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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,699,435
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,132
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,152
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,804

3,400,132 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 142
July 2019 2,962
June 2019 2,709
May 2019 1,201
April 2019 1,560
March 2019 2,918
February 2019 1,349
January 2019 11,218
December 2018 16,182
November 2018 8,894
September 2018 1,699
August 2018 15,204
July 2018 12,374
June 2018 22,583
May 2018 16,337
April 2018 11,619
March 2018 9,288
February 2018 18,674
December 2017 23,596
November 2017 50,025
October 2017 31,864
September 2017 9,420
August 2017 44,185
July 2017 3,826
June 2017 11,443
May 2017 22,223
April 2017 8,466
March 2017 34,305
February 2017 44,262
January 2017 13,667
December 2016 33,281
November 2016 61,832
October 2016 4,594
September 2016 18,860
August 2016 17,572
July 2016 16,873
June 2016 34,240
May 2016 43,164
April 2016 20,596
March 2016 22,777
February 2016 30,008
January 2016 52,838
December 2015 51,589
November 2015 60,542
October 2015 37,145
September 2015 9,150
August 2015 48,889
July 2015 52,822
June 2015 33,346
May 2015 36,180
April 2015 51,031
March 2015 55,439
February 2015 84,359
January 2015 60,979
December 2014 55,154
November 2014 87,514
October 2014 63,293
September 2014 60,110
August 2014 64,229
July 2014 53,493
June 2014 51,404
May 2014 51,270
April 2014 56,447
March 2014 40,969
February 2014 33,308
January 2014 50,171
December 2013 46,257
November 2013 53,897
October 2013 34,049
September 2013 70,301
August 2013 71,235
July 2013 40,049
June 2013 54,700
May 2013 72,596
April 2013 66,076
March 2013 54,088
February 2013 49,892
January 2013 53,849
December 2012 65,047
November 2012 60,916
October 2012 45,521
September 2012 50,429
August 2012 50,781
July 2012 52,887
June 2012 50,683
May 2012 51,871
April 2012 51,523
March 2012 39,886
February 2012 46,422
January 2012 55,422
December 2011 36,132
November 2011 15,960

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,699,251
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,003
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,131
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,791

3,400,003 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 142
July 2019 2,962
June 2019 2,709
May 2019 1,201
April 2019 1,560
March 2019 2,918
February 2019 1,349
January 2019 11,218
December 2018 16,182
November 2018 8,894
September 2018 1,699
August 2018 15,204
July 2018 12,374
June 2018 22,583
May 2018 16,337
April 2018 11,619
March 2018 9,288
February 2018 18,674
December 2017 23,467
November 2017 50,025
October 2017 31,864
September 2017 9,420
August 2017 44,185
July 2017 3,826
June 2017 11,443
May 2017 22,223
April 2017 8,466
March 2017 34,305
February 2017 44,262
January 2017 13,667
December 2016 33,281
November 2016 61,832
October 2016 4,594
September 2016 18,860
August 2016 17,572
July 2016 16,873
June 2016 34,240
May 2016 43,164
April 2016 20,596
March 2016 22,777
February 2016 30,008
January 2016 52,838
December 2015 51,589
November 2015 60,542
October 2015 37,145
September 2015 9,150
August 2015 48,889
July 2015 52,822
June 2015 33,346
May 2015 36,180
April 2015 51,031
March 2015 55,439
February 2015 84,359
January 2015 60,979
December 2014 55,154
November 2014 87,514
October 2014 63,293
September 2014 60,110
August 2014 64,229
July 2014 53,493
June 2014 51,404
May 2014 51,270
April 2014 56,447
March 2014 40,969
February 2014 33,308
January 2014 50,171
December 2013 46,257
November 2013 53,897
October 2013 34,049
September 2013 70,301
August 2013 71,235
July 2013 40,049
June 2013 54,700
May 2013 72,596
April 2013 66,076
March 2013 54,088
February 2013 49,892
January 2013 53,849
December 2012 65,047
November 2012 60,916
October 2012 45,521
September 2012 50,429
August 2012 50,781
July 2012 52,887
June 2012 50,683
May 2012 51,871
April 2012 51,523
March 2012 39,886
February 2012 46,422
January 2012 55,422
December 2011 36,132
November 2011 15,960

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 299,678
2 PhilThomas 121,002
3 mickbrook 106,370
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 42,012
...
306 tezb 132
307 rgbmau 130
308 tdawson 130
309 NeilHamilton 129
310 WLMOORE 129
311 haining 128

129 line(s) corrected.

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December 2017 129


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SCHOOL NOTES C.E.G.G.S. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 22 February 1940 [Issue No.3731] page 2 2019-08-01 15:55 , C.E.G:G;S. .
Since the schoof re-opened on Feb-
ruary' 6 all branches of the school's
of the" fifth and sixth forms have es-
Anglican's Association held its ii rsl
I Grammar School by Mr. Purdy.
1 On March 16 the school's tennis
¡ a triangular match with the Goul
I burn P.L.C. and the Moss Vale
I C.E.G.G.S.
j Friends' Association. This will be
I instructive for lessons for which films
i can be obtained and will also be a
source of entertainment for boarders i
I at Week-ends.
C.E.G.G.S.
Since the school re-opened on Feb-
ruary 6 all branches of the school's
of the fifth and sixth forms have es-
Anglican's Association held its first
Grammar School by Mr. Purdy.
On March 16 the school's tennis
a triangular match with the Goul-
burn P.L.C. and the Moss Vale
C.E.G.G.S.
Friends' Association. This will be
instructive for lessons for which films
can be obtained and will also be a
source of entertainment for boarders
at week-ends.
CYCLIST INJURED IN COLLISION (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 22 February 1940 [Issue No.3731] page 6 2019-08-01 15:52 car driven 'by Arthur Staples, Giles
day aftènnoon. Hawkins i'eceivod
abrasions *and Injuries to the back,
car driven by Arthur Staples, Giles
day afternoon. Hawkins received
abrasions and injuries to the back.
In School- and Out SWIMMING HIGH SCHCOL CAR[?]VAL Records Broken (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 22 February 1940 [Issue No.3731] page 2 2019-08-01 15:51 In School -V- and Out
HIGH SCHCOL CARNAVAL
afternoon. v The contest for House
Denman: .Boys 83, girls 74J; total
157¿.
Cowrie: Boys 93, girls 216; total,
Results were:
Under 16, Ereaststroke, 33 yds.:
Hllard (Lyons House), 1; Heyes
Time, 26 4-5 sees.
Droap (Fisher), 1; Harding (Gow-
221 sees- '
13 Yeais Championship, 33 yds.:
E. Norcombc (Gowrie), 1; McFar«
3. Time l8 3-5 sees, (new record).
3; Lyons, 2. Time, 29 1-5 sees.
(Lyo-ns), i; Shannon (Gowrie), 2;
Rogan (Denman), 3. Time, 22 1-ÍÍ
sees.
(Gowrie), l; Percival (Fisher), 2;
Mccauley (Gowrie), 3. Time, 23¿
Under 14, 100 yds.: Morcom.be
(Gowrie), 1; Archer (Lyons), 2; Mc
12 sees, (record).
man), 3. Time, 1 min. 6 1-5 sees,
sees. j
2; Benjamin (Gowrie), 3. Time,' 28
1-5 sees. - -
sees.
rie), l; Calwell (Gowrie), 2; Mar-
55 3-5 sees. '
t "Under 14, Backstroke: Morcombe
.sees, (record).
Diving: Morcombe .(Gowrie), »1;
ons), 3. , , ,
sees, (record).
sees.
Diving, Under 14: Msrcombe
sees, (record). v
(Gowrie), 3. Time, l8 1-5 sees.
sees, (record).
' (Denman), 1; Nlllson (Denman), 2;
[Clarke (Gowrie), 3. Time, 23 9-10
sees, (record).
1 Open Championship, 33 yds, : Par-
Slater (Gowrie), 3. Time, l8 1-5 sees.
man, 2; Fisher, 3.. Time, 1 min. 24
secs, (recoid). s
L. Cottinghnm and E. Mauger, equal,
1; J. Morcombe, 3; A. Grrfy, 4. Time,
19 4-5 sees, (record broken by 2-5
sees, (record).
23 4-5 sees.
D. Jackson (LyonsJ, 1; H. McDonald
(Lyons), 2; N. Plggln (Denman), 3.
Time, 21 2-5 sees.
Under 15 Rescue Race: M. Cumps
Open 100 Yds. : J. Moi combe ( Gow-
rie), 1; L. Cottlnghain (Lyons), 2;
13 3-5 sees, (record broken by 6 2-j
sees, ).
man), 3. Time, 26 9-10 sees.
Holdsworth, B. TeU>z (Denman), 1;
52 1-5 sees.
sees.
sees.
cord). j
Under 14 Diving: R. Israel (Fish
I
cr), 1; H. McDonald (Lyons), 2; D.
Jackson (Lyons), 3. "
sees. ( record ).
Morcombc (Gowrie), 3. t
Open Backstroke, 33 yds.: J. Mor
comtae (Gowrie), 1; A. Gi a y (Fish-
22 4-5 sees, (record).
Under IG Backstroke,' 33 yds.: J:
Morcombe ( Gowrie ), , 1 ; A, Grayi
Time, 23'. sees, (record). i
F."Thomas (Denman), 1; D. Jackson
Time, 27 3-5 sees, (equals record). I
Under 14 Relay: Lyons, 1; Denman, (
2; Fisher, 3. Time, 1 min. 27 4-5 ¡
secs. ( record ). I
Open Breaststroke, 33 yds. : F. i
Thomas (Denman) and D. Jackson ]
(Lyons), equal, 1; G. Israel (Fisher), '
3, Time, 27 4-5 aecp.
In School - - and Out
HIGH SCHOOL CARNIVAL
afternoon. The contest for House
House scores were:—
Denman: Boys 83, girls 74½; total
157½.
Gowrie: Boys 93, girls 216; total,
Results were:—
Under 16, Breaststroke, 33 yds.:
Hilard (Lyons House), 1; Heyes
Time, 26 4-5 secs.
Droop (Fisher), 1; Harding (Gow-
22¼ secs.
13 Years Championship, 33 yds.:
E. Norcombe (Gowrie), 1; McFar-
3. Time 18 3-5 secs, (new record).
3; Lyons, 2. Time, 29 1-5 secs.
(Lyons), 1; Shannon (Gowrie), 2;
Rogan (Denman), 3. Time, 22 1-5
secs.
(Gowrie), 1; Percival (Fisher), 2;
McCauley (Gowrie), 3. Time, 23½
Under 14, 100 yds.: Morcombe
(Gowrie), 1; Archer (Lyons), 2; Mc-
12 secs, (record).
man), 3. Time, 1 min. 6 1-5 secs,
secs.
2; Benjamin (Gowrie), 3. Time, 28
1-5 secs.
secs.
rie), 1; Calwell (Gowrie), 2; Mar-
55 3-5 secs.
Under 14, Backstroke: Morcombe
secs, (record).
Diving: Morcombe .(Gowrie), 1;
ons), 3.
secs, (record).
secs.
Diving, Under 14: Morcombe
secs, (record).
(Gowrie), 3. Time, 18 1-5 secs.
secs, (record).
(Denman), 1; Nillson (Denman), 2;
Clarke (Gowrie), 3. Time, 23 9-10
secs. (record).
Open Championship, 33 yds.: Par-
Slater (Gowrie), 3. Time, 18 1-5 secs.
man, 2; Fisher, 3. Time, 1 min. 24
secs. (record).
L. Cottingham and E. Mauger, equal,
1; J. Morcombe, 3; A. Gray, 4. Time,
19 4-5 secs, (record broken by 2-5
secs. (record).
23 4-5 secs.
D. Jackson (Lyons), 1; H. McDonald
(Lyons), 2; N. Piggin (Denman), 3.
Time, 21 2-5 secs.
Under 15 Rescue Race: M. Cumps-
Open 100 Yds. : J. Morcombe ( Gow-
rie), 1; L. Cottingham (Lyons), 2;
13 3-5 secs, (record broken by 6 2-5
secs.
man), 3. Time, 26 9-10 secs.
Holdsworth, B. Tetez (Denman), 1;
52 1-5 secs.
secs.
secs.
cord).
Under 14 Diving: R. Israel (Fish-
er), 1; H. McDonald (Lyons), 2; D.
Jackson (Lyons), 3.
secs. (record).
Morcombe (Gowrie), 3.
Open Backstroke, 33 yds.: J. Mor-
combe (Gowrie), 1; A. Gray (Fish-
22 4-5 secs. (record).
Under 16 Backstroke, 33 yds.: J.
Time, 23½ secs, (record).
F. Thomas (Denman), 1; D. Jackson
Time, 27 3-5 secs, (equals record).
Under 14 Relay: Lyons, 1; Denman,
2; Fisher, 3. Time, 1 min. 27 4-5
secs. ( record ).
Thomas (Denman) and D. Jackson
(Lyons), equal, 1; G. Israel (Fisher),
3, Time, 27 4-5 secs.
CANBERRA AMBULANCE First Aid Classes (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 22 February 1940 [Issue No.3731] page 5 2019-08-01 14:11 same hour on the lollowing Monday.
Cadidutes lor first aid certificates
meet lor Instruction on eacli succeed-
day, as previously arranged. I
same hour on the following Monday.
Cadidates for first aid certificates
meet for Instruction on each succeed-
day, as previously arranged.
CHURCH SITE Dr. Waldock Favours Golf Course (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 22 February 1940 [Issue No.3731] page 2 2019-08-01 14:09 CHURCH. SHE
Dr. Waldock Favours Golfy
Course s,
for ^hutches were disclosed by the
Rev. A J. Waldock,' Baptist Minis-
Congregatiooalist pastoi on Temday
night
Dr Waldock suggested that the
Congrcgationalists consider building
then chuich on the Royal Canbeira
Golf Course or m the vicinity of the
ga," he added.
"Theie are some people who be-
chuiches in Canberra already. Don't
believe it; there are 'not halt enough.
Sometimes I have tne most distress-
embarrassing situation'"
CHURCH SITE
Dr. Waldock Favours Golf
Course
for churches were disclosed by the
Rev. A J. Waldock, Baptist Minis-
Congregationalist pastor on Teusday
night.
Dr. Waldock suggested that the
Congregationalists consider building
their church on the Royal Canberra
Golf Course or in the vicinity of the
go," he added.
"There are some people who be-
churches in Canberra already. Don't
believe it; there are not half enough.
Sometimes I have the most distress-
embarrassing situation!"
WAR TAXATION PROPOSALS. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 22 February 1940 [Issue No.3731] page 4 2019-08-01 14:05 concerning' the proposals is of a negative character. I he Prime
Government would not reduce the - minimum to £ I OU but that
able'forms of taxation, having particular regard to war conditions,
, have been exploited.
fication for war profits tax, there is theT general principle that if
determining what are profits due to war conditions, but the gen-,
eral - proposition is * that a war prosperity underlies increased .in-
comes. In connection with companies-or business enterprises
where increased profits arc due to the employment of additional
profits to be calculated with regard to ih^c capital involved. These
details are, however, matters to be dealt with, in practice. What
is essential is that war profits taxatiorfíshould bulk large in the
concerning the proposals is of a negative character. The Prime
Government would not reduce the minimum to £100 but that
able forms of taxation, having particular regard to war conditions,
have been exploited.
fication for war profits tax, there is the general principle that if
determining what are profits due to war conditions, but the gen-
eral proposition is that a war prosperity underlies increased in-
comes. In connection with companies or business enterprises
where increased profits are due to the employment of additional
profits to be calculated with regard to the capital involved. These
details are, however, matters to be dealt with in practice. What
is essential is that war profits taxation should bulk large in the
AUSTRALIAN FOSSILS Stricter Control Over Exports (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 21 February 1940 [Issue No.3730] page 5 2019-07-25 15:20 Indiscriminate exportation,of Aus-
I States, has deprived the, Common-
it waa learned yesterday.
Because of tnis, the Common-
cement.
. Permission to export will, in future,
be ici.ua.-u arness applications fbr
sessed by State museums. * t .
Indiscriminate exportation of Aus-
States, has deprived the Common-
it was learned yesterday.
Because of this, the Common-
consent.
Permission to export will, in future,
be refused unless applications for
sessed by State museums.
GARDEN FAIR Patriotic Fund Appeal QUEEN COMPETITION (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 21 February 1940 [Issue No.3730] page 2 2019-07-25 15:18 CARDEN FAIR
Supporters continue .to rally to the
aid of the Government House Garden I
Fair, which will be held under, the pa-
of Yarralumla on April 20.' -
Mr. ".Neville Milson has donated a
fat polled, Angus1 steer and Mr. H. E.
Curian has presented'a'fat ¡lamb lo
the 'Croquet Club.
aro working with Mrs. Rutledge,on
the organisation of a pioduce store.
butors are -asked to get into touch
inated1 by Station 2CA.
bo crowned inext' day.' «
GARDEN FAIR
Supporters continue to rally to the
aid of the Government House Garden
Fair, which will be held under the pa-
of Yarralumla on April 20.
Mr. Neville Milson has donated a
fat polled Angus steer and Mr. H. E.
Curran has presented a fat lamb to
the Croquet Club.
aro working with Mrs. Rutledge on
the organisation of a produce store.
butors are asked to get into touch
inated by Station 2CA.
be crowned next day.
LAWSON CASE Mr. Menzies Declines Comment MELBOURNE, Tuesday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 21 February 1940 [Issue No.3730] page 4 2019-07-25 15:16 The Leader of the Opposition (Mr. j
Curtin) stated to-day that he had]
been informed that the files covering I
negotiations between the Common-1
able to him,'and he would leave for j
Canberra to-morrow to inspect them.,
The Leader of the Opposition (Mr.
Curtin) stated to-day that he had
been informed that the files covering
negotiations between the Common-
able to him, and he would leave for
Canberra to-morrow to inspect them.
WAR SAVINGS Certificates to Issue APPEAL TO SMALL INVESTORS (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 21 February 1940 [Issue No.3730] page 3 2019-07-25 15:15 WAK SAVINGS
Cerli ti eales lo Issue
of the war will become opeialive next
will be offered" to the public.
that the certificates, which will "oc
available In aenomlnalions of £1, £5
and £10. will be free of Common Health
and State Income tax and stamp
Tho availability of the certificates
and the*easy facilities for transfer are
persons of small moans fiom whom
the greatest suppoit for this war mea-
These ceitificates are also attractive
to t.he Commonwealth Troasuiy 'in
small handling costs
The ceitificates will return the
holder £1 for each 16/ Invested seven
years after the date'of purchase.
thal the Commonwealth Govenfmcnt
Is jonsidering the Introduction of a
sjiitem of compulsory borrowing. Ex-
perts^ consider that such a system of
caxation ¡n Australia. ?* '
WAR SAVINGS
Certificates to Issue
of the war will become operative next
will be offered to the public.
that the certificates, which will be
available in denominations of £1, £5
and £10, will be free of Commonwealth
and State income tax and stamp
The availability of the certificates
and the easy facilities for transfer are
persons of small means from whom
the greatest support for this war mea-
These certificates are also attractive
to the Commonwealth Treasury in
small handling costs.
The certificates will return the
holder £1 for each 16/ invested seven
years after the date of purchase.
that the Commonwealth Government
is considering the introduction of a
system of compulsory borrowing. Ex-
perts consider that such a system of
eaxation in Australia.

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