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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,779,084
2 noelwoodhouse 3,894,827
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,269,949
5 Rhonda.M 3,092,289
...
1977 Silverfische 15,845
1978 murray-is 15,841
1979 MegMcCarthy 15,836
1980 BradPowe 15,831
1981 fmms 15,816
1982 TerryK 15,803

15,831 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 16
August 2019 97
July 2019 321
June 2019 5
May 2019 12
March 2019 132
February 2019 24
January 2019 20
December 2018 31
September 2018 115
August 2018 11
July 2018 34
June 2018 71
May 2018 5
February 2018 30
January 2018 15
November 2017 76
October 2017 262
September 2017 133
August 2017 1
July 2017 171
June 2017 16
May 2017 43
February 2017 60
January 2017 6
November 2016 6
September 2016 1
August 2016 7
July 2016 94
June 2016 121
May 2016 13
March 2016 21
February 2016 11
January 2016 5
December 2015 23
November 2015 9
October 2015 107
September 2015 26
July 2015 72
May 2015 31
April 2015 157
March 2015 32
January 2015 66
December 2014 41
November 2014 78
October 2014 451
September 2014 18
August 2014 283
July 2014 70
June 2014 108
May 2014 13
April 2014 157
March 2014 312
February 2014 647
January 2014 798
December 2013 21
November 2013 434
October 2013 205
September 2013 234
August 2013 167
July 2013 385
June 2013 378
May 2013 516
April 2013 393
March 2013 136
February 2013 5
January 2013 94
December 2012 516
November 2012 42
October 2012 664
September 2012 520
August 2012 3,240
July 2012 238
June 2012 55
May 2012 23
April 2012 214
March 2012 147
February 2012 428
January 2012 1,205
May 2011 86

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,778,882
2 noelwoodhouse 3,894,827
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,269,928
5 Rhonda.M 3,092,276
...
1972 Silverfische 15,845
1973 murray-is 15,841
1974 MegMcCarthy 15,836
1975 BradPowe 15,804
1976 TerryK 15,803
1977 bujie 15,796

15,804 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 16
August 2019 97
July 2019 321
June 2019 5
May 2019 12
March 2019 105
February 2019 24
January 2019 20
December 2018 31
September 2018 115
August 2018 11
July 2018 34
June 2018 71
May 2018 5
February 2018 30
January 2018 15
November 2017 76
October 2017 262
September 2017 133
August 2017 1
July 2017 171
June 2017 16
May 2017 43
February 2017 60
January 2017 6
November 2016 6
September 2016 1
August 2016 7
July 2016 94
June 2016 121
May 2016 13
March 2016 21
February 2016 11
January 2016 5
December 2015 23
November 2015 9
October 2015 107
September 2015 26
July 2015 72
May 2015 31
April 2015 157
March 2015 32
January 2015 66
December 2014 41
November 2014 78
October 2014 451
September 2014 18
August 2014 283
July 2014 70
June 2014 108
May 2014 13
April 2014 157
March 2014 312
February 2014 647
January 2014 798
December 2013 21
November 2013 434
October 2013 205
September 2013 234
August 2013 167
July 2013 385
June 2013 378
May 2013 516
April 2013 393
March 2013 136
February 2013 5
January 2013 94
December 2012 516
November 2012 42
October 2012 664
September 2012 520
August 2012 3,240
July 2012 238
June 2012 55
May 2012 23
April 2012 214
March 2012 147
February 2012 428
January 2012 1,205
May 2011 86

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 310,601
2 PhilThomas 128,448
3 mickbrook 107,403
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 50,934
...
988 Anniki 27
989 ArgyleApple 27
990 BernardB 27
991 BradPowe 27
992 captain 27
993 chrissytheflash 27

27 line(s) corrected.

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March 2019 27


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BURNT TO CINDERS. REMAINS OF CHINESE FOUND IN GUTTED BUILDING. (Article), Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930), Sunday 7 January 1912 [Issue No.1355] page 7 2019-09-05 12:00 ?REMAINS 'OF CHINESE FOUND IN GUTTED
;. .: BUILDING.
REMAINS OF CHINESE FOUND IN GUTTED
BUILDING.
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Kwong War Chong & Co.,
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No title (Article), Tung Wah Times (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 1936), Saturday 4 March 1916 [Issue No.686] page 4 2019-09-05 11:10 TBS NSW SOUTH WALES CHTNESB
MERCHANTS' SOCIETV, «
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JLIN YIK TONG,
Qilnese M«rcbantt' Association
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Storekeepers, 84 Dixon Street, Sydney, N.S.W.
THE NSW SOUTH WALES CHINESE
MERCHANTS' SOCIETY,
158 George Street North, Sydney
LIN YIK TONG,
Chinese Merchants' Association
93-99 Harbour St., Sydney 'Phone 1638 City
Storcl(ccj-crs, 84 Dixon Street, Sydney, N.S.W.
No title (Article), Tung Wah Times (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 1936), Saturday 4 March 1916 [Issue No.686] page 4 2019-09-05 10:58 Storcl(ccj-crs, 84 Dixon Street, Sydney, N.S.W.
Storekeepers, 84 Dixon Street, Sydney, N.S.W.
CHINESE ON STRIKE. RESULT OF THE TARIFF. A BIG UNION FORMED. AFFILIATION WITH TRADES HALL DESIRED. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Wednesday 1 April 1908 [Issue No.12,733] page 5 2019-08-22 18:09 JMEDIT STRIKE.
RE^T^CTilE TARIFF.
AFFUdATIOF W$$^ GCfiADES
HALL DESCaED.
'Superior. and alone Confucius stood'.' used
to talfe I first place as the motto of the Chinese.
Western methods S**f tovever, having their
effect, and now.,the gentle Mongolian has shown
that he not only can form a trades union, hut
come out on strike 'just like any 'whjte man
from the trades -Mull, «r-.«.ronnd- tfee 'wharves. ?
Ther-e. ar^ niany Chinesa «mployed in ? the
number js as high as 600. Before 'the tariff
it was customarv for 'th« hoss'* to deduct ? 10s'
per week frpm every man's wages for his keep.
Now that living is so' -dear, especially in. the
matter at rice, the boss wants lSs: every week,
been playing a Jpging game with regard ta the
tucker- bill. ' The Chinese workmen— who,, as a
rule, are paid on pieeework-^eay . that if^ they
&B*e t© pgy an increase of 2s per «eek, J&ey
must Jbe paid more for their tebor^ ,,.3-e.^a?-
tersdo not see the matter in thjs ^JigJW,- anflftSe_
there tias^fceen a -good deal- at ;'4l«content
among the CeieetisJe engaged m Oie trade, ,ln
order to safeguard thejr intereptg, th.e.wprk
meh some time ago formed a trades union.
known as the 'Sai-Ga-Hpng,' and up to-Tues-
flay evening the membership had increased at
? Serious trouble arose at a shop- in 3Ellzabeth-:
CHINESE ON STRIKE.
RESULT OF THE TARIFF.
A BIG UNION FORMED.
AFFILIATION WITH TRADES
HALL DESIRED.
"Superior and alone Confucius stood," used
to take first place as the motto of the Chinese.
Western methods are, however, having their
effect, and now the gentle Mongolian has shown
that he not only can form a trades union, but
come out on strike just like any white man
from the Trades Hall, or around the wharves.
There are many Chinese employed in the
number is as high as 600. Before the tariff
it was customary for "the boss" to deduct 10s
per week from every man's wages for his keep.
Now that living is so dear, especially in the
matter of rice, the boss wants 13s every week,
been playing a losing game with regard to the
rule, are paid on piecework—say that if they
have to pay an increase of 2s per week, they
must be paid more for their labor. The mas
ters do not see the matter in this light, and the
there has been a good deal of discontent
among the Celestials engaged in the trade. ln
order to safeguard their interests, the work
men some time ago formed a trades union,
known as the "Sai-Ga-Hong," and up to Tues
day evening the membership had increased at
Serious trouble arose at a shop- in Ellzabeth-:
THE LATE MR. J. J. MATTERS. Long Public Works Career. (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 11 May 1913 [Issue No.528] page 4 2019-08-20 20:38 to those at Newcastle, and Including the
to those at Newcastle, and including the
THE LATE MR. J. J. MATTERS. Long Public Works Career. (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 11 May 1913 [Issue No.528] page 4 2019-08-20 20:37 partment of the Ramornle meat works, thence
partment of the Ramornie meat works, thence
THE LATE MR. J. J. MATTERS. Long Public Works Career. (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 11 May 1913 [Issue No.528] page 4 2019-08-20 20:28 ed in Australia in 1860 under contract to Pete,
the position of color-sergeant in. the 3rd
ed in Australia in 1860 under contract to Peto,
the position of color-sergeant in the 3rd
THE LATE MR. J. J. MATTERS. Long Public Works Career. (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 11 May 1913 [Issue No.528] page 4 2019-08-20 20:08 Born in London 75 years ago.Mr.Matters arriv
ed In Australia in 1860 under contract to Pete,
Born in London 75 years ago,Mr.Matters arriv
ed in Australia in 1860 under contract to Pete,

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