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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,762,352
2 NeilHamilton 3,237,005
3 noelwoodhouse 3,225,018
4 John.F.Hall 2,466,700
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
314 mikesk 125,715
315 rosilyn 125,269
316 lloyd 124,684
317 moon 123,649
318 booklars 123,551
319 adrianpaviour 123,378

123,649 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 144
October 2017 121
September 2017 963
August 2017 1,411
July 2017 5,901
June 2017 3,832
May 2017 4,368
April 2017 5,844
March 2017 3,640
February 2017 142
January 2017 82
December 2016 3,312
November 2016 2,900
October 2016 816
September 2016 853
August 2016 5,190
July 2016 2,032
June 2016 1,911
May 2016 5,326
April 2016 7,028
March 2016 8,321
February 2016 5,501
January 2016 953
December 2015 450
November 2015 21
October 2015 139
September 2015 417
August 2015 2,911
July 2015 4,550
June 2015 8,267
May 2015 5,034
April 2015 176
March 2015 124
February 2015 340
January 2015 88
December 2014 249
November 2014 926
October 2014 842
September 2014 217
August 2014 3
July 2014 255
June 2014 3,195
May 2014 4,184
December 2013 13
August 2013 414
July 2013 36
May 2013 2,614
April 2013 4,949
March 2013 2,149
February 2013 4
November 2012 2,517
October 2012 7,475
September 2012 130
May 2012 304
January 2012 65

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,762,299
2 NeilHamilton 3,237,005
3 noelwoodhouse 3,225,018
4 John.F.Hall 2,466,694
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
313 mikesk 125,712
314 rosilyn 125,269
315 lloyd 124,679
316 moon 123,605
317 booklars 123,551
318 adrianpaviour 123,378

123,605 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 144
October 2017 121
September 2017 963
August 2017 1,411
July 2017 5,901
June 2017 3,832
May 2017 4,368
April 2017 5,844
March 2017 3,640
February 2017 142
January 2017 82
December 2016 3,312
November 2016 2,900
October 2016 816
September 2016 853
August 2016 5,188
July 2016 2,032
June 2016 1,911
May 2016 5,326
April 2016 7,028
March 2016 8,279
February 2016 5,501
January 2016 953
December 2015 450
November 2015 21
October 2015 139
September 2015 417
August 2015 2,911
July 2015 4,550
June 2015 8,267
May 2015 5,034
April 2015 176
March 2015 124
February 2015 340
January 2015 88
December 2014 249
November 2014 926
October 2014 842
September 2014 217
August 2014 3
July 2014 255
June 2014 3,195
May 2014 4,184
December 2013 13
August 2013 414
July 2013 36
May 2013 2,614
April 2013 4,949
March 2013 2,149
February 2013 4
November 2012 2,517
October 2012 7,475
September 2012 130
May 2012 304
January 2012 65

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,705
2 mickbrook 99,971
3 murds5 61,555
4 PhilThomas 48,620
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
390 DiorNoki 44
391 dswes 44
392 Elona 44
393 moon 44
394 neilhilt47smith 44
395 rsterry 44

44 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2016 2
March 2016 42


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MATRIMONIAL. HARGREAYES—MITCHELL. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 20 November 1916 [Issue No.19,117] page 4 2017-11-18 10:57 IIAKCHEAYKS—M1TI lll'.LL.
HARGREAVES _ MITCHELL
TRAGIC DEATH IN CHURCH. Mr. H. V. Roper Drops Dead. Whilst Singing Solo. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 12 June 1916 [Issue No.18,979] page 3 2017-11-18 10:56 Trasricallv sudden circumstances eur
r.-amded the death of Mr. H. V. .Roper,
in the Bapti.-t Church, Hargreave.s-street,
\:ceterdav. A? conductor oi' tllo choir,
ilr K-oper lock :lu active part in the ser
Tragically sudden circumstances sur-
rounded the death of Mr. H. V. .Roper,
in the Baptist Church, Hargreaves-street,
yesterday. A? conductor oi' tllo choir,
Mr Roper lock :lu active part in the ser
STRATHFIELDSAYE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Friday 18 August 1916 [Issue No.19,037] page 2 2017-11-18 10:52 I 10 monthly meeting was hold at the Sliire
Unll yes erday Prt^c-nt: -Crs. Ofbornc (pro
f.i<-icnU, keel;, Diuistnn. Prowse, J. Harf?rea
The monthly meeting was hold at the Sliire
Hall yesterday Prt^c-nt: -Crs. Osborne (pre-
sident), Keek, Diuistnn. Prowse, J. Harf?rea
STRATHFIELDSAYE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Friday 22 December 1916 [Issue No.19,145] page 4 2017-11-18 10:49 The monthly meeting was held :il the I
Shire Hal] yesterday. Present:—Crs. Somer
villo (president). Keek. Osborne, Dtmstan,
J Hai'sreaves, .1. S. Hargreaves, Hodge
aiiil '
Couespoudeitoe.—From Metcalfe Sliire,
| a.-I.'ing it' the council was prepared to pay
j one-halt th.- cost of stoning up a culvert
; awl lilling in iioie.-. ;u:d ruts on the road
i past 11. Donovan's property. Deferred un
| ti! next meeting:. 1'Yom IJer.digo Kapler
: Taa- Coinaiitlee. inviting Hie president and
; councillors to attend the inaugural meeting
i in connection with tha fair at the Town
Mail on lUh .lanuarv. Crs. Keek and
; ed. From the Decentralisation and Coan
; try Development League, soliciting a dona
: tion of i'U/-, • Granted. From K. H.
] Theme. dry wing attention to the proposed
j art ion on the par' of the Beudigo City
' Council to bury uightsoil on the extreme
I er:i portion of th,- 'Well.-forc! iwr«.
1 and v.-ithin a rhaiu or two of the Huntly
j water race. It was deeided to forward a
; ropy of the letter to the Bendigo City
; Council, and to ask its representatives to
i meet Strathfieldsa.ro councillors at the spot
i on a date to be ti.xed.
j "Cepor«-.—The clerk of works (Mr. II. *-»•
rRrennau) reported:—"Contract No. Id on
i Tannery-read has been completed. ICxtra<s
; amount in<r to i;7 have been incurred on
I tli:-work. Cmtraet for .-upplying ].V)
' yard- gravel 011 the main Manduran;_r-r>>ad
The monthly meeting was held in the
Shire Hall yesterday. Present:—Crs. Somer-
ville (president), Keek, Osborne, Dunstan,
J Hargreaves, J. S. Hargreaves, Hodge
and Doak.
Correspondence.—From Metcalfe Shire,
a.-I.'ing it' the council was prepared to pay
one-halt th.- cost of stoning up a culvert
and lilling in iioie.-. ;u:d ruts on the road
past 11. Donovan's property. Deferred un
till next meeting:. 1'Yom IJer.digo Kapler
Fair Coinaiitlee. inviting Hie president and
councillors to attend the inaugural meeting
in connection with tha fair at the Town
Hall on 11th January. Crs. Keek and
ed. From the Decentralisation and Coan
try Development League, soliciting a dona
tion of i'U/-, • Granted. From K. H.
Theme. dry wing attention to the proposed
action on the par' of the Beudigo City
Council to bury uightsoil on the extreme
western portion of th,- 'Well.-forc! iwr«.
and v.-ithin a rhaiu or two of the Huntly
water race. It was deeided to forward a
copy of the letter to the Bendigo City
Council, and to ask its representatives to
meet Strathfieldsa.ro councillors at the spot
on a date to be ti.xed.
Report.—The clerk of works (Mr. II. *-»•
Brennann reported:—"Contract No. Id on
Tannery-read has been completed. ICxtra<s
amount in<r to i;7 have been incurred on
the work. Cmtraet for .-upplying ].V)
yard- gravel 011 the main Manduran;_r-r>>ad
THE ASSEMBLY WITH CLOSED DOORS. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 28 September 1878 [Issue No.7,254] page 2 2017-11-10 23:07 what purport to be descriptions of the pro
evening hist after strangers were compelled
give coherence to the narrative. The infor
mation was evidently furnished by somo of
the proceedings. Wo are informed that in
actual fact the proceedings were for tho
moat part dreary and uninteresting enough,
and even the cxciting scones were not
witnessed by tho public. The speakers
were perhaps more discursive aud less serious
than usual. Mr. Bent favored tho House
of interjectioHs, for the most part amusing.
Theso gentlemen would iiavo had no
sympathy from other members wero it not for
the tyrannical stylo in which Ministers at
what purport to be descriptions of the pro-
evening last after strangers were compelled
give coherence to the narrative. The infor-
mation was evidently furnished by some of
the proceedings. We are informed that in
actual fact the proceedings were for the
most part dreary and uninteresting enough,
and even the exciting scenes were not
witnessed by the public. The speakers
were perhaps more discursive and less serious
than usual. Mr. Bent favored the House
of interjections, for the most part amusing.
These gentlemen would have had no
sympathy from other members were it not for
the tyrannical style in which Ministers at
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER (PUBLISHED DAILY.) PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SANDHURST, MONDAY, APRIL 29 1889 THE PROSPECTS OF PEACE. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 29 April 1889 [Issue No.10,589] page 2 2017-11-10 23:03 PEOGRuaaios, our- IIIGHTS, AND ocr iiKiouncxa; ..
SANDHURST, MONDAY, APRIL 29 1SS9
WE have boon so accustomed during tho
past few years to hear of tho probable dis
turbance of tho peaco of Europe, that wo
have long since como to regard it aa'-a
Progression. Our Rights, and Our Resources
SANDHURST, MONDAY, APRIL 29 1889
WE have been so accustomed during the
past few years to hear of the probable dis-
turbance of the peace of Europe, that we
have long since come to regard it as a
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. (PUBLISHED DAILY.) PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS AND OUR RESOURCES. BENDIGO, SATURDAY JULY 22. 1916. CIVICS. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 22 July 1916 [Issue No.19,014] page 8 2017-11-10 23:00 i?y civics uv mean a man's dntv to hi- j
district, his countrv. and the Empire, All
that \ve most prize and lovo run hr» pro- |
tout discharge of civic duly. A man !>v (1
«>rain of sand in a mountain. Mis foMv 1
i?y civics uv mean a man's dntv to his
district, his country and the Empire, All
that we most prize and lovo run hr» pro-
tout discharge of civic duly. A man by
«>rain of sand in a mountain. His force
LETTERS to the Editor The reconstruction of Darwin (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Monday 17 February 1975 [Issue No.13,992] page 2 2017-11-08 22:09 who so angrily attack the pro
posed new Family Law Bill
have ever'bothered to think that
to divorce if only one party de
in a divorce case — both contri
bute to the breakdown. The mar
out, puts himself in a degrad
who so angrily attack the pro-
posed new Family Law Bill
have ever bothered to think that
to divorce if only one party de-
in a divorce case — both contri-
bute to the breakdown. The mar-
out, puts himself in a degrad-
Womem, tha takers of life Paul Shaw looks back down the ages at some notorious female murderers. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Sunday 26 January 1992 [Issue No.20,741] page 13 2017-11-08 22:07 children playing with a skipping-rope and chant
children playing with a skipping-rope and chant-
A focus on drug abuse (Article), Times (Victor Harbor, SA : 1987 - 1999), Tuesday 4 May 1993 [Issue No.4,125] page 9 2017-11-08 22:05 2 0 mem tiers from
around the State, in
featured a pres
olive Edwards who
taken by Pastor Mur
ray Baker of the Vic
WCTU has about 6(X)
members natinwide,
fundraisers, is cur
20 members from
around the State, in-
featured a pres-
Olive Edwards who
taken by Pastor Mur-
ray Baker of the Vic-
WCTU has about 600
members nationwide,
fundraisers, is cur-

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