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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,023,014
2 noelwoodhouse 4,005,152
3 NeilHamilton 3,494,044
4 DonnaTelfer 3,476,321
5 Rhonda.M 3,439,264
...
8742 ChrisGray 1,567
8743 darrylparker 1,567
8744 EvelynCW 1,567
8745 Osiris 1,567
8746 bowmanseacrest 1,566
8747 butterpaper 1,566

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Corrections by month

March 2020 8
February 2020 3
January 2020 41
April 2019 7
March 2019 17
August 2018 82
June 2018 16
November 2017 20
October 2015 32
August 2015 81
July 2015 156
March 2015 36
July 2013 67
May 2013 232
April 2013 49
February 2013 36
January 2013 59
September 2010 625

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,022,812
2 noelwoodhouse 4,005,152
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,915
4 DonnaTelfer 3,476,295
5 Rhonda.M 3,439,251
...
9038 trewkat 1,475
9039 jacksown 1,474
9040 MichaelRyan 1,474
9041 Osiris 1,474
9042 janfay 1,473
9043 kewhistory 1,473

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March 2020 8
January 2020 41
March 2019 17
June 2018 15
November 2017 20
October 2015 32
August 2015 81
July 2015 156
March 2015 36
July 2013 67
May 2013 232
April 2013 49
February 2013 36
January 2013 59
September 2010 625

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 376,339
2 GeoffMMutton 184,663
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 77,296
...
435 dedeemay 93
436 LLawes 93
437 marhleet 93
438 Osiris 93
439 rock-bottom 93
440 TonyMc 93

93 line(s) corrected.

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February 2020 3
April 2019 7
August 2018 82
June 2018 1


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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Sales by Auction advertised in this paper which will take place between this and our next publication. THIS DAY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 24 November 1838 [Issue No.4101] page 2 2020-03-21 01:20 George-slreet, at half-past IO for 11
By A. Polack at his Rooms, nt 12
By \V. Hebblewhite, at his Auction
Tur. POST OFFICE.-Mr. Raymond,
warded U3 a few specimens of the
ment Í3 to expedite the delivery, within
dozïn sheets. The principle is the same
limitîd in extent. The Parliamentary
George Slreet, at half-past 10 for 11
By A. Polack at his Rooms, at 12
By W. Hebblewhite, at his Auction
THE POST OFFICE.- Mr. Raymond,
warded us a few specimens of the
ment is to expedite the delivery, within
dozen sheets. The principle is the same
limited in extent. The Parliamentary
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Friday 23 September 1892 [Issue No.687] page 7742 2020-02-18 23:16 i;sue of a Five Penny impressed stamp for envelopes. For tbe
of Captain Cook) has been temporarily utilized. Ihe colour
of the new stamp is green, instead of chocolate-brown, and tbe
issue of a Five Penny impressed stamp for envelopes. For the
of Captain Cook) has been temporarily utilized. The colour
of the new stamp is green, instead of chocolate-brown, and the
ILLUSTRATED POST CARDS. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Monday 21 November 1898 [Issue No.6065] page 4 2020-01-10 18:47 transmitted through tho post without additional
cost. Tho cards are now on sale at tho General
Post Ofllce, and will also bo obtainable later on at
poBt-ofllces throughout tho colony. Tho appro
such a position that senders will bo enabled to
append their signatures, and sufllciont space Is
In. Sydney In time for tho mall closing to-morrow
those posted on the 29th 1nst. will bo due in Eng
land tm New Year's Day.
transmitted through the post without additional
cost. The cards are now on sale at the General
Post Ofllce, and will also be obtainable later on at
post-offices throughout tho colony. The appro
such a position that senders will be enabled to
append their signatures, and sufficient space Is
in Sydney In time for the mall closing to-morrow
those posted on the 29th 1nst. will be due in Eng
land on New Year's Day.
ILLUSTRATED POST CARDS. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Monday 21 November 1898 [Issue No.6065] page 4 2020-01-10 18:43 Orara River, and a composite scroll depleting the
Orara River, and a composite scroll depicting the
ILLUSTRATED POST CARDS. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Monday 21 November 1898 [Issue No.6065] page 4 2020-01-10 18:43 In furtherance of the plan- originated by Mr.
General, the department is about Issuing a serins
pared at the Government Printing Ofllce. The
object of this v1bbuo Is to advertise the scenery
medium of the people, who, it 1b anticipated, will
nies, but also throughout tho world. To this end,
ono at Id for tho Inland and Intercolonial servlco,
and tho othor at l%d for the International service.
Tho viows selected for the l»,jid card are 10 In
number; they arc placed on the back or message
nldo of tho card, and comprlso Mosman's Bay,
Broken7hill, Katoomba Falls, Fairy Dell (Mount
Victoria), Weeping Bock (Wentworth Falls),
Hawkesbury River, HawkcBbury Bridge, General
Post Office, Town-hall, and Technical Coilogo,
Sydney. These aro als6 represented on the id
card, but In different colors, and In addition thoro
are Ave others— tho Iron Cove Bridge, Fitzroy
Falls, Brooklyn (Hawkesbury), a'Bccno on the
Orara River, and a composite scroll depleting tho
Hawkosbury Brldgo, Post Ofllce Tower, and 'the
"Three Sisters" (Katoomba). The compioto
series thus comprises 25 cards, which can bo
In furtherance of the plan originated by Mr.
General, the department is about Issuing a series
pared at the Government Printing Office. The
object of this issue is to advertise the scenery
medium of the people, who, it is anticipated, will
nies, but also throughout the world. To this end,
one at Id for the Inland and Intercolonial servlce,
and the other at l½d for the International service.
Tho views selected for the 1½d card are 10 In
number; they are placed on the back or message
side of the card, and comprlse Mosman's Bay,
Broken Hill, Katoomba Falls, Fairy Dell (Mount
Victoria), Weeping Rock (Wentworth Falls),
Hawkesbury River, Hawkesbury Bridge, General
Post Office, Town-hall, and Technical College,
Sydney. These are also represented on the 1d
card, but In different colors, and In addition there
are five others— the Iron Cove Bridge, Fitzroy
Falls, Brooklyn (Hawkesbury), a scene on the
Orara River, and a composite scroll depleting the
Hawkesbury Brldge, Post Ofllce Tower, and the
"Three Sisters" (Katoomba). The complete
series thus comprises 25 cards, which can be
PRIVATE POST CARDS. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Wednesday 17 August 1898 [Issue No.5983] page 4 2020-01-10 18:34 ! PRIVATE POST CARDS.
Hitherto the postal regulations have nau a pro
bear an Impressed stamp in prepayment, or par
within New South AYales, anil to the other Aus
also be transmissible to places beyond Austra
lasia at IVid ami 3d. Permission must be ob
tained from the Postuinstcr-Gencrni, aud a speci
nor more than J V x V.: inches. Nothing may
PRIVATE POST CARDS.
Hitherto the postal regulations have had a pro-
bear an Impressed stamp in prepayment, or par-
within New South Wales, and to the other Aus-
also be transmissible to places beyond Austra-
lasia at 1½d and 3d. Permission must be ob-
tained from the Postmaster-General, and a speci
nor more than 5½ x 3½ inches. Nothing may

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