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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,782,125
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,967
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,242
5 Rhonda.M 3,093,549
...
343 cybergranny 141,026
344 olivestephens 140,961
345 yackatoon 140,915
346 pkenny 140,544
347 rmcn6459 140,275
348 wanda168 140,067

140,544 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 36
September 2019 98
August 2019 30
April 2019 188
March 2019 59
November 2018 121
October 2018 122
March 2018 153
January 2018 7
October 2017 25
September 2017 292
July 2017 11
June 2017 273
May 2017 2,841
April 2017 2,256
March 2017 2,415
February 2017 3,803
January 2017 8,279
December 2016 64
September 2016 212
June 2016 10
May 2016 58
March 2016 973
February 2016 117
January 2016 63
December 2015 360
November 2015 152
October 2015 957
September 2015 727
August 2015 532
July 2015 17
June 2015 810
May 2015 2,545
April 2015 4,063
March 2015 12,184
February 2015 9,337
January 2015 6,090
December 2014 11,060
November 2014 10,814
October 2014 7,303
September 2014 1,596
August 2014 318
July 2014 8
February 2014 14
January 2014 196
December 2013 325
November 2013 467
October 2013 818
September 2013 441
August 2013 1,555
July 2013 1,696
June 2013 2,156
May 2013 599
April 2013 181
March 2013 31
February 2013 271
January 2013 4,670
December 2012 823
November 2012 1,088
October 2012 551
September 2012 201
July 2012 638
June 2012 238
May 2012 1,223
April 2012 389
March 2012 823
February 2012 1,146
January 2012 2,418
December 2011 639
November 2011 1,191
May 2011 103
March 2011 311
February 2011 2,063
January 2011 154
September 2010 97
August 2010 502
July 2010 177
June 2010 2,118
May 2010 9,606
April 2010 7,443
March 2010 1,554
February 2010 249

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,781,923
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,967
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,221
5 Rhonda.M 3,093,536
...
341 cybergranny 141,026
342 olivestephens 140,961
343 yackatoon 140,908
344 pkenny 140,504
345 rmcn6459 140,275
346 wanda168 140,067

140,504 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 36
September 2019 98
August 2019 30
April 2019 188
March 2019 59
November 2018 121
October 2018 82
March 2018 153
January 2018 7
October 2017 25
September 2017 292
July 2017 11
June 2017 273
May 2017 2,841
April 2017 2,256
March 2017 2,415
February 2017 3,803
January 2017 8,279
December 2016 64
September 2016 212
June 2016 10
May 2016 58
March 2016 973
February 2016 117
January 2016 63
December 2015 360
November 2015 152
October 2015 957
September 2015 727
August 2015 532
July 2015 17
June 2015 810
May 2015 2,545
April 2015 4,063
March 2015 12,184
February 2015 9,337
January 2015 6,090
December 2014 11,060
November 2014 10,814
October 2014 7,303
September 2014 1,596
August 2014 318
July 2014 8
February 2014 14
January 2014 196
December 2013 325
November 2013 467
October 2013 818
September 2013 441
August 2013 1,555
July 2013 1,696
June 2013 2,156
May 2013 599
April 2013 181
March 2013 31
February 2013 271
January 2013 4,670
December 2012 823
November 2012 1,088
October 2012 551
September 2012 201
July 2012 638
June 2012 238
May 2012 1,223
April 2012 389
March 2012 823
February 2012 1,146
January 2012 2,418
December 2011 639
November 2011 1,191
May 2011 103
March 2011 311
February 2011 2,063
January 2011 154
September 2010 97
August 2010 502
July 2010 177
June 2010 2,118
May 2010 9,606
April 2010 7,443
March 2010 1,554
February 2010 249

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 310,992
2 PhilThomas 128,710
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
753 marilynshort 40
754 merrjudd 40
755 Pencil2B 40
756 pkenny 40
757 robynechessell 40
758 stuck 40

40 line(s) corrected.

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October 2018 40


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BASIL THOMSON Sometime Prime Minister (Article), Truth (Sydney, NSW : 1894 - 1954), Sunday 10 January 1926 [Issue No.1879] page 10 2019-10-06 01:00 r\OWN in the little sun-burned kingdom of Tonga there will be
old handbon the beaches of that coral dump.
Tears ago Basil, who waa in the.
help King George I bail out the craft of,
Btate which showed signs of being wa-|
word was law, and many U the brush
he bad with island nobility. Before his
term was np, however, the natives bow- |
' much strong.' |
prime Minister,' which is the most
htn norooa book written on the South Sea (
land.**
Job down until a year or two ago, when
Sixty-four summers be has seen come
DOWN in the little sun-burned kingdom of Tonga there will be
old hands on the beaches of that coral dump.
Years ago Basil, who was in the
State which showed signs of being wa-
word was law, and many is the brush
he had with island nobility. Before his
term was up, however, the natives bow-
much strong.'
Prime Minister,' which is the most
humorous book written on the South Sea Islands.
land.'
job down until a year or two ago, when
Sixty-four summers he has seen come
SIR BASIL THOMSON. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 29 July 1939 [Issue No.31,693] page 12 2019-10-06 00:56 ford, where the .renowned Dr. Spooner was
ford, where the renowned Dr. Spooner was
SIR BASIL THOMSON. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 29 July 1939 [Issue No.31,693] page 12 2019-10-06 00:55 J he ¿cene Lhangcs. by _ir Uasil
Son of an Archbishop of Yolk, the Inle Sir
Basil Thomson,' was nt Elon under Hornby
and AVarrc, was a wet bob, and a member
don we hear that..by 1879 at,least, he "had
never been heard to? utter any of the Spooner-
and attributing lb him."
joined the Colonial Service and spent manyi
South Sen isles. He was Premier of Tonga
at 20, when trouble between two rival Wes
He appeased the old king, Rot rid of one
Baden Powell wns with him in New Guinea
he writes: "It was quite impossible to lie
lo no agc or .nationality, but appealing to
intelligent chief," and asked whose kimb
soon after wns chief spy-catcher in the war
years, during which be apprehended nole
forgers, spies such as IiOdy and Casement, and
'Ile tells how he released, after a warning,
and ila worry, and there is a fund of much
"The Scene Changes,". by Sir Basil
Son of an Archbishop of Yolk, the Iate Sir
Basil Thomson was at Elon under Hornby
and Warre, was a wet bob, and a member
don we hear that,.by 1879 at least, he "had
never been heard to utter any of the Spooner-
and attributing to him."
joined the Colonial Service and spent many
South Sea isles. He was Premier of Tonga
at 29, when trouble between two rival Wes
He appeased the old king, got rid of one
Baden Powell was with him in New Guinea
he writes: "It was quite impossible to be
to no age or .nationality, but appealing to
intelligent chief," and asked whose tomb
soon after was chief spy-catcher in the war
years, during which be apprehended note
forgers, spies such as Lody and Casement, and
He tells how he released, after a warning,
and its worry, and there is a fund of much
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 9 July 1953 [Issue No.5,403] page 38 2019-09-23 22:24 at Wallaroo, to Ray and Owen—
at Wallaroo, to Ray and Gwen—
WEDDING BELLS Three Springs Ceremony TURNER-BUSSENSCHUTT (Article), The Irwin Index (Mingenew, WA : 1926 - 1956), Saturday 4 September 1954 [Issue No.1308] page 3 2019-09-23 22:14 TUBNEB-BDSSENSCHDTX
TURNER-BUSSENSCHUTT
Bussenschutt—McCauley. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Friday 26 July 1946 [Issue No.8196] page 1 2019-09-23 22:02 Kay C. youngest son of Mr and Mrs
Rev. C. \V. G. Smith. The service was
bride's aunt, Mrs M. L. MeCaulcy, and
and Misses Maurine Tripp_and Yvon
ne Pearc'e, as bridesmaids. Their pink
of matching' material studded with
her arm by little Roger Mc'CauJey and
mother chose a jacket suit oi ame
sories and a pinl: and blue shoulder
telegrams read. 'Dancing followed, in
Spry and Mrs H. A. Cadd. The bride j
Ray C. youngest son of Mr and Mrs
Rev. C. W. G. Smith. The service was
bride's aunt, Mrs M. L. McCauley, and
and Misses Maurine Tripp and Yvon
ne Pearce, as bridesmaids. Their pink
of matching material studded with
her arm by little Roger McCauley and
mother chose a jacket suit of ame
sories and a pink and blue shoulder
telegrams read. Dancing followed, in
Spry and Mrs H. A. Cadd. The bride
Baker-Bussenschutt (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 4 May 1933 [Issue No.3,990] page 51 2019-09-23 21:57 In the P&skevlHe1 Methodist Church, MUs
her father She was gowned In white
to form pleeves, the skirt beJng flared
from the knees. A veil wan worn cap
of orange blotsom. She carried a sheaf
The bridesmaids, Miss Linda BussenscLutt
(sister of Uie bride) and Miss Hazel Baker
(sister of the bridegroom} were gowjed la
of taffeta forming the skirt, and pull
flower girl, wore an apple green froc':
band of green tulle around iier heed, and
Miss Valma Bussenschutt. Miss Addle
lias. Rev. P. C. Perry had charge of -4ie
bert Bi*;senschutt. grandfather of the
She also wore a Jiat to match, with a nose
veil, gunraetal stockings, patent ant! suede
bhoss, and carried a Lido blue marocain
In the Paskeville Methodist Church, Miss
her father. She was gowned In white
to form sleeves, the skirt being flared
from the knees. A veil was worn cap
of orange blossom. She carried a sheaf
The bridesmaids, Miss Linda Bussenschutt
(sister of the bride) and Miss Hazel Baker
(sister of the bridegroom} were gowned in
of taffeta forming the skirt, and puff
flower girl, wore an apple green frock,
band of green tulle around her head, and
Miss Valma Bussenschutt. Miss Addie
lias. Rev. F. C. Perry had charge of the
bert Bussenschutt. grandfather of the
She also wore a hat to match, with a nose
veil, gunmetal stockings, patent and suede
shoes, and carried a Lido blue marocain
LADNER—BUSSENSCHUTT. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Wednesday 27 April 1938 [Issue No.7576] page 4 2019-09-23 21:52 Decorated 'with a wealth of blossoms
tier and the late Mr Fred Ladner, of
Wallaroo, to Stanley Owen, youngest !
son of Mr and Mrs £. W. Bussen
frocked in stiffened, netrover colored
carried posies of dahlias and sweet
mother was becomingly _ gowned in
black niarocain with fawn facings, with ;
hat and gloves en suite, and wore a :
shoulder spray of autumn tints. Dur- {
ing the signing of :the ^register, Miss
Emmie Hughes rendered aTsoto.j J sA.tR
,the reception in the W.W.A. hall,
tor Davie presided} and the ustial
Mr and Mrs Bussenschutt will -make
Decorated with a wealth of blossoms
ner and the late Mr Fred Ladner, of
Wallaroo, to Stanley Owen, youngest
son of Mr and Mrs E. W. Bussen
frocked in stiffened, net-over colored
carried posies of dahiias and sweet
mother was becomingly gowned in
black marocain with fawn facings, with
hat and gloves en suite, and wore a
shoulder spray of autumn tints. Dur-
ing the signing of :the register, Miss
Emmie Hughes rendered a solo. At
the reception in the W.W.A. hall,
tor Davie presided, and the usual
Mr and Mrs Bussenschutt will make
Stanton—Bussenschutt (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 30 November 1933 [Issue No.4,020] page 65 2019-09-23 21:46 The marriage of Addle, younger daughter
of Mr. and' Mrs. J. Bussenschutt. of Gum
View, Paskevllle, to Prank, elder eon of
vllle. on November 15. by the Bev. J. L.
gown of deep oreme French lace, wonder
tallv rmtterned. end mounted on creme
neck and sleeves end tiny satin buttons
veil, worn off the face end held in place
bridesmaids. Misses Vonnle and Joyce Bus
pink satin tigfct-fittlng bodices, massed
trains. Pink picture bats, organdie
to match. The Sower girls, HttCe June
and Rosemary Bussenschutt (nieces cf the
bride) wore frocks In a paler ehade, but
Hex Bussenschutt groomsman.
marocaln trimmed 'with autumn tonings,
Rrey frock relieved with cherry, and wore
a large cherry hat Mrs. F. G. Stantcn.
the bridegroom's mother, wore a coeoe
v551e. The three-tiered wedding cake w»$
made by Mrs. Rem Bussenschutt and Iced
by Mrs. liester Price. The bride's travel
The marriage of Addie, younger daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bussenschutt. of Gum
View, Paskevllle, to Frank, elder eon of
vllle. on November 15. by the Rev. J. L.
gown of deep creme French lace, wonder
tallv patterned. and mounted on creme
neck and sleeves and tiny satin buttons
veil, worn off the face and held in place
bridesmaids. Misses Vonnie and Joyce Bus
pink satin tight-fittlng bodices, massed
trains. Pink picture hats, organdie
to match. The flower girls, little June
and Rosemary Bussenschutt (nieces of the
bride) wore frocks In a paler shade, but
Rex Bussenschutt groomsman.
marocaln trimmed with autumn tonings,
grey frock relieved with cherry, and wore
a large cherry hat. Mrs. F. G. Stanton.
the bridegroom's mother, wore a cocoa
ville. The three-tiered wedding cake was
made by Mrs. Glen Bussenschutt and iced
by Mrs. Lester Price. The bride's travel
BUSSENSCHUTT—HUDSON (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Monday 7 February 1927 [Issue No.1,113] page 4 2019-09-23 21:40 dlay evening at Prospect North Methodist
Slhapley of Ella Clarice, eldest daughter
day evening at Prospect North Methodist
Shapley of Ella Clarice, eldest daughter

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