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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,849,482
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,367,939
5 Rhonda.M 3,190,978
...
414 rose 119,397
415 Sandra 119,304
416 metagraphon 119,277
417 idiot-boy 118,944
418 SamanthaTurton 118,345
419 pathfinder 118,334

118,944 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 542
November 2019 6,502
October 2019 3,980
September 2019 2,910
August 2019 2
July 2019 126
June 2019 198
February 2019 24
November 2018 253
October 2018 592
September 2018 1,597
June 2018 2
May 2018 320
February 2018 373
January 2018 760
December 2017 819
November 2017 3
October 2017 247
September 2017 282
August 2017 355
July 2017 25
June 2017 224
April 2017 23
March 2017 906
February 2017 1,324
January 2017 1,450
December 2016 1,524
November 2016 2,100
October 2016 409
September 2016 1,319
August 2016 483
July 2016 1,120
June 2016 1,779
May 2016 347
April 2016 884
March 2016 635
February 2016 1,899
January 2016 1,787
December 2015 687
November 2015 1,504
October 2015 5,058
September 2015 905
August 2015 1,808
July 2015 1,354
June 2015 1,566
May 2015 176
April 2015 408
March 2015 2,381
February 2015 5,435
January 2015 3,128
December 2014 1,176
November 2014 882
October 2014 199
August 2014 219
July 2014 565
June 2014 1,530
May 2014 4,833
April 2014 3,725
March 2014 1,728
February 2014 695
January 2014 422
December 2013 1,055
November 2013 1,457
October 2013 455
September 2013 2,004
August 2013 3,246
July 2013 1,377
June 2013 1,671
May 2013 3,999
April 2013 1,139
March 2013 3,077
February 2013 2,507
January 2013 3,729
December 2012 4,207
November 2012 2,284
October 2012 800
September 2012 1,213
August 2012 3,192
July 2012 3,023

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,849,280
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,367,918
5 Rhonda.M 3,190,965
...
413 rose 119,397
414 Sandra 119,299
415 metagraphon 119,262
416 idiot-boy 118,944
417 SamanthaTurton 118,345
418 prue 118,297

118,944 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 542
November 2019 6,502
October 2019 3,980
September 2019 2,910
August 2019 2
July 2019 126
June 2019 198
February 2019 24
November 2018 253
October 2018 592
September 2018 1,597
June 2018 2
May 2018 320
February 2018 373
January 2018 760
December 2017 819
November 2017 3
October 2017 247
September 2017 282
August 2017 355
July 2017 25
June 2017 224
April 2017 23
March 2017 906
February 2017 1,324
January 2017 1,450
December 2016 1,524
November 2016 2,100
October 2016 409
September 2016 1,319
August 2016 483
July 2016 1,120
June 2016 1,779
May 2016 347
April 2016 884
March 2016 635
February 2016 1,899
January 2016 1,787
December 2015 687
November 2015 1,504
October 2015 5,058
September 2015 905
August 2015 1,808
July 2015 1,354
June 2015 1,566
May 2015 176
April 2015 408
March 2015 2,381
February 2015 5,435
January 2015 3,128
December 2014 1,176
November 2014 882
October 2014 199
August 2014 219
July 2014 565
June 2014 1,530
May 2014 4,833
April 2014 3,725
March 2014 1,728
February 2014 695
January 2014 422
December 2013 1,055
November 2013 1,457
October 2013 455
September 2013 2,004
August 2013 3,246
July 2013 1,377
June 2013 1,671
May 2013 3,999
April 2013 1,139
March 2013 3,077
February 2013 2,507
January 2013 3,729
December 2012 4,207
November 2012 2,284
October 2012 800
September 2012 1,213
August 2012 3,192
July 2012 3,023

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A PUBLICAN SENT TO GAOL FOR THREE MONTHS. FOR RECEIVING STOLEN FOWLS. (Article), Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Saturday 21 August 1897 [Issue No.197] page 5 2019-12-05 21:30 A TOBLIOAN 8KNT TO OAOL FOB
TliBEK MONTI1B
FOB EKOErS'lNQ BTOLEN FOWL8.
HOBAET, FaiDtT. — A. K, Ootlan,
licenBBD of the Waratah Hotel, Mnrray
*nr having felonlouilj received three fowl*,
by Mr D, II. Oiisp. Kridence having bcin
i-uucc AlacucraU! saia tuai ocieaa tbHre
cammilt'd, and In ipltc ol the good chai
lmpriconment with hard labor. A accaad
A PUBLICAN SENT TO GAOL FOR
THREE MONTHS.
FOR RECEIVING STOLEN FOWLS.
HOBART, FRIDAY. - A. E. Cotton
licensee of the Waratah Hotel, Murray-street, was proceeded against this morning
for having feloniously received three fowls, valued at 16s, the property of E B Gawne. He pleaded not guilty, and was represented
by Mr D, H. Crisp. Evidence having been given by Gawne and others for the prosecution and by the accused for the defence, the
Police Magistrate said that unless there were receivers thses thefts would not be
committed, and in spite of the good character he had previously borne the Bench felt they must impose a punishment which would be a deterrent to others. Accused was accordingly sentenced to three months'
imprisonment with hard labor. A second charge against Cotton was withdrawn.
Notes by the Way. (Article), Critic (Hobart, Tas. : 1907 - 1924), Friday 7 April 1916 [Issue No.562] page 3 2019-12-05 21:15 sheet as big as a blanket. Eightyodd
sheltered for a, brief period two
he ticket-of-leave system was humbug,
t ruffians who became more bold and
owever, is merely by the way inforation,
and nothing to do with the hi 3-
ory of the inn one is describing. Today
f a thriving and populous business and
sheet as big as a blanket. Eighty odd
sheltered for a brief period two
the ticket-of-leave system was humbug,
of ruffians who became more bold and
however, is merely by the way inforation,
and nothing to do with the history
of the inn one is describing. Today
of a thriving and populous business and
Notes by the Way. (Article), Critic (Hobart, Tas. : 1907 - 1924), Friday 7 April 1916 [Issue No.562] page 3 2019-12-05 21:13 ' tn the thirties, caused quite a sensation.
told’by an old colonist who waB pre-
"sent rbns thus: — A party of seamen
fft>m an American whaler paid
tltp Blue Bells of Scotland- a visit.
Tlifey commenced drinking heavily, and
short(y after midnight they commenced
a .battle royal with some of the
roughs' -of the neighbourhood. The
fight wh.B shifted from the bar-room to
boundaries the rivulet which takes itB
search bis body was found in the creek.
clement largely dominated in the immediate
in the thirties, caused quite a sensation.
told by an old colonist who was pre-
sent runs thus: — A party of seamen
from an American whaler paid
the Blue Bells of Scotland a visit.
They commenced drinking heavily, and
shortly after midnight they commenced
a battle royal with some of the
roughs of the neighbourhood. The
fight was shifted from the bar-room to
boundaries the rivulet which takes its
search his body was found in the creek.
water at the time, the poor fellow was
water in a large pool. It was the
element largely dominated in the immediate
Notes by the Way. (Article), Critic (Hobart, Tas. : 1907 - 1924), Friday 7 April 1916 [Issue No.562] page 3 2019-12-05 21:10 Clash .made a bolt of it from the parlour
This list of “Hobart notorieties if cited
would comprise the names of bushran
ers, ticket-of-leavers, evil-doing artists
. in search of general enjoyment. This
occurrence, but as' it was not always
the refractory, oije early landlord
rough bush waddy, which .he used without
Cash made a bolt of it from the parlour
This list of Hobart notorieties if cited
would comprise the names of bushrangers,
ticket-of-leavers, evil-doing artists
in search of general enjoyment. This
it is said that perhaps more of this
occurrence, but as it was not always
the refractory, one early landlord
rough bush waddy, which he used without
its weight imagined that they were
Notes by the Way. (Article), Critic (Hobart, Tas. : 1907 - 1924), Friday 7 April 1916 [Issue No.562] page 3 2019-12-05 21:08 The Blue Bells of Scotland, Upper
Incensing Bench of the day, the late
Win. Tarleton, police magistrate, who
eign. The Blue Bells or Scotland first
career'the Blue Bells was looked upon
Cash, who was discovered drinkiug
(By "The Odd Man Out.” )
The Blue Bells of Scotland, Upper
Murray street, is one of Hobart’s oldest
Licensing Bench of the day, the late
Wm. Tarleton, police magistrate, who
sign. The Blue Bells or Scotland first
career the Blue Bells was looked upon
Cash, who was discovered drinking
here by a police officer just at a period
ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING, FRIDAY DECEMBER 1ST, 1865. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Tasmanian Morning Herald (Hobart, Tas. : 1865 - 1866), Saturday 2 December 1865 [Issue No.2885] page 2 2019-12-05 20:46 WratbaU, William, Blue Bells of Scotland;
Weare, Thomas; Vine Tavern, Liverpool street.
Wrathall, William, Blue Bells of Scotland;
Watson, Frederick, Lime Kiln Inn;
Domestic Intelligence. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 6 August 1850 [Issue No.2253] page 2 2019-12-05 20:04 from Martha Wright to Nicholas Oleary, Blue
from Martha Wright to Nicholas Cleary, Blue
LICENSING MEETING. Monday, February 1, 1847. Before Joseph Hone. Esq., Chairman, Messrs. Mason, E. Abbott, W. Robertson, W. Moriarty, T. Hewitt, and J. Kerr. LICENSES TRANSFERRED. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 5 February 1847 [Issue No.1906] page 3 2019-12-05 19:58 cit..-' , - , , ', . ", _ ,
. TJio Blue Bells of Scotland, Murray-street*
from Joseph Paterson to John James Vt'illlsWk/
MEW LICENCES.
cit.
The Blue Bells of Scotland, Murray-street,
from Joseph Paterson to John James Willison
NEW LICENCES.
ANNUAL LICENSING DAY. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 2 September 1845 [Issue No.1760] page 3 2019-12-05 19:34 K. Edeson, Blue Bells of Scotland, Murray-
F. Edeson, Blue Bells of Scotland, Murray-
Hobart Town Police Report. Tuesday, October 13, 1840. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 20 October 1840 [Issue No.1273] page 6 2019-12-05 19:27 ing a pi isoner to be present, wh le the game of
bagatelle was being played. '


Seven fines for drunkenness.
William Bull, assigned to Mr. Lucas of Brown's
being drunk in the streets of Hobart Town.
Henry Wake, assigned to Mr. Price of Bathurst-
The constable who received the cauliflower was
George Roberts, hired servant to Mr. Davis,
Mr. Gardiner, of the Blue Bells of Scotland,
ing a prisoner to be present, while the game of
bagatelle was being played.
to 48 hours on the tread-wheel tor being out after
Benjamin Hills, ticket-of-leave, charged with
Mr. James Weare, of the Union Tavern, ap-
Smith, was charged by his employer with absent-
Two fines for drunkenness this day.
James Hutchinson, free hired servant to Mr.
Saturday, October 17.
Five fines to the Queen this day. ,
A woman named Myers was fully committed
held on the body of a child who was drowned in
the well at Neil s Garden.
DR. OFFICER.-There is now, no doubt, but
that Dr. Officer has made up his mind to leave
We have known Dr. Officer for some years,
New Norfolk, and as Colonial Surgeon in Ho-
bart Town; and, whether we regard him in
personal character, we have but one opinion of

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