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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,856,376
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,379,356
5 Rhonda.M 3,202,651
...
1193 LynHudsonWilliamson 33,295
1194 turfonic 33,236
1195 webby 33,215
1196 rbell35 33,204
1197 LynnMareem 33,144
1198 Joondalup23 33,091

33,204 line(s) corrected.

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December 2019 34
November 2019 97
October 2019 234
September 2019 499
August 2019 182
July 2019 218
June 2019 451
May 2019 339
April 2019 277
March 2019 619
February 2019 557
January 2019 254
December 2018 169
November 2018 533
October 2018 1,404
September 2018 146
August 2018 720
July 2018 622
June 2018 938
May 2018 380
April 2018 518
March 2018 111
February 2018 153
January 2018 609
December 2017 1,212
November 2017 545
October 2017 244
September 2017 198
August 2017 629
July 2017 1,406
June 2017 37
May 2017 57
April 2017 249
March 2017 114
February 2017 21
January 2017 182
December 2016 222
November 2016 58
October 2016 65
September 2016 113
August 2016 27
July 2016 334
June 2016 360
May 2016 612
April 2016 396
March 2016 356
February 2016 250
January 2016 92
December 2015 1,015
November 2015 1,350
October 2015 787
September 2015 658
August 2015 196
June 2015 8
May 2015 59
April 2015 264
March 2015 256
February 2015 53
January 2015 314
December 2014 1,395
November 2014 1,053
October 2014 130
September 2014 385
August 2014 192
July 2014 23
June 2014 491
May 2014 11
April 2014 448
March 2014 48
January 2014 23
December 2013 33
November 2013 52
September 2013 26
August 2013 45
July 2013 311
June 2013 365
May 2013 9
February 2013 2
January 2013 45
December 2012 5
October 2012 89
September 2012 36
August 2012 837
July 2012 517
June 2012 13
May 2012 376
April 2012 150
March 2012 198
February 2012 113
January 2012 27
November 2011 1,007
October 2011 1,153
September 2011 790
March 2011 3

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,856,174
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,379,335
5 Rhonda.M 3,202,638
...
1187 ChristineMaryO 33,433
1188 turfonic 33,234
1189 webby 33,210
1190 rbell35 33,204
1191 LynHudsonWilliamson 33,156
1192 LynnMareem 33,135

33,204 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 34
November 2019 97
October 2019 234
September 2019 499
August 2019 182
July 2019 218
June 2019 451
May 2019 339
April 2019 277
March 2019 619
February 2019 557
January 2019 254
December 2018 169
November 2018 533
October 2018 1,404
September 2018 146
August 2018 720
July 2018 622
June 2018 938
May 2018 380
April 2018 518
March 2018 111
February 2018 153
January 2018 609
December 2017 1,212
November 2017 545
October 2017 244
September 2017 198
August 2017 629
July 2017 1,406
June 2017 37
May 2017 57
April 2017 249
March 2017 114
February 2017 21
January 2017 182
December 2016 222
November 2016 58
October 2016 65
September 2016 113
August 2016 27
July 2016 334
June 2016 360
May 2016 612
April 2016 396
March 2016 356
February 2016 250
January 2016 92
December 2015 1,015
November 2015 1,350
October 2015 787
September 2015 658
August 2015 196
June 2015 8
May 2015 59
April 2015 264
March 2015 256
February 2015 53
January 2015 314
December 2014 1,395
November 2014 1,053
October 2014 130
September 2014 385
August 2014 192
July 2014 23
June 2014 491
May 2014 11
April 2014 448
March 2014 48
January 2014 23
December 2013 33
November 2013 52
September 2013 26
August 2013 45
July 2013 311
June 2013 365
May 2013 9
February 2013 2
January 2013 45
December 2012 5
October 2012 89
September 2012 36
August 2012 837
July 2012 517
June 2012 13
May 2012 376
April 2012 150
March 2012 198
February 2012 113
January 2012 27
November 2011 1,007
October 2011 1,153
September 2011 790
March 2011 3

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No Title (Article), The Ballarat Courier (Vic. : 1869 - 1883; 1914 - 1918), Friday 14 October 1881 [Issue No.4463] page 2 2019-12-05 15:33 long, and a pair of winker* with brass plate.
evening that a man named Thomas Peuder,
-Railways, had been killed on the North-
long, and a pair of winker with brass plate.
evening that a man named Thomas Pender,
Railways, had been killed on the North-
No Title (Article), The Ballarat Courier (Vic. : 1869 - 1883; 1914 - 1918), Friday 14 October 1881 [Issue No.4463] page 2 2019-12-05 15:33 recent entertainment at Lsaruumth was Ur '
A- Findlay, not Mr A. Furlong as our report
Police Ga&tk:—Stolen from the shop <f
Thomas Cnrphey, 201 Start street Ballarat,
on the 8th instant * aet coral brooch and
Stolen from the. shop of Thomas Freeman,
Armstrong street. Ballarat 00 the 24th September,
at Mount Wycheproof, on the 22ud
recent entertainment at Learmonth was Mr.
A. Findlay, not Mr A. Furlong as our report
Police Gazette:—Stolen from the shop of
Thomas Curphey, 201 Sturt street Ballarat,
on the 8th instant a coral brooch and
Stolen from the shop of Thomas Freeman,
Armstrong street, Ballarat on the 24th September,
at Mount Wycheproof, on the 22nd
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Ballarat, 21st January. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Thursday 22 January 1880 [Issue No.19] page 2 2019-12-05 15:29 "market rates.—[Advt.]
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Ballarat, 21st January. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Thursday 22 January 1880 [Issue No.19] page 2 2019-12-05 15:29 "to Bs..We sold 166; for Mr;H. Robinson, Amherst,
-.end' Mr- 'Joseph : Hetherington, Cambrian-'Hill; at
"fflarketrates.—[Advt.]

"to 8s..We sold 166; for Mr;H. Robinson, Amherst,
and Mr Joseph Hetherington, Cambrian Hill; at
"marke trates.—[Advt.]
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Thursday 18 November 1875 [Issue No.275] page 2 2019-12-05 15:27 Id- 403 : merino wethers for Mr J. Hetherington, Cam
brian Hill at 10s to 10s 3d; 69 morino wethors and
Id- 403 : merino wethers for Mr J. Hetherington,
Cabrian Hill at 10s to 10s 3d; 69 merino wethers and
RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 4th August. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Tuesday 5 August 1902 [Issue No.14437] page 4 2019-12-03 14:22 michael £2l 3s 2d, J. Bell £ll, W. and A.
michael £2l 3s 2d, J. Bell £11, W. and A.
RIPOSHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 1st May, 1901. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Thursday 2 May 1901 [Issue No.14042] page 1 2019-12-03 14:17 Finance.—The following accounts -were
passed for payment, on the recommenda
tion of the finance committee:—Surface
labor and cartage, £Bl 18s 2d; sundries,
£9 6s; Lance Patent Pan Company, £9O
- 6d; Hawkes Bros., £l4 6s; H. M. Stu
art, £5 Is 3d; salaries. £33 16s 8d: health
expenses, £l5;. A. Parker, £4 9s 9d; J. 8..
cash, £5; , Broadbent 8r05.,. £lO Is 6d;
6d; J. Carmichael, £6O 3s; " W. B.' Mad
den, £5O; W.H. Rickard, £6O; R; Bell,
£9 15s;. Jas. Jess, £4O; D. Madden, £80;
A. Driver; jun.,, £3 3s. . . Deposits-dl. F.
Watkin £fl;- R; Bell, 10s; J. Carmichael,
Finance.—The following accounts were
passed for payment, on the recommendations
of the finance committee:—Surface
labor and cartage, £81 18s 2d; sundries,
£9 6s; Lance Patent Pan Company, £90
- 6d; Hawkes Bros., £14 6s; H. M. Stuart,
£5 1s 3d; salaries. £33 16s 8d: health
expenses, £15;. A. Parker, £4 9s 9d; J. 8..
cash, £5; , Broadbent Bros.,. £10 Is 6d;
6d; J. Carmichael, £60 3s; W. B. Madden,
£50; W.H. Rickard, £60; R. Bell,
£9 15s;. Jas. Jess, £40; D. Madden, £80;
A. Driver; jun.,, £3 3s. . . Deposits- H. F.
Watkin £;- R; Bell, 10s; J. Carmichael,
MELBOURNE. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW COURT HOUSE. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1840 - 1845), Monday 1 August 1842 [Issue No.89] page 2 2019-11-21 16:03 The independent order of Od1 Fellows,
The Iraternity of Free Masons,'
Civil ollicers of Gov'-rnment,
.Civil (;ticers of the Govenment who iare
Tipstafflol the Court,
Police Mtagi.trate and Staff,
Members of the Legal Piolession,
l Inhabitants.
The independent order of Odd Fellows,
The Fraternity of Free Masons,
Civil officers of Government,
Civil Oficers of the Govenment who iare
Tipstaff the Court,
Police Magistrate and Staff,
Members of the Legal Proession,
Inhabitants.
" A CHURCHMAN." (Article), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Saturday 15 December 1832 [Issue No.542] page 2 2019-11-21 15:48 nay,it is not necessary even to inspect
engine.we see applied to purposes of uti
It, that it is a most useful piece of mecha
.?.?.-;., a-,,although we may not compre
apparatus. -
So-it is with the study of -languages
Men who understand none but their- own,
may judge of the utility -or -inutility of
of a science, they- must study the -sciences
-themselves, why then men ought to study
mankind saw' no good effects from the sci
ence, and therefore they would not study.
it. 'And hence astrologers have almost
confined to the study of' a few curious
men; levers of mechanism. and dead- lan
guages for their own sakes, and -without
But the knowledge of the steam 'engine,
guages,. have been found infinitely usef;
to mankind, and .therefore then continue
Now when we reviewed.'thgy Archdea.
con's letter, we did not say that claissical
flatly. - We -say, that without -the- know
ledge of Greek and latin, we can 'judge
minds of proficients in them ;:.just the
nay ,it is not necessary even to inspect
engine.we see applied to purposes of utility,
it, that it is a most useful piece of mechanism.
apparatus.
So it is with the study of languages
Men who understand none but their own,
may judge of the utility or inutility of
of a science, they must study the sciences
themselves, why then men ought to study
and therefore they would not study
it. And hence astrologers have almost
confined to the study of a few curious
for their own sakes, and without
But the knowledge of the steam engine,
guages, have been found infinitely usef;
to mankind, and therefore then continue
Now when we reviewed.'the Archdeacon's
letter, we did not say that classical
flatly. - We say, that withoutthe- know
ledge of Greek and latin, we can judge
minds of proficients in them just the
" A CHURCHMAN." (Article), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Saturday 15 December 1832 [Issue No.542] page 2 2019-11-21 15:44 - he did much to relieve the human mind
' from literary and moral slavery, and there
of- a name to deter us from exercising
been the same. The astonishing ingenu
But it is not necessary -to-be an engi-
neer, nay,it is not necessary even to insiect
nor to pronbhnce whether it be useful to
soceety or not, To judge of its utility,
he did much to relieve the human mind
from literary and moral slavery, and there
of a name to deter us from exercising
But it is not necessary to be an engineer,
nay,it is not necessary even to inspect
nor to pronounce whether it be useful to
society or not, To judge of its utility,

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