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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,821,111
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,879
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,429
...
2533 wilihana 11,401
2534 debraljones 11,392
2535 eric21 11,390
2536 FinbarCullen 11,372
2537 J.Trethewey 11,372
2538 Mahalia58 11,369

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Corrections by month

November 2019 526
October 2019 2,671
September 2019 1,343
August 2019 1,411
July 2019 1,809
June 2019 2,677
May 2019 935

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,909
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,858
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,416
...
2534 eric21 11,390
2535 J.Trethewey 11,372
2536 Mahalia58 11,369
2537 FinbarCullen 11,368
2538 Mark.Jennings 11,367
2539 pammyg 11,343

11,368 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 526
October 2019 2,671
September 2019 1,342
August 2019 1,408
July 2019 1,809
June 2019 2,677
May 2019 935

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 134,493
3 mickbrook 110,749
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,280
...
2583 exsandgroper 4
2584 falls.2016 4
2585 FDyceAW 4
2586 FinbarCullen 4
2587 FrankAA 4
2588 G.J.F. 4

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September 2019 1
August 2019 3


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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 12 October 1895 [Issue No.12,674] page 2 2019-11-13 03:20 AT o t I o E to B1OY0LER3.
So many ladles nnd gentlemen having adopted this I
favorite pastime nnd mode of reaching the rity daily. I
difficulty has arisen to find accommodation for the I
chlnea during the day when not lielng used, A LAilLb I
STORE, with entrance from Little Collius-street, cloie lo I
Queen-street, is AVAILABLE fortius purpose, charge I
6d. per week. I
Apply I
GEORGE LUFFMAN, I
Btoreroan, 364 Collins-street. _ I
NOTICE TO BICYCLERS
So many ladles and gentlemen having adopted this
favorite pastime nnd mode of reaching the city daily.
difficulty has arisen to find accommodation for the ma-
chlnes during the day when not belng used, A LARGE
STORE, with entrance from Little Collins-street, close to
Queen-street, is AVAILABLE for this purpose, charge
6d. per week.
Apply
Storeroan, 364 Collins-street.
GENERAL NEWS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 6 September 1915 [Issue No.21,563] page 8 2019-11-13 03:13 £67/0/9, lohn (d b n ) Little Horsham
£67/0/9, John (d b n ) Little Horsham
THE AUXILIARY STEAM POWER FOR LONG VOYAGES. (Article), The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List (NSW : 1844 - 1860), Monday 15 December 1856 [Issue No.658] page 296 2019-11-12 04:04 | looked for by the Royal Charter (now due), and will taen be made
looked for by the Royal Charter (now due), and will then be made
THE AUXILIARY STEAM POWER FOR LONG VOYAGES. (Article), The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List (NSW : 1844 - 1860), Monday 15 December 1856 [Issue No.658] page 296 2019-11-12 04:03 ?ubjcet, and Captain Claxtou announced, 'that the system of
full-rigged clipper ships, Buch as Mr. Robinson recommended,
with auxiliary powers and scrow propellers, keeping perpetually
iuthc ordinary sailing- track, and taking- full advantage of wind
On this announcement, it seemed (o have been mutually agrerd
to Melbourne- in 59 days, and her home, under adverse winds, in .
711 days. The Red Jacket, a clipper sailing-ship of 2348 tons, made
the voyage from Liverpool to Melbourne in 69 days 11 houro.
Thb Royal Chahtku.— Wc hear, froin a private source likely
?completion of the alterations to be made in the Royal Charter in
time to admit of her being-taken out of the Sandon' Graving Dock
ertions of the agents. But, at all events, the Rival Churter
?would be certain to sail early in October, and before the Oneida,
the first of the European and Australian Mail Steam Ship Com
subject, and Captain Claxton announced, 'that the system of
full-rigged clipper ships, such as Mr. Robinson recommended,
with auxiliary powers and screw propellers, keeping perpetually
in the ordinary sailing- track, and taking- full advantage of wind
On this announcement, it seemed to have been mutually agreed
to Melbourn- in 59 days, and her home, under adverse winds, in
79 days. The Red Jacket, a clipper sailing-ship of 2348 tons, made
the voyage from Liverpool to Melbourne in 69 days 11 hours.
The Royal Charter.— We hear, froin a private source likely
completion of the alterations to be made in the Royal Charter in
time to admit of her being-taken out of the Sandon Graving Dock
ertions of the agents. But, at all events, the Royal Charter
would be certain to sail early in October, and before the Oneida,
the first of the European and Australian Mail Steam Ship Com-
THE AUXILIARY STEAM POWER FOR LONG VOYAGES. (Article), The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List (NSW : 1844 - 1860), Monday 15 December 1856 [Issue No.658] page 296 2019-11-12 04:01 THE AUXILIARY STEAM POWER FOR LONG VOYAGES. I
iPfotn- the Shittni'ta and Merc mt.ile (fa^ctteA ?
Tiie return of the Royal Charter from Melbourne has been re- .
merits of clipper ships without aid fromsteam power, and full-,
rigged clipper ships with auxiliary steam and screw prooellers,
were, to some extent, dependent on the time within which th«
1855, Mr. A, Robinson read before the Institution of Civil Engi
bv the aid of auxiliary engines with a minimum amount of Bcrew
propelling power, the sail power to be employed - to the utmost
not as steamers, the steam power being only used iu
realise the anticipated results of their advocates ; that they hsd
made use of ouly under accidental circumstances, when the ma
chinery was no longer available ; thirdly, to the screw-ships u
Iii'Ma and Australia til ing taken out of the usual track of sailing
wear and tear, and the derangement of their' machinery ; fifthly,
to the long period that their machinery is worked without inter
mission, the irregular straining of oeean sjrew propulsion, the
motion of the stera of the vessel ; sixthly, to the want of efficient
ship was under rail only; and, lastly, to the screw
built with inefficient sailing power and rigging, anil too niuch re
liance placed on their steam power. Notwithstanding these dis
advantages, and the fact, icsulting from them, ' that wherever
the sailing powers of these screw-shins have been put to the test,
under canvas atone, f:r any considerable part of the voyage, they
have manifestly fallen far short of i\i? performances of the moderii
built sailing ships.' Mr. Robinson stated it to he the opinio:; of
many competent authorities 'that the great bulk of the produc
would eventually be carried by a large 'class of clipper sailinjj
sbips, with a much smaller amount of engine-power than has
quantity of steam, power, only to be employed to en
sure a greater degree of 'certainty and regularity.'
In tue building of these screw - ships with a
tho propeller must be so constructed as to be capable of being
spar, and by the ordinary crew of the sailing ship; that 'the new
sailing, and nevei be allowed to interfere with it in any way.
These were some Gf tbe statements and suggestions embodied iu
long routes, notwithstanding the extraordinarily quick voyaees
I tlmt some of tlio latter had lately made. On the publication of thi*
(From the Shipping and Mercantile Gazette)
The return of the Royal Charter from Melbourne has been re- .
merits of clipper ships without aid from steam power, and full-,
rigged clipper ships with auxiliary steam and screw propellers,
were, to some extent, dependent on the time within which the
1855, Mr. A, Robinson read before the Institution of Civil Engi-
by the aid of auxiliary engines with a minimum amount of screw
propelling power, the sail power to be employed to the utmost
not as steamers, the steam power being only used in
realise the anticipated results of their advocates ; that they had
made use of only under accidental circumstances, when the ma-
chinery was no longer available ; thirdly, to the screw-ships to
India and Australia being taken out of the usual track of sailing
wear and tear, and the derangement of their machinery ; fifthly,
to the long period that their machinery is worked without inter-
mission, the irregular straining of oeean screw propulsion, the
motion of the stern of the vessel ; sixthly, to the want of efficient
ship was under sail only; and, lastly, to the screw-
built with inefficient sailing power and rigging, anil too much re-
liance placed on their steam power. Notwithstanding these dis-
advantages, and the fact, resulting from them, " that wherever
the sailing powers of these screw-ships have been put to the test,
under canvas atone, for any considerable part of the voyage, they
have manifestly fallen far short of the performances of the modern
built sailing ships." Mr. Robinson stated it to he the opinion of
many competent authorities 'that the great bulk of the produc-
would eventually be carried by a large 'class of clipper sailing-
ships, with a much smaller amount of engine-power than has
quantity of steam, power, only to be employed to en-
sure a greater degree of certainty and regularity.'
In the building of these screw - ships with a
the propeller must be so constructed as to be capable of being
spar, and by the ordinary crew of the sailing ship; that 'he new
sailing, and never be allowed to interfere with it in any way.
These were some of tbe statements and suggestions embodied in
long routes, notwithstanding the extraordinarily quick voyages
that some of the latter had lately made. On the publication of this
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 4 August 1859 [Issue No.4,101] page 2 2019-11-08 23:21 THIS DAY. "
By Order of Messrs. H}am mid Co.
20 Do ox Hotspur.
SO Do ox Tudor.
ot-.
Braddod wntortights
THIS DAY.
By Order of Messrs. Hyam mid Co.
20 Do ex Hotspur.
SO Do ex Tudor.
of.
Braddod watertights
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 12 August 1859 [Issue No.4,108] page 7 2019-11-08 23:16 Wm. Selkirk, 84 Collins-strest west.
Wm. Selkirk, 84 Collins-street west.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 12 August 1859 [Issue No.4,108] page 7 2019-11-08 23:14 EWELLERY, &c-NEW GOODS, ex Royal
80 Collins-street wost.
ROYAL CHARTER. - Colunlal Cedar and
Wm. Selkirk, 84 ColUm-strect west._
JEWELLERY, &c-NEW GOODS, ex Royal
80 Collins-street west.
ROYAL CHARTER. - Colonlal Cedar and
Wm. Selkirk, 84 Collins-strest west.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 12 August 1859 [Issue No.4,108] page 2 2019-11-08 23:06 Both parcels criiarantcod.
Both parcels guaranteed.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 12 August 1859 [Issue No.4,108] page 2 2019-11-08 23:01 65 Firkins D. R. Cork Butter. X

TIT EASEY and Co. mil SELL by AUCTION,
W at their rooms, 83 Colllns-stroet west, on
Friday?August 12, atoleveno'clook, '
rnooy.a. " Ex Royal Charter,
65 Firkins D. R. Cork Butter.
WEASEY and Co. will SELL by AUCTION,
at their rooms, 83 Colllns-street west, on
Friday, August 12, at eleven o'clook,
Ex Royal Charter,

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