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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,508,725
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,974,474
4 annmanley 2,242,532
5 John.F.Hall 2,203,460
...
491 EdwardMahoney 69,102
492 SABMD2015 69,018
493 Glenice.Bayliss 68,919
494 MichaelGregg 68,876
495 mccallumalison8 68,493
496 buckybeaver 68,354

68,876 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 213
May 2017 91
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 4,508,694
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,974,474
4 annmanley 2,242,462
5 John.F.Hall 2,203,455
...
489 EdwardMahoney 69,102
490 SABMD2015 69,018
491 Glenice.Bayliss 68,918
492 MichaelGregg 68,876
493 mccallumalison8 68,408
494 buckybeaver 68,354

68,876 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 213
May 2017 91
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
ROCKBREAEKR WILL BE BACK ON JOB (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Friday 12 May 1950 [Issue No.23,426] page 13 2017-06-13 20:02 The rockbreaker Lob
breaking dredge. Its equip
available equipment in Aus
being stripped by. the bucket
plant had required strength
When the Parmelia's strip
Lobnitz the dredge would be
The rock breaker Lob-
breaking dredge. Its equip-
available equipment in Aus-
being stripped by the bucket
plant had required strength-
When the Parmelia's strip-
Lobnitz the dredge would be-
ROCK-BREAKER IS A FAILURE, SAYS MLA (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Wednesday 10 May 1950 [Issue No.23,424] page 13 2017-06-13 19:57 required from the Govern
work it had to do. It ha.d not
work since it was put into ope
'It looks as if the Govern
ment rushed into harbour ex
make a show for election pur
poses, regardless of the suit
required from the Govern-
work it had to do. It had not
work since it was put into ope-
'It looks as if the Govern-
ment rushed into harbour ex-
make a show for election pur-
poses, regardless of the suit-
UNDERWATER ROCKS Breaker's Trials At Fremantle (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Friday 3 February 1950 [Issue No.19,828] page 10 2017-06-13 19:44 assembled in this State. the
rock off the wharf face at Vic
the Government from the Mar
ine Board of Control, Launces
a manganese-steel point, is op
perated with a pile-driver ac
to give it added depth the ves
assembled in this State, the
rock off the wharf face at Vic-
the Government from the Mar-
ine Board of Control, Launces-
a manganese-steel point, is op-
perated with a pile-driver ac-
to give it added depth the ves-
SLIPWAY WORK AND CAPTION To the Editor. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 22 October 1949 [Issue No.19,740] page 24 2017-06-12 19:26 I of October 21 there is a photo
F work being carried out by the
I misstatements) states that "the
Actually this slipway was de
Rivers Branch. The only contri
for urgent submaripe slipping.
work, the width between the slip
way walls will be increased. not
slipped on the North Shore slip
way and not on the South slip
way. Fremantle.
of October 21 there is a photo-
work being carried out by the
misstatements) states that "the
Actually this slipway was de-
Rivers Branch. The only contri-
for urgent submarine slipping.
work, the width between the slip-
way walls will be increased, not
slipped on the North Shore slip-
way and not on the South slip-
way, Fremantle.
NAVY CUTS DOWN. Peace Changes At Fremantle. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 7 September 1946 [Issue No.18,768] page 6 2017-06-12 18:00 warships and transports were extended, additional buildings were re
American equipment has been re
moved, and for many months Fre
and twos, but do not use Freman
tie in any extensive way. The Royal
recent months, and shortly a num
H.MLAS. Leeuwln at Preston Point
training of West Australian as
have been the slipway at the sea
slipway is capable of carrying a ves
sel of 2,000 tons, and since the de
the only facility for slipping any
berth at Victoria Quay is so equip
ped. As part of the naval pil instal
enough, Italian internees were em
naval ships and transports were ser
viced throughout the war. This pipe
A fair amount.of North Wharf
British, American and Dutch sub
on their ships emanated from West
ern Australia. Shortly after the sur
occasion to be present at the interro
gation of a highranking Japanese
British submarine motherships Maid
stone and Adamant and the Ameri
a submarine. Now It has been en
the base, went from .Fremantle to
'In the north-eastern end of the
harbour an M.L. base was estab
of the harbour where it can inter
small craft. Piers built on the oppo
site side of the river, and imme
accommodate small craft and light
this spot will be retained as a vic
store. in which are listed some 35.000
i function as the West Australian
centre for s'upply of stores and equip
time come to Fremantle for recrea
tional leave, refitting, or other pur
Stime before the war at the south end
retained as a permanent naval build
Fremantle, used by the Naval Arma
ment 5tore OMfcer has been closed
down and handed back to Gibbs.
Not many people, probably, rea
and other defensive equipment re
.the war years it carried about 200
torpedoes, this depot had most in
and the various other highly spe
cialised components of a moder tor
was taken over by the Navy primar
ily to accommodate warships along
yard, torpedo workship (where elec-2
boiler to supply power to ships clean
down, and an employee of the Aus
tralian Wheat Board acts as watch
station was brought into being in'
equipped for communications to ships o
station Rockingham jetty coula be
seen on a clear day. Much of the 4
work there was done by W.R.ANS.,'
who maintained that the seven-inch i
steps felt three feet high by the time I
they climbed to the top daily. Later I
a two-man lift was installed. Since <
the closure of this station, naval i
signallng to ships in the vicinity i
has been done from the Fremantle1
Harbour Trust's station at Canton-'
Near the seaward end of Victoria I
The future policy for the boom de- i
fence area has not yet been decided]
upon, but it is likely that the es- l
tablishment will be retained on ai
care and maintenance basis, par
amount of very valuable and high!y I
specialised equipment. The boom <
across the harbour, where hundreds I
of thousands of tons of shipping '
found sanctuary, was one of the :
first of the harbour defences to dir 2
appear after the Japanese surren-'
der. The concrete pylons still remain,!
however, at either side of the har
bour entrance, and as they are not I
an obstruction to navigation '*iy
are to be kept In postion. I
Two de-gaussing ranges were es
has now beed picked up by the boom
will be removed very shortly. Shins
were sent over these ranges regu
larly so that a measure of their mag
the proper steps to protect. them
Developing Cockbarn Sond.
The long boom protecting Cock
the plyols still remain. The chan
nel through, the Success and Par
good deal of developmental work ,. s
probably be available for civil ise.
already there are five corvette.
(Parkes, Horsham. Glenelg, Towns
and maintenance crew. At Wood
which have impeded the activities I
fishing boats, have now been re
Building, in Cliff-street, will shorty
staff, now reduced much below war
HM.A.S. Leeuwin, which has during
HLMA.S. Leeuwin, the present
the most completely equipped -'
Preston Point during the war. it will
warships and transports were extended, additional buildings were re-
American equipment has been re-
moved, and for many months Fre-
and twos, but do not use Freman-
tle in any extensive way. The Royal
recent months, and shortly a num-
H.M.A.S. Leeuwln at Preston Point
training of West Australian as-
have been the slipway at the sea-
slipway is capable of carrying a ves-
sel of 2,000 tons, and since the de-
the only facility for slipping any-
berth at Victoria Quay is so equip-
ped. As part of the naval oil instal-
enough, Italian internees were em-
naval ships and transports were ser-
viced throughout the war. This pipe-
A fair amount of North Wharf
British, American and Dutch sub-
on their ships emanated from West-
ern Australia. Shortly after the sur-
occasion to be present at the interro-
gation of a high-ranking Japanese
British submarine motherships Maid-
stone and Adamant and the Ameri-
a submarine. Now It has been en-
the base, went from Fremantle to
In the north-eastern end of the
harbour an M.L. base was estab-
of the harbour where it can inter-
small craft. Piers built on the oppo-
site side of the river, and imme-
accommodate small craft and light-
this spot will be retained as a vic-
store, in which are listed some 35,000
function as the West Australian
centre for supply of stores and equip-
time come to Fremantle for recrea-
tional leave, refitting, or other pur-
time before the war at the south end
retained as a permanent naval build-
Fremantle, used by the Naval Arma-
ment Store Officer has been closed
down and handed back to Gibbs,
Not many people, probably, rea-
and other defensive equipment re-
the war years it carried about 200
torpedoes, this depot had most in-
and the various other highly spe-
cialised components of a modern tor-
was taken over by the Navy primar-
ily to accommodate warships along-
yard, torpedo workship (where elec-
boiler to supply power to ships clean-
down, and an employee of the Aus-
tralian Wheat Board acts as watch-
station was brought into being in
equipped for communications to ships
station Rockingham jetty could be
seen on a clear day. Much of the
work there was done by W.R.AN.S.,
who maintained that the seven-inch
steps felt three feet high by the time
they climbed to the top daily. Later
a two-man lift was installed. Since
the closure of this station, naval
signallng to ships in the vicinity
has been done from the Fremantle
Harbour Trust's station at Canton-
Near the seaward end of Victoria
The future policy for the boom de-
fence area has not yet been decided
upon, but it is likely that the es-
tablishment will be retained on a
care and maintenance basis, par-
amount of very valuable and highly
specialised equipment. The boom
across the harbour, where hundreds
of thousands of tons of shipping
found sanctuary, was one of the
first of the harbour defences to dis-
appear after the Japanese surren-
der. The concrete pylons still remain,
however, at either side of the har-
bour entrance, and as they are not
an obstruction to navigation they
are to be kept In postion.
Two de-gaussing ranges were es-
has now been picked up by the boom
will be removed very shortly. Ships
were sent over these ranges regu-
larly so that a measure of their mag-
the proper steps to protect them
Developing Cockburn Sound.
The long boom protecting Cock-
the pylons still remain. The chan-
nel through the Success and Par-
good deal of developmental work was
probably be available for civil use.
already there are five corvettes,
(Parkes, Horsham. Glenelg, Towns-
and maintenance crew. At Wood-
which have impeded the activities of
fishing boats, have now been re-
Building, in Cliff-street, will shortly
staff, now reduced much below war-
H.M.A.S. Leeuwin, which has during
H.MA.S. Leeuwin, the present
the most completely equipped
Preston Point during the war, it will
FREMANTLE HARBOR TRUST. COMMISSIONERS' HALF-YEARLY REPORT. A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 18 February 1904 [Issue No.5,595] page 6 2017-06-12 13:50 Roads. The Commissioners, therefore,
Floating;Fire Engine.
"The Government has concurred in the.
recommendation of the Comnunissioners
Public Works Department. should be
a suitable float,so as to be instantly avail
to be altered. internally to carry the en
gine. and, when completed, the machine,
which is capable of throwing 1,000 gal
lons per minute from four deliveries. will
be a most valuable additicn to the float
ing Lre engines already in the various
in the harbour. By utilising Govern
Roads. The Commissioners, therefore,
Floating Fire Engine.
"The Government has concurred in the
recommendation of the Commissioners
Public Works Department, should be
a suitable float, so as to be instantly avail-
to be altered internally to carry the en-
gine, and, when completed, the machine,
which is capable of throwing 1,000 gal-
lons per minute from four deliveries, will
be a most valuable addition to the float-
ing fire engines already in the various
in the harbour. By utilising Govern-
THE HARBOUR TRUST. HALF-YEARLY REPORT. A RECORD OF PROGRESS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 23 August 1905 [Issue No.6,064] page 9 2017-06-12 13:40 Fire Float and Fire Brigade.-Expe
unsatisfactory, the Commissioners re
of vessel was desirable for this serviee,
boatbuilders, of Beach-street, Freman
the old punt, without seriously endan
old punt, when relieved of the fire en
been maintained in a good state of effi
ciency. During the tiite that thetown
the services of a brigade. the Fremantle
of calling, a the Trust's brigade for ser
the Commissioners. Now that the pro
has been extended to the town of Fre
the members of the Tlrust's brigade with
calls, so that the town may have the ser
vices of the Trnst's men to supplement
the town brigade at fires wherever con
from the Trust's sheds and other pre
simultaneous autodhatic calls will
It is the wish and intention of the Su
shall work together in the most har
Fire Float and Fire Brigade.-Expe-
unsatisfactory, the Commissioners re-
of vessel was desirable for this service,
boatbuilders, of Beach-street, Freman-
the old punt, without seriously endan-
old punt, when relieved of the fire en-
been maintained in a good state of effi-
ciency. During the time that the town
the services of a brigade, the Fremantle
of calling on the Trust's brigade for ser-
the Commissioners. Now that the pro-
has been extended to the town of Fre-
the members of the Trust's brigade with
calls, so that the town may have the ser-
vices of the Trust's men to supplement
the town brigade at fires wherever con-
from the Trust's sheds and other pre-
simultaneous automatic calls will
It is the wish and intention of the Su-
shall work together in the most har-
YACHTING. (Notes by "Fairlead.") (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 15 March 1922 [Issue No.6,211] page 9 2017-06-07 14:15 Dunn,- of Sydney, for the moulds of a
task" of replacing the Australian cham
of the public in his endeavour,- and upon
their. being ?present in large inu er?
when he takes his new boat round.th(.
course .for the first time.
The Perth Flying Squadron have re
ceived the following letter from Mr.' J
Since .the Kismet and H. tC. Press 're-.
their praises'of.the generous. manne; in
which tthey were treated and 'enter
tained, bV-zyot only your interstate com
mittee but by all the"sailing and yacht
well. As stated- by M1anager:" Ryn,
"money could not buy such a'trip.". Simi
larly as regards the racing, every pos
sible to' entertain you similarly. The
to let'oiur boat :'win! Even that, how
ever, was praised by 'the tourists. They
Austraia had sich a fine boat. They all
not adequately thank you good, people' in i
of klindnesses, and would find .it impos
sible to entertain: you similarly.' The
New South Wales boys desire us to con
vey their sincere thanks to the Weastra
manner in which the party from 'this
State was treated, and to request thenm
which helped in such a hospitable man
The sad news of the burning of- Mele
Bilo and the many other boats on Tues
day came asia great shock to us all, and
wonderful'the number of outsiders whb
knew all'about Mele and her good deeds.
have another 'Mele' Bilo built if possible.
were net asking too much to -have the
committee's regrets. assaed * to Mr
Dunn, of Sydney, for the moulds of a
task of replacing the Australian cham-
of the public in his endeavour, and upon
their being present in large numbers
when he takes his new boat round the
course for the first time.
The Perth Flying Squadron have re-
ceived the following letter from Mr. J
Since the Kismet and H. C. Press re-
their praises of the generous manner in
which they were treated and -enter
tained, by not only your interstate com-
mittee but by all the sailing and yacht-
well. As stated by Manager Ryan,
"money could not buy such a trip." Simi-
larly as regards the racing, every pos-
sible to entertain you similarly. The
to let our boat win! Even that, how-
ever, was praised by the tourists. They
Austraia had such a fine boat. They all
not adequately thank you good people in
of kindnesses, and would find it impos-
sible to entertain you similarly.' The
New South Wales boys desire us to con-
vey their sincere thanks to the Western
manner in which the party from this
State was treated, and to request them
which helped in such a hospitable man-
The sad news of the burning of Mele
Bilo and the many other boats on Tues-
day came as a great shock to us all, and
wonderful the number of outsiders who
knew all about Mele and her good deeds.
have another Mele Bilo built if possible.
were not asking too much to have the
committee's regrets passed to Mr
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 28 July 1923 [Issue No.6,607] page 16 2017-05-19 17:19 T||-OTOR LAUNCH BARGAIN.
Cabin, bunks, ice boxes, 15 hjp. Gardner
Caledonian Teverse gear.
K new countershaft and other parts have
this verv graceful and fine sea boat, which
price of £275, in her present uapainted con
MOTOR LAUNCH BARGAIN.
Cabin, bunks, ice boxes, 15 hp. Gardner
Caledonian reverse gear.
A new countershaft and other parts have
this very graceful and fine sea boat, which
price of £275, in her present unpainted condition
TOWED TO RIVER (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Thursday 31 October 1946 [Issue No.22,328] page 10 2017-05-15 16:35 TTQDWTCTIR TTflB
© BUBIT crt West Midtond, a 32ft. 6ira. auxiliary-powered
sailing boat is Beaded on a 'jinker' today to be towed to
James Galloway. If took him rwo and © half years to
TOWED TO RIVER
© BUILT at West Midtond, a 32ft. 6in. auxiliary-powered
sailing boat is loaded on a 'jinker' today to be towed to
James Galloway. It took him two and a half years to

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