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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,787,147
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,006
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,264
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,912
...
1819 Joondalup23 18,285
1820 glovett-ntl 18,221
1821 Verity1 18,191
1822 jKayEm 18,169
1823 tletts 18,140
1824 HeritageGirl 18,131

18,169 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 140
September 2019 45
August 2019 41
July 2019 147
June 2019 267
May 2019 48
April 2019 332
March 2019 41
February 2019 117
January 2019 398
December 2018 29
November 2018 85
October 2018 1,791
September 2018 3,072
August 2018 2,024
July 2018 834
June 2018 1,388
May 2018 172
April 2018 75
March 2018 14
January 2018 1,279
December 2017 429
November 2017 948
October 2017 1
September 2017 46
July 2017 73
June 2017 30
May 2017 44
April 2017 98
March 2017 5
February 2017 119
January 2017 295
December 2016 112
November 2016 3
October 2016 14
September 2016 61
June 2016 181
May 2016 99
March 2016 174
February 2016 34
January 2016 33
December 2015 76
November 2015 165
October 2015 15
September 2015 61
August 2015 52
July 2015 53
June 2015 77
May 2015 33
April 2015 207
March 2015 94
February 2015 68
January 2015 82
December 2014 81
November 2014 138
October 2014 40
September 2014 48
August 2014 22
July 2014 197
June 2014 170
May 2014 26
March 2014 70
February 2014 67
January 2014 18
December 2013 17
November 2013 75
June 2013 103
February 2013 7
December 2012 340
June 2012 82
May 2012 86
April 2012 48
March 2012 77
November 2011 33
October 2011 273
September 2011 30

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,945
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,006
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,243
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,899
...
1834 davidflegg 17,836
1835 camclaren 17,831
1836 junexi 17,822
1837 jKayEm 17,819
1838 Spearwood3 17,796
1839 IRWIN1 17,771

17,819 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 140
September 2019 45
August 2019 41
July 2019 147
June 2019 267
May 2019 48
April 2019 332
March 2019 41
February 2019 117
January 2019 383
December 2018 29
November 2018 85
October 2018 1,776
September 2018 3,072
August 2018 1,802
July 2018 808
June 2018 1,388
May 2018 172
April 2018 75
March 2018 14
January 2018 1,271
December 2017 427
November 2017 938
October 2017 1
September 2017 46
July 2017 73
June 2017 30
May 2017 40
April 2017 65
March 2017 5
February 2017 116
January 2017 284
December 2016 111
November 2016 3
October 2016 14
September 2016 61
June 2016 181
May 2016 99
March 2016 174
February 2016 34
January 2016 33
December 2015 76
November 2015 165
October 2015 15
September 2015 61
August 2015 52
July 2015 53
June 2015 77
May 2015 33
April 2015 207
March 2015 94
February 2015 68
January 2015 82
December 2014 81
November 2014 138
October 2014 40
September 2014 48
August 2014 22
July 2014 197
June 2014 170
May 2014 26
March 2014 70
February 2014 67
January 2014 18
December 2013 17
November 2013 75
June 2013 103
February 2013 7
December 2012 340
June 2012 82
May 2012 86
April 2012 48
March 2012 77
November 2011 33
October 2011 273
September 2011 30

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,506
2 PhilThomas 128,792
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
157 wendyl 358
158 lconl2 356
159 Dollymay 350
160 jKayEm 350
161 comradau 349
162 kaffles 347

350 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2019 15
October 2018 15
August 2018 222
July 2018 26
January 2018 8
December 2017 2
November 2017 10
May 2017 4
April 2017 33
February 2017 3
January 2017 11
December 2016 1


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Article Changed Old lines New lines
ADELAIDE ST. LEGER. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Friday 13 October 1854 [Issue No.2515] page 2 2019-10-20 23:50 ADELAIDE ST. LiiGE i.
St. Lkoeb, 1355.
ADELAIDE ST. LEGER
St. Leger, 1855.
"WILDFLOWER." ATTRACTIVE ACTRESS AND DELIGHTFUL PLAY. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Thursday 22 April 1926 [Issue No.26,620] page 3 2019-10-20 23:23 georgette embroidered in pearls, and veil fas
Beth Jettner (sister of the bride) and Misa
ind the latter in pale blue crepe de chine.
georgette embroidered in pearls, and veil fas-
Beth Jettner (sister of the bride) and Miss
and the latter in pale blue crepe de chine.
"WILDFLOWER." ATTRACTIVE ACTRESS AND DELIGHTFUL PLAY. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Thursday 22 April 1926 [Issue No.26,620] page 3 2019-10-20 23:19 Redrath , Methodist Ladies' Guild was recently
given for Mr. and Mrs. T. Tiverand familv, in
are leaving to reside in Adelaide. 'The Rev.
B. . Woollacott, Trenna, and Masie Radford,
Messrs. :M. Tiddy, and L. Thomas', the Chair
ture of Mr.' and Mis. Tiver, and familr, who will
be greatly missed.. The Mayor (Mr. M. CoUins)
welfare 0; the town. As a token of esteeem
presented Mr. and Mrs. . Tiver with a handsome
Morton, on behalf of the Sunday school, pre
sented Miss ifelba and Master J. Tiver with
handsomely bound hymnals^ Mr. E. W. Dun
hill acknowledged the gifts, and words of appre
ciation on behalf of the departing? guests. The
remainder of the evening .was devoted to games
under the Eupsrvision of Mr. M. Morton. Sapper
arranged by the ladies of the guild was 6erved
Redruth , Methodist Ladies' Guild was recently
given for Mr. and Mrs. T. Tiver and familv, in
are leaving to reside in Adelaide. The Rev.
B. Woollacott, Trenna, and Masie Radford,
Messrs. M. Tiddy, and L. Thomas, the Chair-
ture of Mr. and Mrs. Tiver, and family, who will
be greatly missed.. The Mayor (Mr. M. Collins)
welfare of the town. As a token of esteeem
presented Mr. and Mrs. Tiver with a handsome
Morton, on behalf of the Sunday school, pre-
sented Miss Melba and Master J. Tiver with
handsomely bound hymnals. Mr. E. W. Dun-
hill acknowledged the gifts, and words of appre-
ciation on behalf of the departing guests. The
remainder of the evening was devoted to games
under the supervision of Mr. M. Morton. Supper
arranged by the ladies of the guild was served
WESLEYAN TEA MEETING, NORWOOD. (Article), The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889), Saturday 25 April 1863 [Issue No.1483] page 4 2019-10-20 23:03 - otiit; and on the platform we observed tho Herds. 3.
' Watsford, J. B. Waterhousc, S. Williams, and Messrs.
cuit; and on the platform we observed the Revds. J.
Watsford, J. B. Waterhouse, S. Williams, and Messrs.
WESLEYAN TEA MEETING, NORWOOD. (Article), The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889), Saturday 25 April 1863 [Issue No.1483] page 4 2019-10-20 23:01 - The Chaibbi&jj then gave his address. He hardly
d knew why he had been called upon to fill such an impor
tant position that evening, bnt he assumed it was partly
because he had been connected with the Key. Mr.
mot, he said, to say the word farewell involved a great
deal oi sadness ; but it was their custom —it was part of
their constitution—of their tnethodism—to changonow
and then, and he hoped it would never bo altered.
tho colony altogether. There were some who objected
to their connectional principles, bat so long as they did
The Chairman then gave his address. He hardly
knew why he had been called upon to fill such an impor- impor
tant position that evening, but he assumed it was partly
because he had been connected with the Rev. Mr.
met, he said, to say the word farewell involved a great
deal of sadness ; but it was their custom —it was part of
their constitution—of their methodism—to changonow
and then, and he hoped it would never be altered.
the colony altogether. There were some who objected
to their connectional principles, but so long as they did
No title (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Thursday 17 July 1862 [Issue No.2635] page 2 2019-10-20 22:54 Funil was held in Pine-street Chapel on Wednes
were in attendance, and Mr. F. H. Faulding pre
Eided. The meetinsr was addressed by the Kevs.
J. Watsford, J. B. Waterhouse, and -'. Bennett,
and Messrs. J. Scott and J. Colton, anil two reso
Mr. H. L. Vosz, Kundle-streec. The samples con
sist of about a dozen large lumps, iu which green,
yellow, and black ore exists in pretty large quai.
North, to the benefit of the country and the de
exceedingly good. From Yudanamutana scveii.1
at grass, averaging from 50 to UO percent. ; and at
Blinnian the main lode continues to yield ore of a
YQry iiigli percentage; and south of the above
another fine lode lias been discovered, with ore of
Supreme Coukt.— The case of von Bertouch v.
Fund was held in Pine-street Chapel on Wednes
were in attendance, and Mr. F. H. Faulding pre-
sided. The meeting was addressed by the Revs.
J. Watsford, J. B. Waterhouse, and N. Bennett,
and Messrs. J. Scott and J. Colton, and two reso-
Mr. H. L. Vosz, Rundle-street. The samples con-
sist of about a dozen large lumps, in which green,
yellow, and black ore exists in pretty large quan-
North, to the benefit of the country and the de-
exceedingly good. From Yudanamutana several
at grass, averaging from 50 to 60 percent. ; and at
Blinman the main lode continues to yield ore of a
very high percentage; and south of the above
another fine lode has been discovered, with ore of
Supreme Court.— The case of von Bertouch v.
WESLEYAN TEA MEETING, NORWOOD. (Article), South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1867), Saturday 4 April 1863 [Issue No.245] page 6 2019-10-20 22:35 and give both him and Mrs. Waterhouse a cordial wel
The tea was excellent, and was partaken'of by nearly
?3rtfi nnvenno
and give both him and Mrs. Waterhouse a cordial wel-
The tea was excellent, and was partaken of by nearly
300 persons.
WESLEYAN TEA MEETING, NORWOOD. (Article), South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1867), Saturday 4 April 1863 [Issue No.245] page 6 2019-10-20 22:32 WESLEY4J5T TEA MEETING,
WESLEYAN TEA MEETING,
WESLEYAN TEA MEETING, NORWOOD. (Article), South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1867), Saturday 4 April 1863 [Issue No.245] page 6 2019-10-20 22:27 The Chaieman then gave his address. He hardly
knew whv he had been called unon to fill such an imDor
tant position that evening, bnt he assumed it was partly
because ho had been connected with the Rev. Mr.
Circuit, apologised for saying little, as he did pot think
comfortable, and happy meeting', jn which brotherly
love, kindliness, and geniality might reign pre
Williams, and it was for that reason he was prseeht.
Mr. JajieS Scott next addressed the meeting. He
aid he did not know why he should be called upon to
Mr. Williams was largely estesmed by a great number of
prayer, conducted by the Rev. J. Watsford.
The Chairman then gave his address. He hardly
knew whv he had been called upon to fill such an impor-
tant position that evening, but he assumed it was partly
because he had been connected with the Rev. Mr.
Circuit, apologised for saying little, as he did not think
comfortable, and happy meeting, jn which brotherly
love, kindliness, and geniality might reign pre-
Williams, and it was for that reason he was present.
Mr. James Scott next addressed the meeting. He
said he did not know why he should be called upon to
Mr. Williams was largely esteemed by a great number of
AMUSEMENTS. Julius Knight Season. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Saturday 9 September 1916 [Issue No.21,790] page 11 2019-10-20 22:18 pier, the popular comedian of the com
some of tlmir finest numbers. Mr. Harry
Bon odale (monologue artist) will also con
Hawthorne (light comedian). Misses Mar
cellinc ISmtkis and Evelyn Ward, and
?rtH each cjre of their best. Miss Runa
pier, the popular comedian of the com-
some of their finest numbers. Mr. Harry
Borrodale (monologue artist) will also con-
Hawthorne (light comedian). Misses Mar-
celline Boulais and Evelyn Ward, and
will each give of their best. Miss Rima

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