Information about Trove user: Mark.Hughes

View user profile in the Trove forum

Tags

Display options

top tags

Recent comments

Display options

Text corrections

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,031
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,397
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,074
...
91 Robin.Vowels 390,346
92 vjkingsr 388,678
93 croquet-bob 386,024
94 Mark.Hughes 382,564
95 graham.pearce 372,744
96 Kiefer 353,708

382,564 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 1,101
April 2017 2,819
March 2017 10,612
February 2017 854
January 2017 3,985
December 2016 729
June 2016 6,560
May 2016 2,213
April 2016 4,460
March 2016 4,605
February 2016 7,136
January 2016 20,488
December 2015 7,592
November 2015 11,528
October 2015 19,464
September 2015 25,417
August 2015 19,034
July 2015 1,489
June 2015 16,551
May 2015 9,079
March 2015 12,860
February 2015 1,127
December 2014 2,237
November 2014 14,801
October 2014 19,447
September 2014 23,087
August 2014 9,050
May 2014 10,814
April 2014 2,938
February 2014 524
September 2013 2,196
August 2013 8,494
July 2013 17,530
June 2013 18,289
May 2013 13,884
April 2013 23,109
March 2013 17,201
December 2012 6
November 2010 705
October 2010 6,386
September 2010 2,163

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,000
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,327
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,069
...
91 Robin.Vowels 390,346
92 vjkingsr 388,678
93 croquet-bob 386,024
94 Mark.Hughes 382,400
95 graham.pearce 372,744
96 Kiefer 353,708

382,400 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 1,101
April 2017 2,726
March 2017 10,541
February 2017 854
January 2017 3,985
December 2016 729
June 2016 6,560
May 2016 2,213
April 2016 4,460
March 2016 4,605
February 2016 7,136
January 2016 20,488
December 2015 7,592
November 2015 11,528
October 2015 19,464
September 2015 25,417
August 2015 19,034
July 2015 1,489
June 2015 16,551
May 2015 9,079
March 2015 12,860
February 2015 1,127
December 2014 2,237
November 2014 14,801
October 2014 19,447
September 2014 23,087
August 2014 9,050
May 2014 10,814
April 2014 2,938
February 2014 524
September 2013 2,196
August 2013 8,494
July 2013 17,530
June 2013 18,289
May 2013 13,884
April 2013 23,109
March 2013 17,201
December 2012 6
November 2010 705
October 2010 6,386
September 2010 2,163

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 97,289
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 27,587
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
115 thankyou 173
116 mcdonaldj 172
117 wirralar 165
118 Mark.Hughes 164
119 lja60 160
120 siggyg 160

164 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 93
March 2017 71


Recent corrections

Article Changed Old lines New lines
RESULTS IN DETAIL (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 17 February 1954 [Issue No.25,944] page 31 2017-06-24 22:35 Ward) 5.52.14 4,41-2 1
GRAYLING (H. ^ -
(/.iphant) .. 4.53.11 4.41.24 2
bean) .. .. 4.31.12 4>. 44.43 3
OTHERS fin order of finish with
Norske, 4.46.25; Sandra,- 4.49.54:
Weene, 4.49.27. Elapsed, lh. 57m
MONSOON (B.
TULA II. Doo-
Gourlay) . 5. 3.43 4.51.5 2 :
M. Hunt) .. 5.21.3 4.5'2.11) 3 ;
OTHERS: Ariel, 5.2.32; Lesley
Ann, - 5.54.49; Kathleen, 4.57.31;:
Kintail, 5.2.17; Valiant, 4.53.46; ?
Maori Lass, 4.52.34; Cygnet, 4.52:15;
Colleen III, 5.4.45; Sarina, 5.7.22; ?
Pelorus, 5.17.17.' Retired Bikini.'
THIRD DIVISION i
Muni) .. .. 5i. 8.20 4..37.49 1
MELODY iii. G.
Darcey) . .. 5.12.22 4.43.5? 2
Goyeni .. .. 5.18.29 4.45.51 3
OTHERS: Nyora, 5.0.30; Kon :
Tiki. 4.50.19; Sea Fever, 4.47.15; ,
Jamima, 4.48.512; Fay, 5.6.38;
Saf«ltai 5£M- BZ1** D««. 5.5.33.
Retired, Ben-My-Chree, Voyager.
line buoy. Elapsed. "3.30.30.
NS*0 ¿i 5-m-54 5-'8-21 1
OÄ\B:W- 5-10'4 '5-10-4 2
«tt). 5.10.-3* 5.10.3S 3
e H'î?ERS: Goblin, 5.16.50; Genir
H« ?i G"?111«. 5-20.37; Sabrina,
^y?n^y' -5.ia.32r Undine.
H2'2i XitanIa' 5.15.34; Merlin,
5-19-58; Blue Bird, 5.28.40. Elapsed.
^Newman) 4.24.36 4.24.36 1
SKIMMER (iB.
Balfe) . . , 4.23.03 4.24.44 2
4.27.36; Jacana, 4.29.11; puffin,
4.28.13; Kittiwake n, 4.30.15; Jae-
ger, _4.-28.30; Ibis, 4.30.9 r Swan n,
4.33.55; Prion, 4.34.19; Petrel.
_ CADET DINGHIES
(O. Hedberg) . 4.23.43 4.15.44 1 '
<B. Wilson) . 4.21.02 4.17.02 2
Connor) .. .. 4.22.49 4.17.10 3
4.1'8.24; Sirocco, 4.20.46; Apex,
Susan, 3.50.18;' Spook, 3.58.57;
Lynette, 4.9.35. Retired, Ain't Mis
Stephens) . .? 3.49.28 3.16.42 1
JOLLY .ROGER ' . .
(<B. Nichols) ".' ' 3.34.09 3.22.05 3
Too, 3.26.30; Mary Lou, 3.38.1; La
Premier, 3.26.52; Gazelle, 3.24.5'.
Ela-psed, 2.52.30.
SND?E CLASS
RaceV .... 3.23.27 3.18.24 1
23TG ZAG (F.
?Swift. 3;30.41; Tahiti. Too, 3.32.53;
Maule) : . ?. . 3.43.34, 3.37.31 3
Others:- Flying Saucer, 3.41.11;
Flamingo, 3.37.46; Flioa, . 4.13.47;
Falcon finished on th« wrong side
COMET (S. '
NOORALD3 CP. J.
CHUMMY '.(L. E.
ALPHA (R. '
LYNLAA m.
Leitch) ... . 3.51.26 3.46.15 .3
Others: Crusader,' 3.51.20; Hercogs
SCAMP (K. .
Levis) . 4.09.35 4.00.03 2
McKenzie) . . 4.00.45 -4.00.45 3
Saga, 4.5.41; Cupid, . 4.31.44; Fire
LENNA (BL
Langford) . 3 5.01.44 4.47.44 2
Ward) 5.52.14 4,41.2 1
GRAYLING (H.
Oliphant) .. 4.53.11 4.41.24 2
kean) .. .. 4.31.12 4.44.43 3
OTHERS in order of finish with
Norske, 4.46.25; Sandra, 4.49.54:
Weene, 4.49.27. Elapsed, 1h. 57m
MONSOON (R.
TULA (I. Doo-
Gourlay) . 5. 3.43 4.51.5 2
M. Hunt) .. 5.21.3 4.52.10 3
OTHERS: Ariel, 5.2.32; Lesley-
Ann, 5.54.49; Kathleen, 4.57.31;
Kintail, 5.2.17; Valiant, 4.53.46;
Maori Lass, 4.52.34; Cygnet, 4.52.15;
Colleen III, 5.4.45; Sarina, 5.7.22;
Pelorus, 5.17.17. Retired Bikini.
THIRD DIVISION
Hunt) .. .. 5. 8.20 4..37.49 1
MELODY (L. G.
Darcey) . .. 5.12.22 4.43.57 2
Goyen) .. .. 5.18.29 4.45.51 3
OTHERS: Nyora, 5.0.30; Kon
Tiki. 4.50.19; Sea Fever, 4.47.15;
Tamima, 4.48.52; Fay, 5.6.38;
Carita, 5.9.34; Sgian Dhu, 5.5.33.
Retired, Ben-My-Chree, Voyager,
line buoy. Elapsed. 3.30.30.
Reynolds) 5.11.54 5. 9.21 1
NYMPH (A.
Smith) .. . 5.10.4 5.10.4 2
GNOME (B. Bar-
rett) .. .. .. 5.10.39 5.10.38 3
OTHERS: Goblin, 5.16.50; Geni,
5.17.6; Gremlin, 5.20.37; Sabrina,
5.19.11; Wendy, 5.12.32; Undine.
5.16.2; Titania, 5.15.34; Merlin,
5.19.58; Blue Bird, 5.28.40. Elapsed,
Newman) 4.24.36 4.24.36 1
SKIMMER (B.
Balfe) . . . 4.23.03 4.24.44 2
4.27.36; Jacana, 4.29.11; Puffin,
4.28.13; Kittiwake II, 4.30.15; Jae-
ger, 4.28.30; Ibis, 4.30.9 Swan II,
4.33.55; Prion, 4.34.19; Petrel,
CADET DINGHIES
(O. Hedberg) . 4.23.43 4.15.44 1
(B. Wilson) . 4.21.02 4.17.02 2
Connor) .. .. 4.22.45 4.17.10 3
4.18.24; Sirocco, 4.20.46; Apex,
Susan, 3.50.18; Spook, 3.58.57;
Lynette, 4.9.35. Retired, Ain't Mis-
Stephens) . . 3.49.28 3.16.42 1
JOLLY .ROGER
(B. Nichols) . 3.34.09 3.22.05 3
Too, 3.28.30; Mary Lou, 3.38.1; La
Premier, 3.26.52; Gazelle, 3.24.5.
Elapsed, 2.52.30.
SNIPE CLASS
Race) . . . . 3.23.27 3.18.24 1
ZIG ZAG (F.
Swift. 3;30.41; Tahiti. Too, 3.32.53;
Maule) . . . 3.43.34, 3.37.31 3
Others: Flying Saucer, 3.41.11;
Flamingo, 3.37.46; Flica, . 4.13.47;
Falcon finished on the wrong side
COMET (S.
NOORALIE (P. J.
CHUMMY (L. E.
ALPHA (R.
LYNLAA (R..
Leitch) ... . 3.51.26 3.46.15 3
Others: Crusader, 3.51.20; Hercogs
SCAMP (K.
Levis) . 4.09.36 4.00.03 2
McKenzie) . . 4.00.45 4.00.45 3
Saga, 4.5.41; Cupid, . 4.31.44; Fire-
LENNA (H.
Langford) . 5.01.44 4.47.44 2
YACHTS WIN OUTRIGHT IN FIVE EVENTS (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 22 March 1954 [Issue No.25,973] page 16 2017-06-24 22:10 PIVE yachts scored outright wins in the Royal Yacht Club of
They are: First division, Terrai
sion, Ariel (D. BL Peacock);!
Nova. .
Although she was. only third
- eight minutes ahead of Sabre
However, when she had'"cross-
!"B" class.
in a length of Erica J. /
The yachts were almost level:
working further out in , the!
river. |
and, off 3¿ p.c., was always
«'R" CLASS
. Batt) . . . 4.43.33 4.43.37 1
BANORA (M.
Creese) 4.43.2« 4.43.26 2
OTHERS (in order bf finish with
Laing) ., .. 5.14.54 5.12.32 2
ARTEL (ID. H.
Escott) . . .. 5f.2-l.14 5.4.5 3
ZEPHYRUS (iR.'
Hunt) .. , -. 4.18.54 4.2.51 2
Darcey) . .. 4.17.32 4.5.48 3
4.15.35; Sea Fever, 4.12.34; Tam
ima, 4.6.44; Fay. 4.1.1.26. Elapsed.
son) .. "?. 5.3.32 .4.59.44 3
9.2.30; Janus, 5.1.20; Elfin, 5.1.1;
SABRE (D. J. . ,
DARTER (N. C. 1
OTHERS: Swan II, 4.37.3B; Skim-
mer, 4.42.51; -Pipit, 4.43.59; Puffin,
GUMNUT CP.
OTHERS: Viking. 3.33.42; Con
FIVE yachts scored outright wins in the Royal Yacht Club of
They are: First division, Terra
sion, Ariel (D. H. Peacock);
Nova.
Although she was only third
eight minutes ahead of Sabre
However, when she had cross-
"R" class.
in a length of Erica J.
The yachts were almost level
working further out in the
river.
and, off 3½ p.c., was always
"R" CLASS
Batt) . . . 4.43.33 4.42.57 1
SANDRA (M.
Creese) 4.43.26 4.43.26 2
OTHERS (in order of finish with
Laing) .. .. 5.14.54 5.12.32 2
ARIEL (D. H.
Escott) .. .. 5.21.14 5.4.5 3
ZEPHYRUS (R.
Hunt) .. .. 4.18.54 4.2.51 2
Darcey) .. 4.17.32 4.5.48 3
4.15.35; Sea Fever, 4.12.34; Tam-
ima, 4.6.44; Fay. 4.11.26. Elapsed,
son) .. .. 5.3.32 .4.59.44 3
5.2.30; Janus, 5.1.20; Elfin, 5.1.1;
SABRE (D. J.
DARTER (N. C.
OTHERS: Swan II, 4.37.38; Skim-
mer, 4.42.51; Pipit, 4.43.59; Puffin,
GUMNUT (P.
OTHERS: Viking. 3.33.42; Con-
MERMAID TAILS IN STOCK (Article), The Biz (Fairfield, NSW : 1928 - 1972), Wednesday 3 December 1958 page 18 2017-06-23 18:15 VI ou wanf .1 stuffed black
cat, an ostrich eg?, and a Ro
man helmet? Rivht. we'll
send them r- Jo nz tomorrow."
Orders like that ore constantly
received by telephone in a lone
room on the third floor . ci a
Leicester Squaie. -aid Gordon
Woolford, btoadcasting 111 the
BBC Genera! Overseas Service
.-ft "'all - began ten years ago
when a staafe manager and., a
stave designer, both ' women,
dealing "in stage properties —
or "props" — for liiie or sale.
Today strange orders flow in.
from overseas aid despite the
slocked, scarcely a day goes
acquire or mnnufacluic some
tails for Africa," said Woolford.
"and rubber iiosog for Australia
and New Zealand. Last Christ
mas an order came from Bah
that was came' from u circus.
until someone, asked what siz«
the cake must be; and it turn
ed out tlial. it had to lie large
enough 10 horse an elephant."
A - tricky problem arose when
the script- of a play required
peas to be : helled on stage
when peas wise out. of season.
"The difficulty was linallv
solved by maiine pods front
canvas, tilled will) dried neas
a rubber solution. After eacll
perfoiiiiance. one ol the cast
had the l.irecoine chore of put
ting the shelled |K-as ba.ck into
them lovelier again for tlv>
next, day."
It is awkward, too, when (.he
same props are- ordered simul
taneously by theatrical com
panies .scarified all oVcr the
country, "Bui the woman as
sistant wh'd Lis been with the
any chihieiigc," said Woodford
that wins nee led at once, she
hurried to Regent's Park, work-'
c-.d her feminine sorcery on the
was tenipoiarily listed as miss
"You want a stuffed black
cat, an ostrich egg, and a Ro-
man helmet? Right, we'll
send them along tomorrow."
Orders like that are constantly
received by telephone in a long
room on the third floor of a
Leicester Square, said Gordon
Woolford, broadcasting in the
BBC General Overseas Service
It all began ten years ago
when a stage manager and a
stage designer, both women,
or "props" — for hire or sale.
Today strange orders flow in
from overseas and despite the
stocked, scarcely a day goes
acquire or manufacture some-
tails for Africa," said Woolford,
"and rubber noses for Australia
and New Zealand. Last Christ-
mas an order came from Bah-
that was came from a circus.
until someone asked what size
the cake must be; and it turn-
ed out that it had to be large
enough to house an elephant."
A tricky problem arose when
the script of a play required
peas to be shelled on stage
when peas were out of season.
"The difficulty was finally
solved by making pods from
canvas, filled with dried peas
a rubber solution. After each
performance, one of the cast
had the tiresome chore of put-
ting the shelled peas back into
them together again for the
next day."
It is awkward, too, when the
same props are ordered simul-
taneously by theatrical com-
panies scattered all over the
country, "But the woman as-
sistant who has been with the
any challenge," said Woodford
that was needed at once, she
ed her feminine sorcery on the
was temporarily listed as miss-
Advertising (Advertising), Maryborough Chronicle (Qld. : 1947 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1954 [Issue No.25,713] page 8 2017-06-23 18:08 R MERMAID' (G)
Advertising (Advertising), Maryborough Chronicle (Qld. : 1947 - 1954), Friday 30 July 1954 [Issue No.25,713] page 8 2017-06-23 18:08 Apply 31 Elizabcth-st.. Uran
t NEXT WEDNESDAY ONLY : 'MILLION DOLLA
R MERMAID' (G) I
Apply 31 Elizabcth-st.. Uran-
NEXT WEDNESDAY ONLY : "MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID" (G)
R MERMAID' (G)
Advertising (Advertising), Maryborough Chronicle (Qld. : 1947 - 1954), Saturday 31 July 1954 [Issue No.25,714] page 8 2017-06-23 18:05 NEXT WEDNESDAY FOR ONE BIG NIGHT ONLY! }
rf
ESTHER WILLIAMS III M.G.M.'s Glor:ous Technicolor J
VlriOR MATURE Motion Picture Treat J
'MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID' (G) j
YOUR TAILOR t
NEXT WEDNESDAY FOR ONE BIG NIGHT ONLY!
ESTHER WILLIAMS In M.G.M.'s Glor:ous Technicolor
VlCTOR MATURE Motion Picture Treat
"MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID" (G)
YOUR TAILOR
Advertising (Advertising), Maryborough Chronicle (Qld. : 1947 - 1954), Saturday 31 July 1954 [Issue No.25,714] page 8 2017-06-23 18:03 Jersey bull, 18 months. 1*10.
W. Duggan, jnr„ Burmm.
large ice box, .sleeping gear,
dinghy, anchors, ropes, en
gine good running order, hull i
Apply 31 Ellzabeth-st., Uran
Jersey bull, 18 months. 10£.
W. Duggan, jnr., Burrum.
large ice box, sleeping gear,
dinghy, anchors, ropes, en-
gine good running order, hull
Apply 31 Elizabeth-st., Uran-
Advertising (Advertising), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Tuesday 10 August 1954 page 38 2017-06-23 18:02 4IDNIGHT TO DAWN
mbs ZIMMIE ;
Million Dollar Mermaid f
Thousands have |
' ' iSS already seen her and |
Txj iSli been thrilled. Now I
f1 YOU SEE HER j
Eatiftg, DPlstMttg, |
and Smoking |
wafer In 1
f|p the huge glass. I
ipg aquarium. 1
£-1 She's at the Show — She's. |
llgSijaS beautiful — She's genuine and |
Hggglil' ®i||| she invites you to examine the
yPHH water and offers £25 if her |
IBbBB performance is not in genuine |
MIDNIGHT TO DAWN
MISS ZIMMIE
Million Dollar Mermaid
Thousands have
already seen her and
been thrilled. Now
YOU SEE HER
Eating, Drinking,
under wafer In
the huge glass
aquarium.
She's at the Show — She's
beautiful — She's genuine and
she invites you to examine the
water and offers £25 if her
water.
Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 21 August 1954 [Issue No.29,907] page 9 2017-06-23 17:58 'MOTOR BOATING'S
IDEAL SERIES, GIVING
INSTRUCTIONS:
46/6 each, pontage 1/3.
Boats. ? Motor Cruisers,
Boats ? Small Boats for
Outboard Engines. ?
40/9 each, postage J/S.
»nd Designs ? Thirty Sail I
Boats with Auxiliary |
Power* The Runabout
Book* How to build 35 1
Modern Motor Boats* '
Building Plans for 43 Small I
B-«ats.
CO. 1/iti
17-M PULTENEY 8TKEET
vn48B. I
"MOTOR BOATING'S
IDEAL SERIES, GIVING
INSTRUCTIONS.
46/6 each, postage 1/3.
Boats. ⬤ Motor Cruisers,
Boats ⬤ Small Boats for
Outboard Engines. ⬤
40/9 each, postage 1/3.
and Designs ⬤ Thirty Sail
Boats with Auxiliary
Power ⬤ The Runabout
Book ⬤ How to build 35
Modern Motor Boats ⬤
Building Plans for 43 Small
Boats.
CO. LTD
17-19 PULTENEY STREET
W2458.
It's cork in a brand new guise Scandinavian holiday (Article), Truth (Sydney, NSW : 1894 - 1954), Sunday 22 August 1954 [Issue No.3369] page 17 2017-06-23 17:26 the meat, fish and vege- ?
table markets are a pic- -
ture and look as if they \
were on show all the *
time. c
Copenhagen is a heav- j
porcelain, silverware, dairy I
for Is, one may hear a first t
class symphony concert or t
see an excellent ballet, 'J
dance, go boating or just t
mooch about. i
on its natural rock founda
the meat, fish and vege-
table markets are a pic-
ture and look as if they
were on show all the
time.
Copenhagen is a heav-
porcelain, silverware, dairy
for 1s, one may hear a first
class symphony concert or
see an excellent ballet,
dance, go boating or just
mooch about.
on its natural rock founda-

Recent merge/splits

WhenSummaryCommentDetails

Read the merging and splitting guidelines.

Your lists

No lists created yet

Information on Trove's new list feature can be found here.