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3 NeilHamilton 3,135,833
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ELTHAM. (Article), Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record (Vic. : 1902 - 1917), Friday 11 June 1915 [Issue No.2,178] page 3 2017-09-17 19:10 S?he Rev. Wm. GreetS, who has been
1: charge of St. Margaret's Anglican
z rch here for some eleven years,
S-resigned to take charge of the
rch of England " Messenger". and
r work- in 'conntetion with the
ss about Melbourne. He 'is to
"sti?hcceeded in Eltham by the Rev,
The Rev. Wm. Green, who has been
in charge of St. Margaret's Anglican
church here for some eleven years,
resigned to take charge of the
Church of England " Messenger". and
r work in connection with the
ss about Melbourne. He is to
be succeeded in Eltham by the Rev,
ELTHAM. MARCH 3RD. (Article), Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record (Vic. : 1902 - 1917), Friday 6 March 1914 [Issue No.2,113] page 2 2017-09-17 19:05 good wishes expressed. Thegathering.
Synu."
good wishes expressed. The gathering
Syne."
ELTHAM. MARCH 3RD. (Article), Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record (Vic. : 1902 - 1917), Friday 6 March 1914 [Issue No.2,113] page 2 2017-09-17 18:50 ELTHlAM.
S(FROM OUR CORIIrSPOwNDNT;)
. MARCH,'3RD,.
SA`verypleiirint social gathering sas'
gramme of music, varied by':a 'very
refreshments were served, \M r, Gilsenan,
on behalf of the Glee Club' and the
ELTHAM.
(FROM OUR CORRESPONDNT;)
MARCH 3RD.
A very pleasant social gathering was
gramme of music, varied by a very
on behalf of the Glee Club and the
ELTHAM. (Article), Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record (Vic. : 1902 - 1917), Friday 11 December 1914 [Issue No.2,153] page 2 2017-09-17 18:46 The Rev \VWp. Green, Mrs.; Green,r
"md Mliks Mills; who have been on a.
to Me'lbourne b'y the "'Moren" on
Monday and out to Eltlham the same
day. As the rev. gentleman- only left
England a few weeks sincg and -the
continent just before war' broke out, he.
ought to 'lhave some resiiniscences
worthlistening to; His rthriun is wel
come both to his churich, and the
community generally, the more.so he
being the only'resident clergyman in
the neighbourhood.. -
The Rev. Wm Green, Mrs. Green,
and Miss Mills; who have been on a
to Melbourne by the "'Morea" on
Monday and out to Eltham the same
day. As the rev. gentleman only left
England a few weeks since and the
continent just before war broke out, he
ought to have some reminiscences
worth listening to; His return is wel
come both to his church, and the
community generally, the more so he
being the only resident clergyman in
the neighbourhood.
SMART'S HOME AT ELTHAM. HIS WIFE AND SONS. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 17 December 1910 [Issue No.17,397] page 13 2017-09-01 21:22 smart's home at eltham.
HIS WIFE AND 8ONS.
111 a Jittle bush cottage surrounded by
green grazing paddocks, lives Airs. Smart,
tralia on. suspicion- of having committed a
out of the picturesque village of Elthnm,
she was born, . and . has ' lived her whole
life — about 50 years.- Smart himself lived
lie cleared out to . Western Australia, to
want hiin to go away," said Airs. Smart,
"because I bad heard of so. many men who
who died unknown and uncared for.. But
was set on it I placed no obstacles in h;s
way. Aly parents built and lived in this
cottage, where 1 was born, und they died
in it. When I grew up I met .my husband,
sober, industrious man nnd hnd constant
in an Australian hush home, I think. Aly
self, nnd one (indicating 11 young man by
ber side) has always stuck to his mother.
his father was a good, bome-loving man
in our younger days. He was fond of bis
"It is fifteen years since my -husband
ing for the AletropoTitan Board of Works,
Yarra nea.r Quocn's-bridge when it col
ine money regularly and wrote constantly.
wns nearing completion. I induced him to
stay -till the railway opened, and he re
get bint to leave the West and settle down
in -Iris home, but he would not; he seemed
not to go away, and he said he would sec.
intervals, and then -his letters ceased and I
I have not known -whether he was alive or
times, though they did .riot live with him;
they used .to tell me in their letters that he
ums u-r»)l , .If. u-na ft lini'f! hlntv -fn ho for-
became more 'reconciled, and now I seem
to look bnek at my life with him as some
thing that happened a long time ago nnd is
only a memory. Oi his life and doings in
last -time I heard of him he was working in
all tha,t time -he sent me money. When ho
returned -the first time he took our eldest
son with .him, and the other boy followed
later. The.v did not stay with him, how
ever, and as far as I -know they did -not
'Airs. "Smart is a quiet, toil -worn woman
SMART'S HOME AT ELTHAM.
HIS WIFE AND SONS.
in a little bush cottage surrounded by
green grazing paddocks, lives Mrs. Smart,
tralia on suspicion of having committed a
out of the picturesque village of Eltham,
she was born, and has lived her whole
life — about 50 years. Smart himself lived
he cleared out to Western Australia, to
want him to go away," said Mrs. Smart,
"because I had heard of so many men who
who died unknown and uncared for. But
was set on it I placed no obstacles in his
way. My parents built and lived in this
cottage, where I was born, and they died
in it. When I grew up I met my husband,
sober, industrious man and had constant
in an Australian bush home, I think. My
self, and one (indicating a young man by
her side) has always stuck to his mother.
his father was a good, home-loving man
in our younger days. He was fond of his
"It is fifteen years since my husband
ing for the Metropolitan Board of Works,
Yarra near Queen's-bridge when it col-
me money regularly and wrote constantly.
was nearing completion. I induced him to
stay till the railway opened, and he re-
get him to leave the West and settle down
in his home, but he would not; he seemed
not to go away, and he said he would see.
intervals, and then his letters ceased and I
I have not known whether he was alive or
times, though they did not live with him;
they used to tell me in their letters that he
was well. It was a hard blow to be for-
became more reconciled, and now I seem
to look back at my life with him as some
thing that happened a long time ago and is
only a memory. Of his life and doings in
last time I heard of him he was working in
all that time he sent me money. When he
returned the first time he took our eldest
son with him, and the other boy followed
later. They did not stay with him, how
ever, and as far as I know they did not
'Mrs. Smart is a quiet, toil worn woman
NEWS OF THE DAY. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 3 May 1888 [Issue No.10,357] page 4 2017-08-31 20:32 A grand jury was granted by tho Full Court
yosterday for the trial of Daniel O'Leary, pro
prietor of the Donah! Express, ou a charge of
criminal libel, ul the next sittings of the
Supreme Court in St. Arnand, on tbe 13th
Juue. An article appeared in . the accused's
joitrsil, cn the 11th October, ranking imputa
tions against the morality of a farmer at Laco
named Thomas Ryan, wiio was said to have
graph stated that ail attempt had beon mads
to tar end feather Rynu, and that tho police
of Potty Sessions, and tho magistrates
committed hito,- but tho Crown declined
wns read from tho Crown Solicitor to the effect
affecting public interests, tho department did
not feel called upon to net Tbo mutter must
bo left for a private prosecution. The court
mude by Mr. Barrett. A grand jury was1 pre-1
O'Leary on another 'charge of -libel. In ' that
caso tho magistrates had refused to commit, and
tho jury eventually found there was not a true
A grand jury was granted by the Full Court
yesterday for the trial of Daniel O'Leary, pro
prietor of the Daniel Express, on a charge of
criminal libel, al the next sittings of the
Supreme Court in St. Arnaud, on the 13th
Juue. An article appeared in the accused's
journal, cn the 11th October, ranking imputa
tions against the morality of a farmer at Laeno
named Thomas Ryan, who was said to have
graph stated that an attempt had been made
to tar and feather Ryan, and that the police
of Petty Sessions, and the magistrates
committed him,- but the Crown declined
was read from the Crown Solicitor to the effect
affecting public interests, the department did
not feel called upon to act The matter must
be left for a private prosecution. The court
made by Mr. Barrett. A grand jury was pre-
O'Leary on another charge of -libel. In that
case the magistrates had refused to commit, and
the jury eventually found there was not a true
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 3 May 1888 [Issue No.12,854] page 3 2017-08-31 20:17 Tho Full Court to-day granted an i
of Daniel O'Lcary, proprietor of the
Tlios. Ryan, farmer,of Laen, near Donald.
Tho court fixed tho date of tho trial,
which will take place at St. Arnaud, as I
The Full Court to-day granted an
of Daniel O'Leary, proprietor of the
Thos. Ryan, farmer,of Laen, near Donald.
Tho court fixed the date of the trial,
which will take place at St. Arnaud, as
Fire at Corack. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE FIRE-BEATERS GOOD WORK[?] (Article), Donald Times (Vic. : 1915 - 1918), Friday 11 January 1918 [Issue No.4974] page 2 2017-08-31 19:50 Eire at -..Conick. p|j
CONSIDERABIvH DAMAGE. ■ yv
FIRE-BEATERS GOOD WORKjSlj
Oil Monday afternoon, at
3 o'clock, a telephone messages
received in Douald that a husbfisj
From a communication
has sin je come to "hand, the
I/evre's property, and quick!®
gained sizej travelling north towa
Mr. I,e lyievere's homestead, whiff
foitimately the beaters, after cos?
sider.able fighting managed tosatfe
The outbreak" then swept throiOj"'
Ryan's burning 4 large hay tau
and <1000 split posts which
stacked, then proceeding tonari,
Molloy's, whose fine crop ot nh
seemed a certainty for the fire c ^
moil, but the desperate energ) ft
the fire figh'ters again preva
and eventually beating the flm J;
to the water chaunel, betn*'
Molloy's and Ryan's, gain a
earned victory., " 1
Fortunatly no crops were destroy»|
but 400 acres of grays was burjitf
Willing workers from BirdM
-Wycheproof and. surrounding .®|
tricts were soon all hard at wort |
and through their voluntary enet?j'|
not only reudered personal
perhaps saved a national calamity
. .The outbreak was supposed Wj
have beeu caused by three men to*|
buggy, who it is surmised, lit a ore|
to cook their dinner, from aPPea/*I
ances they attempted to stop t »|
spread; but being uuable to getcoU' |
tiol, hurriedly left tor a cool J® J
Fire at Corack
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE.
FIRE-BEATERS GOOD WORKERS
On Monday afternoon, at
3 o'clock, a telephone message was
received in Donald that a bush fire
From a communication which
has since come to hand, the fire
Lievre's property, and quickly
gained size, travelling north towa
Mr. Le Lievere's homestead, which
fortunately the beaters, after con-
siderable fighting managed tos ave
The outbreak then swept through
Ryan's burning 4 large hay stacks
and 4000 split posts which were
stacked, then proceeding towards
Molloy's, whose fine crop of wheat
seemed a certainty for the fire de-
mon, but the desperate energy of
the fire fighters again prevailed.
and eventually beating the fames
to the water channel, between
Molloy's and Ryan's, gain a well-
earned victory.
Fortunatly no crops were destroyed
but 400 acres of grass was burnt
Willing workers from Birchip
Wycheproof and surrounding dis-
tricts were soon all hard at work
and through their voluntary energy
not only rendered personal aid,
perhaps saved a national calamity.
The outbreak was supposed to
have been caused by three men in a
buggy, who it is surmised, lit a fire
to cook their dinner, from appear-
ances they attempted to stop the
spread; but being uuable to get con-
trol, hurriedly left for a cool and
THE INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 17 November 1864 [Issue No.3,138] page 5 2017-08-30 20:09 Fire.— On Saturday morning, at ubont half-past
two n.m., a firo broko out in Murphy's Hotel,
Shank Hill, Mount Moriac, when tha entire building,
together with the stock and furniture, was totully
destroyed in about nn hour. Ryan's store nearly
fared tho same fate, tho application of wet blankets
alone saving tho promises. Tho wind, which was
at tho time rather strong, wafted the flumes in the
direction of Mr Beil's Etore, which is immediately
opposite, and flakes of firo fell upon the iron roof,
the wall-plate and rafters, setting fire to tbo store
We have not heard whether Mnrphy wa3 insured or
not,— Geelong Chronicle, November 10,
Fire.— On Saturday morning, at about half-past
two a.m., a fire broke out in Murphy's Hotel,
Shank Hill, Mount Moriac, when the entire building,
together with the stock and furniture, was totally
destroyed in about an hour. Ryan's store nearly
fared the same fate, the application of wet blankets
alone saving tho promises. The wind, which was
at the time rather strong, wafted the flumes in the
direction of Mr Beil's store, which is immediately
opposite, and flakes of fire fell upon the iron roof,
the wall-plate and rafters, setting fire to the store
We have not heard whether Murphy was insured or
not,— Geelong Chronicle, November 16.
MOUNT MORIAC COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 28th May. (Before W. H. Bonsey, Police Magistrate.) SLY GROG SELLING. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1929), Thursday 30 May 1867 [Issue No.6415] page 3 2017-08-30 19:52 MOUNT MOEIAC. COURT OF PETTY
^ .- SESSIONS.
' SLY. GEOQ SEXXIUG. ,
Adam Armstrong v Thomas Eyan, for
; officer, appointed by the Shire Council of
, Barrabool, and proved having oil the 6th
. May gone into the house of the defendant,
tvIio was the holder of a beer license, and
? obtaining a pint of beer and some bread
: and butter, which was served to him in a
. room of the store. He then went into the
' on the counter, and received one shilling
and sixpence change. He then asked Eyan
?whether he kept any spirits, which was
' rum and brandy. Complainant called for a
MOUNT MORAIC COURT OF PETTY
SESSIONS.
SLY GROG SELLING. ,
Adam Armstrong v Thomas Ryan, for
officer, appointed by the Shire Council of
Barrabool, and proved having on the 6th
May gone into the house of the defendant,
who was the holder of a beer license, and
obtaining a pint of beer and some bread
and butter, which was served to him in a
room of the store. He then went into the
on the counter, and received one shilling
and sixpence change. He then asked Ryan
whether he kept any spirits, which was
rum and brandy. Complainant called for a

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  45. Shire of Eltham War Memorial (Kangaroo Ground)
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    List of articles relating to the establishment and opening of the Shire of Eltham War Memorial in Kangaroo Ground after World War One.

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  46. Squires
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  47. The Australian Women's Weekly - Covers by Wep
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    Covers of Australian Women's Weekly illustrated by artist William Edwin Pidgeon, also known as Wep

    Missing covers (not on Trove) include: 4 July 1942 (American Independence Day) and 21 November 1951 (Little Bush School). This painting was later used by Arnott's for an add which appeared on the back of the AWW 18 April 1956 issue.

    For other content on Trove by and about Wep, search tags "Wep" and "William Edwin Pidgeon"

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  48. Thomas Family
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    Articles relating to the Thomas Family. Moses Thomas was a significant figure in the history of the area now known as the City of Whittlesea, Victoria. Thomas and Ann and their family lived at "Mayfield", Mernda, Victoria.

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  49. Toorourong Reservoir
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  50. Victoria's Country Towns: their rise and development
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    Series of articles published in Weekly Times 1928

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  51. War Brides
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    Australian women marrying US Servicemen

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  52. Whittlesea Honour Boards
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  53. WW1
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  54. WW1 - Nillumbik
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    Interesting items describing local enlistments and post war community activities in the region now covered by the Shire of Nillumbik, Victoria

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  55. WW1 - Whittlesea
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    Interesting items describing local enlistments and post war community activities in the region now covered by the City of Whittlesea, Victoria

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  56. WW1 Banyule
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    Interesting items describing local enlistments and post war community activities in the region now covered by the City of Banyule, Victoria

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  57. WW1 Kilmore
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  58. Yan Yean Cemetery
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  59. Yarra Plenty Regional Library (Victoria) History
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    Yarra Plenty Regional Library was founded in the mid 1960s, when the former City of Heidelberg agreed to provide library services to the former Shire of Eltham. Later the former Shire of Diamond Valley and the Shire of Whittlesea joined in the Regional group. This list is an effort to research early history of public library services in this region in Melbourne's north.

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