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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,825,038
2 noelwoodhouse 3,922,836
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,326,771
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,362
...
4895 neferrenpet1984 4,030
4896 CassieTrezise 4,028
4897 Elliot 4,028
4898 BondStreet 4,026
4899 DonBaker 4,024
4900 MalcolmGHealey 4,024

4,026 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 6
October 2019 108
July 2019 43
June 2019 15
May 2019 56
April 2019 2
March 2019 18
February 2019 28
January 2019 41
December 2018 244
November 2018 9
October 2018 302
September 2018 45
August 2018 32
July 2018 67
June 2018 319
May 2018 92
April 2018 92
February 2018 184
January 2018 7
September 2017 16
August 2017 182
July 2017 421
June 2017 64
May 2017 9
February 2017 30
January 2017 34
December 2016 14
August 2016 16
July 2016 64
June 2016 3
March 2016 115
December 2015 4
July 2015 162
November 2014 3
October 2014 6
September 2014 30
August 2014 136
May 2014 12
April 2014 4
March 2014 12
February 2014 8
January 2014 14
October 2013 42
September 2013 14
August 2013 178
July 2013 314
June 2013 42
April 2013 116
September 2012 68
August 2012 71
January 2012 15
December 2011 45
April 2011 2
March 2011 50

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,824,836
2 noelwoodhouse 3,922,836
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,326,750
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,349
...
4890 CassieTrezise 4,028
4891 Elliot 4,028
4892 miss.monkee 4,027
4893 BondStreet 4,026
4894 DonBaker 4,024
4895 MalcolmGHealey 4,024

4,026 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 6
October 2019 108
July 2019 43
June 2019 15
May 2019 56
April 2019 2
March 2019 18
February 2019 28
January 2019 41
December 2018 244
November 2018 9
October 2018 302
September 2018 45
August 2018 32
July 2018 67
June 2018 319
May 2018 92
April 2018 92
February 2018 184
January 2018 7
September 2017 16
August 2017 182
July 2017 421
June 2017 64
May 2017 9
February 2017 30
January 2017 34
December 2016 14
August 2016 16
July 2016 64
June 2016 3
March 2016 115
December 2015 4
July 2015 162
November 2014 3
October 2014 6
September 2014 30
August 2014 136
May 2014 12
April 2014 4
March 2014 12
February 2014 8
January 2014 14
October 2013 42
September 2013 14
August 2013 178
July 2013 314
June 2013 42
April 2013 116
September 2012 68
August 2012 71
January 2012 15
December 2011 45
April 2011 2
March 2011 50

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Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Wednesday 22 January 1947 page 16 2019-11-16 16:41 late residence. 13 Howard terrace. Lea-
-ippr-iximMely 4.40 p.m.
HORACE P. GANNON1. Funeral Diretlor
only »dare.-.-. -1 High .sirm K-fiiMiiSioii
F120S.
late residence, 13 Howard terrace, Lea-
approximately 4.40 p.m.
HORACE P. GANNONI, Funeral Director
only address 21 High street Kensington.
F1208.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 29 August 1899 [Issue No.19,176] page 1 2019-10-24 17:01 Waverley, by the Rev. Woolls Rutledge, Edmund J.
Waverley, by the Rev. Woolla Rutledge, Edmund J.
LATE MR. E. R. COOTE (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Wednesday 18 July 1923 [Issue No.13,786] page 4 2019-10-24 16:57 late Mr. Edmund K. Coote (son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Ceote. of "Burrator,"
late Mr. Edmund R. Coote (son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Coote. of "Burrator,"
A JEWELLER INJURED (Article), The Australian Star (Sydney, NSW : 1887 - 1909), Wednesday 8 May 1907 [Issue No.6080] page 6 2019-10-24 16:53 Mr. Edmund J. Coote, of tho Arm of Messrs.
'Angus and Coote, Jewellers, of George-street,
specting some goods on the ground noor ot
tablishment is situated, whon a detachable
window on -the floor above, which had by
some means ' become unhooked, fell, and
struck him on tho head. He was removed
to the Sydney Hospital, whore lie was ad
Mr. Edmund J. Coote, of the firm of Messrs.
Angus and Coote, Jewellers, of George-street,
specting some goods on the ground floor of
tablishment is situated, when a detachable
window on the floor above, which had by
some means become unhooked, fell, and
struck him on the head. He was removed
to the Sydney Hospital, where he was ad
WHITE WAY BLOCK (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Wednesday 18 July 1923 [Issue No.13,786] page 6 2019-10-24 16:51 — I
Owing to the death of Mr. Edmund R.
Coote, son of Mr. E. J.Cooto (Angus and
Coote, Ltd.), president of the Whlto Way
Block (Block Association No. 1). tho
a later date,, to be arranged.

Owing to the death of Mr. Edmund R.
Coote, son of Mr. E. J.Coote (Angus and
Coote, Ltd.), president of the White Way
Block (Block Association No. 1). the
a later date, to be arranged.
WHITE WAY BLOCK ASSOCIATION. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 18 July 1923 [Issue No.26,687] page 16 2019-10-24 16:50 ?on of Mr. E. J. Coote, of Angus and Coote,
been hold at Adams' Hotel this evening, havo
teen postponed.
son of Mr. E. J. Coote, of Angus and Coote,
been hold at Adams' Hotel this evening, have
been postponed.
FAMOUS FIRM'S STORY Weathering Many Years RISE AND PROGRESS OF ANGUS AND COOTE (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Saturday 22 March 1924 [Issue No.13,818] page 13 2019-10-24 16:41 polfcy to-day."
This is tho guarantee given to cus
on the Great AVhite AVay, 496-602
present handsomo buildings; but Syd
dreamt of, and a horse tram in Put
Excellency tho Earl of Belmore during
were Mr. AVllliam Angus, who was
Coote, Ltd., who made It his hobby,
that year. Few at tho present day
New South AVales was at that time.
wero ruined, business men were going
tho then newly constructed firm of
lery business second to none in tho
ARTISTIC WORKMANSHIF.
1893, tho White Cliffs opal fields wero
realise tho possibilities of this rare
manship; thus they popularised- tho
havo become a speciality with this
firm, not only in tho way of jewellery
creations, but also in tho line of elec
fine cups and shields havo been ori
signs havo been required, which servo
In theso Australian designs the
flannel flower, waratah, and wattio
derive their charm from tho presence
and unimals.
whore the ceremony of tho swearing-in
tho various functions held in honor
of tills occasion, thero is perhaps no
than that made by tho late Sir Edmund
tho Commonwealth Ministry, said in
tho course of an eloquent addross: —
"I have been endeavoring for tho last
called a dream has at lust como true. I
havo supported ino often had to share
those long years during which It fell to
or leas on the subjeet of federation; when
I consider how gradual was tho forma
tion of puldlc opinion: when I reflect upon
tlie enormous obstacles that have stood In
tho patli — no greater perhaps than have
stood in tile path of other federations—
hut still very groat — I find It hard lo
realise that all lins been consummated, and
that the dream of a llfetlmo has been
With tho advent of Federation, in
1901, jewellery manufacture wont
ahead l>v leaps nnd bounds, as the re
at that period. Angus and Coote wero
lities,, and made a feature of supplying
the public with goods straight Yrom
ing goods by mall, and customers were
at a .distance it was no reason why
"We have bettered our .mail order
to visit the city, and you. can feel when
The' result of this selling goods by
In the year 1012 the old firm was
were issued to employees only, . and
tho directors were chosen from the
Coote, Ltd., again rose to the occasion,
and the five-story building at 500 '
have. been established in London, Paris,
tralia is a distinctly 'sporting com
manufacture of sports trophios, and
most of tho leading clubs, have
favorable commont. Prominent amongst
emblems that wero such a feature on
Australia Day, and tho other big days
organised during the w,ar period, An
Tho "Back to Bathurst" badges,
some emblem for tho National Roads
Rugby Union. Tho records of the firm
disclose a very largo number of badges
with' every modern scientific, appliance,
is another feature in tho activities of
members of tho firm hoye toured the
British Isles, Europo, and America to
lines have been made available. Ono
placing on tho mnrket of what is known
as' the "Llfetlmo" watch — so called be-
causo it is calculated to give lifetime
in order for tho lifetime of tho owner.
"My Llfetlmo watch," writes ono cus
havo more employees engaged In tho
other firm In Australia, and having re.
gard to their many othor signs of
in the commercial life of tho future
policy to-day."
This is the guarantee given to cus
on the Great WVhite Way, 496-602
present handsome buildings; but Syd
dreamt of, and a horse tram in Pitt
Excellency the Earl of Belmore during
were Mr. Wllliam Angus, who was
Coote, Ltd., who made it his hobby,
that year. Few at the present day
New South Wales was at that time.
were ruined, business men were going
the then newly constructed firm of
lery business second to none in the
ARTISTIC WORKMANSHIP.
1893, the White Cliffs opal fields were
realise the possibilities of this rare
manship; thus they popularised the
have become a speciality with this
firm, not only in the way of jewellery
creations, but also in the line of elec
fine cups and shields have been ori
signs havo been required, which serve
In these Australian designs the
flannel flower, waratah, and wattle
derive their charm from the presence
and animals.
where the ceremony of the swearing-in
the various functions held in honor
of thls occasion, there is perhaps no
than that made by the late Sir Edmund
the Commonwealth Ministry, said in
the course of an eloquent address: —
"I have been endeavoring for the last
called a dream has at last come true. I
have supported me often had to share
those long years during which it fell to
or less on the subject of federation; when
I consider how gradual was the forma
tion of public opinion: when I reflect upon
the enormous obstacles that have stood In
tho path — no greater perhaps than have
stood in the path of other federations—
but still very great — I find It hard to
realise that all has been consummated, and
that the dream of a llfetlme has been
With the advent of Federation, in
1901, jewellery manufacture went
ahead in leaps and bounds, as the re
at that period. Angus and Coote were
lities, and made a feature of supplying
the public with goods straight from
ing goods by mail, and customers were
at a distance it was no reason why
"We have bettered our mail order
to visit the city, and you can feel when
The result of this selling goods by
In the year 1912 the old firm was
were issued to employees only, and
the directors were chosen from the
Coote Ltd., again rose to the occasion,
and the five-story building at 500
have been established in London, Paris,
tralia is a distinctly sporting com
manufacture of sports trophies, and
most of the leading clubs, have
favorable comment. Prominent amongst
emblems that were such a feature on
Australia Day, and the other big days
organised during the war period, An
The "Back to Bathurst" badges,
some emblem for the National Roads
Rugby Union. The records of the firm
disclose a very large number of badges
with every modern scientific, appliance,
is another feature in the activities of
members of the firm have toured the
British Isles, Europe, and America to
lines have been made available. One
placing on the market of what is known
as the "Llfetime" watch — so called be-
cause it is calculated to give lifetime
in order for the lifetime of the owner.
"My Llfetime watch," writes one cus
have more employees engaged In the
other firm In Australia, and having re
gard to their many other signs of
in the commercial life of the future

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