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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,860,715
2 noelwoodhouse 3,929,450
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,410
5 Rhonda.M 3,209,187
...
531 Mirrabooka8 90,991
532 wushie27 90,966
533 alifpenun 90,939
534 kwikfox 90,908
535 michele 90,768
536 Davekle 90,589

90,908 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 270
November 2019 85
October 2019 48
August 2019 141
June 2019 344
May 2019 238
April 2019 121
March 2019 154
February 2019 279
January 2019 1,317
December 2018 1,020
November 2018 1,983
October 2018 1,279
September 2018 207
August 2018 155
July 2018 97
June 2018 1,252
May 2018 206
April 2018 84
March 2018 1,934
February 2018 2,011
January 2018 82
November 2017 2
October 2017 778
August 2017 215
July 2017 2,485
June 2017 4,019
May 2017 5,099
April 2017 1,083
March 2017 635
February 2017 99
December 2016 239
November 2016 35
May 2016 1,319
January 2016 114
December 2015 138
November 2015 388
October 2015 1,044
September 2015 1,585
August 2015 1,747
July 2015 1,119
June 2015 601
May 2015 430
April 2015 218
March 2015 424
February 2015 1,062
January 2015 253
December 2014 1,647
November 2014 410
October 2014 93
July 2014 594
June 2014 1,750
May 2014 714
April 2014 227
March 2014 222
February 2014 906
January 2014 482
December 2013 42
November 2013 39
October 2013 250
September 2013 978
August 2013 1,499
July 2013 3,689
June 2013 607
May 2013 157
April 2013 198
March 2013 291
February 2013 904
January 2013 131
December 2012 9
September 2012 15
August 2012 33
July 2012 355
June 2012 487
May 2012 155
April 2012 2,757
March 2012 1,090
December 2011 289
November 2011 275
October 2011 378
September 2011 1,446
August 2011 1,001
July 2011 950
June 2011 1,125
May 2011 1,517
April 2011 2,087
March 2011 1,019
February 2011 1,014
January 2011 1,470
December 2010 2,513
November 2010 2,264
October 2010 1,718
September 2010 20
August 2010 271
July 2010 1,549
June 2010 2,605
May 2010 3,427
April 2010 2,025
March 2010 754
February 2010 339
January 2010 677
December 2009 5
November 2009 15
October 2009 15
July 2009 7
June 2009 52
May 2009 912

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,860,513
2 noelwoodhouse 3,929,450
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,389
5 Rhonda.M 3,209,174
...
530 Mirrabooka8 90,991
531 alifpenun 90,939
532 wushie27 90,838
533 kwikfox 90,823
534 michele 90,768
535 Davekle 90,573

90,823 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 246
November 2019 85
October 2019 48
August 2019 141
June 2019 344
May 2019 238
April 2019 121
March 2019 154
February 2019 279
January 2019 1,317
December 2018 1,020
November 2018 1,983
October 2018 1,262
September 2018 207
August 2018 150
July 2018 97
June 2018 1,252
May 2018 206
April 2018 84
March 2018 1,934
February 2018 1,994
January 2018 82
November 2017 2
October 2017 778
August 2017 215
July 2017 2,485
June 2017 4,000
May 2017 5,099
April 2017 1,083
March 2017 635
February 2017 99
December 2016 239
November 2016 35
May 2016 1,316
January 2016 114
December 2015 138
November 2015 388
October 2015 1,044
September 2015 1,585
August 2015 1,747
July 2015 1,119
June 2015 601
May 2015 430
April 2015 218
March 2015 424
February 2015 1,062
January 2015 253
December 2014 1,647
November 2014 410
October 2014 93
July 2014 594
June 2014 1,750
May 2014 714
April 2014 227
March 2014 222
February 2014 906
January 2014 482
December 2013 42
November 2013 39
October 2013 250
September 2013 978
August 2013 1,499
July 2013 3,689
June 2013 607
May 2013 157
April 2013 198
March 2013 291
February 2013 904
January 2013 131
December 2012 9
September 2012 15
August 2012 33
July 2012 355
June 2012 487
May 2012 155
April 2012 2,757
March 2012 1,090
December 2011 289
November 2011 275
October 2011 378
September 2011 1,446
August 2011 1,001
July 2011 950
June 2011 1,125
May 2011 1,517
April 2011 2,087
March 2011 1,019
February 2011 1,014
January 2011 1,470
December 2010 2,513
November 2010 2,264
October 2010 1,718
September 2010 20
August 2010 271
July 2010 1,549
June 2010 2,605
May 2010 3,427
April 2010 2,025
March 2010 754
February 2010 339
January 2010 677
December 2009 5
November 2009 15
October 2009 15
July 2009 7
June 2009 52
May 2009 912

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 137,757
3 mickbrook 113,428
4 GeoffMMutton 78,023
5 murds5 61,555
...
439 amc500 85
440 ccol2621 85
441 KDonaldson 85
442 kwikfox 85
443 MollyOscar 85
444 traveller 85

85 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 24
October 2018 17
August 2018 5
February 2018 17
June 2017 19
May 2016 3


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Appeal by Dismissed Railwayman Upheld (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Thursday 23 June 1949 [Issue No.19,493] page 7 2019-12-12 16:48 Appeal by Disnissed
Railwaymnan Upheld:
Norman Harold Oliver Drew against his dismissal i
from the service following an alleged betting trans- U
action at the workshops on April 13. Hearing of ,
an appeal by Alan William Brown. and decision on -
an appeal by Robert Edgar Grewar were adjourned 'I
The board, whieh vumplrised
Messrs. J. H.l Moore, S.M.
(Chairmanl, D. Boyle (de
partolmetall representative,
alnd T. lallon (cmployeCs' re
Iresentallve), oas unanimflls
Appeal by Dismissed
Railwayman Upheld
Norman Harold Oliver Drew against his dismissal
from the service following an alleged betting trans-
action at the workshops on April 13. Hearing of
an appeal by Alan William Brown, and decision on
an appeal by Robert Edgar Grewar were adjourned
The board, which comprised
Messrs. J. H. Moore, S.M.
(Chairman), D. Boyle (de-
partmental representative,
and T. Fallon (employees' re-
resentative), was unanimous
Obituary MRS. E. ANDERSON (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Thursday 23 June 1949 [Issue No.19,493] page 7 2019-12-12 15:54 4 1921. One son James paid
4, 1921. One son James paid
Obituary MRS. E. ANDERSON (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Thursday 23 June 1949 [Issue No.19,493] page 7 2019-12-12 15:50 sen., who were amongst the dis
trict's earliest pioneers. Her
hel mother, formerly Miss
he marriage she want to Sandy
conducted a dairy farm there
Mr Anderson died on August
lon): Meodames S. S. Morris
(Mt. Hallon) C. Goebel
(Coomninya), and W. Vine
to Lowood Cemetery.
sen., who were amongst the dis-
trict's earliest pioneers. Her
her mother, formerly Miss
[t]he marriage she went to Sandy
conducted a dairy farm there.
Mr. Anderson died on August
lon); Mesdames S. S. Morris
(Mt. Hallon), C. Goebel
(Coominya), and W. Vine
to the Lowood Cemetery.
WIVENHOE. (Article), Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), Thursday 25 July 1889 [Issue No.4230] page 5 2019-12-12 13:57 corn. The real amount of loss sustained can
not yet be known, for it is impossible to get on
swamped. Mr Reid, of Church Villa, had a
Church. Mrs Ferguson and her daughter,
night to higher ground, at M'Intosh's cottage.
home on the hill. Mr Peter Thompson sought
hay-loft, while Mrs Thompson took shelter in
solitary and inclement bush. Mr Murphy
Mr McDonald and his family were in a very
corn. The real amount of loss sustained can-
not yet be known, for it is impossible to get on
swamped. Mr. Reid, of Church Villa, had a
Church. Mrs. Ferguson and her daughter,
night to higher ground, at McIntosh's cottage.
home on the hill. Mr. Peter Thompson sought
hay-loft, while Mrs. Thompson took shelter in
solitary and inclement bush. Mr. Murphy
Mr. McDonald and his family were in a very
WIVENHOE. (Article), Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), Thursday 25 July 1889 [Issue No.4230] page 5 2019-12-12 13:53 a splendid prospect being presented from Mr
residence of Mr McDonald (looking towards
from Mr Donald's property a sea of water
a bag, containing some kind of powder, which
tion, as Mr C. Taylor of that place, lost about
the Brisbane River, the house occupied by Mr
Mr Boyce resides. So far as can be ascer-
flood entirely surrounds as barring one point
to the land, most of the planes being still
a splendid prospect being presented from Mr.
residence of Mr. McDonald (looking towards
from Mr. Donald's property a sea of water
a box, containing some kind of powder, which
tion, as Mr. C. Taylor of that place, lost about
the Brisbane River, the house occupied by Mr.
Mr. Boyce resides. So far as can be ascer-
flood entirely surrounds us barring one point
to the land, most of the places being still
WIVENHOE. (Article), Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), Thursday 25 July 1889 [Issue No.4230] page 5 2019-12-12 13:47 to recede it attained a hight of 70ft. above the
ordinary level. Mr J. Reid's house, which is
water came up as high as Mr Reid's steps, and
Mr Henderson, sen's. house was completely
6ft of Mr Jas. Donald's residence-in fact, it
Mr Peter Thomson's was almost completely
pocket" were considerable. Mr Jas. Donald's
bony bream being the principal variety. Mr
being now rendered futile. Mr John Reid is
have been destroyed. Mr J. Henderson's
extent by the floods as is Mr J. M'Donald,
ever the field. He also had a few very large
subsided, had become very hot-in fact, some
preprietor and some of his kind friends, ob-
serving the last to work to scatter the hay
Mr. M'Donald also lost a large quantity of
pumpkins and other produooe, and it is
through the waters. Mr P. Shine, whose
farm adjoins that of Mr. M'Donald, has also
was 20ft. of water on Mr Shine's cultivation,
destroyed, Mr Shine will be a loser to the ex-
tained will only amount to £50 or £60. Mr
was under water. Mr D. Anderson lost a lot
about that part. Mr Anderson's house is said
events, entirely surrounded. Mr Smith's
and the family had to evacuate; while Mr F
pines large portions of the land having
place near the spot where is situated Mr
to recede it attained a h[e]ight of 70ft. above the
ordinary level. Mr. J. Reid's house, which is
water came up as high as Mr. Reid's steps, and
Mr. Henderson, sen's. house was completely
6ft. of Mr. Jas. Donald's residence—in fact, it
Mr. Peter Thomson's was almost completely
pocket" were considerable. Mr. Jas. Donald's
bony bream being the principal variety. Mr.
being now rendered futile. Mr. John Reid is
have been destroyed. Mr. J. Henderson's
extent by the floods as is Mr. J. McDonald,
over the field. He also had a few very large
subsided, had become very hot—in fact, some
proprietor and some of his kind friends, ob-
serving this, set to work to scatter the hay
Mr. McDonald also lost a large quantity of
pumpkins and other produce, and it is
through the waters. Mr. D. Shine, whose
farm adjoins that of Mr. McDonald, has also
was 20ft. of water on Mr. Shine's cultivation,
destroyed, Mr. Shine will be a loser to the ex-
tained will only amount to £50 or £60. Mr.
was under water. Mr. D. Anderson lost a lot
about that part. Mr. Anderson's house is said
events, entirely surrounded. Mr. Smith's
and the family had to evacuate; while Mr. F.
places large portions of the land having
place near the spot where is situated Mr.
WIVENHOE. July 22. (Article), Logan Witness (Beenleigh, Qld. : 1878 - 1893), Saturday 27 July 1889 [Issue No.592] page 3 2019-12-12 08:50 WIVENHOE. '
fTOOM OOE OWN OoRKESPOKDENT.]
the recollection of the' oldest settlers has
and Stanley and Lockyor Creek met, and
corn, and ot'.ier wreckage. Horses and
for him a noighbor launched a raft and
rescued him from the table top 'on which he
bad taken refuge. Mr. Peter Thompson's
beautiful garden was completely Bwntnped,
had barely time to secure some of his furni
ture and Bee to a liay-Ioft where he and his
son aud servants were prisoners. Mrs
bush, where she hod to pass the inclement
night. Hr. Reid, of Church Villa, and his
Ferguson and daughter had to flee at mid
night, her suns carrying them bodily
-waists. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson had to
abandun their cottage for higher land. Mr.
Anderson aud fnraily, from Echo Bank,
wore completely flooded out of their newly
beyond the flood-mark were Captain Ver
non's, Mr. John Bulden's, Mr. Rollaston's,
? inhabitants.
The lost in horses and cattle cannot be
ready . to stack were swept and whirled
pumpkins wore' carried away, besides pigs
and altli'Migh itcleared Up 'on Sunday, rain
is still falling to-day.' This is the Bret mail
since Thursday last. ,
Mqroolpoa'snud. This time it is no
Morthern' niiirdor by blacks. The Club
^House CiganUias killed all its rivals dead,
WIVENHOE.
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
the recollection of the oldest settlers has
and Stanley and Lockyer Creek met, and
corn, and other wreckage. Horses and
for him a neighbor launched a raft and
rescued him from the table top on which he
had taken refuge. Mr. Peter Thompson's
beautiful garden was completely swamped,
had barely time to secure some of his furni-
ture and flee to a hay-Ioft where he and his
son and servants were prisoners. Mrs
bush, where she had to pass the inclement
night. Mr. Reid, of Church Villa, and his
Ferguson and daughter had to flee at mid-
night, her sons carrying them bodily
waists. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson had to
abandon their cottage for higher land. Mr.
Anderson and family, from Echo Bank,
were completely flooded out of their newly-
beyond the flood-mark were Captain Ver-
non's, Mr. John Bolden's, Mr. Rollaston's,
inhabitants.
The loss in horses and cattle cannot be
ready to stack were swept and whirled
pumpkins were carried away, besides pigs
and although it cleared up on Sunday, rain
is still falling to-day. This is the first mail
since Thursday last.
More bloodshed. This time it is no
Northern murder by blacks. The Club
House Cigars has killed all its rivals dead,
Wivenhoe. June 11. (Article), The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934), Saturday 16 June 1888 [Issue No.652] page 26 2019-12-12 08:36 IuraovzatENTs arc springing up amongst us
gates have already been erected there by Con
tractor Donald, an old resident of tho Pocket.
I saw also as I passed tho State school some
school-house, which presented a very neat ap
for I counted SS or S9 children hard at drill at
Anderson on Echo Bank. ^Timber-getting
seems to be on the increase in the neighbour
been greatly exercising tho local mind there far
startling disclosures axe likely to follow, not
only in that case, bat some others also in the
June 11.
IMPROVEMENTS are springing up amongst us
gates have already been erected there by Con-
tractor Donald, an old resident of the Pocket.
I saw also as I passed the State school some
school-house, which presented a very neat ap-
for I counted 38 or 39 children hard at drill at
Anderson on Echo Bank. Timber-getting
seems to be on the increase in the neighbour-
been greatly exercising the local mind there far
startling disclosures are likely to follow, not
only in that case, but some others also in the
MORETON BAY. (Article), The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List (NSW : 1844 - 1860), Monday 28 August 1854 [Issue No.539] page 163 2019-12-11 15:47 to 25th. Her greatest week's run was as follows :—July 24 to 23,
miles ; 28 to 29, 285 miles ; 29 to 30, 285 miles ; 30 to 31, 271 miles ; ;
to 25th. Her greatest week's run was as follows :—July 24 to 25,
miles ; 28 to 29, 285 miles ; 29 to 30, 285 miles ; 30 to 31, 271 miles ;
PERSONAL. (Article), The Tamworth Daily Observer (NSW : 1910 - 1916), Wednesday 30 August 1911 [Issue No.207] page 2 2019-12-10 12:56 A who from Sydney states that Canon
Kov>-, Victoria, has been elected Bishop of
Buthurst.
aged 14 years. The funeral, carried-out by
At Bendemeor on Friday last, the dentil
occurred of llr. Edward Leidrciter, aged
So years. The funeral tool: place at Ben
demeor, on Sunday, the service lieing con
ducted by Mr. J. ihiinec. Callcott and Co
had charge of the. funeral arrangements.
A wire from Sydney states that Canon
Kew, Victoria, has been elected Bishop of
Bathurst.
aged 14 years. The funeral, carried out by
At Bendemeer on Friday last, the death
occurred of Mr. Edward Leidreiter, aged
85 years. The funeral took place at Ben-
demeer, on Sunday, the service being con-
ducted by Mr. J. Haines. Callcott and Co.
had charge of the funeral arrangements.

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