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1 JohnWarren 5,819,496
2 noelwoodhouse 3,918,884
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,631
5 Rhonda.M 3,136,611
...
1364 Jill 27,692
1365 Willjbendigo 27,683
1366 lahogue1879 27,665
1367 warwickconway 27,652
1368 PipB 27,646
1369 RomaO 27,603

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November 2019 9
October 2019 538
September 2019 1,795
August 2019 5,206
July 2019 545
June 2019 30
April 2019 9
December 2018 1,254
November 2018 476
August 2018 110
July 2018 99
May 2018 68
March 2018 375
February 2018 404
January 2018 316
December 2017 2,454
November 2017 3,206
October 2017 1,528
September 2017 2,529
August 2017 413
July 2017 328
June 2017 532
May 2017 1,782
April 2017 2,140
March 2017 1,472
February 2017 34

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,819,294
2 noelwoodhouse 3,918,884
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,610
5 Rhonda.M 3,136,598
...
1359 Jill 27,692
1360 Willjbendigo 27,683
1361 lahogue1879 27,665
1362 warwickconway 27,652
1363 PipB 27,646
1364 heness 27,566

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November 2019 9
October 2019 538
September 2019 1,795
August 2019 5,206
July 2019 545
June 2019 30
April 2019 9
December 2018 1,254
November 2018 476
August 2018 110
July 2018 99
May 2018 68
March 2018 375
February 2018 404
January 2018 316
December 2017 2,454
November 2017 3,206
October 2017 1,528
September 2017 2,529
August 2017 413
July 2017 328
June 2017 532
May 2017 1,782
April 2017 2,140
March 2017 1,472
February 2017 34

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 3 October 1893 [Issue No.14,630] page 4 2019-11-13 16:45 The VlLLE DK la Ciotat, ».«., arrived early on
Monday morning after a coirse-weather passage
Throughout the passage she htiil a heavy south
west gale and high sea. On Sunday ono of the
passengers named Louh A. rirau died of senile
decay. Originally hn had been an tiQicer in the
penitentiary in Noumea, whence he was going -ui
leave of abs-nre to L.i liulle France. He rapidly
decline-l on boaid the vessel, und died on Sunday
The VILLE DE LA CIOTAT, s.s, arrived early on
Monday morning after a coarse-weather passage
Throughout the passage she had a heavy south
west gale and high sea. On Sunday one of the
passengers named Louis A. Brau died of senile
decay. Originally he had been an officer in the
penitentiary in Noumea, whence he was going on
leave of absence to La Belle France. He rapidly
declined on board the vessel, and died on Sunday
ENFORCING DISCIPLINE. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Monday 16 July 1923 [Issue No.4157] page 2 2019-10-29 17:28 exforoixo i>ibcnjli:< i:.
Several senior cadets were lirouglit. ]
before .Mr. G. W. llMleumbe, JS.M., ;it |
the Port Adelaide Police I'onrt 011
Friday for liavicg liad cigarettes nr '
material for making cigarettes in iheirj
possession while undergoing detention. !
The informations wo re laid '•>" Lieut, i
C. M. L. Elliot. Cecil Vv'. Brown and 1
Leslie Bobert Deanc were convicted]
without a penalty hut. ordered to pay i
15/- costs, in default 4 days' detention.'
Arthur W. Crease, Sydney T. X. I'ren. ■
Percy J. Moody and Kobert M. Black, j
who had cither been previously warned j
or ?uminarily dealt with under regu'ij- !
lions, wore each fined vt/- witli 311 costs, 1
in delauit 34 days' detention. ;
ENFORCING DISCIPLINE.
Several senior cadets were brought
before Mr. G. W. Halcombe, S.M., at
the Port Adelaide Police Court on
Friday for having had cigarettes or
material for making cigarettes in their
possession while undergoing detention.
The informations were laid by Lieut.
C. M. L. Elliot, Cecil W. Brown and
Leslie Robert Deane were convicted
without a penalty but ordered to pay
15/- costs, in default 4 days' detention.
Arthur W. Crease, Sydney T. A. Uren,
Percy J. Moody and Robert M.Black,
who had either been previously warned
or summarily dealt with under regula-
tions, wore each fined 5/- with £1 costs,
in default 14 days' detention.
PORT POLICE COURT. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Saturday 3 December 1921 [Issue No.3654] page 4 2019-10-22 17:35 POET POUCE COOBT.
At the Port Adelaide Police Oourt on
Friday," before Messrs J. W. ChafmOn
and A. Cower. Thomas Patrick Ha-ris,
laborer, of King William street. Boss
water, was fined £1 «ith £1- costs for
having ridden a biovele without a Jieht
Junction road. Eosewater., on the
ni£ht of November 23, For having sold
bacon in his shop after 6 p.m. on Octo
ber 24. gpencer Alfred Brown., oi
semaphore road. Exeter. \ras ordered to
pay a fine of £2 2.0/ with £1 costs. Mr.
(t. J. Ziesin> appeared for the proee
i-utrnn.
PORT POLICE COURT.
At the Port Adelaide Police Court on
Friday, before Messrs J. W. Channon
and A. Gower. Thomas Patrick Harris,
laborer, of King William street, Rose-
water, was fined £1 with £1 costs for
having ridden a bicycle without a light
on Junction road, Rosewater, on the
night of November 23. For having sold
bacon in his shop after 6 p.m. on Octo-
ber 24, Spencer Alfred Brown, of
Semaphore road, Exeter, was ordered to
pay a fine of £2 10/ with £1 costs. Mr.
G. I. Ziesing appeared for the prose-
cution.
A SERIOUS CHARGE (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Thursday 17 January 1924 [Issue No.4315] page 2 2019-10-22 17:32 •gilliam Bajcpton, a foreman, 01
Largs Bay, appeared. before Mi, ti. W.;
iLaieonrfna, £.41., al. the Port Adelaide
Police Court ■ on Wadnoeday, chafed
oa tile information oC lospuctot' J. li.
Moblet, that while in Uie employ of Ric_
hard Joknsort, Ciapiiam. and Mxuxis Lid.
Poet Adelaide, be embeszled the follow
ing sums:—Ob July 3, £12 15/; on Aug.
list 7. £3 6/3; oil August JO, £A 4/; on
September 8, £2 2£j. On the application
of Inspector JiobJct a remand to <Pob
ruarv 4 was granted. Bail was aJJowed
in defendant's wn securty of £25 ana
another's of the tame ajiounl.
William Bampton, a foreman, of
Largs Bay, appeared. before Mr. G. W.
Halcombe, S.M., at the Port Adelaide
Police Court on Wednesday, charged
on the information of Inspector J. F.
Noblet, that while in the employ of Ric-
hard Johnson, Clapham and Morris Ltd.
Port Adelaide, he embezzled the follow-
ing sums:—On July 3, £12 15/; on Aug-
ust 7. £3 6/3; oil August 30, £4 4/; on
September 8, £2 18/. On the application
of Inspector Noblet a remand to Feb-
ruary 4 was granted. Bail was allowed
in defendant's own security of £25 and
another's of the same amount.
PORT ADELAIDE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. Before Mr. J. H. Sinclair. S.M. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Friday 7 September 1917 [Issue No.2330] page 6 2019-10-22 17:26 Before Mr. J. H. Sinclair. S.3X.
Prank Smith, who ras fined 15/ fog
drunkenness, was ordered io pay ISf
and 15/ costs lor having behaved inde
cently in St. Vincent street on Wednes
"War is caused iby tb*» desire of the
capitalists to place their eslra wealth
in countries "where capital has _ not yet
penetrated. If the dwellers in ^ those
court-tries objected, or if another llaiiojx
coveted the place, war was tile inevit
Before Mr. J. H. Sinclair. S.M.
Frank Smith, who was fined 15/ for
drunkenness, was ordered to pay 15/
and 15/ costs lor having behaved inde-
cently in St. Vincent street on Wednes-
War is caused by the desire of the
capitalists to place their extra wealth
in countries where capital has not yet
penetrated. If the dwellers in those
countries objected, or if another nation
coveted the place, war was the inevit-
RAILWAYS DEFRAUDED. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Tuesday 12 June 1923 [Issue No.4128] page 4 2019-10-22 17:25 Before MR G. W. Halcombe, S.M. in
Before Mr. G. W. Halcombe, S.M. in
HINDERED THE POLICE. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Saturday 25 January 1919 [Issue No.2761] page 6 2019-10-22 17:17 HEnXBBED THE POMCE.
<^aik Webb was cnazged with having
execution of bis duty. Constable Parkinson
said that he 'was am^ing the
accused in St: Vincent street. He got j
the accused across the toad Then le
the whistle irom witness' chain, kiock\x=req-\
- «d *ii« helmet oH, and punched hun in
the face. Constable Leal helped him'
to get the man tP the police station.
Constable Leial corroborated. Webb
jras sentenced to one month's ir'^pris\x=req-\
Brtmerft. ~ He was fined 5/ with 10/
coats tor intoxication. i
HINDERED THE POLICE.
Clark Webb was charged with having
execution of his duty. Constable Parkinson
said that he was arresting the
accused in St. Vincent street. He got
the accused across the road when he
the whistle from witness' chain, knock-
ed his helmet off, and punched him in
the face. Constable Leal helped him
to get the man to the police station.
Constable Leal corroborated. Webb
was sentenced to one month's impris-
onment. He was fined 5/ with 10/
coats tor intoxication.
YOUTHFUL WIFE DESERTER. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Tuesday 28 March 1922 [Issue No.3751] page 3 2019-10-22 17:14 YOUTHFUt WIFE DESEETEB. I
I iu the Port Adelaide Police Court on I
I -Monday VioitC Annie Cilento proceeded'
a£ain££ her husband, William Anthony i
Cilento, a youn^ man^ for .having wil- >
maintenance for her since March. 4. De-'
sertioa ou March 4 wis also alleged, j
An order br consent for separation and
YOUTHFUL WIFE DESERTER.
In the Port Adelaide Police Court on
Monday Violet Annie Cilento proceeded
against her husband, William Anthony
Cilento, a young man for having wil-
maintenance for her since March. 4. De-
sertion on March 4 was also alleged.
An order by consent for separation and
MOTOR CYCLIST FINED. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Saturday 28 December 1918 [Issue No.2737] page 3 2019-10-22 17:12 In \'.ii Port Adelaide Police Court
vi'sv-rdiiy Harry PW>:toD Foster wa
tinfi] a-i and £1 costs for Jiaving
a nao*ar ^yrlr? slontr th«' Port road, Al.
<>n iK^cnIS at 25 an
i'i'jr. v !»:om wa.' 10 mil** ov*r the
Jmit. Hr to the court that
?ir- only r*wntly came from tho eastern
uli-r*' (iicr<* was no .cpf^d limit,
lnd he aot*d in isnorauee of the Ja.w»
In the Port Adelaide Police Court
yesterday Harry Flockton Foster was
fined £3 and £1 costs for having driven
a motor cycle along the Port road, Al-
berton, on December 13 at 25 miles an
hour, which was 10 miles over the speed
limit. He explained to the court that
he only recently came from the eastern
States, where there was no speed limit,
and he acted in ignorance of the law.
AN UNLICENSED MOTORIST. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Tuesday 1 May 1917 [Issue No.2219] page 5 2019-10-22 17:10 At the Port Adelaide Police Court yes
terday morning, before Mr. J. H. Sin
on the information of Sub-Inspector Fra
had purchased the cycle only a week pre
At the Port Adelaide Police Court yes-
terday morning, before Mr. J. H. Sin-
on the information of Sub-Inspector Fra-
had purchased the cycle only a week pre-

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