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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,140
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,482
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,076
5 Rhonda.M 3,099,346
...
257 eamon.key 199,999
258 emily.d.ashcope 199,999
259 Peter.Murrell 199,999
260 RAKopittke 199,148
261 sherrylac 199,012
262 ajquinn 197,693

199,148 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 2
July 2019 305
March 2019 33
February 2019 1
January 2019 64
December 2018 38
November 2018 185
October 2018 215
September 2018 42
August 2018 39
May 2018 373
April 2018 338
December 2017 66
September 2017 9
August 2017 47
June 2017 167
May 2017 7
April 2017 4
February 2017 61
January 2017 1
October 2016 41
July 2016 9
March 2016 172
January 2016 102
December 2015 2,275
November 2015 58
October 2015 400
September 2015 61
August 2015 4,263
July 2015 3
May 2015 1,858
April 2015 631
March 2015 5
February 2015 372
January 2015 85
December 2014 47
November 2014 101
October 2014 1,725
September 2014 415
August 2014 1,441
July 2014 331
June 2014 2,583
May 2014 12
April 2014 646
March 2014 77
January 2014 1
November 2013 59
October 2013 40
September 2013 148
August 2013 97
June 2013 127
April 2013 17
March 2013 3,204
January 2013 1,760
December 2012 18,644
November 2012 43,034
October 2012 20,180
September 2012 19,549
August 2012 23,244
July 2012 19,774
June 2012 10,017
May 2012 108
April 2012 19
March 2012 18,686
April 2011 730

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,785,938
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,482
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,055
5 Rhonda.M 3,099,333
...
255 emily.d.ashcope 199,999
256 Peter.Murrell 199,999
257 eamon.key 199,987
258 RAKopittke 199,148
259 sherrylac 198,522
260 ajquinn 197,693

199,148 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 2
July 2019 305
March 2019 33
February 2019 1
January 2019 64
December 2018 38
November 2018 185
October 2018 215
September 2018 42
August 2018 39
May 2018 373
April 2018 338
December 2017 66
September 2017 9
August 2017 47
June 2017 167
May 2017 7
April 2017 4
February 2017 61
January 2017 1
October 2016 41
July 2016 9
March 2016 172
January 2016 102
December 2015 2,275
November 2015 58
October 2015 400
September 2015 61
August 2015 4,263
July 2015 3
May 2015 1,858
April 2015 631
March 2015 5
February 2015 372
January 2015 85
December 2014 47
November 2014 101
October 2014 1,725
September 2014 415
August 2014 1,441
July 2014 331
June 2014 2,583
May 2014 12
April 2014 646
March 2014 77
January 2014 1
November 2013 59
October 2013 40
September 2013 148
August 2013 97
June 2013 127
April 2013 17
March 2013 3,204
January 2013 1,760
December 2012 18,644
November 2012 43,034
October 2012 20,180
September 2012 19,549
August 2012 23,244
July 2012 19,774
June 2012 10,017
May 2012 108
April 2012 19
March 2012 18,686
April 2011 730

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THE LIGHT BRIGADE. (Article), The Courier (Brisbane, Qld. : 1861 - 1864), Wednesday 20 May 1863 [Issue No.1643] page 2 2019-10-06 17:30 cabin passengers, and 6OO tons of general mer-
cabin passengers, and 600 tons of general mer-
CASTERTON INUNDATED. HEAVY LOSSES. COACHDRIVER'S EXPERIENCES. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 24 July 1906 [Issue No.18,726] page 6 2019-07-31 18:26 Pc«rs-) Heard, tin* dnur of the Harrow
mach, rcichesl Ca»trnon tin« altcrnoon on
Percy Heard, the driver of the Harrow
coach, reached Casteron tin« altcrnoon on
A REMARKABLE CASE. SEVERE JUDICIAL COMMENTS. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 16 March 1904 [Issue No.15295] page 10 2019-07-31 18:03 'ind' "ok to carry on thc couching business tn
opposition to plaintiff, but as soon as lie lmd
Ilm,iTai5 ''i3(1contra<:t- »o bud not tho slightest
ft i . ,a. I,,s brother had, in his Honor's
opinion, tolcl a story which was absolutely false
J'prtunatclv, in thc interests j>f justice, it was so
foolish and improbable in iuclf that it would not
undertook to carry on the coaching business in tn
opposition to plaintiff, but as soon as he had
to break his contract. He had not the slightest
Defendant and his brother had, in his Honor's
opinion, told a story which was absolutely false
Fortunately, in the interests of justice, it was so
foolish and improbable in itself that it would not
Advertising (Advertising), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 13 August 1870 [Issue No.709] page 1 2019-07-31 17:30 tlie South-East*
tlie South-East.
HORSHAM COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before Messrs G. L. Hutchinson, P.M., and W. Burgin, J.P. LEAVING FIRE IN THE OPEN AIR. (Article), The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), Tuesday 2 December 1884 [Issue No.1113] page 3 2019-07-31 08:09 defenidant.-Mr. Twigg;took' exception to
the ' summons, contedding that no offence,
disallowed; the objectidn raised was as l
TRANSFER OP LICENSE,
On. the application of Mr. Ireland the
i tranisfer of the liconse of the Commercial
Hotel, Noradjuha, fromWm. -T. Heard to
e James Heard was granted. _
defendant. Mr. Twigg;took' exception to
the summons, contedding that no offence,
disallowed; the objectidn raised was ad
TRANSFER OF LICENSE.
On the application of Mr. Ireland the
transfer of the license of the Commercial
Hotel, Noradjuha, from Wm. T. Heard to
James Heard was granted.

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