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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,779,084
2 noelwoodhouse 3,894,827
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,269,949
5 Rhonda.M 3,092,289
...
155 c-l-h 324,132
156 smotteram 322,012
157 Tabbers 320,900
158 iwalter 319,441
159 gailv 317,168
160 themonument78 316,646

319,441 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 864
September 2019 1,744
August 2019 1,190
July 2019 1,129
June 2019 2,398
May 2019 2,728
April 2019 2,130
March 2019 3,154
February 2019 5,446
January 2019 4,339
December 2018 8,284
November 2018 9,846
October 2018 6,007
September 2018 2,274
August 2018 1,073
July 2018 1,783
June 2018 1,624
May 2018 2,018
April 2018 1,983
March 2018 4,208
February 2018 9,444
January 2018 2,368
December 2017 4,185
November 2017 2,891
October 2017 1,403
September 2017 2,930
August 2017 2,156
July 2017 726
June 2017 444
May 2017 267
April 2017 767
March 2017 1,035
February 2017 421
January 2017 1,479
December 2016 4,256
November 2016 4,795
October 2016 1,992
September 2016 2,923
August 2016 2,938
July 2016 1,177
June 2016 1,095
May 2016 665
April 2016 962
March 2016 2,077
February 2016 1,870
January 2016 3,203
December 2015 1,624
November 2015 2,021
October 2015 2,116
September 2015 1,258
August 2015 1,672
July 2015 1,680
June 2015 2,739
May 2015 2,145
April 2015 3,261
March 2015 1,565
February 2015 1,165
January 2015 1,921
December 2014 1,956
November 2014 593
October 2014 3,653
September 2014 3,006
August 2014 2,169
July 2014 2,138
June 2014 4,680
May 2014 767
April 2014 1,338
March 2014 4,200
February 2014 1,818
January 2014 2,685
December 2013 4,045
November 2013 1,478
October 2013 1,286
September 2013 2,464
August 2013 3,220
July 2013 3,114
June 2013 1,132
May 2013 3,799
April 2013 4,579
March 2013 3,347
February 2013 5,788
January 2013 6,894
December 2012 3,188
November 2012 3,265
October 2012 9,131
September 2012 6,388
August 2012 1,628
July 2012 3,666
June 2012 1,884
May 2012 455
April 2012 706
March 2012 510
February 2012 1,086
January 2012 750
December 2011 2,987
November 2011 1,271
September 2011 370
August 2011 1,413
June 2011 895
May 2011 723
April 2011 2,380
March 2011 2,157
February 2011 1,013
January 2011 2,016
December 2010 1,921
November 2010 1,836
October 2010 2,046
September 2010 3,708
August 2010 3,018
July 2010 2,380
June 2010 2,800
May 2010 3,058
April 2010 1,029
March 2010 3,034
February 2010 1,208
January 2010 2,734
December 2009 4,601
November 2009 1,664
October 2009 3,407
September 2009 693
August 2009 1,501
July 2009 989
June 2009 1,221
May 2009 1,129
April 2009 1,883
March 2009 1,174
February 2009 1,374
January 2009 2,634
December 2008 2,023
November 2008 2,487

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,778,882
2 noelwoodhouse 3,894,827
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,269,928
5 Rhonda.M 3,092,276
...
153 c-l-h 324,132
154 smotteram 321,976
155 Tabbers 320,900
156 iwalter 319,441
157 gailv 316,520
158 themonument78 316,335

319,441 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 864
September 2019 1,744
August 2019 1,190
July 2019 1,129
June 2019 2,398
May 2019 2,728
April 2019 2,130
March 2019 3,154
February 2019 5,446
January 2019 4,339
December 2018 8,284
November 2018 9,846
October 2018 6,007
September 2018 2,274
August 2018 1,073
July 2018 1,783
June 2018 1,624
May 2018 2,018
April 2018 1,983
March 2018 4,208
February 2018 9,444
January 2018 2,368
December 2017 4,185
November 2017 2,891
October 2017 1,403
September 2017 2,930
August 2017 2,156
July 2017 726
June 2017 444
May 2017 267
April 2017 767
March 2017 1,035
February 2017 421
January 2017 1,479
December 2016 4,256
November 2016 4,795
October 2016 1,992
September 2016 2,923
August 2016 2,938
July 2016 1,177
June 2016 1,095
May 2016 665
April 2016 962
March 2016 2,077
February 2016 1,870
January 2016 3,203
December 2015 1,624
November 2015 2,021
October 2015 2,116
September 2015 1,258
August 2015 1,672
July 2015 1,680
June 2015 2,739
May 2015 2,145
April 2015 3,261
March 2015 1,565
February 2015 1,165
January 2015 1,921
December 2014 1,956
November 2014 593
October 2014 3,653
September 2014 3,006
August 2014 2,169
July 2014 2,138
June 2014 4,680
May 2014 767
April 2014 1,338
March 2014 4,200
February 2014 1,818
January 2014 2,685
December 2013 4,045
November 2013 1,478
October 2013 1,286
September 2013 2,464
August 2013 3,220
July 2013 3,114
June 2013 1,132
May 2013 3,799
April 2013 4,579
March 2013 3,347
February 2013 5,788
January 2013 6,894
December 2012 3,188
November 2012 3,265
October 2012 9,131
September 2012 6,388
August 2012 1,628
July 2012 3,666
June 2012 1,884
May 2012 455
April 2012 706
March 2012 510
February 2012 1,086
January 2012 750
December 2011 2,987
November 2011 1,271
September 2011 370
August 2011 1,413
June 2011 895
May 2011 723
April 2011 2,380
March 2011 2,157
February 2011 1,013
January 2011 2,016
December 2010 1,921
November 2010 1,836
October 2010 2,046
September 2010 3,708
August 2010 3,018
July 2010 2,380
June 2010 2,800
May 2010 3,058
April 2010 1,029
March 2010 3,034
February 2010 1,208
January 2010 2,734
December 2009 4,601
November 2009 1,664
October 2009 3,407
September 2009 693
August 2009 1,501
July 2009 989
June 2009 1,221
May 2009 1,129
April 2009 1,883
March 2009 1,174
February 2009 1,374
January 2009 2,634
December 2008 2,023
November 2008 2,487

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Recent corrections

Article Changed Old lines New lines
Harboring Escaped Prisoners. A SERIOUS CHARGE. SIX MEN BEFORE THE COURT. SENSATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS. ACCUSED REMANDED. (Article), Southern Times (Bunbury, WA : 1888 - 1916), Thursday 18 January 1906 [Issue No.60] page 5 2019-10-14 19:33 Brashaw, J.'sP., occupied the Bench
Brashaw, J.'s P., occupied the Bench
Harboring Escaped Prisoners. A SERIOUS CHARGE. SIX MEN BEFORE THE COURT. SENSATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS. ACCUSED REMANDED. (Article), Southern Times (Bunbury, WA : 1888 - 1916), Thursday 18 January 1906 [Issue No.60] page 5 2019-10-14 19:33 hut he did Hot know who it was>
They arrested Cavanagh in Wind
when lie was brought into the centre
were a lot of men. but I find von
locked. When they were coming, near
not think he was. He was not aw
He believed Slee had been in Buubury
room, Harrison being present. Wit
ness did not wake up any of the ac
To the Bench'.—They tried to break
He had seen the front door open be
fore. Mention was made by Cavan
agh concerning a purse and after lie
was arrested and handcuffed he call
ed out -"look out for the purse." Wit
ness told P.c. Dillon to search in the"
rugs which were lyitng on the floor
Abraham Lougheed Evans, Ser
geant of Police, and Constables Per
rival Andrew Dillon and Frank Wil
liam Pearce, corroborated the pre
also gave particulars • as to where
articles found on him were £13 lis.
fid. cash, a gold ring, a knife,
hut he did not know who it was.
They arrested Cavanagh in Wind-
when he was brought into the centre
were a lot of men. but I find you
locked. When they were coming near
not think he was. He was not aw-
He believed Slee had been in Buunury
room, Harrison being present. Wit-
ness did not wake up any of the ac-
To the Bench.—They tried to break
He had seen the front door open be-
fore. Mention was made by Cavan-
agh concerning a purse and after he
was arrested and handcuffed he call-
ed out -"look out for the purse." Wit-
ness told P.c. Dillon to search in the
rugs which were lying on the floor
Abraham Lougheed Evans, Ser-
geant of Police, and Constables Per-
cival Andrew Dillon and Frank Wil-
liam Pearce, corroborated the pre-
also gave particulars as to where
articles found on him were £13 11s.
9d. cash, a gold ring, a knife,
Harboring Escaped Prisoners. A SERIOUS CHARGE. SIX MEN BEFORE THE COURT. SENSATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS. ACCUSED REMANDED. (Article), Southern Times (Bunbury, WA : 1888 - 1916), Thursday 18 January 1906 [Issue No.60] page 5 2019-10-14 19:30 place on the morning of the lath
found the two escapees—Slee • and
Cavauagh—on the premises. Pre
inside "Well, you won't b well,
the side .entrance about 12 yards from1
admission. They met one of the es
some one coining out of the house
place on the morning of the 15th
found the two escapees—Slee and
Cavanagh—on the premises. Pre-
inside "Well, you won't b— well
the side entrance about 12 yards from
admission. They met one of the es-
some one coming out of the house
Harboring Escaped Prisoners. A SERIOUS CHARGE. SIX MEN BEFORE THE COURT. SENSATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS. ACCUSED REMANDED. (Article), Southern Times (Bunbury, WA : 1888 - 1916), Thursday 18 January 1906 [Issue No.60] page 5 2019-10-14 19:29 SENSATIONAL COMMUNICA
Messrs. C. E. Spencer and H. i
Brashaw, J.'sP., occulted the Bench
at the Police Court on Tuesday af
Harrison, Andrew Windgate and Al
bert Perry were charged with "that!
they «yd harbour two escaped prison
ers, \ viz., William Slee and Thomas
Cavauagh, well knowing them to he
such at the lime, contrary to" 1 and
2 Edward VII, No. 14, section Its."
J'ames Henry Dixon, agent for the
said he Tented a portion of it to a
accused. l!c was paying 7s. (id
George Brown, a water police con
stable stationed -at Buubury, staled
SENSATIONAL COMMUNICA-
Messrs. C. E. Spencer and H.
Brashaw, J.'sP., occupied the Bench
at the Police Court on Tuesday af-
Harrison, Andrew Windgate and Al-
bert Perry were charged with "that
they did harbour two escaped prison-
ers, viz., William Slee and Thomas
Cavanagh, well knowing them to be
such at the time, contrary to 1 and
2 Edward VII, No. 14, section 148."
James Henry Dixon, agent for the
said he rented a portion of it to a
accused. He was paying 7s. 6d
George Brown, a water police con-
stable stationed at Bunbury, stated
ALLEGED WRONGFUL IMPRISONMENT. £2,500 DAMAGES CLAIMED. A QUESTION OF INTEREST. (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Monday 22 September 1902 [Issue No.8,451] page 1 2019-10-14 19:25 In the Supreme Court this morning, be
six, the hearing 'was resumed of an action
Bunbury dealer, momev lender, sheriffs
officer, and general agent, for £2,500 dam
? James Henry Dixon, the defendant, con
police court, the magistrate dismissed [ it
'Mr. Harney: You have a good many
Not quite that. .
?per cent. 1 ? i ,
. Had you any fault to find with Costa,
' *,N°. ' .-'??'
Had you anything against his charac
ter? ' ?
.So, . : . ' .?;,.? ,...
...He had a farm at Picton? i,:. ? . . .
I don't .think so. ' .
they worth? ,
Yes. I should sav they were. worth
the pedigree of the horse. (Laughter.)'
In the Supreme Court this morning, be-
six, the hearing was resumed of an action
Bunbury dealer, monev lender, sheriff's
officer, and general agent, for £2,500 dam-
James Henry Dixon, the defendant, con-
police court, the magistrate dismissed it
Mr. Harney: You have a good many
Not quite that.
per cent. ?
Had you any fault to find with Costa,
No.
Had you anything against his charac-
No.
...He had a farm at Picton?
I don't think so.
they worth?
Yes. I should say they were worth
the pedigree of the horse. (Laughter.)
Stealing. (Article), Bunbury Herald (WA : 1892 - 1919), Monday 23 July 1906 [Issue No.1729] page 2 2019-10-14 19:22 A man named Win. Collis was charged
with cohabiting with an aboriginal half
A man named Wm. Collis was charged
with cohabiting with an aboriginal half-
SUPREME COURT. Tuesday, August 8. NO. 1 COURT. (Before the Chief Justice.) Resumption of Crown Grants. (Article), The Inquirer and Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 - 1901), Friday 11 August 1899 [Issue No.3,251] page 1 2019-10-14 19:21 abstract), which was not resomable nader the
being paid. Tint was the construction he
with that his Honor had nothing 'to do. Land
resumed under 15 Victoria. 33. Wherever,
would be judgment for the defendant, witJi
This was an action- to recover £70 7s. 2d.,
As Hie defendant said that he would be
a certain receipt, said to have been ^iven by
adjourned to the following day, for tie pro-'
ductioa of the receipt in question.
abstract), which was not resonable under the
being paid. That was the construction he
with that his Honor had nothing to do. Land
resumed under 15 Victoria, 33. Wherever,
would be judgment for the defendant, with
This was an action to recover £70 7s. 2d.,
As the defendant said that he would be
a certain receipt, said to have been given by
adjourned to the following day, for the pro-
duction of the receipt in question.
SUPREME COURT. Tuesday, August 8. NO. 1 COURT. (Before the Chief Justice.) Resumption of Crown Grants. (Article), The Inquirer and Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 - 1901), Friday 11 August 1899 [Issue No.3,251] page 1 2019-10-14 19:20 or other works of public utilitv or conveni
within the words 'roads, brid'-es. canals.etc.'
davs of the colony, when it was far re
eardens and other works of advanced civili
sation — which his Honor was gl'd to see ar
however, time advanced, and it became evi
purposes, the Legislature passad the Resump
tion Act of 18 34, under which l&r.ds could
that section had stood by itself, tie Crown
was section 9. wliich said that 'any lands
. . -tiie whole of which the Crown is en
been taken for the purpose of a botanical gar
could bo, taken, and was. in' fact, resumed,
s.-id that where land was resumed (in the
or other works of public utilitv or conveni-
within the words 'roads, bridges. canals.etc.'
davs of the colony, when it was far re-
gardens and other works of advanced civili
sation — which his Honor was glad to see ar-
however, time advanced, and it became evi-
purposes, the Legislature passed the Resump-
tion Act of 18 34, under which lands could
that section had stood by itself, the Crown
was section 9. which said that 'any lands
the whole of which the Crown is en-
been taken for the purpose of a botanical gar-
could be taken, and was. in' fact, resumed,
said that where land was resumed (in the
SUPREME COURT. Tuesday, August 8. NO. 1 COURT. (Before the Chief Justice.) Resumption of Crown Grants. (Article), The Inquirer and Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 - 1901), Friday 11 August 1899 [Issue No.3,251] page 1 2019-10-14 19:18 James Henry Diron, an auctioneer of Bun
the Commissioner for Crown Lands to re
the suppliant, and Mr. Bumside for the Com
terms of that {rrant was a reservation, 'pro-
-e lawful for us, our heirs, etc., to resume and
enter upon possession' of any part of the said
a- pla— ground was in direct opposition to a
the land ?which was the subject in dispute
which reserved to Her Majesty and her suc
cessors the rieht to resume a certain portion
ence.' This land was now wantod. it was
admitted, for a purpose not within the pur
James Henry Dixon, an auctioneer of Bun
the Commissioner for Crown Lands to re-
the suppliant, and Mr. Bumside for the Com-
terms of that grant was a reservation, pro-
be lawful for us, our heirs, etc., to resume and
enter upon possession of any part of the said
a play ground was in direct opposition to a
the land which was the subject in dispute
which reserved to Her Majesty and her suc-
cessors the right to resume a certain portion
ence.' This land was now wanted. it was
admitted, for a purpose not within the pur-
Local Court. (Article), Southern Times (Bunbury, WA : 1888 - 1916), Thursday 14 September 1905 [Issue No.8] page 5 2019-10-14 19:16 Walker)w submitted three points (I)
Council commit it, and (3) What Was
Act, (2) That the terms of the no
on the land was not a notice or de
The following cases were undtiend
A. V. Fowler v. Ike Smith, lor
lent, £9 and 15s.. costs ; C. Hi
neglect, £11 4s., and £1 19s. lid.
10s. 9d. and £1 lis. 6d. costs ; C.
goods sold aod delivered, £1 2s. Sd.
lis. 3d. and 6s. costs ; G. R. Teede
McGowan, meat supplied, £l"8s. 3d.
and 6s. costs ; A_. J. Hill v, G.
Clarke, meat supplied, £1 14s. Sd.
and 6s. costs ;*A. J. Hill v. R. Bel
meat supplied, 13s. lid. and 6s. oosts
Walker), submitted three points (I)
Council commit it, and (3) What was
Act, (2) That the terms of the no-
on the land was not a notice or de-
The following cases were undefend-
A. V. Fowler v. Ike Smith, for
lent, £9 and 15s.. costs ; C. H.
neglect, £11 4s., and £1 19s. 11d.
10s. 9d. and £1 11s. 6d. costs ; C.
goods sold and delivered, £1 2s. Sd.
11s. 3d. and 6s. costs ; G. R. Teede
McGowan, meat supplied, £1 8s. 3d.
and 6s. costs ; A. J. Hill v, G.
Clarke, meat supplied, £1 14s. 8d.
and 6s. costs ;A. J. Hill v. R. Bel
meat supplied, 13s. lid. and 6s. costs

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