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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,787,058
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,914
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,226
5 Rhonda.M 3,100,130
...
808 annamareemalmgren 54,242
809 colincaldwell 54,167
810 rjcarter 54,039
811 lebeurde 53,995
812 Midland6 53,751
813 acs65 53,484

53,995 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 254
September 2019 1,777
August 2019 949
July 2019 91
June 2019 28
May 2019 180
April 2019 264
March 2019 135
February 2019 1,670
January 2019 805
December 2018 480
November 2018 867
October 2018 249
September 2018 326
August 2018 1,871
July 2018 4,316
June 2018 5,512
May 2018 1,319
April 2018 327
March 2018 1,249
February 2018 2,682
January 2018 635
December 2017 87
November 2017 482
October 2017 46
September 2017 504
August 2017 886
July 2017 1,168
June 2017 423
May 2017 236
April 2017 244
March 2017 129
February 2017 2,377
January 2017 210
December 2016 112
November 2016 6
October 2016 151
September 2016 195
August 2016 316
July 2016 8,406
June 2016 6,698
May 2016 409
March 2016 762
February 2016 814
January 2016 555
December 2015 1
November 2015 227
October 2015 692
September 2015 110
August 2015 1,763

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,856
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,914
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,205
5 Rhonda.M 3,100,117
...
806 colincaldwell 54,167
807 annamareemalmgren 54,002
808 rjcarter 53,998
809 lebeurde 53,995
810 henrydetjen 53,882
811 Midland6 53,751

53,995 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 254
September 2019 1,777
August 2019 949
July 2019 91
June 2019 28
May 2019 180
April 2019 264
March 2019 135
February 2019 1,670
January 2019 805
December 2018 480
November 2018 867
October 2018 249
September 2018 326
August 2018 1,871
July 2018 4,316
June 2018 5,512
May 2018 1,319
April 2018 327
March 2018 1,249
February 2018 2,682
January 2018 635
December 2017 87
November 2017 482
October 2017 46
September 2017 504
August 2017 886
July 2017 1,168
June 2017 423
May 2017 236
April 2017 244
March 2017 129
February 2017 2,377
January 2017 210
December 2016 112
November 2016 6
October 2016 151
September 2016 195
August 2016 316
July 2016 8,406
June 2016 6,698
May 2016 409
March 2016 762
February 2016 814
January 2016 555
December 2015 1
November 2015 227
October 2015 692
September 2015 110
August 2015 1,763

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Smeaton's Centenary. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 19 April 1938 [Issue No.25897] page 10 2019-10-18 21:40 CRESWICK, Monday.— Dcspile rainy
at' Smcalon on April 15. 103(1. Mrs. iwlt-
charcl, eldest present Bmeaton resident,
Willi KllCW
placed u- wreath on the grave on behalf
ot the. committee. This afternoon in
the historical pageant, wns enacted
scenes of the first settlement, develop
CRESWICK, Monday.— Despite rainy
at Smeaton on April 15, 1838. Mrs. Prlt-
chard, oldest present Smeaton resident,
who knew Captain Hepburn personally,
placed a wreath on the grave on behalf
of the committee. This afternoon in
the historical pageant, was enacted
scenes of the first settlement, develop-
Advertising (Advertising), Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 1 March 1864 [Issue No.1701] page 3 2019-10-16 15:31 THE TA.TOG CHALLENGE CUP,
presented by B. N. Simson. fcsq., value
25 eovs, v.itha sweeps:ake of 2 soys added
I. for all horses the bona fide property from
i the 1st September, 1863, of farmers an (J
residents within ten miles of thoCouta".
. v Two miles. Weight for age. The winner
to hold ihe cup for one year (on giving
satisfactory security,) tabate turned to the
Ktewards.-in order-to be ruu for each yeir
; until r.on three iimesin succession by on
inciividujl, professional riders excluded.
THE TATONG CHALLENGE CUP,
presented by H. N. Simson, Esq., value
25 sovs, with a sweepstake of 2 sovs added
for all horses the bona fide property from
i the 1st September, 1863, of farmers and
residents within ten miles of the Course.
Two miles. Weight for age. The winner
to hold the cup for one year (on giving
satisfactory security,) to be returned to the
Stewards. in order to be run for each year
until won three times in succession by one
individual, professional riders excluded.
No title (Article), The Colonist and Van Diemen's Land Commercial and Agricultural Advertiser (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1832 - 1834), Friday 24 August 1832 [Issue No.8] page 2 2019-10-16 14:46 them, and prevent Mr Frankland and Mr.
Simson from insulting his Majesty's subjects in
them, and prevent Mr FRANKLAND and Mr.
SIMPSON from insulting his Majesty's subjects in
(From the Sydney Gazette.) (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 15 October 1831 [Issue No.208] page 4 2019-10-16 14:45 Dim, at Bath, the Rev, Willum Trail,
LL,D., Chancellpr pf tbe Diocese of Down
and Connor. Df. Trail was chosen Prufei«
sor of M a) hematics in Maréchal CoJle«e,
Aberdeen, by, comparative trial, in 1766* ;
and anmng fy's fellow competitors were Pro-
fessor Playfair apd Dr. Hamilton, both of
ship and left Aberdeen in 1779» obtaining
preferment1^ the Irish Church. His " Elf
menfs of Algebra" have gone through seve-
of Dr. Robert Simson," the celebrated re*
storer of Euc|id, At the time of his death
he was in his 85th year.--Aberdeen CArp
Died, at Bath, the Rev. William Trail,
LL,D., Chancellor of the Diocese of Down
and Connor. Dr. Trail was chosen Profes-
sor of Mathematics in Marischal College,
Aberdeen, by comparative trial, in 1766 ;
and among his fellow competitors were Pro-
fessor Playfair and Dr. Hamilton, both of
ship and left Aberdeen in 1779, obtaining
preferment in the Irish Church. His "Ele-
ments of Algebra" have gone through seve-
of Dr. Robert Simson," the celebrated re-
storer of Euclid. At the time of his death
he was in his 85th year. - Aberdeen Chro-
PORT PHILLIP. (Article), The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840 - 1859), Wednesday 2 January 1850 [Issue No.1538] page 2 2019-10-16 12:57 WE have Melbourne and Geelong papers to llid
2-ilh instant.
Intelligence bad reached Melbourne of the death, nftur
n very brief illne'^% of John Cotton, E>.q., of Doogalook,
Goulburn Ruer. Mr. Colton wns well known as a gen-
WE have Melbourne and Geelong papers to the
24th instant.
Intelligence had reached Melbourne of the death, after
a very brief illness of John Cotton, Esq., of Doogallook,
Goulburn River. Mr. Cotton was well known as a gen-
A GREAT PIONEERING FAMILY TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 6 April 1934 [Issue No.27,342] page 10 2019-10-11 20:43 The first morning about 250 ind the follow-
The first morning about 250 and the follow-
A MAN KILLED IN THE TREASURY GARDENS. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 6 March 1872 [Issue No.5402] page 3 2019-10-09 18:54 scene of a horrible occurrenoe yesterday
in his oompany at the time. The sound of
prjnting office at the time when the shot was
he land the deceased had agreed to die to
shoot him, but could not. Dr. M'Creii, who
same time, removed tho body of the dead
ohanged, and he appeared to be in a stupor,
the deoeased were found three letters, a box
takep a dose of chloroform, but by means of .
were , in the habit of frequently visiting
what time do the Treasury Gardens olose?"
pistol from his pooket and pointed it up
by his finding in tho backroom the letter
the two men on aucount of a woman, but
scene of a horrible occurrence yesterday
in his company at the time. The sound of
printing office at the time when the shot was
he land the deceased had agreed to die to-
shoot him, but could not. Dr. M'Crea, who
same time, removed the body of the dead
changed, and he appeared to be in a stupor,
the deceased were found three letters, a box
taken a dose of chloroform, but by means of .
were in the habit of frequently visiting
what time do the Treasury Gardens close?"
pistol from his pocket and pointed it up
by his finding in the backroom the letter
the two men on account of a woman, but
Victoria and its Metropolis Past and Present. CHAPTERXIII.THE PIONEERS OF GIPPSLAND AND THE WIMMERA. 1840 TO 1846.(Continued.) (Article), Laverton and Beria Mercury (Laverton, WA : 1899 - 1921), Friday 30 November 1906 [Issue No.164] page 4 2019-10-09 15:57 onely solitude : then Taylor, M'Pherson,
Splatt, Pynsent, th« Wilson
prophec} 7 of Major Mitchell was .accomplished,
the Avoea the squatters were moving
the Murray. In 1S40 Bear, Booth,
Green went further, and. settled on
the Avoea River and Lake Tyrell, and
the plains: but he paid for Ms temerity
had flowed west from the Avoea River,
the country covered&om end to end
in their pastoral pursuits. Tn the
nerve,, and though there is no record
resolute ladies who accpmpanied their
arrival from one of the out-Stations of
bout the station prior to their disapearance
into the bush, would stimu
he proximity of danger.
In 1846 the squatters had nearly
hree millions of sheep; they had more
han a quarter of a million of cattle;
hey had 12,000 horses. In short, the
ountry was settled; we shall hear no
ore of pioneers; in 10 busy years a
ountry more extensive than Great
ritain had been converted from its
oneliness—beautiful, but sad and full
f regret while so many of mankind
ere starving—into the fairest pastoral
egion of the world, exporting its ten
illion pounds per annum of the most
ighly priced wools that the markets
f Loudon had ever seen.
lonely solitude : then Taylor, M'Pherson,
Splatt, Pynsent, the Wilson
prophecy of Major Mitchell was accomplished,
the Avoca the squatters were moving
the Murray. In 1840 Bear, Booth,
Green went further, and settled on
the Avoca River and Lake Tyrell, and
the plains: but he paid for his temerity
had flowed west from the Avoca River,
the country covered from end to end
in their pastoral pursuits. In the
nerve, and though there is no record
resolute ladies who accompanied their
arrival from one of the out-stations of
bout the station prior to their disappearance
into the bush, would stimu-
the proximity of danger.
In 1846 the squatters had nearly
three millions of sheep; they had more
than a quarter of a million of cattle;
they had 12,000 horses. In short, the
country was settled; we shall hear no
more of pioneers; in 10 busy years a
country more extensive than Great
Britain had been converted from its
loneliness—beautiful, but sad and full
of regret while so many of mankind
were starving—into the fairest pastoral
region of the world, exporting its ten
million pounds per annum of the most
highly priced wools that the markets
of Loudon had ever seen.
MUCKLEFORD. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Saturday 23 November 1867 [Issue No.2711] page 2 2019-10-07 22:44 kind. Air Woodall, of Tarnagulla, then re
kind. Mr Woodall, of Tarnagulla, then re
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. CASTLEMAINE. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Tuesday 22 January 1867 [Issue No.2450] page 3 2019-10-07 22:43 lite following is the list or consignees or goods
The following is the list of consignees of goods

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