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|A SUBMERGED FOREST. Discoveries at Shea's Creek. (Article), Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954) , Saturday 8 August 1896 page Article||2013-11-30 13:22||Shea's Creelc, near Sydney, which
Remains of tho Dugong, at Shea's
|Shea's Creek, near Sydney, which
Remains of the Dugong, at Shea's
|ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. A SUBMERGED FOREST. SOME INTERESTING RELICS AT SHEA'S CREEK. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 6 August 1896 page Article||2013-11-30 11:21||ROYAL SOCIETY OP NEW
historic times. The Govcrnment Geologist Mr. B.
|ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW
historic times. The Government Geologist Mr. B.
|A Submerged Forest. DISCOVERY AT SHEAS'S CREEK. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Thursday 6 August 1896 page Article||2013-11-30 11:04||. DISeOVSRY AT SHEA'S CHEEK- .
||DISCOVERY AT SHEA'S CHEEK- .
|ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. A SUBMERGED FOREST. SOME INTERESTING RELICS AT SHEA'S CREEK. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 6 August 1896 page Article||2013-11-30 10:53||Other papers read nero "On Aromadendnn oi
Aromadcndnc acid from the lurbid grono ot
Liicjl)ptuskino5,"b) Mt Henry G bmith.FO».
" On the Crlluhir Kite," hy Mr Lawrence Hu.
gravo , " Au explanation of tho marked <Iu7erraM
in tho effects produced by eubcutancoua andu
tiav ouoiia injection of tho venom of AmtraUu
snakes," by Or C J Martin, " Note on a method
of rapid!) separating cn,«ta!lnius from colloidikt
filtration " by Dr C J Martin v
Mr II G Smith, TOS, exhibited aspean»«of
L-ipidolito (Lithta Mua), from near Nonemaii, Wat
|Other papers read were "On Aromadendrin or
Aromadcndric acid from the Turbid group of
Eucalyptus," b)y Mt Henry G. Smith.F. C.S.;
" On the Celluar Kite," by Mr Lawrence Har-
grave , " An explanation of the marked differences
in the effects produced by subcutancous and in-
travenous injection of the venom of Australian
snakes," by Dr. C. J. Martin; " Note on a method
of rapidly separating crystalloids from colloids by
filtration. " by Dr. C.J. Martin.
Mr H. G. Smith, F.C.S., exhibited a species of
Lapidolite (Lithta Mica), from near Norseman, West
|ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. A SUBMERGED FOREST. SOME INTERESTING RELICS AT SHEA'S CREEK. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 6 August 1896 page Article||2013-11-30 10:45||dugong borns nud deeply buried stone tomabawh
probably »bowed that i ian in Eastern Amtrala
attained to some geological antiquity
|dugong borns and deeply buried stone tomahawk
probably showed that man in Eastern Australia
attained to some geological antiquity.
|2013-11-30 10:44||Museum, nnd of the treos shows, na thoy all betont
to onstiug spooies, that tho depoait unoLitda.
gically, very old, though it may dato backt*m
hiatonc times The Oovcrnmont Goologut MrB.
T Pittmao, had agreed ivit». tho wntera ttatt£
submerged fonst indicated a chango m tha relabra
loi ois of land and hea in this neighbourhood a ra"
cent r-co'ogic ii time of at loaat lift The hackaj
dugong horns nud deeply buried stone tomabawh
|Museum, and of the trees shows, as they all belong
to existing species, that the deposit is not, geola-
gically, very old, though it may date backt to pre-
historic times. The Govcrnment Geologist Mr. B.
F. Pittman, had agreed with the writers that the
submerged forest indicated a change in the relative
levels of land and sea in this neighbourhood in re-
cent geological time of at least 15 ft. The hacked
dugong borns nud deeply buried stone tomabawh
|2013-11-30 10:38||ternined by Mr J Jennings, of tbe Australian
||ternined by Mr J Jennings, of the Australian
|2013-11-30 10:38||tmct hacks, infl.cUd c rtninl, by hamsu^eZ
wiUi some such blunt edgd lmtrumeut u »?55,
tomaba« k I ho bones of tho durong were obtain
embedded in marino da), 3¡tt below low «rateTuj
had subsequent!) beon coi orod byabout 6ft rarürrf
marino clay, and partlv composed of peâtv '¿T
Tho ovidmce of tho ahells, winch have all been ii.
torniined hy Mr J Jennings, of tbo Atutnui
|tinct hacks, inflicted certainly, by human agency?
with some such blunt-edged instreuments as a stone
tomahawk. The bones of the durong were obtained
embedded in marine clay, 3½ft below low water , and
had subsequently been covered by about 6ft., partly of
marine clay, and partly composed of peaty loam.
The evidence of the shells, which have all been de-
ternined by Mr J Jennings, of tbe Australian
|2013-11-30 09:55||larthod, m thai ruanco of Mr It LthendgeaK
W Grumhiw, tbo skeleton of a ver»l«l
dugong, completo with tho e-wsptionof the.n?5
U.otuil,thoi.addK the ?taoulder.bîXand »2
pelvic arch rho scull and Ino ribs showed verv d7
|earthed,in the presence of Mr Etheridge and Mr.
J.W. Grimshaw, the skeleton of a very large
dugong, complete with the exception of the end
the tail, the paddles, the shoulder-blades, and the
pelvic arch. The scull and the ribs showed very dis-
|2013-11-30 09:49||nor th easterly from Ricketty street. Neareer to
||nor th easterly from Ricketty street. Nearer to
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BDM 1865 Registration Number
630/1865 CAMPBELL THOMAS AGE 47 YEARS DIED SYDNEY SYDNEY
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