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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,948,361
2 noelwoodhouse 3,983,319
3 NeilHamilton 3,455,020
4 DonnaTelfer 3,404,596
5 Rhonda.M 3,351,877
...
1219 MtMarthaHistory 32,999
1220 nola210656 32,990
1221 idridgehay 32,937
1222 DavidS 32,922
1223 petann 32,906
1224 snowy47 32,905

32,922 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 41
November 2019 460
October 2019 311
September 2019 1,791
August 2019 521
July 2019 273
April 2019 1,679
March 2019 392
February 2019 156
January 2019 239
December 2018 341
November 2018 565
October 2018 1,238
September 2018 1,692
July 2018 3,336
June 2018 147
March 2018 17
January 2018 17
December 2017 52
September 2017 166
August 2017 208
July 2017 327
June 2017 222
May 2017 209
April 2017 184
March 2017 66
February 2017 83
January 2017 15
December 2016 343
November 2016 144
October 2016 28
September 2016 128
August 2016 107
July 2016 743
May 2016 142
April 2016 553
March 2016 781
February 2016 360
January 2016 1,141
December 2015 492
November 2015 573
September 2015 116
July 2015 173
May 2015 4
April 2015 109
March 2015 57
February 2015 35
January 2015 329
December 2014 1,343
November 2014 190
October 2014 132
January 2014 71
November 2013 6
September 2013 18
August 2013 14
July 2013 13
June 2013 13
March 2013 13
February 2013 38
January 2013 131
December 2012 111
November 2012 100
October 2012 866
September 2012 37
August 2012 12
July 2012 1
June 2012 30
May 2012 64
April 2012 199
March 2012 185
February 2012 1,326
January 2012 1,852
December 2011 44
September 2011 426
August 2011 374
June 2011 133
March 2011 108
January 2011 6
December 2010 17
November 2010 82
July 2010 18
June 2010 713
May 2010 1,669
April 2010 972
March 2010 347
February 2010 142

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,948,159
2 noelwoodhouse 3,983,319
3 NeilHamilton 3,454,891
4 DonnaTelfer 3,404,570
5 Rhonda.M 3,351,864
...
1213 MtMarthaHistory 32,999
1214 nola210656 32,990
1215 idridgehay 32,926
1216 DavidS 32,917
1217 petann 32,906
1218 snowy47 32,905

32,917 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 41
November 2019 460
October 2019 311
September 2019 1,791
August 2019 521
July 2019 273
April 2019 1,679
March 2019 392
February 2019 156
January 2019 239
December 2018 341
November 2018 565
October 2018 1,238
September 2018 1,688
July 2018 3,335
June 2018 147
March 2018 17
January 2018 17
December 2017 52
September 2017 166
August 2017 208
July 2017 327
June 2017 222
May 2017 209
April 2017 184
March 2017 66
February 2017 83
January 2017 15
December 2016 343
November 2016 144
October 2016 28
September 2016 128
August 2016 107
July 2016 743
May 2016 142
April 2016 553
March 2016 781
February 2016 360
January 2016 1,141
December 2015 492
November 2015 573
September 2015 116
July 2015 173
May 2015 4
April 2015 109
March 2015 57
February 2015 35
January 2015 329
December 2014 1,343
November 2014 190
October 2014 132
January 2014 71
November 2013 6
September 2013 18
August 2013 14
July 2013 13
June 2013 13
March 2013 13
February 2013 38
January 2013 131
December 2012 111
November 2012 100
October 2012 866
September 2012 37
August 2012 12
July 2012 1
June 2012 30
May 2012 64
April 2012 199
March 2012 185
February 2012 1,326
January 2012 1,852
December 2011 44
September 2011 426
August 2011 374
June 2011 133
March 2011 108
January 2011 6
December 2010 17
November 2010 82
July 2010 18
June 2010 713
May 2010 1,669
April 2010 972
March 2010 347
February 2010 142

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 355,755
2 GeoffMMutton 155,674
3 PhilThomas 144,114
4 mickbrook 114,419
5 murds5 61,555
...
2487 Curiaus 5
2488 darvall 5
2489 davidai 5
2490 DavidS 5
2491 DebbieK 5
2492 deedub 5

5 line(s) corrected.

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September 2018 4
July 2018 1


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Article Changed Old lines New lines
SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. Thursday, July 11, 1839. BROWN v. THOMAS AND STEVENSON. (Article), Southern Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1838 - 1844), Wednesday 17 July 1839 [Issue No.59] page 2 2020-01-29 15:10 1837. There were three counts, charging the defen
libel, and further say that the mlatter was not libellous
of poof on the defendants, for had they pleaded what
the head I trust I shall be pardoned. Gentlemen.
merely to shew there was a principle of high-minded
many friends to be kind hearted and humane to lha
poor Trollope, be was the mar jto administer all those
colony as Mr. Brown did, being so. blackened and
vilified. It was, gentlemen, political feeling. Slr.
throw him out, by trampling kn the man. It will be
this libel was written. I irish not to make this
court the arena of political fe* lings, but shall merelf
right view of the matter-Gentlemen, South Australia
money paid for the purchase of land in South Austra
in their old age. They appointed a Resident Com
-these were unquestionably great novelties In lire *
arose, and jt-alocsies occurred between what were
I will not now say where these differences arose -
1837. There were three counts, charging the defen-
libel, and further say that the matter was not libellous
of proof on the defendants, for had they pleaded what
the head I trust I shall be pardoned. Gentlemen,
merely to shew there was a principle of high-minded-
many friends to be kind hearted and humane to the
poor Trollope, be was the man to administer all those
colony as Mr. Brown did, being so blackened and
vilified. It was, gentlemen, political feeling. Mr.
throw him out, by trampling on the man. It will be
this libel was written. I wish not to make this
court the arena of political feelings, but shall merely
right view of the matter—Gentlemen, South Australia
money paid for the purchase of land in South Austra-
in their old age. They appointed a Resident Com-
—these were unquestionably great novelties Inthe
arose, and jealousies occurred between what were
I will not now say where these differences arose
ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY COL. GAWLER, IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE “ PESTONJEE BOMANJEE,” WITH HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR GAWLER, AND SUITE, ANCHORED IN HOLDFAST BAY, ON FRIDAY, THE 12th OCTOBER, 1838. (Article), South Australian Record (SA : 1837 - 1840), Wednesday 10 April 1839 [Issue No.19] page 6 2020-01-29 14:51 treaty to tliem to become acquainted with
s^cted as interpreter, and nothing could be
He entreated them to use tile natives with
treaty to them to become acquainted with
acted as interpreter, and nothing could be
He entreated them to use the natives with
ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY COL. GAWLER, IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE “ PESTONJEE BOMANJEE,” WITH HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR GAWLER, AND SUITE, ANCHORED IN HOLDFAST BAY, ON FRIDAY, THE 12th OCTOBER, 1838. (Article), South Australian Record (SA : 1837 - 1840), Wednesday 10 April 1839 [Issue No.19] page 6 2020-01-29 14:48 ARRIVAL OF~HIS EXCEL-
tlie congratulations of numbers of
, and the healer of all rankling, animosities.
By order of the acting Governor this
while tlie belief that the individual whose
to Government |House; and his Excellency
the white subjects in* her fc Majesty's dominions.
1 ? He exhorted^them to learnto
ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCEL-
the congratulations of numbers of
and the healer of all rankling, animosities.
By order of the acting Governor this
while the belief that the individual whose
to Government House; and his Excellency
the white subjects in her Majesty's dominions.
He exhorted them to learn to
REPORT OF THE ABORIGINES’ PROTECTOR IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (Article), South Australian Record and Australasian and South African Chronicle (SA : 1840 - 1841), Saturday 23 May 1840 [Issue No.48] page 12 2020-01-29 14:23 shepherads of Mr. Gillies, and to the apprehen-
Wmka, spoken by the persons frequenting m
c Father of the Sun.' He is supposed
shepherds of Mr. Gillies, and to the apprehen-
Winka, spoken by the persons frequenting in
'Father of the Sun.' He is supposed
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. HOBSON'S BAY. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 24 February 1870 [Issue No.7,398] page 4 2020-01-27 11:23 ARRIVED.-FEB. 23.
Passengers-cabin : Mrs. Martin and baby, Mr. C. H.
27 In the second cabin and steerage Geo. Martin and
Co., agonts.
ARRIVED.—FEB. 23.
Passengers—cabin : Mrs. Martin and baby, Mr. C. H.
27 In the second cabin and steerage. Geo. Martin and
Co., agents.
POLICE COURTS. CITY COURT (THIS DAY). (Before Messrs. Call, Rawlings and King.) (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 26 February 1870 [Issue No.7540] page 3 2020-01-27 11:07 been "running a muck" down Bourke-streot
lined 40s. , or ten days in gaol, while his com-
Smith was fined fis, , or twenty-four
been "running a muck" down Bourke-street
fined 40s. , or ten days in gaol, while his com-
Smith was fined 5s, , or twenty-four
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED (PORT PHILLIP HEADS). February 23 — Sea Chief, ship, from London. ARRIVED (HOBSON'S BAY). (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Thursday 24 February 1870 [Issue No.4596] page 2 2020-01-27 11:04 ARRIVED (HOBSONS'S BAY),
ARRIVED (HOBSON'S BAY),
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED (PORT PHILLIP HEADS). February 23 — Sea Chief, ship, from London. ARRIVED (HOBSON'S BAY). (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Thursday 24 February 1870 [Issue No.4596] page 2 2020-01-27 11:03 AURIVKP (HOOSI'S'S N<v),
ARRIVED (HOBSONS'S BAY),

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