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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,701,541
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,324
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,132
4 DonnaTelfer 3,203,679
5 Rhonda.M 3,005,865
...
654 lasljen 68,818
655 adeencowell 68,794
656 RickyH 68,624
657 silverstar 68,597
658 traveller 68,592
659 kav123 68,408

68,597 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 989
July 2019 2,012
June 2019 1,799
May 2019 3,374
April 2019 882
March 2019 456
February 2019 2,169
January 2019 221
December 2018 1,059
November 2018 2,895
October 2018 6
September 2018 383
August 2018 3,054
July 2018 540
June 2018 422
May 2018 783
April 2018 1,758
March 2018 829
February 2018 1,514
January 2018 1,337
December 2017 373
November 2017 35
October 2017 1,587
September 2017 445
August 2017 151
July 2017 1,557
June 2017 6,744
May 2017 2,482
April 2017 77
March 2017 138
February 2017 404
January 2017 381
December 2016 254
November 2016 65
October 2016 18
September 2016 151
August 2016 1,038
July 2016 20
June 2016 1,496
May 2016 822
April 2016 1,488
March 2016 896
February 2016 211
January 2016 120
December 2015 45
November 2015 144
October 2015 800
September 2015 176
August 2015 26
July 2015 151
June 2015 344
May 2015 891
April 2015 2,340
March 2015 37
February 2015 87
January 2015 64
December 2014 155
November 2014 66
October 2014 638
September 2014 692
August 2014 1,115
July 2014 927
June 2014 114
May 2014 1,450
April 2014 513
March 2014 331
February 2014 599
January 2014 555
December 2013 1,525
November 2013 51
October 2013 111
September 2013 187
August 2013 175
July 2013 451
June 2013 114
May 2013 72
April 2013 41
March 2013 313
November 2012 299
October 2012 271
September 2012 191
August 2012 351
July 2012 295
June 2012 197
May 2012 55
April 2012 134
March 2012 6
February 2012 36
January 2012 95
December 2011 194
November 2011 151
October 2011 119
September 2011 6
August 2011 203
July 2011 1,121
June 2011 1,013
May 2011 73
April 2011 13
March 2011 55
February 2011 176
January 2011 548
December 2010 34
November 2010 226

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,701,357
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,324
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,003
4 DonnaTelfer 3,203,658
5 Rhonda.M 3,005,852
...
651 PANDANN 69,178
652 lasljen 68,818
653 adeencowell 68,608
654 silverstar 68,597
655 traveller 68,507
656 kav123 68,408

68,597 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 989
July 2019 2,012
June 2019 1,799
May 2019 3,374
April 2019 882
March 2019 456
February 2019 2,169
January 2019 221
December 2018 1,059
November 2018 2,895
October 2018 6
September 2018 383
August 2018 3,054
July 2018 540
June 2018 422
May 2018 783
April 2018 1,758
March 2018 829
February 2018 1,514
January 2018 1,337
December 2017 373
November 2017 35
October 2017 1,587
September 2017 445
August 2017 151
July 2017 1,557
June 2017 6,744
May 2017 2,482
April 2017 77
March 2017 138
February 2017 404
January 2017 381
December 2016 254
November 2016 65
October 2016 18
September 2016 151
August 2016 1,038
July 2016 20
June 2016 1,496
May 2016 822
April 2016 1,488
March 2016 896
February 2016 211
January 2016 120
December 2015 45
November 2015 144
October 2015 800
September 2015 176
August 2015 26
July 2015 151
June 2015 344
May 2015 891
April 2015 2,340
March 2015 37
February 2015 87
January 2015 64
December 2014 155
November 2014 66
October 2014 638
September 2014 692
August 2014 1,115
July 2014 927
June 2014 114
May 2014 1,450
April 2014 513
March 2014 331
February 2014 599
January 2014 555
December 2013 1,525
November 2013 51
October 2013 111
September 2013 187
August 2013 175
July 2013 451
June 2013 114
May 2013 72
April 2013 41
March 2013 313
November 2012 299
October 2012 271
September 2012 191
August 2012 351
July 2012 295
June 2012 197
May 2012 55
April 2012 134
March 2012 6
February 2012 36
January 2012 95
December 2011 194
November 2011 151
October 2011 119
September 2011 6
August 2011 203
July 2011 1,121
June 2011 1,013
May 2011 73
April 2011 13
March 2011 55
February 2011 176
January 2011 548
December 2010 34
November 2010 226

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
DR. PAUL FRASER. A PETITION FOR DIVORCE. GRANTED TO-DAY. SEQUEL TO A SENSATION. HIS WIFE RE-MARRIED. HER EXTRAORDINARY LETTERS. (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 16 August 1905 [Issue No.9311] page 3 2019-08-17 18:48 E. J. Corr, barrister and : . Rir.
stated that he was acting Tot <;!-
tloner. In Mnrch, 1900, after Mrs I": user's
what she tvns going to do. She replied,
get the child, ns she would take it with
her. lie asked her what she intended to
do with regnrd to the doctor, and she re
I did to him.' ' He told h»r not to talk
support her. She replied, "1 will never
came Into the office and said, "The doe-
"He can easily get good grounds. I cin
E. J. Corr, barrister and [solicitor]
stated that he was acting for pet
tioner. In March, 1900, after Mrs Fraser's
what she was going to do. She replied,
get the child, as she would take it with
her. He asked her what she intended to
do with regard to the doctor, and she re
I did to him.'' He told her not to talk
support her. She replied, "I will never
came into the office and said, "The doc-
"He can easily get good grounds. I can
Stella's Ladies Letter "May field." South Yarra, Thursday, September 28. (Article), Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939), Friday 29 September 1899 [Issue No.743] page 18 2019-08-17 18:36 d MRS. FRASER,
^ Wh^jshot her husband, Dr. Paul Wilkes Fraser, at St. Kilda, last week.
MRS. FRASER,
Who shot her husband, Dr. Paul Wilkes Fraser, at St. Kilda, last week.
St. Kilda Shooting Case. (Article), The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934), Friday 30 March 1900 [Issue No.1,266] page 21 2019-08-17 16:38 deserved it, bnt that she must not do it again
Tho lady was most penitent; hut her tears
for what sho had done. Considered
bo a most affeetionato wife; a tender
such a thing before. His weil-atfected
surprise became him; hut ho was brevity
deserved it, but that she must not do it again
The lady was most penitent; but her tears
for what she had done. Considered
be a most affeetionate wife; a tender
such a thing before. His well-affected
surprise became him; but ho was brevity
Our Illustrations THE RAILWAY STRIKE AN INTERESTING RECORD (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 23 May 1903 [Issue No.1,763] page 13 2019-08-16 10:14 n,1>n.rrc SVMPXTHTSKRS AND SPECTATORS, ON THE YARRA BANK, ON SUNDAY. THE
SYMPATHISERS AND SPECTATORS ON THE YARRA BANK, ON SUNDAY. THE
Our Illustrations THE RAILWAY STRIKE AN INTERESTING RECORD (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 23 May 1903 [Issue No.1,763] page 13 2019-08-16 10:13 v . ,m.f cB.Ef x
|jffl|f w lft"'' " r '"A - — _,,.I,- \SSt-''j;,rfrs2Ss8 a0C;\' " !: h . r.lVING THE NEWS "THAT THE STRIKE IS OVER " (Drawn bv Fred. Kneebone, from description). 3. MR THOMAS RENT, THE MINISTER OF


Our Illustrations THE RAILWAY STRIKE AN INTERESTING RECORD (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 23 May 1903 [Issue No.1,763] page 13 2019-08-16 10:13 The in ding of" "the Strike: The Government an. th
The Ending of the Strike: The Government an. th
Our Illustrations THE RAILWAY STRIKE AN INTERESTING RECORD (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 23 May 1903 [Issue No.1,763] page 13 2019-08-16 10:12 — - — j)
Heep tie Wheels Going Round.
' AT X0Rra MEL1JOURNB. 2. PROFESSOR KERNOT GIVING INSTRUCTIONS ON LOCOMOTIVE DRIVING. 3. THE MECHANISM OF THE WESTING HOUSE BRAKE
Keep the Wheels Going Round.
' AT NORTH MELBOURNE. 2. PROFESSOR KERNOT GIVING INSTRUCTIONS ON LOCOMOTIVE DRIVING. 3. THE MECHANISM OF THE WESTING HOUSE BRAKE
Our Illustrations THE RAILWAY STRIKE AN INTERESTING RECORD (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 23 May 1903 [Issue No.1,763] page 13 2019-08-16 10:11 w railway Strike
, -
railway strike, now, happily, terminated.
ments made at the Nort Melbourne ,oco.
oft he train traffic, and the officers of the
mails branch had to set to work to devis=
despatch of mails from. Melbourne to all
fin tllfi TYl 3 1 n. llnoo niolla Omntr
Steps, were taken without delay to
lines where the train service was ent'rely
The incident of loading malUbags on to
and for. the Deputy Speaker. Mr Duggan,
bers Into his confidence in a familiar
Fred Kneebone, "Tlie Weekly Times"
I showing the meeting of the men at the
i Old Trades Hall, has exceptional interest.
I The members of the Drivers' Association
-had:done the best thing under the circum
the railway Strike

railway strike, now, happily terminated.
ments made at the Nort Melbourne Loco.
of the train traffic, and the officers of the
mails branch had to set to work to devise
despatch of mails from Melbourne to all
on the main lines mails were sent away
Steps were taken without delay to
lines where the train service was entirely
The incident of loading mailbags on to
and for the Deputy Speaker. Mr Duggan,
bers into his confidence in a familiar
Fred Kneebone, "The Weekly Times"
showing the meeting of the men at the
Old Trades Hall, has exceptional interest.
The members of the Drivers' Association
had done the best thing under the circum
WARRNAMBOOL. THE MOTOR TRAIN. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Friday 7 March 1913 [Issue No.17708] page 1 2019-08-16 10:07 toa- imlptnoe ofithe M'Keen motor, which,
•us UiMeiigbmgioverhaullmgAanduddighiV
Some! of the grants of thbiM'Kbem.car,:
while -uo . doubt suitable for American
• are Bomeivhat light for.tho
work on tho Warmambool-Hamiltoh
toa- in place of the McKeen motor, which,
•us UiMeiigbmgi overhauling AanduddighiV
Some! of the grants of the McKeen car,
while no doubt suitable for American
are someivhat light for the
work on the Warmambool-Hamiltoh
THE RAILWAYS. STEAM MOTOR BREAKS DOWN. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 15 September 1914 [Issue No.18,561] page 11 2019-08-16 10:06 STEAM ilOTOR BRErUCS DOWN.
Infocmation reached the Railway depart
ment yesterday to tho effect that the steam
motor car which deuls with the railway
traific between Alary borough nnd St. Arn-
aud .broko down yesterday morning whilst
olly. An engine and care had to bo de
onssengers on to their destination, and the
motor was -brought back to Alaryborough
for repairs. Tiie passengers were delayed
STEAM MOTOR BREAKS DOWN.
Information reached the Railway depart
ment yesterday to the effect that the steam
motor car which deals with the railway
traffic between Maryborough and St. Arn-
and broke down yesterday morning whilst
olly. An engine and cars had to be de
passengers on to their destination, and the
motor was brought back to Maryborough
for repairs. The passengers were delayed

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