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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,649,952
2 noelwoodhouse 3,157,992
3 NeilHamilton 3,137,092
4 John.F.Hall 2,376,320
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
1144 Jill 26,092
1145 pattaylor 26,079
1146 mnxmoosi 26,047
1147 GhumBy 26,010
1148 jocelyn 26,000
1149 Armadale20 25,987

26,010 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2017 958
August 2017 96
July 2017 395
June 2017 20
May 2017 406
April 2017 350
March 2017 390
February 2017 1,429
January 2017 821
October 2016 1,550
September 2016 2,430
August 2016 476
June 2016 726
May 2016 311
March 2016 174
September 2015 117
March 2015 96
January 2015 205
December 2014 2,026
November 2014 1,128
September 2014 10
April 2014 20
March 2014 134
September 2013 344
June 2013 95
January 2013 2
December 2012 235
November 2012 1
September 2012 268
August 2012 1,809
June 2012 197
May 2012 265
April 2012 466
March 2012 176
February 2012 240
January 2012 4,055
December 2011 1,739
November 2011 32
September 2011 157
April 2011 1
March 2011 109
January 2011 203
November 2010 6
May 2010 63
April 2010 71
February 2010 15
January 2010 38
November 2009 4
September 2009 252
August 2009 319
July 2009 113
January 2009 99
December 2008 291
November 2008 44
October 2008 33

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,649,899
2 noelwoodhouse 3,157,992
3 NeilHamilton 3,137,092
4 John.F.Hall 2,376,315
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
1147 Atwork14 25,960
1148 Bluepetal 25,915
1149 PipB 25,912
1150 GhumBy 25,902
1151 Nerolie.Granet 25,886
1152 P.R.L. 25,842

25,902 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2017 958
August 2017 96
July 2017 395
June 2017 20
May 2017 406
April 2017 350
March 2017 390
February 2017 1,429
January 2017 726
October 2016 1,550
September 2016 2,430
August 2016 476
June 2016 713
May 2016 311
March 2016 174
September 2015 117
March 2015 96
January 2015 205
December 2014 2,026
November 2014 1,128
September 2014 10
April 2014 20
March 2014 134
September 2013 344
June 2013 95
January 2013 2
December 2012 235
November 2012 1
September 2012 268
August 2012 1,809
June 2012 197
May 2012 265
April 2012 466
March 2012 176
February 2012 240
January 2012 4,055
December 2011 1,739
November 2011 32
September 2011 157
April 2011 1
March 2011 109
January 2011 203
November 2010 6
May 2010 63
April 2010 71
February 2010 15
January 2010 38
November 2009 4
September 2009 252
August 2009 319
July 2009 113
January 2009 99
December 2008 291
November 2008 44
October 2008 33

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,182
2 mickbrook 98,215
3 murds5 54,225
4 PhilThomas 39,298
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
176 Chris.Morrow 111
177 nicholson-Lummis 110
178 F.N.Dennis 109
179 ghumby 108
180 dwcassidy 107
181 Kerry-C 107

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January 2017 95
June 2016 13


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CIRCUIT COURT. (Before His Honour, Mr. Justice Lukin.) (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Friday 28 October 1910 [Issue No.1581] page 6 2017-09-24 13:22 CIRCUIT COUliT^ '
'Ihe Circuit Cojrt sittiiys were
continued yesterday i/jfore His Hon
our Mr. Justice LuKia. Mr. B. A.
Burnett, appeared on behalf of The4
Crown. ,
CIRCUIT COURT.
The Circuit Court sittings were
continued yesterday before His Hon-
our Mr. Justice Lukin. Mr. B. A.
Barnett, appeared on behalf of the
Crown.
CIRCUIT COURT. (Before His Honour, Mr. Justice Lukin.) (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Friday 28 October 1910 [Issue No.1581] page 6 2017-09-24 13:17 dict/' ' ' ?;. '-;??;; ?:.-;,::;'.'-.::'^-:-. ,:?'?.-
The jury retired, and -after an ab
sence of twenty-five minutes return
ed with a : verdict of guilty.- . ;;-.
v Mr... Wright asked that accused_ be
K-mandpd until .tliis morning, to enr
character;. ^'?^ '?;.:' ?'.':
In answer to His 'Honour. ac
cused's' &z.g was g.iven as 28. -''?,-'
? Accused was thereupon; remanded
for. sentence until this morning. ;
.'...'alleged', stealing. ; ?'.
The Crown .Prosecutor iiresLntad; an
indictii.ent v ai^inst . John Kllkftt,
charging .him . with, on May ' 23rd
last^:sttal;nj;' a teapoti ...the;.; proper cy -
of one James H.. Manuel. '?: :
. A.ccud 6d pleaded not 'guilty i' ' -f. ; ?-.:.- -
- The, following, jury was impannell
ed-:— W-illi'aih' Pascoe, -Alick Hamjl
ton. Hugh Cavin, John - Hebbert
Griffiths, Alfred Birse, Ernest Joy
ner. John Blake, WilKarh Kenzie Dav
id Reetharit, Alexander Henry Wat
ers, /Frank Sleep, and' William Henry
Landells. ?' .
en, by Cbnstablle Dempsey, Lily
Pomerpy, and James H. Manuel ? as
to the. loss, b\.the^ latter pf tbe tea
pot and |tfte subsequent selHrig of it
by the^ accused to Lily'-Pomeroj,.
AccuseiUx^filred no evidence, ' but
addressed tne jury; declaring that he
had:'been pi ven the article fa gOOj
faith! fca get ' a loan on;' He also
stajiea tii'at ;he was iinJe'r thi.' in
fluence oL-Uiiuor.. .He- declared that
he had £.l'l or :^15, on him at the
time, and that it was not likely un
der , such circumstances' he would
go and commit , the theft. He re
gretted that 1 hi's , only witness was
not bbtainaWuV';, ;' '. ' 'y
|Mr.; Itbss did not address the jury.
? His Hpnotir briefly summed up and
the. jury.' re-tired; returning ;n about
five ' miinutes , with: a';, verdict of
S»llty.':;: .1 ;' /?:*::v '?' ' '
/i'he Growii Prosecutor said prison
jr had- a; very very, bad record, which
lie tendered.; ^'his,shi-\vca, -4 'career i
it. crune ' opnimchchig^in :Tpwh.^villo ?
In-; 188(5 with-,3 years'- penal ''servitude
or, assault; wifch; intend to ' roiv,. ?
In sentencing prisoner to. two '
gear's hard. labour. in 'Stewarts Croe^f
iraql, less three months already ser
'efl,. His Honour vemorVMl that
--^i his record ?riijson^r appeared
0 h-n;Cl be?n. in -aol in :n°arly'nH »f
be ?sta|.os, andUwas evidently .«? dan-'
^prvavi^s ;ini*n;/tp;l)o!t)S3.. \--^,.^: ??;^-,:.i:.-' '
dict.
The jury retired, and after an ab-
sence of twenty-five minutes return-
ed with a : verdict of guilty.
Mr. Wright asked that accused be
remanded until .tliis morning, to enr
character.
In answer to His Honour, ac
cused's age was given as 28.
Accused was thereupon remanded
ALLEGED STEALING.
The Crown Prosecutor presented an
indictment against John Elliott,
charging him with, on May 23rd
last, stealing a teapot, the property
of one James H. Manuel.
Accuded pleaded not guilty.
The following jury was impannell-
ed:— William Pascoe, Alick Hamil-
ton. Hugh Cavin, John Hebbert
Griffiths, Alfred Birse, Ernest Joyner,
John Blake, William Kenzie Dav
id Reetham, Alexander Henry Wat
ers, Frank Sleep, and William Henry
Landells.
en, by Constable Dempsey, Lily
Pomeroy, and James H. Manuel as
to the loss, by the latter of the tea
pot and the subsequent selling of it
by the accused to Lily Pomeroy.
Accused offered no evidence, but
addressed the jury, declaring that he
had been given the article in good
faith to get a loan on. He also
stated that he was under the in-
fluence of liquor. He declared that
he had £14 or £15 on him at the
time, and that it was not likely un-
der such circumstances he would
go and commit the theft. He re-
gretted that his only witness was
not obtainable.
Mr. Ross did not address the jury.
His Honour briefly summed up and
the jury retired, returning in about
five minutes with a verdict of
guilty.
The Crown Prosecutor said prison-
er had a very very bad record, which
he tendered. This showed a career
of crime commencing in Townsville
in 1886 with 3 years' penal servitude
for assault with intent to rob.
year's hard labour in Stewarts Creek
Gaol, less three months already ser-
ved. His Honour remarked that
from his record prisoner appeared
to have been in gaol in nearly all of
the states, and was evidently a dan-
gerous man to loose.
Advertising (Advertising), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Monday 24 March 1930 [Issue No.71] page 15 2017-09-24 12:18 TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS. ''
Til', accordance with "The XVcar
Autliorlties Acts 1902/29" it is heror
by notified tliat a Poll will be hold
for the election of Aldermen for tho
City ot Mackay on SATURDAY,. 12th.
S a.m. nnd U p.m., ns follows: —
WEST WARD, 3 Aldermen <!.
EAST WARD, 3 Aldermen . . '
Polling Booths willabc- situated at
the lollowing places:- —
West Ward — -Britannia Hall.
East Ward — Town Hall. ,
(2) South Ward State School,
West Ward. .
GRAHAM, Cecil John -s". .
ITEGARTY, James.
HEIDKE; Gustav Ernest.
MOODY, George. . - :j
MULHERIN, John Martin. .
WOOD, Ian Alexander Christie. .
HAMII TON, Hugh John
IIEALY,, James
KRUMMEL,. Karl Hodgson. A
LOVE; James Alexander. - v--:-.-.; -
PEARCE, John Gilbert.' , v
WRIGHT, George Henry, r . .,'j
BARFORD. Thomas Frank. u.v
BROOKS, Edgar Poicival
CI1AT AW AY, James Cosmo Mant
CURTIN, Patrick Charles. . .
DOBSON, Mark ,
DUNWORTII, Patrick Thomas < >
HARPIN, William , I
IIAYWARD, Benjamin <
Notico is also given- tliat a ' poll-:-'.
will be taken on Saturday April 12thi';
1930, at the same time as- tho Munl-;;:.'-.'.":-
cipal Elections on the question of (
the Retention oi Abolition of the v
Waul System
Polling Booths in connection withv:;;;iw/
tills Poll will' be situated '. in- the ?:
Masonic Hall, Wood Streot, Mr. ?
Kearney's. Residence aL the- corner ;ot
Romeo -and George Streets.'- and
the South Ward- State; School.!!..:;:
v -- ' - ' ' ;
MACKAY HARBOUR BOARD. „
Notice -is hereby given - thiit.!n!'BoU!:4:;%;-..
for the- election of three .-.members
of the : Mackay Harbour -Boiii-d. -' us ' -.c'':
. representatives/of the. City : ot'iMoc-Xi.'-.acvj
kay; will .be bold on» Saturduy: : April' :av;?:
12th: 1930;-" between : tho : hours of. 'S ; '
a m and 0 p m /
Polling lioitls will Ir situ itcd at
the Masonic Hi'l, Wool St,eet Mi.
Kearney's 'residence at the corner
of Romeo and George Streets: and .at ;
the South "Ward State School /'
v f CANDIDATES. V.
HE3ALY,. James.. ')
-H-EIDKE, -.Gustav Ernest. w-xjkufaw
JOHNSON, Rnlph Godschal.
.'LOVE; James Alexander. j
MULHERIN, John Martin
WOOD, Ian Alox.inder Christie ;
W WEIR.„ "
t Retuining Officer. I
Town Ilall, March 22nd, 1930. - t ' „
1 I t «. h
In accordance with "The Local
Authorities Acts 1902/29" it is here-
by notified that a Poll will be held
for the election of Aldermen for the
City ot Mackay on SATURDAY, 12th
8 a.m. and 6 p.m., as follows: —
WEST WARD, 3 Aldermen
EAST WARD, 3 Aldermen
Polling Booths will be-situated at
the following places:—
West Ward — Britannia Hall.
East Ward — Town Hall.
(2) South Ward State School.
West Ward.
HEGARTY, James.
HEIDKE, Gustav Ernest.
MOODY, George.
MULHERIN, John Martin.
WOOD, Ian Alexander Christie.
HAMILTON, Hugh John.
HEALY, James.
KRUMMEL, Karl Hodgson.
LOVE, James Alexander.
PEARCE, John Gilbert.
WRIGHT, George Henry.
BARFORD. Thomas Frank.
BROOKS, Edgar Percival.
CHATAWAY, James Cosmo Mant.
CURTIN, Patrick Charles.
DOBSON, Mark.
DUNWORTH, Patrick Thomas.
HARPIN, William.
HAYWARD, Benjamin.
Notice is also given that a poll
will be taken on Saturday April 12th,
1930, at the same time as the Muni-
cipal Elections on the question of
the Retention or Abolition of the
Ward System.
Polling Booths in connection with
this Poll will be situated in the
Masonic Hall, Wood Street, Mr.
Kearney's Residence at the corner of
Romeo and George Streets, and
____
MACKAY HARBOUR BOARD.
Notice is hereby given that a Poll
for the election of three members
of the Mackay Harbour Board, as
representatives of the City of Mac-
kay, will be held on Saturday, April
12th, 1930, between the hours of 8
a.m. and 6 p.m.
Polling booths will be situated at
the Masonic Hall, Wool Street. Mr.
Kearney's residence at the corner
of Romeo and George Streets, and at
the South Ward State School.
CANDIDATES.
HEALY, James.
HEIDKE, Gustav Ernest.
JOHNSON, Ralph Godschal.
LOVE, James Alexander.
MULHERIN, John Martin.
WOOD, Ian Alexander Christie.
W WEIR,
Returning Officer.
Town Hall, March 22nd, 1930.
Over the Teacups (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Tuesday 7 April 1936 [Issue No.42] page 1 2017-09-21 06:05 By 'Wattle'
Mrs. R. Wliitelcy is holidaying in
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mulcaliy are re
ceiving the congratulations of their :-
friends oil the birth of a daughter,
ooo
ooo
Home again after spending the sum
mer months in Sydney, Mrs. Kcp
ooo
Mrs. Godwin and Miss Marj. God
win have returned to 'Alton Park,'
0 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Salter, with How
be leaving for the city within a dai£
ooo
0 0 0
ooo ,
The engagement has been announ
ooo
a wide circle of friends will be With
Mrs. T. J. Clyne jn the death of her
ooo
Always amongst the .most popular ? .....
C.W.A. younger Set dance will be
ciuite un to the standard of its prede
cessors;1 It will be held in the Empire
Hall. A good orchestra has been en
served, the admission being 2/6. Re
it will be a good finale to the holi
ooo
thought were wonderful. On to Ada
minaby, then to Kosciusko, the Sum
mit. Cowra, Canberra. Burrinjuck
By "Wattle"
Mrs. R. Whiteley is holidaying in
o — o — o
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mulcahy are re-
ceiving the congratulations of their
friends on the birth of a daughter.
o — o — o
o — o — o
Home again after spending the sum-
mer months in Sydney, Mrs. Kep
o — o — o
Mrs. Godwin and Miss Marj. God-
win have returned to "Alton Park,"
o — o — o
be leaving for the city within a day
o — o — o
o — o — o
o — o — o
The engagement has been announ-
o — o — o
a wide circle of friends will be with
Mrs. T. J. Clyne in the death of her
o — o — o
Always amongst the most popular
C.W.A. Younger Set dance will be
quite up to the standard of its prede-
cessors. It will be held in the Empire
Hall. A good orchestra has been en-
served, the admission being 2/6. Re-
it will be a good finale to the holi-
o — o — o
thought were wonderful. On to Ada-
minaby, then to Kosciusko, the Sum-
mit, Cowra, Canberra, Burrinjuck
Over the Teacups (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Tuesday 7 April 1936 [Issue No.42] page 1 2017-09-21 05:57 The engagement is announced ol
Miss Daphne Nightingale, daughter ol
Street, Dubbo, to Mr. Arthur Lyon, : ?
ijpn of Mr. :and .Mrs. R. Lyon, of
The engagement is announced of
Miss Daphne Nightingale, daughter of
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Lyon, of
IVORY SATIN FROCK Dubbo Bride's Choice LYON-NIGHTINGALE WEDDING (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Thursday 24 June 1937 [Issue No.72] page 1 2017-09-20 19:36 An ivory sntin frock, made In
princess style, was chosen by '
nf Oiippn 'Hnhlm for hpr
'her father, also wore a cut tulle veil,
She carried a bouquet of pink arid
white sweet peas . and carnations.
in princess style, with a tulle head
dress. trimmed with velvet flowers. Her
ankle-length blue velvet frock, cut ori
princess lines, and wore a tulle head
dress. She carried a posy of pink car
nations. In a blue velvet suit,. John
bridegroom) was best man. ?
shaded Iceland poppies and ferns! The
? When the register was being signed,
'ind' decorated bv the Dubbo Baking
! When the young couple left for the
An ivory satin frock, made in
princess style, was chosen by
of Queen Street, Dubbo, for her
her father, also wore a cut tulle veil,
She carried a bouquet of pink and
white sweet peas and carnations.
in princess style, with a tulle head-
dress, trimmed with velvet flowers. Her
ankle-length blue velvet frock, cut on
princess lines, and wore a tulle head-
dress. She carried a posy of pink car-
nations. In a blue velvet suit, John
bridegroom) was best man.
shaded Iceland poppies and ferns. The
When the register was being signed,
and decorated by the Dubbo Baking
When the young couple left for the
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 25 May 1946 [Issue No.2965] page 12 2017-09-19 07:44 irling Husband and our dear Daddy,
orporal Neville Bruce Andrews, 76
quadron. who was accid ntally killed
1 Australia. May 25th, 1943.
To hear his last faint siKh. .
Or whisper Just one loving word.
Or even say good-bye. ....
hlldren, Norma and John and Aunt
arah.
ear Son-in-law, Corporal. N»vllle Bruce
ndrews. 76 Squadron, who was acclden
Plly killed In Australia, 25th May.
943.
Sad and sudden was the parting.
Wr little thought that you were going.
Always be remembered. .
Irs. E. Loguc.
ANDREWS.— in loving memory of our
ear Brother-in-law & Uncle. Corp.
loville Bruce Andrews, R.A.A.F., who was
ccidentally killed, 25/5/43.
Time may change In many wayB,
But one thing changes never.
Comerford. 2/26 Btn., died In Thailand,
'te. William Lematy. Killed In action,
robruk 25th May. 1941.
HI* loving SlstPrs and Brothers.
MASON.— In lovlne memory of my
Icahy beloved Son, OX42171, Sgt. Cecil
*aymond Mason, D Company. 2/11 Btn..
vho lost his Ufa 25th May. 1945. Altape.
If only I could see your vivid blue
AmP'f'eel your arms around me,
And your kiss upon my lips. , .
And hear you say. 'Mother don t
wait, for I'll be late.'
Ins-rtcd by Mother.
fparly beloved Son and Brother. OX42171.
3Rt. Cecil Raymond Mason. D Company,
ill Batn.. who lost his life 25th May,
SaV nnt a'nother 1- fitter than thou.
Think not of shirking, face thy task
Cease all evading— God needs thee
Inserteday' by his Father, Mother.
3rothers. and Sisters. _
A great oal sadly missed but always
?ememh-red by his friend, Merv. Joyner.
darling Husband and our dear Daddy,
Corporal Neville Bruce Andrews, 76
squadron. who was accid ntally killed
in Australia. May 25th, 1943.
To hear his last faint sigh.
Or whisper just one loving word.
Or even say good-bye.
Children, Norma and John and Aunt
Sarah.
dear Son-in-law, Corporal. Neville Bruce
Andrews, 76 Squadron, who was acciden
tally killed in Australia, 25th May,
1943.
Sad and sudden was the parting,
We little thought that you were going,
Always be remembered.
Mrs. E. Logue.
ANDREWS.— In loving memory of our
dear Brother-in-law & Uncle, Corp.
Neville Bruce Andrews, R.A.A.F., who was
accidentally killed, 25/5/43.
Time may change in many ways,
But one thing changes never,
Comerford. 2/26 Btn., died in Thailand,
Pte. William Lematy. Killed In action,
Tobruk 25th May. 1941.
His loving Sisters and Brothers.
MASON.— In loving memory of my
dearly beloved Son, QX42171, Sgt. Cecil
Raymond Mason, D Company. 2/11 Btn.,
who lost his life 25th May. 1945. Altape.
If only I could see your vivid blue eyes,
Am feel your arms around me,
And your kiss upon my lips.
And hear you say, "Mother don't
wait, for I'll be late."
Inserted by Mother.
dearly beloved Son and Brother. QX42171.
Sgt. Cecil Raymond Mason, D Company,
2/11 Batn., who lost his life 25th May,
1945, Altape.
Say not another is fitter than thou.
Think not of shirking, face thy task now.
Cease all evading— God needs thee to-day.
Inserted by his Father, Mother.
Brothers. and Sisters.
A great pal sadly missed but always
remembered by his friend, Merv. Joyner.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 24 May 1947 [Issue No.3275] page 14 2017-09-19 07:15 FTYNN. — Treasured memories of dear
Harold, OX13884, 3rd Aust. Rly. Con.
3oy., returned 9th Div., Middle Eas
massed away. 24/5/43 at Concord Hos
Jital. Sydney.
But memories live lorever.
Mason, killed May 25th. 1945.
tilled in action at Wewak, May 25t
FLYNN. — Treasured memories of dear
Harold, QX13884, 3rd Aust. Rly. Con.
Coy., returned 9th Div., Middle East,
passed away. 24/5/43 at Concord Hos
pital, Sydney.
But memories live forever.
Mason, killed May 25th, 1945.
killed in action at Wewak, May 25th,
Social and Personal (Article), Maryborough Chronicle (Qld. : 1947 - 1954), Wednesday 6 January 1954 [Issue No.25,538] page 4 2017-09-16 15:59 Miss Joyce Schlpice has or- ;
rived by plan* from Mackay,
Western Hotel. She is visiting:
hor fiance Mr. Merv Joyner.
Miss Joyce Schipke has ar-
rived by plane from Mackay,
Western Hotel. She is visiting
her fiance Mr. Merv Joyner.
IN THE COURTS Publican fined for Sunday trading (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Thursday 15 January 1953 [Issue No.13] page 3 2017-09-16 11:51 [?]
I
[?]
i ' ' - *
Six men charged with i
having breached the Liquor 1
solicitor to a charge ' that
victualler of the Australian1
Hotel she sold liquor on-
Naught said police had vis
When questioned the lic
geant, it's just as you ses
Mr. J. Condie, for the lic
night before. ' There had
been nothing to attract at
I Mr. J. C. Baker, S.M., im
posed aS fine of £25 and 6/
costs. .
the public bar at a timei
when saie of liquor was
street, John Stephen Cam
of Byron-street, and Agos
tino Madarazzo, of Home|
Hm
pleaded' guilty. Written
pleas of guilty were ac
' Liquor roecsr
IN THE COURTS
Publican Fined for
Sunday Trading
Six men charged with
having breached the Liquor
solicitor to a charge that
victualler of the Australian
Hotel she sold liquor on
Naught said police had vis-
When questioned the lic-
geant, it's just as you see
Mr. J. Condie, for the lic-
night before. There had
been nothing to attract at-
Mr. J. C. Baker, S.M., im
posed a fine of £25 and 6/-
costs.
the public bar at a time
when sale of liquor was
street, John Stephen Cam-
of Byron-street, and Agos-
tino Madarazzo, of Home
Hill.
pleaded guilty. Written
pleas of guilty were ac-
Liquor roecsr

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