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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,552,477
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,026,797
4 annmanley 2,253,822
5 John.F.Hall 2,252,850
...
900 RTolhurst 34,421
901 charliek 34,387
902 anniespencer 34,366
903 mick.roberts 34,360
904 kbowmanwright 34,275
905 glenaklein 34,182

34,360 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 421
June 2017 713
May 2017 337
April 2017 581
March 2017 576
February 2017 351
January 2017 197
December 2016 631
November 2016 292
October 2016 368
September 2016 812
August 2016 650
July 2016 566
June 2016 818
May 2016 926
April 2016 1,218
March 2016 680
February 2016 648
January 2016 782
December 2015 482
November 2015 405
October 2015 474
September 2015 253
August 2015 158
July 2015 579
June 2015 347
May 2015 323
April 2015 1,217
March 2015 729
February 2015 172
January 2015 284
December 2014 518
November 2014 202
October 2014 85
August 2014 43
July 2014 38
June 2014 278
May 2014 1
April 2014 222
March 2014 616
February 2014 158
January 2014 593
December 2013 408
November 2013 255
October 2013 975
September 2013 780
August 2013 114
July 2013 219
June 2013 485
May 2013 7
April 2013 229
March 2013 221
February 2013 17
January 2013 282
December 2012 327
September 2012 7
July 2012 518
June 2012 109
May 2012 36
April 2012 202
March 2012 153
February 2012 253
January 2012 328
December 2011 526
November 2011 44
October 2011 159
September 2011 206
August 2011 267
July 2011 336
June 2011 379
May 2011 417
April 2011 1,506
March 2011 481
February 2011 135
January 2011 368
December 2010 453
November 2010 248
October 2010 150
September 2010 349
August 2010 1,433
July 2010 546
June 2010 415
May 2010 273

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,552,446
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,026,797
4 annmanley 2,253,752
5 John.F.Hall 2,252,845
...
898 RTolhurst 34,421
899 charliek 34,387
900 anniespencer 34,366
901 mick.roberts 34,360
902 kbowmanwright 34,275
903 glenaklein 34,163

34,360 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 421
June 2017 713
May 2017 337
April 2017 581
March 2017 576
February 2017 351
January 2017 197
December 2016 631
November 2016 292
October 2016 368
September 2016 812
August 2016 650
July 2016 566
June 2016 818
May 2016 926
April 2016 1,218
March 2016 680
February 2016 648
January 2016 782
December 2015 482
November 2015 405
October 2015 474
September 2015 253
August 2015 158
July 2015 579
June 2015 347
May 2015 323
April 2015 1,217
March 2015 729
February 2015 172
January 2015 284
December 2014 518
November 2014 202
October 2014 85
August 2014 43
July 2014 38
June 2014 278
May 2014 1
April 2014 222
March 2014 616
February 2014 158
January 2014 593
December 2013 408
November 2013 255
October 2013 975
September 2013 780
August 2013 114
July 2013 219
June 2013 485
May 2013 7
April 2013 229
March 2013 221
February 2013 17
January 2013 282
December 2012 327
September 2012 7
July 2012 518
June 2012 109
May 2012 36
April 2012 202
March 2012 153
February 2012 253
January 2012 328
December 2011 526
November 2011 44
October 2011 159
September 2011 206
August 2011 267
July 2011 336
June 2011 379
May 2011 417
April 2011 1,506
March 2011 481
February 2011 135
January 2011 368
December 2010 453
November 2010 248
October 2010 150
September 2010 349
August 2010 1,433
July 2010 546
June 2010 415
May 2010 273

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Recent corrections

Article Changed Old lines New lines
The Waterloo Stabbing Case. ALLEGED MURDER. AH KIN SENTENCED. VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Wednesday 25 February 1903 [Issue No.2225] page 452 2017-07-26 00:39 Ah Kin, a Chinaman, pleaded not guilty to ft,
charge of having, on January 25 last, at Sydney,1
Alexander Fugsley. Mr. G. H. Reid, K.G., instructed
was to the effect previously published — that the '
in a scuffle Ah Kin fatally stabbed Fugsley.
Ah Kin, a Chinaman, pleaded not guilty to a
charge of having, on January 25 last, at Sydney,
Alexander Pugsley. Mr. G. H. Reid, K.G., instructed
was to the effect previously published — that the
in a scuffle Ah Kin fatally stabbed Pugsley.
STRANGE BUT TRUE Things that happen occasionally (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 12 March 1921 [Issue No.3] page 21 2017-07-23 00:24 i5/l/'21) re the
drunkard pig, re
owned by a pub
(North' Q'land),
15/l/'21) re the
drunkard pig, re-
owned by a pub-
(North Q'land),
STRANGE, BUT TRUE White Potato Ants (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 22 December 1923 [Issue No.44] page 17 2017-07-22 23:47 - ; - - iift :: . its - -. ' '
Flies,;Fbllow Cattle Train'
Was having a drink in a1 country
hotel ' on'- the western line, when the
bar was Invaded by clouds of blow and
house; files. "They'll clear out in' a
"A cattle;' train bound- for Hpmebush
lias just', pulled, in; the flies will go
away with it." I-Ie was right, -
* * *
Flies Follow cattle Train
Was having a drink in a country
hotel on the western line, when the
bar was invaded by clouds of blow and
house files. "They'll clear out in a
"A cattle train bound for Homebush
has just pulled in; the flies will go
away with it." He was right.
Strange but True Preserved Possum (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 19 August 1950 [Issue No.25] page 19 2017-07-22 22:30 CQUEAKIE, a rosella parrot
thq Bundaberg (Q.) distillery was
fiowine into the river. Kiki. a tor-
toise-shell tomcat in the posh sub
Rrishnne hotel lines nn dnilv for
her bucket of beer.—
SQUEAKIE, a rosella parrot
the Bundaberg (Q.) distillery was
flowing into the river. Kiki, a tor-
toise-shell tomcat in the posh sub-
Brisbane hotel lines up daily for
her bucket of beer.
Strange but True Freak Calf (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 11 March 1933 [Issue No.5] page 19 2017-07-22 22:21 At least once a parrot was respon
sible for the N.S.W. Tramway Depart
. ..The parrot was one of which an old-
George Street,. Sydney, was particularly
guards' whistle so well that it fre
quently'. caused the drivers to start the
'on board. After the accident that
Sydney Hospital, the publican was com
front of the hotel.—
-"Stan."
At least once a parrot was respon-
sible for the N.S.W. Tramway Depart-
The parrot was one of which an old-
George Street, Sydney, was particularly
guards' whistle so well that it fre-
quently caused the drivers to start the
on board. After the accident that
Sydney Hospital, the publican was com-
front of the hotel.
- "Stan."
STRANGE BUT TRUE. Things that happen occasionally A Mosquito Trap (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 17 January 1920 [Issue No.47] page 18 2017-07-19 00:39 The Roof-tree '
at the corner of Castlereagh and Hun
formerly . occupied by Bowden's Club
Norfolk pines. A new "bar-room was
built round one of these iii such a way
that the -tree went through the middle
of the roof, and seats were provided iu
the bar, -round the trunk. When the
license was transferred' to a building in
Elizabeth-street the bar became a con
shop - in Sydney with a tree growing
The Roof-tree
at the corner of Castlereagh and Hun-
formerly occupied by Bowden's Club
Norfolk pines. A new bar-room was
built round one of these in such a way
that the tree went through the middle
of the roof, and seats were provided in
the bar, round the trunk. When the
license was transferred to a building in
Elizabeth-street the bar became a con-
shop in Sydney with a tree growing
STRANGE BUT TRUE Things that happen occasionally. Cockroach Drunk (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 30 June 1923 [Issue No.19] page 30 2017-07-19 00:34 Frog In tho Mouth v
Jack Wake, a well-known figure In
otn n nlwit T-rri+Vi
Dip u> pint, vv 1U4
'. g.r e e'hi e, who
'half - a - dozen
Though harm
less, he Is fre-
qu e n tly i ri
trouble witn tne
with his livestock.— "Seyah" (Bris
Frog In the Mouth
Jack Wake, a well-known figure in
sip a pint with-
greenie, who
Though harm-
less, he is fre-
quently in
trouble with the
with his livestock.— "Seyah" (Bris-
STRANGE BUT TRUE Things that happen occasionally Orange Blossom Villa (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 2 July 1921 [Issue No.19] page 22 2017-07-19 00:23 Smith fJra.fl nil fTsTWYWV Iiqq n
gigantic rat, al
bandicoot-, which
gives a wire-walk
ing demonstra
tion on the tele
phone wires be
town's daily ;jest.
— — 1 "Afonn "
South Grafton (N.S.W.) has a
gigantic rat, al-
bandicoot, which
gives a wire-walk-
ing demonstra-
tion on the tele-
phone wires be-
town's daily jest.
- "Mena."
STRANGE BUT TRUE Sued Himself (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 25 December 1937 [Issue No.43] page 9 2017-07-17 23:49 Casting Kegs Before Fire-flghtors
band of ; tired men were battling des
beer into -his car, and motored nearly
fighters. Reaching the gang, he dis
that, fttif nf thA 9.(i man in ilia tronir
pnly one -was not a teetotaller.-
-"Bung,";
Casting Kegs Before Fire-flghters
band of tired men were battling des-
beer into his car, and motored nearly
fighters. Reaching the gang, he dis-
that, out of the 20 men in the gang,
only one was not a teetotaller.
-"Bung."
STRANGE BUT TRUE Stiff (Article), Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1919 - 1950), Saturday 11 November 1922 [Issue No.38] page 17 2017-07-17 23:30 The. Lost Profits
Broken Hill, ' his wife confessed that
she ' had a little hoard of sovereigns
:th# room; ;Which the- 'bailiff had occu
pied.' ' 'She had tried' to get it, but was"
unable to do so' without being seen.
rilght'. he took up a flooring board, and
ground. Not long afterwards he re
sumed business at. the old address. —
The Lost Profits
Broken Hill, his wife confessed that
she had a little hoard of sovereigns
the room, which the bailiff had occu-
pied. She had tried to get it, but was
unable to do so without being seen.
night he took up a flooring board, and
ground. Not long afterwards he re-
sumed business at the old address. -

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