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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,821,111
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,879
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,429
...
278 bernardk47 185,475
279 kmack 185,174
280 Jonsson 184,408
281 gkang 182,425
282 lisa123 182,314
283 laawilson 182,155

182,425 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 77
August 2019 78
July 2019 52
June 2019 96
May 2019 19
April 2019 5
March 2019 11
February 2019 261
January 2019 5
December 2018 103
November 2018 18
October 2018 65
September 2018 106
August 2018 95
July 2018 10
May 2018 91
April 2018 7
February 2018 33
January 2018 58
December 2017 64
November 2017 160
October 2017 40
September 2017 214
August 2017 343
July 2017 356
June 2017 3,371
May 2017 3,109
April 2017 1,517
March 2017 92
February 2017 40
January 2017 97
December 2016 24
June 2016 205
May 2016 85
April 2016 473
March 2016 89
February 2016 107
January 2016 140
December 2015 63
November 2015 700
October 2015 126
September 2015 156
August 2015 108
July 2015 2,718
June 2015 1,584
May 2015 278
April 2015 270
March 2015 101
February 2015 764
January 2015 1,650
December 2014 376
November 2014 1,455
October 2014 1,550
September 2014 23
August 2014 217
July 2014 9,240
June 2014 3,963
May 2014 647
April 2014 1,267
March 2014 9,278
February 2014 29,446
January 2014 9,186
December 2013 1,219
November 2013 2,117
October 2013 1,306
September 2013 2,621
August 2013 1,594
July 2013 419
June 2013 434
May 2013 1,528
April 2013 1,187
March 2013 2,655
February 2013 2,547
January 2013 1,877
December 2012 913
November 2012 358
October 2012 266
September 2012 355
August 2012 358
July 2012 378
June 2012 93
May 2012 165
April 2012 1,686
March 2012 1,168
February 2012 1,361
January 2012 3,949
December 2011 286
November 2011 330
October 2011 174
September 2011 78
August 2011 136
July 2011 729
June 2011 1,481
May 2011 9,552
April 2011 4,792
March 2011 9,582
February 2011 5,727
January 2011 8,819
December 2010 10,975
November 2010 1,340
October 2010 931
September 2010 921
August 2010 1,004
July 2010 778
June 2010 651
May 2010 124
April 2010 128
March 2010 76
February 2010 372
January 2010 15
December 2009 125
November 2009 109
October 2009 770
September 2009 525
August 2009 237
July 2009 642
June 2009 2,125
May 2009 1,399
April 2009 56

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,909
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,858
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,416
...
277 bernardk47 185,449
278 kmack 185,174
279 Jonsson 184,233
280 gkang 182,423
281 lisa123 182,314
282 laawilson 182,142

182,423 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 77
August 2019 78
July 2019 52
June 2019 96
May 2019 19
April 2019 5
March 2019 11
February 2019 261
January 2019 5
December 2018 103
November 2018 18
October 2018 65
September 2018 106
August 2018 95
July 2018 10
May 2018 91
April 2018 7
February 2018 33
January 2018 58
December 2017 64
November 2017 160
October 2017 40
September 2017 214
August 2017 343
July 2017 356
June 2017 3,371
May 2017 3,107
April 2017 1,517
March 2017 92
February 2017 40
January 2017 97
December 2016 24
June 2016 205
May 2016 85
April 2016 473
March 2016 89
February 2016 107
January 2016 140
December 2015 63
November 2015 700
October 2015 126
September 2015 156
August 2015 108
July 2015 2,718
June 2015 1,584
May 2015 278
April 2015 270
March 2015 101
February 2015 764
January 2015 1,650
December 2014 376
November 2014 1,455
October 2014 1,550
September 2014 23
August 2014 217
July 2014 9,240
June 2014 3,963
May 2014 647
April 2014 1,267
March 2014 9,278
February 2014 29,446
January 2014 9,186
December 2013 1,219
November 2013 2,117
October 2013 1,306
September 2013 2,621
August 2013 1,594
July 2013 419
June 2013 434
May 2013 1,528
April 2013 1,187
March 2013 2,655
February 2013 2,547
January 2013 1,877
December 2012 913
November 2012 358
October 2012 266
September 2012 355
August 2012 358
July 2012 378
June 2012 93
May 2012 165
April 2012 1,686
March 2012 1,168
February 2012 1,361
January 2012 3,949
December 2011 286
November 2011 330
October 2011 174
September 2011 78
August 2011 136
July 2011 729
June 2011 1,481
May 2011 9,552
April 2011 4,792
March 2011 9,582
February 2011 5,727
January 2011 8,819
December 2010 10,975
November 2010 1,340
October 2010 931
September 2010 921
August 2010 1,004
July 2010 778
June 2010 651
May 2010 124
April 2010 128
March 2010 76
February 2010 372
January 2010 15
December 2009 125
November 2009 109
October 2009 770
September 2009 525
August 2009 237
July 2009 642
June 2009 2,125
May 2009 1,399
April 2009 56

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 134,490
3 mickbrook 110,749
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,280
...
3015 GibboMDG 2
3016 gibeor 2
3017 GinC 2
3018 gkang 2
3019 GlenRuth 2
3020 GMarch 2

2 line(s) corrected.

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May 2017 2


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TRAGIC OCCURRENCE NEAR ALBURY. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Saturday 1 September 1906 page 4 2019-09-26 12:04 last night in the Upper 'Murray district. At
was apprised of the fact that a liorse, with har
last night in the Upper Murray district. At
was apprised of the fact that a horse, with har
OBITUARY. MR. JOHN HARCOURT KERR (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Monday 29 March 1943 page 2 2019-09-24 21:41 74 years. It was in 1S37 that that
74 years. It was in 1837 that that
PATRIOTIC NEWS (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Tuesday 9 September 1941 [Issue No.215] page 4 2019-09-19 19:28 tho lino again. I havo just finished read
tho strikes in Australia and tho hard Job
It Is gctung reinforcements for us over
here. And believe me I nm terribly dis
not awakened to the fact Uiat we are
like coming home with n tommy gun and
of Uie lender of Uie strikers. In England
are we going to keep It away? So ' I
chops wnlklng around doing nothing. We
do for them.- Well, I think you can guess
Mum nnd Dad ask them to show you the
nnmphlct tho Germans dropped for us.
boys. X will send you an Egyptian pound
tho lino again. I have just finished read
the strikes in Australia and the hard Job
It Is getting reinforcements for us over
here. And believe me I am terribly dis
not awakened to the fact that we are
like coming home with a tommy gun and
of the leader of the strikers. In England
are we going to keep It away? So I
chaps walklng around doing nothing. We
do for them. Well, I think you can guess
Mum and Dad ask them to show you the
pamphlet the Germans dropped for us.
boys. I will send you an Egyptian pound
MARIAN. (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Thursday 12 July 1923 [Issue No.680] page 3 2019-09-19 18:21 I Council meeting ? . The roads have been
, tor, rough to drive on for months,
j At the meeting of the Marian mill
' suppliers it was decided to ask the
j Central Board to lix 8th July as the
! date of crushing. This will give fiinti-
! several accidents. Mrs, Hansen senr.
I was hit with a football and suffered
'from slight shock. Sid Fry fell into n
barb wire and was attended' to a„- the
i constantly feeling "more or less."
| The death of Mr. Herbert Vincent
I Paul removes from amongst lis one of
(the most, popular young men of Marian,
Council meeting ? The roads have been
tor, rough to drive on for months,
At the meeting of the Marian mill
suppliers it was decided to ask the
Central Board to lix 8th July as the
date of crushing. This will give fiinti-
several accidents. Mrs, Hansen senr.
was hit with a football and suffered
from slight shock. Sid Fry fell into n
barb wire and was attended to at the
constantly feeling "more or less."
The death of Mr. Herbert Vincent
Paul removes from amongst lis one of
he most, popular young men of Marian,
STRATHFIELD HOME FOR CHILDREN. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 15 May 1925 [Issue No.27,257] page 7 2019-09-19 16:06 On Saturday, Sir Thomas Ilonlcy will per-
form the ceremony of opening "Hallovweii,"
bert-road, Strathfield. > '-A garden fote will
be held in aid of tho homo. The PnMeo and
N.S.W. Fire Brisado bands will assist.
On Saturday, Sir Thomas Healey will per-
form the ceremony of opening "Halloween,"
bert-road, Strathfield. A garden fote will
be held in aid of the home. The Police and
N.S.W. Fire Brigade bands will assist.
SENSATIONAL MURDER AT ST. KILDA. A NEPHEW SHOOTS HIS UNCLE. (Article), Avoca Mail (Vic. : 1863 - 1900; 1915 - 1918), Friday 28 March 1890 [Issue No.2,625] page 2 2019-09-18 21:38 - A sensational murder was perpetrated at
of Carlislo-street, St. Kilda, was shot dead by
his nephew, d laa.of 16' years, named John
Henry Bennett, as he was. entering tho gate
of liis father's garden. .Tlio shot was, heard
about half-past eleven o'clock; whon some
witn a bullet through his heart. Tho police
were soon on tlio spot and searched tlio place,
but could not find any- trace of tlio weapon
with which the deed was dono. Therefore,
dor. Tho detectives first proceeded to May,
sear's, house to question the inmates as to
tho doteotives, ho acknowledged that ho com
mitted tlio murder because ho hated tho de
ceased for striking liis mothor. He further
confessed that lie had purchased tlio rovolvor
an opportunity to shoot liis' undo. An op
portunity occurred that night, when ho knew-
His uncle came along, nnd was opening win
gato when tho lud fired, tho Bhot going
straight t!i rough tho heart. Ho novcr awaited
to sco tho result, but crept up to bed. After
der,'.' before dropping dead. This was hoard
by some neighbors, who gave tho alarm- Tho
uiurdorer, as stated abovo, is 16 yoars of age,-
and wa«.cmployed , as an- ironmouldqr. Ho
Jived'witfi Ill's mother, the, deceased's- sister,
in the same house 'with Mr May, senior, and
his murdered son.' The deceased was of a
until it terminated in tho abovo tragedy.
A sensational murder was perpetrated at
of Carlisle-street, St. Kilda, was shot dead by
his nephew, a lad of 16 years, named John
Henry Bennett, as he was entering tho gate
of his father's garden. The shot was heard
about half-past eleven o'clock; when some
witn a bullet through his heart. The police
were soon on the spot and searched the place,
but could not find any trace of the weapon
with which the deed was done. Therefore,
dor. The detectives first proceeded to May,
sen's, house to question the inmates as to
tho detectives, ho acknowledged that ho com
mitted the murder because ho hated tho de
ceased for striking his mother. He further
confessed that lie had purchased the revolver
an opportunity to shoot liis' uncle. An op
portunity occurred that night, when he knew-
His uncle came along, and was opening win
gate when tho lud fired, tho shot going
straight through tho heart. Ho never awaited
to see tho result, but crept up to bed. After
der,' before dropping dead. This was heard
by some neighbors, who gave the alarm,.Tho
murderer, as stated above, is 16 years of age,
and was employed as an ironmouldqr. He
lived with his mother, the, deceased's sister,
in the same house with Mr May, senior, and
his murdered son. bThe deceased was of a
until it terminated in tho above tragedy.
Killing charge dropped (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Friday 14 May 1954 [Issue No.9,596] page 2 2019-09-16 20:56 He admiitted -'in the
Criminal Court -two
,Woodville Gardens. in
SStone was remanded for
3Ross.
The 'Crown Prosecutor
He admitted in the
Criminal Court two
Woodville Gardens. in
Stone was remanded for
Ross.
The Crown Prosecutor
ADELAIDE POLICE Before Mr. L. E. Clarke, P.M. Chef For Trial On Murder Charge (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 3 April 1954 [Issue No.29,788] page 7 2019-09-16 20:53 Before Mr. L- E. Clarke,
1 ... P.M. : ..
Murder Chanre
Robinson, 35. married at
Frankly admitted to the
Before Mr. L, E. Clarke,
P.M.
Murder Charge
Robinson, 35, married at
frankly admitted to the
SALE OF DISEASED CATTLE. FINE IMPOSED (Article), The Sydney Stock and Station Journal (NSW : 1896 - 1924), Friday 1 February 1924 [Issue No.82] page 3 2019-08-23 22:04 Ernest Cox. of Wingham. was
Henry Albert Kirklaivd 'meat in
spector, employed at Wingham Baton
Factory), said he drew the attention ol
th« lRilice to the fact that one cow
mately that tlie cow be slaughtered,
and a iiost-mortem examination was
made, tlie result of which was that lhe
Maitlaud yards: they were passied by
Cox was fined £1, with 9s (id costs,
Ernest Cox of Wingham was
Henry Albert Kirkland meat in
spector, employed at Wingham Bacon
Factory), said he drew the attention of
the police to the fact that one cow
mately that the cow be slaughtered,
and a post-mortem examination was
made, the result of which was that lhe
Maitland yards, they were passed by
Cox was fined £1, with 9s 6d costs,
LETTERS FROM YOUNG FOLK. (Article), The Land (Sydney, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 29 May 1925 [Issue No.749] page 22 2019-08-23 21:52 Dear A.B.C.,-Just a little letter
to thank you very much for tho
to little Cdrrie. I was anxiously
the paper and I paw I had won a
prize. Well, dear A.B.C., since 1
last .wrote to you I have had my
twelve-yejors-olid birthday, and I
from your little friend,v.\
Boreo Creole, via Lockhart.
Dear A.B.C.-Just a little letter
to thank you very much for the
to little Corrie. I was anxiously
the paper and I saw I had won a
prize. Well, dear A.B.C., since I
last wrote to you I have had my
twelve-years-old birthday, and I
from your little friend,
Boree Creek, via Lockhart.

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