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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,020,689
2 noelwoodhouse 4,004,751
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,872
4 DonnaTelfer 3,474,710
5 Rhonda.M 3,438,763
...
2126 robmeller 15,236
2127 cgwynnethl 15,218
2128 amc500 15,215
2129 natalex 15,215
2130 Quirk 15,199
2131 willagee 15,188

15,215 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2020 396
February 2020 1,835
January 2020 1,514
December 2019 4,847
November 2019 2,371
November 2016 337
October 2016 119
September 2016 181
May 2015 51
July 2014 45
June 2014 430
May 2014 891
April 2014 517
March 2012 15
February 2012 606
January 2012 1,060

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,020,487
2 noelwoodhouse 4,004,751
3 NeilHamilton 3,493,743
4 DonnaTelfer 3,474,684
5 Rhonda.M 3,438,750
...
2121 henzell 15,237
2122 robmeller 15,236
2123 cgwynnethl 15,218
2124 natalex 15,215
2125 Quirk 15,199
2126 willagee 15,188

15,215 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2020 396
February 2020 1,835
January 2020 1,514
December 2019 4,847
November 2019 2,371
November 2016 337
October 2016 119
September 2016 181
May 2015 51
July 2014 45
June 2014 430
May 2014 891
April 2014 517
March 2012 15
February 2012 606
January 2012 1,060

No text corrections for 'Government Gazettes'


Recent corrections

Article Changed Old lines New lines
Wedding Bells. NOBELIUS-PRESCOTT. (Article), Euroa Advertiser (Vic. : 1884 - 1920), Friday 15 April 1904 page 2 2020-03-15 12:52 father of bridegoom, sideboard and
father of bridegroom, sideboard and
Wedding Bells. NOBELIUS-PRESCOTT. (Article), Euroa Advertiser (Vic. : 1884 - 1920), Friday 15 April 1904 page 2 2020-03-15 12:49 ponded to by the bridegroom; "bride's
bridegroom' proposed by Mr. Nathan,
included--
ponded to by the bridegroom; "brides
bridegroom" proposed by Mr. Nathan,
included—
REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 19 December 1903 [Issue No.17,921] page 16 2020-03-15 12:39 _
trar in person A misconception of her duties on
ster, J.P.'s, concerning the registration of the
nonette Fitthall, was charged with falsely regis-
serted in the register. The case against the mother
from the Melbourne Gaol, and she sent them for
the registration of the birth of Horace Cyril Ben-
netts, and was signed in due course by Mrs. Bil-
lington. Johanna Cannon, nurse at the Melbourne
Gaol, deposed that defendant, who was serving a
sentance, told her she wished to register the birth,
and witness obtained the necessary papers, and
also signed them as witness. The child's name ap-
peared on the form as Bennets. Constable Mat-
yet married, and that she told the gaol nurse that
married in Gippsland in 1900. When asked if she
not know what she was doing at the time owing
one surety of £10.
the last accused stayed with Mrs. Billington, giving
papers down to Mrs. Billington to get her signa-
in a conspicuous place notices of the penalties to
trar in person. A misconception of her duties on
ELSTERNWICK. (Article), Brighton Southern Cross (Vic. : 1896 - 1918), Saturday 19 December 1903 [Issue No.2244] page 2 2020-03-15 12:36 p. Atkinson, was to the effect that the
P. Atkinson, was to the effect that the
ELSTERNWICK. (Article), Brighton Southern Cross (Vic. : 1896 - 1918), Saturday 19 December 1903 [Issue No.2244] page 2 2020-03-15 12:36 Atkinson, was to the effect that the
p. Atkinson, was to the effect that the
ELSTERNWICK. (Article), Brighton Southern Cross (Vic. : 1896 - 1918), Saturday 19 December 1903 [Issue No.2244] page 2 2020-03-15 12:31 churged with causing a false statement
to be made for the purpose ot being
against the mother was lirst heard.
sue applied for an adjournment to per
evidence of the registrar, Mrs., Marion
that delendant, who was serving a
sentence- ,tolH. ho.-, a-; j— ^ —
ti.em as witness. The child s name
appeared on the lorm as Bennetts.
Nonstable Matthews deposed that ac
cused admitted the ollence. She said,
?in reply to his query, that she was
married in Gijipsland in 1900. When
and then burst into tears. She was'
lind one surety of £10.
in the second case, Mr. T. Vi. Wil
son appeared for -Mrs. Billington. Ser
geant Uobinson said that the last ac
ing her name wh.w she went there as
I Mrs. Bennetts. Mrs. Billington was
I aware of her proper name in March,
i however, and in April she simied the
llaw in the case tor the prosecution.
Mi's. Billington to get her signature,
son submitted that tne law required
that the registrar shouiu receive the
signature at her otnee, in which should
charged with causing a false statement
to be made for the purpose of being
against the mother was first heard.
She applied for an adjournment to per
evidence of the registrar, Mrs. Marion
that defendant, who was serving a
sentence, told her she wished to regis
them as witness. The child's name
appeared on the form as Bennetts.
Constable Matthews deposed that ac
cused admitted the offence. She said,
in reply to his query, that she was
married in Gippsland in 1900. When
and then burst into tears. She was
find one surety of £10.
In the second case, Mr. T. W. Wil
son appeared for Mrs. Billington. Ser
geant Robinson said that the last ac
ing her name when she went there as
Mrs. Bennetts. Mrs. Billington was
aware of her proper name in March,
however, and in April she signed the
flaw in the case for the prosecution.
Mrs. Billington to get her signature,
son submitted that the law required
that the registrar should receive the
signature at her office, in which should
Advertising (Advertising), The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader (North Brighton, Vic. : 1888 - 1902), Saturday 21 January 1893 [Issue No.316] page 4 2020-03-15 12:13 Registrar at Brighton.
——————
TON,
and GARDEN VALE DIVISIONS
THOS. MACPHER SON,
Registrar at Brighton.
——————
THE ISSUE OF ELECTORAL RIGHTS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 28 November 1890 [Issue No.11,158] page 5 2020-03-15 12:07 In order to afford tlie public full "opportunity
of taking out electors' rights a notification lias
been issued to electoral ..and deputy, electoral
registrars direoting theni to keep open their
offices till 10_ o'clock each night. -Sundays- ex
cepted, up to 1st December. It is.nlso desireil
that deputy electoral registrars sho'nid make up
their lists" and send them to the electoral regis
trars for tlioir divisions immediately after 1st
prox. Tho following Is a list of registrars
Brighton.— Brighton, Brighten East, Brighton
South and Elsteruwick— T. Macpherson, Church-
street, Middle lirighton. Garden Valo— .Marion P.
Atkinson, Elsteruwick P.O.
In order to afford the public full opportunity
of taking out electors' rights a notification has
been issued to electoral and deputy electoral
registrars directing them to keep open their
offices till 10 o'clock each night, Sundays ex
cepted, up to 1st December. It is also desired
that deputy electoral registrars shouid make up
their lists and send them to the electoral regis
trars for their divisions immediately after 1st
prox. The following Is a list of registrars
Brighton.— Brighton, Brighton East, Brighton
South and Elsternwick— T. Macpherson, Church-
street, Middle Brighton. Garden Vale— Marion P.
Atkinson, Elsternwick P.O.
BRIGHTON STATE SCHOOL. (Article), The Elsternwick Leader and District Record (Brighton, Vic. : 1887 - 1888), Saturday 24 December 1887 [Issue No.43] page 3 2020-03-15 11:49 BIRIGHTON' STATE SCHOOIL.
'-The annual speech day amd d;nceit' in,
cosiiiection :ith the above, took'place i:n
the .Towni Hall l;ast. Thursday, `when, not-.
withstihnding the very. inclement iveather,
the:; hall: was -packed: by" the. parents :and
ftirieds' f the childreo..
absent, but said.this would in sorde measure
bie iiiadeo.,p bi; the.. Hayoress,;"'wlohioid
conisented to attend\'aidl lijstribiite the:
-Short -'iddr;esses, appropriate ": to ,the
occasion?i-were given ??by 'the:' Revh?.' S..
Tayiyr und Dr. 'Wilson sbboth of whoin
hsgiil gonillimented Mr Webb :'rid: his
assistaits ou the eflicient m?innor ini hliich
the s'lil had :lbeidd n eonileitdd-d asrii the
:I 'llet:li ron nuinieringhabout I50 ranged
sinI i litformn icre then introducede itsd.
nili 'vi. -? i v.?litable -manner weititthrotigh
th'e .iirfwriiniies of the. evening . ''Miss:
Hn .rdl layed the accopiiianiments and the,
sinugii fi~:nster iTri -Matthews, wielded the
hbatsiiand acted as conductor.:, ::revious to
introducing hlisipipplls 1r 'Ifitthews. said
-he desird :to -:'make it.kno:wu';rn that' the
piecs rendered had not ,eedn.umadc: the sole.
studly of the children for the i:?st twelve:
mnioiit :'nin' fact, they had .hardly prucdtisl
thait: iiuutber of weeks. .: The following was
DuDringtoe interval:t die lead teacher; Mlr
Webb, prisenited:" the ' folloiii ii?i?'rortit:
of Brighton as.cended the platform and
that evening, the remsainder would be given 1
Upper Sixth Class.-Scholarship work:
Upper Sixth Class.-General proficiency:
Huntley, Ethlel Pearce, Marion Hayball,
BRIGHTON STATE SCHOOL.
The annual speech day and concert in
connection with the above, took place in
the Town Hall last Thursday, when, not-
withstanding the very inclement weather,
the hall was packed by the parents and
friends of the children.
the Hon. T Bent, ... the absence of
absent, but said this would in some measure
be made up by the Mayoress, who had
consented to attend and distribute the
prizes.
Short addresses, appropriate to the
occasion, were given by the Rev. S.
Taylor and Dr. Wilson, both of whom
highly complimented Mr Webb and his
assistants on the efficient manner in which
the school had been conducted during the
past year.
The children numbering about 150 ranged
on the platform were then introduced, and
in a very creditable manner went through
the performances of the evening. Miss
Hazard played the accompaniments and the
singing master, Mr. Matthews, wielded the
baton and acted as conductor. Previous to
introducing his pupils Mr. Matthews said
he desired to make it known that the
pieces rendered had not ,been made the sole
study of the children for the past twelve
months, in fact, they had hardly practiced
that number of weeks. The following was
During interval the head teacher, Mr
Webb, presented the following report: —
of Brighton ascended the platform and
that evening, the remainder would be given
Upper Sixth Class.—Scholarship work:
Upper Sixth Class.—General proficiency:
Huntley, Ethel Pearce, Marion Hayball,
Huntley, Clara Mumby.
Advertising (Advertising), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Thursday 5 September 1867 [Issue No.6501] page 4 2020-03-13 22:55 AND ) tion—
with Vines, Fruit-trees, &c. Also Lot
UPPER WALKERVILLE. HOUSE, LAND, &c.
Kitchen, and Cellar. The Garden is planted with Vines, Fruit-trees, &c. Also Lot
Consisting of Southern Half of Block 52, fronting SMITH-STREET. It contains HALF AN ACRE of LAND, and is planted with Vines and
suburban Cottage.
——————
LAND MART.
GR E E N ) will offer for sale by auction
AND ) —
with Vines, Fruit-trees, &c.
Also Lot
UPPER WALKERVILLE.
HOUSE, LAND, &c.
HOUSE, LAND, &c.
HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS.
Kitchen, and Cellar. The Garden is planted with
Vines, Fruit-trees, &c.
Also Lot
Consisting of Southern Half of Block 52,
fronting SMITH-STREET. It contains HALF AN
ACRE of LAND, and is planted with Vines and
Fruit-trees, and forms an admirable site for a
suburban Cottage.
——————

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