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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,790,345
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,718
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,280,158
5 Rhonda.M 3,104,843
...
91 mgelli08 505,517
92 EJMiller 503,500
93 Robin.Vowels 500,123
94 MichaelP 499,741
95 charlesgilbert 493,475
96 jaybee67 490,067

499,741 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4,377
September 2019 1,135
August 2019 866
July 2019 6,952
June 2019 8,753
May 2019 10,626
April 2019 9,440
March 2019 6,328
February 2019 5,773
January 2019 11,673
December 2018 7,128
November 2018 7,524
October 2018 161
September 2018 2,995
August 2018 9,294
July 2018 9,700
June 2018 11,796
May 2018 9,075
April 2018 14,961
March 2018 9,282
February 2018 11,949
January 2018 12,136
December 2017 7,474
November 2017 6,322
October 2017 14,855
September 2017 2,464
August 2017 4,341
July 2017 13,881
June 2017 2,662
May 2017 10,999
April 2017 10,818
March 2017 6,455
February 2017 5,997
January 2017 8,682
December 2016 10,360
November 2016 6,718
October 2016 37
September 2016 14,296
August 2016 12,952
July 2016 13,609
June 2016 6,114
May 2016 12,049
April 2016 12,998
March 2016 9,396
February 2016 11,608
January 2016 11,949
December 2015 17,612
November 2015 19,611
October 2015 14,416
September 2015 12,009
August 2015 19,612
July 2015 14,512
June 2015 12,883
May 2015 126

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,790,143
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,718
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,280,137
5 Rhonda.M 3,104,830
...
94 charlesgilbert 493,475
95 detali 488,653
96 billeeb 486,364
97 MichaelP 481,946
98 Pam2Search 472,162
99 GrahamKelley 470,515

481,946 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 3,631
September 2019 858
August 2019 521
July 2019 5,359
June 2019 7,131
May 2019 6,701
April 2019 6,605
March 2019 3,683
February 2019 4,089
January 2019 9,604
December 2018 7,128
November 2018 7,524
October 2018 161
September 2018 2,995
August 2018 9,294
July 2018 9,700
June 2018 11,796
May 2018 9,075
April 2018 14,961
March 2018 9,282
February 2018 11,949
January 2018 12,136
December 2017 7,474
November 2017 6,322
October 2017 14,855
September 2017 2,464
August 2017 4,341
July 2017 13,881
June 2017 2,662
May 2017 10,999
April 2017 10,818
March 2017 6,455
February 2017 5,997
January 2017 8,682
December 2016 10,360
November 2016 6,718
October 2016 37
September 2016 14,296
August 2016 12,952
July 2016 13,609
June 2016 6,114
May 2016 12,049
April 2016 12,944
March 2016 9,396
February 2016 11,608
January 2016 11,949
December 2015 17,612
November 2015 19,611
October 2015 14,416
September 2015 12,009
August 2015 19,612
July 2015 14,512
June 2015 12,883
May 2015 126

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,763
2 PhilThomas 129,026
3 mickbrook 107,952
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,233
...
7 Lemp 21,955
8 Stephans 19,868
9 ctrlgeek 18,315
10 MichaelP 17,795
11 aleon 13,094
12 Errata 8,910

17,795 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 746
September 2019 277
August 2019 345
July 2019 1,593
June 2019 1,622
May 2019 3,925
April 2019 2,835
March 2019 2,645
February 2019 1,684
January 2019 2,069
April 2016 54


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RETURN OF IMPORTS FOR THE TERRITORY OF PAPUA (Government Gazette Notices), Territory of Papua Government Gazette (Papua New Guinea : 1906 - 1942), Wednesday 1 March 1939 [Issue No.5] page 43 2019-10-22 15:35 43. Carpets, floor Covering and ........... |
Carriage Mats of any textile ................. |
material, Coir Mats, Matting ................. |
10/- per ton
10/- per ton
Free...
10 per cent.
Id. per lb.
2/4 per cwt.
2/- per cwt.
2d. per lb.
Free...
10 per cent.
Free...
10 per cent.
10 per cent.
12
6
0
10
12
6
17,437
5
10
135
16
43. Carpets, floor Covering and ........... | ............................ | ............................... |
Carriage Mats of any textile ................. | ............................ | ............................... |
material, Coir Mats, Matting ................. | ............................ | ............................... |










RETURN OF IMPORTS FOR THE TERRITORY OF PAPUA (Government Gazette Notices), Territory of Papua Government Gazette (Papua New Guinea : 1906 - 1942), Wednesday 1 March 1939 [Issue No.5] page 43 2019-10-22 15:28 ..................... DIVISION IV. .................. |
!) \pparel, Attire, and Drapery, n.e.i.
lOi Higs md Sicks, for exporting
pioduce
10b I) i^s and Sacks, n e 1.
11 Ikddmg, including Mattresses,
othei than Wire, and Pillows,
lilmkets and Blanketing;
k ipok , Rugs and Rugging ,
Cm tains md Blinds, Nets and
Netting n e l.
12 Cun is
1 } C n pets rioor Covering and
Cunage Mats of any textile
mitenal, Coir Mats, Matting
md Fcndeis
..................... DIVISION IV. .................. | ............................ | ............................... | .................... | .................... |
39. Apparel, Attire, and Drapery, n.e.i. . |
40a. Bags and Sacks, for exporting ..... | ............................ | ............................... |
produce ................................................ |
40b. Bags and Sacks, n.e.i. ................. |
41. Bedding, including Mattresses, ...... | ............................ | ............................... |
other than Wire, and Pillows ; .............. | ............................ | ............................... |
Blankets and Blanketing ; .................... | ............................ | ............................... |
Kapok , Rugs and Rugging ; ................ | ............................ | ............................... |
Curtains and Blinds, Nets and ............. | ............................ | ............................... |
Netting n.e.i. ......................................... |
42. Canvas ........................................... |
43. Carpets, floor Covering and ........... |
Carriage Mats of any textile ................. |
material, Coir Mats, Matting ................. |
and Fenders ......................................... |
EXPENSIVE SLEEP (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Wednesday 3 January 1951 page 4 2019-10-22 15:19 SYDNEY, Tuesday. - A party
on the trans-Tasnian liner Mono
John Martin Koderitsch. a vet
fell asleep. When he was awak
So he had to travel to New Zea
land. The company Cñded that
it would not prosecute him pro
vided he guaranteed the £4G re
lington he had to spend .1 day and
ni^ht in gaol while the vessel was
in port
SYDNEY, Tuesday. — A party
on the trans-Tasman liner Mono-
John Martin Koderitach, a vet-
fell asleep. When he was awak-
So he had to travel to New Zea-
land. The company decided that
it would not prosecute him pro-
vided he guaranteed the £46 re-
lington he had to spend a day and
night in gaol while the vessel was
in port.
No Trial Launchings For Russian Rocket (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 8 January 1959 [Issue No.9,683] page 10 2019-10-22 15:17 i For Russian Rocket
LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.).-Russia blasted her cos
Professor Anatoly Blag
onravov, who is vice-presi
dent of the T7.S.S.R. Acad
emy of Sciences, was re
have emphasised , yesterday
that there had been no sec
launchings beforehand. .
Professor . Blagonravov
claimed also that there wag
meant by the word "uni
The professor did, how
ever, refer to great diffi
rocket on- Friday, Associat
ed Press said. *
great precision of the guid
orbit could mean- failure,"
the possibility of man*s_ re
turn tf> earth," he added.
the problem of interplanet
the stars wd planets.
For Russian Rocket
LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.).-Russia blasted her cos-
Professor Anatoly Blag-
onravov, who is vice-presi-
dent of the U.S.S.R. Acad-
emy of Sciences, was re-
have emphasised yesterday
that there had been no sec-
launchings beforehand.
Professor Blagonravov
claimed also that there was
meant by the word "uni-
The professor did, how-
ever, refer to great diffi-
rocket on Friday, Associat
ed Press said.
great precision of the guid-
orbit could mean failure,"
the possibility of man*s re-
turn to earth," he added.
the problem of interplanet-
the stars and planets.
Order For Arrest Of Pacifists (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 8 January 1959 [Issue No.9,683] page 10 2019-10-22 15:14 ordere<j to be arrested by
terday for refusing to dis
continue Pacifist ' demon
England. .
Twp men already arrest
ordered to be arrested by
Swaffham magistrates yes-
terday for refusing to dis-
continue Pacifist demon-
England.
Two men already arrest-
Two De Gaulle Ministers Have Resigned (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 8 January 1959 [Issue No.9,683] page 10 2019-10-22 15:13 British United Press re
M. Lejeune, the third So
cialist Minister in the Pro
British United Press re-
M. Lejeune, the third So-
cialist Minister in the Pro-
CRICKET. TALLAROOK V. AVENEL. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley, Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser (Vic. : 1882 - 1891; 1914 - 1918), Friday 10 March 1882 [Issue No.537] page 2 2019-10-22 15:11 TALLAROOK V. AVE3TEL.
llr if. D. Ryan's paddock, and the
r«?ult was an easy victory for Tallarook.
.Vvenol, It appears, had not its usual
very cr«*d itable displays of cricket, and
thtt team, as a whole, fielded ad
mirably, which couid not be said of the
iaiiat--')K ieam , lor it, was nvuceauie
a'ooiif; some, of the safe fields a number
nf »-ii-.kets were saved to their op
p iik'hIs through many a ' faux pas.'
?T. Porter and A. Callan hatted well,
and t!i« trundling of Redmond, was
first to tht wickets and put 5 1 together,
followed, and made a similar nninber,
for 18. h;ul to ivtin1.. ' Avenel in their
next innings maiie 4S, Gleesnn contri
win, CaHnr-tot f--ilo\v~d, ajui scored
the required numljee witli tii» loss of
four ft-iekfts. The followiug are the
AVBSBL— 1ST. INNINGS.
Jessup, c. F Hickey, b A Ca!)an ... 14
Gleeson, thrown out ? 11
Tibbie, b CalUn ? C
Gadd, b Callan ? 0
Costic, b iteilmond ... ... 0
H. Coatic, b Redmond ? 1
W. Tibbie, b Redmond ? 1
T. Ryan, b Callan ? 0
Clark, 'b Callan ? 1
White, not out ? 4
Sundries ? 13
Total ... ? 51
2nd iNrmres.
Jessup, b Callan ? 2
Gleeson, b Redmond ? 14
Tibbie, b Redmond ? 7
Gadd, b Redmond ? 4
Costic, b Redmond ... ... 4
H. Costic, b Redmond ? 2
W. Tibbie, b Redmond ? 1
T. Ryan, c O'Brien, b Callan ... 0
Clarke, b Redmond ? 0
May, not out ? 3
White, b Callan ? 0
Sundries ... ... U
Total ... ... 48
TAIiAROOK — 1st INNINGS.
Meadows, b Jessup - ... ... 2
Valentine, b Fostic, ... ... 0
J. Porter, b Jessup ... ... 4
J. Callan, b Fostic ... . . 6
A. Callan, b Fostic ... ... 18
J. Redmond, b Jessup ... ... 5
F. Hickey, bJereup ... ... 3
'Winnell, b Jessup ... .. 8
Gilmoar, l.b.w. ... ... 2
Gerrard, b Jessup ... ... 0
O'Brien, not out 9
Byes ;?/. ;;. i
Total * 51
TALLABOOK — 2nd rSMNOS.
Meadows, b Jessup ... ? 4
Va'entine, b Oadd ... ... 1
J. Potter, not out ... .. 25
J. Callan, b Jessup ... ... 0
J. Redmond, b Jessup .. ... 4
A Callan, not out ... ... 7
Sundries ,_ ... 10
Total ^'
good. New Warrior has been,
For the hist few days the Tallarook
The weather .continues dry, and
many^of the township folks are be
famine which ia so prevalent in many
A man named Charles I^wry lolled
Great eoflfering from water famine in
the WwHeera. StaDthe -11 Oth sections
Weath'i 1 ? 1 m f «i 1 Qy hot in Beymoor
during pist week.
Two convicts shot dead -while trying
Henry Jones, cf^i^^l
into the hotel of G. tta*1 1
purpose of chastising him ^1
in the leg in return. Clit ®M
Messrs Nicholson ^ 5*|
pointed Police Magistrates,11*1!
The Geelong ''Tiset' is'^J
a Conservative tint t'1
? m ?
————♦————
TALLAROOK V. AVENEL.
Mr. M. D. Ryan's paddock, and the
result was an easy victory for Tallarook.
Aveel, It appears, had not its usual
very creditable displays of cricket, and
the team, as a whole, fielded ad-
mirably, which could not be said of the
Tallarook team ; for it was noticeable
among some of the safe fields a number
of wickets were saved to their op-
ponents through many a ' faux pas.'
J. Porter and A. Callan batted well,
and the trundling of Redmond, was
first to the wickets and put 51 together,
followed, and made a similar number,
for 18. had to retire. Avenel in their
next innings made 48, Gleesnn contri-
win, Tallarook followed and scored
the required number with the loss of
four wickets. The following are the
AVENEL— 1ST. INNINGS.
Jessup, c. F Hickey, b A Callan ... 14
Gleeson, thrown out .................... 11
Tibble, b Callan ............................. 6
Gadd, b Callan .............................. 0
Costic, b Redmond ... ................... 0
H. Costic, b Redmond .................. 1
W. Tibble, b Redmond .................. 1
T. Ryan, b Callan .......................... 0
Clark, b Callan .............................. 1
White, not out ............................... 4
Sundries ..................................... 13
................................................... ——
Total ... ........................................ 51
2ND INNINGS.
Jessup, b Callan ............................ 2
Gleeson, b Redmond ................... 14
Tibble, b Redmond ......................... 7
Gadd, b Redmond ......................... 4
Costic, b Redmond ................... .... 4
H. Costic, b Redmond ................... 2
W. Tibble, b Redmond ................... 1
T. Ryan, c O'Brien, b Callan .......... 0
Clarke, b Redmond ....................... 0
May, not out .................................. 3
White, b Callan ............................. 0
Sundries ... .................................. 11
................................................... ——
Total ... ......................................... 48
TALLAROOK—1ST INNINGS.
Meadows, b Jessup .................. ... 2
Valentine, b Fostic, ... ................... 0
J. Porter, b Jessup ................... ... 4
J. Callan, b Fostic ... .................. . 6
A. Callan, b Fostic ................. .... 18
J. Redmond, b Jessup ... ............. 5
F. Hickey, b Jessup .................. ... 3
Winnell, b Jessup ... ..................... 8
Gilmour, l.b.w. .......................... ... 2
Gerrard, b Jessup .................... ... 0
O'Brien, not out ............................ 9
Byes ............................................. 1
................................................... ——
Total ............................................ 51
TALLAROOK—2ND INNINGS.
Meadows, b Jessup ..................... 4
Valentine, b Gadd ..................... ... 1
J. Potter, not out ... ...................... 25
J. Callan, b Jessup ... ................... 0
J. Redmond, b Jessup .. .............. 4
A Callan, not out ... ................... ... 7
Sundries ..................................... 10
................................................... ——
Total ............................................ 51
good. New Warrior has been
For the last few days the Tallarook
The weather continues dry, and
many of the township folks are be-
famine which is so prevalent in many
A man named Charles Lawry killed
Great suffering from water famine in
the Wimmera. Still the 110th sections
Weather excessively hot in Seymour
during past week.
Two convicts shot dead while trying
Henry Jones, of Richmond, ???
into the hotel of G. H. Clarke, ???
purpose of chastising him, and ???
in the leg in return. Clarke ???.
Messrs Nicholson and Ha??? [ap-]
pointed Police Magistrates !
The Geelong " ' Tisert' is displaying
a Conservative tint.
LELIA FORD. (Article), Euroa Advertiser (Vic. : 1884 - 1920), Friday 3 October 1884 [Issue No.32] page 4 2019-10-22 09:23 thie monthiss eeFomed to have gone by
So sl lowly. At last, the end of the
Letolia was flitting flom rooml to
thin rcg cf Percy, who would be home
Lelia coul noth settle to anythinl~ for
Percy would be there abgout six o'clock
into the hall, andl the next ioment was
to tell each other that night, and whent
she woul lie ihonie in a couple of days
the station. In it couple of day.
Daisy. Lelia was surprised when shel
ais she explected, a tall ladylike girl,
auburnl hair, steliped out of the car
riage. Daisy looked sutrprised when
she saw Percy, but when lie came tip
and slhook hands with her, saying "I
fuiture," she smiled and said nothing.
seemed greatly taken lup with Daisy.
Next day lie took Lelia and Daisy out
seemted to be taken up with the latter.
took tno notice of his neglect, she
thought lie meante it all in a brotherly
at Daisy in such ia loving way,
that li he was in love with lier. Alas,
after Daisy rushed in o.e evening into
her roonn, anld between laughing and
crying told Lelia tlatlPercy had asked her
to be his wife. Everthing seemcd to
swim before Leliti. TIhree yeas be
before 'ercy hald asked hlier the stame.
Wias it ill traeul She was awakened
fioom her mieditations, by hearing her
sister exelainl, " Are you not glatd,
Lelial" Site waved liher out of the
room; how ctuld she be glad 1 In a
little whlilt slhe got calit; theu she
iwalked dowut into her Pt's stuidy iand
told himi all. l1er father was wratlh,
antd tlhretateid to sctd Percy taway,
but Lelia would not hear of it. . No,
Ps, they are liaplty, and lerhalls we
both made a miistake, but oh, I did
love himi.". As time wore on the
wound lheatled somewhit, but not
altogether, and no one thatt saw. the
kuew waltt shte lid suffelred. In a
few months Percy broughit his youngS
bride to a pIleasanit home hlie had Ine
lared for her. Lelia tever married;
.1er gentle face was always welconmed
amotg thie haunts of poverty and
sickiness
the months seemed to have gone by
so slowly. At last, the end of the
Lelia was flitting from room to
thinking of Percy, who would be home
Lelia could not settle to anything, for
Percy would be there about six o'clock
into the hall, and the next moment was
??? ????? ?????? ?? they, ???????
she woul be home in a couple of days
the station. In a couple of days
Daisy. Lelia was surprised when she
as she explected, a tall ladylike girl,
auburn hair, stepped out of the car-
riage. Daisy looked surprised when
she saw Percy, but when he came up
and shook hands with her, saying "I
future," she smiled and said nothing.
seemed greatly taken up with Daisy.
Next day he took Lelia and Daisy out
seemed to be taken up with the latter.
took no notice of his neglect, she
thought he meant it all in a brotherly
at Daisy in such a loving way,
that he was in love with her. Alas,
after Daisy rushed in one evening into
her room, and between laughing and
crying told Lelia that Percy had asked her
to be his wife. Everthing seemed to
swim before Lelia. Three years be-
fore Percy had asked her the same.
Was it all true ? She was awakened
from her mieditations, by hearing her
sister exclaim, " Are you not glad,
Lelia ?" She waved her out of the
room; how could she be glad ? In a
little while she got calm ; then she
walked down into her Pa's study and
told him all. Her father was wrath,
and threatened to send Percy away,
but Lelia would not hear of it. " No,
Pa, they are happy, and perhaps we
both made a mistake, but oh, I did
love him." As time wore on the
wound healed somewhat, but not
altogether, and no one that saw the
knew what she had suffered. In a
few months Percy brought his young
bride to a pIeasant home he had pre-
pared for her. Lelia never married.
Her gentle face was always welcomed
among the haunts of poverty and
sickness.
RETURN OF IMPORTS FOR THE TERRITORY OF PAPUA (Government Gazette Notices), Territory of Papua Government Gazette (Papua New Guinea : 1906 - 1942), Wednesday 1 March 1939 [Issue No.5] page 43 2019-10-22 09:10 26. Jams and Jellies, but not Meat ..... |
29. Milk, including Cream .................... | ............................ | 10 per cent. ........... |
30. Oilmen's Stores, n e.i. ................... | ............................ | 10 per cent. ........... |
31. Rice, excluding Rice Meal and ...... | ............................ | ............................... |
Rice Flour ............................................ |
52 Silt excluding Table Preparations
thereof
, 3 bit ds (Garden), Bulbs, Flowers,
PI ints, Shiubs and Trees
ill ho ip, toilet, fancy and medicated
> 11) So ip n e i
i) Sug u , excluding Icing and Castor
,(» S\ iup (golden), Molasses and
Tieacle
!7 Tu
,s Vegetables, Fresh
TOTVIi DIVISION III
DIVISION IV.
26. Jams and Jellies, but not Meat ..... | ............................. | ............................... |
29. Milk, including Cream ..................... | ............................ | 10 per cent. ........... |
30. Oilmen's Stores, n e.i. .................... | ............................ | 10 per cent. ........... |
31. Rice, excluding Rice Meal and ....... | ............................ | ............................... |
Rice Flour ............................................. | 1,745t.11c.3q.2lb. | 10/- per ton ........... |
32. Salt excluding Table Preparations . | ............................ | ............................... |
thereof .................................................. | 26t. 6c. 2q. 27lb. . | 10/- per ton ........... |
33. Seeds (Garden), Bulbs, Flowers, ... | ............................ | ............................... |
PIants, Shrubs and Trees ..................... | ............................ | Free ...................... |
34a. Soap, toilet, fancy and medicated .| ............................ | 10 per cent. ........... |
34b. Soap n.e.i. .................................... | 67,426 lb. ........... | 1 d. per lb. ............. |
35. Sugar, excluding Icing and Castor . | 216t.14c.1q.16lb. | 2/4 per cwt. ............ |
36. Syrup (golden), Molasses and ....... | ............................ | ............................... |
Treacle ................................................. | 1t. 7c. 1q. 16lb. .. | 2/- per cwt. ............. |
37. Tea ................................................. | 15,070 lb. ........... | 2d. per lb. ............... |
38. Vegetables, Fresh .......................... | 414,615 lb. ......... | Free ....................... |
.............................................................. | ............................ | ............................... |——————|———————
TOTAL DIVISION III
.............................................................. | ............................ | ............................... |——————|———————
..................... DIVISION IV. .................. |
Posthumous Promotion for U.S. Commander (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Wednesday 3 January 1951 page 4 2019-10-22 05:49 WASHINGTON, Tuesday. -The
Hoase of Representatives unani
mously approved a resolution yes
terday Riving posthumous promo
Korea, while Eighth Army com
Truman to promote Lieutenant
,* letter irom President Truman re
WASHINGTON, Tuesday. —The
House of Representatives unani-
mously approved a resolution yes-
terday giving posthumous promo-
Korea, while Eighth Army com-
Truman to promote Lieutenant-
a letter from President Truman re-

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