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1 JohnWarren 4,354,797
2 NeilHamilton 3,035,237
3 noelwoodhouse 2,835,202
4 annmanley 2,227,679
5 John.F.Hall 2,094,713
...
3451 Saulih 4,829
3452 keneckersall 4,828
3453 eladnara78 4,826
3454 Peter33 4,825
3455 cac51 4,824
3456 wobblywombat 4,823

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March 2017 668
February 2017 388
January 2017 271
December 2016 332
October 2016 163
September 2016 48
January 2016 8
September 2015 82
August 2015 105
July 2015 83
February 2015 1,431
January 2015 186
December 2014 30
November 2014 168
October 2014 588
September 2014 26
August 2014 82
June 2014 26
March 2014 82
February 2014 28
January 2014 30

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,354,794
2 NeilHamilton 3,035,237
3 noelwoodhouse 2,835,202
4 annmanley 2,227,609
5 John.F.Hall 2,094,708
...
3449 eladnara78 4,826
3450 cac51 4,824
3451 wobblywombat 4,823
3452 Peter33 4,822
3453 Parkervillian 4,815
3454 crens 4,812

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March 2017 668
February 2017 388
January 2017 271
December 2016 332
October 2016 163
September 2016 45
January 2016 8
September 2015 82
August 2015 105
July 2015 83
February 2015 1,431
January 2015 186
December 2014 30
November 2014 168
October 2014 588
September 2014 26
August 2014 82
June 2014 26
March 2014 82
February 2014 28
January 2014 30

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1 mickbrook 71,812
2 murds5 53,639
3 jaybee67 49,877
4 EricTheRed 20,242
5 Stephans 19,868
...
1217 Narellemarie 3
1218 nettiep 3
1219 paul.stott 3
1220 Peter33 3
1221 rawlingsdc110 3
1222 raybrownii 3

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Saturday, 22nd August. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Monday 24 August 1896 [Issue No.10,056] page 5 2017-03-22 14:07 IIOCKHAMPTON POUCH ¡bVUJlT.
iSalurday, 22nd ÂitguM,
lleforc the Police Magistrate.
ness iu East-street. As lhere ivas nothing
special in the case he WOB discharged.
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT.
Saturday, 22nd August.
Before the Police Magistrate.
ness in East-street. As there was nothing
special in the case he was discharged.
MINING NOTES. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 15 March 1887 [Issue No.6849] page 5 2017-03-22 12:46 the claim continuously for eleven months j
without. payable results ; Messrs. Alfred
Willings and Harry Phillips, applying for a
residence area each at Mount Morgan :
Clair Delaudelles, and Thomas Silver, apply-
There ia nothing that ia new to report in
connection with toe share market. Messrs. '
?ale of a large number of Mount Morgan
abates lately, state the price at which trans- ,
remain at 7s. 6d. j
Jost when we were begining ta look for
ward to a visit from Mr. |W. H. Bands, j
Assistant Geologist, we learn that he has gone j
.nanine and report on the newly-discovered
???linn . rT I mir Wirm'rlr Fn
the claim continuously for eleven months
without payable results ; Messrs. Alfred
Wilkings and Harry Phillips, applying for a
residence area each at Mount Morgan;
Clair Delandelles, and Thomas Silver, apply-
There is nothing that is new to report in
connection with the share market. Messrs.
sale of a large number of Mount Morgan
shares lately, state the price at which trans- ,
remain at 7s. 6d.
Just when we were begining to look for-
ward to a visit from Mr. W. H. Rands,
Assistant Geologist, we learn that he has gone
exmine and report on the newly-discovered
???linn . rT near Warwick. Be
The Morning Bulletin ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, NOVERMBER 29, 1884. NOTES OF THE WEEK. (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Saturday 29 November 1884 [Issue No.5317] page 4 2017-03-22 12:31 ühc^Hovuiut]|'uUftiu,
The Morning Bulletin
THE PORT ALMA RAILWAY. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 22 January 1910 [Issue No.4] page 25 2017-03-22 09:50 THE POST ALUA BAILWAY.
THE PORT ALMA RAILWAY.
Late Mr. T. Smith. FITZROY SHIRE COUNCIL'S SYMPATHY. (Article), The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941), Thursday 14 January 1932 [Issue No.3227] page 4 2017-03-22 09:37 HTZROY SHIRE COUNCIL'S «
SYMPATHY. "
%p»niDZ the meeting of the
Rtzroy Shlro Council yesterday
the .chairman (Cr. E. W. Archer) re-
Srnm! 1th® death of Mr- Thomas'
ston,«h,iatL.b6r of the Living- ,
.i .yuuuu, » »
> had known Mr. Smith for the
Past 20 years,' said Cr. Archer, "and
I. venture to say that there" waB no
cuntpr man in the district. I ,al-
wayB fond him a most honourable
hi® death will be a great
loss to the district and country. - . ,
He moved that a vote of condolence \
be sent to Mrs. . Smith and family. '
Crs. O Shanesy, McLaughlin. Hen. :
aerson, and- McLean supported Cr. -
FITZROY SHIRE COUNCIL'S
Before opening the meeting of the
Fitzroy Shire Council yesterday
the chairman (Cr. E. W. Archer) re-
ferred to the death of Mr. Thomas
Smith, a late member of the Living-
stone Shire Council.
"I had known Mr. Smith for the
past 20 years," said Cr. Archer, "and
I venture to say that there was no
finer man in the district. I al-
ways found him a most honourable
man, and his death will be a great
loss to the district and country.
He moved that a vote of condolence
be sent to Mrs. Smith and family.
Crs. O'Shanesy, McLaughlin. Hen-
derson, and McLean supported Cr.
MR. BURNS WELCOMED. (Article), The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941), Friday 26 February 1932 [Issue No.3263] page 12 2017-03-22 09:10 ' MR. BURNS WELCOMED: '
At the meeting of the Chambei' of
Commerce ' yesterday, the; chairman
(Mr. J. J. Verney)" welcomed Mr. AV.
Burns on kls. attendance after a- long
Illness. ,.He also congratulated Mr
The. chairman also referred to the
passing of. the relict of the late
Thomas Smith, "who was a valued -
death of Mr. Donald Fraser's wife;
A motion was carried extending -: the
sympathies of the 'chamber to. the.
relatives of -Mrs'. ;Smith'and Mrs,
MR. BURNS WELCOMED.
At the meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday, the chairman
(Mr. J. J. Verney) welcomed Mr. W.
Burns on his attendance after a long
Illness. He also congratulated Mr
The chairman also referred to the
passing of the relict of the late
Thomas Smith, who was a valued
death of Mr. Donald Fraser's wife.
A motion was carried extending the
sympathies of the chamber to the
relatives of Mrs.Smith and Mrs.
LATE CR. T. SMITH (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Wednesday 3 February 1932 [Issue No.20,452] page 5 2017-03-22 08:54 day's meeting of the Lfvlngstono Shire
Council by the ehsirmsn (Cr. W. Clay-
ence waa carried. ' ?* "
day's meeting of the Livingstone Shire
Council by the chairman (Cr. W. Clay-
ence was carried.
HUSBAND AND WIFE AGREE TO SETTLEMENT. FAMILY SQUABBLE TAKEN TO COURT. HEARING ADJOURNED. (Article), The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941), Wednesday 16 October 1929 [Issue No.2529] page 1 2017-03-21 12:03 TO CQURT.
v HEARING_ADJ0URNED,
,, -v" , /-"iV/:. - :'.'v
. Elizabeth Mary .May /Richards-,/:
. proceeded /against ' her husband' "
.Frederick Norman Richards In tha
' Summons Court, before Mr. O. E. /
, Power, > P.M., this ;mornlng;.for, de/t
, sertlon of herself and Iter two chl->
dron; / /After evidence , by .Mrs./ .
. Richards , It was Intimated, that a
settlement might be arranged, and :
the case was adjourned Dntll: .
...October 30. -.-ft; : / . -/
Tyrit. B. It. LARCOMBE, luslructed
!by Mr! D. P. Caroy, appeared for - /
Mrs. Richards, and Mr. D. J. U.1 Wat-,
son; instructed by Messrs. Lilley and 1
Lllley, for Richards. '
' Mrs. RlohaivJs gave evidence. - .that
she married Richards on. February . 23;
1926.. I-Ior husband;, was: then a rail-
way employee. . : Since they were anar-
rled they had lived with her- hus
A girl two and a halt years, knd a
boy, three -months old, were, the issue
of the. marriage. , / ,
In August- this your the children be. :
came llli The boy, was, sent to the
hospital, aud> it was arranged /that, the
gtrl- and Udrself - should -live with 'her
mother, while tho boy was in the hoa- 1
pltol, -/ 'Both cblldrou had pnoumonik.
r r "CAN'T COME BACK."
On Sotombor ll, when tho children,
were bolter, she i-nug her husband -
and told: him that slio was coming
home next day. On September- 11. Ahe '
went to got scmn clothes for tha baby/
and hor husband told her she wouk)
I hot be permitted to eome back, as she r
had - not obtained his . brother's - per
mission. .'V :
- 8he told him later that she was./
/ going to the council picnic,, and ,
he told her to etay there' and net -
come, near him. -v . -, < i.,
She asked him to go to the -C.PiS.
office to make arrangements' for -the
asked her to go to Messrs. Grant and, 1
Stumm's office. She agreod, ..but
when they got there ho would not go
in;
without: support. .;
The last money she had received ,
Nolther she nor her children bnd any
means of support. She waB.at pre
sent -being kept at her mother's place.
She stated that her husband was /
well and able-badled enough to work,-
She bad made representations to nlem-
but. he told her that we did sot want
four months, ago he rofused work,
which would have meant, at loast lO/
working- now. She asked, thrt her
husband be ordered to pay 10/. a week
each for her children -and herself. -
Mr. Watson: How Is ho. going to get
Rockhampton. — There are a. lot .who ,
, shoemaklng? — Yea, but he bought
cigarettes and went to play/: >
After further Interrogation by; Mr.
Watson regarding Richards trying, to
prepared to agree. to an adjournment
to see If a settlement could be . ar
Mr. Watson: I think the parties-
might go on together. To- avoid ex
pense be took half of his mother's
bouse. When tho youngsters took
house so as to be hear the. hospital. ,
I dare say there Is antagonism < be .
tween .the two families. My client.
Is prepared to take his wife to an
Qn Mrs, Richards agreeing to
- quarters Mr. Power adjourned the
c?eo for. a fortnight.
TO COURT.
HEARING ADJ0URNED,
Elizabeth Mary May Richards
proceeded against her husband
Frederick Norman Richards in the
Summons Court, before Mr. O. E.
Power, P.M., this morning for de-
sertlon of herself and her two chli-
dren. After evidence by Mrs.
Richards It was Intimated, that a
settlement might be arranged, and
the case was adjourned untll
Mr. E. R. LARCOMBE, instructed
by Mr. D. P. Carey, appeared for
Mrs. Richards, and Mr. D. J. R. Wat-,
son, instructed by Messrs. Lilley and
Lilley, for Richards.
Mrs. Richards gave evidence that
she married Richards on February 23
1926. Her husband was then a rail-
way employee. Since they were mar-
rled they had lived with her hus-
A girl two and a half years, and a
boy, three months old, were the issue
of the. marriage.
In August this year the children be-
came ill. The boy was sent to the
hospital, and it was arranged that, the
girl and herself should live with her
mother while the boy was in the hos-
pltal. Both children had pneumonia.
"CAN'T COME BACK."
On September 11, when the children,
were better, she rang her husband
and told him that she was coming
home next day. On September 11 she
went to get some clothes for the baby
and her husband told her she would
not be permitted to come back, as she
had not obtained his brother's per-
She told him later that she was
going to the council picnic, and
he told her to stay there and not
come, near him.
She asked him to go to the C.P.S.
office to make arrangements for the
asked her to go to Messrs. Grant and
Stumm's office. She agreed, but
when they got there he would not go
in.
WITHOUT SUPPORT
The last money she had received
Nelther she nor her children had any
means of support. She was at pre-
sent being kept at her mother's place.
She stated that her husband was
well and able-bodied enough to work,
She had made representations to mem-
but. he told her that he did not want
four months, ago he refused work,
which would have meant, at least 10/
working now. She asked that her
husband be ordered to pay 10/ a week
each for her children and herself.
Mr. Watson: How Is he going to get
shoemaklng? — Yes, but he bought
cigarettes and went to play
After further Interrogation by Mr.
Watson regarding Richards trying to
prepared to agree to an adjournment
to see If a settlement could be ar-
Mr. Watson: I think the parties
might go on together. To avoid ex-
pense he took half of his mother's
house. When the youngsters took
house so as to be hear the hospital.
I dare say there Is antagonism be-
is prepared to take his wife to an
On Mrs, Richards agreeing to
quarters Mr. Power adjourned the
case for a fortnight.
PRESENTATIONS (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Wednesday 15 September 1915 [Issue No.1628] page 6 2017-03-21 09:58 Messrs, M. Uelandelles, F. T. Hsirrison, R.
B. Plekorlnff, L. W. G Wynne, F. It. Scales, D.
\V. High, nnd N, ,C. Scott (members oC the
staff. oC the Railway and Tramway Stores
Deimrtment) were last week presented with
Wristlet watches on the occasion of their
Dnlnndelles (whose wedding is to tnke place
prior, to his departure for 'the front) was
also the recipient of a. .handsome wedding
Messrs, M. Delandelles, F. T. Harrison, R.
B. Plckerlng, L. W. Gwynne, F. H. Scales, D.
W. High, and N. C. Scott (members of the
staff of the Railway and Tramway Stores
Department were last week presented with
wristlet watches on the occasion of their
Delandelles (whose wedding is to take place
prior, to his departure for the front) was
also the recipient of a handsome wedding
Family Notices (Family Notices), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Wednesday 10 June 1942 [Issue No.23,562] page 3 2017-03-20 10:50 Park Avenue, ara respectfully Invited
to attend Bis Funeral, to more from
our Funeral Chapel, william Street,
THIS (WEdnesday) FORENOON, at 10
o"clock (Service at 1.45 o'clock), for
FTNLAT80N A McKENZTB,
Funeral Directora,
Tatephone Ho. 338».
Park Avenue, are respectfully Invited
to attend His Funeral, to move from
our Funeral Chapel, William Street,
THIS (Wednesday) FORENOON, at 10
o'clock (Service at 9.45 o'clock), for
FINLAYS0N & McKENZIE,
Funeral Directors,
Telephone No. 2269.

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