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1 JohnWarren 5,781,108
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,204
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,271,189
5 Rhonda.M 3,093,549
...
641 PhilC 71,881
642 Atwork11 71,598
643 zoroaster 71,204
644 HezzieQ 71,144
645 grayfion 71,101
646 C.Weber 70,897

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September 2019 256
August 2019 4,009
July 2019 8,354
June 2019 362
April 2019 811
March 2019 207
February 2019 456
January 2019 2,563
December 2018 505
November 2018 201
October 2018 2,358
September 2018 4,477
August 2018 1,357
July 2018 296
May 2018 1,358
April 2018 530
March 2018 22
November 2017 13
October 2017 34
September 2017 2
August 2017 132
July 2017 400
June 2017 441
May 2017 126
April 2017 87
March 2017 131
February 2017 187
January 2017 4,468
December 2016 9,583
November 2016 1,602
October 2016 2,124
September 2016 618
August 2016 957
July 2016 572
June 2016 828
May 2016 64
April 2016 403
March 2016 44
February 2016 472
January 2016 2,016
December 2015 196
November 2015 102
June 2015 64
May 2015 287
April 2015 843
March 2015 12
January 2015 261
December 2014 433
November 2014 234
October 2014 41
September 2014 282
August 2014 61
July 2014 169
June 2014 64
May 2014 286
April 2014 306
March 2014 376
February 2014 20
January 2014 635
December 2013 411
November 2013 235
October 2013 1,210
September 2013 429
August 2013 1,571
July 2013 2,129
June 2013 409
May 2013 790
April 2013 2,627
March 2013 1,751
January 2013 775
December 2012 559
September 2012 14
May 2011 33
January 2011 103

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,780,906
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,204
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,271,168
5 Rhonda.M 3,093,536
...
638 Atwork11 71,531
639 PhilC 71,400
640 zoroaster 71,182
641 HezzieQ 71,144
642 grayfion 71,047
643 C.Weber 70,897

71,144 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 256
August 2019 4,009
July 2019 8,354
June 2019 362
April 2019 811
March 2019 207
February 2019 456
January 2019 2,563
December 2018 505
November 2018 201
October 2018 2,358
September 2018 4,477
August 2018 1,357
July 2018 296
May 2018 1,358
April 2018 530
March 2018 22
November 2017 13
October 2017 34
September 2017 2
August 2017 132
July 2017 400
June 2017 441
May 2017 126
April 2017 87
March 2017 131
February 2017 187
January 2017 4,468
December 2016 9,583
November 2016 1,602
October 2016 2,124
September 2016 618
August 2016 957
July 2016 572
June 2016 828
May 2016 64
April 2016 403
March 2016 44
February 2016 472
January 2016 2,016
December 2015 196
November 2015 102
June 2015 64
May 2015 287
April 2015 843
March 2015 12
January 2015 261
December 2014 433
November 2014 234
October 2014 41
September 2014 282
August 2014 61
July 2014 169
June 2014 64
May 2014 286
April 2014 306
March 2014 376
February 2014 20
January 2014 635
December 2013 411
November 2013 235
October 2013 1,210
September 2013 429
August 2013 1,571
July 2013 2,129
June 2013 409
May 2013 790
April 2013 2,627
March 2013 1,751
January 2013 775
December 2012 559
September 2012 14
May 2011 33
January 2011 103

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DO YOU KNOW YOUR BRISBANE? GREGORY TERRACE—Famous for Its Schools (Article), Sunday Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1926 - 1954), Sunday 17 March 1929 [Issue No.303] page 23 2019-09-12 13:03 M0 YOU KNOW YOUR BRISBANE? GREGORY TERRACE-Famous for Its Schools
GREGORY-TERERCE, though
had been established is 1866. A public
Official opening of the (then) new Exhibition Hall, Gregory-terrace, in 1877.
it was readjusted and extensive improve.
race on one side iesthe city's (poten-
more thaa anything else to make
Schools Act of I860. The original sy-
M0 YOU KNOW YOUR BRISBANE? GREGORY TERRACE—Famous for Its Schools
GREGORY-TERRACE, though
had been established in 1866. A public
Official opening of the (then) new Exhibition Hall, Gregory-terrace, in 1877.
it was readjusted and extensive improve-
race on one side is the city's (poten-
more than anything else to make
Schools Act of 1860. The original sy-
EARLY SCHOOLS ENGLISH INSTITUTIONS (Article), Sunday Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1926 - 1954), Sunday 17 March 1929 [Issue No.303] page 13 2019-09-12 12:27 which some people imagine were a re
in England for centuries previously, weri'
the- first of their kind in Britain. Grain
mar Schools ware in being long before
Originally, they were fouuued by the
monks, who were the teachers, atd who
Henry VIII sent the schools into tem
porary oblivion, and they recovered tfieir
of Edward VI, who, for a monetary con
sideration, granted charters for their re
The monks educated poor .-children to
become choir boys, and .taught them
established schools of their own, and col
legiate schools, like Eton, Harrow, Win
chester, and St. Paul's, sprang into beinir.
liton, for instance, was founded in 1440
AD., and St.- Paul's in 1509. Grammar,
John Lyon founded Harrow in 15D2
for the ''education of poor boys who were
;jpt,' to use his own phrase. Half
a century later fee-pa^ying pupils were
taken to supplement the stipends of tlie
Lyon is still in existence under the jui
nuisic, geometry, and astronomy. The
teaching was, of course, purely* oral.
term 'Wrangler,' which obtains to-day
scholars were taught in one big room bv
paid, so that they resorted to tho prac
tice of taking paying pupils to supple
vii^ ?
which some people imagine were a re-
in England for centuries previously, were
the first of their kind in Britain. Gram-
mar Schools were in being long before
Originally, they were founded by the
monks, who were the teachers, and who
Henry VIII sent the schools into tem-
porary oblivion, and they recovered their
of Edward VI, who, for a monetary con-
sideration, granted charters for their re-
The monks educated poor children to
become choir boys, and taught them
established schools of their own, and col-
legiate schools, like Eton, Harrow, Win-
chester, and St. Paul's, sprang into being.
Eton, for instance, was founded in 1440
AD., and St. Paul's in 1509. Grammar,
John Lyon founded Harrow in 1592
for the "education of poor boys who were
apt," to use his own phrase. Half
a century later fee-paying pupils were
taken to supplement the stipends of the
Lyon is still in existence under the jur-
music, geometry, and astronomy. The
teaching was, of course, purely oral.
term "Wrangler," which obtains to-day
scholars were taught in one big room by
paid, so that they resorted to the prac-
tice of taking paying pupils to supple-

FRAUD BY AN AMERICAN. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 24 September 1887 [Issue No.12,874] page 11 2019-09-11 16:16 looking man named Ueorge R Thutsby was
looking man named George R. Thursby was
Cadet bucks Gorton's war (Article), Tribune (Sydney, NSW : 1939 - 1976), Wednesday 11 November 1970 [Issue No.1682] page 1 2019-09-10 08:32 waging the struggle against the Gorton Govern
ment's war and conscription policies inside the
The young .man, John Karajas, 23, and a Bachelor
the war-conscription policies because it concerns a per
and degrading nature of the military concepts and train
ing indispensable to leading troops in counter-revolu
Scheyville Officer Training Unit, about 40 miles north
Scheyville OTU is to train men who have been con
scripted into the army to become officers. This is at
are expected to become suitable lower echelon .officers
He added: "The average officer coming out of Schey
ville has an insufficient knowledge of the army, is aggres
wonders' or Tittle boy bastards'."
The ordinary soldiers are taught to hate and fear com
Following his resignation from Scheyville, John Kara
in encouraging draft . resistance and especially in urging
sisters, the aggressive waivconscription policies of the
waging the struggle against the Gorton Govern-
ment's war and conscription policies inside the
The young man, John Karajas, 23, and a Bachelor
the war-conscription policies because it concerns a per-
and degrading nature of the military concepts and train-
ing indispensable to leading troops in counter-revolu-
Scheyville Officer Training Unit, about 40 miles north-
Scheyville OTU is to train men who have been con-
scripted into the army to become officers. This is at-
are expected to become suitable lower echelon officers
He added: "The average officer coming out of Schey-
ville has an insufficient knowledge of the army, is aggres-
wonders' or little boy bastards'."
The ordinary soldiers are taught to hate and fear com-
Following his resignation from Scheyville, John Kara-
in encouraging draft resistance and especially in urging
sisters, the aggressive war-conscription policies of the
7 moves for citizenship fail (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 14 September 1971 [Issue No.12,915] page 3 2019-09-10 08:26 MELBOURNE, Mon
day. - The Immigra
tion Department has re
by Greek-bora Mr Nic
Australia 34J years, his
bom here, and his 83-ycar
In the House of Repre
sentatives today, the Mini
lohnson (Lab, Vic) said
the Immigration Depart
Mr Karajas for naturalisa
"Despite all my unsuccess
for refusing me citizen
MELBOURNE, Mon-
day. - The Immigra-
tion Department has re-
by Greek-born Mr Nic-
Australia 34½ years, his
born here, and his 83-year-
In the House of Repre-
sentatives today, the Mini-
Johnson (Lab, Vic) said
the Immigration Depart-
Mr Karajas for naturalisa-
"Despite all my unsuccess-
for refusing me citizen-
CONSCRIPT BUCKS "MURDER MACHINE" Letters to the Editor (Article), Tribune (Sydney, NSW : 1939 - 1976), Wednesday 30 September 1970 [Issue No.1676] page 11 2019-09-09 22:15 [?]
T have a Bachelor of
? Deolosv. Three years
L chances and register
for the conscription ballot,
degree I passed" my medical
afl(j was taken into the
haVe always been opposed to
in wars, the spirit of excite
nopularly associated with
Jnned forces and the fear of
the Army is a myth. The Ar
' to kill other human beings. I
-feei;-'T was-just — a — pawn to-. ..
Equally the popular con
quickly found out from sol
wan-ant officer say "If you
murderer and applied for dis
charge as a conscientious ob

I have a Bachelor of
in Geology. Three years
my chances and register
for the conscription ballot.
degree I passed my medical
and was taken into the
have always been opposed to
all wars, the spirit of excite-
popularly associated with
armed forces and the fear of
the Army is a myth. The Ar-
to kill other human beings. I
feel. I was just a pawn to-
Equally the popular con-
quickly found out from sol-
warrant officer say "If you
. . ."
murderer and applied for dis-
charge as a conscientious ob-
BALKAN WAR LEGACY. (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 4 July 1914 [Issue No.2,518] page 36 2019-09-09 22:07 over the whole Sebo-Croatian race.
meets are likely to be steadier, and the
over the whole Serbo-Croatian race.
ments are likely to be steadier, and the
BALKAN WAR LEGACY. (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 4 July 1914 [Issue No.2,518] page 36 2019-09-09 22:05 - ''^th^TPan^'
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BALKAN WAR LEGACY
"The Times" expresses the opinion that
the Balkan crisis 1912-13 brought the
Archduke severe disappointment . Austria
had assumed, firstly, that Turkey would
defeat Servia; and secondly, that Bulgaria ,
in the second Balkan war, would over-
whelm Servia, enabling Austria in either
case to intervene, and secure a protectorate
over the whole Sebo-Croatian race.
"These ideas," adds the journal, "placed
the Archduke in antagonism to Servia and
the ideal of the Pan-Serb patisans, hence
the conspiracy to which he was the victim
at Sarajevo is possibly traceable to that
antagonism.
"The new heir is not likely to tread in
his uncle's footsteps . The tendency of
Austria-Hungary will be to stagna-
tion for a while . Constitutional develop-
meets are likely to be steadier, and the
dual system is likely to maintain for some
years the ascendancy hitherto acquired."
THE BALKAN WAR ZONE. (Article), Bowen Independent (Qld. : 1911 - 1954), Saturday 9 September 1916 [Issue No.859] page 5 2019-09-08 00:14 The above map of the Balkan war zone gives in splendid detall an [?] of the posltions on the Salonka
from which in the course of a few works will probabls be the secne of much fighting For many monthis the Allter
foreos working out ward from silonka have selzed imporlant po[?] in a line [?] Lake Presba, on the extreme left
[?] map to Lake Doiran, which [?] morth of Salonika [?] made [?] southward on the
tfloUK jciicotinloved:.Uio ..-French, ,ond British -:«t- i bake I M)6lran f and.iwerc checked. ; 'CavalrvN
cv» ynl^^l)3^ Pl»c*o^.-.betNv°6li':-.Uulirar/timl;!lii*HlsfirMroops. on lhp: Slruina;:M At.: 'Hulffarians clashed witli' the
b(iut'back the biicnijvuncl arc advancing'towards the mountain passes
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The above map of the Balkan war zone gives in splendid detail an indication of the positions on the Salonika
front which, in the course of a few weeks, will probably be the scene of much fighting. For many months the Allied
forces working outward from Salonika, have seized important points in a line from Lake Presba, on the extreme left
of the map to Lake Doiran, which lies due north of Salonika. Recently the Bulgarians made a move southward on the
centre and flank positions. They encountered the French and British at Lake Doiran and were checked. Cavalry
conflicts took place between Bulgar and British troops on the Struma. At Seres the Bulgarians clashed with the
the Greeks, and on the Serbian border the Serbs beat back the enemy, and are advancing towards the mountain passes
for home.
BALKAN "WAR" ON STEAMER (Article), The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser (NSW : 1862 - 1931), Monday 11 August 1913 page 2 2019-09-07 23:52 - BALKAN * WMPL-^Pf:'
Ttio «teamer^P»nnfni*;*rrfvpd*t
New.YOTk, from IrfB^^Sl* -!??
numimrof imm(g-»ijiB. Afttilnlalure
war. wagfd tirro^l^t j the voyago
between Uie- Or«)pi ^erliani, JJuI
? Xbt um.rlai.w.^nl^ A*^
BALKAN "WAR" ON
STEAMER.
The steamer Pannovia arrived at
New York, from Trieste, with a large
number of immigrants. A miniature
war waged throughout the voyage
between the Greeks, Servians, Bul-
garians, and Turks.
The disturbance continued until
nearly every participant was
wounded.

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