NLA Trial index

NLA Trial Articles from 1902

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  3. Colour legend:
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  6. Searchability of unique words refers to the distinct words in an article, and how many are present before and after correction. It is measure of how many of the words within an article could be used to find the article using a search engine.
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Article ID 4860479, Article, THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWY LEAGUE., page 4 1902-07-15, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 78 words, 4 corrections

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THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAIL- THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAIL- THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY
WAY LEAGUE. WAY LEAGUE. LEAGUE.
311 >j ii -vngas ñas acccpi.cu me pos* Mr. J. H. Angas has accepted the posi- 311 j ii -Angas has accepted the post
tion of pation to the Lind Giant Tiaiio tion of patron to the Land Grant Trans- tion of pation to the Land Grant Tiaiio
Continental Uiilvvav League ann i*"* Continental Railway League, and Sir Continental Railway League and its
Samuel Davenpoit has been appointed pre Samuel Davenport has been appointed pre- Samuel Davenport has been appointed president,
sidciit Active steps aie being taken to sident. Active steps are being taken to Active steps are being taken to
form blanches ol the league in the conn form branches of the league in the coun- form branches of the league in the conn
ttv, and the managing committee have is try, and the managing committee have is- try, and the managing committee have is
sued circulais, togcthei with a ltpiint ol sued circulars, together with a reprint of sued circulars, together with a reprint of
the îepoit of the first public meeting, to the report of the first public meeting, to the report of the first public meeting, to
all the corpoiations and district touueds all the corporations and district councils all the corporations and district councils
in the State in the State. in the State
Identified overProof corrections DAVENPORT COUNCILS CORPORATIONS ACCEPTED CIRCULARS TOGETHER REPRINT ARE LAND ANGAS REPORT GRANT BRANCHES PRESIDENT
Identified overProof non-corrections POSITION COUNTRY MR SIR TRANS PATRON
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All Words7062.991.476.9
Searchability of unique words4959.287.870.0
Weighted Words50.986.973.3

Article ID 4860811, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-02-04, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 337 words, 9 corrections

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Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices.
THE IRltNDS of the lite Mrs. SUb\NN Ul THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. SUSANNAH THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. SUb\NN Ul
BURLE\ ire respettfulh íniormed tliat her BURLEY are respectfully ínformed that her BURLEY are respectfully informed that her
Funeral will lei\c the re-udtneo of her daughter Funeral will leave the residence of her daughter Funeral will leave the residence of her daughter
(Mrs Pesgs) 100 Cilbert street THIS DAY (Mrs. Peggs), 109, Gilbert-street, THIS DAY (Mrs Pesgs) 100 Gilbert street THIS DAY
(Tuc-dn) at 2 p m for tht l\il terrace Cune (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for the West-terrace Ceme- (Tuesday) at 2 p m for the late terrace, Cemetery.
terj - I B SIEBHtT Í. SONS Undertaker;, ind tery.—J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, Undertakers and I B SIEBERT A. SONS Undertaker;, and
Embalmer- ItlcrAione 0S2 z."o Embalmers. Telephone 682. z35 Embalmer- ItlcrAione 682 zone
HE FRIFVDS of the lite Mr JOHN IOSFPH THE FRIENDS of the late Mr JOHN JOSEPH THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JOHN JOSEPH
COWIFIE are respectfully informed that CONNIFFE are respectfully informed that COWIFIE are respectfully informed that
his Funenl will lea\t. the residence of his sister his Funeral will leave the residence of his sister his Funeral will leave. the residence of his sister
(Mr* t Willi*) <. Hutt street lHI1» l>\\ (Mrs. C. Willis), 83, Hutt-street, THIS DAY (Mrs T Willis) <. Hutt street THIS DAY
(Tuesdii) it 3 "lo pm, for the Catholic Cemc (Tuesday), at 3.15 p.m., for the Catholic Ceme- (Tuesday) at 3 "lo pm, for the Catholic Ceme-
ttry, West terrace tery, West-terrace. tery, West terrace
J B S1EBERT & SONS J. B. SIEBERT & SONS. J B SIEBERT & SONS
Gouger street Undertakers and J mbalmcr" Gouger-street. Undertakers and Embalmers. Gouger street Undertakers and J Embalmer"
_z3o z35 zoo
mill IIIENDS. of the late Mr* \Ul.USTV THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. AUGUSTA mill FRIENDS. of the late Mrs AUGUSTA
-L hNLrfcL are respectfully informed tint her KNEESE are respectfully informed that her -L hNLrfcL are respectfully informed that her
Remains will be remo\ed from her late residence, Remains will be removed from her late residence, Remains will be removed from her late residence,
North terrace, Kent Town Tins DU <lue*day), North-terrace, Kent Town, THIS DAY (Tuesday), North terrace, Kent Town THIS DAY Tuesday),
at 5 p m , for interment in the Pa-\ neham Ceme at 5 p.m., for interment in the Payneham Ceme- at 5 p.m., for interment in the Past neham Cemetery
tcry tery.
PENGELLCV A, KNABL, PENGELLEY & KNABE, PENGELLEY A, KNABE,
Telephone 406 I ndertakcrs and Embalmer* Telephone 496. Undertakers and Embalmers. Telephone 406 I Undertakers and Embalmers
HE "FRIENDS of Mr-\LFRLD SIBL\ are m THE FRIENDS of Mr. ALFRED SIBLY are in- THE FRIENDS of Mr ALFRED SIBLY are in
formed that the funeral of his late Infant formed that the funeral of his late Infant formed that the funeral of his late Infant
DAUGlnTR will lea^e his . residence. Clifton DAUGHTER will leave his residence, Clifton- DAUGHTER will leave his residence, Clifton
street Mayland«, THIS DA\ (Tuesday), at 2 p m , street, Maylands, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., street Maylands, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 2 p.m.,
for the Payneham Cemetery ^ for the Payneham Cemetery. for the Payneham Cemetery R
P G VNNON1. Undertaker, Norwood P. GANNONI, Undertaker, Norwood. P G GANNONI. Undertaker, Norwood
THF FlUENDS of the late Mr JOSEPH L*MB THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JOSEPH LAMB- THE FRIENDS of the late Mr JOSEPH LAMB
DEN are informed that his Funeral will DEN are informed that his Funeral will DEN are informed that his Funeral will
leave the Adelaide Hospital THIS DAY (Tuesday), leave the Adelaide Hospital THIS DAY (Tuesday), leave the Adelaide Hospital THIS DAY (Tuesday),
at 3 45 p ra , for the West terrace Cemetery at 3 45 p.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery. at 3.45 p m for the West terrace Cemetery
P GANNONI, Undertaker, P. GANNONI, Undertaker, P GANNONI, Undertaker,
Norwood Norwood. Norwood
rnHF FRIENDS of the late Mr JEREMI \H THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JEREMIAH THE FRIENDS of the late Mr JEREMIAH
X HELPS late of Redbanks, are informed that HELPS, late of Redbanks, are informed that X HELPS late of Redbanks, are informed that
his rimerai will leave thd residence of Mr Richard his funeral will leave the residence of Mr. Richard his Funeral will leave the residence of Mr Richard
Thompson, Exmouth road, Fxeter, on WEDNFS Thompson, Exmouth-road, Exeter, on WEDNES- Thompson, Exmouth road, Exeter, on WEDNESDAY
1)\\, at 10 am , for service it Salisbury Baptist DAY, at 10 a.m., for service at Salisbury Baptist at 10 am for service at Salisbury Baptist
Chapel and thence to the Barton Cemetcr> Chapel, and thence to the Barton Cemetery. Chapel and thence to the Barton Cemetery
35 6_M F DESLANDES Undertaker 35-6 | W. F. DESLANDES, Undertaker. 35 SM F DESLANDES Undertaker
fflUi FRIENDS of the late Mr ROBERT J B THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ROBERT J. B. fflUi FRIENDS of the late Mr ROBERT J B
PFNNO late of Willaroo Redhill and Black PENNO, late of Wallaroo, Redhill and Black PENNO late of Wallaroo Redhill and Black
wood arc informed that his Funeral will Iea\e his wood, are informed that his Funeral will leave his wood are informed that his Funeral will Leave his
late residence, Grange road Roy al Park, THIS late residence, Grange-road, Royal Park, THIS late residence, Grange road Royal Park, THIS
D\Y, at 130 pm, for the Woodulle Cemetery. DAY, at 4.30 p.m., for the Woodville Cemetery. DAY, at 150 pm, for the Woodville Cemetery.
V, F DESLINDES, Undertaker. W. F. DESLANDES, Undertaker. W, F DESLANDES, Undertaker.
Identified overProof corrections /GILBERT/STREET|GILBERTSTREET AUGUSTA WEDNESDAY WOODVILLE PENGELLEY ALFRED BURLEY LAMBDEN KNABE ROYAL EMBALMERS WALLAROO JEREMIAH EXETER SIBLY REMOVED SIEBERT WILLIS PENNO MAYLANDS
Identified overProof non-corrections CONNIFFE ÍNFORMED KNEESE SUSANNAH PEGGS
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All Words26269.195.485.2
Searchability of unique words9874.594.980.0
Weighted Words72.693.877.3

Article ID 4861406, Article, INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. Tuesday, March 25. (Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.), page 3 1902-03-26, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 191 words, 7 corrections

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INSOLVENCY COURT-ADELAIDE. INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. INSOLVENCY COURT-ADELAIDE.
Tuesday, March 25. Tuesday, March 25. Tuesday, March 25.
(Before his lionor Mr. Commissioner Russell.) (Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.) (Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.)
liielit Mectinsr -In re Charles Sovrter, of 0 Hil Audit Meeting.—In re Charles Sowter, of O'Hal- Audit Meeting -In re Charles Sowter, of 0 His
lorin street Adehidt painter Mr E J Ronald loran-street, Adelaide, painter. Mr. E. J. Ronald form street Adelaide painter Mr E J Ronald
appeared for the trustee Insolvent made certain appeared for the trustee. Insolvent made certain appeared for the trustee Insolvent made certain
quine;, respecting solicitors' bills of costs, whicn I queries respecting solicitors' bills of costs, which quine;, respecting solicitors' bills of costs, which the
the Commissioner dealt with His Honor allowee! the Commissioner dealt with His Honor allowed Commissioner dealt with His Honor allowed
the bills" which had been taxed by the regis the bills which had been taxed by the regis- the bills which had been taxed by the registrar
trai trar.
Vdjonrned Fin ii Hearing -In re George Douglas Adjourned Final Hearing.—In re George Douglas Adjourned Fin is Hearing -In re George Douglas
\ndnv\ = of I lindley street Aelelaide, dealer and Andrews, of Hindley-street, Adelaide, dealer and Andrew s of I Hindley-street Adelaide, dealer and
auctioneer trading as "Federal Furnishing Com auctioneer, trading as "Federal Furnishing Com- auctioneer trading as Federal Furnishing Com
I irn llr I li Sinclair for the Official Re pany." Mr. J. H. Sinclair for the Official Re- I am sir I li Sinclair for the Official Re-
t(i\cr Mr I Pope íor the insolvent Mr W ceiver, Mr. T. Pope for the insolvent, Mr. W. river Mr T Pope for the insolvent Mr W
Culross] f(i Messr« I Uoid &, Co, creditors and Culross for Messrs. J. Reid & Co., creditors, and Culross] for Messrs I Uoid &, Co, creditors and
Mr 1 \\ I leming for Mear* T Marshall and Mr. T. W. Fleming for Messrs. J. Marshall and Mr T W Fleming for Messrs T Marshall and
Co , creditor» Co., creditors. Co , creditors
Mr bimi ur laid dearies igam»t the insolvent Mr. Sinclair laid charges against the insolvent Mr bind us laid dearies against the insolvent
of hanns contneted a debt with Edward George of having contracted a debt with Edward George of having contracted a debt with Edward George
Shornejy during October, 1901, without having inv Shorney during October, 1901, without having any Shorney during October, 1901, without having any
re is »nable ox probable expectation of pajjnent reasonable or probable expectation of payment re is unable or probable expectation of payment
it tin, tin e flic insolvent vv 13 put in the box, at the time. The insolvent was put in the box, is in, the e flic insolvent vv 13 put in the box,
ind was cross examined bj Mr Sinclair at lensrth and was cross examined by Mr. Sinclair at length. and was cross examined by Mr Sinclair at length
Intimation was. niven that the evidence had closed, Intimation was given that the evidence had closed, Intimation was. given that the evidence had closed,
and the court adjourned until \pnl S and the court adjourned until April 8. and the court adjourned until April S
Identified overProof corrections AUDIT PAYMENT REGISTRAR CONTRACTED LENGTH GIVEN MESSRS /HINDLEY/STREET|HINDLEYSTREET FLEMING SOWTER SHORNEY ANY APRIL OR MEETING ALLOWED AGAINST
Identified overProof non-corrections OHALLORANSTREET COMPANY QUERIES REASONABLE RECEIVER REID FINAL CHARGES TIME ANDREWS
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All Words15871.590.566.7
Searchability of unique words10073.090.063.0
Weighted Words73.189.059.2

Article ID 4864584, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-02-01, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 273 words, 8 corrections

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Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices.
rPUE ! RUNDS of the late RICHVRD IVMrù THE FRIENDS of the late RICHARD JAMES THE ! FRIENDS of the late RICHARD JAMES
J- 1I\RT ire re-pectfulli informed tint In-. HART are respectfully informed that his J- HEARD are respectfully informed that In-.
Hem uti-, will be removed fn m his lite residence, Remains will be removed from his late residence, Here it-, will be removed from his late residence,
(.lotiec-ai r -.tieet I r | pt lilli I)V^ (Pebru Gloucester-street, Prospect, THIS DAY (Febru- (Rothesay r -street I r p pt till IVY (Pebru
in 3) it 3 p m for interment m the Hindmirbh ary 1), at 3 p.m., for interment in the Hindmarsh in 3) it 3 p.m. for interment in the Hindmarsh
Ccmeteri No doner-. Cemetery. No flowers. Cemetery No donee-.
P letORNU tndcrtaler P. LeCORNU, Undertaker. P LeCORNU Undertaker
712 >S O Conudl ,trect, North \delaide z32 | 58, O'Connell-street, North Adelaide. 712 S O Connell street, North Adelaide
fTvlII I RUNDS of Mr GI-ORGL MITCHELL are THE FRIENDS of Mr. GEORGE MITCHELL are fTvlII FRIENDS of Mr GEORGE MITCHELL are
J- informed that the luneril of his lite Wirb informed that the Funeral of his late WIFE informed that the Funeral of his late WIFE
mil le ive his residence \ letona street, Islington, will leave his residence, Victoria-street, Islington, will leave his residence Victoria-street, Islington,
I His C-Uurdav) \[ 11 l.NOON it 1 pin tjr the THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 4 p.m., for the I His Saturday) April NOON at 1 p.m. for the
Islington Cemeterv Islington Cemetery. Islington Cemetery
Iel 7îa (IO DOWNS «L.'sON I ndert iker Tel. 735 GEO. DOWNS & SONS, Undertakers. Tel 77s (IO DOWNS season I ndert iker
_z32_ | z32 _z32_
rnill I MINDS of the late Mi ullif">\ THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. OTTO W. mill I MINDS of the late Mr ullif">\
-I IvOLHN \ ire re pecttulli inferuu-d tint lu« KOEHNA are respectfully informed that his -I IvOLHN A are repectfully informed that his
Funeril will It ive his lite residente IiedericK Funeral will leave his late residence, Frederick- Funeral will leave his late residence, Frederick
street N irfli hensington TIHn D \\ (Sitiiriliivj, street, North Kensington, THIS DAY (Saturday), street N rifle Kensington TIHn D W (Sitiiriliivj,
at 2 o clock for Piinehnm t cmctcn at 2 o clock, for Payneham Cemetery. at 2 o'clock for Payneham t cemetery
G I TRI \LLIO\ Lnd it dor G. J. TREVELION, Undertaker. G I THE YELLOW End it dor
Telephone 748 Magill rou! Norwood Telephone 748. Magill-road, Norwood. Telephone 748 Magill road! Norwood
mill IR1I NDS of t«ic late Mr~\NDRI*W~S1MP THE FRIENDS of the later Mr. ANDREW SIMP- mile TRIP NDS of the late Mr~\NDRI*W~S1MP
J- «ON ure re**pcctfullv iiiftrmed thil his rum SON are respectfully informed that his Fune- J- TON are respectfully informed that his rum
ni will have his lite re«ideiici No 10» f lile ral will leave his late residence, No. 192, Gilles- it will have his late residence No 105 of life
street cist TOMORROW (Stinduv), it 5 pm for street east, TOMORROW (Sunday), at 3 p.m., for street city TOMORROW (Sunday), at 5 p.m. for
tlie W c*t ten lee Cemeterv the West-terrace Cemetery. the W c*t service Cemetery
_R T W M LALANN & SONS I ndcrtakcrs R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers. R T W M LALANN & SONS I undertakers'
nilli H H*ND8«of Mr and Mr« W C TILL ire THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. TILL are bills H HaNDS of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. TILL are
i inf rmed that the Funei ii of tneir 1 itc informed that the Funeral of their late informed that the Funeral of their 1 etc
.»ON (Leslie George) vvi'l leave their Hie reí SON (Leslie George) will leave their late resi- SON (Leslie George) will leave their His residence
dence Mi rtle street Prospect THI*-* I>\\, it dence, Myrtle-street, Prospect, THIS DAY, at Mr rule street Prospect THIS DAY, at
5 SO p m for the North road tfenicterv 5.30 p.m., for the North-road cemetery. 2 SO p m for the North road cemetery
( r O BRADLI -t A, SON, Undertakci GEO. BRADLEY & SONS, Undertakers. ( r O BRADLEY A SON, Undertaker
Phone 1 254 lil, O Connell street, N V Phone 1,254. 161, O'Connell-street, N.A. Phone 1 254 lil, O Connell street, N V
Identified overProof corrections JAMES SATURDAY UNDERTAKER LECORNU WIFE /VICTORIA/STREET|VICTORIASTREET UNDERTAKERS MRS BRADLEY FRIENDS DAY FROM SUNDAY KENSINGTON CEMETERY THIS PAYNEHAM RESPECTFULLY ADELAIDE RICHARD FREDERICK TEL HINDMARSH
Identified overProof non-corrections OTTO LATER GEO /GLOUCESTER/STREET|GLOUCESTERSTREET ANDREW CLOCK [**VANDALISED] GILLES FEBRUARY /WEST/TERRACE|WESTTERRACE /OCONNELL/STREET|OCONNELLSTREET FLOWERS /OCONNELL/STREET|OCONNELLSTREET KOEHNA REMAINS SIMPSON TREVELION /MYRTLE/STREET|MYRTLESTREET HART EAST WALLMANN AFTERNOON
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All Words18339.976.060.0
Searchability of unique words8348.274.751.2
Weighted Words45.671.647.9

Article ID 4865095, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-08-01, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 259 words, 7 corrections

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Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices.
rilHE FRIENDS of Mr. EDWARD DOUGLAS THE FRIENDS of Mr. EDWARD DOUGLAS THE FRIENDS of Mr. EDWARD DOUGLAS
?*- WALLACE are respectfully informed that the WALLACE are respectfully informed that the is- WALLACE are respectfully informed that the
Funeral of his late SON (Leslie-), will leave his Funeral of his late SON (Leslie), will leave his Funeral of his late SON (Leslie-), will leave his
residence, Wrigiit-«trcet EaM, on FRIDAY, at 4 residence, Wright-street East, on FRIDAY, at 4 residence, Wright-street East, on FRIDAY, at 4
P.m.. for the Wet.t-terr.ict; Cemetery. p.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery. p.m., for the West-terrace; Cemetery.
It. T. WALtALVNN & SONS. Undertakers. R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers. R. T. WALtALVNN & SONS. Undertakers.
"TUIE FRIEND* of .Mr. JAMES A. MITCHELL are THE FRIENDS of Mr. JAMES A. MITCHELL are "THE FRIENDS of Mr. JAMES A. MITCHELL are
-»- infoime<l that the Remains of his late SON informed that the Remains of his late SON informed that the Remains of his late SON
(Alexander .1. Ci.) will be removed fruni his resi- (Alexander J. G.) will be removed from his resi- (Alexander J. C.) will be removed from his residence,
dence, Ivy-street, Rosewater, on FRIDAY, at 12.30 dence, Ivy-street, Rosewater, on FRIDAY, at 12.30 Ivy-street, Rosewater, on FRIDAY, at 12.30
p.m., for interment in the. Woodville Cemetery. p.m., for interment in the Woodville Cemetery. p.m., for interment in the. Woodville Cemetery.
J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer, J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer, J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer,
Sr. Vincent-street, Port: mid Melbourne-place. Al- St. Vincent-street, Port; and Melbourne-place. Al- St. Vincent-street, Port: and Melbourne-place. Alberton.
berton. Telephone 110. berton. Telephone 110. Telephone 110.
THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CHARLES THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CHARLES THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CHARLES
ANDREW MARCH are informed that his ANDREW MARCH are informed that his ANDREW MARCH are informed that his
Remains will be removed from tlu residence of Remains will be removed from the residence of Remains will be removed from the residence of
his brother, Chadd-street, Rosewater, on FRI- his brother, Chadd-street, Rosewater, on FRI- his brother, Chadd street, Rosewater, on FRIDAY.
DA Y. at 11 iLiii.. for interment in the Wood- DAY, at 11 a.m., for interment in the Wood- at 11 Line.. for interment in the Woodville
ville Catholic Cemetery. ville Catholic Cemetery. Catholic Cemetery.
.T. C. HADDY, Umlertaker and Embalmer. J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer. T. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer.
St. Vinccnt-elreet, Port; and Melbourne-place, St. Vincent-street, Port; and Melbourne-place, St. Vincent-street, Port; and Melbourne-place,
Telephone 110. y213_Alberton. Telephone 110. | z213. | Alberton. Telephone 110. 213 Alberton.
miJE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ROBERT MUH THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ROBERT THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ROBERT MUH
MURRAY are respectfully informed that his Re- MURRAY are respectfully informed that his Re- MURRAY are respectfully informed that his Remains
mains will be removed from his late residence, mains will be removed from his late residence, will be removed from his late residence,
Leader-street. Goodwood, mu SATURDAY, at 3 Leader-street, Goodwood, on SATURDAY, at 3 Leader-street. Goodwood, on SATURDAY, at 3
o'clock, for interment; in the West-terrace Ceme- o'clock, for interment in the West-terrace Ceme- o'clock, for interment; in the West-terrace Cemetery.
tery. tery.
" WM. JARVIS. Undertaker, WM. JARVIS. Undertaker, WM. JARVIS. Undertaker,
_ King William-road, Unley. King William-road, Unley. _ King William-road, Unley.
.XriCTORY LODGE. U.A.O.D.. VICTORY LODGE. U.A.O.D., .XriCTORY LODGE. U.A.O.D..
V No. .17.-Brothers will plexse No. 37.—Brothers will please V No. 37. Brothers will please
assemble at Lodgeroom, Good- assemble at Lodgeroom, Good- assemble at Lodgeroom, Goodwood
wood Park Hotel, on SATUR- wood Park Hotel, on SATUR- Park Hotel, on SATURDAY.
DAY. August 2. at 2.45 p.m., to DAY, August 2, at 2.45 p.m., to August 2 at 2.45 p.m., to
follow the Remains of late Bro. follow the Remains of late Bro. follow the Remains of late Bro.
ROBERT MURRAY to West-ter- ROBERT MURRAY to West-ter- ROBERT MURRAY to West-terrace
race Cemetery. race Cemetery. Cemetery.
A. W. GRANT. Secretan-. A. W. GRANT, Secretary. A. W. GRANT. Secretary.
NDERTAKING UNDERTAKING UNDERTAKING
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
MAYFIELD &. SONS, MAYFIELD &. SONS, MAYFIELD &. SONS,
Telephone No. 475, Adelaide. Telephone No. 475, Adelaide. Telephone No. 475, Adelaide.
Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business honre. Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours. Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours.
2ÔI-294 204-294 288-298
Identified overProof corrections PLEASE /WRIGHT/STREET|WRIGHTSTREET SECRETARY UNDERTAKING EAST HOURS
Identified overProof non-corrections VICTORY /WEST/TER|WESTTER [**VANDALISED] WALLMANN RACE [**VANDALISED]
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All Words21190.098.181.0
Searchability of unique words10392.296.150.0
Weighted Words92.295.947.7

Article ID 4865391, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-05-10, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 194 words, 7 corrections

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Funeral NoticQ<?. Funeral Notices. Funeral Notice?.
fpHE FRIENDS of MR and Mltó E EV> hit . re THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. E. EWER are THE FRIENDS of MR and MRS E E hit re
-*- re«r>ectfiillv informed th it the Rem uns of respectfully informed that the Remains of -W- respectfully informed that the Remains of
their lite SO.N (Fdvv.ird) will be remirt.il fr>»m their late SON (Edward) will be removed from their late SON (Edward) will be removed from
thou- re>id<nrc. Full mon road. Parkside, Hill their residence, Fullarton-road, Parkside, THIS their- residence. Full moon road. Parkside, Hill
HAY. .it ó 30 p ni . foi lntcnnenl in the M <*-,t DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for interment in the West- DAY. at 2 30 p m for interment in the M <*-,t
terniii Cemetary. terrace Cemetery. terrace Cemetery.
E IILNNIGn. Cndirt.liver. 1J'>. Hmdliv street E. HENNIGS, Undertaker, 119, Hindley-street. E HENNIGS. Cndirt.liver. 12. Hindley street
rrilC PRlKNDb of the late Mi. llliliUUlï C t-V1.H THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. HERBERT SALE rrilC FRIENDS of the late Mr. llliliUUlï C t V.H
X ire informed that lu-. I umral v ill U ive are informed that his Funeral will leave are informed that his-. Funeral will U give
hi"; lite residente, llmiilnirv-tiu t. Pro-put, THIS his late residence, Highbury-street, Prospect, THIS his"; late residence, llmiilnirv-tiu t. Prospect, THIS
AITLRNOOX l>itiirdav). "at .,.,0 for iht North AFTERNOON (Saturday), at 3.30 for the North- AFTERNOON Saturday). at .,.,0 for the North
road Cemt'tiiv road Cemetery. road Cemetery
1.1.0 DOWNS .1 SON, Undertaker-, GEO. DOWNS & SON, Undertakers, 1.1.0 DOWNS A SON, Undertakers,
'telephone T.ij Telephone 735. telephone This
rrilC FRIENDS of the late Mr. JOHN I RIM!' THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JOHN CRIMP rrilC FRIENDS of the late Mr. JOHN I RIM!'
J- .ne lc-pectfuUy informed that lus J-'imii.il are respectfully informed that his Funeral J- are respectfully informed that his Jerimiah
will leave his late residence, Brighton, 10 MOR- will leave his late residence, Brighton, TO-MOR- will leave his late residence, Brighton, 10 MORROW
ROW" (Sundi}), at -¡'0 pin, for the Rnghi'Ui ROW (Sunday), at 3.30 p.m., for the Brighton (Sunday), at -2 p.m., for the Rnghi'Ui
Cemeterv -.1 lIK.IU'r. lindert.iker and Lmhil Cemetery.—J. HIGHET, Undertaker and Embal- Cemetery-J lIK.IU'r. undertaker and Lmhil
mti, Brighton « mer, Brighton. men, Brighton is
alilE FRIENDS of Mr W. II TONKIN an le THE FRIENDS of Mr. W. H. TONKIN are re- still FRIENDS of Mr W. H TONKIN an re-
- s'lectfullv informed tint the Funeral of ins spectfully informed that the Funeral of his spectfully informed that the Funeral of his
late SON (.William Rov) will It ive his residence. late SON (William Roy) will leave his residence, late SON (William Roy) will leave his residence.
Clulders-strect, North Adelaide, TO-MORROW Childers-street, North Adelaide, TO-MORROW Childers-street, North Adelaide, TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 2 p m., for the West-terrace Ceme- (Sunday), at 2 p.m., for the West-terrace Ceme- (Sunday), at 2 p.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery.
tery. tery.
Gi:0 BRADLEY i. SON*. Undertaker«, GEO. BRADLEY &. SON, Undertakers, GEO BRADLEY i. SONS. Undertakers,
'Phone 1.251 K.l. O'Comell stieet, N A_ 'Phone 1,254. 161, O'Connell street, N. A. 'Phone 1254 Kal. O'Connell street, N A
Identified overProof corrections INTERMENT SATURDAY /CHILDERS/STREET|CHILDERSSTREET PROSPECT GEO ARE UNDERTAKERS EDWARD MRS OCONNELL /HINDLEY/STREET|HINDLEYSTREET DAY FROM REMOVED HENNIGS ROY REMAINS RESPECTFULLY AFTERNOON
Identified overProof non-corrections CRIMP HERBERT EMBALMER /TO/MOR|TOMOR SALE /HIGHBURY/STREET|HIGHBURYSTREET ROW /FULLARTON/ROAD|FULLARTONROAD NOTICES HIGHET ARERESPECTFULLY EWER
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Article ID 4865393, Article, ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECKING., page 8 1902-05-10, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 88 words, 4 corrections

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ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECKING. ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECKING. ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECKING.
A ra.iiw.rv- gangei found the tem un» i A railway ganger found the remains of a A railway- ganger found the tem unit of a
gate lying ocios» the Brighton bne tlni gate lying across the Brighton line this gate lying across the Brighton line this
morning The obsta» le had been lifted off morning. The obstacle had been lifted off morning The obstacle had been lifted off
its hinges «it the entrance to St Kilda Park, its hinges at the entrance to St. Kilda Park, its hinges at the entrance to St Kilda Park,
earned 60 \ards down the embankment, carried 60 yards down the embankment, earned 60 yards down the embankment,
and dehberateh placed m po-ition on the and deliberately placed in position on the and deliberately placed in position on the
line Fortunately one of the eirlj tram* line. Fortunately one of the early trains line Fortunately one of the early train
this morning cut through the woodwork, this morning cut through the woodwork, this morning cut through the woodwork,
and so foiled the intentions of the trim and so foiled the intentions of the train- and so foiled the intentions of the trim
wrecker« Hid the wheels »track the wreckers. Had the wheels struck the wreckers Had the wheels struck the
hcaw iron binges on the gate a serious heavy iron hinges on the gate a serious heavy iron hinges on the gate a serious
thsaster would have resulted disaster would have resulted. disaster would have resulted
Identified overProof corrections POSITION IN RAILWAY AT DISASTER YARDS WRECKERS STRUCK EARLY HEAVY OBSTACLE ACROSS DELIBERATELY GANGER
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Article ID 4866016, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-02-20, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 57 words, 6 corrections

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_Fanerai Notices._ Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices.
mill ÏRIlNDb of Mr CL UP! 1U-RR1V-arl THE FRIENDS of Mr. CLAUDE HERRING are mill FRIENDS of Mr CL UP! 1U-RR1V-arl
J- re-.Kctfulh informed tim the Rennins of his respectfully informed that the Remains of his J- respectfully informed that the remains of his
lite Wllr ( \liee (olver) will bl removed frini late WIFE (Alice Colyer) will be removed from late Wife ( thee (ever) will be removed from
lus rc-iiicmi (.illiirt-tint vi'ilmli THIS his residence, Gilbert-street, Adelaide, THIS his residence (.illiirt-tint victims THIS
HW iliiur*d.iO it > pin f r interment in the DAY (Thursday), at 3 p.m. for interment in the DAY iliiur*d.iO it > pm for interment in the
^c-t terrai e ( emotcii West-terrace Cemetery. West terrace e ( emotion
1 r LLI 10TT F. T. ELLIOTT. 1 r LLI 10TH
7A I ndertiker jnd 1 mbilmcr Bowden z51 | Undertaker and Embalmer, Bowden. 7A I Undertaker and 1 Embalmer Bowden
Identified overProof corrections FUNERAL EMBALMER UNDERTAKER WIFE BE RESIDENCE FRIENDS DAY THAT LATE FROM FOR AND REMAINS
Identified overProof non-corrections /WEST/TERRACE|WESTTERRACE ELLIOTT AT CLAUDE THURSDAY HERRING CEMETERY COLYER /GILBERT/STREET|GILBERTSTREET ADELAIDE ALICE ARERESPECTFULLY
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Article ID 4868363, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-08-12, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 402 words, 5 corrections

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Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices.
THE FRIEND» of the late Mrs. HENRIETTE THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. HENRIETTE THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. HENRIETTE
LUCIA MACKERETH, of South-terrace, are LUCIA MACKERETH, of South-terrace, are LUCIA MACKERETH, of South-terrace, are
respectfully informed that her Remains were in- respectfully informed that her Remains were in- respectfully informed that her Remains were interred
terred in the West-terrace Cemetery on MONDAY, terred in the West-terrace Cemetery on MONDAY, in the West-terrace Cemetery on MONDAY,
August li. August 11. August li.
E. HENNIGS. Undertaker. E. HENNIGS. Undertaker. E. HENNIGS. Undertaker.
THE FRIENDS of Mr. J. B. MULLINS are re- THE FRIENDS of Mr. J. B. MULLINS are re- THE FRIENDS of Mr. J. B. MULLINS are respectfully
spectfully informed that the Funeral of his spectfully informed that the Funeral of his informed that the Funeral of his
late WIFE will leave the residence of Jlr. J. C!. late WIFE will leave the residence of Mr. J. G. late WIFE will leave the residence of Mr. J. C!.
Coombs, Grenfcll-street east, on TUESDAY, at 3 Coombs, Grenfell-street east, on TUESDAY, at 3 Coombs, Grenfell-street east, on TUESDAY, at 3
p.m., for tlie West-terrace Cemetery. p.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery. p.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery.
J. B. SIEBEKT & SONS, Undertakcri, J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, Undertakers. J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, Undertakers,
Telephone 0S2. Gouger-street. Telephone 682. Gouger-street. Telephone 682. Gouger-street.
THE FRIENDS of Mr. CAR FREDERICK PE- THE FRIENDS of Mr. CARL FREDERICK PE- THE FRIENDS of Mr. CAR IS FREDERICK PETERSON
TERSON are informed that the Remains of TERSON are informed that the Remains of are informed that the Remains of
his late DAUGHTER (Elsie Maud) will bo re- his late DAUGHTER (Elsie Maud) will be re- his late DAUGHTER (Elsie Maud) will be removed
moved from his residence, Buller-terrace. Alber- moved from his residence, Buller-terrace, Alber- from his residence, Buller-terrace. Alberton,
ton, on TUESDAY, at 10 a.m., for interment in ton, on TUESDAY, at 10 a.m., for interment in on TUESDAY, at 10 a.m., for interment in
the Woodville Ccmotcrj. the Woodville Cemetery. the Woodville Cemetery.
J. ('. II ADDY. Undertaker and Embalmer. J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer. J. ('C HADDY. Undertaker and Embalmer.
St. Vincent-street, Port, and Melbourne-place, St. Vincent-street, Port, and Melbourne-place, St. Vincent-street, Port, and Melbourne-place,
Alberton. Tcleuhone 110. Alberton. Telephone 110. Alberton. Telephone 110.
riTUIi FRIENDS of the late Mr. LOUIE THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. LOUIE riTUIi FRIENDS of the late Mr. LOUIE
J- ANTHONY KEMPT arc informed that his ANTHONY REMPT are informed that his J- ANTHONY KEMPT are informed that his
Remains will lie removed from his late residence, Remains will be removed from his late residence, Remains will be removed from his late residence,
next to the Scotch Church, Nortli-terrace, Ade- next to the Scotch Church, North-terrace, Ade- next to the Scotch Church, North-terrace, Adelaide,
laide, on TUESDAY, at 3 p.m., for interment in laide, on TUESDAY, at 3 p.m., for interment in on TUESDAY, at 3 p.m., for interment in
the West-terrace Cemetery. No flowers. the West-terrace Cemetery. No flowers. the West-terrace Cemetery. No flowers.
.1. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer, J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer, J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer,
St. Vincent-street, Port, and Melbourne St. Vincent-street, Port, and Melbourne St. Vincent-street, Port, and Melbourne
Telephone 110. place. Alberton. 22S-4 Telephone 110. place. Alberton. | 223-4 Telephone 110. place. Alberton. 2284
OYAL DUKE OF PORT LOYAL DUKE OF PORT- LOYAL DUKE OF PORT
' LAND LODGE. G.U.O. LAND LODGE. G.U.O. ' LAND LODGE. G.U.O.
I. O.P.-'Hie MEMBERS of the O.F.—The MEMBERS of the I. O.P.-'Hie MEMBERS of the
above aio respectfully request- above are respectfully request- above are respectfully requested
ed to MEET at the late- resi- ed to MEET at the late resi- to MEET at the late- resi-
dence of our late BROTHER L. A. REMPT, dence of our late BROTHER L. A. REMPT, dence of our late BROTHER L. A. REMPT,
North-terrace, Adelaide, on TUESDAY, al 3 p.m., North-terrace, Adelaide, on TUESDAY, at 3 p.m., North-terrace, Adelaide, on TUESDAY, at 3 p.m.,
to FOLLOW his REMAINS to the West-terrace to FOLLOW his REMAINS to the West-terrace to FOLLOW his REMAINS to the West-terrace
Ccmeterv.-B;- order, Cemetery.—By order, Cemetery-B;- order,
_J. F. DQNNELL. Secretary. J. F. DONNELL, Secretary. J. F. DONNELL. Secretary.
?TIHE BRETHREN of the LODGE OF UNITY, No. THE BRETHREN of the LODGE OF UNITY, No. THE BRETHREN of the LODGE OF UNITY, No.
-*- 7. are requested to attend the FUNERAL of 7, are requested to attend the FUNERAL of -2- 7. are requested to attend the FUNERAL of
our late Brother LOUIE ANTHONY REMPT, leav- our late Brother LOUIE ANTHONY REMPT, leav- our late Brother LOUIE ANTHONY REMPT, leaving
ing his late icsidenee. North-terrace, on TUES- ing his late residence, North-terrace, on TUES- his late residence. North-terrace, on TUESDAY,
DAY, at 3 p.m. DAY, at 3 p.m. at 3 p.m.
,11. SLADE, W.M. H. SLADE, W.M. 11. SLADE, W.M.
milla FRIENDS of Mr. and Mr«. W. H. THOMP THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. mills FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. THOMP
J- SON ure respectfully informed that the Re- THOMPSON are respectfully informed that the SON are respectfully informed that the Re-
Remains of their late SON (William David) will be Remains of their late SON (William David) will be Remains of their late SON (William David will be
removed from their residence, Victoria-street, High- removed from their residence, Victoria-street, High- removed from their residence, Victoria-street, High-
bury,* on TUESDAY, at 3 p.m., for interment in bury, on TUESDAY, at 3 p.m., for interment in bury on TUESDAY, at 3 p.m., for interment in
the Islington Ccmeterv. the Islington Cemetery. the Islington Cemetery.
F. T. ELLIOTT. Undertaker anti Embalmer. F. T. ELLIOTT, Undertaker and Embalmer. F. T. ELLIOTT. Undertaker and Embalmer.
Bowden. Bowden. Bowden.
rpiIE FRIENDS of Mr. ARTHUR WYATT arc ro THE FRIENDS of Mr. ARTHUR WYATT are re- THE FRIENDS of Mr. ARTHUR WYATT are to
-*- «peetfully informed that his Remains will spectfully informed that his Remains will -*- spectfully informed that his Remains will
be removed from his late residence, Boyle-street, be removed from his late residence, Boyle-street, be removed from his late residence, Boyle-street,
Prospect, on TUESDAY, at 4 p.m., for interment Prospect, on TUESDAY, at 4 p.m., for interment Prospect, on TUESDAY, at 4 p.m., for interment
in the Islington Cemetery. in the Islington Cemetery. in the Islington Cemetery.
P. LeCORNU, Undertaker, P. LeCORNU, Undertaker, P. LeCORNU, Undertaker,
. î" OS, O'Connell-strcet, North Adelaide. 68, O'Connell-street, North Adelaide. î" 68, O'Connell-street, North Adelaide.
Telephone 313. Telephone 313. Telephone 313.
TTNJDEBTAKING UNDERTAKING UNDERTAKING
U AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. U AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
MAYFIELD & SONS, MAYFIELD & SONS, MAYFIELD & SONS,
Telephone No. 475, Adelaide. Telephone No. 475, Adelaide. Telephone No. 475, Adelaide.
Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours. Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours. Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours.
201-294 | 204-294 201-294
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Article ID 4870706, Article, THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT. To the Editor., page 7 1902-01-13, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 162 words, 7 corrections

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THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT. THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT. THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT.
To the Editor. To the Editor. To the Editor.
Sir-If "Demos" had any common-sense Sir—If "Demos" had any common-sense Sir If "Demos" had any common-sense
he Avould ascertain the faces before rushing he would ascertain the facts before rushing he would ascertain the faces before rushing
into print. He says the Eurelia station' into print. He says the Eurelia station- into print. He says the Eurelia station'
master had to be woke up. Let me tell master had to be woke up. Let me tell master had to be woke up. Let me tell
him that the stationmastcv here Avas on him that the stationmaster here was on him that the stationmaster here was on
duty all night. Ask the man Avho was sent duty all night. Ask the man who was sent duty all night. Ask the man who was sent
here if he had to .lAvake the stationtnnster. here if he had to awake the stationmaster. here if he had to invoke the stationmaster.
As to pulling the tricycle up hill to Eurelia, As to pulling the tricycle up hill to Eurelia, As to pulling the tricycle up hill to Eurelia,
if "Demos" nad any common-sens-e or any if "Demos" had any common-sense or any if "Demos" had any common-sense or any
knowledge of railway tricycles, he Avould knowledge of railway tricycles, he would knowledge of railway tricycles, he would
knoAV it wa» easier to pull up hill than to know it was easier to pull up hill than to know it was easier to pull up hill than to
push and carry the tricycle for about a mile push and carry the tricycle for about a mile push and carry the tricycle for about a mile
owing to the smash blocking the line. I owing to the smash blocking the line. I owing to the smash blocking the line. I
can tell "Demos" that Avord Avas receiA'ed can tell "Demos" that word was received can tell "Demos" that word was received
at Eurelia as to the accident about a quar- at Eurelia as to the accident about a quarter at Eurelia as to the accident about a quar-
to 5 o'clock in the morning, and the to 5 o'clock in the morning, and the to 5 o'clock in the morning, and the
Stationmaster there had established tele-» stationmaster there had established tele- Stationmaster there had established tells
communication between Walloway graphic communication between Walloway communication between Walloway
and Petersburg before 0 a.m., which could and Petersburg before 6 a.m., which could and Petersburg before 0 a.m., which could
not have been bettered much.-I am. &c, not have been bettered much.—I am. &c., not have been bettered much. I am. etc,
P. J. CUMMINGS, P. J. CUMMINGS. P. J. CUMMINGS,
Eurelia, January 9, 1902. Eurelia, January 9, 1902. Eurelia, January 9, 1902.
Identified overProof corrections WORD WOULD RECEIVED WHO KNOW
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Article ID 4872291, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-08-25, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 373 words, 7 corrections

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Funeral Notices Funeral Notices Funeral Notices
TUE FRIENDS of the late Miss LILIAN H. THE FRIENDS of the late Miss LILIAN H. THE FRIENDS of the late Miss LILIAN H.
AUSTIN arc respectfully informed that her AUSTIN are respectfully informed that her AUSTIN are respectfully informed that her
Funeral will leave her Father's residence. Knights- Funeral will leave her Father's residence, Knights- Funeral will leave her Father's residence. Knights-
bridge, on MONDAY, at 2 p.m., for the Mitcham bridge, on MONDAY, at 2 p.m., for the Mitcham bridge, on MONDAY, at 2 p.m., for the Mitcham
Ccmetcrv. Cemetery. Cemetery.
R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers, R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers, R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers,
Telephone 7«i9. 144 ariu"l46, Pulteney-strcct. Telephone 769. 144 and 146, Pulteney-street. Telephone 769. 144 adults, Pulteney-street.
iTUIE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM
-*- HALL, ot Halifax-street, arc respectfully in- HALL, of Halifax-street, are respectfully in- -F- HALL, of Halifax-street, are respectfully informed
formed that the Remains of their late ' SON formed that the Remains of their late SON that the Remains of their late SON
(Allan (jcoTgc) was interred in the Wcst-U-rracc (Allan George) was interred in the West-terrace (Allan (George) was interred in the West-terrace
Cemetery, on Sundav Afternoon, August ¿I. Cemetery, on Sunday Afternoon, August 24. Cemetery, on Sunday Afternoon, August 21.
PENMELLEY íc KNABE, PENGELLEY & KNABE, PENMELLEY c KNABE,
Telephone 49fj. Undertakers and Embalincrs. Telephone 496. Undertakers and Embalmers. Telephone 496. Undertakers and Embalmers.
THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. BRIDGET MOR- THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. BRIDGET MOR- THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. BRIDGET MORRISSEY
RISSEY arc respectfully informed that her RISSEY are respectfully informed that her are respectfully informed that her
Funeral will leave her late residence. Waymouth Funeral will leave her late residence, Waymouth- Funeral will leave her late residence, Waymouth
ftrect, on MONDAY, at ;¡.¡¡0 p.m., for the Catholic street, on MONDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Catholic street, on MONDAY, at ;¡.¡¡0 p.m., for the Catholic
Cemetery, West-terrace. Cemetery, West-terrace. Cemetery, West-terrace.
J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, J. B. SIEBERT & SONS,
Telephone 682. Undertakers and Embalmers. Telephone 682. Undertakers and Embalmers. Telephone 682. Undertakers and Embalmers.
THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. MICHAEL COT- THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. MICHAEL COT- THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. MICHAEL COTTER
TER are respectfully informed that his Fune- TER are respectfully informed that his Fune- are respectfully informed that his Funeral
ral will leave his late residence, Grange-road. ral will leave his late residence, Grange-road. will leave his late residence, Grange-road.
Lower Mitcham, on MONDAY, At 3.15 p.m., fot Lower Mitcham, on MONDAY, at 3.15 p.m., for Lower Mitcham, on MONDAY, At 3.15 p.m., for
the Catholic Cemetery, West-tcrracc. the Catholic Cemetery, West-terrace. the Catholic Cemetery, West-terrace.
J. B. SIEBERT. & SONS, J. B. SIEBERT. & SONS, J. B. SIEBERT. & SONS,
Gouger-strcct. Undertakers and Embalmers. Gouger-street. Undertakers and Embalmers. Gouger-street. Undertakers and Embalmers.
'pHE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. EVANS, îelict THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. EVANS, relict 'THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. EVANS, relict
.A- of the late Thomas Evans, sen., are in- of the late Thomas Evans, sen., are in- A- of the late Thomas Evans, sen., are informed
formed that her Funeral will Kive her late resi- formed that her Funeral will leave her late resi- that her Funeral will leave her late residence,
dence, Govcr-strcet, North Adelaide, on MONDAY dence, Gover-street, North Adelaide, on MONDAY Gover-street, North Adelaide, on MONDAY
MORNING, at 11 o'clock, for the North-road Ceme- MORNING, at 11 o'clock, for the North-road Ceme- MORNING, at 11 o'clock, for the North-road Cemetery.
tery. tery.
73X7 GEO. DOWNS & SON, Undertaker«. z237 GEO. DOWNS & SON, Undertakers. 737 GEO. DOWNS & SON, Undertakers.
aAHE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. EVANS, ietii-t THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. EVANS, relict THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. EVANS, relict
of the late Thomas Evans, sen., are in- of the late Thomas Evans, sen., are in- of the late Thomas Evans, sen., are informed
formed that her Funeral will leave her late resi- formed that her Funeral will leave her late resi- that her Funeral will leave her late residence,
dence, Gover-street, North Adelaide, on .MON- dence, Gover-street, North Adelaide, on MON- Gover-street, North Adelaide, on MONDAY
DAY Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the North-road DAY Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the North-road Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the North-road
Cemetery. Cemetery. Cemetery.
_GEO. DOWNS ï SON, Undertaker*. GEO. DOWNS & SON, Undertakers. GEO. DOWNS A SON, Undertakers.
rptlE FRIENDS of Mr. HENRY W. HCIlUOEDEß, THE FRIENDS of Mr. HENRY W. SCHROEDER, THE FRIENDS of Mr. HENRY W. SCHROEDER,
Tanunda, are respectfully informed that the Tanunda, are respectfully informed that the Tanunda, are respectfully informed that the
Funeral of his late WIFE will leave his residence Funeral of his late WIFE will leave his residence Funeral of his late WIFE will leave his residence
at 1.30 o'clock cn MONDAY, reaching Angaston at 1.30 o'clock on MONDAY, reaching Angaston at 1.30 o'clock on MONDAY, reaching Angaston
Cemetery at 3 o'clock. Cemetery at 3 o'clock. Cemetery at 3 o'clock.
_H. Vf. KASSEBAUM, undertaker. H. W. KASSEBAUM, Undertaker. H. W. KASSEBAUM, Undertaker.
îTtHB FRIENDS of Mrs. WILLIAM WRIGHT, THE FRIENDS of Mrs. WILLIAM WRIGHT, THE FRIENDS of Mrs. WILLIAM WRIGHT,
-.- Sen., aro respectfully informed that the Sen., are respectfully informed that the -.- Sen., are respectfully informed that the
Funeral of her late HUSBAND will loave his late Funeral of her late HUSBAND will leave his late Funeral of her late HUSBAND will leave his late
residence, O'Halloran Hill, on MONDAY, at 3 residence, O'Halloran Hill, on MONDAY, at 3 residence, O'Halloran Hill, on MONDAY, at 3
p.m., for «Christ Church Ccme'tery.' p.m., for Christ Church Cemetery. p.m., for ChristChurch Cemetery.'
SPENCER k BRANFfi«RI>, Undertakers. SPENCER & BRANFORD, Undertakers. SPENCER k BRANFfi«RI>, Undertakers.
MEMBERS of ROYAL REYNELL LODGE, M.U., MEMBERS of ROYAL REYNELL LODGE, M.U., MEMBERS of ROYAL REYNELL LODGE, M.U.,
are invited to ATTEND. ."?;. ._ are invited to ATTEND. are invited to ATTEND. ."?;. as
TTNDERTÁKINO UNDERTAKING UNDERTAKING
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES, AT VERY MODERATE PRICES, AT VERY MODERATE PRICES,
MAYFIELD & SONS, MAYFIELD & SONS, MAYFIELD & SONS,
Telephone No. 475, Adelaide; Telephone No. 475, Adelaide. Telephone No. 475, Adelaide;
Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours, Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours, Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours,
201-294 || 204-294 201-294
Identified overProof corrections SCHROEDER SUNDAY RELICT GEORGE UNDERTAKING
Identified overProof non-corrections PENGELLEY BRANFORD CHRIST [**VANDALISED] CHURCH [**VANDALISED]
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Article ID 4874107, Article, KILLED BY A TRAIN., page 7 1902-08-30, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 79 words, 3 corrections

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KILLED BY A TRAIN. KILLED BY A TRAIN. KILLED BY A TRAIN.
A shocking fatality occurred at the Red- A shocking fatality occurred at the Red- A shocking fatality occurred at the Red-
fern railway-station this morning. .lohn fern railway-station this morning. John fern railway-station this morning. John
JSelshaw, aged 4G, a ti nek repairer, employ- Belshaw, aged 46, a truck repairer, employ- Belshaw, aged 46, a ti nek repairer, employed
ed at the Darling Harbor yards, was walk- ed at the Darling Harbor yards, was walk- at the Darling Harbor yards, was walk-
ing ¡icro«s the linci ¡it the end of the plat- ing across the lines at the end of the plat- ing across the lines at the end of the platforms,
forms, when he stopped right in front of forms, when he stopped right in front of when he stopped right in front of
a locomotive, which was well under way. a locomotive, which was well under way. a locomotive, which was well under way.
lie was knocked down, and run over his He was knocked down, and run over his he was knocked down, and run over his
bodv being terrihjy mutilated and his body being terribly mutilated and his body being terribly mutilated and his
head completely smashed. Death waai in- head completely smashed. Death was head completely smashed. Death was in-
instantaneous. instantaneous. instantaneous.
Identified overProof corrections JOHN BELSHAW LINES BODY ACROSS TERRIBLY
Identified overProof non-corrections TRUCK
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Article ID 4880074, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-02-22, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 193 words, 6 corrections

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_? Funeral Notices._ Funeral Notices. _? Funeral Notices.
rpiIE FRIENDS of Mrs. P. II. JOXES are re THE FRIENDS of Mrs. P. H. JONES are re- THE FRIENDS of Mrs. P. H. JONES are re
J- »pcctfullv informed that the Remains of her spectfully informed that the Remains of her J- spectfully informed that the Remains of her
late DAUGHTER X-Marjory) will be removed from j late DAUGHTER (Marjory) will be removed from late DAUGHTER Marjory) will be removed from her
her Father's Olr. W. V. Brown) residence, 12-, i her Father's (Mr. W. V. Brown) residence, 128, Father's Mr. W. V Brown) residence, 12-, i
South-terrace. 'IHIS DAY (Saturday), at 2-30 p.m.. South-terrace, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 2.30 p.m., South-terrace. 'THIS DAY (Saturday), at 2-30 p.m.,
for inteinient in the Brighton Cemetery. for interment in the Brighton Cemetery. for interment in the Brighton Cemetery.
PENGELLEY.& KNABE, PENGELLEY& KNABE, PENGELLEY. & KNABE,
Undertakers and Kmbalnier«, liiindlc-strcet cast. Undertakers and Embalmers, Rundle-street east. Undertakers and Embalmers, Rundle-street east.
rj-'Yll-Tl'IflENDS'of Mr«. P\ïtAU Le COUTEUR THE FRIENDS of Mrs. SARAH Le COUTEUR rj-'Yll-Tl'IflENDS'of Mrs. P\ïtAU Le COUTEUR
?t- are rc-iwetfrilty informed tb.it the Remains are respectfully informed that the Remains ?t- are rc-iwetfrilty informed that the Remains
of-her hue HUSBAND (Harold) will be removed of her her HUSBAND (Harold) will be removed of-her hue HUSBAND (Harold) will be removed
from hi- late residence, llindlcy-street. THIS from his late residence, Hindley-street, THIS from his late residence, Hindley-street. THIS
DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for intcrni-nfin the West-ter- DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for interment in the West-ter- DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for interments the West-terrace
race f'emeterj. race Cemetery. Cemetery.
K. llgXXlGS." Undertaker. 113. Ilimlley-slrect. E. HENNIG, Undertaker, 119, Hindley-street. K. llgXXlGS." Undertaker. 119. Hindley-street.
ri'VHir.FRIEXDS of flic late Mr>. ANN FRANCIS THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. ANN FRANCIS ri'VHir.FRIEXDS of the late Mrs. ANN FRANCIS
-~ ¿widow' of the late G. W." TYancis) arc (widow of the late G. W. Francis) are -~ widow' of the late G. W." Francis) are
re*pccliully informed that her Remains will be respectfully informed that her Remains will be respectfully informed that her Remains will be
retrjoved from her late residence. Glenelg, at 3 removed from her late residence, Glenelg, at 3 removed from her late residence. Glenelg, at 3
o'clock on SUNDAY, _3rd, for interment in the o'clock on SUNDAY, 23rd, for interment in the o'clock on SUNDAY, 23rd, for interment in the
West-terrace Ccmctcrv. West-terrace Cemetery. West-terrace Cemetery.
JOSEPH E. GIBSON, Undertaker, ' JOSEPH E. GIBSON, Undertaker, JOSEPH E. GIBSON, Undertaker, son
sou ?> . Jullcr's Corner. Glenelg. z53 | Miller's Corner, Glenelg. a . Miller's Corner. Glenelg.
/THIE FRIENDS of the late Mr. T. T. YEHCOE THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. T. T. VERCOE THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. T. T. VERCOE
J- are respectfully informed that his Remains are respectfully informed that his Remains are respectfully informed that his Remains
will be removed from his late residence, "Willow will be removed from his late residence, "Willow will be removed from his late residence, "Willow
Grove," Kersbrook, on SUNDAY, at 2 p.m. for Grove," Kersbrook, on SUNDAY, at 2 p.m. for Grove," Kersbrook, on SUNDAY, at 2 p.m. for
interment in the Kernbrook Cemetery. interment in the Kersbrook Cemetery. interment in the Kersbrook Cemetery.
T. J. CONGDON. Undertaker. T. J. CONGDON, Undertaker. T. J. CONGDON. Undertaker.
Chain of Ponds. Chain of Ponds. Chain of Ponds.
Identified overProof corrections /HINDLEY/STREET|HINDLEYSTREET JONES VERCOE EMBALMERS /RUNDLE/STREET|RUNDLESTREET MILLERS /HINDLEY/STREET|HINDLEYSTREET EAST ARERESPECTFULLY
Identified overProof non-corrections /WEST/TER|WESTTER [**VANDALISED] SARAH HENNIG RACE [**VANDALISED]
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Article ID 4890216, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-10-21, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 233 words, 5 corrections

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rPHK FRIENDS of the late Mr. PATRICK DWYER THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. PATRICK DWYER THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. PATRICK DWYER
-L are respectfully informed that his Funeral are respectfully informed that his Funeral are respectfully informed that his Funeral
will leave his late residence, Gray-street, on will leave his late residence, Gray-street, on will leave his late residence, Gray-street, on
TUESDAY, at 4.45 p.m., for the Catholic Ceme- TUESDAY, at 4.45 p.m., for the Catholic Ceme- TUESDAY, at 4.45 p.m., for the Catholic Ceme-
terv, Wcst-teirace. tery, West-terrace. tery, West-terrace.
J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, J. B. SIEBERT & SONS,
Gouger-street. Undertakers and Embalmers. Gouger-street. Undertakers and Embalmers. Gouger-street. Undertakers and Embalmers.
THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOHN' MclNTOSH TODD THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOHN McINTOSH TODD THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOHN' McINTOSH TODD
1 aro informed that the Funeral of his late are informed that the Funeral of his late 1 are informed that the Funeral of his late
SON (John Mark) will leave his residence, Des SON (John Mark) will leave his residence, Des- SON (John Mark will leave his residence, Des
landes-strcet, Glanville, on TUESDAY, at 2.30 landes-street, Glanville, on TUESDAY, at 2.30 landes Street, Glanville, on TUESDAY, at 2.30
p.m., for the Woodville Catholic Cemetery. p.m., for the Woodville Catholic Cemetery. p.m., for the Woodville Catholic Cemetery.
293-4 W. F. DESLANDES. Undertaker. 293-4 W. F. DESLANDES. Undertaker. 293-4 W. F. DESLANDES. Undertaker.
rrUIE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM E. THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM E. THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM E.
J- SAGAR arc informed tiwi the Funeral of their SAGAR are informed that the Funeral of their J- SAGAR are informed that the Funeral of their
late DAUGHTER (Lilv) will leave their residence, late DAUGHTER (Lily) will leave their residence, late DAUGHTER (Lily) will leave their residence,
Frederick-street, Ro-nvilie. on TUESDAY, at 2.30 Frederick-street, Rosaville, on TUESDAY, at 2.30 Frederick-street, Rosaville. on TUESDAY, at 2.30
p.m., for the Payneham Cemetery. . . p.m., for the Payneham Cemetery. p.m., for the Payneham Cemetery.
P. GANNONI, Undei taker. Parade, Norwood P. GANNONI, Undertaker, Parade, Norwood P. GANNONI, Undertaker. Parade, Norwood
a MIK FRIENDS of the late Mr. WILLIAM THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. WILLIAM THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. WILLIAM
HENRY ISBKLL are respectfully informed HENRY ISBELL are respectfully informed HENRY ISBELL are respectfully informed
that his Remain* will be removed from his late that his Remains will be removed from his late that his Remains will be removed from his late
résidence. Fourth-street, Bowden, on TUESDAY, résidence. Fourth-street, Bowden, on TUESDAY, residence, Fourth-street, Bowden, on TUESDAY,
at t p.m., for interment in the Hindmarsh Ceme- at 4 p.m., for interment in the Hindmarsh Ceme- at 2 p.m., for interment in the Hindmarsh Cemetery.
tery. tery.
F. T. ELLIOTT, F. T. ELLIOTT, F. T. ELLIOTT,
Undertaker and Kmbalmcr, Bowden. Undertaker and Embalmer, Bowden. Undertaker and Embalmer, Bowden.
BROTiUvRS OF PEACE LODGE BROTHERS OF PEACE LODGE BROTHERS OF PEACE LODGE
-raiv« AXD ORDER are requested AND ORDER are requested -rains AND ORDER are requested
¿&, to meet at Lodge Room on to meet at Lodge Room on us, to meet at Lodge Room on
" TUESDAY, at 3.S0. to follow TUESDAY, at 3.30, to follow TUESDAY, at 3.30. to follow
% W$M it* Remains of late BROTHER W. II. Remains of late BROTHER W. H. Willits Remains of late BROTHER W. H.
^rt^»vJ$& ïSBI-r-L the Hindmarsh Ceme ISBELL to the Hindmarsh Cemetery. ^rt^»vJ$& ïSBI-r-L in the Hindmarsh Ceme
C. LITTLE, Secretary. C. LITTLE, Secretary. C. LITTLE, Secretary.
TTNDERTAKING UNDERTAKING UNDERTAKING
. AT VERY MODERATE PBICES. AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
MAYFIELD & SONS, MAYFIELD & SONS, MAYFIELD & SONS,
Telephone No. 475, Adelaide. Telephone No. 475, Adelaide. Telephone No. 475, Adelaide.
Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hour! Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours. Telephone No. 40, Glenelg, after business hours!
204-29» | 204-294 288-298
Identified overProof corrections ROSAVILLE EMBALMER PRICES ISBELL UNDERTAKING MCINTOSH LILY BROTHERS HOURS /WEST/TERRACE|WESTTERRACE
Identified overProof non-corrections RÉSIDENCE [**VANDALISED] LANDES [**VANDALISED]
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Weighted Words87.397.076.5

Article ID 4892247, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-10-28, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 97 words, 4 corrections

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milE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CHRISTOPHER THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CHRISTOPHER THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CHRISTOPHER
-L TESII5Y, SEN., are respectfully informed TEMBY, SEN., are respectfully informed -L TESII5Y, SEN., are respectfully informed
that his Remain* will he removed from the resi- that his Remains will he removed from the resi- that his Remains will he removed from the resi-
dence of Mrs. B. Davies. Walkcrville-roatl, East dence of Mrs. B. Davies, Walkerville-road, East dence of Mrs. B. Davies. Walkerville-road, East
Adelaide', on TUESDAY, at 9 a.m., for interment Adelaide, on TUESDAY, at 9 a.m., for interment Adelaide, on TUESDAY, at 9 a.m., for interment
in the Two Wells Cemetery, arriving at 2.' p.m.-. in the Two Wells Cemetery, arriving at 2 p.m. in the Two Wells Cemetery, arriving at 2.' pm.-.
-P. LcCORNU," Undertaker, P. LeCORNU, Undertaker, -P. LeCORNU," Undertaker,
300-1_I«, O'Connell-street. 300-1 | 68, O'Connell-street. 100-104, O'Connell-street.
THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. .LAMES ACHESON THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JAMES ACHESON THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JAMES ACHESON
JONES are respectfully informed that his JONES are respectfully informed that his JONES are respectfully informed that his
Remains will be removed from'his father's resi- Remains will be removed from his father's resi- Remains will be removed from his father's residence,
dence, Rice's Creek, on WEDNESDAY, at..2 p.m., dence, Rice's Creek, on WEDNESDAY, at 2 p.m., Rice's Creek, on WEDNESDAY, at 2 p.m.,
ior interment, in the Auburn Cemetery. for interment in the Auburn Cemetery. for interment, in the Auburn Cemetery.
PENGELLEY & KNABE, \ v c fc PENGELLEY & KNABE, } Undertakers. PENGELLEY & KNABE, v c E
J. MAXWELL, j-unutrt.iKcrs. J. MAXWELL J. MAXWELL, j-unutrt.iKcrs.
Identified overProof corrections JAMES LECORNU /WALKERVILLE/ROAD|WALKERVILLEROAD
Identified overProof non-corrections UNDERTAKERS TEMBY
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Searchability of unique words5290.496.260.0
Weighted Words88.195.360.3

Article ID 4893068, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-03-07, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 105 words, 4 corrections

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Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices.
rpHE PRlENDb of Mr \\. B. SELLS, are re THE FRIENDS of Mr. W. B. SELLS are re- THE FRIENDS of Mr W. B. SELLS, are respectfully
J- «pectfullv mfo'incd tliat the Remains of his spectfully informed that the Remains of his informed that the Remains of his
late SON {arthur Willum Blvtli) will arme at late SON (Arthur William Blyth) will arrive at late SON Arthur William Blyth) will arrive at
the Brighton Church. THIS D \Y (Fridav). al 11 the Brighton Church, THIS DAY (Friday), at 11 the Brighton Church THIS DAY (Friday), at 11
o'clock, toi infirment in the Brighton Ccmcttrv. o'clock, for interment in the Brighton Cemetery. o'clock, for interment in the Brighton Cemetery.
.IDSl.l'H E Cni^ON, JOSEPH E. GIBSON, .IDSl.l'H E Cni^ON,
Tel. "9 Tndntikcr. Miller'« Corner. Glenelg Tel. 39. Undertaker, Miller's Corner, Glenelg. Tel. "39 Undertaker. Miller's Corner. Glenelg
rrUIK rilir\DS of Mr. J \MES FRASER are re THE FRIENDS of Mr. JAMES FRASER are re- THE thirDS of Mr. J JAMES FRASER are re
-L spectftilK niformid that the Remains of las spectfully informed that the Remains of his -L spectfully informed that the Remains of his
late DAUCHIER (Mu) will he removed from lus late DAUGHTER (May) will be removed from his late DAUGHTER (May) will he removed from his
residence, .lohn .-tritt. THI^ DAY. it 3 41 pin, residence, John-street, THIS DAY, at 3.45 p.m., residence, John street. THIS DAY. at 3 45 pm,
tor ultu incut in 1 lie (. itholie CemUen, West-tti for interment in the Catholic Cemetery, West-terrace. for ultu meet in the C. Catholic Cemetery, Westerns
T B SILBIRT J. <>ONS J. B. SIEBERT & SONS. T B SIEBERT J. SONS
L'nderttkcis and Embjlmers Uougei-street. Undertakers and Embalmers, Gouger-street. Undertakers and Embalmers Gouger-street.
Identified overProof corrections WILLIAM SONS INTERMENT /GOUGER/STREET|GOUGERSTREET JAMES HISRESIDENCE UNDERTAKER UNDERTAKERS ARRIVE MAY FRIDAY DAUGHTER EMBALMERS FRIENDS INFORMED MILLERS /JOHN/STREET|JOHNSTREET CEMETERY FOR BLYTH RESPECTFULLY SIEBERT CATHOLIC
Identified overProof non-corrections BE JOSEPH /WEST/TERRACE|WESTTERRACE GIBSON
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All Words8349.491.683.3
Searchability of unique words5550.992.785.2
Weighted Words45.592.786.5

Article ID 4894652, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-02-12, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 103 words, 4 corrections

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THF FR11NDS of the late Mr= CATHERIN F THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. CATHERINE THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs CATHERINE F
PWM ire u~peetfully informed that hei PAYNE are respectfully informed that her PWM are respectfully informed that her
Hincrul will leave her late residence \iKland Funeral will leave her late residence, Ackland- Funeral will leave her late residence Ackland
street THIS DU 0\cdnc=daO. it uo0 pin, for street, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 3.30 p.m., for street THIS DAY 0\cdnc=daO. it not pm, for
lilt Catholic CenieUrv West terrace the Catholic Cemetery, West-terrace. the Catholic Cemetery West terrace
1 B Sn-BFBl Ä. so\> J. B. SIEBERT & SONS. J B Sn-BFBl a. son
Gouger street, I ndert ikers and I mbaUncrs_ Gouger-street. Undertakers and Embalmers. Gouger street, I ndert ikers and I balances
flF IRILM)S~öf Mr I\MF-s Ml MIO ire/ in THE FRIENDS of Mr. JAMES MUNRO are in- flF IRILM)S~öf Mr JAMES Mr MIO are informed
formed that tin. Remains of Ins lite fcON formed that the Remains of his late SON that the Remains of his late SON
(leslie) will be removed from his residence Tu (Leslie) will be removed from his residence, Tor- (Leslie) will be removed from his residence To
nu roid Woodulle THIS 1M\ it M im, tor rens-road, Woodville, THIS DAY, at 10 a.m., for on road Woodville THIS DAY it M am, for
inteimcnt in the Cheltenhuii Cemtten interment in the Cheltenham Cemetery. interment in the Cheltenham Cemetery
I C Il\OD\ LndertiW md I nib iliner J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer, I C HADDY LndertiW md I was liner
Telephone 110 i>t \ mcent street Port \delaide Telephone 110. St. Vincent-street, Port Adelaide. Telephone 110 St Vincent street Port Adelaide
Identified overProof corrections INTERMENT JAMES WOODVILLE ARE MRS HADDY ST /VINCENT/STREET|VINCENTSTREET FRIENDS SON DAY CATHERINE CEMETERY RESPECTFULLY ADELAIDE ACKLAND CHELTENHAM
Identified overProof non-corrections SONS MUNRO WEDNESDAY EMBALMER TORRENSROAD AT UNDERTAKER UNDERTAKERS EMBALMERS PAYNE SIEBERT
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Article ID 4895403, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-11-07, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 133 words, 5 corrections

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TRUE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CARL' F. OTTO THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CARL F. OTTO TRUE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CARL' F. OTTO
-1- are respectfully informed that his Funeral are respectfully informed that his Funeral are respectfully informed that his Funeral
will leave No. 141, Pultency-street, on FRIDAY, will leave No. 144, Pulteney-street, on FRIDAY, will leave No. 141, Pulteney-street, on FRIDAY,
at 11 a.m., for tile Wet-terrace Cemetery. at 11 a.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery. at 11 a.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery.
R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers, R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers, R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers,
Telephone 760._144 and 146, Pultcncy-stieet. Telephone 769. 144 and 146, Pulteney-street. Telephone 760. 144 and 146, Pulteney-street.
THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOSEPH DOWNING are THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOSEPH DOWNING are THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOSEPH DOWNING are
informed that the Funeral of his late WIFE informed that the Funeral of his late WIFE informed that the Funeral of his late WIFE
will leave his residence, Harrow-road, East Ade- will leave his residence, Harrow-road, East Ade- will leave his residence, Harrow-road, East Adelaide,
laide, on FRIDAY MORNING, at 11 o'clock, for laide, on FRIDAY MORNING, at 11 o'clock, for on FRIDAY MORNING, at 11 o'clock, for
the North-road Cemetery. the North-road Cemetery. the North-road Cemetery.
GEO. DOWNS & SON, undertakers. GEO. DOWNS & SON, Undertakers. GEO. DOWNS & SON, undertakers.
Telephone 733. , ¿Jil Telephone 733. Telephone 735. , soil
rUHE FRIENDS of Mr. GEORGE FLEMING (late THE FRIENDS of Mr. GEORGE FLEMING (late THE FRIENDS of Mr. GEORGE FLEMING (late
J- of Riverton and Virginia) arc respcctfuUy in- of Riverton and Virginia) are respectfully of Riverton and Virginia are respectfully in-
informed that his Remains will be removed from informed that his Remains will be removed from informed that his Remains will be removed from
liis late residence, Sixth-street, Bowden, on FRI- his late residence, Sixth-street, Bowden, on his late residence, Sixth-street, Bowden, on FRI-
FRIDAY, at 4 p.m., for interment in the Hindmarsh FRIDAY, at 4 p.m., for interment in the Hindmarsh FRIDAY, at 4 p.m., for interment in the Hindmarsh
Cemetery. Cemetery. Cemetery.
- F. T. ELLIOTT, F. T. ELLIOTT, F T. ELLIOTT,
z311_Undertaker and Embaimer, Bowden. z311 | Undertaker and Embalmer, Bowden. z311_Undertaker and Embalmer, Bowden.
Identified overProof corrections EMBALMER /PULTENEY/STREET|PULTENEYSTREET /PULTENEY/STREET|PULTENEYSTREET /WEST/TERRACE|WESTTERRACE
Identified overProof non-corrections UNDERTAKER
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Weighted Words91.398.886.5

Article ID 4898486, Article, LABOR IN AMERICA. RISE IN WAGES. London, November 17., page 5 1902-11-18, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 52 words, 3 corrections

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LABOR IN AMERICA. LABOR IN AMERICA. LABOR IN AMERICA.
RISE IN WAGES. RISE IN WAGES. RISE IN WAGES.
.London, November 17 London, November 17. London, November 17
The directors of the Pennsylvania rail-1 The directors of the Pennsylvania rail- The directors of the Pennsylvania railroad
road have advanced the wages oi all their | road have advanced the wages of all their have advanced the wages of all their
employes by 10 per cent. The New ? York employes by 10 per cent. The New York employes by 10 per cent. The New ? York
Central, Philadelphia^ Reading, and Erie ' Central, Philadelphia, Reading, and Erie Central, Philadelphia Reading, and Erie '
railroads have followed their example. The railroads have followed their example. The railroads have followed their example. The
entire advance represents £10,000,000 peri entire advance represents £10,000,000 per entire advance represents £10,000,000 peri
{inn um. annum. turn up.
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Article ID 4904427, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-06-16, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 261 words, 5 corrections

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Funer.al Notices. Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices.
mil) I K11 M)S of Mr 1 \\ \ KI M 1 R m THE FRIENDS of Mr. F. W. A. KLAUER are may) I Kil NDS of Mr J W. K M 1 R m
J- re j erttulh info me* I J h it ti L I rm mis of respectfully informed that the Remains of J- re j certain info nee I J hat of L I am was of
1 s lite. \\ 1I*L will IJL reme ve 1 fi un lu-, li ide ne his late WIFE will be removed from his residence, his life. in TILL will IJL reme veil of un In-, li side he
Hilton rtuil i-ow-in lilli TIII^. I> V\ (Monela*.) it Hilton-road, Cowandilla, THIS DAY ( Monday), at Hilton return showing Hills THIS. IVY (Monday.) it
Din ffi iiitcime.nl in tie W est tel rate. Cune 3 p.m., for interment in the West-terrace Ceme- Din for interment in the West tel rate. Cune
tcij tery. tery
1 B MI Bfc.HT V <--0\S J. B. SIEBERT & SONS. 1 B Mr BERRY V <--0\S
lilephonc 0»2 ijiielert ikrr-. in I I min mels Telephone 682. Undertakers and Embalmers. Telephone 992 spielers are-. in I I min mess
nillf ll*IL\t)*5 0f Mr 1HOMV.S IIV1 D1NC ne THE FRIENDS of Mr. THOMAS HARDING are bills ll*IL\t)*5 of Mr THOMAS I'VE DONE he
-A. respect full v informe el tint the ! Uncial of lui respectfully informed that the Funeral of his -A. respectfully informed us that the lines of her
lite DM (1IUU (luln \nn) will le*-i\e hu u i late DAUGHTER (Julia Ann), will leave his resi- life DM (11th (July Ann) will leave his i i
denre 11 nil on I ann IJi ipon ii roiel Cleml.r lell^ dence, Hinton Farm, Diagonal-road, Glenelg, THIS dence 11 nil on Farm III upon it road Glenelg fell
T>\\ (Monda*.) at ill o clock for the Bullion DAY (Monday), at 3.15 o'clock, for the Brighton DAY (Monday.) at 12 o'clock for the Bullion
Cometen Cemetery. Cemetery
10-ïrPH i riu-oN JOSEPH E. GIBSON, JOSEPH i causes
Lnelcrialtr M Mir i (onie I len 1" Undertaker, Miller's Corner, Glenelg. Undertaker M Mir i (once I len 1"
I elci lionc ti) _ Telephone 39. I ever hope to) I
"I HE H.I1 M5« of Mr I STWI M re» re peet THE FRIENDS of Mr. E. STANLEY are respect- HE Hill MSc of Mr I STWI M re» respect
J- full*, informed tint the I miei ii of In» lite fully informed that the Funeral of his late J- fully, informed that the men of his late
Will (\nnii) »ill Ruc In« reileneM (ros WIFE (Annie), will leave his residence, Cross- Miss (Annie) will Ruc In reileneM (ros
re iel Mihern IHIöDW (Mondo) it 2 oO p in roads, Malvern, THIS DAY ( Monday), at 2.30 p.m., relief Millers THIRD (Monday) at 2 30 p in
fcr lie \\t«t térrico Cowton for the West-terrace Cemetery. for the West terrace Cowton
H)\\ MID PilliCtl Mil) EDWARD PRITCHARD, Hill MID PilliCtl Mil)
_I ndTtaker and Imbilnier ( liles stre t Undertaker and Embalmer, Gilles-street. I undertaker and Embalmer ( lies stre Till
Till HîlrADS of the lite Mr* M \R\ WN THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. MARY ANN HeADS of the late Mrs M ARY WN
STOM -ne informed tint liti Pim uns will STONE are informed that her Remains will STONE -are informed that his Pim uns will
ht rrmo\ed from her lito residence Bowei s ( ot be removed from her late residence, Bower's Cot- be removed from her late residence, Bowen s ( ot
tip. Urines 10 MORRO« (Tuesdii*.) at I ¿a tage Homes, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) at 2.30 tip. Urines 10 MORROW (Tuesday.) at I a
pin for interment in the Woodville Omcter*. p.m., for interment in the Woodville Cemetery. pm for interment in the Woodville Cemetery.
I C 11ADD\ Lndcrtiker md tmbalini r J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer. L C HADDY Undertaker and Embalmer r
Te! 110 loi **. Tel. 110. 167-8 Te! 110 lot of.
Identified overProof corrections ROAD GLENELG FARM FUNERAL EMBALMER TELEPHONE ANNIE ARE UNDERTAKER BE JOSEPH /WEST/TERRACE|WESTTERRACE MRS HADDY OCLOCK HIS THOMAS DAY THAT LATE MILLERS REMOVED CEMETERY TUESDAY THIS /HILTON/ROAD|HILTONROAD /WEST/TERRACE|WESTTERRACE /TO/MORROW|TOMORROW RESPECTFULLY LEAVE MONDAY STONE
Identified overProof non-corrections JULIA SONS COWANDILLA BRIGHTON WIFE UNDERTAKERS EDWARD STANLEY HOMES DAUGHTER DIAGONAL EMBALMERS FRIENDS PRITCHARD BOWERS CORNER CROSSROADS KLAUER /GILLES/STREET|GILLESSTREET GIBSON HINTON COTTAGE HARDING REMAINS SIEBERT ARERESPECTFULLY MALVERN MARY
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Article ID 4906194, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-12-12, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 84 words, 4 corrections

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Funeral Notices Funeral Notices Funeral Notices
TUE FRIENDS of Mr. DAVID TESTER are re THE FRIENDS of Mr. DAVID TESTER are re- THE FRIENDS of Mr. DAVID TESTER are respectfully
, spcctfully informed that the Remains of his spectfully informed that the Remains of his informed that the Remains of his
late WIFE will be removed from his residence, late WIFE will be removed from his residence, late WIFE will be removed from his residence,
Kangarilla, on FRIDAY, ne 2 p.m., for interment Kangarilla, on FRIDAY, at 2 p.m., for interment Kangarilla, on FRIDAY, at 2 p.m., for interment
in the Clarendon Cemcterv. in the Clarendon Cemetery. in the Clarendon Cemetery.
J. ». SIEBERT & SONS, J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, J. J. SIEBERT & SONS,
Telephone CS2. Undertakers and Embalraers. Telephone 682. Undertakers and Embalmers. Telephone 682. Undertakers and Embalmers.
milE FRIENDS of the late -Mrs. KUZAUEm THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. KUZAUEm
-». WJLLC'OX ¡are respectfully informed that WILLCOX are respectfully informed that -». WILLCOX are respectfully informed that
her Funeral will leave her late residence, Uraidla, her Funeral will leave her late residence, Uraidla, her Funeral will leave her late residence, Uraidla,
on FRIDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Summertown on FRIDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Summertown on FRIDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Summertown
Cemetery. ' Cemetery. Cemetery. FRANK
FRANK J. C.UIdT, FRANK J. CAUST, J. C.UT,
Undertaker, Summertown. Undertaker, Summertown. Undertaker, Summertown.
Identified overProof corrections EMBALMERS WILLCOX
Identified overProof non-corrections CAUST ELIZABETH
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Article ID 4916508, Article, THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT., page 4 1902-03-27, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 189 words, 3 corrections

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THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT- I THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT. THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT- The
The secretary to the Railways Commis The secretary to the Railways Commissioner secretary to the Railways Commis-
(Mr. Alfred N. Day) writes :— "Refer- (Mr. Alfred N. Day) writes :— "Refer- (Mr. Alfred N. Day) writes Sir Referring
ring to Mr. Robinson's remarks, as report ring to Mr. Robinson's remarks, as reported to Mr. Robinson's remarks, as reported
ed in 'The Advertiser' regarding the Wal in 'The Advertiser' regarding the Walloway in 'The Advertiser' regarding the Walloway
loway accident departmental enquiry, whil« accident departmental enquiry, while accident departmental enquiry, while
Mr. Robinson is quite righi? in his state- Mr. Robinson is quite right in his state- Mr. Robinson is quite right? in his statement
ment that he was allowed to,produce what ment that he was allowed to produce what that he was allowed to produce what
ever evidence he wished at the said en- ever evidence he wished at the said en- ever evidence he wished at the said enquiry,
quiry, and to cross-examine all witnesses quiry, and to cross-examine all witnesses and to cross-examine all witnesses
through a member of the board, he is not, through a member of the board, he is not, through a member of the board, he is not,
I presume, correctly reported as having I presume, correctly reported as having I presume, correctly reported as having
stated that he was not given an opportu- stated that he was not given an opportunity stated that he was not given an opportu-
of pointing out why he called that evi- of pointing out why he called that evi- of pointing out why he called that evidence,
dence, seeing that no restriction of any dence, seeing that no restriction of any seeing that no restriction of any
kind was placed on Mr. Robinson, or the kind was placed on Mr. Robinson, or the kind was placed on Mr. Robinson, or the
remarks he was pleased to make regarding remarks he was pleased to make regarding remarks he was pleased to make regarding
the evidence'adduced, or his views on the the evidence adduced, or his views on the the evidence adduced, or his views on the
subject. Ho was not invited-to consider subject. He was not invited to consider subject. He was not invited to consider
the decision of the board because he was the decision of the board because he was the decision of the board because he was
not a member of the board., The board un- not a member of the board. The board un- not a member of the board. The board understood
derstood throughout that he was repre- derstood throughout that he was repre- throughout that he was representing
senting the Enginemen, Firemen,' and senting the Enginemen, Firemen, and the Enginemen, Firemen,' and
Clcanere' Association, and every opportu- Cleaners' Association, and every opportu- Cleaners' Association, and every opportunity
nity possible was given to Mr. Robinson to nity possible was given to Mr. Robinson to possible was given to Mr. Robinson to
produce witnesses, and to examine or cross produce witnesses, and to examine or cross- produce witnesses, and to examine or cross
examine them in the usual' way in such en- examine them in the usual way in such en- examine them in the usual way in such en-
quiries."' quiries." quiries."'
Identified overProof corrections RIGHT CLEANERS ADDUCED WHILE
Identified overProof non-corrections COMMISSIONER
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Article ID 4917519, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-06-03, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 134 words, 3 corrections

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_Funeral Notices._ Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices.
rpilE FKIENDS ..f Mr. ALFRED PETT\ a..- 10 THE FRIENDS of Mr. ALFRED PETTY are re- THE FRIENDS of Mr. ALFRED PETTY a..- 10
-1- spectnillv nitonnod that the Funeral 01 his spectfully informed that the Funeral of his -1- spectfully informed that the Funeral of his
bite WIFE (Adelaide) will'leave his residence. 2S, late WIFE (Adelaide) will leave his residence, 25, late WIFE (Adelaide) will leave his residence, 28,
s-ttii t-.trcci, Tp-MORIÏOW (Wednesday), at ¿ p.m., Sturt-street, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., satin street, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), at 2 p.m.,
fur the \\ e»t-tèrrare Cemetery- > for the West-terrace Cemetery. for the W e»t-tèrrare Cemetery- >
15. T. WALLMANN a SONS. Undertaken, R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, Undertakers 15. T. WALLMANN a SONS. Undertakers,
Piiltcncy-strict. City, and Vounii-^trcet. Parkside. Pulteney-street, City and Young-street, Parkside. Pulteney-street. City, and Young-street. Parkside.
ñVlli FRIENDS of Mr. iTlOMAíToATEV .ire re THE FRIENDS of Mr. THOMAS OATEY are re- Villa FRIENDS of Mr. iTlOMAíToATEV are re
*- epeetfiillv informed' that the Funeral of his spectfully informed that the Funeral of his *- repectfully informed that the Funeral of his
late PON (.lohn) will lente his rcsidi'nec, Mel- late SON (John) will leave his residence, Mel- late SON (John) will leave his residence, Mel-
bourne-street. Lower North Adelaide, THIS DAY, bourne-street, Lower North Adelaide, THIS DAY, bourne-street. Lower North Adelaide, THIS DAY,
Al -1 p.m., lor the West-terrace Cemetery. at 2 p.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery. AT 1 p.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery.
tí. T. WALLMANN « SuNS, R. T. WALLMANN & SONS, R. T. WALLMANN a SONS,
Undertake!«. Undertakers. Undertakers.
rprlE FRIENDS of the late HENRY JAMES THE FRIENDS of the late HENRY JAMES THE FRIENDS of the late HENRY JAMES
JL HOLMES are ro-jieotfully informed that his HOLMES are respectfully informed that his HOLMES are respectfully informed that his
Krniain« will be remo\'td from his late real lenco. Remains will be removed from his late residence, Remains will be removed from his late residence,.
Houqhton-'-treet, Gawler South. THIS DAY (Tues- Houghton-street, Gawler South, THIS DAY (Tues- Houqhton-'-treet, Gawler South. THIS DAY (Tuesday),
day), at Ö p.m., tor interment in the Willaston day), at 3 p.m., for interment in the Willaston at 2 p.m., for interment in the Willaston
Cemetery. Cemetery. Cemetery.
C. C. RERRKCK. Undertaker. C. G. REBBECK, Undertaker. C. C. REBBECK. Undertaker.
Identified overProof corrections /YOUNG/STREET|YOUNGSTREET JOHN UNDERTAKERS PETTY STREET SON REMOVED FOR REMAINS /TO/MORROW|TOMORROW RESPECTFULLY LEAVE REBBECK /PULTENEY/STREET|PULTENEYSTREET
Identified overProof non-corrections /STURT/STREET|STURTSTREET HOUGHTON THOMAS OATEY
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Article ID 4920265, Family Notices, Family Notices, page 2 1902-01-15, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 132 words, 4 corrections

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Funeral Notices, Funeral Notices. Funeral Notices,
rrUlE FRIENDS of Mr. FRANK NORDIN, Jun., THE FRIENDS of Mr. FRANK NORDIN, Jun., THE FRIENDS of Mr. FRANK NORDIN, Jun.,
J- aro informed that th« Funeral of his late are informed that the Funeral of his late are informed that the Funeral of his late
DAUGHTER (Reta) will leave his residence, Can DAUGHTER (Reta) will leave his residence, Can- DAUGHTER (Reta) will leave his residence, Can
uirur-street. Rosewater. THIS DAY, at. 3 p.m., for ning-street, Rosewater, THIS DAY, at 3 p.m., for River-street. Rosewater. THIS DAY, at 3 p.m., for
the Woodville Cemcterv. the Woodville Cemetery. the Woodville Cemetery.
4-5_W. F. DESLANDES, Undertaker. 4-5 W. F. DESLANDES, Undertaker. 4-5s. F. DESLANDES, Undertaker.
THE FRIENDS of .the late Mrs. S. PARTRIDGE, THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. S. PARTRIDGE, THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. S. PARTRIDGE,
of Holbeach, Semaphore, formerly of Kyno of Holbeach, Semaphore, formerly of Kyne- of Holbeach, Semaphore, formerly of Kyneton
ton and Saddleworth, aro informed that her ton and Saddleworth, are informed that her and Saddleworth, are informed that her
Funeral will leave the Wesleyan Church, Archer Funeral will leave the Wesleyan Church, Archer- Funeral will leave the Wesleyan Church, Archer
street, North Adelaide, THIS DAY. at 2.45 p.m., street, North Adelaide, THIS DAY. at 2.45 p.m., street, North Adelaide, THIS DAY at 2.45 p.m.,
for the Walkerville Cemetery. for the Walkerville Cemetery. for the Walkerville Cemetery.
P. LcCOKNU. Undertaker. P. LeCORNU. Undertaker. P. LeCORNU. Undertaker.
(¡$, O'Connell-street. 68, O'Connell-street. (68, O'Connell-street.
THE FRIENDS of Mr. W. L. McGRATH are re- THE FRIENDS of Mr. W. L. McGRATH are re- THE FRIENDS of Mr. W. L. McGRATH are respectfully
spectfully informed that the Funeral of his spectfully informed that the Funeral of his informed that the Funeral of his
late SON" (.lames) will leave the residence of his late SON (James) will leave the residence of his late SON" (James) will leave the residence of his
Grandmother (Mrs. II. Knpell). Beulah-road, Nor- Grandmother (Mrs. H. Engell), Beulah-road, Nor- Grandmother (Mrs. H. Knpell). Beulah-road, Norwood.
wood. TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 2.30 p.m., for wood, TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 2.30 p.m., for TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 2.30 p.m., for
Payneham Ccineterv. Payneham Cemetery. Payneham Cemetery.
C. J. TRF.VKLION, Undertaker, G. J. TREVELION, Undertaker, C. J. TREVELION, Undertaker,
Telephone 74jj._Magill-road. Norwood. Telephone 748. Magill-road, Norwood. Telephone 74jj._Magill-road. Norwood.
Identified overProof corrections JAMES LECORNU TREVELION KYNETON
Identified overProof non-corrections /MAGILL/ROAD|MAGILLROAD ENGELL CANNINGSTREET
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Article ID 4925714, Article, FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION., page 5 1902-01-21, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 82 words, 3 corrections

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FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION. FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION. FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION.
An inquest was initiated to-day at Sta- An inquest was initiated to-day at Stawell An inquest was initiated to-day at Sta-
well to enquire inco the death of John to enquire into the death of John well to enquire into the death of John
Short, an engine-driver, at a sawmill, who Short, an engine-driver, at a sawmill, who Short, an engine-driver, at a sawmill, who
was killed on Friday last through the was killed on Friday last through the was killed on Friday last through the
bursting of ¡i boiler. ' The foreman of the bursting of a boiler. The foreman of the bursting of a boiler. The foreman of the
works was badly injured as ¡i result of the works was badly injured as a result of the works was badly injured as a result of the
explosion, while several others had miracul- explosion, while several others had miraculous explosion, while several others had miracle-
escapes. At the enquiry to-day it was escapes. At the enquiry to-day it was escapes. At the enquiry to-day it was
stated that the engine was au old one, and stated that the engine was an old one, and stated that the engine was an old one, and
had no steam gauge. The enquiry was ad- had no steam gauge. The enquiry was had no steam gauge. The enquiry was ad-
adjourned. adjourned. adjourned.
Identified overProof corrections INTO
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Article ID 9060561, Article, THE AMERICA CUP. ANOTHER CHALLENGE BY SIR THOMAS LIPTON. LONDON, Oct. 16., page 15 1902-10-18, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 215 words, 5 corrections

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THE AMERICA CUP. THE AMERICA CUP. THE AMERICA CUP.
ANOTHER CnALLKNGR BY SIR ANOTHER CHALLENGE BY SIR ANOTHER CHALLENGE BY SIR
THOMAS L1PTON. THOMAS LIPTON. THOMAS LIPTON.
LONDON, Oct. 10. LONDON, Oct. 16. LONDON, Oct. 16.
Sir Tlionns Lipton Ins iisncd another Sir Thomas Lipton has issued another Sir Thomas Lipton has issued another
challenge to the New \oik A iclit Club to challenge to the New York Yacht Club to challenge to the New York A relic Club to
compete foi the Vmeiica Cup Vs in the compete for the America Cup. As in the compete for the America Cup As in the
eise of Ins two previous efforts to win the case of his two previous efforts to win the case of his two previous efforts to win the
historic vnchting ttophv Su thomas Ins historic yachting trophy, Sir Thomas has historic yachting trophy Su thomas has
sent his clulknc,o through the liojal Ulster sent his challenge through the Royal Ulster sent his challenge through the Royal Ulster
-acht Club lielind Hie oui) paiticulirs Yacht Club, Ireland. The only particulars -Yacht Club behind the car) particulars
foiwaided with the challenge nie that tho forwarded with the challenge are that the forwarded with the challenge me that the
Ciitish 1 oat will be cuttcr,iif,gcd and tint British boat will be cutter-rigged, and that British boat will be cutter-rigged and that
she will be 00ft on the waieihne she will be 90ft. on the waterline. she will be 90ft on the waterline
[lins is the third time that Sir Thomas [This is the third time that Sir Thomas [This is the third time that Sir Thomas
Lipton has ittcmptcd to recovci the Lipton has attempted to recover the Lipton has attempted to recover the
America Cup w) iib is icgiided as the blue America Cup, which is regarded as the blue America Cup w) ill is regarded as the blue
iibaud of the nchting noil I Hie cup ivis riband of the yachting world. The cup was riband of the yachting note I the cup was
ouginillv won li the schoonci \nieiici of originally won by the schooner America, of originally won li the schooner America of
the New Ami \ icht Chili in 18J1 when the New York Yacht Club, in 1851, when the New And I felt Chili in 1891 when
she le it the piel ot the 1 ucl sh licet m a she beat the pick of the English fleet in a she let is the pick of the 1 and she lives in a
nee lound the 1 le of AA ight ¡since then race round the Isle of Wight. Since then nee found the 1 le of AA light Since then
Bl lush v ichts have lindo unnv clloits ti British yachts have made many efforts to British v nights have had many efforts to
recvpture it but unsuiccssfulli Sn thomas recapture it, but unsuccessfully. Sir Thomas recapture it but unsuccessfully Sir Thomas
Lipton tiled with Shaun oil 1 in 1SJ9 and Lipton tried with Shamrock I. in 1899 and Lipton tiled with Shaun oil in 1859 and
with Mnmioel H in 1901 His new dill with Shamrock II. in 1901. His new chal- with Mnmioel H in 1901 His new full
lengei winch IH to be deni ned bj Alt \\ ti lenger, which is to be designed by Mr. Wil- length which is to be dead ned by Mrs W G
li mi 1 ife and built bl 'Messrs Dcnnv of liam Fife and built by Messrs. Denny, of li and life and built by 'Messrs Denny of
Dumbaiton will be named blianuock ill] Dumbarton, will be named Shamrock III.] Dumbarton will be named Shamrock ill]
Identified overProof corrections PICK REGARDED /CUTTER/RIGGED|CUTTERRIGGED RECOVER WHICH FORWARDED CASE WATERLINE SHAMROCK SCHOONER ROYAL BOAT BRITISH MANY YACHT PARTICULARS DENNY FOR DUMBARTON THIS ORIGINALLY RECAPTURE WAS TROPHY ISSUED ATTEMPTED YORK YACHTING UNSUCCESSFULLY RIBAND
Identified overProof non-corrections ISLE WILLIAM II III ARE MADE YACHTS ENGLISH WIGHT DESIGNED ONLY WORLD IRELAND MR BEAT TRIED ROUND FLEET FIFE CHALLENGER RACE
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Article ID 9061575, Article, SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. ADELAIDE, Wednesday., page 5 1902-10-02, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 160 words, 4 corrections

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN \ SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SOUTH AUSTRALIAN A
PABIAAMENT. PARLIAMENT. PARIAMENT.
ADULA1D1., Wednesday. ¡ ADELAIDE, Wednesday. ADELAIDE., Wednesday.
In the House of Assembly tn-nay me ne- In the House of Assembly to-day the Pre- In the House of Assembly to-day me be-
mer introduced a Tiaiiscoiilinciital -.nil mer introduced a Transcontinental Rail- mer introduced a Tiaiiscoiilinciital -rail
way Bill. way Bill. way Bill.
Hy a huge majority the motion was de- By a huge majority the motion was de- By a huge majority the motion was defeated.
feated. feated.
In the Legislative Council the motion by In the Legislative Council the motion by In the Legislative Council the motion by
Mr. Duncan for the lccctisider.ition of the Mr. Duncan for the reconsideration of the Mr. Duncan for the reconsideration of the
harbour question before accepting tchdois harbour question before accepting tenders harbour question before accepting tenders
was lost by 8 to 7. The Government op- was lost by 8 to 7. The Government op- was lost by 8 to 7. The Government opposed
posed the motion. . posed the motion. the motion.
Mr. II. W. Thompson moved:-'That in Mr. H. W. Thompson moved:—"That in Mr. H. W. Thompson moved That in
thp opinion of this -ounc.l it is deslrnblo the opinion of this Council it is desirable the opinion of this Council it is desirable
that foreign ships engaged in crewling. Imito that foreign ships engaged in coasting trade that foreign ships engaged in crewing. India
in Australia should I MI subject |n all jo in Australia should be subject in all re- in Australia should I MI subject in all jo
spects to the same laws, rules, and re- spects to the same laws, rules, and re- spects to the same laws, rules, and regulations
gulations to which British or Australasian gulations to which British or Australasian to which British or Australasian
ships so engaged are subject." It was the ships so engaged are subject." It was the ships so engaged are subject." It was the
duty of the Australian states to protect duty of the Australian states to protect duty of the Australian states to protect
)Ílipni»R interest». '¡Mi-te were their own shipping interests. There were slipping interests. 'which were
VM.'eliï trading líete with a smaller niinibeV vessels trading here with a smaller number Vessels trading here with a smaller number
of oflicers anti eiew Hum would ho allowed of officers and crew than would be allowed of officers and crew Hum would be allowed
in tho cuso of Australian vessels, «nil ignor- in the case of Australian vessels, and ignor- in the case of Australian vessels, and ignor-
ing other restrictions which worn iinuQsed ing other restrictions which were imposed ing other restrictions which were imposed
on British phinpîneî. ? on British shipping. on British shipping. The
TliQ motton Vtt» C«rned, and ». «my of The motion was carried, and a copy of motion Vera Corner, and I. say of
it %¡io rVforVnled to the F«*.r*l GoW-* it is to be forwarded to the Federal Govern- it were rVforVnled to the Federal Golds
mont. . " - ' , '" ment. mont. " - ' , '"
Identified overProof corrections INTHE CASE BE TENDERS SHIPPING INTERESTS CREW NUMBER /TO/DAY|TODAY IMPOSED DESIRABLE HERE ADELAIDE RECONSIDERATION FEDERAL OFFICERS
Identified overProof non-corrections COASTING CARRIED FORWARDED RAILWAY RESPECTS PARLIAMENT OWN COPY PREMER TRADE THERE THAN TRANSCONTINENTAL THEIR
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Article ID 9062820, Article, ELTHAM RAILWAY EXTENSION. DIAMOND CREEK, Wednesday., page 7 1902-06-05, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 62 words, 4 corrections

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I ELTHAir RAILWAY EXTENSION. I ELTHAM RAILWAY EXTENSION. I ELTHAM RAILWAY EXTENSION.
I ..* ' DIAMOND CREEK, Wednesday. | DIAMOND CREEK, Wednesday. of ' DIAMOND CREEK, Wednesday.
A public meeting was held at the Upper A public meeting was held at the Upper A public meeting was held at the Upper
Diamond Creek Hall on Monday night. Diamond Creek Hall on Monday night. Diamond Creek Hall on Monday night.
Councillor Ryan, of~tlie.Heidelberg Shire Councillor Ryan, of the Heidelberg Shire Councillor Ryan, of~tlie.Heidelberg Shire
Council, presided. It was decided to carry Council, presided. It was decided to carry Council, presided. It was decided to carry
on the agitation to have the railway ex on the agitation to have the railway ex- on the agitation to have the railway extended
tended from Eltbam to Hurst's-bridge. A tended from Eltbam to Hurst's-bridge. A from Eltham to Hurst's bridge. A
committee wns formed to carry out the committee was formed to carry out the committee was formed to carry out the
wishes of the meeting. wishes of the meeting. wishes of the meeting.
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Identified overProof non-corrections HEIDELBERG ELTBAM [**VANDALISED]
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Article ID 9071334, Article, LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT., page 8 1902-09-25, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 118 words, 8 corrections

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LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT. LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT. LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT.
\n cldcih ninn nnmcil Iîodcticl Ken An elderly man named Roderick Ken- An elderly man named Frederick Ken
ncilj lind ti nan on escape fiom (lentil at nedy had a narrow escape from death at nelly had a narrow escape from death at
Dounibrool lesteiiltij Ile was walking Donnybrook yesterday. He was walking Donnybrook yesterday He was walking
o»cr Hie le» c1 cioosing neal the railwii« over the level crossing near the railway over the left 1 crossing near the railway
slition wlicn lip w is 1 uncí ed down li» ti station, when he was knocked down by a station which lip was 1 once ed down by a
pissing ti mi» J l.o cnc,iiieilii»ei culled out passing train. The engine driver called out passing to and J l.o cnc,iiieilii»ei called out
to linn lint lie did not lient the wai mut- to him, but he did not hear the warning, to him that he did not beat the war must-
ant! was struel lij the ciil.iiic and tin own and was struck by the engine, and thrown and was struck by the children and thrown
cleir of the line the injured mau n »s clear of the line. The injured man was clear of the line the injured man is
bl ought to Alclbonmc on the same tiain brought to Melbourne on the same train, brought to Melbourne on the same train
mid ins tal cn to the Melbourne Hospital and was taken to the Melbourne Hospital, and was taken to the Melbourne Hospital
whole lie was admitted In'Miss Bobeit where he was admitted by Miss Robert- whole he was admitted In Miss Robert
son MB Ile was found to bo sulTctiiit, son, M.B. He was found to be suffering from son MR He was found to be suffering,
a fractured leg and severe shock. a fractured leg and severe shock. a fractured leg and severe shock.
Identified overProof corrections YESTERDAY NEAR TAKEN AN TRAIN RAILWAY MAN THROWN BE BROUGHT BY ELDERLY HAD HIM NAMED CALLED PASSING DEATH FROM NARROW ROBERTSON STATION DONNYBROOK STRUCK MISS SUFFERING OVER HE CLEAR
Identified overProof non-corrections WHEN WHERE KNOCKED BUT KENNEDY ENGINE RODERICK DRIVER WARNING HEAR
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Article ID 9077935, Article, A CHILD DROWNED. MOE, Wednesday., page 7 1902-05-29, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 70 words, 4 corrections

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A CHILD DROWNED. A CHILD DROWNED. A CHILD DROWNED.
MOE, Wednesday. MOE, Wednesday. MOE, Wednesday.
On Monday Thomas J. Kculy, 18 months On Monday Thomas J. Kealy, 18 months On Monday Thomas J. Kealy, 18 months
old, whs accidentally drowned in a well, old, was accidentally drowned in a well, old, was accidentally drowned in a well,
a)iout Sft. deep, at Ifuiiiina. The well, | about 5ft. deep, at Fumina. The well, about 3ft. deep, at Fumina. The well, which
which M'as about five yards away from the which was about five yards away from the was about five yards away from the
house, "vas covered in, but the slabs were house, was covered in, but the slabs were house, was covered in, but the slabs were
loose, and the child, who was playing upon loose, and the child, who was playing upon loose, and the child, who was playing upon
it, slipped in. At a l-iagisterial inquiry, it, slipped in. At a magisterial inquiry, it, slipped in. At a magisterial inquiry,
before Mr. G. Ansley, J.P., a. verdict of before Mr. G. Ansley, J.P., a verdict of before Mr. G. Anstey, J.P., a. verdict of
accidentally drowned "was recorded. accidentally drowned was recorded. accidentally drowned was recorded.
Identified overProof corrections KEALY FUMINA MAGISTERIAL
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Article ID 9084869, Article, J.K. SMITH'S TROPHY., page 7 1902-10-30, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 50 words, 9 corrections

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, ,.-' ' J. IC-SMITH'S TROPHY. ' ! J. K. SMITH'S TROPHY. , ,.-' J IC-SMITH'S TROPHY. ' !
..Results of Saturday's matches:?Parksldo, 100 Results of Saturday's matches:—Parkside, 100 Results of Saturday's matches: Parkside, 100
and'seven for 151, r. ¡it..Paul's, 62; Parksldo won and seven for 157, v. St. Paul's, 52; Parkside won and seven for 154, v. St. Paul's, 62; Parkside won
b}'!48 on first Innings.. Abbotslord, 03'and 09, v. by 48 on first innings. Abbotsford, 93 and 69, v. by 48 on first Innings.. Abbotsford, 63 and 69, v.
Bendigo, SI and 77; Normanby, 41 andfjS, v. Bendigo, 81 and 77. Normanby, 44 and 53, v. Bendigo, SI and 77; Normanby, 41 and S, v.
Fcrnleiglï, 101 nnd seven for 1)7. Bcllvue, 107,'v; Fernleigh, 104 and seven for 97. Bellvue, 167, v. Fernleigh, 101 and seven for 167. Bellvue, 107;
Nortii Coburg, 37 nnd 3». North Coburg, 37 and 39. North Coburg, 37 and 38.
Identified overProof corrections ABBOTSFORD PARKSIDE BY ST PAULS NORTH BELLVUE MATCHES FERNLEIGH
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Article ID 9085606, Article, RITUALISM. FUNERAL OF MR. JOHN KENSIT. LONDON, Oct. 11., page 5 1902-10-13, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 69 words, 4 corrections

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RITUALISM. RITUALISM. RITUALISM.
FUNERAL OF MR. .JOHN KJÏNSIT. FUNERAL OF MR. JOHN KENSIT. FUNERAL OF MR. JOHN KENSIT.
LONDON, Oct. II. LONDON, Oct. 11. LONDON, Oct. 14.
The funeral of Mi John Kcm.it, liook The funeral of Mr. John Kensit, book- The funeral of Mr John Kensit, book
seilei, of P.atcinostei low, London, the seller, of Paternoster-row, London, the seller, of Paternoster-row London, the
well known anti utuibstie .igiiatoi, who well known anti-ritualistic agitator, who well known and utilised agitator, who
died on Tuestlu) last in the Liverpool In died on Tuesday last in the Liverpool In- died on Tuesday last in the Liverpool In
lirmarv of pneumonia, took plate > est« da) firmary of pneumonia, took place yesterday January of pneumonia, took place > ests day
at the Hampstead Cemclcrv at the Hampstead Cemetery. at the Hampstead Cemetery
The louie fioni London lo Hampstead The route from London to Hampstead The route from London to Hampstead
was lined bv thousands of sympathisers, was lined by thousands of sympathisers, was lined by thousands of sympathisers,
and the piovnncial Protestant associations and the provincial Protestant associations and the provincial Protestant associations
sent deputations and bands sent deputations and bands. sent deputations and bands
Identified overProof corrections BOOKSELLER /PATERNOSTER/ROW|PATERNOSTERROW BY PLACE TO ROUTE FROM TUESDAY CEMETERY KENSIT PROVINCIAL AGITATOR
Identified overProof non-corrections YESTERDAY /ANTI/RITUALISTIC|ANTIRITUALISTIC INFIRMARY
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Article ID 9637009, Article, FATAL BLASTING ACCIDENT. A MAN HORRIBLY MUT[?]ATED. QUEENSTOWN, Monday., page 5 1902-04-22, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 103 words, 3 corrections

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FATAL BLASTING ACCIDENT. FATAL BLASTING ACCIDENT. FATAL BLASTING ACCIDENT.
m m in
A MAN HORRIBLY MUTH,ATED. A MAN HORRIBLY MUTILATED. A MAN HORRIBLY MUTILATED.
QUEENSTOWN, Monday. QUEENSTOWN, Monday. QUEENSTOWN, Monday.
A man named Ihoiius Du is cmphntel A man named Thomas Davis, employed A man named Thomas Davis employed
as i ginget on the Lyell Comstoc! i id« ty as a ganger on the Lyell Comstock railway as a gauge on the Lyell Comstock! i id ty
ooiihttuction norks, met with a fiUil len construction works, met with a fatal acci- construction works, met with a fiUil len
dent to da) Tour holes Yieic chuged, ind dent to-day. Four holes were charged, and dent to do) Four holes Yieic charged and
after being fired by Davis he lotticd to a after being fired by Davis he retired to a after being fired by Davis he retired to a
pine ¡if «t-fct) thinking that ill the place of safety. Thinking that all the pine if Street) thinking that all the
shots lim g mo off, D-iYis returned ind shots had gone off, Davis returned and shots lim gone off, Davis returned and
ms stindiut, o\er one of the holes «hen it was standing over one of the holes when it is standing, over one of the holes when it
it. loth* I nith such force in to blon _". exploded with such force as to blow his it. both I with such force in to blow a".
li.ul} Hilft inn When piclcd up be li.ul} Hilft inn When piclcd up be lively Hills inn When picked up he
YY is deni, his boil) being shocking]., mutt YY is deni, his boil) being shocking]., mutt was dead, his body being shocking]., must
I ile 1_ I ile 1_ I the 12
Identified overProof corrections FOUR COMSTOCK EMPLOYED THOMAS ALL WORKS MUTILATED BLOW STANDING RETIRED AND GONE CHARGED WAS OVER CONSTRUCTION
Identified overProof non-corrections /TO/DAY|TODAY MUTT [**VANDALISED] EXPLODED YY [**VANDALISED] RAILWAY BOIL [**VANDALISED] BE [**VANDALISED] HILFT [**VANDALISED] HAD PLACE ILE [**VANDALISED] SAFETY WERE PICLCD [**VANDALISED] GANGER DENI [**VANDALISED]
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Searchability of unique words7065.777.133.3
Weighted Words68.475.221.4

Article ID 14431850, Article, HAMPDEN PARK IMPROVEMENTS., page 10 1902-04-30, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 138 words, 6 corrections

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I HAMPDEN PARK IMPROVEMENTS. I HAMPDEN PARK IMPROVEMENTS. I HAMPDEN PARK IMPROVEMENTS. The
The Got eminent has agreed to hand over to the The Government has agreed to hand over to the Government has agreed to hand over to the
Paddington IJorough Council i piece of land m the Paddington Borough Council a piece of land in the Paddington Borough Council a piece of land in the
immediate vicnntt of Ihn Hampden Park Otul At immediate vicinity of the Hampden Park Oval. At immediate vicinity of the Hampden Park Oval At
the lust meeting of tho council it Mas decided lo cull the last meeting of the council it was decided to call the last meeting of the council it was decided to call
foi plans and .specifications foi tho erection of a for plans and specifications for the erection of a for plans and specifications for the erection of a
pavilion upon thu site capable of nccommodatiug a pavilion upon the site capable of accommodating a pavilion upon the site capable of accommodating a
large number of persons It M as at the samo lime large number of persons. It was at the same time large number of persons It was at the same time
derided to request permission from the Minister lo decided to request permission from the Minister to decided to request permission from the Minister to
maka u eh-irge for udmissiou to the pa\ ilion on its make a charge for admission to the pavilion on its make a charge for admission to the pavilion on its
completion completion. completion
MELBOURNE, Tuesday MELBOURNE, Tuesday. MELBOURNE, Tuesday
At a meeting of the Victorian Cricket Association At a meeting of the Victorian Cricket Association At a meeting of the Victorian Cricket Association
to-night the refusal of the Carlton Club to carry out to-night the refusal of the Carlton Club to carry out to-night the refusal of the Carlton Club to carry out
an engagement to play off u tie with East Melbourne an engagement to play off a tie with East Melbourne an engagement to play off a tie with East Melbourne
for the association premie.ship Maa considered, and for the association premiership was considered, and for the association premiership was considered, and
it was decided lo fine the Carlton Club ¿IO 10s it was decided to fine the Carlton Club £10 10s. it was decided to fine the Carlton Club £10 10s
Identified overProof corrections IN SAME CALL ADMISSION ACCOMMODATING OVAL GOVERNMENT VICINITY PREMIERSHIP LAST BOROUGH MAKE CHARGE TIME
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Article ID 14433130, Article, MOORE PARK COMPETITION., page 4 1902-01-20, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 71 words, 4 corrections

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MOORE TATIK TOMPHTITION MOORE PARK COMPETITION. MOORE PARK COMPETITION
The eletcnth lound of the "Moore l'uik comprtition was The eleventh round of the Moore Park competition was The eleventh round of the "Moore Park competition was
completed on Rituidaj with the following icsults - completed on Saturday with the following results :— completed on Saturday with the following results -
Hinders, 13') and HI, he t Inwiiuble, 101 ami 44 foi m\ Flinders, 139 and 91, beat Invincible, 104 and 44 for six Hinders, 13') and HI, he t Inwiiuble, 164 and 44 for me
wickets wickets. wickets
T Sandv and Co ISO defeited Our Boyrf 02 by «5 runs J. Sandy and Co., 180, defeated Our Boys, 95 by 85 runs. T Sandy and Co ISO defeated Our Boys 02 by 55 runs
rinppendile ll-> and lil defeated I ast Sjdn v, and Chippendale, 115 and 134, defeated East Sydney, 53 and Chippendale ills and has defeated East Sydney v, V and
four wicket t for 11 In 11 runs four wickets for 11, by 62 runs. four wicket t for 11 In 11 runs
'liamwat rccu.ed a forfeit from West Svdnej Tramway received a forfeit from West Sydney. 'Tramway received a forfeit from West Sydney
Identified overProof corrections SATURDAY BOYS TRAMWAY SYDNEY RECEIVED COMPETITION ROUND PARK ELEVENTH EAST RESULTS CHIPPENDALE SANDY
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Article ID 14433210, Article, MELBOURNE MATCHES. MELBOURNE, Sunday., page 4 1902-01-20, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 90 words, 5 corrections

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MELBOURNE SIATCHES. MELBOURNE MATCHES. MELBOURNE MATCHES.
MT.UIOURNE, Sunday. MELBOURNE, Sunday. MELBOURNE, Sunday.
Tlie pennant cncl ct matches wero i csuined on Saturday The pennant cricket matches were resumed on Saturday The pennant and ct matches were i resumed on Saturday
under pleasant conditions Play was remnrknble foi the under pleasant conditions. Play was remarkable for the under pleasant conditions Play was remarkable for the
number of completed centuries Melbourne five for 225, number of completed centuries. Melbourne five for 225, number of completed centuries Melbourne five for 225,
dreiv with Tiawksburn (Ifor 250 Pit7roy 2^ (J Smith drew with Hawksburn, 6 for 250. Fitzroy, 237 (J. Smith drew with Hawksburn (for 250 Fitzroy 22 (J Smith
101 net out), beat Richmond, 202 South Melbourne 109 101 not out), beat Richmond, 202. South Melbourne, 399 104 not out), beat Richmond, 202 South Melbourne 109
(W Scott, 100), beat University, 70 nnd 50 North Mel- (W. Scott, 109), beat University, 70 and 50. North Mel- (W Scott, 100), beat University, 70 and 50 North Melbourne,
bourne, four for 170 tV D Bain 85 not out), drew with bourne, four for 170 (E. E. Bean 85 not out), drew with four for 170 tV D Bain 85 not out), drew with
Carlton oncfrr T57 (Worrsll 21f> Warne not out 1D0) Carlton, one for 357 (Worrall 215, Warne not out 130). Carlton concern 157 (Worrall 212 Warne not out 50)
East Melbourne, 270, und one for D7, heat bt Kilda, 84 East Melbourne, 273, and one for 97, beat St. Kilda, 84. East Melbourne, 270 and one for 57, beat St Kilda, 84
Identified overProof corrections ST HAWKSBURN RESUMED REMARKABLE WERE AND FITZROY WORRALL
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Article ID 14433270, Article, MELBOURNE BISHOPRIC ELECTION BOARD., page 7 1902-01-20, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 140 words, 3 corrections

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MELBOURNE BISHOPRIC ELECTION MELBOURNE BISHOPRIC ELECTION MELBOURNE BISHOPRIC ELECTION
BOARD. BOARD. BOARD.
At tho meeting of tho Dishopnc Election Board of At the meeting of the Bishopric Election Board of At the meeting of the Bishopric Election Board of
tho Melbourne IDtoccso during tho onsmngweok, it is the Melbourne Diocese during the ensuing week, it is the Melbourne Diocese during the onsmngweok, it is
expected that tho \acnncj on tho bom ti caused by the expected that the vacancy on the board caused by the expected that the vacancy on the bom to caused by the
deathof Professor Mioins will be filled bj tho election death of Professor Morris will be filled by the election death of Professor Morris will be filled by the election
of Mr II HonU, tho remaining members lumng tho of Mr. H. Henty, the remaining members having the of Mr II won, the remaining members having the
powei, undor tho Bishops Appointment Act, to fill power, under the Bishops Appointment Act, to fill power, under the Bishops Appointment Act, to fill
tho vacancy It is also expected that Mr Justice the vacancy. It is also expected that Mr. Justice the vacancy It is also expected that Mr Justice
Hodges w ill arnvo from England in timo to attend Hodges will arrive from England in time to attend Hodges will arrive from England in time to attend
tho meeting mid that tho mlormation his Honor will the meeting, and that the information his Honor will the meeting and that the information his Honor will
supply, together with tint alrcadj lcccucd, will supply, together with that already received, will supply, together with that already received, will
diable tho board to icaeh a decision regarding a suc- enable the board to reach a decision regarding a suc- enable the board to reach a decision regarding a successor
cessor to tho ltight llov Dr Goo If necessary, it cessor to the Right Rev. Dr Goe. If necessary, it to the Right Rev Dr Geo If necessary, it
is probable that the question of appointing a deputa- is probable that the question of appointing a deputa- is probable that the question of appointing a deputation
tion to vint Lnglaud witli a mow to tho appointment tion to visit England with a view to the appointment to visit England with a view to the appointment
to the see w ill be Uiseusso 1 to the see will be discussed. to the see will be Uiseusso 1
Identified overProof corrections ARRIVE RIGHT POWER UNDER REV DEATH VIEW RECEIVED INFORMATION ENABLE DIOCESE AND HAVING MORRIS TIME REACH ALREADY VISIT
Identified overProof non-corrections HENTY GOE DISCUSSED WEEK ENSUING
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Article ID 14433299, Article, ACCIDENT TO BARNES. ENGLISHMEN'S SERIOUS LOSS., page 8 1902-01-20, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 298 words, 5 corrections

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ACCIDENT TO BARNES. ACCIDENT TO BARNES. ACCIDENT TO BARNES.
ENGLISHMEN'S SERIOUS LOSS. ENGLISHMEN'S SERIOUS LOSS. ENGLISHMEN'S SERIOUS LOSS.
Tho accident to Barnes, the leading bowler of the The accident to Barnes, the leading bowler of the The accident to Barnes, the leading bowler of the
rnc,hsh team, turns out to bo much more serious English team, turns out to be much more serious English team, turns out to be much more serious
lliu.il was at first thought On Saturday afternoon than was at first thought. On Saturday afternoon, finish was at first thought On Saturday afternoon
ihoi tly after ho n tired, ind when the bow ling w as shortly after he retired, and when the bowling was when fly after he retired and when the bowling was being
being punished, MacLurcu sent in w ord for Buriles being punished, MacLaren sent in word for Barnes punished, MacLaren sent in word for Buriles
^lo i eau me play if lie possihly could Robson w eut on to resume play if he possibly could. Robson went on lo I saw me play if he possibly could Robson went on
lo field, and told MacLaren that it was nniiossiblo to field, and told MacLaren that it was impossible to field, and told MacLaren that it was impossible
lor Burncs to continuo that altemoon as he had for Barnes to continue that afternoon, as he had for Burnes to continue that afternoon as he had
twisted his knee badi) lu the evening the knee was twisted his knee badly. In the evening the knee was twisted his knee badly) In the evening the knee was
subjected to medical examination und ae,ain this subjected to medical examination and again this subjected to medical examination and again this
morning lho advice was that it w ould be ver) in- morning. The advice was that it would be very in- morning. The advice was that it would be very in-
advisable for Baines to bowl tlnsm itch This even- advisable for Barnes to bowl this match. This even- advisable for Baines to bowl them match This evening
ing he sa d the knee, after having been rt sled all ing he said the knee, after having been rested all he said the knee, after having been at shed all
ila), whs somewhat bettel, but if he were able to day, was somewhat better, but if he were able to its), whs somewhat better, but if he were able to
bowl it would bo without his usual pace lho bowl it would be without his usual pace. The bowl it would be without his usual pace The
o| iinou of some members of lho Liighsh and Aus opinion of some members of the English and Aus- o| lines of some members of the English and Austin
ti ihau elevens isjtlint Barnes will not be of anymore tralian elevens is that Barnes will not be of any more than elevens visiting Barnes will not be of any more
use as a bowler ni this contest, while seine el en go use as a bowler in this contest, while some even go use as a bowler in this contest, while some even go
so iur as to sa\ that ho may not hu able to bowl ni so far as to say that he may not be able to bowl in so far as to say that he may not he able to bowl in
the test match utS)duc) lho absence ot Barnes, the test match at Sydney. The absence of Barnes, the test match utS)duc) the absence of Barnes,
who has proved himself to be tho best bow In on his who has proved himself to be the best bowler on his who has proved himself to be the best bow In on his
side, will jiiovo u. most severe loss to tho English- side, will prove a most severe loss to the English- side, will prove a. most severe loss to the English-
men men. men
The English captain slated to-night that Barnes The English captain stated to-night that Barnes The English captain slated to-night that Barnes
would bo unable to continue in the test match lu a would be unable to continue in the test match. In a would be unable to continue in the test match in a
medical examination it bus been discovered that thcro medical examination it has been discovered that there medical examination it has been discovered that there
is an accumulation of fluid at thekiicc, icnder is an accumulation of fluid at the knee, render- is an accumulation of fluid at theories, render
mg sjilints necessurv. Barnes will havo to remain in ing splints necessary. Barnes will have to remain in mg splints necessary. Barnes will have to remain in
bid tor two or three da)s or he will be unable to bed for two or three days or he will be unable to bid for two or three days or he will be unable to
pla) in tho S) dney test mutch Mr MucLarcu is play in the Sydney test match. Mr. MacLaren is play in the Sydney test match Mr MacLaren is
gieutly upset _ greatly upset. greatly upset a
Identified overProof corrections GREATLY SPLINTS VERY WORD INTHE EVEN WENT POSSIBLY DAYS HAVE BETTER NECESSARY PROVE THERE THAN SYDNEY RETIRED BOWLING ONTO SAY ANY SAID IMPOSSIBLE BADLY AGAIN FAR
Identified overProof non-corrections BED DAY AUSTRALIAN RESTED STATED RESUME RENDERING OPINION SHORTLY
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Searchability of unique words14075.093.674.3
Weighted Words76.693.773.3

Article ID 14433617, Article, THE SEARCH FOR THE KENNIFFS. ELUDING THE POLICE. BRISBANE, Tuesday., page 8 1902-06-18, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 162 words, 3 corrections

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THE SEARCH FOR ' THE ' THE SEARCH FOR THE THE SEARCH FOR "THE
KENNIFFS. KENNIFFS. KENNIFFS.
ELUDING THE POLICE. ELUDING THE POLICE. ELUDING THE POLICE.
BRISBANE. Tuesday. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BRISBANE. Tuesday.
Chief Inspector Douglas leaves Brisbane again to- Chief Inspector Douglas leaves Brisbane again to- Chief Inspector Douglas leaves Brisbane again to-morrow
morrow in connection with thu search foi the morrow in connection with the search for the in connection with the search for the
Kennifis A careful system of watching and pitrol Kenniffs. A careful system of watching and patrol- Kenniffs A careful system of watching and patrolling
ling is being carried out by tim police Regarding ling is being carried out by the police. Regarding is being carried out by the police Regarding
the incid ut of May 2J, when the ICouiiifTd were sur the incident of May 23, when the Kenniffs were sur- the incid out of May 21, when the ICouiiifTd were surprised
pnsed bv thi police but escaped, it appeals that the prised by the police but escaped, it appears that the by the police but escaped, it appears that the
police sunouutied the scrub where the KenniiTs wero police surrounded the scrub where the Kenniffs were police surrounded the scrub where the Kenniffs were
camped Itwasagieed that when tim cimp was camped. It was agreed that when the camp was camped was agreed. that when the camp was
located a lev olver allot was tobe Hied, whereupon located a revolver shot was to be fired, whereupon located a revolver allot was to be fled, whereupon
the police w ere to concentrate in the direction ot the the police were to concentrate in the direction of the the police were to concentrate in the direction of the
spot from whence the shot was filed Ihe Kennilfa, spot from whence the shot was fired. The Kenniffs, spot from whence the shot was filed The Kenniffs,
ht »ever although seldom wasting snot, had led a however, although seldom wasting shot, had led a he ever although seldom wasting shot, had led a
low-conditioned horse a little way from their camp low-conditioned horse a little way from their camp low-conditioned horse a little way from their camp
and shot it, with the result that the mounted nob-, and shot it, with the result that the mounted police, and shot it, with the result that the mounted nob-,
thinking it was the signal, galloped in the direction thinking it was the signal, galloped in the direction thinking it was the signal, galloped in the direction
of the sound The Kcnniffs, on hearing thom of the sound. The Kenniffs, on hearing them of the sound The Kenniffs, on hearing them
coming, left the other horses mid escaped on foot coming, left the other horses and escaped on foot. coming, left the other horses and escaped on foot
Identified overProof corrections THEM BE PATROLLING SURROUNDED REVOLVER SURPRISED AGREED APPEARS
Identified overProof non-corrections INCIDENT FIRED HOWEVER
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All Words15277.094.777.1
Searchability of unique words8486.996.472.7
Weighted Words85.895.467.2

Article ID 14433814, Article, MINING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. WEST WYALONG, Wednesday., page 9 1902-02-20, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 127 words, 3 corrections

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I MINIÎÎQ IN NEW SOUTH WALES. ! MINING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. I MINING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.
WEST WYALONG, Wednesday. WEST WYALONG, Wednesday. WEST WYALONG, Wednesday.
Tlio Now Chum mino trailed 10 tons formation The New Chum mine treated 10 tons formation The New Chum mine trailed 10 tons formation
for 7o/. The Picaninny tnbuters ate Btoplng a for 7oz. The Picaninny tributers are stoping a for 17oz. The Picaninny tributers are stoping a
splendid hloct of stone. The Democrat piity lire splendid block of stone. The Democrat party are splendid block of stone. The Democrat party are
liusinij good quality stone, 3(1 tons aro piuldockcd. raising good quality stone ; 30 tons are paddocked. raising good quality stone, 30 tons are paddocked.
Hill and patty and the Black Coon are raising pay Hill and party and the Black Coon are raising pay- Hill and party and the Black Coon are raising pay
ablo stone. Uottrell wade a now discovery nt the able stone. Bottrell made a new discovery at the able stone. Bottrell made a new discovery of the
jjay I)awn, which piemises to ho nell. At Wyn* Day Dawn, which promises to be rich. At Wya- Day Dawn, which premises to be nell. At Wyn
lons Ncolds have secured water from Channon's long Neelds have secured water from Channon's tons Nealds have secured water from Channon's
tink. This"will enable the parties to resume buttery tank. This will enable the parties to resume battery tank. This will enable the parties to resume battery
worlc in a few days. Brogtui anti M'ííamara, tn- work in a few days. Brogan and McNamara, tri- work in a few days. Brogtui and McNamara, to-
buters of the White Beef and Barrier, treated 17 buters of the White Beef and Barrier, treated 17 buters of the White Beef and Barrier, treated 17
tons from the lattoi mino nt Nicoltis'a bittery for tons from the latter mine at Nicolas's battery for tons from the latter mine at Nicolas's battery for
18}oz. Four tons of mineral from tho White Reef, 18¼oz. Four tons of mineral from the White Reef, 16oz. Four tons of mineral from the White Reef,
treated at Sully's, j íeliled lSoz. treated at Sully's, yielded 18oz. treated at Sully's, j settled lSoz.
Identified overProof corrections PAYABLE DAWN TRIBUTERS BOTTRELL MADE WORK PARTY BE LATTER NICOLASS MINE PADDOCKED DAY BLOCK THIS MCNAMARA TANK MINING BATTERY WILL STOPING
Identified overProof non-corrections BROGAN YIELDED NEELDS PROMISES RICH
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All Words11361.992.079.1
Searchability of unique words7364.493.280.8
Weighted Words61.691.878.5

Article ID 14433833, Article, THE LIVERPOOL BANK FRAUDS. TRIAL OF THE ALLEGED ACCESSORIES. LONDON, Feb. 18., page 7 1902-02-20, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 116 words, 3 corrections

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THE LIVERPOOL BANK THE LIVERPOOL BANK THE LIVERPOOL BANK
FRAUDS. FRAUDS. FRAUDS.
TRIAL OF THE ALLEGED ACCES- TRIAL OF THE ALLEGED ACCES- TRIAL OF THE ALLEGED ACCESSORIES.
SORIES. SORIES.
LONDON, Feb. l8. LONDON, Feb. 18. LONDON, Feb. 18.
The trial was oponed at the Central Crimi The trial was opened at the Central Crimi- The trial was opened at the Central Criminal
nal Court to-day of the porsons charged with nal Court to-day of the persons charged with Court to-day of the persons charged with
being accessories of Tnomas Goudie (book- being accessories of Thomas Goudie (book- being accessories of Thomas Goudie (book-
keeper), who on Monday pleaded guilty to keeper), who on Monday pleaded guilty to keeper), who on Monday pleaded guilty to
defrauding the Bank of Liverpool For the defrauding the Bank of Liverpool. For the defrauding the Bank of Liverpool For the
prosecution it was asserted that Richard prosecution it was asserted that Richard prosecution it was asserted that Richard
Burge (professional boxei) diseavered that Burge (professional boxer) discovered that Burge (professional boxer) discovered that
Goudie had been betting Burge conspired Goudie had been betting Burge conspired Goudie had been betting Burge conspired
with Manees and Marks to " pluck ' Goudie with Mances and Marks to "pluck" Goudie, with Maries and Marks to " pluck ' Goudie
Burge and Manees went to Liverpool and Burge and Mances went to Liverpool and Burge and Mances went to Liverpool and
informed Goudie that they knew all about his informed Goudie that they knew all about his informed Goudie that they knew all about his
belting transactions They coerced him to betting transactions. They coerced him to betting transactions They coerced him to
bet heavily with Manees and Marks on tips bet heavily with Mances and Marks on tips bet heavily with Maries and Marks on tips
from Burge, who pretended to Goudte that from Burge, who pretended to Goudie that from Burge, who pretended to Goudie that
he was a jockey_ he was a jockey. he was a jockey
Identified overProof corrections OPENED BOXER THOMAS MANCES DISCOVERED PERSONS
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All Words10890.798.180.0
Searchability of unique words6690.9100.0100.0
Weighted Words88.7100.0100.0

Article ID 14433870, Article, VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday., page 4 1902-02-20, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 124 words, 3 corrections

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I VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS. VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS. VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS.
MELBOURNE, Wednesday MELBOURNE, Wednesday. MELBOURNE, Wednesday
With bookmakcis and ba-kers eui aged at the With bookmakers and backers engaged at the With bookmakers and backers can aged at the
Epsom Races to-day, y cry little attention was given Epsom Races to-day, very little attention was given Epsom Races to-day, very little attention was given
to Iho Newmarket Handicap to the Newmarket Handicap. to the Newmarket Handicap
Ml Ey orard D irlot, ii member of tho Western Mr. Everard Darlot, a member of the Western Mr Ey orard D irlot, a member of the Western
Australia Turf Club committee, and oyvner oi Li li- Australia Turf Club committee, and owner of Lim- Australia Turf Club committee, and owner of Li li-
ber, is on a y lsit to Melbourne, and intends to re- ber, is on a visit to Melbourne, and intends to re- ber, is on a visit to Melbourne, and intends to remain
main ovei tho VBO Autumn Meeting main over the V.R.C. Autumn Meeting. over the VRC Autumn Meeting
Meridian, eugoged in the Nott murkct Handicap Meridian, engaged in the Newmarket Handicap Meridian, engaged in the Nott market Handicap
at 7st 71b, has amy ed from Wagga, and is staying at 7st 7lb, has arrived from Wagga, and is staying at 7st 7lb, has arrived from Wagga, and is staying
at Ascot Vale at Ascot Vale. at Ascot Vale
Kaunato has been withdrawn from tho Steeple- Kaimate has been withdrawn from the Steeple- Kaunato has been withdrawn from the Steeplechase
chase to be run at Caulfield on Saturday chase to be run at Caulfield on Saturday. to be run at Caulfield on Saturday
lu connection yyith the V R C Autumn Meeting, In connection with the V.R.C. Autumn Meeting, in connection with the V R C Autumn Meeting,
Nnyv Broom and L i Troude have been struck out of New Broom and La Froude have been struck out of Nnyv Broom and L i Froude have been struck out of
tho Ascot Vale Stakes the Ascot Vale Stakes. the Ascot Vale Stakes
Identified overProof corrections OWNER VERY ENGAGED ARRIVED MR FROUDE BOOKMAKERS BACKERS OVER VISIT
Identified overProof non-corrections LIMBER DARLOT LA NEW EVERARD KAIMATE
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All Words10374.892.269.2
Searchability of unique words6976.891.362.5
Weighted Words73.489.359.6

Article ID 14434175, Article, LATE MINING. KALGOORLIE, Tuesday., page 10 1902-03-12, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 68 words, 3 corrections

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LATE MTNING. LATE MINING. LATE MINING.
KALGOORLIE, Tuesday. KALGOORLIE, Tuesday. KALGOORLIE, Tuesday.
The folloyving JYbiuary outputs uro reported - The following February outputs are reported :— The following February outputs are reported -
South Kalgurh, 2070 tons for 2700o/ , Brown Hill, South Kalgurli, 2670 tons for 2700oz. ; Brown Hill, South Kalgurli, 2670 tons for 2700 , Brown Hill,
1803 tons foi â280o7 . Ida LaierWn, D10 tons for 1863 tons for 5280oz. ; Ida Laverton, 910 tons for 1863 tons for 28oz . Ida LaierWn, 940 tons for
IO8802 , valued nt ¿1170 , Golden Rhine, Laverton, 1088oz., valued at £4179 ; Golden Rhine, Laverton, I882 , valued at 1179 , Golden Rhine, Laverton,
725 tons for J'lSo/ , valued at £1550 725 tons for 395oz., valued at £1556. 725 tons for J'lSo/ , valued at £1550
The opening out started at the Ecbpso lodo re- The opening cut started at the Eclipse lode re- The opening out started at the Eclipse lode recently
cently hies intersected the eastern crosscut, No. 4 cently has intersected the eastern crosscut, No. 4 hies intersected the eastern crosscut, No. 4
level, of Creesus Proprietary. level, of Croesus Proprietary. level, of Croesus Proprietary.
Identified overProof corrections CROESUS ARE FEBRUARY LODE KALGURLI ECLIPSE FOLLOWING MINING
Identified overProof non-corrections CUT HAS
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All Words5074.094.076.9
Searchability of unique words3773.094.680.0
Weighted Words73.696.385.9

Article ID 14434204, Article, FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. AN OLD MAN'S DEATH., page 10 1902-03-12, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 69 words, 3 corrections

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FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.
AN OLD MAN'S DEATH. AN OLD MAN'S DEATH. AN OLD MAN'S DEATH.
Shortly before 8. a m. yesterday the partially dressed I Shortly before 8 a.m. yesterday the partially dressed Shortly before 8. a m. yesterday the partially dressed body
body of an old man named John Smith was found body of an old man named John Smith was found of an old man named John Smith was found
lying in tho yard at tho rear of his residence, Taylor lying in the yard at the rear of his residence, Taylor- lying in the yard at the rear of his residence, Taylor
street, Annandale. The deceased, who was 70 } ears street, Annandale. The deceased, who was 70 years street, Annandale. The deceased, who was 70 years of
of ace, lived by himself and was last seen on tho of age, lived by himself and was last seen on the age, lived by himself and was last seen on the
previous afternoon. A report has been forwarded to previous afternoon. A report has been forwarded to previous afternoon. A report has been forwarded to
the Coronel. _ the Coroner. the Coroner. _
Identified overProof corrections CORONER YEARS AGE
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All Words6190.2100.0100.0
Searchability of unique words4993.9100.0100.0
Weighted Words91.9100.0100.0

Article ID 14435132, Article, THE HOULDER LINE., page 8 1902-03-17, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 72 words, 3 corrections

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THE HOULTOK UNE. I THE HOULDER LINE. THE HOULTON LINE. The
The new Hoiildcr lmo twin screw steamer Draytoi The new Houlder line twin screw steamer Drayton new Houlder line twin screw steamer Drayton
Orange, 10,000 ton«, has made the p issage from Caratowj Grange, 10,000 tons, has made the passage from Capetrown Grange, 10,000 tons, has made the passage from Capetown
to Al bin j uiKtdajd which cipiiLsa epetd of ubotitl! to Albany in 16 days, which equals a speed of about 13 to Albury j uiKtdajd which cipiiLsa speed of about!
knots faho is due at t>>dncj on 'lliumlny nott knots. She is due at Sydney on Thursday next. knots She is due at Edney on 'hominy next
1 he steamer Itippmgham Gmuge kit Bowen on the 1U The steamer Rippingham Grange left Bowen on the 14th The steamer Rippingham Grange kit Bowen on the 1st
mstaut forhydntj, \iaPmkcnlii hlie will takeafoJl instant for Sydney, via Pinkenba. She will take a full instant for Sydney, \iaPmkcnlii he will takeafoJl
cargo ofiro7cn mntandlne t-tock, and is expected cargo of frozen meat and live stock, and is expected to cargo of frozen intending stock, and is expected to
leave on March J2 for fcouth Africa leave on March 22 for South Africa leave on March 22 for South Africa
Identified overProof corrections SOUTH HOULDER STOCK SYDNEY SPEED SHE TONS INSTANT PASSAGE FROZEN LINE NEXT ABOUT RIPPINGHAM GRANGE DRAYTON
Identified overProof non-corrections LEFT IN DAYS PINKENBA THURSDAY TAKE FULL CAPETROWN ALBANY LIVE EQUALS VIA MEAT
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All Words7145.176.156.4
Searchability of unique words5446.375.955.2
Weighted Words36.572.957.4

Article ID 14435310, Article, VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday., page 10 1902-05-07, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 59 words, 4 corrections

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VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS. VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS
MELBOURNE, Tuesday. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. MELBOURNE, Tuesday.
While exercising at Caulfield on Monday morning, While exercising at Caulfield on Monday morning, While exercising at Caulfield on Monday morning,
Locksmith ran into a fence mid i cived lupines Locksmith ran into a fence and received injuries Locksmith ran into a fence and i ceived injuries
which will prevent him racing for a time Following which will prevent him racing for a time. Following which will prevent him racing for a time Following
are the Maribyrnong scratclungs posted to-day - are the Maribyrnong scratchings posted to-day :— are the Maribyrnong scratchings posted to-day -
Steeple hase: Darkie. Maiden Plate Zelicia Riverside Steeplechase: Darkie. Maiden Plate: Zelicia. Riverside Steeplechase Darkie. Maiden Plate Zelicia Riverside
Plate Dundee, Captain lowse, K K , and Spectre Plate: Dundee, Captain Towse, K.K., and Spectre. Plate Dundee, Captain Towse, K K and Spectre
Riverside Purse Gloria Hurdle Race Havelock Riverside Purse: Gloria. Hurdle Race: Havelock. Riverside Purse Gloria Hurdle Race Havelock
Identified overProof corrections INJURIES TOWSE STEEPLECHASE SCRATCHINGS
Identified overProof non-corrections RECEIVED
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All Words5188.298.083.3
Searchability of unique words4889.697.980.0
Weighted Words88.598.587.4

Article ID 14436982, Detailed lists, results, guides, WEDNESDAY HALF-HOLIDAY COMPETITION (MITCHELL SHIELD). Sixth Round., page 4 1902-01-13, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 160 words, 5 corrections

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I WEDNESDAY TTAT.iF-HOI.TDAY _30MlT,TrnON I WEDNESDAY HALF-HOLIDAY COMPETITION WEDNESDAY TTAT.iF-HOI.TDAY _30MlT,TrnON I
(MITCUELT, SHIELD). | (MITCHELL SHIELD). (MITCHELL, SHIELD). I
I Sixth ltnnud. _ , _ Sixth Round. Sixth annual. _ , _
Eleerie Telegraph agunsi woum onumui, ubwui, Electric Telegraph against Western Suburbs, at Hamp- Electic Telegraph against woman named, above,
d"ii Park uval, coniplucly mustered the bowling, md den Park Oval, completely mastered the bowling, and date Park oval, completely mustered the bowling, and
when timf wa« nullWl the '.coie stood ah follown -1* when time was called the score stood as follows :—F. when time was called the 'score stood as follows -It
Hinch), not out, 207 , J Glocsou, not out, 128, nundm-s Hinchy, not out, 207 ; J. Gleeson, not out, 128 ; sundries Finch), not out, 207 , J Gleeson, not out, 28, sundries
20 Iso wickets for 355 In then previous match aguinsL 20. No wickets for 355. In their previous match against 20 Iso wickets for 355 In their previous match against
M'Hratb'rt the h une two bit-men piWl up 240 without McIlrath's the same two batsmen piled up 240 without M'Hratb'rt the h are two batsmen piWl up 240 without
being «cpniaUd (Hincliv U2, and Glcfi-on n8 being separated (Hinchy 122, and Gleeson 98). being separated (Hinchy 22, and Gleeson as
Aunnntliih against Idilmain, at Birchgrove Beseive Annandale against Balmain, at Birchgrove Reserve, Aunnntliih against Balmain, at Birchgrove Reserve
scored 108 (Pogue £.0, O'IIalîorau 4o) Balmain loit HIT scored 198 (Pogue 70, O'Halloran 45). Balmain lost six scored 168 (Pogue £20, O'Halloran 43) Balmain-road HIT
wickttsfoi 112 (T StoicvGSnotout) wickets for 112 (J. Storey 68 not out). wickets for 152 (T StoicvGSnotout)
M'Iliath's açunst Ashfield, at St Luki/s Park, Bur- McIlriath's against Ashfield, at St. Luke's Park, Bur- M'Iliath's against Ashfield, at St Luke's Park, Burwood,
wood, stored 5S Ashlleld lost four for 278 (Chipperfleld wood, scored 58. Ashfield lost four for 278 (Chipperfield stored 55 Ashfield lost four for 273 (Chipperfield
111 not out, Sjet BJ) 111 not out, Syer 52). 111 not out, Sjet BJ)
Leichhardt agumitWaterloo, atAlexandna Oval, «¡oreti Leichhardt against Waterloo, at Alexandria Oval, scored Leichhardt agumitWaterloo, at Alexandria Oval, scored
61 (Lyont 40) Waterloo lost six for 217 (Glass C7, Robin- 61 (Lyons 40). Waterloo lost six for 217 (Glass 67, Robin- 61 (Lyons 40) Waterloo lost six for 247 (Glass 67, Robin-
son GO not oui, Crin«ton 84) son 60 not out, Cranston 54). son GO not out, Grimston 84)
Newtown against Burwood, «t "Wentworth Faik, scored Newtown against Burwood, at Wentworth Park, scored Newtown against Burwood, at Wentworth Fails, scored
200 (Gosnell J2, Bailey 32). Burwood lost eight for 102 200 (Gosnell 32, Bailey 32). Burwood lost eight for 102 200 (Gosnell 2, Bailey 32). Burwood lost eight for 102
vSaunders 5S cot out). (Saunders 58 not out). Saunders 55 not out).
Identified overProof corrections HINCHY COMPLETELY AS CHIPPERFIELD MITCHELL LUKES ALEXANDRIA CALLED GLEESON SAUNDERS RESERVE OHALLORAN SCORE WAS SUNDRIES FOLLOWS SEPARATED TIME BATSMEN THEIR LYONS
Identified overProof non-corrections MCILRIATHS MASTERED ANNANDALE HAMPDEN SAME MCILRATHS WESTERN COMPETITION SYER SUBURBS ELECTRIC NO ROUND /HALF/HOLIDAY|HALFHOLIDAY CRANSTON PILED STOREY
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All Words12549.678.457.1
Searchability of unique words8153.179.055.3
Weighted Words54.880.155.9

Article ID 14437170, Article, MAJOR WARDILL'S REPLY TO CRITICISMS., page 12 1902-06-07, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 599 words, 6 corrections

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MAJOR WARDILL'S REPLY TO CRITICISMS. MAJOR WARDILL'S REPLY TO CRITICISMS. MAJOR WARDILL'S REPLY TO CRITICISMS.
_he recent remarks bv the Melbourne correspon- The recent remarks by the Melbourne correspon- The recent remarks by the Melbourne correspondent
dent of the " Sportsman " brought out Major Vvnr dent of the "Sportsman" brought out Major War- of the " Sportsman " brought out Major Vvnr
dill to champion tho Australian team lu un inter- dill to champion the Australian team. In an inter- bill to champion the Australian team in an interview
view published m the " Daily Mail " the Major view published in the "Daily Mail" the Major published in the " Daily Mail " the Major
said -" If we aro beaten it will be on our merits, said :—"If we are beaten it will be on our merits, said " If we are beaten it will be on our merits,
for the side is thoroughly representative, and, in my for the side is thoroughly representative, and, in my for the side is thoroughly representative, and, in my
judgment, more formidable than the last I could judgment, more formidable than the last. I could judgment, more formidable than the last I could
not wish for a steadier or moro even lot of men not wish for a steadier or more even lot of men. not wish for a steadier or more even lot of men
" Tor Fonio reason," ho «aid, " nu impression is "For some reason," he said, "an impression is " For some reason," he said, " an impression is
gaining giouud that Australian batting is slow ind gaining ground that Australian batting is slow and gaining ground that Australian batting is slow and
unattiaclise Now I have been nt pains lo make an unattractive. Now I have been at pains to make an unattractive Now I have been at pains to make an
analysis of the net time occupied by the Australians analysis of the net time occupied by the Australians analysis of the net time occupied by the Australians
and Mr MneLaren's team in each of the test matchee and Mr. MacLaren's team in each of the test matches and Mr MacLaren's team in each of the test matches
played last benson lu every instance, the Aus- played last season. In every instance, the Aus- played last season In every instance, the Australians'
tralians' scoring average w us the falter A careful tralians' scoring average was the faster. A careful scoring average was the father A careful
compilation made by Phillips, the umpire, duruif compilation made by Phillips, the umpire, during compilation made by Phillips, the umpire, during
the fast tour also shots ed that on the whole 1 nghsli the last tour also showed that on the whole English the fast tour also showed that on the whole English
batsmen occupied mole time in getting their runs batsmen occupied more time in getting their runs batsmen occupied more time in getting their runs
thouysc did " than we did." house did "
Questioned as to the statement thit certain mem- Questioned as to the statement that certain mem- Questioned as to the statement that certain members
ber« of the team were not receiving uu equal share bers of the team were not receiving an equal share of the team were not receiving an equal share
with the others of tho pi oil of the tour, Major with the others of the profits of the tour, Major with the others of the oil is of the tour, Major
Wnrdill explained " It is absolutely uutrue In Wardill explained : "It is absolutely untrue. In Wardill explained " It is absolutely untrue In
order that the best men may be tempted to make the order that the best men may be tempted to make the order that the best men may be tempted to make the
trip the tour is conducted on business lines, so that trip the tour is conducted on business lines, so that trip the tour is conducted on business lines, so that
tho play era will not be out of pocket after defraying the players will not be out of pocket after defraying the play era will not be out of pocket after defraying
the necessary heavy exjienses Ibu players take all the necessary heavy expenses. The players take all the necessary heavy expenses the players take all
the risk of success or failure, and where profits uccruo the risk of success or failure, and where profits accrue the risk of success or failure, and where profits accrue
these are equally distributed among the men to le these are equally distributed among the men to re- these are equally distributed among the men to be
unburso them for loss of tune mid s dary imburse them for loss of time and salary. unburso them for loss of time and a diary
" I deny that any element of professionalism "I deny that any element of professionalism " I deny that any element of professionalism
oxisls in tins arrangement The majority of the exists in this arrangement. The majority of the exists in this arrangement The majority of the
pin ers occupy Government or haul nig positions, to players occupy Government or banking positions, to pin ers occupy Government or haul nig positions, to
which they return but it would bo too much to ex- which they return, but it would be too much to ex- which they return but it would be too much to expect
pect that their satanes sliotil 1 bo continued during pect that their salaries should be continued during that their salaries should 1 be continued during
an eight months' absence Iho only" professional an eight months' absence. The only professional an eight months' absence the only" professional
cricketers ni the colonies ure a few mon employed on cricketers in the colonies are a few men employed on cricketers in the colonies are a few men employed on
tho Milhouroo and Sydney grounds, but they ore the Melbourne and Sydney grounds, but they are the Melbourne and Sydney grounds, but they are
not good enough to represent Australia " not good enough to represent Australia." not good enough to represent Australia "
AMATEURS AND PROFESSIONALS AMATEURS AND PROFESSIONALS. AMATEURS AND PROFESSIONALS
" H we aro professionals," continue^ Major "If we are professionals," continued Major " H we are professionals," continues Major
Wardill, " theil the English amateurs who vnut Aus- Wardill, "then the English amateurs who visit Aus- Wardill, then the English amateurs who visit Australia
tralia are mole so luke the last team, for instance tralia are more so. Take the last team, for instance. are more so take the last team, for instance
Their passages were paid, their hotel, tram, and all Their passages were paid, their hotel, train, and all Their passages were paid, their hotel, tram, and all
living expenses were dofrayed by the Melbourne living expenses were defrayed by the Melbourne living expenses were defrayed by the Melbourne
C.C,_u_ besides there «as a grout known se C.C., besides there was a grant known as C.C,_u_ besides there was a great known sell
1 pin money,' running into three figures per mau, to 'pin money,' running into three figures per man, to pin money,' running into three figures per man, to
cover othor expcr_e« lu the case of one well cover other expenses. In the case of one well- cover other expenses in the case of one well
known amateur tho cost of the outfit which he known amateur the cost of the outfit which he known amateur the cost of the outfit which he
bought bex_ru embarking for Australia was also bought before embarking for Australia was also bought before embarking for Australia was also
debited to the Melbourne C.C." debited to the Melbourne C.C." debited to the Melbourne C.C."
Referring to the reported discontent among the Referring to the reported discontent among the Referring to the reported discontent among the
returnoJ Eneksh professionals. Mafor Wardill said returned English professionals. Major Wardill said returned English professionals. Major Wardill said
each man expressed himself satisfied The arrange- each man expressed himself satisfied. The arrange- each man expressed himself satisfied The arrangement
ment was that they should bo paid £300 imd ex- ment was that they should be paid £300 and ex- was that they should be paid £300 and expenses
penses (including travelling, hotels, und wino). Hay penses (including travelling, hotels, and wine). Hay- (including travelling, hotels, and wine). Hay
w ard and Lilley, m view of their reputation, asked ward and Lilley, in view of their reputation, asked ward and Lilley, in view of their reputation, asked
for £400 each, and thev received it. In addition, for £400 each, and they received it. In addition, for £400 each, and they received it. In addition,
the professionals wore paid a bonus of £25 per man, the professionals were paid a bonus of £25 per man, the professionals were paid a bonus of £25 per man,
and a further sum of about £250 was distributed as and a further sum of about £250 was distributed as and a further sum of about £250 was distributed as
.' talent money." talent money." .' talent money."
" The question of umjnres will be discussed be- "The question of umpires will be discussed be- " The question of umpires will be discussed between
tween Mr. Lacey, Mi. Darling, and myself," Major tween Mr. Lacey, Mr. Darling, and myself," Major Mr. Lacey, Mr. Darling, and myself," Major
Wardill continued. " Wo thiuk it only right that Wardill continued. "We think it only right that Wardill continued. " We think it only right that
we should have a voice in the selection. Mr. Lacey we should have a voice in the selection. Mr. Lacey we should have a voice in the selection. Mr. Lacey
in a letter informed mo that he thought there would in a letter informed me that he thought there would in a letter informed me that he thought there would
bo no objection wero we to bring our owa umpire be no objection were we to bring our own umpire be no objection were we to bring our own umpire
o\er . but this wo did not choose to do for obyious over ; but this we did not choose to do for obvious over . but this we did not choose to do for obvious
reasons." reasons." reasons."
Identified overProof corrections SALARIES THINK WINE UMPIRES AT THEN HAYWARD GROUND ONTHE OTHER MACLARENS DEFRAYED UNATTRACTIVE SOME UNTRUE ACCRUE EXISTS OVER OBVIOUS OWN SEASON RETURNED ME MEMBERS SHOWED BEFORE VISIT MATCHES
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Article ID 14440746, Article, THE BREAK OF GAUGE CONTRIVANCE. ALBURY, Thursday., page 4 1902-05-09, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 100 words, 5 corrections

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I THE BREAK OF GAUGE -CONTRIVANCE. | THE BREAK-OF-GAUGE CONTRIVANCE. I THE BREAK OF GAUGE -CONTRIVANCE. ALBURY
ALBURY, Thursday. ALBURY, Thursday. Thursday.
Tho new contnvanco fir obviating tho nicoii The new contrivance for obviating the incon- The new contrivance for obviating the death
venicnco ctnuected with tho break of gauge has bcun venience connected with the break of gauge has been sentence connected with the break of gauge has been
completed, and subjected to a trial of tho lifting completed, and subjected to a trial of the lifting completed, and subjected to a trial of the lifting
cap ibilitics of tho accuuiulator Ev erj thing worked capaibilities of the accumulator. Everything worked capabilities of the accumulator Ev very thing worked
sut stationl}, and it only lemains for thommo of satisfactorily, and it only remains for the line of six stationary, and it only remains for thomas of
both gouges to bo laid in order prncticallv to test the both gauges to be laid in order practically to test the both gauges to be laid in order practically to test the
value of the îtivmtiûn ni overcoming tho difficulty value of the invention in overcoming the difficulty value of the activities of overcoming the difficulty
now caused by tho s} status J ho whole of tho now caused by the systems. The whole of the now caused by the ss status The whole of the
machinery has been orected by Mr Whittaker, foio machinery has been erected by Mr. Whittaker, fore- machinery has been erected by Mr Whittaker, foreman
man engineer for Hoskins Brother«, who control the man engineer for Hoskins Brothers, who control the engineer for Hoskins Brothers, who control the
patent _ patent. patent _
Identified overProof corrections BE GAUGES PRACTICALLY FOREMAN REMAINS BROTHERS CONNECTED ERECTED ACCUMULATOR
Identified overProof non-corrections SATISFACTORILY INCONVENIENCE EVERYTHING CAPAIBILITIES SYSTEMS LINE INVENTION
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Article ID 14443500, Article, THE SIMPLON TUNNEL., page 10 1902-02-19, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 118 words, 3 corrections

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THE SIMPLÓN TUNNEL. THE SIMPLON TUNNEL. THE SIMPLON TUNNEL.
Tho Pans correspondent of Uio London " Times " The Paris correspondent of the London "Times" The Paris correspondent of the London " Times "
wired to that journal on Januaiy J -"The wired to that journal on January 3 :—"The wired to that journal on January 3 -"The
Simplón tunnel is making satisfactory progress Simplon tunnel is making satisfactory progress. Simplon tunnel is making satisfactory progress
Halt of it or a loii__lh of six miles, has now 1 con Half of it, or a length of six miles, has now been Half of it or a length of six miles, has now 1 con
bored lhe Swiss section is rathol moro forward bored. The Swiss section is rather more forward bored the Swiss section is rather more forward
than the Italian Al horcas the Mont Cents was than the Italian. Whereas the Mont Cenis was than the Italian Al horses the Mont Cenis was
bored b) machinery und tho Colhard by dynamite, bored by machinery and the Gothard by dynamite, bored b) machinery and the Colhard by dynamite,
the Simplón is being bored b) coutmuous friction by the Simplon is being bored by continuous friction by the Simplon is being bored by continuous friction by
a íotatory luovomciit, which .under hvdriuhc pres a rotatory movoment, which under hydraulic pres- a rotatory movement, which under hydraulic pressure
buio is extraordinarily powerful lins system has sure is extraordinarily powerful. This system has is extraordinarily powerful lins system has
been devised by Herr Brand, Iho Hamburg engineer, been devised by Herr Brand, the Hamburg engineer, been devised by Herr Brand, The Hamburg engineer,
ono of tho two contractors lha tunnel is to bo one of the two contractors. The tunnel is to be one of the two contractors The tunnel is to be
completed by May, 1001, and thiro is no iear of any completed by May, 1904, and there is no fear of any completed by May, 1901, and there is no fear of any
dcliy" ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ delay." delay" ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Identified overProof corrections HALF BE ONE ROTATORY THERE CONTINUOUS DELAY PRESSURE HYDRAULIC FEAR LENGTH MORE RATHER CENIS SIMPLON JANUARY PARIS
Identified overProof non-corrections BEEN WHEREAS GOTHARD THIS MOVOMENT
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Article ID 14457370, Article, COUNTRY NEWS. CASUALTIES. EASTWOOD, Sunday., page 9 1902-06-30, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 184 words, 6 corrections

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COUNTRY NEWS, COUNTRY NEWS. COUNTRY NEWS,
CASUALTIES. CASUALTIES. CASUALTIES.
EASTWOOD, Sunday. EASTWOOD, Sunday. EASTWOOD, Sunday.
An accident occurred on the Ryde Bide of the An accident occurred on the Ryde side of the An accident occurred on the Ryde side of the
Eastwood railway station just after I p m. Eastwood railway station just after 1 p.m. Eastwood railway station just after I pm.
on Thursday It appears that a guard named Wal- on Thursday. It appears that a guard named Wal- on Thursday It appears that a guard named Walton,
ton, employed on tho midday goods train from Syd- ton, employed on the midday goods train from Syd- employed on the midday goods train from Sydney,
ney, was returning by the 12 42 passenger train ney, was returning by the 12.42 passenger train was returning by the 12 42 passenger train
from Hornsby, when by somo moans ho fell oil the from Hornsby, when by some means he fell off the from Hornsby, when by some means he fell off the
train near tho Eastwood station, receiving serious train near the Eastwood station, receiving serious train near the Eastwood station, receiving serious
injuries Ho was removod to the hospital injuries. He was removed to the hospital. injuries He was removed to the hospital
LISMORE, Saturday. LISMORE, Saturday. LISMORE, Saturday.
Lotcr disclosures show that the correct name of the Later disclosures show that the correct name of the Later disclosures show that the correct name of the
man who was recently found drowned in tho river man who was recently found drowned in the river man who was recently found drowned in the river
hore was Patrick Moran, not Morgan, as at first here was Patrick Moran, not Morgan, as at first here was Patrick Moran, not Morgan, as at first
supposed supposed. supposed
'1AMWORTH, Sunday TAMWORTH, Sunday. 'TAMWORTH, Sunday
On Friday afternoon a gul named Dons Pale On Friday afternoon a girl named Doris Pale- On Friday afternoon a girl named Doris Palethorpe,
thorpe, aged 7 jeais, accidentally set hor clothes on thorpe, aged 7 years, accidentally set her clothes on aged 7 years, accidentally set her clothes on
tire whilst striking some matches at the dwollingof fire whilst striking some matches at the dwelling of fire whilst striking some matches at the dwelling of
her father, Mr Arthur Palothorpe, farmer, of Spring her father, Mr. Arthur Palethorpe, farmer, of Spring her father, Mr Arthur Palethorpe, farmer, of Spring
Creek, 15 miles from Tnmvvorth Tho child was ex- Creek, 15 miles from Tamworth. The child was ex- Creek, 15 miles from Tamworth The child was extensively
tensively burnt, nnd yvna brought into Tamw orth tensively burnt, and was brought into Tamworth burnt, and was brought into Tamworth
Hospital, but died half nu horn nftci admittance Hospital, but died half an hour after admittance. Hospital, but died half an hour after admittance
The Coi Oner hold an inquiry at Tamw orth Court- The Coroner held an inquiry at Tamworth Court- The Corner hold an inquiry at Tamworth Court-
house yesterday afternoon, anil recorded a finding of house yesterday afternoon, and recorded a finding of house yesterday afternoon, and recorded a finding of
accidental death _ accidental death. accidental death _
Identified overProof corrections FIRE LATER TAMWORTH YEARS GIRL HE OFF DWELLING SIDE DORIS MEANS REMOVED AND HOUR HERE
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Article ID 14461626, Article, ELECTRIC VERSUS STEAM TEAMS. INTERVIEW WITH THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONER., page 10 1902-07-11, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 282 words, 6 corrections

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ELECTRIC VERSUS STEAM TEAMS. ELECTRIC VERSUS STEAM TRAMS. ELECTRIC VERSUS STEAM TEAMS.
INTERVIEW WITH THE RAILWAY COM- INTERVIEW WITH THE RAILWAY COM- INTERVIEW WITH THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONER.
MISSIONER. MISSIONER.
Speaking to-day with leforenco to the proposals of Speaking to-day with reference to the proposals of Speaking to-day with reference to the proposals of
theEii^inccr-iti-Cliief for a system of cbctrii tram the Engineer-in-Chief for a system of electric tram- theEii^inccr-iti-Cliief for a system of electric tram
nays in the streets and other places ««Inch at piesont ways in the streets and other places which at present ways in the streets and other places which at present
«vero not rr-rved by tram or trim, the Act were not served by tram or train, the Act- were not served by tram or trim the Act
ing Commissioner of Riulivjys stated " I ing Commissioner of Railways stated: "I ing Commissioner of Railways stated " I
do not think electrit traction has yet reached do not think electric traction has yet reached do not think electric traction has yet reached
the sta¿o at which it might ho applied the stage at which it might be applied the stage at which it might he applied
to tho suburban system piofitably beciuse to the suburban system profitably because to the suburban system profitably because
of tho great addition which «vould be made io our of the great addition which would be made to our of the great addition which would be made to our
alrcudy hcavv capital I bahovo electric tract on is already heavy capital. I believe electric traction is already heavy capital I believe electric tract on is
the best tor stieet traflie, and if «vo «vero the best for street traffic, and if we were the best tor street traffic, and if we were
just establishing our suburban system no doubt it just establishing our suburban system no doubt it just establishing our suburban system no doubt it
would be chosen, hut tho other proposal would be chosen, but the other proposal is would be chosen, but the other proposal is
another mnttoi The largest install i ti in of electric another matter. The largest installation of electric another matter The largest install i t in of electric
power in Australia is mSydi " "D< the Railway power in Australia is Sydney." "Do the the Railway power in Australia is m Syd es "D< the Railway
Commissioners there contemplate applying electricity Commissioners there contemplate applying electricity Commissioners there contemplate applying electricity
to tho conduct of their g-o««ing and important to the conduct of their growing and important to the conduct of their growing and important
Bilbul bun stein ' "1 believe they have no Mich in- suburban system?" "I believe they have no such in- Bilbul but so stein ' "I believe they have no such intention
tention With the largo cxpi nene» the« havo had tention. With the large experience they have had With the large cups when they have had
and the bur plant that ni ilready provided, the con- and the big plant that is already provided, the con- and the our plant that is already provided, the conversion
version of tho suhmb in system ought lo lie success- version of the suburban system ought to be success- of the suburb in system ought to be successful
ful theto f anywhere I know of no piuco ««here ful there if anywhere. I know of no place where there if anywhere I know of no place where
electricity has supplanted steam in a suburban electricity has supplanted steam in a suburban electricity has supplanted steam in a suburban
system ««ith le« els such as our" With system with levels such as ours. With system with less els such as our" With
ulcMitcd ol underground lines electric traction elevated or underground lines electric traction ulcMitcd of underground lines electric traction
is the proper thing, as ltcomotives render is the proper thing, as locomotives render is the proper thing, as locomotives render
the ventüatiou of tunnels difficult, and when they the ventilation of tunnels difficult, and when they the ventilation of tunnels difficult, and when they
travel ovoihead the cindei s which they 1er tall are travel overhead the cinders which they let fall are travel overhead the cinder s which they 1er tall are
extremely objectionable I quito npprovo of olectric extremely objectionable. I quite approve of electric extremely objectionable I quite approve of electric
street tramways as feeders to our existing lines I street tramways as feeders to our existing lines. I street tramways as feeders to our existing lines I
said long ago that a tramwnv running from Port said long ago that a tramway running from Port said long ago that a tramway running from Port
.Melbourne along Beaconsficld-parado to Brighton Melbourne along Beaconsfield-parade to Brighton Melbourne along Beaconsfield-parade to Brighton
would be most desirable " would be most desirable." would be most desirable "
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Article ID 14467017, Article, RAILWAY ACCIDENT., page 5 1902-07-28, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 197 words, 3 corrections

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. RAILWAY ACCIDENT. RAILWAY ACCIDENT.
A man named James Farnham, aged 2G, residing A man named James Farnham, aged 26, residing A man named James Farnham, aged 26, residing
with his motin r at Hamilton Park, and employed as with his mother at Hamilton Park, and employed as with his motion r at Hamilton Park, and employed as
a labourer on tho railway lino, was found about fl a labourer on the railway line, was found about 9 a labourer on the railway line, was found about 9
o'clock to night oloso to tho loop line near the loco- o'clock to-night close to the loop line near the loco- o'clock to night close to the loop line near the loco-
motivo sheds ut Hamilton His right foot and right motive sheds at Hamilton. His right foot and right motive sheds at Hamilton His right foot and right
arm bud been severed, his right thigh was fractured arm had been severed, his right thigh was fractured arm had been severed, his right thigh was fractured
in two places, and ho hut! also a nevero scalp wound in two places, and he had also a severe scalp wound. in two places, and he had also a severe scalp wound
It is assumed that ho vi aa rilli over by tho Bnsbauo It is assumed that he was run over by the Brisbane It is assumed that he was right over by the Brisbane
mail Iho unfortunate mau, who ivas quito con- mail. The unfortunate man, who was quite con- mail The unfortunate man, who was quite conscious
scious nus attended by Dr llorsliill, and uh sodn as scious, was attended by Dr. Horsfall, and as soon as was attended by Dr Horsfall, and as soon as
possible was brought by special train to Newcastle* possible was brought by special train to Newcastle, possible was brought by special train to Newcastle
where he was taken to tho hospital where he was taken to the hospital. where he was taken to the hospital
A tablo tonms tournament promoted by Mr. A table tennis tournament promoted by Mr. A table tennis tournament promoted by Mr.
Goorgo Campbell, which has buen pla} ed for som* George Campbell, which has been played for some George Campbell, which has been played for some
nights post in tho Lyceum Hall was won by Mr. nights past in the Lyceum Hall was won by Mr. nights post in the Lyceum Hall was won by Mr.
ltiuhards, of Maitland, who Anally defeated Mr. Richards, of Maitland, who finally defeated Mr. Richards, of Maitland, who finally defeated Mr.
Lusk, by fill to -10 Mr llichards also won the Lusk, by 50 to 46. Mr. Richards also won the Lusk, by fill to -10 Mr Richards also won the
northern district championship northern district championship. northern district championship
Iho inadequate tram si tvico between Newcastle The inadequate train service between Newcastle The inadequate tram si twice between Newcastle
and Hamilton causon much inconvenience, especially and Hamilton causes much inconvenience, especially and Hamilton causes much inconvenience, especially
on haturdays, when lim cars are dangerously on Saturdays, when the cars are dangerously on Saturdays, when the cars are dangerously
crowded It is hoped tho service will bo improved crowded. It is hoped the service will be improved crowded It is hoped the service will be improved
when tho duplication is opoucd to Broadwater. when the duplication is opened to Broadwater. when the duplication is opened to Broadwater.
Identified overProof corrections PLAYED HORSFALL CLOSE SATURDAYS BE HAD FINALLY GEORGE SOME TABLE SOON CAUSES OPENED QUITE RICHARDS TENNIS LOCOMOTIVE BRISBANE SEVERE
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Article ID 14490542, Article, UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING SOCIETY., page 3 1902-12-22, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 315 words, 5 corrections

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UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING
SOCIETY. SOCIETY. SOCIETY.
A meeting of the Sjduoy University Eugineenng A meeting of the Sydney University Engineering A meeting of the Sydney University Engineering
Society was held on Friday night Mr J J C Society was held on Friday night. Mr. J. J. C. Society was held on Friday night Mr J J C
Bradfield, M E , occupied the chair and thcro was a Bradfield, M.E., occupied the chair and there was a Bradfield, M E , occupied the chair and there was a
large attendance of members and their friends large attendance of members and their friends. large attendance of members and their friends.
Tho principal business of the evening ms a lecturo The principal business of the evening was a lecture The principal business of the evening as a lecture
on the central radway station, delivered by Mr H on the central railway station, delivered by Mr. H. on the central railway station, delivered by Mr H
Deane, M Inst C. E , Engmcci-in Chief for Bail Deane, M. Inst. C. E., Engineer-in-Chief for Rail- Deane, M Inst C. E , Engineer-in-Chief for Rail
wais The lecturer first gave n brief sketch of the ways. The lecturer first gave a brief sketch of the ways The lecturer first gave a brief sketch of the
initiation of our rudway oenice, and of the steps initiation of our railway service, and of the steps initiation of our railway service, and of the steps
taken which led to li cd fern being selected as the taken which led to Redfern being selected as the taken which led to li cd fern being selected as the
terminal site Mr Deane pointed out that tile desir- terminal site. Mr. Deane pointed out that the desir- terminal site Mr Deane pointed out that the desirability
ability of extending the railway further into the city ability of extending the railway further into the city of extending the railway further into the city
was soon apparent, and a proposal was made in lt>57 was soon apparent, and a proposal was made in 1857 was soon apparent, and a proposal was made in 1937
to take the north-west corner of II| do Pork for tile to take the north-west corner of Hyde Park for the to take the north-west corner of III do Pork for the
terminus, the cost of the line being estimated terminus, the cost of the line being estimated terminus, the cost of the line being estimated
at £47,000 iho lecturer proceeded to at £47,000. The lecturer proceeded to at £47,000 the lecturer proceeded to
deal with the various proposals put forward deal with the various proposals put forward deal with the various proposals put forward
from time to time, none of which, he said, from time to time, none of which, he said, from time to time, none of which, he said,
was found to meet rejuuements, some on was found to meet requirements, some on was found to meet requirements, some on
account of cost, and others through not being con- account of cost, and others through not being con- account of cost, and others through not being conveniently
veniently workable In 1 eOB the Public Works Com- veniently workable. In 1896 the Public Works Com- workable In 1 eOB the Public Works Committee
mittee recommended an extension to bt James-road, mittee recommended an extension to St. James-road, recommended an extension to St James-road,
but in consequence of the opposition of tho Premier but in consequence of the opposition of the Premier but in consequence of the opposition of the Premier
(Mr. G- H Reid) it was not proceeded with (Mr. G. H. Reid) it was not proceeded with. (Mr. G- H Reid) it was not proceeded with
the present Government also showed itself opposed The present Government also showed itself opposed the present Government also showed itself opposed
to that scheme, and the Benevolent Asylum site was to that scheme, and the Benevolent Asylum site was to that scheme, and the Benevolent Asylum site was
recommended for adoption This lu3t proposal v, as recommended for adoption. This last proposal was recommended for adoption This last proposal was
submitted to the Legislature bv means ot a bill which submitted to the Legislature by means of a bill which submitted to the Legislature by means of a bill which
n aspassedand becameluw on December 11,1900, so that was passed and became law on December 11, 1900, so that n aspassedand Decameron on December 11,1900, so that
the question of the site for the central station was at the question of the site for the central station was at the question of the site for the central station was at
last settled Mr Deane proceeded to deal nt length last settled. Mr. Deane proceeded to deal at length last settled Mr Deane proceeded to deal at length
with the design and construction oi the station and with the design and construction of the station and with the design and construction of the station and
the means which should be adopted for the purpose the means which should be adopted for the purpose the means which should be adopted for the purpose
of coping with the traill" At thB conclusion of his of coping with the traffic. At the conclusion of his of coping with the train" At the conclusion of his
lectuio Mr Deane was accorded a vote of thank! lecture Mr. Deane was accorded a vote of thanks. lecture Mr Deane was accorded a vote of thank!
Identified overProof corrections ST THERE RAILWAYS SYDNEY LECTURE REQUIREMENTS /ENGINEER/IN/CHIEF|ENGINEERINCHIEF SERVICE
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Article ID 14501303, Article, GREATER SYDNEY. RAILWAY LEVEL CROSSING AT PYMBLE., page 9 1902-10-18, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 261 words, 4 corrections

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1 GREATER SYDNEY. GREATER SYDNEY. 1 GREATER SYDNEY.
RAILWAY LEVEL CROSSING AT PYMBLE. I RAILWAY LEVEL CROSSING AT PYMBLE. RAILWAY LEVEL CROSSING AT PYMBLE. For
For some timo past tho Pvmble Progress Associa- For some time past the Pymble Progress Associa- some time past the Pymble Progress Association
tion has been urgmg tho Railway Commissioners to tion has been urging the Railway Commissioners to has been urging the Railway Commissioners to
do something to minimisa tho risk to passougers in do something to minimise the risk to passengers in do something to minimise the risk to passengers in
approaching and leav nig the «tntion As far back approaching and leaving the station. As far back approaching and leaving the station As far back
ns February last it was inhmnted that the matter hnd as February last it was intimated that the matter had as February last it was intimated that the matter had
received the consideration tit tho Commissioners, who received the consideration of the Commissioners, who received the consideration of the Commissioners, who
had decided to look personally into it when rnuklug had decided to look personally into it when making had decided to look personally into it when making
their next tour of inspection of the Noith Sboro line their next tour of inspection of the North Shore line. their next tour of inspection of the North Shore line
As nothing f urthor was heard of tho matter another As nothing further was heard of the matter another As nothing further was heard of the matter another
letter was on Octobor 8 addiessed to the Com- letter was on October 8 addressed to the Com- letter was on October 8 addressed to the Commissioners
missioners se king information, and on the 11th in- missioners seeking information, and on the 11th in- seeking information, and on the 11th in-
stant a reply was received stating that tho matter stant a reply was received stating that the matter stant a reply was received stating that the matter
had beon tuither considered, and tho Corammionen had been further considered, and the Commissioners, had been further considered, and the Corammionen
though making "no promise in tho matter, proposed though making no promise in the matter, proposed though making no promise in the matter, proposed
to further consider the question when the hue to further consider the question when the line to further consider the question when the line
was duplicated, which latter work was not *,ot con- was duplicated, which latter work was not yet con- was duplicated, which latter work was not got considered
sidered necessar} It ivas also mentioned that tho sidered necessary. It was also mentioned that the necessary It was also mentioned that the
Commissioners might again consider tho matter when Commissioners might again consider the matter when Commissioners might again consider the matter when
makiug their uoxt inspection making their next inspection. making their next inspection
Iho conespoiidcnco was bud before the progress The correspondence was laid before the progress The correspondence was laid before the progress
association at its last meeting on Tuesday, and it association at its last meeting on Tuesday, and it association at its last meeting on Tuesday, and it
was resolved that -" Iho secrctaiy bo again re- was resolved that— "The secretary be again re- was resolved that -" The secretary be again requested
quested to draw tho attention of tho Railway Com- quested to draw the attention of the Railway Com- to draw the attention of the Railway Commissioners
missioners to the dangerous naturo of this crossing, missioners to the dangerous nature of this crossing, to the dangerous nature of this crossing,
to urgo the erection of an ovorncail bridge, and to to urge the erection of an overhead bridge, and to to urge the erection of an overhead bridge, and to
suggest that the trnm slacken speed when coming suggest that the train slacken speed when coming suggest that the tram slacken speed when coming
into tho station from Turramurra, us with a into the station from Turramurra, as with a into the station from Turramurra, us with a
southuil" wind blowing it is impossible to hoar the southerly wind blowing it is impossible to hear the south" wind blowing it is impossible to hear the
tiiuu appro u lung " It wus also resolved to ask foi train approaching." It was also resolved to ask for train appre- u long It was also resolved to ask for
the appointment of a gatekeeper the appointment of a gatekeeper. the appointment of a gatekeeper
Identified overProof corrections SEEKING URGE PASSENGERS LEAVING BE MINIMISE NECESSARY NATURE OVERHEAD NORTH OCTOBER TIME SHORE TRAIN ADDRESSED INTIMATED LAID URGING CORRESPONDENCE SECRETARY HEAR
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Article ID 14507193, Article, THE RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT LINDFIELD. FURTHER PARTICULARS. OFFICIAL INQUIRY., page 7 1902-10-29, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 947 words, 10 corrections

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THE RAILWAY ACCIDENT THE RAILWAY ACCIDENT THE RAILWAY ACCIDENT
* AT LINDFIELD. AT LINDFIELD. AT LINDFIELD.
further particulars. Further particulars. further particulars.
orficialTjíquiry. Official Inquiry. orficialTjíquiry.
Tho accident to tho railway train on The accident to the railway train on The accident to the railway train on
Monday, night at Lindfield, on tho Mil Monday night at Lindfield, on the Mil- Monday, night at Lindfield, on the Milson's
son's TTbint-IIornsby line, proves to bo son's Point-Hornsby line, proves to be Point-Hornsby line, proves to be
lc6s serious than was at first reported. less serious than was at first reported. less serious than was at first reported.
Further inquiry shows that the train Further inquiry shows that the train Further inquiry shows that the train
which left Milson's Point at 9.40 p.m. which left Milson's Point at 9.40 p.m. which left Milson's Point at 9.40 p.m.
for Hornsby reached Lindfield in salety, for Hornsby reached Lindfield in safety, for Hornsby reached Lindfield in safety,
and was berthed on the left hand side of and was berthed on the left hand side of and was berthed on the left hand side of
tno island platform, as is usual with all the island platform, as is usual with all the island platform, as is usual with all
trains pending tho arrival of tho train trains pending the arrival of the train trains pending the arrival of the train
from Hornsby, which at Lindfield com- from Hornsby, which at Lindfield com- from Hornsby, which at Lindfield com-
pletes its journey on the single line and pletes its journey on the single line and pletes its journey on the single line and
enters the duplication. Tho. passengers enters the duplication. The passengers enters the duplication. The. passengers
on tho outgoing train, being awaro of the on the outgoing train, being aware of the on the outgoing train, being aware of the
irregularity of tho arrival of tho Hornsby irregularity of the arrival of the Hornsby irregularity of the arrival of the Hornsby
train owing to its having to connect with train owing to its having to connect with train owing to its having to connect with
the " northern train at Hornsby, settled the northern train at Hornsby, settled the " northern train at Hornsby, settled
down to a quiet read or chat. Shortly down to a quiet read or chat. Shortly down to a quiet read or chat. Shortly
before tho accident occurred tho inward before the accident occurred the inward before the accident occurred the inward
train was heard approaching at a good train was heard approaching at a good train was heard approaching at a good
1 pace on tho downward grado towards pace on the downward grade towards 1 pace on the downward grade towards
Lindfield. Considerable alarm was felt Lindfield. Considerable alarm was felt Lindfield. Considerable alarm was felt
when it was realised that it was entering when it was realised that it was entering when it was realised that it was entering
the station on tho same lino as tho sta- the station on the same line as the sta- the station on the same line as the stationary
tionary train. Tho result was a col- tionary train. The result was a col- train. The result was a collision
lision of some forco, tho impact, how lision of some force, the impact, how- of some force, The impact, however,
ever, being minimised by the promptitude ever, being minimised by the promptitude being minimised by the promptitude
with which the driver of the incoming with which the driver of the incoming with which the driver of the incoming
train applied his brakes as soon us ho train applied his brakes as soon as he train applied his brakes as soon as he
was awaro that he was on the wrong was aware that he was on the wrong was aware that he was on the wrong
track. Happily thero was no very serious track. Happily there was no very serious track. Happily there was no very serious
result olther to passengers, officials, roll- result either to passengers, officials, roll- result either to passengers, officials, roll-
stock or permanent way. There ing stock or permanent way. There stock or permanent way. There
wero not many passengers on tho outward were not many passengers on the outward were not many passengers on the outward
train, and fewer still aboard tho train train, and fewer still aboard the train train, and fewer still aboard the train
from tho north, from the north. from the north,
i Thoro was much speculation as to how There was much speculation as to how There was much speculation as to how
i the accident had occurred, because it was the accident had occurred, because it was the accident had occurred, because it was
well known that tho interlocking system well known that the interlocking system well known that the interlocking system
was in operation, which means that if was in operation, which means that if was in operation, which means that if
tho signal is down tho road is clear, but the signal is down the road is clear, but the signal is down the road is clear, but
if tho signal is against,a train it is not if the signal is against a train it is not if the signal is against train it is not
so—the signals and points acting in so—the signals and points acting in soothe signals and points acting in
conjunction. It was apparent, however, that conjunction. It was apparent, however, that conjunction. It was apparent, however, that
either tho signal had boon disregarded or either the signal had been disregarded or either the signal had been disregarded or
that tho points had been Interfered with that the points had been interfered with that the points had been interfered with
boforo tho train had passed over them. before the train had passed over them. before the train had passed over them.
Tim distanco from the points at the end The distance from the points at the end The distance from the points at the end
of tho loop to where tho outgoing train of the loop to where the outgoing train of the loop to where the outgoing train
stood ivas too short to allow much to bo stood was too short to allow much to be stood was too short to allow much to be
dono to avoid tho collision once tho done to avoid the collision once the done to avoid the collision once the
error was detected, and it is marvellous error was detected, and it is marvellous error was detected, and it is marvellous
that; so slight an impact resulted seeing that so slight an impact resulted seeing that; so slight an impact resulted seeing
tho short distanco intcrveningt between the short distance intervening between the short distance intervening, between
tho two .trains. As soon as ho was the two trains. As soon as he was the two trains. As soon as he was
aware of tho error in the points the aware of the error in the points the aware of the error in the points the
driver of tho incoming train applied his driver of the incoming train applied his driver of the incoming train applied his
brakes, and by great presence of mind brakes, and by great presence of mind brakes, and by great presence of mind
helped to considerably lessen tho forco of helped to considerably lessen the force of helped to considerably lessen the force of
tho collision. the collision. the collision.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT.- . OFFICIAL STATEMENT. OFFICIAL STATEMENT.- .
By tho officials tho accident was con- , By the officials the accident was con- By the officials the accident was con- ,
sidered a minor affair, and the statement sidered a minor affair, and the statement sidered a minor affair, and the statement
that tho engines wero rendored ontiroly that the engines were rendered entirely that the engines were rendered entirely
useless by the Impact is officially denied. useless by the impact is officially denied. useless by the Impact is officially denied.
Tho buffers of both engines suffered, as The buffers of both engines suffered, as The buffers of both engines suffered, as
could well be understood, but both loco- could well be understood, but both loco- could well be understood, but both locomotives
motives were able yesterday morning to motives were able yesterday morning to were able yesterday morning to
steam to Strathfield. It is also denied j steam to Strathfield. It is also denied steam to Strathfield. It is also denied that
that tho carriages wero damaged to ony that the carriages were damaged to any the carriages were damaged to any
great extent. With tho exception of tho great extent. With the exception of the great extent. With the exception of the
slight injuries sustained by tho "roman, slight injuries sustained by the fireman, slight injuries sustained by the "Roman,
nono of tho passengers had boon soriously i none of the passengers had been seriously none of the passengers had been seriously i
injured. It is estimated that £160 will 1 injured. It is estimated that £160 will injured. It is estimated that £160 will 1
cover nearly tho whole of the damage cover nearly the whole of the damage cover nearly tho whole of the damage
caused by tho collision. Thoro was not caused by the collision. There was not caused by the collision. There was not
much delay in tho traffic, and passengers i much delay in the traffic, and passengers much delay in the traffic, and passengers i
by each train wero onabled to reach their ; by each train were enabled to reach their by each train were enabled to reach their
destinations by special trains. destinations by special trains. destinations by special trains.
ACCOUNT BY A PASSENGER.' < ACCOUNT BY A PASSENGER. ACCOUNT BY A PASSENGER.' The
Tho Rov. J. Marshall, Presbyterian ! The Rev. J. Marshall, Presbyterian Rev. J. Marshall, Presbyterian
minister for tho Pymble division, was a minister for the Pymble division, was a minister for the Pymble division, was a
passenger on tho stationary train, and I passenger on the stationary train, and passenger on the stationary train, and I
had a somewhat unpleasant experience. ¡ had a somewhat unpleasant experience. had a somewhat unpleasant experience. ¡
Ho had only boarded tho train at Lind- He had only boarded the train at Lind- He had only boarded the train at Lindfield,
field, and was standing on tho platform field, and was standing on the platform and was standing on the platform
of tho third car from tho engino in con- , of the third car from the engine in con- of the third car from the engine in con- ,
versation with a Roseville resident. Mr. versation with a Roseville resident. Mr. versation with a Roseville resident. Mr.
Marshall was leaning against tho iron Marshall was leaning against the iron Marshall was leaning against the iron
rail, his head being close to tho upright . rail, his head being close to the upright rail, his head being close to the upright .
supporting tho top of the carriage, wait- ' supporting the top of the carriage, wait- supporting the top of the carriage, wait- for
for the train to start. He says : "I ing for the train to start. He says: "I the train to start. He says : "I
hoard the train coming along, but cer- heard the train coming along, but cer- heard the train coming along, but certainly
tainly did not anticipate any trouble. tainly did not anticipate any trouble. did not anticipate any trouble.
Without warning of any kind I felt the Without warning of any kind I felt the Without warning of any kind I felt the
shock of the impact, and received slight shock of the impact, and received slight shock of the impact, and received slight
injuries to my head and side by coming injuries to my head and side by coming injuries to my head and side by coming
in contact with the} iron bars. As a re- , in contact with the iron bars. As a re- in contact with the iron bars. As a re- ,
sult I felt sick and somewhat dazed, and sult I felt sick and somewhat dazed, and sult I felt sick and somewhat dazed, and
noticing a movement In the train upon noticing a movement in the train upon noticing a movement in the train upon
which I was standing, I Jumped off on to which I was standing, I jumped off on to which I was standing, I jumped off on to
tho platform." Continuing, ho said, i the platform." Continuing, he said, the platform." Continuing, he said, i
"My example was followed by many "My example was followed by many "My example was followed by many
others, and although some confusion others, and although some confusion others, and although some confusion
arose nothing like a panic was noticed arose nothing like a panic was noticed arose nothing like a panic was noticed
amongst the passengers. It seemed as if amongst the passengers. It seemed as if amongst the passengers. It seemed as if
all were seized with the same desire— to all were seized with the same desire—to all were seized with the same desires to
let their friends know that— they were all let their friends know that they were all let their friends know that they were all
right— and quite a rush was made for the right—and quite a rush was made for the right and quite a rush was made for the
telephone bureau, but as only thoso with . telephone bureau, but as only those with telephone bureau, but as only those with the
the necessary threepenny piece woro able j the necessary threepenny piece were able necessary threepenny piece were able to
to take advantago of thab moans of com- < to take advantage of that means of com- take advantage of that means of com- <
munlcation a greater number were disap- i munication, a greater number were disap- munication a greater number were disappointed.
pointed. While arrangements woro in r pointed. While arrangements were in While arrangements were in r
progress with the officiai in charge, of tho i progress with the official in charge of the progress with the official in charge, of the
switch to accept tho money on behalf of 3 switch to accept the money on behalf of switch to accept the money on behalf of the
the department, it waa announced that c the department, it was announced that department, it was announced that c
special trains were in readiness to convey special trains were in readiness to convey special trains were in readiness to convey
passengers to their destinations, and thus passengers to their destinations, and thus passengers to their destinations, and thus
all further anxiety was avoided. The do all further anxiety was avoided. The de- all further anxiety was avoided. The delay
lay was of but three-quarters of an hour lay was of but three-quarters of an hour was of but three-quarters of an hour
duration, and did not occasion much in- ], duration, and did not occasion much in- duration, and did not occasion much in- l,
convenience." Concluding, Mr. Marshall convenience." Concluding, Mr. Marshall convenience." Concluding, Mr. Marshall
said : " Thero seemed to bo a general v said: "There seemed to be a general said " There seemed to be a general v
feeling that no complaint of neglect on n feeling that no complaint of neglect on feeling that no complaint of neglect on the
the part of any of tho officials could bo the part of any of the officials could be part of any of the officials could be
sustained, and all that could bo done was | sustained, and all that could be done was sustained, and all that could be done was a
effected to minimise any inconvenienco. i effected to minimise any inconvenience. effected to minimise any inconvenience. There
There was a willingness on the part of There was a willingness on the part of was a willingness on the part of
passengors to take uncomplainingly the passengers to take uncomplainingly the passengers to take uncomplainingly the
accommodation offered them for reaching accommodation offered them for reaching accommodation offered them for reaching
their homes." their homes." their homes."
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Article ID 14515357, Article, THE COMMISSIONER FOR RAILWAYS., page 5 1902-11-04, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 63 words, 4 corrections

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THE COMMISSIONER FOB KAH.WAYS. I THE COMMISSIONER FOR RAILWAYS. THE COMMISSIONER FOR RAILWAYS. At
At a meeting of tho Stn to Executive Conned to-day At a meeting of the State Executive Council to-day a meeting of the State Executive Council to-day
Mr Fitzpatrick svas appointed Aotmg Commissioner Mr. Fitzpatrick was appointed Acting Commissioner Mr Fitzpatrick was appointed Acting Commissioner
for Railways for u further period of threo months for Railways for a further period of three months. for Railways for a further period of three months
In tho meantime the Government svdl make tu - In the meantime the Government will make in- In the meantime the Government will make an -
quines in Ençlaud, America, mid Canada with a quiries in England, America, and Canada with a quiries in England, America, and Canada with a
viosv of securing a first-class railn ay manager to Uke view of securing a first-class railway manager to take view of securing a first-class railway manager to take
the control of the railssaj system the control of the railway system. the control of the railway system
Identified overProof corrections VIEW ENGLAND TAKE WAS STATE ACTING RAILWAY COUNCIL AND THREE WILL
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Article ID 14517775, Article, SYDNEY PRINTERS' OVERSEERS' ASSOCIATION., page 8 1902-09-09, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 165 words, 8 corrections

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SYDNEY PRINTERS' OVER- I SYDNEY PRINTERS' OVER- SYDNEY PRINTERS' OVER- I
SEERi' ASSOCIATION. SEERS' ASSOCIATION. SEER' ASSOCIATION.
The members ot the ibove association Held The members of the above association held The members of the above association held
their monthly meeting nt tho Snorts Club Inst their monthly meeting at the Sports' Club last their monthly meeting at the Sports Club last
vyee! Mr W F Langley (nrcsldent) bolne lu week. Mr. W. F. Langley (president) being in week! Mr W F Langley (president) being in
Iho ohair A replv was received from thi Undor the chair. A reply was received from the Under- the chair A reply was received from the Under
Secretary lor Piibllo Instruction In roforniico to Secretary for Public Instruction in reference to Secretary for Public Instruction In reference to
tho formation o a printerc technical olnsn Psvo the formation of a printers' technical class. Two the formation of a printers' technical class Psvo
Iinpcrs weru read tho first hv Mr O Tltchoner papers were read, the first by Mr. O. Titchener, Papers were read the first by Mr O Titchener
on TJIO Intii (luclng the l'oint System F on "Type, Introducing the Point System." He on TJIO India (during the Point System F
advocated tho standard agreed upon by the advocated the standard agreed upon by the advocated the standard agreed upon by the
Amrrican lyne* un lcrs Association nt the NIu American Typefounders' Association at the Nia- American lines in less Association at the NIu
gara meeting In 1880 vi- 11 ¿8 ticas to th gara meeting in 1886, viz.,