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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,548,548
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,023,250
4 annmanley 2,252,489
5 John.F.Hall 2,249,264
...
2103 d.r.barber 10,909
2104 JohnBundock 10,898
2105 dalebec 10,888
2106 zeirrek 10,885
2107 beth.annette.styles 10,881
2108 bevrob 10,881

10,885 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 144
June 2017 61
May 2017 42
April 2017 60
March 2017 196
February 2017 59
January 2017 131
December 2016 64
November 2016 85
October 2016 127
September 2016 153
August 2016 140
July 2016 224
June 2016 121
May 2016 118
April 2016 4
March 2016 9
February 2016 19
January 2016 45
December 2015 146
November 2015 63
October 2015 8
September 2015 58
August 2015 234
July 2015 207
June 2015 50
May 2015 386
April 2015 311
March 2015 205
February 2015 617
January 2015 413
December 2014 225
November 2014 171
October 2014 43
September 2014 549
August 2014 321
July 2014 268
June 2014 82
May 2014 20
April 2014 55
March 2014 46
February 2014 83
January 2014 11
December 2013 167
November 2013 332
October 2013 284
September 2013 842
August 2013 258
July 2013 144
June 2013 1,216
May 2013 1,005
April 2013 263

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,548,517
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,023,250
4 annmanley 2,252,419
5 John.F.Hall 2,249,259
...
2099 Kiamba.Kate 10,922
2100 d.r.barber 10,900
2101 JohnBundock 10,898
2102 zeirrek 10,885
2103 beth.annette.styles 10,881
2104 bevrob 10,881

10,885 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 144
June 2017 61
May 2017 42
April 2017 60
March 2017 196
February 2017 59
January 2017 131
December 2016 64
November 2016 85
October 2016 127
September 2016 153
August 2016 140
July 2016 224
June 2016 121
May 2016 118
April 2016 4
March 2016 9
February 2016 19
January 2016 45
December 2015 146
November 2015 63
October 2015 8
September 2015 58
August 2015 234
July 2015 207
June 2015 50
May 2015 386
April 2015 311
March 2015 205
February 2015 617
January 2015 413
December 2014 225
November 2014 171
October 2014 43
September 2014 549
August 2014 321
July 2014 268
June 2014 82
May 2014 20
April 2014 55
March 2014 46
February 2014 83
January 2014 11
December 2013 167
November 2013 332
October 2013 284
September 2013 842
August 2013 258
July 2013 144
June 2013 1,216
May 2013 1,005
April 2013 263

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230fch CASUALTY LIST. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1923), Saturday 7 October 1916 [Issue No.14139] page 2 2017-07-12 13:41 Cpl. H. W. SAUER, Nuriootpa (stationary), j
Cpl. H. W. SAUER, Nuriootpa (stationary),
THE AUSTRALIANS. 233rd CASUALTY LIST. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Saturday 14 October 1916 [Issue No.5,615] page 36 2017-07-12 13:40 Opl. H. W. SAUER, Nuriootpa (Sept. 82).
Sep. £. WALLACE, Kirkcaldy (Sept. IP).
Pte. B. V. P. FEEHAN. Adelaide (Sept. 22).
Cpl. H. W. SAUER, Nuriootpa (Sept. 22).
Sap. E. WALLACE, Kirkcaldy (Sept. 19).
Pte. R. V. P. FEEHAN. Adelaide (Sept. 22).
THE AUSTRALIANS. 233rd CASUALTY LIST. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1923), Thursday 12 October 1916 [Issue No.14142] page 1 2017-07-12 13:39 Cpl. H. W. SAUER, •Vuriootpa (Sept. 2!).
Cpl. H. W. SAUER, Nuriootpa (Sept. 22).
230th CASUALTY LIST. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Monday 9 October 1916 [Issue No.21,815] page 6 2017-07-12 13:38 Cpl. H. W. SAUER, Nuxiootpa (stabonrry).
Cpl. H. W. SAUER, Nuriootpa (stationary).
BIOGRAPHICAL. LATE CPL. H. SAUER. (Article), The Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1923), Thursday 5 October 1916 [Issue No.14137] page 1 2017-07-12 13:18 The deceased, who is the third sob
went to' Gallipoli, being present at the
in August. The deceased was of. a .
bright and Kappv disposition.
The deceased, who is the third sol-
went to Gallipoli, being present at the
in August. The deceased was of a
bright and happv disposition.
Coroner's Inquiry. DEATH OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEE. (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 30 November 1943 [Issue No.3660] page 2 2017-07-11 15:04 'Do. you know what happened ?' He
said, 'Yes. I was crossing the line
after being at tlie lavatory and I
tripped and fell'.' Witness said her
Demg tola or tne acciaent ana seeing
'the deceased at the hospital. He
also said that on 12th inst. he in
.engine. He was of the opinion/that
the trucks when the train moved be
"Do you know what happened ?" He
said, "Yes. I was crossing the line
after being at the lavatory and I
tripped and fell." Witness said her
being told of the accident and seeing
the deceased at the hospital. He
also said that on 12th inst. he in-
engine. He was of the opinion that
the trucks when the train moved be-
Coroner's Inquiry. DEATH OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEE. (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 30 November 1943 [Issue No.3660] page 2 2017-07-11 15:01 fruit train from5 the north came to a
The goods train from the south pass
ed through Bulliac; at 12.19 a.m. The
despatched soutli at 12.21 a.m. Cos
tello was found lying, on the 'down
side' of the loop line. An examina
7.30 a.m. on' l'lth November and
marks noticed on the 'down side'
that Costello was . run down by a
?train passing through the loop line
dragged to mileage 201 miles 20^
chains; Witness could not say de-r
finiteiy which train was involved in
the accident,, nor did he know any
say. A Railway' man on duty may:
carriage but if off duty, he must go
Hall «s on the I'down side' of the
from it. I. did not see from which
when lie left. Any Railway employee
when ; off duty isithe same as a civi
Doris May Costello, widow of de
ceased said: She1 and her daughter
went with her husband to a social'
in the Hall at Bulliac on the even
ing of 10th November. About mid
night her husband left the social to ;
been an accident, her husband oeing
injured. She' ran; to the railway line
and saw what happened. Hot hus
band was conscious and sajd 'Look
after Beulah.' Next day, in the hos
pital, her husband said: 'I am only
that.' Witness said to her husband,
fruit train from the north came to a
The goods train from the south pass-
ed through Bulliac at 12.19 a.m. The
despatched south at 12.21 a.m. Cos-
tello was found lying, on the "down
side" of the loop line. An examina-
7.30 a.m. on 11th November and
marks noticed on the "down side"
that Costello was run down by a
train passing through the loop line
dragged to mileage 201 miles 20¼
chains. Witness could not say de-
finitely which train was involved in
the accident, nor did he know any-
say. A Railway man on duty may
carriage but if off duty he must go
Hall is on the "down side" of the
from it. I did not see from which
when he left. Any Railway employee
when off duty is the same as a civi-
Doris May Costello, widow of de-
ceased said: She and her daughter
went with her husband to a social
in the Hall at Bulliac on the even-
ing of 10th November. About mid-
visit the Railway Night Officer.
been an accident, her husband being
injured. She ran to the railway line
and saw what happened. Her hus-
band was conscious and sajd "Look
after Beulah." Next day, in the hos-
pital, her husband said: "I am only
that." Witness said to her husband,
Coroner's Inquiry. DEATH OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEE. (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 30 November 1943 [Issue No.3660] page 2 2017-07-11 14:42 tello Ivine- beside the 'Down Side''
with Mr. McBane, at once commenc
ed tcf render first-aid. Whilst en
Bulliac, arrived and ' helped. We
.ol: the line it was ascertained that
miles 20J chains. The 'down side'
A. man could duck under the. buffers
portion of the line at Bulliac. De
- To Mr. McNamara (for Railway.
*7 OA «V wi virnvlrorl in
my charge until 5.10 pjn. He was
a.m. on '11th November. So far as I
after signing off at 5.'10 p.m. ' At
not . on duty.
he saw Costello in the hall at Bulliac;
prior to the accident. He .wds in the
was standing at the door of the Hall'
about 12.25 a.m. on lltli November
the line. He found it was Ken Cos
lie' first saw him but did not say
and others rendering- first-aid-' to
the Gloucester: Station to send out
12.10 a.m. on Ilth., Costello had
light, for his cigarette, made a few
remarks about' the weather and de
parted. ' At the time Costello left
tello Iying beside the "Down Side''
with Mr. McBane, at once commenc-
ed to render first-aid. Whilst en-
Bulliac, arrived and helped. We
of the line it was ascertained that
miles 20½ chains. The "down side"
A man could duck under the buffers
portion of the line at Bulliac. De-
To Mr. McNamara (for Railway
for duty at 7.30 a.m., and worked in
my charge until 5.10 p.m. He was
a.m. on 11th November. So far as I
after signing off at 5.10 p.m. At
not on duty.
he saw Costello in the hall at Bulliac,
prior to the accident. He was in the
was standing at the door of the Hall
about 12.25 a.m. on 11th November
the line. He found it was Ken Cos-
he first saw him but did not say
and others rendering first-aid to
the Gloucester Station to send out
12.10 a.m. on 11th., Costello had
light for his cigarette, made a few
remarks about the weather and de-
parted. At the time Costello left
Coroner's Inquiry. DEATH OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEE. (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 30 November 1943 [Issue No.3660] page 2 2017-07-11 14:31 as did Mr. J. A. McNamara, on be
on. 11th November, 1943. He was
terrible injuries — the right'foot was
crushed and the left leg was miss
loff rtf tha lofl* loo' ixroll nn nn
the accident happened. He was op
erated upon by Drs. Channori, M.unro
and witness. Botli legs were ampu
to shock and haemorrhage, follow
ing upon the 'injuries received. The
a.m., on l'lth November I was walk
McBane when I heard a person cry
the line and discovered Fettl'er Cos
as did Mr. J. A. McNamara, on be-
on 11th November, 1943. He was
terrible injuries — the right foot was
crushed and the left leg was miss-
left side of the left leg well up on
the accident happened. He was op-
erated upon by Drs. Channon, Munro
and witness. Both legs were ampu-
to shock and haemorrhage, follow-
ing upon the injuries received. The
a.m., on 11th November I was walk-
McBane when I heard a person cry-
the line and discovered Fettler Cos-
Coroner's Inquiry. DEATH OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEE. (Article), The Gloucester Advocate (NSW : 1905 - 1954), Tuesday 30 November 1943 [Issue No.3660] page 2 2017-07-11 14:26 In the local Court House on Tues
day last Mr. J. G. Wilson, J.P.,
Kenneth Joseph Costello, an em
ployee of the N.S.W. Railway De
partment, which occurred in Narra
weema Hospital on Ilth Noveknber,
following an accident at Bulliac. I
to shock and haemorrhage conse
accidentally : struck by a railway
train at Bulliac on lltli November,
1943, and that there was no negli
gence on the part of any railway em
In the local Court House on Tues-
day last Mr. J. G. Wilson, J.P.,
Kenneth Joseph Costello, an em-
ployee of the N.S.W. Railway De-
partment, which occurred in Narra-
weema Hospital on 11th November,
following an accident at Bulliac.
to shock and haemorrhage conse-
accidentally struck by a railway
train at Bulliac on 11th November,
1943, and that there was no negli-
gence on the part of any railway em-

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