
able career'of ‘the notorious Kelly gang/ and!
an opportune ? pre¥eata ita'elfc; for;
glancing at'thq-.principar events in their career
of crime. T-fae-police records show that the
marked-tendericy-to-orima and lawlessneaa.at av
very early record of,,their, livesis - a :
' record, of 'a l acta,
carried-out,, in -most oases/with:evich’impunity
and success that the 'criminals I 'became; embol-.
defied, "defied; the ‘authorities, . growing ! more
and more feckless and daring ‘in their exploits,
until.;they developed! into the bloodthirsty:
spirit which they have ‘latterly displayed..
Although one member of the gang of bush-
rangers which has for years past kept the resi-
district in a state of alarm, and to some extent
in a condition of lawfulness, still survives, and
awaits his trial and sentence, the tragic events
of Sunday and Monday last may be said to
have brought to a close the long and remark-
able career of the notorious Kelly gang, and
an opportune occasion presents itself for
glancing at the principal events in their career
of crime. The police records show that the
marked tendency to crime and lawlessness at a
very early age. The record of their lives is a
record of a constant succession of lawless acts,
carried out, in most cases, with such impunity
and success that the criminals became embol-
dened, defied the authorities, growing more
and more reckless and daring in their exploits,
until they developed into the bloodthirsty
spirit which they have latterly displayed.
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER (PUBLISHED DAILY.) PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SANDHURST, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1886 (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 10 May 1886 [Issue No.9,614] page 2 2017-04-05 11:41 Death is the Benevolent Asylum.—Au in
ui te of the Benevolent Asylum named Catherine
Miller, aged G3, died on the 9th inst. lrom senile
debility. She was admitted on the 19th Septem
ber, 18S0, and came to the colony in 1S61.
Fcn'er\l or" Mr Alexander Fi.ndlay.—
Yesterday afternoon tho remains of the late Mr
Creek Cemetery. Tho funeral was attended by
Church, of which the deceased washimself a men)- !
ber, anl several other citizena including Mr
Denovan and Mr F.v.vna. The chief mourner
was Mr John Findlay, nephow of the deceased.
DEATH IN THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.—An in-
mate of the Benevolent Asylum named Catherine
Miller, aged 63, died on the 9th inst. from senile
debility. She was admitted on the 19th Septem-
ber, 1880, and came to the colony in 1861.
FUNERAL OF MR ALEXANDER FINDLAY.—
Yesterday afternoon the remains of the late Mr
Creek Cemetery. The funeral was attended by
Church, of which the deceased was himself a mem-
ber, and several other citizens including Mr
Denovan and Mr Fawns. The chief mourner
was Mr John Findlay, nephew of the deceased.
THE STATE OF THE STREETS. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 1 July 1885 [Issue No.[?]345] page 2 2017-04-05 11:08 MARRIAGE OK MISS FINDLAY.-Yesterday
morning a quiet but pleasing ceremony was per
formed by the' Rev. Dr. Nish at Fettcrcairn
Findlay, ?when Miss Isabella Findlay was united
io the llev. Donald A. Cameron, B.A., Presby
ierian clergyman, of Donald, and son of Mr.
|Allan Cameron, of Bealiba station. The bride,
muslin, richly trimmed with lace, *vas given
present, Mr. A. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Faivns,
fiom her fellow teachers of St. Andrew's Sunday
witness their departure and wish them liappi
I ness. . . ,
MARRIAGE OF MISS FINDLAY.—Yesterday
morning a quiet but pleasing ceremony was per-
formed by the Rev. Dr. Nish at Fettercairn
Findlay, when Miss Isabella Findlay was united
to the Rev. Donald A. Cameron, B.A., Presby-
terian clergyman, of Donald, and son of Mr.
Allan Cameron, of Bealiba station. The bride,
muslin, richly trimmed with lace, was given
present, Mr. A. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Fawns,
from her fellow teachers of St. Andrew's Sunday
witness their departure and wish them happi-
ness.
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER PUBLISHED DAILY PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SANDHURST, FRIDAY, FEB. 13, 1863. THE CASE OF THE CONVICT M'GEE. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Friday 13 February 1863 [Issue No.2410] page 2 2017-04-05 10:29 Valley, was seized with the symptoms of coup
de-soleiL A medical man was immediately sent
for. and by last advices the youn» lady was re~
liered toward evening?.. This should act as a
their heads, exposed to the extreme heat of the
gun.
Valley, was seized with the symptoms of coup-
de-soleil. A medical man was immediately sent
for, and by last advices the young lady was re-
lieved toward evening. This should act as a
their heads exposed to the extreme heat of the
sun.
DEATH OF MR. J. A. WOODWARD. SANDHURST. 7th January. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 8 January 1884 [Issue No.9014] page 6 2017-03-19 17:17 [from our own correspondent.]
SANDHURST, 7th January
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
SANDHURST, 7th January.
BENDIGO PIONEER. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 15 June 1937 [Issue No.25,635] page 9 2017-03-19 17:10 garoo Flat nearly -83 years ago. The
PASTORAL PIONEERS FREDERICK DALGETY No. 81 (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 6 July 1935 [Issue No.4,513] page 4 2017-03-19 17:00 Argus" on August 14, 1834, and was trans-
Argus" on August 14, 1934, and was trans-
PASTORAL PIONEERS FREDERICK DALGETY No. 81 (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 6 July 1935 [Issue No.4,513] page 4 2017-03-19 16:59 By R.V.B. and A.S.K,
— he never - settled on the land in
in the records of Australian pastoral his
Sydney. For io years he was in the ser-
agement of Griffith, Fanning, and Com
Borrodaile Joined him in 1845. Borrodaile
left Port Phillip In 1847.
were in Bourke street west. "When Gore
ill-repute, and ultimately recbristened
known as Du Croz, Smith, and Co. After
In 1858 lie acquired Concongella, and El-
(This series of articles was begun in "The
Argus" on August 14, 1834, ami was trans
ferred to "The Australasian" on October 6.)
By R.V.B. and A.S.K.
in the records of Australian pastoral his-
Sydney. For 10 years he was in the ser-
agement of Griffith, Fanning, and Com-
Borrodaile joined him in 1845. Borrodaile
left Port Phillip in 1847.
were in Bourke street west. When Gore
ill-repute, and ultimately rechristened
known as Du Croz, Smith, and Co. After-
In 1858 he acquired Concongella, and El-
[This series of articles was begun in "The
Argus" on August 14, 1834, and was trans-
ferred to "The Australasian" on October 6.]
PASTORAL PIONEERS (No. 159) THE BOOTHS AND ARGYLES (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 2 January 1937 [Issue No.4,591] page 4 2017-03-19 16:53 Elizabeth street and Flinders lane, a ven
ture that was very successful. The next
Melbourne, they stocked a new area be
out to Port Phillip. Salathiel Booth en
a daughter of John Holloway, a new arri
val, and with Holloway, acquired Trago
well in 1859 from the executors of Alex
among the well-known citizens of Aus
Elizabeth street and Flinders lane, a ven-
ture that was very successful. The next
Melbourne, they stocked a new area be-
out to Port Phillip. Salathiel Booth en-
a daughter of John Holloway, a new arri-
val, and with Holloway, acquired Trago-
well in 1859 from the executors of Alex-
among the well-known citizens of Aus-
LOWER LODDON DISTRICT. REMINISCENCE OF AN EARLY SETTLER. (Article), Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald (Vic. : 1914 - 1915), Thursday 21 January 1915 [Issue No.1820] page 2 2017-03-19 16:50 LOWER LODDON DIS
the Bendigonian of last week, relates
Loddon. It was one of the driest sea
down when they noticed that the prop
the time of Black Thursday (6th Feb
there is now. The owners of the sta
Reedy Lake - Curlewis and Campbell.
had purchased Reedy Lake from Cur
station, being bought by Donald Came
which belonged to L. Hogg. The sta
owner. Mr Officer bought it after
Armstrong about the year 1872. Arm
half years for Mr Holloway. Mr Hol
part of it, called the Serpentine sta
a man named Mollison. He sold Tra
days to keep leeches for medical pur
get down he fell to the bottom - about
station it was found that he was miss
He had bawled and yelled to no pur
"After the dry spell," says Mr Sut
in a camp oven. There was a big cof
horses over the Loddon, and the mail
that time was catching opossums, cray
was built by Mr J King, son of Dr
LOWER LODDON DIS-
the Bendigonian of last week), relates
Loddon. It was one of the driest sea-
down when they noticed that the prop-
the time of Black Thursday (6th Feb-
there is now. The owners of the sta-
Reedy Lake—Curlewis and Campbell.
had purchased Reedy Lake from Cur-
station, being bought by Donald Came-
which belonged to L. Hogg. The sta-
owner. Mr Officer bought it after-
Armstrong about the year 1872. Arm-
half years for Mr Holloway. Mr Hol-
part of it, called the Serpentine sta-
a man named Mollison. He sold Tra-
days to keep leeches for medical pur-
get down he fell to the bottom—about
station it was found that he was miss-
He had bawled and yelled to no pur-
"After the dry spell," says Mr Sut-
in a camp oven. There was a big cof-
horses over the Loddon, and the mail-
that time was catching opossums, cray-
of maize, which he irrigated by pump-
was built by Mr J. King, son of Dr.

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