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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,009,068
2 noelwoodhouse 4,001,472
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,300
4 DonnaTelfer 3,459,370
5 Rhonda.M 3,427,185
...
1704 Kaul 21,240
1705 sonjecad 21,175
1706 Brendan 21,145
1707 jKayEm 21,131
1708 J.Keough 21,110
1709 samjam1949 21,103

21,131 line(s) corrected.

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March 2020 839
February 2020 139
January 2020 589
December 2019 875
November 2019 506
October 2019 154
September 2019 45
August 2019 41
July 2019 147
June 2019 267
May 2019 48
April 2019 332
March 2019 41
February 2019 117
January 2019 398
December 2018 29
November 2018 85
October 2018 1,791
September 2018 3,072
August 2018 2,024
July 2018 834
June 2018 1,388
May 2018 172
April 2018 75
March 2018 14
January 2018 1,279
December 2017 429
November 2017 948
October 2017 1
September 2017 46
July 2017 73
June 2017 30
May 2017 44
April 2017 98
March 2017 5
February 2017 119
January 2017 295
December 2016 112
November 2016 3
October 2016 14
September 2016 61
June 2016 181
May 2016 99
March 2016 174
February 2016 34
January 2016 33
December 2015 76
November 2015 165
October 2015 15
September 2015 61
August 2015 52
July 2015 53
June 2015 77
May 2015 33
April 2015 207
March 2015 94
February 2015 68
January 2015 82
December 2014 81
November 2014 138
October 2014 40
September 2014 48
August 2014 22
July 2014 197
June 2014 170
May 2014 26
March 2014 70
February 2014 67
January 2014 18
December 2013 17
November 2013 75
June 2013 103
February 2013 7
December 2012 340
June 2012 82
May 2012 86
April 2012 48
March 2012 77
November 2011 33
October 2011 273
September 2011 30

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,008,866
2 noelwoodhouse 4,001,472
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,171
4 DonnaTelfer 3,459,344
5 Rhonda.M 3,427,172
...
1712 wyten 20,850
1713 Anne 20,825
1714 rhockey 20,798
1715 jKayEm 20,780
1716 denispw 20,771
1717 IndigoPhillipArrow 20,763

20,780 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2020 839
February 2020 139
January 2020 589
December 2019 875
November 2019 505
October 2019 154
September 2019 45
August 2019 41
July 2019 147
June 2019 267
May 2019 48
April 2019 332
March 2019 41
February 2019 117
January 2019 383
December 2018 29
November 2018 85
October 2018 1,776
September 2018 3,072
August 2018 1,802
July 2018 808
June 2018 1,388
May 2018 172
April 2018 75
March 2018 14
January 2018 1,271
December 2017 427
November 2017 938
October 2017 1
September 2017 46
July 2017 73
June 2017 30
May 2017 40
April 2017 65
March 2017 5
February 2017 116
January 2017 284
December 2016 111
November 2016 3
October 2016 14
September 2016 61
June 2016 181
May 2016 99
March 2016 174
February 2016 34
January 2016 33
December 2015 76
November 2015 165
October 2015 15
September 2015 61
August 2015 52
July 2015 53
June 2015 77
May 2015 33
April 2015 207
March 2015 94
February 2015 68
January 2015 82
December 2014 81
November 2014 138
October 2014 40
September 2014 48
August 2014 22
July 2014 197
June 2014 170
May 2014 26
March 2014 70
February 2014 67
January 2014 18
December 2013 17
November 2013 75
June 2013 103
February 2013 7
December 2012 340
June 2012 82
May 2012 86
April 2012 48
March 2012 77
November 2011 33
October 2011 273
September 2011 30

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 372,259
2 GeoffMMutton 178,846
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 70,594
...
171 lconl2 358
172 wendyl 358
173 RickyH 355
174 jKayEm 351
175 comradau 349
176 IanAHawke 346

351 line(s) corrected.

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November 2019 1
January 2019 15
October 2018 15
August 2018 222
July 2018 26
January 2018 8
December 2017 2
November 2017 10
May 2017 4
April 2017 33
February 2017 3
January 2017 11
December 2016 1


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Mr. Allan Bell. (Article), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Saturday 25 January 1908 [Issue No.3,460] page 38 2020-03-31 21:17 Mr. Allan Bell, of Dalmeny Park, Mbunt
Mr. Allan Bell, of Dalmeny Park, Mount
Mr. Allan Bell. (Article), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Saturday 25 January 1908 [Issue No.3,460] page 38 2020-03-31 21:16 - Mr. Allan Bell, of Dalmeny Park, Mbunt
Barker, died suddenly on Thursday morn
ing. lie retired in his usual health on
Wednesday night, but apouti 1 o'clock next
home at Mount Barker, mid subsequently,
father's property at Swanport, River Mur
about a. year ago. He has left a "widow
(nee Mias 0. Baine, of Mount Barker
was a brother of Mesdamea Ferguson
(Mount Barker), F. Cornelius (Littleliamp
toh), and Gollen (Western Australia), the
Bel] (Narrrieoorte), and Mr. "James Bell
(Bordertown). Deceased was highly re«
sj>eeted.
Mr. Allan Bell, of Dalmeny Park, Mbunt
Barker, died suddenly on Thursday morn-
ing. He retired in his usual health on
Wednesday night, but about 1 o'clock next
home at Mount Barker, and subsequently,
father's property at Swanport, River Mur-
about a. year ago. He has left a widow
(nee Miss C. Baine, of Mount Barker
was a brother of Mesdames Ferguson
(Mount Barker), F. Cornelius (Littlehamp-
ton), and Gollan (Western Australia), the
Bel] (Naracoorte), and Mr. James Bell
(Bordertown). Deceased was highly res
pected.
UNITED GRAINGROWERS ASSOCIATION (Article), The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser (SA : 1880 - 1954), Thursday 1 June 1939 [Issue No.3044] page 5 2020-03-31 21:07 UNITED GRAlNdRbWERS
of the Commonwealth United Grain
growers' Association:—This Common
wealth organisation alius to work on a
ibroader basis - and give a better
toe possible with a State movement.
■^ent to the Commonwealth Govern
in connection with the home con
sumption price 'of an additional 5Jd.
growers throughout the Common
UNITED GRAlNGROWERS
of the Commonwealth United Grain-
growers' Association:—This Common-
wealth organisation aims to work on a
broader basis - and give a better
be possible with a State movement.
When wheatgrowers' representatives
went to the Commonwealth Govern-
in connection with the home con-
sumption price of an additional 5½d.
growers throughout the Common-
PICKINGS FROM PUNCH. AWKWARD LITTLE MISTAKE. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 28 March 1863 [Issue No.1121] page 2 2020-03-16 17:53 AWKWABD LITTLE MISTAKE.
Diana—"Oh, dear no, Augustus! rmsure 1 «s
danced with all the bores of my acquaintance!
AWKWARD LITTLE MISTAKE.
Diana—"Oh, dear no, Augustus I'm sure I've
danced with all the bores of my acquaintance!"
ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 28 March 1863 [Issue No.1121] page 2 2020-03-16 17:51 ENGLASD AMD HEB COLONIES.
Let me share in the boast of my island liome,
That her flag i roia the east to the west is unfurled
That the Queen, on whose realms the son never
goes down.
While they deem that a S'ankee disruption is
Go. liv in Smith and John Bright, and with each a
And if weighed in the balance, we veiy well
Thus, when Boney 'gainst itnglandbacked Europe's
"Twas the Colonies helped her to cany the day.
With Spain, France, and Holland, to make np a
That we"re useless appendages.has to appear;
And not equally so to the Queen of the Sea!
Since "TJrbis et orbis," wherever he went.
To assert this my own is tne aim or my lay, -
TCT"
ENGLAND AMD HER COLONIES.
Let me share in the boast of my island home,
That her flag from the east to the west is unfurled
That the Queen, on whose realms the sun never
goes down,
Or to setver the empire by way of a change.
While they deem that a Yankee disruption is
Godwn Smith and John Bright, and with each a
And if weighed in the balance, we very well
Thus, when Boney 'gainst England backed Europe's
"Twas the Colonies helped her to carry the day.
With Spain, France, and Holland, to make up a
That we're useless appendages has to appear;
And not equally so to the Queen of the Sea?
Since "Urbis et orbis," wherever he went.
To assert this my own is tne aim or my lay,
J.S.L.
SHOCKING CASE OF ABDUCTION OF A GIRL UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE BY HER UNCLE. MOONAMBEL POLICE COURT, 23RD AUGUST. (Article), The Victorian Farmers Journal and Gardeners Chronicle (Melbourne, Vic. : 1860 - 1862), Saturday 31 August 1861 [Issue No.61] page 15 2020-03-05 13:29 'some washdirt, and returned in about an hour.
_J received information that my daughter had
witn )iis teat and other goods. The horsey wore
hamcaftcilatb& dray. X up* and \re
jeing at my uncle’s tent about a week before T
' eft. I asked him to let me go away with him..
committed to Ararat for trial, on the 10th o€
October next.
issue we noticed a fatal accident that had occur
I years of age, and had a family of four children.


some washdirt, and returned in about an hour.
I received information that my daughter had

with his tent and other goods. The horses were
harnessed in the dray. I got up and we went
jeing at my uncle’s tent about a week before I
left. I asked him to let me go away with him..
committed to Ararat for trial, on the 10th of
October next.—Maryborough and Dunolly Adver-
tiser, 26th August.
issue we noticed a fatal accident that had occur-
years of age, and had a family of four children.
Goulburn Chronicle, 21st August.
CITY POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 12th October. (Before Mr Hackett.) (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 13 October 1864 [Issue No.3,108] page 6 2020-03-05 13:18 fBeforo Mr Hnckntt.^
John Exford, Sarah Harris and Thomas Kelly wero
fiued as for using obscene language, and Jane Ford,
iveny a. tuo eastern Jiaritet. a no case ueiug
proved, ho was sentenced to three months' imprison
Prisoners Illegally at Large. — Georgo Wil
liams and Anne Smith, charged with being priso
ners of tho Crown illegally at largo, wore remanded
Wednesday, 12th October.
(Before Mr Hackett)
John Exford, Sarah Harris and Thomas Kelly were
fined 5s for using obscene language, and Jane Ford,
Kelly at the Eastern market. The case being
proved, he was sentenced to three months' imprison-
Prisoners Illegally at Large. — George Wil-
liams and Anne Smith, charged with being priso-
ners of the Crown illegally at large, were remanded
SHOCKING CASE OF ABDUCTION OF A GIRL. UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE BY HER UNCLE. MOONAMBEL POLICE COURT, 23RD AUGUST. (Before F. K. Orme, Esq., P.M.) (Article), The Melbourne Leader (Vic. : 1861), Saturday 31 August 1861 [Issue No.296] page 16 2020-03-05 13:09 SHOCKING CASE OP ABDUCTION OF A
GIRL ; UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF
'AGE BY HER UNCLE.
MOONAMBEL POLICE COURT, 23RD AUGUST. :'?
interesting looking girl, the daughter . of prose
cutor.' The following is the evidence. adduced :—
. 'Robert Ford, examined : I am a carter, residing
at 'Moonambel. Know the prisoner. He is my
committed to Ararat for trial, ; on j the 10th. of
October next.— Maryborough -and Duriolly Adver?i
User, 26th ;August. - - ; i ,
lar art or charm. on the- port of the performer.-—
Chambers' s Journal. ? ' ,
Mr Michael Cassidy, lately a candidate for par
before tho Castlemaine benohon a charge of inoa-'
nity; He was remanded for medical attendanco.
SHOCKING CASE OF ABDUCTION OF A
GIRL UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF
AGE BY HER UNCLE.
MOONAMBEL POLICE COURT, 23RD AUGUST.
interesting looking girl, the daughter of prose
cutor. The following is the evidence. adduced :—
Robert Ford, examined : I am a carter, residing
at Moonambel. Know the prisoner. He is my
committed to Ararat for trial, on the 10th. of
October next.— Maryborough -and Dunolly Adver-
tiser, 26th August.
lar art or charm. on the part of the performer.-—
Chambers' s Journal.
Mr Michael Cassidy, lately a candidate for par-
before th Castlemaine benohon a charge of insa-
nity; He was remanded for medical attendance.
SHOCKING CASE OF ABDUCTION OF A GIRL UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE BY HER UNCLE. MOONAMBEL POLICE COURT, 23RD AUGUST. (Before F. K. Orme, Esq., P.M.) (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 27 August 1861 [Issue No.2,134] page 5 2020-03-05 13:05 October next. — Maryborough and Dwiolly Adver
Mr Michael Cassidy, latety a candidate for par
liamentary honors, wns on Wednesday last taken
before tho Castlemaine bench on a_ charge of insa
— 21. and D, Advertiser, 26th August, j
October next. — Maryborough and Dunolly Adver-
Mr Michael Cassidy, latety a candidate for par-
liamentary honors, was on Wednesday last taken
before the Castlemaine bench on a charge of insa-
— M. and D, Advertiser, 26th August,
SHOCKING CASE OF ABDUCTION OF A GIRL UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE BY HER UNCLE. MOONAMBEL POLICE COURT, 23RD AUGUST. (Before F. K. Orme, Esq., P.M.) (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 27 August 1861 [Issue No.2,134] page 5 2020-03-05 13:03 MOONAMBEL TOLICE C3UUT, 23RD AUGUST.
John Christopher Jeora was cnargea by inaerc
Ford Tvith the abduction of Jane Paul Ford, an
in'.eie3ting looking girl, tho daughter of prose
cutor. Tho following is the evidence adduced : —
at Moonambsl. Know the prisoner. He id rny
born on AugU3t the llth, 18 15, at Rudruth, in
was then living here at Moonambel. fMy wife
and daughter wore living with me. Prisoner was
mine? He has been boarding with mo at different
slept in a small tent joined on to mine ; tho
said ho was going to Nav.irro diggings. I did
the evening from work I sir.v ho was gone. My
daughter, Jane Ford, went to bed on that even
about the same time. On the 21th I got up
about nve o ciocic m me morning, nuu went iur
some waahdirt, and returned in about un hour.
MOONAMBEL POLICE COURT, 23RD AUGUST.
John Christopher Ford was charge by Robert
Ford with the abduction of Jane Paul Ford, an
interesting looking girl, tho daughter of prose-
cutor. The following is the evidence adduced : —
at Moonambsl. Know the prisoner. He is rny
born on August the 11th, 1845, at Redruth, in
was then living here at Moonambel. My wife
and daughter were living with me. Prisoner was
mine. He has been boarding with me at different
slept in a small tent joined on to mine ; the
said h was going to Navarre diggings. I did
the evening from work I saw he was gone. My
daughter, Jane Ford, went to bed on that even-
about the same time. On the 24th I got up
about five o clock in the morning, and went for
some washdirt, and returned in about an hour.

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