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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,787,058
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,914
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,226
5 Rhonda.M 3,099,980
...
11 culroym 1,979,100
12 maurielyn 1,761,571
13 Scottishlass 1,653,245
14 JudyClayden 1,635,538
15 SheffieldPark 1,626,392
16 gravesandbones 1,457,075

1,635,538 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4,114
September 2019 11,370
August 2019 12,047
July 2019 13,461
June 2019 19,622
May 2019 12,272
April 2019 6,884
March 2019 7,788
February 2019 13,321
January 2019 12,011
December 2018 10,307
November 2018 10,301
October 2018 13,551
September 2018 5,481
August 2018 6,012
July 2018 12,503
June 2018 7,518
May 2018 7,794
April 2018 4,895
March 2018 2,566
February 2018 5,668
January 2018 15,073
December 2017 5,217
November 2017 6,896
October 2017 8,816
September 2017 10,416
August 2017 8,020
July 2017 6,753
June 2017 2,925
May 2017 2,957
April 2017 5,756
March 2017 3,459
February 2017 4,152
January 2017 7,010
December 2016 4,698
November 2016 6,087
October 2016 7,300
September 2016 12,231
August 2016 13,080
July 2016 10,529
June 2016 11,382
May 2016 1,716
April 2016 2,166
March 2016 10,516
February 2016 4,903
January 2016 13,984
December 2015 5,001
November 2015 8,248
October 2015 8,562
September 2015 4,883
August 2015 18,416
July 2015 8,726
June 2015 3,855
May 2015 9,093
April 2015 8,694
March 2015 9,956
February 2015 5,494
January 2015 18,397
December 2014 18,014
November 2014 11,500
October 2014 13,780
September 2014 14,654
August 2014 8,593
July 2014 10,873
June 2014 14,674
May 2014 9,728
April 2014 12,146
March 2014 12,065
February 2014 10,225
January 2014 38,968
December 2013 37,158
November 2013 22,763
October 2013 20,267
September 2013 16,456
August 2013 23,126
July 2013 23,608
June 2013 22,785
May 2013 14,725
April 2013 32,311
March 2013 22,880
February 2013 22,331
January 2013 40,986
December 2012 45,571
November 2012 35,689
October 2012 32,029
September 2012 2,331
August 2012 9,701
July 2012 25,816
June 2012 25,255
May 2012 38,699
April 2012 17,134
March 2012 9,371
February 2012 26,407
January 2012 30,087
December 2011 31,635
November 2011 36,682
October 2011 30,157
September 2011 24,723
August 2011 18,564
July 2011 16,086
June 2011 11,469
May 2011 14,533
April 2011 10,399
March 2011 5,936
February 2011 14,435
January 2011 17,394
December 2010 11,310
November 2010 12,341
October 2010 8,597
September 2010 11,605
August 2010 15,572
July 2010 16,937
June 2010 16,133
May 2010 11,033
April 2010 8,756
March 2010 7,593
February 2010 5,179
January 2010 5,118
December 2009 5,792

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,856
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,914
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,205
5 Rhonda.M 3,099,967
...
11 culroym 1,977,625
12 maurielyn 1,761,568
13 Scottishlass 1,653,245
14 JudyClayden 1,635,068
15 SheffieldPark 1,625,820
16 gravesandbones 1,457,075

1,635,068 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4,114
September 2019 11,370
August 2019 12,047
July 2019 13,461
June 2019 19,622
May 2019 12,272
April 2019 6,884
March 2019 7,788
February 2019 13,321
January 2019 12,011
December 2018 10,307
November 2018 10,301
October 2018 13,551
September 2018 5,481
August 2018 6,012
July 2018 12,503
June 2018 7,518
May 2018 7,794
April 2018 4,895
March 2018 2,566
February 2018 5,668
January 2018 15,062
December 2017 5,217
November 2017 6,896
October 2017 8,816
September 2017 10,416
August 2017 8,020
July 2017 6,753
June 2017 2,925
May 2017 2,957
April 2017 5,297
March 2017 3,459
February 2017 4,152
January 2017 7,010
December 2016 4,698
November 2016 6,087
October 2016 7,300
September 2016 12,231
August 2016 13,080
July 2016 10,529
June 2016 11,382
May 2016 1,716
April 2016 2,166
March 2016 10,516
February 2016 4,903
January 2016 13,984
December 2015 5,001
November 2015 8,248
October 2015 8,562
September 2015 4,883
August 2015 18,416
July 2015 8,726
June 2015 3,855
May 2015 9,093
April 2015 8,694
March 2015 9,956
February 2015 5,494
January 2015 18,397
December 2014 18,014
November 2014 11,500
October 2014 13,780
September 2014 14,654
August 2014 8,593
July 2014 10,873
June 2014 14,674
May 2014 9,728
April 2014 12,146
March 2014 12,065
February 2014 10,225
January 2014 38,968
December 2013 37,158
November 2013 22,763
October 2013 20,267
September 2013 16,456
August 2013 23,126
July 2013 23,608
June 2013 22,785
May 2013 14,725
April 2013 32,311
March 2013 22,880
February 2013 22,331
January 2013 40,986
December 2012 45,571
November 2012 35,689
October 2012 32,029
September 2012 2,331
August 2012 9,701
July 2012 25,816
June 2012 25,255
May 2012 38,699
April 2012 17,134
March 2012 9,371
February 2012 26,407
January 2012 30,087
December 2011 31,635
November 2011 36,682
October 2011 30,157
September 2011 24,723
August 2011 18,564
July 2011 16,086
June 2011 11,469
May 2011 14,533
April 2011 10,399
March 2011 5,936
February 2011 14,435
January 2011 17,394
December 2010 11,310
November 2010 12,341
October 2010 8,597
September 2010 11,605
August 2010 15,572
July 2010 16,937
June 2010 16,133
May 2010 11,033
April 2010 8,756
March 2010 7,593
February 2010 5,179
January 2010 5,118
December 2009 5,792

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,377
2 PhilThomas 128,792
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
129 PhilC 481
130 henrydetjen 479
131 paryan 471
132 JudyClayden 470
133 matth888 468
134 chornex 463

470 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2018 11
April 2017 459


Recent corrections

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Co-op Profits Reach New Level Report at Annual Meeting (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Friday 28 March 1947 [Issue No.1010] page 1 2019-10-19 21:40 ;—
Go-op Profits Reach New Level
Report at flnnnal Meeting
at Mf^jimup recently.
the Chairman, Mr. L. Blakers, included
the following items:
Sales: it is with pleasure that
on the^ previous twelve months.
been paid a rebate at th' e rate of
2/- in the pound totalling- £2350.
Co-op Profits Reach New Level
Report at Annual Meeting
at Manjimup recently.
the Chairman, Mr. L. Blakers, in-
cluded the following items:
Sales: It is with pleasure that
on the previous twelve months.
been paid a rebate at the rate of
2/- in the pound totalling £2350.
‘Undesirables’ Camps Women Ordered to Leave (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Friday 21 March 1947 [Issue No.1009] page 12 2019-10-19 21:17 ms
Mr. A. H. Limmer claimed. Recently
it had prosecuted a man
who had used hessian in the erection
of a tobacco kiln, yet tents
Muir with regard to sanitary conveniences,
Mr. Smith said that
period of camping, Mr. Smith added,
In view of the police report
months, after which a fresh application
be made to the Board.
..After a suggestion by Mr. Muir
that the polioe sergeant be asked
motion by Mjv A. E. Hodgson that
the women mentioned in the police
report be ordered to leave the
camping area immediately
so and an eyesore would be creat-
Mr. A. H. Limmer claimed. Re-
cently it had prosecuted a man
who had used hessian in the erec-
tion of a tobacco kiln, yet tents
Muir with regard to sanitary con-
veniences, Mr. Smith said that
period of camping, Mr. Smith ad-
ded, In view of the police report
months, after which a fresh ap-
plication be made to the Board.
After a suggestion by Mr. Muir
that the police sergeant be asked
motion by Mr. A. E. Hodgson that
the women mentioned in the pol-
ice report be ordered to leave the
camping area immediately. . . . . .
‘Undesirables’ Camps Women Ordered to Leave (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Friday 21 March 1947 [Issue No.1009] page 12 2019-10-19 21:10 The
Secretary
(Mr.
Smith)
said that recently
a
man
had
the' area. He was employed in the
district, could get no other
accommodation
and had erected
a
The Secretary (Mr. Smith)
said that recently a man had
the area. He was employed in the
district, could get no other ac-
commodation and had erected a
‘Undesirables’ Camps Women Ordered to Leave (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Friday 21 March 1947 [Issue No.1009] page 12 2019-10-19 21:06 "There has been several complaints
regarding - the conduct of
this is ,a camping area I do not
the Board, a member asked
why
the matter should not toe one for
The Qhairman Mr. Rees
said
Mr. A. C.
Reeve:-
Then
the
people were evidently forced
to
live there owing to the
shortage
•was whether it was intended foxtemporary
camps or all-the-year
"There has been several com-
plaints regarding the conduct of
this is a camping area I do not
the Board, a member asked why
the matter should not be one for
The Chairman Mr. Rees said
Mr. A. C. Reeve: Then the
people were evidently forced to
live there owing to the shortage
was whether it was intended for
temporary camps or all-the-year
‘Undesirables’ Camps Women Ordered to Leave (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Friday 21 March 1947 [Issue No.1009] page 12 2019-10-19 21:03 '"ndesirames Camps
at the, rear of the police station paddock
from the police
For about
twelve
months
a
woman had been living in- a tent
stated. The camp was an
eye-,
sore to the townsite. Durrng
the
woman of dark bipod.
'Undesirables' Camps
at the rear of the police station paddock
from the police.
For about twelve months a
woman had been living in a tent
stated. The camp was an eye-
sore to the townsite. During the
woman of dark blood.
Jardee School Notes. (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Thursday 7 December 1939 [Issue No.548] page 2 2019-10-19 20:46 entertainment. Everv effort is being
entertainment. Every effort is being
Jardee School Notes. (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Thursday 7 December 1939 [Issue No.548] page 2 2019-10-19 20:45 -oOo-
-
Rjiegs jyere run over the 220 and 880
yards corses and a 440 yards walk
was held for fh^ first time. The best
performance of tile ^iternoon was that
of Eva MacArtJiur \vi«3 allowed won-:
dcrfu 1 •'•"•lina in running fhe SSO
yard
,
o mill. 19-5
,,
sees.
, :
bix boys went to Manjimup to play
agaim th» State school at tennis. AI
very ^) 3 o ; ,able afternoon was spentwith
victory pom.ng to our boy S^Two
boys and four represented MaW"!
mup owing to the We*-alence of the
mump>. .l
uniy on e lamily is still Home wic
e mumps. . i
Much practice oeen done this
concert on Wednesday, December 13
at the Tardee hall can be sure of good'
. . - ^ — „ .
enterta:imicnt. Everv effort is fe
„ j . u- -u * j j ?
mad2 <o reach the high standard set
las^ var
Final examinations have been com-:
rjleted and reports will be given outj
I before the end of the vea r .
|week:.Mauve 293- White 270, Red 265.!
Races were run over the 220 and 880
yards courses and a 440 yards walk
was held for the first time. The best
performance of the afternoon was that
of Eva MacArthur who showed won-
derful stamina in running the 880
yard in 3 min. 19-5 secs.
Six boys went to Manjimup to play
against the State school at tennis. A
very enjoyable afternoon was spent with
victory coming to our boys. Two
boys and four girls represented Manji-
mup owing to the prevalence of the
mump.
Only one family is still home with
the mumps.
Much practice been done this
concert on Wednesday, December 13,
at the Jardee hall can be sure of good
entertainment. Everv effort is being
made to reach the high standard set
last year.
pleted and reports will be given out
before the end of the year.
week: Mauve 293, White 270, Red 265,
News and News. Unlawfully Felling a Tree.— (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Thursday 7 March 1940 [Issue No.560] page 1 2019-10-19 20:13 Dingup Junior Farmers.— •
Dingup Junior Farmers' Club is preparing
to hold its annual meeting' on
Dingup . Hall. The meeting will commence
at 8-pjn. Much useful and interesting
work is in sight for the new
else who cares-to lend a hand are cordially
invited.
St. Pat's BalL—
March 15, as they have joyously mingled
for many a year cm 5ta]^3tmup%
big social bcacsion—St- Rati Ball. The
town's s^iop wiridows are' displaying
and the-supper^-well, the good people
calendar, this event .is the year's hest
"date" for meeting jiople.
Dingup Junior Farmers.—
Dingup Junior Farmers' Club is pre-
paring to hold its annual meeting on
Dingup Hall. The meeting will com-
mence at 8 p.m. Much useful and in-
teresting work is in sight for the new
else who cares to lend a hand are cor-
dially invited.
St. Pat's Ball.—
March 15, as they have joyously ming-
led for many a year on Manjimup's
big social ocacsion—St. Pat's Ball. The
town's shop windows are displaying
and the supper—well, the good people
calendar, this event is the year's best
"date" for meeting people.
News and News. Unlawfully Felling a Tree.— (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Thursday 7 March 1940 [Issue No.560] page 1 2019-10-19 20:08 Barne and S- G. Duffield, J's.P-, Char.
Wm. Ahgell and James, J. Ma'oney
been drunk in Manjimup on -the previous
with 3/ costs; in default, three Jajs.
Maloney was fined 10/, with 3/ "costs;
Manjimup Red Cross.— :
of members of the' Manjimup branch
of the Red Cross Society- Every -member
or intending member is asked to
be present as their is much to be discussed
and done on this night: Anyone
wishing to take work from the Commandant
(Mrs. G. S, Griblett) may do
so on Tuesday. ...
Barrie and S. G. Duffield, J's.P., Char.
Wm. Angell and James J. Maloney
been drunk in Manjimup on the previous
with 3/ costs; in default, three days.
Maloney was fined 10/, with 3/ costs;
Manjimup Red Cross.—
of members of the Manjimup branch
of the Red Cross Society. Every mem-
ber or intending member is asked to
be present as their is much to be dis-
cussed and done on this night. Anyone
wishing to take work from the Com-
mandant (Mrs. G. S. Giblett) may do
so on Tuesday.
News and News. Unlawfully Felling a Tree.— (Article), Manjimup Mail and Jardee-Pemberton-Northcliffe Press (WA : 1927 - 1950), Thursday 7 March 1940 [Issue No.560] page 1 2019-10-19 19:41 Matron Bowen gratefully acknowledges
having received -the following
and tomatoes? from Mr. and Mrs.
Rose; fish,, from Mr. N. Hughes;
honey, from Mr. J. Bairie; books,
from Mrs. Teede; tomatoes and ygfgks^
from Mr. C. E- Ellice ;and a^tfttaatlty
of jam made by the Hospital Auxiliary,
Matron Bowen gratefully acknowl-
edges having received the following
and tomatoes, from Mr. and Mrs.
Rose; fish, from Mr. N. Hughes;
honey, from Mr. J. Barrie; books,
from Mrs. Teede; tomatoes and eggs
from Mr. C. E. Ellice ;and a quantity
of jam made by the Hospital Auxiliary.

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