There seems to be some inconsistency - the name is listed as Felickaria on other parts of this wikia and Felicitania here. Which is it? Other than Potter sites, the only mention of either name is here: "These inspired the founding of colonies in South Australia through the sale of lands in South Australia to voluntary emigrants; in contrast to the rest of eastern Australia, where many European migrants were transported convicts. Jeremy Bentham himself produced, but did not publish, work outlining his vision for the new colony based on Edward Gibbon Wakefield’s ‘systematic colonization’ scheme, even suggesting names such as ‘Felicitania’, ‘Liberia’ and ‘Utopia’."  (Vaudree (talk) 04:15, March 21, 2016 (UTC))
- "Felickaria" was a best guess at what the name in the Evening Prophet article reads based on a screenshot from the Chamber of Secrets film. But we now have a higher-quality image of the prop from an exhibition, so it's since become clear it's really Felicitania. Any instances of "Felickaria" are outdated and should be updated. ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 04:28, March 21, 2016 (UTC)
Took them all out except this one under Ford Angela since there is a redirect with the name that also has to be removed and don't know how. Saddened, Felickaria was the prettier of the two names.  (Vaudree (talk) 05:15, March 21, 2016 (UTC))
This, however, cannot be considered canon, since Rowling's statements and books imply that Dippet has been dead since the 1950s.
I don't recall any conclusive evidence that Dippet died in the 1950s. Only that that Dumbledore succeeded him as headmaster circa 1957, which could mean that Dippet died then, or that he simply retired. I don't think the newspaper is necessarily non-canon, because there's no solid evidence Armando Dippet was dead by the time the paper came out. ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 00:53, August 2, 2016 (UTC)
- And even Dumbledore succeeding Dippet in circa 1957 is currently under scrutiny (see Talk:Hepzibah Smith#Year of Death). -- 00:59, August 2, 2016 (UTC)