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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,032,306
2 NeilHamilton 2,846,230
3 noelwoodhouse 2,439,245
4 annmanley 2,210,144
5 John.F.Hall 1,917,336
6 maurielyn 1,622,010
7 culroym 1,474,792
8 C.Scheikowski 1,394,799

1,622,010 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2016 2,098
August 2016 1,202
July 2016 10,621
June 2016 35
May 2016 789
April 2016 215
March 2016 10,393
February 2016 4,991
January 2016 4,856
December 2015 3,718
November 2015 23,784
October 2015 23,715
September 2015 8,676
August 2015 1,500
July 2015 13,919
June 2015 9,102
May 2015 39,756
April 2015 26,402
March 2015 26,337
February 2015 30,109
January 2015 13
December 2014 1,991
November 2014 4,733
October 2014 25,113
September 2014 28,719
August 2014 46,848
July 2014 54,325
June 2014 10,647
May 2014 15,795
April 2014 16,770
March 2014 3
February 2014 92
January 2014 36
December 2013 4,433
November 2013 6,312
October 2013 40,154
September 2013 26,891
August 2013 19,229
July 2013 30,238
June 2013 35,889
May 2013 34,599
April 2013 5,953
March 2013 4,178
February 2013 60
December 2012 122
November 2012 6,412
October 2012 9,007
September 2012 2,074
August 2012 13,001
July 2012 8,995
June 2012 41,702
May 2012 10,728
April 2012 4,423
March 2012 12,588
February 2012 9,171
January 2012 2,655
December 2011 22,428
November 2011 29,308
October 2011 28,340
September 2011 20,977
August 2011 22,871
July 2011 20,215
June 2011 11,018
May 2011 7,946
April 2011 45,102
March 2011 14,791
February 2011 30,582
January 2011 36,679
December 2010 14,510
November 2010 15,639
October 2010 25,076
September 2010 35,694
August 2010 38,196
July 2010 31,494
June 2010 42,660
May 2010 42,984
April 2010 33,196
March 2010 26,158
February 2010 21,768
January 2010 23,693
December 2009 14,169
November 2009 13,910
October 2009 8,721
September 2009 5,101
August 2009 5,707
July 2009 6,083
June 2009 5,576
May 2009 30,715
April 2009 8,466
March 2009 21,801
February 2009 7,575
January 2009 5,156
December 2008 7,165
November 2008 6,402
October 2008 24,538
September 2008 28,111
August 2008 5,372

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,032,305
2 NeilHamilton 2,846,230
3 noelwoodhouse 2,439,245
4 annmanley 2,210,117
5 John.F.Hall 1,917,336
6 maurielyn 1,622,010
7 culroym 1,474,716
8 C.Scheikowski 1,394,792

1,622,010 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

September 2016 2,098
August 2016 1,202
July 2016 10,621
June 2016 35
May 2016 789
April 2016 215
March 2016 10,393
February 2016 4,991
January 2016 4,856
December 2015 3,718
November 2015 23,784
October 2015 23,715
September 2015 8,676
August 2015 1,500
July 2015 13,919
June 2015 9,102
May 2015 39,756
April 2015 26,402
March 2015 26,337
February 2015 30,109
January 2015 13
December 2014 1,991
November 2014 4,733
October 2014 25,113
September 2014 28,719
August 2014 46,848
July 2014 54,325
June 2014 10,647
May 2014 15,795
April 2014 16,770
March 2014 3
February 2014 92
January 2014 36
December 2013 4,433
November 2013 6,312
October 2013 40,154
September 2013 26,891
August 2013 19,229
July 2013 30,238
June 2013 35,889
May 2013 34,599
April 2013 5,953
March 2013 4,178
February 2013 60
December 2012 122
November 2012 6,412
October 2012 9,007
September 2012 2,074
August 2012 13,001
July 2012 8,995
June 2012 41,702
May 2012 10,728
April 2012 4,423
March 2012 12,588
February 2012 9,171
January 2012 2,655
December 2011 22,428
November 2011 29,308
October 2011 28,340
September 2011 20,977
August 2011 22,871
July 2011 20,215
June 2011 11,018
May 2011 7,946
April 2011 45,102
March 2011 14,791
February 2011 30,582
January 2011 36,679
December 2010 14,510
November 2010 15,639
October 2010 25,076
September 2010 35,694
August 2010 38,196
July 2010 31,494
June 2010 42,660
May 2010 42,984
April 2010 33,196
March 2010 26,158
February 2010 21,768
January 2010 23,693
December 2009 14,169
November 2009 13,910
October 2009 8,721
September 2009 5,101
August 2009 5,707
July 2009 6,083
June 2009 5,576
May 2009 30,715
April 2009 8,466
March 2009 21,801
February 2009 7,575
January 2009 5,156
December 2008 7,165
November 2008 6,402
October 2008 24,538
September 2008 28,111
August 2008 5,372

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WOMAN'S WORLD. SOCIAL. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Tuesday 7 October 1919 [Issue No.19,256] page 11 2016-09-30 15:40 tion of tbo artistic furniture and appoint-
ments. During tbo afternoon Mr. Bal
Tho society hoped to promote the difu-
sión of knowledge of science and art. The
-medals. " ' Mr. Dudley Eglinton explained
what had been doa> by, the society in
Bicnrlng the largest teleBcopo in Queens-
be placed on the roof of tho old Fire
"Brigade Ftntiou, and ivould be available
'for the community to Uîarn something of
,the great works of the Creator In. tbo
heavens. The toloscopo had a 12in. re-
flector, and the possession of this instru
, muât was something of which the sooiety
. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded
tion of the artistic furniture and appoint-
ments. During the afternoon Mr. Bal-
The society hoped to promote the diffi-
sion of knowledge of science and art. The
medals. Mr. Dudley Eglinton explained
what had been done by the society in
securing the largest telescope in Queens-
be placed on the roof of the old Fire
Brigade Station, and would be available
for the community to learn something of
the great works of the Creator in the
heavens. The telescope had a 12in. re-
flector, and the possession of this instru-
ment was something of which the society
A hearty vote of thanks was accorded
A GREATER BRISBANE. (To the Editor.) (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Friday 26 September 1919 [Issue No.5296] page 9 2016-09-30 15:38 <To tho £37tnrJ
| Sir,— -Dr. Watts onco informed a
it was impossible to .imlgo u man's
brain by tho raze of his body. I us?
this to point to the fsict that the value
of a lecture Audience should not be
the Windsor School of Arts last ovon-
Mr. Ghutcr, nnd unknown possibly to
Mr. Chutcr and his friends wore othore
of a far greater importnnco to Bris
bane's fufcujo than I can possibly hope
to be. Judging by what I have beard
to-day, tho results of tho lecture may
bo far-reaching, much further than tlio
Mr. Clmlcr is much more than a. mere
lecturer, geod at that as ho may ho,
nnd I am writing now in the hope that
ho may he induced to givo to the pub-
lic, prcferablj' through the columns- of
your Saturday's issue, a sories of ar
ticles that wiil convey to tho lay mind,
f in a simplo form, what ho endeavoured
to condense last night into ono lecture.
Mr. Okuier may he termed a living en-
O'clopncKa on' matters hearing on tbo
it mnv bo that :f even a lictlo of his
information can bo transmitted to other,
although perhaps less acute, brains h«
to© work Ui eom'unclion with him.
Tours, etc.,
R, K. BALCARRAS.
(To the Editor.)
Sir,—Dr. Watts once informed a
it was impossible to judge a man's
brain by the size of his body. I use
this to point to the fact that the value
of a lecture audience should not be
the Windsor School of Arts last even-
Mr. Chuter, and unknown possibly to
Mr. Chuter and his friends were others
of a far greater importance to Bris-
bane's future than I can possibly hope
to be. Judging by what I have heard
to-day, the results of the lecture may
be far-reaching, much further than the
Mr. Chuter is much more than a mere
lecturer, good at that as he may be,
and I am writing now in the hope that
he may be induced to give to the pub-
lic, preferably through the columns of
your Saturday's issue, a series of ar-
ticles that will convey to the lay mind,
in a simple form, what he endeavoured
to condense last night into one lecture.
Mr. Chuter may be termed a living en-
clyclopaedia on matters bearing on the
it may be that if even a little of his
information can be transmitted to other,
although perhaps less acute, brains he
the work in conjunction with him.
Yours, etc.,
R. K. BALCARRAS.
SCIENCE OF ART SOCIETY. (To the Editor.) (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Wednesday 13 August 1919 [Issue No.5252] page 5 2016-09-30 15:32 SOENCE OF ART SOCIETY.
air,-— ab this mortim e issue of "The
Daily Mail" I wag abtonitthed and pained
to noto 3th it- appears tn me to be an
attempt to rob ono of our fcllotv-oitixcns
of tho child of his brain- It is tho more
outo as having paid, when expressing
appreciation to Mr. Banford in connec
tion with tho society, that without her
work "probably there would bo no Popu
lar Scionco and Art Society to-day.'
I do not wish to dirparae Mrs. Ban-
lord's work in collecting funds for the
purchase of the telescope, hut to my
nor auy other person knew that the for
contemplated until the plans for iu for
mation were completed by Mr. ft. K.
Halcarras, of this city. Probably Mr. ft.
K- Balcarras cares not a straw who
tukes the credit for his work, but it is,
in rnv opinion, quite time some of hi?
friends came forward to nee that he gets
it. for even your own columns tell their
SCIENCE OF ART SOCIETY.
Sir,—In this morning's issue of "The
Daily Mail" I was astonisthed and pained
to note what it appears to me to be an
attempt to rob one of our fellow-citizens
of the child of his brain. It is the more
acre as having paid, when expressing
appreciation to Mr. Banford in connec-
tion with the society, that without her
work "probably there would be no Popu-
lar Science and Art Society to-day."
I do not wish to disparage Mrs. Ban-
ford's work in collecting funds for the
purchase of the telescope, but to my
nor any other person knew that the for-
contemplated until the plans for its for-
mation were completed by Mr. R. K.
Balcarras, of this city. Probably Mr. R.
K. Balcarras cares not a straw who
takes the credit for his work, but it is,
in my opinion, quite time some of his
friends came forward to see that he gets
it, for even your own columns tell their
THE BUILDING OF BRISBANE. (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Saturday 2 August 1919 [Issue No.5241] page 12 2016-09-30 15:28 (BY E. K. BALCARRAS).
(BY R. K. BALCARRAS).
A THRILLING INCIDENT. (To the Editor.) (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Friday 11 July 1919 [Issue No.5219] page 8 2016-09-30 15:27 a thrilling incident.
(To tUe Editor.)
sir,— I nfve scanned tn» columns or our
Press during tne post wcea iu .vain tor
escape iitmi death i have heard nf tor a
Unit; time. It appears tnat in tho ciar-
ness oi .nomtay niffht, June ->0. ahuntnn;
cporations were in progress at tno mvui
crosstne in Breaktan urcck-rond, adjoin-
in? Hiowu .and Broad's, Lu). The 'upnui
rou Heut> was sitown acainet all roud trur-
tic. and the locomotive and railway trucxs
wore in' motion, and aimost biocxint; tno
'entire roadway, when suddenly, to ttio
consternation of all present tne seurau-
Hent oi » motor enr anpaared lit tUe dis
tance. the car evidently cominc on at lull
spied.' 'Jho ent'inc-On\cr immediately blew
I his whistle, auui- off steam, applied tlio
brakes, and opened the spud vuive, to al
low f.ina to orop on to tue rails.' and, io
«bnn« nn engrniB to a speedier standstill.
Lnmne-iriver and llrcmun men clunt; to
wualevcr support they cuuui cet in antici
pation ur the l'carlul collision that eeomcd
ineviiah«e botwoen car and engine, buu-
denly the car wn3 seen to swerve on to
the footpath, lenlns uie gutier at a
tniunu,"". P-»ss Iiolwcou lencc. railing, ana
engine buffer, attain swui-ve, rcam tno
road, and disappear in the distance, leav
ing behind o group of railway jqcu with
sunken nerves and minIoJ t'eolinca of ad-
mirution lor the dispiuy of prompt jpux
mcnt' and couraeo that decided the driver
ul the tuu crej- cur iu taking tho only
possible niai.ee of saving himself from
mstant'death, and disgust that a man who
had ( been, so mir&uuiousiy saved by the
could so apparently callouriy proceed on
his journey without n thougut of express
ing thaukb to the ciigiuc-dnver whose ef
forts to avoid a cataatropne must have
neeit r«vealea by the curs uowerful search
Ucht. in its rapid approach to tho mov
ing railway engine-
i say "appartuuiy callously," because I
do not presume to analyse the feelinga
of a man after ouch a narrow escape from
death with perhaps a liic and dcatn cako
car was a medical man and. as such,
ranks at a gentleman who surely, unless
)line33 after such an ordeal, will not al
against oivic authorities or Government
Bailwav Department to prevent him from
Riving honour where honour is due. -bv at
jast rendering thank; to' the driver of
the engine whose prompt action un
After the car had passed and disap
peared. a careful ' measurement was made
when It was found there was barely room
t for such . a car even on. a level road. Tho
h/rause at tho time, the gutter at tho
I sfdb of tb» footpath was in course of r«-
I pair, and the heavy paving stones on tho
edge of the gutter, co that the car had
to take both pavitig stones and gutter at
"bound to gain the footpath anu turn ut
right angles at- the wmc time. Had "ucli
presence of mind been displayed br an
officer of rank in either the army or'naw
been pa«ed over unnoticed, but hccaiiso
: aw T ,,'f.ndis
: n Tl worth o? 1 iioU c«Te r" Hon 1??" 10 Cl.'
1vuii| cic"
R. K. BALCARBA8.
A THRILLING INCIDENT.
(To the Editor.)
Sir,—I have scanned the columns of our
Press during the past week in vain for
escape from death I have heard of for a
long time. It appears that in the dark-
ness on Monday night, June 30, shunting
operations were in progress at the level
crossing in Breakfast Creek-road, adjoin-
ing Brown and Broad's, Ltd. The 'usual
red light was shown against all road traf-
fic, and the locomotive and railway trucks
were in motion, and almost blocking the
entire roadway, when suddenly, to the
consternation of all present, the search
light of a motor car appeared in the dis-
tance, the car evidently coming on at full
speed. The engine-driver immediately blew
his whistle, shut off steam, applied the
brakes, and opened the sand valve, to al-
low sand to drop on to the rails, and to
bring his engine to a speedier standstill.
Engine-driver and firemen then clung to
whatever support they could get in antici-
pation of the fearful collision that seemed
inevitable between car and engine. Sud-
denly the car was seen to swerve on to
the footpath, taking the gutter at a
bound, pass between fence, railing, and
engine buffer, again swerve, regain the
road, and disappear in the distance, leav-
ing behind a group of railway men with
shaken nerves and mingled feelings of ad-
miration for the display of prompt judg-
ment and courge that decided the driver
of the big grey car in taking the only
possible chance of saving himself from
instant death, and disgust that a man who
had been so miraculously saved by the
could so apparently callously proceed on
his journey without a thought of express-
ing thanks to the engine-driver whose ef-
forts to avoid a catastrophe must have
been revealed by the cars powerful search
light, in its rapid approach to the mov-
ing railway engine.
I say "apparently callously," because I
do not presume to analyse the feelings
of a man after such a narrow escape from
death with perhaps a life and death case
car was a medical man and as such,
ranks as a gentleman who surely, unless
illness after such an ordeal, will not al-
against civic authorities or Government
Railway Department to prevent him from
giving honour where honour is due, by at
least rendering thanks to the driver of
the engine whose prompt action un-
After the car had passed and disap-
peared, a careful measurement was made
when it was found there was barely room
for such a car even on a level road. The
because at the time, the gutter at the
side of the footpath was in course of re-
pair, and the heavy paving stones on the
edge of the gutter, s that the car had
to take both paving stones and gutter at
a bound to gain the footpath and turn at
right angles at the same time. Had such
presence of mind been displayed by an
officer of rank in either the army or navy
been passed over unnoticed, but because
the cool courage and promptitude that
a poor engine-driver, it appears to be
unworthy of notice. How is it?
Yours, etc.,
R. K. BALCARRAS.
PROTESTANT LEAGUE'S ATTITUDE. To the Editor. (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Monday 3 December 1917 [Issue No.4638] page 6 2016-09-30 15:05 protestant league's
attitude,
To the Kditor.
Sir, --In your issue of the lt inst you
.stato that " ut a >i»ciul meeting
of tho State council of the
Queensland I'roteatant League, held
ycsltrdny afternoon," otc. This i#
an incorrect slaleinciil. It is true that
a meeting and passed a certain re-nlu-
lion, hut 1. a# a member of the .Slate
council, prote.-t against the action
committing tho entire JTotci-tant League-
to an exjire.-.-inn of opinion f/.nie of it#
members may imt agree to. I feel sure
I am but expressing the fueling of the
" >jor:tv of my fellow Prp'.cj-
Jtant league inenibrrs in snviii:;
that w,» arc in entire accord with
J tho spirit of tho resolution of condemna
tion ot the detestable treatment of the
1 Brim Minister at Warwick. But, with
out a properh constituted meeting, we
i have no right to override the privilege
! of the minority to a similar though op-
j polite expression of feeling. The change
I of poiilical thought throughout the Com-
nuunvealth due to the iiMitution of tho
IVote.'tant League is wonderful, hut this
again is largely due to our memlvtship
! adherence tn the two important clause.-
of our constitution; Penef m Protestant
rebcTotss prinriple#. nn.i loyalty to the
'British throne and Empire. 'not to pnriv
iviliiirnl inS'.ncnoe# of any kind. The
i league was formed in the interests of
; iWstautism and loya'.tv. an d on this
s basis embraces all shade of political
| thoncbt. and the moment it is otherwise
j it becomes "a house divided." Therefore.
Sir, 1 acain say that no matter how much
Urn individual who styled them«eive<
pass or scud a copy nf any resolution
on bchn'f rf the Protestant league with
out authority. '
l ours, etc..
R K. BALCARRAS.
Brisivtnc, Dcccmhrr 1.
PROTESTANT LEAGUE'S
ATTITUDE.
To the Editor.
Sir, --In your issue of the 1st inst you
state that " at a special meeting
of the State council of the
Queensland Protestant League, held
yesterday afternoon," etc. This is
an incorrect statement. It is true that
a meeting and passed a certain resolu-
tion, but I, as a member of the State
council, protest against the action
committing the entire Protestant League
to an expression of opinion some of its
members may not agree to. I feel sure
I am but expressing the feeling of the
majority of my fellow Protes-
tant League members in saying
that we are in entire accord with
the spirit of the resolution of condemna-
tion of the detestable treatment of the
Prime Minister at Warwick. But, with
out a properly constituted meeting, we
have no right to override the privilege
of the minority to a similar though op-
polite expression of feeling. The change
I of political thought throughout the Com-
monwealth due to the institution of the
Protestant League is wonderful, but this
again is largely due to our membership
adherence to the two important clauses
of our constitution: Belief in Protestant
religions principles, and loyalty to the
British throne and Empire, not to party
political influences of any kind. The
league was formed in the interests of
Protestantism and loyalty, and on this
basis embraces all shade of political
thought, and the moment it is otherwise
it becomes "a house divided." Therefore,
Sir, I again say that no matter how much
the individual who styled themselves
pass or send a copy of any resolution
on behalf of the Protestant league with-
Yours, etc.,
R. K. BALCARRAS.
Brisbane, December 1.
HONOR WHERE HONOR IS DUE. To the Editor. (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Wednesday 21 November 1917 [Issue No.4626] page 4 2016-09-30 14:55 HONOR tyHERE R0N0R IS
.DDE,
.To tie. Editor.
Sir,— Kindly permit mo to give .ex
pression-' through , -your .columns to tho
voice of tho' peoplo'raiscd this morning.
?n appreciation of -the splendid diciphnu
ana manly . forbearance of tho Police
force that waa uhle lo maintain, order
in such v a seething . multitude ns was
fathered loother in Albert-squnre, on-
loiiday night; -A /inultiludo so distraw-
ted by-rcoiifli :ling .paaeiou, that from it
anything might, have : hcou expected. Ono
had only lo move on- the outakiitg of
tho crowd and watch '-tile strong fcurlefa
mem in plain clothe! gciilly but firmly '
.pushing their way her and there, break
up (no dangerous groups, to realise that
but for. their presence, much mora felt
than keen, there, might easily have been
bloodshed. And air, if so much can bo
said of the Police force, .what- shall we
eay. of that strong,, elccil, silent ..man,
Commissioner . Urquhart. aittine in his
lonely olhco Jike a akilful pliysician,. with
his linger on . the public . pulse. Simply
this, that tho pcoplo of Queensland have
not yet forgotten.. his splendid services
during r the 3912 strike.
..Tt may cheer Mv.Urquhnrt and tend nnme
what to allay foolish .public apprehension
to know, tlmt there i a largo forco of
farmers on Die Darling Dowim, who can-
not themselves go to tho -front, ready lo
prmg lo saddle at his word of command
in- any- emergency affecting the safely of i
the civil population.' '
1 am, Sir, yours; etc., ,
. . «. . K< BALCAIUIA'S.
" 'in 'lildings, Edward-street. I
20/11/17. 1
HONOR WHERE HONOR IS
DUE.
To the Editor.
Sir,—Kindly permit me to give ex-
pression through your columns to the
voice of the people raiscd this morning
in appreciation of the splendid dicipline
and manly forbearance of the Police
force that was able to maintain order
in such a seething multitude as was
gathered together in Albert-square, on
Monday night. A multitude so distrac-
ted by conflicting passions that from it
anything might have been expected. One
had only to move on the outskirst of
the crowd and watch the strong fearless
men in plain clothes gently but firmly
pushing their way her and there, break-
up the dangerous groups, to realise that
but for their presence, much more felt
than seen, there might easily have been
bloodshed. And sir, if so much can be
said of the Police force, what shall we
say of that strong, stern, silent man,
Commissioner Urquhart, sitting in his
lonely office like a skilful physician, with
his finger on the public pulse. Simply
this, that the people of Queensland have
not yet forgotten his splendid services
during the 1912 strike.
It may cheer Mr.Urquhart and tend some
what to allay foolish public apprehension
to know that there is a large force of
farmers on the Darling Downs, who can-
not themselves go to the front, ready to
spring to saddle at his word of command
in any emergency affecting the safety of
I am, Sir, yours; etc.,
R. K. BALCARRAS,
City Buildings, Edward-street.
20/11/17.
THE NORTH BRISBANE SEAT. TO THE EDITOR. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Monday 12 November 1917 [Issue No.18,665] page 8 2016-09-30 14:46 THE NORTH BRISBANE ^EAT.
Sir,-The attitude adopted by Mr Sid.
|of the 10th instant, is a "high and
to the contrar) notwithstanding How
one of them has dtstinLtl) stated ita in-
of others ? It should be enough for Mr
rietcher, if he cares for the welfare of
majont) of his fellow s desire him as their
getting the voice of the majority is b)
giving c-prcsBion to a widespread deBire
in sn>ing that I hope Mr Fletcher will
nu stand -1 am, sir, ric ,
I R K DALCARRAS.
THE NORTH BRISBANE SEAT.
Sir,—The attitude adopted by Mr Sid.
of the 10th instant, is a "high and
to the contrary notwithstanding. How
one of them has distinctly stated its in-
of others ? It should be enough for Mr.
Fletcher, if he cares for the welfare of
majority of his fellows desire him as their
getting the voice of the majority is by
giving expression to a widespread desire
in saying that I hope Mr. Fletcher will
nu stand.—I am, sir, &c.,
R. K. BALCARRAS.
LIQUIDATIONS (Detailed lists, results, guides), Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930), Sunday 12 August 1917 [Issue No.1647] page 10 2016-09-30 14:42 By resolution confirmed May 16, 1916, the com
3, 1917. .
By resolution confirmed May 16, 1916, the com-
3, 1917.
QUEENSLAND CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Saturday 4 November 1916 [Issue No.4246] page 14 2016-09-30 14:41 A. J. Browne .. ..a V B. Balcarras 1
A. J. Browne .. ..a v R. Balcarras .. .. .. 1

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  1. BARRY, John Arthur
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  2. BOOTH, Lancelot
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    (24 September 1845 – 20 May 1913)

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  3. KIPLING, Rudyard
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    created by: public:maurielyn 2011-01-08
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  4. OXENHAM, John
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    created by: public:maurielyn 2011-01-09
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