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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,824,121
2 noelwoodhouse 3,921,940
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,325,094
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,362
...
3676 Loose-eccentric 6,429
3677 linfil1945 6,428
3678 crens 6,427
3679 lozinozz 6,417
3680 Ronkana 6,414
3681 veronicacross55 6,413

6,417 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4
September 2019 4
August 2019 314
June 2019 34
May 2019 236
April 2019 11
February 2019 37
January 2019 109
November 2018 86
October 2018 172
September 2018 62
August 2018 7
July 2018 9
June 2018 27
May 2018 15
April 2018 93
March 2018 57
February 2018 123
September 2017 332
August 2017 70
June 2017 9
July 2016 207
June 2016 44
May 2016 228
March 2016 2
February 2016 7
December 2015 50
November 2015 675
October 2015 7
September 2015 68
July 2015 48
February 2015 136
July 2014 2
June 2014 22
May 2014 129
March 2014 217
February 2014 44
January 2014 197
November 2013 173
October 2013 288
September 2013 1,038
July 2013 31
June 2013 316
May 2013 479
March 2013 59
December 2012 91
November 2012 9
October 2012 31
April 2012 1
January 2012 7

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,823,919
2 noelwoodhouse 3,921,940
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,325,073
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,349
...
3669 Loose-eccentric 6,429
3670 linfil1945 6,428
3671 pauljohnstone53 6,423
3672 lozinozz 6,417
3673 Ronkana 6,414
3674 veronicacross55 6,413

6,417 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4
September 2019 4
August 2019 314
June 2019 34
May 2019 236
April 2019 11
February 2019 37
January 2019 109
November 2018 86
October 2018 172
September 2018 62
August 2018 7
July 2018 9
June 2018 27
May 2018 15
April 2018 93
March 2018 57
February 2018 123
September 2017 332
August 2017 70
June 2017 9
July 2016 207
June 2016 44
May 2016 228
March 2016 2
February 2016 7
December 2015 50
November 2015 675
October 2015 7
September 2015 68
July 2015 48
February 2015 136
July 2014 2
June 2014 22
May 2014 129
March 2014 217
February 2014 44
January 2014 197
November 2013 173
October 2013 288
September 2013 1,038
July 2013 31
June 2013 316
May 2013 479
March 2013 59
December 2012 91
November 2012 9
October 2012 31
April 2012 1
January 2012 7

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 28 August 1880 [Issue No.10,669] page 12 2019-10-21 19:02
BROADFORD NOTES. (Article), Yea Chronicle (Yea, Vic. : 1891 - 1920), Thursday 8 June 1893 [Issue No.395] page 3 2019-10-21 18:48 TheBroadford Dairy Company have ar
tanged to open a creamery at Bailleston,
buildings.-Kilerer Advertiser,
The Broadford Dairy Company have ar
ranged to open a creamery at Bailleston,
buildings.-Kilmore Advertiser,
PROBATE (Article), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Thursday 20 August 1953 page 14 2019-09-29 13:29 FOTHERGJJLL, William
uBivis, medical piacti
The -amount is gross
<not liowv-for t
FOTHERGIJLL, William
Lewis, medical practi
The amount is gross
and does not allow for
MR AND MRS K. N. MoLEOD FAREWELLED. (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Wednesday 23 April 1924 [Issue No.1172] page 3 2019-08-26 01:08 NIR AND MRS «. MoLEOD
~ ~ , ,
„ ° n Thursday evening last the
held a la r »e .gathering of adherents
Re v - s - D - Hood
those taking part beins
a number of girls and hoys,
Mlss Na n °y Turner, Mrs A.
were being advanced, but h
P ast five years, and it had been
H e took a great interest in the
d - Mrs McLeod had been their
an outside^ member. The gqod
work done by Mr apd Mrs JKc-
I wa s spoken of m a great
many Places,
great tandnea^he Jadjeceived
his retum j" from the front. hnmp They
had made^him feel ^ h he e was home
again. again, Their departure would
leave ! a gap it would Be hard to
leav°
v e r y ^ h J ^ T S u S d
on him, though he vmsflUej
with regret^at the de
such fine people As to Mr Mc-
Leod, if they took him aiad^ne*
ea him from all sides, he was
a man of character ; , of foroe
and a Z ^ ^tF he wS In
from .anotherJPomV. he w^J^
was
r ^ f o T ^ o o
He
T which
was
would b ?
years passeu passed on. As to Mrs mc
Leod, she
r i n g ; o n e hardly knew wnereto
begin. In her home lite she
was the — loving "i'ZT wife, the good fr»
her, guestg. She
were
w&s
deeply
fond
to-
of
music. They vs
in
maw
ut
SS^
.
deeply missed -and they would
carry away; -with them the best
wishes of all. It was with |Teat
pleasure he hdd to present them
from the members or
the (Congregation. It was(accompanied
forltheir welfare. On behatt^of
the congregation he wiBhed
hem both God-speed. _ •
r McLeod briefly ^hanfeed ,
the^i for their valuable gift^e
could asure. thetn ^ ^V^L^S
he Aor Mrs McLfeod needea any- i
thiife to remind them of-tne« (
riads in Picola., R iJ wouia to
impossible for h * m
the l countles8
both before ^nd eince^^s inarriag
5. Indeed they had ^
erased 5WU Ofu»c. since. , B^h Both of -'^J®®
felt that lb
a-way , and if it
g lad i y stayed
^ S not oSy
thci contlntDW. ,acte of '
nes?. _ . _ '
Srpper, P^ed ^ ^
ladi. b bought a vecy plBasanl
NIR AND MRS McLEOD
On Thursday evening last the
held a large .gathering of adherents
Rev S. D. Hood
those taking part being
a number of girls and boys,
were being advanced, but he
past five years, and it had been
H pe took a great interest in the
d. Mrs McLeod had been their
an outside member. The good
work done by Mr and Mrs McLeod-
was spoken of in a great
many places,
great kindness he had received
his return from the front. They
had made him feel he was home
again. Their departure would
leave a gap it would be hard to
fill.
very pleasing duty had devolved
on him, though he filled
with regret at the departure of
such fine people. As to Mr Mc-
Leod, if they took him and view
ed him from all sides, he was
a man of character,of force
and a good church man. Viewed
from another point he was an
was on the children. He was a
great force for good, which
would be acknowledged as the
years passed on. As to Mrs Mc
Leod, she was like a diamond
ring, one hardly knew were to
begin. In her home life she
was the loving wife, the good
her, guests. She was fond of music.
They were deeply in-
debted to her in the church in
many ways, but particularly as
deeply missed and they would
carry away with them the best
wishes of all. It was with great
pleasure he had to present them
from the members of
the Congregation. It was accompanied
for their welfare. On behalf of
the congregation he wished
hem both God-speed.
McLeod briefly thanked
them for their valuable gifts. He
could assure them thet neither
he nor Mrs McLeod needed any-
thing to remind them of their
friends in Picola. It would be
impossible for him to recount
the countless acts of kindness
both before and since his marriage.
Indeed they had been in-
creased since. Both of them
felt that that they were being torn
away, and if it had been a matter
of choice both would have
gladly stayed. He sincerely thanked
them on behalf of himself and Mrs
McLeod, not only for their nice present
but for their continued acts of kindness,
Supper, provided by the ladies
brought a very pleasent evening
to a close.
DISTRICT NEWS. PICOLA. (Article), Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 25 June 1918 [Issue No.1829] page 2 2019-08-26 00:46 I Tha head teacher, Mr McLeod,
has received- the follnving letter
"With reference to your Je:ter of.
coming patriotic efibrt at Nathalia,'
group takiug^part fn "both the sports
and the coniiert:1"
The head teacher, Mr McLeod,
has received the following letter
"With reference to your letter of
coming patriotic effort at Nathalia,
group taking part in both the sports
and the concert."
PICOLA (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Wednesday 20 December 1922 [Issue No.1177] page 4 2019-08-26 00:32 The Picola State-school had j
a bonza break-up for the holi-j
presided and made j
Mr E A. Neeld had the ;
honor of presenting the prizes, i
which were in the form of well-,;
hound books, each scholar re-'
criving a memento. In addition,»
fore was a Xmas tree also
hiaded with a gift for each,
and Mrs McLeod was presentea an
cushion.*.
pood work done by the scholars
and Mrs McLeod took the greatof
th<- school
md that their efforts were sue
... To Miss Wilson enn ho had also
pleasure in handmg a nice gi"
in the shape of a silver-mount-1
o.l 1 andbag. as a mark of goodwill
3e.
choco-j
Hartshorn fell " and fractured
hi* leg. and had t"» be taken to
wftB
private ' hospital. He was
tie
sorie
Vi;, pfrs
tie
U
v. ars of age, but has
iii< merit, and put in his paperc
iunior
ual.
tie
While n- driving ....w..^ a harvester for
Mr Baxter. Leslie Porter Dy
som mean? dislocated bis
The Picola State-school had
a bonza break-up for the holi-
presided and made
Mr E A. Neeld had the
honor of presenting the prizes,
bound books, each scholar re-
there was a Xmas tree also
loaded with a gift for each.
and Mrs McLeod was presented an
cushion.
good work done by the scholars
and Mrs McLeod took the greatest
the school
and that their efforts were sue
To Miss Wilson heho had also
pleasure in handmg a nice gift
in the shape of a silver-mounted
handbag, as a mark of goodwill
He
chocolates
Hartshorn fell and fractured
his leg. and had to be taken to

a private hospital. He was
he was
some
papers
the
12 years of age, but has
his merit, and put in his papers
junior

the Hospital.
While driving a harvester for
Mr S. Baxter. Leslie Porter by
som means dislocated his
PICOLA. (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Wednesday 1 November 1922 [Issue No.1170] page 3 2019-08-26 00:21 On Friday evening ^ J ™
the State-school
scholars oi ^nm ° eIlt} and It
was adn^ted adnjHted cy^ fgw if anyj
present t<»t very
better were ever pre^n
the hall Songs, concerts P
ph yP ical ^ t m a ^ a
dancing
a
of great variety,
programme - „ prform ers acand
the youngPJf 1 ™ 8Uch a
quitted themselves m ^ ^
manner as not on . them_
the greatest ciedH M(._
selves, but on Mr ar.o
m
Leod and Mies Witeon. ^ ^
,hP o p P m it b Mis 8 Martha
piano, a duet ny
Vern0n
Baxter and Master a
Tinkler, to the ^^'g Baxter,
round 1 0of 1 Tj^T encores, Advantage MT was
J.P„ presided.
to band
Uton of the oocasion t o
n tbe
over the cup ( P « » e *
chairman) to «ie grg" Ria_
of the Western and ^
tary, who while handing the
trophy to Mr Lftersha (secretary
Mr Liversha. in acknowledging
taiiTof'the Moira "team," the "ball
pxpresjffed his pleasure at the
< jing> it was decided to hold
a mpeting in February. It was
On Friday evening last the
scholars of the State-school
gave an entertainment, and it
was adn**ted by the big crown
present that were very few, if any,
better were ever presented in
the hall Songs, concerted parts
dancing and tableaux made a
programme of great variety,
and the young performers ac-
quitted themselves in such a
manner as not only to reflect
the greatest credit on them-
selves but on Mr and Mrs McLeod
and Miss Wilson, From
the opening overture on the
piano, a duet by Miss Martha
Baxter and Master Vernon
Tinkler, to the close, it was a
round of encores, Mr. S, Baxter,
J.P. presided. Advantage was
taken of the occasion to hand
over the cup (presented by the chairman)
to the premier team
of the Western Moira Ridings
Football Association. The
duty fell on Mr. R. Nalty, secretary
who, while handing the trophy to
Mr Liversha, secretary of the Moira
Mr Liversha, in acknowledging
tain of the Moira team, the ball
expressed his pleasure at the
ding) it was decided to hold
a meeting in February. It was
PICOLA (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Wednesday 16 May 1923 [Issue No.1124] page 3 2019-08-25 23:52 school, has put up a line
one subject only, e scholar
was given anothe, try, and as j
ho has now pa§ped, Mr McLeod 3
100 per cejfT in merit passes,
it is interesting to note that
, gaged in as heretofore, but
school, has put up a fine
one subject only. the scholar
was given another try, and as
he has now passed, Mr McLeod
100 per cent in merit passes.
It is interesting to note that
gaged in as heretofore, but
SOLDIERS' DEATHS. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Friday 2 April 1915 [Issue No.11189] page 6 2019-08-25 20:31 Driver Charles Sherbourno Newman, of Vic
toria. Fourth Battery. 2nd Field ArLlllerv
Brigade, died at Mcna, ot pnounioniu, on
March 30. Noxt of kin Mrs. Murlon Newman,
ot Moutofloro Streot, Coburg.
Driver Charles Sherbourne Newman, of Vic
toria. Fourth Battery. 2nd Field Artillery
Brigade, died at Mena, or pnemonia, on
March 30. Next of kin Mrs. Marion Newman,
ot Monteflore Street, Coburg.

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