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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,020,689
2 noelwoodhouse 4,004,751
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,872
4 DonnaTelfer 3,474,710
5 Rhonda.M 3,438,763
...
3748 Baron49 6,583
3749 Irwin2 6,582
3750 simonsays 6,582
3751 fraw 6,578
3752 Janelle 6,573
3753 JaneyM 6,573

6,578 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2020 87
January 2020 340
December 2019 375
November 2019 120
October 2019 169
July 2019 351
June 2019 110
May 2019 290
April 2019 57
December 2018 2
October 2018 34
July 2018 90
June 2018 25
February 2018 11
January 2018 927
December 2017 190
November 2016 21
April 2016 11
August 2015 96
July 2015 3
June 2015 108
May 2015 91
October 2014 38
July 2014 79
December 2013 20
November 2013 141
July 2013 2
May 2013 18
April 2013 219
July 2012 53
May 2012 389
February 2012 87
January 2012 566
December 2011 1,458

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,020,487
2 noelwoodhouse 4,004,751
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,743
4 DonnaTelfer 3,474,684
5 Rhonda.M 3,438,750
...
3742 Irwin2 6,582
3743 simonsays 6,582
3744 clanmc61 6,580
3745 fraw 6,576
3746 Janelle 6,573
3747 JaneyM 6,573

6,576 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2020 87
January 2020 340
December 2019 375
November 2019 120
October 2019 169
July 2019 349
June 2019 110
May 2019 290
April 2019 57
December 2018 2
October 2018 34
July 2018 90
June 2018 25
February 2018 11
January 2018 927
December 2017 190
November 2016 21
April 2016 11
August 2015 96
July 2015 3
June 2015 108
May 2015 91
October 2014 38
July 2014 79
December 2013 20
November 2013 141
July 2013 2
May 2013 18
April 2013 219
July 2012 53
May 2012 389
February 2012 87
January 2012 566
December 2011 1,458

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 375,592
2 GeoffMMutton 183,009
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 75,183
...
3206 flossie00 2
3207 flutes 2
3208 Fmuller 2
3209 fraw 2
3210 Freda.Nikas 2
3211 fulleg 2

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July 2019 2


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Along the Wharves. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Friday 20 November 1885 [Issue No.5776] page 4 2020-04-07 15:37 If essrs. Campbell, Wilson, and Schloss, or. the Saltwater
Eiver, Footscray, where a sew steamer for the Customs
Messrs. Campbell, Wilson, and Schloss, on the Saltwater
River, Footscray, where a new steamer for the Customs
FOOTSCRAY SMELLS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. (Article), Independent (Footscray, Vic. : 1883 - 1922), Saturday 12 December 1885 [Issue No.142] page 3 2020-04-07 15:35 Szr,-Your 'contemporary of to-day has
. " (Foreman and Co.)
SIR,-Your contemporary of to-day has
(Foreman and Co.)
LAUNCH OF A FLOATING LIGHTHOUSE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 27 September 1886 [Issue No.9860] page 6 2020-04-07 15:31 and M'Cann, on tho east side of the Saltwater
gum is used, the hull oi the lighthouse is
prico for the structure is £4500.
There was no public ceremony in connootion
of the ports and harbors office. Tho unwieldy
and M'Cann, on the east side of the Saltwater
gum is used, the hull of the lighthouse is
price for the structure is £4500.
There was no public ceremony in connection
of the ports and harbors office. The unwieldy
LAUNCH OF A FLOATING LIGHTHOUSE. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 27 September 1886 [Issue No.9860] page 6 2020-04-07 15:12 Tho launch of the hull portion of a floating
lighthouse, an event quite unusual iu this
colony, took place on Saturday afternoon at tho
shipbuilding yard of Messrs. Campboll, Sloss
and M'C&no, on tho east side of tho Saltwater
the West Channel, iu the vicinity of Quoonscliffo,
and tho Urm named are building it under
contract to the Victoriau Government, the plaus
Mr. Wilson, of tho porta and harbors
branch of the Customs department. Tho
ance It is 17 foot 6 inches high and 36 toot 1
and iron, burdwood and Ivauri pine being used
for tbo wooden portion, which is to be above
sheathed on tho outside with zinc. The bottom
is hollowed out iu the shape of a cone, .the
object of this being to make tho vessel rido
more steadily in tho water and not roll so
much as she would do without it. Tho lower
portion of tho interior is constructed to cany
water ballast, and nbovo this aro sir water
tight compartments. Abovo those again
is tho dock, from which the light tower
Ou tho deck surrounding tho base of the tower
are to be erected the quarters for tho three men
who nro to live ou the lighthouse. A spiral
slainvuy insido the tower leads up to
the light room, whoro it- is intended to
the catoptric lights. Tho now iighthouso will
be of tho 4th class order, and its light will bo
visible lor a distance oi 10 miles. Tho contract
prico for the structure is £4500,
of their lady frieude, and a representative
of tho ports and harbors office. Tho uuwieldy
looking hull had boon prepared for a slide down
the slips into the river, and after a very liltlo
work had been done by ihe men in knocking
away some of its supports, it suddouly shifted,
almost beforoevory thing was ready. In another
moment tho hull had slid gracefully into the
likely to turn over. However it soon regained'
cessfully cumpleied.. Unlike the graceful look-
iug hull of the steamship Lady Loch, which
appep.red ready to bound into the water, but
which would not move on a recent launch occa
sion, the hull of tho floating lighthouse behaved
too readily. . It will take a month or sis weeks
to complete) tho litting up of tho floating light
house which will at the eud of that time bo
lowed down to the position which it is I S
The launch of the hull portion of a floating
lighthouse, an event quite unusual in this
colony, took place on Saturday afternoon at the
shipbuilding yard of Messrs. Campbell, Sloss
and M'Cann, on tho east side of the Saltwater
the West Channel, in the vicinity of Queenscliffe,
and the firm named are building it under
contract to the Victorian Government, the plans
Mr. Wilson, of the ports and harbors
branch of the Customs department. The
ance. It is 17 foot 6 inches high and 36 feet 1
and iron, hardwood and Kauri pine being used
for the wooden portion, which is to be above
sheathed on the outside with zinc. The bottom
is hollowed out in the shape of a cone, the
object of this being to make the vessel ride
more steadily in the water and not roll so
much as she would do without it. The lower
portion of the interior is constructed to carry
water ballast, and above this are six water
tight compartments. Above those again
is tho deck, from which the light tower
On the deck surrounding tho base of the tower
are to be erected the quarters for the three men
who are to live on the lighthouse. A spiral
stairway inside the tower leads up to
the light room, where it is intended to
the catoptric lights. The new lighthouse will
be of the 4th class order, and its light will be
visible for a distance of 10 miles. The contract
prico for the structure is £4500.
of their lady friends, and a representative
of the ports and harbors office. Tho unwieldy
looking hull had been prepared for a slide down
the slips into the river, and after a very liltle
work had been done by the men in knocking
away some of its supports, it suddenly shifted,
almost before every thing was ready. In another
moment the hull had slid gracefully into the
likely to turn over. However it soon regained
cessfully completed. Unlike the graceful look-
ing hull of the steamship Lady Loch, which
appeared ready to bound into the water, but
which would not move on a recent launch occa-
sion, the hull of the floating lighthouse behaved
too readily. It will take a month or six weeks
to complete) the fitting up of the floating light
house which will at the end of that time be
towed down to the position which it is to
Intercolonial Telegrams. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Sunday. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 27 September 1886 [Issue No.5,174] page 3 2020-04-07 14:59 R.M.S.'Carthago arrived to day.
The hull fur tho new lightship for Swan
spit was launched nn Saturday successfully
building yard, Saltwater River. I
R.M.S. Carthage arrived to day.
The hull fur the new lightship for Swan-
spit was launched on Saturday successfully
building yard, Saltwater River.
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 20 July 1889 [Issue No.10,735] page 5 2020-04-07 14:57 LAD wuntcd, 7s. 6d. and found. Win. Ilinton, fruiterer
LAD wanted, 7s. 6d. and found. Wm. Hinton, fruiterer
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 23 July 1889 [Issue No.10737] page 1 2020-04-07 14:56 Schild'H Agency, Footscray.
Schild's Agency, Footscray.
Maritime Miscellany. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Thursday 19 September 1889 [Issue No.6967] page 4 2020-04-07 14:55 Sew Ketch. — One of the latest additions to the shipping
registry is the ketch Brathen. The vessel was built by Sir.
3?. Bowen, of Footscray (V.y, for Captain Francis, who sails
New Ketch. — One of the latest additions to the shipping
registry is the ketch Bruthen. The vessel was built by Mr.
F. Bowen, of Footscray (V.), for Captain Francis, who sails
CITY OF HOPETOUN (?) FOOTSCRAY TO BECOME A GREAT SHIPPING CENTRE. COUNCILLOR STREET WAXES WROTH. (Article), Independent (Footscray, Vic. : 1883 - 1922), Saturday 13 December 1890 [Issue No.404] page 3 2020-04-07 14:51 OITY OF HOPETOUN (?)
only sugested lopetoun as the estates were
near hit birthplace.
the motsion, because he wished to move an
that a committee 0f 3 be appointed to find t
meant that in adopting the name "Hopetuun"
toadyisin.
Cr Norris only wised one more word.
CITY OF HOPETOUN (?)
only sugested Hopetoun as the estates were
near his birthplace.
the motion, because he wished to move an
that a committee of 3 be appointed to find t
Footscray had become a by-word in other
yards on the Saltwater River, and it was
Glasgow in Scottland (laughter).
meant that in adopting the name "Hopetoun"
toadyism.
Cr Norris only wished one more word.
SOMETHING VERY WRONG SOMEWHERE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 28 April 1908 [Issue No.21,928] page 10 2020-04-07 14:43 Sir,-At n "pleasant Sunday afternoon" hell
at Footscray, Victoria, on a recent Mareil
Sunday, Mr. Mauger, tho Federal Postmaster-.
Generul, dollvorod an address entitled "Some-
Sir,-At a "pleasant Sunday afternoon" held
at Footscray, Victoria, on a recent March
Sunday, Mr. Mauger, the Federal Postmaster-.
General, delivered an address entitled "Some-

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