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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,017,139
2 noelwoodhouse 4,003,809
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,524
4 DonnaTelfer 3,472,680
5 Rhonda.M 3,435,473
...
3008 infofamily 9,352
3009 kazlyn 9,351
3010 ChrisBryce 9,349
3011 kjv36 9,339
3012 Michael 9,337
3013 Alox 9,334

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March 2020 95
February 2020 492
January 2020 2
September 2019 16
August 2019 5
July 2019 2
September 2018 4
March 2018 38
February 2018 8
January 2018 37
December 2017 2
November 2017 18
October 2017 152
September 2017 18
August 2017 7
March 2016 40
May 2015 19
April 2015 132
March 2015 14
February 2015 67
January 2015 60
December 2014 4
November 2014 115
October 2014 41
August 2014 33
July 2014 144
June 2014 109
April 2014 28
March 2014 87
February 2014 292
January 2014 281
December 2013 143
November 2013 447
October 2013 6
August 2013 6
July 2013 151
June 2013 46
May 2013 97
April 2013 34
March 2013 8
November 2012 101
October 2012 15
September 2012 17
June 2012 62
May 2012 130
March 2012 138
February 2012 338
January 2012 56
December 2011 159
November 2011 225
September 2011 219
July 2011 13
June 2011 44
May 2011 31
April 2011 262
March 2011 2
February 2011 241
January 2011 55
December 2010 142
November 2010 1,646
October 2010 193
September 2010 146
June 2010 27
May 2010 414
February 2010 8
January 2010 91
August 2009 444
July 2009 361
June 2009 9
January 2009 6
December 2008 387
November 2008 57

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,016,937
2 noelwoodhouse 4,003,809
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,395
4 DonnaTelfer 3,472,654
5 Rhonda.M 3,435,460
...
2998 kazlyn 9,351
2999 ChrisBryce 9,349
3000 marhleet 9,344
3001 kjv36 9,339
3002 Alox 9,334
3003 Michael 9,324

9,339 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2020 95
February 2020 492
January 2020 2
September 2019 16
August 2019 5
July 2019 2
September 2018 4
March 2018 38
February 2018 8
January 2018 37
December 2017 2
November 2017 18
October 2017 152
September 2017 18
August 2017 7
March 2016 40
May 2015 19
April 2015 132
March 2015 14
February 2015 67
January 2015 60
December 2014 4
November 2014 115
October 2014 41
August 2014 33
July 2014 144
June 2014 109
April 2014 28
March 2014 87
February 2014 292
January 2014 281
December 2013 143
November 2013 447
October 2013 6
August 2013 6
July 2013 151
June 2013 46
May 2013 97
April 2013 34
March 2013 8
November 2012 101
October 2012 15
September 2012 17
June 2012 62
May 2012 130
March 2012 138
February 2012 338
January 2012 56
December 2011 159
November 2011 225
September 2011 219
July 2011 13
June 2011 44
May 2011 31
April 2011 262
March 2011 2
February 2011 241
January 2011 55
December 2010 142
November 2010 1,646
October 2010 193
September 2010 146
June 2010 27
May 2010 414
February 2010 8
January 2010 91
August 2009 444
July 2009 361
June 2009 9
January 2009 6
December 2008 387
November 2008 57

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 14 May 1923 [Issue No.20,376] page 6 2020-03-31 18:07 Mossgrove-road, off Ipswich road, THIS (Mon
HALLIGAN-The Friend« of Mr and Mrs. G
Famm Mr ind Mrs BLACK and Miss K
Helmood (Wallangarra) aro respectfully n
vrted to nttcnt the Funeral of their deceas i
Sister Sister In law aril Aunt (Mrs. Catherine
A. Halligan) to mo\e front her late residcicc
Mo-sgrove street off Ipswich road THIS (Mon
da\) \F11HNOON at 3 oclock, to the Too
Mossgrove road, off Ipswich road, THIS (Mon
HALLIGAN-The Friend of Mr and Mrs. G
Fam Mr ind Mrs BLACK and Miss K
Helmood (Wallangarra) aro respectfully in
vited to attend the Funeral of their deceased
Sister, Sister In law and Aunt (Mrs. Catherine
A. Halligan) to move front her late residence
Mossgrove street, off Ipswich road THIS (Monn
day) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, to the Too
SUBURBAN THEFTS Man Sent to Gaol Goods Valued at £104 Involved (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Wednesday 7 September 1932 page 2 2020-03-11 19:43 Sfi. 1!5S?d, Hlnefi: (2) clothing and
Wilfred Hines (2) clothing and
FISHING LARGE PARROT AT AMITY Sea Bream Plentiful (Article), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Tuesday 6 June 1939 [Issue No.2709] page 20 2020-03-11 18:46 100 sea bream weighing 881b. a! K.i
from 1lb. to 2lb. in about three hour.s,
100 sea bream weighing 881b. a! Kal-
from 1lb. to 2lb. in about three hours,
FISHING LARGE PARROT AT AMITY Sea Bream Plentiful (Article), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Tuesday 6 June 1939 [Issue No.2709] page 20 2020-03-11 18:44 At Caloundra Frank Cony .-uiii
party creeled 150 sea bream at ni^hi
from lib. to 21b. in about three hour.s,
at Peel Island, landed a nice caleh oi
squire and emperor to 41b. on Sun
day, one catch of 12 weighing 2.r-lb.,
and members of the party won
fish averaging nearly lib.
At Caloundra Frank Conrry and a
party creeled 150 sea bream at night
from 1lb. to 2lb. in about three hour.s,
at Peel Island, landed a nice cash of
squire and emperor to 4lb. on Sun
day, one catch of 12 weighing 25lb.,
and members of the party were
fish averaging nearly 1lb.
FISHING North Coast Angling Impoves (Article), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Tuesday 17 December 1940 [Issue No.2789] page 14 2020-03-11 03:56 North Coast angling is .definitely on the
improve and catches at Tcwantin, Mooloo
Labah, and as far as Maryborough-4«-M--
cent times have been better than Tor many
months ? '? ? ^ ? = ? — =^=^
Local spots, while in many resiiecia
Sating, except at Peel Island, where some
One catches of big parrot have been made;
Martin Kennedy, popular 'comp. room
nual vacation, fully armed to handle ^ny
'biS ttead'aVe reported from this spot.
North Coast angling is definitely on the
improve and catches at Tewantin, Mooloolaba-
Labah, and as far as Maryborough in re-
cent times have been better than for many
months.
Local spots, while in many respects
Exciting, except at Peel Island, where some
fine catches of big parrot have been made;
Martin Kennedy, popular 'comp’ room
nual vacation, fully armed to handle any
thing piscatorial. Big flathead are reported from this spot.
Fist-Fighters and Gun-Fighters Boxers Who Shine in the Hempen Square Also Box-on in the Big Scrap (Article), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 27 July 1942 [Issue No.2873] page 5 2020-03-10 22:57 vh *** SSr1 V r* * W' ' TBeWMI^ — — - ? ?— ? . ? ;
:- Afc^l^m M the ^^^j^ *
Australian iwxeTarhpre «ns*ered tke «alH»-arms a* »n?»rtly
as though Jit was the timekeeper's gong. l]bty ar^ now iewaOnfr
to ^aght with Uyonete ins^Tof i-oxlnl glovte. A man who has
been In close touch with the gatte for »any --e»ra told 'The
Worker' that' at least-:?0 ^»e? cent of Australia^ 4»oxers«are now
in one or other of 4he services. Alnpng them are * lot of cham
pions, near»cnantpions, and o-*er top-notehem.
Wai; (former welter chahipion)
war-!-rWave in the A.LF. and
Wai. in the R.A.A.F. *
I Joe Hall (ex-holder of Australian
feather and lightweight titles),
of many: ?
B. Quiiilan, the president of the
weight and ..won a big .tourna
the- Australian troops .were
camped .there.' - Unfortunately * J:
B. Quinlan ended his boxing .aaysj
When he lost his . left arm at
Fist-Fighters and Gun-Fighters
Boxers Who Shine in the Hempen Square, Also Box-on in the Big Scrap
Australian boxers have answered the call to arms as smartly
as though it was the timekeeper's gong. They are now learning
to fight with bayonets instead of boxing gloves. A man who has
been In close touch with the game for many years told "The
Worker' that at least 70 per cent of Australia's boxers are now
in one or other of the services. Among them are a lot of cham-
pions, near champions, and other top-notchers.
Wal, (former welter champion)
war. Wave in the A.I.F. and
Wai. in the R.A.A.F.
Joe Hall (ex-holder of Australian
feather and lightweight titles),
of many.
B. Quinlan, the president of the
weight and won a big tourna-
the Australian troops were
camped there. Unfortunately J
B. Quinlan ended his boxing days
When he lost his left arm at
Advertising (Advertising), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 7 February 1944 [Issue No.2953] page 12 2020-03-10 22:45 Printed and Published *m The Worker :
Newspaper Pty. Ltd* ' by Martin .
William Kennedy, of EJtmoutb Street,'
Tooffltnf , Brlsbara, at -unttan Home, '
tSS-MM Elizabeth Strswt. BrfibtnM
Printed and Published for The Worker
Newspaper Pty. Ltd by Martin .
William Kennedy, of Exmouth Street,
Toowong, Brisbane, at Dunstan House
236-238 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
Advertising (Advertising), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 24 July 1944 [Issue No.5977] page 16 2020-03-10 22:39 Tinted «DC Published ?«! the; Worker
lewtpapet Pty. Ltd, t»y Martin
William Kennedy, ot Fxmoutb Street
t'vowong, Brisbane, st )un-t8D House. I
£6-238 Elizabeth Strts.t. B r : e b ? c e I
Sii-fevv!«ii!-,..i'.-. -i ...
Printed and Published for The Worker
Newspaper Pty. Ltd. by Martin
William Kennedy, of Exmouth Street
Toowong, Brisbane, at Duncan House.
226-238 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane

Fist-Fighters and Gun-Fighters Boxers Who Shine in the Hempen Square Also Box-on in the Big Scrap (Article), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 27 July 1942 [Issue No.2873] page 5 2020-03-08 22:46 er,' - Martin Kennedy — better
known' *s 'Mat'— who was then
a hardrhitting feather (heriias put
good -scraps during his service
overseas with the A.I.F.' : I
er,' Martin Kennedy — better
known as 'Mat'— who was then
a hardrhitting feather (he has put
good scraps during his service
overseas with the A.I.F.
Presentation to Mr. M. Kennedy (Article), Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 4 September 1944 [Issue No.2983] page 4 2020-03-08 22:42 'The #qrke?' isson&led a few
days.$gV-'&-&y firetfeir to Mr.
ai«r*$iiMisher), 'wlw*fcs taken up
i Mr. Moir said that Mr. Ken
nedy began at 'The Worker' as
a boy and rose to overseer of the
composing room and printer and
publisher during, his 32 years'
service '^vith 'The Worker.' He
left with^the best wishes of the
Othera: supported Mr. Moirs
remarkisV
wrench -lio leave old associations
after s*£|hahy- years, but he was
'bettering* himself, and that made
!his departure easier.- He thanked
staffs for the present,
j ? ?
'The Worker’ assembled a few
days ago to say farewell to Mr
and publisher) who has taken up
Mr Kennedy.
Mr Moir said that Mr Kennedy began
at the ‘Worker’ as a boy and rose to
overseer of the composing room and
printer and publisher during his 32 years
service with the ‘Worker’. He
left with the best wishes of the
Others supported Mr Moir’s
remarks.
wrench to leave old associations
after so many years, but he was
bettering himself, and that made
his departure easier. He thanked
staffs for the present.

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