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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,358,068
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,048
3 noelwoodhouse 2,838,294
4 annmanley 2,227,813
5 John.F.Hall 2,096,560
...
83 ellarocks 391,657
84 suedebyga 391,502
85 vjkingsr 388,678
86 doug.Butler 387,647
87 GJReid-B.Sc.M.Mgmt. 384,237
88 neilhilt47smith 381,835

387,647 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 5,906
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 4,358,065
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,048
3 noelwoodhouse 2,838,294
4 annmanley 2,227,743
5 John.F.Hall 2,096,555
...
83 ellarocks 391,632
84 suedebyga 391,500
85 vjkingsr 388,678
86 doug.Butler 387,647
87 GJReid-B.Sc.M.Mgmt. 383,837
88 neilhilt47smith 381,791

387,647 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 5,906
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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POLICE COURTS. PORT ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JULY 11. [Before Captain Douglass.] (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Monday 13 July 1857 [Issue No.3360] page 3 2017-03-25 10:10 Tiomat Donald and George Wilcox, of the Gilmore*
Thomas Donald and George Wilcox, of the Gilmore*
Mr. George Wilcox. (Article), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Saturday 8 September 1917 [Issue No.5,662] page 20 2017-03-25 10:01 One of <the most familiar figures in com
on Wednesday morning, after a long ill
in 1838, Mr. Wilcox came to South Austra
his father, established a drapery and gene
the development of the hide and -skin
sons—Messrs. G. S. _ and Murray Wilcox.
his garden at Mitcham, and was particu
oue of the finest and largest in Australia
One of the most familiar figures in com-
on Wednesday morning, after a long ill-
in 1838, Mr. Wilcox came to South Austra-
his father, established a drapery and gene-
the development of the hide and skin
sons—Messrs. G. S. and Murray Wilcox.
his garden at Mitcham, and was particu-
one of the finest and largest in Australia
Death Of Mr. Sidney Wileox (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Monday 2 February 1942 page 8 2017-03-25 09:58 late Mr Witcox
late Mr Wilcox
Death Of Mr. Sidney Wileox (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Monday 2 February 1942 page 8 2017-03-25 09:13 [?] Adelaide, at the
Ist* Mr Witcox
was ? son of the
late George Wil
lettlers ami for
occupied talm
sell with pasto
Park, at Morean.
nterest in Koo
luunure aiauon in the North-
He was oorn at Mitcham, and
Young's Park&ide school going
soon afterwards into bis rather*
business. In 1889 Hie became a
partner oi his father and Mr den
Legoe. and they purchased the Bi m
or W. Mofflui & Co.. which later
became George Wilcox &Co This
was amalgamated with the arm <if
Mofflin & Co.. or Sydney, to become
the present company of Wilcox.
Mofflin Ltd The late Mr Wilt-ox
remained a director until bis re
with Mr Legoe havlne lasted for
A very charitable man ne made
many eifty privately and in 1940
or a women s college at the Uni
Wilcox who war a bachelor, if sur
Wilcox. or Sydney and a sister.
Miss N. Wilcox. oi Brougham
' Wilcas
Death Of Mr. Sidney Wilcox
Adelaide, at the
late Mr Witcox
was a son of the
late George Wil-
settlers and for
occupied him-
self with pasto-
Park, at Morgan.
interest in Koonamore
Station in the North-
He was born at Mitcham, and
Young's Parkside school going
soon afterwards into his father's
business. In 1889 he became a
partner of his father and Mr Glen
Legoe. and they purchased the firm
or W. Mofflin & Co.. which later
became George Wilcox & Co This
was amalgamated with the firm of
Mofflin & Co.. of Sydney, to become
the present company of Wilcox,
Mofflin Ltd The late Mr Wilcox
remained a director until his re-
with Mr Legoe having lasted for
A very charitable man he made
many gifts privately and in 1940
of a women s college at the Uni-
Wilcox who was a bachelor, is sur-
Wilcox. of Sydney and a sister.
Miss N. Wilcox. of Brougham
Wilcox
Family Notices (Family Notices), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 7 March 1899 [Issue No.16,322] page 4 2017-03-25 01:26 *66c ? tt, Royal Exchange.
*66c 22, Royal Exchange.
Family Notices (Family Notices), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 19 March 1895 [Issue No.15,084] page 2 2017-03-25 01:25 rjlO LET. SUSSEX-STREET, GLENELG,
Gardner, Koyal Exchange. ati7c
TO LET. SUSSEX-STREET, GLENELG,
Gardner, Royal Exchange. ati7c
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Thursday 31 July 1890 [Issue No.7,997] page 2 2017-03-25 01:23 GARDNER -On the 30th July, at Wakeflekl-abreat,
the wife ot Gavin 7. Gardner, ot a son."
GARDNER -On the 30th July, at Wakefield-street,
the wife of Gavin F. Gardner, ot a son."
THE LATE MR. GARDNER. References at the Stock Exchange. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Friday 21 March 1919 [Issue No.16,688] page 1 2017-03-24 23:53 Dr. J. L. Gardner, of Melbourne), and five
Dr. J. F. Gardner, of Melbourne), and five
CONCERNING PEOPLE. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Friday 21 March 1919 [Issue No.22,578] page 6 2017-03-24 23:14 name, died at his' residence, Trinity' street,
nearly the same keen interest in financia,
THE LATE MR. GAVIN F. GARDNER.
added to his commercial experience. . His
members of the Stock Exchange of Ade:
laide (1837), and the only other gentlemen
still members are' Messrs. S. E.. Beach, D.
J. P. Gardner (Melbourne), Mesdames G.
(Adelaide). ' ... . ,
The death occurred at his residence, an
Legislative Council.' The late Mr. Mel
ville; who was in the ninetieth year p£ hia
age, had been : a member of Parliament
since 1882. ' He held a portfolio in the
1904 Kadi fulfilled the duties of VicfrGhair
mari ofrGommittees'.' ??:?'? ':' '.'? c:''.v*
An interesting visitor to Adelaide ia
City of York on Wednesday* Dr^
Rooke, ' who is a well-known heart
and lung specialist of Brighton,' Eng
land, had retired from practice; but'
when war broke out he offered hiB
years' Dr. Rooke 'worked for his country,
S'assed through hie hands, and he was on
uty every day, including Sundays; and, aa
easiest of tasks to hold a stethescope'to
one's ear for' seven hours daily, and keep
unfit men. But Dr. Rooke considered it- a
Royal Air Force. This young man has. a
was an 'Australian (daughter of 'Mr; James
Cochran, of Widgewa^ New South Wales),
and he has ttriee visited the Oommon
weaKh. ? Dr. Rooke's vr?sel passed that
doctor ufiiiosophical'iy- cabled 'the fortuna
of war.'. The doctor needed a. rest, so he
City, of York, and has enjoyed the 100114
trip to the eastern States and- Tasmania.
He paid a- tribute to Oaij-c-- McKellar/a
kindly- treatment of the returning troops;
also 'to the general condition'of . the ship.
The -trustees of the ; Scarf e Cottage
Homes,- Norwood, save a social at tha
hpmetif Mr. E. A. /Fry to commemorate
her. ninetieth birthday. Mri A. Tivers (on
of congratulation was accorded to- M'rs.
. jirs. f. a. ray.
. jirs. f. a. ray.
Fry as the oldest resident of the; homes
and oji. the attainment of her ninetieth
birthday in comparatively good' health.
made; Mr; Ttvers' announced, amjd' ap
plause, that the trustees had decided'; tp
make a present of money to Mrs.' Fry. :
.Thedeath occurred last, Saturday, in a
private hospiial at the Semaphore of .Mr.
Robert Frederick Heath, a highly ;; re
spected' resident of Port Adelaide. ;' The
deceased n-as the fourth son of Capt. Phil
upon a seafaring life. He settled at- For?
years ago, and was employed ss a foreman
which service he retired .15 years ago. He
P,ast Chief Ranger. Mr. Heath married
28- yeare ago Mis3 Mary Ann. daughter of
she survives him. There are :wo children
An old and respected resideni in the per
the late Mr. William McLean), of. Walla
Raglan in 1854. She lived in Wallaroo for ?
— survive, and there are nine, grandchiidmb'
and 14'ktea.tflrandchildren. . '
nearly the same keen interest in financial
added to his commercial experience. His
members of the Stock Exchange of Ade-
laide (1887), and the only other gentlemen
still members are Messrs. S. E.. Beach, D.
J. F. Gardner (Melbourne), Mesdames G.
(Adelaide).
The death occurred at his residence, in
Legislative Council.' The late Mr. Mel-
ville; who was in the ninetieth year of his
age, had been a member of Parliament
since 1882. He held a portfolio in the
1904 had fulfilled the duties of Vice-Chair-
man of Committees.
An interesting visitor to Adelaide is
City of York on Wednesday. Dr.
Rooke, who is a well-known heart
and lung specialist of Brighton, Eng-
land, had retired from practice; but
when war broke out he offered his
years Dr. Rooke worked for his country,
passed through hie hands, and he was on
duty every day, including Sundays; and, as
easiest of tasks to hold a stethescope to
one's ear for seven hours daily, and keep
unfit men. But Dr. Rooke considered it a
Royal Air Force. This young man has a
was an Australian (daughter of Mr; James
Cochran, of Widgewa, New South Wales),
and he has thrice visited the Common-
wealth. Dr. Rooke's vessel passed that
doctor philosophically cabled 'the fortuna
of war.'. The doctor needed a rest, so he
City, of York, and has enjoyed the round
trip to the eastern States and Tasmania.
He paid a tribute to Capt. McKellar's
kindly treatment of the returning troops;
also to the general condition of the ship.
Homes, Norwood, gave a social at the
home of Mr. E. A. Fry to commemorate
her ninetieth birthday. Mr. A. Tivers (on
of congratulation was accorded to Mrs.
MRS A. FRY
Fry as the oldest resident of the homes
and on the attainment of her ninetieth
birthday in comparatively good health.
made. Mr. Tivers announced, amid ap-
plause, that the trustees had decided to
make a present of money to Mrs. Fry.
The death occurred last Saturday in a
private hospiial at the Semaphore of Mr.
Robert Frederick Heath, a highly re-
spected resident of Port Adelaide. The
deceased was the fourth son of Capt. Phil-
upon a seafaring life. He settled at Port
years ago, and was employed as a foreman
which service he retired 15 years ago. He
Past Chief Ranger. Mr. Heath married
28 years ago Miss Mary Ann. daughter of
she survives him. There are two children
An old and respected resident in the per-
the late Mr. William McLean), of Walla-
Raglan in 1854. She lived in Wallaroo for
— survive, and there are nine, grandchildren
and 14 great-grandchildren.
THE LATE MR. GARDNER. References at the Stock Exchange. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Friday 21 March 1919 [Issue No.16,688] page 1 2017-03-24 17:35 "We regret to retard the death on March
20 of Mr. Gavin Gardner, the -well-known
years connected with the Adelaide Stotk
street, Bt. Peters. Mr. Gardner was boi n j
a taste for culture which, took the direc-
was a mau of high principles, who won the
cace health for some years. A man of
part in" public affairs, but found . a field
as a source of income. His close study , of
meat business made him an authority on
all subjects in connection ..with .it. He was
was: an authority on picture and curios,
brought to South Australia when o years
"We regret to record the death on March
20 of Mr. Gavin Gardner, the well-known
years connected with the Adelaide Stock
street, St. Peters. Mr. Gardner was born
a taste for culture which took the direc-
was a man of high principles, who won the
cate health for some years. A man of
part in public affairs, but found a field
as a source of income. His close study of
ment business made him an authority on
all subjects in connection with it. He was
was an authority on picture and curios,
brought to South Australia when 3 years

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