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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,234,851
2 NeilHamilton 2,956,620
3 noelwoodhouse 2,697,361
4 annmanley 2,225,250
5 John.F.Hall 2,030,144
6 maurielyn 1,643,301
7 culroym 1,513,858
8 C.Scheikowski 1,496,884

1,643,301 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2017 2,794
December 2016 16,784
November 2016 1,522
October 2016 191
September 2016 2,098
August 2016 1,202
July 2016 10,621
June 2016 35
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 4,234,848
2 NeilHamilton 2,956,620
3 noelwoodhouse 2,697,361
4 annmanley 2,225,180
5 John.F.Hall 2,030,142
6 maurielyn 1,643,301
7 culroym 1,513,782
8 C.Scheikowski 1,496,867

1,643,301 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2017 2,794
December 2016 16,784
November 2016 1,522
October 2016 191
September 2016 2,098
August 2016 1,202
July 2016 10,621
June 2016 35
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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Northern Natives. Their Moral Progress. Arrival of the John Williams. (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Monday 13 April 1914 [Issue No.12,915] page 7 2017-01-23 10:37 <
London ' Missionary Society's steam
ya-.nt, uolm Williams, in cuai'iie of Cap-
tain W. hamiuo'c-K stct-ic, hci'flicil at Pin-
I kenou. Sunday/ moiniiia. Captain Steele
re. -oris that John Williams leit Svdncy .1
011 25th February,, for Fapua. .Calls "were -
mane at Samarai and Port .Moresby. At
the latter port, tlie yacht was' held up
IS 'hours, for purpose 'of nssisting' trio
-Mnlungu, if required. . After '48 hours the
ship was relieved of the responsibility, .ami-
proceeded west, calling at ail (he 'mission'
stations to Dnru, at whicir a' nuniiicr of
1 missionaries .embarked for. Pott Moresby.
; wnere they held their aunual committee ,|
meeting. Tlie John .Williams, then pro- .'-
cc-eded to , Samarai ' and '/Fort .Moresby, j
.visiting all the mission "stations en route.
The vessel travelled by inner route, anil
remarkably fine weather was experienced. |
' Captain Steele, when questioned- by;
Fr'c'ss 'representitfYes, said that';- in' . t-liu
course of his" c'x'perieiica. ' wliiblt extended >
over a period . of 15 years aboard John.;.
Williams, thu S.- lie was at work the
niore he saw necessity of having mission-;
aries .in out of -the .wav' places. It .wasj
.not a question of decreasing the staff',
but rather one of increasing tlie staff'.
The' Rev. T. O. Harries,: who . is sta- j-
tioned on Mnhiiiag Island, in Torres |
Straits, is proceeding to Sydney -by John
'Williams. When interviewed lie' said .that |-
natives of Torres Straits wore, nominally r
Christian, and no difficulty whatever was |
experienced . regarding their attendance at
j." church.- They, were very enthusiastic.!
I' about ' church services ami church build-
1 ings; For many years natives , had heeri
in close touch with Europeans, and cou- --
scquently. had assimilated .European
habits. '
' During tlie past few vears -their moral
progress had /been very sat-isfactriry. In ,
former vea'rs natives drank large/- ' quan-'
tit-ics of grog, but there was ve'rv little
drinking to-dav. The natives seemed to!
who' 40 years ago' wore savages'."
_ .Speaking of Papua, the Rev. Harries
"As in practically everv country in
the. world to-dav, there seems to be Verv
distinct movement. People seem to feci
; that' '-'things are not what the'y wish them
to lie. There is unrest, and it probable.
;>ye are at the . beginning of a very- rapid
development on part' of Papuan natives. !
He appears to understand his own pos
sibilities, and' the possibilities of his '
country. In many districts, they are ex- |
ceedingly anxious to acquire knowledge of I
arts, and are especially fond ' of: j
meohanies." - In regard to efforts that :
missionaries were making to teach natives i
-liscfnl trades, the Rev. Mr. Harries re
boat building industries had been i-stab-.
fished -there,- and in Fife Bay dis
trict/girls did. a great deal -oflacc work-
____
London Missionary Society's steam
yacht, John Williams, in charge of Cap-
tain W. Handcock Steele, berthed at Pin-
kenba, Sunday morning. Captain Steele
records that John Williams left Svdney
on 25th February, for Papua. Calls were-
made at Samarai and Port Moresby. At
the latter port, the yacht was held up
48 hours, for purpose of assisting the
Matunga, if required. After 48 hours the
ship was relieved of the responsibility, and
proceeded west, calling at all the mission
stations to Daru, at which a number of
missionaries embarked for Port Moresby,
where they held their annual committee
meeting. The John Williams, then pro-
ceeded to Samarai and Port Moresby,
visiting all the mission stations en route.
The vessel travelled by inner route, and
remarkably fine weather was experienced.
Press representatives, said that in the
course of his experience, which extended
over a period of 15 years aboard John
Williams, the longer he was at work the
more he saw necessity of having mission-
aries in out of the way places. It was
not a question of decreasing the staff,
but rather one of increasing the staff.
The Rev. T. O. Harries, who is sta-
tioned on Mabuiag Island, in Torres
Straits, is proceeding to Sydney by John
Williams. When interviewed he said that
natives of Torres Straits were nominally
Christian, and no difficulty whatever was
experienced regarding their attendance at
church. They were very enthusiastic
about church services and church build-
ings. For many years natives had been
in close touch with Europeans, and con-
sequently had assimilated European
during the past few years their moral
progress had been very satisfactory. In
former years natives drank large quan-
tities of grog, but there was very little
drinking to-day. The natives seemed to
who 40 years ago were savages."
Speaking of Papua, the Rev. Harries
said, "As in practically every country in
the world to-day, there seems to be very
distinct movement. People seem to feel
that things are not what they wish them
to be. There is unrest, and it probable
we are at the beginning of a very rapid
development on part of Papuan natives.
He appears to understand his own pos-
sibilities, and the possibilities of his
country. In many districts, they are ex-
ceedingly anxious to acquire knowledge of
arts, and are especially fond of
mechanies." In regard to efforts that
useful trades, the Rev. Mr. Harries re-
boat building industries had been estab-
lished there, and in Fife Bay dis-
trict, girls did a great deal of lace work.
MISSION STEAMER RETURNS. JOHN WILLIAMS' VOYAGE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 16 April 1914 [Issue No.23,796] page 5 2017-01-23 10:08 -*
Tlie mission stenmer John Williams arrived
successful voyago.
' The steamer left Sidney on February 25
and proceeded dlroct to Samarang, thence to
missionaries for Port Moresby, . whoro the
At tho closo of the conference the mis-
homes. Forty-oight native passongers were
T. 0. and Mrs. Harries nnd Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Freshwater wore embarked for conveyance
assistance to tho steamer Matunga, which
went on a reef about that time: The Ma-
After a fortnight's stay in Sydnoy the
steamer will leave again for a threo months'
crulso amongst the islands of tho South i
____
The mission steamer John Williams arrived
successful voyage.
The steamer left Sydney on February 25
and proceeded direct to Samarang, thence to
missionaries for Port Moresby, where the
At the close of the conference the mis-
homes. Forty-eight native passengers were
T. O. and Mrs. Harries and Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Freshwater were embarked for conveyance
assistance to the steamer Matunga, which
went on a reef about that time. The Ma-
After a fortnight's stay in Sydney the
steamer will leave again for a three months'
cruise amongst the islands of the South
1500 PASSENGERS ORMONDE MAY NOT SAIL Troubles of Crew (Article), World (Hobart, Tas. : 1918 - 1924), Monday 30 October 1922 [Issue No.258] page 4 2017-01-21 09:29 ORMONDE MAY % N0T SAIL
STBNEF, Sunday.—There Is & prospect
that the mail steamer Ormonde
for Melbourne -with 1500 passengers
for the Cup carnival, , as by
stated that there was enbngh coastal
traffic idle; to take passengers as the
were doinfr.nofhlng. Even If the line
side-tracked that section of th^ Act
to comply with and unless" the Act
were abided "by the Ormonde would
they could not'accept less than the
ruling rate for, the trip. If they did
the English T%»on ivould expel them
would not sail unless. they received
what thev were entitled to.
ORMONDE MAY NoT SAIL
SYDNEY, Sunday.—There is a pros-
pect that the mail steamer Ormonde
for Melbourne with 1500 passengers
for the Cup carnival, as by
the Australian crew on all depart-
stated that there was enough coastal
traffic idle to take passengers as the
were doing nothing. Even if the line
side-tracked that section of the Act
to comply with and unless the Act
were abided by the Ormonde would
they could not accept less than the
ruling rate for the trip. If they did
the English Union would expel them
would not sail unless they received
what they were entitled to.
1312 PASSENGERS Ormonde's Big List (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Saturday 14 October 1922 [Issue No.3730] page 2 2017-01-21 09:25 i Ormonde's Big List
board, when she reachod Fromantle.
Ormonde's Big List
board, when she reached Fremantle.
PERTH PRATTLE PARS (Article), Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 1 October 1922 [Issue No.1290] page 22 2017-01-21 07:37 Kiss Kittie Weiner leaves by the ?
H. M.B. Ormonde,- via the Pacific, for j
a trip to her native city. London. She J
wIH spend a few months in Honolulu,
and then on to visit relatives in San- j
Francisco and Kew Torie
Kiss Kittie Weiner leaves by the
R.M.S. Ormonde, via the Pacific, for
a trip to her native city. London. She
will spend a few months in Honolulu,
and then on to visit relatives in San-
Francisco and New York.
Fined third time for S.P. betting (Article), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Monday 7 January 1952 page 9 2017-01-18 21:23 He is Colin John Hutchin-.
son, 33, meat worker, who
Berrina Street. Wynnum, on
Hotel, Berrina Street, Wyn
num, at 12.15 p.m. on Satur
he had engaged in SP. bet
Hutchinson had been con
He is Colin John Hutchin-
son, 33, meat worker, who
Berrima Street, Wynnum, on
Hotel, Berrima Street, Wyn-
num, at 12.15 p.m. on Satur-
he had engaged in S.P. bet-
Hutchinson had been con-
Widow's appeal over will (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Wednesday 27 February 1952 [Issue No.4758] page 5 2017-01-18 19:01 gross, included the Water
Under his will, Mrs. O'Con
legacy to pass to her chil
A similar sum was pro
vided for his other daugh
'Wise, just?'
Smnlcy to make further pro
vision for her, but his Hon
Mr. D. Casey, who ap
yesterday, said, having re
wheter O'Connor had acted
The Court reserved judg
gross, included the Water-
Under his will, Mrs. O'Con-
legacy to pass to her chil-
A similar sum was pro-
vided for his other daugh-
"Wise, just?'"
Stanley to make further pro-
vision for her, but his Hon-
Mr. D. Casey, who ap-
yesterday, said, having re-
whether O'Connor had acted
The Court reserved judg-
£134,577 Left by hotelkeeper (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Friday 9 June 1950 [Issue No.4223] page 1 2017-01-18 18:59 William Denis O'Connor, re
tired hotelkeeper of Valetta
January 14,: left £134,577 gross.
porbate yesterday.
years. He kept the Prince Con
Waterloo Bay Hotel at Wyn
William Denis O'Connor, re-
tired hotelkeeper of Valetta
January 14, left £134,577 gross.
probate yesterday.
years. He kept the Prince Con-
Waterloo Bay Hotel at Wyn-
DEATH OF MR VINCE MOONEY (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Wednesday 8 August 1945 page 6 2017-01-18 18:57 Brisbane hotcllcccpcr and former
Brisbane hotelkeeper and former
OBITUARY (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 6 September 1941 [Issue No.2499] page 3 2017-01-18 18:56 COUNCILLOR AUGUSTUS MAR
SHALL, 78, deputy chairman of the
Wvnnum on August 30, had lived at
Wellington foini iui mum uuui ^o
years. In his early life he was a mem
ber of the police force, and was sta
COUNCILLOR AUGUSTUS MAR-
SHALL, 78, deputy chairman of the
Wynnum on August 30, had lived at
Wellington for more than 25
years. In his early life he was a mem-
ber of the police force, and was sta-

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