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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,411,811
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,761
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,279
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,388
...
474 Elainetb 69,226
475 EdwardMahoney 69,102
476 grayfion 69,081
477 MichaelGregg 68,572
478 gdthompson156 68,507
479 denben42 68,336

68,572 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 564
March 2017 297
February 2017 70
December 2016 172
September 2016 8
August 2016 112
July 2016 49
June 2016 26
April 2016 154
March 2016 82
February 2016 55
January 2016 186
December 2015 8
November 2015 135
October 2015 14
September 2015 112
August 2015 531
July 2015 200
June 2015 14
May 2015 323
April 2015 257
March 2015 295
February 2015 650
January 2015 349
December 2014 325
November 2014 130
October 2014 1,531
September 2014 1,065
August 2014 1,255
April 2014 1,184
March 2014 838
February 2014 858
January 2014 968
December 2013 379
November 2013 984
October 2013 843
September 2013 1,295
August 2013 1,513
July 2013 1,491
June 2013 256
May 2013 1,904
April 2013 270
March 2013 686
February 2013 1,507
January 2013 1,866
December 2012 1,876
November 2012 920
October 2012 534
September 2012 244
August 2012 234
July 2012 1,827
June 2012 2,775
May 2012 284
April 2012 291
March 2012 30
February 2012 2,492
January 2012 1,259
December 2011 1,684
November 2011 3,116
September 2011 670
August 2011 348
July 2011 783
June 2011 2,763
May 2011 4,588
April 2011 1,209
March 2011 1,604
February 2011 1,108
January 2011 2,338
December 2010 6,055
November 2010 1,427
October 2010 295
September 2010 482
August 2010 120
July 2010 472
February 2010 53
January 2010 106
December 2009 774

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,411,780
2 NeilHamilton 3,045,761
3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
4 annmanley 2,236,209
5 John.F.Hall 2,111,383
...
472 Elainetb 69,226
473 EdwardMahoney 69,102
474 grayfion 69,074
475 MichaelGregg 68,572
476 gdthompson156 68,507
477 denben42 68,336

68,572 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 564
March 2017 297
February 2017 70
December 2016 172
September 2016 8
August 2016 112
July 2016 49
June 2016 26
April 2016 154
March 2016 82
February 2016 55
January 2016 186
December 2015 8
November 2015 135
October 2015 14
September 2015 112
August 2015 531
July 2015 200
June 2015 14
May 2015 323
April 2015 257
March 2015 295
February 2015 650
January 2015 349
December 2014 325
November 2014 130
October 2014 1,531
September 2014 1,065
August 2014 1,255
April 2014 1,184
March 2014 838
February 2014 858
January 2014 968
December 2013 379
November 2013 984
October 2013 843
September 2013 1,295
August 2013 1,513
July 2013 1,491
June 2013 256
May 2013 1,904
April 2013 270
March 2013 686
February 2013 1,507
January 2013 1,866
December 2012 1,876
November 2012 920
October 2012 534
September 2012 244
August 2012 234
July 2012 1,827
June 2012 2,775
May 2012 284
April 2012 291
March 2012 30
February 2012 2,492
January 2012 1,259
December 2011 1,684
November 2011 3,116
September 2011 670
August 2011 348
July 2011 783
June 2011 2,763
May 2011 4,588
April 2011 1,209
March 2011 1,604
February 2011 1,108
January 2011 2,338
December 2010 6,055
November 2010 1,427
October 2010 295
September 2010 482
August 2010 120
July 2010 472
February 2010 53
January 2010 106
December 2009 774

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
BARGE HAND FALLS IN RIVER, DROWNS (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Saturday 8 November 1947 [Issue No.22,646] page 1 2017-04-24 15:44 'about 3.20 a.m. today.
George Spencer '40), mar
ing to Rivervale when Spen
P5i?ot^7o1o u;ac. tailHrscr tn
'he Causeway, Spencer step
ped from the launch on to. the
^rank Barrett at the wheel of
. Spencer apparently fell be
fween the barge and the
'aunch which was moving at
Ive knots.
pull out the clutch, then un
'ashed the barge from the
nould be turned to rescue
headPd the launch for the
learn across the water. Whf^n
he launch was 20 yards away
rhe men saw Spencer's head,
but it almost immediately dis
ippeared.
Davies and Barrett search
-d frantically for some time,
rhe Central Police Station.
? On August 11. the same
*hree crewmen had lucky
'?he .Swan Portland Cement
Ooy.'s £5500. diesel launch R.
sank in the Swan River. Thsy
mmped from the launch on
ho a barge alongside and were
'escued uninjured.
about 3.20 a.m. today.
George Spencer (40), mar-
ing to Rivervale when Spen-
Rivervale, was talking to
the Causeway, Spencer step-
ped from the launch on to the
Frank Barrett at the wheel of
Spencer apparently fell be-
tween the barge and the
launch which was moving at
five knots.
pull out the clutch, then un-
lashed the barge from the
could be turned to rescue
headed the launch for the
beam across the water. When
the launch was 20 yards away
the men saw Spencer's head,
but it almost immediately dis-
appeared.
Davies and Barrett searched
frantically for some time,
the Central Police Station.
On August 11, the same
three crewmen had lucky
the Swan Portland Cement
Coy.'s £5500 diesel launch R.
sank in the Swan River. They
jumped from the launch on
to a barge alongside and were
rescued uninjured.
£5500 Launch Gutted, Sinks (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Monday 11 August 1947 [Issue No.22,569] page 1 2017-04-24 15:36 £5500 diesel launch E. O. Law
Three men who were on the ves
sel when it caught alight, appar
ently because of a backfire, escap
looked like 'a fireship in . the
that production would not be re
long, was passing under the cause
way with a load' of oyster shell for
George Davies,' George Spencer
♦ STILL SMOULDERING, the £5500 dieseS bunch R. O. Lew is pictured resting on the
bottom of shalfows on the side of ihe Causeway. If- caught fire early today, burnt to the
water's edge. Smoke con be seeifi rising horn ihe bow.
£5500 diesel launch R. O. Law
Three men who were on the ves-
sel when it caught alight, appar-
ently because of a backfire, escap-
looked like 'a fireship in the
that production would not be re-
long, was passing under the cause-
way with a load of oyster shell for
George Davies, George Spencer
♦ STILL SMOULDERING, the £5500 diesel launch R. O. Lew is pictured resting on the
bottom of shallows on the side of ihe Causeway. It caught fire early today, burnt to the
water's edge. Smoke can be seen rising fromhe bow.
NEW TUG FOR RIVER. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 24 February 1936 [Issue No.15,497] page 13 2017-04-24 15:30 A new 52ft motor 'tug, to be called the
R. O. Law, was recently built at Fre
of McTJwraith. McEacharn. Ltd.. wherp
Diesel engine. The first trials are ex
it to be used for hauling barges carrying
A new 52ft motor tug, to be called the
R. O. Law, was recently built at Fre-
of McIllwraith, McEacharn. Ltd.. where
Diesel engine. The first trials are ex-
is to be used for hauling barges carrying
LAUNCH GUTTED BY FIRE Cement Company's Loss (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 12 August 1947 [Issue No.19,056] page 8 2017-04-24 15:25 Fire which broke out early yes
terday morning on the diesel launch
was towing a . barge in the Swan
because of a backfire.. Three em
able to fight the flames until .the
drifted downstream to the Cause
Fire which broke out early yes-
terday morning on the diesel launch
was towing a barge in the Swan
because of a backfire. Three em-
able to fight the flames until the
drifted downstream to the Cause-
NEW TUG FOR CEMENT WORKS The R. O. Law's Trial Run. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 30 March 1936 [Issue No.15,527] page 7 2017-04-24 15:20 LjUL, at Rivervale, was given a trial run
direction of. Tomlinson and Co., the con
R. O. Law after the^company's chairman
a draft of 4ft 21n. It is fitted with a
under three-quarter power. It is esti
Ltd, at Rivervale, was given a trial run
direction of Tomlinson and Co., the con-
R. O. Law after the company's chairman
a draft of 4ft 2in. It is fitted with a
under three-quarter power. It is esti-
TUG FOR CEMENT WORKS. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 31 March 1936 [Issue No.15,528] page 10 2017-04-24 15:17 The new 52ft. tog &. O. Law, designed specialty for towing shell barges
The new 52ft. tug R. O. Law, designed specialty for towing shell barges
TUG FOR CEMENT WORKS. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 31 March 1936 [Issue No.15,528] page 10 2017-04-24 15:16 .' The new 52ft. tog &. O. Law, designed specialty for towing shell barges
. works of Swaa Portland Cement, Ltd* at Btvenrale, leaving for a trial
.' run en Saturday afternoon. It has a beam of 13ft, a draught of 4ft Mn.
and is puweted by a lzt h-p. Diesel engine.
The new 52ft. tog &. O. Law, designed specialty for towing shell barges
works of Swan Portland Cement, Ltd, at Rivervale, leaving for a trial
run on Saturday afternoon. It has a beam of 13ft, a draught of 4ft 2in.
and is powered by a 120 h-p. Diesel engine.
NEW HARBOUR WORK Slipway at Arthur's Head. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 16 October 1940 [Issue No.16,937] page 6 2017-04-21 19:30 it is proposed will be of telescopic de
sign and 190 to 250 feet long. The pro
dredging plant employed on the Fre
keel blocks at low water was ?ft. 9in.
it is proposed will be of telescopic de-
sign and 190 to 250 feet long. The pro-
dredging plant employed on the Fre-
keel blocks at low water was 7ft. 9in.
NEWS OF THE WEEK. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Saturday 24 March 1900 [Issue No.743] page 49 2017-04-21 15:37 FERBIANTLE HABBOÜB WORKS. - The
.past has been receiving a complete over-
V for dischargifc; the contents of the hoppers
bas been done to place the dredge ines
y good order as when she was originally
" vx the largest work of the kind yet attempted
and complete. manner in which it has been
carried out reflects .great credit on all eon
I ; cerned., The length of the cradle on which
¿be -vessels are hoisted is 180ft., and the
depth of water is about lift, at the how
Pelican will be placed on the slip for over
Premier-will afterwards be hauled up for
et-:" »epairB, , ¿ ¿ .:,**
FREMANTLE HABBOUR WORKS. - The
past has been receiving a complete over-
for discharging the contents of the hoppers
has been done to place the dredge in as
good order as when she was originally
the largest work of the kind yet attempted
and complete manner in which it has been
carried out reflects great credit on all con-
cerned. The length of the cradle on which
the vessels are hoisted is 180ft., and the
depth of water is about 11ft, at the bow
Pelican will be placed on the slip for over-
Premier will afterwards be hauled up for
repairs.
SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED:—March 20. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Wednesday 21 March 1900 [Issue No.7,693] page 2 2017-04-21 15:28 Ye,iU-rdivy the hopper dredge Fromnntle,
which, fur somo yems has done good work
at the port, was launohed from the Govern
ment slip nt Fremantle, During her deten
tion on the slip the vessel' has been fitted
with a now buttom aud new hoppers oaid
doors, and has generally received a- thorough
overhaul, She will nko be supplied with a
pair of new boilers, nnd when completed will1
be wjual to a new vessel. '
Yesterday the hopper dredge Fremantle,
which, for some years has done good work
at the port, was launched from the Govern-
ment slip at Fremantle. During her deten-
tion on the slip the vessel has been fitted
with a now bottom and new hoppers and
doors, and has generally received a thorough
overhaul. She will also be supplied with a
pair of new boilers, and when completed will1
be equal to a new vessel.

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