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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,121
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,365
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,274,857
5 Rhonda.M 3,098,535
...
304 istone 168,630
305 vcuskelly 168,442
306 kaepaviour 168,409
307 Cinderella 167,902
308 kenhiggs 165,510
309 armadale3 165,482

167,902 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 18
September 2019 423
August 2019 255
July 2019 2,073
June 2019 2,641
May 2019 1,985
April 2019 1,313
March 2019 445
February 2019 38
January 2019 244
December 2018 284
November 2018 766
October 2018 199
September 2018 1,717
August 2018 436
July 2018 4,403
June 2018 5,659
May 2018 5,410
April 2018 1,430
March 2018 4,652
February 2018 453
January 2018 1,774
December 2017 3,976
November 2017 6,746
October 2017 2,802
September 2017 1,988
August 2017 2,732
July 2017 3,006
June 2017 1,822
May 2017 2,358
April 2017 1,049
March 2017 18
February 2017 178
January 2017 6,280
December 2016 5,317
November 2016 4,022
October 2016 1,143
September 2016 1,942
March 2016 248
February 2016 453
January 2016 4,268
December 2015 2,624
November 2015 1,824
October 2015 477
August 2015 411
July 2015 1,383
May 2015 307
April 2015 1,743
March 2015 915
February 2015 2,097
January 2015 2,630
December 2014 1,472
November 2014 627
October 2014 351
September 2014 102
August 2014 163
July 2014 748
June 2014 2,285
May 2014 2,779
April 2014 627
March 2014 1,382
February 2014 110
January 2014 681
December 2013 1,151
November 2013 572
October 2013 1,236
July 2013 341
June 2013 2,065
May 2013 2,180
April 2013 1,263
March 2013 1,768
February 2013 2,033
January 2013 9,790
December 2012 3,945
November 2012 2,086
September 2012 4,361
August 2012 1,009
July 2012 425
June 2012 2,243
May 2012 776
April 2012 2,032
March 2012 3,166
February 2012 922
January 2012 5,168
December 2011 1,238
September 2011 18
May 2011 281
January 2011 4
December 2010 3
September 2010 480
June 2010 404
May 2010 256
April 2010 2,702
March 2010 1,280

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,785,919
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,365
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,274,836
5 Rhonda.M 3,098,522
...
302 istone 168,622
303 kaepaviour 168,409
304 vcuskelly 168,389
305 Cinderella 167,902
306 RodAanensen 167,572
307 armadale3 165,482

167,902 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 18
September 2019 423
August 2019 255
July 2019 2,073
June 2019 2,641
May 2019 1,985
April 2019 1,313
March 2019 445
February 2019 38
January 2019 244
December 2018 284
November 2018 766
October 2018 199
September 2018 1,717
August 2018 436
July 2018 4,403
June 2018 5,659
May 2018 5,410
April 2018 1,430
March 2018 4,652
February 2018 453
January 2018 1,774
December 2017 3,976
November 2017 6,746
October 2017 2,802
September 2017 1,988
August 2017 2,732
July 2017 3,006
June 2017 1,822
May 2017 2,358
April 2017 1,049
March 2017 18
February 2017 178
January 2017 6,280
December 2016 5,317
November 2016 4,022
October 2016 1,143
September 2016 1,942
March 2016 248
February 2016 453
January 2016 4,268
December 2015 2,624
November 2015 1,824
October 2015 477
August 2015 411
July 2015 1,383
May 2015 307
April 2015 1,743
March 2015 915
February 2015 2,097
January 2015 2,630
December 2014 1,472
November 2014 627
October 2014 351
September 2014 102
August 2014 163
July 2014 748
June 2014 2,285
May 2014 2,779
April 2014 627
March 2014 1,382
February 2014 110
January 2014 681
December 2013 1,151
November 2013 572
October 2013 1,236
July 2013 341
June 2013 2,065
May 2013 2,180
April 2013 1,263
March 2013 1,768
February 2013 2,033
January 2013 9,790
December 2012 3,945
November 2012 2,086
September 2012 4,361
August 2012 1,009
July 2012 425
June 2012 2,243
May 2012 776
April 2012 2,032
March 2012 3,166
February 2012 922
January 2012 5,168
December 2011 1,238
September 2011 18
May 2011 281
January 2011 4
December 2010 3
September 2010 480
June 2010 404
May 2010 256
April 2010 2,702
March 2010 1,280

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Cheney Motors. CONFERENCE AT WARRAGUL. A CIVIC RECEPTION. BRITAIN THE HOME OF ENGINEERING. PATRIOTIC SPEECHES. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-10-08 14:07 They were, moreover, maufacturing
They were, moreover, manufacturing
Cheney Motors. CONFERENCE AT WARRAGUL. A CIVIC RECEPTION. BRITAIN THE HOME OF ENGINEERING. PATRIOTIC SPEECHES. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-10-08 14:01 11 was also good to see a fine spirit
ir should not be carried too far in re
was also good to see a fine spirit
should not be carried too far in re
Cheney Motors. CONFERENCE AT WARRAGUL. A CIVIC RECEPTION. BRITAIN THE HOME OF ENGINEERING. PATRIOTIC SPEECHES. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-10-08 13:55 CONFERENCE AT WARRAGUL. rci
The first Gippsland conference or-!W
CONFERENCE AT WARRAGUL.
The first Gippsland conference or
THE BANQUET. Held at the Railway Hotel. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-10-08 13:52 the Railway hotel. Mr. C. A. Mor
Motors Pty. Ltd., presided. having on
"The Shire of Warragiul." coup
that afternoon. some 50 years ago the
and some spent too much, but ee de
said it would all beput into the busi
cognlised by every automobile expert.
- musical honors, said he had had ex
purse of everyoie needing a car. And
to say that e never wished to be
the Railway hotel, Mr. C. A. Mor-
Motors Pty. Ltd., presided, having on
"The Shire of Warragul." coup
that afternoon, some 50 years ago the
"The British Motor Industry, coup
and some spent too much, but he de
said it would all be put into the busi
cognised by every automobile expert.
musical honors, said he had had ex
purse of everyone needing a car. And
to say that he never wished to be
THE BANQUET. Held at the Railway Hotel. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-09-28 18:02 Cr. Prinie asked permission to say
of a few words upon Empire products,
t0, and expressed, in a fervent speech,
IO his conviction that it was high time
) they realised their obligations to the
at Old Land, which lhad given tlhem ev
ly cry liberty to govern themiselves, and
, yet had protected themn from all enl
eto nies, by Britain's powerful navy.
a For this reason they should support
Dn British industries, and do their ut
na most to promote all trade within the
f Empire. (Applause).
In referring to the toast of tihe
h Press, Mr. Wheeler spoke ii app)reci
ative terms, and thle National Anthem
Sbrotnht to a close, a very pleasant
S A caplital niusical prograilme
Swas etnjoyed by those present, Mr.
SP. Hawkins presiding at the piano,
-anll itemis heinig given by Mr. Chas.
D L)aiinie .nd otlhers.
Cr. Prime asked permission to say
a few words upon Empire products,
and expressed, in a fervent speech,
his conviction that it was high time
they realised their obligations to the
Old Land, which had given them ev
ery liberty to govern themselves, and
mies, by Britain's powerful navy.
For this reason they should support
British industries, and do their ut
most to promote all trade within the
Empire. (Applause).
In referring to the toast of the
Press, Mr. Wheeler spoke in appreci
ative terms, and the National Anthem
brought to a close, a very pleasant
A capital musical programme
was enjoyed by those present, Mr.
P. Hawkins presiding at the piano,
and items being given by Mr. Chas.
Davine and others.
THE BANQUET. Held at the Railway Hotel. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-09-28 17:57 We hen they bought a car from Amer
I enabled Britain to buy more of the
, products of Australia, wools wheat
to ing so, why were they still buying
r, that in English factories, they could
see on the wall'sthis notice :-"Part
er therefore, when purchasing, buy Aus
r- tralian goods." (Loud applause). Yet
m be seen today. • If lie had to choose
it between the two, le would not hesi
irtmost to give the Old Country a
e solid footing in the motor car indus
of Capt. A'Beckett spoke in support
idof the toast. .He was glad to bear
and sincerity of the r-Morris car re
I`. presentative in this part of Gipps
.land, Mr. S. W. Hinson. It was
I indeed a pleasure to bear testimony
cto the skill and conscientious dis
charge of duty, which lie .had found
Id to be the clhief characteristics of Mr.
ill Factory Representative, said lie felt
it- it was very fortunate for hint to be
c present in Australia just at this june
lie ing oi between the American and
SHome that their motor industry had
fit suffered severely tlrough the war. So
le ' Morris and a few othelrs got to
id gethler,.and said : "'This won't do ;
they would see every week in tile
Ca would be made of the cars passing
- on the road. The totals would be all
5y in favor of foreign cars, for the Ford
e- lead the way, and tllen the Dodget,
oni, the totals began to be reversld,
and they tlihd found tihe Morris car
Sleading, then other British cars,
er while foreign ears grew less and less.
S(Hear, hear). Well, that lotor ecar
i war was going on all the time, and
Cs do their utmost to push Empire pro
- musical honors, said hle had had ex
id perienceeii both Amierican and Brit
ish ears. He knew the different
Sparts in both cars, and when lie com
pared tlhem, well, he knew which lie
Spreferred every time. Thleroe was a
Ilodel in the Morris car to suit the
then thliey had a Morris truck, which
ly could eart over any kind of road. It
r' as specially suited to thIe mud and
Sslush of Gippsland, and lie could not
Ssay that of any other car that lie
Sknew. of. Then in regard to the
cli Cheniey Motors people, lie was happy
to say that lie never wished to be
us associated with a filer or a fairer
of firm. (Loud appllase).
rk Cr. Prinie asked permission to say
When they bought a car from Amer
enabled Britain to buy more of the
products of Australia, wool, wheat
ing so, why were they still buying
that in English factories, they could
see on the walls this notice :-"Part
therefore, when purchasing, buy Aus
tralian goods." (Loud applause). Yet
be seen today. If he had to choose
between the two, he would not hesi
utmost to give the Old Country a
solid footing in the motor car indus
Capt. A'Beckett spoke in support
of the toast. He was glad to bear
and sincerity of the Morris car re
presentative in this part of Gipps
land, Mr. S. W. Hinson. It was
indeed a pleasure to bear testimony
to the skill and conscientious dis
charge of duty, which he had found
to be the chief characteristics of Mr.
Factory Representative, said he felt
it was very fortunate for him to be
present in Australia just at this junc
ing on between the American and
Home that their motor industry had
suffered severely through the war. So
Morris and a few others got to
gether, and said : "'This won't do;
they would see every week in the
would be made of the cars passing
on the road. The totals would be all
in favor of foreign cars, for the Ford
lead the way, and then the Dodge,
on, the totals began to be reversed,
and they then found the Morris car
leading, then other British cars,
while foreign cars grew less and less.
(Hear, hear). Well, that motor car
war was going on all the time, and
do their utmost to push Empire pro
- musical honors, said he had had ex
perience in both American and Brit
ish cars. He knew the different
parts in both cars, and when he com
pared them, well, he knew which he
preferred every time. There was a
model in the Morris car to suit the
then they had a Morris truck, which
could cart over any kind of road. It
was specially suited to the mud and
slush of Gippsland, and he could not
say that of any other car that he
knew. of. Then in regard to the
Cheney Motors people, he was happy
to say that e never wished to be
associated with a finer or a fairer
firm. (Loud applause).
Cr. Prinie asked permission to say
THE BANQUET. Held at the Railway Hotel. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-09-28 16:11 But he would quote aiiotlher Aniri
call lead(er, Mr. J. 1). Mloolney, Presi
dent General Motors Exlport Corpora_
tion, who said :-"There Ire several Ii
economlic factors tliat are entirely
favorable to the manliufactalire of motor i
erials are rIeadily available. Seconld,
transport and conniunication 1are
ompallratively easy. Third, the men
tal approiach to manufacturing a high
grade complex llroduct like a motor I
a coliplete industrial tradition and I
hackground existing ill England, ex- I
cluding all of the various elements I
of personlnel, nanagemient, engineer
Ing, niechanical craftsmanship, to sup- I
port a broad manufacturing programn
me." When a man occupying Mr, I
finite considered statement of that c
character, the world is forced to list- I
en, because lie was one of the heads I
I Now, had he said sufficient to prove
o British. superiority? He had spoken
themi;."Why do you speak so apolo
f getically? Why not speak boldly of
,t the superiority of the British motor
ears?" They said they could
I try. Then again, they knew that
d £38,000,000 a year to pay back the
,money which had gone to the purchase
d of munitions, and yet England was
. fighting for civilisation and America
s as referred to that afternoon, they
h hada balance of trade amounting to
m £27,000,000 in favor of America.
But he would quote another Ameri
can leader, Mr. J. D. Mooney, Presi
dent General Motors Export Corpora
tion, who said :-"There are several
economic factors that are entirely
favorable to the manufacture of motor
erials are readily available. Second,
transport and communication are
comparatively easy. Third, the men
tal approach to manufacturing a high
grade complex product like a motor
a complete industrial tradition and
background existing in England, ex-
cluding all of the various elements
of personnel, management, engineer
ing, mechanical craftsmanship, to sup-
port a broad manufacturing program
me." When a man occupying Mr,
finite considered statement of that
character, the world is forced to list-
en, because he was one of the heads
Now, had he said sufficient to prove
British superiority? He had spoken
them. "Why do you speak so apolo
getically? Why not speak boldly of
the superiority of the British motor
cars?" They said they could
try. Then again, they knew that
£38,000,000 a year to pay back the
money which had gone to the purchase
of munitions, and yet England was
fighting for civilisation and America
as referred to that afternoon, they
had a balance of trade amounting to
£27,000,000 in favor of America.
THE BANQUET. Held at the Railway Hotel. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-09-28 15:47 coring experts of America, speaking
pose of research in the autoamohile
industrvy, is to make you dissatisfied
with the model you possess, althoughl
it may be as eflicient as a1 new model"
"I admit," he continued, "that Ami- I,.
erican mlotors saerifice engine eftici_
ency and econoily for speed.'
This statemen t of Mr. Kettering's 'r
wais remnarkable for its frankness, and II
the trutlh of it has come to hte re
eognlised by every automobile expelrt.c
And herein hay one of the fundamen- c
tal differences between Almeiein cars it
andl English ears. English ears arlle
wade to last a long tinei, in accord- 'f
ance with English well-known tradLi
But lie would quote aiiotlher Aniri
eering experts of America, speaking
pose of research in the automobile
industry, is to make you dissatisfied
with the model you possess, although
it may be as efficient as a new model"
"I admit," he continued, "that Am
erican motors sacrifice engine effici
ency and economy for speed."
was remarkable for its frankness, and
the truth of it has come to be re
cognlised by every automobile expert.
And herein lay one of the fundamen-
tal differences between American cars
and English cars. English cars are
made to last a long time, in accord
ance with English well-known tradi
But he would quote aiiotlher Aniri
THE BANQUET. Held at the Railway Hotel. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-09-28 15:42 SYet it was only a few weeks a'o, con
al tinued Mr. Wheeler. that a uaragranh
alihared in 11le Melbourne "''orald"
Swhich admitted thait a delec.ation in
iludin. Mr. Sinlo, the Preident of
i- the hirzest llotor concern in Anmer
it ca, went over to Enmiland in order to
,> study the economic constructio, of
car s in EiLland. Thit was ' tie
1 in'nilous admissioni . Whih, there
fore, Aimerica once could hoast of
ii superiority of mniu:factu.re in lthe
n motor industry, hlv io'nli:'lda, Great
il Britain haid plovedl its own superior
at ity byl fuct. (Aliluse). That was
I. very important for thei to reiem
Ic her.
is They folulnd, too, saidl the speaker,
n- that the cost of repair, and parts
is for the American cur, v'as far in
'i .excess of the British car. (Applause)
Yet it was only a few weeks ago, con
tinued Mr. Wheeler, that a paragraph
appeared in the Melbourne "Herald"
which admitted that a delegation in
cluding Mr. Sloan, the President of
the biggest motor concern in Amer
ca, went over to England in order to
study the economic construction of
cars in England. That was a tre
mendous admission. While, there
fore, America once could boast of
superiority of manufacture in the
motor industry, by propagands, Great
Britain had proved ts own superior
ity by fact. (Applause). That was
very important for them to remember.
They found, too, said the speaker,
that the cost of repair, and parts
is for the American car, was far in
excess of the British car. (Applause)
THE BANQUET. Held at the Railway Hotel. (Article), West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930), Tuesday 12 July 1927 [Issue No.27] page 2 2019-09-28 15:35 cars, aiil to indicate that tllhrounh
Stlheir experience they hnad the slluper
Siority in thle manufacture of miotor
A. curs.
cars, and to indicate that through
their experience they had the super
iority in the manufacture of motor
cars.

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