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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,157,900
2 NeilHamilton 2,926,933
3 noelwoodhouse 2,600,363
4 annmanley 2,224,687
5 John.F.Hall 1,990,160
...
20 michaelchristensen 1,037,175
21 jhempenstall 910,363
22 MurrayDadds 878,724
23 JTJennings 840,510
24 kimvandyk 836,928
25 BillyC 822,853

840,510 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 432
November 2016 10,110
October 2016 3,781
August 2016 50
July 2016 381
June 2016 1,879
May 2016 2,202
April 2016 1,919
March 2016 2,242
February 2016 143
January 2016 210
December 2015 75
November 2015 155
October 2015 15
September 2015 220
August 2015 104
July 2015 274
June 2015 684
May 2015 1,201
April 2015 103
March 2015 74
February 2015 46
November 2014 41
October 2014 59
September 2014 434
August 2014 133
July 2014 144
June 2014 11,271
May 2014 32,659
April 2014 14,322
March 2014 11,741
February 2014 10,033
January 2014 13,310
December 2013 13,418
November 2013 23,951
October 2013 27,190
September 2013 1,916
August 2013 10,124
July 2013 15,781
June 2013 16,756
May 2013 12,296
April 2013 25,783
March 2013 22,484
February 2013 38,864
January 2013 23,757
December 2012 34,748
November 2012 21,230
October 2012 25,624
September 2012 18,990
August 2012 29,875
July 2012 27,515
June 2012 27,786
May 2012 18,641
April 2012 17,036
March 2012 18,193
February 2012 17,233
January 2012 28,979
December 2011 32,217
November 2011 18,684
October 2011 21,731
September 2011 13,829
August 2011 20,199
July 2011 22,909
June 2011 30,585
May 2011 24,445
April 2011 17,294

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,157,897
2 NeilHamilton 2,926,933
3 noelwoodhouse 2,600,363
4 annmanley 2,224,617
5 John.F.Hall 1,990,160
...
20 michaelchristensen 1,037,175
21 jhempenstall 910,352
22 MurrayDadds 878,724
23 JTJennings 840,510
24 kimvandyk 836,928
25 BillyC 822,853

840,510 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 432
November 2016 10,110
October 2016 3,781
August 2016 50
July 2016 381
June 2016 1,879
May 2016 2,202
April 2016 1,919
March 2016 2,242
February 2016 143
January 2016 210
December 2015 75
November 2015 155
October 2015 15
September 2015 220
August 2015 104
July 2015 274
June 2015 684
May 2015 1,201
April 2015 103
March 2015 74
February 2015 46
November 2014 41
October 2014 59
September 2014 434
August 2014 133
July 2014 144
June 2014 11,271
May 2014 32,659
April 2014 14,322
March 2014 11,741
February 2014 10,033
January 2014 13,310
December 2013 13,418
November 2013 23,951
October 2013 27,190
September 2013 1,916
August 2013 10,124
July 2013 15,781
June 2013 16,756
May 2013 12,296
April 2013 25,783
March 2013 22,484
February 2013 38,864
January 2013 23,757
December 2012 34,748
November 2012 21,230
October 2012 25,624
September 2012 18,990
August 2012 29,875
July 2012 27,515
June 2012 27,786
May 2012 18,641
April 2012 17,036
March 2012 18,193
February 2012 17,233
January 2012 28,979
December 2011 32,217
November 2011 18,684
October 2011 21,731
September 2011 13,829
August 2011 20,199
July 2011 22,909
June 2011 30,585
May 2011 24,445
April 2011 17,294

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RECONCILED. (Article), Port Adelaide News and Lefevre's Peninsula Advertiser (SA : 1883 - 1897), Friday 18 November 1892 [Issue No.1005] page 2 2016-12-09 21:59 if we can't manage that."
thu/."
if we can't manage that."
RECONCILED. (Article), Port Adelaide News and Lefevre's Peninsula Advertiser (SA : 1883 - 1897), Friday 18 November 1892 [Issue No.1005] page 2 2016-12-09 21:59 "But,
Dick,"
she
bad
remonstrated,
f reply."
" What do people need lo live on ?
.-All the wants of this world, mors or loss,an:
•cJietitious.
A crust of bread and a glass of
£ water tlirce times a day, 'and now and then
tA .suit of clotlies—we must be poor, indeed,
eif we can't manage
"But, Dick," she had remonstrated,
reply." " What do people need lo live on ?
All the wants of this world, more or less, are
addictions. A crust of bread and a glass of
water three times a day, and now and then
a suit of clothes—we must be poor, indeed,
if we can't manage that."
RECONCILED. (Article), Port Adelaide News and Lefevre's Peninsula Advertiser (SA : 1883 - 1897), Friday 18 November 1892 [Issue No.1005] page 2 2016-12-09 21:56 particularly wc-H lined, and I had just distinguished
myself
by running away with :>.
pretty girl from boardiug-schcol.
• 5
particularly well lined, and I had just dis-
tinguished myself by running away with a
pretty girl from boarding-school.
RECONCILED. (Article), Port Adelaide News and Lefevre's Peninsula Advertiser (SA : 1883 - 1897), Friday 18 November 1892 [Issue No.1005] page 2 2016-12-09 21:56 I WHS then
~ just 21, with a face that was not. absolutely
ugly, a sublime audacity,
and
pockets1101.
just 21, with a face that was not absolutely
ugly, a sublime audacity, and pockets not
RECONCILED. (Article), Port Adelaide News and Lefevre's Peninsula Advertiser (SA : 1883 - 1897), Friday 18 November 1892 [Issue No.1005] page 2 2016-12-09 21:55 My name is Hiehard
Dalton.
My name is Richard Dalton. I was then
Family Notices (Family Notices), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 22 October 1892 [Issue No.2664] page 24 2016-12-09 21:53 RULE.—On the 15th October, at Vepra Villa,
Rose Park, aged 88 years.
CATCHLOVE.—On the 17th October, at his resi
dence, Eton-street, Malvern, G. H. Catcblove, J.P.,
WALDER. —On the 17th October, at bis resi
years A colonist of 88 yearn, leaving a widow
and two sons to mourn their loss. Our loss is his
RULE. —On the 15th October, at Vepra Villa,
Rose Park, aged 33 years.
CATCHLOVE. —On the 17th October, at his resi-
dence, Eton-street, Malvern, G. H. Catchlove, J.P.,
WALDER. —On the 17th October, at his resi
years. A colonist of 38 years, leaving a widow
gain.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 22 October 1892 [Issue No.2664] page 24 2016-12-09 21:51 In his 62nd year. _ .
wiT.mtB.-On the 17th October, at bis resi
In his 62nd year.
WALDER. —On the 17th October, at bis resi
Family Notices (Family Notices), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 22 October 1892 [Issue No.2664] page 24 2016-12-09 21:45 8BJTVEASH-—On the 16th October, athie residence,
(The Pines, Frewville, William Fiveash, J.V., of
diabetes in bis 67th year.
NEWBERY.—On the 18th October, at Fourth
avenue. St. Peters, of inflammation of the brain,
BOYD.—On the 7th October, at his residence,
yean. A colonist of 32 years,
Invrard conrolsions, Doris Alice, infant daughter of
W. F. and Snsan Halbert, aged 9 months and 7
JEFFREYS.—On the 16th October, at the uti
ootpa Hotel, Boy, the dearly beloved child of E.
and H. Jeffreys, aged 9 months. Another bad to
JONES.—On the 14th October, at the Adelaide
yean, leaving a wife and eight young children to
mourn tbeir loss.
JACOBS.—On the 13th October, at Ruby Station,
Gippsland, Victoria, of diphtheria, Gilbert Donneil,
second son of Harriet and tbe late James Jacobs,
DALTON.—On the h October, of paralysis and
pneumonia, Thomas Dalton, of Langhome's Bridge,
HAWKER.—On the 19th October, at Bungaree,
ROBERTSON.—On the 13th October, at Sydney,
BLESING.—On the 16th October, at his son-in
law's residence, Laura, of influenza and bronchitis
Gottlieb Blesing, aged 83 years, leaving three sons
COOK.—In loving memory of my dear father
by bis eldest son, Alfred M. Cook. Mitcham Park.
WADEV.—In loving remembrance of our dea
RICHARDSON.—In loving memory of our dear
mother, Harriet Richardson, who died at the Ade
What trials were to come :
SHIEBLAW.—In loving remembrance of George
I860.
All. soon, the waiting o'er,
FIVEASH. —On the 16th October, at his residence,
The Pines, Frewville, William Fiveash, J.P., of
diabetes, in his 67th year.
NEWBERY. —On the 18th October, at Fourth-
avenue, St. Peters, of inflammation of the brain,
BOYD. —On the 7th October, at his residence,
years. A colonist of 32 years,
inward convulsions, Doris Alice, infant daughter of
W. F. and Susan Halbert, aged 9 months and 7
JEFFREYS. —On the 16th October, at the Nuri-
ootpa Hotel, Roy, the dearly beloved child of E.
and H. Jeffreys, aged 9 months. Another bud to
JONES. —On the 14th October, at the Adelaide
years, leaving a wife and eight young children to
mourn their loss.
JACOBS. —On the 13th October, at Ruby Station,
Gippsland, Victoria, of diphtheria, Gilbert Donnell,
second son of Harriet and the late James Jacobs,
DALTON. —On the 18h October, of paralysis and
pneumonia, Thomas Dalton, of Langhorne's Bridge,
HAWKER. —On the 19th October, at Bungaree,
ROBERTSON. —On the 13th October, at Sydney,
BLESING. —On the 16th October, at his son-in
law's residence, Laura, of influenza and bronchitis,
Gottlieb Blesing, aged 83 years, leaving three sons,
COOK. —In loving memory of my dear father
by his eldest son, Alfred M. Cook. Mitcham Park.
WADEY. —In loving remembrance of our dear
RICHARDSON. —In loving memory of our dear
mother, Harriet Richardson, who died at the Ade-
What trials were to come ;
SHIERLAW. —In loving remembrance of George
I890.
Ah, soon, the waiting o'er,
Family Notices (Family Notices), South Australian Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1895), Saturday 22 October 1892 [Issue No.1,783] page 4 2016-12-09 21:39 his grandparents, Gilbert Doonell, second son of the
Not a word to his loved ones could he say;
Thou hast obtained above;
his grandparents, Gilbert Donnell, second son of the
Not a word to his loved ones could he say;
Thou hast obtained above;
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Friday 21 October 1892 [Issue No.8,675] page 2 2016-12-09 21:38 residence of the bride's parents, Queeaetown, by the
JACOBS. —On the 13sh October, at the residence of
IN MEHORIAM.
HOFFMANN.—In loving memory of my dear
life on Ootobrr 27, 1891, aged 14 years.
I hissed her dear cold brow;
And iu.my aching heart I know
But in h9a°en I hope to meet her,
Where I know-she will own her eon.
—Inserted by her affec'.innrte son, E. E. Hoffmann.
AISH —In sad and loving remembrance of my dear
mother, who di.d of cancer, October 19,1831.
Obeyed her Siviou.'d summons
And left ber home below.
I watched her lateBt moments, not thiQking death so
—Inserted by her only sorrowing daughter, Elirabeth
residence of the bride's parents, Queenstown, by the
JACOBS. —On the 13th October, at the residence of
IN MEMORIAM.
HOFFMANN. —In loving memory of my dear
life on Ootobrr 27, 1891, aged 44 years.
I kissed her dear cold brow;
And in my aching heart I know
But in heaven I hope to meet her,
Where I know she will own her son.
—Inserted by her affectionate son, E. E. Hoffmann.
AISH. —In sad and loving remembrance of my dear
mother, who died of cancer, October 19, 1891.
Obeyed her Siviour's summons
And left her home below.
I watched her latest moments, not thinking death so
—Inserted by her only sorrowing daughter, Elizabeth

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