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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,830,241
2 noelwoodhouse 3,926,602
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,334,317
5 Rhonda.M 3,146,473
...
1181 Maggie.Keely 33,631
1182 umeaub 33,629
1183 Gillett 33,606
1184 LesleyWhite 33,514
1185 IanAS 33,450
1186 turfonic 33,236

33,514 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 40
October 2019 139
September 2019 438
August 2019 380
July 2019 85
June 2019 42
March 2019 144
February 2019 503
January 2019 896
December 2018 2,282
November 2018 100
October 2018 60
September 2018 12
August 2018 85
July 2018 451
June 2018 844
May 2018 271
April 2018 27
March 2018 43
February 2018 424
January 2018 116
December 2017 743
November 2017 26
October 2017 56
September 2017 190
August 2017 162
July 2017 1,117
June 2017 380
May 2017 445
April 2017 1,231
March 2017 2,564
February 2017 24
January 2017 5,440
December 2016 6,592
November 2016 1,654
June 2016 13
May 2016 1
April 2016 283
March 2016 71
January 2016 109
December 2015 125
November 2015 943
October 2015 156
September 2015 1
August 2015 3
May 2015 34
March 2015 59
January 2015 2,051
December 2014 26
November 2014 4
August 2014 213
July 2014 770
April 2014 25
March 2014 3
August 2013 81
June 2013 5
May 2013 62
March 2013 36
September 2012 9
February 2012 425

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,830,039
2 noelwoodhouse 3,926,602
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,334,296
5 Rhonda.M 3,146,460
...
1176 Maggie.Keely 33,631
1177 umeaub 33,629
1178 Gillett 33,596
1179 LesleyWhite 33,514
1180 IanAS 33,405
1181 turfonic 33,234

33,514 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 40
October 2019 139
September 2019 438
August 2019 380
July 2019 85
June 2019 42
March 2019 144
February 2019 503
January 2019 896
December 2018 2,282
November 2018 100
October 2018 60
September 2018 12
August 2018 85
July 2018 451
June 2018 844
May 2018 271
April 2018 27
March 2018 43
February 2018 424
January 2018 116
December 2017 743
November 2017 26
October 2017 56
September 2017 190
August 2017 162
July 2017 1,117
June 2017 380
May 2017 445
April 2017 1,231
March 2017 2,564
February 2017 24
January 2017 5,440
December 2016 6,592
November 2016 1,654
June 2016 13
May 2016 1
April 2016 283
March 2016 71
January 2016 109
December 2015 125
November 2015 943
October 2015 156
September 2015 1
August 2015 3
May 2015 34
March 2015 59
January 2015 2,051
December 2014 26
November 2014 4
August 2014 213
July 2014 770
April 2014 25
March 2014 3
August 2013 81
June 2013 5
May 2013 62
March 2013 36
September 2012 9
February 2012 425

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THE BUSHRANGING CASE AT PORTLAND. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 2 March 1859 [Issue No.1,360] page 5 2019-11-07 17:19 tho Portland police office, of Daroy, the accomplice
William Daroy, obargea witu mgnway-roDDery
tho Portland police office, of Darcy, the accomplice
William Darcy, obargea witu mgnway-roDDery
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. (Article), Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic. : 1842 - 1843; 1854 - 1876), Friday 11 February 1859 [Issue No.1592] page 2 2019-11-07 16:51 DOUMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.
THE CANDIDATES. - Mr. Neil Black
CaowDao.-An unusual press of mnattcr at
Bvsit llA.o?tc.-A case of Bushranging
camped in the road near Darlot's Creek.
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.
THE CANDIDATES. - Mr. Neil Black
CROWDED.-An unusual press of mnattcr at
BUSH RANGING.-A case of Bushranging
camped in the road near Dariot's Creek.
BALLARAT CIRCUIT COURT CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Saturday, 12th February. (Before the Chief Justice.) (Article), The Star (Ballarat, Vic. : 1855 - 1864), Monday 14 February 1859 [Issue No.38] page 2 2019-11-07 16:49 CRIMINAL JÜBISTHCTION.
Saturday, 12<A February.
Jame» Clarke and John Galvin Jone* alias
LABCEtTY.
JSdwtrd Sullivan alias Cokeby, pleaded guilty
I Alexander Howitt pleaded guilty tu au in
I Ellis, also with receiving another horee the
HOUSE 8 TE AUNG.
BURG £ ABT.
John Limey, William Reid, and John Fitz
Thomas HooJ, at Brown's Diggings. An
Mr Robinson, at .SmytheV, un the 15:h Janu
KAPK.
cution, and called Bobert Francis, who de
KOBE Ell Y UNDEB. ABMS.
Thomas Heraghty, murder. ^ !
Fox, Doyifi, Williams, M'Urathgw !
iad*elbng. ^/
George Williams, horse stealing. j
Frederick Ralph, murder. \
, John M'DonaM, Samuel Johns, &J
Branscoinbe, Patrick Flanagan, S
jifcmson, John Joaes, Winiam Kelly,^
Mullins, William Shivers, Joba'ßtC'.
William Johnson, Abraham Baroon ¡M
and assault-injury to a minc. ' S
John Hickney, rape. I
Michael Kelly, extracting money (J,
Ah Wong, obtaining money under ^
Daniel Maher, John Donovan, i¡¿.
Healy, Henry Williams, burglary ¿
larceny- , .
CRIMINAL JURISDICTION.
Saturday, 12th February.
James Clarke and John Galvin Jones alias
LARCENY.
Edward Sullivan alias Cokeby, pleaded guilty
Alexander Howitt pleaded guilty tu au in
Ellis, also with receiving another horee the
HORSE STEALING.
BURGLARY.
John Linsey, William Reid, and John Fitz
Thomas Hood, at Brown's Diggings. An
Mr Robinson, at Smythe's, un the 15:h Janu
RAPE.
cution, and called Robert Francis, who de
ROBBERY UNDER ARMS.
Thomas Heraghty, murder.
Fox, Doyle, Williams, M'Grath, stealing
in a dwelling.
George Williams, horse stealing.
Frederick Ralph, murder.
John M'Donald, Samuel Johns, Samuel
Branacoombe, Patrick Flanagan, Richard
Morrison, John Jones, William Kelly, M
Mullins, William Shivers, John B
William Johnson, Abraham Barmon,
and assault-injury to a mine.
John Hickney, rape.
Michael Kelly, extracting money under
Ah Wong, obtaining money under false
pretences.
Daniel Maher, John Donovan, Robert
Healy, Henry Williams, burglary and
larceny.
MAN THROWS HIMSELF BEFORE A TRAIN. KALGOORLIE, Thursday. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 17 August 1906 [Issue No.16,048] page 6 2019-10-30 15:50 JIAN THROWS HIMSELF BEFORE
KALGOORLIE. Thursdav.
The inquest oh the body of Joseph
Hetherington, better, known as Bob AYin-
Friday Inst, was concluded to-day. The
merly resided at Wyehcproof, Victoria,
was suffering from tho effects of a drink
ing bout sonm days previous to his death.
sanity was returned. .
MAN THROWS HIMSELF BEFORE
KALGOORLIE. Thursday.
The inquest on the body of Joseph
Hetherington, better known as Bob Win
Friday Iast, was concluded to-day. The
merly resided at Wycheproof, Victoria,
was suffering from the effects of a drink
ing bout some days previous to his death.
sanity was returned.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 20 May 1925 [Issue No.24,580] page 20 2019-10-08 10:59 ARMSTRONG. —The Frlcneia of Vías PAIS5
MA», ARMTRONO are ¡nfnrmerl tint her
Mr« Tneieica Armatrnnir Ifi Flm-hnr« alreel Ne
ARMSTRONG. —The Frlends of Miss Daisy
MAY ARMSTRONG are ¡nfnrmerl tint her
Mrs Theresa Armstrong Ifi Flm-hnr« alreel Ne
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 12 May 1925 [Issue No.21,873] page 1 2019-10-08 10:55 ARMSTRONG. –In ic-ini: '1:'^;;',,?r1.'h M«yr
l?iL:'i';'nlJ-,K.'iin;. Vawffl'Tray'™ °-U Tilth P.'een,:
!.er. Hill); nl:.o their fiUier. v-a-'-''' away on tin;
'-''?'^.S'-to ,„.,.,„„ ,ov ? et.
—Ittseile,! by bcr lovinit niMlier.
ARMSTRONG. –In loving memory of my dear
daughter, Rose, who passed away on the 12th May,
1924, also Jim, passed away on the 13th Decem
ber, 1940, also their father, passed away on the
12th July 1921.
Inserted by her loving mother.
RIFLE SHOOTING. ELEVEN "POSSIBLES" AT PORT. Club Matches at Williamstown. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 15 June 1925 [Issue No.24,602] page 8 2019-10-05 16:23 cient markers imployed on the range.
cient markers employed on the range.
RIFLE SHOOTING. ELEVEN "POSSIBLES" AT PORT. Club Matches at Williamstown. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 15 June 1925 [Issue No.24,602] page 8 2019-10-05 16:19 Ihe nags at Port Melbourne range wen II nun
nt half mast on Saturdnl, on Ihr to tin drill, if
Toni Armstrong, one of the oltlist and mo t j mil
eliot marker« implo}ni oil Hie ningi
The flags at Port Melbourne range were flown
at half mast on Saturday, owing to the death of
Tom Armstrong, one of the oldest and most effi
cient markers imployed on the range.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 16 May 1938 [Issue No.28,620] page 8 2019-10-05 15:31 ARMSTRONG -On the 14th May Bt Centre
Dandenong road Cheltenham Martha Ann
widow of (he late Thomas George beloved
mother or Zillah Inez (Mrs H M Stinton)
Ella (deceasedI and loving grandmother of
Peggy (Privately Interred Brighton Cemetery )
ARMSTRONG -On the 14th May, at Centre
Dandenong road, Cheltenham, Martha Ann
widow of the late Thomas George, beloved
mother of Zillah, Inez (Mrs H. M. Stinton)
Ella (deceased) and loving grandmother of
Peggy (Privately interred Brighton Cemetery.)
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 13 October 1950 [Issue No.32,485] page 16 2019-10-05 13:11 los'ed sister of Inez (Mrs. H. M. stin-
loved sister of Inez (Mrs. H. M. Stin-

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