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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,902,422
2 noelwoodhouse 3,960,702
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,545
5 Rhonda.M 3,297,157
...
433 Lavinia 116,799
434 focrc 116,601
435 Perry.Middlemiss 116,260
436 Mickbrook 115,381
437 burgessdohertyoz 115,230
438 roboz888 115,057

115,381 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 498
December 2019 1,257
November 2019 2,839
October 2019 2,367
September 2019 853
January 2019 601
December 2018 1,873
November 2018 1,978
October 2018 188
August 2018 148
July 2018 236
March 2018 299
February 2018 1,076
November 2017 1,012
October 2017 288
September 2017 2,996
August 2017 3,106
July 2017 7,014
June 2017 2,185
May 2017 6,673
April 2017 3,271
March 2017 9,722
February 2017 19,012
January 2017 16,858
December 2016 12,326
November 2016 16,705

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,902,220
2 noelwoodhouse 3,960,702
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,519
5 Rhonda.M 3,297,144
...
9600 suzieg 1,277
9601 bohoejer 1,276
9602 doineedthis 1,276
9603 Mickbrook 1,276
9604 Nicholson-Lummis 1,276
9605 teresak 1,276

1,276 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 13
October 2019 53
September 2019 13
January 2017 28
December 2016 7
November 2016 1,162

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 339,868
2 PhilThomas 140,656
3 GeoffMMutton 128,915
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
6 Lemp 24,619

114,105 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 498
December 2019 1,257
November 2019 2,826
October 2019 2,314
September 2019 840
January 2019 601
December 2018 1,873
November 2018 1,978
October 2018 188
August 2018 148
July 2018 236
March 2018 299
February 2018 1,076
November 2017 1,012
October 2017 288
September 2017 2,996
August 2017 3,106
July 2017 7,014
June 2017 2,185
May 2017 6,673
April 2017 3,271
March 2017 9,722
February 2017 19,012
January 2017 16,830
December 2016 12,319
November 2016 15,543


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COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. Examination No. 595. FOR APPOINTMENT AS DRAUGHTSMAN, PROFESSIONAL DIVISION, CLASS F, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER'S BRANCH, POST-MASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT, VICTORIA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, AND TASMANIA. (Government Gazette Notices), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 833 2020-01-15 12:44 For Appointment as Draughtsman, Professional Divi

sion, Class F, Electrical Engineer's Branch, Post
Australia, Western Australia,- and Tasmania.
above will be held 011 the 3rd and 4th August,
Persons Eligible to Enter.—(a) Males who, at date
born or naturalized British subjects, but a successful can
didate cannot be appointed before he reaches his six
teenth birthday; (6) Officers of the permanent staff of
irrespective of age; but an officer may compete for ap
pointment in his own State only.
Salary.—Appointments will be made to Class F, Pro
fessional Division. The commencing salary will be £72
21 years will be paid £126 per annum, and annual addi
tions to salary up to £156 per annum, further increments
Appointees in Western Australia are paid an allow
ance of 5 per cent, of salary.
For Appointment as Draughtsman, Professional

Division, Class F, Electrical Engineer's Branch, Post
master-General's Department, Victoria, South
Australia, Western Australia, and Tasmania.
above will be held on the 3rd and 4th August,
Persons Eligible to Enter.— (a) Males who, at date
born or naturalized British subjects, but a successful
candidate cannot be appointed before he reaches his
sixteenth birthday; (6) Officers of the permanent staff of
irrespective of age; but an officer may compete for
appointment in his own State only.
Salary.—Appointments will be made to Class F,
Professional Division. The commencing salary will be £72
21 years will be paid £126 per annum, and annual
additions to salary up to £156 per annum, further increments
Appointees in Western Australia are paid an
allowance of 5 per cent, of salary.
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY. APPOINTMENT OF NAVAL STAFF CLERKS UNDER NAVAL DEFENCE ACTS 1910-1912. (Government Gazette Notices), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 830 2020-01-15 12:43 division.
1st Sub - division £60
9th Sub-division. £180
COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 831 2020-01-15 12:42 Frederick Robson, Senior Lineman, Electrical Engi

neer's Branch (Cable Jointing Staff), salary £174, re
duced to Lineman, with salary of £156, from 12th
Payment to an Officer for Loss of Horse, dec.
loss of a horse, and (&) to cover the cost of repairs
the flood waters of the Tobacco Creek, on 23rd De
cember, 1914, whilst they were being used in con
nexion with an inspection of the Torrawangee and
\V. Urquhart. Junior Mechanic, Moree, from 2nd No

vember to 12th December. 1914. and from 8th March
D. R. Calnan, Letter Carrier, North Sydney, not ex

ceeding three months from 19th March, 1915.
George West, Clerk, 5th Class, Accounts Branch (Ex

penditure), salary £200, to be Clerk, 4th Class, Ac
counts Branch (Expenditure), with salary of £210,
Robert Purvis, Sorter, Grade IV"., Mail Branch, salary
salary of £19S, from 16th April, 1915.
Xew Offices Created.
Postal Assistant, Acting Telegraphists' Staff, Tele
graph Branch (Jive positions).
W. J. Anderson A. G. Stephens
TL Machar J. E. Brown
H. Haughton G. H. Peel
J. Horsley F. C. Rentox
A. J. Edwards C. S. Smith
J. J. Holland G. R. Russell
E. Lole A. X. Kerr
A. J. Rankin J. J. Morrison
A. E. Watkins H. Hebron
W. H. Bamford - W. F. Maxallack
A. S. Boyle H. A. Duff.
F. B. Meens P. J. Daly
A. Higgins A. H. Hayes
A. Voce T. W. Kemp
Jas. Murphy L. J. Plummer
A. J. Russell E. S. Tarrant
G. Figg R. J. Baker
G. E. Beer. D. H. Brown
D. B. Reddie. J. H. Hugiiks
J. Courtney E. Thompson
E. H. Habvey S. E. Pynor
E. M. Irvine J. F. B. Nichol
G. W. E. Xorris J. J. Murphy
J. McL. Stark R. B. Phillips.
Branch (Telephones), from 24th March, 1915 (re
signed) .
'Kev; Offices Created.
Assistant, Townsvillo (two positions').
SotJTH Australia.
with salary of £186, from 16th April, 1915. *
Line Foreman, Electrical Engineer's Branch (Con
struction and Maintenance).
■ Senior Lineman, Electrical Engineer's Branch (Con
struction and Maintenance).
E. B. Baddack, Telegraphist, Telegraph Brand), not ex

ceeding three months from 4th March, 1915.
' 1915, which notification is hereby cancelled.)
Frederick Robson, Senior Lineman, Electrical

Engineer's Branch (Cable Jointing Staff), salary £174,
reduced to Lineman, with salary of £156, from 12th
Payment to an Officer for Loss of Horse, &c.
loss of a horse, and (b) to cover the cost of repairs
the flood waters of the Tobacco Creek, on 23rd
December, 1914, whilst they were being used in
connexion with an inspection of the Torrawangee and
W. Urquhart. Junior Mechanic, Moree, from 2nd November

to 12th December. 1914. and from 8th March
D. R. Calnan, Letter Carrier, North Sydney, not

exceeding three months from 19th March, 1915.
George West, Clerk, 5th Class, Accounts Branch

(Expenditure), salary £200, to be Clerk, 4th Class,
Accounts Branch (Expenditure), with salary of £210,
Robert Purvis, Sorter, Grade IV., Mail Branch, salary
salary of £198, from 16th April, 1915.
New Offices Created.
Postal Assistant, Acting Telegraphists' Staff,
Telegraph Branch (five positions).
W. J. Anderson ..............A. G. Stephens
TL Machar .....................J. E. Brown
H. Haughton ..................G. H. Peel
J. Horsley .......................F. C. Rentox
A. J. Edwards ................C. S. Smith
J. J. Holland ..................G. R. Russell
E. Lole ...........................A. N. Kerr
A. J. Rankin ...................J. J. Morrison
A. E. Watkins .................H. Hebron
W. H. Bamford ...............W. F. Maxallack
A. S. Boyle .....................H. A. Duff.
F. B. Meens ....................P. J. Daly
A. Higgins ......................A. H. Hayes
A. Voce ..........................T. W. Kemp
Jas. Murphy ...................L. J. Plummer
A. J. Russell ..................E. S. Tarrant
G. Figg ...........................R. J. Baker
G. E. Beer. ....................D. H. Brown
D. B. Reddie. ................J. H. Hugiiks
J. Courtney ...................E. Thompson
E. H. Habvey .................S. E. Pynor
E. M. Irvine ....................J. F. B. Nichol
G. W. E. Xorris ..............J. J. Murphy
J. McL. Stark ................R. B. Phillips.
James Stephen Fennell, Sorter, Grade IV., Charters
Branch (Telephones), from 24th March, 1915 (resigned) .
New Offices Created.
Assistant, Townsville (two positions').
South Australia.
with salary of £186, from 16th April, 1915.
Line Foreman, Electrical Engineer's Branch
(Construction and Maintenance).
Office Abolished.
Senior Lineman, Electrical Engineer's Branch
(Construction and Maintenance).
E. B. Baddack, Telegraphist, Telegraph Brand), not

exceeding three months from 4th March, 1915.
1915, which notification is hereby cancelled.)
COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 831 2020-01-15 12:36 . Correspondence Branch.
months from the 1st of Apr;], 1915.
Albert Stkadman, Plate Printer (in training), from the
15th of February, 1915, to the 30tli of June. 1915.
J. L. Smetherham, Assistant, from the 22nd of Feb

ruary, 1915, to the 30th of June, 1915.
Kate Josephine Doiierty, Pension Receipt Sorter, Grade
Division, Depai'tment of the Treasury, Pensions and
to take effect from the 1st of April, ]915. (192.)
effect and continue an assurance on his life in accord
ance with the provisions of the Commonwealth Public
New South Wales, from the 2Stli February to the 31st
May, 191.').
A. E. Fennelly, Clerk, Accounts Branch, Federal Terri

tory, six months from the 17th April, 1915.
Ex Miiis. Nos. 131-138, 142, 144, 145.
Central Stafi\
Creation of "New Position.
an honorarium of £40 in respect to his services in con
nexion with the search for the F.I.S. Endeavour.
Jo hi * Alfred Charker, Customs Assistant, 5th Class.
Cecil Percy Mallett, Clerk, 5th Class, Clerical Divi

sion. as from 12th October, 1914.
jExemption.
Matthew Cosgrove Kelly, Clerk, 5th Class, Corre

spondence and Records Branch, as from 8th August,
Grade III., Mail Branch, Postmaster-General's Depart
ment, Victoria, salary £156 per annum, to position of
A lloitance.
R. B. Curd, Examining Officer, 3rd Class, paid an allow

ance of £50 in connexion with his visit to London on
Harry Ha"\sford Ward, Clerk, Statistical Branch, as
Ex. Min«i. Nos. 205, 206, 208, 209, 210.
Hartley Reynolds Sandow, Senior Mechanic, Elec

trical Engineer's Branch (Mechanical—Telephone
Correspondence Branch.
months from the 1st of April, 1915.
Albert Steadman, Plate Printer (in training), from the
15th of February, 1915, to the 30th of June, 1915.
J. L. Smetherham, Assistant, from the 22nd of

February, 1915, to the 30th of June, 1915.
Kate Josephine Doherty, Pension Receipt Sorter, Grade
Division, Department of the Treasury, Pensions and
to take effect from the 1st of April, 1915. (192.)
effect and continue an assurance on his life in accordance
with the provisions of the Commonwealth Public
New South Wales, from the 28th February to the 31st
May, 1915.
A. E. Fennelly, Clerk, Accounts Branch, Federal Territory,

six months from the 17th April, 1915.
Ex Mins. Nos. 131-138, 142, 144, 145.
Central Staff
Creation of New Position.
an honorarium of £40 in respect to his services in
connexion with the search for the F.I.S. Endeavour.
Joel Alfred Charker, Customs Assistant, 5th Class.
Cecil Percy Mallett, Clerk, 5th Class, Clerical

Division. as from 12th October, 1914.
Exemption.
Matthew Cosgrove Kelly, Clerk, 5th Class, Correspondence

and Records Branch, as from 8th August,
Grade III., Mail Branch, Postmaster-General's Department,
Victoria, salary £156 per annum, to position of
Allowance.
R. B. Curd, Examining Officer, 3rd Class, paid an allowance

of £50 in connexion with his visit to London on
Harry Hansford Ward, Clerk, Statistical Branch, as
Ex. Mins. Nos. 205, 206, 208, 209, 210.
Hartley Reynolds Sandow, Senior Mechanic,

Electrical Engineer's Branch (Mechanical—Telephone
COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 831 2020-01-09 12:47 Pedro Svend Agttstin Madsen-Bonnerup, Deputy
Ninian Jamieson, Clerk, Commonwealth Court of Con

ciliation and Arbitration, three months from the 1st
Martin Brophy, Clerk, Commonwealth Court of Con

ciliation and Arbitration, three months from the 1st
Branch, * three months from the 18th day of March,
central staff.
■ to the 28th of March, 1915 (inclusive).
E. Taylor, Tvpist, from the 18th of January. 1935, to
Pedro Svend Agustin Madsen-Bonnerup, Deputy
Ninian Jamieson, Clerk, Commonwealth Court of

Conciliation and Arbitration, three months from the 1st
Martin Brophy, Clerk, Commonwealth Court of Conciliation

and Arbitration, three months from the 1st
Branch, three months from the 18th day of March,
Central staff.
to the 28th of March, 1915 (inclusive).
E. Taylor, Typist, from the 18th of January. 1935, to
ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF AUSTRALIA. VACANCY FOR CLERK UNDER SECTION 63 (1) AND (2) OF DEFENCE ACT 1903-1914. (Government Gazette Notices), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 831 2020-01-09 12:45 Vocabulary of Stores," and be thoroughly con
versant with the system of dealing with re
ceipt, issue, conversion, &c., requisitions, and
6. Applications, indorsed "Application for appoint
ment as Clerk (Store Ledgerkeeper), Royal Military
College," in candidates' own handwriting on the pre
scribed form, must be addressed:—
Vocabulary of Stores," and be thoroughly conversant
with the system of dealing with receipt,
issue, conversion, &c., requisitions, and
6. Applications, indorsed "Application for appointment
as Clerk (Store Ledgerkeeper), Royal Military
College," in candidates' own handwriting on the
prescribed form, must be addressed:—
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVAL COLLEGE. APPLICATIONS FOR ENTRY AS CADET MIDSHIPMEN. (Government Gazette Notices), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 831 2020-01-09 12:44 Applications foe Entry as Cadet Midshipmen.
Cadet Midshipmen, will be received by the Naval Secre
tary, Navy Office, Melbourne, up to ■ 30th June, 1915,
District Naval Officer, Fremantle, Western Aus

tralia;
Applications for Entry as Cadet Midshipmen.
Cadet Midshipmen, will be received by the Naval Secretary,
Navy Office, Melbourne, up to 30th June, 1915,
District Naval Officer, Fremantle, Western Australia;
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY. APPOINTMENT OF NAVAL STAFF CLERKS UNDER NAVAL DEFENCE ACTS 1910-1912. (Government Gazette Notices), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 830 2020-01-09 12:43 i i i i T i
1st Sub

| division
2nd Sub

division.
£
72
3rd Sub

division.
£
84
4th Sub

division.
£
102
5th Sub

division.
£
120
6th Sab

division.
£
138
7th Sub

division.
£

166
I
8th Sub

division.
£

168 I
9th Sub

division.
£
180
date and year of birth, and marked on the outside " Appli
cation for Naval Staff Clerk," must be sent direct to the
bim not later than 31st May, 1915.
1st Sub - division £60
2nd Sub-division. £72
3rd Sub-division. £84

4th Sub-division. £102
5th Sub-division. £120

6th Sub-division. £138

division.
7th Sub-division. £156

8th Sub-division. £168

9th Sub-division. £180
date and year of birth, and marked on the outside " Application
for Naval Staff Clerk," must be sent direct to the
him not later than 31st May, 1915.
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY. APPOINTMENT OF NAVAL STAFF CLERKS UNDER NAVAL DEFENCE ACTS 1910-1912. (Government Gazette Notices), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 830 2020-01-09 12:40 (a) Must have passed one of the following examina

tions :—
(a) Must have passed one of the following

examinations :—
COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT SMALL ARMS FACTORY. CLERICAL STAFF—PROMOTION. (Government Gazette Appointments and Employment), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Saturday 8 May 1915 [Issue No.36] page 830 2020-01-09 12:39 Clerical Staff—Promotion.
been pleased to approve, under the " Regulations (Pro
visional) for the Conduct and Management of Govern
ment Factories and the Emfiloyment of Persons under
of Harry Wilford Cook, Clerk, Fifth Class, Common
wealth Government Small Arms Factory, salary £190
Clerical Staff — Promotion.
been pleased to approve, under the " Regulations
(Provisional) for the Conduct and Management of
Government Factories and the Employment of Persons under
of Harry Wilford Cook, Clerk, Fifth Class, Commonwealth
Government Small Arms Factory, salary £190

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