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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,830,241
2 noelwoodhouse 3,926,602
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,334,317
5 Rhonda.M 3,146,473
...
941 jhl1790 45,638
942 Mari 45,600
943 DMaddo 45,505
944 Sport01 45,343
945 WayneHodges 45,326
946 deb31utante 45,310

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October 2019 81
September 2019 4,531
August 2019 7,281
July 2019 8,805
June 2019 4,266
May 2019 829
February 2017 243
January 2017 72
November 2016 1,081
September 2016 487
June 2016 25
May 2016 2,848
April 2016 111
December 2015 12
September 2015 128
June 2015 1,299
March 2015 15
February 2015 2,125
January 2015 2,295
December 2014 463
November 2014 1,498
October 2014 63
June 2014 13
May 2014 237
April 2014 2,549
March 2014 3,047
February 2014 939

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,830,039
2 noelwoodhouse 3,926,602
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,334,296
5 Rhonda.M 3,146,460
...
940 jhl1790 45,609
941 Mari 45,594
942 DMaddo 45,505
943 Sport01 45,343
944 WayneHodges 45,326
945 deb31utante 45,307

45,343 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 81
September 2019 4,531
August 2019 7,281
July 2019 8,805
June 2019 4,266
May 2019 829
February 2017 243
January 2017 72
November 2016 1,081
September 2016 487
June 2016 25
May 2016 2,848
April 2016 111
December 2015 12
September 2015 128
June 2015 1,299
March 2015 15
February 2015 2,125
January 2015 2,295
December 2014 463
November 2014 1,498
October 2014 63
June 2014 13
May 2014 237
April 2014 2,549
March 2014 3,047
February 2014 939

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Advertising (Advertising), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 16 November 1850 [Issue No.386] page 1 2019-10-04 12:37 J -

Advertising (Advertising), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 16 November 1850 [Issue No.386] page 1 2019-10-04 12:35 when the stock is brought in
Horses 5s. each
Horned Cattle 3s.
Hams 5s.
Sheep 3s. for each pen
2. The exhibition will be Opened to the public at
1 o'clock. Admittance, one shilling for each -person.
A dinner will be provided at this " Norfolk Arms,"
An Exhibition of Elowers will be held in the dinner
room, which can be viewed between the hours of ^2
and 4 o'clock on payment of one'shilling each ^persons
| occasion on account of the lateness of the season and
[ earnestly invite all who are interested in floriculture to
exhibit «uch flowers as may be in season, with a view
i next year to be enabled to offer prizes worthy of com
j petion.
t E. A. WRIGHT,
, Secretary.
when the stock is brought in:—
Horses ................................ 5s. each
Horned Cattle ......................3s. ..
Rams ...................................5s. ..
Sheep .................................3s. for each pen
Swine ..................................2s. each.
2. The exhibition will be opened to the public at
1 o'clock. Admittance, one shilling for each person.
A dinner will be provided at the "Norfolk Arms,"
An Exhibition of Flowers will be held in the dinner
room, which can be viewed between the hours of 2
and 4 o'clock on payment of one shilling each persons.
occasion on account of the lateness of the season and
earnestly invite all who are interested in floriculture to
exhibit such flowers as may be in season, with a view
next year to be enabled to offer prizes worthy of com-
petion.
E. A. WRIGHT,
Secretary.
Advertising (Advertising), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 16 November 1850 [Issue No.386] page 1 2019-10-04 12:31 Cudia Creek...................... Mr Kelley
Kentor Valley....................... Mr Cornish
Under the especial Patronage of Sis E&ceU&nky the
THE Committee beg to announce that theTSxhi
bition of Stock will take place at the Adelaide;
Market, on Tuesday.Uie 19th "day ftf November next,
when the following -prizes will lie oflfered for compe
tition ;
Cudla Creek...................... Mr Kelley
Kenton Valley....................... Mr Cornish
Under the especial Patronage of His Excellency the
THE Committee beg to announce that the Exhi-
bition of Stock will take place at the Adelaide
Market, on Tuesday, the 19th day of November next,
when the following prizes will be offered for compe-
tition:—
ANTI-DRAY AND LAND-TAX LEAGUE. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 19 October 1850 [Issue No.382] page 3 2019-10-02 02:25 would guarantee-nay, if they wished it, become per- ;
eonally responsible for-±20 or even £50, should it
would guarantee—nay, if they wished it, become per-
sonally responsible for—£20 or even £50, should it
ANTI-DRAY AND LAND-TAX LEAGUE. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 19 October 1850 [Issue No.382] page 3 2019-10-02 02:24 Mr Watson said there -was no resolution passed to
enforce such an arrangement. .
Mr Norman hoped he would not be unnecessarily in
.was withdrawn as repugnant to the sense of the entire
justice was not exposed. {Hear, hear.) The arrange
tliat'arrangeinenfc. He said it was not a judicious ar
rangement-and that was to some extent admitted by
.was always found to work well in England, in the
various unions and associations that adopted it. He
Monday evening a series of resolutions were passed at j
voted towards the continued expenses .of the League;
Mr Watson said there was no resolution passed to
enforce such an arrangement. .
Mr Norman hoped he would not be unnecessarily in-
was withdrawn as repugnant to the sense of the entire
justice was not exposed. {Hear, hear.) The arrange-
that arrangement. He said it was not a judicious ar-
rangement—and that was to some extent admitted by
was always found to work well in England, in the
various unions and associations that adopted it. He
Monday evening a series of resolutions were passed at
voted towards the continued expenses of the League;
ANTI-DRAY AND LAND-TAX LEAGUE. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 19 October 1850 [Issue No.382] page 3 2019-10-02 02:21 Horse,*1 on Thursday last, pursuant to adjournment.
The Chairman, A. Anderson, Esq, said that in obe
dience to the resolution^ the last meeting he had waited
on J. H. Fisher, Esq., and instructed hiin to defend the
action iustituted in the Local Court, (Jawlt-r Town, by ths
Commissioners of the huudred of Talunga, ujain-.t Mr
payment of an assessment levied tinder the odious Road
Act. The members had, doubtlessly, seen the result ot
given for the plaintiffs, and ? tho legal points were re
Court, and uutil that decision was received the League
could proceed no further in the matter. The determi
nation of the members to abolish the impost had, «
possible,grown more strong,pending "the law's del&v,
as the Commissioners would find out, should the de
cision of the Judges be such as to induce them to pro
was not aware of there being any business for trans
action, ? he would call on the Secretary to re^d the
minu'es of tho last meeting that they might be con
The Secretary read the minute^ of the last meeting,
and they were then confirmed. .
assembled delegates to a matter of a nne importance.
The Secretary of the hundred ot Willunga had received j
a letter from the Secretary of the League, calling for |
the benefit of all. He (Mr Norman) had 110 idea when
ha joined the League that any such payment should be
hitn, that any attempt to impose any arbitrary condi
associated to oppose, and would work injuriously, inas
much as it might exclude the smaller and poorer hun
inevitably be the case if the League adopted a resolu
larger and wealthier. He believed that, taking luto
be no hesitation in its members paying £20 or^oO, it
it was required. (Hear, hear.) Yatala and other hun
required quota; but there were others that cou.d not,
and that proved the impolicy, if not injustice, of tho
arrangement. ,
Horse," on Thursday last, pursuant to adjournment.
The Chairman, A. Anderson, Esq, said that in obe-
dience to the resolution the last meeting he had waited
on J. H. Fisher, Esq., and instructed him to defend the
action instituted in the Local Court, Gawler Town, by the
Commissioners of the hundred of Talunga, against Mr
payment of an assessment levied under the odious Road
Act. The members had, doubtlessly, seen the result of
given for the plaintiffs, and the legal points were re-
Court, and until that decision was received the League
could proceed no further in the matter. The determi-
nation of the members to abolish the impost had, if
possible, grown more strong, pending "the law's delay,"
as the Commissioners would find out, should the de-
cision of the Judges be such as to induce them to pro-
was not aware of there being any business for trans-
action, he would call on the Secretary to read the
minutes of the last meeting that they might be con-
The Secretary read the minutes of the last meeting,
and they were then confirmed.
assembled delegates to a matter of a some importance.
The Secretary of the hundred ot Willunga had received
a letter from the Secretary of the League, calling for
the benefit of all. He (Mr Norman) had no idea when
he joined the League that any such payment should be
him, that any attempt to impose any arbitrary condi-
associated to oppose, and would work injuriously, inas-
much as it might exclude the smaller and poorer hun-
inevitably be the case if the League adopted a resolu-
larger and wealthier. He believed that, taking into
be no hesitation in its members paying £20 or £50, if
it was required. (Hear, hear.) Yatala and other hun-
required quota; but there were others that could not,
and that proved the impolicy, if not injustice, of the
arrangement.
BENCH OF MAGISTRATES — ADJOURNED MEETING. Monday, 19th December. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 24 December 1853 [Issue No.548] page 2 2019-10-02 02:08 Talunga, to Erith Scnpin.—Granted.
Talunga, to Erith Scupin.—Granted.
BENCH OF MAGISTRATES — ADJOURNED MEETING. Monday, 19th December. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 24 December 1853 [Issue No.548] page 2 2019-10-02 02:05 publican's general licence.
PUBLICAN'S GENERAL LICENCE.
BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Monday, December 12. (Article), Adelaide Times (SA : 1848 - 1858), Tuesday 13 December 1853 [Issue No.1046] page 3 2019-09-30 00:31 licensed houses in-the province, and on the official
reports made, would depeud the decision of the
Erish Scupin, -Travellers JTnn, Blumenberg.
licensed houses in the province, and on the official
reports made, would depend the decision of the
Erish Scupin, Travellers Inn, Blumenberg,
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 29 December 1858 [Issue No.3815] page 3 2019-09-30 00:06 November 10. The Chief Secretary moved
that day six montlis. Second reading carried
cricketers then retired to the Kent Town Hotel , to
7. G.Gill ................. b. 3... 0 ... b. 8 ... 5
Wides and leg byes 0 ... 8
November 10. The Chief Secretary moved
that day six months. Second reading carried
cricketers then retired to the Kent Town Hotel to
7. G. Gill ................. b. 3... 0 ... b. 8 ... 5
Wides and leg byes 0 ... 6

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