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1 JohnWarren 4,220,140
2 NeilHamilton 2,953,189
3 noelwoodhouse 2,681,025
4 annmanley 2,225,250
5 John.F.Hall 2,023,089
...
21 jhempenstall 910,832
22 MurrayDadds 878,724
23 kimvandyk 840,994
24 JTJennings 840,639
25 BillyC 835,876
26 basilsheridan 824,840

840,639 line(s) corrected.

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January 2017 129
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 4,220,137
2 NeilHamilton 2,953,189
3 noelwoodhouse 2,681,025
4 annmanley 2,225,180
5 John.F.Hall 2,023,087
...
21 jhempenstall 910,821
22 MurrayDadds 878,724
23 kimvandyk 840,994
24 JTJennings 840,639
25 BillyC 835,876
26 basilsheridan 824,840

840,639 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2017 129
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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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Saturday 18 December 1915 page 4 2017-01-07 21:54 WARD.—At his residence, Philipson
vember 30th, 1915, William C. |
LYNHAM—On the 13tb December,
Daniel Burnett Lynham,, of Clon-
Charters Towers, of diptheeria.
PURDY.—At Cairns, on 16th instant,
mother of Mrs B. Condron, Cairns
HAND.—In sacred memory of Philip
WARD. —At his residence, Philipson
vember 30th, 1915, William C.
LYNHAM. —On the 13th December,
Daniel Burnett Lynham, of Clon-
Charters Towers, of diphtheria.
PURDY. —At Cairns, on 16th instant,
mother of Mrs B. Condron, Cairns,
HAND. —In sacred memory of Philip
CHORAL SERVICE AT ST. PETERS CATHEDRAL. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Tuesday 24 December 1878 [Issue No.4,481] page 5 2017-01-01 15:20 On Monday, morning a deputation repro- ■
senting the City Mission and. others waited bit ,
character, of .the'Atmoralifcy of the city at-tha
display of depravity on the part of fallen.. •
women in.the city might he suppressed,by tho,
police. The Chief Secretary referred to. the- .
difficulty of dealing with this subject,but said,'
he would consult the police with a view to "thee
a. housemaid at Taylor's Hotel. On, Friday*
December 20>,at the same Court, Thomas Green,,.
altos Brown^was committed for trial fw steal-*
ing a cheque for £30 lis. 9d., the property of
Arthur Hanson, afeCbralb^gnie,on December 4.
On Monday morning, December 23, Mr*. .
On Monday, morning a deputation repre-
senting the City Mission and others waited on
character, of the immorality of the city at the
display of depravity on the part of fallen
women in the city might he suppressed by the
police. The Chief Secretary referred to the
difficulty of dealing with this subject, but said
he would consult the police with a view to the
a. housemaid at Taylor's Hotel. On Friday,
December 20, at the same Court, Thomas Green,
alias Brown, was committed for trial for steal-
ing a cheque for £30 11s. 9d., the property of
Arthur Hanson, at Coralbignie, on December 4.
On Monday morning, December 23, Mr.
CHORAL SERVICE AT ST. PETERS CATHEDRAL. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Tuesday 24 December 1878 [Issue No.4,481] page 5 2017-01-01 15:18 Kadow was committed for-trial for indecently -
Emma Hennig. Kadow was alsa committed foe
trial for indecently assaulting Harriet Martin*.'
a. housemaid at Taylor's. Hotel. On, Friday*
Kadow was committed for trial for indecently
Emma Hennig. Kadow was also committed for
trial for indecently assaulting Harriet Martin,
a. housemaid at Taylor's Hotel. On, Friday*
CHORAL SERVICE AT ST. PETERS CATHEDRAL. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Tuesday 24 December 1878 [Issue No.4,481] page 5 2017-01-01 15:17 suppression of the evil complained of, •
At the Port Augusta Police- Court on,
Tuesday,.Decembe?.17, a man named Christian,.
Kadow was committed- for-trial for indecently -
EmmaHennig. Kadow waaalsa committed foe
suppression of the evil complained of.
At the Port Augusta Police Court on
Tuesday, December 17, a man named Christian
Kadow was committed for-trial for indecently -
Emma Hennig. Kadow was alsa committed foe
No title (Article), Australische Zeitung (Adelaide, SA : 1875 - 1916), Tuesday 5 September 1876 [Issue No.36] page 9 2017-01-01 15:16 William Nitschke, Hund. Belvidcre,. Sec. 571, 23. Sept.
James Hughes, Sattler, Morphetd Bale, 29. August.
William Nitschke, Hund. Belvidere, Sec. 571, 23. Sept.
James Hughes, Sattler, Morphett Vale, 29. August.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. MARCH 6. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 7 March 1865 [Issue No.5725] page 3 2017-01-01 15:12 interest in the Company, beliaving that the intro
Koad Board; and the Directors regret that the
treatment to which the Company has been sub
in North Adelaide at 7s. 6d. ; whilst they tind that
Council, for North Adelaide was Sir. McNamee'Sj
at Ss. 6d. per yard.
interest in the Company, believing that the intro-
Road Board; and the Directors regret that the
treatment to which the Company has been sub-
in North Adelaide at 7s. 6d. ; whilst they find that
Council, for North Adelaide was Sir. McNamee's,
at 8s. 6d. per yard.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. MARCH 6. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 7 March 1865 [Issue No.5725] page 3 2017-01-01 15:12 other streets, and those of Win. McNamee, as
Ordered to l-e acknowledged.
their contiact wfth the Corporation, have directed
twice read the charges of trickery against the Sur
that the Surveyor on the 2'rth December, naving
gone out of the couise of his duty as Surveyor, and
re-iuesied the Company to make an advance to Mr.
McNamee, who was Bub-contractor for cartage,
with whom it might be supposed the Sur
matter of that contract- that the Surveyor on
an advance to Mr. McNamee by leading the Com
pany to believe that he was' satisfied with the
very day (20th. December) he had, as he stated in
for summonses to lie taken »ut against the drivers,
'The Directors feel confident that, notwith
-een read twice, the foregoing complaint could net
lave been understood ov the. members of the
'Tlje Directors beg to hand you a copy of a
letter from Mr. Chas, Bonney, whose opinion l»
le machine-broken metal in Wakefield-street with
ie hand-broken metal in the same street-not
' ' Dear Sir— Since I had the conversation with
other streets, and those of W,. McNamee, as
Ordered to be acknowledged.
their contract with the Corporation, have directed
twice read the charges of trickery against the Sur-
that the Surveyor on the 20th December, having
gone out of the course of his duty as Surveyor, and
requested the Company to make an advance to Mr.
McNamee, who was sub-contractor for cartage,
with whom it might be supposed the Sur-
matter of that contract— that the Surveyor on
an advance to Mr. McNamee by leading the Com-
pany to believe that he was satisfied with the
very day (20th December) he had, as he stated in
for summonses to be taken out against the drivers,
'The Directors feel confident that, notwith-
been read twice, the foregoing complaint could not
have been understood by the members of the
'The Directors beg to hand you a copy of a
letter from Mr. Chas, Bonney, whose opinion is
the machine-broken metal in Wakefield-street with
the hand-broken metal in the same street — not
' ' Dear Sir — Since I had the conversation with
INQUEST ON THE FIRE AT STEPNEY (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 22 August 1860 [Issue No.4323] page 3 2017-01-01 15:05 on the Payneham-road. A respectable Jury was em
panelled, and elected Mr. Alfred Weaver as their Fore
Mr. E. W. Wright, Agent for the Imperial Fire In
saw the fire coming through the roof of the cot
fence. He had not been pressing her for rent. The un
house. No one was in the house but herself and chil
the fire might have been 10 minutes. Could not ac
fire. He was helping to carry away some of the things
week. Saw that all the doors and windows were fas
Thomas Vivian Cornish, farmer, deposed that he re
him until he returned to the fire. Believed the fire com
inquiry taking an undue turn, it was not always neces
The room was then cleared, to allow the Jury to cons
After a very short deliberation they returned the fol
held an inquest at the Stepney Inn, Stepney, for the pur-
on the Payneham-road. A respectable Jury was em-
panelled, and elected Mr. Alfred Weaver as their Fore-
Mr. E. W. Wright, Agent for the Imperial Fire In-
saw the fire coming through the roof of the cot-
fence. He had not been pressing her for rent. The un-
house. No one was in the house but herself and chil-
the fire might have been 10 minutes. Could not ac-
fire. He was helping to carry away some of the things.
week. Saw that all the doors and windows were fas-
Thomas Vivian Cornish, farmer, deposed that he re-
him until he returned to the fire. Believed the fire com-
inquiry taking an undue turn, it was not always neces-
The room was then cleared, to allow the Jury to cons-
After a very short deliberation they returned the fol-
POLICE COURT, ADELAIDE. Saturday, 18th October. [Before Charles Bonney, Esq., J.P.] (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 25 October 1851 [Issue No.435] page 7 2017-01-01 15:00 Martin Henley produced a receipt which he had re
ceived for the mare in exchange for a horse, and as Mcfner
Richard Warne appeared to the information of the In
the same officer, lor riding upon his bullock-dray, upon the
drunk, and driving furiously in Kerinode-street, North
quantity of grass on the carriage-way in King William
was liable to be lined.
His Worship would only fine the defendant Is., as it
Mr. Chapman stated that he Lad the cow for the last
he had known the cow for two years, and bad always seen
the cow; and that it was^one of those cases which he could
property of George Miller Galley. -
orders, by which means it had been stolen. -He knew a
abouts.' , . ;.
two years, and bad always borne a good character both as to
Martin Henley produced a receipt which he had re-
ceived for the mare in exchange for a horse, and as McIner-
Richard Warne appeared to the information of the In-
the same officer, for riding upon his bullock-dray, upon the
drunk, and driving furiously in Kermode-street, North
quantity of grass on the carriage-way in King William-
was liable to be fined.
His Worship would only fine the defendant 1s., as it
Mr. Chapman stated that he had the cow for the last
he had known the cow for two years, and had always seen
the cow; and that it was one of those cases which he could
property of George Miller Galley.
orders, by which means it had been stolen. He knew a
abouts.
two years, and had always borne a good character both as to
CITY COMMISSIONERS. Monday, October 20th. (Article), Adelaide Times (SA : 1848 - 1858), Saturday 25 October 1851 [Issue No.596] page 6 2017-01-01 14:57 Ordered that the openings in the fei.ee of j
Ordered that the poi-tion of King William
proceedings approved—calls attention to the
eng >.ge an Interpreter, at a cost of 10s. 6d., and
It was ordered to write to the Colonial Sec
to the fact that the German population beinp
must fall to the ground, which would materi
the present case, the Board having no funds I
Ordered that the openings in the fence of
Ordered that the portion of King William-
proceedings approved —calls attention to the
engage an Interpreter, at a cost of 10s. 6d., and
It was ordered to write to the Colonial Sec-
to the fact that the German population being
must fall to the ground, which would materi-
the present case, the Board having no funds

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