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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
...
2080 mwillis17 14,859
2081 IanRR 14,858
2082 JasonMPickering 14,836
2083 atrendell 14,821
2084 BJHC 14,816
2085 geoffs 14,778

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August 2019 47
April 2018 9
July 2017 38
June 2017 5
October 2016 51
August 2016 29
July 2016 88
June 2016 29
May 2016 143
April 2016 187
November 2015 20
June 2015 37
May 2015 471
March 2015 63
February 2015 14
January 2015 1
December 2014 764
November 2014 12
July 2014 1,782
June 2014 515
May 2014 1
March 2014 350
January 2014 1,723
December 2013 793
November 2013 475
October 2013 560
September 2013 44
July 2013 33
June 2013 111
December 2012 8
November 2012 1,062
October 2012 1,127
September 2012 105
August 2012 200
July 2012 144
June 2012 173
March 2012 8
February 2012 16
January 2012 556
December 2011 9
November 2011 47
October 2011 9
September 2011 36
July 2011 42
June 2011 83
January 2011 179
December 2010 306
November 2010 587
October 2010 27
September 2010 6
August 2010 560
July 2010 404
June 2010 359
December 2009 373

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
...
2074 IanRR 14,858
2075 JasonMPickering 14,836
2076 toddy11 14,831
2077 atrendell 14,821
2078 Rosebud7 14,821
2079 BJHC 14,816

14,821 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 47
April 2018 9
July 2017 38
June 2017 5
October 2016 51
August 2016 29
July 2016 88
June 2016 29
May 2016 143
April 2016 187
November 2015 20
June 2015 37
May 2015 471
March 2015 63
February 2015 14
January 2015 1
December 2014 764
November 2014 12
July 2014 1,782
June 2014 515
May 2014 1
March 2014 350
January 2014 1,723
December 2013 793
November 2013 475
October 2013 560
September 2013 44
July 2013 33
June 2013 111
December 2012 8
November 2012 1,062
October 2012 1,127
September 2012 105
August 2012 200
July 2012 144
June 2012 173
March 2012 8
February 2012 16
January 2012 556
December 2011 9
November 2011 47
October 2011 9
September 2011 36
July 2011 42
June 2011 83
January 2011 179
December 2010 306
November 2010 587
October 2010 27
September 2010 6
August 2010 560
July 2010 404
June 2010 359
December 2009 373

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 27TH OCTOBER. Before G. Crisp Esq., (Mayor.) THIS MORNING'S CONVICTION. (Article), The Tasmanian Tribune (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1872 - 1876), Monday 27 October 1873 [Issue No.334] page 2 2019-08-13 14:45 six of them pleaded guilty to tha.charn-a .
of bemtf peace disturbers* Each must
pay 10s Gd or go to gaol for 14 days. '
six of them pleaded guilty to the charge
of being peace distrubers. Each must
pay 10s 6d or go to gaol for 14 days
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 27TH OCTOBER. Before G. Crisp Esq., (Mayor.) THIS MORNING'S CONVICTION. (Article), The Tasmanian Tribune (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1872 - 1876), Monday 27 October 1873 [Issue No.334] page 2 2019-08-13 14:44 . PEACE DISTURBERS'. ~
PEACE DISTURBERS
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 27TH OCTOBER. Before G. Crisp Esq., (Mayor.) THIS MORNING'S CONVICTION. (Article), The Tasmanian Tribune (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1872 - 1876), Monday 27 October 1873 [Issue No.334] page 2 2019-08-13 14:43 - . - . ? . It
THIS -MORNING'S CONVICTION.

THIS MORNING'S CONVICTION.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) (Article), Cornwall Advertiser (Launceston, Tas. : 1870 - 1877), Tuesday 15 December 1874 [Issue No.434] page 2 2019-08-13 14:24 FRIDAY, DECEMUKR 11.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) (Article), Cornwall Advertiser (Launceston, Tas. : 1870 - 1877), Tuesday 15 December 1874 [Issue No.434] page 2 2019-08-13 14:24 Absent vAthaui Leave. — Frederick
fined 10s aud costs.
Absent without Leave. — Frederick
fined 10s ad costs.
Miscellaneous. (Article), The Tasmanian (Launceston, Tas. : 1871 - 1879), Saturday 20 March 1875 [Issue No.220] page 10 2019-08-13 14:21 '\:l /'^^iMis^ellaiteioiiis^^ -; . :''';i-;,? :
FXTAt, A'CCTDENT AT THE IiATE I'laE^^r- ?
A man named ^rednric1c'Arspt;V.:rec!bntly
in the employ of' Sir Blackpiirn',' ' engineer, .
Si; Jpliri-street, nssisfeS '' in ? piillibg dpvm i
sqnib'w663en buildings 'itfoijcler to! clieclcHfib
spread/' pi -the flre/.in Cbarlqs^stre'et pin ;
Tuesday, ' 'the'' ;9tti; instanti ' It : ppears
thi,t~;;A¥soh!. Had 'been; ' cliscfiargetl' in ,
'consequence of absenting;liimselt: from'1 lii's }
'? work. :aiia lie rind his nbor wife ahdi child
ifbre in a state of- s'tarvntibn; 'He'- be'earae
excited with this work' at the^rei over
exerted 'hiinself and1 on his. return ;horne/he
-lay dbwli and never rose from Jiis b'edagain.
' Dr.' W&oti yr'n,s sent' for on Fridaylmonirafj1,
:and 'he1 . itiarnediiitely'; proceeded1 to the
' residence of'Arsoh,; in a'lane off Elizabeth
' street; and nearly opposite' the ! Grammar
'School^ He' hadbeen'sent fbr: too late; the
-nian' Was' dead1 when' he reached the '? '.place.
-No medical 'p'rescriptibn was requisite,- but
looking at the pinched face of the- wife;
and child of.~the -deceased man; tho Doctor j
,saw tbat.food.was urgently required. Hei
left a- sura suffleiont to provide .necessaries, ;
and it is to be hoped others will follow his !
example and aid the1 poor widow to maintain ?
her child.r Young CodgcII, who fell through!
tlie skylight of Mr Spong's store to the floor !
on'the night of- the fire,, was seriously injured!
by' the fail', a, distaiice of '20 feet, but he is '.-
reepvering. He is the son otWm. Gog'dell, a.)
vet'eran fireman wlio died about twelve:
months ago. ?
Miscellanneous
FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE LATE FIRE -
A man named Frederick Arson, recently
in the employ of Mr Blackburn, engieer,
St. John-street, assisted in pulling down
some wooden buildings in order to check the
spread of the fire in Charles-street on
Tuesday, the 9th instant. It appears
that Arson had been discharged inn
consequence of absenting himself from his
work, and he and his poor wife and child
were in a state of starvation. He became
excited with the work at the fire, over
exerted himself and on his return home he
lay down and never rose from his bed again.
Dr Mason was sent for on Friday morning,
and he immediately proceeded to the
residence of Arsonn, in a lane of Elizabeth-
street, and nearly opposite the Grammar
School. He had been sent for too late, the
mand was dead when he reached the place.
No medical prescription was requisite, but
looking at the pinched face of the wife
and child of the deceased man, the Doctor
saw that food was urgently required. He
left a sum sufficient to provide necessaries,
and it is to be hoped others will follow his
example and aid the poor widow to maintain
her child. Young Codgell, who fell through
the skylight of Mr Spong's store to the floor
on the night of the fire, was seriously injured
by the fall, a distance of 20 feet, but he is
recovering. He is the son of Wm. Cogdell
veteran fireman who died almost twelve
months ago.
IRISHTOWN. (Article), Circular Head Chronicle (Stanley, Tas. : 1906 - 1954), Wednesday 30 January 1929 [Issue No.4] page 2 2019-08-13 13:52 - Mr. Frank Lowrie Is a victim to t lie,
•'flu.,- •. 1
- Mr. Frank Lowrie Is a victim to the
flu.
IRISHTOWN. (Article), Circular Head Chronicle (Stanley, Tas. : 1906 - 1954), Wednesday 16 December 1931 [Issue No.50] page 3 2019-08-13 13:47 Mr. Frank. Lowrie-iias been renewing
Mr. Frank. Lowrie has been renewing

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