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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,700,363
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,132
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,695
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,804
...
793 phileastwood 55,084
794 kayejeff 54,966
795 lenmakin 54,791
796 SusanJost 54,450
797 irwin11 54,350
798 annamareemalmgren 54,242

54,450 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 10
July 2019 119
May 2019 3
April 2019 164
March 2019 60
February 2019 9
January 2019 7
December 2018 103
November 2018 5
May 2018 15
April 2018 27
March 2018 628
February 2018 7
January 2018 26
November 2017 23
October 2017 15
August 2017 2
June 2017 195
May 2017 448
April 2017 40
March 2017 205
February 2017 9
November 2016 469
October 2016 78
September 2016 397
August 2016 35
June 2016 53
May 2016 106
April 2016 416
March 2016 536
January 2016 285
November 2015 54
October 2015 333
September 2015 127
August 2015 81
July 2015 648
June 2015 35
May 2015 171
April 2015 1,361
March 2015 2,649
February 2015 1,639
January 2015 7
October 2014 39
August 2014 45
July 2014 350
May 2014 262
April 2014 165
March 2014 1,123
November 2013 120
October 2013 895
September 2013 2,292
August 2013 5,737
July 2013 23
June 2013 21
May 2013 70
April 2013 62
March 2013 426
February 2013 991
December 2012 80
November 2012 36
September 2012 582
August 2012 7,333
July 2012 3,538
June 2012 3,524
May 2012 3
April 2012 426
March 2012 431
February 2012 7
November 2011 2,681
October 2011 2,974
September 2011 3,724
June 2011 764
May 2011 96
April 2011 110
March 2011 1,445
February 2011 262
December 2010 12
July 2010 133
June 2010 8
May 2010 74
April 2010 540
February 2010 6
September 2009 522
August 2009 67
June 2009 128
May 2009 723

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,700,179
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,003
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,674
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,791
...
792 kayejeff 54,960
793 warwickm 54,959
794 lenmakin 54,615
795 SusanJost 54,445
796 irwin11 54,350
797 colincaldwell 54,167

54,445 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 10
July 2019 119
May 2019 3
April 2019 164
March 2019 60
February 2019 9
January 2019 7
December 2018 103
November 2018 5
May 2018 15
April 2018 27
March 2018 628
February 2018 7
January 2018 26
November 2017 23
October 2017 15
August 2017 2
June 2017 195
May 2017 443
April 2017 40
March 2017 205
February 2017 9
November 2016 469
October 2016 78
September 2016 397
August 2016 35
June 2016 53
May 2016 106
April 2016 416
March 2016 536
January 2016 285
November 2015 54
October 2015 333
September 2015 127
August 2015 81
July 2015 648
June 2015 35
May 2015 171
April 2015 1,361
March 2015 2,649
February 2015 1,639
January 2015 7
October 2014 39
August 2014 45
July 2014 350
May 2014 262
April 2014 165
March 2014 1,123
November 2013 120
October 2013 895
September 2013 2,292
August 2013 5,737
July 2013 23
June 2013 21
May 2013 70
April 2013 62
March 2013 426
February 2013 991
December 2012 80
November 2012 36
September 2012 582
August 2012 7,333
July 2012 3,538
June 2012 3,524
May 2012 3
April 2012 426
March 2012 431
February 2012 7
November 2011 2,681
October 2011 2,974
September 2011 3,724
June 2011 764
May 2011 96
April 2011 110
March 2011 1,445
February 2011 262
December 2010 12
July 2010 133
June 2010 8
May 2010 74
April 2010 540
February 2010 6
September 2009 522
August 2009 67
June 2009 128
May 2009 723

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
...
2409 SueBL 5
2410 suejaques 5
2411 sundowner1937 5
2412 SusanJost 5
2413 tastyworm 5
2414 taxisue 5

5 line(s) corrected.

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May 2017 5


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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE DIGGINGS. Forest Creek, Mount Alexander. 10th January, 1852. To the Editor of the Argus. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 21 January 1852 [Issue No.1007] page 2 2019-08-04 21:44
Advertising (Advertising), The Melbourne Daily News (Vic. : 1848 - 1851), Saturday 22 November 1851 [Issue No.3845] page 3 2019-08-04 21:42 YTTANTED— Two go-d Coopers. Apply to |
ll Jlr M. Moonoy, King-street, oppoilto
the "foundry Hotel."
I \ i r ANTED, to U-.rraw, X?,O0ti, at s |U.r
1 1? eint. bo any term belwci n I tu 3 years
WANTED— Two good Coopers. Apply to
Mr M. Mooney, King-street, opposite
the "Foundry Hotel."
WANTED, to borrow, £2,000, at 8 per
cent, for any term between 1 to 3 years
GOLD LICENSE MEETING. (Article), Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer (Vic. : 1851 - 1856), Friday 12 August 1853 [Issue No.2168] page 2 2019-08-04 21:36 bourne, on the subject of reducin: the Go.d
License fees, as well as the enfranclhisement of
he Discern.
Froit the enthusiascm which revaiied in GCe
bourne, on the subject of reducing the Gold
License fees, as well as the enfranchisement of
the Diggers.
From the enthusiasm which prevailed in Gee
Advertising (Advertising), Port Phillip Gazette (Vic. : 1838 - 1845), Wednesday 4 September 1839 [Issue No.66] page 2 2019-07-31 21:04 A hale of Calicos
A hale containing Calico, Chambray, and
Two rates Sherry
Twenty-five Dozen London Porter and Dim-
Fifty l ib. canisters Gun powder
A hale of Rugs
One boll ol Bagging
Sis dosen worsted Stockings
Soap and wax Caudles
White, Mack, green, ird, yellow and Mua Lead
Four Mallet and twelve dozen Pegs
plaid clothi
Fancy, Valrnlia, satin, and quilling Valings
A bale of Calicos
A bale containing Calico, Chambray, and
Two cases Sherry
Twenty-five Dozen London Porter and Dun
Fifty 1 lb. canisters Gun powder
A bale of Rugs
One bolt of Bagging
Six dozen worsted Stockings
Soap and wax Candles
White, black, green, red, yellow and blue Lead
Four Mallets and twelve dozen Pegs
plaid cloths
Fancy, Valentia, satin, and quilling Valings
Advertising (Advertising), Hamilton Spectator (Vic. : 1870 - 1918), Wednesday 28 February 1872 [Issue No.1036] page 3 2019-07-31 20:58 Kenilwortb.
ROBT. STAPTLTON BREE,
LIST OP STOCK FOE SALE :
1200 Ewes, 8-tootli
1000 Weanere.
Several Bmall mobs of Cattle from two years
? old.
T OST from the Town Common, on or abont
±J 22nd January, a GKEY HORSE, branded
bringing same to SAML. WTTHINGTON,
£3 Beward.
Kenilworth.
ROBT. STAPYLTON BREE,
LIST OF STOCK FOR SALE :
1200 Ewes, 8-tooth
1000 Weaners.
Several small mobs of Cattle from two years
old.
LOST from the Town Common, on or about
22nd January, a GREY HORSE, branded
bringing same to SAML. WITHINGTON,
£3 Reward.
Advertising (Advertising), Hamilton Spectator and Grange District Advertiser (South Melbourne, Vic. : 1860 - 1870), Wednesday 22 January 1868 [Issue No.610] page 4 2019-07-31 20:54 Jfarella.— Robert Hamilton, £7 E : ,T,
Eda&opc— James Crick, Sle ? f 5 S
Morella.— Robert Hamilton, £7 5 : ,T,
Edenhope— James Crick, 21s.
THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. SYDNEY. 5th February. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 6 February 1863 [Issue No.2,584] page 5 2019-07-31 20:38 Jones, b Conway ? ? ? 0
Jones, b Conway...0
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. (Article), The Melbourne Daily News (Vic. : 1848 - 1851), Monday 25 February 1850 [Issue No.3097] page 2 2019-07-31 20:31 and B"echer, were bnrn, and one inftnt,
and Beecher, were born, and one infant,
SUPREME COURT. QUARTER SESSIONS.--MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1842. APPEAL CASES. (Article), Melbourne Times (Vic. : 1842 - 1843), Saturday 9 April 1842 [Issue No.1] page 3 2019-07-31 20:24 to pass a forged order fi.r £4 10s., purporting to have
been drawn unon Messrs. rmnnhell & Wnnlle v t,v
Robert Hamilton on account f the Messrs. M'Kinnon,
of the Loddon. Guilty — transportation for life
to pass a forged order for £4 10s., purporting to have
been drawn upon Messrs. Campbell & Woolley, by
Robert Hamilton on account of the Messrs. M'Kinnon,
of the Loddon. Guilty — transportation for life.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. HOBSON'S BAY. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 7 May 1866 [Issue No.6,213] page 4 2019-07-31 19:58 Belfast, and Warrnambool, 4th inst. Passoogors
' lo Camp, Miss Kirkland, Miss Rogers, Mi«s York,
- don, Atkinson, Gillios ; aud flvo in the steerage. S.
G. Henty, »gem.
Belfast, and Warrnambool, 4th inst. Passengers—
Le Camp, Miss Kirkland, Miss Rogers, Miss York,
don, Atkinson, Gillies ; and five in the steerage. S.
G. Henty, agent.

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