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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,903,799
2 noelwoodhouse 3,961,310
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,803
5 Rhonda.M 3,299,000
...
535 kwikfox 92,123
536 Armadale9 91,931
537 Armadale8 91,917
538 wushie27 91,678
539 Frazeri 91,546
540 greenpoint 91,353

91,678 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 660
December 2019 81
November 2019 26
October 2019 81
September 2019 331
August 2019 163
July 2019 416
June 2019 204
May 2019 59
April 2019 537
March 2019 701
February 2019 306
January 2019 238
December 2018 349
November 2018 611
October 2018 1,182
September 2018 736
August 2018 494
July 2018 1,317
June 2018 1,606
May 2018 875
April 2018 799
March 2018 117
February 2018 80
January 2018 464
December 2017 520
November 2017 314
September 2017 110
August 2017 13
July 2017 350
June 2017 2,562
May 2017 2,694
April 2017 1,324
March 2017 605
February 2017 78
January 2017 146
November 2016 167
October 2016 1,330
September 2016 1,789
August 2016 1,088
July 2016 431
June 2016 686
May 2016 1,631
April 2016 719
March 2016 71
February 2016 592
January 2016 586
December 2015 534
November 2015 823
October 2015 149
August 2015 10
July 2015 183
June 2015 33
April 2015 742
March 2015 1,380
February 2015 587
January 2015 769
December 2014 878
November 2014 635
October 2014 649
September 2014 478
August 2014 114
July 2014 85
June 2014 322
May 2014 138
April 2014 317
March 2014 223
February 2014 90
January 2014 14
December 2013 126
November 2013 233
October 2013 346
September 2013 146
August 2013 10
July 2013 6
June 2013 13
May 2013 74
April 2013 622
March 2013 453
February 2013 192
December 2012 29
November 2012 77
October 2012 259
September 2012 275
August 2012 435
July 2012 502
June 2012 173
May 2012 1,911
April 2012 89
March 2012 440
February 2012 445
January 2012 92
December 2011 390
November 2011 257
October 2011 2,387
September 2011 2,393
August 2011 1,067
July 2011 75
June 2011 1,553
May 2011 48
April 2011 368
March 2011 1,467
February 2011 528
January 2011 158
December 2010 733
November 2010 3,709
October 2010 6,503
September 2010 3,458
August 2010 3,980
July 2010 2,182
June 2010 4,367
May 2010 4,734
April 2010 1,991
March 2010 2,990

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,903,597
2 noelwoodhouse 3,961,310
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,777
5 Rhonda.M 3,298,987
...
535 Armadale9 91,931
536 Armadale8 91,917
537 Frazeri 91,546
538 wushie27 91,545
539 greenpoint 91,312
540 Mirrabooka8 90,991

91,545 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 655
December 2019 81
November 2019 26
October 2019 81
September 2019 331
August 2019 159
July 2019 416
June 2019 195
May 2019 59
April 2019 527
March 2019 691
February 2019 303
January 2019 238
December 2018 340
November 2018 610
October 2018 1,164
September 2018 733
August 2018 493
July 2018 1,295
June 2018 1,582
May 2018 875
April 2018 799
March 2018 117
February 2018 80
January 2018 464
December 2017 520
November 2017 314
September 2017 110
August 2017 13
July 2017 350
June 2017 2,556
May 2017 2,688
April 2017 1,324
March 2017 605
February 2017 78
January 2017 146
November 2016 167
October 2016 1,330
September 2016 1,789
August 2016 1,086
July 2016 431
June 2016 686
May 2016 1,631
April 2016 719
March 2016 71
February 2016 592
January 2016 586
December 2015 534
November 2015 823
October 2015 149
August 2015 10
July 2015 183
June 2015 33
April 2015 742
March 2015 1,380
February 2015 587
January 2015 769
December 2014 878
November 2014 635
October 2014 649
September 2014 478
August 2014 114
July 2014 85
June 2014 322
May 2014 138
April 2014 317
March 2014 223
February 2014 90
January 2014 14
December 2013 126
November 2013 233
October 2013 346
September 2013 146
August 2013 10
July 2013 6
June 2013 13
May 2013 74
April 2013 622
March 2013 453
February 2013 192
December 2012 29
November 2012 77
October 2012 259
September 2012 275
August 2012 435
July 2012 502
June 2012 173
May 2012 1,911
April 2012 89
March 2012 440
February 2012 445
January 2012 92
December 2011 390
November 2011 257
October 2011 2,387
September 2011 2,393
August 2011 1,067
July 2011 75
June 2011 1,553
May 2011 48
April 2011 368
March 2011 1,467
February 2011 528
January 2011 158
December 2010 733
November 2010 3,709
October 2010 6,503
September 2010 3,458
August 2010 3,980
July 2010 2,182
June 2010 4,367
May 2010 4,734
April 2010 1,991
March 2010 2,990

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 340,334
2 PhilThomas 140,656
3 GeoffMMutton 129,403
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
331 emdell 133
332 Kim-b. 133
333 tommylne 133
334 wushie27 133
335 cireen 132
336 honeypup 132

133 line(s) corrected.

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January 2020 5
August 2019 4
June 2019 9
April 2019 10
March 2019 10
February 2019 3
December 2018 9
November 2018 1
October 2018 18
September 2018 3
August 2018 1
July 2018 22
June 2018 24
June 2017 6
May 2017 6
August 2016 2


Recent corrections

Article Changed Old lines New lines
SEARCH FOR MISSING LANDOWNER NOVEL DIRECTION BY JUDGE TO USE RADIO (Article), The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938), Saturday 14 March 1931 [Issue No.2270] page 5 2020-01-28 14:02 NOVEL' DIRECTION
. , : BY, JUDGE
JUDGE .CUItLEWIS broke new
.ground -in the- District Court
bfoadcasting as a means of adver-
tising., , „
' Besides ' ordorlng that"" the Crown
shotild advertise for a missing owner;
of land by tho Insertion of three
notices in thrco
successive wcoks,
ments should bo
Ojnd B stations.
aroso out of a
novot application,
probably, tho' first
of ItSjkind. by tho
Hallways, under
tho Lands Acqul
flltlon Act, seek
ing- directions as
| to steps to bo tak-
I on t. to find tho
owner of a sito
I which had been '
acquired by tho Commonwealth Gov
ernment for a post otneo at Mandu-
rama. "
Tho Government was in' tho posl-
1 tion that It could not traco tho owner
I so as. to pay compensation.
It was explained that the ownei.
about' 1870, but tho oldest Inhabitant
of tho district did not know bis where
Robins was an hotolkcepcr at Car-
Tho Minister Is anxious that Robins
oc .his - relatives should bo found in
order that they may receive tho com-
ponsatloo. , ..
NOVEL DIRECTION

BY JUDGE
JUDGE .CURLEWIS broke new
ground in the District Court
broadcasting as a means of adver-
tising.
Besides orderlng that the Crown
should advertise for a missing owner;
of land by the Insertion of three
notices in three
successive weeks,
ments should be
and B stations.
arose out of a
novel application,
probably, the first
of Its kind by the
Railways, under
the Lands Acqui
sitlon Act, seek
ing directions as
to steps to be tak-
en toeind tho
owner of a site
which had been
acquired by the Commonwealth Gov
ernment for a post poffice at Mandu-
rama.
The Government was in the posl-
tion that It could not trace the owner
so as to pay compensation.
It was explained that the owner
about 1870, but the oldest Inhabitant
of the district did not know his where
Robins was an hotelkeeper at Car-
The Minister Is anxious that Robins
or his relatives should be found in
order that they may receive the com-
pensatlon.
A 50 TEARS' BATHURST RESIDENT GONE (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Tuesday 14 July 1914 page 2 2020-01-28 13:11 A 50 YEARS' BATIIURST RE-
A 50 YEARS' BATHURST RE-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 24 May 1910 [Issue No.22,576] page 12 2020-01-28 10:08 SWANBOROUGH-The I-rienda of Sir and Sirs
lo yv. GOODIN Mr and Mr« C H MATTHEWS
Jlr Mrs H TEMPLETON Mr Mr« FREDERICK
TEMPLETON uni Mi SYDNEY TEMPLETON arc
a-csjicetfullv invited to ittend the 1 uncral of their
lite 1 cloyed MCI III It Mary Swanborough to mon
iiom 20 little Clove! mil sheet Redfern TOMORROW
SWANBOROUGH- Du I rlcnds of WILLIAM mil
SWANBOROUGH-The Friends of Mr and Mrs
W. GOODIN Mr and Mrs C H MATTHEWS,
Mr and Mrs H TEMPLETON, Mr., Mrs FREDERICK
TEMPLETON and Mr SYDNEY TEMPLETON are
respectfullv invited to attend the Funeral of their
late beloved MOTHER Mary Swanborough to move
from 20 Little Cleveland street Redfern TOMORROW
SWANBOROUGH- The Friends of WILLIAM and
GENERAL NEWS. (Article), The Murchison Times and Day Dawn Gazette (Cue, WA : 1894 - 1925), Tuesday 21 May 1907 [Issue No.119] page 2 2020-01-27 15:33 Elizabeth Suttor died from uppoplcxy,
Elizabeth Suttor died from apoplexy,
ALLEGED WIFE DESERTER. Sydney, May 22. (Article), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 23 May 1907 [Issue No.3636] page 8 2020-01-27 15:30 ALLEGED WIFE DESERTER.' :- V ?
In chambers this morning R6x-r
serting his wife, Elizabeth Jan©
Suttor, who resided at Cue. Ifc
formation had beea received from
West Australia that Mrs. Suttor;'
tho application and quashed the or
ALLEGED WIFE DESERTER.
In chambers this morning Rox-
serting his wife, Elizabeth Jane
Suttor, who resided at Cue. It
formation had been received from
West Australia that Mrs. Suttor
the application and quashed the or
MATRIMONIAL DISPUTE ROGER SUTTOR'S APPEAL CASE SUDDENLY COLLAPSES OWING TO DEATH OF THE WIFE SYDNEY, Wednesday (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 23 May 1907 page 2 2020-01-27 15:17 fHATRIIHOHIAL DISPUTE
MATRIMONIAL DISPUTE
MATRIMONIAL DISPUTE ROGER SUTTOR'S APPEAL CASE SUDDENLY COLLAPSES OWING TO DEATH OF THE WIFE SYDNEY, Wednesday (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 23 May 1907 page 2 2020-01-27 15:14 His Honor therefore granted th'r
applcation and the order was quashed.'
His Honor therefore granted the
applcation and the order was quashed.
MATRIMONIAL DISPUTE ROGER SUTTOR'S APPEAL CASE SUDDENLY COLLAPSES OWING TO DEATH OF THE WIFE SYDNEY, Wednesday (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 23 May 1907 page 2 2020-01-27 15:14 agreed co nis coming, ana 3oraea mm
at Bathurst. She subsequently leffe
suit for 3 udicial separation which was
agreed to his coming, and joined him
at Bathurst. She subsequently left
suit for judicial separation which was
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 27 November 1936 [Issue No.30,859] page 19 2020-01-27 15:10 IN THt bUPREME COUR1 OF NEW SOUTH
WALrs -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Estate
of ROGER ROXBURGH SUTTOR lote of Balgay
near Nyngan lu the State of New South Wales
VIOLET NINA SUITOR the Widow of the said
deceased and all persons having nny claims against
the said Estate ore required to forward particulars
thereof to the undersigned within the sold period
tioned nddrcss and notice is hereby given that ap-
ITjASHMAN Proctor for Applicant Pangce-strcet
Nyngan By his Agents McDONELL and MOr
FlTT corner Wynyord-sticet Sydney_
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Estate
of ROGER ROXBURGH SUTTOR late of Balgay
near Nyngan in the State of New South Wales
VIOLET NINA SUTTOR the Widow of the said
deceased and all persons having any claims against
the said Estate are required to forward particulars
thereof to the undersigned within the said period
tioned address and notice is hereby given that ap-
FLASHMAN Proctor for Applicant Pangee-street
Nyngan By his Agents McDONELL and MOF
FlTT corner Wynyard-street Sydney_
BOXING. HOLBERG DEFEATS PORTEK THE DANE TOO HUSKY—JACK STANLEY'S WIN—SOME GOOD BATTLES AMONG THE LESSER LIGHTS. BRISBANE. November 17. (Article), Referee (Sydney, NSW : 1886 - 1939), Wednesday 19 November 1913 [Issue No.1412] page 8 2020-01-27 11:48 i:v-wiciiN(iW*'
if;, i ; ; HOLBERG DEFEATS PdRTEK '
ifciv:- .JTHB^DANB^.TOO- HUSKY— JACK STANLEY'S
ii*'V--/'.:ini-'''Vfi'IN-Hai.bMB GOOD BATTLES1 AMONG 'THE
fSU:^' :'?''? V'f'w^'Vl XESSER LIGHTS! ?'''' ' ' - :'
!' ' . (FROa '/THE! nEFEREE' SPECIAL COK- . . ,
;-/ . ' .. ? .BRISBANE. November 17i
' Waldemnr Holborg, 10.1, proved1 too husky
anil determined for Len Porter, 9.121, at Baker'3
Ztalander boxed well, ho had not the strength
to stand up to the «dashlng Dane. Porter was
Bcmewhat awkwardly, to be- sure, to the Jaw;
lint thepA v/aa netvnr nnmicrh dftvli In thn niinchGR
to make Holberg' wink. The latter kept after
Ills man, punishing him- about the body until
the akin showed a big crimson patch. By the
fliffns of punishment, and early in the eighth a
blood from PoTter's right eye. This evidently
too. because several claims he ha'd made against
Holberg for alleged low blows wore not .noticed;
nor did' there seem tangibly reason why they
liim with the left to the stomach, and, turning
to his seconds, Porter signalled' for the towel.
that Porter, used' to the cool temperatures of.
New Zealand, had found? the Queensland. climate
Jack Stanley justified ail that has been said
Wednesday night1 at Baker's Stadium in nine
' displayed a rather crude smother at the outset,
: but he fought himself out of it, and had not
gone far before ho proved' that he knew too
and his blows possessed both force and, preci
l--;en a prolific source of conversation all the
week. 'Everyone has been wonaering how it all
vay. Medical examination during the week
arid was generally run down, the doctor ordering
1 This compelled' the calling off of his match
Mr.-.Marre'at once ? secured ?? Jimmy Hill's con
? to-day by steamer. No one expected that w-
vculd so soon have the pleasure of seeing him
in action again; but he will bo welcome, partl
, cularly against such a clever opponent as Thorn.
The 'old feather champion and the' new champion
?aliould provide something superlative in the way
orfeclence.
. ? Thorn reckons he Is safe to. take Jimmy's title
f'-qm him before' ho has had time to got used' |
? vt Sir Ost- next Saturday nlgh't. ? A side-bet ' ot
£25 is also talked of by Thorn. 'Wo shall see
vjiat wo shnll 'see, of course, but Hill is no
thrcp champion, as ho showed in his niatch
? with HusboII, and Frank will have to be at his
?.?;.; tor to carry out his threat.
BOXING
HOLBERG DEFEATS PdRTEK '
THE DANE TOO- HUSKY— JACK STANLEY'S
WIN - SOME GOOD BATTLES AMONG tHE
LESSER LIGHTS
(FROM 'THE REFEREE'SPECIAL COR-
RESPONDENT)
BRISBANE. November 17
WaldemAr HolbErg, 10.1, proved too husky
and determined for Len Porter, 9.121, at Baker's
Zealander boxed well, he had not the strength
to stand up to the dashlng Dane. Porter was
Somewhat awkwardly, to be sure, to the Jaw;
but there was never enough devil in the punches
to make Holberg wink. The latter kept after
his man, punishing him about the body until
the skin showed a big crimson patch. By the
signs of punishment, and early in the eighth a
blood from Porter's right eye. This evidently
too. because several claims he had made against
Holberg for alleged low blows were not noticed;
nor did there seem tangibly reason why they
him with the left to the stomach, and, turning
to his seconds, Porter signalled for the towel.
that Porter, used to the cool temperatures of.
New Zealand, had found the Queensland. climate
Jack Stanley justified all that has been said
Wednesday night at Baker's Stadium in nine
displayed a rather crude smother at the outset,
but he fought himself out of it, and had not
gone far before he provede that he knew too
and his blows possessed both force and preci
been a prolific source of conversation all the
week. Everyone has been wondering how it all
way. Medical examination during the week
and was generally run down, the doctor ordering
This compelled the calling off of his match
Mr.Marre at once secured Jimmy Hill's con
to-day by steamer. No one expected that we
would so soon have the pleasure of seeing him
in action again; but he will be welcome, partl
cularly against such a clever opponent as Thorn.
The old feather champion and the new champion
should provide something superlative in the way
of sclence.
Thorn reckons he Is safe to take Jimmy's title
from him before he has had time to get used
under 9st next Saturday nlght. A side-bet of
£25 is also talked of by Thorn. 'We shall see
what we sha ll see, of course, but Hill is no
cheap champion, as he showed in his match
with Russell, and Frank will have to be at his
top to carry out his threat.

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