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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,699,370
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,132
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,152
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,804
...
6247 lgwalker 2,630
6248 Pearl 2,629
6249 urbaer 2,629
6250 KVBENSON 2,628
6251 Sherdescend 2,628
6252 brisch 2,627

2,628 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 530
July 2019 1
June 2019 195
May 2019 32
April 2019 61
March 2019 65
September 2018 141
June 2018 666
May 2018 356
January 2018 44
December 2017 537

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,699,186
2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,003
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,131
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,791
...
6287 Susan-Matchett 2,603
6288 tulrose 2,603
6289 valsgirl 2,603
6290 KVBENSON 2,602
6291 onewaymule87 2,602
6292 wrigbe 2,602

2,602 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 530
July 2019 1
June 2019 195
May 2019 32
April 2019 61
March 2019 65
September 2018 141
June 2018 660
May 2018 336
January 2018 44
December 2017 537

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 299,678
2 PhilThomas 121,002
3 mickbrook 106,370
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 42,012
...
988 juliemonty 26
989 jyma 26
990 kentay177 26
991 KVBENSON 26
992 LAGA 26
993 LanPhil 26

26 line(s) corrected.

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June 2018 6
May 2018 20


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SERVICE OF THANKSGIVING. (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 11 May 1945 [Issue No.1684] page 2 2019-08-14 23:19 (hi Thursday afternoon pupils from
the local hiyh and pi imary schools and
the Convent of Mercy inarched in
procession to < 'cean Street, win re thee
were addressed In - Mr. A. 11. \\ arland.
Community siny'.ny was led In-
Mr. W. 11, Harnett, who also acted a
accompanist. The procession
headed by pomls of the Hiyh School,
who bore the hays of the lulled Xa
t ii me
On Thursday afternoon pupils from
the local high and primary schools and
the Convent of Mercy marched in
procession to Ocean Street, where they
were addressed by Mr. A. H. Warland.
Community singing was led by
Mr. W. H. Barnett, who also acted as
accompanist. The procession was
headed by pupils of the High School,
who bore the flags of the United Na-
tions
CHURCH NOTES (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 27 May 1949 [Issue No.1889] page 1 2019-08-14 23:16 Next Sunday morning the anniver
League will be conducted at the New
arc urged to attend with their children,
W. Harnett, and the subject of the
On Sunday. June slh, the Church will
guest preacher for the day. The minis
ter of Xewland Memorial will be sup
week from Melbourne, where he con
Next Sunday morning the anniver-
League will be conducted at the New-
are urged to attend with their children,
W. Barnett, and the subject of the
On Sunday. June 5th, the Church will
guest preacher for the day. The minis-
ter of Newland Memorial will be sup-
week from Melbourne, where he con-
ENTERTAINMENTS AT "THE CENTRAL." (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 2 February 1945 [Issue No.1670] page 1 2019-08-14 23:14 amusement. Other than Mr. W. Bar
amusement. Other than Mr. W. Bar-
ENTERTAINMENTS AT "THE CENTRAL." (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 2 February 1945 [Issue No.1670] page 1 2019-08-14 23:13 was an all-men's programme which in
eluded a 1 ianoforte solo. songs,
second half M the evening, a Christy
Minstrel shew which caused much
was an all-men's programme which in-
cluded a pianoforte solo, songs,
second half of the evening, a Christy
Minstrel show which caused much
ENTERTAINMENTS AT "THE CENTRAL." (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 2 February 1945 [Issue No.1670] page 1 2019-08-14 23:11 amusement. Other than Mr. \V. Har
nett, whose songs and. monologues
were very 11 uch appreciated, the art
Tickets sold out early and £l(>/5/6 was
to be crcdit'd to the Kuitpo Helpers'
As-ociation. The concert was arranged
by Messrs. Keg Low and Elliott For
amusement. Other than Mr. W. Bar
nett, whose songs and monologues
were very much appreciated, the art-
Tickets sold out early and £16/5/6 was
to be credited to the Kuitpo Helpers'
Association. The concert was arranged
by Messrs. Reg Low and Elliott For-
RADIO PARTIES. (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 12 December 1941 [Issue No.1520] page 3 2019-08-14 23:09 Hruce) wishes to thank* all those who
Bruce) wishes to thank all those who
RADIO PARTIES. (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 12 December 1941 [Issue No.1520] page 3 2019-08-14 23:09 Slate wide, the mayoress (Mrs. S. I).
made successful special etTorts during
tournaments, etc. It is very gratify
held during the month. Those . who
assisted were Victor Harbour Muni
cipal Hand. Lady Newland, Mrs. W.
J. Shaughncssy, Mrs. C. Nurton. Mrs.
A. I). Stock. Mrs. K. L. Rumbelow,
Mrs. Harher. Mrs. Jones, Miss K. Mc-
Namara. Miss Margaret Ihtuglas, Miss
Harnett, Mrs. T. Lane, Mrs. A. White.
Slate wide, the mayoress (Mrs. S. D.
made successful special efforts during
tournaments, etc. It is very gratify-
held during the month. Those who
assisted were Victor Harbour Muni-
cipal Band, Lady Newland, Mrs. W.
J. Shaughnessy, Mrs. C. Nurton, Mrs.
A. D. Stock, Mrs. E. L. Rumbelow,
Mrs. Barber, Mrs. Jones, Miss K. Mc-
Namara, Miss Margaret Douglas, Miss
Barnett, Mrs. T. Lane, Mrs. A. White.
SCOUT NOTES. (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 5 April 1940 [Issue No.1432] page 3 2019-08-14 23:05 them a> a special war service con
( >ur district Scouts are joining in
the Scout officers and your con
Two Scouts. Doug. Harnett and
Eddie Jenkins, passed the exami
joined the troop since the new'
year, and were among the keen
est Scouts at tbc Easter camp.
“Dicky" Turner and Garnet Par
(luring the recent serious bush
fires at Inman Valiev. Both <1 id .
them as a special war service con-
( Our district Scouts are joining in
the Scout officers and your con-
Two Scouts. Doug. Barnett and
Eddie Jenkins, passed the exami-
nation for second-class Scouts
joined the troop since the new
year, and were among the keen-
est Scouts at the Easter camp.
“Dicky" Turner and Garnet Par-
during the recent serious bush
fires at Inman Valiey. Both did
STUDENT’S CONCERT. (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Friday 14 April 1944 [Issue No.1638] page 3 2019-08-14 23:02 Martin and Gwen Hacse, Mr. W. Har
E. L. Rumbelow, W. Harnett, O. Pear
Jill Blackwell, Heather and Peggy Tre
gonning, Shirley Joy, Dorothy Penalu
rick, Hetty Eretwell. Bryan Jenkins,
Patricia Spiccr, Mavis Martin, Jean
Skurray and Mrs. Pearsc; violin solo,
Una Fcuerhcrdt; banjo-mandolin solos
Schriever; duets by Maxinc Pearsons
Acctynpanists were Miss Turner
small children), Miss Beth Hacse. Mrs.
Martin and Gwen Haese, Mr. W. Bar-
E. L. Rumbelow, W. Barnett, O. Pear-
Jill Blackwell, Heather and Peggy Tre-
gonning, Shirley Joy, Dorothy Penalu-
rick, Betty Fretwell, Bryan Jenkins,
Patricia Spicer, Mavis Martin, Jean
Skurray and Mrs. Pearse; violin solo,
Una Feuerherdt; banjo-mandolin solos
Schriever; duets by Maxine Pearsons
Accompanists were Miss Turner
small children), Miss Beth Haese. Mrs.
LOCAL SOLDIERS ENTERTAINED. (Article), Victor Harbour Times (SA : 1932 - 1986), Wednesday 25 December 1940 [Issue No.1,470] page 3 2019-08-14 22:58 w ho are on ( hnslnias leave w ere
while several bright and appro
priate vocal numbers were ren
dered 1»v the ever popular Will
Harnett, who also led the com
munity >’pging. Mr. Oliver Pear
sons ai. and as master oi cere
nionn • ad Mr. Laurie, on the
drums, as isted Mr. Harnett with
the mayor < Mr. S. I). Hruce) to
the folio- 'dug soldiers; —Privates
V. ilonevman. Maurice Roads.
A. and M. McCee. L. Tugwell. j.
Locking. I. Thesscnger. R. Wave,
i *ward Nightingale. and J.
W estley. Private 1.. L. Sheehan
wa > unable to be present, but he
will receive his gifts later. Ihe
presentations were made on be
Lund, the Country Women’s As
sociation. and the Croquet Club.
()ther speakers were Dr. Graham
R.5.5.1.L.A.), and Lieut-Com
mander W . Gregory. R.X. (retd.).
Private V. Iloneyman responded
who had been previously enter
tained were R. Denford. J. Den
ford, A. Smith, I). Smith. X.
Camac (K.A.A.F.). j. Young, K.
Hehir (R.A.A.F.). M. Hroadbent,
who are on Christmas leave were
while several bright and appro-
priate vocal numbers were ren-
dered by the ever popular Will
Barnett, who also led the com-
munity singing. Mr. Oliver Pear-
sons acted as master of cere-
monies and Mr. Laurie, on the
drums, assisted Mr. Barnett with
the mayor (Mr. S. D. Bruce) to
the foliowing soldiers; —Privates
V. Honeyman, Maurice Roads,
A. and M. McGee, E. Tugwell, j.
Locking, J. Thessenger, R. Waye,
Howard Nightingale, and J.
Westley. Private L. E. Sheehan
was unable to be present, but he
will receive his gifts later. The
presentations were made on be-
Fund, the Country Women’s As-
sociation, and the Croquet Club.
Other speakers were Dr. Graham
R.S.S.I.L.A.), and Lieut-Com-
mander W . Gregory. R.N. (retd.).
Private V. Honeyman responded
who had been previously enter-
tained were R. Denford. J. Den-
ford, A. Smith, D. Smith. N.
Camac (R.A.A.F.). j. Young, R.
Hehir (R.A.A.F.). M. Broadbent,

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