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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,968
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,879
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,429
...
126 elvie 418,796
127 CooT 417,056
128 karenw 414,489
129 graham.pearce 413,129
130 blaljam 412,170
131 cjbrill 411,115

413,129 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 5,347
October 2019 2,372
September 2019 3,491
July 2019 102
June 2019 132
April 2019 376
March 2019 1,356
February 2019 628
January 2019 187
November 2018 2,967
October 2018 2,068
September 2018 7,341
August 2018 6,266
July 2018 3,785
June 2018 2,125
May 2018 235
April 2018 19
March 2018 223
December 2017 8
November 2017 693
October 2017 166
September 2017 436
August 2017 62
May 2017 381
February 2017 2
January 2017 19
December 2016 10
November 2016 106
October 2016 1
September 2016 5
August 2016 7
June 2016 192
May 2016 93
April 2016 402
March 2016 36
February 2016 51
January 2016 79
December 2015 55
November 2015 136
September 2015 15
August 2015 158
July 2015 87
June 2015 44
May 2015 229
April 2015 630
March 2015 12
February 2015 422
January 2015 186
December 2014 4,358
November 2014 8,744
October 2014 2,090
September 2014 2,605
August 2014 6,402
July 2014 17,772
June 2014 30,507
May 2014 28,407
April 2014 4,624
March 2014 6,129
February 2014 11,667
January 2014 11,691
December 2013 9,574
November 2013 8,806
October 2013 5,308
September 2013 4,020
August 2013 3,156
July 2013 3,421
June 2013 2,627
May 2013 3,734
April 2013 3,832
March 2013 4,401
February 2013 3,307
January 2013 2,494
December 2012 1,366
November 2012 1,676
October 2012 4,588
September 2012 729
August 2012 2,274
July 2012 2,414
June 2012 2,256
May 2012 1,858
April 2012 2,892
March 2012 1,884
February 2012 1,037
January 2012 4,649
December 2011 5,933
November 2011 2,986
October 2011 1,504
September 2011 2,585
August 2011 2,350
July 2011 8,535
June 2011 474
May 2011 1,978
April 2011 12,770
March 2011 6,500
February 2011 17,822
January 2011 3,988
December 2010 8,966
November 2010 16,176
October 2010 6,802
September 2010 13,900
August 2010 5,488
July 2010 8,051
June 2010 4,822
May 2010 8,418
April 2010 1,084
March 2010 3,970
February 2010 2,633
January 2010 4,285
December 2009 67

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,766
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,858
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,416
...
125 elvie 418,764
126 CooT 417,056
127 karenw 414,430
128 graham.pearce 413,129
129 blaljam 412,150
130 cjbrill 411,115

413,129 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 5,347
October 2019 2,372
September 2019 3,491
July 2019 102
June 2019 132
April 2019 376
March 2019 1,356
February 2019 628
January 2019 187
November 2018 2,967
October 2018 2,068
September 2018 7,341
August 2018 6,266
July 2018 3,785
June 2018 2,125
May 2018 235
April 2018 19
March 2018 223
December 2017 8
November 2017 693
October 2017 166
September 2017 436
August 2017 62
May 2017 381
February 2017 2
January 2017 19
December 2016 10
November 2016 106
October 2016 1
September 2016 5
August 2016 7
June 2016 192
May 2016 93
April 2016 402
March 2016 36
February 2016 51
January 2016 79
December 2015 55
November 2015 136
September 2015 15
August 2015 158
July 2015 87
June 2015 44
May 2015 229
April 2015 630
March 2015 12
February 2015 422
January 2015 186
December 2014 4,358
November 2014 8,744
October 2014 2,090
September 2014 2,605
August 2014 6,402
July 2014 17,772
June 2014 30,507
May 2014 28,407
April 2014 4,624
March 2014 6,129
February 2014 11,667
January 2014 11,691
December 2013 9,574
November 2013 8,806
October 2013 5,308
September 2013 4,020
August 2013 3,156
July 2013 3,421
June 2013 2,627
May 2013 3,734
April 2013 3,832
March 2013 4,401
February 2013 3,307
January 2013 2,494
December 2012 1,366
November 2012 1,676
October 2012 4,588
September 2012 729
August 2012 2,274
July 2012 2,414
June 2012 2,256
May 2012 1,858
April 2012 2,892
March 2012 1,884
February 2012 1,037
January 2012 4,649
December 2011 5,933
November 2011 2,986
October 2011 1,504
September 2011 2,585
August 2011 2,350
July 2011 8,535
June 2011 474
May 2011 1,978
April 2011 12,770
March 2011 6,500
February 2011 17,822
January 2011 3,988
December 2010 8,966
November 2010 16,176
October 2010 6,802
September 2010 13,900
August 2010 5,488
July 2010 8,051
June 2010 4,822
May 2010 8,418
April 2010 1,084
March 2010 3,970
February 2010 2,633
January 2010 4,285
December 2009 67

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RETURN BALL TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 22 November 1866 [Issue No.1851] page 2 2019-11-14 10:43 Packer, F. A., Mr. ; Packer, John, Mr. ; Pago, senr.,
Mr,, Mrs., and Miss; Pearce, Alderman, Mr., and Mrs. ;
Pago, junr., A., Mr. ; Peck, Alderman Mr ; Propsting,
Packer, F. A., Mr. ; Packer, John, Mr. ; Page, senr.,
Mr., Mrs., and Miss; Pearce, Alderman, Mr., and Mrs. ;
Page, junr., A., Mr. ; Peck, Alderman Mr ; Propsting,
THE EARTHQUAKE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 28 September 1866 [Issue No.1804] page 3 2019-11-14 09:58 The Sunday School Teachers and Scholars
'Prize .Essays.-We have been requested to
remind intending competitors for the "prizes
offered by " Justitia," that essays must b"c for-
, Mayor's Court,-There being no cases for
hearing, yesterday, the usual sitting of the
* Mayor's Court was not held.
Town Hall Organ Conclut - The first con-
cert in the new. Town Hall was held last evening,
.was, rendered, the performance being in aid of
' the Town Hall'Organ Fund. We do not I now
agement was anything hut creditable, the number
of tickets issued being far in e\ccss of the' ca-
ble to form nu estimate of the number
Îmssages, while nearly two hundred had to
eave the hall unable to guin admission. 'As far
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS AND SCHOLARS
PRIZE ESSAYS.-We have been requested to
remind intending competitors for the prizes
offered by " Justitia," that essays must be for-
MAYOR'S COURT,-There being no cases for
hearing yesterday, the usual sitting of the
Mayor's Court was not held.
TOWN HALL ORGAN CONCERT - The first con-
cert in the new Town Hall was held last evening,
was rendered, the performance being in aid of
the Town Hall Organ Fund. We do not know
agement was anything but creditable, the number
of tickets issued being far in excess of the ca-
ble to form an estimate of the number
passages, while nearly two hundred had to
leave the hall unable to gain admission. As far
OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL. THE MAYOR'S BALL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1803] page 2 2019-11-14 09:49 bocamo possible, and the brilliant assemblage was
became possible, and the brilliant assemblage was
OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL. THE MAYOR'S BALL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1803] page 2 2019-11-14 09:47 His Worship tho Mayor, R. Walker, Esq.
" ignoranee.depravity, and drunkenness" against the
havo ever attended in Tasnmnia, no matter where held.
His Worship the Mayor, R. Walker, Esq.
" ignorance, depravity, and drunkenness" against the
have ever attended in Tasnmnia, no matter where held.
OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL. THE MAYOR'S BALL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1803] page 2 2019-11-14 09:20 Agnow, Dr and Mrs, ; Allan, Mr. and Mrs, E, ;
Allen, Mr. J. ; Austin, Mr. T. -, Aikens, Mrs. ; Allon,
Mr. and Mrs. ; Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. '1. W, ; Austiu,
Mrs. 'J. ; Allou, Mr., Mrs., and the Misses; Adams,
ill. O. ; Abbott, Mr. John-, Aldrod, Mi-., Mis, and
the Misses; Allford, Mr.; Adams, Mr. aud Mrs. It. 1'.;
Allanby, Mr. A. ; Ashborno, Air. and Mrs. John;
Anderson, Miks.
Agnew, Dr and Mrs, ; Allan, Mr. and Mrs. E. ;
Allen, Mr. J. ; Austin, Mr. T. ; Aikens, Mrs. ; Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. ; Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. T. W, ; Austin,
Mrs. J. ; Allen, Mr., Mrs., and the Misses; Adams,
Mr. G. ; Abbott, Mr. John ; Aldred, Mr., Mrs., and
the Misses; Allford, Mr.; Adams, Mr. and Mrs. R. F.;
Allanby, Mr. A. ; Ashborne, Mr. and Mrs. John;
Anderson, Miss.
OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL. THE MAYOR'S BALL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1803] page 2 2019-11-14 09:15 Wo may montion,in concluding, that an influential
committee of citizons has been fornit'd for tho pur
poM) of giving'a return ball to His Worship tho
Mayor, in tho now Town Hall. Particulars will bo
mido known on an early day.
Wo subjoin a list of tho guests presont on Tuosday
ovoning, a« follows :
We may mention, in concluding, that an influential
committee of citizens has been formed for the pur-
pose of giving a return ball to His Worship the
Mayor, in the new Town Hall. Particulars will be
made known on an early day.
We subjoin a list of the guests present on Tuosday
evening, as follows :
OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL. THE MAYOR'S BALL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1803] page 2 2019-11-14 09:13 Tho bnnd on tho occasion was furnishod by Messrs.
Dontith and Gaglinrdi, and perlbrmod vory effectively
To tho staff of attendants employod on the occasion
ovcry praise is duo foi- thoir assiduity and attention
in ministering to tho comfort and happiness of tho
Wo may montion in concluding this report that
tho solidity of tho now building recoived a suvore tost
onTiiosdiivcvoiiiiig.whcnthonuinoroiisassomblvworo
treading with roguhir stops through tho various dances.
In tho supper room tho offoot of this was fully ap-
parent, tho chanilolior oscillating vory slightly in
timo with the music. Tho iirohitoot mid nil engaged
in its oroctiou have ovory reason to bo satisfied with
tho substantial ohuractor of their work.
The band on the occasion was furnished by Messrs.
Dentith and Gagliardi, and performed very effectively
To the staff of attendants empleyed on the occasion
every praise is due for their assiduity and attention
in ministering to the comfort and happiness of the
Wo may mention in concluding this report that
the solidity of the new building received a severe test
on Tuesday evening,.when the numerous assembly were
treading with regular steps through the various dances.
In the supper room the effect of this was fully ap-
parent, the chandelier oscillating very slightly in
time with the music. The architect and all engaged
in its erection have every reason to be satisfied with
the substantial character of their work.
OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL. THE MAYOR'S BALL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1803] page 2 2019-11-14 09:06 duo. Ho did not wish to koop the ladios and gontlo-
men outsido ouo bccond longor than ho could help,
and so ho should morely call upon thom to drink tho
health of Mrs. Walkor.
His Woiisuip briolly thanked thoassomblaga for tho
compliment paid to tho Mayoress, and tho company
retired, thoir piucas being tíílod by othors. Dancing
was kept up with spirit until tho programme was
oxhaustcd.and morning had brokon boforo tho last of
tho visitors vacated tho Town Hall.
due. He did not wish to keep the ladies and gentle-
men outside one second longer than he could help,
and so he should merely call upon them to drink the
health of Mrs. Walker.
His WORSHIP briefly thanked the assemblage for the
compliment paid to the Mayoress, and the company
retired, their places being filled by others. Dancing
was kept up with spirit until the programme was
exhausted, and morning had broken before tho last of
the visitors vacated the Town Hall.
OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL. THE MAYOR'S BALL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1803] page 2 2019-11-14 09:01 room. Ho sincorely hoped that all would enjoy
thomsolvcs on that occasion, and ho thanked thom
for tho kind way in which thoy had received his
The ArroiiNEV-GENEiiALcalloduponthocompanyto
chnrgo glasses. He said tho Mayor was no doubt all
vory well, and fully cntitlud to all the praiso which
thoy could bestow upon him, lint Hie Mayor had a
bettor half (laughter}, to whom their rcipoctB woro also
room. He sincerely hoped that all would enjoy
themselves on that occasion, and he thanked them
for the kind way in which they had received his
The ATTORNEY-GENERALcalled upon the company to
charge glasses. He said the Mayor was no doubt all
very well, and fully entitled to all the praise which
they could bestow upon him, but the Mayor had a
better half (laughter}, to whom their respects were also
OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL. THE MAYOR'S BALL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1803] page 2 2019-11-14 08:57 another assembly, where ho could assure thom thoy
woro thoroughly in carnost. His Worship was a
man for whom ho had n great respect. Tho citizons
owed him much for tho service, ho had rondorod
thom, and it was, in fact, to bim that thoy woro in-
debted for tho beautiful building in which*thov woro
then assentbled, and ho trusted that they might nil
livo to soo many happy assemblages in it. Ho asked
thom to drink the health of His Worship tho Mayor
of Hobart Town ; long lifo to him,and may ovory good
attend himself uml family. \ \\la callod on all present
to drink His Worship's good health with threo tiinos
thrco.
Drnnk amid loud cheering.
His Worship tho Mayou thanked thom vory
honrtily for tho honor dono him. That was not a
timo for speeoh making, as thora woro many other
ladios and gontlomen anxious to approach tho supper
another assembly, where he could assure them they
were thoroughly in earnest. His Worship was a
man for whom ho had a great respect. The citizens
owed him much for the service, he had rendered
them, and it was, in fact, to him that they were in-
debted for the beautiful building in which they were
then assembled, and he trusted that they might all
live to see many happy assemblages in it. He asked
them to drink the health of His Worship the Mayor
of Hobart Town ; long life to him, and may every good
attend himself and family. He called on all present
to drink His Worship's good health with three times
three.
Drunk amid loud cheering.
His Worship the MAYOR thanked them very
heartily for the honor done him. That was not a
time for speech making, as there were many other
ladies and gentlemen anxious to approach the supper

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