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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,013,668
2 noelwoodhouse 4,002,936
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,830
4 DonnaTelfer 3,466,902
5 Rhonda.M 3,432,129
...
554 Armadale7 91,831
555 JeffWalker 91,753
556 kenmcinnes 91,724
557 Natate 91,721
558 Midland12 91,554
559 hilda-maclean 91,255

91,721 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2020 200
February 2020 804
January 2020 708
December 2019 696
November 2019 710
October 2019 563
September 2019 684
August 2019 1,426
July 2019 1,167
June 2019 216
May 2019 1,824
April 2019 2,662
March 2019 1,886
February 2019 1,741
January 2019 1,513
December 2018 954
November 2018 116
October 2018 26
September 2018 189
August 2018 178
July 2018 256
June 2018 113
May 2018 324
April 2018 730
December 2017 90
November 2017 551
October 2017 764
September 2017 767
August 2017 1,109
July 2017 1,545
June 2017 700
May 2017 3,264
April 2017 2,643
March 2017 909
February 2017 802
January 2017 1,203
December 2016 816
November 2016 552
October 2016 532
September 2016 611
August 2016 801
July 2016 2,460
June 2016 3,666
May 2016 4,179
April 2016 5,484
March 2016 844
February 2016 574
January 2016 2,047
December 2015 610
November 2015 320
October 2015 59
September 2015 68
July 2015 1,535
June 2015 394
May 2015 912
April 2015 381
January 2015 804
December 2014 892
November 2014 325
October 2014 2,685
September 2014 2,662
August 2014 3,058
July 2014 3,541
June 2014 3,619
May 2014 1,805
April 2014 7,203
March 2014 3,954
February 2014 295

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,013,466
2 noelwoodhouse 4,002,936
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,701
4 DonnaTelfer 3,466,876
5 Rhonda.M 3,432,116
...
552 Frazeri 91,990
553 Armadale7 91,831
554 Midland12 91,554
555 Natate 91,554
556 kenmcinnes 91,552
557 JeffWalker 91,530

91,554 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2020 200
February 2020 804
January 2020 708
December 2019 696
November 2019 680
October 2019 563
September 2019 684
August 2019 1,426
July 2019 1,167
June 2019 216
May 2019 1,824
April 2019 2,662
March 2019 1,886
February 2019 1,741
January 2019 1,513
December 2018 954
November 2018 116
October 2018 26
September 2018 189
August 2018 178
July 2018 256
June 2018 113
May 2018 318
April 2018 726
December 2017 90
November 2017 550
October 2017 764
September 2017 767
August 2017 1,109
July 2017 1,545
June 2017 700
May 2017 3,264
April 2017 2,634
March 2017 909
February 2017 802
January 2017 1,200
December 2016 798
November 2016 465
October 2016 532
September 2016 611
August 2016 801
July 2016 2,460
June 2016 3,666
May 2016 4,170
April 2016 5,484
March 2016 844
February 2016 574
January 2016 2,047
December 2015 610
November 2015 320
October 2015 59
September 2015 68
July 2015 1,535
June 2015 394
May 2015 912
April 2015 381
January 2015 804
December 2014 892
November 2014 325
October 2014 2,685
September 2014 2,662
August 2014 3,058
July 2014 3,541
June 2014 3,619
May 2014 1,805
April 2014 7,203
March 2014 3,954
February 2014 295

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 373,540
2 GeoffMMutton 180,478
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 72,796
...
291 dornealison 169
292 wreckymeck 168
293 Chris.Morrow 167
294 Natate 167
295 Puntik 165
296 wirralar 165

167 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 30
May 2018 6
April 2018 4
November 2017 1
April 2017 9
January 2017 3
December 2016 18
November 2016 87
May 2016 9


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MARMOR. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 26 July 1919 [Issue No.30] page 12 2020-03-29 02:02 and bedding and .sent them to the ward.
hiteofu cow's rmTt tram therfart. Mr*,
au^in ^ leirt bedV tr^ beddma te
»5i^i.'':-:'.--. :???/', -?-;,?;?.?/ -?&?;:?
tbe ward. Mrs. Mansfield, ^yhoi W
aetuaih slaved^i* tbe wash tab. AU
STniembers of Mrs. Mansfield* Iam3j&;
Ian bsen O. One chad for aome tm»
was in Rreat dans^r. 1 eannot aninww*
here all who have done their bit in thl«. --
distress, which in such a large measur*.
has wUrti to our lot. I mnst, however.
and bedding and sent them to the ward.
Have one cow's milk from the start. Mrs.
au^in she lent beds and bedding for
the ward. Mrs. Mansfield, when her
actually slaved at the wash tub. All
the members of Mrs. Mansfield's family
have been ill. One child for some time
was in great danger. I cannot commerate
here all who have done their bit in this
distress, which in such a large measure
has fallen to our lot. I must, however,
MARMOR. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 26 July 1919 [Issue No.30] page 12 2020-03-27 01:05 who, when Mr. E. P. Bran became a vie
t.ni to the cidiidy, took up *the running
vf ith tbd £uniy, jLsd also, when Mr.
£vuns*5 pony became lane, lent his own'
M-sy iu jdace, shin deserves our thanks.
He is still soinjr strong. Mr. VT.
i. Gouldina a^itl Mrs. Goulding were
lcry forward in their work of help. They
Mr. Gordon Hunro. lad porter at ttft
nvlwar; Mr. P. Hum, who has beea
very W; and Mr. Price, wbolias 'bravel
the malady so far. have each* done goo.i
work as stretclicr^iearers, &c. afn
Gcorce Lake, with his invaluable wife,
Mrs. Lake, we win 'never be able to thank
enough, llr. and Mrs, Lake and family
have so far escaped the' malady. To Mrs.
IX Battenbury we owe modi. She irom
the very first denuded the lotel of cede
andbeddins and .sent them to. the wmrd.
that she has done. To Sir. D. Curtain
who, when Mr. E. P. Brun became a vic-
tim to the malady, took up the running
with the sulky, and also, when Mr.
Evan’s pony became lame, lent his own
pony in place, also deserves our thanks.
He is still going strong. Mr. W.
i. Goulding and Mrs. Goulding were
very forward in their work of help. They
Mr. Gordon Munro. lad porter at the
Railway; Mr. P. Munro, who has been
very ill ; and Mr. Price, who has braved
the malady so far, have each done good
work as stretcher bearers, &c. Mr.
George Lake, with his invaluable wife,
Mrs. Lake, we will never be able to thank
enough. Mr. and Mrs, Lake and family
have so far escaped the malady. To Mrs.
L. Rattenbury we owe much. She from
the very first denuded the hotel of beds
and bedding and .sent them to the ward.
that she has done. To Mr. D. Curtain
MARMOR. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 26 July 1919 [Issue No.30] page 12 2020-03-24 23:40 They arc all still in bed, but getting
Ltttcr. Mr. E. Price, iiijrtit officer ;
There are also many otiier kind Inns
that sbe has done. To Sir. D. Curtain
dot best thanks are dm. He ias let nj
They are all still in bed, but getting
better. Mr. E. Price, night officer ;
There are also many other kind turns
that she has done. To Sir. D. Curtain
our best thanks are due. He has let us
MARMOR. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 26 July 1919 [Issue No.30] page 12 2020-03-24 23:36 Hon. -Secretary of the Marmor First-aid
oflicer-in-duu-£e for the Mount -Morgan
GoU-nuninfr GomiKiny. in his own tmure
tentioo°/quict wav, has done more than
IiLi pony and sulky to take the nurses
out^ on their rounds. £ivlng attention to
fresh -cases to 4Kc ward — this lost saving
the stretcher-bearers much work ? he has
done ^jnnch to ease tie strcus. Mrs.
Evani also, tiouafc ill herself, has done
much acd in a iruv that does not make
thanks arc due. To Mr. Sunue) Atwell;
Hon. Secretary of the Marmor First-aid
oflicer-in-charge for the Mount -Morgan
Gold Mining Company, in his own unpre-
tentious quiet way, has done more than
his pony and sulky to take the nurses
out on their rounds. giving attention to
fresh cases to the ward — this last saving
the stretcher-bearers much work—he has
done much to ease the stress. Mrs.
Evans also, though ill herself, has done
much and in a way that does not make
thanks are due. To Mr. Samuel Atwell,
MARMOR. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 26 July 1919 [Issue No.30] page 12 2020-03-24 01:19 aster, Hios Julia Cross, was takm i«,
stepped into tiie treaei « **'*%*? %
sister, Miss Julia Cross, was taken ill,
stepped into the breach as laundress. She
MARMOR. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 26 July 1919 [Issue No.30] page 12 2020-03-24 01:16 most praisewor&y tbe efforts pot forth
themselves. In this last a ereat burden
has been kept from the Bbonlders of
nurses and VAD. workers. la all. *»
can CKy that mutters are oa
tlere -will' be no Teourrence; Nurse
Niel -went to her home jit Mount
Bondulato-d»T to reetrap after her illneu.
She will return bere to duty on Friday .
next Nurse McKenzie has cone back to
ier duties at !ie Hospital, Rockhampton..
to vs. They are well and worksng hard/'.
most praiseworthy the efforts put forth
themselves. In this last a great burden
has been kept from the shoulders of
nurses and V.A.D. workers. In all, we
can say that matters are on
tlere will be no recurrence. Nurse
Niel went to her home at Mount
Bondula to-day to recoup after her illness.
She will return here to duty on Friday
next. Nurse McKenzie has gone back to
her duties at the Hospital, Rockhampton.
to us. They are well and worksng hard.
MARMOR. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 26 July 1919 [Issue No.30] page 12 2020-03-24 01:08 A correspondent, writogr from Marmor
on the iStii icst£nt, «avs. — ^Since mv
last tjuno of writing to you. -tiiere has
been a w«rlr«^ ^mprorement here. The
mSueiua epidemic has abated eonsider
ablF. niere ore this morning only eigh
teen cases in the isolation ward, *and
Verv few fresh cases sxe appearing, and
ail tiesa are of a mild type. When 1
wrote last to }oo I was ill in bed. I
done, far less the n-wpq of all our people
who have worked as nobly througU
the piece to help each other and {hern-'
selves. I mention a, few now that I be
J«H; vimuw. 1O JILT. i-O6Cpn XOW^lte,
Hon. -Secretary of the Marmor Erst-a-la
Hoswtal, ve -me a debt -at gratitude,
that words cannot convey. -Mr. Thwaite
are asain well. Mr. Samuel Evans,
A correspondent, writing from Marmor
on the 19th instant, says — Since my
last time of writing to you there has
been a marked improvement here. The
influenza epidemic has abated consider-
ably. There are this morning only eigh-
teen cases in the isolation ward, and
Very few fresh cases are appearing, and
all these are of a mild type. When I
wrote last to you I was ill in bed. I
done, far less the names of all our people
who have worked as nobly throng's
the piece to help each other and them-
selves. I mention a few now that I be-
fore omitted. To Mr. Joseph Thwaite,
Hon. -Secretary of the Marmor First-aid
Hospital, we owe a debt of gratitude,
that words cannot convey. Mr. Thwaite
are again well. Mr. Samuel Evans,
ROCKHAMPTON. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Friday 3 November 1865 [Issue No.2,423] page 3 2020-03-23 00:34 We uro in receipt of liles from Rockhampton
lo October 30. Wo. tn ko tho. following extracts
from tho Northern Argus of tho 28fh ultimo i?
We are in receipt of files from Rockhampton
to October 30. We take the following extracts
from theNorthern Argus of the 28th ultimo :—
quickly at the scene of the accident, and he
ROCKHAMPTON. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Tuesday 27 March 1923 [Issue No.20,336] page 6 2020-03-14 01:00 EOCKHAMPTON.
Verdict for Defendant/-In the Mount
Ilenry Shields sought to recover £30/2/0
at Baraluba on March 17. The parties
are employed at Baralaba us miners, and,
Shields declared that he was rising from i
contestant, when Rawson gave hirà a
Railway Mishap.-Foreman Bont
oif the engine by a chute on a tank
Rockhampton on Wednesday night a 5
Medical Officer (Dr. Voss) and the- Am-
Bockhanrpton.
ROCKHAMPTON.
Verdict for Defendant.—In the Mount
Henry Shields sought to recover £30/2/0
at Baralaba on March 17. The parties
are employed at Baralaba as miners, and,
Shields declared that he was rising from
contestant, when Rawson gave him a
Railway Mishap.—Foreman Boat-
off the engine by a chute on a tank
Rockhampton on Wednesday night a
Medical Officer (Dr. Voss) and the Am-
Rockhampton.
BLACKWATER (Article), The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956), Thursday 28 April 1938 [Issue No.436] page 51 2020-03-08 00:41 During an interval the committeo pro-
During an interval the committee pro-

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