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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,787,147
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,006
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,264
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,912
...
1039 gillymegs 39,334
1040 RichieGorrell 39,290
1041 jbaird 39,286
1042 KenShiels 39,224
1043 dobbo1 39,212
1044 Carellbell 39,142

39,224 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 108
August 2019 38
July 2019 141
June 2019 72
May 2019 740
April 2019 2,677
March 2019 126
January 2019 259
December 2018 75
November 2018 1,174
October 2018 1,183
September 2018 298
August 2018 411
July 2018 33
June 2018 100
May 2018 24
March 2018 1
February 2018 22
November 2017 37
September 2017 48
August 2017 90
July 2017 3
May 2017 247
April 2017 703
March 2017 3,056
February 2017 5,551
January 2017 1,964
December 2016 2,328
September 2016 21
August 2016 239
July 2016 805
June 2016 1,456
May 2016 579
April 2016 47
March 2016 127
February 2016 114
January 2016 227
December 2015 42
November 2015 667
October 2015 920
September 2015 493
August 2015 641
July 2015 579
June 2015 235
May 2015 1,167
April 2015 1,343
March 2015 202
February 2015 481
January 2015 805
December 2014 383
November 2014 98
October 2014 102
September 2014 371
August 2014 453
July 2014 186
June 2014 229
May 2014 169
April 2014 202
March 2014 46
February 2014 52
January 2014 112
December 2013 6
November 2013 531
October 2013 427
September 2013 146
August 2013 139
July 2013 58
June 2013 26
May 2013 39
April 2013 28
March 2013 105
February 2013 8
December 2012 4
November 2012 40
October 2012 18
September 2012 107
August 2012 401
July 2012 82
June 2012 70
May 2012 1
April 2012 64
March 2012 169
February 2012 111
January 2012 26
December 2011 82
November 2011 25
October 2011 256
August 2011 29
July 2011 501
June 2011 189
May 2011 371
December 2010 27
September 2010 36

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,945
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,006
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,243
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,899
...
1039 jbaird 39,279
1040 RichieGorrell 39,264
1041 dobbo1 39,212
1042 KenShiels 39,151
1043 Carellbell 39,142
1044 GrahamWall 39,138

39,151 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2019 108
August 2019 38
July 2019 141
June 2019 72
May 2019 740
April 2019 2,677
March 2019 126
January 2019 259
December 2018 75
November 2018 1,174
October 2018 1,157
September 2018 298
August 2018 411
July 2018 33
June 2018 100
May 2018 24
March 2018 1
February 2018 22
November 2017 37
September 2017 48
August 2017 90
July 2017 3
May 2017 247
April 2017 703
March 2017 3,056
February 2017 5,538
January 2017 1,964
December 2016 2,300
September 2016 21
August 2016 235
July 2016 805
June 2016 1,454
May 2016 579
April 2016 47
March 2016 127
February 2016 114
January 2016 227
December 2015 42
November 2015 667
October 2015 920
September 2015 493
August 2015 641
July 2015 579
June 2015 235
May 2015 1,167
April 2015 1,343
March 2015 202
February 2015 481
January 2015 805
December 2014 383
November 2014 98
October 2014 102
September 2014 371
August 2014 453
July 2014 186
June 2014 229
May 2014 169
April 2014 202
March 2014 46
February 2014 52
January 2014 112
December 2013 6
November 2013 531
October 2013 427
September 2013 146
August 2013 139
July 2013 58
June 2013 26
May 2013 39
April 2013 28
March 2013 105
February 2013 8
December 2012 4
November 2012 40
October 2012 18
September 2012 107
August 2012 401
July 2012 82
June 2012 70
May 2012 1
April 2012 64
March 2012 169
February 2012 111
January 2012 26
December 2011 82
November 2011 25
October 2011 256
August 2011 29
July 2011 501
June 2011 189
May 2011 371
December 2010 27
September 2010 36

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,450
2 PhilThomas 128,792
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
492 bwoodorth 73
493 Carolynt153 73
494 jpalmer 73
495 kenshiels 73
496 murrayconnor 73
497 ontymay 73

73 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2018 26
February 2017 13
December 2016 28
August 2016 4
June 2016 2


Recent corrections

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. Musical Recital. (Article), The Henty Observer and Culcairn Shire Register (NSW : 1914 - 1950), Friday 24 November 1916 [Issue No.942] page 2 2019-09-25 07:48 Exemption Court* Off.
Wfaec the P.M., Mr. Helm, came
military exemptions, be was met with
a tsisgrsin from tbe military regis
trar At Junee, inetruotiDg btm to im
Exemption Courts Off.
When the P.M., Mr. Helm, came
military exemptions, he was met with
a telegram from tbe military registrar
at Junee, inetruotiDg btm to im
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 26TH MAY, 1899. (Before Mr P. J. Dwyer, P.M. BREECHES OF FOREST REGULATIONS. (Article), The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser (Heathcote, Vic. : 1863 - 1918), Thursday 1 June 1899 [Issue No.2001] page 2 2019-09-20 11:31 fallowed, her mother to milk, reserving
allowed, her mother to milk, reserving
Returned Soldiers' League PRESENTATIONS TO MEN ENLISTING PATRIOTIC FUND COMMITTEE TO BE FORMED (Article), The Henty Observer and Culcairn Shire Register (NSW : 1914 - 1950), Friday 19 January 1940 [Issue No.77] page 4 2019-09-14 10:35 It was decided that in future the ™
It was decided that in future the
SOCIAL CIRCLE PERSONAL PARS (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 7 June 1923 [Issue No.1621] page 7 2019-09-10 21:01 brown cashmere-de-.Kol.:. with tuiiKerlne,
and hat to mutch.
Tho breakfast wan held at Way's. Ltd..
Xuwi-astle. Alter the usual tousts w:re
honored the bridal couple left for Mel
bourne, win-re Ihe honejinoiin Is being
suit of navy blue scree, and hut to
mutch.
brown cashmere-de-soie, with tangerine
and hat to match.
The breakfast was held at Way's. Ltd..
Newcastle. After the usual toasts were
Melbourne, where the honeymoon is being
suit of navy blue scree, and hat to
match.
SOCIAL CIRCLE PERSONAL PARS (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 7 June 1923 [Issue No.1621] page 7 2019-09-10 18:02 of England. WU-klmm. ltev. Uurkitt olli
clatod.
? The bride wii.h Riven nwuy by her father,
and wore a b-'Wii of ivory cnslinicru.de
wle and radium luce. The court truin
was embroidered wl'.h pearls In true
lovers' knot, and veilod In uink ceor
Ki'tto. She won- n wreath and veil, and
?arrled a boiuiuet of rose.i ami caniitloiin.
the (,-Kt of the brideKotun. There were
two bridesmaids, Mli-ses Miivis Porter, of
Cnmden, and Joyce ltitchie, of Went
worth Falls; they wore divKsts of i-ale
pink and pale blue -.-re|n--de-chin« res
puctlvtly. trimmed with ribbon and silver
wreath of silver leaves, and carried bas.
kets of roses and nwoct pwis. The ror
mer wore ii gold buiiKle and the latter a
gold signet. rhiB. Kifts of Ihe bridesrooin.
The bridesr.'imi wn« attended by Mr.
The bride's mother's dress was ot
brown cashmere-de.Kol.:. with tuiiKerlne,
of England. Wickham. Rev Burkitt
officiated.
The bride was given away by her father,
and wore a gown of Ivory Cashmere-de sole
and radium lace. The court train
was embroidered with pearls in true
lovers' knot, and veiled In pink georgette.
She wore a wreath and veil, and
carrled a bouquet of roses and carnations,
the gift of the bridegroom. There were
two bridesmaids, Misses Mavis Porter, of
Camden, and Joyce Ritchie, of Wentworth
Falls; they wore dresses of pale
pink and pale blue crepe-de-chine
respectively, trimmed with ribbon and silver
of roses and sweet peas. The former
wore a gold bangle and the latter a
gold signet ring, gifts of the bridesgroom.
The bridegroom was attended by Mr.
The bride's mother's dress was of
brown cashmere-de-.Kol.:. with tuiiKerlne,
SOCIAL CIRCLE PERSONAL PARS (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Thursday 7 June 1923 [Issue No.1621] page 7 2019-09-10 17:22 The niurrl«Ke of Myrtle Winifred, only
daughter of Servant »»cl Mrs. Jumes
Prior, of 'Dnlkellh.' Cnrrlngton, to Wll
llum David, eldest son of Mr. und Mrs.
D. Sullivan, of liutheislt.ii, Victoria, was
of EiiKluud. WU-klmm. ltev. Uurkitt olli
The marriage of Myrtle Winifred, only
daughter of Sergeant and Mrs. James
Prior, of "Dalkeith" Carrlngton, to William
David, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
D. Sullivan, of Rutherglen, Victoria, was
of England. WU-klmm. ltev. Uurkitt olli
SAUNDERS OF IVOR STREET (Article), The Henty Observer and Culcairn Shire Register (NSW : 1914 - 1950), Friday 15 December 1933 [Issue No.14] page 3 2019-09-04 20:07 s —
SAUNDERS OF IVOR STREET -
This busy little grocery store xjuite
recently opened by Mr. Gordon Saun
9ers is fully stocked with s everything
ihatjroes to jnakesUp &ie'€3}risbnas
eordwlB,viiuis^figs, ^nd^jcakes^of ^a^l

SAUNDERS OF IVOR STREET -
This busy little grocery store quite
recently opened by Mr. Gordon Saunders
is fully stocked with everything
that goes to make up Christmas
dinner, including hams, condiments,
cordials, nuts, figs and cakes of all
Orders will be taken and
delivered anywhere.
FIRE! Messrs. G. V. Saunders' Store Destroyed. (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Tuesday 2 February 1926 [Issue No.9600] page 2 2019-09-04 19:43 »,: ? „.„.» .(tiiatBri at the intersec
House store, situated»,: ? „.„.» .(tiiatBri at the intersec
ALLEGED FORGERY AND UTTERING. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. (Article), Wagga Wagga Express (NSW : 1879 - 1917), Tuesday 16 February 1909 [Issue No.8707] page 4 2019-09-03 06:14 O. O. Rossiler, ledger keeper in tho
cashed by his bank on the 23rd Janu
ary. Thrro was an account in tho
bank of ono L. H. Kohlhagen and tho
James K. O'KaiMy, a storekeeper in
Filzmaurico-street, Wagga, gave evidence
of 22n(i January, and made purchases of
drapery to tint extant of £12. tendering in
he was working f.ir Mr. Kohlhagen. I
town who knew thn cheque. Subse
2uently I took it to the bank, but when
returned the accused had gouo. Hud
goods and the chnuge On the following
morning I preheated the cheque, and it
Hia Worship : I suppose you were not
eorry ho had not waited for the goods
was sorry he had not waited, for 1 lost
a sale. Ths bank would have had to
Ohas. 0. Bosaiter, ledger-keeper at tho
similar evidence us previously regarding
the cheque produced, and tbe bank ac
count of Mr. L. H. Eohlhagen.
L. H. Eohlhagen identified the second
The cheque produced was, he said, n
C. O. Rossiter, ledger keeper in tho
There was an account in the
bank of one L. H. Kohlhagen and the
James K. O'Reilly, a storekeeper in
Filzmaurice Street, Wagga, gave evidence
of 22nd January, and made purchases of
drapery to the extant of £12, tendering in
he was working for Mr. Kohlhagen. I
town who knew the cheque.
Subsequently I took it to the bank, but when
returned the accused had gone. Had
goods and the change On the following
morning I presented the cheque, and it
His Worship: I suppose you were not
sorry he had not waited for the goods
was sorry he had not waited, for I lost
a sale. The bank would have had to
Chas. O. Rossiter, ledger-keeper at the
similar evidence as previously regarding
the cheque produced, and the bank
account of Mr. L. H. Kohlhagen.
L. H. Kohlhagen identified the second
The cheque produced was, he said, no
Advertising (Advertising), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Friday 19 March 1926 [Issue No.14,438] page 12 2019-09-02 16:16 recreation, and town-planning. Mr. Cbatlos
recreation, and town-planning. Mr. Charles

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