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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,864,969
2 noelwoodhouse 3,932,914
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,387,632
5 Rhonda.M 3,216,535
...
2848 GeoffreyEFoley 9,695
2849 Audrey1912 9,693
2850 pamela.summers 9,692
2851 diannev 9,690
2852 RenaeC 9,690
2853 epistem 9,679

9,690 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 9
November 2019 20
October 2019 52
September 2019 1
August 2019 7
July 2019 3
June 2019 75
May 2019 72
April 2019 19
March 2019 24
February 2019 65
January 2019 208
December 2018 46
November 2018 10
October 2018 45
September 2018 4
July 2018 113
June 2018 40
May 2018 474
April 2018 167
March 2018 119
February 2018 37
January 2018 237
December 2017 752
November 2017 194
October 2017 28
September 2017 146
August 2017 5
July 2017 293
June 2017 135
May 2017 100
April 2017 136
March 2017 22
February 2017 468
January 2017 15
December 2016 28
November 2016 453
October 2016 299
August 2016 100
July 2016 10
June 2016 143
May 2016 401
April 2016 210
March 2016 257
January 2016 203
December 2015 12
November 2015 143
October 2015 12
September 2015 192
August 2015 234
July 2015 291
April 2015 100
March 2015 2
February 2015 56
December 2014 211
November 2014 370
October 2014 315
September 2014 550
August 2014 137
July 2014 35
June 2014 104
May 2014 113
April 2014 20
March 2014 10
February 2014 25
January 2014 47
December 2013 6
November 2013 1
September 2013 407
May 2013 48
April 2013 4

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,864,767
2 noelwoodhouse 3,932,914
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,387,611
5 Rhonda.M 3,216,522
...
2840 carrindale 9,725
2841 veekay 9,710
2842 VicPark3 9,709
2843 diannev 9,690
2844 RenaeC 9,690
2845 epistem 9,679

9,690 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 9
November 2019 20
October 2019 52
September 2019 1
August 2019 7
July 2019 3
June 2019 75
May 2019 72
April 2019 19
March 2019 24
February 2019 65
January 2019 208
December 2018 46
November 2018 10
October 2018 45
September 2018 4
July 2018 113
June 2018 40
May 2018 474
April 2018 167
March 2018 119
February 2018 37
January 2018 237
December 2017 752
November 2017 194
October 2017 28
September 2017 146
August 2017 5
July 2017 293
June 2017 135
May 2017 100
April 2017 136
March 2017 22
February 2017 468
January 2017 15
December 2016 28
November 2016 453
October 2016 299
August 2016 100
July 2016 10
June 2016 143
May 2016 401
April 2016 210
March 2016 257
January 2016 203
December 2015 12
November 2015 143
October 2015 12
September 2015 192
August 2015 234
July 2015 291
April 2015 100
March 2015 2
February 2015 56
December 2014 211
November 2014 370
October 2014 315
September 2014 550
August 2014 137
July 2014 35
June 2014 104
May 2014 113
April 2014 20
March 2014 10
February 2014 25
January 2014 47
December 2013 6
November 2013 1
September 2013 407
May 2013 48
April 2013 4

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WESLEYAN CHURCH, MELTON. (Article), The Bacchus Marsh Express (Vic. : 1866 - 1945), Saturday 25 September 1869 [Issue No.169] page 3 2019-12-01 23:04 attendafico from Revs. T. Garlick and 3. Lambie.
attendafico from Revs. J. Garlick and 3. Lambie.
DIVORCE COURT. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 11 February 1897 [Issue No.13089] page 3 2019-12-01 21:40 evidence that sho was married to the respondent
1th April, 1S7I. Respondent was a cheese
maker by occupation, and in March, 1SS0, went
to Queensland undor contract to the Govern
ment as a dairy expert. Subsequently ho
entered into business as an hotelkeepcr, and
sinco May, IS!) I, had deserted her. A decreo
nini was granted, with cost3.
evidence that she was married to the respondent
1th April, 1874. Respondent was a cheese
maker by occupation, and in March, 1889, went
to Queensland under contract to the Govern
ment as a dairy expert. Subsequently he
entered into business as an hotelkeeper, and
sinco May, I891, had deserted her. A decree
nisi was granted, with costs.
Read's Annual Ball (Article), Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939), Thursday 10 November 1921 [Issue No.1893] page 5 2019-11-09 20:16 Hotel, Esplanade, St. Hilda, was chosen
Hotel, Esplanade, St. Kilda, was chosen
OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. AXEDALE. (Article), Bendigonian (Bendigo, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 13 June 1918 [Issue No.1109] page 11 2019-11-09 19:32 June 11.— —Mr. G. T. Wilson, head tea-
Messrs. A. D. Hopkins and T. Williamson
June 11.— —Mr. G. T. Wilson, head tea-
Messrs. A. D. Hopkins and J. Williamson
dames D. Robertson and Cornwell.——The
WOUNDED. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 4 September 1915 [Issue No.18,740] page 7 2019-11-09 18:59 Pte. W. J. AVIlITi:, Wallace Tale.
Ptc. J. A. RAMSAY, Bnliarat.
Pte. P. T. WALKER, East St. Hilda.
1-to. E. WILLIAMSON, Nyang.
Ptc. .V J. STAMMERS, Tcranj.
Pte. A. T. DAY, Wnrraudytc
PI;'. ,T. W. S. BOYC'E, "Wyeheprocf.
Pte. F. ani.DS, Nxilia-.i.
Pte. .1. A. ELLIOTT, Rainbow.
Pte. W. A. M'lLROY. Worri Y„",Uk1-.
Pte. W. A. M'CONNAN, Bcnalla.
I'le. D. A. MURTON. Armadaie.
p;-.. R. F. BOYD, Mctung.
Pte. W. J. WHITE, Wallace Dale.
Ptc. J. A. RAMSAY, Ballarat.
Pte. P. T. WALKER, East St. Kilda.
Pte. E. WILLIAMSON, Nyang.
Ptc. .V J. STAMMERS, Terang.
Pte. A. T. DAY, Warrandyte
PI;'. ,T. W. S. BOYC'E, "Wycheproof.
Pte. P. CHILDS, Nulian.
Pte. J. A. ELLIOTT, Rainbow.
Pte. W. A. Mc ILROY. Worri Yallock.
Pte. W. A. McCONNAN, Benalla.
I'le. D. A. MURTON. Armadale.
p;-.. R. F. BOYD, Metung.
MR. BOOLEY ON THE PROFITEER (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 30 August 1919 [Issue No.20101] page 21 2019-11-09 18:43 MR. BOOLEY ON THE PROFITEER
MR. DOOLEY ON THE PROFITEER
Open Air Concert At Burnham Beeches (Article), Mountain District Free Press (Vic. : 1947 - 1954), Friday 26 November 1948 [Issue No.119] page 10 2019-10-18 19:06 Olir.da Golf Club were blessed
with a perfect day -or their
Sybil ~ Stroud and Kathleen
enchantng 1 .
The st&lj holders and after-
Hoon tea vendors did very fine
business. Mrs L- F. Reid was
Lockihart Jacks and McLeod
Glovei*, McKay, E. A. Leane,
Cook, MoColl anMessrs Cook
Pete i Isaacson and Ted
will help to ibuild the club
Olinda Golf Club were blessed
with a perfect day for their
Sybil Stroud and Kathleen
enchantng.
The stall holders and after-
noon tea vendors did very fine
business. Mrs L. F. Reid was
Lockihart, Jacks and McLeod
Glover, McKay, E. A. Leane,
Cook, McColl and Messrs Cook
Pete Isaacson and Ted
will help to build the club
Grazier Left £33,817 (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 17 October 1942 [Issue No.20,413] page 3 2019-10-18 18:46 Glen reader. Lzreeiiuuic,
alty £9768. and, subject to the me
interest of the widow, are ta-
"Glen Pedder", Greendale, grazier,
alty £8768. and, subject to the life
interest of the widow, are be-
WILLS AND ESTATES (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 27 February 1936 [Issue No.27,932] page 8 2019-10-18 15:39 Jane Chisholm Hamilton, a spinster,
Wane Chisholm Hamilton, a spinster,
FRIENDS SAY GOODBYE Hostess Entertains At Club (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Monday 12 March 1934 [Issue No.17,729] page 13 2019-10-18 10:52 Norman Bnyles nt a delightful party given
by her sister, Mrs John Molcsworth, of
"MittflGonc." St. Kilda. at tho Alexandra
Club. Mrs Baylcs has been greatly
panied by Mr Baylcs, her daughter.
Miss Ayliffc Neill, and her nlcce. Miss
Maroa Molcsworth. The hostess invited
some of the young friends of ner daugh
Molcsworth expects to be away for a
vcar, and she will stay for a time with
Molcsworth, worn with a beige hat Mrs
charming mousscline frock with a shady
Lady Clarke, Lady Falrbaim, Lady
Chauvcl. Lady StaweU. Lady Harrison
Landale. Harold Riggal!, W. H. Moule, Jun..
Vivian Price, Robert Power, George Pcn-
Mesdames Kealinge-Johnson, H. O'Hora.
Horry Emmerton, Lauchlan Mackinnon, Tom
Brookes, Mrs John Gumer end Miss Brenda
Mrs Alan Currle. Miss Moud Motes-
Lai Lai; Mrs Leslie Austin, of Barra.
Mrs Ernest Pooltnan and Miss Audrey
Peterson, Mr Angus Glbbs, Miss Zelma
Stephens and Mlsft Margery Stephens, Mrs
Reginald Boyd and Mist Gwenda Boyd. Mrs
Mrs Hayden . Starke and. Mlsa Monica
Ingiis, of Ballan: Mrs Peter Manifold, Mrs
H. P. Mockemle. ;
The Misses Nancy Syme, Msrnto Cox,
Joan RJtcbla. Hilda Lascelies. Betty Caddy.
Valeria Purves, Veronica Reton Williams.
Palmer. ' / .
Norman Bayles at a delightful party given
by her sister, Mrs John Molesworth, of
"Mittagong." St. Kilda. at the Alexandra
Club. Mrs Baylce has been greatly
panied by Mr Bayles, her daughter.
Miss Ayliffe Neill, and her nlcce. Miss
Maroa Molesworth. The hostess invited
some of the young friends of her daugh
Molesworth expects to be away for a
year, and she will stay for a time with
Molesworth, worn with a beige hat Mrs
charming mousseline frock with a shady
Lady Clarke, Lady Falrbairn, Lady
Chauvel. Lady Stawell, Lady Harrison
Landale. Harold Riggal!, W. H. Moule, Jun.
Vivian Price, Robert Power, George Pen-
Mesdames Keatinge-Johnson, H. O'Hara.
Harry Emmerton, Lauchlan Mackinnon, Tom
Brookes, Mrs John Gurner and Miss Brenda
Mrs Alan Currle. Miss Maud Moles-
Lal Lal; Mrs Leslie Austin, of Barra.
Mrs Ernest Poomnan and Miss Audrey
Peterson, Mrs Angus Glbbs, Miss Zelma
Stephens and Mlss Margery Stephens, Mrs
Reginald Boyd and Miss Gwenda Boyd. Mrs
Mrs Hayden Starke and Mlsa Monica
Ingiis, of Ballan, Mrs Peter Manifold, Mrs
H. P. Mackenzle. ;
The Misses Nancy Syme, Marnie Cox,
Joan Ritchie, Hilda Lascelies. Betty Caddy.
Valeria Purves, Veronica Seton Williams.
Palmer.

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