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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,545,830
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,020,376
4 annmanley 2,252,210
5 John.F.Hall 2,246,919
6 DonnaTelfer 1,779,209
7 Rhonda.M 1,649,974
8 maurielyn 1,649,660
9 C.Scheikowski 1,636,311
10 culroym 1,613,552
11 frankstonlibrary 1,602,607

1,636,311 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 18,288
June 2017 25,064
May 2017 31,229
April 2017 17,423
March 2017 14,250
February 2017 24,380
January 2017 34,104
December 2016 21,018
November 2016 29,441
October 2016 25,716
September 2016 23,399
August 2016 11,894
July 2016 9,838
June 2016 8,411
May 2016 16,410
April 2016 1,350
March 2016 16,421
February 2016 13,910
January 2016 15,311
December 2015 18,886
November 2015 16,485
October 2015 18,241
September 2015 14,274
August 2015 9,246
July 2015 10,331
June 2015 3,209
May 2015 12,640
April 2015 14,641
March 2015 17,643
February 2015 18,893
January 2015 20,161
December 2014 20,654
November 2014 22,198
October 2014 17,585
September 2014 19,845
August 2014 15,602
July 2014 9,044
June 2014 4,107
May 2014 23,504
April 2014 14,644
March 2014 20,471
February 2014 6,489
January 2014 13,523
December 2013 25,729
November 2013 24,668
October 2013 28,771
September 2013 22,530
August 2013 22,264
July 2013 21,533
June 2013 28,466
May 2013 41,348
April 2013 38,834
March 2013 29,197
February 2013 28,150
January 2013 28,326
December 2012 6,724
November 2012 2,970
October 2012 30,771
September 2012 37,389
August 2012 28,997
July 2012 21,656
June 2012 24,665
May 2012 21,518
April 2012 18,313
March 2012 21,569
February 2012 32,238
January 2012 23,475
December 2011 22,461
November 2011 20,641
October 2011 16,158
September 2011 21,283
August 2011 17,697
July 2011 18,159
June 2011 16,535
May 2011 18,569
April 2011 14,181
March 2011 9,694
February 2011 8,018
January 2011 12,812
December 2010 4,995
November 2010 3,918
October 2010 9,012
September 2010 8,008
August 2010 6,868
July 2010 14,124
June 2010 8,607
May 2010 12,044
April 2010 7,286
March 2010 10,840
February 2010 9,464
January 2010 1,119
November 2009 48
October 2009 141
August 2009 277
July 2009 859
June 2009 1,686
May 2009 6,405
April 2009 4,128

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,545,799
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,020,376
4 annmanley 2,252,140
5 John.F.Hall 2,246,914
6 DonnaTelfer 1,779,207
7 Rhonda.M 1,649,961
8 maurielyn 1,649,660
9 C.Scheikowski 1,635,972
10 culroym 1,613,402
11 frankstonlibrary 1,602,607

1,635,972 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 18,288
June 2017 24,986
May 2017 31,211
April 2017 17,423
March 2017 14,237
February 2017 24,377
January 2017 33,894
December 2016 21,008
November 2016 29,441
October 2016 25,716
September 2016 23,399
August 2016 11,894
July 2016 9,838
June 2016 8,404
May 2016 16,410
April 2016 1,350
March 2016 16,421
February 2016 13,910
January 2016 15,311
December 2015 18,886
November 2015 16,485
October 2015 18,241
September 2015 14,274
August 2015 9,246
July 2015 10,331
June 2015 3,209
May 2015 12,640
April 2015 14,641
March 2015 17,643
February 2015 18,893
January 2015 20,161
December 2014 20,654
November 2014 22,198
October 2014 17,585
September 2014 19,845
August 2014 15,602
July 2014 9,044
June 2014 4,107
May 2014 23,504
April 2014 14,644
March 2014 20,471
February 2014 6,489
January 2014 13,523
December 2013 25,729
November 2013 24,668
October 2013 28,771
September 2013 22,530
August 2013 22,264
July 2013 21,533
June 2013 28,466
May 2013 41,348
April 2013 38,834
March 2013 29,197
February 2013 28,150
January 2013 28,326
December 2012 6,724
November 2012 2,970
October 2012 30,771
September 2012 37,389
August 2012 28,997
July 2012 21,656
June 2012 24,665
May 2012 21,518
April 2012 18,313
March 2012 21,569
February 2012 32,238
January 2012 23,475
December 2011 22,461
November 2011 20,641
October 2011 16,158
September 2011 21,283
August 2011 17,697
July 2011 18,159
June 2011 16,535
May 2011 18,569
April 2011 14,181
March 2011 9,694
February 2011 8,018
January 2011 12,812
December 2010 4,995
November 2010 3,918
October 2010 9,012
September 2010 8,008
August 2010 6,868
July 2010 14,124
June 2010 8,607
May 2010 12,044
April 2010 7,286
March 2010 10,840
February 2010 9,464
January 2010 1,119
November 2009 48
October 2009 141
August 2009 277
July 2009 859
June 2009 1,686
May 2009 6,405
April 2009 4,128

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,182
2 mickbrook 90,948
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 33,372
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
69 museumofperth 388
70 IanAHawke 346
71 onewaymule87 344
72 C.Scheikowski 339
73 ez1979 329
74 bbroom 322

339 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 78
May 2017 18
March 2017 13
February 2017 3
January 2017 210
December 2016 10
June 2016 7


Recent corrections

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Friday 21 July 1882 [Issue No.2,826] page 2 2017-07-21 23:11 load again at Ramsay and Gj.'s for the north.
,? at Rdrt^aay ami Co.'s for ihe north
Wilson, ifart and Co.'s for Maekay.
Ro^iLJDuke, Wbooner, from' Aormunton, to
load at Wilson, Hurt and Co.'s for Townsville.
Whauj), ketch, from Mackay, to load again
THeclwing, schooner, for Rockhampton, to 1
load again at Ramsay & Co.'e.
Elizabeth, barque, 203 tons, Smith, master, ,
: from Adelaide via Rockhampton.
Hercules, b., from Bundabcrg, at W. Petti
grew and Co-'e.
TESSELS IN HARBOUR.
Ellen, schooner, from Mackay. '
.?'Co., agents.
Heron, schooncr, from Townsville, bound for
_ ?^tfoonta, brjg^ntinc, 93 tons,- Ca])t4un Thurs
ton, fropi Adelaide, to load for Townsville.
Marchioness of Lome, Bcliooner, to load tim
«.l-er at Pettigrcw and Co.'s.
S.S. Ceratodus, from Frazers Island, ^\ith log
raft. ( t
load again at Ramsay and Co.'s for the north.
at Rdrt^aay ami Co.'s for ihe north
Wilson, Hart and Co.'s for Maekay.
Ro^iLJDuke, Wbooner, from Normanton, to
load at Wilson, Hart and Co.'s for Townsville.
Whaup, ketch, from Mackay, to load again
THeclwing, schooner, for Rockhampton, to
load again at Ramsay & Co.'s.
Elizabeth, barque, 203 tons, Smith, master,
from Adelaide via Rockhampton.
Hercules, s., from Bundabcrg, at W. Petti-
grew and Co.'s.
VESSELS IN HARBOUR.
Ellen, schooner, from Mackay.
Co., agents.
Heron, schooner, from Townsville, bound for
Moonta, brigantine, 93 tons, Captain Thurs-
ton, from Adelaide, to load for Townsville.
Marchioness of Lome, schooner, to load tim-
ber at Pettigrcw and Co.'s.
S.S. Ceratodus, from Frazers Island, with log
raft.
SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Friday 21 July 1882 [Issue No.2,826] page 2 2017-07-21 23:08 SHIPPING, i I
DEPARTURFS. * ' ? ' 1
July 20. — Derwent, e., Captain Bristowe, for
Sydney via Brisbane. Passengers: — Sire. TevioL- |
dale, Mrs. Bruadbunt, Mi's. Franklin, Miss :
Franklin, Miss M'Ewmi, Messrs. Toviotdalc, |
W. Hannah, J. U. Thompson, Wilkinson, W. j
Walker, Ducvot, Lackortiein, R. Cran, J. J.
Qwymjfi, J. Hockkjj Broadbent, . G-yler,.,M..,|
White, J. Ward, J. Coffer, and 20 iu the sloer- ;
age, — j. is. Bro'jrn, agent j
RTTTPPT\G 3IOTJE3XkyTS. ? ? ?
Fearless, ,schooner, 'from the south, arrived at
iMndcajion Wednesday,
oil Wednesday at-0 p.m., but put b:n*k again (
during Ihe night j the reason for this has not i
asyet transpired. .
Dorwent, steamer, loft this port for Brisbane |
and --{Sydney yesterday morning, cuid is dnc in
Sydney on Sunday. I
KeUa-vArra, ftcamcr,'.left Sydney on Tui'sday
for Britbanc, Maryborough and Rockhampton.
She is duo at the wharf here lo-morrow morn
ing in 'time to sail for Rockhampton dircri^ as
advertised. She is further advertised to be back ,
in this po¥t iigain in time to sail on Wednesday '?
LadyBowon, steamer, left Brisband yesterday
afternoon for Maryborough, Buuduberg, Glad
etbnc and Roekhanipton. She should be here j
this morning to eail_at noon for the north, as '
advertised. * , i
Zeus, barque, from Xew York, arrived in
Brisbane on Tuesday. '
Vprtigenij eteamer, left Brisbane on Wcdnes- i
day- for Hongkong via Queonsland northern j
pdtft. ?. ;
, ♦ Wild Wave, ketch, left Brisbane on Weducs
s day for Bowen.
lieicbardt, eteauier, from Maryborough, ar- |
rived at Rockhampton on Wednesday. 'She :
?will probably not call in at tliis port on her re- j
turn trip Xp. Sydney via Brisbane. _
Silver -Bsgle is etill at Dnndathu,and seems J
£ likely to remain there some time, as- she ii.&d-
HiM.S. Nelson is now at Auckland, New
Zealand, and on account of the state of afi'airs
in Egypt, Commodore Erskine thinks it un
jiiunic^tion untillaffairs assume a more .peaceful
aspect.' The other war vessels in the Southern
Seas are peacefully working on surveying opera
Whaup, ketch; is now in Mackay, from Mary
back hej via Bundabarg to-morrow morning, to
^ail/or Brisbane at 11.30 a.m. the same day, as
» advertised. 1 - f ?
^Bristidne for London with the Torres'Sfcrait's
she \rill take : on board the E&gli&h mails, in
?passage: '
Egmont, sfceatner, from Cooktown, left Bock'
\YINb AND..WEATHER REPORT.
The, following .are ;tho 'reports received at
£ a.uv yesterday :
'^ape^Mor'cton-^E. force 5, sea (1 to 2.) ;
Woody Island — \V,' moderate, cloudy.
' '? Rockhampton — Calm, fine. cold.
Xeppel li.iy — -E. snvng, cloudy,
' Taroom— Calm, overcast, 'little rain.
t 'VESSELS TO ARRIVE.
Duke cl Co/nwall. tio load at Wilson, Hart
. and Co.'s f jr'Cujktown and Mackay.
Walerwitcli, ffjni Port Douglas, to load at
.EOii, Hai't a:id C.'.'=. ;S
^ Wilkin, Hart and Co.'s for Tuwnsville. -
^ Stormbird, schooner, from South Sea Islands.
Stanley, \ schooncr, from South Sea Islands.
' ' «nd 06.', agents. x
Emma Jane, schooner, from Townsville,' to
load again at Ramsay and Gj.'s for the noTth.
Freddy, schooner, from Townsvillc, to load
,? at Rdrt^aay ami Co.'s for ihe nortlu
Currambehe, froni-Couktown, to load agaiu
at .Ramsay aud, Co.'s for the north.
Burnett, e., from-Bunrfuber^.
Crinoline, schoojicr, from Mackay, to load at
SHIPPING,
DEPARTURFS.
July 20. — Derwent, S., Captain Bristowe, for
Sydney via Brisbane. Passengers: — Sire. Teviot-
dale, Mrs. Bruadbunt, Mi's. Franklin, Miss
Franklin, Miss M'Ewmi, Messrs. Toviotdalc,
W. Hannah, J. U. Thompson, Wilkinson, W.
Walker, Ducvot, Lackerstiein, R. Cran, J. J.
Qwymjfi, J. Hockkjj Broadbent, . G-yler,.,M.
White, J. Ward, J. Coffer, and 20 iu the steer-
age, — j. is. Bro'jrn, agent.
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS
Fearless, ,schooner, from the south, arrived at
iMndcajion Wednesday.
oil Wednesday at-0 p.m., but put b:n*k again
during Ihe night j the reason for this has not
asyet transpired.
Dorwent, steamer, loft this port for Brisbane
and Sydney yesterday morning, cuid is dnc in
Sydney on Sunday.
KeUa-vArra, StEamEr,'.left Sydney on Tui'sday
for Brisbane, Maryborough and Rockhampton.
She is due at the wharf here lo-morrow morn
ing in time to sail for Rockhampton dircri^ as
advertised. She is further advertised to be back
in this port again in time to sail on Wednesday
Lady Bowen, steamer, left Brisband yesterday
afternoon for Maryborough, Buuduberg, Glad-
stone and Roekhampton. She should be here
this morning to eail_at noon for the north, as
advertised.
Zeus, barque, from New York, arrived in
Brisbane on Tuesday.
Vprtigenij eteamer, left Brisbane on Wcdnes-
day- for Hongkong via Queonsland northern
pdtft.
Wild Wave, ketch, left Brisbane on Weducs-
day for Bowen.
lieicbardt, eteauier, from Maryborough, ar-
rived at Rockhampton on Wednesday. She
?will probably not call in at tliis port on her re-
turn trip Xp. Sydney via Brisbane.
Silver -Bsgle is etill at Dnndathu,and seems
£ likely to remain there some time, as she ii.&d-
H.M.S. Nelson is now at Auckland, New
Zealand, and on account of the state of affairs
in Egypt, Commodore Erskine thinks it un-
jiiunic^tion untillaffairs assume a more peaceful
aspect. The other war vessels in the Southern
Seas are peacefully working on surveying opera-
Whaup, ketch; is now in Mackay, from Mary-
back here via Bundabarg to-morrow morning, to
sail for Brisbane at 11.30 a.m. the same day, as
advertised.
Bristidne for London with the Torres Sfcrait's
she \rill take : on board the E&glish mails, in
passage.
Egmont, sfceatner, from Cooktown, left Rock-
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT.
The, following are the reports received at
9 a.m. yesterday :—
Cape^Mor'cton-^E. force 5, sea (1 to 2.) ;
Woody Island — SSW, moderate, cloudy.
Rockhampton — Calm, fine. cold.
Keppel li.iy — -E. snvng, cloudy,
Taroom— Calm, overcast, 'little rain.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE.
Duke of Co/nwall. tio load at Wilson, Hart
and Co.'s f jr'Cujktown and Mackay.
Walerwitch, from Port Douglas, to load at
son, Hai't a:id C.'.'=. ;S
Wilkin, Hart and Co.'s for Tuwnsville. -
Stormbird, schooner, from South Sea Islands.
Stanley, schooncr, from South Sea Islands.
and 06.', agents.
Emma Jane, schooner, from Townsville, to
load again at Ramsay and Gj.'s for the north.
Freddy, schooner, from Townsville, to load
,? at Rdrt^aay ami Co.'s for ihe north
Currambehe, from-Cooktown, to load agaiu
at Ramsay aud, Co.'s for the north.
Burnett, e., from-Bundaberg.
Crinoline, schooner, from Mackay, to load at
SHIPPING. DEPARTURE. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Tuesday 11 July 1882 [Issue No.2,817] page 2 2017-07-21 23:00 ', tiij5^f,t|jpiieiiig life-boat*, JUtpgelher, the
iMon'lficiipU.jirpsc'nU a handsome appearance
fl,,,^l(jrwi!lj;,jind ^iikrnaU^-, «nd will .prove an
~ ' jlvijuiStitjn; to'.our line of stciuiiera should die
' continue in ilio' tfflflp to Sydney, whicli is ]n'o-'
bahle. .^Jic.I^eVjnj jfjplioll left Dundee on
, Sfjircb 29, , pad arriTOii . at 'Warrjjanibool on
-''BbHiraiylhtt.' '????'''??-?'i '?' ' ' -''''-? j ?'?
v JPIKD XSp WEATHKK KEl^OBT...^
,31risb;uie-W, line. i
two of them iiig life-boat*, JUtpgelher, the
Helen n'lficiipU.jirpsc'nU a handsome appearance
externally and ^iikrnaU^-, «nd will .prove an
Acquistion to'.our line of stciuiiera should die
continue in ilio' tfflflp to Sydney, whicli is ]n'o-'
bable. The Vjnj jfjplioll left Dundee on
March 29, , pad arriTOii . at 'Warrjjanibool on
WIND AND WEATHKK KEl^OBT...^
,31risb;uie-W, line.
SHIPPING. DEPARTURE. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Tuesday 11 July 1882 [Issue No.2,817] page 2 2017-07-21 22:58 not to alter the course. Sir. Ja.ues Higeen
while his serviees after the accident arc 'spoken
' book as to the vessel's position at 11 o'clock,
?without taking any steps to verify its accuracy,
The new sl«am.-]jip Helen Nicoll which
'J'ruganirii steamer, and iutended for (he
Daily Tekijmph as follows :— Tlic new tleaiu
straight stein now becoming so popular. 'J'he
, . ?Brotliers, .Dundee, side by tide io the CaEino,
? ?! superintended by Mr. G-.-VT. Tv'icoll, and was
.- iaunclicd in Jlarch last. The etcamcr was
- librailo, for which sbe should be ndmirably fitted,
a draught of not more than't) feet 0 inches— a
great desideratum in vc*sels trading to shoal
. ^rivers or bar harbours. The silicon, as is usual
.whole being forward of engines und boiler, thuj
l'1«Hid-1ribratioris. ? The ladies' cabin is situated'
. - iwusus, ix^ being aft on the ijiiartcr-deck. All
,-.v the. 'dock -fittings uro in Eolid tcuk, and nil the
?' wonas golvnuizud. The vessel liasliccu supplied
;*.'. -Anchors mid Kmcrson's patent ivindhis.-. tvilh
1 ''Supplied witli a pair of biiildcre' high and low
?''?:^)Voesnro,«urruce condensing, direct -acting cuin
? ?' pound eijgines, being nominally CS h.]i., I he lii^'h
' 'jircssiire engine being 21 inches, and the low :i(J
| -nclie8-lianietpr, ivith multitub'ular flee) boiler,
' :::im3 ''three furnaces ivhich preEs to tjOlb. per
ejuareind),' giving on the trial trip at Dundee
1:1 fi-apecd W12 knots per hour over a measured
Jii'lc. , The engines, &c., have been designed
^;JWtli:ji''«iiep!il view to economy, the cnnEuinj)
'''liibujof.coal not ijcjng more than five tons per
?^?flicnjI'.'U'ho. eaptain'i house, which is of leuk, is
' ; tcntraUyVauated oil Uio liiirricaue deck, and
, vponwiajidB a vi(!\v of tlic man ut tho wlieol and
'' jf'Ii'cjcpmnass. Sbo is provided w;ith i,}irce boats,
not to alter the course. Sir. Ja.ues Haggen
while his serviees after the accident are spoken
book as to the vessel's position at 11 o'clock,
without taking any steps to verify its accuracy,
The new steamship Helen Nicoll which
'J'ruganirii steamer, and iutended for the
Daily Tekijmph as follows :— The new tleaiu
straight stein now becoming so popular. The
Brotliers, .Dundee, side by tide io the Csino,
superintended by Mr. G. W. Nicoll, and was
launclicd in Jlarch last. The etcamcr was
librailo, for which sbe should be ndmirably fitted,
a draught of not more than't) feet 6 inches— a
great desideratum in vessels trading to shoal
rivers or bar harbours. The silicon, as is usual
whole being forward of engines und boiler, this
l'1«Hid-1ribratioris. ? The ladies' cabin is situated
houses, ix^ being aft on the ijiiartcr-deck. All
the. 'dock -fittings uro in Eolid tcuk, and nil the
iron is golvnuizud. The vessel liasliccu supplied
anchors mid Kmcrson's patent ivindhis.-. tvilh
supplied witli a pair of biiildcre' high and low
presure,«urruce condensing, direct -acting cuin
pound eijgines, being nominally CS h.]i., I he lii^'h
pressiire engine being 21 inches, and the low :i(J
inches dianietpr, ivith multitub'ular flee) boiler,
and three furnaces ivhich preEs to tjOlb. per
squareind),' giving on the trial trip at Dundee
a speed W12 knots per hour over a measured
mile. The engines, &c., have been designed
with ''«iiep!il view to economy, the cnnEuinj)
tion of coal not ijcjng more than five tons per
diem. flicnjI'.'U'ho. eaptain'i house, which is of leuk, is
centrally-situated oil Uio liiirricaue deck, and
commands a vi(!\v of tlic man ut tho wlieol and
the compass. Sbo is provided w;ith i,}irce boats,
SHIPPING. DEPARTURE. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Tuesday 11 July 1882 [Issue No.2,817] page 2 2017-07-21 22:52 DEPARTURE. ? r ^ : i ''
July 10.— Keilnwai-ra, steamer, Oapt. S.oulbV
for Rockhnmpton. Passengers— Hr. A. D.
Symonds, and 1 in the steerage. J. Ii. Brown,
shipping movements.
Kcil.imiiTa, stc.imcr, came in on Sunday
for-Eocktianipton direct.' 'She' -will rail here
on her, down, trip ou Thursday morning to
sSfivUg.Bfauc djvy fur,Sydney Wn Brisbane.
Taldorar frcanit-r, from' Keppel Bay, arrived i
?! 'lia Brisbind Kn Saturday and would therefore be j
for Mackay direct and passed Woody Island j
on Sunday and left for the South the same day. .
l'ollv, rtenmer, pa*sefl Inskip I'oiiu and j
Woody Ishmd yottfrday afternoon on her i
vovage to Brisbane from tlie Johns! one Kitcr. |
Victoria, steamer, from Sydney and Brisbane, j
arrived at Towusville on Sunday and left the .
Maryborough, passed Woody lilaud yesterday
for ('lie Xorth.
.-''Wentworth, Queensland Northern mail
?Bl«auier, from Sydney, called in at'Morcton
Uav ou Sunday and leaver to-day for the
Korfli.
Berwent, from the Xorlli, arrived io Sydney
FoUowuig vessels urrived ill Sydney on Sat
, t- Kolga, barque, from Norway ; Katooinba,
yet unknown ; Sarah, barque, from Gcelonir. ]
Following vessels left Svdney ou Saturday :— '
Hip, schooner, for Samoa ; City of Adelaide,
.Tame? Patcrson, steamer, left Sydney on
Friday for tliis port direct :ind is due here
i'o shipping news from Cooktown to hand,
Uio hue being interrupted.
La'dy Bowcn, steamer, arrived in Brisbane on
Saturday, was to have left that port yesUrd:iv
advertised to leave at noon to-day for Bunda
: ' Q,ueensland, steamer, from Eockhamptou and
Bundaberc, is due in this port tins evening and
from Adelaide to Brisbane. i
B.M.S. Roma is now at anchor in Morcion
Bay 'being lightered r.v the steamer Kalara. .She
leaves isnsDane Koacisientt on lucsiiny nexi lor .
London ria jiorts with the mails. ' j
P. and 0. Co.'s steamer llalwa, from Sydney j
' for Southampton W-7 ports., arrived at Adelaide j
on Saturday and left the same day for Mel
Marine Board 'in the cases of the rw.jnd and
third mates of the s.s. Kanchigb as issued ves
terday :— The board havinz heard the second i
former stales, in reference to the order si veil bv
little.' that i( was merely to hrinq the vessel lo]
? her proper course by the standard compass, and |
DEPARTURE.
July 10.— Keilnwarra, steamer, Oapt. S.oulbV
for Rockhampton. Passengers— Mr. A. D.
Symonds, and 1 in the steerage. J. E. Brown,
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS.
Keilawarra, stc.imcr, came in on Sunday
for Rockhampton direct.' 'She' -will rail here
on her down, trip ou Thursday morning to
sail the same day fur,Sydney Wn Brisbane.
Taldorar frcanit-r, from' Keppel Bay, arrived
?! 'lia Brisbind Kn Saturday and would therefore be
for Mackay direct and passed Woody Island
on Sunday and left for the South the same day.
l'ollv, rtenmer, pa*sefl Inskip I'oiiu and
Woody Ishmd yottfrday afternoon on her
vovage to Brisbane from tlie Johns! one Kitcr.
Victoria, steamer, from Sydney and Brisbane,
arrived at Towusville on Sunday and left the
Maryborough, passed Woody lsland yesterday
for the Xorth.
Wentworth, Queensland Northern mail
steamer, from Sydney, called in at'Morcton
Bay on Sunday and leaver to-day for the
North.
Derwent, from the Xorlli, arrived io Sydney
Followuig vessels urrived ill Sydney on Sat-
Kolga, barque, from Norway ; Katoomba,
yet unknown ; Sarah, barque, from Gcelonir.
Following vessels left Svdney ou Saturday :—
Rip, schooner, for Samoa ; City of Adelaide,
James Paterson, steamer, left Sydney on
Friday for this port direct :ind is due here
No shipping news from Cooktown to hand,
the line being interrupted.
Lady Bowen, steamer, arrived in Brisbane on
Saturday, was to have left that port yesterday
advertised to leave at noon to-day for Bunda-
Queensland, steamer, from Eockhamptou and
Bundaberg, is due in this port tins evening and
from Adelaide to Brisbane.
B.M.S. Roma is now at anchor in Morton
Bay 'being lightered r.v the steamer Kalara. She
leaves isnsDane Koacisientt on lucsiiny nexi lor
London ria jiorts with the mails.
P. and 0. Co.'s steamer llalwa, from Sydney
' for Southampton W-7 ports., arrived at Adelaide
on Saturday and left the same day for Mel-
Marine Board 'in the cases of the wind and
third mates of the s.s. Kanchigb as issued yes-
terday :— The board havinz heard the second
former stales, in reference to the order si veil by
little.' that i( was merely to hrinq the vessel to
? her proper course by the standard compass, and
SHIPPING. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Saturday 1 July 1882 [Issue No.2,809] page 2 2017-07-21 22:45 of the mail steamer lioma in Keppel Bay.
Leichhardt, etcamer, is probably on her 'way
The barques Bengal, Elizabeth and Claymore !
are detained on account of insuilicient water on
tbe flats of the Pitzroy river.
Tbe Culgoa, steamer, left Brisbane for Noosa
Gibbs, Bright, and Co. received advices by ,
London, agents for tbe B.LS.X. Company, that
Tbe new steamer Birksgate, laden with coal,
lias made the passage from Sydney to Adelaide
voyage from Sydney to Shanghai in uinetecu
Tbesieamcr Orient arrived at Suez early yes
terday morning, after a fa=t passage of tventy
three and a-qunrler days from Adelaide, ller
Hie following reports were received at 9 a.m.
Inskip Puint — S, HuliT. overcast.
Gladstone — SE, ruiniti:.' ; rainfu) 1, 0 C7.
Cairns — Calm, fine. 1
Port Douglas — Culm, cloudy. :
Coofctown — SE, eloudy. 1
Sxdney — W, light, cloudy ; sea smooth. 1
Maryborough — S. cloudy. |
Gipsy Queen, barque, *353 tons, Captain John
HerculcS, p., from Buudabcrg, at W. Pclti
Maekay.
?Silver J'-Hgle, barque, 909 Ions, Captain Bright,
from London and Plymouth. John Walker &l
Co., agent*.
Jleron, schooner, from Townsville, bound for
S. S.Jfclttude. Corser and Co., o^vners.
Whaup, keteh. loading timber for Maekay at i
Bum&a\ and Co.'s.
Boderick Dhu, briganfijj:*, to sail for the
Soutli Sea lelande about let July. J. A. Bogild,
agent-.
lloolet, ketch, loading timber at Pettigrew i
Moont-a, bri^untinc, 93 tons, Captain Thurs
Fleetwing, from Rockhampton, loading tim
ber at Ramsay &. Co.'e.
of the mail steamer Roma in Keppel Bay.
Leichhardt, etcamer, is probably on her way
The barques Bengal, Elizabeth and Claymore
are detained on account of insufficient water on
the flats of the Fitzroy river.
The Culgoa, steamer, left Brisbane for Noosa
Gibbs, Bright, and Co. received advices by
London, agents for the B.LS.X. Company, that
The new steamer Birksgate, laden with coal,
has made the passage from Sydney to Adelaide
voyage from Sydney to Shanghai in ninetten
The steamcr Orient arrived at Suez early yes-
terday morning, after a fast passage of twenty
three and a-quarter days from Adelaide, ller
The following reports were received at 9 a.m.
Inskip Point — S, HuliT. overcast.
Gladstone — SE, ruiniti:.' ; rainfall, 0.67.
Cairns — Calm, fine.
Port Douglas — Culm, cloudy.
Coofctown — SE, cloudy.
Sxdney — W, light, cloudy ; sea smooth.
Maryborough — S. cloudy.
Gipsy Queen, barque, 453 tons, Captain John
Hercules, s., from Bundaberg, at W. Peti-
Mackay.
Silver Eagle, barque, 909 Ions, Captain Bright,
from London and Plymouth. John Walker &
Co., agents.
Heron, schooner, from Townsville, bound for
S. S.Islands. Corser and Co., owners.
Whaup, keteh, loading timber for Mackay at
Ramsay and Co.'s.
Roderick Dhu, brigantine, to sail for the
South Sea lelande about 1st July. J. A. Bogild,
agent.
Hoolet, ketch, loading timber at Pettigrew
Moonta, brigantine, 93 tons, Captain Thurs
Fleetwing, from Rockhampton, loading tim-
ber at Ramsay &. Co.'s.
SHIPPING. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Saturday 1 July 1882 [Issue No.2,809] page 2 2017-07-21 22:39 Following vessels arrived in Sydney^ on
Thursday nnd yesterday : — Mauricc Virginia,
schooncr, from New Zealand ; Pacific Slope,
— Corca, steamer, for Thuivday Islam! via Nor- j
l hern pons 5 cuivia, snip, Tor onn i-nuu'isoo;
CclQetiai Empire, fiiiip, for Snn Francises.
.Teloj)boncs schooner, from Curdwell, arrived
off Tovsnsville yesterday.
,.,13.1.3.2^. S.M.S. Roma, from London,
?with English mdils and eun^ranU, arrived off
,'ifor tlie South last night.
.» Barbara and Jane, eleamer, from the Burrinn,
c;imc to Maryborough wharf yos-torday ?vrith a
csirgo of coal from ilic BcauforL mine.
Queensland, steamer, fromK«-cl«han)plon, may
be cxpoetod here to-morrow (Sunday) evening
and is uchcr( to Jeare early ou Monday
moruing for Brisbane.
'Denvonl, steamer, from Sydney for Xortbern
port-s, arrived at Brisbane on Thursday nipbt,
and loft again yesterday. She is due lien' this^
. baek again at this port and sail for Brisbane and
Elamaiig, stv-amcr, from Sydney, on l»er Xor
llicm const trip called in at Brisbane on Thurs
day, and sails- from that port for Roekhnmpton
and Cooklown rw intermediate j^vorts this
You Vange, steamer, 'which left this port- 011
Thursday morning arrived at lUvkhainpton
X^iWora, steamer, called in at Roi/khampton
yesterday from Maokny and awaits the arrival
of tlie mail steamer lioma in Keji|xd Bay.
from Cooktown, jj;vssed CajK1 Capricorn bound
May Queen, schooner, from tho South Sea
Islands, arrived off Flat Top Is-laud yesterday.
LadyBowen, steamer, was to have left Bris
bane yesterday for Maryborough. Bundaberg,
about noou to-day for the North.
Lcichhardt, etcamer, is probably on her 'way
from Sydney to Maryborough and Bockhamp
Following vessels arrived in Sydney on
Thursday and yesterday : — Maurice Virginia,
schooner, from New Zealand ; Pacific Slope,
— Corca, steamer, for Thuivday Islam! via Nor-
hern pons 5 cuivia, snip, Tor onn i-nuu'isoo;
Celcetiai Empire, fiiiip, for Snn Francises.
Telephone, schooner, from Curdwell, arrived
off Townsville yesterday.
B.I.S.N. C.o's S.M.S. Roma, from London,
with English mdils and eun^ranU, arrived off
for tlie South last night.
Barbara and Jane, eleamer, from the Burrinn,
came to Maryborough wharf yesterday ?vrith a
cargo of coal from the BeauforL mine.
Queensland, steamer, from Rockhampton, may
be expected here to-morrow (Sunday) evening
and is advertised to Jeare early ou Monday
morning for Brisbane.
'Derwent, steamer, from Sydney for Xortbern
ports, arrived at Brisbane on Thursday nipbt,
and left again yesterday. She is due lien' this^
back again at this port and sail for Brisbane and
Elamang, steamer, from Sydney, on l»er Xor
llicm const trip called in at Brisbane on Thurs-
day, and sails from that port for Rockhampton
and Cooklown via intermediate ports this
You Yange, steamer, 'which left this port- 011
Thursday morning arrived at Rockhampton
Taldera, steamer, called in at Roi/khampton
yesterday from Mackay and awaits the arrival
of the mail steamer lioma in Keppel Bay.
from Cooktown, passed Cape Capricorn bound
May Queen, schooner, from the South Sea
Islands, arrived off Flat Top Island yesterday.
Lady Bowen, steamer, was to have left Bris-
bane yesterday for Maryborough, Bundaberg,
about noon to-day for the North.
Leichhardt, etcamer, is probably on her 'way
from Sydney to Maryborough and Rockhamp-
Advertising (Advertising), Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1940 [Issue No.15,856] page 2 2017-07-21 22:31 Will Sell at Auction:-The whole
TOST Sandy Colored AUSTRALIAN
?*-' TERRIER (dog) Reward. 142
J OST, Ladies' Gold Wristlet Watch,
£K REWARD for information lead
cV*^ ing to' the Recovery of a Suit
use containing Ladies' Clothing LOST
off White Cliffs sIail Lorry on Fri-
day, June 14, bet wee.i Yanco Glen
and Gardner's Creek Tank. Apu'v
OXIDE STREET-7 a.m., Prayer. 11 a.m., Mr. L. J. Samuels. 7 p.m.,
LANE STREET.-11 a.m., Rev. J. J. Kilniartln. 7 p.m., Envoy Crocker.
MCCULLOCH STREET.-3.30 p.m.. Rev. J. J. Kllmartln. Dedication
of Communion Table In Memory of the late Mrs. E. M. Brealey.
Solo, Miss Audrey'Potter.
COUTH-WESTERN METHODIST CIRCUIT SERVICES TOMORROW
^ CENTRAL STREET: 11. Mr. H. Dyer. 7. Rev. C. Sanders.
ANTHEMS BY CHOIR. WELCOME ALL. COME t !
J^ETHODlTST
SULPHIDL BLLNDE CHURCH.
ject 'Social Chiistianity " The
7 pm Re\ J J Kilmaitin Sub
lect 'Ihe Penis of the Modem Sun-
Ye That Laboi "
MICA STREET-11 am Tableau
S Mitchell Subject ' The Good
'WHAT MUST I Bri IEVE'* Sub
" jett of nldiess YMCA Aftei
Church Tonen ovv r vening
School._
^ Chloride Street.
_. Fellowship._
ST. ANDREW'S.- 11 a.m. and 7
ST. PAUL'S.-9.45 a.m. : Rev. J. C.
Milliken._
p.m.. Youner People's Meeting: 7 p.m..
Subject. "Life end More Life."_
rjHRISTADELPHIANS, Lane St.
T UTHERÄN. - Service 7 p.m.,
()N and after this date I withdraw
YXrOULD Person who took biku from
I * Exchange Hotel Friday return
to 618 Argent Street. Iteward.
.JUMBLE SALE to be held in the
Friday, July 19th._
CILVER CITY SHOW.-Entries for
on July l8. Other entines close on
August 7.-J. W. S. COCKRUM,
-FAMOUS SPORTING GAMES at
(CHIROPODIST, Miss williamson
Peoples. Chemist) treats all Foot Ail-
and enjoy Foot Comfort ! ! ?
IMPORTANT t
'HE Newly Patented Steam Sachet
!now no hair is too difficult to per-
Comer._Phone 767._
Examination-House Drainage
JtfOTICE is hareby given that the
application, accompanied by a tee of
X1, must be lodged with the under-
12/7/40._
TN THE SUPREME COURT OF
x NEW SOUTH WALES, MATRI-
No. 1035, of 1940.-Between GRACE
of desertion for three vears anti up-
wards AND TAKE NOTICE that von
clay of August next and in the event
petition filed herein mn« be had on
of charge.-Dated this tenth dav of
July, 1940.-JOHN J. DAVOREN,
Solicitor for Petitioner, Broken Hil!.
Bv his agent. C. M. P. Horan. 88 Pitt
Street. Sydney. (Sgd.) C. K. BODY,
Will Sell at Auction:—The whole
LOST Sandy Colored AUSTRALIAN
TERRIER (dog) Reward. 142
LOST, Ladies' Gold Wristlet Watch,
£5 REWARD for information lead
ing to the Recovery of a Suit
case containing Ladies' Clothing LOST
off White Cliffs Mail Lorry on Fri-
day, June 14, between Yanco Glen
and Gardner's Creek Tank. Apply
OXIDE STREET—7 a.m., Prayer. 11 a.m., Mr. L. J. Samuels. 7 p.m.,
LANE STREET.—11 a.m., Rev. J. J. Kilniartln. 7 p.m., Envoy Crocker.
McCULLOCH STREET.—3.30 p.m.. Rev. J. J. Kllmartln. Dedication
of Communion Table in Memory of the late Mrs. E. M. Brealey.
Solo, Miss Audrey Potter.
SOUTH-WESTERN METHODIST CIRCUIT SERVICES TOMORROW
CENTRAL STREET: 11. Mr. H. Dyer. 7. Rev. C. Sanders.
ANTHEMS BY CHOIR. WELCOME ALL. COME ! !
METHODlTST
SULPHIDE-BLENDE CHURCH.
ject "Social Chiistianity " The
7 pm Rev. J J Kilmaitin Sub
lect "The Perils of the Modem Sun-
Ye That Labor "
MICA STREET.—11 am Tableau
S. Mitchell Subject ' The Good
"WHAT MUST I BELIEVE" Sub-
ject of nldiess YMCA Aftei
Church Tomorrow evening
School.
Chloride Street.
Fellowship.
ST. ANDREW'S.— 11 a.m. and 7
ST. PAUL'S.—9.45 a.m. : Rev. J. C.
Milliken.
p.m.. Young People's Meeting: 7 p.m..
Subject. "Life and More Life."
CHRISTADELPHIANS, Lane St.
LUTHERAN. — Service 7 p.m.,
ON and after this date I withdraw
WOULD Person who took biku from
Exchange Hotel Friday return
to 618 Argent Street. Reward.
JUMBLE SALE to be held in the
Friday, July 19th.
SILVER CITY SHOW.—Entries for
on July 18. Other entines close on
August 7.—J. W. S. COCKRUM,
FAMOUS SPORTING GAMES at
CHIROPODIST, Miss williamson
Peoples, Chemist) treats all Foot Ail-
and enjoy Foot Comfort ! !
IMPORTANT :
THE Newly Patented Steam Sachet
now no hair is too difficult to per-
Comer. Phone 767.
Examination—House Drainage
NOTICE is hareby given that the
application, accompanied by a fee of
£1, must be lodged with the under-
12/7/40.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
NEW SOUTH WALES, MATRI-
No. 1035, of 1940.—Between GRACE
of desertion for three vears and up-
wards AND TAKE NOTICE that you
day of August next and in the event
petition filed herein may be had on
of charge.—Dated this tenth dav of
July, 1940.—JOHN J. DAVOREN,
Solicitor for Petitioner, Broken Hill.
By his agent. C. M. P. Horan, 88 Pitt
Street, Sydney. (Sgd.) C. K. BODY,
Advertising (Advertising), Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1940 [Issue No.15,856] page 2 2017-07-21 22:21 ÏÎ.H. Cameron Pipe Band.-Grand
Frolic in Bid of South Ambulance
Institute. Good Prizes._
rr»HE 2BH Harmonic Bands will be
holdinir a Dance Social and Mad
HALL._
CRICKETERS. Footballers. Bowlers,
-FAMOUS SPORTING GAMES nt
CRICKET GROUND ROOMS. S p.m.,
NEXT MONDAY. 15th. All Welcome.
DANCE - DANCE
i n t h e
Queen of Anny (Miss Barbara
at S p.m.
or Goldsbrougb, Mort. Buses will
_TO LET_
rpO LET, New Modern Furnished
bathi'oom, laundry, all conveniences.
Apply "Railwny Town," Miner Office.
rpO LET, Large Furnished Flat, two
.*? Bedrooms. Sitting-room, Kitchen.
veniences.-Old West End. 129
Rakow Street._
rpO LET, to Approved Tenant,
x CENTRAT, BOARDING
Tooth and Co. Ltd.. at the
li\ LINDSAY MARTIN in conjunc
will sell at auction:
leums, Hallstand in Walnut. Jar
.American Leather, Lounge Chairs,
Bi ewing Co. Ltd., the same
the FREEMASONS HOTEL:
. BUILDINGS FOR REMOVAL
LOT 1.-W. and I. Building, con-,
sisting of 3 Rooms, with Gable Roof>
the rooms being 9i't. x 14it. x, 10ft.
high, rising to 14ft. at gable. ¡ '
LOT 2.-W. and I. Building, con-
sisting of 3 Rooms, 9ft. Gin. x 12ft. x
lift. high.
LOT 3.-W. and I. Washhouse,
17ft. 9in. x lift, x 10ft. high, with
LOT 4.-W. and I.-'Structure with
LOT 5.-Engine Room. 17ft. 3in. x
LOT 6.-2.9 h.p. Wagner Single
B.H. Cameron Pipe Band.—Grand
Frolic in aid of South Ambulance
Institute. Good Prizes.
THE 2BH Harmonic Bands will be
holding a Dance Social and Mad
HALL.
CRICKETERS, Footballers. Bowlers,
—FAMOUS SPORTING GAMES at
CRICKET GROUND ROOMS. 8 p.m.,
NEXT MONDAY, 15th. All Welcome.
DANCE —— DANCE
in the
Queen of Army (Miss Barbara
at 8 p.m.
or Goldsbrough, Mort. Buses will
TO LET
TO LET, New Modern Furnished
bathroom, laundry, all conveniences.
Apply "Railway Town," Miner Office.
TO LET, Large Furnished Flat, two
Bedrooms. Sitting-room, Kitchen.
veniences.—Old West End. 129
Rakow Street.
TO LET, to Approved Tenant,
CENTRAL BOARDING
Tooth and Co. Ltd., at the
E. LINDSAY MARTIN in conjunc-
will sell at auction:—
leums, Hallstand in Walnut, Jar-
American Leather, Lounge Chairs,
Brewing Co. Ltd., the same
the FREEMASONS HOTEL:—
BUILDINGS FOR REMOVAL
LOT 1.—W. and I. Building, con-
sisting of 3 Rooms, with Gable Roof
the rooms being 9ft. x 14ft. x 10ft.
high, rising to 14ft. at gable.
LOT 2.—W. and I. Building, con-
sisting of 3 Rooms, 9ft. 6in. x 12ft. x
11ft. high.
LOT 3.—W. and I. Washhouse,
17ft. 9in. x 11ft, x 10ft. high, with
LOT 4.—W. and I.-'Structure with
LOT 5.—Engine Room. 17ft. 3in. x
LOT 6.—2.9 h.p. Wagner Single
Advertising (Advertising), Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1940 [Issue No.15,856] page 2 2017-07-21 22:15 Fowls; also Turkeys, Pipeons,
etc. Paddy's Market, 3!)9 Mica Street.
TfOR SALE, Ferrets) Nets, and
?*. Muzzles. Paddy's Market, 3UÍ)
Mica Street._
(CANARIES, Goldfinches, Shell
55 Gypsum Street. Railway Town.
pOR SALE, Well Bred Trottine
Marc, untried, risincr five years.
Apply L. Arcntz. 462 Lane Lane.
Broken Hill._*_
rp ABLE, Sideboard, G Chnirs (life-out
-*- sprinir seats) to tro for £.7/18/0 !
man's Shorthand. and Text Books.
Music (3d. copv). Paintinirs. Stamps
251 Oxide Street._
'' Old Established Wholesale Con-
Van. Stand anv trial. Member of
\\7ANTED TO BUY, One Pair Fibre
* Wheel Skates, size 8. Applv
"WANTED to Buy, a Comfortable
position. Applv "House For Cash."
ADMISSION 2/-ADMISSION 2/
TT Duties. Apply 101 Thomas St.
.TyANTED, Intelligent Boy, about
1Ü years, for Temporary Clerical
*' EIGHT EXPERIENCED
between Í) and 10 o'clock MONDAY
MORNING. _
MAN WANTED, to Supply Rawleigli
Rawleigh Company, Ltd.. Dent. N.S.
10153. Brunswick N.10. Vic._
-*. APPLICATIONS are invited up
hereunder) :-BROKEN HILL TECH-
NICAL COLLEGE-TEACHER OF
MINING AND SURVEYING. Pav
must be qualified bv training and
attend for certain- evenings at the
Technical College with a view _ to
assessing their aptitude for tenchinir
pnd to gain the necessary experience
will he appointed as vacancies occur.
Applications should he nade on a
Public Service Board. 21-23 Elizabeth
forwnvded to Hie Principal, Broken
this column at a later date.-H. E.
Fowls; also Turkeys, Pigeons,
etc. Paddy's Market, 399 Mica Street.
FOR SALE, Ferrets) Nets, and
Muzzles. Paddy's Market, 399
Mica Street.
CANARIES, Goldfinches, Shell
55 Gypsum Street, Railway Town.
FOR SALE, Well Bred Trottine
Mare, untried, rising five years.
Apply L. Arentz. 462 Lane Lane.
TABLE, Sideboard, G Chnirs (life-out
spring seats) to tro for £.7/18/6 !
man's Shorthand and Text Books.
Music (3d. copy). Paintinirs. Stamps
251 Oxide Street.
Old Established Wholesale Con-
Van, Stand any trial. Member of
WANTED TO BUY, One Pair Fibre
Wheel Skates, size 8. Applv
WANTED to Buy, a Comfortable
position. Apply "House For Cash."
ADMISSION 2/- —ADMISSION 2/-
Duties. Apply 101 Thomas St.
WANTED, Intelligent Boy, about
16 years, for Temporary Clerical
EIGHT EXPERIENCED
between 9 and 10 o'clock MONDAY
MORNING.
MAN WANTED, to Supply Rawleigh
Rawleigh Company, Ltd., Dent. N.S.
10153. Brunswick N.10. Vic.
APPLICATIONS are invited up
hereunder) :—BROKEN HILL TECH-
NICAL COLLEGE—TEACHER OF
MINING AND SURVEYING. Pay
must be qualified by training and
attend for certain evenings at the
Technical College with a view to
assessing their aptitude for tenching
and to gain the necessary experience
will be appointed as vacancies occur.
Applications should be made on a
Public Service Board, 21-23 Elizabeth
forwarded to the Principal, Broken
this column at a later date.—H. E.

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