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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,417,945
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,885,811
4 annmanley 2,237,561
5 John.F.Hall 2,114,438
...
81 cjbrill 401,999
82 GJReid-B.Sc.M.Mgmt. 394,448
83 jmiskin 393,515
84 doug.Butler 392,260
85 ellarocks 391,657
86 suedebyga 391,502

392,260 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 4,396
March 2017 6,123
February 2017 6,029
January 2017 6,489
December 2016 8,097
November 2016 6,906
October 2016 4,681
September 2016 4,400
August 2016 6,877
July 2016 5,862
June 2016 7,793
May 2016 15,166
April 2016 2,850
March 2016 4,448
February 2016 2,232
January 2016 2,983
December 2015 3,144
November 2015 3,943
October 2015 3,117
September 2015 3,128
August 2015 3,944
July 2015 3,162
June 2015 5,398
May 2015 7,274
April 2015 7,511
March 2015 4,155
February 2015 7,164
January 2015 7,318
December 2014 5,825
November 2014 6,089
October 2014 8,070
September 2014 3,193
August 2014 4,637
July 2014 4,862
June 2014 1,777
May 2014 3,309
April 2014 2,873
March 2014 5,016
February 2014 3,091
January 2014 7,030
December 2013 7,520
November 2013 8,512
October 2013 9,463
September 2013 13,471
August 2013 9,280
July 2013 5,891
June 2013 5,396
May 2013 7,558
April 2013 2,124
March 2013 6,291
February 2013 8,905
January 2013 4,894
December 2012 3,920
November 2012 8,805
October 2012 5,452
September 2012 3,753
August 2012 2,657
July 2012 5,339
June 2012 2,593
May 2012 2,343
April 2012 2,272
March 2012 3,538
February 2012 3,850
January 2012 2,046
December 2011 931
November 2011 3,151
October 2011 2,956
September 2011 3,303
August 2011 2,871
July 2011 3,141
June 2011 2,595
May 2011 5,187
April 2011 5,184
March 2011 2,874
February 2011 3,147
January 2011 442
December 2010 411
November 2010 645
October 2010 1,825
September 2010 1,734
August 2010 540
July 2010 191
June 2010 529
May 2010 2,298
April 2010 1,482
February 2010 43
January 2010 133
October 2009 412

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,417,914
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,637
3 noelwoodhouse 2,885,811
4 annmanley 2,237,491
5 John.F.Hall 2,114,433
...
81 cjbrill 401,999
82 GJReid-B.Sc.M.Mgmt. 394,041
83 jmiskin 393,515
84 doug.Butler 392,260
85 ellarocks 391,632
86 suedebyga 391,500

392,260 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 4,396
March 2017 6,123
February 2017 6,029
January 2017 6,489
December 2016 8,097
November 2016 6,906
October 2016 4,681
September 2016 4,400
August 2016 6,877
July 2016 5,862
June 2016 7,793
May 2016 15,166
April 2016 2,850
March 2016 4,448
February 2016 2,232
January 2016 2,983
December 2015 3,144
November 2015 3,943
October 2015 3,117
September 2015 3,128
August 2015 3,944
July 2015 3,162
June 2015 5,398
May 2015 7,274
April 2015 7,511
March 2015 4,155
February 2015 7,164
January 2015 7,318
December 2014 5,825
November 2014 6,089
October 2014 8,070
September 2014 3,193
August 2014 4,637
July 2014 4,862
June 2014 1,777
May 2014 3,309
April 2014 2,873
March 2014 5,016
February 2014 3,091
January 2014 7,030
December 2013 7,520
November 2013 8,512
October 2013 9,463
September 2013 13,471
August 2013 9,280
July 2013 5,891
June 2013 5,396
May 2013 7,558
April 2013 2,124
March 2013 6,291
February 2013 8,905
January 2013 4,894
December 2012 3,920
November 2012 8,805
October 2012 5,452
September 2012 3,753
August 2012 2,657
July 2012 5,339
June 2012 2,593
May 2012 2,343
April 2012 2,272
March 2012 3,538
February 2012 3,850
January 2012 2,046
December 2011 931
November 2011 3,151
October 2011 2,956
September 2011 3,303
August 2011 2,871
July 2011 3,141
June 2011 2,595
May 2011 5,187
April 2011 5,184
March 2011 2,874
February 2011 3,147
January 2011 442
December 2010 411
November 2010 645
October 2010 1,825
September 2010 1,734
August 2010 540
July 2010 191
June 2010 529
May 2010 2,298
April 2010 1,482
February 2010 43
January 2010 133
October 2009 412

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News of the Week. MISCELLANEOUS. (Article), South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1868 - 1881), Saturday 30 March 1878 [Issue No.1,023] page 5 2017-04-25 20:45 fortnight, and the doctors say that we mujst
not expect to get him home at the earliest
and others. A short time afterwards he com
the site of the present manufactory in Wake
field-street. He took a great interest in Odd
fellowship, having been a member of that So
grandchild. He was buried on Sunday after
A correspondent sends us the following1:
nearly all the distance to Hallett. The em
Mount Bryan, about nine miles from the Burra, '
fortnight, and the doctors say that we must
not expect to get him home at the earliest
and others. A short time afterwards he com-
the site of the present manufactory in Wake-
field-street. He took a great interest in Odd-
fellowship, having been a member of that So-
grandchild. He was buried on Sunday after-
A correspondent sends us the following:
nearly all the distance to Hallett. The em-
Mount Bryan, about nine miles from the Burra,
TROUBLE OVER A SOAP FACTORY. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Tuesday 13 March 1906 [Issue No.18,511] page 6 2017-04-25 19:54 Kmdmarsh Corporation, 'with the inten
tion of eommencimr operations 'in Ridlnv
the Councillor forwarded the following let
ter to him: — 'Dear Sir— lie plans de
posited for approval. Plans of a build
a memorial signed by 13S residents of
North Croydoa, llidleyton, and Brompton
Park, which asked the council 'to use the
best endeavours to prevent the establish
ment of the proposed, soap factory on Kail
way terrace llidleyton. We protest that
value of property. ? We need hardly point
out that during the. past few years Croy
don lias extended marvellously, and the in
stallation of such a thing sis a soap fac
progress of the town.' Cr. Eichardsoa
stated that all the signatories to the me
the establishment in llidleyton that in
probably would extend operations in Rid
would be detrimental to the health of thd
neighbouring residents. If soapworks were,
values of property and the council's in
which was in close proximity to the pro
F. Dennis supported. The works were like
ly to be a menace to health, owang to the
absence of deep drainage.— Mr. F. McDer
mc':t seated that he had previously owned
property near which a factory of' this da
scription was commenced, and' he had been
value. The 13S signatures represented
and children were taken into coasidera
11300 property near a soap factory.— Mr.
T. Adrock said Croydon was a valuable
asset, aud, in fairness to those who had
bv.ilt homes there, nothing should be done
]-eople at present who lived in Bowden
and Hii:dmarsh were almost ashamed to
snieils. Croydon, however, bad a better
did not want to stop industrie.5, but they
nsked, in fairness to other ratepayers, that
a soap factory should be in a Iks thickly
position that they could not stop n
nuisance that -did not exist. Mr. Walker,
however, had no i-ower to £o on soan
making. The deputation could leave the'
nt the Board of Health meeting the mat
ter was discussed.— Aid. Hocking said no
thing could he done until the official ap
lfcatinn for permission to make soan came
in. He moved— 'That the memorial be re
?'That a committee, consisting of the
Mayor, Aid. Hocking, and Cr.«. Poultou
interests of tiie board, and to inspect and
Hindmarsh Corporation, with the inten-
tion of commencing operations in Ridley-
the Councillor forwarded the following let-
ter to him: — 'Dear Sir— Re plans de-
posited for approval. Plans of a build-
a memorial signed by 138 residents of
North Croydon, Ridleyton, and Brompton
Park, which asked the council to use the
best endeavours to prevent the establish-
ment of the proposed, soap factory on Rail-
way terrace Ridleyton. We protest that
value of property. We need hardly point
out that during the past few years Croy-
don has extended marvellously, and the in-
stallation of such a thing as a soap fac-
progress of the town.' Cr. Richardson
stated that all the signatories to the me-
the establishment in Ridleyton that in
probably would extend operations in Rid-
would be detrimental to the health of the
neighbouring residents. If soapworks were
values of property and the council's in-
which was in close proximity to the pro-
F. Dennis supported. The works were like-
ly to be a menace to health, owing to the
absence of deep drainage.— Mr. F. McDer-
mott stated that he had previously owned
property near which a factory of' this de-
scription was commenced, and he had been
value. The 138 signatures represented
and children were taken into considera-
£300 property near a soap factory.— Mr.
T. Adcock said Croydon was a valuable
asset, and, in fairness to those who had
built homes there, nothing should be done
people at present who lived in Bowden
and Hindmarsh were almost ashamed to
smells. Croydon, however, bad a better
did not want to stop industries, but they
asked, in fairness to other ratepayers, that
a soap factory should be in a less thickly
position that they could not stop a
nuisance that did not exist. Mr. Walker,
however, had no power to go on soap-
making. The deputation could leave the
at the Board of Health meeting the mat-
ter was discussed.— Ald. Hocking said no-
thing could he done until the official app-
lication for permission to make soap came
in. He moved— 'That the memorial be re-
'That a committee, consisting of the
Mayor, Ald. Hocking, and Crs. Poulton
interests of the board, and to inspect and
DEATH OF MR. A. H. DAVIS. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 5 June 1866 [Issue No.6111] page 3 2017-04-25 19:21 o'clock. The deceased lud been suffering for
some time trom general debility, which was after-
lungs, endinng as has been stated above. Sixteen years
1842, when the whele colony was so nearly
o'clock. The deceased had been suffering for
some time from general debility, which was after-
lungs, ending as has been stated above. Sixteen years
1842, when the whole colony was so nearly
DEATH OF MR. A. H. DAVIS. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 5 June 1866 [Issue No.6111] page 3 2017-04-25 19:09 the death of Mr. A. H. Uavis, of Moore Farm,
some time trom general Uei'Uity, wnicli was after-
lungs, enu'.ngasliasbeenstatedabove. Sixteen years
ago the name of A. H. Davis wns one of the most
annals. In the batt'e of representative govern-
sutl'rage. but the most liberal liiind gets chilled
when it crosses the rubieon of 0 1. Tie same
reformer himself, Lord 1'u--m.'I1. His later
o|iii:ijiis Mr. Davis had the good sense
his fell -w-colonisls he has always been best
known by h's earlier career, and by that he
colony, having been amongstithe earliest arrivals.
He bid been orisi sally in business as a publisher in
religious literature of 3J years ago may often have
seen the name of his firm -Wesley & Davis. It
never have thought of emigrating, as bis extensive
his oatsct here he had little better success.
Ha\in,; taken to a mercantile lite he
1812, when the whele cobny was so nearly
removed to the lteedbeds, which ever since has
ail'airs. Every important question that was raised
had the assistance of his zjal and sagacity. In the
Anti-.Sti-te Aid agitation which went on for years,
of our Iirst Constitution Act, where his speech on
the hustings is still reniciu'uered by old politicians
113 one of the best of its kind ever delivered in South
Australia. His opponent was \ir. C. & Hare, and
a tough neck-aud-ncck contest they made of it,
Mr. Hare getting in Uy a majority of only two.
But for a few little incident?, not ^orthy of being
have been on the other tide, and perhaps a
sequent course of our legislative histsry. It is use
ceedingly unpopular among the fanners; an Anti
courted tl.e public suH'ragcs. but went to the con-
jourral called the Thursday Review. It was a
vurm-conservative organ, and opposed many things
for its ability and vigour. 'I his was Mr. Davis's
But the respite was short. His weakness ami
evident that hit* disease was making rapid pro-
l«.iy wl en ihe colony was proclaimed, the Anti
stitutional government, liut, notwithstanding the
ii) means an old man. He was several months
.short of 70 when he died. Old or young, however,
the death of Mr. A. H. Davis, of Moore Farm,
some time trom general debility, which was after-
lungs, endinng as has been stated above. Sixteen years
ago the name of A. H. Davis was one of the most
annals. In the battle of representative govern-
suffrage. but the most liberal mind gets chilled
when it crosses the rubicon of 60. The same
reformer himself, Lord Russell. His later
opinions Mr. Davis had the good sense
his fellow-colonials he has always been best
known by his earlier career, and by that he
colony, having been amongst the earliest arrivals.
He had been originally in business as a publisher in
religious literature of 34 years ago may often have
seen the name of his firm Wesley & Davis. It
never have thought of emigrating, as his extensive
his outset here he had little better success.
Having taken to a mercantile life he
1842, when the whele colony was so nearly
removed to the Reedbeds, which ever since has
affairs. Every important question that was raised
had the assistance of his zeal and sagacity. In the
Anti-.State Aid agitation which went on for years,
of our first Constitution Act, where his speech on
the hustings is still remembered by old politicians
as one of the best of its kind ever delivered in South
Australia. His opponent was Mr. C. S Hare, and
a tough neck-and-ncck contest they made of it,
Mr. Hare getting in by a majority of only two.
But for a few little incidents, not worthy of being
have been on the other side, and perhaps a
sequent course of our legislative histsry. It is use-
ceedingly unpopular among the farmers; an Anti
courted the public suffrages. but went to the con-
journal called the Thursday Review. It was a
quasi-conservative organ, and opposed many things
for its ability and vigour. This was Mr. Davis's
But the respite was short. His weakness and
evident that his disease was making rapid pro-
Bay when the colony was proclaimed, the Anti
stitutional government, but, notwithstanding the
no means an old man. He was several months
short of 70 when he died. Old or young, however,
DEATH OF MR. A. H. DAVIS. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 5 June 1866 [Issue No.6111] page 3 2017-04-25 18:45 Our obituary this morning contains a notice of -
the death of Mr. A. H. Uavis, of Moore Farm, j
which took place yesterday afternoon about & ,
o'clock. The deceased lud been suffering for ;
some time trom general Uei'Uity, wnicli was atter- I
wards aggravated by an attack of congestion of the !
lungs, enu'.ngasliasbeenstatedabove. tixteenyears !
ago the name of A. H. Davis wns one of the most ',
annals. In the batt'e of representative govern
ment he was the champion of enlightened intel
and honourable champion. It is true he was j
somewhat disappointed with the results of universal |
sutl'rage. but the most liberal liiind gets chilled {
when it crosses the rubieon of 0 1. Tie same |
change has been brought against the nrc'i- |
reformer himself, Lord 1'u--m.'I1. His later '
o|iii:ijiis Mr. Davis had the good sense i
to carry into bis retirement with him. T* I
known by h's earlier career, and by that he i
will always be remembered. Mr. Davis was I
literary associations must have rendered it, pecu
181*2, when the whele cobny was so nearly
been his home. What his industry and exqui
to every one who has visited Moore Farm. Simul
appearance was as a candidate for West'l'oirens,
difference might have been observable in the sub
and Mr. Davis was appointed one of the Com
missioners for its collection. It became ex
courted tl.e public suH'ragcs. but went to the con
for its ability and vigour. 'I his was Mr. Davii's
evident that hit* disease was making rapid pro
State Aid struggle, and the establishment of con
ii) means an old man. He was several montlis
Our obituary this morning contains a notice of
the death of Mr. A. H. Uavis, of Moore Farm,
which took place yesterday afternoon about 3
o'clock. The deceased lud been suffering for
some time trom general Uei'Uity, wnicli was after-
wards aggravated by an attack of congestion of the
lungs, enu'.ngasliasbeenstatedabove. Sixteen years
ago the name of A. H. Davis wns one of the most
annals. In the batt'e of representative govern-
ment he was the champion of enlightened intel-
and honourable champion. It is true he was
somewhat disappointed with the results of universal
sutl'rage. but the most liberal liiind gets chilled
when it crosses the rubieon of 0 1. Tie same
change has been brought against the arch-
reformer himself, Lord 1'u--m.'I1. His later
o|iii:ijiis Mr. Davis had the good sense
to carry into bis retirement with him. To
known by h's earlier career, and by that he
will always be remembered. Mr. Davis was
literary associations must have rendered it, pecu-
1812, when the whele cobny was so nearly
been his home. What his industry and exqui-
to every one who has visited Moore Farm. Simul-
appearance was as a candidate for West Torrens
difference might have been observable in the sub-
and Mr. Davis was appointed one of the Com-
missioners for its collection. It became ex-
courted tl.e public suH'ragcs. but went to the con-
for its ability and vigour. 'I his was Mr. Davis's
evident that hit* disease was making rapid pro-
State Aid struggle, and the establishment of con-
ii) means an old man. He was several months
DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 22 February 1845 [Issue No.87] page 8 2017-04-25 18:00 5. Soap.—Messrs Wright nnd<Ijinn,-.>of the Hind
marsh.Soap M anufactoryJ MrW. JTf Bin,£o1rd;' Ade
laide, and Mr T. M? Walker,' Adelaide, exhibited'
samples of soapifThejudges expressed -their ap
: probation ^ of Mr Walker's satnpl^'^W" Mesai^
Wright's Were'&feemed bgitil '-to'tifp f
yellow, manufactured by Mfcssrs PatonandChariefc
the celebrated English makers."7 ThldieeSMjh
excellent quality, and in samples sufficiently large ,
to: convince every bne that future importations wilt ".'
not only be needless but very unprofitable/ v"'
; 6. 'Candles.—There 'were three ' exhibitors/bl
candles (mould's and dips), namely, Mr W. Hv Bur
ford, Adelaide ; Mr -1VM.- 'Walker, Adelaide //and
Mr A. H; Davis, Moore Farm'. Thosemade by'Mr
A. lj. Davis particularly struck the ; j-'dges; The
.importation of candles into'Adelaide will henceforth'
5. Soap.—Messrs Wright and Linn of the Hind-
marsh.Soap Manufactory, Mr W. H. Burford, Ade-
laide, and Mr T. M. Walker, Adelaide, exhibited
samples of soap. The judges expressed their ap-
probation of Mr Walker's samples, and Messrs
Wright's were esteemed equal to the brightest pale
yellow, manufactured by Messrs Paton and Charles
the celebrated English makers. Indeed, all was of
excellent quality, and in samples sufficiently large
to convince every one that future importations will
not only be needless but very unprofitable.
; 6. 'Candles.—There 'were three exhibitors
candles (moulds and dips), namely, Mr W. H. Bur-
ford, Adelaide ; Mr -T. M. Walker, Adelaide, and
Mr A. H. Davis, Moore Farm. Those made by Mr.
A. H. Davis particularly struck the judges; The
importation of candles into Adelaide will henceforth
TO THE COLONISTS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 19 June 1841 [Issue No.178] page 3 2017-04-25 17:33 been kept strictly [sele? very] instance, and
been kept strictly select in every instance, and
Advertising (Advertising), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 19 June 1841 [Issue No.178] page 1 2017-04-25 17:23 11 M. WALKER, Soap mid C.mdle M?nu
• facturur, begs t« inform his friends m:i\
(tic public that h« Loh been making Mould :ind
Dip Candle* tor sou>* time, the quniity i f which
intve given so iniicli satisfaction to those persons i
who have favored him tnlli their orders, tlmt Ik*
it induced to give it publicity, that the eulotiists
may liitvc il« opportunity of getting n joo«J
T. M. Walker f irt' or iutiroutcs that it is Ins in
t«mion. ut mi early period, to t.rnu-.r:,i-i; ?V.c !
iMdndfarturinpof Eohji, wliiili he ftiis confidiiit i
will Ruin him hb much cradit us hin • mi-Jles Imw
nlnndy done, Hiid begs to solicit thu natroiuisv of
Ifei' public.
N. ll.—The ke?t price given for Tuliow un".
Waste Wb X .
Wo. 847, Wuktfitild-street.
T. M. WALKER, Soap and Candle Manu-
facturer, begs to inform his friends and
the public that he has been making Mould and
Dip Candles for some time, the quniity of which
have given so much satisfaction to those persons
who have favored him with their orders, that he
is induced to give it publicity, that the colonists
may have the opportunity of getting a good
T. M. Walker further intimated that it is his in-
tention. at an early period, to commence the
Manufacturing of Soap, which he feels confident
will gain him as much credit as his candles have
already done, and begs to solicit the patronage of
the public.
N. B.—The best price given for Tallow and
Waste Wax .
Wo. 347, Wakefield-street.
TOPICS. (Article), Port Augusta Dispatch and Flinders' Advertiser (SA : 1880 - 1884), Friday 3 September 1880 [Issue No.160] page 8 2017-04-25 14:58 of the FJimlers Cricket Club was held at
la.'.t. Mr. A. Gilliam occupied the chair.
been read, a statement of the finances wuU
and J. U. M. Hawkes; secretary and
treasurer, Mr. W. H. Tretvenack. An animated
of appointing a match captain for the seasou,
and Trenibath took part It was eventuallydecided
that the selection of luatch captain be left to
of the Flinders Cricket Club was held at
last. Mr. A. Gilliam occupied the chair.
been read, a statement of the finances was
and J. H. M. Hawkes; secretary and
treasurer, Mr. W. H. Trewenack. An animated
of appointing a match captain for the season,
and Trembath took part It was eventually decided
that the selection of match captain be left to
A FAMOUS FOOTBALL TEAM. THE STORY OF THE NORWOOD CLUB. (By "Spectator.") (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Saturday 11 July 1908 [Issue No.15,517] page 11 2017-04-25 14:49 the team were in able hands, Mr. W. 0.
the team were in able hands, Mr. W. O.

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