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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,235
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,074
...
282 RoseyB 127,880
283 lisa123 127,666
284 awarman2 126,414
285 murds5 125,924
286 brk24 125,817
287 Gay-Reed 125,455

125,924 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 353
April 2017 516
March 2017 3,181
February 2017 3,290
January 2017 8,209
December 2016 2,351
November 2016 3,485
October 2016 8,591
September 2016 12,810
August 2016 29,322
July 2016 2,155
June 2016 17,702
May 2016 8,198
April 2016 13,222
March 2016 11,604
February 2016 935

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,204
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,069
...
468 snu3 72,272
469 suet54 72,094
470 Mirrabooka5 71,962
471 murds5 71,726
472 rhwm 71,050
473 kmfarley 71,048

71,726 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 353
April 2017 516
March 2017 2,622
February 2017 3,015
January 2017 4,853
December 2016 2,349
November 2016 3,039
October 2016 6,545
September 2016 8,791
August 2016 9,144
July 2016 943
June 2016 10,069
May 2016 7,850
April 2016 393
March 2016 10,323
February 2016 921

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 97,289
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 27,587
5 EricTheRed 20,242

54,198 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 559
February 2017 275
January 2017 3,356
December 2016 2
November 2016 446
October 2016 2,046
September 2016 4,019
August 2016 20,178
July 2016 1,212
June 2016 7,633
May 2016 348
April 2016 12,829
March 2016 1,281
February 2016 14


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Attempt to Wreck a Train. SYDNEY, Friday Night. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 3 2017-06-11 11:29 Attempt N WW&fc a Triiin.
S¥i>N£*v Friday Nfeht. ]
Arthur Birton and Alfred .ftliglr
were charged at June's to day with
-removinjj: eight boHs from (our 'ish
pfaten from the fine with intent to
wreak a train. Accused, were reman
Attempt to Wreck a Train.
Sydney, Friday Night.
Arthur Barton and Alfred Bligh
were charged at Junee to day with
removing eight bolts from four fish-
plates from the line with intent to
wreck a train. Accused, were reman
A Shocking Accident. THE INQUEST. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 2 2017-06-11 11:27 THE INQUEST. j
married woman named Catherine Hatg
well was held at tho S»lomontown police
stati-.in yesterday afternoon before Mr. J.
S^Mardn, W. F. Wells, S^W. Osborne.
T. E. Bond. andW.Bosomwortli
Ethel ftatswell, a child eight yaara of
the| horse run away with the cart my
to harness the horse, and it r>ih away
with the harness on. Soon af.er the
horse runaway the second time the cart
and the rail of the c irt on her stomach.
it h id never played up. The accident
years old. I do not know whether any?
and my mother was gjing for water. My
mother never drove the hors? before. My
George Wade said —Am a blocksr, and j
happened. .Saw the horse in the paddocK
up to the carfc, which was capsized, and
lying on her back with the side rail 011
tier neck and the wheel across her fore
head. She was deid. Went back for
police station and give inform ition.
Kuew deceased slightly.
not in a very' safe condition/ The
breeching was running loo3t» oh the
shafts instead of being passed throus-h
the keeps. Did net examine the bi dy
John- G'i'idyei said— Am a carter and
live at Stil imoutn-vn. W,.de came to imi
and we went to where deceased was ly
ing. The wheel was on her thiuat, and
'the rail ^n her forehead." She was quite
dead. The horse'was . standing midway
between the cart and the water, trough
near the fence. About, ten o'clock this
mnr.iing deceased sent her two children
times previously. - The horse is perfectly
about it, as they neglected to pnss the
not. The reins were not. brokeai but
Dwia Byrnes said—Daceased was a
cousin by marriage to me. She i3 about
farewell to a relative deceased siid, " It
the cirt was over the: neck, but the
wheel was not touching the body. De
ceased presented the appearance of hav
benefit of deceased's family. -
THE INQUEST.
married woman named Catherine Hats-
well was held at the Solomontown police
station yesterday afternoon before Mr. J.
S. Martin, W. F. Wells, S. W. Osborne.
T. E. Bond, and W.Bosomworth.
Ethel Hatswell, a child eight years of
the horse run away with the cart my
to harness the horse, and it ran away
with the harness on. Soon after the
horse ran away the second time the cart
and the rail of the cart on her stomach.
it had never played up. The accident
years old. I do not know whether any-
and my mother was going for water. My
mother never drove the horse before. My
George Wade said —Am a blocker, and
happened. Saw the horse in the paddock
up to the cart, which was capsized, and
lying on her back with the side rail on
her neck and the wheel across her fore-
head. She was dead. Went back for
police station and give information.
Knew deceased slightly.
not in a very safe condition. The
breeching was running loose on the
shafts instead of being passed through
the keeps. Did net examine the body
John Goodyer said— Am a carter and
live at Solomontown. Wade came to me
and we went to where deceased was ly-
ing. The wheel was on her throat, and
the rail on her forehead. She was quite
dead. The horse was standing midway
between the cart and the water trough
near the fence. About ten o'clock this
morning deceased sent her two children
times previously. The horse is perfectly
about it, as they neglected to pass the
not. The reins were not broken but
David Byrnes said—Daceased was a
cousin by marriage to me. She is about
farewell to a relative deceased said, " It
the cart was over the neck, but the
wheel was not touching the body. De-
ceased presented the appearance of hav-
benefit of deceased's family.
Warren Discharged. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 3 2017-06-11 11:17 WARREN DISCHARGED>
WARREN DISCHARGED.
Death of Mr. Martin Spain. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 3 2017-06-11 11:17 Mr. Man*am says mmy of the
IJft'rthern farmers will not get seed. ■
A well-known Btroota f.waer siys
that thrre *ce&s ago fee'^frtald n«t_ have,
taken £600 fot,h?3 crop. a-thi&i of
that saoi woald bay it. _
Lord Hoseberry s-iyj the sitoation in
Fashcda a *>£ supreme gravity.
Mr. Mansom says many of the
Northern farmers will not get seed.
A well-known Baroota farmer says
that three weeks ago he would not have,
taken £600 for his crop. Now a third of
that now would buy it.
Lord Roseberry says the situation in
Fashoda is of supreme gravity.
Cricket. M. JONES' V. E. SANDRY'S SHIFT (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 1 2017-06-11 11:11 An enjoyable match was played nn
(he Recreation Ground betw een teams
representing the above result-in'.' in a
win for 'lie former, who .scored 84
asainst their opponents'53. ..Fur the
winners Reidy led (he way with 38,
lhe only other to reacli double figures
beins; Vawser, who inn np 1G. The
bowling honoU'.s were split np by
the five ni2n tried. Mano^ne was
highest scorer for (he di^fealed eleven,
and was not ont wit li •?() opposite his
name. Gluyns \va?. content. with haH
feeble, resistance k> Finch and Jones.
! who trnndled nnchn.n^cd . thronghuut,
Jones' shift.
Ilil', b Sudry... .. ... ... 14
Reidy, c McRae. t> Maiioguo ... 38
\V .-Jones. c Jo!<ns> n „ ... .... 2
Kelly, b Smi'lry • ... ... ... 0
T>i«2e, b S uidry ... 5
M. Jones, b Sav.tlry ... ... . ... 0
Va«£cr. !• McRae ... ... ... : 16
Ryan, b G.lbtrt ... v.. ... 7
Wei'ge--, c Mm* gue, b Gilbeit ... 0
Valvi', nut oat .. ... ... 0
Sun.lrivs ... ... ... ... 2
ToSsil ...
sandry's siijpr.
D. McR-.e, b F.n-b ...
Graham, l.b.u-, bJo:-e*
Ghiyas. c Wrdger, b Fii:ch ...
Gilbert, b Finch
Sundry. c Ry-Uj bFiiioh
Strutt«n, run out ... ...
Spend' r, c Weilijer. b Finch...
J. McRae, c and b Finch
Mnnogue, n •* out ... ...
Y"-n»ni:ui,c Yjisrai-r, b Julius
Ji.Iidsoii, c Vawscr, b Jones...
Sundries ...
... 2-!
An enjoyable match was played on
the Recreation Ground between teams
representing the above resultin in a
win for the former, who scored 84
against their opponents' 53. For the
winners Reidy led the way with 38,
the only other to reach double figures
being Vawser, who ran up 16. The
bowling honourss were split up by
the five men tried. Manogne was
highest scorer for the defeated eleven,
and was not out with 20 opposite his
name. Gluyas was content. with half
feeble resistance to Finch and Jones.
who trandled unchanged throughout,
Jones' Shift.
Hill, b Sandry... .. ... ... 14
Reidy, c McRae. b Manogue ... 38
W .Jones. c Johnson „ ... .... 2
Kelly, b Sandry • ... ... ... 0
Drage, b Sandry ... 5
M. Jones, b Sandryry ... ... . ... 0
Vawser, b McRae ... ... ... : 16
Ryan, b Gilbert ... .. ... 7
Wedger, c Manogue, b Gilbert ... 0
Valve, not out .. ... ... 0
Sundries ... ... ... ... 2
Total 84
Sandry's Shift.
D. McRae, b Finch ... ... ... ... 2
Graham, l.b.w., b Jones 6
Gluyyas. c Wedger, b Finch ... 10
Gilbert, b Finch 1
Sandry. c Ryan b Finch 2
Strutton, run out ... ... 1
Spender, c Wedger. b Finch... 3
J. McRae, c and b Finch 1
Manogue, not out ... ... 20
Yeatman, c Vawser, b Jones 3
Johnson, c Vawser, b Jones 0
Sundries ... 4
... 2
Prayers for Rain. SYDNEY, Friday Night. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 3 2017-06-11 10:59 Pfiivers !«»r Stall!..
Svl'SKV, Friday Nijjht.
proclamation settingsapart ^Sunday,
October 23, as a day for hiumiiatiou
arid prayer to Almighty God for a
mitigalioa of the protracted drought.
Alt classes are invited to join with
Prayers for Rain.
Sydney, Friday Night.
proclamation setting apart Sunday,
October 23, as a day for humiliation
and prayer to Almighty God for a
mitigation of the protracted drought.
All classes are invited to join with
The Adelaide Charity Carnival. STATEMENT BY THE MANAGER (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 1 2017-06-11 10:58 Tke Adelaide Okarity Caraival.
Sir A S. Gordon, manager of the
Adelaide Caarity Carnival. requests
• So many people have asked me.
both petsonally and by letter why I
have taken my defeat so quietly. and
why don't 1 "go *<»' the Conned of
pay the fine, that I would ask joo to
all w me sufficient space to explam w
inv friends the position as I regard it.
l et me first of all ,emi:ul them of
the folly of' crying over spilt mi.k.
and 1 have lived long enough to
kn w that it is far betttv for ones
own peace :>£ mind—apait from re
ligious «r-moral teocliings—to forgive
nd Forget an injnrj rather than
Churches, it seems io me, have acted
in perfect keeping with then P^°
fessions, and for me or any one dse
any circumstances act the P''r(
of an infonner, is not necessaiily
ah argument against them, but ra iU
a proof of our unfitness to occupy »
seat on the Council. -
As to persisting in the sae of
tickets, I admit it was very t-inpting
(o me at first—it seemed such an
ex client opp ji tnnify to g»in pub
licity, possibly popularity—and !V>
matter what the fi e. I feel hure it
over bv the public But, as 1 have
ambition to jose as a disinterested,
strong inclination not to appear be
fore the public as a martyr. By sub
mitting gracefully to the inevitable, 1
feel. that I am best studying the
of the Peace. &e., have consented to
ct on the local Committees, fourteen
Mayors accepted the position^ of
Chairmen, and nnst of the Com
dates, and even printing and circulat
ing the progiamines in some instances.
been used for local charitable purposes,,
hence tlieir enthusiasm. How tnese
gentletren have relished the "smack
trouble, can be well imagined, i
of offf ring my sincerest- apology, to the
assisted in the sale of-tickets, for the
indignity that I have unwittingly-,
Now. let. me supply a fe\y facts
that have as yet-not been published,
sudden stoppage of the s«le of tickets
in the ill fated Gifts Distribution
that there must be at least 10,00'J
weeks that the tickets really sell, nnd
for every ticket sold before, at. least
five more are sold prior to the day o
drawing, so that, we must, have sold
at least be*ween fifty and sixty thous
come off at the end of this month. If.
I thought that I should be givon
three months without the option cf *
fine I would cheerfully submit to it.
, atlier than have it said that- I had
any other body to do t he public on t
A S. GORDON".
The Adelaide Charity Carnival.
Mr. A S. Gordon, manager of the
Adelaide Charity Carnival. requests
us to publish the following statement :
So many people have asked me,
both prtsonally and by letter why I
have taken my defeat so quietly, and
why don't I "go for" the Council of
pay the fine, that I would ask you to
allow me sufficient space to explain to
my friends the position as I regard it.
Let me first of all remind them of
the folly of 'crying over spilt milk.'
andI have lived long enough to
know that it is far better for one's
own peace of mind—apart from re-
ligious or moral teochings—to forgive
and gorget an injury rather than
Churches, it seems to me, have acted
in perfect keeping with their pro-
fessions, and for me or any one else
any circumstances act the part
of an informer, is not necessarily
an argument against them, but rather
a proof of our unfitness to occupy a
seat on the Council.
As to persisting in the sale of
tickets, I admit it was very tempting
to me at first—it seemed such an
excellent opportunity to gain pub-
licity, possibly popularity—and no
matter what the fine I feel sure it
over by the public But, as I have
ambition to pose as a disinterested,
philanthropist, I have an equally
strong inclination not to appear be-
fore the public as a martyr. By sub-
mitting gracefully to the inevitable, I
feel that I am best studying the
of the Peace. &c., have consented to
act on the local Committees, fourteen
Mayors accepted the position of
Chairmen, and most of the Com
dates, and even printing and circulat-
ing the programmes in some instances.
been used for local charitable purposes,
hence their enthusiasm. How these
gentlemen have relished the "smack
trouble, can be well imagined. I
of offering my sincerest apology to the
assisted in the sale of tickets, for the
indignity that I have unwittingly
Now, let me supply a fwy facts
that have as yet not been published,
sudden stoppage of the sale of tickets
in the ill fated Gifts Distribution.
that there must be at least 10,000
weeks that the tickets really sell, and
for every ticket sold before, at least
five more are sold prior to the day of
drawing, so that we must have sold
at least between fifty and sixty thous-
come off at the end of this month. If
I thought that I should be given
three months without the option of a
fine I would cheerfully submit to it,
rather than have it said that I had
any other body to do the public out
A S. GORDON.
The Pretty Typewriter. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 4 2017-06-11 10:45 She Pzsfcty ^ypsTOtgs?.
She sat down bifore the machine,
Her fair fipgers poised in the air ;
The sunlight glanccd over the sctecch
Aud lit up the bronze in her hair.
S-iw—Wanted a dear litt le wife,
•'She must be both pretty and wise, ,
Have the patienca of J.»b in her breast;
October's rart brown in her eyes;.
Must be neatly and tasteFully dressed. ■;
With a luve that's deep as the sea"—
Her fair fingers fell with a cr.ish —
''Gocd gracious, you're looking for me. "
New York JScening Journal.
The Pretty Typewriter.
She sat down before the machine,
Her fair fingers poised in the air ;
The sunlight glanced over the screech
And lit up the bronze in her hair.
Now—Wanted a dear little wife,
"She must be both pretty and wise,
Have the patienca of Job in her breast;
October's rare brown in her eyes;.
Must be neatly and tastefully dressed.
With a love that's deep as the sea"—
Her fair fingers fell with a crash —
''Good gracious, you're looking for me. "
New York Evening Journal.
Grounding of the Warrnambool. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 3 2017-06-08 08:59 €>rouu<i$tig «f rim Wiirnsam
!>uof.
AbKf.AlnBj Friday' Night-.
At the Mamie Board esjtiirv held
to-day " into the grounding^ of tin*
steamer W;in-n;wn!>oo! iu; the Port
river Pilot Hoard was charged with
unskilfully handling I he vessel.
Grounding of the Warrnam-
bool.
Adelaide, Friday Night.
At the Marine Board enquiry held
to-day into the grounding of the
steamer Warrnambool in the Port
river Pilot Board was charged with
unskilfully handling the vessel.
A Remorkable Recovery from Consumption in its Last Stages. (Article), Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), Saturday 15 October 1898 [Issue No.29] page 4 2017-06-08 08:57 Argus on Tuesday). She was Mis.
ordeal of exarmnal ion at the hands of
Mr.; Woolf. " It was the year Boz
won tha Caulfield " was the way: she
the shop arid told her of a " good
back it. Be replied—indifferently—
that she might if she liked. She aid
course—this was the Ceulfield Cup of
booke.l bet. The £152 10s was kept
in v the house, under the nuptial
when she lent it to her hu-band..
that she made the bet hers-lf on the
couts! grieved Jn-Ige Molesworth.
" It- is a most pitiable sight," he s iid
| information that it was many years
i since he went to a racecourse, but
Judo'c Moleswor.il went on unheed
themselves." The; bold feminine
Mr. Joseph Rovrett, of Kapunda, an
old colonist and foraier : Mayor of the
Argus on Tuesday). She was Mrs.
ordeal of exarmination at the hands of
Mr. Woolf. " It was the year Boz
won the Caulfield " was the way she
the shop and told her of a " good
back it. He replied—indifferently—
that she might if she liked. She did
course—this was the Caulfield Cup of
booked bet. The £152 10s was kept
in the house, under the nuptial
when she lent it to her husband..
that she made the bet herslf on the
course grieved Judge Molesworth.
" It is a most pitiable sight," he said
information that it was many years
since he went to a racecourse, but
Judge Molesworth went on unheed-
themselves." The bold feminine
Mr. Joseph Rowett, of Kapunda, an
old colonist and former Mayor of the

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