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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,821,003
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,879
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,429
...
283 laawilson 182,155
284 HelenAnderson 181,380
285 DestinyProphet 180,516
286 TerryRStrong 179,882
287 janetlynngibson 178,761
288 cireen 178,253

179,882 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 7,451
October 2019 18,860
September 2019 7,494
November 2018 319
October 2018 18,119
September 2018 15,270
August 2018 23,705
July 2018 24,657
June 2018 8,657
May 2018 70
April 2018 122
March 2018 1,601
February 2018 4,737
January 2018 15,134
December 2017 16,515
November 2017 12,538
October 2017 4,633

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,801
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,858
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,416
...
286 janetlynngibson 178,761
287 wadding 178,168
288 cireen 178,121
289 TerryRStrong 177,817
290 sparksrflyin 177,540
291 kburg 177,058

177,817 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 7,440
October 2019 18,535
September 2019 7,409
November 2018 319
October 2018 18,013
September 2018 14,686
August 2018 23,328
July 2018 24,598
June 2018 8,429
May 2018 70
April 2018 122
March 2018 1,601
February 2018 4,737
January 2018 14,926
December 2017 16,467
November 2017 12,528
October 2017 4,609

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 134,342
3 mickbrook 110,749
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,280
...
37 lynell.charlton 2,175
38 jagoe 2,093
39 janfarndale 2,093
40 TerryRStrong 2,065
41 RichBlav 1,952
42 davefitz007 1,939

2,065 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 11
October 2019 325
September 2019 85
October 2018 106
September 2018 584
August 2018 377
July 2018 59
June 2018 228
January 2018 208
December 2017 48
November 2017 10
October 2017 24


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MULWALA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920. (Before Mr. H. J. Hamblin, P.M.) OYANIDING OPOSSUMS. (Article), The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954), Friday 25 June 1920 [Issue No.4426] page 3 2019-11-14 23:32 Ktrnng (Instructed by Mr. .1. A. liar-
Mr. Stroug urged that the second
Strong (Instructed by Mr. J. A. Har-
Mr. Strong urged that the second
BALLINA NEWS. Saturday. (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Tuesday 17 February 1920 page 4 2019-11-14 23:31 ner £1, Mrs. Stroug £2> Mr. E. G. Blanch £15,
ner £1, Mrs. Strong £2> Mr. E. G. Blanch £15,
COROWA HOSPITAL. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954), Tuesday 19 November 1918 [Issue No.4264] page 4 2019-11-14 23:31 Chlvoll said he and Mr. Stroug had seen
Chivell said he and Mr. Strong had seen
THE COMMANDEERED BUTTER. A Protest Against the Prices Fixed. (Article), The Farmer and Settler (Sydney, NSW : 1906 - 1955), Tuesday 24 April 1917 [Issue No.24] page 5 2019-11-14 23:30 ler), stroug-ly protesting against the
ler), strongly protesting against the
RELIGIOUS. SUNDAY, JANUARY 16, 1916. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Friday 14 January 1916 page 5 2019-11-14 23:30 rallah 7.30, Mr. S. Stroug ; Tuesday, 8 (honor
rallah 7.30, Mr. S. Strong ; Tuesday, 8 (honor
COMPLIMENTARY REMARKS BY THE WARDEN. (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 13 February 1914 page 3 2019-11-14 23:29 COMPLIMENTARY REMARKS BY -THE
; (From another Correspondent.)
'At the opening of the Warden's Court, -Mr.
Warden Burke said before commencingbusi-
noss lie Avislied on behalf of the bench, to- say
a few words of farcAvoll to Mr.. J. 0. Arm
strong, avIio Avas severing bis connection Avitli
tlio Llovd Connor Co. and consoouentlv Avith
Burraga. He Avas sorry tliat there was no
other liieniber of the bench present, but as
tlio business for the day Avas purely mining
1-Ie liad knoAVii Mr. Armstrong a number of
years, and at otlicr places before he camo to
Burraga, and a more sterling man lie had
Avas regarded as one of tho most capablo mine
knowledge Avcnt, ho thoroughly concurred in
that opinion. Ho complimented Mr. Arm'-
stroug on the fine work he liad done at Bur
raga, fighting adverse circumstances all tho
cially, Mr. Armstrong avus a gentleman any
community must fool proud of having in
bench, also as Avnrdon of tlio district, was
very sorry to say good-bj'o to Mr. Arm
strong He hoped his future Avould be as
bright as liis past, and that his next under
taking, Avliorcvcr it may be, Avould be coil-
genial to liim, and not so strenuous as the
one lie Avas about to. relinquish. Mr. Burlcc,
Armstrong's successor, Mr. Stnulcy A. Loav,
of Avhoin lie said ho had somo prov'ions know
ledge. The loss of the former, av.is, lie avhs
pleased to say, a good doal mitigated by tho
appointment . of such a line man as Mr.
Loav.
COMPLIMENTARY REMARKS BY THE
(From another Correspondent.)
At the opening of the Warden's Court, Mr.
Warden Burke said before commencing busi-
noss he wished on behalf of the bench, to say
a few words of farewell to Mr. J. O. Arm-
strong, who was severing his connection with
the Lloyd Copper Co. and consequently with
Burraga. He was sorry that there was no
other member of the bench present, but as
the business for the day was purely mining
He had known Mr. Armstrong a number of
years, and at other places before he came to
Burraga, and a more sterling man he had
was regarded as one of the most capable mine
knowledge went, he thoroughly concurred in
that opinion. He complimented Mr. Arm-
strong on the fine work he had done at Bur-
raga, fighting adverse circumstances all the
cially, Mr. Armstrong was a gentleman any
community must feel proud of having in
bench, also as warden of the district, was
very sorry to say good-bye to Mr. Arm-
strong He hoped his future would be as
bright as his past, and that his next under-
taking, wherever it may be, would be con-
genial to him, and not so strenuous as the
one he was about to relinquish. Mr. Burke,
Armstrong's successor, Mr. Stanley A. Low,
of whom he said he had some previous know-
ledge. The loss of the former, was, he was
pleased to say, a good deal mitigated by the
appointment of such a fine man as Mr.
Low.
PIANO PURCHASERS. (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 30 December 1911 page 4 2019-11-14 23:20 PIA N O I'UHCJt'A.SRRS.
Mr. Joaeixh .Strong, who is well mid fav
ourably known throughout' tho district,
lulvcrtlHCfl thiii. ho Ih prepared jto reccivo
commlHHlons for the purchuHP of pianos an<t
organs. Having had an ONi>erIenee for
nearly HO yearn on tuner -and salesman,
Mr. Stroug's advice should bo valuable to
Intending buyers. /
PIANO PURCHASERS.
Mr. Joseph Strong, who is well and fav-
ourably known throughout the district,
advertises that he is prepared to receive
commissions for the purchase of pianos and
organs. Having had an experience for
nearly 30 years as tuner and salesman,
Mr. Strong's advice should be valuable to
intending buyers.
Advertising (Advertising), The Tamworth Daily Observer (NSW : 1910 - 1916), Saturday 20 May 1911 [Issue No.120] page 5 2019-11-14 23:18 WANTED, CARPENTERS oiiti Plaster
era, at once. Apply, Mr. Stroug,
WANTED, CARPENTERS and Plaster-
ers, at once. Apply, Mr. Strong,
Shoalhaven Agricultural Society. (Article), The Shoalhaven Telegraph (NSW : 1881 - 1937), Wednesday 27 June 1906 [Issue No.299] page 3 2019-11-14 19:11 f Shoalhaven Agricultural Society. |
the School ©f Arts, Nowra, on Wednesday
bagh, Lambert, lrmstrong, Morison, Kane,
Deolabation op Poll.
Shoalhaven Agricultural Society.
the School of Arts, Nowra, on Wednesday
bagh, Lambert, Armstrong, Morison, Kane,
Declaration of Poll.
Berry National Show. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Friday 1 February 1907 [Issue No.55] page 2 2019-11-14 18:27 Berry Natitnal Shdw.
TIrt Berry Agrieultnurel l'Soty a ,itered
upon the first of its four dayis naofnl Ishow
on Wednesday last: The enlri' in iall i
classes closed with the record for the Sntot
of 6180, there being no less than 10191 in
was cor~sidered to be good for a first day.
party were present unoffllicially. The show
was ofliisilly opened by the Governor yes.
terday. Tho second day was looked upoli
as the day for judging (ie farmers' anid'
generally. Prizewinners from.this portion
llores,. -Blood: Mare with foal, C,
M'Gliuchey 2; two.-yar.old colt or geld.
Cola 2. Dairy enttlre Aged bull, .., G,
Miller 1, W. Strong 2; bull 2 yoear, W.
Miller 2; 4.toothed eow, W. J. Mollitt i,
W. Strong 2; two.year.old heifor, 0. W.
Craig 1, Ja,. Sharpe 2; yearling 'eifer, 0.
W,. Craig 1, Jin: Sharpe 2; i heifer 6 inblthli,.
Jas. Sharpo 1, J. M Strong ; hIrifer ilnder
six montlis, .r. G.'M ller 1, .l ,iirdiag2;i
lihamipioi. hull, J.. G. Miller;, pei I 4.dry
lheifers, 0. W. Crng 1; 4 yoarlilR .heifers,
C. . Craig 1, JTaI. Shltrpe 2; 'our hUifr
cnlves, James Sharpe 2t; bull 'inder 12
ionths, Bailey Bros. 2; iah'td cow, W.
Strong 2; heifer 2 yeltrs. ., J. iTohnston
2; pen 5 heifers under 15 mointsll T, It, M
Mointt 1; clhampion group any breed,'Dr.I
Hany's Ayrshires 1, G. Taute's Slihothlornl 2,
4. WV Cole's Shorthllorns.
Berry National Show.
The Berry Agricultural Society entered
upon the first of its four days national show
on Wednesday last: The entries in all
classes closed with the record for the State
of 6180, there being no less than 1091 in
was considered to be good for a first day.
party were present unofficially. The show
was officially opened by the Governor yes-
terday. The second day was looked upon
as the day for judging (ie farmers and
generally. Prizewinners from this portion
Horses,. Blood: Mare with foal, C.
M'Glinchey 2; two.-yar.old colt or geld.
Cole 2. Dairy cattle : Aged bull, J. G,
Miller 1, W. Strong 2; bull 2 years, W.
Miller 2; 4-toothed cow, W. J. Moffitt 1,
W. Strong 2; two-year-old heifer, C. W.
Craig 1, Jas., Sharpe 2; yearling heifer, C.
W. Craig 1, Jas. Sharpe 2; heifer 6 months,
Jas. Sharpe 1, J. M Strong 2 ; heifer under
six months, J. G.Miller 1, F. Harding 2 ;
champion bull, J. G. Miller; pen 4 dry
heifers, C. W. Craig 1; 4 yearling heifers,
C. W. Craig 1, Jas. Sharpe 2; four heifer
calves, James Sharpe 2; bull under 12
months, Bailey Bros. 2; aged cow, W.
Strong 2; heifer 2 years. W. J. Johnston
2; pen 5 heifers under 15 months, T. R. M.
Moffitt 1; champion group any breed, Dr.
Hay's Ayrshires 1, G. Tate's Shorthorns 2,
J. W Cole's Shorthorns.

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