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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,746,546
2 noelwoodhouse 3,875,445
3 NeilHamilton 3,415,739
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,980
5 Rhonda.M 3,053,042
...
1092 Peaceposter 36,717
1093 msdorney 36,573
1094 scmorris 36,529
1095 peital 36,516
1096 Kim-B. 36,496
1097 Gremenas 36,477

36,516 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 73
April 2019 7
November 2018 76
October 2018 133
September 2018 343
July 2018 64
June 2018 1
May 2018 91
April 2018 18
March 2018 12
February 2018 1,106
January 2018 936
December 2017 74
November 2017 105
October 2017 137
September 2017 139
July 2017 147
May 2017 349
April 2017 142
March 2017 418
February 2017 320
January 2017 219
December 2016 490
November 2016 20
October 2016 68
September 2016 215
August 2016 12
June 2016 57
May 2016 471
April 2016 198
March 2016 176
February 2016 311
November 2015 278
October 2015 53
September 2015 207
June 2015 55
March 2015 4
February 2015 32
January 2015 1,236
December 2014 693
November 2014 302
October 2014 1,021
September 2014 44
June 2014 583
May 2014 2,657
April 2014 239
February 2014 37
January 2014 45
December 2013 497
November 2013 36
October 2013 18
July 2013 180
June 2013 1,219
May 2013 3,927
April 2013 1,825
March 2013 1,749
February 2013 1,109
January 2013 49
December 2012 81
November 2012 3
October 2012 156
August 2012 11
July 2012 111
June 2012 31
May 2012 1,228
April 2012 823
March 2012 1,261
February 2012 927
January 2012 523
December 2011 853
November 2011 24
October 2011 2,459
September 2011 664
August 2011 777
June 2011 5
May 2011 178
February 2011 34
October 2010 80
July 2010 29
June 2010 203
April 2010 97
March 2010 935

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,746,344
2 noelwoodhouse 3,875,445
3 NeilHamilton 3,415,610
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,959
5 Rhonda.M 3,053,029
...
1091 Peaceposter 36,717
1092 msdorney 36,565
1093 scmorris 36,529
1094 peital 36,504
1095 Gremenas 36,477
1096 thomas4380 36,438

36,504 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 73
April 2019 7
November 2018 76
October 2018 133
September 2018 343
July 2018 64
June 2018 1
May 2018 91
April 2018 18
March 2018 12
February 2018 1,106
January 2018 936
December 2017 74
November 2017 105
October 2017 137
September 2017 139
July 2017 147
May 2017 349
April 2017 142
March 2017 418
February 2017 320
January 2017 219
December 2016 478
November 2016 20
October 2016 68
September 2016 215
August 2016 12
June 2016 57
May 2016 471
April 2016 198
March 2016 176
February 2016 311
November 2015 278
October 2015 53
September 2015 207
June 2015 55
March 2015 4
February 2015 32
January 2015 1,236
December 2014 693
November 2014 302
October 2014 1,021
September 2014 44
June 2014 583
May 2014 2,657
April 2014 239
February 2014 37
January 2014 45
December 2013 497
November 2013 36
October 2013 18
July 2013 180
June 2013 1,219
May 2013 3,927
April 2013 1,825
March 2013 1,749
February 2013 1,109
January 2013 49
December 2012 81
November 2012 3
October 2012 156
August 2012 11
July 2012 111
June 2012 31
May 2012 1,228
April 2012 823
March 2012 1,261
February 2012 927
January 2012 523
December 2011 853
November 2011 24
October 2011 2,459
September 2011 664
August 2011 777
June 2011 5
May 2011 178
February 2011 34
October 2010 80
July 2010 29
June 2010 203
April 2010 97
March 2010 935

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 304,973
2 PhilThomas 123,046
3 mickbrook 106,637
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 47,618
...
1599 neil2207 12
1600 nigelcox 12
1601 paulhagon 12
1602 peital 12
1603 Perse 12
1604 phillcubed 12

12 line(s) corrected.

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December 2016 12


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THE COUNTRY. THIEVES AT A RACE MEETING. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Thursday 17 April 1913 [Issue No.17,005] page 10 2019-08-27 23:30 VTAR«X)KA, April 12.-An old resident of Vf«
rooka.' Mr. Jome« Christi', died last week, after a
painful illness. Ile ivas 74 years of agc, and liad
.been . cripple lor 20 yw.is. threucli a loa«! of
wood fcrtlirg on him.-Vim Lilly Liddiard, daugh-
denly »ftcr o short illness. Much sympathy- 1« |
telf for the iomilr
WAROOKA, April 12.-An old resident of Wa-
rooka.' Mr. James Christy, died last week, after a
painful illness. He was 74 years of age, and had
been a cripple for 20 years, through a load of
wood falling on him.-- Miss Lilly Liddiard, daugh-
denly after a short illness. Much sympathy is
felt for the family.
Driver Receives Double Fracture Of Spine (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 6 December 1947 page 3 2019-08-27 16:53 to tfae Royal Adelaide Hospital last
to the Royal Adelaide Hospital last
Fatal Accident at Bublacowie. (Article), The Pioneer (Yorketown, SA : 1898 - 1954), Saturday 18 October 1924 [Issue No.1372] page 2 2019-08-27 16:11 Ou Weduesday afteruo u Hilda
met with au acc : deut which caused
her death. She WHS harnessing'<a horse
prior tn driving to Stansbury with her
mother, when the hoise inched off,
her nbiiomen. She was brought into
Dodd, but died xbont au hour later
iutestiuea. The accident happened
about a mile from her home, aud tbe
a. for innate girl had fo walk a mile
in her fi-ighfni condition. The police
made enquiries a-t to the cause of
to the Coroner (Mr. J as. Fergus >n,
Ou Wednesday afternoon Hilda
met with an accident which caused
her death. She was harnessing a horse
prior to driving to Stansbury with her
mother, when the horse rushed off,
her abdomen. She was brought into
Dodd, but died about an hour later
intestines. The accident happened
about a mile from her home, and the
u fortunate girl had to walk a mile
in her frighful condition. The police
made enquiries as to the cause of
to the Coroner (Mr. Jas. Ferguson,
J P.) who deemed an inquest un-
TRAMPLED TO DEATH. (Article), Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), Saturday 25 October 1924 [Issue No.6,039] page 37 2019-08-27 16:06 YORKETOWN, October 18,-Hildtt
fatal accident on_ Wednesday afternoon.
knocking her down, and trampling ou her
YORKETOWN, October 18,-Hilda
fatal accident on Wednesday afternoon.
knocking her down, and trampling on her
Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Tuesday 28 September 1948 [Issue No.28073] page 8 2019-08-27 14:16 GItLJN ioc iritnua of Mr. aud
Mrs. F. A. Giblin are recpectrully
unformed that the funeral o[ their
late dearly beloved only chUd. Trevor
G Marchant street. Kensington, on
Church. Queen street, Narwood.
thence for the Cathjlic section o:
Enneid General Cemetery. W. Noal
and Sons < A FJSJI i. Funeral Direc
GIBLIN The friends of Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Giblin are recpectfully
informed that the funeral of their
late dearly beloved only child. Trevor
6 Marchant street. Kensington, on
Church. Queen street, Norwood.
thence for the Catholic section of
Enfield General Cemetery. W. Noal
and Sons (A. F. D. A.), Funeral Direc-
SALTOARTER KILLED. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Thursday 23 March 1911 [Issue No.20,081] page 5 2019-08-26 21:32 SALTOARTER KILLED.
YORKBTOWN, March 22. — Ernest
Eichner, a saltoarter, was killed last night
the (rate, that the horses rushed on down
his chest. Dr. Russell wa3 in immediate
The ribs penetrated the lunps. Deceased
has left a widow and one child. He was e
of the Sunhury Football and Cricket Clubs,
SALTCARTER KILLED.
YORKETOWN, March 22. — Ernest
Eichner, a saltcarter, was killed last night
the gate, that the horses rushed on down
his chest. Dr. Russell was in immediate
The ribs penetrated the lungs. Deceased
has left a widow and one child. He was a
of the Sunbury Football and Cricket Clubs,
Shipping Intelligence. (Article), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Saturday 10 August 1833 [Issue No.591] page 3 2019-08-11 11:24 'bippllu g *nteJllgrnce.
April, with 120 female prisoners. Surgeon Su
perintendant, Dr. Birnic, R. N. Passengers -
Samue day, the Sophia Jane, from Newcastle. Onl
Shipping Intelligence.
April, with 120 female prisoners. Surgeon Su-
perintendant, Dr. Birnie, R. N. Passengers -
Same day, the Sophia Jane, from Newcastle. Onl
GENERAL NEWS. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 13 May 1911 [Issue No.5349] page 2 2019-08-09 23:53 residi nt <-f ihe district (writes the T. P.
of Robert-street, Momta, aged 71 years.
BrisLowe, Devon, England, and arrived
of the earliest settlers of the Penang dis
viz.—Mr. Joseph Hail, Perth, W.A.;
Mr. James Hall, Penaug; Mrs. A. James,
S'rathalhyn ; Mrs D. Isaac, Broken Hill;
Mrs. F. Kxuger, Adelaide ; and Mtb. E.
resident of the district (writes the Y. P.
of Robert-street, Moonta, aged 71 years.
Bristowe, Devon, England, and arrived
of the earliest settlers of the Penang dis-
viz.—Mr. Joseph Hall, Perth, W.A.;
Mr. James Hall, Penang; Mrs. A. James,
Strathalbyn ; Mrs D. Isaac, Broken Hill;
Mrs. F. Kruger, Adelaide ; and Mrs. E.
THE COUNTRY. EXCITING BUSH FIRE. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Friday 24 March 1911 [Issue No.16,360] page 9 2019-08-09 23:42 James Hall, of Robert-stieet, Mo nta, died
earliest.settlers at Penang, where th^y en-
gaged in farming pursuits, and tne
Farm*' bears striking testimony to their
rhe aged couple to retire about two yaars
ago, and they came to reside at Moonla.
They celebrated" their golden wedding in
?.vere present. The late Mrs. Hail was a
native of Daddiscombekitcb, Devonshire,
igo. Her husband survives, and there are
Hnll, Perth, W.A.; Mr. James Hall,
I). Tsaac, Broken Hill: Mrs. B Kruger, Ade-
laide; and Mrs. G. Brokenshire, Moogla
great-grandchildren. Mr. Joseph Hal', the
eldest son, was on h's way to Moonta w'im
«udden illness of his wife compelí' d nim to
disembark at Albany and return to Peith.
James Hall, of Robert-street, Mo nta, died
earliest settlers at Penang, where they en-
gaged in farming pursuits, and the
Farm" bears striking testimony to their
the aged couple to retire about two years
ago, and they came to reside at Moonta.
They celebrated their golden wedding in
were present. The late Mrs. Hall was a
native of Daddiscombeleitch, Devonshire,
ago. Her husband survives, and there are
Hall, Perth, W.A.; Mr. James Hall,
D. Isaac, Broken Hill: Mrs. B Kruger, Ade-
laide; and Mrs. G. Brokenshire, Moonta
great-grandchildren. Mr. Joseph Hall, the
eldest son, was on his way to Moonta when
sudden illness of his wife compelled him to
disembark at Albany and return to Perth.

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