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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,826,655
2 noelwoodhouse 3,923,369
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,328,917
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,785
...
1678 elizabeth1842 20,694
1679 facemonkey 20,691
1680 rmjones 20,667
1681 ruthandrew 20,645
1682 airliem 20,640
1683 wazapearce 20,626

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November 2019 705
October 2019 123
September 2019 616
August 2019 714
July 2019 312
June 2019 100
May 2019 708
April 2019 472
March 2019 567
February 2019 269
January 2019 269
December 2018 240
November 2018 578
October 2018 341
September 2018 130
August 2018 183
June 2018 215
May 2018 243
April 2018 444
March 2018 279
February 2018 1,038
January 2018 403
December 2017 108
November 2017 54
October 2017 107
September 2017 109
July 2017 118
June 2017 72
May 2017 480
April 2017 858
March 2017 1,042
February 2017 286
January 2017 87
December 2016 70
November 2016 342
October 2016 193
September 2016 32
August 2016 114
July 2016 1,089
June 2016 820
May 2016 184
February 2016 389
January 2016 29
December 2015 17
November 2015 330
October 2015 307
September 2015 126
August 2015 146
July 2015 4
June 2015 416
May 2015 67
April 2015 515
March 2015 1,029
February 2015 293
December 2014 39
October 2014 14
September 2014 410
August 2014 586
July 2014 51
June 2014 44
May 2014 378
April 2014 341

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,826,453
2 noelwoodhouse 3,923,369
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,328,896
5 Rhonda.M 3,140,772
...
1673 elizabeth1842 20,694
1674 facemonkey 20,685
1675 rmjones 20,667
1676 ruthandrew 20,645
1677 airliem 20,640
1678 wazapearce 20,618

20,645 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 705
October 2019 123
September 2019 616
August 2019 714
July 2019 312
June 2019 100
May 2019 708
April 2019 472
March 2019 567
February 2019 269
January 2019 269
December 2018 240
November 2018 578
October 2018 341
September 2018 130
August 2018 183
June 2018 215
May 2018 243
April 2018 444
March 2018 279
February 2018 1,038
January 2018 403
December 2017 108
November 2017 54
October 2017 107
September 2017 109
July 2017 118
June 2017 72
May 2017 480
April 2017 858
March 2017 1,042
February 2017 286
January 2017 87
December 2016 70
November 2016 342
October 2016 193
September 2016 32
August 2016 114
July 2016 1,089
June 2016 820
May 2016 184
February 2016 389
January 2016 29
December 2015 17
November 2015 330
October 2015 307
September 2015 126
August 2015 146
July 2015 4
June 2015 416
May 2015 67
April 2015 515
March 2015 1,029
February 2015 293
December 2014 39
October 2014 14
September 2014 410
August 2014 586
July 2014 51
June 2014 44
May 2014 378
April 2014 341

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DEATH OF MR GEO. HEATH. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 12 November 1921 [Issue No.5877] page 2 2019-11-18 15:00 [deATH^^F- MR GEG.%HEA^i£.
Tfae„mai|y friends, of i-Mr George
JHe&th^ oifi^JSoj^i, received a'^ev*srfe
^ockijon.Thursday-when the sad newe
ireac&eS^&Bem. ^fcitihe Jiad died^snd
idenlyiut tlg^:^ailarGotfoospit!aL. ,, Mr
qpnfSiwil:,^. ^ij,<L- iisnat?^good
hsS^&tm.'^MmiSy, %sftieii 'HI on.Mon
day Md&ter an^/v^^aikeni/ to WaUa
oa ■
faMure^:. |te«cease4,
known tim^g^wmt./the.: -Kadina". and.
Niim^; "Districts, !':wks ' bom at^Nbr-r
teter. :(&■■
resided at. Wallaroo.where 5ir; ^Heatb:
K^-occupie4 3»
wMi the- poslbcm of. oyenaefcr"; to tfoe"
1tfina^ .I>istiTCt r^Gpunca; \rf^h:J>ody i
-lie&en^iSBi&iiroly «&d-$i»itihie vtniost
-saP^ictii^iv; bi7 the^counal;- ;«n^l51aBtJ
Jun^.-wbtn. he retired 'from tiie^ gosi
taoiu*:-. Hfr also, sold lus farai ^tid wsent.
tar
He was; one of i&e' masi; w^eiy;toiown •
menoii ttie ^PeiSnsula, aaidwas highly
esteemed for liis/stterling honesty and
lovable" character,, aid his~<ieatb leaives"
a gap in the ..life-'of. the' Tickera arid
Afford communities -that wilt be. dif
ficult' io fill.. Daring- the war- be' was ■
the leading spirit lm tihe coxninututies
indicated, in all measures undertaken ■
for the aidvantage of 'the boys at the
fromt, and feitteriy was prominent iii J
'the -STCcessf^raiisiiig of funds and <t)he
'erection of the Alfopd and the Tickera
Soldiers' Memorials; jdoihg tihe
masohry work at the later Memorial
free of-change. : .He -was .a prominent
and Enthusiastic^svorker in connection
with the Alford Methodist dhurch, and
his loss will be severely, felt in this
direction: as also in the Foresters'
-Lap&e. * On the occasion of his re
tirement ais am officer of the"!DUtrict
Council oif Ninnes, high praise was be
stowedori -Mr Heath by ;£he council for
the excellent and .valued-Biervices ren
dered idtaing 27 years, and special «e
Cord of those services' was enittered: ih
'the minutes. Mr ;Heath was close
upon 70 yeairs when he died.. His
wife ptejdieceased Sum-a year ago, and'
there: are five sons and three -daugh
at 'Wallaroo on Friday afternoon, was
largely attended, the Revs. J; C.
Hughes and T. P. WiUason officiating
ait the gravesidie. - Mr J. J. Jones had
DEATH OF MR GEO. HEATH.
Th many friends of Mr George
Heath of Alford, received a severe
shock onThursday when the sad news
reached them that he had died sud
denly at the Wallaroo hospital. Mr
Heath appeared in his usual good
health on Sunday, but fell ill on Mon
day and later on was taken to Walla
roo, where he died about mid-day on
Thursday, November 10, of heart
failure. The deceased, who was well
known throughout the Kadina and
Ninnes Districts, was born at Nor
wood in 1851. The family later on
resided at. Wallaroo.where Mr Heath
was occupied as a mason, doing work
in all parts of the district. subse
quently he took up land close to Al-
ford, and combined farming pursuits
with the position of overseer to the
Ninnes District Council, which body
he served faithfully and to the utmost
satisfaction of the council until last
June, when he retired from the posiiie^ gosi
tion. He also sold his farm and went
to reside at Tickera with relatives.
He was one of the most widely known
men on the Peninsula, and was highly
esteemed for his sterling honesty and
lovable character, and his death leaves
a gap in the life of the Tickera arid
Afford communities that wilt be dif
ficult to fill. During the war he was
the leading spirit in the communities
indicated, in all measures undertaken
for the advantage of the boys at the
front, and latterly was prominent in
the successful raising of funds and the
erection of the Alford and the Tickera
Soldiers' Memorials, doing the
masonry work at the later Memorial
free of charge. He was a prominent
and enthusiastic worker in connection
with the Alford Methodist church, and
his loss will be severely felt in this
direction as also in the Foresters'
Lodge. On the occasion of his re
tirement as am officer of the District
Council of Ninnes, high praise was be
stowed on Mr Heath by the council for
the excellent and valued services ren
dered during 27 years, and special re
cord of those services was entered in
the minutes. Mr Heath was close
upon 70 years when he died. His
wife predeceased him a year ago, and
there are five sons and three daugh
at Wallaroo on Friday afternoon, was
largely attended, the Revs. J. C.
Hughes and T. P. Willason officiating
at the graveside. Mr J. J. Jones had
GENERAL NEWS. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 25 September 1920 [Issue No.5765] page 2 2019-11-18 14:17 crowded on Monday night, jiugust 30,
who was maijried to Mr J. Cornelius
on the. following Wednesday., The
Rev. Tj' B, Willajson. occupied the
worker. She had worked in the Sim
day school Tor many years "and loved
Coveney spoke on behalf-of the church
Sunday school. _ Both speakers were
Sterling worth of Miss" Heath, who
which were designated for the kibchen
department -df the new home. The
Rev.. T. P. Willason presented the
guestt^with a handsome oak^tray and
silver ^service from the church and dis
sugar servicejfrom the Sunday school.
Miss Heath responded suitably "and
said hf>w she appreciated the kindness
of the Alford friends, .with whom it
was always a pleasure to work. iJSongs
were contributed by. Moss D. Sharpies,
Mr F. Spry, and Rev. Wfllason. Two
of the evenina;'
crowded on Monday night, August 30,
who was married to Mr J. Cornelius
on the following Wednesday., The
Rev. T. P. Willason occupied the
worker. She had worked in the Sun
day school for many years and loved
Coveney spoke on behalf of the church
Sunday school. Both speakers were
sterling worth of Miss Heath, who
which were designated for the kitchen
department of the new home. The
Rev. T. P. Willason presented the
guest with a handsome oak tray and
silver service from the church and dis
sugar service from the Sunday school.
Miss Heath responded suitably and
said how she appreciated the kindness
of the Alford friends, with whom it
was always a pleasure to work. Songs
were contributed by Miss D. Sharples,
Mr F. Spry, and Rev. Willason. Two
of the evening.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Friday 22 July 1892 [Issue No.8,598] page 2 2019-11-18 12:20 PARKER.—In loving memory ol Louisa Chillman,
the dearly beloved wife of II. T. Parker, who died at
AVanritarah West on the 22nd July, 1888. Also, of
Arthur John, the Eecond (first deceased) beloved son
13th April last, need 35 years.
Pesccfr' he +heir si'ent plumber,
A s be '.i ihe turf they lay;
Ye rvho w ish to meet them yonder
Follow Ohrist, He leads the way. 204zx205
PARKER.—In loving memory of Louisa Chillman,
the dearly beloved wife of H. T. Parker, who died at
Wandearah West on the 22nd July, 1888. Also, of
Arthur John, the second (first deceased) beloved son
13th April last, aged 35 years.
Peaceful be their silent slumber,
As beneath the turf they lay;
Ye who wish to meet them yonder
Follow Christ, He leads the way. 204zx205
Manning-Palmer (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Saturday 17 February 1940 [Issue No.5,169] page 4 2019-11-18 10:42 GilllHll -Fzd f i'~c~leTe
WO o, her sisters will attend
married to Mr. Dave Manning.
second son of Mrs. Manning. of Rit
chie terr;ce. Richmond, and of the
The bride, who will be gi\'ven away
of Mr and .M1rs. \. H. Palmer. of Os
mond street. Ilindmarsh.
St Saviour's Church. Hindmarsh. will
A Cown of whi:e georagette will be
Pan collar and a full skirt. Hier tulle
veil has a topknot of orange blossom.
haloes of autumn flowers. and the-.
be Mr. \VWalter McMahon and Mr. Wil
About 50 guesis will attend a recep
The bride's mother will wear a blue
greyv silk rayon dress. patterned whh
don-tan dress. an off-white hat, and a
Manning-Palmer
Two of, her sisters will attend
married to Mr. Dave Manning,
second son of Mrs. Manning, of Rit
chie terrace, Richmond, and of the
The bride, who will be given away
of Mr and Mrs.W. H. Palmer, of Os
mond street, Hindmarsh.
St Saviour's Church, Hindmarsh, will
A gown of white georgette will be
Pan collar and a full skirt. Her tulle
veil has a topknot of orange blossom,
haloes of autumn flowers, and they
be Mr. Walter McMahon and Mr. Wil
About 50 guests will attend a recep
The bride's mother will wear a blue-
grey silk rayon dress, patterned with
don-tan dress, an off-white hat, and a
Our Sainted Dead. SAMUEL JOHN WHITE. (Article), Australian Christian Commonwealth (SA : 1901 - 1940), Friday 19 July 1918 [Issue No.1557] page 14 2019-11-17 17:25 Oar Sainted Dead.
Our Sainted Dead.
Our Sainted Dead. SAMUEL JOHN WHITE. (Article), Australian Christian Commonwealth (SA : 1901 - 1940), Friday 19 July 1918 [Issue No.1557] page 14 2019-11-17 17:24 Sliss Webber in 1870. Selected land near
the services for many years, and "was
one of the first lot of trustees for Yacka
and good neighbour, a. kind, considerate
husband and father. He leaves a widow,-
two sons, and seven, daughters to mourn
their sad loss. Mr. White was a Reohabite
• followed his remains to the Yacka
Miss Webber in 1870. Selected land near
the services for many years, and was
one of the first lot of trustees for Yacka
and good neighbour, a kind, considerate
husband and father. He leaves a widow,
two sons, and seven daughters to mourn
their sad loss. Mr. White was a Rechabite
followed his remains to the Yacka
Divorce Granted (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Thursday 5 March 1936 page 19 2019-11-17 15:00 Fuller had been guilty ol misconduct
Fuller had been guilty of misconduct
Kadina & Wallaroo Times KADINA: SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 1894. FURTHER DEVELOPMENT. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 13 January 1894 [Issue No.3176] page 2 2019-11-17 11:43 Thb Late Mb A. Patebson.—Ghmeral
regret has been expressed in consequenoe of
deceased was an old colonist who had beeu
engaged in farming in South Anstralia for
from his pipe. Tbe day was intensely hot,
sustained severe injury. Although Dr Robiu
eon, and latterly Dr Minchin, were in close
died on Monday night last. The fhnerai,
which was conducted by Mr B. S. Haddv,
where the Be*. A.. Hodge read the burial
The Late Mr A. Paterson.—General
regret has been expressed in consequence of
deceased was an old colonist who had been
engaged in farming in South Australia for
from his pipe. The day was intensely hot,
sustained severe injury. Although Dr Robin
son, and latterly Dr Minchin, were in close
died on Monday night last. The funeral,
which was conducted by Mr R. S. Haddy,
where the Rev. A. Hodge read the burial
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 6 November 1920 [Issue No.5777] page 2 2019-11-17 10:38 PATERSQN.-On the 31st October
MR ANDREW PA?ERSGN, Sen.,
and FAMILY, pi Newtown, Kadina,
relatives for -teiegrams, letters, cards,
PATERSON.-On the 31st October
MR ANDREW PATERSON, Sen.,
and FAMILY, of Newtown, Kadina,
relatives for telegrams, letters, cards,
Items of News. (Article), Hamilton Spectator (Vic. : 1870 - 1918), Tuesday 24 January 1899 [Issue No.5937] page 2 2019-11-16 18:18 to rest in the Mutton cemetery, she having at
time of death almost readied the ripe age
<of 82. Mr. and Mis. Kranz were amongst
iSdwlz, and Mrs. Holtkomp, all of w hom
are highly respected and weU-to-do-farmeis
the Morton district. Their other chil-
Geo. JBckel, of Minyip, and Mr. John Kranz,
of South Hamilton, The old couple came
(he first bres& in the family was the death
«toe-fother,>hich took place about eight
jeara since. For rome time after her
Lusfaahdhsdeath Mrs. Kranz lived in a cot -
tageiri this township, and it was not until
enced ber first illness, which took the form
pla paralytic stroke. She was then removed
WMr: H. Schuiz'e residence, where, amid |
.the affectionate attention of children and
xpnnths of a lengthy, vigorous and useful
life. like many others of the fast dw indling
hand of old Australian colonists, Mr. and
:Mra- Kranz faad had to foce the hardships
ond diljicultiesof pioneer life, hut courage,
-totoVSY and thrift enabled them to g
atead kall such obstacles, and in both then-
foes dure was light at eventide. Tw j
iun&ri- procession, which started from Mr- j
aL'iSamfels residence, tosh, saoordmg to the
feunmttnkle Standard, followed by about 40 j
lducfes and some horsemen, aqd the service 1
m;Ate_zayu -was conducted fay the Bev, j
|W»rfliller. ' It may be added that die \
phfeConpteStdS granaehfldrep
Mr;Wm.CronA I
igjmaa8jteatiriact<«ily conducted
to rest in the Murtoa cemetery, she having at
time of death almost reached the ripe age
of 82. Mr. and Mrs. Kranz were amongst
Schulz, and Mrs. Holtkamp, all of whom
are highly respected and well-to-do-farmers
of the Murtoa district. Their other chil-
Geo. Eckel, of Minyip, and Mr. John Kranz,
of South Hamilton. The old couple came
the first break in the family was the death
of the father, which took place about eight
years since. For some time after her
husband's death Mrs. Kranz lived in a cot -
tage in this township, and it was not until
enced her first illness, which took the form
of a paralytic stroke. She was then removed
to Mr: H. Schulz's residence, where, amid
the affectionate attention of children and
months of a lengthy, vigorous and useful
life. Like many others of the fast dwindling
band of old Australian colonists, Mr. and
Mrs. Kranz had had to face the hardships
and difficulties of pioneer life, but courage,
energy, and thrift enabled them to get
ahead of all such obstacles, and in both their
lives there was light at eventide. The
funeral procession, which started from Mr.
H. Schulz's residence, was, according to the
Dunmunkle Standard, followed by about 40
vehicles and some horsemen, and the service
at the grave was conducted by the Rev.
Pastor Hiller. It may be added that the
venerable couple left 43 grandchildren and
23 great grandchildren. Mr. Wm. Crouch,
local undertaker, satisfactorily conducted
the funeral arrangements.

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