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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,818,143
2 noelwoodhouse 3,917,702
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,320,431
5 Rhonda.M 3,133,236
...
5437 brunswick 3,399
5438 Mackin 3,399
5439 CofEltham 3,397
5440 jimjarron 3,397
5441 tjstewart 3,397
5442 DavidCullen 3,395

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August 2019 51
July 2019 61
June 2019 161
May 2019 15
February 2019 14
January 2019 134
October 2018 154
September 2018 15
August 2018 36
July 2018 573
June 2018 7
May 2018 117
March 2018 40
February 2018 78
November 2017 37
August 2017 85
June 2017 32
March 2017 124
February 2017 5
December 2016 344
November 2016 176
October 2016 7
September 2016 44
August 2016 80
May 2016 91
December 2015 33
November 2015 22
October 2015 15
September 2015 80
June 2015 39
May 2015 6
April 2015 39
March 2015 100
February 2015 38
December 2014 17
October 2014 40
September 2014 13
March 2014 16
February 2014 87
January 2014 9
December 2013 109
November 2013 62
October 2013 101
March 2012 10
February 2012 80

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,817,941
2 noelwoodhouse 3,917,702
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,320,410
5 Rhonda.M 3,133,223
...
5432 brunswick 3,399
5433 Mackin 3,399
5434 CofEltham 3,397
5435 jimjarron 3,397
5436 tjstewart 3,397
5437 DavidCullen 3,395

3,397 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 51
July 2019 61
June 2019 161
May 2019 15
February 2019 14
January 2019 134
October 2018 154
September 2018 15
August 2018 36
July 2018 573
June 2018 7
May 2018 117
March 2018 40
February 2018 78
November 2017 37
August 2017 85
June 2017 32
March 2017 124
February 2017 5
December 2016 344
November 2016 176
October 2016 7
September 2016 44
August 2016 80
May 2016 91
December 2015 33
November 2015 22
October 2015 15
September 2015 80
June 2015 39
May 2015 6
April 2015 39
March 2015 100
February 2015 38
December 2014 17
October 2014 40
September 2014 13
March 2014 16
February 2014 87
January 2014 9
December 2013 109
November 2013 62
October 2013 101
March 2012 10
February 2012 80

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The Argus. PUBLISHED DAILY. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and, therefore, the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." TO CORRESPONDENTS. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to THE EDITOR. Rejected letters cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever. Correspondents are advised to keep copies of their letters, as this rule will be adhored to strictly. No notice can be taken of anonymous communications. Every letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid in convenience and delay to persons interested, we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be addressed to WILSON and MACKINNON, and not to the EDITOR. Payment by post-office order, bank draft, or Victorian postage Stamps will oblige. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1880. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 24 February 1880 [Issue No.10,510] page 4 2019-08-23 20:52 The elaborate model of the proposed now
railway station at 1 Undera street designed
by Mr R G 1 ord and favoured with tho
jeaterday e^h bited in all ita glory at the
Town hall It covered a table about 10ft long
and 5ft wide No expense had been spared to
river glass., and the railway platforms and
bridges attraetiv e 1 he model was ostensibly
brought up to bIiow the City Council tho route
intended to bo taken by tho contemplated
high level railway ml Undera street but as tho
well indicated on a plan, it was shrewdly bus
veyed to the Town-hall for the purpose ot in-
Mr. Ford's design for a bridge across tho
committed themselves to tho samo
rfan, Owing possibly to tho inlluence of
tho Minister of Uailways, however, no pro-
formation from tho Government as to when
the money borrowed on account of tho bridge
will bo made available. In the model pro-
vision is made for three ppssenger platforms,
threo goods platforms, threo engine sheds to
hold 99 engines ; and the river is to bo
turned out of its course into a now channel
200 yards wide. There is tho bridge, as
Btreet to the Immigrants' Home, with an
and dividing tho track into two long lanes.
The model ia worth looking at ob a specimen
Railways is prepared to sanction when tho
BchemcB of his protegí require to bo adver-
tised. There is a remarkable likeness be.
tween the sido elevation of. the bridge and
ithe side elevation of the high-level connexion
between Spinier atreet and I Undera street
a connexion designed by a aubordinate en-
gineer in the department
It ia well known that great political prea
sure ia brought to hear upon tho railway cm
ploi/ia in the interests and with the sanction
of tho Berry Government One instance ia
to he seen m a circular recently issued by tho
Hailwajs employés committee, and signed
by Mesars Hiddle and Kodier on behalf of
that bodj In this document attention ia
Ministerial members, whoso namea are given
havo waited upon the Minister Mr I Woods,
to ask him to introduce a bill to classify tho
emp o>/ '» to provide for compensation &.c
A i aragraph from the Ilr /Í imilown A Iver
ttsir, promising that Mr "Woods tv ill concede
ever, thing, ia quoted And tho report goes
The elaborate model of the proposed new
railway station at Flinders street designed
by Mr R G Ford and favoured with the
yesterday exhibited in all its glory at the
Town hall. It covered a table about 10ft long
and 5ft wide. No expense had been spared to
river glassy, and the railway platforms and
bridges attractive. The model was ostensibly
brought up to show the City Council the route
intended to be taken by the contemplated
high level railway in Flinders street but as the
well indicated on a plan, it was shrewdly sus
veyed to the Town-hall for the purpose of in-
Mr. Ford's design for a bridge across the
committed themselves to the same
plan. Owing possibly to the influence of
the Minister of Railways, however, no pro-
formation from the Government as to when
the money borrowed on account of the bridge
will bemade available. In the model pro-
vision is made for three passenger platforms,
three goods platforms, three engine sheds to
hold 99 engines; and the river is to be
turned out of its course into a new channel
200 yards wide. There is the bridge, as
street to the Immigrants' Home, with an
and dividing the track into two long lanes.
The model is worth looking at as a specimen
Railways is prepared to sanction when the
schemes of his protégé require to be adver-
tised. There is a remarkable likeness be
tween the side elevation of the bridge and
the side elevation of the high-level connexion
between Spencer street and Flinders street -
a connexion designed by a subordinate en-
gineer in the department.
It is well known that great political pres
sure is brought to bear upon the railway em
ployés in the interests and with the sanction
of the Berry Government. One instance is
to be seen in a circular recently issued by the
Railways employé's committee, and signed
by Messrs Hiddle and Rodier on behalf of
that body. In this document attention is
Ministerial members, whose names are given
have waited upon the Minister Mr J Woods,
to ask him to introduce a bill to classify the
employés to provide for compensation &.c
A paragraph from the Williamstown Adver
tiser, promising that Mr Woods will concede
everything, is quoted. And the report goes

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