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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,968
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,053
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,689
5 Rhonda.M 3,136,611
...
967 Rockingham6 44,035
968 njcowell 44,009
969 Dorothy.Gillingham 43,917
970 MeredithBlundell 43,907
971 noble 43,891
972 alkae 43,865

43,907 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 97
October 2019 471
August 2019 34
July 2019 1,038
June 2019 232
May 2019 1
April 2019 101
March 2019 620
February 2019 812
January 2019 457
December 2018 1,538
November 2018 1,387
October 2018 173
September 2018 264
August 2018 315
July 2018 291
June 2018 515
May 2018 199
April 2018 155
March 2018 484
February 2018 279
January 2018 322
December 2017 3
November 2017 379
October 2017 365
September 2017 1,492
August 2017 2,165
July 2017 2,519
June 2017 610
May 2017 374
April 2017 658
March 2017 97
February 2017 44
January 2017 775
December 2016 550
November 2016 604
October 2016 383
September 2016 1,218
August 2016 949
July 2016 241
June 2016 160
May 2016 140
April 2016 301
March 2016 717
February 2016 219
January 2016 447
December 2015 383
November 2015 296
October 2015 800
September 2015 234
August 2015 441
July 2015 141
June 2015 125
May 2015 274
April 2015 1,485
March 2015 1,100
February 2015 288
January 2015 472
December 2014 364
November 2014 339
October 2014 114
September 2014 8
August 2014 199
June 2014 449
May 2014 625
April 2014 364
March 2014 28
February 2014 113
January 2014 73
December 2013 10
November 2013 227
October 2013 620
September 2013 201
August 2013 2
July 2013 393
June 2013 93
May 2013 5
February 2013 146
January 2013 1,068
December 2012 460
November 2012 343
October 2012 718
September 2012 216
August 2012 170
July 2012 12
June 2012 13
April 2012 96
March 2012 174
February 2012 835
January 2012 933
August 2011 70
July 2011 330
June 2011 101
May 2011 155
April 2011 419
March 2011 200
February 2011 52
January 2011 457
October 2010 19
September 2010 99
July 2010 76
May 2010 1,000
February 2010 284

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,766
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,053
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,668
5 Rhonda.M 3,136,598
...
965 Rockingham6 44,035
966 njcowell 44,009
967 RhylMDearden 43,968
968 MeredithBlundell 43,907
969 noble 43,891
970 alkae 43,865

43,907 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 97
October 2019 471
August 2019 34
July 2019 1,038
June 2019 232
May 2019 1
April 2019 101
March 2019 620
February 2019 812
January 2019 457
December 2018 1,538
November 2018 1,387
October 2018 173
September 2018 264
August 2018 315
July 2018 291
June 2018 515
May 2018 199
April 2018 155
March 2018 484
February 2018 279
January 2018 322
December 2017 3
November 2017 379
October 2017 365
September 2017 1,492
August 2017 2,165
July 2017 2,519
June 2017 610
May 2017 374
April 2017 658
March 2017 97
February 2017 44
January 2017 775
December 2016 550
November 2016 604
October 2016 383
September 2016 1,218
August 2016 949
July 2016 241
June 2016 160
May 2016 140
April 2016 301
March 2016 717
February 2016 219
January 2016 447
December 2015 383
November 2015 296
October 2015 800
September 2015 234
August 2015 441
July 2015 141
June 2015 125
May 2015 274
April 2015 1,485
March 2015 1,100
February 2015 288
January 2015 472
December 2014 364
November 2014 339
October 2014 114
September 2014 8
August 2014 199
June 2014 449
May 2014 625
April 2014 364
March 2014 28
February 2014 113
January 2014 73
December 2013 10
November 2013 227
October 2013 620
September 2013 201
August 2013 2
July 2013 393
June 2013 93
May 2013 5
February 2013 146
January 2013 1,068
December 2012 460
November 2012 343
October 2012 718
September 2012 216
August 2012 170
July 2012 12
June 2012 13
April 2012 96
March 2012 174
February 2012 835
January 2012 933
August 2011 70
July 2011 330
June 2011 101
May 2011 155
April 2011 419
March 2011 200
February 2011 52
January 2011 457
October 2010 19
September 2010 99
July 2010 76
May 2010 1,000
February 2010 284

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The Supreme Sacrifice. (Article), Port Adelaide News (SA :1913 - 1933), Friday 19 January 1917 [Issue No.23] page 9 2019-11-08 21:25 The family of Captain Syverfc, the well*-
Yed' street, Smaphore, have received- notice
of the death of' his -eldest son Arthur, who'
was a corporal engaged wj,fch the Australian
so well? known and highly respected in the
The family of Captain Syvert, the well-
Yeo street, Smaphore, have received notice
of the death of' his eldest son Arthur, who
was a corporal engaged with the Australian
so well known and highly respected in the
SHOTS FALLING LIKE RAIN "1 STOPPED THREE BULLETS." (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Thursday 10 June 1915 [Issue No.1628] page 5 2019-11-08 21:23 "1 STOPPED THREE BULLETS/' j
Private Arthur £yvret, of the 12th A us- ^
interesting letter to his mother:—"Just '
a line to cheer yon all at home. No .
doubt by. this time you w;ill have heard r
of us being in the firing line. I had"
the misfortune to stop a few bullet^. '
my arm and leg getting in the way of .
I -will never forget the Sunday when ■
never be forgotten. ' I never saw much ,
time I stopped three bullets. I <hink
I <ian consider myself very lucky to get
back to the base hospital. The.-ehota
and shells were falling round us liks .
and I might say . that it is good luck to
us that they are, otherwise I don't think1
we could nave landed. . We aie in s
very nice place here, and are being treat- ;
us going for our new clothes, and tha
men coining 'back, hobbling along as
proud as anything. By the time yon
get this letter I hope to be having aA- 1
other cut at the Turks. This time J
"I STOPPED THREE BULLETS"
Private Arthur Syvret, of the 12th Aus-
interesting letter to his mother:—"Just
a line to cheer you all at home. No
doubt by this time you will have heard
of us being in the firing line. I had
the misfortune to stop a few bullets,
my arm and leg getting in the way of
I will never forget the Sunday when
time I stopped three bullets. I think
I can consider myself very lucky to get
back to the base hospital. The.-shots
and shells were falling round us like
and I might say that it is good luck to
us that they are, otherwise I don't think
we could have landed. We are in
very nice place here, and are being treat-
us going for our new clothes, and the
men coining back, hobbling along as
proud as anything. By the time you
get this letter I hope to be having an-
other cut at the Turks. This time I
AN EVENTFUL VOYAGE. THRILLING EXPERIENCES. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 3 August 1920 [Issue No.25,765] page 7 2019-11-01 14:58 M'Intosh at Darwin, thero has boon com-
On this, the Becond successful flight from
across the Syrian desert to Bagdad by.a route
o'clock on the morning of January 8, In q
Haviland machino. Bad weather set in
early, and delayed them beforo they reached
ary 21, and meanwhile they had had somo
remajkable adventures. During the Journey
caused thom to drop suddenly 500ft, and only
to they lost their maps, which wore all swopt
ovorboard in the wind. They were obliged
to wait at Cairo until tho aeroplano was re-
Next carno tho groat voyage across the de-
sert. Leaving Ramloh for Bagdad on Feb-
a height of 4000ft. North of tho Doad Sea
100 miles, and flow for six hours without
seeing any habitation or slgu of living be-
ings. Then tho carburettor flooded, neces-
wastes. \
and the machino was again under way. Fly-
another descent In the desert. They wero
ing brought tho machine down near a largo
stretch of water, they tucked thomsolvos
up comfortably In tho machino for tho night,
nnd slept peacefully.
Early In tho morning their slumbers were
was ablo to toll, thom they had landed on
raining. The Euphrates was sighted, and BOOH
landing the wheels sank six inches luto tho
ground, so muddy with rain wa8 the surface.
At the moment of landing they had n pint and
circle the aorodrome. It was then tho 28th,
nnd in actual Hying time they had crossed
the desert in olght hours ten minutes. %
Karachi, In British India, was i'cichcd on
cutta on the following day. They \ awaited
Captain Matthews at Calcutta, and ho and
they left that etty at 7 o'clock on the morn-
ing of March ¡M for Akynb; but Parer and
Mcintosh returned shortly after cv/:ng to
When landing at Moulmoln Lieutenant
attempting to avoid n crowd of oeopla swarm-
ing on tho field. The lowor carriage was car-
ried away, nnd the propeller and lower plane
were badly damaged. Tho nvlators v.i-ro not
burt. This accident delayed thom nearly two
months In Burmah, ns they had to obtain a
engine became troublesomo after they loft
Victoria Point, and tho machine was Just kept
they decided tov wait for spare parts.
The aviators crnshed after leaving Pcnnng
for Singapore on Juno 15, and slightly damaged
gapore, but Had to' Bsk the Dutch Indian Go-
vernment to send them a now motor with re
servo parts. When nt ln8t they set out from
Slngaporo on tho morning of July 20 they ran
into a thunderstorm, and lind to put back-with
on tho following day; bul on July 24, through
a bad landing at Grlsseo, the propeller was
doatroyed, the frame broken, and various
parts damaged. . This, of course, meant re-
newed delay, and It was not until July 28 thal
thoy woro ablo to sot out for Sourabaya.
Tho son- of Mr. Michaol Parer, of Mel-
bourne, Lieut. Parer, who is 27 yoars of ago,
was cducatod at Christian Brothers' Col-
Ho did not soo actual activo service over the
linos in Franco, but did valuablo work us a
teat pilot at Lympnc aeródromo in Kent.
McIntosh at Darwin, there has been com-
On this, the Second successful flight from
across the Syrian desert to Bagdad by a route
o'clock on the morning of January 8, In a
Haviland machine. Bad weather set in
early, and delayed them before they reached
ary 21, and meanwhile they had had some
remarkable adventures. During the Journey
caused them to drop suddenly 500ft, and only
to they lost their maps, which were all swept
overboard in the wind. They were obliged
to wait at Cairo until the aeroplane was re-
Next came the geoat voyage across the de-
sert. Leaving Ramleh for Bagdad on Feb-
a height of 4000ft. North of the Dead Sea
100 miles, and flew for six hours without
seeing any habitation or slgn of living be-
ings. Then the carburettor flooded, neces-
wastes.
and the machine was again under way. Fly-
another descent In the desert. They were
ing brought tho machine down near a large
stretch of water, they tucked themselves
up comfortably In the machine for the night
and slept peacefully.
Early In the morning their slumbers were
was able to tell, them they had landed on
raining. The Euphrates was sighted, and soon
landing the wheels sank six inches lnto the
ground, so muddy with rain was the surface.
At the moment of landing they had a pint and
circle the aerodrome. It was then the 28th,
and in actual fying time they had crossed
the desert in eight hours ten minutes.
Karachi, In British India, was reached on
cutta on the following day. They awaited
Captain Matthews at Calcutta, and he and
they left that city at 7 o'clock on the morn-
ing of March 24 for Akyab; but Parer and
Mcintosh returned shortly after owing to
When landing at Moulmeln Lieutenant
attempting to avoid n crowd of people swarm-
ping on the field. The lower carriage was car-
ried away, and the propeller and lower plane
were badly damaged. Tho avlators were not
hurt. This accident delayed them nearly two
months In Burmah, as they had to obtain a
engine became troublesome after they left
Victoria Point, and the machine was just kept
they decided to wait for spare parts.
The aviators crashed after leaving Penang
for Singapore on June 15, and slightly damaged
gapore, but Had to ask the Dutch Indian Go-
vernment to send them a new motor with re
serve parts. When at last they set out from
Slngapore on tho morning of July 20 they ran
into a thunderstorm, and had to put back-with
on the following day; but on July 24, through
a bad landing at Grlssee, the propeller was
destroyed, the frame broken, and various
parts damaged. This, of course, meant re-
newed delay, and It was not until July 28 that
they were able to set out for Sourabaya.
Tho son of Mr. Michaol Parer, of Mel-
bourne, Lieut. Parer, who is 27 years of age,
was educated at Christian Brothers' Col-
He did not see actual active service over the
lines in Franco, but did valuable work as a
test pilot at Lympae aeródrome in Kent.
Crew of the Kangaroo EXPLORER AS LEADER (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 22 November 1919 [Issue No.13,664] page 1 2019-10-29 23:35 Potts, - the' engineer of the crew, en
listed In Now South Wales 011 July 20,
191U, and loft Australia as '2nd lieu-
tonant ln tho Flying Corps, having
1917, before embarking. Ho lias
recently been, attached to tho 30th
Tfuinfng Squadl'on. ' Ho is. tho son of
.Mr. G. H. Potts, Principal of tho
Richmond, -New South AVales, and a
grandson of ' Mrs Moade, "Haig,"
Embilhg ; road, Mnlvorn. He was
born at Etiroa, Victoria, 22 years
Parratnattn, and was one of the
first, seven, pupils of the. Rie.hmond
the armistice lie AVn's -engagod 111
Brothers' aordplano Works, . and with
tho' Blackburn 'pompany;
Potts, - the engineer of the crew, en
listed In New South Wales on July 20,
1916, and left Australia as 2nd lieu-
tenant ln the Flying Corps, having
1917, before embarking. He has
recently been, attached to the 30th
Traiifng Squadlron. He is tho son of
Mr. G. H. Potts, Principal of tho
Richmond, New South Wales, and a
grandson of Mrs Meade, "Haig,"
Embling road, Malvern. He was
born at Euroa, Victoria, 22 years
Parramatta, and was one of the
first, seven, pupils of the Richmond
the armistice he was engaged in
Brothers' aeroplane Works, and with
the Blackburn Company.
Crew of the Kangaroo EXPLORER AS LEADER (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 22 November 1919 [Issue No.13,664] page 1 2019-10-29 23:31 He was in the Arctic when the war
p -lalned the a l. Australia. in.
reaching fclral!a? flying
""tbapheriti;
great bravery 011 many occasions, and
was awarded tho Military Cross for
was given a Bar for his bravery 011 the
graphed individually, although ono or
appears with , other; aviators,,., are
extant. Dhoto'graphs . of Ills com
panions, liowevciv 'are givon-'Iiero-
with ' ;
Lieut. A\ HENDLfi.
. Lieutenant Valdemar' Itendle, who
is ono of tho pilots of the machine.
a. 'native of Brisbane. Ho is
Richard 'Rendle, of Brisbane, and
a nophow of Mr Robert llcndlo, Regis
trar of. Friendly Societies, Brisbane.
Ono of Ills sisters is engaged In jour
ward' "the end of 1915, having
Ho proceeded to England, and
worked for. some time nt an
an appointment in the air service. I-Iis
principal -duty was taking machines
to and from France. His undo, Mr.
ways Tired by tho spirit of ndventure.
ing mad slnco he was a boy."
Lieut. D. 'R. Williams, the other pilot,
wno ror many years
I ho service of the
horn at Lenova.
age. ' I-Io received
Lt:4);;lt. WILLIAMS
Boforo enlisting,
Orange. ,'witii liis brother, Mr E. II.
sendee with the A.F.C. us an air me
chanic), did a good (leal of motor-cycle
racing. He Was the first pupil to get
his -pilot's cerliflcate from " the Rich
mond aerodrome. Now South Wales,
Where. he subsequently acted as Instruc
tor.' On reaching England with the
Australian Flying Corps, Lieut. AVI1-
lianis was given' duty as a "ferry"
ptlotTfillut 'Is 0110 who tested machines
and took them to Franco. .In 191-1 I10
received . a gold watcli as- one of the
successful competitors in "the. motor 're
noy.
He was in the Arctic when the war broke out but returned to Australia in
and joined the Australian Flying
Corp. On reaching England however he was rejected on
account of color blindness, but secured a position as photographer with the AIF
great bravery on many occasions, and
was awarded the Military Cross for
was given a Bar for his bravery on the
graphed individually, although one or
appears with other aviators are
extant. Photographs. of his com
panions, however are given here-
with
Lieut. V. Rendle
Lieutenant Valdemar Rendle, who
is one of the pilots of the machine.
a native of Brisbane. He is
Richard Rendle, of Brisbane, and
a nophow of Mr Robert Rendle, Regis
trar of Friendly Societies, Brisbane.
One of his sisters is engaged In jour
ward the end of 1915, having
He proceeded to England, and
worked for some time at an
an appointment in the air service. His
principal duty was taking machines
to and from France. His unclo, Mr.
ways tired by the spirit of adventure.
ing mad slnce he was a boy."
Lieut. D. R. Williams, the other pilot,
who for many years
the service of the
born at Lenova.
age. He received
Lt D R. WILLIAMS
Bofore enlisting,
Orange, with hiss brother, Mr E. H
service with the A.F.C. us an air me
chanic), did a good deal of motor-cycle
racing. He was the first pupil to get
his pilot's cerliflcate from the Rich
mond aerodrome. New South Wales,
Where he subsequently acted as Instruc
tor. On reaching England with the
Australian Flying Corps, Lieut. Wil
liams was given duty as a "ferry"
pilot - That is one who tested machines
and took them to Franco. .In 1914 he
received a gold watch as one of the
successful competitors in the. motor re
ney.
Crew of the Kangaroo EXPLORER AS LEADER (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 22 November 1919 [Issue No.13,664] page 1 2019-10-29 23:08 Jh f '
LW- liut return» i .tvhpn' the' war
???
He was in the Arctic when the war
Crew of the Kangaroo EXPLORER AS LEADER (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 22 November 1919 [Issue No.13,664] page 1 2019-10-29 23:07 fillers, ivlinm I , m of ,Gan-
fo'kan ho In
' 1,0 had ,,,' ,!u connection 'l witk
otds attomin!iy,,.a0vcnture3- Ho
fuvres, an , the German Army.
Ille Gauatiin,f0in(? ' tB America'
I '» the , Go,vornment's. ex-
Brothers, whom he represented in
the bAlkan War. In connection with
he had many adventure. He
afterwards attended the German Army
manoeuvres and going to America
the Canagian Governments ex-
pedition to the Arctic under Dr
Crew of the Kangaroo EXPLORER AS LEADER (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 22 November 1919 [Issue No.13,664] page 1 2019-10-29 23:05 South Australia p ¥u,rra district of
s
'lure wa« JL ,or' ,Jut the love of
ye up 1,|„ ® strong in , him that
,0 Europe tii ,11, ln Sydney and
lfr "'as Instil3 "h'i'ty as a photo"-
'.WWtlon wn n?fUal, in soourlng
South Australia Captain Wildins was
used as an engineer but the love of
adventure wa so stong in him that
he gave up is position in Sydney and
to Europe. HIs ability as a photo-
grapher was instrumental in securing
a position with the firm Gan
Crew of the Kangaroo EXPLORER AS LEADER (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 22 November 1919 [Issue No.13,664] page 1 2019-10-29 23:02 lr£w of the Kangaroo
'APT.OltKU AS LEADER
'tailcr nf ii oliis, M.C., and
'I'onpuon i!e V';ow of 1110 Black-
Brer, in.i "c'ilne, is noted as an
B8raW'"rs wfn,Hn?, 0(: th0 " ofilclal
Hrlii iv . tho Australian
the A r p , 111 ' ranee. Ills, 'work
1 is ciaimo 1 .on highly praised.
r» obtainmi 1 , , th? collection of
Possessed hi , ! m Perhaps the
army by any section of the
litlvo of1 41 ' '
' Australia p ¥u,rra district of
st-aa an nn„P ' in wilkins was
Crew of the Kangaroo
EXPLORER AS LEADER
Captain GEorge H Wilkins M.C., and
leader of the crew of the Black-
burn Kangaroo machine, is noted as an
explorer and was one of the official
photographers with the Australian
Imperial Forcein Frnace. His work
with the AIF has been highly praised.
It is claimed the collection of images obtained by him is perhaps the
Possessed by any section of the
army
A native of Burra district of
South Australia p ¥u,rra district of
s
The ENFIELD story Mules on Main North road (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Tuesday 1 June 1954 [Issue No.9,611] page 19 2019-10-18 23:24 ablot 1838 shows the
North road cults at
Gepps Cross Light even
thoroughfare, however,
Iointed the way to the
gulns, oaks, and other
scribed. the Main North
the mnost historic in Aus
went Eyre Io perform
With trains of pack
to have made no Profit
about 1838 shows the
North road cuts at
Gepps Cross. Light even
thoroughfares, however,
pointed the way to the
gums, oaks, and other
scribed the Main North
the most historic in Aus
went Eyre to perform
with trains of pack
to have made no profit

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