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|BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE. (Article), Euroa Advertiser (Vic. : 1884 - 1920), Friday 31 October 1884 page Article||2013-11-30 21:03||W AuRREIBAYMI9hE.
(FroR OUR OWs COp.lmsPOSDENT).
I had endmnpt forgotten; to mention that
the Warrenbayneites, leld a imeeting at
the school on. Saturday night for -the
ipurpose of taking steps towyids forming
a cricket club: - It ii~'s st:itd -that about
a18 persons would .join, and the meeting
ndjour od till. ?d2ne.day.October 29.
|BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT).
I had almost forgotten to mention that
the Warrenbayneites held a meeting at
the school on Saturday night for the
purpose of taking steps towards forming
a cricket club. It was stated that about
18 persons would join, and the meeting
adjourned till Wednesday October 29.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Benalla Ensign (Vic. : 1938 - 1954), Friday 6 June 1947 page Family Notices||2013-10-19 14:32||SHEIRWILL.-On the -4th June (ac
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|COAL FOR YOUR GAS (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 30 January 1956 page Article||2013-10-05 21:37||YOUB
7* . Stuart helps unload
, Hunter at North Wharf
on Saturday. Water sider s
an strike have agreed to
Stuart helps unload
Hunter at North Wharf
on Saturday. Watersiders
on strike have agreed to
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Henry Foster (my great grand father) was a parliamentarian in Victoria, Australia between 1889 - 1902 where he held the seat of Gippsland East for that period, generally with a large majority, and in some cases unopposed.
All articles in this this are relevant first becoming an officer in the Omeo Shire Council, member of the Gippsland Prospecting Board, Omeo/Gippsland Mining Board, to his period of occupancy of the seat, and his time as Minister of Mines and Water Supply from 1894 to 1900; together with some miscellaneous articles referring to his holdings, family and mining related matters.
Items relating to Isaac, Maria Mary (nee Cousins/Cozens), Elizabeth, Henrietta Churchyard and others. Isaac a convict arriving in WA, later living in St. Kilda, Victoria. Maria Mary secondly married John Harvey (Henrietta adopting this surname)
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