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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,791,275
2 noelwoodhouse 3,902,503
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,281,387
5 Rhonda.M 3,106,958
...
100 GrahamKelley 470,521
101 neilhilt47smith 467,421
102 shipbroker 466,395
103 birdwing 462,587
104 Lucy1934 462,167
105 warpedtime 461,862

462,587 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 3,231
September 2019 4,265
August 2019 2,584
July 2019 4,427
June 2019 5,458
May 2019 2,597
April 2019 4,234
March 2019 5,719
February 2019 7,866
January 2019 8,107
December 2018 5,325
November 2018 6,184
October 2018 8,748
September 2018 3,332
August 2018 5,203
July 2018 3,768
June 2018 4,301
May 2018 4,093
April 2018 8,204
March 2018 3,998
February 2018 5,668
January 2018 11,385
December 2017 3,688
November 2017 2,856
October 2017 4,657
September 2017 3,770
August 2017 5,593
July 2017 7,313
June 2017 5,850
May 2017 4,855
April 2017 6,402
March 2017 5,172
February 2017 6,218
January 2017 6,102
December 2016 6,332
November 2016 6,847
October 2016 6,790
September 2016 5,193
August 2016 5,149
July 2016 9,327
June 2016 10,159
May 2016 7,583
April 2016 8,228
March 2016 11,038
February 2016 8,350
January 2016 9,285
December 2015 10,617
November 2015 5,546
October 2015 4,890
September 2015 5,057
August 2015 3,677
July 2015 5,811
June 2015 2,974
May 2015 2,332
April 2015 3,319
March 2015 5,557
February 2015 5,816
January 2015 4,119
December 2014 3,629
November 2014 4,788
October 2014 3,374
September 2014 3,425
August 2014 1,565
July 2014 2,552
June 2014 4,452
May 2014 2,071
April 2014 3,775
March 2014 3,703
February 2014 969
January 2014 4,129
December 2013 5,550
November 2013 3,416
October 2013 2,528
September 2013 2,457
August 2013 3,381
July 2013 2,010
June 2013 1,216
May 2013 3,133
April 2013 2,151
March 2013 3,482
February 2013 2,738
January 2013 1,475
December 2012 990
November 2012 1,130
October 2012 1,111
September 2012 2,292
August 2012 2,945
July 2012 2,288
June 2012 3,426
May 2012 3,350
April 2012 1,761
March 2012 3,454
February 2012 3,349
January 2012 3,776
December 2011 3,233
November 2011 1,905
October 2011 1,294
September 2011 3,575
August 2011 4,836
July 2011 3,488
June 2011 2,046
May 2011 679
April 2011 216
March 2011 384
February 2011 515
January 2011 1,320
December 2010 222
November 2010 1,222
October 2010 186
September 2010 456

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,791,073
2 noelwoodhouse 3,902,503
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,281,366
5 Rhonda.M 3,106,945
...
99 GrahamKelley 470,515
100 neilhilt47smith 467,375
101 shipbroker 466,388
102 birdwing 462,478
103 Lucy1934 462,167
104 warpedtime 461,851

462,478 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 3,231
September 2019 4,265
August 2019 2,584
July 2019 4,422
June 2019 5,458
May 2019 2,597
April 2019 4,234
March 2019 5,719
February 2019 7,866
January 2019 8,107
December 2018 5,307
November 2018 6,184
October 2018 8,748
September 2018 3,332
August 2018 5,203
July 2018 3,768
June 2018 4,301
May 2018 4,093
April 2018 8,204
March 2018 3,998
February 2018 5,668
January 2018 11,354
December 2017 3,688
November 2017 2,856
October 2017 4,657
September 2017 3,770
August 2017 5,593
July 2017 7,313
June 2017 5,850
May 2017 4,826
April 2017 6,400
March 2017 5,172
February 2017 6,204
January 2017 6,102
December 2016 6,332
November 2016 6,847
October 2016 6,790
September 2016 5,193
August 2016 5,149
July 2016 9,327
June 2016 10,159
May 2016 7,583
April 2016 8,224
March 2016 11,032
February 2016 8,350
January 2016 9,285
December 2015 10,617
November 2015 5,546
October 2015 4,890
September 2015 5,057
August 2015 3,677
July 2015 5,811
June 2015 2,974
May 2015 2,332
April 2015 3,319
March 2015 5,557
February 2015 5,816
January 2015 4,119
December 2014 3,629
November 2014 4,788
October 2014 3,374
September 2014 3,425
August 2014 1,565
July 2014 2,552
June 2014 4,452
May 2014 2,071
April 2014 3,775
March 2014 3,703
February 2014 969
January 2014 4,129
December 2013 5,550
November 2013 3,416
October 2013 2,528
September 2013 2,457
August 2013 3,381
July 2013 2,010
June 2013 1,216
May 2013 3,133
April 2013 2,151
March 2013 3,482
February 2013 2,738
January 2013 1,475
December 2012 990
November 2012 1,130
October 2012 1,111
September 2012 2,292
August 2012 2,945
July 2012 2,288
June 2012 3,426
May 2012 3,350
April 2012 1,761
March 2012 3,454
February 2012 3,349
January 2012 3,776
December 2011 3,233
November 2011 1,905
October 2011 1,294
September 2011 3,575
August 2011 4,836
July 2011 3,488
June 2011 2,046
May 2011 679
April 2011 216
March 2011 384
February 2011 515
January 2011 1,320
December 2010 222
November 2010 1,222
October 2010 186
September 2010 456

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,763
2 PhilThomas 129,091
3 mickbrook 108,069
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,233
...
356 nicholson-Lummis 110
357 Saltface 110
358 smanchoulas 110
359 birdwing 109
360 F.N.Dennis 109
361 Les.Varcoe 109

109 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2019 5
December 2018 18
January 2018 31
May 2017 29
April 2017 2
February 2017 14
April 2016 4
March 2016 6


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RURAL HOMILIES. (By "The Beachcomber.") THE DUREAN SLANDERED. (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Tuesday 21 January 1913 page 3 2019-10-23 15:28 '(By "The Beachcomber.")
4BE DURMN femJttfflnBD.
Sir friend, Who came from the old
fouivtry mcently to tho Perthshire,
*nd who so 3>U»uingly entottamea
readers of itbe: 1»? an *«-.
count of the Incidents, sights and ex
rerieccta on the voyage, "inlne own
^.oTniilm- friend, la wfloui I'trasted, I
yiiuclt did tat my bread," bath lifted
IV his bond against one of my Idols,
(By "The Beachcomber.")
THE DURMN SLANDERED.
My friend, Who came from the old
country recently by the Perthshire,
and who so pleasingly entertained
readers of the "Register" by an ac-
count of the incidents, sights and ex-
perience on the voyage, "mine own
familiar friend, in whom I trusted
which did eat my bread," hath lifted
up his bond against one of my idols,
A North Queensland Artist. (Article), Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), Tuesday 20 November 1917 [Issue No.11007] page 5 2019-10-23 14:54 Charles Hedley, of the Australian Mus
graphically Illustrated Mr Hedley's
cislng artistic work, and the assertion
brings to mind Dr Johnson's quirk -
the artist is a North Queenslander, be-
North! The exquisite finish of the work
Charles Hedley, of the Australian Mus-
graphically illustrated Mr Hedley's
cising artistic work, and the assertion
brings to mind Dr Johnson's quirk—
the artist is a North Queenslander, be
North. The exquisite finish of the work
"The Confessions of a Beachcomber." (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Friday 23 October 1908 page 3 2019-10-23 14:47 We have received . a copy of the
"Confessions of a Bturheomljer;
Scenes and Incidents in the Career or
an Unprofessional Beachcomber lu Tro
lrfcal Quec-iieiaud." Tiiis handsome
volume la by Mr. E.* J. Banfieid, a well
known Northern journalist and nat
uralist, and has beon published by T.
Some of the work has appeared "la
gathered tugeLher, ond with fresh mat
■ ter, fonus a work which In general
I interest, is by tar the best that has
! yet been publ'j.iUed on that hitherto
despised, papiiou of Lhe universe, Nor
thern Queensland, a territory which Is,
however, cjpkos Into her own, and to
her belated recognition no ono has
contributed more than • the author of
1 the "Comesslone."
Tiho stylo ihrouglhout Is excellent,
detail has been omitted: picture* Kiue
without dr.'jpplng into rhapsody, and
humorous without the slightest u-ace
of exag-jsration or iwffoaiiery; Mr.
Banflcld hn$ avoided thai: offence, al
most a crime, which disfigures go
of what has been . written of
Australia in general, and the North
ern pait cf it In jiartlcntar.
The author has, for a docade, been
and that time haa )>e.cb occupied in
careful observation oC "the Inland he
rules over, and the Rirroun«ilng seas
and islands—the result is (he admir
able volume before us. Llks Thoreau,
he has* sropped to-ihe music he baa
heard;' and, following Gilbert While's
example, nothing has be.?n Joo com
mon for nollce In the (Irealcr Scl
•lorne' over which he reigns. The
dominant note-of the book is fairh in
North Queensland; Its present cud Its
■which does ncrt. luminously at forth
a roai'ou for that faith.
White this general principle underlies
the work, detail* ct the earth, and sky
on and ever Dunk Island have bscn to
graphically pcuntrayed that even a
And his way about the Island
blind-tWdc!.
A rery interesting portion of the
book is th.rit relating to the fauna o-l
the I'iantls and tihslr boiuiy, the pos
sibility of their destruction. and the
Str.iht pig-eon,, the cassowai-y, or other
birds, now plen-tlful, be allowed to be
ruthlessly destroyed, they can r.o more
Great Auk. the Dodo, or tie Mca. The
wonders of the fringing reel's of the
Great Barrier, which stretches ovtr
1250 miles end covers 80,000. square
miles, havo app^rori'ly a ce^wlerr
fascination for the author, who gtvos
admlraWy roallf<tic and picturesque
descriptions of some cf Its innumer
able Inhabitants. Jn this it M to be
hoped lfcf?Mr. BanfleM will extend his
researches. His field Is limitless, and
wlthorf. a doubt his enthusiasm and
Ills experience.
Trees, the tides, morn and evo, the
song ci birds, the win^s, and alt that
go to make up the harmony cf nature,
even at 'times the Mghly objectionable
back, end a few words of commenda
book which will, however, bare' the
m-o&t in tared for a terse proportion of
Its rouders, J« thai .containing char
acter sketches of xii-c humans of
ell colors, who have came under lite
observation in au-i around hit domain.!
"Tcai," '■Xc.'Jy," ouJ ".JJnn.v," >p>;d
other living and Interesting hslcsn,
have few, If any rivals in Australian lit
erature, with perhaps the exception nj
the splendid little "Bl<\ck Princess" of
the Northern Territory Authored.
The practical life history of To.m,
his lovis, his wives; his cou
ilu:«tR. and fcr the "time his
overwhelming defeslr; Ma feasts
and famines, his uklJJ vrJt?) h3>7>oon,
npoir. and pA&dlc (hs w^uld sro "aoa
fldently to so* on a rhW) i3 as fins a
hit of dess-i'i'f'on. f\til cf vi&orous and
^uraorous ins.'.^lit. pr inv w:- have read
for years. Jn nil ibe plciures Tom Js
•I'.e d^min.v.t figure; he is n-t H!;?
Tom; he fs Tom. Th: r?.?e oi' whir'i
Ti^ni is a rolgtoy mpmber is In
the tw'ltrht of oxlctthe vtfc.'t
of extinction will swn ha upso Jt/r.n*)
1>3' preservirfr nnv' lc:«w!edi?o that
he may glean of the dying raco, Mr.
B-anfleld Is hlsLnr'really af, well aa artis
tically a benokctor. One of the chief
fcellnirs nrcojsp-3 by the r:tadJns of
the book is the realisation of bow
&smt Is the knowledge, even of North
Queen-slanders, of the land they
lire In, and where actual ex
impossible, It (s to Fuch b/*>lfs as
the "Cclnfc6s''0,ns,,, tt*t we must look
lor enlightenment. What cannot Ixs
Be?n can at Ifiist he nnd. and reading
finch boo)is as Mr Banfield has .riven us,
as the philosopher paid. "m?iketh a full
man." This is t.he author's first
volume. If It followed hv
others c,f the like chllltv. and as
frjll of rrarMcal Ir "ormplina.
N:v!h Oucrt**,,T.'? fn«l flip O'^-n
nmwciM.?i will he all the. richer.
TlV v-lw«» bptfn Pflitii'-AhU* turn
e«1 o«f. hv T "fir.hcr TTnwIn. t»*<h IfiHor
p:wfc, and J Mil?* rations of ih?
Wchtcl order.
We have received a copy of the
"Confessions of a Beachcomber,
Scenes and Incidents in the Career of
an Unprofessional Beachcomber in Tro-
pical Queensland." This handsome
volume is by Mr. E. J. Banfieid, a well-
known Northern journalist and nat-
uralist, and has been published by T.
Some of the work has appeared in
gathered together, and with fresh mat-
ter, forms a work which in general
interest, is by far the best that has
yet been published on that hitherto
despised, portion of the universe, Nor-
thern Queensland, a territory which is,
however, coming into her own, and to
her belated recognition no one has
contributed more than the author of
the "Confessions."
The style throughout is excellent,
detail has been omitted: picturesque
without dripping into rhapsody, and
humorous without the slightest trace
of exaggeration or buffoonery; Mr.
Banfield has avoided that offence, al-
most a crime, which disfigures so
much of what has been written of
Australia in general, and the North-
ern part of it in particular.
The author has, for a decade, been
and that time has been occupied in
careful observation of the Island he
rules over, and the surrounding seas
and islands—the result is the admir-
able volume before us. Like Thoreau,
he has stepped to the music he has
heard; and, following Gilbert White's
example, nothing has been too com-
mon for notice in the Greater Sel-
borne over which he reigns. The
dominant note of the book is (???)h in
North Queensland; Its present and its
which does not luminously set forth
a reason for that faith.
While this general principle underlies
the work, details of the earth, and sky
on and over Dunk Island have been to
graphically pourtrayed that even a
find his way about the Island
blind-folded.
A very interesting portion of the
book is that relating to the fauna of
the Islands and their beauty, the pos-
sibility of their destruction, and the
Strait pigeon, the cassowary, or other
birds, now plentiful, be allowed to be
ruthlessly destroyed, they can no more
Great Auk, the Dodo, or the Mca. The
wonders of the fringing reef's of the
Great Barrier, which stretches over
1250 miles and covers 80,000 square
miles, have apparently a ceaseless
fascination for the author, who gives
admirably realistic and picturesque
descriptions of some of its innumer-
able inhabitants. In this it is to be
hoped that Mr. Banfield will extend his
researches. His field is limitless, and
without a doubt his enthusiasm and
his experience.
Trees, the tides, morn and eve, the
song of birds, the winds, and all that
go to make up the harmony of nature,
even at times the highly objectionable
back, and a few words of commenda-
book which will, however, have the
most intered for a large proportion of
its readers, is that containing char-
acter sketches of the humans of
all colors, who have came under his
observation in and around his domain.
"Tem," "Nelly," and Jinny," and
other living and interesting beings,
have few, if any rivals in Australian lit-
erature, with perhaps the exception of
the splendid little "Black Princess" of
the Northern Territory Authoress.
The practical life history of Tom,
his loves, his wives; his con-
quests, and for the time his
overwhelming defeats; his feasts
and famines, his skill with harpoon,
spear, and paddle (he would go "con-
fidently to sea on a chip") is as fine a
bit of description, full of vigorous and
humorous insight, as any we have read
for years. In all the pictures Tom is
(he dominant figure; he is not like
Tom; he is Tom. The race of which
Tom is such a mighty member is in
the twilight of its existence; the night
of extinction will soon be upon it. (???)
by preserving any knowledge that
he may glean of the dying race, Mr.
Banfield is historically as well as artis-
tically a benefactor. One of the chief
feeling aroused by the reading of
the book is the realisation of how
scant is the knowledge, evan of North
Queen-landers, of the land they
live in, and where actual ex-
impossible, It is to such books as
the "Confessions," that we must look
for enlightenment. What cannot be
seen can at least be read, and reading
such books as Mr Banfield has given us,
as the philosopher said. "meketh a full
man." This is the author's first
volume. If it followed by
others of the like ability, and as
full of practical information,
North Queensland and the Com-
monwealth will be all the richer.
The volume has been admirably turn-
ed out by T. Fisher Unwin, both letter-
press and Illustrations being of the
highest order.
ARTIST DOBELL (Article), Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), Thursday 15 July 1948 page 3 2019-10-23 14:22 al work in his King's Cross
al work In hh King's Cross
at work in his King's Cross
at work in his King's Cross
Outspoken Artist. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Monday 2 October 1933 [Issue No.20,966] page 6 2019-10-23 14:17 MT. W. B. Mcinnes, Victorian por-
trait painter, photographed when be
Mr. Mclnnea said that he found the
Mr. W. B. McInnes, Victorian por-
trait painter, photographed when he
Mr. Mclnnes said that he found the
Local artist (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 25 July 1953 page 9 2019-10-23 14:16 loc^t artist
Watercolours by Queens
land-born artist, Douelns
Annand. are rer-rF.s-?nt°d now
Born in 1003. Annand If
rerirespnted in the principal
Australian sr'lipries and in
f!01'«ctinns abroad.
His four wntevcoloun. In
thp nanel are entitled:
'Franciscan Monks.' 'Fallow
Land.' 'Cockiner.on Church,'
rind 'Russell Square. Lon
Local artist
Watercolours by Queens-
land-born artist, Douglas
Annand. are represented now
Born in 1903. Annand is
represented in the principal
Australian galleries and in
collections abroad.
His four watercolours in
the panel are entitled:
'Franciscan Monks,' 'Fallow
Land.' 'Cockinston Church,'
and 'Russell Square, Lon-
QUEENSLAND ARTIST (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Tuesday 12 January 1937 page 20 2019-10-23 14:13 Miss T. Williamson, the Queamrinntl
artist, who Is at present in Sydney.
Miss T. Williamson, the Queensland
artist, who is at present in Sydney.
Artist dead (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 30 October 1950 [Issue No.4345] page 6 2019-10-23 14:10 suffered a severe loss. The latt
as art teacher in 1922 at Somer
oosition at the Brisbane Girls'
-\rt Panel.
She excelled also in leathei
Many of her oupils hold prom
are completing their art train
suffered a severe loss. The late
as art teacher in 1922 at Somer-
position at the Brisbane Girls'
Art Panel.
She excelled also in leather
Many of her pupils hold prom-
are completing their art train-
MINER ARTIST. (Article), Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Tuesday 8 August 1922 [Issue No.4338] page 2 2019-10-23 14:09 ' Ry means of a horseshoe nail, a
pocket knife, t-nd a piece pf sand-
paper, R.- J. 'Jacobson, . a miner, of
Newbiggin, Northumberland, ; has ex
- ecu ted some . wonderful, .designs ';in
-coaI>; (wires thev.''Däiiy'-';eiirpniclc"
?-correspondent). :"-.*", ??¿y&¿-ó¿}.'.'. fA± .
He has; just.'sfinisliie,d;;an^,elaborate
''inkstand ,w.ith-'^tKé^n^rès^.'^f£ráh'8el^
ia, ;'Ji:oy ;-¿cotit, . and a-'; sbldic'ri'fioi'^pfc
scntKtion. to .th e::"rétirítíjr .sècréfàry'fof
thc Newbiggin . Football Club;' " " -i"
? A model of thc Nurse Cavell
Ashington District Football. League,/
realised enough money to furnish a/
ward in the. local hospital. ;
'-?All' tjys. work by_ the miner-sculp-*#>.
tor i's done in- his leisure hours. _
By means of a horseshoe nail, a
pocket knife, and a piece of sand-
paper, R. J. Jacobson, a miner, of
Newbiggin, Northumberland, has ex-
coal (wires the "Daily Chronicle"
correspondent).
He has just finished an elaborate
inkstand with the figures of angel,
a boy scout, and a soldier for pre-
sensation to the retiring secretary of
the Newbiggin Football Club.
A model of thc Nurse Cavell
Ashington District Football League,
realised enough money to furnish a
ward in the local hospital.
All this work by the miner-sculp-
tor is done in his leisure hours.
Current News. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 29 April 1871 [Issue No.273] page 2 2019-10-22 16:16 the oolony with bronie ooin, Surely there is
Pbbsohb sending samples such as wool,
post within the. oolony, should bear in mind that
There is no sample-post within the oolony, nor
to any pjaee which is not specified in the
may be sent. «fenoe every paroel which is not
the colony with bronze coin, Surely there is
PERSONS sending samples such as wool,
post within the colony, should bear in mind that
There is no sample-post within the colony, nor
to any place which is not specified in the
may be sent. fence every parcel which is not

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