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1 JohnWarren 6,007,970
2 noelwoodhouse 4,000,560
3 NeilHamilton 3,491,742
4 DonnaTelfer 3,456,826
5 Rhonda.M 3,425,733
...
2955 RosaMaria 9,581
2956 ggr595 9,576
2957 jannharvey 9,574
2958 BethPerry 9,565
2959 NavalArchitect 9,558
2960 smaclean07 9,551

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February 2020 66
January 2020 29
December 2019 47
April 2019 33
January 2019 166
December 2018 1
October 2018 154
September 2018 844
June 2018 237
April 2018 38
March 2018 311
February 2018 612
November 2017 1,415
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September 2017 272
August 2017 282
July 2017 145
June 2017 82
May 2017 614
April 2017 225
March 2017 360
February 2017 146
October 2016 175
September 2016 421
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June 2013 26
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February 2013 75
January 2013 220
October 2012 42
September 2012 241
April 2012 74
February 2012 13

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,007,768
2 noelwoodhouse 4,000,560
3 NeilHamilton 3,491,613
4 DonnaTelfer 3,456,800
5 Rhonda.M 3,425,720
...
2998 Michael 9,324
2999 mgtuite 9,319
3000 marhleet 9,307
3001 BethPerry 9,306
3002 linbot 9,304
3003 wildman 9,304

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February 2020 66
January 2020 29
December 2019 47
April 2019 33
January 2019 166
December 2018 1
October 2018 154
September 2018 844
June 2018 237
April 2018 38
March 2018 311
February 2018 612
November 2017 1,313
September 2017 272
August 2017 282
July 2017 145
June 2017 78
May 2017 463
April 2017 225
March 2017 360
February 2017 146
October 2016 175
September 2016 421
July 2016 19
May 2016 47
March 2016 413
February 2016 4
July 2015 20
May 2015 65
April 2015 356
January 2015 24
December 2014 9
August 2014 179
July 2014 51
May 2014 127
April 2014 275
March 2014 284
February 2014 7
January 2014 95
September 2013 18
July 2013 57
June 2013 26
April 2013 87
March 2013 60
February 2013 75
January 2013 220
October 2012 42
September 2012 241
April 2012 74
February 2012 13

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1 jaybee67 371,671
2 GeoffMMutton 177,783
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 70,016
...
215 cammeray 266
216 HistoryResearcherSA 265
217 suedebyga 264
218 BethPerry 259
219 Blacktoomi 259
220 ian.pettet 259

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October 2017 2
June 2017 4
May 2017 151


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Article Changed Old lines New lines
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. HOBSON'S BAY, Nov. 17. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Monday 19 November 1894 [Issue No.11,094] page 3 2020-02-29 10:14 '' ' SHIPPING INTELMGSNdE)L7.;:0 -lul
y. tqv -aimived.y y;
' HoesonIs Bay. Nov. 17.
Amongst .the .arrivals "in tho. Bay. to-day were
the_Buliiiiba,3from West Australia ; Bullarra,
from Sydney ; iSolingori,- from Sydney.; Glaucus,
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
HOBSON'S BAY, Nov. 17.
Amongst the arrivals in the Bay to-day were
the Bulimba,from West Australia ; Bullarra,
from Sydney ; Solingen, from Sydney.; Glaucus,
THE ADELAIDE S. S. COMPANY'S LINE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 9 November 1894 [Issue No.17,673] page 6 2020-02-29 10:07 Townsville. The Lubra amved yesterday from north.
Townsville. The Lubra arrived yesterday from north.
THE ADELAIDE S. S. COMPANY'S LINE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 9 November 1894 [Issue No.17,673] page 6 2020-02-29 10:03 finally take her departure from Melbouorne on 19th Novem-
ports and Townsville The Victorian is on her way north
as far as Cairns, The Colac left on Wednesday night for
finally take her departure from Melbourne on 19th Novem-
ports and Townsville. The Victorian is on her way north
as far as Cairns. The Colac left on Wednesday night for
THE ADELAIDE S. S. COMPANY'S LINE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 9 November 1894 [Issue No.17,673] page 6 2020-02-29 10:02 Adelaide and Melbourne, will be inSydney on Thursday
Adelaide and Melbourne, will be in Sydney on Thursday
THE ADELAIDE S. S. COMPANY'S LINE. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 9 November 1894 [Issue No.17,673] page 6 2020-02-29 10:02 rnEADiruDns s COMÍ» IVY s LINL I
Tim ttiiuitinp Bullarra a-m ed tit "Melbourne from West
Atib'ralia »iht. will hi, m S\uii \ on Mnndu\ nert, andwill
finallj lake her detijr'ure tr ni Melbourne on loth i\o\eti
ber for *\\ e«t Amtiuhin goldfield port* ris«ençcrs -fill
be cornered to her at Melbourne by thclnnaininckn leaving
here on bitjrday. 17th NoTembci. the Innaminka, from
Adelaide and Melbourne, Till beinSjdne> on rhunday
m<ct. Hie If1 upo left Melbourne on Mondar for West
AuFt'ilia Tile Mlelnidc m due at .fremantle to-day, and
is to !CÍ»O to-inoirow for isoutn beinj die heron «¡ad
Xovcmoer and lesmmng her lunnm^cn 24th November
rh« ¡south Australian fron north will bo here «rly lo
rcnnor, mil she in to lcutc cn Saturday for Brisbane way
port« and 1 nwnsville The Victorian is on her way norti

xn fai as Cairns' The Colac Iel on "WedncsJaj niphUoi
Townsville. 'Ihe Labn amved yesteida> ircai north
THE ADELAIDE S.S. COMPANY'S LINE
The steamship Bullarra arrived at Melbourne from West
Australia. She will be in Sydney on Monday next, and will
finally take her departure from Melbouorne on 19th Novem-
ber for West Australian goldfield ports. Passengers will
be conveyed to her at Melbourne by the Innaminka, leaving
here on Saturday, 17 November. The Innaminka, from
Adelaide and Melbourne, will be inSydney on Thursday
next. The Tepako left Melbourne on Monday for West
Australia. The Adelaide is due at Fremantle to-day, and
is to leave to-morrow for south, being due her [sic] on 22nd
November and resuming her running on 24th November.
The South Australian, from north will be here early to-
morrow, and she is to leave on Saturday for Brisbane way
ports and Townsville The Victorian is on her way north

as far as Cairns, The Colac left on Wednesday night for
Townsville. The Lubra amved yesterday from north.
THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S NEW STEAMER. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 9 December 1890 [Issue No.16,446] page 6 2020-02-29 09:47 80. the fittings being of a superior description. Spring
80, the fittings being of a superior description. Spring
THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S NEW STEAMER. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 9 December 1890 [Issue No.16,446] page 6 2020-02-29 09:46 The Innamiinka, the Adelaide Steamship Company's
ot Messrs. Bow, McLachlan. and Co., Paisley, and worked
The Innaminka, the Adelaide Steamship Company's
of Messrs. Bow, McLachlan. and Co., Paisley, and worked
THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S NEW STEAMER. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 9 December 1890 [Issue No.16,446] page 6 2020-02-29 09:37 The Innaaiinka, the Adelaide Steamship Company's
bourne trace, had her trial trip on Saturday last, when
(writes a London correspondent on October 31.
minute, (the valve gear being Morton's patent. The following
belng large and well ventilated, while the linings are of the
on Poop deck is handsomely fitted up, the panelling being of
Spanlsh mahogany, relieved with walnut pilasters and
long forecastle and on lower deck forward, fltted up tor about
steam winches, and derricks. Tho vessel is fitted with elec-
The Innamiinka, the Adelaide Steamship Company's
bourne trade, had her trial trip on Saturday last, when
(writes a London correspondent on October 31).
minute, the valve gear being Morton's patent. The following
being large and well ventilated, while the fittings are of the
on poop deck is handsomely fitted up, the panelling being of
Spanish mahogany, relieved with walnut pilasters and
long forecastle and on lower deck forward, fltted up for about
steam winches, and derricks. The vessel is fitted with elec-
THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S NEW STEAMER. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 9 December 1890 [Issue No.16,446] page 6 2020-02-29 09:34 STEAM rill*
Tb* Innaaiinka, tho Adelaide Steamship Company'«
new boat, iitcndcd for tbc Adelaide, Sydney, and Mel«
bourne trace, bad ber trial tiip on Saturday last, when
.be perfoancd on an averago a speed ot 15 knots
(write« 9 London correspondent on October 311.
The engine« of the vessel aro from tho works
ot Meurs. Bow, M'Lachlan. and Co., False}, and worked
with perfect smoothness at a piston speed ot 750ft. ncr
minute, (be valve gear being Morton's patent. Tho following
description of the passenger accommodation of the Innaminka'
is from the Ola gow Herald Accommodation I« provided
for abtut 80 first-class passengers in poop, tho staterooms
belngJsrge and well ventilated, while tho linings are of the
mostmodcrn description. The dining saloon in deckhouse
on piero deck is handsomely fitted up, the panelling being cf
Spatlsh mahogany, loiicvcd with walnut pilasters and
capitals. Beneath thc sa uon ls an auxiliary dining-room,
?Inilarly fitted out. Tho second-class accommodation ls In
long farccastlo and on lower deck forward, ilttedup tor about
80. thc fittings being of a superior description. Spring
mattresses and patent lavatories «re supplied to each room.
Tko deck-gear include« steam windlass, steam Etccring-gear,
«team winches, and derricks. Tho vessel is titted with elec-
tric light and elrotric bella."
STEAMER
The Innaaiinka, the Adelaide Steamship Company's
new boat, intended for the Adelaide, Sydney, and Mel-
bourne trace, had her trial trip on Saturday last, when
she performed on an average a speed of 15 knots
(writes a London correspondent on October 31.
The engines of the vessel are from the works
ot Messrs. Bow, McLachlan. and Co., Paisley, and worked
with perfect smoothness at a piston speed ot 750ft. per
minute, (the valve gear being Morton's patent. The following
description of the passenger accommodation of the Innaminka
is from the Glasgow Herald :— "Accommodation is provided
for about 80 first-class passengers in poop, the staterooms
belng large and well ventilated, while the linings are of the
most modern description. The dining saloon in deckhouse
on Poop deck is handsomely fitted up, the panelling being of
Spanlsh mahogany, relieved with walnut pilasters and
capitals. Beneath the saloon is an auxiliary dining-room,
similarly fitted out. The second-class accommodation is in
long forecastle and on lower deck forward, fltted up tor about
80. the fittings being of a superior description. Spring
mattresses and patent lavatories are supplied to each room.
The deck-gear includes steam windlass, steam steering-gear,
steam winches, and derricks. Tho vessel is fitted with elec-
tric light and electric bells."
Callo on the Gold Reserve, £3,000 A MONTH RELEASED. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Friday 17 January 1919 [Issue No.1,725] page 24 2020-01-11 18:12 ling works of Janu-
utured collarbone
tling works of Janu-
tured collarbone

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