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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,898,883
2 noelwoodhouse 3,958,537
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,352
5 Rhonda.M 3,289,028
...
11 culroym 1,979,099
12 maurielyn 1,764,143
13 Scottishlass 1,696,583
14 SheffieldPark 1,666,436
15 JudyClayden 1,642,771
16 gravesandbones 1,530,106

1,666,436 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 25,295
December 2019 13,749
November 2019 1,166
September 2019 1,581
July 2019 118
June 2019 47
May 2019 9,749
April 2019 20,665
March 2019 3,485
February 2019 3,722
January 2019 12,853
December 2018 6,416
November 2018 2,334
October 2018 17,981
September 2018 7,494
August 2018 5,694
May 2018 2,324
April 2018 18,276
March 2018 18,168
February 2018 13,163
January 2018 20,153
December 2017 19,712
November 2017 20,116
October 2017 15,862
September 2017 18,258
August 2017 20,297
July 2017 12,060
June 2017 25,633
May 2017 21,674
April 2017 16,179
March 2017 16,646
February 2017 20,666
January 2017 17,151
December 2016 20,551
November 2016 16,091
October 2016 18,680
September 2016 15,836
August 2016 11,249
July 2016 8,819
June 2016 22,478
May 2016 21,788
April 2016 21,460
March 2016 21,676
February 2016 14,100
January 2016 21,041
December 2015 19,998
November 2015 15,820
October 2015 11,965
September 2015 12,979
August 2015 15,584
July 2015 11,240
June 2015 15,502
May 2015 19,599
April 2015 21,689
March 2015 20,221
February 2015 2,079
January 2015 6,098
December 2014 7,373
November 2014 10,403
October 2014 12,010
August 2014 1,016
July 2014 17,810
June 2014 15,210
May 2014 20,169
April 2014 20,327
March 2014 22,628
February 2014 10,751
January 2014 20,141
December 2013 14,970
November 2013 24,488
October 2013 26,484
September 2013 21,562
August 2013 23,802
July 2013 16,362
June 2013 12,929
May 2013 14,494
April 2013 30,727
March 2013 16,126
February 2013 13,394
January 2013 15,937
December 2012 25,358
November 2012 13,263
October 2012 16,814
September 2012 23,122
August 2012 12,957
July 2012 23,148
June 2012 14,913
May 2012 9,218
April 2012 5,346
March 2012 14,431
February 2012 15,237
January 2012 4,054
December 2011 18,701
November 2011 15,314
October 2011 6,446
September 2011 7,313
August 2011 18,258
July 2011 24,854
June 2011 29,138
May 2011 13,221
April 2011 12,524
March 2011 1,240
February 2011 8,038
January 2011 11,141
December 2010 12,929
November 2010 7,038
October 2010 3,137
September 2010 4,158
August 2010 12,436
July 2010 6,320
June 2010 4,032
May 2010 8,444
April 2010 8,311
March 2010 14,435
February 2010 19,186
January 2010 11,802
December 2009 5,816

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,898,681
2 noelwoodhouse 3,958,537
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,391,326
5 Rhonda.M 3,289,015
...
11 culroym 1,977,624
12 maurielyn 1,764,140
13 Scottishlass 1,696,583
14 SheffieldPark 1,665,830
15 JudyClayden 1,642,299
16 gravesandbones 1,530,106

1,665,830 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 25,285
December 2019 13,725
November 2019 1,166
September 2019 1,581
July 2019 118
June 2019 47
May 2019 9,749
April 2019 20,665
March 2019 3,485
February 2019 3,722
January 2019 12,853
December 2018 6,404
November 2018 2,067
October 2018 17,962
September 2018 7,491
August 2018 5,662
May 2018 2,324
April 2018 18,276
March 2018 18,168
February 2018 13,156
January 2018 20,153
December 2017 19,712
November 2017 20,115
October 2017 15,860
September 2017 18,258
August 2017 20,277
July 2017 12,060
June 2017 25,623
May 2017 21,599
April 2017 16,141
March 2017 16,644
February 2017 20,666
January 2017 17,150
December 2016 20,549
November 2016 16,056
October 2016 18,680
September 2016 15,836
August 2016 11,249
July 2016 8,819
June 2016 22,478
May 2016 21,788
April 2016 21,460
March 2016 21,634
February 2016 14,096
January 2016 21,041
December 2015 19,998
November 2015 15,820
October 2015 11,965
September 2015 12,979
August 2015 15,584
July 2015 11,240
June 2015 15,502
May 2015 19,599
April 2015 21,689
March 2015 20,221
February 2015 2,079
January 2015 6,098
December 2014 7,373
November 2014 10,403
October 2014 12,010
August 2014 1,016
July 2014 17,810
June 2014 15,210
May 2014 20,169
April 2014 20,327
March 2014 22,628
February 2014 10,751
January 2014 20,141
December 2013 14,970
November 2013 24,488
October 2013 26,484
September 2013 21,562
August 2013 23,802
July 2013 16,362
June 2013 12,929
May 2013 14,494
April 2013 30,727
March 2013 16,126
February 2013 13,394
January 2013 15,937
December 2012 25,358
November 2012 13,263
October 2012 16,814
September 2012 23,122
August 2012 12,957
July 2012 23,148
June 2012 14,913
May 2012 9,218
April 2012 5,346
March 2012 14,431
February 2012 15,237
January 2012 4,054
December 2011 18,701
November 2011 15,314
October 2011 6,446
September 2011 7,313
August 2011 18,258
July 2011 24,854
June 2011 29,138
May 2011 13,221
April 2011 12,524
March 2011 1,240
February 2011 8,038
January 2011 11,141
December 2010 12,929
November 2010 7,038
October 2010 3,137
September 2010 4,158
August 2010 12,436
July 2010 6,320
June 2010 4,032
May 2010 8,444
April 2010 8,311
March 2010 14,435
February 2010 19,186
January 2010 11,802
December 2009 5,816

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 338,429
2 PhilThomas 140,592
3 GeoffMMutton 126,162
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
109 redbeard 627
110 jennywren 622
111 Forshaw 615
112 SheffieldPark 606
113 LGreacen 589
114 lah2041 580

606 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 10
December 2019 24
December 2018 12
November 2018 267
October 2018 19
September 2018 3
August 2018 32
February 2018 7
November 2017 1
October 2017 2
August 2017 20
June 2017 10
May 2017 75
April 2017 38
March 2017 2
January 2017 1
December 2016 2
November 2016 35
March 2016 42
February 2016 4


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Advertising (Advertising), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Wednesday 15 April 1903 [Issue No.17,603] page 8 2020-01-25 06:09 . AUCTIONS
. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION
. THIS DAY.
Johnson & Co. — At Unity, at cloven— Furniture.
I. A. Sando.-At Knightsbridgc, at half-past two
Furnirnre.
t). W. Mclvin.— At his Mart, it half-past ten— Mis-
cellaneous Pale.
J. Cornish k Co.— At their Mart, at lolf-past two—
Ihyer, Willcox, & Cot— At their Mart, at eleven—
Dairy aml F:am Produce.
J. raltridge & Co.— At the Corporation Yards, at
ten— Sheep; at their Bazaar, at two— Horsas, Ve
hicles, Harness, _e.
Elder, Smith, k Co.— At the Corporation Yards,
at ten— Shrep; at Jamestown, at eleven— Sheep,
Cattle. Pigs.
THIS DAY (AVednesday). at 11.
AT KIMBKRLEY.
MARY STREET, UXLEY
(Hyde Park or Unley Trims),
FOR SIDNEY MASON, ESQ.
SITE1U0R ALMOST NEW HOLLLVG and
SPANGEXBERG PIANO, underdampcr ac
Ornament^ Curtains, Overmantel
Extension Table, pood Leather Suite. Mirror
liack Sideboanl, Brussels Carpet. HP. .Ware,
Knives and Forks. Dinner and Tea Servics,
Bedroom Snire (Rohe and Duchess Pair). Ex
cellent quality and condition, Dnvhe/s Chest
Persian Bedstead and Wire, charming Doul
THIS AFTERXOOX. at 2.30.
AT SECOND STRUCT, Ki'lGUTSBRIDGE.
J. A. . S A N D 0
will sell, for Mr. J. AVade—
TABLES, Chairs, . Chiffonier, Rocker, Couch,
Ornaments. Curtains, Poles, Auto Uarp
Bedstead*. Stretcher, Wire Mattresses, Ch~*
of Drawers, AYashsiand and Ware, Oil
cloth
Sewing Machine, China, Glassware, Crockcrv,
Books, Clock, Lamp, Tubs, Copper, Cook
ins Utensils, I.B- Hose, Tools, Plants, kc
XO11TII TERRACE.
Tins DAY (Wednesday). April 15, at 10 o'clock.
TOHX P A L T R I D G E k CO.
U will sell by auction, as above—
.1,2110 MERINO WETHERS, 6-tooth and full
condition. 103'5
THIS DAY (Wednesday). April 15, at 2 p.m.
? 4Q HORSES. 4Q
? : — : ? : ? ? -,- ? Also, . the DOUBLE SWEET PEA, .saved from
-BLUMBERG MARKET.. ? best Sweet Peas bearing. double flowers. Each of
Hotel, on MONDAY, April 20. at 1 o'clock sharp- . J-. X-. WA . Oi KjKf.,
150. - Scrs1^1'1— * lllfBe-numbcr °/ COENEK BUNDLE STREET and EAST TERRACE.
QA CATTLE, including 28 Fat Steers and - ? ' -' 87czs
! t/U1- Cows.' 14 Prime Beef. 15' Young Cattle, ?vrTSTjT ann?Ti'rn -nT? 1
10 Springers. 5 Heifers. IS Mixed Cattle ' JNJ-iW bWl-l-l rJbiA.
ORK SHEEP, comprising 100 Merino Wether «sxr a pnn i rnv»
OOD: Lambs,. 170 Merino Lambs (well . , SNAPDRAGON,
bred), 200 Merino Ewes. 100 Large-framed , *? ™'°!1S anl?11,mi3uc f7'*?' mft desirable
AUCTIONS
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION
THIS DAY.
Johnson & Co.— At Unley, at eleven— Furniture.
J. A. Sando.— At Knightsbridge, at half-past two
Furniture.
D. W. Mclvin.— At his Mart, at half-past ten— Mis-
cellaneous Sale.
J. Cornish & Co.— At their Mart, at half-past two—
Thyer, Willcox, & Cot— At their Mart, at eleven—
Dairy and Farm Produce.
J. Paltridge & Co.— At the Corporation Yards, at
ten— Sheep ; at their Bazaar, at two— Horses, Ve-
hicles, Harness, &c.
Elder, Smith, & Co.— At the Corporation Yards,
at ten— Sheep ; at Jamestown, at eleven— Sheep,
Cattle, Pigs.
THIS DAY (Wednesday),at 11.
AT KIMBERLEY.
MARY STREET, UNLEY
(Hyde Park or Unley Trams),
FOR SIDNEY MASON, Esq.
SUPRIOR ALMOST NEW HOLLING and
SPANGENBERG PIANO, underdamper ac-
Ornaments Curtains, Overmantel
Extension Table, good Leather Suite, Mirror
Back Sideboard, Brussels Carpet. E.P. Ware,
Knives and Forks, Dinner and Tea Services,
Bedroom Shire (Robe and Duchess Pair). Ex-
cellent quality and condition, Duchess Chest
Persian Bedstead and Wire, charming Doul-
THIS AFTERNOON. at 2.30.
AT SECOND STREET, KNIGHTSBRIDGE.
J. A. SANDO
will sell, for Mr. J. Wade—
TABLES, Chairs, Chiffonier, Rocker, Couch,
Ornaments, Curtains, Poles, Auto Harp,
Bedsteads, Stretcher, Wire Mattresses, Chest
of Drawers, Washstand and Ware, Oil-
cloth.
Sewing Machine, China, Glassware, Crockery
Books, Clock, Lamp, Tubs, Copper, Cook-
ing Utensils, I. R. Hose, Tools, Plants, &c.
NORTH TERRACE.
THIS DAY (Wednesday), April 15, at 10 o'clock.
JOHN PALTRIDGE & CO.
will sell by auction, as above—
1,206 MERINO WETHERS, 6-tooth and full
condition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103'5
THIS DAY (Wednesday), April 15, at 2 p.m.
40 HORSES, 40
Also, the DOUBLE SWEET PEA, .saved from
BLUMBERG MARKET., best Sweet Peas bearing. double flowers. Each of
Hotel, on MONDAY, April 20. at 1 o'clock sharp.—
150.— CORNER RUNDLE STREET and EAST TERRACE.
90 CATTLE, including 28 Fat Steers and 28 Fat Steers and
Cows. 14 Prime Beef, 15 Young Cattle,
10 Springers, 5 Heifers, 18 Mixed Cattle
855 YORK SHEEP, comprising 100 Merino Wether
Lambs, 170 Merino Lambs (well SNAPDRAGON,
bred), 200 Merino Ewes, 100 Large-framed
like beat. Thd Chair can be purchased
in either light or dark oak,
with splendidly carved legs and
* T IE ?mas, or of plainer design. Vel- Jf
THURSDAY, April 23, when Tenders will be
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 27 June 1936 [Issue No.28,035] page 17 2020-01-24 21:51 1 -=
j Tage loin THE ARGUS" HANDY GUIDE TO TORM Satinda> June 27
j Last Three Performances of Horses in Detail :
BRITEBEARD (7 (i)
DARK SKY (0.4)
j'jKKST PERFORMANCES ON TRACKSÎj

Page loin THE ARGUS HANDY GUIDE TO TORM Satinda> June 27
Last Three Performances of Horses in Detail :
BRITEBEARD (7.6)
DARK SKY (9.4)
BEST PERFORMANCES ON TRACKS
Advertising (Advertising), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1909 [Issue No.16,895] page 9 2020-01-24 21:48 JjKKsTON S.. Curbsle-st.— 4 Booms. Kith, clean,
||>UESTt>N. — Qutv-n Anne Villa, 5 rooms, modern
'X appointments, free rail pass; 14/. 'AFGoorge,
.Murray station. I'reston.
PRESTON S., Carlisle-st.— 4 Rooms. bath clean,
PESTON.— Queen Anne Villa, 5 rooms, modern
appointments, free rail pass ; 14/- McGeorge,
Murray station. Preston.
Advertising (Advertising), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Monday 14 November 1887 [Issue No.2093] page 2 2020-01-24 21:42 . SHIPPING ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Adelaide aud Melbourne issuable
during Juue, July, August, September and
data of issue.
have deoided to grant Return Tickets
Melbourne JB15 12b. Od.
410 2s.. Gd.
410 17s. Gd.
Fremantlo, June 1, 1887,

SHIPPING ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Adelaide and Melbourne issuable
during June, July, August, September and
date of issue.
have decided to grant Return Tickets
Melbourne £15 12s. 6d.
£10 2s. 6d.
£10 17s. 6d.
Fremantle, June 1, 1887,
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS,
THE Adelaide Steamship
Company (Limited) are
shipment.
THE A 1 barque Charlotte
Padbury, 686 tons register,
Thomas Barber, commander, will
for first and second-olass passengers.
of Williams, in the Colony of
residing at Narrogin, Williams
to "The Wines, Beer, and Spirit Sale Act,

Department of Public Works,
FOR
Advertising (Advertising), The Kyneton Observer (Vic. : 1856 - 1900), Thursday 27 September 1866 [Issue No.1492] page 4 2020-01-24 21:36 FOE
OR TO MST.
Sri September .tSfifii
.-M:: >• .••"
Eaa-klyn,Ma PipeFstJjKk;" : —-
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
3rd. September 1865.
????
Franklyn, and Piper's Creek" :—
Advertising (Advertising), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 17 March 1886 [Issue No.3,228] page 2 2020-01-24 21:29 COMMISSION AGENTS. JJKK
Ac.rsr or
The Land Mortnaec Bank.
Glasgow has proved to exist. It is also JJKK
known to be a good fuel, arid to contain gas.
Thie dluty upon kierosene oil and oils silrilar
to those extnracteld froml this dleposit is Gd per
lThe price of thir valhualle property is fixed
COMMISSION AGENTS.
Agents for
The Land Mortgage Bank.
the Walhalla road, about one mile from the
Glasgow has proved to exist. It is also
known to be a good fuel, arid to contain gas.
The duty upon kerosene oil and oils similar
to those extracted from this deposit is 6d per
The price of thir valhualle property is fixed
WANTED, BUTTER, EGGS BACON.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Tuesday 1 June 1943 [Issue No.26413] page 6 2020-01-24 21:25 JJKKE.—In .loving memory of aotner
and grandm-v who passed away June 1
cltbout a loving thought of you.—Always
remembered by Meta. olga. Charley, and
aCASER. —In memoir of mother, who
passed away May 31. 1942. God closed
be thine."—Ever remembered by her
LINKE.— In loving memory of mother
and grandmother who passed away June 1
about a loving thought of you.— Always
remembered by Meta, Olga, Charley, and
MADER.— In memoir of mother, who
passed away May 31, 1942. God closed
be thine."— Ever remembered by her
Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 11 July 1893 page 2 2020-01-24 21:21 Buslnea Manager and Treasurer—Mr. Geo. TaLLa.
FAREWELL PEBFORMANOES.
GB&AT DOUBLE BILL.
TO-NIGHT, at 8 oTolock, I
First pradnotion Sn AdcUide of Oruody ft Solomon's ■
CEBZIFIED MECHANICAL ENGDJKKK AND ■~ _~ ,1_ 11 1 JJlf'J?JkaaaaMciiiii—l JMMMWL^cataa^aiX??aiixiit DOOBSand WINDOWS,
Cocoa Doormats, Footecrapen, ALL AX OP TO ||19/Sw3JU>4 R^gftlffJK^&*
W. T. FLINT & SON, '^olesale AGEmT"*
Buslness Manager and Treasurer— Mr. Geo. Tallis.
FAREWELL PERFORMANCES.
GREAT DOUBLE BILL.
TO-NIGHT, at 8 o'clock,
First pradnotion Sn AdcUide of Oruody ft Solomon's
CERTIFIED MECHANICAL ENGINEER AND
Cocoa Doormats, Footecrapen, ALL AX OP TO ||19/Sw3J UP TO
W. T. FLINT & SON, Wholesale AGEmT"*
Advertising (Advertising), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 28 July 1913 [Issue No.18,085] page 8 2020-01-24 21:15 "While ploughing i v,aa seized with in
fluenza," writes Mr. M. J. JT'Avady, Ofaura,
i N.Z. "I went to bed and was bo Dl next
fJK SETS of Harness always in stock. The
' W U j'jKK" Pob'flb —Best and
"While ploughing I seized with in-
fluenza," writes Mr. M. J. McAvady, Ohura,
N.Z. "I went to bed and was be Dl next
65 SETS of Harness always in stock. The
"WUNSAWEEK" Boot Polish.— Best and
Advertising (Advertising), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Tuesday 20 February 1900 page 1 2020-01-24 21:10 mr.JjKK).
3 STOCK-Ot-JHAPE. BOOK DEBTS,
GotngCtmcern.
Stock Sheets and Conditions of Ten
der can1 be eeen at tlie Office of -the Trus
ary, 1900.
3 STOCK-IN-SHAPE. BOOK DEBTS,
Going Concern.
Stock Sheets and Conditions of Ten-
der can be been at the Office of the Trus-

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    (REAA) Richardson and Wrench List Public Timeline for Richardson and Wrench. (Max 1000 items) R&W was and still is a business dealing in amongst other things, real estate. Date given are for date of newspaper. 1862-10-02 MaryCWB&BA R&W Stock and Station Agents. 1865-09-02 (SyM) R&W Auctioneers, Valuers, Brokers, Land, Stock, and Station Agents. 1865-09-02 R&W Sales Room at 142 Pitt-street. 1867-10-19 (Empire) R&W Auction at Pitt-street does not mention street number of address. 1868-02-29 R&W Wool sales; 121 bales. 1881-08-23 (SMH) R&W Advertisement for Real Estate auctions. Held at 92 Pitt-st, Sydney. 1889-03-16 R&W Still a partnership. 1889-07-12 R&W Now a company. 1890-10-25 R&W Temporary salerooms at 113 Pitt-street. 1893-05-06 (SMH) Abbreviation "R. & W." used in advt. 1893-11-22 (EmpBris) R&W Alleged embezzlement by Sidney Davis, managing clerk. 1894-07-21 (CumA*FA) R&W give valuation for arbitration case re resumption of land for Dural railway. 1897-03-10 R&W Auctioneers and Valuators. 1904-03-07 R&W Share price 11s. 1914-04-01 R&W address at 98 Pitt-street. 1912-04-17 R&W Address at 98 Pitt-street, City. 1923-04-28 R&W Auctions were often conducted "in conjunction with" another real estate agent, such as Stevens & Pickering. 1942-05-23 R&W Amalgamated with C. H. Crammond. 1951-04-18 (SMH) R&W Stock and Station Agency. -------- -------- -------- -------- Abbreviations Sources. * CumArg&FA = Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers' Advocate. * EmpBris = Empire, Brisbane. * Empire = Empire, Sydney. * MaryCWB&BA = Maryborough Chronicle Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser. * SMH=Sydney Morning Herald. * SyM=Sydney Mail. List link: http://trove.nla.gov.au/list?id=90805 20 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-06-09 BOGD Ratio List Public Some people argue that the cost of a railway is proportion to some power of the gauge: In date order. 1867 - 1 - same 1870 - 1 - ratio 1871 - 1 - ratio 1871 - 3 - cube 1871 - 3 - cube 1876 - 1 - ratio (speed) 1890 - 1 - ratio 1890 - 0 - no ratio 1906 - 2 - square (Hales) 1908 - 1 - ratio (Cant) 1911 - 2 - square 1913 - 1 - ratio (2.0 v 3.6) 13 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-08-28 Diesel Locomotive List Public Timeline Early History 1858-03-18 Rudolf Diesel born in Paris. 1901-05-14 Diesel Motor Co. awarded Patent license in Britain. 1905-01-07 Diesel Locomotive to do 3000 mile trip coast to coast. 1905-02-07 Prototype Diesel by Southern Pacific 200,000lb. 1909-11-03 Diesel Engine by Sulzer for sale plus generator. 1910-00-00 Experimental Diesel Locomotive by Inventor for Bavarian Railways. 1911-06-30 Prototype Internal Combustion Locomotive South Australian Railways 1911-10-23 Prototype Diesel by Diesel Co. for Prussian State Railways 1000 h.p. £12,000. 1911-12-20 Diesel locomotive by Diesel Company for Prussian State Railways, 1000 h.p. ; £12,000. 1912-09-05 (ARGUS) Diesels for Transcontinental Railway. 1912-11-19 Minister contemplates "Oil" locomotive for Port Augusta-Kalgoorlie Railway. 1913-01-03 Diesel Locomotive works visited by Australian representatives. 1913-03-01 Minister O'Malley orders one Diesel Locomotive. 1913-10-13 Prototype Diesel by Sulzer, Switzerland reaches speed of 60mph. 1914-01-14 Oil engine suggested for Transcontinental railway. 1922-11-07 Oil engines to come to rescue from coal-strikes. 1924-09-25 Diesel Locomotive for Shunting LNER 1927-01-24 Prototype Diesel Locomotive by Krupps; 1200 h.p. 1927-01-24 Diesel Locomotive Krupps 1200hp. 1927-01-27 Diesel Locomotive in Germany of 1200hp. 1929-11-17 Diesel Locomotive made by Kerr Stuart on exhibition. 1929-10-08 Diesel Locomotive Kerr Stuart with Robertson Variable Gear 1929-11-17 Diesel Locomotive made by Kerr Stuart on exhibition. 1930-01-15 Experimental Diesel Locomotive in Germany. 1932-11-02 Since 1927, Danish State Railways start introducing Oil-Electric locomotives. 1932-12-21 Diesel Locomotive on Flying Hamburger between Berlin and Hamburg. 1934-00-00 Diesel-powered streamlined train by Electro-Motive Division of G.M. 1935-08-16 Prototype Diesel Locomotive Isis Sugar Mill 2ft 0in gauge 110 h.p. 1935-12-06 Diesel locomotive for timber mill made in Australia. First ever? 1935-12-30 First Diesel locomotive built in Australia for timber tramway. 1939-11-23 Diesel locomotive built Ipswich arrives on Etheridge line. 1948-07-03 Diesel Locomotive licence granted to Clyde Engineering by EMD. 1948-07-06 General Motors to licence diesel locos to Clyde Engineering. 1948-11-20 Diesel locomotive tender for South Australian Railways (Advertiser). 1949-09-15 Diesel Locomotive (narrow gauge) at Exhibition. 1949-09-15 (NMH&MA) 100 hp 2ft 0in gauge diesel locomotive by Ruston and Hornsby of Lincoln. 1950-10-24 Diesel Locomotive and train USA (Photo). 1951-09-11 First Diesel Locomotive in South Australia. 1953-04-17 Diesel Locomotive for QLD cane tramway. Note: Dates are those of newspaper article, not date of reported event. Note: Newspapers are Australian newspapers at National Library of Australia. Abbreviations sources. ======== ======== ======== ======== * NMH&MA = Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners Advocate. 40 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-05-07 dummy List Public 0 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-07-18 Ethel Turner (Author) List Public Born in Yorkshire. Married to Judge H. A. Curlewis. Son Adrian also became a Judge. Died aged 86 in hospital in Mosman, New South Wales. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-10-22 Gauge Error List Public Sometimes newspapers quote incorrect railway gauges. 1871 SA_ 7ft 3in Typo? 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-04-17 Gold Nugget (Size) List Public VLarge_ _1000oz Large__ __100oz Medium ___10oz Small__ ____1oz See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ounce Troy ounce _____ = 31.1g (used mainly for precious metals such as gold.) Avoirdupois ounce = 23.3g 6 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-07-06 Horse Railway List Public Operation of Horse-drawn Railways Dates are date of publication. 1873-07-25 (SouArg) G&VHR Six horse teams hauls gross load of 39 tons with payload of 30 tons over 11.5 mile line. --------- --------- --------- --------- Abbreviations source.* SouArg = Southern Argus. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2017-02-04 Jervis Bay Railway List Public Several routes have been proposed for a railway link to Jervis Bay: * Nowra. *Canberra. *Goulburn. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-06-25 Land Title (Real Property) List Public Land Titles come in a number of forms. 1860-03-10 (Empire) Title unquestionable. 1860-03-10 (Empire) Title unexceptionable 1860-10-09 (Empire) Title, unquestionable. 1880-07-24 (SMH) Title first-class. 1886-05-07 (Globe) Title : Crown Certificate. 1899-04-01 (Age) Crown Certificate. 1927-06-15 (SMH) Title Freehold. Abbreviations, source ======== ======== ======== ======== * Age = Age, Melbourne. * Empire = Empire, Sydney. * Globe = Globe, Sydney. * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald. 6 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2017-01-10 Level Crossing List Public Level Crossings are located at: 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-01-03 Level Crossing NSW North Shore Line List Public Timeline of Level Crossings on NSW North Shore Line Also lists overbridges and underbridges. Dates are for date of newspaper article. 1890-01-01 (SMH) Opening of North Shore Railway Hornsby-St. Leonards, listing level crossings and bridges. 1895-08-03 (AST) Railways to close level crossing and build overbridge at Pymble. 1895-08-06 (EVN) Tenders for further overbridge to replace level crossing at Pymble. 1895-08-13 (SMH) Petition for overbridge north of Pymble. 1895-08-28 (SMH) Proposed abolition of level crossing; deviate Peats Ferry Road to east side of railway. 1896-01-24 ATM3 Lambs-road possible closure. 1896-01-24 ATM4 Gores-road possible closure. 1896-05-09 ATM2 Artarmon Xing Elizabeth street ; hazard and proposed culvert/bridge. 1898-01-19 (SMH) ATM1 Artarmon Xing Elizabeth-street - close with new station. 1898-11-09 (SMH) Proposed station at Killara dependent on closure of four level crossings. 1899-08-26 STL-LDD1 Railway Duplication and Level Crossings. 1899-08-26 STL-LDD1 Chatswood Bay-street to be either closed or replaced by overbridge. 1899-09-07 (SMH) Replace Victoria-street xing with footbridge and subway (Help-street). 1899-10-13 CWD1 Victoria-avenue Xing. 1899-10-13 CWD1 Albert-avenue subway. 1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Albert-avenue. 1900-04-05 (EVN) Duplication STL-LDD. 1900-04-05 (EVN) 00mile 00chain xing Victoria debate about replacement subway. 1900-06-20 (EVN) Dispute over site of subway to replace CWD xing. 1900-07-06 (EVN) Bill in Parliament to close certain level crossings. 1901-12-10 (EVN) Fatal accident RSV-LDD private. 1902-10-18 (SMH) Progress Association requests overbridge to replace xing at Pymble. Suggests gatekeeper. 1903-07-07 (SMH) Petition to replace low-level crossing at St Leonards by bridge. 1906-08-08 (SMH) Wahroonga Progress Association lobbies railways to replace xing with overbridge. 1909-05-08 (EVN) Replacement of Pymble level crossing by bridge further north. 1909-08-27 (STR) Temporary xings while bridges rebuilt for duplication, Treatts, Greengate and Park. 1909-10-25 (SMH) All level crossings eliminated consequent of completion of duplication from Lindfield to Hornsby. 1910-03-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Treatt's Road land sale. 1917-07-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Deputation request delay in closure of PYM-GDN xing. 1926-11-24 (EVN) Mt William Street xing, Gordon, proposed siding and council depot. 1930-01-30 (SMH) Railway catchpoints criticised. Where? 1931-03-25 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing four or five between GDN and LDD near KLR. -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- List of level crossings, bridges and platforms in line order; original zero milepost measured from Hornsby, not from Sydney. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain Hornsby Junction. 1890-01-01 SMH 01mile 40chain Peace's Corner, Platform 264ft. (later renamed Waitara) 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Noonan's Road. 1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 38chain xing public. 1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 58.5 chain Eastern Road (later renamed Wahroonga). 1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 64chain o/br Lane Cove Road and deviated Great Eastern Road.br/ 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Beechworth Road 1890-01-01 SMH 03mile 70~chain xing Lane Cove Road.. 1890-01-01 SMH 03mile 72.5chain Pymble. 1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 04chain u/br Field of Mars and Stoney Creek roads. 1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 16chain xing William Street. 1917-07-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Deputation request delay in closure of PYM-GDN xing. Which one? 1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 67chain o/br Park-avenue. 1890-01-01 SMH 05mile 00chain Gordon. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private? (A1) 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private Powell.(A2) 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private Greengate.(A3) 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Stanhope Road.(A4) 1931-03-25 SMH 00mile 00chain xing four or five between GDN and LDD near KLR. 1910-03-05 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Treatt's Road 46acre land sale. Later o/br 5 chain to north. 1890-01-01 SMH 06mile 44chain Lindfield. Platform 264ft. 1901-12-10 (EVN) Fatal accident RSV-LDD private. 1890-01-01 SMH o/br Archibold's-road (renamed Strickland or Glanville?). 1890-01-01 SMH 07mile 32chain Roseville. Platform ___ft. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain brdg Albert Avenue (renamed Boundary Road ?) 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain u/br William St 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Ashley. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Wilson. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing O'Brien. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Day St. 1899-09-07 (SMH) Replace Victoria-street xing with footbridge and subway (Help-street). 1900-04-05 (EVN) 00mile 00chain xing Victoria debate about replacement subway. 1900-06-20 (EVN) 08mile 00chain Dispute over site of subway to replace xing. 1890-01-01 ___ 08mile __chain u/br (Future) Help Street. 1890-01-01 SMH 08mile __chain xing Victoria Avenue. 1890-01-01 SMH 08mile 29.5chain Chatswood. 1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Albert-avenue. 1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Bland-street (ATM). 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain u/br Albert Avenue. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Carlotta Street. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Mowbray Road (sic u/br). 1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Bland-street (ATM). 1890-01-01 SMH 09mile 06chain u/br Brand street (??) 1890-01-01 SMH 09mile 67chain culvert. 1890-01-01 00mile 00chain Elizabeth Street diverted. 1898-04-16 SMH 09mile 22chain xing Land near level xing about 1¼ mile north of St. Leonards station. 1896-01-24 (SMH) 00mile 00chain Lamb's-road request closure. 1896-01-24 (SMH) 00mile 00chain Gore's-road requested closure. 1890-01-01 SMH 10mile 42chain St Leonards. 1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Lane Cove Road; double track. -------- -------- -------- -------- Renamed Roads Peat's Ferry Road becomes Pacific Highway. Lane Cove Road becomes Gordon Road becomes Pacific Highway. Great Eastern Road becomes Eastern Road. Field of Mars Road becomes Ryde Road. Stoney Creek Road becomes Mona Vale Road. Treatt's Road becomes Treatts Road (no apostrophe.) Archibold's-road becomes Glanville Road ? Albert Avenue (Chatswood) becomes Boundary Road. -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- Abbreviations STL St Leonards. ATM Artarmon. CWD Chatswood. RSV Roseville. LDD Lindfield. HBY Hornsby -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- AST Australian Star.. EVN Evening News. KHS Ku-ring-gai Historical Society. SMH Sydney Morning Herald. STR The Star, Sydney. xing = Level Crossing u/br = Underbridge (road under rail) o/br = Overbridge (road over rail). Note1: with Electrification in the 1920s, platforms extended to 520ft. Note2: names of some streets may have changed. Note3: other xings and bridges may have been added later. See also: List "Railway Accident NSW North Shore Line." 29 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-06-18 Level Crossing WA Maddington List Public Accidents, etc., at the Maddington, WA, Level Crossing(s): Dates are date of publishing, not necessarily date of accident. Separate newspapers may report same incident. Road crosses double rail tracks. There appear to be more than one level crossings at Maddington. Albany Road; Stokely Road; Morley Street; and Maddington Road? 1914-11-07 Morley-st pedestrian crossing proposed L31. 1920-05-07 Albany Road. Collision with horse-drawn "turnout"; 3 killed; 2 injured. Darkness. 1920-05-14 (05-08) Collision; Thornton Family. "The Week", Brisbane. Dark. 1920-05-20 Collision with horse and cart; 3 killed 1920-05-27 Coroner's inquiry. 1920-05-28 Coroner's Jury recommended more adequate protection. 1921-04-25 Near miss; both car and train stopped. 1922-02-02 Lucky escape. Horse killed. 1926-10-10 Lucky escape. Man injured. Horse killed. Crossing in middle of rail S-bends. 1928-02-20 Near miss swerve and overturn, 4 injured. 1928-02-20 Near miss. 4 brothers injured. Car overturns. 1928-05-01 (04-10) Trailing Horse knocked. Fine. Second train. Quarter mile Rule. 1928-12-05 Narrow escape. Motor truck. Charged at City Court. 1928-12-06 Near miss. Fine. 1929-04-22 Lucky escape. 1929-06-02 (04-21) Court case. Quarter mile rule. 1929-08-29 (08-28) Motorcyclist collision. 1929-09-05 Coroner inquiry. Particular danger. 1932-02-08 Signs Painted on Roadway (Diagram) * Are these painted signs visible when the roadway is covered with rain or snow? 1932-04-30 (04-29) Collision with car. 3 men killed. Nighttime & fog. 1932-07-14 (07-13) Collision with car ; 2 killed 1932-07-17 Picture. 1936-02-01 Collision with car; 3 woman killed. 1936-02-12 Outrage. Worst unprotected crossing. Warning signs painted on road. Whistling for 200 yards. 1936-02-05 Suggestion : Archway and neon sign on road. 1936-03-09 (01-30) Inquest; 3 killed. Whistled. Car driver unaware. 1936-09-19 Flashing light system; beware second train. 1939-03-17 Signals Flashlight (done 1936-37) 1947-03-14 (03-13) Collision with second train. Truck wrecked. 1947-06-14 (05-29) Manslaughter charge for driver of collision car. 1947-06-16 (05-29) Farmer Nixon killed in collision. 1947-06-14 (05-20) Charge of unlawful killing. 1947-06-16 (05-29) Arrest of driver charged with unlawful killing. 1947-07-02 While overtaking truck, car driver failed to see flashing lights. 1 killed. 1947-07-22 (05-29) Charge dropped due to insufficient evidence. 1947-09-23 (05-29) Driver of fatal car collision fined £15 with £2/9/ costs. 1949-11-02 (09-04) Fine of £5, with 4/ costs for crossed with train within quarter mile. 1951-07-05 (07-04) Collision with car. 2 injured. 1951-09-28 Collision. Whistle and lights working. Fine £5. 1952-02-10 (02-10) Utility collision. 1 injured. 1952-02-11 Collision with Utility. One injured. 1952-02-21 Flashing Light Signals ordered for Armadale and 4 others. 1953-11-05 Maddington Road Flashing Lights installed. 1953-11-05 Maddington-rd. 40th Flashing light crossing. 1954-03-14 Collision, Maddington Road, 1 injured. 1954-03-18 Collision a few months after warning lights installed. Stoker injured. 1954-10-26 Cyclist jumped off bike in time to safety. 48 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-05-05 Level Crossing WA Maddington 2 List Public Dates are date of publishing, not necessary date of accident. 1954-03-14 Collision, Madding Road, 1 injured. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-05-28 Lightning Death List Public Timeline of Deaths due to Lightning strikes. Does not include non-fatal accidents and incidents, or animal deaths. 1923-03-09 Arthur Teale, NSW Nyngan (aged 23) on road. 1939-12-03 Mrs. Mona Bromley (36) at Gosford, NSW, sitting at table. Dates are dates of article in newspaper, not date of reported incident. 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-07-03 Message in a Bottle List Public Second list with this name. 22 June 2015. 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-06-22 namesake Kiamala List Private TroveList "namesake Kiamala". 1843-03-02 (SMH) place Kiamala. Mackee and McNaught. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-10-27 Ormonoid List Public For List minus List Items, see "Ormonoid XYZ". Ormonoid is a bituminous roofing material, especially for flat roofs. Dates are dates of newspaper article, not of incident such as an accident. A decade by decade frequency count of items found in Trove newspapers for "Ormoid" is as follows (subject to alteration) (as at 2017-04-03) :-- 1990-1999 (___1) 1980-1989 (_574) 1970-1979 (_480) 1960-1969 (_563) 1950-1959 (4,061) 1940-1949 (4,796) 1930-1939 (2,434) 1920-1929 (1,464) 1910-1919 (_247) 1900-1909 (___0) As scanning errors are corrected, these counts will rise or fall as the case may be. Scanning errors include: * oNNonoid. (NN should be RM) (missed match). * orm0noid. (zero should be O). (missed match). * ormonoiA. (A should be D). (missed match). * ormonde (false match found by Trove's "Fuzzy" search. * etc. Also as more decades are scanned. The decline in counts above 1955 may indicate: * competition from other roofing materials, or * Trove's failure to scan texts beyond 1955. List "Ormonoid" Contains a one summary of the List Items. ======== ======== ======= ======== 1915-09-02 (FJ) Trade Mark application for "Ormonoid". This is a very early mention of "Ormonoid". 1916-12-08 (F&S) Approved by Public Works Department of New South Wales. Cement for joints and nails free. 1919-07-26 (ArmChron) Rolls 72 feet (24 yards) long, 36 inches (3 feet; 915mm) wide, 3 thicknesses (?). Dampcourses. 117 Salisbury Road, Stanmore. 1919-08-15 (DL&MA) Ormonoid does not affect drinking water. 117 Salisbury Rd., Stanmore. 1935-09-14 (WS&RA) Ormonoid Flooring in red, green or gray. 1938-07-22 (SMH) Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalts, Ltd., share issue oversubscribed. 1943-02-10 (Const) Ormonoid Roofing & Asphalts Ltd. 39 Mentmore Ave. Waterloo. Phone MA6584. 1946-09-25 (CairnsP) 3-Ply 72ft Rolls by 3ft wide. 50/- roll. 10d. foot. 1947-03-14 (CairnsP) Fatal accident at Ormonoid factory, Rosebury. Explosion burns Cyril O'Grady. 1947-03-15 (03-14) (Merc,H) Factory Accident at Rosebery at Ormonoid Roof Co. 1947-10-03 (BenEns) Ormonoid used to cover cricket wicket. 1949-09-11 (NMH&MA) Ormonoid Co., 253 Hunter-st., Newcastle West. Tel B2157. 1950-06-05 (C-H) Advt. Ormonoid "Duraseal" for waterproofing and stopping leaks. 14 Commercial Road, Bulimba, Brisbane. L4514. 1952-08-01 (F&S) Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalts Ltd at 242 Bourke Street, Waterloo, NSW. 1953-08-27 (SMH) STENOGRAPHER. Wanted for responsible position. Excellent salary plus profit-sharing bonus. Apply ORMONOID Co., 888 Bourke Street, Waterloo. MX3575. 1954-09-20 (NMH&MA) Ormonoid Roof Spray in silver, red, green or black. 2017-04-06 (Ggle) Various Ormanoid products still on sale. Abbreviations (source). ======== ======== ======== ======== * ArmChron = Armidale Chronicle. * BenEns = Benalla Ensign. * CairnsP = Cairns Post. * C&LGJ = Construction and Local Government Journal. * Const. = Construction. * C-M = Courier-Mail, Brisbane. * DL&MA = Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate. * F&S = Farmer and Settler. * FJ = Freeman's Journal. * Ggle = Google. * Merc,H = Mercury, Hobart. * NMH&MA = Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald. * (WS&RA) = Western Star & Roma Advertiser, Toowoomba, QLD. ======== ======== ======== ======== Ormonoid came in rolls 72 feet (24 yards) long and 36 inches (3 feet, 915mm) wide, which were unrolled to cover a flat roof. Adjacent sheets were made to overlap, using bituminous paint to seal the join. Ormonoid's black colour made it go soft in the hot sun, and it possibly cracked when it cooled down again. It did not seem to be perfectly waterproof. The Ormonoid roof in question was later replace with Aluminium sheets, called ___________. Ormonoid is glued into place, and does not need nails; nails and their nail holes would allow water to enter especially under conditions of strong winds. 18 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2017-04-04 Ormonoid XYZ List Public For List minus List Items, see "Ormonoid XYZ". Ormonoid is a bituminous roofing material, especially for flat roofs. Dates are dates of newspaper article, not of incident such as an accident. A decade by decade frequency count of items found in Trove newspapers for "Ormoid" is as follows (subject to alteration) (as at 2017-04-03) :-- 1990-1999 (___1) 1980-1989 (_574) 1970-1979 (_480) 1960-1969 (_563) 1950-1959 (4,061) 1940-1949 (4,796) 1930-1939 (2,434) 1920-1929 (1,464) 1910-1919 (_247) 1900-1909 (___0) As scanning errors are corrected, these counts will rise or fall as the case may be. Scanning errors include: * oNNonoid. (NN should be RM) * orm0noid. (zero should be O). * ormonoiA. (A should be D). * etc. Also as more decades are scanned. The decline in counts above 1955 may indicate: * competition from other roofing materials, or * Trove's failure to scan texts beyond 1955. List "Ormonoid" Contains a one summary of the List Items. ======== ======== ======= ======== 1915-09-02 (FJ) Trade Mark application for "Ormonoid". This is a very early mention of "Ormonoid". 1916-12-08 (F&S) Approved by Public Works Department of New South Wales. Cement for joints and nails free. 1919-07-26 (ArmChron) Rolls 72 feet (24 yards) long, 36 inches (3 feet; 915mm) wide, 3 thicknesses (?). Dampcourses. 117 Salisbury Road, Stanmore. 1919-08-15 (DL&MA) Ormonoid does not affect drinking water. 117 Salisbury Rd., Stanmore. 1938-07-22 (SMH) Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalts, Ltd., share issue oversubscribed. 1943-02-10 (Const) Ormonoid Roofing & Asphalts Ltd. 39 Mentmore Ave. Waterloo. Phone MA6584. 1946-09-25 (CairnsP) 3-Ply 72ft Rolls by 3ft wide. 50/- roll. 10d. foot. 1947-03-14 (CairnsP) Fatal accident at Ormonoid factory, Rosebury. Explosion burns Cyril O'Grady. 1947-03-15 (03-14) (Merc,H) Factory Accident at Rosebery at Ormonoid Roof Co. 1947-10-03 (BenEns) Ormonoid used to cover cricket wicket. 1950-06-05 (C-H) Advt. Ormonoid "Duraseal" for waterproofing and stopping leaks. 14 Commercial Road, Bulimba, Brisbane. L4514. 2017-04-06 (Ggle) Various Ormanoid products still on sale. Abbreviations (source). ======== ======== ======== ======== * ArmChron = Armidale Chronicle. * BenEns = Benalla Ensign. * CairnsP = Cairns Post. * C&LGJ = Construction and Local Government Journal. * Const. = Construction. * C-M = Courier-Mail, Brisbane. * DL&MA = Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate. * F&S = Farmer and Settler. * FJ = Freeman's Journal. * Ggle = Google. * Merc,H = Mercury, Hobart. * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald. ======== ======== ======== ======== Ormonoid came in rolls 72 feet (24 yards) long and 36 inches (3 feet, 915mm) wide, which were unrolled to cover a flat roof. Adjacent sheets were made to overlap, using bituminous paint to seal the join. Ormonoid's black colour made it go soft in the hot sun, and it possibly cracked when it cooled down again. It did not seem to be perfectly waterproof. The Ormonoid roof in question was later replace with Aluminium sheets, called ___________. Ormonoid is glued into place, and does not need nails; nails and their nail holes would allow water to enter especially under conditions of strong winds. 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2017-04-07 Oschatz family PQR List Public 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2017-02-01 Paddle Steamer List Public Paddle Steamer (Australian) names include (in alphabetical order) : * (o/g = ocean going) (r/s = river steamer) * (Fuel) (such as Leigh Creek Coal) * (Unnamed) * Adelaide * Adonis (116 tons) (lost?) * Agnes * Albert * Albury * Alert * Alexandra (o/g) * Alfred * Alpha * Annie * Ariel * Australien * Ballarat * Ballina (resurface) * Bantam * Bellarine * Blanche * Bourke * Brewarrina * Bullarra * Bunyip * Burrabogie * Cadell * Camally (r/s) * Captain Sturt * Cato * City of Brisbane (renamed to Sydney) * Coonawarra ("black swan") * ____ * Culgoa * Cumberoona * Corowa * Corrong * Daisy * Decoy * Demini * Edina * Edwards * Elizabeth * Emily Jane * Emma * Endeavour * Enterprise * Ethel Jackson * Etona (2nd) (floating church) * Eureka * Excelsior * Fairy * Florence Annie * Freetrader * Gannet * Gem * Golconda * Goldsborough * Goldsbrough (sic) * Grappler * Hero * Hygeia * Industry * Invincible * Jandra * Jane Eliza * Jolly Miller * Jupiter * Kangaroo * Kate * Kelpie * Kembla (o/g) * Kennedy * Kingfisher * Kookaburra * Lady Ashton * Lady Daly * Lady of the Lake * Little Wonder * Lucy * Maggie * Maitland (shipwrecked) * Mannum * Marion * Mary Ann * Melbourne * Mobilia * Monarch * Morgan * Morse * Mundoo * Murrabit (fiction) * Murray * Murrumbidgee * Namoi * Natone * Newcastle * Nil Desperandum * Ozone * Pearl * Pevensey * ________ * Pioneer * Pride of the Murray * Prince Alfred * Princess * Princess Royal * Pyap * Queen * Renmark * Riverina * Rob Roy * Rodney * Royal (?) * Ruby * Seeandbee * Shamrock * Shannon * Success * Sydney (renamed from City of Brisbane) * Tolarno * Trafalgar * Tyro (burned) (1200) * Ulonga * Undaunted * Varcoe (Builder) * Venus (later renamed Murray) * Vesta * Victoria * Wagga * Wahgunyah * Wandering Jew * Wanira * Waradgery * Wahgunyah * Weroona * Weeroona (sic) * Wilcannia * Woorooma At their peak, there were about 190 paddle steamers on the Murray-Darling rivers. Paddle Steamer Barge * Maggie Paddle Steamer (Foreign/Overseas/Non-Australian) names include: * Koenigin Luise [DEU] (collision) * Leopold II [BEL] (BEL = Belguim) * Premier [UK] * Royal Eagle [UK] (HMS) * Silva Americano [PT] (PT= ISO code for Portugal) * Victoria and Albert [UK] * Wakatere (NZL) == See also == *[[Paddle Steamer Barge]] 118 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-06-14 Tags: Paddle Steamer Paddle Steamer Barge List Public Barges include : * (Unnamed) * Belub * Belson * Benduck * Blue Bells * Darling * Eclipse * Goulburn * Horace * Lancashire Witch * Leviathan * Mildura * Namoi * Robbie Burns * Sarah Jane * Scottish Chief * Shamrock * Tongo * Union * Woorooma * Wyuna == See also == * [[Paddle Steamer]] 3 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-06-25 Paddle Steamer2 List Public Testing Paddle Steamer2 __________________________________________________ ____________________________ Testing 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-06-17 Patent Medicine List Public This list contains a list of Patent Medicines which are often tagged "Patent Medicine" Order - Alphabetical. * Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, * Beecham's Pills * Cockle's Antibilious Pills, for the Liver, etc. * Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne. * Holloway's Pills * Kay's " Linseed Compound" for Coughs and Colds * 1862-09-01 (BendA) Keating's Children's Worm Tablets. * Martin's Apiol and Steel Pills. * Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. -------- -------- -------- Order Chronological. 1862-09-01 (BendA) Keating's Children's Worm Tablets. 1917-07-04 (KI&SA) Cockle's Antibilious Pills, for the Liver, etc. Patent Medicines may be headed: * Patent Medicine * Patent Cure * Or no particular heading at all. -------- -------- -------- Abbreviations Sources. * BendA = Bendigo Advertiser. * KI&SA = Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser. 9 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-06-15 Punt (Boat) List Public LIST OF PUNT (BOAT) Mannam Wiseman's Ferry 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2012-06-04 Queen Victoria Building List Public 1923 Fear of undermining by Tunnelling 1933 Musuem site 1934 Road Widening 1942 Air Raid Shelter 4 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-12-08 Rail Weight List Public Rail Weight are measured in pounds per yard (3 feet), abbreviated to lb/yd. To obtain metric weight in kg/m, divide by two approximately. The heavier the rail on a railway or tramway, the heavier (axle load) and faster the locomotives and rolling stock can go. The weight of the rail, and other information, is embossed on the web of the steel rail, including: * 018lb * 020lb * 041lb (India) * 107lb * etc. 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-06-15 Railway Accident List Public Railway Accidents include: 1908-06-03 NSW Murrurundi 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-01-03 Railway Accident NSW North Shore List Public Railway accidents between North Sydney and Hornsby via Gordon Dates are of publication of newspaper, not date of accident. 1928-04-28 Lindfield. Fall from train. 1931-04-25 Collision Killara; 40 injured. 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-05-25 Railway Accident NSW North Shore Line List Public Timeline of accidents on the NSW North Shore Line. This is a List on the National Library of Australia "Trove" website. 1901-02-07 (SMH) Elderly lady killed at Wahroonga level crossing. 1910-06-07 (GIE) Fettler, Patrick Morris, 48, struck by train between Hornsby and Waitara. Fatal. 1924-03-19 (NHD) Ernest Blag, while crossing line, was struck by loco. Fatal. 1946-05-22 (TLB) Lady falls beneath train at Waitara. Fatal. Abbreviations: GIE Glen Innes Express. NHD Northern Herald, Cairns. SMH Sydney Morning Herald. TLB Telegraph, Brisbane. See also: List "Level Crossing NSW North Shore Line". 5 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-07-23 Railway Commissioner List Public Timeline of Railway Commissioners by State. 1883 NSW Chas. A. Goodchap. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-05-26 Railway Electric Train Staff & Electric Tablet List Public List: "Railway Electric Train Staff & Electric Tablet". Timeline of single line token systems. These systems are for efficiently working single line sections. Date are are mostly date of publication, not of incident. 1876-10-21 (AT&CJ) Head-on collision on single line at Midsomer Norton, S&DJR. ____ __ __ Absolute Block; no tokens, no starting signals, "Right oh, Jack", not realizing both Guards named "Jack". 1890-__-__ (SMH) ETT Early instalation Picton-Mittagong. 1890-02-22 (GEPP) Tablet instructions. 1890-06-02 (BFP&MJ) Comparison of Electric Tablet and Electric Staff. 1890-06-16 (BFP&MJ) Maker of ETS Webb & Thompson. 1891-01-17 (NMH&MA) Trial ETS on Morpeth branch. 1892-00-00 (BrisC) Electric token (staff or tablet?) introduce in which state? 1892-04-16 (NeapT) ETS installed Penrith-Glenbrook; hope replace OTS and tablet. 1894-03-08 (GEPP) Quirk's Train Tablet Exchanger. 1894-03-09 (GoulbH) Invention by W. McQuirk of Automatic Tablet Exchanger. 1894-03-24 (IllaM) 3 Sacked for not putting tablet through through instrum 1894-03-29 (KI&SA) Irregularity; sackings; did not pass tablet through instrument. 1895-11-21 (GeelA) ETT description. 1900-06-15 (BrisC) Electric token introduced in 1892. 1900-06-30 (Qlndr) Tablets to be made of celluvert, lighter than metal. 1900-07-11 (PPR&NWM) Unlike ETS, ETT Tablet cannot be put back in. 1900-10-13 (SCT&WA) Tablet dropped under wheels and broken. 1902-06-10 (DCN&SL) Import of 6 cs of Table Instruments from Britain. 1902-11-01 (TeleB) Lecture ; ETS by Webb and Thompson. 1905-09-23 (QLNDR) Tablet in New Zealand. 1905-09-26 (SMH) ETT Description, size, and earliest (1890). 1908-06-13 (Argus) Train leaves Violet Town with wrong Tablet. 1908-09-18 (HorshT) Delay caused by spider between ETS contacts. 1908-09-22 (WWExp) ETS failed due to spider on contacts. 1911-07-05 (EVN) Request some AWS. Adopt some automatic arrangement. 1911-07-06 (Bal-Star) Request same AWS. 1911-07-06 (MAlexM) Request for same AWS. 1911-07-06 (DT-L) Request for same AWS. 1911-07-06 (GeeA) Request for same AWS. 1911-07-07 (DH-Adel) Crew to take more care with Token. 1911-07-07 (DAd-WW) Request same AWS. 1911-07-10 (SMH) LEDFCA Enginedriver Union request some automatic arrangement to prevent engines entering single line section without token. ____ __ __ This request widely reported in other newspapers. 1914-02-06 (Tele-B) £146 for installation of electric train staff between Dalby and Jondowaic. 1914-03-19 (DStand) ETS cost £350 between Helidon and Lockyer. 1916-01-03 (TeleB) Automatic Warning System. 1920-11-20 (Chron-A) QLD-Westwood; head-on collision due to brake failure. 1921-02-05 (World-H) O/S UK:Inquest of Abermule head-on collision. (AWTH) 1922-07-12 (DCN&SL) Patent App Automatic operation of ETS - Seery. 1924-03-29 (SingA) Seat should have be turned around so that name not visible from train. (AWTH) 1926-04-16 (NStar) VIC: Droin. Head-on collision in yards. 1927-05-23 (BrisC) ETS Failure between Cooroy and Eumundi. 1929-02-07 (RN-P) Manufacture of ETS staffs from 1¾ in. x No. 18 gauge duralumin tubing. 1929-02-08 (DCN&SL) Duralumin tubes 1¼in. x No. 18 gauge for making ETS staffs. 1930-04-16 (WestA) TAS: Headon collision in Wyena-Golconda section; cause unknown. 1933-03-28 (NS-Dar) SA: Head on collision near Warramboo in section. 1933-10-13 (Tele-B) QLD-Eudlo; head-on at station or in section? -------- --------- -------- -------- -------- Abbreviations Sources: * AT&CJ = Australian Town and Country Journal. * Bal-Start = Ballarat Star. * BFP&MJ = Bathurst Free Press and Miners' Journal. * BrisC = Brisbane Courier. * Chron-A = Chronicle, Adelaide. * DAd-WW = DailyAdvertiser, Wagga Wagga. * DCN&SL = Daily Commercial News and Shipping List. * DH-Adel = Daily Herald, Adelaide. * DStand = Daily Standard - Brisbane. * DT-L = Daily Telegraph - Launceston. * EVN = Evening News, Sydney. * GeeA = Geelong Advertiser. * GEPP = Goulburn Evening Penny Post. * GoulH = Goulburn Herald. * HorshT = Horsham Times. * IllaM = Illawarra Mercury. * KI&SA = Kiama Independent and Shoalhave Advertiser. * MAlexM = Mt Alexander Mail. * NeapT = Nepean Times. * NMH&MA = Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. * NStar = Northern Star. * PPR&NWM = Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Main. * QLNDR = Queenslander. * RN-P = Register News-Pictorial, Adelaide. * SCT&WA + South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus. * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald. * TeleB = Telegraph, Brisbane. * WestA = West Australian. * World-H = World, Hobart * WWExp = Wagga Wagga Express. -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- Abbreviations Other: * AWTH = Accident Waiting To Happen, aka Murphy's Law. * LEDFCA = Locomotive Engine Drivers, Firemen and Cleaners Association. * S&DJR = Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway. 44 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-09-01 Railway League List Public List of Railway Leagues. 1914 Kyogle 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-12-06 Railway Robbery List Public This list lists some Railway Robberies. * 1919 Perth. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-01-18 Railway Rolling Stock Maker List Public Companies that make railway Rolling Stock. 1900 QLD Toowoomba Foundry Company. 1913 SA S. Perry (boiler) 1948 ??? Perry Engineering Co (Diesel Locomotive) 3 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-04-11 Railway Train Load List Public Railway Train Loads Year State Loco Level-Load Gradient Gradient-Load 1894 VIC R 800T 1in040 125T 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-10-02 Railway Tunnel List Public Railway tunnels 1888-12-22 (Colont) TAS 1887 02310ft TAS Scotsdale O/S 0000 17000ft JPN Tanna O/S 1905 21576ft HEV Simpleon 1912-12-28 (BallSt) 30000 foot tunnel O/S Sierra Nevada. Abbreviations sources. ======== ======== ======== ======== * BallSt = Ballarat Start, Victoria. * Colont = Colonist,TAS 4 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-08-29 Richardson and Wrench (Share Price) List Public Timeline of R&W Share price at Stock Exchange. 1896-01-09 R&W share buy 1s. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-06-11 Richardson and Wrench2 List Public Timeline for Richardson and Wrench. R&W was and still is a business dealing in amongst other things, real estate. 1865-09-02 R&W Auctioneers, Valuers, Brokers, Land, Stock, and Station Agents. 1865-09-02 R&W Sales Room at 142 Pitt-street. 1867-10-19 Auction at Pitt-street does not mention street number of address. 1881-08-23 Advertisement for Real Estate auctions. Held at 92 Pitt-st, Sydney. 1923-04-28 R&W Auctions were often conducted "in conjunction with" another real estate agent, such as Stevens & Pickering. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-06-09 Steamships List Public steamship Iron Master 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2014-04-26 TCCC List Public The following tags are or seem to be used when the Text is Completely and Comprehensively Corrected. 1803-03-05 (SG&NSWA) TCCC 1803-03-05 (SG&NSWA) Corrected in Full. 1895-05-25 (Leader) vicfix-done. -------- -------- -------- Abbreviations. Leader = Leader Melbourne. SG&NSWA = Sydney Gazetter and New South Wales Advertiser. 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-08-14 Text Spelling List Public Old spelling different from current. * 1887. Mc was M' * 1918. Employees was employes. * 1924. Tomorrow was To-morrow. * 1925. Employees was employes. * 1926. Menindee was Menindie * 1931. Employees. * 1954. Today now with no hyphen. 7 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-11-11 Tollbar List Public Timeline of tollbars in the various states. 1930-05-24 NSW Mount Victoria Old Tollhouse (Picture). 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-06-19 Trove Grammar Old List Public Shows how grammar, punctuation and spelling changes over the eras. 1884-12-01 (SMH) "281, Pitt-street." Comma between house number and street name. 1884-12-01 (SMH) "TORRENS' TITLE." Spelled with apostrophe. 1888-03-29 (Age) "Employee" spelled "employé with "é acute", as per French. 1924-06-10 (Argus) "Employee" spelled with double "ee". 1924-06-10 (WAust) Abbreviation "Phone" spelled with apostrophe "'Phone". 1939-08-18 (AE&NEGA) Tennis match decided by total number of sets rather than total number of sets. 1947-08-25 (TeleBris) "General" required live in, week-ends free, good wages. A "general" is a kind of jack-of-all-trades servant. 1952-02-02 (Advert) Block is "situate" in popular locality. Becomes "situated". -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- Abbreviations Source. * Advert = Advertiser, Adelaide. * AE&NEGA = Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser. * Age = Age, Melbourne. * Argus = Argus, Melbourne. * SMH = Sydney Morning Australia. * TeleBris = Telegraph, Brisbane. * WAust = West Australian. 7 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2017-02-05 Txxt JJJJ List Private TroveList of search strings. 2016-11-06 "ichard nch NOT(TCCC)" 00699 2016-11-06 "ichard ench NOT(TCCC)" 00460. 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-11-06 Txxt Language Latin List Public Unknown Latin phrases.br/ 1909-09-17 WP,B "Multim in parvo." -------- -------- -------- -------- Abbreviations (sources) * WP,B = Wooroona Producer, Balaklava. 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2017-03-29 Txxt Reduplicated Name List Public List of double names such as "Wagga Wagga". * Cal Cal (NSW) * Buq Buq (O/S Libya) 2 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-06-16 Txxt Spelling List Public Contains words whose spelling has changed over the decades or centuries. 1811-12-21 "73rd" spelled "73d" (third). 1858-09-13 "Menindee" 23,841. 1859-01-26 "Menindie" 88,311. 1878-08-27 "Brake" (Railway) spelled "Break". 1912-05-18 (SMH) "Situated" spelled "Situate". 1922-12-01 "Employee" spelled "Employe". 1923-09-13 "Employee" spelled "Employe". 1928-01-14 (WA) "were as follows :—" spelled "were as follow :—". 1947-10-21 "Qantas" spelled "Quantas". 1947-10-21 "Today" not spelled "To-day". This files should not list every occurrence of the misspelling of say "employe", but rather an earliest and a latest example. Newspapers: (SMH) = Sydney Morning Herald. (WA) = West Australian. 10 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-06-11 Txxt Tag Error List Public TroveList "Txxt Tag Error". See RSref86250 See RSref86415 See RSref86553 2016-11-23 19:02 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/17602441?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20catastrophe%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=l-state=New+South+Wales#" -------- -------- 2016-11-24 13:35 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/167763493?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20catastrophe%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=exactPhrase|||anyWords|||notWords|||requestHandler|||dateFrom|||dateTo|||sortby#heve.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/167763493?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20catastrophe%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=exactPhrase|||anyWords|||notWords|||requestHandler|||dateFrom|||dateTo|||sortby#" (May have clicked on Mouse twice). -------- -------- 2016-11-24 16:49 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/161762955?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20catastrophe%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=l-state=South+Australia#" (Mouse Left Button; Button may have been hit hard.) -------- -------- 2016-11-26 16:25 Txxt Tag Error "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/148658036?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20smash%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=exactPhrase|||anyWords|||notWords|||requestHandler|||dateFrom|||dateTo|||sortby#" (Moving Mouse while editing Tag). -------- -------- 2016-11-27 19:42 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/71603833/6250344#" (Hard to say what happened while editing line. 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"The tall can keep their heads above water longer." 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2015-08-17 ZZZZZZZZ List Public 1 items created by: public:SheffieldPark 2016-06-26

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    Test List.

    1900-06-26 (HamSpec) Attack on Railway Bridge.

    2017-05-21 (SMH) List name length less than 100 characters

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  3. (REAA) Richardson and Wrench
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    Timeline for Richardson and Wrench. (Max 1000 items)
    R&W was and still is a business dealing in amongst other things, real estate.
    Date given are for date of newspaper.

    1862-10-02 MaryCWB&BA R&W Stock and Station Agents.
    1865-09-02 (SyM) R&W Auctioneers, Valuers, Brokers, Land, Stock, and Station Agents.
    1865-09-02 R&W Sales Room at 142 Pitt-street.
    1867-10-19 (Empire) R&W Auction at Pitt-street does not mention street number of address.
    1868-02-29 R&W Wool sales; 121 bales.
    1881-08-23 (SMH) R&W Advertisement for Real Estate auctions. Held at 92 Pitt-st, Sydney.
    1889-03-16 R&W Still a partnership.
    1889-07-12 R&W Now a company.
    1890-10-25 R&W Temporary salerooms at 113 Pitt-street.
    1893-05-06 (SMH) Abbreviation "R. & W." used in advt.
    1893-11-22 (EmpBris) R&W Alleged embezzlement by Sidney Davis, managing clerk.
    1894-07-21 (CumA*FA) R&W give valuation for arbitration case re resumption of land for Dural railway.
    1897-03-10 R&W Auctioneers and Valuators.
    1904-03-07 R&W Share price 11s.
    1914-04-01 R&W address at 98 Pitt-street.
    1912-04-17 R&W Address at 98 Pitt-street, City.
    1923-04-28 R&W Auctions were often conducted "in conjunction with" another real estate agent, such as Stevens & Pickering.
    1942-05-23 R&W Amalgamated with C. H. Crammond.
    1951-04-18 (SMH) R&W Stock and Station Agency.

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    Abbreviations Sources.
    * CumArg&FA = Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers' Advocate.
    * EmpBris = Empire, Brisbane.
    * Empire = Empire, Sydney.
    * MaryCWB&BA = Maryborough Chronicle Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser.
    * SMH=Sydney Morning Herald.
    * SyM=Sydney Mail.


    List link: http://trove.nla.gov.au/list?id=90805

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  4. (SCT&WA)
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    Timeline Early History
    In chronological order.
    Also called Engine and Motor.

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    1858-03-18 Rudolf Diesel born in Paris.
    1893-01-XX (SCT&WA) (1951-04-02) Rudolph Diesel publishes paper "Theory and Construction of a Rational Heat Engine."
    1894-06-16 (BenInd) Ballarat Independent Novel motor of Herr Diesel small than steam engine of equivalent power.
    1901-05-14 Diesel Motor Co. awarded Patent license in Britain.
    1905-01-07 Diesel Locomotive to do 3000 mile trip coast to coast.
    1905-02-07 Prototype Diesel by Southern Pacific 200,000lb.
    1905-04-08 (E&T) Wonderful performance of Diesel Locomotive.
    1905-06-03 (Truth,P) Diesel locomotive for Southern Pacific Railroad of USA.
    1906-05-26 (MornBull) Three 240 b.h.p. locomotives for Swadlinton Railway (UK). Steep 1in11 Grades.
    1909-11-03 Diesel Engine by Sulzer for sale plus generator.
    1910-00-00 Experimental Diesel Locomotive by Inventor for Bavarian Railways.
    1911-06-30 Prototype Internal Combustion Locomotive South Australian Railways
    1911-10-23 Prototype Diesel by Diesel Co. for Prussian State Railways 1000 h.p. £12,000.
    1911-12-20 Diesel locomotive by Diesel Company for Prussian State Railways, 1000 h.p. ; £12,000.
    1912-09-05 (ARGUS) Diesels for Transcontinental Railway.
    1912-11-19 Minister contemplates "Oil" locomotive for Port Augusta-Kalgoorlie Railway.
    1913-01-03 Diesel Locomotive works visited by Australian representatives.
    1913-03-01 Minister O'Malley orders one Diesel Locomotive.
    1913-10-13 Prototype Diesel by Sulzer, Switzerland reaches speed of 60mph.
    1913-12-08 (Sun) Diesel Locomotive for fast express use.
    1913-12-31 (S&BDP) Drowned Body of Dr. Rudolf Diesel found.
    1914-01-14 Oil engine suggested for Transcontinental railway.
    1922-11-07 Oil engines to come to rescue from coal-strikes.
    1924-09-25 Diesel Locomotive for Shunting LNER
    1927-01-24 Prototype Diesel Locomotive by Krupps; 1200 h.p.
    1927-01-24 Diesel Locomotive Krupps 1200hp.
    1927-01-27 Diesel Locomotive in Germany of 1200hp.
    1927-01-24 (Tele,B) International inspection of Krupps 1200 hp diesel locomotive.
    1928-09-07 (KalgM) Investigation in UK re Diesel Locomotive for TransAustralian Railway.
    1929-11-17 Diesel Locomotive made by Kerr Stuart on exhibition.
    1929-10-08 Diesel Locomotive Kerr Stuart with Robertson Variable Gear
    1929-11-17 Diesel Locomotive made by Kerr Stuart on exhibition.
    1930-01-15 Experimental Diesel Locomotive in Germany.
    1932-11-02 Since 1927, Danish State Railways start introducing Oil-Electric locomotives.
    1932-12-21 Diesel Locomotive on Flying Hamburger between Berlin and Hamburg.
    1934-00-00 Diesel-powered streamlined train by Electro-Motive Division of G.M.
    1934-11-23 (TeleB) Study tour to Europe regarding Diesel locomotives by H. S. Dean, B.E.
    1934-12-11 (CourierM) Dieselisation opposed. Letter to Editor.
    1935-08-16 Prototype Diesel Locomotive Isis Sugar Mill 2ft 0in gauge 110 h.p.
    1935-12-06 Diesel locomotive for timber mill made in Australia. First ever?
    1935-12-30 First Diesel locomotive built in Australia for timber tramway.
    1937-06-03 (NepeanT) Trial run of Diesel Train to Penrith.
    1937-06-06 (SunTimes) Gold ore railed by diesel locomotive to Wiluna, WA, crusher.
    1939-11-23 Diesel locomotive built Ipswich arrives on Etheridge line.
    1940-08-08 (CairnsP) Diesel introduced to Etheridge line.
    1948-07-03 Diesel Locomotive licence granted to Clyde Engineering by EMD.
    1948-07-06 General Motors to licence diesel locos to Clyde Engineering.
    1948-11-20 Diesel locomotive tender for South Australian Railways (Advertiser).
    1949-09-15 Diesel Locomotive (narrow gauge) at Exhibition.
    1949-09-15 (NMH&MA) 100 hp 2ft 0in gauge diesel locomotive by Ruston and Hornsby of Lincoln.
    1950-10-24 Diesel Locomotive and train USA (Photo).
    1951-09-11 First Diesel Locomotive in South Australia.
    1953-04-17 Diesel Locomotive for QLD cane tramway.

    Note: Dates are those of newspaper article, not date of reported event.
    Note: Newspapers are Australian newspapers at National Library of Australia.

    Abbreviations sources.
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    * BenInd = Ballarat Independent.
    * CairnsP = Cairns Post.
    * CourierM = Courier Mail, Brisbane.
    * E&T = Express & Telegraph.
    * KalgM = Kalgoorlie Miner.
    * MornBull = Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton.
    * NepeanT = Nepean Times.
    * NMH&MA = Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners Advocate.
    * S&BDP = Scrutineer and Berrima District Press.
    * SCT&WA = SCT& Wollongong Argus.
    * Sun = Sun, Sydney.
    * SunTim = Sunday Times, Perth.
    * TeleB= Telegraph, Brisbane.
    * Truth,P = Truth, Perth

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  5. BOGD (Break of Gauge Device)
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    Lists in chronological order.

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    1909-12-10 (ArgusM) F. O'Donnell; BOGD.
    1915-01-13 (DDGaz) BOGD Luck variable gauge axles.
    1915-02-19 (Age) Prosser variable gauge axles, put to District Inventions Board.
    1915-11-13 (HO&CHR) G Woolley; 8 wheel bogie, 4SG and 4BG, sea-saw action like much later Road-Railer. Patent.
    1941-05-20 (ArgusM) BOGD H E Evans third rail device.

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    * Age = Age, Melbourne
    * ArgusM = Argus Melbourne.
    * DDGaz = Darling Downs Gazette.
    * HO&CHR = Henty Observer and Culcairn Shire Register.

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    Some people argue that the cost of a railway is proportion to some power of the gauge:
    In date order.
    1867 - 1 - same
    1870 - 1 - ratio
    1871 - 1 - ratio
    1871 - 3 - cube
    1871 - 3 - cube
    1876 - 1 - ratio (speed)
    1890 - 1 - ratio
    1890 - 0 - no ratio
    1906 - 2 - square (Hales)
    1908 - 1 - ratio (Cant)
    1911 - 2 - square
    1913 - 1 - ratio (2.0 v 3.6)

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    Diesel Locomotive PRN
    Succinct Printing XYZ
    Timeline Early History
    In chronological order.
    Also called Engine and Motor.

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    1858-03-18 Rudolf Diesel born in Paris.
    1894-06-16 (BenInd) Ballarat Independent Novel motor of Herr Diesel small than steam engine of equivalent power.
    1901-05-14 Diesel Motor Co. awarded Patent license in Britain.
    1905-01-07 Diesel Locomotive to do 3000 mile trip coast to coast.
    1905-02-07 Prototype Diesel by Southern Pacific 200,000lb.
    1905-04-08 (E&T) Wonderful performance of Diesel Locomotive.
    1905-06-03 (Truth,P) Diesel locomotive for Southern Pacific Railroad of USA.
    1906-05-26 (MornBull) Three 240 b.h.p. locomotives for Swadlinton Railway (UK). Steep 1in11 Grades.
    1909-11-03 Diesel Engine by Sulzer for sale plus generator.
    1910-00-00 Experimental Diesel Locomotive by Inventor for Bavarian Railways.
    1911-06-30 Prototype Internal Combustion Locomotive South Australian Railways
    1911-10-23 Prototype Diesel by Diesel Co. for Prussian State Railways 1000 h.p. £12,000.
    1911-12-20 Diesel locomotive by Diesel Company for Prussian State Railways, 1000 h.p. ; £12,000.
    1912-09-05 (ARGUS) Diesels for Transcontinental Railway.
    1912-11-19 Minister contemplates "Oil" locomotive for Port Augusta-Kalgoorlie Railway.
    1913-01-03 Diesel Locomotive works visited by Australian representatives.
    1913-03-01 Minister O'Malley orders one Diesel Locomotive.
    1913-10-13 Prototype Diesel by Sulzer, Switzerland reaches speed of 60mph.
    1913-12-31 (S&BDP) Drowned Body of Dr. Rudolf Diesel found.
    1914-01-14 Oil engine suggested for Transcontinental railway.
    1922-11-07 Oil engines to come to rescue from coal-strikes.
    1924-09-25 Diesel Locomotive for Shunting LNER
    1927-01-24 Prototype Diesel Locomotive by Krupps; 1200 h.p.
    1927-01-24 Diesel Locomotive Krupps 1200hp.
    1927-01-27 Diesel Locomotive in Germany of 1200hp.
    1927-01-24 (Tele,B) International inspection of Krupps 1200 hp diesel locomotive.
    1928-09-07 (KalgM) Investigation in UK re Diesel Locomotive for TransAustralian Railway.
    1929-11-17 Diesel Locomotive made by Kerr Stuart on exhibition.
    1929-10-08 Diesel Locomotive Kerr Stuart with Robertson Variable Gear
    1929-11-17 Diesel Locomotive made by Kerr Stuart on exhibition.
    1930-01-15 Experimental Diesel Locomotive in Germany.
    1932-11-02 Since 1927, Danish State Railways start introducing Oil-Electric locomotives.
    1932-12-21 Diesel Locomotive on Flying Hamburger between Berlin and Hamburg.
    1934-00-00 Diesel-powered streamlined train by Electro-Motive Division of G.M.
    1934-11-23 (TeleB) Study tour to Europe regarding Diesel locomotives by H. S. Dean, B.E.
    1934-12-11 (CourierM) Dieselisation opposed. Letter to Editor.
    1935-08-16 Prototype Diesel Locomotive Isis Sugar Mill 2ft 0in gauge 110 h.p.
    1935-12-06 Diesel locomotive for timber mill made in Australia. First ever?
    1935-12-30 First Diesel locomotive built in Australia for timber tramway.
    1937-06-03 (NepeanT) Trial run of Diesel Train to Penrith.
    1939-11-23 Diesel locomotive built Ipswich arrives on Etheridge line.
    1940-08-08 (CairnsP) Diesel introduced to Etheridge line.
    1948-07-03 Diesel Locomotive licence granted to Clyde Engineering by EMD.
    1948-07-06 General Motors to licence diesel locos to Clyde Engineering.
    1948-11-20 Diesel locomotive tender for South Australian Railways (Advertiser).
    1949-09-15 Diesel Locomotive (narrow gauge) at Exhibition.
    1949-09-15 (NMH&MA) 100 hp 2ft 0in gauge diesel locomotive by Ruston and Hornsby of Lincoln.
    1949-10-05 (SMH) Tender for 0-4-4-0 Switching Locomotive for NSW.
    1950-10-24 Diesel Locomotive and train USA (Photo).
    1951-09-11 First Diesel Locomotive in South Australia.
    1953-04-17 Diesel Locomotive for QLD cane tramway.

    Note: Dates are those of newspaper article, not date of reported event.
    Note: Newspapers are Australian newspapers at National Library of Australia.

    Abbreviations sources.
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    * BenInd = Ballarat Independent.
    * CairnsP = Cairns Post.
    * CourierM = Courier Mail, Brisbane.
    * E&T = Express & Telegraph.
    * KalgM = Kalgoorlie Miner.
    * MornBull = Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton.
    * NepeanT = Nepean Times.
    * NMH&MA = Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners Advocate.
    * S&BDP = Scrutineer and Berrima District Press.
    * TeleB= Telegraph, Brisbane.
    * Truth,P = Truth, Perth

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  8. Diesel Locomotive XYZ
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    Timeline Early History
    1858-03-18 Rudolf Diesel born in Paris.
    1901-05-14 Diesel Motor Co. awarded Patent license in Britain.
    1905-01-07 Diesel Locomotive to do 3000 mile trip coast to coast.
    1905-02-07 Prototype Diesel by Southern Pacific 200,000lb.
    1909-11-03 Diesel Engine by Sulzer for sale plus generator.
    1910-00-00 Experimental Diesel Locomotive by Inventor for Bavarian Railways.
    1911-06-30 Prototype Internal Combustion Locomotive South Australian Railways
    1911-10-23 Prototype Diesel by Diesel Co. for Prussian State Railways 1000 h.p. £12,000.
    1911-12-20 Diesel locomotive by Diesel Company for Prussian State Railways, 1000 h.p. ; £12,000.
    1912-09-05 (ARGUS) Diesels for Transcontinental Railway.
    1912-11-19 Minister contemplates "Oil" locomotive for Port Augusta-Kalgoorlie Railway.
    1913-01-03 Diesel Locomotive works visited by Australian representatives.
    1913-03-01 Minister O'Malley orders one Diesel Locomotive.
    1913-10-13 Prototype Diesel by Sulzer, Switzerland reaches speed of 60mph.
    1914-01-14 Oil engine suggested for Transcontinental railway.
    1922-11-07 Oil engines to come to rescue from coal-strikes.
    1924-09-25 Diesel Locomotive for Shunting LNER
    1927-01-24 Prototype Diesel Locomotive by Krupps; 1200 h.p.
    1927-01-24 Diesel Locomotive Krupps 1200hp.
    1927-01-27 Diesel Locomotive in Germany of 1200hp.
    1929-11-17 Diesel Locomotive made by Kerr Stuart on exhibition.
    1929-10-08 Diesel Locomotive Kerr Stuart with Robertson Variable Gear
    1929-11-17 Diesel Locomotive made by Kerr Stuart on exhibition.
    1930-01-15 Experimental Diesel Locomotive in Germany.
    1932-11-02 Since 1927, Danish State Railways start introducing Oil-Electric locomotives.
    1932-12-21 Diesel Locomotive on Flying Hamburger between Berlin and Hamburg.
    1934-00-00 Diesel-powered streamlined train by Electro-Motive Division of G.M.
    1934-11-23 (TeleB) Study tour to Europe regarding Diesel locomotives by H. S. Dean, B.E.
    1935-08-16 Prototype Diesel Locomotive Isis Sugar Mill 2ft 0in gauge 110 h.p.
    1935-12-06 Diesel locomotive for timber mill made in Australia. First ever?
    1935-12-30 First Diesel locomotive built in Australia for timber tramway.

    1939-11-23 Diesel locomotive built Ipswich arrives on Etheridge line.
    1940-08-08 (CairnsP) Diesel introduced to Etheridge line.
    1948-07-03 Diesel Locomotive licence granted to Clyde Engineering by EMD.
    1948-07-06 General Motors to licence diesel locos to Clyde Engineering.
    1948-11-20 Diesel locomotive tender for South Australian Railways (Advertiser).
    1949-09-15 Diesel Locomotive (narrow gauge) at Exhibition.
    1949-09-15 (NMH&MA) 100 hp 2ft 0in gauge diesel locomotive by Ruston and Hornsby of Lincoln.
    1949-10-05 (SMH) Tender for 0-4-4-0 Switching Locomotive for NSW.
    1950-10-24 Diesel Locomotive and train USA (Photo).
    1951-09-11 First Diesel Locomotive in South Australia.
    1953-04-17 Diesel Locomotive for QLD cane tramway.

    Note: Dates are those of newspaper article, not date of reported event.
    Note: Newspapers are Australian newspapers at National Library of Australia.

    Abbreviations sources.
    ======== ======== ======== ======== ========
    * CairnsP = Cairns Post.
    * NMH&MA = Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners Advocate.
    * TeleB= Telegraph, Brisbane.

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  10. Ethel Turner (Author)
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    Born in Yorkshire.

    Married to Judge H. A. Curlewis.

    Son Adrian also became a Judge.

    Died aged 86 in hospital in Mosman, New South Wales.

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  11. Gauge Error
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    Sometimes newspapers quote incorrect railway gauges.
    1871 SA_ 7ft 3in Typo?

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  12. Gold Nugget (Size)
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    XLarge_ _1000oz (Extra)
    Large__ __100oz
    Medium ___10oz
    Small__ ____1oz

    See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ounce

    Troy ounce _____ = 31.1g (used mainly for precious metals such as gold.)
    Avoirdupois ounce = 23.3g

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  13. Horse Railway
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    Operation of Horse-drawn Railways
    Dates are date of publication.

    1873-07-25 (SouArg) G&VHR Six horse teams hauls gross load of 39 tons with payload of 30 tons over 11.5 mile line.

    --------- --------- --------- ---------
    Abbreviations source.* SouArg = Southern Argus.

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  14. Jervis Bay Railway
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    Several routes have been proposed for a railway link to Jervis Bay:
    * Nowra.
    * Canberra.
    * Goulburn.

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  15. Land Title (Real Property)
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    Land Titles come in a number of forms.

    1860-03-10 (Empire) Title unquestionable.
    1860-03-10 (Empire) Title unexceptionable
    1860-10-09 (Empire) Title, unquestionable.
    1880-07-24 (SMH) Title first-class.
    1886-05-07 (Globe) Title : Crown Certificate.
    1899-04-01 (Age) Crown Certificate.
    1927-06-15 (SMH) Title Freehold.

    Abbreviations, source
    ======== ======== ======== ========
    * Age = Age, Melbourne.
    * Empire = Empire, Sydney.
    * Globe = Globe, Sydney.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.

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  16. Level Crossing
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    Level Crossings are located at:

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  17. Level Crossing NSW North Shore Line
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    Timeline of Level Crossings on NSW North Shore Line
    Also lists overbridges and underbridges.
    Dates are for date of newspaper article.

    1890-01-01 (SMH) Opening of North Shore Railway Hornsby-St. Leonards, listing level crossings and bridges.
    1895-08-03 (AST) Railways to close level crossing and build overbridge at Pymble.
    1895-08-06 (EVN) Tenders for further overbridge to replace level crossing at Pymble.
    1895-08-13 (SMH) Petition for overbridge north of Pymble.
    1895-08-28 (SMH) Proposed abolition of level crossing; deviate Peats Ferry Road to east side of railway.
    1896-01-24 ATM3 Lambs-road possible closure.
    1896-01-24 ATM4 Gores-road possible closure.
    1896-05-09 ATM2 Artarmon Xing Elizabeth street ; hazard and proposed culvert/bridge.
    1898-01-19 (SMH) ATM1 Artarmon Xing Elizabeth-street - close with new station.
    1898-11-09 (SMH) Proposed station at Killara dependent on closure of four level crossings.
    1899-08-26 STL-LDD1 Railway Duplication and Level Crossings.
    1899-08-26 STL-LDD1 Chatswood Bay-street to be either closed or replaced by overbridge.
    1899-09-07 (SMH) Replace Victoria-street xing with footbridge and subway (Help-street).
    1899-10-13 CWD1 Victoria-avenue Xing.
    1899-10-13 CWD1 Albert-avenue subway.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Albert-avenue.
    1900-04-05 (EVN) Duplication STL-LDD.
    1900-04-05 (EVN) 00mile 00chain xing Victoria debate about replacement subway.
    1900-06-20 (EVN) Dispute over site of subway to replace CWD xing.
    1900-07-06 (EVN) Bill in Parliament to close certain level crossings.
    1901-12-10 (EVN) Fatal accident RSV-LDD private.
    1902-10-18 (SMH) Progress Association requests overbridge to replace xing at Pymble. Suggests gatekeeper.
    1903-07-07 (SMH) Petition to replace low-level crossing at St Leonards by bridge.
    1906-08-08 (SMH) Wahroonga Progress Association lobbies railways to replace xing with overbridge.
    1909-05-08 (EVN) Replacement of Pymble level crossing by bridge further north.
    1909-08-27 (STR) Temporary xings while bridges rebuilt for duplication, Treatts, Greengate and Park.
    1909-10-25 (SMH) All level crossings eliminated consequent of completion of duplication from Lindfield to Hornsby.
    1910-03-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Treatt's Road land sale.
    1917-07-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Deputation request delay in closure of PYM-GDN xing.
    1926-11-24 (EVN) Mt William Street xing, Gordon, proposed siding and council depot.
    1930-01-30 (SMH) Railway catchpoints criticised. Where?
    1931-03-25 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing four or five between GDN and LDD near KLR.

    -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    List of level crossings, bridges and platforms in line order; original zero milepost measured from Hornsby, not from Sydney.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain Hornsby Junction.
    1890-01-01 SMH 01mile 40chain Peace's Corner, Platform 264ft. (later renamed Waitara)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Noonan's Road.
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 38chain xing public.
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 58.5 chain Eastern Road (later renamed Wahroonga).
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 64chain o/br Lane Cove Road and deviated Great Eastern Road.br/
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Beechworth Road
    1890-01-01 SMH 03mile 70~chain xing Lane Cove Road..
    1890-01-01 SMH 03mile 72.5chain Pymble.
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 04chain u/br Field of Mars and Stoney Creek roads.
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 16chain xing William Street.
    1917-07-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Deputation request delay in closure of PYM-GDN xing. Which one?
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 67chain o/br Park-avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 05mile 00chain Gordon.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private? (A1)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private Powell.(A2)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private Greengate.(A3)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Stanhope Road.(A4)
    1931-03-25 SMH 00mile 00chain xing four or five between GDN and LDD near KLR.
    1910-03-05 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Treatt's Road 46acre land sale. Later o/br 5 chain to north.
    1890-01-01 SMH 06mile 44chain Lindfield. Platform 264ft.
    1901-12-10 (EVN) Fatal accident RSV-LDD private.
    1890-01-01 SMH o/br Archibold's-road (renamed Strickland or Glanville?).
    1890-01-01 SMH 07mile 32chain Roseville. Platform ___ft.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain brdg Albert Avenue (renamed Boundary Road ?)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain u/br William St
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Ashley.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Wilson.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing O'Brien.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Day St.
    1899-09-07 (SMH) Replace Victoria-street xing with footbridge and subway (Help-street).
    1900-04-05 (EVN) 00mile 00chain xing Victoria debate about replacement subway.
    1900-06-20 (EVN) 08mile 00chain Dispute over site of subway to replace xing.
    1890-01-01 ___ 08mile __chain u/br (Future) Help Street.
    1890-01-01 SMH 08mile __chain xing Victoria Avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 08mile 29.5chain Chatswood.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Albert-avenue.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Bland-street (ATM).
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain u/br Albert Avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Carlotta Street.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Mowbray Road (sic u/br).
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Bland-street (ATM).
    1890-01-01 SMH 09mile 06chain u/br Brand street (??)
    1890-01-01 SMH 09mile 67chain culvert.
    1890-01-01 00mile 00chain Elizabeth Street diverted.
    1898-04-16 SMH 09mile 22chain xing Land near level xing about 1¼ mile north of St. Leonards station.
    1896-01-24 (SMH) 00mile 00chain Lamb's-road request closure.
    1896-01-24 (SMH) 00mile 00chain Gore's-road requested closure.
    1890-01-01 SMH 10mile 42chain St Leonards.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Lane Cove Road; double track.

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    Renamed Roads
    Peat's Ferry Road becomes Pacific Highway.
    Lane Cove Road becomes Gordon Road becomes Pacific Highway.
    Great Eastern Road becomes Eastern Road.
    Field of Mars Road becomes Ryde Road.
    Stoney Creek Road becomes Mona Vale Road.
    Treatt's Road becomes Treatts Road (no apostrophe.)
    Archibold's-road becomes Glanville Road ?
    Albert Avenue (Chatswood) becomes Boundary Road.

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    Abbreviations
    STL St Leonards.
    ATM Artarmon.
    CWD Chatswood.
    RSV Roseville.
    LDD Lindfield.
    HBY Hornsby
    -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    AST Australian Star..
    EVN Evening News.
    KHS Ku-ring-gai Historical Society.
    SMH Sydney Morning Herald.
    STR The Star, Sydney.

    xing = Level Crossing
    u/br = Underbridge (road under rail)
    o/br = Overbridge (road over rail).

    Note1: with Electrification in the 1920s, platforms extended to 520ft.
    Note2: names of some streets may have changed.
    Note3: other xings and bridges may have been added later.

    See also:
    List "Railway Accident NSW North Shore Line."

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  18. Level Crossing NSW North Shore Line XYZ
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    Timeline of Level Crossings on NSW North Shore Line
    Also lists overbridges and underbridges.
    Dates are for date of newspaper article.

    1890-01-01 (SMH) Opening of North Shore Railway Hornsby-St. Leonards, listing level crossings and bridges.
    1895-08-03 (AST) Railways to close level crossing and build overbridge at Pymble.
    1895-08-06 (EVN) Tenders for further overbridge to replace level crossing at Pymble.
    1895-08-13 (SMH) Petition for overbridge north of Pymble.
    1895-08-28 (SMH) Proposed abolition of level crossing; deviate Peats Ferry Road to east side of railway.
    1896-01-24 ATM3 Lambs-road possible closure.
    1896-01-24 ATM4 Gores-road possible closure.
    1896-05-09 ATM2 Artarmon Xing Elizabeth street ; hazard and proposed culvert/bridge.
    1898-01-19 (SMH) ATM1 Artarmon Xing Elizabeth-street - close with new station.
    1898-11-09 (SMH) Proposed station at Killara dependent on closure of four level crossings.
    1899-08-26 STL-LDD1 Railway Duplication and Level Crossings.
    1899-08-26 STL-LDD1 Chatswood Bay-street to be either closed or replaced by overbridge.
    1899-09-07 (SMH) Replace Victoria-street xing with footbridge and subway (Help-street).
    1899-10-13 CWD1 Victoria-avenue Xing.
    1899-10-13 CWD1 Albert-avenue subway.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Albert-avenue.
    1900-04-05 (EVN) Duplication STL-LDD.
    1900-04-05 (EVN) 00mile 00chain xing Victoria debate about replacement subway.
    1900-06-20 (EVN) Dispute over site of subway to replace CWD xing.
    1900-07-06 (EVN) Bill in Parliament to close certain level crossings.
    1901-12-10 (EVN) Fatal accident RSV-LDD private.
    1902-10-18 (SMH) Progress Association requests overbridge to replace xing at Pymble. Suggests gatekeeper.
    1903-07-07 (SMH) Petition to replace low-level crossing at St Leonards by bridge.
    1906-08-08 (SMH) Wahroonga Progress Association lobbies railways to replace xing with overbridge.
    1909-05-08 (EVN) Replacement of Pymble level crossing by bridge further north.
    1909-08-27 (STR) Temporary xings while bridges rebuilt for duplication, Treatts, Greengate and Park.
    1909-10-25 (SMH) All level crossings eliminated consequent of completion of duplication from Lindfield to Hornsby.
    1910-03-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Treatt's Road land sale.
    1917-07-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Deputation request delay in closure of PYM-GDN xing.
    1926-11-24 (EVN) Mt William Street xing, Gordon, proposed siding and council depot.
    1930-01-30 (SMH) Railway catchpoints criticised. Where?
    1931-03-25 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing four or five between GDN and LDD near KLR.

    -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    List of level crossings, bridges and platforms in line order; original zero milepost measured from Hornsby, not from Sydney.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain Hornsby Junction.
    1890-01-01 SMH 01mile 40chain Peace's Corner, Platform 264ft. (later renamed Waitara)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Noonan's Road.
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 38chain xing public.
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 58.5 chain Eastern Road (later renamed Wahroonga).
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 64chain o/br Lane Cove Road and deviated Great Eastern Road.br/
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Beechworth Road
    1890-01-01 SMH 03mile 70~chain xing Lane Cove Road..
    1890-01-01 SMH 03mile 72.5chain Pymble.
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 04chain u/br Field of Mars and Stoney Creek roads.
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 16chain xing William Street.
    1917-07-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Deputation request delay in closure of PYM-GDN xing. Which one?
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 67chain o/br Park-avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 05mile 00chain Gordon.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private? (A1)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private Powell.(A2)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private Greengate.(A3)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Stanhope Road.(A4)
    1931-03-25 SMH 00mile 00chain xing four or five between GDN and LDD near KLR.
    1910-03-05 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Treatt's Road 46acre land sale. Later o/br 5 chain to north.
    1890-01-01 SMH 06mile 44chain Lindfield. Platform 264ft.
    1901-12-10 (EVN) Fatal accident RSV-LDD private.
    1890-01-01 SMH o/br Archibold's-road (renamed Strickland or Glanville?).
    1890-01-01 SMH 07mile 32chain Roseville. Platform ___ft.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain brdg Albert Avenue (renamed Boundary Road ?)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain u/br William St
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Ashley.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Wilson.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing O'Brien.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Day St.
    1899-09-07 (SMH) Replace Victoria-street xing with footbridge and subway (Help-street).
    1900-04-05 (EVN) 00mile 00chain xing Victoria debate about replacement subway.
    1900-06-20 (EVN) 08mile 00chain Dispute over site of subway to replace xing.
    1890-01-01 ___ 08mile __chain u/br (Future) Help Street.
    1890-01-01 SMH 08mile __chain xing Victoria Avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 08mile 29.5chain Chatswood.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Albert-avenue.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Bland-street (ATM).
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain u/br Albert Avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Carlotta Street.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Mowbray Road (sic u/br).
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Bland-street (ATM).
    1890-01-01 SMH 09mile 06chain u/br Brand street (??)
    1890-01-01 SMH 09mile 67chain culvert.
    1890-01-01 00mile 00chain Elizabeth Street diverted.
    1898-04-16 SMH 09mile 22chain xing Land near level xing about 1¼ mile north of St. Leonards station.
    1896-01-24 (SMH) 00mile 00chain Lamb's-road request closure.
    1896-01-24 (SMH) 00mile 00chain Gore's-road requested closure.
    1890-01-01 SMH 10mile 42chain St Leonards.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Lane Cove Road; double track.

    -------- -------- -------- --------
    Renamed Roads
    Peat's Ferry Road becomes Pacific Highway.
    Lane Cove Road becomes Gordon Road becomes Pacific Highway.
    Great Eastern Road becomes Eastern Road.
    Field of Mars Road becomes Ryde Road.
    Stoney Creek Road becomes Mona Vale Road.
    Treatt's Road becomes Treatts Road (no apostrophe.)
    Archibold's-road becomes Glanville Road ?
    Albert Avenue (Chatswood) becomes Boundary Road.

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    Abbreviations
    STL St Leonards.
    ATM Artarmon.
    CWD Chatswood.
    RSV Roseville.
    LDD Lindfield.
    HBY Hornsby
    -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    AST Australian Star..
    EVN Evening News.
    KHS Ku-ring-gai Historical Society.
    SMH Sydney Morning Herald.
    STR The Star, Sydney.

    xing = Level Crossing
    u/br = Underbridge (road under rail)
    o/br = Overbridge (road over rail).

    Note1: with Electrification in the 1920s, platforms extended to 520ft.
    Note2: names of some streets may have changed.
    Note3: other xings and bridges may have been added later.

    See also:
    List "Railway Accident NSW North Shore Line."

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  19. Level Crossing NSW North Shore Line XYZ2
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    Succinct printable version.
    Timeline of Level Crossings on NSW North Shore Line
    Also lists overbridges and underbridges.
    Dates are for date of newspaper article.

    1890-01-01 (SMH) Opening of North Shore Railway Hornsby-St. Leonards, listing level crossings and bridges.
    1895-08-03 (AST) Railways to close level crossing and build overbridge at Pymble.
    1895-08-06 (EVN) Tenders for further overbridge to replace level crossing at Pymble.
    1895-08-13 (SMH) Petition for overbridge north of Pymble.
    1895-08-28 (SMH) Proposed abolition of level crossing; deviate Peats Ferry Road to east side of railway.
    1896-01-24 ATM3 Lambs-road possible closure.
    1896-01-24 ATM4 Gores-road possible closure.
    1896-05-09 ATM2 Artarmon Xing Elizabeth street ; hazard and proposed culvert/bridge.
    1898-01-19 (SMH) ATM1 Artarmon Xing Elizabeth-street - close with new station.
    1898-11-09 (SMH) Proposed station at Killara dependent on closure of four level crossings.
    1899-08-26 STL-LDD1 Railway Duplication and Level Crossings.
    1899-08-26 STL-LDD1 Chatswood Bay-street to be either closed or replaced by overbridge.
    1899-09-07 (SMH) Replace Victoria-street xing with footbridge and subway (Help-street).
    1899-10-13 CWD1 Victoria-avenue Xing.
    1899-10-13 CWD1 Albert-avenue subway.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Albert-avenue.
    1900-04-05 (EVN) Duplication STL-LDD.
    1900-04-05 (EVN) 00mile 00chain xing Victoria debate about replacement subway.
    1900-06-20 (EVN) Dispute over site of subway to replace CWD xing.
    1900-07-06 (EVN) Bill in Parliament to close certain level crossings.
    1901-12-10 (EVN) Fatal accident RSV-LDD private.
    1902-10-18 (SMH) Progress Association requests overbridge to replace xing at Pymble. Suggests gatekeeper.
    1903-07-07 (SMH) Petition to replace low-level crossing at St Leonards by bridge.
    1906-08-08 (SMH) Wahroonga Progress Association lobbies railways to replace xing with overbridge.
    1909-05-08 (EVN) Replacement of Pymble level crossing by bridge further north.
    1909-08-27 (STR) Temporary xings while bridges rebuilt for duplication, Treatts, Greengate and Park.
    1909-10-25 (SMH) All level crossings eliminated consequent of completion of duplication from Lindfield to Hornsby.
    1910-03-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Treatt's Road land sale.
    1917-07-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Deputation request delay in closure of PYM-GDN xing.
    1926-11-24 (EVN) Mt William Street xing, Gordon, proposed siding and council depot.
    1930-01-30 (SMH) Railway catchpoints criticised. Where?
    1931-03-25 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing four or five between GDN and LDD near KLR.

    -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    List of level crossings, bridges and platforms in line order; original zero milepost measured from Hornsby, not from Sydney.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain Hornsby Junction.
    1890-01-01 SMH 01mile 40chain Peace's Corner, Platform 264ft. (later renamed Waitara)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Noonan's Road.
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 38chain xing public.
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 58.5 chain Eastern Road (later renamed Wahroonga).
    1890-01-01 SMH 02mile 64chain o/br Lane Cove Road and deviated Great Eastern Road.br/
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Beechworth Road
    1890-01-01 SMH 03mile 70~chain xing Lane Cove Road..
    1890-01-01 SMH 03mile 72.5chain Pymble.
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 04chain u/br Field of Mars and Stoney Creek roads.
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 16chain xing William Street.
    1917-07-05 (SMH) 00mile 00chain xing Deputation request delay in closure of PYM-GDN xing. Which one?
    1890-01-01 SMH 04mile 67chain o/br Park-avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 05mile 00chain Gordon.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private? (A1)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private Powell.(A2)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br public/private Greengate.(A3)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Stanhope Road.(A4)
    1931-03-25 SMH 00mile 00chain xing four or five between GDN and LDD near KLR.
    1910-03-05 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Treatt's Road 46acre land sale. Later o/br 5 chain to north.
    1890-01-01 SMH 06mile 44chain Lindfield. Platform 264ft.
    1901-12-10 (EVN) Fatal accident RSV-LDD private.
    1890-01-01 SMH o/br Archibold's-road (renamed Strickland or Glanville?).
    1890-01-01 SMH 07mile 32chain Roseville. Platform ___ft.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain brdg Albert Avenue (renamed Boundary Road ?)
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain u/br William St
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Ashley.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Wilson.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing O'Brien.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain xing Day St.
    1899-09-07 (SMH) Replace Victoria-street xing with footbridge and subway (Help-street).
    1900-04-05 (EVN) 00mile 00chain xing Victoria debate about replacement subway.
    1900-06-20 (EVN) 08mile 00chain Dispute over site of subway to replace xing.
    1890-01-01 ___ 08mile __chain u/br (Future) Help Street.
    1890-01-01 SMH 08mile __chain xing Victoria Avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 08mile 29.5chain Chatswood.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Albert-avenue.
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Bland-street (ATM).
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain u/br Albert Avenue.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Carlotta Street.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Mowbray Road (sic u/br).
    1899-10-24 (SMH) With duplication, proposed subway at Bland-street (ATM).
    1890-01-01 SMH 09mile 06chain u/br Brand street (??)
    1890-01-01 SMH 09mile 67chain culvert.
    1890-01-01 00mile 00chain Elizabeth Street diverted.
    1898-04-16 SMH 09mile 22chain xing Land near level xing about 1¼ mile north of St. Leonards station.
    1896-01-24 (SMH) 00mile 00chain Lamb's-road request closure.
    1896-01-24 (SMH) 00mile 00chain Gore's-road requested closure.
    1890-01-01 SMH 10mile 42chain St Leonards.
    1890-01-01 SMH 00mile 00chain o/br Lane Cove Road; double track.

    -------- -------- -------- --------
    Renamed Roads
    Peat's Ferry Road becomes Pacific Highway.
    Lane Cove Road becomes Gordon Road becomes Pacific Highway.
    Great Eastern Road becomes Eastern Road.
    Field of Mars Road becomes Ryde Road.
    Stoney Creek Road becomes Mona Vale Road.
    Treatt's Road becomes Treatts Road (no apostrophe.)
    Archibold's-road becomes Glanville Road ?
    Albert Avenue (Chatswood) becomes Boundary Road.

    -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    Abbreviations
    STL St Leonards.
    ATM Artarmon.
    CWD Chatswood.
    RSV Roseville.
    LDD Lindfield.
    HBY Hornsby
    -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    AST Australian Star..
    EVN Evening News.
    KHS Ku-ring-gai Historical Society.
    SMH Sydney Morning Herald.
    STR The Star, Sydney.

    xing = Level Crossing
    u/br = Underbridge (road under rail)
    o/br = Overbridge (road over rail).

    Note1: with Electrification in the 1920s, platforms extended to 520ft.
    Note2: names of some streets may have changed.
    Note3: other xings and bridges may have been added later.

    See also:
    List "Railway Accident NSW North Shore Line."

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  20. Level Crossing WA Maddington
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    Accidents, etc., at the Maddington, WA, Level Crossing(s):
    Dates are date of publishing, not necessarily date of accident.
    Separate newspapers may report same incident.
    Road crosses double rail tracks.
    There appear to be more than one level crossings at Maddington.
    Albany Road; Stokely Road; Morley Street; and Maddington Road?

    1914-11-07 Morley-st pedestrian crossing proposed L31.
    1920-05-07 Albany Road. Collision with horse-drawn "turnout"; 3 killed; 2 injured. Darkness.
    1920-05-14 (05-08) Collision; Thornton Family. "The Week", Brisbane. Dark.
    1920-05-20 Collision with horse and cart; 3 killed
    1920-05-27 Coroner's inquiry.
    1920-05-28 Coroner's Jury recommended more adequate protection.
    1921-04-25 Near miss; both car and train stopped.
    1922-02-02 Lucky escape. Horse killed.
    1926-10-10 Lucky escape. Man injured. Horse killed. Crossing in middle of rail S-bends.
    1928-02-20 Near miss swerve and overturn, 4 injured.
    1928-02-20 Near miss. 4 brothers injured. Car overturns.
    1928-05-01 (04-10) Trailing Horse knocked. Fine. Second train. Quarter mile Rule.
    1928-12-05 Narrow escape. Motor truck. Charged at City Court.
    1928-12-06 Near miss. Fine.
    1929-04-22 Lucky escape.
    1929-06-02 (04-21) Court case. Quarter mile rule.
    1929-08-29 (08-28) Motorcyclist collision.
    1929-09-05 Coroner inquiry. Particular danger.
    1932-02-08 Signs Painted on Roadway (Diagram)
    * Are these painted signs visible when the roadway is covered with rain or snow?
    1932-04-30 (04-29) Collision with car. 3 men killed. Nighttime & fog.
    1932-07-14 (07-13) Collision with car ; 2 killed
    1932-07-17 Picture.
    1936-02-01 Collision with car; 3 woman killed.
    1936-02-12 Outrage. Worst unprotected crossing. Warning signs painted on road. Whistling for 200 yards.
    1936-02-05 Suggestion : Archway and neon sign on road.
    1936-03-09 (01-30) Inquest; 3 killed. Whistled. Car driver unaware.
    1936-09-19 Flashing light system; beware second train.
    1939-03-17 Signals Flashlight (done 1936-37)
    1947-03-14 (03-13) Collision with second train. Truck wrecked.
    1947-06-14 (05-29) Manslaughter charge for driver of collision car.
    1947-06-16 (05-29) Farmer Nixon killed in collision.
    1947-06-14 (05-20) Charge of unlawful killing.
    1947-06-16 (05-29) Arrest of driver charged with unlawful killing.
    1947-07-02 While overtaking truck, car driver failed to see flashing lights. 1 killed.
    1947-07-22 (05-29) Charge dropped due to insufficient evidence.
    1947-09-23 (05-29) Driver of fatal car collision fined £15 with £2/9/ costs.
    1949-11-02 (09-04) Fine of £5, with 4/ costs for crossed with train within quarter mile.
    1951-07-05 (07-04) Collision with car. 2 injured.
    1951-09-28 Collision. Whistle and lights working. Fine £5.
    1952-02-10 (02-10) Utility collision. 1 injured.
    1952-02-11 Collision with Utility. One injured.
    1952-02-21 Flashing Light Signals ordered for Armadale and 4 others.
    1953-11-05 Maddington Road Flashing Lights installed.
    1953-11-05 Maddington-rd. 40th Flashing light crossing.
    1954-03-14 Collision, Maddington Road, 1 injured.
    1954-03-18 Collision a few months after warning lights installed. Stoker injured.
    1954-10-26 Cyclist jumped off bike in time to safety.

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    Dates are date of publishing, not necessary date of accident.

    1954-03-14 Collision, Madding Road, 1 injured.

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  22. Lightning Death
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    Timeline of Deaths due to Lightning strikes. Does not include non-fatal accidents and incidents, or animal deaths.


    1923-03-09 Arthur Teale, NSW Nyngan (aged 23) on road.
    1939-12-03 Mrs. Mona Bromley (36) at Gosford, NSW, sitting at table.


    Dates are dates of article in newspaper, not date of reported incident.

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    Second list with this name. 22 June 2015.

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  24. Ormonoid
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    For List minus List Items, see "Ormonoid XYZ".

    Ormonoid is a bituminous roofing material, especially for flat roofs.
    Dates are dates of newspaper article, not of incident such as an accident.

    A decade by decade frequency count of items found in Trove newspapers for "Ormoid" is as follows (subject to alteration) (as at 2017-04-03) :--
    1990-1999 (___1)
    1980-1989 (_574)
    1970-1979 (_480)
    1960-1969 (_563)
    1950-1959 (4,061)
    1940-1949 (4,796)
    1930-1939 (2,434)
    1920-1929 (1,464)
    1910-1919 (_247)
    1900-1909 (___0)
    As scanning errors are corrected, these counts will rise or fall as the case may be. Scanning errors include:
    * oNNonoid. (NN should be RM) (missed match).
    * orm0noid. (zero should be O). (missed match).
    * ormonoiA. (A should be D). (missed match).
    * ormonde (false match found by Trove's "Fuzzy" search.
    * etc.
    Also as more decades are scanned.
    The decline in counts above 1955 may indicate:
    * competition from other roofing materials, or
    * Trove's failure to scan texts beyond 1955.

    List "Ormonoid"
    Contains a one summary of the List Items.
    ======== ======== ======= ========
    1915-09-02 (FJ) Trade Mark application for "Ormonoid". This is a very early mention of "Ormonoid".
    1916-12-08 (F&S) Approved by Public Works Department of New South Wales. Cement for joints and nails free.
    1919-07-26 (ArmChron) Rolls 72 feet (24 yards) long, 36 inches (3 feet; 915mm) wide, 3 thicknesses (?). Dampcourses. 117 Salisbury Road, Stanmore.
    1919-08-15 (DL&MA) Ormonoid does not affect drinking water. 117 Salisbury Rd., Stanmore.
    1921-09-15 (C&LGJ) Ormonoid Roofing Co., 117 Salisbury Road, Stanmore. 'Phone Pet. 1910.
    1935-09-14 (WS&RA) Ormonoid Flooring in red, green or gray.
    1938-07-22 (SMH) Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalts, Ltd., share issue oversubscribed.
    1938-07-26 (SMH) Takeover offer for Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalt Co., by Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalt Ltd.
    1939-10-07 (WT,M) Ouyen Cricket Club almost certain to install Omonoid cricket pitch.
    1943-02-10 (Const) Ormonoid Roofing & Asphalts Ltd. 39 Mentmore Ave. Waterloo. Phone MA6584.
    1946-09-25 (CairnsP) 3-Ply 72ft Rolls by 3ft wide. 50/- roll. 10d. foot.
    1947-03-14 (CairnsP) Fatal accident at Ormonoid factory, Rosebury. Explosion burns Cyril O'Grady.
    1947-03-15 (03-14) (Merc,H) Factory Accident at Rosebery at Ormonoid Roof Co.
    1947-10-03 (BenEns) Ormonoid used to cover cricket wicket.
    1949-09-11 (NMH&MA) Ormonoid Co., 253 Hunter-st., Newcastle West. Tel B2157.
    1950-06-05 (C-H) Advt. Ormonoid "Duraseal" for waterproofing and stopping leaks. 14 Commercial Road, Bulimba, Brisbane. L4514.
    1952-08-01 (F&S) Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalts Ltd at 242 Bourke Street, Waterloo, NSW.
    1953-08-27 (SMH) STENOGRAPHER. Wanted for responsible position. Excellent salary plus profit-sharing bonus. Apply ORMONOID Co., 888 Bourke Street, Waterloo. MX3575.
    1954-09-20 (NMH&MA) Ormonoid Roof Spray in silver, red, green or black.
    1954-11-23 (SMH) Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalts Ltd, 888 Bourke Street, Waterloo.
    2017-04-06 (Ggle) Various Ormanoid products still on sale.

    Abbreviations (source).
    ======== ======== ======== ========
    * ArmChron = Armidale Chronicle.
    * BenEns = Benalla Ensign.
    * CairnsP = Cairns Post.
    * C&LGJ = Construction and Local Government Journal.
    * Const. = Construction.
    * C-M = Courier-Mail, Brisbane.
    * DL&MA = Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate.
    * F&S = Farmer and Settler.
    * FJ = Freeman's Journal.
    * Ggle = Google.
    * Merc,H = Mercury, Hobart.
    * NMH&MA = Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.
    * (WS&RA) = Western Star & Roma Advertiser, Toowoomba, QLD.
    * WT,M = Weekly Times, Melbourne.


    ======== ======== ======== ========
    Ormonoid came in rolls 72 feet (24 yards) long and 36 inches (3 feet, 915mm) wide, which were unrolled to cover a flat roof. Adjacent sheets were made to overlap, using bituminous paint to seal the join. Ormonoid's black colour made it go soft in the hot sun, and it possibly cracked when it cooled down again. It did not seem to be perfectly waterproof. The Ormonoid roof in question was later replace with Aluminium sheets, called ___________.
    Ormonoid is glued into place, and does not need nails; nails and their nail holes would allow water to enter especially under conditions of strong winds.

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  25. Ormonoid XYZ
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    For List minus List Items, see "Ormonoid XYZ".

    Ormonoid is a bituminous roofing material, especially for flat roofs.
    Dates are dates of newspaper article, not of incident such as an accident.

    A decade by decade frequency count of items found in Trove newspapers for "Ormoid" is as follows (subject to alteration) (as at 2017-04-03) :--
    1990-1999 (___1)
    1980-1989 (_574)
    1970-1979 (_480)
    1960-1969 (_563)
    1950-1959 (4,061)
    1940-1949 (4,796)
    1930-1939 (2,434)
    1920-1929 (1,464)
    1910-1919 (_247)
    1900-1909 (___0)
    As scanning errors are corrected, these counts will rise or fall as the case may be. Scanning errors include:
    * oNNonoid. (NN should be RM)
    * orm0noid. (zero should be O).
    * ormonoiA. (A should be D).
    * etc.
    Also as more decades are scanned.
    The decline in counts above 1955 may indicate:
    * competition from other roofing materials, or
    * Trove's failure to scan texts beyond 1955.

    List "Ormonoid"
    Contains a one summary of the List Items.
    ======== ======== ======= ========
    1915-09-02 (FJ) Trade Mark application for "Ormonoid". This is a very early mention of "Ormonoid".
    1916-12-08 (F&S) Approved by Public Works Department of New South Wales. Cement for joints and nails free.
    1919-07-26 (ArmChron) Rolls 72 feet (24 yards) long, 36 inches (3 feet; 915mm) wide, 3 thicknesses (?). Dampcourses. 117 Salisbury Road, Stanmore.
    1919-08-15 (DL&MA) Ormonoid does not affect drinking water. 117 Salisbury Rd., Stanmore.
    1938-07-22 (SMH) Ormonoid Roofing and Asphalts, Ltd., share issue oversubscribed.
    1943-02-10 (Const) Ormonoid Roofing & Asphalts Ltd. 39 Mentmore Ave. Waterloo. Phone MA6584.
    1946-09-25 (CairnsP) 3-Ply 72ft Rolls by 3ft wide. 50/- roll. 10d. foot.
    1947-03-14 (CairnsP) Fatal accident at Ormonoid factory, Rosebury. Explosion burns Cyril O'Grady.
    1947-03-15 (03-14) (Merc,H) Factory Accident at Rosebery at Ormonoid Roof Co.
    1947-10-03 (BenEns) Ormonoid used to cover cricket wicket.
    1950-06-05 (C-H) Advt. Ormonoid "Duraseal" for waterproofing and stopping leaks. 14 Commercial Road, Bulimba, Brisbane. L4514.
    2017-04-06 (Ggle) Various Ormanoid products still on sale.

    Abbreviations (source).
    ======== ======== ======== ========
    * ArmChron = Armidale Chronicle.
    * BenEns = Benalla Ensign.
    * CairnsP = Cairns Post.
    * C&LGJ = Construction and Local Government Journal.
    * Const. = Construction.
    * C-M = Courier-Mail, Brisbane.
    * DL&MA = Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate.
    * F&S = Farmer and Settler.
    * FJ = Freeman's Journal.
    * Ggle = Google.
    * Merc,H = Mercury, Hobart.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.


    ======== ======== ======== ========
    Ormonoid came in rolls 72 feet (24 yards) long and 36 inches (3 feet, 915mm) wide, which were unrolled to cover a flat roof. Adjacent sheets were made to overlap, using bituminous paint to seal the join. Ormonoid's black colour made it go soft in the hot sun, and it possibly cracked when it cooled down again. It did not seem to be perfectly waterproof. The Ormonoid roof in question was later replace with Aluminium sheets, called ___________.
    Ormonoid is glued into place, and does not need nails; nails and their nail holes would allow water to enter especially under conditions of strong winds.

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  27. Paddle Steamer
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    Paddle Steamer (Australian) names include (in alphabetical order) :

    * (o/g = ocean going) (r/s = river steamer)

    * (Fuel) (such as Leigh Creek Coal)
    * (Unnamed)
    * Adelaide
    * Adonis (116 tons) (lost?)
    * Agnes
    * Albert
    * Albury
    * Alert
    * Alexandra (o/g)
    * Alfred
    * Alpha
    * Annie
    * Ariel
    * Australien
    * Ballarat
    * Ballina (resurface)
    * Bantam
    * Bellarine
    * Blanche * Bourke
    * Brewarrina
    * Bullarra
    * Bunyip
    * Burrabogie
    * Cadell
    * Camally (r/s)
    * Captain Sturt
    * Cato
    * City of Brisbane (renamed to Sydney)
    * Coonawarra ("black swan")
    * ____
    * Culgoa
    * Cumberoona
    * Corowa
    * Corrong
    * Daisy
    * Decoy
    * Demini
    * Edina
    * Edwards
    * Elizabeth
    * Emily Jane
    * Emma
    * Endeavour
    * Enterprise
    * Ethel Jackson
    * Etona (2nd) (floating church)
    * Eureka
    * Excelsior
    * Fairy
    * Florence Annie
    * Freetrader
    * Gannet
    * Gem
    * Golconda
    * Goldsborough
    * Goldsbrough (sic)
    * Grappler
    * Hero
    * Hygeia
    * Industry
    * Invincible
    * Jandra
    * Jane Eliza
    * Jolly Miller
    * Jupiter
    * Kangaroo
    * Kate
    * Kelpie
    * Kembla (o/g)
    * Kennedy
    * Kingfisher
    * Kookaburra
    * Lady Ashton
    * Lady Daly
    * Lady of the Lake
    * Little Wonder
    * Lucy
    * Maggie
    * Maitland (shipwrecked)
    * Mannum
    * Marion
    * Mary Ann
    * Melbourne
    * Mobilia
    * Monarch
    * Morgan
    * Morse
    * Mundoo
    * Murrabit (fiction)
    * Murray
    * Murrumbidgee
    * Namoi
    * Natone
    * Newcastle
    * Nil Desperandum
    * Ozone
    * Pearl
    * Pevensey
    * ________
    * Pioneer
    * Pride of the Murray
    * Prince Alfred
    * Princess
    * Princess Royal
    * Pyap
    * Queen
    * Renmark
    * Riverina
    * Rob Roy
    * Rodney
    * Royal (?)
    * Ruby
    * Seeandbee
    * Shamrock
    * Shannon
    * Success
    * Sydney (renamed from City of Brisbane)
    * Tolarno
    * Trafalgar
    * Tyro (burned) (1200)
    * Ulonga
    * Undaunted
    * Varcoe (Builder)
    * Venus (later renamed Murray)
    * Vesta
    * Victoria
    * Wagga
    * Wahgunyah
    * Wandering Jew
    * Wanira
    * Waradgery
    * Wahgunyah
    * Weroona
    * Weeroona (sic)
    * Wilcannia
    * Woorooma


    At their peak, there were about 190 paddle steamers on the Murray-Darling rivers.



    Paddle Steamer Barge
    * Maggie


    Paddle Steamer (Foreign/Overseas/Non-Australian) names include:

    * Koenigin Luise [DEU] (collision)
    * Leopold II [BEL] (BEL = Belguim)
    * Premier [UK]
    * Royal Eagle [UK] (HMS)
    * Silva Americano [PT] (PT= ISO code for Portugal)
    * Victoria and Albert [UK]
    * Wakatere (NZL)


    == See also ==
    *[[Paddle Steamer Barge]]

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    Barges include :
    * (Unnamed)
    * Belub
    * Belson
    * Benduck
    * Blue Bells
    * Darling
    * Eclipse
    * Goulburn
    * Horace
    * Lancashire Witch
    * Leviathan
    * Mildura
    * Namoi
    * Robbie Burns
    * Sarah Jane
    * Scottish Chief
    * Shamrock
    * Tongo
    * Union
    * Woorooma
    * Wyuna

    == See also ==
    * [[Paddle Steamer]]

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    Testing Paddle Steamer2 __________________________________________________
    ____________________________

    Testing

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  30. Patent Medicine
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    This list contains a list of Patent Medicines which are often tagged "Patent Medicine"


    Order - Alphabetical.
    * Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
    * Beecham's Pills
    * Cockle's Antibilious Pills, for the Liver, etc.
    * Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne.
    * Holloway's Pills
    * Kay's " Linseed Compound" for Coughs and Colds
    * 1862-09-01 (BendA) Keating's Children's Worm Tablets.
    * Martin's Apiol and Steel Pills.
    * Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.
    -------- -------- --------
    Order Chronological.
    1862-09-01 (BendA) Keating's Children's Worm Tablets.
    1917-07-04 (KI&SA) Cockle's Antibilious Pills, for the Liver, etc.



    Patent Medicines may be headed:
    * Patent Medicine
    * Patent Cure
    * Or no particular heading at all.



    -------- -------- --------
    Abbreviations Sources.
    * BendA = Bendigo Advertiser.
    * KI&SA = Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser.

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  31. Punt (Boat)
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    LIST OF PUNT (BOAT)

    Mannam
    Wiseman's Ferry

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  32. Queen Victoria Building
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    1923 Fear of undermining by Tunnelling
    1933 Musuem site
    1934 Road Widening
    1942 Air Raid Shelter

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  33. Rail Weight
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    Rail Weight are measured in pounds per yard (3 feet), abbreviated to lb/yd.

    To obtain metric weight in kg/m, divide by two approximately.

    The heavier the rail on a railway or tramway, the heavier (axle load) and faster the locomotives and rolling stock can go.

    The weight of the rail, and other information, is embossed on the web of the steel rail, including:
    * 018lb
    * 020lb
    * 041lb (India)
    * 107lb
    * etc.

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  34. Railway Accident
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    Railway Accidents include:


    1908-06-03 (ArmChr) Railway Disaster at NSW Murrurundi
    1931-11-30 (KalMin) Railway Mischief - boys release brakes on waggons.
    1914-07-29 (ArmChr) Railway Mishap where train ran into dead-end at Milson's Point.

    Abbreviations sources.
    ======== ======== ======== ========
    * ArmChr = Armidale Chronical.
    * KalMin = Kalgoorlie Miner.

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  35. Railway Accident NSW Berala (1952)
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    Railway Accident NSW Berala details.

    Speed after tripping.
    ======== ======== ======== ======== ========.
    1952-05-07 (SMH) Accident. 7 killed at first, 10 killed in all, 100+ injured.
    1952-05-08 (SMH) Speed after tripping about 30 to 35 mph.
    1952-07-17 (SMH) Speed after tripping, says Driver Martin, about 25 mph.
    1952-07-17 (SMH) Speed after tripping, says Driver Martin, 05 to 10 mph.
    1952-07-18 (SMH) Speed after tripping, calculated to be about 26.5 mph.
    1952-07-18 (SMH) Speed after tripping, for safety, by other experienced drivers, 05 to 10 mph.
    1953-12-21 (SMH) Speed after tripping "utmost caution" after stopping for one minute for airbrakes to recharge.

    Abbreviations sources.
    ======== ======== ======== ======== ========.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.

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  36. Railway Accident NSW North Shore
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    Railway accidents between North Sydney and Hornsby via Gordon

    Dates are of publication of newspaper, not date of accident.


    1928-04-28 Lindfield. Fall from train.
    1931-04-25 Collision Killara; 40 injured.

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  37. Railway Accident NSW North Shore Line
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    Timeline of accidents on the NSW North Shore Line.
    This is a List on the National Library of Australia "Trove" website.

    1901-02-07 (SMH) Elderly lady killed at Wahroonga level crossing.
    1910-06-07 (GIE) Fettler, Patrick Morris, 48, struck by train between Hornsby and Waitara. Fatal.
    1924-03-19 (NHD) Ernest Blag, while crossing line, was struck by loco. Fatal.
    1946-05-22 (TLB) Lady falls beneath train at Waitara. Fatal.

    Abbreviations:
    GIE Glen Innes Express.
    NHD Northern Herald, Cairns.
    SMH Sydney Morning Herald.
    TLB Telegraph, Brisbane.

    See also:
    List "Level Crossing NSW North Shore Line".

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  38. Railway Commissioner
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    Timeline of Railway Commissioners by State.

    1883 NSW Chas. A. Goodchap.

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  39. Railway Duplication NSW North Shore
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    Sorted in chronological order of date of publishing.

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    1899-08-26 (SMH) Duplication St Leonards Lindfield and abolish most level crossings.
    1902-07-08 (DTele) Proposed Duplication beyond Lindfield.
    1908-01-09 (DTele) Proposed Duplication Lindfield to Hornsby.
    1908-09-25 (DTele) Authority obtained for duplication between Lindfield and Hornsby.

    Abbreviations source.
    ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ========
    * DTele= Daily Telegraph, Sydney.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.

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  40. Railway Electric Train Staff & Electric Tablet
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    List: "Railway Electric Train Staff & Electric Tablet".

    Timeline of single line token systems.
    These systems are for efficiently working single line sections.
    Date are are mostly date of publication, not of incident.

    1876-10-21 (AT&CJ) Head-on collision on single line at Midsomer Norton, S&DJR.
    ____ __ __ Absolute Block; no tokens, no starting signals, "Right oh, Jack", not realizing both Guards named "Jack".
    1890-__-__ (SMH) ETT Early instalation Picton-Mittagong.
    1890-02-22 (GEPP) Tablet instructions.
    1890-06-02 (BFP&MJ) Comparison of Electric Tablet and Electric Staff.
    1890-06-16 (BFP&MJ) Maker of ETS Webb & Thompson.
    1891-01-17 (NMH&MA) Trial ETS on Morpeth branch.
    1892-00-00 (BrisC) Electric token (staff or tablet?) introduce in which state?
    1892-04-16 (NeapT) ETS installed Penrith-Glenbrook; hope replace OTS and tablet.

    1894-03-08 (GEPP) Quirk's Train Tablet Exchanger.
    1894-03-09 (GoulbH) Invention by W. McQuirk of Automatic Tablet Exchanger.
    1894-03-24 (IllaM) 3 Sacked for not putting tablet through through instrum
    1894-03-29 (KI&SA) Irregularity; sackings; did not pass tablet through instrument.
    1895-11-21 (GeelA) ETT description.
    1900-06-15 (BrisC) Electric token introduced in 1892.
    1900-06-30 (Qlndr) Tablets to be made of celluvert, lighter than metal.
    1900-07-11 (PPR&NWM) Unlike ETS, ETT Tablet cannot be put back in.
    1900-10-13 (SCT&WA) Tablet dropped under wheels and broken.
    1902-06-10 (DCN&SL) Import of 6 cs of Table Instruments from Britain.
    1902-11-01 (TeleB) Lecture ; ETS by Webb and Thompson.
    1905-09-23 (QLNDR) Tablet in New Zealand.
    1905-09-26 (SMH) ETT Description, size, and earliest (1890).
    1908-06-13 (Argus) Train leaves Violet Town with wrong Tablet.
    1908-09-18 (HorshT) Delay caused by spider between ETS contacts.
    1908-09-22 (WWExp) ETS failed due to spider on contacts.
    1911-07-05 (EVN) Request some AWS. Adopt some automatic arrangement.
    1911-07-06 (Bal-Star) Request same AWS.
    1911-07-06 (MAlexM) Request for same AWS.
    1911-07-06 (DT-L) Request for same AWS.
    1911-07-06 (GeeA) Request for same AWS.
    1911-07-07 (DH-Adel) Crew to take more care with Token.
    1911-07-07 (DAd-WW) Request same AWS.
    1911-07-10 (SMH) LEDFCA Enginedriver Union request some automatic arrangement to prevent engines entering single line section without token.
    ____ __ __ This request widely reported in other newspapers.
    1914-02-06 (Tele-B) £146 for installation of electric train staff between Dalby and Jondowaic.
    1914-03-19 (DStand) ETS cost £350 between Helidon and Lockyer.
    1916-01-03 (TeleB) Automatic Warning System.
    1920-11-20 (Chron-A) QLD-Westwood; head-on collision due to brake failure.
    1921-02-05 (World-H) O/S UK:Inquest of Abermule head-on collision. (AWTH)
    1922-07-12 (DCN&SL) Patent App Automatic operation of ETS - Seery.
    1924-03-29 (SingA) Seat should have be turned around so that name not visible from train. (AWTH)
    1926-04-16 (NStar) VIC: Droin. Head-on collision in yards.
    1927-05-23 (BrisC) ETS Failure between Cooroy and Eumundi.
    1929-02-07 (RN-P) Manufacture of ETS staffs from 1¾ in. x No. 18 gauge duralumin tubing.
    1929-02-08 (DCN&SL) Duralumin tubes 1¼in. x No. 18 gauge for making ETS staffs.
    1930-04-16 (WestA) TAS: Headon collision in Wyena-Golconda section; cause unknown.
    1933-03-28 (NS-Dar) SA: Head on collision near Warramboo in section.
    1933-10-13 (Tele-B) QLD-Eudlo; head-on at station or in section?
    -------- --------- -------- -------- --------
    Abbreviations Sources:
    * AT&CJ = Australian Town and Country Journal.
    * Bal-Start = Ballarat Star.
    * BFP&MJ = Bathurst Free Press and Miners' Journal.
    * BrisC = Brisbane Courier.
    * Chron-A = Chronicle, Adelaide.
    * DAd-WW = DailyAdvertiser, Wagga Wagga.
    * DCN&SL = Daily Commercial News and Shipping List.
    * DH-Adel = Daily Herald, Adelaide.
    * DStand = Daily Standard - Brisbane.
    * DT-L = Daily Telegraph - Launceston.
    * EVN = Evening News, Sydney.
    * GeeA = Geelong Advertiser.
    * GEPP = Goulburn Evening Penny Post.
    * GoulH = Goulburn Herald.
    * HorshT = Horsham Times.
    * IllaM = Illawarra Mercury.
    * KI&SA = Kiama Independent and Shoalhave Advertiser.
    * MAlexM = Mt Alexander Mail.
    * NeapT = Nepean Times.
    * NMH&MA = Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate.
    * NStar = Northern Star.
    * PPR&NWM = Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Main.
    * QLNDR = Queenslander.
    * RN-P = Register News-Pictorial, Adelaide.
    * SCT&WA + South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.
    * TeleB = Telegraph, Brisbane.
    * WestA = West Australian.
    * World-H = World, Hobart
    * WWExp = Wagga Wagga Express.
    -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    Abbreviations Other:
    * AWTH = Accident Waiting To Happen, aka Murphy's Law.
    * LEDFCA = Locomotive Engine Drivers, Firemen and Cleaners Association.
    * S&DJR = Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway.

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  41. Railway League
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    List of Railway Leagues.

    1914 Kyogle

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  42. Railway Robbery
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    This list lists some Railway Robberies.
    * 1919 Perth.

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  43. Railway Rolling Stock Maker
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    Companies that make railway Rolling Stock.
    1900 QLD Toowoomba Foundry Company.
    1913 SA S. Perry (boiler)
    1948 ??? Perry Engineering Co (Diesel Locomotive)

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  44. Railway Train Load
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    Railway Train Loads


    Year State Loco Level-Load Gradient Gradient-Load

    1894 VIC R 800T 1in040 125T

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  45. Railway Tunnel
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    Railway tunnels


    1888-12-22 (Colont) TAS 1887 02310ft TAS Scotsdale
    O/S 0000 17000ft JPN Tanna
    O/S 1905 21576ft HEV Simpleon
    1912-12-28 (BallSt) 30000 foot tunnel O/S Sierra Nevada.

    Abbreviations sources.
    ======== ======== ======== ========
    * BallSt = Ballarat Start, Victoria.
    * Colont = Colonist,TAS

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  46. Railway Turntable
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    Description of Railway Turntables and Turntable Accidents.

    Examples in chronological Order.
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    1932-03-26 (LabDail) Proposed turntable for traffic reasons.
    1939-08-23 (GSHerald) 11 year old boy has legs amputated while playing on turntable at Albany.

    Abbreviations (Source).
    ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ========.
    * GSHerald = Great Southern Herald.
    * LabDail = Labour Daily.

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  47. Richardson and Wrench (Share Price)
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    Timeline of R&W Share price at Stock Exchange.

    1896-01-09 R&W share buy 1s.

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  48. Richardson and Wrench2
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    Timeline for Richardson and Wrench.
    R&W was and still is a business dealing in amongst other things, real estate.

    1865-09-02 R&W Auctioneers, Valuers, Brokers, Land, Stock, and Station Agents.
    1865-09-02 R&W Sales Room at 142 Pitt-street.
    1867-10-19 Auction at Pitt-street does not mention street number of address.
    1881-08-23 Advertisement for Real Estate auctions. Held at 92 Pitt-st, Sydney.
    1923-04-28 R&W Auctions were often conducted "in conjunction with" another real estate agent, such as Stevens & Pickering.

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  49. Steamships
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    steamship Iron Master

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  50. TCCC
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    The following tags are or seem to be used when the Text is Completely and Comprehensively Corrected.

    1803-03-05 (SG&NSWA) TCCC
    1803-03-05 (SG&NSWA) Corrected in Full.
    1895-05-25 (Leader) vicfix-done.

    -------- -------- --------
    Abbreviations.
    Leader = Leader Melbourne.
    SG&NSWA = Sydney Gazetter and New South Wales Advertiser.

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  51. Text Spelling
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    Old spelling different from current.
    * 1887. Mc was M'
    * 1918. Employees was employes.
    * 1924. Tomorrow was To-morrow.
    * 1925. Employees was employes.
    * 1926. Menindee was Menindie
    * 1931. Employees.
    * 1954. Today now with no hyphen.

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  52. Tollbar
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    Timeline of tollbars in the various states.

    1930-05-24 NSW Mount Victoria Old Tollhouse (Picture).

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  53. Trove Grammar Old
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    Shows how grammar, punctuation and spelling changes over the eras.

    1884-12-01 (SMH) "281, Pitt-street." Comma between house number and street name.
    1884-12-01 (SMH) "TORRENS' TITLE." Spelled with apostrophe.
    1888-03-29 (Age) "Employee" spelled "employé with "é acute", as per French.
    1924-06-10 (Argus) "Employee" spelled with double "ee".
    1924-06-10 (WAust) Abbreviation "Phone" spelled with apostrophe "'Phone".
    1939-08-18 (AE&NEGA) Tennis match decided by total number of sets rather than total number of sets.
    1947-08-25 (TeleBris) "General" required live in, week-ends free, good wages. A "general" is a kind of jack-of-all-trades servant.
    1952-02-02 (Advert) Block is "situate" in popular locality. Becomes "situated".


    -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
    Abbreviations Source.
    * Advert = Advertiser, Adelaide.
    * AE&NEGA = Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser.
    * Age = Age, Melbourne.
    * Argus = Argus, Melbourne.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Australia.
    * TeleBris = Telegraph, Brisbane.
    * WAust = West Australian.

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  54. Txxt Abbrev
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    Abbreviations in Date and Alphabetical Order.
    1954-11-03 (SMH) S.A.V. = Stock At Valuation.

    S.A.V. = Stock At Valuation.

    Source.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.

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  55. Txxt Language English
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    This list contains examples of unusual English language usages.

    Examples in date order.
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    1863-11-20 (SMH) "Connexion" now spelled "connection".
    1955-05-15 (SMH) Death-roll replaced by Death-toll.

    Examples in Alphabetical orders.
    ======== ======== ======== ======== ========
    1863-11-20 (SMH) "Connexion" now spelled "connection".
    1955-05-15 (SMH) Death-roll replaced by Deathtoll.

    Abbreviations source.
    ======== ======== ======== ======== ========.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.

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  56. Txxt Language French
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    Contains unknown French words or phrases

    1875-08-07 (WWAdv) "accent pur".

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    * WWAdv = Wagga Wagga Advertiser.

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  57. Txxt Language Latin
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    Unknown Latin phrases.


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    1860-03-23 (IllaMerc) Nem. con. = ________ ________.
    1871-01-03 (SMH) Alma mater = ________ ________.
    1884-05-02 (SMH) Pro forma = ________ ________.
    1901-12-21 (NeapT) "locum tenens" = ________ ________ ________.
    1909-09-17 (WP,B) "Multim in parvo." = ________.
    1910-12-27 (DTele) "Sine die = "________".
    1915-04-09 (DTele) obiter dicta.
    1918-08-03 (DTLaun) "sine die" = ________.
    1919-07-19 (QldTimes) Ultra vires = __________".

    ======== ======== ======== ======== ========

    Abbreviations (sources)
    * DTele = Daily Telegraph, Sydney.
    * DTLaun = Daily Telegraph, Launceston, TAS.
    * IllaMerc - Illawarra Mercury.
    * NeapT = Nepean Times.
    * QldTimes = Queensland Times.
    * SMH = Sydney Morning Herald.
    * WP,B = Wooroona Producer, Balaklava.

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  58. Txxt Reduplicated Name
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    List of double names such as "Wagga Wagga".

    Double names in alphabetic order, by state.
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    * Baw Baw Mountains.
    * Buq Buq (O/S Libya)
    * Burra Burra mine and railway station.
    * Cal Cal (NSW).
    * Gong Gong reservoir.
    * Kurri Kurri (NSW)
    * Mitta Mitta (Vic).


    ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ======= ======== ========
    Names in Chronological order.
    1870-09-10 (SAReg) Burra Burra mine and railway station.
    1879-06-07 (IllusAusN) Gong Gong reservoir.
    1887-07-08 (EuroaAdv) Baw Baw Mountains.
    1892-06-14 (Argus) Lal Lal is site of railway accident.
    1903-09-23 (MornB) Terrick Terrick.
    1904-11-19 (WeeklyT) Kara Kara is wheat growing district.
    1911-08-11 (WestAus) Gingin (Gin Gin) strike sabotages rail.
    1928-08-14 (BrisC) Matamata O/S NZL - level crossing accident.
    1937-05-29 (LabDai) Kurri Kurri near Maitland, NSW.
    1939-04-10 (ArgusM) Mitta Mitta.


    ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ======== ========
    Abbreviations (source)
    * Argus = Argus Melbourne.
    * BrisC = Brisbane Courier.
    * EuroaAdv = Euroa Advertiser.
    * IllusAusN = Illustrated Australian News.
    * LabDai = Labor Daily.
    * MB (Rock) = Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
    * SAReg = South Australian Register.
    * WeeklyT = Weekly Times.
    * WestAus = West Australian.

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  59. Txxt Spelling
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    Contains words whose spelling has changed over the decades or centuries.

    1811-12-21 "73rd" spelled "73d" (third).
    1858-09-13 "Menindee" 23,841.
    1859-01-26 "Menindie" 88,311.
    1878-08-27 "Brake" (Railway) spelled "Break".
    1912-05-18 (SMH) "Situated" spelled "Situate".
    1922-12-01 "Employee" spelled "Employe".
    1923-09-13 "Employee" spelled "Employe".
    1928-01-14 (WA) "were as follows :—" spelled "were as follow :—".
    1947-10-21 "Qantas" spelled "Quantas".
    1947-10-21 "Today" not spelled "To-day".

    This files should not list every occurrence of the misspelling of say "employe", but rather an earliest and a latest example.


    Newspapers:
    (SMH) = Sydney Morning Herald.
    (WA) = West Australian.

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  60. Txxt Tag Error
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    TroveList "Txxt Tag Error".

    See RSref86250
    See RSref86415
    See RSref86553

    2016-11-23 19:02 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/17602441?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20catastrophe%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=l-state=New+South+Wales#"
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    2016-11-24 13:35 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/167763493?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20catastrophe%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=exactPhrase|||anyWords|||notWords|||requestHandler|||dateFrom|||dateTo|||sortby#heve.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/167763493?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20catastrophe%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=exactPhrase|||anyWords|||notWords|||requestHandler|||dateFrom|||dateTo|||sortby#"
    (May have clicked on Mouse twice).
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    2016-11-24 16:49 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/161762955?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20catastrophe%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=l-state=South+Australia#"
    (Mouse Left Button; Button may have been hit hard.)
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    2016-11-26 16:25 Txxt Tag Error "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/148658036?searchTerm=level%20crossing%20smash%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=exactPhrase|||anyWords|||notWords|||requestHandler|||dateFrom|||dateTo|||sortby#"
    (Moving Mouse while editing Tag).
    -------- --------
    2016-11-27 19:42 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/71603833/6250344#"
    (Hard to say what happened while editing line. Search for "http").
    -------- --------
    2016-11-20 11:15 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/68335412?searchTerm=Level%20Crossing%20Problem%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=exactPhrase|||anyWords|||notWords|||requestHandler|||dateFrom|||dateTo|||sortby|||l-wo"
    (Press Carriage Return while editing corrected text.)
    -------- --------.
    2016-11-28 22:30 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/222775438?searchTerm=Level%20Crossing%20Horror%20NOT(TCCC)&searchLimits=exactPhrase|||anyWords|||notWords|||requestHandler|||dateFrom|||dateTo|||"
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    2016-11-29 20:42 "http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/33592925?searchTerm=asdfg&searchLimits=#"
    (May have hit CR hard).
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    Txxt Tag Missing
    * Cane _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (4585-0008) (2015J16)
    * Family Notices _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (7082-0021) (2015J16)
    * Horse Railway _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (0121-0008) (2015J05)
    * Horse Tramway _ _ _ _ _ _ (0010-0004) (2015J10)
    * Language
    * Level Crossing Accident _ _ (2081-0009)
    * Patent Medicine _ _ _ _ _ _ (0229-0002) (2015I17)
    * Rowing _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (1265-1107) (2015I17)
    * Short story
    * Stained glass _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (1310-0087) (2015I17)

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  62. Txxt Unknown
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    The following is a lift of related Tags:
    * Txxt Unknown Abbrev
    * Txxt Unknown Tag
    * Txxt Unknown Word
    Also, unknown words in the following languages.
    * Txxt French
    * Txxt German
    * Txxt Latin

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    * Txxt Language French
    * Txxt Language Latin
    * etc.

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  63. Txxt Unknown Tag
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    Unknown Tags include

    * ABF =
    * ABF2
    * AMDF =
    * AMHFH =
    * BMD = "Births Marriages Deaths".
    * BOGD = "Break Of Gauge Device".
    * L1 =
    * LRRSA
    * S
    * SMH = "Sydney Morning Herald" newspaper.
    * TBD =
    * TCC = "Tasmanian Caverneering Club".
    * TCCC = "Text Corrections Complete" and similar phrases.
    * PS =
    * RWM =
    * RWMS =
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  64. Txxt Unknown Word
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    Txxt Unknown Word = include

    * sponson (nautical)

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  65. Woman and Children First
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    Tall man on foundering ship:

    "Let the short men go first.

    "The tall can keep their heads above water longer."

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  66. ZZZZZZZZ
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