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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,905,491
2 noelwoodhouse 3,962,190
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,943
5 Rhonda.M 3,303,548
...
474 kbrockley 105,939
475 SLQLD 105,799
476 margie1976 105,643
477 janedoe 105,563
478 shamyhutch 105,254
479 Sharon.L.Bergman 105,196

105,563 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 63
October 2019 220
July 2019 177
June 2019 449
April 2019 22
March 2019 27
February 2019 139
January 2019 533
October 2018 330
September 2018 199
August 2018 35
July 2018 164
June 2018 9
May 2018 17
February 2018 41
January 2018 27
December 2017 3
November 2017 128
October 2017 1,038
August 2017 516
July 2017 554
June 2017 426
May 2017 298
January 2017 161
December 2016 511
November 2016 6
October 2016 178
August 2016 7
July 2016 932
May 2016 14
February 2016 1
January 2016 294
December 2015 482
November 2015 325
October 2015 261
September 2015 217
August 2015 224
July 2015 152
June 2015 26
May 2015 22
April 2015 35
March 2015 643
February 2015 7
January 2015 166
December 2014 740
November 2014 544
October 2014 173
September 2014 39
August 2014 33
July 2014 21
June 2014 2,605
May 2014 773
April 2014 482
March 2014 3,461
February 2014 721
January 2014 685
December 2013 865
November 2013 7,258
October 2013 6,370
September 2013 9,172
August 2013 18,250
July 2013 19,856
June 2013 15,692
May 2013 7,744

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,905,289
2 noelwoodhouse 3,962,190
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,917
5 Rhonda.M 3,303,535
...
471 kbrockley 105,939
472 SLQLD 105,790
473 margie1976 105,589
474 janedoe 105,554
475 shamyhutch 105,254
476 Sharon.L.Bergman 105,196

105,554 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 63
October 2019 220
July 2019 177
June 2019 449
April 2019 22
March 2019 27
February 2019 139
January 2019 530
October 2018 330
September 2018 199
August 2018 31
July 2018 164
June 2018 9
May 2018 17
February 2018 41
January 2018 27
December 2017 3
November 2017 128
October 2017 1,038
August 2017 516
July 2017 554
June 2017 426
May 2017 298
January 2017 161
December 2016 511
November 2016 6
October 2016 178
August 2016 7
July 2016 930
May 2016 14
February 2016 1
January 2016 294
December 2015 482
November 2015 325
October 2015 261
September 2015 217
August 2015 224
July 2015 152
June 2015 26
May 2015 22
April 2015 35
March 2015 643
February 2015 7
January 2015 166
December 2014 740
November 2014 544
October 2014 173
September 2014 39
August 2014 33
July 2014 21
June 2014 2,605
May 2014 773
April 2014 482
March 2014 3,461
February 2014 721
January 2014 685
December 2013 865
November 2013 7,258
October 2013 6,370
September 2013 9,172
August 2013 18,250
July 2013 19,856
June 2013 15,692
May 2013 7,744

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 341,553
2 PhilThomas 140,690
3 GeoffMMutton 131,426
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
1934 ianFrakes 9
1935 inkpress 9
1936 jakd 9
1937 janedoe 9
1938 JeanetteAnn 9
1939 jeffreyd 9

9 line(s) corrected.

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January 2019 3
August 2018 4
July 2016 2


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CURRENT TOPICS. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 16 June 1870 [Issue No.7369] page 2 2019-11-05 08:20 ' board with Captain Gascoigne at the time
not accompany her husband on that un
Prahran. '
board with Captain Gascoigne at the time
not accompany her husband on that un-
Prahran.
MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 24th May. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 25 May 1870 [Issue No.4672] page 2 2019-11-05 08:18 Tuesday, 24'h May.
In looking through the list iiiue of tbe Sydney
Momir.g Herald I come upon further corrobora
tion of my informant'! statement as to Captain
Gascoigne, of tbe Spsrwer cutter, baring been in
j search of his wife when he was massacred, and tbe
| following excerpt from that p=>per would in
j ferenuahy give the idea that be had been «uccess
been on board tbe Sperwer when tbe crew were
massacred, were reported to hare been seen on
Prince of Wales Island, and tbe Blanche set tail
for the island, taking with ber twelve black
tracker*. After she anchored off the island, two
boati' crews were armed and left the ship. They
j natives were made to understand that tbev would
| be released if they would give information
t respecting ths persons who were rought for, when
; they said that the woman had been on Wednesday
? Wand, but through exposure and ill-usage among
| the savages nad died some three months before,
j The party of men searched the iiland for two
; days, when they embarked, "and tbe Blanche
| returned to Somerset. Subsequently it wa<
; Iiland, on Mount Ernest. Tha Blanche started
I f-.r that place, bat owing to thick and cloudy
.vesther she ran on to z coral reef, where she
remained for forty-eight hours, and then wis got
.pars, snd other gear to lighten the ship.
ASOTHEB DAEIJG HIGBWAT BOBBEBT, under
Tuesday, 24th May.
In looking through the last issue of the Sydney
Mornin Herald I come upon further corrobora-
tion of my informant'sstatement as to Captain
Gascoigne, of the Sperwer cutter, having been in
search of his wife when he was massacred, and the
following excerpt from that paper would in-
ferentially give the idea that he had been success-
been on board tbe Sperwer when the crew were
massacred, were reported to have been seen on
Prince of Wales Island, and the Blanche set sail
for the island, taking with her twelve black
trackers. After she anchored off the island, two
boats' crews were armed and left the ship. They
natives were made to understand that they would
be released if they would give information
respecting the persons who were sought for, when
they said that the woman had been on Wednesday
Island, but through exposure and ill-usage among
the savages had died some three months before,
The party of men searched the island for two
days, when they embarked, and the Blanche
returned to Somerset. Subsequently it was
Island, on Mount Ernest. The Blanche started
for that place, but owing to thick and cloudy
weather she ran on to a coral reef, where she
remained for forty-eight hours, and then was got
spars, and other gear to lighten the ship.
ANOTHER DARING HIGHWAY ROBBERY, under
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. HOBART TOWN. COASTERS INWARD. (Article), The Tasmanian Times (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1867 - 1870), Friday 26 November 1869 [Issue No.703] page 2 2019-11-05 08:12 THE MASSACRE A.T PRINCE OF WALES ISLAND,—
With reference to the horrible.massacre of the crew
of the cntter Sperwer, Captain Gascoigne, by the
letter, dated 26th June, relative to the butter Sper
THE MASSACRE AT PRINCE OF WALES ISLAND,—
With reference to the horrible massacre of the crew
of the cutter Sperwer, Captain Gascoigne, by the
letter, dated 26th June, relative to the cutter Sper-
THE MASSACRE AT PRINCE OF WALES ISLAND. (Article), Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), Saturday 27 November 1869 [Issue No.1170] page 3 2019-11-05 08:12 amongst thie natives of Bodsu.
enough to request Captain Bingham,of?I.M.S. Virago,
to give me assistance, in the shapeof about and crew,
close to it, for traces of the captaiu's wife, &c.-I have
Fuwe L. JaunrnE, P.M.
The Hen. the Colonial Secretary, Brisbane.
amongst the natives of Badu.
enough to request Captain Bingham, of H.M.S. Virago,
to give me assistance, in the shape of a boat and crew,
close to it, for traces of the captain's wife, &c.-I have
FRANK L. JARDINE, P.M.
The Hon. the Colonial Secretary, Brisbane.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. HOBSON'S BAY. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 13 October 1868 [Issue No.6,972] page 4 2019-11-05 08:10 i ENTERED OUTWARDS.-OcT. 12.
t SwifUuro, ship, 1.320 tons, W. R. 0. Stackpoole, for
London. i ' 1
ENTERED OUTWARDS.-OCT. 12.
Swiftsure, ship, 1,326 tons, W. R. C. Stackpoole, for
London.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Courier.) (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 23 October 1869 [Issue No.140] page 2 2019-11-05 08:06 TOWnbville.-October 18.-Ilia Excellency
day next-The schooner Margaret and Jano
arrived here yesterday from (Somerset, after a
paBBftge of fifty-six days, having on board the
master and five of tlie crew of tbe barque
Telgnmoutb, bound from Newcastle with coal
to Mauritius, and wrocked on a reef 100 miles
from Somerset. The crow were all saved.
Tbe master of the above schooner also reports
tho total wreck of tbo ship bparaway, Gas
coigne, and the inastor and crew all murdered
|>y tho natives of Prince oi Wales Ibland.
TOWNSVILLE.-October 18.-Ilia Excellency
day next-The schooner Margaret and Jane
arrived here yesterday from Somerset, after a
passage of fifty-six days, having on board the
master and five of the crew of the barque
Telgnmouth, bound from Newcastle with coal
to Mauritius, and wrecked on a reef 100 miles
from Somerset. The crew were all saved.
The master of the above schooner also reports
the total wreck of the ship Sparaway, Gas-
coigne, and the master and crew all murdered
by the natives of Prince of Wales Island.
LOYAL BRITANNIA LODGE OF ODD[?] FELLOWS, M.U. (Article), The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889), Saturday 4 December 1858 [Issue No.126] page 3 2019-11-03 08:09 l wship was delivered to a respectable and numerous audience
fellowship was delivered to a respectable and numerous audience
CLARE AUTUMN SHOW. (Article), Northern Argus (Clare, SA : 1869 - 1954), Friday 6 March 1874 [Issue No.268] page 2 2019-11-03 07:07 day wa3 delightfully fine, which Induced a

b
Roses, best three, 3s, C. B. fisher.
Advertising (Advertising), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Wednesday 29 November 1871 [Issue No.2,426] page 1 2019-11-03 00:35 John Tallant Bee John Rogers i
barker

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