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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,832,486
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,336,575
5 Rhonda.M 3,151,174
...
725 dormen 63,261
726 R.Willman 63,178
727 David-the-ELDER 63,065
728 roomsofbooks 63,039
729 Boofsdad 62,910
730 kaffles 62,763

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Corrections by month

November 2019 9,788
October 2019 12,496
September 2019 10,447
August 2019 12,894
July 2019 6,861
May 2019 100
April 2019 103
March 2019 573
February 2019 88
January 2019 2,359
December 2018 504
November 2018 1,544
October 2018 1,847
September 2018 1,415
August 2018 2,020

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,832,284
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,336,554
5 Rhonda.M 3,151,161
...
724 dormen 63,261
725 R.Willman 63,178
726 David-the-ELDER 63,065
727 roomsofbooks 63,044
728 Boofsdad 62,910
729 juliaj 62,748

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Corrections by month

November 2019 9,788
October 2019 12,496
September 2019 10,447
August 2019 12,894
July 2019 6,861
May 2019 100
April 2019 103
March 2019 573
February 2019 88
January 2019 2,359
December 2018 504
November 2018 1,544
October 2018 1,847
September 2018 1,415
August 2018 2,020

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HEIRESS MARRIES (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Wednesday 4 October 1933 page 13 2019-11-23 12:06 hurst, Kent, who wa3 left a fortune
three years ago on condition that she
remained single, was married at Mnid-
fctone recently (says the London "Daily
Telceraoh").
hurst, Kent, who was left a fortune
three years ago, on condition that she
remained single, was married at Maid-
stone recently, (says the London "Daily
Telagraph").
Wife Cool To P.O.W. (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Wednesday 4 April 1945 [Issue No.10983] page 7 2019-11-23 12:01 IWife Cool To P.O.W. |
cool reception when he returned fo his wife, accord
ing to evidence in the Divorce Court today.
usual 21 or 28 dsys.
the position clarified at the earl
Judge Milton Helmlck has ar
ese judicial system. Judge Hel
mlck was formerly judge of the
Wife Cool To P.O.W.
cool reception, when he returned to his wife, accord-
ing to evidence in the Divorce Court, today.
usual 21 or 28 days.
the position clarified at the earl-
Judge Milton Helmick has ar-
United States,to study the Chin-
ese judicial system. Judge Hel-
mick was formerly judge of the
DIVORCE CASE. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Saturday 15 April 1905 [Issue No.12,269] page 5 2019-11-23 11:54 DI YOIM 'IC CASK.
i An application was made in thc Supreme
[Court, in Chambers, yesterday, to Hi«
Honour Mr. Justice Power, in tim
action for divorro brough; liv Ellie!
Mary Heart against lier husband, Ailinn
Henry Heurt, on thu ground ol cruel! v and
adultery with Mrs. Margaret Trillitt'. The
application was on liri,ali ol' Mrs. Trill'lt
und was timi she might ¡ie joined as co
defi iidaiit and Ile nt liberty lo show ratine
why the cider ni-i iirnuoiimcil in the
action on thc 2711i ul 1'cbrii.uy LIM
should not i.c in,nie absolute. Mr. I.. E.
DIVORCE CASE
An application was made in the Supreme
Court, in Chambers, yesterday, to His
Honour, Mr. Justice Power, in the
action for divorce brought by Ethel
Mary Heart, against her husband, Arthur
Henry Heart, on the ground of cruelty and
adultery, with Mrs. Margaret Triffitt'. The
application was on behalf of Mrs. Triffitt
and was that she might be joined as co-
defendent and be at liberty to show causd
why the order nisi pronounced in the
action on thc 27th of February last,
should not be made absolute. Mr. I.. E.
Wife Loved Another When Hubby Was POW (Article), Mirror (Perth, WA : 1921 - 1956), Saturday 9 November 1946 [Issue No.1277] page 2 2019-11-23 11:47 Back in Australia after several
his heels In a POW camp.
secure him his freedom from Mr.
Back in Australia, after several
his heels in a POW camp.
secure him his freedom, from Mr.
Wants To Wed POW Italian (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Tuesday 10 April 1945 [Issue No.21,843] page 9 2019-11-23 11:40 [?]
ADELAIDE. Tues— When
a 39-year-old Adelaide wo
police regarding . her rela
tionship with an Italian pri
soner at war at Macclesfield,
she stated that it was defin
itely a love affair and she
intended to marry him after
Elizabeth Ada Anwyl, of Kur
. abetted; counselled or procured,,
concerned in an unguarded pri
soner of war, Vinicenzo Russo re
having ' alcoholic liquor in his
On- one charge Mrs. Anwyl was
fined £.40, with £2/12/ costs and on
. Mr. E. W. Mills of the Common
Last year he was allotted work on
and while he was there Mrs. Anwyl
cruelty arid left the farm.
Mrs. 'Anw'yl's friendship with Russo
Mrs.. Anwyl visited Russo and
brought him. foodstuffs of. all kinds,
On another visit she took a pair
clothes for.which she had paid £5/6/.
would get a bottle of wine to cele
and gave the money to Russo to ob
war or enemy alien. She wanted
him to have a suit when he was re
Wants to Wed POW
Italian
ADELAIDE. Tues — When
a 39-year-old Adelaide wo-
police, regarding her rela-
tionship with an Italian pri-
soner at war, at Macclesfield,
she stated that it was defin-
itely a love affair, and she
intended to marry him, after
Elizabeth Ada Anwyl, of Kur-
abetted; counselled or procured,,
concerned, in an unguarded pri-
soner of war, Vincenzo Russo re-
having alcoholic liquor in his
On one charge, Mrs. Anwyl was
fined £40, with £2/12/ costs and on
Mr. E. W. Mills of the Common-
Last year, he was allotted work on
and while he was there, Mrs. Anwyl
cruelty and left the farm.
Mrs. Anwyl's friendship with Russo
Mrs Anwyl visited Russo and
brought him foodstuffs of all kinds,
On another visit, she took a pair
clothes, for which she had paid £5/6/.
would get a bottle of wine, to cele
and gave the money to Russo to ob-
war, or enemy alien. She wanted
him to have a suit when he was re-
ITALIAN P.O.W. CASES (Article), The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser (SA : 1880 - 1954), Thursday 26 April 1945 [Issue No.3646] page 3 2019-11-23 11:34 A. Amoyl, was recently fined £50,
A. Anwyl, was recently fined £50,
ITALIAN P.O.W. CASES (Article), The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser (SA : 1880 - 1954), Thursday 26 April 1945 [Issue No.3646] page 3 2019-11-23 11:26 Several cases cmmcwicd with Ital
ian prisoners of war have occurred
in the Hills lately, and all o£ these
jonirusi strangely with the develop
:nents being unfolded in Germany at
iinoiigst prisoners in Australia.
On Tuesday of last week E. Gior-1
jini, who has been located on Mr. J.
H. Schubert's property, threw him
lead. On Thursday an inquest was
conducted by the coroner at Echunga,
Mr. W- J. Bailey, assisted by M-C
Merritt, of Mount Barker, and a find
whilst of unsound mind, was return
ed. Cupt. Alireudt, iu charge of the
! presented the military authorities. It
dejectedly inclined, had 'been a pris
| A divorced woman named Mrs. E.
' A. Amoyi was recently lined £50,
concerning an Italian named V. Rus
so, located at Mr. (j. Cox's harm, at
Maeclesiield. The charges, aiding and
abetting the receiving of gifts of I
clothing, • alcoholic liquor, etc., took
and his hut at Macclesfield, when |
face ponder, etc. The defendant, j
who had a son killed in the R.A.A.F., |
also had sold the man's canteen cig
wait until after the war to do so. '
line among I'.U.W'., in that he had on
various occasions between December,
1943, and February, 1945, had rela
tions with Hilda Mueller, of Hahn
dorf. Both parties admitted the
Several cases connected with Ital-
ian prisoners of war, have occurred
in the Hills lately, and all of these
contrast strangely, with the develop-
ments being unfolded in Germany at
amongst prisoners in Australia.
On Tuesday of last week, E. Gior-
gini, who has been located on Mr. J.
H. Schubert's property, threw him-
head. On Thursday, an inquest was
conducted by the coroner, at Echunga,
Mr. W. J. Bailey, assisted by M. C.
Merritt, of Mount Barker, and a find-
whilst of unsound mind, was return-
ed. Capt. Ahrendt, in charge of the
presented the military authorities. It
dejectedly inclined, had been a pris-
A divorced woman named Mrs. E.
A. Amoyl, was recently fined £50,
concerning an Italian named V. Rus-
so, located at Mr. G. Cox's farm, at
Macclesfield. The charges, aiding and
abetting the receiving of gifts of
clothing, alcoholic liquor, etc., took
and his hut at Macclesfield, when
face powder, etc. The defendant,
who had a son killed in the R.A.A.F.,
also had sold the man's canteen cig-
wait until after the war, to do so. '
line among POW, in that he had, on
various occasions, between December,
1943, and February, 1945, had rela-
tions with Hilda Mueller, of Hahn-
dorf. Both parties admitted the
NO DIVORCE (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 22 November 1945 [Issue No.2809] page 3 2019-11-23 11:14 13 by Mrs. 'Leah Webber, of Broad
rea'd by Mr. Jeffriess.
Mrs. Webber stated that . shs
was Mrs. Eugarde's .mother. The
to Presbyterian rites on October 5,
added, visited her home at Broad
way Street on October 23 'alive
been a war prisoner in Japanese
hands, and had returned to Aus
13, by Mrs. Leah Webber, of Broad-
read by Mr. Jeffriess.
Mrs. Webber stated that she
was Mrs. Eugarde's mother. The
to Presbyterian rites, on October 5,
added, visited her home at Broad-
way Street, on October 23, 'alive
been a war prisoner, in Japanese
hands, and had returned to Aus-
NO DIVORCE (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 22 November 1945 [Issue No.2809] page 3 2019-11-23 11:13 DETURN recently of a
^ P.O.W. soldier who had
Supreme Court upset a di
Ills Marian Eugarde. of Broad
petitioned tile Court praying that
Fiederick Eugarde, be presumed,
She slated that there was no
lSbiie of the marriage, and alleged
that Eugarde left home at the age
her on March 21, 1936. She heard
thnt he was seen at Coolangatta
Her petition also set out that for
for suoDOslng that lie was dead
had also been made at publio
offices. Mrs. Kuearde made per
sonal Investigations at Coolan
gatta. Tweed Heads, and Murwil
His Honour ordered on Decem
nisi for dissolution of the mar
lUpaa »-r»rtMH'IC QtiH 14 fiRVK frOUl
that date. ? ? '
The Attorney-General inter
Brisbane in 1940, and about Janu
Chief Justice (Mr. Justice Macros
san) yesterday to rescind. . the
decree' nisi. He said that Eugarde
had enlisted in the Army under
another name. . ?
RETURN recently of a
P.O.W. soldier who had
Supreme Court, upset a di-
Iris Marian Eugarde, of Broad-
petitioned the Court, praying that
Frederick Eugarde, be presumed,
She stated that there was no
issue of the marriage, and alleged
that Eugarde left home, at the age
her, on March 21, 1936. She heard
that he was seen at Coolangatta
Her petition also set out that, for
for supposing that he was dead
had also been made at public
offices. Mrs. Eugarde made per-
sonal investigations at Coolan-
gatta. Tweed Heads, and Murwil-
His Honour ordered, on Decem-
nisi for dissolution of the mar-
three months and 14 days from
that date.
The Attorney-General inter-
Brisbane in 1940, and about Janu-
Chief Justice, (Mr. Justice Macros-
san), yesterday to rescind the
decree nisi. He said that Eugarde
had enlisted in the Army, under
another name.
EX-POW WAS NOT WANTED (Article), Mirror (Perth, WA : 1921 - 1956), Saturday 11 December 1948 [Issue No.1386] page 10 2019-11-23 11:03 dier, hasn't found this coun-
try a very good bet as far as
wife Muress until after he was
land with his people because
Brockman he got a divorce
Walker this week grounded
dier, hasn't found this coun-
try a very good bet, as far as
wife Muress, until after he was
land with his people, because
Brockman, he got a divorce
Walker this week, grounded

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