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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,902,916
2 noelwoodhouse 3,960,702
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,803
5 Rhonda.M 3,297,157
...
2760 GregStep 10,376
2761 SteveWard 10,375
2762 JRHawes 10,371
2763 GMas007 10,350
2764 fuary 10,342
2765 eef1958 10,341

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Corrections by month

January 2020 357
December 2019 1,143
November 2019 1,697
October 2019 1,882
September 2019 732
August 2019 197
July 2019 48
June 2019 605
May 2019 407
April 2019 317
March 2019 2,082
February 2019 883

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,902,714
2 noelwoodhouse 3,960,702
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,777
5 Rhonda.M 3,297,144
...
2763 SteveL 10,334
2764 Clow86 10,320
2765 strife 10,305
2766 GMas007 10,304
2767 Dralex 10,301
2768 bbritton 10,296

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Corrections by month

January 2020 355
December 2019 1,141
November 2019 1,697
October 2019 1,882
September 2019 732
August 2019 197
July 2019 48
June 2019 605
May 2019 393
April 2019 317
March 2019 2,078
February 2019 859

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 340,286
2 PhilThomas 140,656
3 GeoffMMutton 128,982
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
710 AStebbing 46
711 Caldeson 46
712 dianef 46
713 GMas007 46
714 Janet64 46
715 jeansieguy 46

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January 2020 2
December 2019 2
May 2019 14
March 2019 4
February 2019 24


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WEDDINGS ALDERMAN—FISHER (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 26 June 1930 [Issue No.3,839] page 69 2020-01-27 14:05 On June 9, at Sti Andrew's Presbyterian
Church, Mildura, Phyllis, youngest daugh
Mason, tmra son or Mr. .pna Mrs. u.- Mason,
by her father, wore an ivory satin prin
embroide-ed veil, which fell in soft folds
streamers ai:d satin horseshoes.
The bridesmaid was Miss Thelma Green
de cnlne, with flared skirt, featuring the
the bodice 'at one side, from shoulder- to
ALDERMAN—FISHER
falling to the ankles. The veil of embroi-
trimmed with loops of velvet ribbon in
On June 9, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian
Church, Mildura, Phyllis, youngest daugh-
Mason, third son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Mason,
by her father, wore an ivory satin prin-
embroidered veil, which fell in soft folds
streamers and satin horseshoes.
The bridesmaid was Miss Thelma Green-
de cnine, with flared skirt, featuring the
the bodice at one side, from shoulder to
MARRIED AT MILDURA Bridal Toilette Of White Satin (Article), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Thursday 3 July 1930 [Issue No.4,541] page 49 2020-01-27 13:54 white satin streamers and satin- horseshoes.
Miss Thelma Greenwood was the brides
de chine, with flared skirt, featuring an un
even hem. From the shoulder °on_ one side
worn. Mr. Clariie Mason was best man.
dinner at the Grand Hotel, where a few in
timate friends and relatives of the bride end
brown tonings, with a tuck-in blouse and be
white satin streamers and satin horseshoes.
Miss Thelma Greenwood was the brides-
de chine, with flared skirt, featuring an un-
even hem. From the shoulder on one side
worn. Mr. Clarrie Mason was best man.
dinner at the Grand Hotel, where a few in-
timate friends and relatives of the bride and
brown tonings, with a tuck-in blouse and be-
MARRIED AT MILDURA Bridal Toilette Of White Satin (Article), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Thursday 3 July 1930 [Issue No.4,541] page 49 2020-01-27 13:53 [MARRIED AT M1LDURA
In an ivory satin frock, made Princess I
style, with flared skirt, and a coronet of j
orange blossoms holding her beautifully em
she
feature of the bridal toilette was the en ower
MARRIED AT MILDURA
In an ivory satin frock, made Princess
style, with flared skirt, and a coronet of
orange blossoms holding her beautifully em-
feature of the bridal toilette was the shower
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 9 September 1929 [Issue No.23220] page 1 2020-01-27 13:31 JEFFS. — Tn memory of our dour father, Al
fred, died 9th September, 1928: ulso loving
Just a token fond and tnfe.
Loved and remembered tho name to-day
As In the hour you passed away.
— 'Inserted by loving sons, Murray and
CttVB.
JEFFS. — In memory of our dear father, Al-
fred, died 9th September, 1928: also loving
Just a token fond and true.
Loved and remembered the name to-day
As in the hour you passed away.
— Inserted by loving sons, Murray and
Clive.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 11 September 1928 [Issue No.22,911] page 1 2020-01-27 13:25 for the . New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner.
for the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner.
AUSTRALIAN ACTRESSES ARE HOME AGAIN (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 7 April 1954 [Issue No.21,126] page 12 2020-01-27 10:43 I AUSTRALIAN ACTRESSES
Actesses Tana Eyvans (let)1
and Bettina Faulkhead. who
AUSTRALIAN ACTRESSES
Actresses Tana Eyvans (left)
and Bettina Faulkhead, who
arrived at Fremantle in the
Actress to go abroad (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 17 June 1953 [Issue No.23,731] page 19 2020-01-27 10:37 ' Australian actress
Bettina Faulkhcad,
who will leave Mel
eden on Julv 19. hones
one piaua ui uu iuuiu
and repertory work.-
Miss Faulknead has play
In character roles.
In their production of
She is going with pro
ducer Tana Evyans. and
England. France and Ger
Nunawacling
Australian actress
Bettina Faulkhead,
who will leave Mel-
eden on July 17, hopes
She plans to do radio
and repertory work.
Miss Faulkhead has play-
in character roles.
in their production of
She is going with pro-
ducer Tana Evyans and
England, France and Ger-
Nunawading
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Thursday 16 June 1932 page 8 2020-01-26 12:14 Rogers, Lock Nine Residence, River Mur
ray, Victoria, to Allan, second son of Mr.
Rogers, Lock Nine Residence, River Mur-
ray, Victoria, to Allan, second son of Mr.
Tynte-street Baptist Church, Thomas W.
Church, Pulteney-street, on Saturday, the
bourne Park, will be solemnised at St.
Peters.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Saturday 18 September 1909 [Issue No.5,246] page 8 2020-01-21 23:37 and family connections was, and Is, repre
Australia—Yorke's Peninsula,' Congratu
A. H. Carne and also a pithy address by!
. Mrs. Skipworth Rodda. Mr. Joseph Rodda,
Toiling out on tlie blucgrass plains.
To the click o{ the dusty drafting- gale.
. All lor a mother, a wife, a -ohQd. .
Hearts of* gold. O hearts of gold.
and family connections was, and is, repre-
Australia—Yorke's Peninsula. Congratu-
A. H. Carne and also a pithy address by
Mrs. Skipworth Rodda. Mr. Joseph Rodda,
Toiling out on the bluegrass plains.
To the click of the dusty drafting gate.
All for a mother, a wife, a child.
Hearts of gold. O hearts of gold.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Saturday 18 September 1909 [Issue No.5,246] page 8 2020-01-21 23:35 . ^Thirty years ago Mr. Joseph fiodda' b£
6an farming at Thomag Plains, and, like
many another splendid man on Yorke's Pe
ninsula, set - out to make the -wilderness
blossom as the rose. No railway, no Bee
taloo, no superphosphate, no motor cars m
those days. Bard, strenuous, unremitting
toil was'the portion of men and. women. AQ
September 3, 1881, at the Paekeville Met
thodist Church (the first wedding in thiui
church, by the way) the Rev. Arthur Ww
"lEBley Wellington joined together "ror heb
ter, for worse," Joseph,-second son of Tho
daughter of the late George- Skipworth, in
holy matrimony-. Miss Skipworth waf
lucky enough to be bom at Green's Plains
West; the nub °f Yorke's Peninsula, if not
Of South Australia (ride your Green g
Plains correspondent's reports], and doubt*
less much of the success that has fol- .
integrity and uprightness.- _
Thirty years ago Mr. Joseph Rodda be-
gan farming at Thomas Plains, and, like
many another splendid man on Yorke's Pe-
ninsula, set out to make the wilderness
blossom as the rose. No railway, no Bee-
taloo, no superphosphate, no motor cars in
those days. Hard, strenuous, unremitting
toil was the portion of men and women. All
September 3, 1881, at the Paskeville Met-
thodist Church (the first wedding in that
church, by the way) the Rev. Arthur Wel-
lealey Wellington joined together "for bet-
ter, for worse," Joseph, second son of Tho-
daughter of the late George Skipworth, in
holy matrimony. Miss Skipworth was
lucky enough to be born at Green's Plains
West; the hub of Yorke's Peninsula, if not
of South Australia (vide your Green's
Plains correspondent's reports], and doubt-
less much of the success that has fol-
of a fair share of this world's goods, &
integrity and uprightness.

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