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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,860,244
2 noelwoodhouse 3,929,242
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,410
5 Rhonda.M 3,208,863
...
1711 Eltonbugs 20,362
1712 ShunterSnell 20,356
1713 kgb007 20,324
1714 tdawson 20,305
1715 golfer 20,302
1716 JennyRavo 20,286

20,305 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 47
November 2019 779
October 2019 329
September 2019 149
April 2019 269
March 2019 271
December 2018 132
November 2018 178
August 2018 131
July 2018 802
April 2018 38
January 2018 13
December 2017 57
November 2017 366
October 2017 449
July 2017 18
June 2017 156
May 2017 35
April 2017 223
January 2017 545
December 2016 498
November 2016 2
October 2016 81
September 2016 54
August 2016 26
July 2016 183
June 2016 84
May 2016 26
April 2016 12
January 2016 136
December 2015 393
September 2015 27
July 2015 114
June 2015 156
May 2015 311
April 2015 149
March 2015 102
February 2015 330
January 2015 113
December 2014 437
October 2014 200
September 2014 569
August 2014 1,174
July 2014 280
June 2014 597
May 2014 1,888
March 2014 37
February 2014 248
January 2014 212
December 2013 505
November 2013 250
October 2013 233
September 2013 413
August 2013 14
June 2013 525
May 2013 1,308
April 2013 899
March 2013 352
February 2013 698
January 2013 586
December 2012 47
November 2012 263
June 2012 82
May 2012 61
April 2012 12
March 2012 3
January 2012 185
December 2011 61
November 2011 347
February 2011 6
October 2010 29

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,860,042
2 noelwoodhouse 3,929,242
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,389
5 Rhonda.M 3,208,850
...
1709 golfer 20,258
1710 lagaturn 20,243
1711 ShunterSnell 20,174
1712 tdawson 20,164
1713 wakhoworld 20,154
1714 naomitoy 20,139

20,164 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 42
November 2019 779
October 2019 324
September 2019 148
April 2019 269
March 2019 271
December 2018 93
November 2018 178
August 2018 131
July 2018 802
April 2018 38
January 2018 13
December 2017 57
November 2017 362
October 2017 449
June 2017 91
May 2017 35
April 2017 223
January 2017 545
December 2016 494
November 2016 2
October 2016 81
September 2016 54
August 2016 26
July 2016 183
June 2016 84
May 2016 26
April 2016 12
January 2016 136
December 2015 393
September 2015 27
July 2015 114
June 2015 156
May 2015 311
April 2015 149
March 2015 102
February 2015 330
January 2015 113
December 2014 437
October 2014 200
September 2014 569
August 2014 1,174
July 2014 280
June 2014 597
May 2014 1,888
March 2014 37
February 2014 248
January 2014 212
December 2013 505
November 2013 250
October 2013 233
September 2013 413
August 2013 14
June 2013 525
May 2013 1,308
April 2013 899
March 2013 352
February 2013 698
January 2013 586
December 2012 47
November 2012 263
June 2012 82
May 2012 61
April 2012 12
March 2012 3
January 2012 185
December 2011 61
November 2011 347
February 2011 6
October 2010 29

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 137,757
3 mickbrook 113,428
4 GeoffMMutton 77,455
5 murds5 61,555
...
310 djrey 143
311 IRM22 142
312 josee6 141
313 tdawson 141
314 Bellern 139
315 ChrisHampton 139

141 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 5
October 2019 5
September 2019 1
December 2018 39
November 2017 4
July 2017 18
June 2017 65
December 2016 4


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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1844. (Article), The Guardian (Sydney, NSW : 1844), Saturday 21 September 1844 [Issue No.28] page 219 2019-12-11 09:24 under the Vagarant Act as an idle and dis
three mouths on the treadmill as a rogue
I anil vocrahnnrl it wdr nnlv Inst week that
a 7 -----
his last convictiou might be produced in
last Mondoy it was proved by the records
I that the prisoner had been dealt with under
jgary, and pretended to be able to speak
I nothing but rrcnch) tnut uGlvxr w inuGyor
crown ; whew, if he had been properly dealt
constable. 'I he prisoner was then convicted
I months.
under the Vagarant Act as an idle and dis-
three months on the treadmill as a rogue
and vagabond ; it was only last week that
his last conviction might be produced in
last Monday it was proved by the records
that the prisoner had been dealt with under
gary, and pretended to be able to speak
nothing but French. that he, Mr. Windeyer
crown ; when, if he had been properly dealt
constable. The prisoner was then convicted
months.
Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1844. (Article), The Guardian (Sydney, NSW : 1844), Saturday 21 September 1844 [Issue No.28] page 219 2019-12-11 09:21 some razors for sale, and knowing his char
acter as a reputed thief, took him iuto cus
inquiry, the owners of the razors were dis
I Uti4> Ana nnSiYin -Pai» wKiaIi Vl O Via /I ilPAII
I UUb UllV U1IUIU auv " aiivu uv
order. He then engaged to set half a dozen
some razors for sale, and knowing his char-
acter as a reputed thief, took him iuto cus-
inquiry, the owners of the razors were dis-
but one crime, for which he had been
No title (Article), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Friday 29 September 1837 [Issue No.440] page 2 2019-12-01 16:07 During the present month.no leas than
three individuals have been coiumitted from tho
sessions of the Supremo Court for wilful murder.
Two hnvo been committed from Port Macquarie
and one from tho district of Cook. We nre
particulars : — ' A prisoner of the Crown, named
John Cnrey Willis, was fully committed by Wm.
N. Gray, Esq, Police Magistrate at Port Mnc
quarie, on the 15th inst., for tho wilful murder
of Dennis Malonie, n convict attached to a roud
party, on tho 20th of August last. The murder
was discoveretl in consequence of a statement
other parties : the Magistrate doubted the state
ment, which led to further investigation, und the
trial at the ensuing sessions of tho Supreme
Court. Another convict, named James Free
Kenny, at the Settlement Farm, in tho district
of Port Macquarie, in Junu last. An inquiry hud
it was discovered in tho river, aud the jury upon
thnt occasion returned a verdict of ' found
drowned.' Tho prisoner, on the mth of Septem
he wns* tho' pnrty who had caused the death
of the dccciued by pushing Kim into the river and
placed ou his trial ut the approaching sessions
During the present month.no less than
three individuals have been committed from the
sessions of the Supreme Court for wilful murder.
Two have been committed from Port Macquarie
and one from the district of Cook. We are
particulars : — "A prisoner of the Crown, named
John Carey Willis, was fully committed by Wm.
N. Gray, Esq, Police Magistrate at Port Mac-
quarie, on the 15th inst., for the wilful murder
of Dennis Malonie, a convict attached to a road
party, on the 20th of August last. The murder
was discovered in consequence of a statement
other parties : the Magistrate doubted the state-
ment, which led to further investigation, and the
trial at the ensuing sessions of the Supreme
Court. Another convict, named James Freeman
Kenny, at the Settlement Farm, in the district
of Port Macquarie, in June last. An inquiry had
it was discovered in the river, aud the jury upon
that occasion returned a verdict of 'found
drowned.' The prisoner, on the18th of Septem-
he was the party who had caused the death
of the deceased by pushing him into the river and
placed on his trial at the approaching sessions
No. 6. "An Act to establish Courts of Requests at the "Towns of Melbourne and Port Macquarie, "in the Colony of New South Wales." (Government Gazette Proclamations and Legislation), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Saturday 31 August 1839 [Issue No.445 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 969 2019-12-01 08:42 ANNO TEETIO
VICTORIA REGINiE.
Territory of New South Wales and its De
(C Towns of Melbourne and Port Macquarie,
cf in the Colony of New South Wales'*
ANNO TERTIO
VICTORIA REGINAE.
Territory of New South Wales and its De-
"Towns of Melbourne and Port Macquarie,
"in the Colony of New South Wales"
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) PARRAMATTAS. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 24 October 1844 [Issue No.2323] page 2 2019-11-26 16:21 I (From our various Corresiwndenls.J
i ---
PAIUIAMATTA.
PuoiLisTic.-On Monday morning lost, at
tween Georgo Hough nnd Hnddy-Gnad), both
natives of the colony, nt Bungnrrnbec, for £100
n side. The battle lasted for nn hour and a
qunrter, nnd upwards of fort) rounds viere
fought, when the champion (HoughJ bv n
tremendous blow m the louis left his anta-
(From our various Correspondents.)
---
PARRAMATTA.
PUGILISTIC.-On Monday morning last, at
tween George Hough and Haddy-Gaddy), both
natives of the colony, at Bungarrabee, for £100
a side. The battle lasted for an hour and a
quarter, and upwards of forty rounds were
fought, when the champion (Hough) by a
tremendous blow m the loins left his anta-
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 18 January 1853 [Issue No.4892] page 3 2019-11-26 13:31 "¡COTICE. - L. CETTA, who is re
¿ti í"T!? ftonl business, in returning
"MKS for the very liberal support he has
riT, i rom his Patrons in Sydney, and
v«LCi y 8enernll-v> during the last thirteen
years iio has been in business as Carver,
«"lier, Lcoking-glass Silverer, &n., solicits
, c°ntinuance of their favours for his suc
¡?eäsoM, Messrs. Richardson und Leech, whom
»»cCpani confl<lcntiy recommend, as he is well
";" ?.d they will give every satisfaction in
"Muting aU orders entrusted to their charge
Punctually, and in a workmanlike manner.
,jr. accounts due to Mr. Cetta must be
pMdtefore the 31st January._ 2115
NOTICE. — L. CETTA, who is re-
tiring from business, in returning
thanks for the very liberal support he has
received from his Patrons in Sydney, and
the colony generally, during the last thirteen
years he has been in business as Carver,
Gilder, Looking-glass Silverer, &c., solicits
a continuance of their favours for his suc-
cessors, Messrs. Richardson and Leech, whom
he can confidently recommend, as he is well
satisfied they will give every satisfaction in
executing all orders entrusted to their charge
punctually, and in a workmanlike manner.
All accounts due to Mr. Cetta must be
paid before the 31st January. 2115
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 16 June 1845 [Issue No.2524] page 3 2019-11-26 13:14 LOST OR STOLEN. "
iURING Mr. Cetta's absence at Laun-
two pictures were taken from his Bhop in
George-.-.treet, the one in a black and gold
frame, subject-the Holy Trinity (a punt),
LOST OR STOLEN.
DURING Mr. Cetta's absence at Laun-
two pictures were taken from his shop in
George-street, the one in a black and gold
frame, subject—the Holy Trinity (a print),
COURT OF REQUESTS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Tuesday 4 December 1866 [Issue No.2,763] page 2 2019-11-25 10:30 O. Lynch v. J. Backler.-Dishonored pro-
missory note, £9. Verdict for plaintiff. Î
G. Lynch v. J. Backler.-Dishonored pro-
missory note, £9. Verdict for plaintiff.
(To the Editor of the Chronicle) (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Tuesday 10 November 1868 [Issue No.666] page 2 2019-11-25 10:22 J. B&ckleb.
J. BACKLER
To the Editor of the Herald. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 15 January 1861 [Issue No.7053] page 6 2019-11-25 09:13 To the Editor of the Herald. I
Sis,-Kr.o«ing your liberal views regarding the dine arts ia.this
colony, I make bold to request the insertion of a few remark«,
prompted by the perusal of a letter from Mr. Sheridan Moat«, in
Saturday's issue, on the subject of the Govoinor-Oaneirtl's
I believe that most liberal persons will concur with í"¿b. Moore,
that tte painting it possible should be executed in the '¿stony (un-
less ¡tis presumed that Artists coning to this colony must neces-
sarily loave their talents on the other side of the '¿hie) ; but be
| also points expressly to Mr. Anderson as the Artist*, Surely, Mr.
Moore cannot be ignorant that there are other, ?artists in tb»
Mr. Smith, Mr, Noble, and your humble eerrant,lSa>bo some years
since had the honour to paint tho portraits no<-¿ in the Supreme
Court, »f the late Sir James Dowling, nnd Sir I', rancis Forbes, ai d
which, I believe gave gsaeral satisfaction to ' .ho gentlemen of the
Bar, for who» they were painted.
Bopposlagitwas. agrasato nava the P jura it painted here, I
presume hw ExoeUenoy would ba te» rr jW!h engaged ob the eve
of bl» departure from we colony, te spa,-,, the lime necessary for
the sittings. Thereto!», If the few artists that »re hero have
confidence in their abilities, I won' 4 propose that »tea otter to
make a psintlng from the puWcwra-ph^ and let the best and most
truthful likeness |be accepted by the committee. I think thi»
would b» the Beans of proving to the public, that »psintlng
worthy of tb» inbjtet in qnes»,I0B, «."ia fc, painted in New rJoiuE
Wales. Trusting 1 have no¿ cneroaohtd too muoh on your raitt
I am 8Ir, yours &o;, ._
J. BACKLEE.
» January lltb%
To the Editor of the Herald.
SIR,-Knowing your liberal views regarding the fine arts in this
colony, I make bold to request the insertion of a few remarks,
prompted by the perusal of a letter from Mr. Sheridan Moore, in
Saturday's issue, on the subject of the Governor-General's
I believe that most liberal persons will concur with Mr. Moore,
that the painting if possible should be executed in the colony (un-
less it is presumed that Artists coning to this colony must neces-
sarily leave their talents on the other side of the line) ; but he
also points expressly to Mr. Anderson as the Artist. Surely, Mr.
Moore cannot be ignorant that there are other artists in the
Mr. Smith, Mr, Noble, and your humble servant, who some years
since had the honour to paint tho portraits now in the Supreme
Court, of the late Sir James Dowling, and Sir Francis Forbes, and
which, I believe gave general satisfaction to the gentlemen of the
Bar, for whom they were painted.
Supposing it was agreed to have the Portrait painted here, I
presume hw Excellency would be too much engaged on the eve
of his departure from the colony, to spare the time necessary for
the sittings. Therefore, if the few artists that are here have
confidence in their abilities, I would propose that each offer to
make a painting from the photographs and let the best and most
truthful likeness |be accepted by the committee. I think this
would be the means of proving to the public, that a painting
worthy of the subject in question could be painted in New South
Wales. Trusting I have not encroached too much on your valu-
I am SIr, yours &c.,
J. BACKLER.
January 14th

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