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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,897,218
2 noelwoodhouse 3,957,572
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,139
5 Rhonda.M 3,284,241
...
468 CNBR 107,235
469 Dancer 107,146
470 yelsel2 106,915
471 PeterWaugh 106,808
472 eirene 106,644
473 Bernie.Cline 105,982

106,808 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 2,864
December 2019 2,337
November 2019 1,583
October 2019 532
September 2019 1,146
August 2019 1,741
July 2019 2,597
June 2019 3,882
May 2019 5,662
April 2019 3,155
March 2019 1,542
February 2019 1,961
January 2019 1,803
December 2018 2,820
November 2018 2,937
October 2018 3,090
September 2018 3,214
August 2018 4,036
July 2018 4,401
June 2018 4,373
May 2018 2,857
April 2018 2,311
March 2018 3,136
February 2018 2,161
January 2018 1,599
December 2017 1,413
November 2017 227
October 2017 214
September 2017 279
August 2017 648
July 2017 996
June 2017 909
May 2017 480
April 2017 585
March 2017 943
February 2017 730
January 2017 1,109
December 2016 1,186
November 2016 283
October 2016 180
September 2016 313
August 2016 210
July 2016 981
June 2016 180
May 2016 568
April 2016 285
March 2016 99
February 2016 170
January 2016 345
December 2015 509
November 2015 260
October 2015 1,312
September 2015 447
August 2015 863
July 2015 193
June 2015 111
May 2015 298
April 2015 184
March 2015 186
February 2015 2,181
January 2015 692
December 2014 1,037
November 2014 1,412
October 2014 1,965
September 2014 361
July 2014 44
June 2014 178
May 2014 575
April 2014 230
March 2014 457
February 2014 808
January 2014 666
December 2013 444
November 2013 346
October 2013 2
September 2013 36
August 2013 554
July 2013 795
June 2013 145
May 2013 255
April 2013 349
March 2013 126
February 2013 69
January 2013 89
December 2012 35
October 2012 24
September 2012 53
August 2012 274
July 2012 805
June 2012 670
May 2012 603
April 2012 80
March 2012 179
February 2012 533
January 2012 365
December 2011 737
November 2011 464
October 2011 291
September 2011 63
July 2011 121
June 2011 203
April 2011 18
August 2010 30
March 2010 116
June 2009 14
December 2008 239
November 2008 515
October 2008 905
September 2008 219

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,897,016
2 noelwoodhouse 3,957,572
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,113
5 Rhonda.M 3,284,228
...
466 CNBR 107,235
467 Dancer 107,107
468 yelsel2 106,887
469 PeterWaugh 106,800
470 eirene 106,644
471 kbrockley 105,939

106,800 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 2,864
December 2019 2,337
November 2019 1,583
October 2019 532
September 2019 1,146
August 2019 1,741
July 2019 2,597
June 2019 3,882
May 2019 5,662
April 2019 3,155
March 2019 1,542
February 2019 1,961
January 2019 1,803
December 2018 2,820
November 2018 2,937
October 2018 3,090
September 2018 3,214
August 2018 4,036
July 2018 4,397
June 2018 4,373
May 2018 2,853
April 2018 2,311
March 2018 3,136
February 2018 2,161
January 2018 1,599
December 2017 1,413
November 2017 227
October 2017 214
September 2017 279
August 2017 648
July 2017 996
June 2017 909
May 2017 480
April 2017 585
March 2017 943
February 2017 730
January 2017 1,109
December 2016 1,186
November 2016 283
October 2016 180
September 2016 313
August 2016 210
July 2016 981
June 2016 180
May 2016 568
April 2016 285
March 2016 99
February 2016 170
January 2016 345
December 2015 509
November 2015 260
October 2015 1,312
September 2015 447
August 2015 863
July 2015 193
June 2015 111
May 2015 298
April 2015 184
March 2015 186
February 2015 2,181
January 2015 692
December 2014 1,037
November 2014 1,412
October 2014 1,965
September 2014 361
July 2014 44
June 2014 178
May 2014 575
April 2014 230
March 2014 457
February 2014 808
January 2014 666
December 2013 444
November 2013 346
October 2013 2
September 2013 36
August 2013 554
July 2013 795
June 2013 145
May 2013 255
April 2013 349
March 2013 126
February 2013 69
January 2013 89
December 2012 35
October 2012 24
September 2012 53
August 2012 274
July 2012 805
June 2012 670
May 2012 603
April 2012 80
March 2012 179
February 2012 533
January 2012 365
December 2011 737
November 2011 464
October 2011 291
September 2011 63
July 2011 121
June 2011 203
April 2011 18
August 2010 30
March 2010 116
June 2009 14
December 2008 239
November 2008 515
October 2008 905
September 2008 219

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 336,759
2 PhilThomas 140,592
3 GeoffMMutton 125,205
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
2074 pauleve 8
2075 peacock 8
2076 Pete 8
2077 PeterWaugh 8
2078 ralav 8
2079 rallysandles 8

8 line(s) corrected.

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July 2018 4
May 2018 4


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LICENSES DEDUCTION BOARD. DEPRIVATION SITTINGS AT CRESWICK. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 29 February 1916 [Issue No.9119] page 2 2020-01-23 08:40 eral at Sulky should he retained.
Chas. W. Jehb, draper and Mayor
This was the last vear that the
hoard could accept surrenders, for
Mr Long said that was so; thev
Mr Frederick Charles Redman. ap-
Lock, one of the hoard members,
hotel, Piggoreet., and the Happy
The Bull and Month hotel, Cres
John B. Mador said no hotels
well conducted. He tliought one
eral at Sulky should be retained.
Chas. W. Jebb, draper and Mayor
This was the last year that the
board could accept surrenders, for
Mr Long said that was so; they
Mr Frederick Charles Redman, ap-
Lock, one of the board members,
hotel, Piggoreet, and the Happy
The Bull and Mouth hotel, Cres
John B. Mader said no hotels
Michael Kane - Mr H. G. Morrow
well conducted. He thought one
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. DEPRIVATION SITTINGS AT CRESWICK. HOTELS TO BE DELICENSED. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 3 March 1916 [Issue No.9120] page 3 2020-01-22 22:31 The board found two in the 'B
list-the Commercial at Smeaton
mittedly in thee most congested sec
cord with the real wants 0f the
fore is thai the undermentioned li-
say. that its licence will not be renewed,
Cattle Market hotel, Clnnes.
The board found two in the 'B'
list-the Commercial at Smeaton
mittedly in the most congested sec
cord with the real wants of the
fore is that the undermentioned li-
say, that its licence will not be renewed,
Cattle Market hotel, Clunes.
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. DEPRIVATION SITTINGS AT CRESWICK. HOTELS TO BE DELICENSED. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 3 March 1916 [Issue No.9120] page 3 2020-01-22 22:28 and the hoard fell it its duty to
and the board fell it its duty to
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. DEPRIVATION SITTINGS AT CRESWICK. HOTELS TO BE DELICENSED. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 3 March 1916 [Issue No.9120] page 3 2020-01-22 22:27 The cli lirni.iii adde 1 that slitin-s
,,| the hoanl would be held later
in the veir to assess the compen^a
lion to' be paid lo the owners and
licen.-ees of the hotel., to be clos
ed The tio.rtl was indebted lo
licensing Inspector Samp.on tor
the verv capable w.iv be had pre
-ented the eases .11 both Chine,,;
and Creswick. and to the police
evidence: they found that tie' po
;lnd the hoard fell it ils duty to
thank the liceiisin.s; inspector and
I licensing Inspector Sampson
thanked the hoard tor Its re
himself. He was dad that the
sittings had '.'one throuu'h without
any apparent hitch. H was a class
Jf" work of which tlu- police, had
fore it 'was the more gratify 1111;
The chairman said the hoard also
Court* for tin: way h<* had attended
to it* wants; and fhe
for its lull aitd ellk-ienl report ot
the sitting of hoard; it war?
rarclv that Mich a fuH report of
the jiroeeedin'J-s of the hoard was
? riven, and the infovnutiun would
lie useful to the public-most pro
bably in the. future.
There were ien hotels dcallw'ith
U\r tile, board I'oth at Clu'tcand a'
land hotel, Smeaton; Buck's Head ;
hotel,Clunes; Cosmopolitan ho
mount hotel, Springmount
ot tile evidence i;jvcii last Friday
rei;ardin^; the Ilritish hoicl, if was
slated that Senior Constable Ste
tels not In the list hefuru (hi>
board, . whtsn llie chairman bald

till tits; UoV!ili_w^S Oil th"-'. '^
for the board nould put in those
not included in tlic list. Then fol
lows the sentence"The senior
nonstable said there was not n
l>etter conducted hotel in tho
under consideration, whereas it re.
ferred to I lie Mridjje hotel, which
The chairman added that sittings
of the board would be held later
in the year to assess the compensa-
tion to be paid to the owners and
licencees of the hotels to be clos-
ed. The board was indebted to
licensing Inspector Sampson for
the very capable way be had pre-
sented the cases at both Clunes
and Creswick, and to the police
evidence: they found that the po
and the hoard fell it its duty to
thank the licensing inspector and
Licensing Inspector Sampson
thanked the board tor its re
himself. He was glad that the
sittings had gone through without
any apparent hitch. It was a class
of work of which the police had
fore it was the more gratifying
The chairman said the board also
Courts for the way he had attended
to its wants; and the local press
for its full and efficient report of
the sitting of board; it was
rarely that such a full report of
the proceedings of the board was
given, and the information would
be useful to the public-most pro
bably in the future.
There were ten hotels dealt with
by the board both at Clunes and at
land hotel, Smeaton; Buck's Head
hotel, Clunes; Cosmopolitan ho-
mount hotel, Springmount.
of the evidence given last Friday
regarding the British hotel, it was
stated that Senior Constable Ste
tels not in the list before the
board, when the chairman said

all hotels were on their trial
for the board could put in those
not included in the list. Then fol
lows the sentence:- "The senior
constable said there was not a
better conducted hotel in the
under consideration, whereas it re-
ferred to the Bridge hotel, which
OBITUARY. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 12 July 1918 [Issue No.9350] page 3 2020-01-22 17:56 was a nephew of the late Sirs
Broken Hill cemetery on the <lth inst.
Miss Frances Amos, Messrs T. Ca;;
was a nephew of the late Mrs
Broken Hill cemetery on the 4th inst.
Miss Frances Amos, Messrs T. Cas-
The Creswick Advertiser ESTABLISHED 1858. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1914 [Issue No.8,988] page 2 2020-01-22 17:52 Two lads, ijeed 10 and II y..eirs
res),ect,yely made „
ill al the North (Ye.swiel, railwav
hotel „i, l-i'iday lasl. TlieV b.eirde'd
the afternoon Irani (0 Hallarai
where Ihcy spent ,|,e proceeds of
tben laid, and on returniioi m ||,,,
evenjii.u w.-1-e iJUCslioijed. ad
millerl havinir secured 7s- " .(',id
spent I lie whole amount 1>t, j,.,,
erealll, eiuarelles, e(e. 'I'ln-v will be
'Id,I! wilh by 1 he Children's Court
111 due COIJl'.si;
Two lads, aged 10 and 11 years
respectively made a raid on the
till at the North Creswick railway
hotel on Friday last. They boarded
the afternoon train to Ballarat
where they spent the proceeds of
their raid, and on returning in the
evening were questioned. They ad
mitted having secured 7s 6d and
spent the whole amount on ice
cream, cigarettes, etc. They will be
dealt with by the Children's Court
in due course.
The Creswick Advertiser ESTABLISHED 1858. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1914 [Issue No.8,988] page 2 2020-01-22 17:46 ESTABLISHED JH58.
TUKSIJAY, XOYK.MUIiU 17, l'.H i.
AI tin- Smeaton ?:how luncheon
last. Friday, the toast of the State
(Mayor of C'reswick). Ho said the
C'reswick had met with general ap
proval, and they must idve credit
for the whole of Ihe StiU'. The
Premier was welj received on rising
to respond. iIsaid they had heard
or read of what h" had said as head
of Ihe Ilovernnient as to what they
thought should b»' dealt with by
bers of his party had tlie ri«rht to
d/ffer as to details, and this was
ESTABLISHED 1858.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914.
At the Smeaton show luncheon
last Friday, the toast of the State
(Mayor of Creswick). He said the
Creswick had met with general ap
proval, and they must give credit
for the whole of the State. The
Premier was well received on rising
to respond. He said they had heard
or read of what he had said as head
of the Government as to what they
thought should be dealt with by
bers of his party had the right to
differ as to details, and this was
The Creswick Advertiser ESTABLISHED 1858. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1916. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 24 October 1916 [Issue No.9185] page 2 2020-01-22 17:43 A .weatherboard 'dwelling house
at AVhite llills was destroyed by
lire at an early hour on Sunday
mi,riling. 'The occupiers were Mr
James 13. Farrell and family, and •
the owner Sirs Lydia Ilepworlh,
of Broken Hill. Mrs- Farrell had
been ironing until a late hour on ,
Saturday night, and had hung I
clothes in front of the lire. About
t'.vn o'clock on Sunday morning,
the bouse was tbuuu lo he in
Haines, aud the occupants bad 1 i
leave very hurriedly, none of ilia
eouicnts being saved. The ho us;
was soon demolished. The /ire
n I arm1 was not given until some
time -after the outbreak, and tie
I hey could do nothing, for the lire
The. house was insured in tin; Guar
dian Company for ,C7j, but the
i.untents were uninsured, and Mi
Mr II. Caddy, a local woo-1
A weatherboard dwelling house
at White Hills was destroyed by
fire at an early hour on Sunday
morning. The occupiers were Mr
James E. Farrell and family, and
the owner Mrs Lydia Hepworlh,
of Broken Hill. Mrs Farrell had
been ironing until a late hour on
Saturday night, and had hung
clothes in front of the fire. About
two o'clock on Sunday morning,
the house was found to be in
flames, and the occupants had to
leave very hurriedly, none of the
contents being saved. The house
was soon demolished. The fire
alarm was not given until some
time after the outbreak, and the
they could do nothing, for the fire
The house was insured in the Guar
dian Company for £75, but the
contents were uninsured, and Mr
Mr H. Caddy, a local wood=
The Creswick Advertiser ESTABLISHED 1858. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1916. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 24 October 1916 [Issue No.9185] page 2 2020-01-22 17:39 TUESDAY. OCT OB Ell 1M, HIKE
ing, conducted by the liev. A.
occasion. Mr R. II. Down, super
encq^in support of the despatch of
pire. borne had made the supreme
every inch ol the way against the
anti-conseriptlonists going to stop
taking the sacrifice of our men at |
not want to- look at it from
political point of view at all. We i
from German frightfulncss. As the.
our men are fighting in a righteous |
sacrifice is given lo us on the 2Sth, |
He was living in peace because of |
Some said they would not likp to vote :
to send others away. Me would
great sacrifice against these evils, |
we will help to bring this frightful- ,
ness to Australia. They should not |
"Yes." If hp had 100 votes they
the others.—(II. H. Chalmers, Cres
t lert street would be Hooded were
entertained oil Sunday evening as
felt during the day. Saturday was
would fall, but it did_aud at times'
throughout Sunday if was heavy.
The Creswiek creek rose almost a,
fall avhen iloods occurred in Au
gust,. 1909." Shortly, after 0 o'clock
at liragge s Flat reservoir would
I which was making its'way over tine
! hank. It ivas, also stated the bank
of Eaton's dam"'was in danger of
| the suu was shining brightly and it
was anticipated that (lie danger was •
over hut at 8 o'clock a heavy show
the creek overflowing ""into the
bouses utdbe north- end of -Albert
street. from , the junction of Vic
toria street. However,- this did
not eventuate,- although ' prepara
tions were made by some of ttie
householders to: be ready for an
evacuation. The vain kept off ful
some time, and" early- yesterday
morning light showers commenced,'
ihese . continuing at intervals'
throughout the day,- being driven
by a fairly,: strong "north west wind,
The ■ thorough soaking the ground
had recently receivud was the cause
Suuday.... At the, town hall yester
day moruing, at 9 o'clock, the re
gister showed if fall of 1 inch SO
points, blinking a total of 3 inches
!M points since- the 1st October.
This gives u . total register of
2089 points since the'beginning of
the year, compared with 20 inches'
l-l points for the whole of last
year. In • October of 1915 lb'
fait was 2 inches 53 points. Not
since 1900,- when -1 'inches SI
points fell, bus so much rain fal
ien in the month of October, but
there arc yet eight, days of this
month oil which ruin could he re
gistered. In October, 191-1,* no
rain at alt was ' registered. F-nv
Die first five uioufhs of' ' this. year
the register was 5 inclics:;5-i" points,
morning, it was 21 inches - 3D
points. "'
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1916
ing, conducted by the Rev. A.
occasion. Mr R. H. Down, super
ence in support of the despatch of
pire. Some had made the supreme
every inch of the way against the
anti-conscriptlonists going to stop
taking the sacrifice of our men at
not want to look at it from
political point of view at all. We
from German frightfulness. As the.
our men are fighting in a righteous
sacrifice is given to us on the 28th, |
He was living in peace because of
Some said they would not like to vote
to send others away. He would
great sacrifice against these evils,
we will help to bring this frightful-
ness to Australia. They should not
"Yes." If he had 100 votes they
the others.—(E. H. Chalmers, Cres
bert street would be flooded were
entertained on Sunday evening as
fell during the day. Saturday was
would fall, but it did and at times
throughout Sunday it was heavy.
The Creswick creek rose almost a
fall when floods occurred in Au
gust, 1909. Shortly, after 6 o'clock
at Bragge's Flat reservoir would
which was making its way over the
bank. It was also stated the bank
of Eaton's dam was in danger of
the sun was shining brightly and it
was anticipated that the danger was
over but at 8 o'clock a heavy show
the creek overflowing into the
houses at the north end of Albert
street from the junction of Vic
toria street. However, this did
not eventuate, although prepara
tions were made by some of the
householders to be ready for an
evacuation. The rain kept off for
some time, and early yesterday
morning light showers commenced,
these continuing at intervals
throughout the day, being driven
by a fairly strong north west wind,
The thorough soaking the ground
had recently received was the cause
Sunday. At the town hall yester
day morning, at 9 o'clock, the re
gister showed a fall of 1 inch 86
points, making a total of 3 inches
34 points since the 1st October.
This gives a total register of
2689 points since the beginning of
the year, compared with 20 inches
14 points for the whole of last
year. In October of 1915 the
fall was 2 inches 53 points. Not
since 1900, when 4 inches 85
points fell, has so much rain fal
len in the month of October, but
there are yet eight, days of this
month on which rain could be re
gistered. In October, 1912, no
rain at all was registered. For
the first five months of this year
the register was 5 inches 54 points,
morning, it was 21 inches 35
points.
The Creswick Advertiser ESTABLISHED 1858. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918. (Article), Creswick Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 14 June 1918 [Issue No.9342] page 2 2020-01-22 12:07 inst., arid this was seconded by Cv
Haines c-.nd carried.
For Coughs ami Colds, never fail?,
1/G and 2/9.
inst., and this was seconded by Cr
Haines and carried.
For Coughs ami Colds, never fails,
1/6 and 2/9.

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