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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,737,947
2 NeilHamilton 3,212,375
3 noelwoodhouse 3,196,431
4 John.F.Hall 2,459,175
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
107 Stanj 342,956
108 nbay 342,115
109 Ronda.SHambrook 341,895
110 birdwing 339,860
111 elvie 338,158
112 H.Boutell 333,556

339,860 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 2,500
October 2017 4,657
September 2017 3,770
August 2017 5,593
July 2017 7,313
June 2017 5,850
May 2017 4,855
April 2017 6,402
March 2017 5,172
February 2017 6,218
January 2017 6,102
December 2016 6,332
November 2016 6,847
October 2016 6,790
September 2016 5,193
August 2016 5,149
July 2016 9,327
June 2016 10,159
May 2016 7,583
April 2016 8,228
March 2016 11,038
February 2016 8,350
January 2016 9,285
December 2015 10,617
November 2015 5,546
October 2015 4,890
September 2015 5,057
August 2015 3,677
July 2015 5,811
June 2015 2,974
May 2015 2,332
April 2015 3,319
March 2015 5,557
February 2015 5,816
January 2015 4,119
December 2014 3,629
November 2014 4,788
October 2014 3,374
September 2014 3,425
August 2014 1,565
July 2014 2,552
June 2014 4,452
May 2014 2,071
April 2014 3,775
March 2014 3,703
February 2014 969
January 2014 4,129
December 2013 5,550
November 2013 3,416
October 2013 2,528
September 2013 2,457
August 2013 3,381
July 2013 2,010
June 2013 1,230
May 2013 3,133
April 2013 2,151
March 2013 3,482
February 2013 2,738
January 2013 1,475
December 2012 990
November 2012 1,130
October 2012 1,111
September 2012 2,292
August 2012 2,945
July 2012 2,288
June 2012 3,426
May 2012 3,350
April 2012 1,761
March 2012 3,454
February 2012 3,349
January 2012 3,776
December 2011 3,233
November 2011 1,905
October 2011 1,294
September 2011 3,575
August 2011 4,836
July 2011 3,488
June 2011 2,046
May 2011 679
April 2011 216
March 2011 384
February 2011 515
January 2011 1,320
December 2010 222
November 2010 1,222
October 2010 186
September 2010 456

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,737,894
2 NeilHamilton 3,212,375
3 noelwoodhouse 3,196,431
4 John.F.Hall 2,459,169
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
107 Stanj 342,956
108 Ronda.SHambrook 341,895
109 nbay 340,857
110 birdwing 339,805
111 elvie 338,154
112 H.Boutell 333,556

339,805 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 2,500
October 2017 4,657
September 2017 3,770
August 2017 5,593
July 2017 7,313
June 2017 5,850
May 2017 4,826
April 2017 6,400
March 2017 5,172
February 2017 6,204
January 2017 6,102
December 2016 6,332
November 2016 6,847
October 2016 6,790
September 2016 5,193
August 2016 5,149
July 2016 9,327
June 2016 10,159
May 2016 7,583
April 2016 8,224
March 2016 11,032
February 2016 8,350
January 2016 9,285
December 2015 10,617
November 2015 5,546
October 2015 4,890
September 2015 5,057
August 2015 3,677
July 2015 5,811
June 2015 2,974
May 2015 2,332
April 2015 3,319
March 2015 5,557
February 2015 5,816
January 2015 4,119
December 2014 3,629
November 2014 4,788
October 2014 3,374
September 2014 3,425
August 2014 1,565
July 2014 2,552
June 2014 4,452
May 2014 2,071
April 2014 3,775
March 2014 3,703
February 2014 969
January 2014 4,129
December 2013 5,550
November 2013 3,416
October 2013 2,528
September 2013 2,457
August 2013 3,381
July 2013 2,010
June 2013 1,230
May 2013 3,133
April 2013 2,151
March 2013 3,482
February 2013 2,738
January 2013 1,475
December 2012 990
November 2012 1,130
October 2012 1,111
September 2012 2,292
August 2012 2,945
July 2012 2,288
June 2012 3,426
May 2012 3,350
April 2012 1,761
March 2012 3,454
February 2012 3,349
January 2012 3,776
December 2011 3,233
November 2011 1,905
October 2011 1,294
September 2011 3,575
August 2011 4,836
July 2011 3,488
June 2011 2,046
May 2011 679
April 2011 216
March 2011 384
February 2011 515
January 2011 1,320
December 2010 222
November 2010 1,222
October 2010 186
September 2010 456

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,705
2 mickbrook 99,971
3 murds5 61,555
4 PhilThomas 46,347
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
311 boblarkin 56
312 darney16 56
313 olympiaboo 56
314 birdwing 55
315 bremich6 55
316 esheerin 55

55 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 29
April 2017 2
February 2017 14
April 2016 4
March 2016 6


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EN NOUVELLE-CALEDONIE L'ASSEMBLEE TERRITORIALE EST ÉLUE (Article), Le Courrier Australien (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 2011), Friday 18 October 1957 [Issue No.42] page 5 2017-11-24 15:38 /^TCST dans la Première circonscrip-
^ tion, dite du Sud et comprenant
Armand OHLKN (sénateur), Roch
PiDJOT (ancien conseiller général),
CEST dans la Première circonscrip-
tion, dite du Sud et comprenant
Armand OHLEN (sénateur), Roch
PIDJOT (ancien conseiller général),
La disparition de "La Monique" (Article), Le Courrier Australien (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 2011), Friday 21 August 1953 [Issue No.34] page 3 2017-11-24 15:33 Il faut s'attendre maintenant &
l'ouverture d'une procédure compli
qfuée qui, hélas, ne fera pas revenir
leB disparus. En Nouvelle-Calédonie et
dans les îles avolsinanteB l'émotion
des passagers et membres de l'é
PéliBsou, maréchal des logis chef de
lloche, infirmière de la Mission Pro
commerçant à Lifou; M. Robert Para
sols, géomètre en mission dans les
et membre du personnel de Radio-'
du gendarme de Maré; Mme et M.l
Henri de Greslan et leurs quatre en-j
fants de Maré; Capitaine Charles j
Ohlen et Mme Ohlen; Georges]
Bri&ult, second; Jean Koki, commis-1
salre; Gabriel Minel, chef mécanicien;
Raymond Barbançon, second méca
thilde Joseph et Isidore, Walmo j
Il faut s'attendre maintenant à
l'ouverture d'une procédure compli-
quée qui, hélas, ne fera pas revenir
les disparus. En Nouvelle-Calédonie et
dans les îles avoisinantes l'émotion
des passagers et membres de l'é-
Pélissou, maréchal des logis chef de
Roche, infirmière de la Mission Pro-
commerçant à Lifou; M. Robert Para-
zols, géomètre en mission dans les
et membre du personnel de Radio--
du gendarme de Maré; Mme et M.
Henri de Greslan et leurs quatre en-
fants de Maré; Capitaine Charles
Ohlen et Mme Ohlen; Georges
Briault, second; Jean Koki, commis-
saire; Gabriel Minel, chef mécanicien;
Raymond Barbançon, second méca-
thilde Joseph et Isidore, Waimo
LATEST FROM MAURITIUS. (Article), Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), Saturday 9 February 1850 [Issue No.346] page 3 2017-11-24 15:24 Mftt. Barbaroux and de Greslan were chosen
appear that the Government intends to re
there. The Artemhe, Reine Blanche, and
of steam communication. Mauritius is pre
uoped the British Government may be induced
a J vised a* to commence an action for damages
founded upon articles which have recently ap
peared in our columns, denouncing the gross im.
foul interpolation# which have been introduced by
by a jury of Light-square laHies, it is possible the
verdict might be against us; but that twelve citi
put upau the record is out of the (juestion.
MM. Barbaroux and de Greslan were chosen
appear that the Government intends to re-
there. The Artemise, Reine Blanche, and
of steam communication. Mauritius is pre-
hoped the British Government may be induced
advised as to commence an action for damages
founded upon articles which have recently ap-
peared in our columns, denouncing the gross im-
foul interpolations which have been introduced by
by a jury of Light-square ladies, it is possible the
verdict might be against us; but that twelve citi-
put upon the record is out of the question.
LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—December 20. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Tuesday 20 December 1904 [Issue No.11,709] page 5 2017-11-24 15:20 PACiFipuE, for nohmea:
passengers 'rboqked axe as foUow: — Mrs. Thevenet, '. Mr.
'A. Hagen, Mr. -Jt Thevenet, .Miss Thevenet,: Miss
Picot;' Mr: and Mrs. fle Greslan . and 2 children, and
The Pacrflque will take away a large cargo, including
wheat, flour, and general merchandise
PACIFIQUE, FOR NOUMEA.
passengers booked are as follow: — Mrs. Thevenet, Mr.
A. Hagen, Mr. R. Thevenet, Miss Thevenet, Miss
Picot, Mr. and Mrs. de Greslan and 2 children, and
The Pacrfique will take away a large cargo, including
wheat, flour, and general merchandise.
STEAM COMMUNICATION (VIA MAURITIUS.) (Article), Port Phillip Gazette and Settler's Journal (Vic. : 1845 - 1850), Thursday 10 January 1850 [Issue No.1955] page 4 2017-11-24 15:18 It is Also known that on the propositidn of
Messrs. Faint George t de Greslan, but
with very cquWooal support trom tho local
administration who wero kept In the rear
by the antHsgiuaed lU.wti! of the Minister of
tlie Marine, the Colonial Council of Uonrbon
dollars, which wos stho ultaoit our finance
allowed as to offer, and was an jvtuliohU
rcQjnnoratlon for tho share of the ad van.
taees' ire wore to receive from this assocU-
tioa.
; attempt at accomplishment for these last
two years,' at Mauritius as well as at
Hourboa.
Hut It fa well known the fMlUh Govern
loo? dormant. \
Cabinet, the Legislative Council has jukt
Thlscione, Mr. Gower a merchant well
tacqaainted >bh all -that oopcerns steam
Mauritius and Adm a line of stram
packets .' for a regular communication,
monthly at first, and afterwards bi
Mr. Gower hu lately arrived in this
Colony wUH-tpUrrsof introduction, for the
chief of Oh Government as well as for
the principal fnerobant and inhabitants
and some <f the orgaps of the Trpssi
proposes to put this great aud indis
pensable measure In execution If the
Colony, wbi<£ will ffojoy Unfa benefit/
yrifl consent to sdd to the vote oflfatiritltts
the sum the council roto4 before unani
Tt Is useless to describe the Immense ad
chsntre in our connection with Europe both
epistolary and Tocomotiro.
our wishes can be realised) that the slalo
of our finances— whiohTs far from flourish
ing, but which is not so despnrale a some
would beliero — might permit us to realise
this project Immediately.
We have eepc Mr. Gower, and he tibs
to ersry demand we thought fit to rnske to
him by a clear and succinct import and
completely justif! tlie mean of aticy.
The colony wilhiu 35 days or Paris 1 Is
not this a neceeshy <if our assimilation, if tiot
complete, at least far advanced w-ith the
metropolis?- Is it not tbe consequence of
the lsw which allows us to contribute to the
nuiona1 representation, and which glvr-g as
our share m the poptdar sovereignty, inde
pendent of the commercial advantages wldrh
reattached, independent of tiro mimcle of
the diminution of distance, of Intervals
abolished nnd dangers ihuJ avoided ?
It is really an indispensablo progress
It is also known that on the proposition of
Messrs. Saint George et de Greslan, but
with very equivocal support from the local
administration who were kept in the rear
by the undisguised ill-will of the Minister of
the Marine, the Colonial Council of Bourbon
dollars, which was the utmost our finance
allowed as to offer, and was an equitable
remuneration for the share of the advan-
tages we were to receive from this associa-
tion.
attempt at accomplishment for these last
two years, at Mauritius as well as at
Bourbon.
But it is well known the British Govern-
long dormant.
Cabinet, the Legislative Council has just
This done, Mr. Gower a merchant well
acquainted with all that concerns team
Mauritius and Aden a line of steam
packets for a regular communication,
monthly at first, and afterwards bi-
Mr. Gower has lately arrived in this
Colony with letters of introduction, for the
chief of the Government as well as for
the principal merchants and inhabitants
and some of the organs of the Press ;
proposes to put this great and indis-
pensable measure in execution if the
Colony, which will enjoy a large benefit,
will consent to add to the vote of Mauritius
the sum the council voted before unani-
It is useless to describe the immense ad-
change in our connection with Europe both
epistolary and locomotive.
our wishes can be realised) that the state
of our finances— which is far from flourish-
ing, but which is not so desperate as some
would believe — might permit us to realise
this project immediately.
We have seen Mr. Gower, and he has
to every demand we thought fit to make to
him by a clear and succinct exposé and
completely justifies the means of success.
The colony within 35 days of Paris ! Is
not this a necessity if our assimilation, if not
complete, at least far advanced with the
metropolis? Is it not the consequence of
the law which allows us to contribute to the
national representation, and which gives as
our share in the popular sovereignty, inde-
pendent of the commercial advantages which
reattached, independent of the miracle of
the diminution of distance, of intervals
abolished and dangers thus avoided ?
It is really an indispensable progress.
PERSONAL (Article), Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Wednesday 26 June 1935 page 2 2017-11-24 14:56 It is reVeaied that MO-dame : Marion
de Greslan, aged 6'8, whose body was
found in the water at the Gap, Wat
son's Bay, ' on Monday, was formerly
a resident " of Lithgow ' about io or 12
years, ago. An accomplished piahiste,
She earned her' living locally for some
left for Sydney. , Madame de Greslan
was the aiigher. ' of a well-known
pastoralist In "N.S.W., and, riiarrying
a 'Frenchman, 'went with !fiim to
' '# ';
It is revealed that Madame Marion
de Greslan, aged 68, whose body was
found in the water at the Gap, Wat-
son's Bay, on Monday, was formerly
a resident of Lithgow about 10 or 12
years, ago. An accomplished pianiste,
She earned her living locally for some
left for Sydney. Madame de Greslan
was the daughter of a well-known
pastoralist in N.S.W., and, marrying
a Frenchman, went with him to
* * *
NEW CALEDONIA. (Article), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Monday 13 February 1871 [Issue No.5984] page 3 2017-11-24 14:44 held, in Sydpeyiin September last, is published in sue
..cessive numbers of the Moniteur. Ho mentions several
¡artiolca from Now Cdedonjp,- whioli arrived too dato
for admission into tho Exhibition, such os ucollcctlon
' 'of Lwóbds; from South Boy ; two bag? of sugar, prepared
"at Koo,;;, three hags ,of coffee,'frouiJ Koutio. Kouota ;
'.tw^ samples^,6f sugar, from St. Louis; ö samples of
¡- cotton,1 'from, different localities ;'twelve boxes of pro
î'sfcvçd.frùitl' iioi,' ;M.'Douo was associated in the com
îimissiçn'.with^ M., Senti».'"the" Freniih .Consul' in this
j .city, and Mr.'O. ' Montefiore.'^ "Having, mentibnod tho
I products of Now Caledonia, , as' his own particular
i,oba.rKÓ,''hé.désóiibeB] tbe'gcñeraVicffcot of the Exhibi-
tion.;'and spçajf s 'inj, glowing ternis pf tho spirit und
' success',whioli marked.'^hp Undertaking. The Kxhlbi
I tien, building', which ho ' designates, as ," Lo Palais db
jPIExp'oaitipn,",' is "dcsoribërV ns, a .true, monument bf
! Bçhitcctu^è.'. 1 The, agn^últurál .'machinery 'seems . to
-havb'arrested his special attention.. ' -, ?,''."'-'
?' Í BotítíET.'-By ' 'deoreo' of ' 4th', January,, J871, the
Governor sanctions the tables of receipts nnd expen-
diture published in tho Moniteur of,the lStli, by which'
.it appears that the' estimated revenue of'1871 is 663 680
francs (about L28 00Ôj.:,!Thè sources of rovenuo ate
pretty numerous, ' including patents, '.timber licenses,
rent of l*rids, lAnd sales, postage rates on letters, fcc'
' The^lárgest'/iténi1 is ; " subvention'1 mbtrñpolitainé"
subsidy- from' the- mother country-300,000, francs.
'Thé «ales and,lea«es of land yield 154,840 francs.' Tho
'estimated 'expenditure is just equal to' the reveniie,
.663,680 franc»,'of, which '250,000 francs is under the
'head'of salaries in various1 departments, nnd 189,000
fmnos for public works. Among the smaller itoms of
'special interest aro' 6377-'francs for-¡tho support of
aboriginal children'.receiving instruotion at tho Govern-
ment schools, 0C00 francs for tho hospitals, 2000 for tho
-support of Catholic'worship at Noumea, 3000 for tho
musoutn and publié library, and 80,000 francs subsidy
to a steam postal line diotween Noumea and Sydney.
' VISU . OF . T1!K ; G'OVERNÖB i TO /MONT: '»'OB (THB
MOUNTAIN OE. GOLD) ANU ST.Loùia-On the 11th'
January Govarnor de. la Bicliorie, accompanied. by his
aide-de-camp ? and other offioers, embarked1 on tho
Ti terna, and, visited tho mission and plantation at St.
Louis. :HHO. was -received by! tho iroverend fathers,
attended by tho colonists and kanakas of ' tho mission ;
and on his entering tho new church was wolcómodt by
tho ancient anthem, adapted to tho present position nf
Franco, "Domino salvam fae Bempublicam." His
Excolleuoy also visited tho sugar-works and tho cas-
carle, which it is thought may be mado uso of to supply
water. ': 1 , : ' v ..
'MONTULY: COMMUNICATION BETWEEN NOUMEA ANH
STDNET.-According to the official Moniteur, a oon
trnot for: the monthly oonveyAnco of passengers and
public despatches -has been entered into, for eighteen
voyages (going' and . returning), to commence on tho
arrival of the mail in Sydnoy on tho 22nd : January,
j,187Li' ,1'h'e first departure for Noumea tiVoj placo this
month... The vessel is in every instanco .to loavo
Sjrdney for Noumea the day af ter tho arrival ef the
j English mail from Europe. .'.
held, in Sydney in September last, is published in suc-
cessive numbers of the Moniteur. He mentions several
articles fro mNew Caledonia, which arrived too late
for admission into the Exhibition, such as a collection
of woods from South Bay ; two bags of sugar, prepared
at Koé ; three bags of coffee, from Koutio Koueta ;
two samples of sugar, from St. Louis ; 5 samples of
cotton, from different localities ; twelve boxes of pre-
served fruit, &c. M. Doué was associated in the com-
mission with M. Sentis, the French Counsul in this
city, and Mr. O. Monteflore. Having mentioned the
products of New Caledonia, as his own particular
charge, he describes the general effect of the Exhibit-
tion ; and speaks in glowing terms of the spirit and
success which marked the undertaking. The Exhibi-
tion building, which he designates as "Le Palais de
l' Exposition," is described as a true monument of
achitecture. The agricultural machinery seems to
have arrested his special attention.
BUDGET.—By decree of 4th January, 1871, the
Governor sanctions the tables of receipts and expen-
diture published in thoe Moniteur of the 15th, by which
it appears that the estimated revenue of1871 is 663 680
francs (about L28 000). The sources of revenue are
pretty numerous, including patents, timber licenses,
rent of lands, land sales, postage rates on letters, &c.
The largest item is "subvention metropolitane"—
subsidy from the mother country—300,000, francs.
The sales and leases of land yield 154, 840 francs. The
estimated expenditure is just equal to the revenue,
663,680 francs, of which 259,000 francs is under the
head of salaries in various departments, and 189,000
francs for public works. Among the smaller items of
special interest are 6377 francs for the support of
aboriginal children receiving instruction at the Govern-
ment schools, 9600 francs for the hospitals, 2000 for the
support of Catholic worship at Noumea, 3000 for the
museum and public library, and 80,000 francs subsidy
to a steam postal line between Noumea and Sydney.
VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR TO MONT D'OR (THE
MOUNTAIN OF GOLD) AND ST. LOUIS.—On the 11th
January Govarnor de la Richerie, accompanied by his
aide-de-camp and other officers, embarked on the
Titerna, and visited the mission and plantation at St.
Louis. He was received by the reverend fathers,
attended by the colonists and kanakas of the mission ;
and on his entering the new church was welcomed by
the ancient anthem, adapted to the present position of
France, "Domine salvam fac Rempublicam." His
Excellency also visited the sugar-works and the cas-
cade, which it is thought may be made use of to supply
water.
MONTHLY COMMUNICATION BETWEEN NOUMEA ANH
SYDNEY.—According to the official Moniteur, a con-
tract for the monthly conveyance of passengers and
public despatches has been entered into for eighteen
voyages (going and returning), to commence on the
arrival of the mail in Sydney on the 22nd January,
1871. The first departure for Noumea takes place this
month. The vessel is in every instance to leave
Sydney for Noumea the day after the arrival of the
English mail from Europe.
NEW CALEDONIA. (Article), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Monday 13 February 1871 [Issue No.5984] page 3 2017-11-24 14:05 year.id b::¡l ¡.UKI i.» r!Ji&lt;r.v &gt;.!.".. f»\. . &gt;
h t Baroni'.ii op -.TUB. .MEIBOPOLTTAN ; INTERCOLONIAL
jlExiuaraoNOr 1870.-Xbe-report of MÍDOUÓ, ono of tin
ithrer commissioners appointed by tho Governor of Nevi
j Caledonia to :ropre«ent (hat colony at tho, Exhibition
,held, in Sydpeyiin September last, is published in sue
year.
REPORT OF THE METROPOLITAN INTERCOLONIAL
EXHIBITION OF 1870.—The report of M. Deué, one of the
threr commissioners appointed by the Governor of New
Caledonia to represent that colony at the Exhibition
held, in Sydpeyiin September last, is published in sue
Escaped Anamites. Another Danger Threatening. (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 5 February 1892 [Issue No.6,022] page 5 2017-11-24 13:50 Tho Hon. E. B. Forrest, M.L.G.,, Frenoli
consul, is in receipt of a lottcr from tho
. Govornor of Now Caledonia intimating that
about a yenr ago M. Grdslau was authorised by
' the Department of tho Colonies to introduco
into Now Caledonia 800 Anamitos from tlio
Frenoh colony of Annm to tho south of China,
who havo boon engaged at work, some in
Noumea and others in tho interior. On January
16, Bix of tho men managed to oscnpo in u
whaling boat, and a request is mado that should
the osoapocs land in Queensland thoy should,
if possible, he returned to Now Caledonia. Mr.
Forrest has oommunicatod with tlio polico, and
a oloso watch will ho kept in order that tho mon
. may ho scoured, should thoy land, and sent hack
to Now Caledonia.
The Hon. E. B. Forrest, M.L.C., French
consul, is in receipt of a letter from the
Govornor of New Caledonia intimating that
about a year ago M. Greslau was authorised by
the Department of the Colonies to introduce
into New Caledonia 800 Anamites from the
French colony of Anam to the south of China,
who have been engaged at work, some in
Noumea and others in the interior. On January
16, six of the men managed to escape in a
whaling boat, and a request is made that should
the escapees land in Queensland they should,
if possible, be returned to New Caledonia. Mr.
Forrest has communicated with the police, and
a close watch will be kept in order that the men
may be secured, should they land, and sent back
to New Caledonia.
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS--MARCH 7. (Article), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923), Wednesday 8 March 1916 [Issue No.11490] page 11 2017-11-24 13:33 PacWque, F.M.S., 1038 tons, Charvln, from Noumea. , j
7 a.m. 1'astWJgers: Mmc. Tvc. Evenor do Crcslau.-Mme. I
Dubet, Mma. JCuyatt -aod baby, M. Dubot, M. Patoue,
Jllle. nubottli if. Porehcron. if. do Baillnn, agont, I
Pacifique, F.M.S., 1938 tons, Charvin, from Noumea,
7 a.m. Passengers: Mme. Vve. Evenor de Greslau, Mme.
Dubet, Mme. Kuyatt and baby, M. Dubet, M. Patoue,
Mlle. Dubord, M. Porcheron. H. de Baillon, agent,

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    Bill Bowyang and his readers, verse and articles from Queenslanders.....

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