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    Another anomaly that I found, also in Western...

    Another anomaly that I found, also in Western Mail, is that from 1931 Sept 17 through 1932 Mar 17, when you browse the page numbers, the pages are 1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5...
    The contents of the two are...
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    Special inserts often have their own page...

    Special inserts often have their own page sequences. Race results for sporting events, political events, and royal visits, olympic, or children's section are examples. The AWW has specials where an...
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    Thanks, I'll make a note.

    Thanks, I'll make a note.
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    Sunday Mail, QLD question.

    On two successive Sundays, the newspaper has referred to a serial story that will appear in another publication.
    Here is one of them: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article98227593. I can't figure...
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    The advice above is a bit dated: Currently...

    The advice above is a bit dated: Currently (2019) 1. The list of lists is alphabetic, and numeric. So, you can insert and categorize. 2. When you wish to add an item to a list you are offered a...
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    Upfield has two other stories serialized in The...

    Upfield has two other stories serialized in The Herald, Vic.: "Murder On the Station" aka "The Bone is pointed" in 1938, and The Great Melbourne Cup Mystery, 1933.
  7. I don't know how it was done, but a friend...

    I don't know how it was done, but a friend exported several of my lists into a spread sheet.. and then emailed the sheet to me. So, its possible to export.
  8. I'm reading in the Forum at present because they...

    I'm reading in the Forum at present because they must be working on Trove lists... the capacity to change the order of an item is currently not working.
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    You'll find Mr. Jelly's Business in both the...

    You'll find Mr. Jelly's Business in both the Newcastle Morning Herald, NSW 1940 and The Daily News in Perth. 1932; The Herald, Melbourne; and The Advertiser in Adelaide. Don't have notes for the...
  10. One more thought: I'm not living forever, but my...

    One more thought: I'm not living forever, but my Lists, Comments and Tags will exist forever -- as they are when I stop signing on. So to change anything private to public at that point I'd need to...
  11. To make TAGS more useable to me, and make mine...

    To make TAGS more useable to me, and make mine more useful to others, standard formats would help. For example, a format for adding the name of an illustrator in a tag, especially since it may have...
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    From the Arthur Upfield novel "Mr Jelly's...

    From the Arthur Upfield novel "Mr Jelly's Business" we have

    A dog scratched' and 'litfed loudly. A man whistled and
    shollted: "Dinner, come Icerct".

    Should be : A dog scratched and...
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    Still hoping that someone can share the answer to...

    Still hoping that someone can share the answer to the syntax for a search that excludes list items.
  14. The problems with refresh, and losing connections...

    The problems with refresh, and losing connections is getting worse, and it has nothing to do with Trove -- its the increased use of web/internet streaming that clogs the system. Business use for...
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    I have encountered the same problem and partially...

    I have encountered the same problem and partially solved it by severely restricted the number of newspapers that will be searched. I have better success when I provide search terms under options...
  16. The number of unreliable websites continues to...

    The number of unreliable websites continues to grow, as does the number of "new" apps and versions of operating systems which remove features carried in earlier versions without bothering to ask...
  17. If you've read this thread from the beginning,...

    If you've read this thread from the beginning, you would be misled.. The latest version has indeed added the capability of adding one or more categories. It lists the original category, and offers...
  18. I'm especially interested in The Herald....

    I'm especially interested in
    The Herald. (Melbourne) Can you share the information from the 1930's
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    Yes, this is an interesting thread.. no pun...

    Yes, this is an interesting thread.. no pun intended, but most of my searches relate to THREAD crafts -- knitting, crochet, tatting, embroidery, quilting, macrame, with more lace than not. A friend...
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    Thanks, spearth, Your answer clears up some...

    Thanks, spearth, Your answer clears up some confusion I had with tags appearing and then disappearing after I log in, when I want to use some of the general ones.

    I have a question about...
  21. In conducting searches, one often finds...

    In conducting searches, one often finds repetitions of articles or funny stories carried by multiple newspapers that are word-for-word the same except for a spelling "error" in one of them. For...
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    I have encountered a "display" or format being...

    I have encountered a "display" or format being used in a piece of literature, more commonly seen in advertising. I'm talking about P-U-T-T-I-N-G hyphens between the letters. In my case its the word...
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    Hello Spearth, Comments are indeed a good...

    Hello Spearth,

    Comments are indeed a good place for links to related articles, and there for those working on anything but fiction. Eventually the installments of each serial story will...
  24. I'm confused. What were you looking for? Where...

    I'm confused. What were you looking for? Where were you looking? Were you looking for actual books? in Newspapers? or AU libraries? serialized versions of books? or reviews of new books, or...
  25. My results duplicated by one of the problem posts...

    My results duplicated by one of the problem posts readers. No definitive answer yet on what happened.
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