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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,363,066
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,228,065
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,340
...
277 Tosca63 124,711
278 DestinyProphet 124,514
279 lest-we-forget 124,135
280 murds5 123,987
281 lloyd 123,809
282 mfox 123,307

123,987 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 2,113
February 2017 3,290
January 2017 8,209
December 2016 2,351
November 2016 3,485
October 2016 8,591
September 2016 12,810
August 2016 29,322
July 2016 2,155
June 2016 17,702
May 2016 8,198
April 2016 13,222
March 2016 11,604
February 2016 935

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,363,063
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,227,995
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,335
...
457 brewer 70,084
458 greenpoint 69,993
459 RichBarr 69,929
460 murds5 69,881
461 GeoffBlackshaw 69,831
462 Anon 69,792

69,881 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 1,646
February 2017 3,015
January 2017 4,853
December 2016 2,349
November 2016 3,039
October 2016 6,545
September 2016 8,791
August 2016 9,144
July 2016 943
June 2016 10,069
May 2016 7,850
April 2016 393
March 2016 10,323
February 2016 921

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 72,435
2 murds5 54,106
3 jaybee67 51,712
4 PhilThomas 20,779
5 EricTheRed 20,242

54,106 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 467
February 2017 275
January 2017 3,356
December 2016 2
November 2016 446
October 2016 2,046
September 2016 4,019
August 2016 20,178
July 2016 1,212
June 2016 7,633
May 2016 348
April 2016 12,829
March 2016 1,281
February 2016 14


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Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 June 1896 [Issue No.457 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 4085 2017-03-23 18:22 No. 6,456. Alfred 'Ernest Luttrell, Launceston, Tasmania, and
Arthur HiU Griffith, Sydney, N.S.W.—Water
i, 6,461. Charles Munro Glen, Kariab, Victoria—Improve
n 6,462. Frederick Dixon Edmonds, Paddington, N.S.W.—
i, 6,468. Joseph Speight, Kirwee, Canterbury, N.Z.—Double
tt 6,474. Bert Boyle, Sydney, N.S.W.—A new apparatus for
diving In deep waters to resist the greater pressure.
ASSIGNMENTS EEGISTEEED.
Begistration.
Mo. 1303
6446
Bate of
18 July, 189B
Nam® of Assignee,
Bichard Arthur Hervey, and
Alfred Sabine and Arnold Ton
Siemene.
LICENSES BEGTSTEBED.
473S
Patents Office, Sydney, Examiner of Patent®.
Printed and Published by Ohabmb Pottbb, GoT9nxcent
Printer, Phillip-street, 15th June, 1886.
[JWw,
No. 6,456. Alfred Ernest Luttrell, Launceston, Tasmania, and
Arthur Hill Griffith, Sydney, N.S.W.—Water
" 6,461. Charles Munro Glen, Kariah, Victoria—Improve
" 6,462. Frederick Dixon Edmonds, Paddington, N.S.W.—
" 6,468. Joseph Speight, Kirwee, Canterbury, N.Z.—Double
" 6,474. Bert Boyle, Sydney, N.S.W.—A new apparatus for
diving in deep waters to resist the greater pressure.
ASSIGNMENTS REGISTERED
Registration.
No. 1303
5446
Date of
18 July, 1895
Name of Assignee,
Richard Arthur Hervey, and
Alfred Sabine and Arnold von
Siemens.
LICENSES REGISTERED
4736
Patents Office, Sydney, Examiner of Patents
Printed and Published by Charles Potter, Government
Printer, Phillip-street, 15th June, 1896.
[Price,6d.]
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 June 1896 [Issue No.457 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 4085 2017-03-23 18:17 Aebator for milk and other liquids—Robinson 6284
dry marketable manure—Serdoe and Macready ... 6330
Battebies (galvanic)— Rowbotham 6139
Belt (electsic)—Higson 6233
Bicycles—Ljungstiom and Ljungstrom 6389
Syndicate (Limited) 6101
Ftewen 6612
Ghinn and Perry 6387
Bbands for ear-marking sheep and cattle—Crook 5681
Bubnbbs—Combustion of carbo-hydrates of high boiling
point in inoandescent burners, and apparatus
Bubsebs for incandescent mediums—Rent .... 6429
c
Capping (bidge)—Walters 6322
Cabbiages (bailway) and other vehicles—Electric
Clothes wbingebs—Bradley, Jewell, and Jewell 6015
Cbushing mills—Apparatus for concentrating, grad
CrcLBS—Pneumatic tyres for—Fleuss Pneumatic Tyre
Fremen 5642
Vernon, Clarke, and Overeni 6214
Eab-maeking sheep and cattle—Appliance for—Crook 5681
Elsotbio beet—Higson 6233
Elbotbic Lighting—Phosphorescent electric illumina
tion—Moore "ElectricalCompany 6331
Elbotbic lighting and heating, and also the ventila
tion of railway carriages and other tehicles—
tus for the productionK)f zinc and lead by—Lorenz 6268
p
Fencb-wibe strainers—Gibson 6085
Fubnaoe (fumigating) for destroying rabbits—Welly 6263
Galvanic battebies—Howbotham 6139
(Jelatine liquobs produced in tallow digesters into a
ana—Preston and Gill 6340
Hydeoohlobic acid—Production of—Lorenz 6268
Incahdbsobnt mediums—Burners for—Renz 6429
Irons—An attachment to boxor self-heating—Marchant 5608
Kerosene from shale and for other purposes—Betorts
for extracting—Sail ..................... 6396
apparatus for the production of zinc and—Lorem 6268
Preston and Grill * 6340
Manube—Method of converting tlie waste gelatine
marketable—JSerdoe and Macready 6330
Freioen 5642
Milk Abrator—Robinson 6284
matters—Coward . 6355
Mtjsica.l instruments—Pianofortes and pianetteE—
Bet orts for extracting—Sail 6396
Oil lamp—Wursier 6352
Orvs—Process and apparatus for the production of zinc
for the production of hydrochloric acid—Lorem. ... 62G8
fying crushed ore and other matters— Coward 63E5
A vessel and apparatus for getting—Yeron> Clarke,
Babbits in burrows and warrens by means of suffocating
Bage-STARTING apparatus—Horse—Tabsley .. 6578
Bailway carriages and other vehicles—Electric
Bailways—Gravity—Boyton 6353
Bbtoris for extracting kerosene from shale and for
Bidgb capping—Walters 6822
Roofs—Bidge capping for—Wallers,,,,,....,,.,., 6322
Shale—Betorts for extracting kerosene from, and for
other purposes— Sail 6396
Starting (race) apparatus—Horse—Tabsley 5578
Strainers (wirb)—Gibson 6085
Aerator for milk and other liquids—Robinson 6284
dry marketable manure—Berdoe and Macready ... 6330
Batteries (galvanic)— Rowbotham 6139
Belt (electric)—Higson 6233
Bicycles—Ljungstrom and Ljungstrom 6389
Syndicate (Limited) 6401
Frewen 5642
Gunn and Perry 6387
Brands for ear-marking sheep and cattle—Crook 5681
Burners—Combustion of carbo-hydrates of high boiling
point in incandescent burners, and apparatus
Burners for incandescent mediums—Renz .... 6429
C
Capping (Ridge)—Walters 6322
Carriages (Railway) and other vehicles—Electric
Clothes Wringers—Bradley, Jewell, and Jewell 6015
Crushing mills—Apparatus for concentrating, grad
Cycles—Pneumatic tyres for—Fleuss Pneumatic Tyre
Frewen 5642
Vernon, Clarke, and Overend 6214
Ear-marking sheep and cattle—Appliance for—Crook 5681
Electric Belt—Higson 6233
Electric Lighting—Phosphorescent electric illumina
tion—Moore Electrical Company 6331
Electric lighting and heating, and also the ventila
tion of railway carriages and other vehicles—
tus for the production of zinc and lead by—Lorenz 6268
F
Fence-wire strainers—Gibson 6085
Furnace (fumigating) for destroying rabbits—Welby 6263
Galvanic batteries—Rowbotham 6139
Gelatine liquors produced in tallow digesters into a
and—Preston and Gill 6340
Hydrochloric acid—Production of—Lorenz 6268
Incandescnt mediums—Burners for—Renz 6429
Irons—An attachment to box or self-heating—Marchant 5608
Kerosene from shale and for other purposes—Retorts
for extracting—Hall ..................... 6396
apparatus for the production of zinc and—Lorena 6268
Preston and Gill 6340
Manure—Method of converting the waste gelatine
marketable—Berdoe and Macready 6330
Frewen 5642
Milk Aerator—Robinson 6284
matters—Coward 6355
Musical instruments—Pianofortes and pianettes—
Retorts for extracting—Halll 6396
Oil lamp—Wurster 6352
Ores—Process and apparatus for the production of zinc
for the production of hydrochloric acid—Lorenz. ... 6268
fying crushed ore and other matters— Coward 6365
A vessel and apparatus for getting—Veron, Clarke,
Rabbits in burrows and warrens by means of suffocating
Race-Starting apparatus—Horse—Yabsley .. 5578
Railway carriages and other vehicles—Electric
Railways—Gravity—Boyton 6353
Retorts for extracting kerosene from shale and for
Ridge Capping—Walters 6822
Roofs—Ridge capping for—Walters,,,,,....,,.,., 6322
S
Shale—Retorts for extracting kerosene from, and for
other purposes— Hall 6396
Starting (race) apparatus—Horse—Yabsley 5578
Strainers (wire)—Gibson 6085
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 June 1896 [Issue No.457 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 4085 2017-03-23 17:55 ' provement in spring switches for telephone
n ' diving apparatus for deep sea diving. 30th
" machine for use in the extraction of gold from
6,474. Bert Boyle, Sydney, N.S.W.—A new apparatus
j, 6,492. Henry Harper, Newcastle, N.S.W.—A new or im
proved apparatus for use in distributing oal in
proved kerosene eave-all. 4th Mav.
„ 6,541. Bobert George Gibbons, Surry Hills, N.S.W.—A
gas enricher, saver, and expander. 6th May.
„ 6,545. Tom Edwin Richards, St.Pefcers, N.S.W.—Improve
» 6,564. John Francis Perkins, Ponsonby, Auckland, N.Z.—
t, 6,566. George Felix Webendorfer, Sydney, N.S.W.—The
,i 6,572. Charles Viccsnt Potter, Melbourne, Victoria—An
» G,573. Charles Clifford Clifford, Camperdown, and Regi
» 6,576. James Shennan Kirkpatrick, Dunedin, N.Z —An
a 6,578. Dctlef Adolf Josias Diercks, Melbourne, Victoria—
»i 6,579. Joseph Augustus Venn, North Adelaide, South
ft 6,584. Alfred Vaughan, Asbfield, N.S.W.—Improvements
» 6,595. Walter William CurtieB, Christchurch, N.Z,—Im
ii 6,597. Blanche Shelley, Melbourne, Victoria—A folding
»> 6,600. Gordon Fyfe, Sydney, N.S.W.—An improved
» 6,603. Reuben Broad bent, Gawler, S.A.—Improvements
in pneumatic and other similar tyreB. 80th May.
Babtholomew Catherine 5969
Bebdoe Herbert B. and Macready William 6830
Boyton Paul 6853
Bradley William T., Jewell Major It., and'Jewell
Charles E., aesignees of CombB ii'dgar S. and Jewell
c
Cluck George H.—Parke and Lacy Company, assignees
Combs Edgar S. and Jewell Major It.—Bradley William
T., Jewell Major JR., and Jewell Charles E.f
Cowabd William H 6355
Fbewen Moreton 5642
William T, assignees of CombB Edgur S. and Jewell
Mejor R 6015
Ijuagstbom Birger and Ljangstrom Fredrik 6389
Lobenz Richard O 6268
Macbeady William and Berdoe Herbert B 6330
Mabohant George F 6608
Mabshall James J. and Dixon Robert S 5381
Moobe Electrical Company, assignees of Moore Daniel
Munbo Donald 6369
Overend Acheson, Yeron Eugene, and Clarke Samuel F. 6214
Pabke and Lacy Company, assignees of Chick George
H 6564
Pebby Herbert and Gunn Tom * 6387
Pbeston Edwin J. and Gill Arthur B 6340
Pulbbook Anthony 6361
B
Rowbothah Walter 6139
s
Stbong Joseph 6363
Vebon Eugene, Clarke Samuel F., and Overend Acheson 6214
w
Walters'John 6822
Wblbt Roberts 6263
Wubsteb Oasimir 6352
YabsieyWilliam B678
provement in spring switches for telephone
diving apparatus for deep sea diving. 30th
machine for use in the extraction of gold from
6,474. Bert Royle, Sydney, N.S.W.—A new apparatus
6,492. Henry Harper, Newcastle, N.S.W.—A new or im
proved apparatus for use in distributing coal in
proved kerosene save-all. 4th May.
„ 6,544. Robert George Gibbons, Surry Hills, N.S.W.—A
gas enricher, saver, and expander. 5th May.
„ 6,545. Tom Edwin Richards, St.Peters, N.S.W.—Improve
" 6,564. John Francis Perkins, Ponsonby, Auckland, N.Z.—
"6,566. George Felix Webendôrfer, Sydney, N.S.W.—The
" 6,572. Charles Vincent Potter, Melbourne, Victoria—An
" 6573. Charles Clifford Clifford, Camperdown, and Regi
" 6,576. James Shennan Kirkpatrick, Dunedin, N.Z —An
" 6,578. Detlef Adolf Josias Diercks, Melbourne, Victoria—
" 6,579. Joseph Augustus Venn, North Adelaide, South
" 6,584. Alfred Vaughan, Ashfield, N.S.W.—Improvements
" 6,595. Walter William Curties, Christchurch, N.Z,—Im
" 6,597. Blanche Shelley, Melbourne, Victoria—A folding
" 6,600. Gordon Fyfe, Sydney, N.S.W.—An improved
" 6,603. Reuben Broadbent, Gawler, S.A.—Improvements
in pneumatic and other similar tyres. 30th May.
Bartholomew Catherine 5969
Beedoe Herbert B. and Macready William 6830
Boyton Paul 6353
Bradley William T., Jewell Major R., and Jewell
Charles E., assignees of Combs Edgar S. and Jewell
C
Chick George H.—Parke and Lacy Company, assignees
Combs Edgar S. and Jewell Major R.—Bradley William
T., Jewell Major R., and Jewell Charles E.
Coward William H 6355
Frewen Moreton 5642
William T, assignees of Combs Edgar S. and Jewell
Major R 6015
L
Ljungstrom Birger and Ljungstrom Fredrik 6389
Lorenz Richard O 6268
Macready William and Berdoe Herbert B 6330
Marchant George F 6608
Marshall James J. and Dixon Robert S 5384
Moore Electrical Company, assignees of Moore Daniel
Munro Donald 6369
Overend Acheson, Veron Eugene, and Clarke Samuel F. 6214
Parke and Lacy Company, assignees of Chick George
H 5564
Perry Herbert and Gunn Tom 6387
Preston Edwin J. and Gill Arthur B 6340
Pulbrook Anthony 6361
R
Rowbotham Walter 6139
S
Strong Joseph 6363
Veron Eugene, Clarke Samuel F., and Overend Acheson 6214
W
Walters John 6822
Welby Robert S 6263
Wurster Casimir 6352
YabsleyWilliam 5678
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 June 1896 [Issue No.457 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 4085 2017-03-23 17:43 Wheel—Circular spring-^iLfwfcon 6571
and other similar—Rill 6586
Windows—B elating to—Mvmgay 6593
WlBH fencing especially adapted for confining ground
game in preserves—Denimn, Den man, and Den,'
Wibes (fencing) are available for telegraph, telephonic
which*—Kopsoh 5811
bales of—lit/pens 6501
No. 6,538. Bobert Cooke Sayer, Bedland, Bristol, Gloucester*
England—Improvements in railways. Jind May •
„ 6,540. John Oarnrick, New York, U.S. A —Digestive com*
„ 6,511. Lanston Monotype Machine Company (assignees of
ments in .machines for making justified lines of
for reducing or smelting ores. 4r.h May.
" tpenfc grains." 4th May.
„ 6,550. Harry Arthur Dentnan and John Hugge tt Denmm,
Orerton, Han's, and Eiwin William Denman,
Wandsworth, Sumy, England—Improvements
,, 6,551. Charles Yer Treese Pollock, New York, U.S.A.—
„ 0,554. J. C. Ludowici and Son, Limited (assignees of
Charles Edward Henry John Ludowici), Sidney,
N.8.W.—An improvement in link beliir g. 11th
„ 6,557. William Benjamin Walteri, Wellington, N.Z —An
improved gold-taviog apparatus for use in rivers
„ 6,560. William M'Kenzie and Walter William Bising,
„ 6,561. G-ustave By pens, Windsor, Victoria —An improved
of George F. Knox and JSiiel L. tiharpneck),
ii 6,563. Thomas Parker, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.—
„ ft,565. Alfred Launcelot James Tait, Dunedin, N Z.—An
„ 6,567. Djivid Houstoo, Bamorcie, N.S.W.—Soldering ends
i, 6,568. William Geipel, Blackheath, London, England—
Improvements in Bteam traps. 16th May.
,, 6,539. William Henry Trengrove, Christchurch, Canter
i, 6,570. Sarah Ann Shipman (assignee of Thomas Shipman),
Penshuret, N.S.W.—An improved domestic com
i, 6,571. James Daniel Midton, Sydney, N.S.W.—A circular
i, 6,674. John Fracer, Brighton, Victoria—Improvements in
provements in bicycles brushes. 39th May.
and stand for cycliets. 22nd May.
„ 6,681. Edward James Curran, Batliurst, N.B.W.—Im
„ 6,582. Aithur llarvey We they, Butte City, Montana,
„ 6,583. Samuel Melville Hawkins, Kcw, Victoria—Im
provements in machine sheep sbeara. 23rd May.
olher similar sssh windows. 23rd May.
ments in boot protectors. 26fch May.
ditscbefreky, called Apostoloff), London,
„ 6,59?. Edward Lloyd Pease, Stocktom-on-Tees, Durham
„ 6,591. Michael John Nolan, New STork, U.8 A —Improve
„ 6,592. Thomas Bottrell, Amoefield, N.S.W.—Improved
apparatus for fa'ilitaticg the branding ard
castrating of calves and .other animals. 26th
JViay.
„ 6,503. James Rumgay, Wellington, N Z.—Improvements
in or relating t j windows. 26th May.
„ 6,596. Adolf Schmidt, Cissel, Germany—Improvements
in and apparatus for t.be dry distillation of wood,
la grippe, coldp, &3. 29th May.
„ 6,599. Joseph l)avid Fisher, Melbourne, Victoria—An
Method of producing emboss ad'photograplis. 30th
George Brjan), Geelong, Victoria—An improved
clotlns washing machine 30th May.
No. 5,811. Charles Frederick Gustarus Kopsch, Sydney,
Laneaiter, England—Improvements in coin
bucket and strainer. 2lth June, 1895.
U.S.A.—Preierving fresh, fruits, vegetable pro
„ 6,045. Frederick Henrv Moore, Sydney. N.S.W.—An
like, and improved machine therefor. 9th Sep*
Wheel—Circular spring—Midson 6571
and other similar—Hill 6586
Windows—Relating to—Rumgay 6593
Wire fencing especially adapted for confining ground
game in preserves—Denman, Denman, and Den-
Wires (fencing) are available for telegraph, telephonic
which*—Kopsch 5811
bales of—Rypens 6561
No. 6,538. Robert Cooke Sayer, Redland, Bristol, Gloucester*
England—Improvements in railways. 2nd May •
„ 6,540. John Carnrick, New York, U.S. A —Digestive com-
„ 6,541. Lanston Monotype Machine Company (assignees of
ments in machines for making justified lines of
for reducing or smelting ores. 4th May.
" spent grains." 4th May.
„ 6,550. Harry Arthur Denman and John Huggett Denman,
Orerton, Han's, and Edwin William Denman,
Wandsworth, Surrey, England—Improvements
,, 6,551. Charles Ver Treese Pollock, New York, U.S.A.—
„ 6,554. J. C. Ludowici and Son, Limited (assignees of
Charles Edward Henry John Ludowici), Sydney,
N.S.W.—An improvement in link belting. 11th
„ 6,557. William Benjamin Walters, Wellington, N.Z —An
improved gold-saving apparatus for use in rivers
„ 6,560. William M'Kenzie and Walter William Rising,
„ 6,561. Gustave Rypens, Windsor, Victoria —An improved
of George F. Knox and Eliel L. Sharpneck),
" 6,563. Thomas Parker, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.—
„ 6,565. Alfred Launcelot James Tait, Dunedin, N Z.—An
„ 6,567. David Houston, Ramornie, N.S.W.—Soldering ends
' 6,568. William Geipel, Blackheath, London, England—
Improvements in steam traps. 16th May.
,, 6,589. William Henry Trengrove, Christchurch, Canter
" 6,570. Sarah Ann Shipman (assignee of Thomas Shipman),
Penshurst, N.S.W.—An improved domestic com
" 6,571. James Daniel Midson, Sydney, N.S.W.—A circular
" 6,674. John Frazer, Brighton, Victoria—Improvements in
provements in bicycles brushes. 19th May.
and stand for cyclists. 22nd May.
„ 6,681. Edward James Curran, Bathurst, N.S.W.—Im
„ 6,582. Aithur Harvey Wethey, Butte City, Montana,
„ 6,583. Samuel Melville Hawkins, Kew, Victoria—Im
provements in machine sheep shears. 23rd May.
other similar sash windows. 23rd May.
ments in boot protectors. 26th May.
ditschewsky, called Apostoloff), London,
„ 6,599. Edward Lloyd Pease, Stocktom-on-Tees, Durham
„ 6,591. Michael John Nolan, New York, U.8 A —Improve
„ 6,592. Thomas Bottrell, Amosfield, N.S.W.—Improved
apparatus for facilitaticg the branding and
castrating of calves and other animals. 26th
May.
„ 6,593. James Rumgay, Wellington, N Z.—Improvements
in or relating to windows. 26th May.
„ 6,596. Adolf Schmidt, Cassel, Germany—Improvements
in and apparatus for the dry distillation of wood,
la grippe, colds, &c. 29th May.
„ 6,599. Joseph David Fisher, Melbourne, Victoria—An
Method of producing embossed photographs. 30th
George Bryan), Geelong, Victoria—An improved
clothes washing machine 30th May.
No. 5,811. Charles Frederick Gustavus Kopsch, Sydney,
Lancaster, England—Improvements in coin
bucket and strainer. 24th June, 1895.
U.S.A.—Preserving fresh, fruits, vegetable pro
„ 6,045. Frederick Henry Moore, Sydney. N.S.W.—An
like, and improved machine therefor. 9th Sep-
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 June 1896 [Issue No.457 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 4085 2017-03-23 16:29 Kerosene TINS—Connecting deviceB specially adapted
IiA G-bippe, Colds, &c.—Cure for— Viney 6598
IiiNK belting—Ludowici and Son (Limited) 6554
lilNOTYPE machine—Lanston Monotype Machine
Company 6o41
Hash-ttjn, "draff" or "spent grain"—Utilisation of
Heat and other articles and substances of food from
Medicine—Cure for La G-rippe, colds, &c.— Viney 6598
Metal yhbsels—Soldering ends on cylindrical sheet—
Hetals—Machine for the extraction of gold from
Hetals—Process and apparatus for reducing or smelting
ores—Lungwiiz 6542
Hetals—Gold-saving apparatus for use ia riverB and
tbe like— Walters 6557
Hetals—Pulverisers—Parker 6563
Hetals—Method of annealing steel and malleable iron
Hetals—Calcining furnaces— Wethey 6582
Hetals—Crushing and grinding—Coward 6585
Hills—Crushing and grinding—Coward 6585
Honey—Coin assorting apparatus*—Hanmer 5838
Honotype machine —Lanston Monotype Machine Com
chemical solvents*—Deeble 63F0
Ores—Concentrating table*—Wynne and Iregurlha ... fc53Q
Orbs—Process and apparatus for reducing or smelting—
Ores—&old -saving apparatus for uee in rivers and the
Ores—Calcining furnaces—Wethfy 6582
Papbr trimming machine—Adams.,*. 6594
.Photographs—Embossed—Taber 6601
cecuring tubes or rods to mains, plates, or other
Preserving^ fresh fruits, vegetable products, meat and
other substances of food from decay*—Perkins 6927
Printing—Machines for making j uetifled lines of type—
PuLVERiSERSr-Par^cr 6563
E
Rock—Pulverisers for—Parker 6563
Sooop (Barth)—and Ashford 6568
Soraper—Cleaning instrument—Tait 6565
Shears {Sheep)—Machine—Wethey 6582
SnoE Protectors—HiU 6588
pelts, and for the purification of Buch matters*—
or—Lungwiiz 6542
ing or Bcouring of greasy wools or peltB and for the
Sorting (Coin) apparatus*—Kanmer ....^ 5838
Draper ! 6107
Stand for cyclists—Home-trainer and—Oandy 6580
Steam nvkVi—Geipel 6568
ducts, meat, and other articles and subBtanceB of
JPerkins 5927
Syringes—Pollock 6551
Tanks—81udge box for cleaning—Quinn and Ashford 6558
Aibrecht 6553
Aposloloff Automatic Telephone Parent Syndicate
Telephonijj and telegraphic communication—Insulators
Taster (bladder)—A pneumatic tire or—Smith ...... 6587
Tbaps (stbam)—Qeipel 6568
Gaudy 6580
Homton 6567
Violins and the like—M*Kenzie and Mising,..,.,,., 6560
w
proceBB of winning or collecting the residue or waste
Washing clothes—Machine for—Humble and NichoU
Kerosene Tins—Connecting devices specially adapted
La Grippe, Colds, &c.—Cure for— Viney 6598
Link Belting—Ludowici and Son (Limited) 6554
Linotype machine—Lanston Monotype Machine
Company 6541
Mash-tun, "draff" or "spent grain"—Utilisation of
Meat and other articles and substances of food from
Medicine—Cure for La Grippe, colds, &c.— Viney 6598
Metal Vessels—Soldering ends on cylindrical sheet—
Metals—Machine for the extraction of gold from
Metals—Process and apparatus for reducing or smelting
ores—Lungwitz 6542
Metals—Gold-saving apparatus for use in rivers and
the like— Walters 6557
Metals—Pulverisers—Parker 6563
Metals—Method of annealing steel and malleable iron
Metals—Calcining furnaces— Wethey 6582
Metals—Crushing and grinding—Coward 6585
Mills—Crushing and grinding—Coward 6585
Money—Coin assorting apparatus*—Hanmer 5838
Monotype machine —Lanston Monotype Machine Com
chemical solvents*—Deeble 6350
Ores—Concentrating table*—Wynne and Iregurlha ... 6530
Ores—Process and apparatus for reducing or smelting—
Ores—Gold -saving apparatus for use in rivers and the
Ores—Calcining furnaces—Wethey 6582
Paper trimming machine—Adams.,*. 6594
Photographs—Embossed—Taber 6601
securing tubes or rods to mains, plates, or other
Preserving fresh fruits, vegetable products, meat and
other substances of food from decay*—Perkins 5927
Printing—Machines for making justified lines of type—
Pulverisers—Parker 6563
R
s
SCoop (Earth)— Quinn and Ashford 6558
Scraper—Cleaning instrument—Tait 6565
Shears (Sheep)—Machine—Wethey 6582
Shoe Protectors—Hill 6588
pelts, and for the purification of such matters*—
or—Lungwitz 6542
ing or scouring of greasy wools or pelts and for the
Sorting (Coin) apparatus*—Hanmer .... 5838
Draper 6107
Stand for cyclists—Home-trainer and—Gandy 6580
Steam Traps—Geipel 6568
ducts, meat, and other articles and substances of
Perkins 5927
T
Tanks—sludge box for cleaning—Quinn and Ashford 6558
Albrecht 6553
Apostoloff Automatic Telephone Parent Syndicate
Telephonic and telegraphic communication—Insulators
Tester (bladder)—A pneumatic tire or—Smith ...... 6587
Traps (steam)—Geipel 6568
Gandy 6580
Houston 6567
Violins and the like—M'Kenzie and Rising,..,.,,., 6560
W
process of winning or collecting the residue or waste
Washing clothes—Machine for—Humble and Nichol-
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 June 1896 [Issue No.457 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 4085 2017-03-23 16:16 Chubn and egg beater—Domestic combined butter—
Ghuxeb (coal)*—Harper ...' 6492
Coats (Men's) Cut of—Citrran 6581
Coin sorting- apparatus*—Hantnen 5888
Coldb, &c.—Care for La Grippe—Viney 6598
Wynne and Tregwrtha 6530
Cooking- utensils—Cleaning instrument for—Tait ... 6565
C&USHINO- and grinding mills— Coward 6685
Cycle beushes—Burnip 6575
Dieectoby table—Advertising—Fisher : 6599
mash-tun *' draff "i or " spent grains"—Bailey and
Dbaff or spent grains—Utilisation of brewers' and
distiller's mash-tan—Bailey and Ford ... 6543
Eabth Scoop—Quinn and Ashford 6558
Egg-beatbe—Domestic combined butter churn and—
Sliipman 6570
Electric Bailways—Sayer 6538
Klectbic Telephone Exchange—A system of auto
Electbical communication—Insulators by the use of
Flooeing, walling, and the like structural purposes—
Fbuits, vegetable products, meat, and other substances
preserving fresh*—Perkins 6927
Fubnaces (calcining-)—Wethey 6582
Fuse Lightbbs—Fraser .*. 6574
Q
material*—Wynne and Tregwrtha 6530
Gbains (Spent)—Utilisation of brewers' and distillers'
Gbinding MlLLS—Crushing and—Coward 65s5
Haib-cctting machine— Hawkins 6583
Ice—Refrigeratingapparatus—TheFconomicalRpfnger
Insulators by the use of which fencing wireB are
cation*—Kopsch o81l
Ibon castings—Method of annealing steel and malle
Churn and egg beater—Domestic combined butter—
Chutes (coal)*—Harper ... 6492
Coats (Men's) Cut of—Curran 6581
Coin sorting apparatus*—Hanmer 5838
Colds, &c.—Care for La Grippe—Viney 6598
Wynne and Tregurtha 6530
Cooking utensils—Cleaning instrument for—Tait ... 6565
Crushing and grinding mills— Coward 6585
Cycle brushes—Burnip 6575
Directory table—Advertising—Fisher : 6599
mash-tun "draff " or " spent grains"—Bailey and
Draff or spent grains—Utilisation of brewers' and
distiller's mash-tun—Bailey and Ford ... 6543
Earth Scoop—Quinn and Ashford 6558
Egg-beater—Domestic combined butter churn and—
Shipman 6570
Electric Railways—Sayer 6538
Electric Telephone Exchange—A system of auto
Electrical communication—Insulators by the use of
Flooring, walling, and the like structural purposes—
Fruits, vegetable products, meat, and other substances
preserving fresh*—Perkins 5927
Furnaces (calcining-)—Wethey 6582
Fuse Lighters—Fraser .. 6574
G
material*—Wynne and Tregurtha 6530
Grains (Spent)—Utilisation of brewers' and distillers'
Grinding MlLLS—Crushing and—Coward 6585
Hair-cutting machine— Hawkins 6583
Ice—Refrigeratingapparatus—The Economica Refnger-
Insulators by the use of which fencing wires are
cation*—Kopsch 5811
Iron castings—Method of annealing steel and malle
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 June 1896 [Issue No.457 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 4085 2017-03-23 16:06 p
Fabkeb Thomas . . 6563
Pbase Edward L. 6590
Pbbkins Alfred T.* 5927
Pollock Charles Y. T 6551
ft
E
RoYLsBert 6474
Hum gat James 6598
Rypbns Gustavo 6561
s
Sharp neck JSliel L. and Knox George F.—The
Tab be Freeman A 6601
Tait Alfred I/. J 6565
Tbegubtha Thomas and Wynne Walter P.* 6530
Tbengboye William H 6569
v
w
Waltebs William B 6557
Aib—Preserving fresh fruits, vegetable products, meat
Belting (link)—Ludowci and Son {LimitedJ 6554
Bicyclbb brushes—JBumip 6575
Bicycles—Home-trainer and stand for cyclists—Gundy 6580
Bladdeb-tbsteb—A pneumatic tire or—Smith ......... 6587
Boot pbotectobs—Sill 6588
JBottrell .............. C592
tun "draff" or "spent grains"—JBailey and
Bbush—Cleaning instrument—Tait 6565
B&USHSS — Bicycle—Burnip 6575
Butteb chubn and egg beater—Domestic combined—
Calcining fubnaces—Wethey 6582
OaXtTBS and other animals—Apparatus for faclitating
the branding and castrating ol—BottreU 6592
CANS—Connecting devices specially adapted for securing
P
Parker Thomas . . 6563
Pease Edward L. 6590
Perkins Alfred T.* 5927
Pollock Charles V. T 6551
Q
R
Royle Bert 6474
Rumgay James 6593
Rypens Gustave 6561
S
Sharpneck Eliel L. and Knox George F.—The
Taber Freeman A 6601
Tait Alfred l. J 6565
Tregurtha Thomas and Wynne Walter P.* 6530
Trengrove William H 6569
V
W
Walters William B 6557
Air—Preserving fresh fruits, vegetable products, meat
Belting (link)—Ludowci and Son (Limited) 6554
Bicycle brushes—Burnip 6575
Bicycles—Home-trainer and stand for cyclists—Gandy 6580
Bladder-tester—A pneumatic tire or—Smith ......... 6587
Boot protectorss—Hill 6588
Bottrell .............. 6592
tun "draff" or "spent grains"—Bailey and
Brush—Cleaning instrument—Tait 6565
Brushes — Bicycle—Burnip 6575
Butter churn and egg beater—Domestic combined—
C
Calcining furnaces—Wethey 6582
Calves and other animals—Apparatus for facilitating
the branding and castrating of—Bottrell 6592
Cans—Connecting devices specially adapted for securing
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 June 1896 [Issue No.457 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 4085 2017-03-23 15:59 Albbeoht Friedrich . 6553
Apostolopf Automatic Telephone Parent Syndicate
Ashfobd William and Quinn Thomas 6558
Bailey Richard D. and Ford Lewie P 654-3
BerditscliewsJcy Salomon, called Apostoloff—The Apos
(Limited), assignees of 658v*
Botteelti Thomas 6592
Bryan George—Humble "William arid Nicholson Ward,
assignees of 6f02
Bubnip John T..„ 6575
Cabnbick John 6540
Cleaves Howard O * 6035
Cowabd William H 6585
Cxjbban Edward J 6581
Dbnman Harry A, Penman John H., and Denman
DfiAPEBThomaB T.* 6107
Edwaedb Arthur H 6552
P
Fishee Joseph D 6599
Foed Lewis P. and Bailey Richard D 6543
Ebasee John ... 6574
a
Geipel William €568
Hanheb Htniy H.* 5838
Habpbb Henrj* 6492
Hitch WAtson* 5869
Knox Gtorge F. and Sharpneck Eliel L.—The Economi
Kopsch Charles J?. G.# .....< 581L
Lajsston Monotype Machine Company, assignees of
Lanstoo Tolbeit 6541
Lanslon Tolbert—Lanston Monotype Machine Com
pany, asBigneeB of 6541
J itchfield George F 6577
Ludowici Charles E. JI J,—J. C. Ludowici and Son
Mabsilall James J 6559
M'Q.uillan Arthur* 6232
Midson James D J 6571
Moobe Frederick H.* 6046
Albrecht Friedrich . 6553
Apostoloff Automatic Telephone Parent Syndicate
Ashford William and Quinn Thomas 6558
Bailey Richard D. and Ford Lewis P 6543
Berditscliewsky Salomon, called Apostoloff—The Apos
(Limited), assignees of 6589
Bottrell Thomas 6592
Bryan George—Humble William arid Nicholson Ward,
assignees of 6602
Burnip John T..„ 6575
Carnrick John 6540
Cleaver Howard C * 6035
Coward William H 6585
Curran Edward J 6581
Denman Harry A, Penman John H., and Denman
Draper Thomas T.* 6107
Edwards Arthur H 6552
F
Fisher Joseph D 6599
Ford Lewis P. and Bailey Richard D 6543
Fraser John ... 6574
G
Geipel William 6568
Hanmer Henry H.* 5838
Harper Henry* 6492
Hitch Watson* 5869
Knox George F. and Sharpneck Eliel L.—The Economi
Kopsch Charles F. G.* ..... 5811
Lanston Monotype Machine Company, assignees of
Lanston Tolbeit 6541
Lanston Tolbert—Lanston Monotype Machine Com
pany, as assignees of 6541
L itchfield George F 6577
Ludowici Charles E. H J,—J. C. Ludowici and Son
Marshall James J 6559
M'Quillan Arthur* 6232
Midson James D. 6571
Moore Frederick H.* 6045
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Wednesday 11 February 1835 [Issue No.154] page 88 2017-03-23 15:46 Confined by Order of the Committee"'"'
N nrsing Children ******»*******»*****»*»*****»*»*'*»*»*»*»* 113
Old dud Infirm 33
Total nfimberof Women*^'""""""' 541
Confined by Order of the Committee"'"'0
Nursing Children 113
Old and Infirm 33
Total number of Women*^'""""""' 541
Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Wednesday 28 January 1835 [Issue No.152] page 58 2017-03-23 15:45 STATE of the Female Factory, Parramatta>
on tbe 24th of January, 1835.
Under Colonial Sentence 270
In Solitary Confinement
Jjj Hospital'""""""*'""*'"""*^*""""""""*" 21
Sick in Factory
Assigned, waiting to be withdrawn Q8
Number Assignable —'«"» 0
STATE of the Female Factory, Parramatta,
on the 24th of January, 1835.
Under Colonial Sentence 276
In Solitary Confinement 5
In Hospital'""""""*'""*'"""*^*""""""""*" 21
Sick in Factory 2
Assigned, waiting to be withdrawn 58
Number Assignable 0

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