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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 3,881,132
2 NeilHamilton 2,789,079
3 noelwoodhouse 2,288,848
4 annmanley 2,181,523
5 John.F.Hall 1,810,074
6 maurielyn 1,608,066
7 culroym 1,408,229
8 C.Scheikowski 1,349,294

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Corrections by month

June 2016 12
May 2016 789
April 2016 215
March 2016 10,393
February 2016 4,991
January 2016 4,856
December 2015 3,718
November 2015 23,784
October 2015 23,715
September 2015 8,676
August 2015 1,500
July 2015 13,919
June 2015 9,102
May 2015 39,756
April 2015 26,402
March 2015 26,337
February 2015 30,109
January 2015 13
December 2014 1,991
November 2014 4,733
October 2014 25,113
September 2014 28,719
August 2014 46,848
July 2014 54,325
June 2014 10,647
May 2014 15,795
April 2014 16,770
March 2014 3
February 2014 92
January 2014 36
December 2013 4,433
November 2013 6,312
October 2013 40,154
September 2013 26,891
August 2013 19,229
July 2013 30,238
June 2013 35,889
May 2013 34,599
April 2013 5,953
March 2013 4,178
February 2013 60
December 2012 122
November 2012 6,412
October 2012 9,007
September 2012 2,074
August 2012 13,001
July 2012 8,995
June 2012 41,702
May 2012 10,728
April 2012 4,423
March 2012 12,588
February 2012 9,171
January 2012 2,655
December 2011 22,428
November 2011 29,308
October 2011 28,340
September 2011 20,977
August 2011 22,871
July 2011 20,215
June 2011 11,018
May 2011 7,946
April 2011 45,102
March 2011 14,791
February 2011 30,582
January 2011 36,679
December 2010 14,510
November 2010 15,639
October 2010 25,076
September 2010 35,694
August 2010 38,196
July 2010 31,494
June 2010 42,660
May 2010 42,984
April 2010 33,196
March 2010 26,158
February 2010 21,768
January 2010 23,693
December 2009 14,169
November 2009 13,910
October 2009 8,721
September 2009 5,101
August 2009 5,707
July 2009 6,083
June 2009 5,576
May 2009 30,715
April 2009 8,466
March 2009 21,801
February 2009 7,575
January 2009 5,156
December 2008 7,165
November 2008 6,402
October 2008 24,538
September 2008 28,111
August 2008 5,372

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 3,881,131
2 NeilHamilton 2,789,079
3 noelwoodhouse 2,288,848
4 annmanley 2,181,523
5 John.F.Hall 1,810,074
6 maurielyn 1,608,066
7 culroym 1,408,153
8 C.Scheikowski 1,349,287

1,608,066 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2016 12
May 2016 789
April 2016 215
March 2016 10,393
February 2016 4,991
January 2016 4,856
December 2015 3,718
November 2015 23,784
October 2015 23,715
September 2015 8,676
August 2015 1,500
July 2015 13,919
June 2015 9,102
May 2015 39,756
April 2015 26,402
March 2015 26,337
February 2015 30,109
January 2015 13
December 2014 1,991
November 2014 4,733
October 2014 25,113
September 2014 28,719
August 2014 46,848
July 2014 54,325
June 2014 10,647
May 2014 15,795
April 2014 16,770
March 2014 3
February 2014 92
January 2014 36
December 2013 4,433
November 2013 6,312
October 2013 40,154
September 2013 26,891
August 2013 19,229
July 2013 30,238
June 2013 35,889
May 2013 34,599
April 2013 5,953
March 2013 4,178
February 2013 60
December 2012 122
November 2012 6,412
October 2012 9,007
September 2012 2,074
August 2012 13,001
July 2012 8,995
June 2012 41,702
May 2012 10,728
April 2012 4,423
March 2012 12,588
February 2012 9,171
January 2012 2,655
December 2011 22,428
November 2011 29,308
October 2011 28,340
September 2011 20,977
August 2011 22,871
July 2011 20,215
June 2011 11,018
May 2011 7,946
April 2011 45,102
March 2011 14,791
February 2011 30,582
January 2011 36,679
December 2010 14,510
November 2010 15,639
October 2010 25,076
September 2010 35,694
August 2010 38,196
July 2010 31,494
June 2010 42,660
May 2010 42,984
April 2010 33,196
March 2010 26,158
February 2010 21,768
January 2010 23,693
December 2009 14,169
November 2009 13,910
October 2009 8,721
September 2009 5,101
August 2009 5,707
July 2009 6,083
June 2009 5,576
May 2009 30,715
April 2009 8,466
March 2009 21,801
February 2009 7,575
January 2009 5,156
December 2008 7,165
November 2008 6,402
October 2008 24,538
September 2008 28,111
August 2008 5,372

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MAKAMBO'S PASSENGERS. NORFOLK ISLAND, Monday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 17 March 1914 [Issue No.23,770] page 10 2016-06-27 10:37 The !\earner Mokambo arrhcd here at 2 o clock,
| omi sailed at 7. Her through passengers are:
Mesdames Bird and child, Kcil and two children.
Miss Bond, Messrs. Wragfie, Plorcns.
Pausen gern from hore ore -Mrs. Vaughan and two
children, Lo\e, Heaps, Anderson, Pinkerton, Lcola»
Nurses Burns, Loue, Misse? Cook U), Nobb., Buf-
fett, Waterhouse, Thornleigh, I-»nae, ivHp, Hibberson,
Allen, Nichols, Messrs, ^Mockbell, Vaughan, I,o\e,
Heaps, Chandler, Caird, Kum nick, Robertson, Bligh,
(3), (¿umtali.
The steamer Mokambo arrived here at 2 o'clock,
and sailed at 7. Her through passengers are:—
Mesdames Bird and child, Neil and two children,
Miss Bond, Messrs. Wragge, Florens.
Passengers from here are:—Mrs. Vaughan and two
children, Love, Heaps, Anderson, Pinkerton, Leola,
Nurses Burns, Love, Misses Cook (2), Nobbs, Buf-
fett, Waterhouse, Thornleigh, Isaac, King, Hibberson,
Allen, Nichols, Messrs. Mockbell, Vaughan, Love,
Heaps, Chandler, Baird, Kumnick, Robertson, Bligh,
Murphy, Pike, Christmas Monk, Ellwood, Ross, Allen
(3), Quintall.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Saturday 8 November 1952 page 6 2016-05-29 15:36 Mr. Ac Mrs. A. V. Nicol. of
Son of Mr. Ac -Mrs. S. F.
Culluc. of Torwood
CULLUC—NICOL.—The Engage-
Mr. & Mrs. A. V. Nicol. of
Son of Mr. & Mrs. S. F.
Culluc, of Torwood.
ENGAGED (Article), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Monday 10 November 1952 page 15 2016-05-29 15:30 _ est daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A.i
V. Nicol.
has an
S. P. Cul-
luc ; Tor-
est daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A.
V. Nicol,
has an-
S. F. Cul-
luc, Tor-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Tuesday 12 August 1952 page 6 2016-05-28 20:42 YOUNG, of Orana Street. Belmont-,
wish to express their heartfelt
Q.M.I.B.. Redbank Meatworks Pty.
messages of sympathy, in our re
this as our personal thanks.
YOUNG, of Orana Street. Belmont,
wish to express their heartfelt
Q.M.I.B., Redbank Meatworks Pty.
messages of sympathy, in our re-
this as our personal thanks. _____
TOMMY, THE HAWKER. THE ROBBERY OF DAN CARTER. (Article), Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925), Thursday 15 March 1906 [Issue No.2642] page 19 2016-05-28 20:36 For an instant Dan strove to bring the braggart
in him to his rcscuc. He strove to bellow.
The wind piped behind his tongue. The
?'For God's sake, don't shoot!" he said. The
take his eyes from it. * .
"Drop it !"- commanded the mask. Han drop-,
ped the bag on the track. "Now" go." The
mask pointed towards Piggoty's, and i">an urged
pistol, shot at his heels sent him clattering down;
the bar door, quivering in his whole pulpy tcdy,
( friend, he rolled a sovereign on the counter.
, Take it out o' that," he said. "I'm takin'
al! this. I've been robbed." He raised his
fipht, boys, but they did me in. Three of
I fought like the devil, fought for half-an-hoiir, I
another got at me with a gun -stock, here." Dan
bared his head and ran his fingers .through the
counter- against the wall. He watched Carter
with unholy joy,
"Yes, it's hidden handy in the paddogjr^
at the back." _ r
"Don't spring it on him yet. Wait/bill/the
other boys come in. Let's have a gqM/audto 1
ence." \ V »•'
"I'm funking on it," answered
"Dad'Il raise the very devil."
Carter soon rlrank himself into the
stage, when he wept over the injuries
maudlin
inflicted
On the evening of the following day the^-waggon
"Oh, cuss yer silly bisness," said Snifter ,
drew forth a black bag. From this hag he
emptied much money in gold and silver,- distributed
it quickly in secret places, with his
Tt was almost a new bag, and it seemed a
pity to destroy it, but $ bore the name of
For an instant Dan strove to bring the brag-
gart in him to his rescue. He strove to bel-
low. The wind piped behind his tongue. The
"For God's sake, don't shoot!" he said. The
take his eyes from it.
"Drop it !" commanded the mask. Dan drop-
ped the bag on the track. "Now go." The
mask pointed towards Piggoty's, and Dan urged
pistol, shot at his heels sent him clattering down
the bar door, quivering in his whole pulpy body,
friend, he rolled a sovereign on the counter.
"Take it out o' that," he said. "I'm takin'
all this. I've been robbed." He raised his
fight, boys, but they did me in. Three of
I fought like the devil, fought for half-an-hour, I
another got at me with a gun stock, here." Dan
bared his head and ran his fingers through the
counter against the wall. He watched Carter
with unholy joy.
"Yes, it's hidden handy in the paddock
at the back."
"Don't spring it on him yet. Wait till the
other boys come in. Let's have a good audi-
ence."
"I'm funking on it," answered the girl.
"Dad'll raise the very devil."
"You mustn't, you mustn't! Think of the
Carter soon drank himself into the
stage, when he wept over the injuries inflicted
On the evening of the following day the waggon
Emu River. The camp fire threw a ruddy glow
on the sleepy waters. 'Umpy and Snifter had
dined well, and Snifter was luxuriously happy.
'Umpy smiled on him.
"Take the gun, Snifter, my sweet child," he
said, "and shoot some 'possums."
"Don't wanter shoot 'possums," growled Snif-
ter.
Tommy brought the gun and placed it in the
"Oh, cuss yer silly bisness," said Snifter
drew forth a black bag. From this bag he
emptied much money in gold and silver, dis-
tributed it quickly in secret places, with his
It was almost a new bag, and it seemed a
pity to destroy it, but it bore the name of
TOMMY, THE HAWKER. THE ROBBERY OF DAN CARTER. (Article), Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925), Thursday 15 March 1906 [Issue No.2642] page 19 2016-05-28 20:21 The hooded waggon . was drawn up on the
shadv side of Cameron's Hotel, on the dusty
road from Piggotv's Reef to the railway, town.
Cameron's Hotel had a large, blue sign to distinguish
it from a shanty, but in all other resnects
it was a shanty, and a graceless brotherhood
of pigs bathed luxuriously in the dust before
the bar door.
The big grev horse and the lean bay mare
bumble-footed, black and -white mongrel pup
F In the bar a small knot of drinkers were vociferating
around Dan Carter, manager and part
proprietor of the Long Lode
king among drinkers ,
Ion"- arms caught between his knees. Sitting
thus his deformed body flat on the counter,
Tommy looked like one of those eerie, eesticulating
carven figures which Japanese art delights
Katie Cameron was fuming, her foot taptapped
vindictively on the bar floor, her face
burned with ragej and her eyes flashed fury at
her counter, and kissed her twice. As it happened,
there was only one man by whom Katie
cared to be kissed, and Carter was not chat
"It's ail skite," whispered Tommy; " the
"The brute ! The beast !" hissed Katie."
"Why didn't you drop him with a bottle ? I'd •
"I couldn't hit him," the girl almost whispered
douce."
given you ,the best dress in my waggon for sheer
gratitude if you'd caved in that big bingic with
"Cur's branded all over him. (Jet him
under the whip for one second,-and he'd just be
he did there. Lies and skite. Liar and Mowhard
lovelv to show him up before them ;>!1 i'< r the
"Oh, it's a lark, just a lark, my girl, hut it'll
He brings the money back in a handbag.
You're a strapping girl. I'll lend you a
at him, slip off vour mask and swear it was a
up. let out at him and blow the gaff. Thunderation
-Kever had Tommv been so eloquent. The girl
"It's only a joke, a blanky good joke," he insisted
"You'll do it. Oh, the chance mustn't
figure, that stood right in his path, 'and pointed
far as possible from that insistent pistol pointm^
itS V * tal fin S er between his eyes. His face
grating noise in his throat. In an instairt he
"The bag !" said a firm voice from Ufehind the
masX
The hooded waggon was drawn up on the
shady side of Cameron's Hotel, on the dusty
road from Piggoty's Reef to the railway town.
Cameron's Hotel had a large, blue sign to dis-
tinguish it from a shanty, but in all other res-
pects it was a shanty, and a graceless brother-
hood of pigs bathed luxuriously in the dust be-
fore the bar door.
The big grey horse and the lean bay mare
bumble-footed, black and white mongrel pup
Flat.
In the bar a small knot of drinkers were voci-
ferating around Dan Carter, manager and part
proprietor of the Long Lode.
king among drinkers.
long arms caught between his knees. Sitting
thus, his deformed body flat on the counter,
Tommy looked like one of those eerie, gesticu-
lating carven figures which Japanese art delights
in.
Katie Cameron was fuming, her foot tap-
tapped vindictively on the bar floor, her face
burned with rage, and her eyes flashed fury at
her counter, and kissed her twice. As it hap-
pened there was only one man by whom Katie
cared to be kissed, and Carter was not that
"It's all skite," whispered Tommy; "the
"I couldn't hit him," the girl almost whis-
deuce."
given you the best dress in my waggon for sheer
gratitude if you'd caved in that big bingie with
"Cur's branded all over him. Get him
under the whip for one second, and he'd just be
he did there. Lies and skite. Liar and blow-
lovely to show him up before them all for the
"Oh, it's a lark, just a lark, my girl, but it'll
He brings the money back in a hand-
bag. You're a strapping girl. I'll lend you a
at him, slip off your mask and swear it was a
up, let out at him and blow the gaff. Thun-
Never had Tommy been so eloquent. The girl
"It's only a joke, a blanky good joke," he in-
sisted. "You'll do it. Oh, the chance mustn't
figure, that stood right in his path, and pointed
far as possible from that insistent pistol point-
ing its vital finger between his eyes. His face
grating noise in his throat. In an instant he
"The bag!" said a firm voice from behind the
mask.
THE DESPICABLE HUMORIST. (Article), Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925), Thursday 9 July 1908 [Issue No.2763] page 5 2016-05-28 20:02 12. D.—Something resembling a concerted attack
E. D.—Something resembling a concerted attack
MRS. MULLY'S FIRST HUSBAND. (Article), Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925), Thursday 6 February 1902 page 3 2016-05-28 19:13 BY EDWABD DYSON.
BY EDWARD DYSON.
HENRY DIXON'S RELIGION. (Article), Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925), Thursday 6 March 1902 page 8 2016-05-28 19:11 Bv EinvAnn DYSON.
By EDWARD DYSON.
THE BUSHED BABY. (Article), Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925), Tuesday 10 December 1901 page 25 2016-05-28 19:10 BY Emv.uu) DYSON.
BY EDWARD DYSON.

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