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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,448
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,187
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,278,630
5 Rhonda.M 3,103,123
...
1747 gpepper 19,272
1748 GlenRuth 19,269
1749 alanbrown1961 19,242
1750 Irisflower 19,227
1751 Salamander 19,212
1752 AngusPearson 19,206

19,227 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 33
August 2019 54
July 2019 7
March 2019 63
February 2019 1,969
January 2019 4,060
December 2018 426
November 2018 1,915
October 2018 53
April 2018 49
March 2018 421
February 2018 665
January 2018 818
October 2017 33
July 2017 154
June 2017 944
May 2017 278
April 2017 668
March 2017 19
February 2017 1,912
January 2017 946
December 2016 664
November 2016 1,575
October 2016 1,501

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,246
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,187
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,278,609
5 Rhonda.M 3,103,110
...
1909 debiann67 16,651
1910 shanemarsh 16,648
1911 AlanWheeley 16,636
1912 Irisflower 16,624
1913 Jabber56 16,588
1914 Stephans 16,586

16,624 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 33
August 2019 54
July 2019 7
March 2019 63
February 2019 1,883
January 2019 2,810
December 2018 390
November 2018 1,843
October 2018 53
April 2018 49
March 2018 421
February 2018 665
January 2018 776
October 2017 32
July 2017 143
June 2017 917
May 2017 278
April 2017 668
March 2017 19
February 2017 1,895
January 2017 781
December 2016 191
November 2016 1,202
October 2016 1,451

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,506
2 PhilThomas 128,849
3 mickbrook 107,877
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,233
...
31 zdone 3,017
32 metrotextual 2,637
33 wiluna 2,622
34 Irisflower 2,603
35 trovulator 2,599
36 Joanne5Trove 2,203

2,603 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2019 86
January 2019 1,250
December 2018 36
November 2018 72
January 2018 42
October 2017 1
July 2017 11
June 2017 27
February 2017 17
January 2017 165
December 2016 473
November 2016 373
October 2016 50


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Advertising (Advertising), The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 26 March 1952 [Issue No.43] page 2 2019-09-28 08:55
MORRIS . WOLSELEY . RILEY & M.G. CARS . MORRIS-COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
Advertising (Advertising), The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 26 March 1952 [Issue No.43] page 2 2019-09-28 08:54 The best little a car in the world..
So lovely to look ot?you'll foil for the Minor's
dashing lines?U s a beautiful little car!
So strong, yet so light? mono-construction of
body ana chassis eliminates dead-weight?the family
So sure in braking, always-certain, always-safe Lock
So serene on bumps and pot-holes?fully inde
_roods/_._
So easy to park ... so simple to garage, so nimble
in traffic, too?its compact siie makes it a pleasure to
drive?anywhere!
So far on so little petrol?owners report well over
40 m.p.g.?that's real petrol economy!
This is the ideal car for the family?the brilliant, beautiful little Morris Minor!
expensive car?independent front suspension, "mono-construction,"
capacious luggage boot, safety doors and windows . .. room for four adults.
You'll admire its "airflow" styling, too?and its petrol consumption averages
There's no doubt about if?whichever way you look af the Morris Minor
2 DOOR SALOON-4 DOOR SALOON-CONVERTIBLE TOURER
MORRIS WOLSELEY RILEY & M.G. CARS MORRIS-COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
i'WWW\ THEY ARE SOLD AND SERVICED BY AUTHORISED NUFFIELD DISTRIBUTORS
The best little Family car in the world...
So lovely to look at—you'll fall for the Minor's
dashing lines—it's a beautiful little car!
So strong, yet so light—mono-construction of
body and chassis eliminates dead-weight—the family
So sure in braking, always-certain, always-safe Lock-
So serene on bumps and pot-holes—fully inde-
roads!
So easy to park . . . so simple to garage, so nimble
in traffic, too—its compact size makes it a pleasure to
drive—anywhere!
So far on so little petrol—owners report well over
40 m.p.g.—that's real petrol economy!
This is the ideal car for the family—the brilliant, beautiful little Morris Minor!
expensive car—independent front suspension, "mono-construction,"
capacious luggage boot, safety doors and windows . . . room for four adults.
You'll admire its "airflow" styling, too—and its petrol consumption averages
There's no doubt about if—whichever way you look at the Morris Minor
2 DOOR SALOON — 4 DOOR SALOON — CONVERTIBLE TOURER
NUFFIELD PRODUCTS
THEY ARE SOLD AND SERVICED BY AUTHORISED NUFFIELD DISTRIBUTORS
Advertising (Advertising), The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 3 September 1958 [Issue No.13] page 14 2019-09-28 08:42 üJÁéti I foca/e kxmjtf
need a car to get to work - but how your wife needs one at
afterwards, doing the shopping, going visiting - household
'Minor'-both expressing economical family motoring at its
very best. You can own a 'Major' and a 'Minor'-get
all the benefits of two-car motoring the Morris way - for
MORRIS 'MAJOR' . MORRIS MINOR 'lOOO'
Se -Prienc/ly -Pam fly cars
"I'm happy now
when I leave home!"
need a car to get to work — but how your wife needs one at
afterwards, doing the shopping, going visiting — household
'Minor' — both expressing economical family motoring at its
very best. You can own a 'Major' and a 'Minor' — get
all the benefits of two-car motoring the Morris way — for
MORRIS 'MAJOR' ° MORRIS MINOR '1000'
the friendly family cars
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Saturday 25 January 1902 [Issue No.7061] page 16 2019-08-28 14:04 SMITH.— The Friends of Mr. WILLIAM SMITH arc
kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late be
Mr. A. Walters, Spring-st., Burwood, THIS (SATURDAY')
AFTERNOON, at 8 o'clock, to Enfield Cemetery,
II. HART and SONS, Undertakers,
. Burwood and Ashfleld.
SMlTIITIiS - FrTohda -of MK(itid '-'Iffirs; 'A; WALTERS
aro kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their
our resMoftO)/ Springer,, Burwoodp THIS (SATURDAY)
II. IIART and 60NS, Undertakers,
SMITH.— The Friends of Mr. WILLIAM SMITH are
kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late be-
Mr. A. Walters, Spring-st., Burwood, THIS (SATURDAY)
AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, to Enfield Cemetery,
H. HART and SONS, Undertakers,
Burwood and Ashfleld.
SMlTH.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. WALTERS
are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their
our residence, Spring-st., Burwood, THIS (SATURDAY)
H. HART and S0NS, Undertakers,
THE DEATH OF JAMES TAYLOR. A PECULIAR CASE. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Thursday 23 January 1902 [Issue No.10,802] page 4 2019-08-28 13:43 ?'?;- ?..'-;?'?.?.'' £?;.'??;.?:-?? ''-: '?' ?'--?? ??'??-:;.-'*.??'??????' ?''.??.' ,,
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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 24 January 1902 [Issue No.19,929] page 1 2019-08-28 13:33 SMITH -January 23 at the Cottage Hospital. Burwood,
Elizabeth, wife of William Smith, of Camden
SMITH.—January 23, at the Cottage Hospital, Burwood,
Elizabeth, wife of William Smith, of Camden.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Stock and Station Journal (NSW : 1896 - 1924), Monday 27 January 1902 [Issue No.93] page 3 2019-08-28 13:29 .SMITH.— January 23. at the; Cottage Hospital.
Burwood. Elizabeth, wife of William
Smith of Camden
SMITH.— January 23, at the, Cottage Hospital,
Burwood, Elizabeth, wife of William
Smith of Camden.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 6 December 1887 [Issue No.15,506] page 1 2019-08-26 13:15 BROWN - ^IMtBberS, at the residence of her parents, Quocn
tfüsiirtown, Frances Mary (Madge), tho eldest and beloved
I SSletcfOaptaln J. W.andEllzaBrown, aged 27 years.
CARTER - m» l, at Melbourne, Victoria, Alfred Montrose,
ItMataaef û*org' Hetbl>rt ftn<1 Jano Carter, Bellevue, Wood
' flinn, MBäoa.
»ut.mil-Oetobcr SO, at Old Kent-road, London, Elisabeth
uSSi, of bronchitis, aged 79, beloved mother of William
I vfiS, ?(. 'Ohn'* Behool, Parramatta.
GEGGIE -December 4, at Lyttleton, Lawson, the residence of
HAYES. - at his residence, Neutral Bay, Patrick Hayes, in his
PALMER - November 6, accidentally killed at the Sydney Ice
? their loss.
PEAKE -SMember 5, 1887, at IS, Wavcrley-road, Marion Hen«
Vati, tie beloved wife of Richard Peake, aged 35 years.
lif. liverpool (Eng.) paper« please copy.
PRESTON -Hovember SO, 1887, suddenly, at her mother's
natbsoe, Livlngitone-road, Marrickville, Elizabeth, tho
i Mont «ti* of Thomas Preston, in her 29th year.
REDMOND -December 1,1887, at the residence of her parents,
TitlorlMtreet, Waverley, Johanna Mary, daughter of Janies
iii Kste Redmond, aged 7 months.
RICHARDS -December 5, at his residence, Fermo, Oraond
!MHt,AiUeld, William Hewlson Richards, aged 75 years.
TYE -December 2, at Morvale, Newtown, Norman Leslie
BROWN.—December 5, at the residence of her parents, Queen-
street, Newtown, Frances Mary (Madge), the eldest and beloved
daughter of Captaln J. W. and Ellza Brown, aged 27 years.
CARTER.—May 1, at Melbourne, Victoria, Alfred Montrose,
eldest son of George herbert and Jane Carter, Bellevue, Wood
Green, London.
DUMAR.—October 20, at Old Kent-road, London, Elizabeth
Dumar, of bronchitis, aged 79, beloved mother of William
Dumar, St. John's School, Parramatta.
GEGGIE.—December 4, at Lyttleton, Lawson, the residence of
HAYES.—at his residence, Neutral Bay, Patrick Hayes, in his
PALMER.—November 6, accidentally killed at the Sydney Ice
mourn their loss.
PEAKE.—December 5, 1887, at 96, Waverley-road, Marion Hen-
rietta, the beloved wife of Richard Peake, aged 38 years.
R.I.P. Liverpool (Eng.) papers please copy.
PRESTON.—November 30, 1887, suddenly, at her mother's
residence, Livingstone-road, Marrickville, Elizabeth, the
beloved wife of Thomas Preston, in her 29th year.
REDMOND.—December 1,1887, at the residence of her parents,
Victoria-street, Waverley, Johanna Mary, daughter of James
and Kate Redmond, aged 7 months.
RICHARDS.—December 5, at his residence, Fermo, Ormond-
street, Ashfield, William Hewison Richards, aged 75 years.
TYE.—December 2, at Morvale, Newtown, Norman Leslie
MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. (Article), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Tuesday 8 November 1859 [Issue No.1789] page 2 2019-08-20 18:52 ton on the 18th May. with Intent to do him grievious bodily
partners, burning off, at Neotsfield, They lived in two tents,
they did, After that, the two men went to Falkiner's public
told him not to hurt the child , and Roach in reply said, " You
kill him! I'll kill the whole - mob of them!" He then
then made a blow at him with the adze, and cut off the littlc
finger from his left hand, after which thev had a struggle,
sobriety of Morley was a matter of ,very great improbability
self-defence, mid without any felonious intent.
ton on the 18th May, with Intent to do him grievious bodily
partners, burning off, at Neotsfield. They lived in two tents,
they did. After that, the two men went to Falkiner's public-
told him not to hurt the child ; and Roach in reply said, " You
kill him! I'll kill the whole — mob of them!" He then
would cut her — head off. Morley seeing this, got an un-
then made a blow at him with the adze, and cut off the little
finger from his left hand, after which they had a struggle,
sobriety of Morley was a matter of very great improbability
self-defence, and without any felonious intent.

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