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1 JohnWarren 5,903,462
2 noelwoodhouse 3,960,752
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,803
5 Rhonda.M 3,298,043
...
73 lesley65 607,060
74 nbay 606,770
75 Hinde 604,542
76 NevHolden 596,906
77 JaneM1951 580,053
78 Warrandee 574,081

596,906 line(s) corrected.

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January 2020 14,670
December 2019 13,115
November 2019 4,195
October 2019 8,828
September 2019 4,897
August 2019 5,562
July 2019 2,220
June 2019 339
May 2019 4,766
April 2019 5,833
March 2019 11,749
February 2019 12,599
January 2019 14,350
December 2018 18,890
November 2018 8,590
October 2018 10,916
September 2018 17,200
August 2018 17,577
July 2018 11,854
June 2018 1,216
May 2018 12,722
April 2018 18,640
March 2018 7,592
February 2018 13,763
January 2018 24,220
December 2017 11,794
November 2017 21,652
October 2017 20,340
September 2017 10,501
August 2017 5,523
July 2017 760
June 2017 12,941
May 2017 9,149
April 2017 15,450
March 2017 19,811
February 2017 13,810
January 2017 12,578
December 2016 9,656
November 2016 25,000
October 2016 15,010
September 2016 12,129
August 2016 15,010
July 2016 612
June 2016 15,975
May 2016 17,049
April 2016 8,902
March 2016 3,739
February 2016 11,173
January 2016 19,445
December 2015 9,791
November 2015 2,434
October 2015 4,141
September 2015 284
August 2015 436
July 2015 587
June 2015 254
May 2015 788
April 2015 699
March 2015 246
February 2015 56
January 2015 90
December 2014 114
November 2014 182
October 2014 134
July 2014 60
June 2014 595
May 2014 153
April 2014 414
March 2014 518
February 2014 618

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,903,260
2 noelwoodhouse 3,960,752
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,777
5 Rhonda.M 3,298,030
...
73 lesley65 607,060
74 nbay 605,204
75 Hinde 603,524
76 NevHolden 596,568
77 JaneM1951 579,961
78 Warrandee 574,015

596,568 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 14,670
December 2019 13,115
November 2019 4,195
October 2019 8,827
September 2019 4,877
August 2019 5,561
July 2019 2,210
June 2019 339
May 2019 4,766
April 2019 5,833
March 2019 11,706
February 2019 12,591
January 2019 14,350
December 2018 18,890
November 2018 8,446
October 2018 10,896
September 2018 17,181
August 2018 17,577
July 2018 11,854
June 2018 1,216
May 2018 12,722
April 2018 18,635
March 2018 7,592
February 2018 13,763
January 2018 24,220
December 2017 11,794
November 2017 21,652
October 2017 20,334
September 2017 10,501
August 2017 5,523
July 2017 760
June 2017 12,939
May 2017 9,146
April 2017 15,439
March 2017 19,811
February 2017 13,806
January 2017 12,564
December 2016 9,656
November 2016 24,981
October 2016 15,010
September 2016 12,122
August 2016 15,010
July 2016 612
June 2016 15,975
May 2016 17,049
April 2016 8,901
March 2016 3,739
February 2016 11,173
January 2016 19,445
December 2015 9,791
November 2015 2,434
October 2015 4,141
September 2015 284
August 2015 436
July 2015 587
June 2015 254
May 2015 788
April 2015 699
March 2015 246
February 2015 56
January 2015 90
December 2014 114
November 2014 182
October 2014 134
July 2014 60
June 2014 595
May 2014 153
April 2014 414
March 2014 518
February 2014 618

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 340,286
2 PhilThomas 140,656
3 GeoffMMutton 128,982
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
173 RickyH 345
174 onewaymule87 344
175 gumnut440 341
176 NevHolden 338
177 IanMurrell 330
178 bbroom 322

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October 2019 1
September 2019 20
August 2019 1
July 2019 10
March 2019 43
February 2019 8
November 2018 144
October 2018 20
September 2018 19
April 2018 5
October 2017 6
June 2017 2
May 2017 3
April 2017 11
February 2017 4
January 2017 14
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1,000 acres for NG university (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Wednesday 2 February 1966 [Issue No.11,381] page 10 2020-01-28 11:06 thousand acrcs of land have been set aside in
Tho chairman of the
council of the tcchnicat in
stitute, Sir Herbert NVatkin.
said today that' he en
township will develop ad
The site for the new uni
versity and technical insti
The Port Moresby ad
Sir Herbert said the gene
surveyor, Mr G. R. Harri
site for Adelaide Univer
result of collaboration be
The first buildings ercc
and staff and student ac
ready for use by the tech
thousand acres of land have been set aside in
The chairman of the
council of the technical in-
stitute, Sir Herbert Watkin.
said today that he en-
township will develop ad-
The site for the new uni-
versity and technical insti-
The Port Moresby ad-
Sir Herbert said the gene-
surveyor, Mr G. R. Harri-
site for Adelaide Univer-
result of collaboration be-
The first buildings erec-
and staff and student ac-
ready for use by the tech-
Back Door To Pt. Moresby (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Friday 20 March 1942 [Issue No.5,818] page 2 2020-01-28 10:56 Pt0 MIoresby
F the Japanese propose
Ito break into Port
attacks on their sea trans
It is a fact that a party of Aus
Lae and Wau area by.this route
some weeks ago under the direc
ft. above sea level, is very shal
low to within a .mile of its sand
stream passes through swamp
* The river runs also ,through
or tree trunk-but travel ap
In the last war the German mis
sions took advantage of their reli
were arrogantly intolerant of legi
timate, restraint, cohcealed arms,
One German missionary ' tra
in the open sea to Humlroldt
g~et away information.
chief media for secretly communi
British administration forces, re
the plans and projects for inva
sion and rebellion made by Ger
Threatened with extinction dur
Customs offences. One very fla
grant offence was. the importation
of trade goods duty-free as "Christ
Pt. Moresby
IF the Japanese propose
to break into Port
attacks on their sea trans-
It is a fact that a party of Aus-
Lae and Wau area by this route
some weeks ago under the direc-
ft. above sea level, is very shal-
low to within a mile of its sand-
stream passes through swamp-
The river runs also ,through
or tree trunk-but travel up-
In the last war the German mis-
sions took advantage of their reli-
were arrogantly intolerant of legi-
timate, restraint, concealed arms,
One German missionary ' tra-
in the open sea to Humboldt
get away information.
chief media for secretly communi-
British administration forces, re-
the plans and projects for inva-
sion and rebellion made by Ger-
Threatened with extinction dur-
Customs offences. One very fla-
grant offence was the importation
of trade goods duty-free as "Christ-
Bomb-Proof Photo From Moresby (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Saturday 17 October 1942 [Issue No.5,998] page 3 2020-01-28 10:52 Merchant Navy.salvaged a photo
graph of an at
,In Melbourne
Melbourne pho
throw no light on the girl's iden
pupils af school.
that Mrs. Dixon has been evacu
ated to Australia, and. that .her
husband is fightiing in New. Guinea.
MELBOURNE.-After a Japan-
Merchant Navy, salvaged a photo
graph of an at-
In Melbourne
Melbourne pho-
throw no light on the girl's iden-
who was identified as Miss Nan
pupils at school.
that Mrs. Dixon has been evacu-
ated to Australia, an that her
husband is fightiing in New Guinea.
PORT MORESBY "Dead, As a Civilian Town" (Article), Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), Thursday 19 February 1942 [Issue No.44] page 4 2020-01-28 10:49 with tiie life ajid death of war as men
a recent visitor (roni Port Moresby.
noises, the whine of motors of Jap
explosion of bombs, the sharp crsrck
of anti-aircraft guns, and tbe clatter
men 4nd all women and children have
In uniform are to be seen. These men
and use It aa a springboard to Aus
they will enter civilian life all mil
lionaires. Their pay accumulates be
watched with bated breath. Ontie a
pay (ram 1/- to 3/. a day for being
the Japanese are 1001b. 'daisy-cut-
ISO feet.
All is not defensive, said the visi
tor. The RA.A.F. 'planes By out
Moresby (Mr. A- C. Kentoul) has ar
rived at an Australian port. Ho said
doBed. He said that although there
caused a terrific strain on the resi
Mr. A. C. Rentoul stated all busi
by Ihe Japanese on February 3.
who had ia continuously hide in shel
Mr. Rentoul laid the first raid com
menced about 3 a-m. on February 8.
He and Mr. S. E. Rellly ta Govern
and mosquitoes were In numbers. The
Japanese 'planea new overhead for
from the bomb explosion. Mr. Rellly
on the knee and had badly injured bis
knee-cap. Rellly had later evacuated.
raids, but nightly 'planes circled over
head, causing the people to get Into
shelters a-nd a safe locality. The strain
on the people was very great Mr. Ren
etood up In.
with the life and death of war as men
a recent visitor from Port Moresby.
noises, the whine of motors of Jap-
explosion of bombs, the sharp crarck
of anti-aircraft guns, and the clatter
men and all women and children have
in uniform are to be seen. These men
and use It aa a springboard to Aus-
they will enter civilian life all mil-
lionaires. Their pay accumulates be-
watched with bated breath. Once a
pay from 1/- to 3/. a day for being
the Japanese are 100lb. 'daisy-cut-
150 feet.
All is not defensive, said the visi-
tor. The R.A.A.F. 'planes fly out
Moresby (Mr. A C. Rentoul) has ar-
rived at an Australian port. He said
closed. He said that although there
caused a terrific strain on the resi-
Mr. A. C. Rentoul stated all busi-
by the Japanese on February 3.
who had ia continuously hide in shel-
Mr. Rentoul laid the first raid com-
menced about 3 a.m. on February 8.
He and Mr. S. E. Rellly (a Govern-
and mosquitoes were in numbers. The
Japanese 'planes sflew overhead for
from the bomb explosion. Mr. Reilly
He (Rentoul), went to Rellly's help
on the knee and had badly injured his
knee-cap. Reilly had later evacuated.
raids, but nightly 'planes circled over-
head, causing the people to get into
shelters and a safe locality. The strain
on the people was very great Mr. Ren-
stood up in.
ADMINISTRATOR THANKS Evacuation Committee (Article), Papuan Courier (Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea : 1917 - 1942), Friday 2 January 1942 [Issue No.1] page 8 2020-01-28 10:44 Tuesday . afternoon N
Ilis
Mu.xray,
of the. evacuation of women and
and '
existed' in
all-thewomen
Sir • Walter
of New Guinea, expressing •sincere
for. the
men
No' praise
l^e did not^know
97. , By
the mjany
Tuesday afternoon
His
Murray,
of the evacuation of women and
and
existed in
all the women
Sir Walter
of New Guinea, expressing sincere
for the
men-
No praise
he did not know
97. By
the many
EVACUEES ARRIVE. FROM PORT MORESBY. LAUNCHES REACH AUSTRALIAN PORT. (Article), Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Tuesday 24 February 1942 [Issue No.12,482] page 4 2020-01-28 10:41 FROM POBT MORESBY.
LAUNCHES SE ACH AUSTRALIAN
. PORT.
conveying a number Of persons. away
people had very, narrow, escapes.
One of the launches had a shaft'
400 miles..
A well known Pacific sketch artist it
of sketches of bombs bunting on the
harbour, and enemy aéroplanes are
shown traversing .overhead. Enemy
FROM PORT MORESBY.
LAUNCHES REACH AUSTRALIAN
PORT.
conveying a number of persons away
people had very narrow escapes.
One of the launches had a shaft
400 miles.
A well known Pacific sketch artist is
of sketches of bombs bursting on the
harbour, and enemy aeroplanes are
shown traversing overhead. Enemy
PORT MORESBY DIN OF WAR ALREADY COMMON (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Thursday 19 February 1942 page 4 2020-01-28 10:39 PORT MORESBY j
MN OF WAR AIJtEADY COMMON
Iflidpdien of the vital Torres Straits supply
Bpe— Is dead as a civilian town, but under
ibfirtlel law It pulses with life as men stand
# action stations, according to a recent
visitor from Font Moresby.
the whine of tlie motors of Japanese planes
as they dive-bomb, tlie firing of an occa
sional burst from camions, the explosion
guns. Houses arc deserted, the natives have
flpne into the bush, and sick men and all
These men say that, given more air sup
S-rt, the enemy would never take Port
oresby and use It as a springboard to
'Tiut all is not defensive,' said the visi
tor. 'R.A-A.F. planes fly out nightly and
rfetum hours later with their bomb racks
?iapty. The militia respect the Air Force
own. who fought gallantly against great
odds and evacuated them from New Ire
PORT MORESBY
DIN OF WAR ALREADY COMMON
guardian of the vital Torres Straits supply
line— is dead as a civilian town, but under
martial law it pulses with life as men stand
at action stations, according to a recent
visitor from Port Moresby.
the whine of the motors of Japanese planes
as they dive-bomb, the firing of an occa-
sional burst from cannons, the explosion
guns. Houses are deserted, the natives have
gone into the bush, and sick men and all
These men say that, given more air sup-
port, the enemy would never take Port
Moresby and use It as a springboard to
'But all is not defensive,' said the visi-
tor. 'R.A.A.F. planes fly out nightly and
return hours later with their bomb racks
empty. The militia respect the Air Force
men. who fought gallantly against great
odds and evacuated them from New Ire-
"Japs won't get Port Moresby" (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954), Wednesday 23 September 1942 [Issue No.159] page 6 2020-01-28 10:35 already become another Malava, Port Moresby
uy a process or j lgsaw logic,
probably debatirig plans for the
"Dunkirk" our MJEJF. back to the
The optimists are this war's for
usually among the pill advertise
Ming, ociy auviuiucb iJLctvc ucuupuj. ax -
TN efforts to appraise the real de
most of the tipsters have been lean
bushed, and, in this , weird cat-and-
Supply Is. going to be. the decisive
factor. And in this jungle wilder
still got to be supplied with ammu
gun bursts spew out half a hun
t multiply the ammunition require
challenge it from the land, the out
Wrecking creWs in our big
A fleet of barges ferrying sup
We hold a complete and undis
rFHE frantic evacuation of the
supply of jungle Tarzans is not in
i fects of our land and air nut-
i cracker on his supply line.,
j His advance has steadily slowed
i down. He was halted at Ioribaiwa.
J For days the fighting has earned
, only a two-line synopsis mention
i in official communiques.
! If the enemy does push on to the
i Moresby foothills, will the narrow
j funnel of trail enable him to as-
j semble the force necessary to attack
J Moresby?
i Can he reduce the Allied garri-
i Can he maintain without air sup-
i across New Guinea to Buna?
j The chances of all this look re-
i mote.
j The Japs are now engaged in a
i man-sized job in the Solomons.
i and manpower for a simultaneous
i But the last three months have
j indicated a pronounced deficiency
J in their air strength,
j Australia's peril is just as acute
j as it was three months ago. But
i the Owen Stanley influence on
i yond its true importance.
Htijyfe Basht Daily Telegraph war
correspondent sometvhere in Aks-
' . tralia, says:-
already become another Malaya, Port Moresby
By a process or jigsaw logic,
probably debating plans for the
"Dunkirk" our M.E.F. back to the
The optimists are this war's for-
usually among the pill advertise-
bing. Jap advances have temporar-
IN efforts to appraise the real de-
most of the tipsters have been lean-
bushed, and, in this weird cat-and-
Supply is going to be the decisive
factor. And in this jungle wilder-
still got to be supplied with ammu-
gun bursts spew out half a hun-
multiply the ammunition require-
challenge it from the land, the out-
Wrecking crews in our big
A fleet of barges ferrying sup-
We hold a complete and undis-
THE frantic evacuation of the
supply of jungle Tarzans is not in-
fects of our land and air nut-
cracker on his supply line.
His advance has steadily slowed
down. He was halted at Ioribaiwa.
For days the fighting has earned
only a two-line synopsis mention
in official communiques.
If the enemy does push on to the
Moresby foothills, will the narrow
funnel of trail enable him to as-
semble the force necessary to attack
Moresby?
Can he reduce the Allied garri-
Can he maintain without air sup-
across New Guinea to Buna?
The chances of all this look re-
mote.
The Japs are now engaged in a
man-sized job in the Solomons.
and manpower for a simultaneous
But the last three months have
indicated a pronounced deficiency
in their air strength,
Australia's peril is just as acute
as it was three months ago. But
the Owen Stanley influence on
yond its true importance.
Hugh Dash, Daily Telegraph war
correspondent somewhere in Aus-
tralia, says:-
BOMBER DOWNED AT PORT MORESBY SYDNEY, Friday. (Article), Macleay Argus (Kempsey, NSW : 1885 - 1907; 1909 - 1910; 1912 - 1913; 1915 - 1916; 1918 - 1954), Friday 27 February 1942 [Issue No.8958] page 5 2020-01-28 10:28 crew were wildly cheered by 100 peo
ple at Port Moresby when they hit a
1 bomber on February 16. Trailing
biiiuiiC) 'tiic DoniDer crasneci into tli6
W. A. Haydon, of Wau, a refrigera
crew were wildly cheered by 100 peo-
ple at Port Moresby when they hit a
bomber on February 16. Trailing
smoke, the bomber crashed into the
W. A. Haydon, of Wau, a refrigera-
Red Cross Carries On at Port Moresby (Article), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Tuesday 5 May 1942 [Issue No.2861] page 12 2020-01-28 10:27 — tt f^W&^t—
'WleEnEhe women and children
iy--r« eCTtcaated. from Papua _thp
lbnorary secretary or the fted
evacuated with them. The secre
Mr, Harold Hardy,, who offered
his services Jn an honorary
position in Port Moresby has be
come more serious and, conse
quently, Bed Cross work has be-
again made an -offer to act as
Deputy— Assistant Commissioner
in the area. The Central Gouncil
Mr. Hardy, was formerly -era- ?
quantity surveyor for the De
partment of the Interior, He,
and Bed Cross was fortunate to
assistance to the medical ser
vices. AH stores held at Port
Moresby have been made avail
able and, in addition, further sup
convalescent depot, making avail
Red Cross Carries On
at Port Moresby
'When the women and children
were evacuated. from Papua the
honorary secretary or the Red
evacuated with them. The secre-
Mr, Harold Hardy,who offered
his services in an honorary
position in Port Moresby has be-
come more serious and, conse-
quently, Red Cross work has be-
again made an offer to act as
Deputy Assistant Commissioner
in the area. The Central Council
Mr. Hardy, was formerly em-
quantity surveyor for the De-
partment of the Interior, He
and Red Cross was fortunate to
assistance to the medical ser-
vices. All stores held at Port
Moresby have been made avail-
able and, in addition, further sup-
convalescent depot, making avail-

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