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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,945
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,478
...
966 rjayv 30,714
967 MyNoola 30,619
968 humffray 30,605
969 silverstar 30,570
970 yewenyi 30,570
971 Nicki49 30,488

30,570 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 1,829
April 2017 77
March 2017 138
February 2017 404
January 2017 381
December 2016 254
November 2016 65
October 2016 18
September 2016 151
August 2016 1,038
July 2016 20
June 2016 1,496
May 2016 822
April 2016 1,488
March 2016 896
February 2016 211
January 2016 120
December 2015 45
November 2015 144
October 2015 800
September 2015 176
August 2015 26
July 2015 151
June 2015 344
May 2015 891
April 2015 2,340
March 2015 37
February 2015 87
January 2015 64
December 2014 155
November 2014 66
October 2014 638
September 2014 692
August 2014 1,115
July 2014 927
June 2014 114
May 2014 1,450
April 2014 513
March 2014 331
February 2014 599
January 2014 555
December 2013 1,525
November 2013 51
October 2013 111
September 2013 187
August 2013 175
July 2013 451
June 2013 114
May 2013 72
April 2013 41
March 2013 313
November 2012 299
October 2012 271
September 2012 191
August 2012 351
July 2012 295
June 2012 197
May 2012 55
April 2012 134
March 2012 6
February 2012 36
January 2012 95
December 2011 194
November 2011 151
October 2011 119
September 2011 6
August 2011 203
July 2011 1,121
June 2011 1,013
May 2011 73
April 2011 13
March 2011 55
February 2011 176
January 2011 548
December 2010 34
November 2010 226

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,914
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,473
...
962 billconnolly38 30,709
963 MyNoola 30,619
964 humffray 30,605
965 silverstar 30,570
966 yewenyi 30,570
967 SJGibson 30,567

30,570 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 1,829
April 2017 77
March 2017 138
February 2017 404
January 2017 381
December 2016 254
November 2016 65
October 2016 18
September 2016 151
August 2016 1,038
July 2016 20
June 2016 1,496
May 2016 822
April 2016 1,488
March 2016 896
February 2016 211
January 2016 120
December 2015 45
November 2015 144
October 2015 800
September 2015 176
August 2015 26
July 2015 151
June 2015 344
May 2015 891
April 2015 2,340
March 2015 37
February 2015 87
January 2015 64
December 2014 155
November 2014 66
October 2014 638
September 2014 692
August 2014 1,115
July 2014 927
June 2014 114
May 2014 1,450
April 2014 513
March 2014 331
February 2014 599
January 2014 555
December 2013 1,525
November 2013 51
October 2013 111
September 2013 187
August 2013 175
July 2013 451
June 2013 114
May 2013 72
April 2013 41
March 2013 313
November 2012 299
October 2012 271
September 2012 191
August 2012 351
July 2012 295
June 2012 197
May 2012 55
April 2012 134
March 2012 6
February 2012 36
January 2012 95
December 2011 194
November 2011 151
October 2011 119
September 2011 6
August 2011 203
July 2011 1,121
June 2011 1,013
May 2011 73
April 2011 13
March 2011 55
February 2011 176
January 2011 548
December 2010 34
November 2010 226

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EDINBURGH GARDENS TRAGEDY. THE CORONER'S INQUIRY. CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER. FYNCH GOES FOR TRIAL. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 21 January 1911 [Issue No.2,163] page 33 2017-05-24 16:27 failed to notice tlie body. Witness re
the body lying on the ground upGn the
'Oh!" Fynch asked tlie deceased what
home? .
failed to notice the body. Witness re
the body lying on the ground upon the
'Oh!" Fynch asked the deceased what
home?
EDINBURGH GARDENS TRAGEDY. THE CORONER'S INQUIRY. CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER. FYNCH GOES FOR TRIAL. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 21 January 1911 [Issue No.2,163] page 33 2017-05-24 16:27 The Coroner: What caised it?
Witness: Under cerfeTn circumstances
of a broken toy pistol): Look gt these
To Sub-Inspector Costelloe": A kick
deceased for tlie past 15 years, and was
9: o'clock on the night in question I
Alfred William Vhittingsloe, resid
seven other friends li:;d been in town
To- the Coroner: One man I believe
ihe railway siding near the Groom
Year's morning he heard the voices off
neath- the pepper trees near the en
trance to the "gardens, nfoeut 80 yards
from his office. 'The woman spoke as if
word "scream," followed by "a femin
ine laughs
"b followed by the word "police"
The Coroner: What caused it?
Witness: Under certain circumstances
of a broken toy pistol): Look at these
To Sub-Inspector Costelloe: A kick
deceased for the past 15 years, and was
9 o'clock on the night in question I
Alfred William Whittingsloe, resid
seven other friends had been in town
To the Coroner: One man I believe
the railway siding near the Groom
Year's morning he heard the voices of
neath the pepper trees near the en
trance to the gardens, about 80 yards
from his office. The woman spoke as if
word "scream," followed by a femin
ine laugh.
"b——," followed by the word "police"
EDINBURGH GARDENS TRAGEDY. THE CORONER'S INQUIRY. CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER. FYNCH GOES FOR TRIAL. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 21 January 1911 [Issue No.2,163] page 33 2017-05-24 16:24 the Coroner, began the inquiry into- the
death of Archibald Victor Msirtin
bteane, the young fellow whose opdy
was found in the .. Edinburgh Gardens
Clifton HilL Witness last saw her bro
Witness: He did not smoke at all. 1
i Did he carry matches? — I could not
say. A candle, with matches on the
Dr. J. F. Maekeddie, who made the
autopsy; said that death was due to
the Coroner, began the inquiry into the
death of Archibald Victor Martin
Steane, the young fellow whose body
was found in the Edinburgh Gardens
Clifton Hill. Witness last saw her bro
Witness: He did not smoke at all. I
Did he carry matches? — I could not
say. A candle, with matches on the
Dr. J. F. Mackeddie, who made the
autopsy, said that death was due to
EDINBURGH GARDENS TRAGEDY. THE CORONER'S INQUIRY. CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER. FYNCH GOES FOR TRIAL. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 21 January 1911 [Issue No.2,163] page 33 2017-05-24 16:23 ' The court room at the Morgue 4was
crowded on January 12 when Dr. Xiole
The court room at the Morgue was
crowded on January 12 when Dr. Cole
EDINBURGH GARDENS TRAGEDY. THE CORONER'S INQUIRY. CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER. FYNCH GOES FOR TRIAL. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 21 January 1911 [Issue No.2,163] page 33 2017-05-24 16:23 only live close byl
ated the evidence of the last witness. ;
only live close by!
ated the evidence of the last witness.
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 2 May 1908 [Issue No.2,196] page 38 2017-05-24 15:51 id against Police-constable Michael Hoi
:n, mid supported by the evidence of a
iung man and woman, whom he accosted
r niglit in the Edinburgh-gardens,- in North
itzroy. The girl had relatives in the
►lice and detective force; she consented
"make an appointment" with the intiu
'e, but.friendly policeman; and upon lus
eping the appointment, handed him over
the tender mercies, of her friends. The
suit was-a police inquiry, which lias be
me_a-scandal.. Ihspecting-superintendent
ahony held; the charges-proved, and re
ramended Holden's dismissal from the
rce; There, under firm administration,
e. matter might:have ended. The heavy
>oing ofthis' Lothario of the constabulary
mid ha^ awakened contempt, because of
e circumstances in which it was con
tcted; it would have been recognispd that
man. of such; peculiar susceptibility and
cifliar .methods waB not fit to occupy a
eition which empowered him to make
arges affecting gravely the morality and
mesty of memberst of'- the- community,
-aeticutreatment, .such as Mr. Mahony re
mmended, would have- shown that the
thorjties were determined'to rid the police
laid against Police-constable Michael Hol
den, and supported by the evidence of a
young man and woman, whom he accosted
by night in the Edinburgh-gardens, in North
Fitzroy. The girl had relatives in the
police and detective force; she consented
to "make an appointment" with the intru
sive, but friendly policeman; and upon his
keeping the appointment, handed him over
to the tender mercies of her friends. The
result was a police inquiry, which has be
become a scandal. Inspecting-superintendent
Mahony held the charges-proved, and re
commended Holden's dismissal from the
force; There, under firm administration,
the matter might have ended. The heavy
wooing of this Lothario of the constabulary
would have awakened contempt, because of
the circumstances in which it was con
ducted; it would have been recognised that
man of such peculiar susceptibility and
peculiar methods was not fit to occupy a
position which empowered him to make
charges affecting gravely the morality and
honesty of members of the community.
Drastic treatment, such as Mr. Mahony re
mmended, would have shown that the
authorities were determined to rid the police
"NOT GUILTY." THE EDINBURGH GARDENS TRAGEDY. MELBOURNE, Friday. (Article), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Saturday 25 March 1911 page 3 2017-05-24 15:35 'NOT GUILTY.' i
. ' THE EDINBURGH GARDENS
r TRAGEDY. ?.?-.-/, i .
' ... ' MELBOURNE. Fridav.',
In the Criminal Court the trijal of a
; young man, Percy Edward Finch, was
? continued on a charge of having murder
dens, at North Fitzroy, on January ist
last.;. _ . . ? .. ;.
said she was with accused ori the night
arm, and threw her on the grass there1
thought the man would have beep wait
ing for them. ' ' ?'.'. 1
Annie Russell gave corroborative evi^
dence. ; .'. ?' , '.-'?
The jury retired at 4.30 p.m., arid reY
turned to Court at 9 p.m. -with a Verdict
of not guilty. ????-??? ;
upon leaving the Court'was surrounded
by a crowd of- congratulating friends.
'NOT GUILTY.'
THE EDINBURGH GARDENS
TRAGEDY.
MELBOURNE. Friday.
In the Criminal Court the trial of a
young man, Percy Edward Finch, was
continued on a charge of having murder
dens, at North Fitzroy, on January 1st
last.
said she was with accused on the night
arm, and threw her on the grass there
thought the man would have been wait
ing for them.
Annie Russell gave corroborative evi
dence.
The jury retired at 4.30 p.m., and re
turned to Court at 9 p.m. with a Verdict
of not guilty.
upon leaving the Court was surrounded
by a crowd of congratulating friends.
AUSTRALASIA (Article), Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 26 March 1911 [Issue No.690] page 8 2017-05-24 15:33 pprcy Et Fynch has been acquitted
(Melb.) ot January 1.
Two young ladies 'Sctempted to popu-
on Thursflay. They were ;".ist3ed a
good deal, although, protected by con-
pprcy E Fynch has been acquitted
(Melb.) on January 1.
Two young ladies attempted to popu-
on Thursday. They were jostled a
good deal, although protected by con-
"VIEW TO ABOVE." LURES OF LOVE AND LUCRE. The Menace of "Matrimonial" Notices. PINCHPENNY PAPERS PLAY THE PART OF PIMPS. Seductive Snares for Silly Shemales. (Article), Truth (Melbourne ed.) (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Saturday 19 January 1918 [Issue No.787] page 3 2017-05-24 15:29 the pl'in truth. The ranks of these "foxers"
arc- reinforced from the most surprising
s urces. A few year? ;:go there was a John
lion of colossal s and impudence who
used to give the glad eye to girls and tu'-e
them to the gardens along the river ami
there rob them. lie met his Waterloo,
however, nnd as a result of the exposute was
who was a .p-ominent firjura in Flinders
, street, developed a craze for "foxing" couples
• ip tho Edinburgh Gardens, and likewise lost
h's job.
the plain truth. The ranks of these "foxers"
are reinforced from the most surprising
sources. A few years ago there was a John
Hon of colossal s and impudence who
used to give the glad eye to girls and take
them to the gardens along the river and
there rob them. He met his Waterloo,
however, and as a result of the exposure was
who was a prominent fixture in Flinders
street, developed a craze for "foxing" couples
in the Edinburgh Gardens, and likewise lost
his job.
REMARKABLE SUICIDE. A BROTHER'S STRANGE DELUSIONS. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 30 March 1901 [Issue No.14,373] page 11 2017-05-24 15:14 RMARKABLE SUICIDE.
lst Wednesday John Harrington, a la
from Ireland & the R.M.S. OmraJi. His
uime to Melbourne to meet him, and ac
thens had not met for fourteen years. Pat
which" he made very little effort to
disguise, us to whether Patrick was really
Iiis brother .who had left the old country
in 1887 and come .to Australia. When they
fered from delusions not only as -to their re-
laitionaliin, but on other poin-ta. They passed
Wednesday .night at a hotel in the city, and
s shifted to 'the Sydney Hotel, in
YV iLiam-street . Yesterday they rose early,
a:nV- weat to Spencer-street to
oaton the train for Glenormistou, en route
he Imd done so he found that his brother,
ing -his brother, bad disappeared. After a
fruitless search, : Patrick went to the
.oourKe-tftreet police station, where he re
ported his brother its missing, and furnished
the .ponce with a description of him. From
something the police Hud heard, they ad
aim there recognised an awfully mangled
body as that of his brother, who liad
and <a half previously.
jcumng against a fence and lookiug down
the raihvay line at Hie end of Rathdown-
strect, near the North Carlton railway sta
near lie leaned over the fence and threw
cutting and crushing liim horribly, and kill
ing him on the vspot. Constable Mahony,
of East Brunswick, took the remains bo tnc
ther. .
REMARKABLE SUICIDE.
Last Wednesday John Harrington, a la
from Ireland & the R.M.S. Omrah. His
came to Melbourne to meet him, and ac
thers had not met for fourteen years. Pat
which he made very little effort to
disguise, as to whether Patrick was really
Iiis brother who had left the old country
in 1887 and come to Australia. When they
fered from delusions not only as to their re-
lationship, but on other points. They passed
Wednesday night at a hotel in the city, and
on Thursday shifted to the Sydney Hotel, in
William-street. Yesterday they rose early,
and went to Spencer-street to
catch the train for Glenormiston, en route
he had done so he found that his brother,
ing his brother, had disappeared. After a
fruitless search, Patrick went to the
Bourke-street police station, where he re
ported his brother as missing, and furnished
the police with a description of him. From
something the police had heard, they ad
and there recognised an awfully mangled
body as that of his brother, who had
and a half previously.
leaning against a fence and looking down
the railway line at the end of Rathdown-
street, near the North Carlton railway sta
near he leaned over the fence and threw
cutting and crushing him horribly, and kill
ing him on the spot. Constable Mahony,
of East Brunswick, took the remains to the
ther.

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