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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,140
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,482
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,076
5 Rhonda.M 3,099,346
...
898 wreckymeck 47,693
899 Robgayle 47,689
900 CathConnolly 47,665
901 Jeremy0sborn 47,637
902 rgs-greenslopes 47,598
903 DRice 47,597

47,637 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 595
July 2019 51
June 2019 1,454
May 2019 1,910
April 2019 626
January 2019 430
December 2018 2,654
November 2018 1,480
October 2018 30
September 2018 400
August 2018 2,557
July 2018 6,391
June 2018 15,766
May 2018 13,293

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,785,938
2 noelwoodhouse 3,899,482
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,055
5 Rhonda.M 3,099,333
...
893 trovulator 47,764
894 ksbeghen 47,727
895 Robgayle 47,687
896 Jeremy0sborn 47,635
897 DRice 47,595
898 CathConnolly 47,562

47,635 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 595
July 2019 51
June 2019 1,454
May 2019 1,910
April 2019 626
January 2019 430
December 2018 2,652
November 2018 1,480
October 2018 30
September 2018 400
August 2018 2,557
July 2018 6,391
June 2018 15,766
May 2018 13,293

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,377
2 PhilThomas 128,751
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
3020 jby276 2
3021 JennHibbens 2
3022 jennielneilen 2
3023 Jeremy0sborn 2
3024 jimrhiz 2
3025 JJ.Gray 2

2 line(s) corrected.

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December 2018 2


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Thursday 27 June 1918 [Issue No.18,628] page 4 2019-08-21 19:57 HOWARD.^-4>n Uve âûth June, at "Kainga,"
BEDFORD.-In sid anl loving mtmorj o* m> I
HAWKINS.-In l>*mg memorv of our dear wife
M It. and Mrs. J. SIMMONS and FAMILY, of.
Wirrabara, «inccrely THANK all friends and
relatives who sent canis, letters, and aUo per
«..nul expression« of üyiupathy during their late
Privirtc A. K. Shnmi'im. __^_._
HOWARD.^-4>n Uve âûth June, at "Kainga,"
BEDFORD.-In sid anl loving mtmorj o* m> I
HAWKINS.-In l>*mg memorv of our dear wife
Mr and Mrs. J. SIMMONS and FAMILY, of
Wirrabara, sinccrely THANK all friends and
relatives who sent cards, letters, and also per-
sonal expressions of sympathy during their late
Private A. E. Simmons.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Friday 18 March 1881 [Issue No.5,159] page 2 2019-08-21 19:50 DANZIE—COOK.—On the 14th March, at
DANZIE—COCK.—On the 14th March, at
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Express (Adelaide, SA : 1922 - 1923), Wednesday 18 April 1923 [Issue No.17,916] page 2 2019-08-21 19:48 Wirrabara Methodist Church, by the Re. J. Kil-
Wirrabara Methodist Church, by the Rev. J. Kil-
Auction Sales. (Article), Laura Standard and Crystal Brook Courier (SA : 1917 - 1948), Friday 12 February 1932 [Issue No.2153] page 3 2019-08-21 19:47 announce that on Friday, Febru
draught horses. Ford motorcar.
from Mr. J. Simmons, Golds
announce that on Friday, Febru-
draught horses, Ford motorcar,
from Mr. J. Simmons, Golds-
A FANCY DRESS BALL. (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 6 September 1924 [Issue No.3,546] page 64 2019-08-21 19:45 ?The Murray Town footballers held a fancy
dress dance* en Friday'evening. Visitors' were
present from Port' Gennefn Wilmington, Wirra
bara, Boolcroo Centre, Melrose. ? and Wongyarra.
ever held in Murray Town. . The judges were: —
(Melrose), Mr. V. Turbin (Wir'rabara), and prizes
Hcnty and Miss Callcndar, Boolcroo ' Centre
?(Crinolines) ; most amusing, Missds Mae Kroener
and Madcre Hillman. Wilminrton 'fthe American
Kids), -.most original. Mr. and lire. N. R. I?ar
Mr. Eddy' Collins was presented, with a gof-1
Cameron and B. Douhardt carried out the duties
of Ms.C. Mr. V. Turpin officiated at the
piano. ' The ladies provided home-made cakes..
sisted in dispensing supper by Mesdame~s A. Mc
Lachlan N. R. Barratt. Donovan, and the Misses
Miss A. Reed (Poverty), Miss M. Hatch (Car
(Persian Dancer), Miss L. White (Irish Col
and Mrs. Dettmar, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, ' Mr.
and Mrs. Piper, Mr. and Mrs. D. Williams. Mr.
Mrs. Ken Hackett. Mrs. Starr. Mrs. Higgins, Mrs.
McLaclilan, Mrs. Veal. Mrs. Burford. Mrs. Rich
ards, sen. Mrs. Collins, Mrs. ? Donovan, - Misses
Veal, McKenzie (2), Foster. Fullers (2), Ste
vens. Dennis. Burke. I. Scott, Webb, Giddings
McLachlan, Lyons (2), C. Wade. Fos'ter, Messrs.
A. Powel, B. Featherstonhaugh. Miller Prin
Lowson, . J.. Stracke, Taylor, Fry, Turner, Dan
Ryan, Eye, C. . Davis D. Fimmel. PhylliR, J.
Kennedy. Lawrie, Davis. G. Clifton. H. Hall, F.
Fuller, Jackson, sen., B. ColliiiB, Eddie Collins.
McKeuzie (2), Osborne (2), Cristianson Clarke.
Jcnner, Walsh. Kranz (2), Burford, Beichstein,
G. Leonard. McMahon, Blieske.
The Murray Town footballers held a fancy
dress dance on Friday evening. Visitors were
present from Port Germein, Wilmington, Wirra-
bara, Booleroo Centre, Melrose, and Wongyarra.
ever held in Murray Town. The judges were: —
(Melrose), Mr. V. Turbin (Wirrabara), and prizes
Henty and Miss Callender, Booleroo Centre
(Crinolines) ; most amusing, Misses Mae Kroener
and Madge Hillman, Wilmington (the American
Kids), most original. Mr. and Mrs N. R. Bar-
Mr. Eddy' Collins was presented, with a gold
Cameron and B. Donhardt carried out the duties
of M.C. Mr. V. Turpin officiated at the
piano. The ladies provided home-made cakes
&c, and the members of the team were as-
sisted in dispensing supper by Mesdames A. Mc
Lachlan N. R. Barratt, Donovan, and the Misses
Miss A. Reed (Poverty), Miss M. Hatch (Car-
(Persian Dancer), Miss L. White (Irish Col-
and Mrs. Dettmar, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Mr.
and Mrs. Piper, Mr. and Mrs. D. Williams, Mr.
Mrs. Ken Hackett, Mrs. Starr, Mrs. Higgins, Mrs.
McLachlan, Mrs. Veal, Mrs. Burford, Mrs. Rich-
ards, sen. Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Donovan, Misses
N. Allington. Simmons (2), Hatch, Burford,
Veal, McKenzie (2), Foster. Fullers (2), Ste-
vens, Dennis, Burke, I. Scott, Webb, Giddings
McLachlan, Lyons (2), C. Wade, Foster, Messrs.
A. Powel, B. Featherstonhaugh. Miller Prin-
Lawson, J. Stracke, Taylor, Fry, Turner, Dan
Ryan, Eye, C. Davis D. Fimmel, Phyllis, J.
Kennedy. Lawrie, Davis, G. Clifton, H. Hall, F.
Fuller, Jackson, sen., B. Collins, Eddie Collins.
McKenzie (2), Osborne (2), Cristianson Clarke.
Jenner, Walsh. Kranz (2), Burford, Reichstein,
G. Leonard, McMahon, Blieske.
CLEARING SALE. (Article), Laura Standard and Crystal Brook Courier (SA : 1917 - 1948), Friday 6 February 1931 [Issue No.2102] page 3 2019-08-21 19:31 On Monday, February 16, on the pro
under insfcruetibns from Mr. J. A. Sim-
mons, who is leaving the distinct, a
issue. '
On Monday, February 16, on the pro-
under instructions from Mr. J. A. Sim-
mons, who is leaving the district, a
issue.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 22 January 1949 [Issue No.28172] page 18 2019-08-21 19:29 nised at St. Barnagas' C. of E. on
nised at St. Barnabas C. of E. on
MOTOR CAR OVERTURNS. Wirrabara, April 22. (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 1 May 1926 [Issue No.3,632] page 48 2019-08-21 19:26 When Messrs. Simmons and Wemnch
were raturnini? homo from Wirrabara on
Tuesday evening .in a mo Mr car they ran
.over an embankment near Murray Town,
with the rc-suit thai the car overturned.
Mr, Simmons escaped with a 'severe shak
nbout the head. He was taken to the
Bop'.jvpo. .C'Qiur.e Hospital, where it was
'?tgu'hfl' ritscssUjV/'l'd 'insert', .seil-pra! -etitpftte.
When Messrs. Simmons and Weinrich
were returning home from Wirrabara on
Tuesday evening in a motor car they ran
over an embankment near Murray Town,
with the result that the car overturned.
Mr. Simmons escaped with a severe shak-
about the head. He was taken to the
Booleroo Centre Hospital, where it was
found necessary to insert several stitches.
WIRRABARA HEROES. UNVEILING HONOR ROLL (Article), The Laura Standard (SA : 1889 - 1917), Friday 20 October 1916 [Issue No.1,387] page 3 2019-08-21 19:23 On Tuesday afbernoon at the Wirra
bara Institube Hall, in tbe presence of
a large and jrepreeeutative gathering,,
Roll, apon which waB inscribed the
nameB of 58 residents of the district
service, since the outbreak or hostilities
proceedings commenced with fehs
ringing of the National Anthem and
G-ud Bless our Splendid Men.
htidabeen most satisfactory. Tbose who
remained were of the opinion bhat in
call of King and Empire and arrange,
mentb had been made to eecare bhe
he regretted tbe occasion had arisen to
neceseitate the people gathering in the';
hall to witness tbe unveiling of ait
Honor Roll, he waB oonvinoed thab
Australians were always willing bo dot
justice* and give honor to those to
wtioni it was due. Any man shoaH
country, wehtbor it was within tbe
and they were justifiably proud of tbe
men Jrom bhe Wirrabara district) who*
had maria tiha ? RftOrificft. He W'S.
Service should be the watchword ot
the nation. The great war in whioh
they were engaged was a great) fire
and the more men they got ttie sooner
it woald be pat oat. They had ment
to do honor bo those who bad volun
yonng men who bad enlisted.
Jure, joenry o.uut, tureo ui wuu»o
eons had volunteered, one of whom has :
been killed in actioD, onveiled the]
Honor Roll, ?which is a fiue piece of i
work,, designed and executed by Mrs
A E Lykke, of Adelaide. In on»ei;
mg bhe Roll Mrs. Hunt said;— 'I feel
given, me to day to do honor to ou
L
j brave boys who bave gone from our
I town'aud district to fight for King and
j Qouutry. When we realise that ibis
' for us and Home and Liberty Cbal
something to show our anoreciatiion of
great pleasure in uov-iliug bhe Roll
of Honor which will ever remind us o
them.1*
The school children, under the di
Mies Lawid, Hang 'Australia will be
There.'
j w. ijjster also addressed the gaih*t.
| ing and i.i doing to paid a cribcte to
» the courage, loyalty, and patriotism of
tbose who had volunteered for active
service from tbe Wimbara disbrict.
Tbe Song of Australia waB sung
and cL.eeis were given for the King
and r,he Boys at tue Front.
The Qoaor Roll, which will be
placed iua prominent place in the Hall,
to a wormy muure to ilie men who
have rallied to the Hag in response to
tbe call of K.iug and Counbry.
Tbe following named are on 'tbe
WIBRABARA DISTRICT
J H Clarke W J Browa
CFHunt W Gilbert
Ken Milhincb, J Cockiugtoa
G Shuttlewortb C A Dansie
A Simmons L W Maekie
A Wade C Jenrrer
L Pascoe R P Huut
U D Stimsoo J W Briatow®
J W Potts J A Danaio
A N Kaglesa £ Turner
W S Shuttleworth D Turuer
LMcPhail A CA Davis
H L Francis * S C McLean
D C Carruthera R Mamer
L M Clarko E Hoskins
A Milhineh
On Tuesday afbernoon at the Wirra-
bara Institute Hall, in tbe presence of
a large and representative gathering,
Roll, upon which was inscribed the
names of 58 residents of the district
service, since the outbreak of hostilities
proceedings commenced with the
singing of the National Anthem and
God Bless our Splendid Men.
had been most satisfactory. Tbose who
remained were of the opinion that in
call of King and Empire and arrange-
ments had been made to secure the
Honor Roll which was to be unveiled
he regretted the occasion had arisen to
necessitate the people gathering in the
hall to witness the unveiling of an
Honor Roll, he was convinced that
Australians were always willing to do
justice and give honor to those to
whom it was due. Any man should
country, whether it was within the
and they were justifiably proud of the
men from the Wirrabara district who
had made the sacrifice. He was,
Service should be the watchword of
the nation. The great war in which
they were engaged was a great fire
and the more men they got the sooner
it would be put out. They had meant
to do honor to those who had volun-
young men who had enlisted.
Mrs Henry Hunt, three of whose
sons had volunteered, one of whom has
been killed in action, unveiled the
Honor Roll, which is a fine piece of
work, designed and executed by Mrs
A E Lykke, of Adelaide. In unveil-
ing the Roll Mrs. Hunt said;— 'I feel
given me to day to do honor to our

brave boys who have gone from our
town and district to fight for King and
Country. When we realise that it is
for us and Home and Liberty that
something to show our appreciation of
great pleasure in unveiling the Roll
of Honor which will ever remind us of
them.
The school children, under the di-
Miss Lewis, sang '’Australia will be
There.'’
W. Foster also addressed the gather-
ing and in doing so paid a tribute to
the courage, loyalty, and patriotism of
those who had volunteered for active
service from the Wirrabara district.
The Song of Australia was sung
and cheers were given for the King
and the Boys at the Front.
The Honor Roll, which will be
placed in a prominent place in the Hall,
is a worthy tribute to the men who
have rallied to the flag in response to
the call of King and Country.
The following names are on the
WIRRABARA DISTRICT
J H Clarke W J Brown
C F Hunt W Gilbert
Ken Milhincb, J Cockington
G Shuttleworth C A Dansie
A Simmons L W Mackie
A Wade C Jenner
L Pascoe R P Hunt
R. D. Stimson J. W. Bristowe
J W Potts J A Dansie
A N Ragless E Turner
W S Shuttleworth D Turner
LMcPhail A C A Davis
H L Francis S C McLean
D C Carruthers R Mamer
L M Clarke E Hoskins
A Milhinch
WIRRABARA v. LAURA. (Article), Laura Standard and Crystal Brook Courier (SA : 1917 - 1948), Friday 29 July 1921 [Issue No.1,623] page 3 2019-08-21 19:01 M. Aitmann. The quarter was ev-
M. Altmann. The quarter was ev-

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