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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,942,757
2 noelwoodhouse 3,981,497
3 NeilHamilton 3,449,163
4 DonnaTelfer 3,400,911
5 Rhonda.M 3,346,028
...
1109 mogedon 37,565
1110 judefox 37,555
1111 DRLeonard 37,505
1112 WilliamVincent 37,382
1113 DavidLMorgan 37,358
1114 Denise.Smeathers 37,321

37,382 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 198
December 2019 34
November 2019 31
October 2019 58
September 2019 2
July 2019 4
June 2019 29
May 2019 185
April 2019 53
March 2019 12
February 2019 6
January 2019 281
December 2018 531
November 2018 237
October 2018 588
September 2018 576
August 2018 974
July 2018 1,894
June 2018 1,747
May 2018 438
April 2018 196
March 2018 780
February 2018 1,236
January 2018 239
December 2017 645
November 2017 615
October 2017 543
September 2017 401
August 2017 25
July 2017 183
June 2017 154
May 2017 3,047
April 2017 2,163
March 2017 2,398
February 2017 1,451
January 2017 1,121
December 2016 386
November 2016 1,361
October 2016 1,876
September 2016 614
August 2016 1,317
July 2016 2,736
June 2016 1,707
May 2016 1,261
April 2016 890
March 2016 962
February 2016 5
January 2016 26
December 2015 44
November 2015 215
September 2015 65
August 2015 72
June 2015 3
May 2015 673
January 2015 14
November 2013 21
July 2013 59

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,942,555
2 noelwoodhouse 3,981,497
3 NeilHamilton 3,449,034
4 DonnaTelfer 3,400,885
5 Rhonda.M 3,346,015
...
1107 mogedon 37,565
1108 judefox 37,509
1109 DRLeonard 37,505
1110 WilliamVincent 37,370
1111 DavidLMorgan 37,357
1112 Denise.Smeathers 37,244

37,370 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 198
December 2019 34
November 2019 31
October 2019 58
September 2019 2
July 2019 4
June 2019 29
May 2019 185
April 2019 53
March 2019 12
February 2019 6
January 2019 281
December 2018 531
November 2018 237
October 2018 588
September 2018 576
August 2018 974
July 2018 1,894
June 2018 1,747
May 2018 438
April 2018 196
March 2018 780
February 2018 1,236
January 2018 239
December 2017 645
November 2017 615
October 2017 543
September 2017 401
August 2017 25
July 2017 183
June 2017 154
May 2017 3,047
April 2017 2,163
March 2017 2,398
February 2017 1,439
January 2017 1,121
December 2016 386
November 2016 1,361
October 2016 1,876
September 2016 614
August 2016 1,317
July 2016 2,736
June 2016 1,707
May 2016 1,261
April 2016 890
March 2016 962
February 2016 5
January 2016 26
December 2015 44
November 2015 215
September 2015 65
August 2015 72
June 2015 3
May 2015 673
January 2015 14
November 2013 21
July 2013 59

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 354,675
2 GeoffMMutton 153,992
3 PhilThomas 143,974
4 mickbrook 114,419
5 murds5 61,555
...
1743 ValerieWotton 12
1744 VivCree 12
1745 Webby 12
1746 WilliamVincent 12
1747 ABCWS 11
1748 AdamLenskyj 11

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February 2017 12


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CLEMENTS--SAINTY. (Article), The Propeller (Hurstville, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Thursday 26 December 1940 [Issue No.1555] page 5 2020-01-20 15:23 Fink and white flowers decorated
'riage' between one of the Sunday
scnool teachers, Miss Olive Merle
Sainty,' and William Henry Clements,
only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cle
and carnations. Misses Jean and Hil
length saxe-blue voile over blue taf-'
man, with Mr. James Cook as grooms
man, During the 'signing of the reg
organ accompaniment by Mrs. Burl
was assisted by the bridegroom's mo
Pink and white flowers decorated
riage between one of the Sunday
school teachers, Miss Olive Merle
Sainty, and William Henry Clements,
only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cle-
and carnations. Misses Jean and Hil-
length saxe-blue voile over blue taf-
man, with Mr. James Cook as grooms-
man, During the signing of the reg-
organ accompaniment by Mrs. Burl-
was assisted by the bridegroom's mo-
Advertising (Advertising), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 21 January 1915 [Issue No.12,235] page 9 2020-01-18 11:01 bourne in tbe said State, the solo executor
Dated the twentieth clay of January, one
bourne in the said State, the solo executor
Dated the twentieth day of January, one
Advertising (Advertising), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 21 January 1915 [Issue No.12,235] page 9 2020-01-18 10:59 TfrOTICB' IS' HEREBY GIVEN that, after
XN tbo oxplratlon of fourtoen days from tho
publication hereof, application will bo made
to the Supremo Court of tho State of Vic
toria, in its Probato Jurisdiction, that Pro
bato of tho Will of JAMES VINCENT, for
merly of Princo street, Roscdnlo, lo tbo Stato
of Victoria, but Into of tho Salvation Army
Aged Men's Retreat. Pnkenlinm. In tho 'said
may bo Granted to THE TRUSTBEES
LIMITED, of Number 412 Collins street, Mel
bourne in. tbo said Stato, tho solo executor
named In and appointed by tXe said Will.
Dated tbo twentieth clay of January, ono
tbousnnd nino hundred and fifteen.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, after
the expiration of fourteen days from the
publication hereof, application will be made
to the Supreme Court of the State of Vic-
toria, in its Probate Jurisdiction, that Pro-
bate of the Will of JAMES VINCENT, for-
merly of Prince street, Rosedale, in the State
of Victoria, but late of the Salvation Army
Aged Men's Retreat. Pakenham. In the said
may be Granted to THE TRUSTEES
LIMITED, of Number 412 Collins street, Mel-
bourne in tbe said State, the solo executor
named In and appointed by the said Will.
Dated the twentieth clay of January, one
thousand nine hundred and fifteen.
DISTRICT NEWS. PAKENHAM. (Article), Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 21 January 1915 page 2 2020-01-18 10:48 Walker's property, oxe of the few
to South Pakenham, is now being ne
Walker's property, one of the few
to South Pakenham, is now being ne-
SYDNEY NEWS. (Article), The Independent (Launceston, Tas. : 1831 - 1835), Saturday 8 September 1832 [Issue No.77] page 3 2020-01-18 10:10 Nine-tenths of the Chelsea ouf-pensioned
little means as fpst as they possi-
which the most ipfirm may find as
Mr. Yirooks of Denham (jourt, and
e
Nine-tenths of the Chelsea out-pensioned
little means as fast as they possi-
which the most infirm may find as
Mr. Brooks of Denham Court, and
The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1832. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 11 February 1832 [Issue No.225] page 2 2020-01-18 10:05 during Ihe voyage.
during the voyage.
The Courier. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, l832. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 28 April 1832 [Issue No.235] page 2 2020-01-18 09:59 ance Sociely, several have already died,
ance Society, several have already died,
The Courier. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, l832. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 28 April 1832 [Issue No.235] page 2 2020-01-18 09:59 tnally purchase any government land at all,
tually purchase any government land at all,
The Courier. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, l832. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 28 April 1832 [Issue No.235] page 2 2020-01-18 09:56 ' In otir last, speaking of some recent sales'
some of-the 100 acre grants of the Chelsea
pensioners lately arrived, had* been sold at
prices varying from 151. to 17I, 10s. By
who is acquainted with the , conditions of
price ts, that the pensioners who hold them
tions, to the extent of 501, to non commis-
sioned officers, and 251. to privates. The
land in fact is not granted to them as for
merty, but it is to be sold to them under
zette of the lrjth Feb. last, and asa reward
these pensioners therefore should not even
or if they should die before they have nu
ders at the apparently low prices wc men-
of-a portion oflhe purchase money, and
cated to the wretched men in the most hu-
In our last, speaking of some recent sales
some of the 100 acre grants of the Chelsea
pensioners lately arrived, had been sold at
prices varying from 15l. to 17l, 10s. By
who is acquainted with the conditions of
price is, that the pensioners who hold them
tions, to the extent of 5l1, to non commis-
sioned officers, and 25l. to privates. The
land in fact is not granted to them as for-
merly, but it is to be sold to them under
zette of the 16th Feb. last, and as a reward
these pensioners therefore should not even-
or if they should die before they have an
ders at the apparently low prices we men-
of a portion of the purchase money, and
To the Editor of the Colonial Times. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 10 July 1832 [Issue No.846] page 3 2020-01-18 09:42 energy. - "
pict, that this must have been foreseen by the
energy.
pect, that this must have been foreseen by the

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