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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,700,757
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,324
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,132
4 DonnaTelfer 3,203,215
5 Rhonda.M 3,005,865
...
117 elclare 432,494
118 Wendy 427,418
119 raewilson 426,249
120 AnnieR 425,555
121 desmodium 424,130
122 spellcheck 413,246

425,555 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 1,896
July 2019 1,992
June 2019 4,730
May 2019 10,521
April 2019 7,462
March 2019 9,120
February 2019 5,164
January 2019 14,651
December 2018 22,037
November 2018 10,698
October 2018 11,196
September 2018 14,137
August 2018 7,908
July 2018 8,480
June 2018 9,290
May 2018 10,217
April 2018 5,883
March 2018 10,394
February 2018 5,449
January 2018 5,875
December 2017 5,313
November 2017 8,666
October 2017 8,520
September 2017 15,115
August 2017 4,529
July 2017 3,652
June 2017 5,009
May 2017 2,204
April 2017 1,878
March 2017 46
February 2017 21
January 2017 560
December 2016 517
November 2016 8,999
October 2016 2,644
September 2016 20,242
August 2016 1,362
July 2016 981
June 2016 201
May 2016 706
April 2016 2,423
March 2016 13,829
February 2016 5,535
January 2016 6,739
December 2015 3,727
November 2015 7,195
October 2015 6,058
September 2015 1,648
August 2015 10,165
July 2015 4,508
June 2015 9,594
May 2015 3,457
April 2015 3,926
March 2015 8,519
February 2015 10,316
January 2015 7,720
December 2014 9
November 2014 6
October 2014 103
August 2014 625
July 2014 1,236
April 2014 3,248
March 2014 12,013
February 2014 14,642
January 2014 8,968
December 2013 606
November 2013 1,670
October 2013 188
September 2013 351
August 2013 70
June 2013 44
May 2013 5
April 2013 221
March 2013 61
February 2013 416
September 2012 3
May 2012 40
April 2012 1,606
March 2012 579
February 2012 45
January 2012 1,323
December 2011 328
July 2011 125
June 2011 181
April 2011 26
March 2011 106
February 2011 91
January 2011 142
December 2010 22
November 2010 431
October 2010 598
September 2010 295
August 2010 429
July 2010 409
June 2010 670

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,700,573
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,324
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,003
4 DonnaTelfer 3,203,194
5 Rhonda.M 3,005,852
...
116 elclare 432,494
117 Wendy 427,144
118 raewilson 426,249
119 AnnieR 424,603
120 desmodium 424,130
121 spellcheck 413,245

424,603 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 1,854
July 2019 1,992
June 2019 4,729
May 2019 10,444
April 2019 7,224
March 2019 9,120
February 2019 5,147
January 2019 14,633
December 2018 22,015
November 2018 10,654
October 2018 11,173
September 2018 14,137
August 2018 7,908
July 2018 8,480
June 2018 9,275
May 2018 10,208
April 2018 5,822
March 2018 10,384
February 2018 5,412
January 2018 5,875
December 2017 5,311
November 2017 8,622
October 2017 8,493
September 2017 14,932
August 2017 4,529
July 2017 3,588
June 2017 5,009
May 2017 2,204
April 2017 1,878
March 2017 46
February 2017 21
January 2017 560
December 2016 517
November 2016 8,999
October 2016 2,642
September 2016 20,242
August 2016 1,362
July 2016 981
June 2016 201
May 2016 702
April 2016 2,411
March 2016 13,829
February 2016 5,535
January 2016 6,739
December 2015 3,727
November 2015 7,195
October 2015 6,058
September 2015 1,648
August 2015 10,165
July 2015 4,508
June 2015 9,594
May 2015 3,457
April 2015 3,926
March 2015 8,519
February 2015 10,316
January 2015 7,720
December 2014 9
November 2014 6
October 2014 103
August 2014 625
July 2014 1,236
April 2014 3,248
March 2014 12,013
February 2014 14,642
January 2014 8,968
December 2013 606
November 2013 1,670
October 2013 188
September 2013 351
August 2013 70
June 2013 44
May 2013 5
April 2013 221
March 2013 61
February 2013 416
September 2012 3
May 2012 40
April 2012 1,606
March 2012 579
February 2012 45
January 2012 1,323
December 2011 328
July 2011 125
June 2011 181
April 2011 26
March 2011 106
February 2011 91
January 2011 142
December 2010 22
November 2010 431
October 2010 598
September 2010 295
August 2010 429
July 2010 409
June 2010 670

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 299,678
2 PhilThomas 121,002
3 mickbrook 106,370
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 42,222
...
72 ReaPep 990
73 LAW987ROLC2 989
74 jeri 985
75 AnnieR 952
76 stephen.coppins 946
77 PollyB 939

952 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 42
June 2019 1
May 2019 77
April 2019 238
February 2019 17
January 2019 18
December 2018 22
November 2018 44
October 2018 23
June 2018 15
May 2018 9
April 2018 61
March 2018 10
February 2018 37
December 2017 2
November 2017 44
October 2017 27
September 2017 183
July 2017 64
October 2016 2
May 2016 4
April 2016 12


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Article Changed Old lines New lines
[?]CE WHARTON, OR THE FIRE AT SEA. AN ORIGINAL STORY. (Article), Cornwall Advertiser (Launceston, Tas. : 1870 - 1877), Tuesday 21 January 1873 [Issue No.241] page 3 2019-08-19 21:59 had been a lovely day, and the
.had just gone down below the
on like a ball ol' lire. On every
we saw nothing: but the beautiful
lor we were on our way to
iralia, and hoped to arrive there
'eck or two. There were a great
passengers on the vessel, all ol
were emigrants who had left
Id country behind them forever,
eek their fortunes in those
ern lands of which they had
such flowing accounts. We
ad a beautiful passage, and my
as ship's:,surgeon was a mere
ALICE WHARTON, OR THE FIRE
It had been a lovely day, and the
sun had just gone down below the
horizon like a ball of fire. On every
side we saw nothing but the beautiful
sea; for we were on our way to
Australia, and hoped to arrive there
in a week or two. There were a great
many passengers on the vessel, all of
whom were emigrants who had left
the oId country behind them forever,
to seek their fortunes in those
southern lands of which they had
heard such flowing accounts. We
had had a beautiful passage, and my
post as ship's surgeon was a mere
Original Stories. IN MEMOBIAM: A SISTER'S STORY. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 8 June 1872 [Issue No.1601] page 14 2019-08-18 11:24 IN MEMOBIAM: A SISTER'S STORY.
Br rer.T.TT?. T.*****.
sitting round the fire one evening—Aline on
she said, " John is alwayB asking why you -
call me 'In Memoriam;' £ wish yon would
teH me the story now, just as you used to
tell it to me, as if you were reading it ont of
I said 1 would try, and here it is:—
Original Stories.
IN MEMORIAM: A SISTER'S STORY.
BY ELLIE L*****.
sitting round the fire one evening—Alice on
she said, " John is always asking why you
call me 'In Memoriam;' I wish you would
tell me the story now, just as you used to
tell it to me, as if you were reading it oot of
I said I would try, and here it is:—
Original Stories. HOW A WOMAN KEPT HER PROMISE. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 18 June 1870 [Issue No.1498] page 14 2019-08-18 08:44 BY ELME L*****
" Maggie, yon will repent it."
"Sometimes I am afraid I stall, Harold." !
" Then why don't yon break it off? It
is not because of.< his position I object;
many ahighly-educated fellow oat here has
the force of circumstances; but thisMark
Jiis manners and speech are passable for the
Original Stories.
BY ELLIE L*****
"Maggie, you will repent it."
"Sometimes I am afraid I shall, Harold."
" Then why don't you break it off? It
is not because of his position I object;
many a highly-educated fellow out here has
the force of circumstances; but this Mark
his manners and speech are passable for the
THE RIDDLER. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 9 April 1870 [Issue No.7304] page 7 2019-08-18 08:25 Alice, Ellie L. h' ?;
Alice, Ellie L.
COUSIN LUCY'S STORY. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 26 June 1869 [Issue No.7061] page 3 2019-08-18 08:23
Original stories. COUSIN LUCY'S STORY. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 26 June 1869 [Issue No.1447] page 14 2019-08-18 08:12 ©figiaal stories.
COT3SI2* LUCY'S STORY.
" Is tins real bear's skin, Lucyl" said I, as
covered "with a nig of soft thick fur. We
bacHbeen bard at work mustering cattle, and.
I, who bad not been long oat from England,
and was fresh to so much saddle work, bad
been ehvyingthe apparent nnstifiiiesif of my
cousin's husband, who seemed as smart after'
riding all day as when we started, whilst my'
-and I warmly welcomed the comfortable
seat .Which called forth the question, " Is
this ireal bear's skin, Lncyl:'"
"Yes, the genuine article, NeiL"
force of Mounted Troopers in Sydney, bat
Original Stories.
COUSIN LUCY'S STORY.
"Is this real bear's skin, Lucy?" said I, as
covered with a rug of soft thick fur. We
had been hard at work mustering cattle, and
I, who had not been long out from England,
and was fresh to so much saddle work, had
been envying the apparent unstiffness of my
cousin's husband, who seemed as smart after
riding all day as when we started, whilst my
and I warmly welcomed the comfortable
seat which called forth the question, "Is
this real bear's skin, Lucy?"
"Yes, the genuine article, Ned."
force of Mounted Troopers in Sydney, but
Poetry, Original and Selected. MID-LIFE. (Article), Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Monday 17 May 1869 [Issue No.113] page 3 2019-08-18 08:08 gwtry, (Mflfoal m&
frUtUA.
Not a pain that smites on the body.
Sad, with a longing for power-
Not the power of riches or wealth-
Bat the grandeur of masterful ruling
Over tne meanness of self.
The " battle of life" should be noble.
To clear up the wrong from the right
Sunshine in cloudland keeps merging.
Day passes into tbe night
Stormy and wet with the rain.
Of heart that iB striving in vain.
Striving, BO wearily striving;
Marching through sunshine and sorrow.
And Hoping praying onward to win my in footsteps some conflict may tend,
Befoi ifore I - shall • " reach to the end.
ELLIS L.
Poetry, Original and Selected.
Not a pain that smites on the body,
Sad, with a longing for power—
Not the power of riches or wealth—
But the grandeur of masterful ruling
Over the meanness of self.
The "battle of life" should be noble,
To clear up the wrong from the right,
Sunshine in cloudland keeps merging,
Day passes into the night.
Stormy and wet with the rain,
Of heart that is striving in vain.
Striving, so wearily striving;
Marching through sunshine and sorrow,
Hoping onward my footsteps may tend,
And praying to win in some conflict,
Before I shall reach to the end.
ELLIE L.
Original Stories. MY NEIGHBOUR'S MYSTERY. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 12 June 1869 [Issue No.1445] page 14 2019-08-18 07:23 (Original ^tovksL
life has been "Everythiug open and above
sin; therefore I hate mysteries. They un
Original Stories.
life has been "Everything open and above
board." I have a strong element of sus-
sin; therefore I hate mysteries. They un-
GENERAL NEWS. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 29 August 1885 [Issue No.2291] page 29 2019-08-18 07:15 gret will be felt by many of our readers at the I
number of short stones, which have appeared
Department, but failing health compelled |
gret will be felt by many of our readers at the
number of short stories, which have appeared
Department, but failing health compelled
AUCKLAND MARSTON. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. CHAPTER XXI.—AUCKLAND'S ELECTION.—(CONTINUED) (Article), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918, 1935), Saturday 21 February 1880 [Issue No.1260] page 26 2019-08-18 07:08 so much menial conflict. ' ; ! ,'/r . ;
_ As for Auckland and Ethel, they still cany
their bundle of sticks loosed although they tirinly
believe, Vein 'gujxrnat munditm.
?- ? ?'.. [mil'.e.vd.J ~ ' .;
so much menial conflict.
As for Auckland and Ethel, they still carry
their bundle of sticks loosed although they firmly
believe, Deue gubernat mundum.
[THE END.]

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