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    Emily Maud Violet aka Maud Walsoe was born in 1872 and died in 1939 at age 67 in Melbourne, Victoria.

    She was the daughter of George Murray Black of Tarwin Meadows, South Gippsland, Vic. and nee Isabella Emily Black (nee Watson)
    Maud had two younger brothers : Murray and Archibald.
    George Murray Black, grazier was born in 1874 in Tarwin Meadows, Gippsland. He died in 1965.
    Archibald MacGregor Black, grazier was born in 1875. He died on 10 Nov 1943.

    George Murray Black was born in 1813 in Lawgrove, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1902..

    George married Isabella Emily Watson, daughter of Sydney Grandison Watson arr. Hobart 1833, Walwa, Upper Murray.
    and later Isabella Robinson on 27 Jul 1871 in All Saints, St Kilda, Melb., Vic.. Isabella was born on 9 Mar 1851 in NSW. She died on 10 Mar 1931 in Quiamong, Domain Rd, Sth Yarra, Vic.

    In March 1900 we read in the Australasian that : “Mrs. George Black, of Tarwin-park, was at home at Torridge, Domain-road, South Yarra, on Saturday, March 10, in order to give a few friends the opportunity of wishing bon voyage to her daughter. Miss Maud Black, who left for a trip to England on Tuesday in the R.M.S. Britannia. Miss Black was accompanied by her brother, Mr. A. M. Black, who goes to Edinburgh to study medicine. The reception rooms were decorated with roses, white, pink, and crimson.”

    She did not return until May the next year.

    “In May 1901 we read in the Australasian that : “Miss Maud Black, Tarwin, South Gippsland, arrived by the Rome last week, after a trip to the old country. “

    Her father George Murray Black died in 1902.
    ”WILLS AND BEQUESTS. The wills of the following deceased persons have been lodged for probate: George Black, late of Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland, died on May 17 last. By a will executed on May 12, 1901, he left real estate valued at £28,857, and personal estate valued at £18,058, in trust for the benefit of his widow and children.”

    The Celebrated Tarwin Meadow. (16 miles from Tarwin Railway Station) South Gippsland. The Home of Strawberry Clover.

    Black, George (1813–1902)
    by J. Ann Hone
    This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 3, (MUP), 1969

    ”George Black (1813-1902), pastoralist, was born on 24 April 1813 at Lawgrove, Perthshire, Scotland, son of Captain George Black and his wife Marjorie, née Lawson. He was educated at Perth Academy and on his father's death sailed in the St Mungo to Port Phillip, arriving in December 1840. He was manager of the Boneo property near Cape Schanck and then ran Perricoota on the Murray River. In 1851 he bought the isolated Tarwin Meadows run near Anderson's Inlet in South Gippsland. Believing 'there was money in mud', he drained the flats, cleared the ti-tree, planted shelter trees, English grasses and strawberry clover (the first in Victoria), and sowed Marram grass on the sand dunes. He leased a hundred sq. miles (259 km²) from the Bass River to Cape Liptrap and in 1858 acquired the pre-emptive rights of the West Tarwin run, bidding above the upset price. In the 1860s he bought the best of this land and only relinquished leasehold of the rest under pressure from selectors in the late 1870s. His main interest was breeding quality stock; Tarwin carried Hereford and Shorthorn cattle, and horses which in the gold rush brought as much as £130 a head. Black later supplied horses to Francis Clapp's omnibus company and the Indian army. The cattle were driven to the Melbourne market through Hastings and Frankston and the G-B brand topped the market consistently in the 1880s.
    Black was for many years the only settler in the area and he lived a lonely and often dangerous life. He had several encounters with escaped Tasmanian convicts and bushrangers and it was said that the bushranger Dan Morgan worked for him as a boy. Black's first homestead was made of wattle and mortar daub and then replaced by a house built mainly of timber from the Duke of Wellington, one of the many wrecks on the coast in Black's lifetime. The station abounded with game and fish and Black had to use domestic cats to exterminate the rabbits he had unhappily introduced. He spent his leisure reading and made a special study of medicine which occasionally he had to put to practical use. In 1871 he had married Isabella Emily Watson. At his death on 17 August 1902 he was survived by a daughter and two sons, George Murray (1874-1965) and Archibald MacGregor (1875-1943), who in partnership ran Tarwin as a dairy farm until 1915.”

    In April 1906 in the SMH : “Miss Maud Black, of Tarwin has been visiting friends at Innsbruck for the past two months, where she has greatly enjoyed the skating and toboganning and the sleighing excursions. She has also learned ski-lng and finds it a fascinating though strenuous amusement. Miss Black has upheld the Australian name for pluck during the winter sports.”

    In October 1906 we read in the SMH that :”Miss Maud Black, of Tarwin, has returned from Spain, where she and Miss Alice Mitchell, of Ropley, have been travelling all the summer. They went from the Riviera to Barcelona, and remained there some time with Spanish friends, spending two days in the famous monastery of Mont Serrat. From Granada they went to Tangiers.“

    In December 1906 we read in The Australian that : “Miss Maud Black, of Tarwin, now in London, is also bent on things a little out of the common, and leaves for the Tyrol shortly. The Tyrol, of course, is very popular, and offers any amount of sport, skating, toboganning, sleighing, and ski-ing. from there she goes to Kitzbushel, where the Austrian ski championship is to be contested. In March she goes to Venice, and thence down the coast of tie Adriatic, visiting Abbazia. the Boch di Cattaro, Corfu, Greece, and Constantinople.

    Maud married Paul Niels Walsoe of Danish heritage in 1907. She had one son Murray Walsoe. The surname in Danish is Walsøe. Also seen is Walsöe.

    In the Punch of March 8 1908 we read : Miss Maud Black of Tarwin, Gippsland, who married a Dane, who is also a millionaire, and is living in Hamburg, has been on a visit to her husband's family in Denmark”

    ”WALSOE.—On the 31st March 1908, at 156 Wandsbeker Chaussee, Hamburg, the wife of Paul Niels Walsoe (nee Black)—a son.”

    It seems that Maud did not return to Australia until 1920. Note that her son Olaf applied for naturalisation in 1933: “I, OLAF Murray Walsoe, of Danish nationality, born at Hamburg, Germany, and resident thirteen years In Australia, now residing at 276 Domain-rd., S. Yarra, Melb., intend to Apply for Naturalisation Under the Nationality Act 1920-1930.”
    Olaf Murray Walsoe married in December 1929 : “Walsoe—Chapman A QUIET but interesting wedding was celebrated at the Presbyterian Church, Wattle Tree Road, Malvern, on Monday, December 9, when Beryl Mavis, daughter of Mrs. S. K, Chapman, of 'Hartwell Hill Road, Hartwell, became the wife of Olaf Murray, only child of Mrs. Walsoe, of "Quiamong," Domain Road, South Yarra, and grandson of Mr. George Black, - one of our pioneers, who settled at Tarwln Meadows in '52.”

    In 1944 we read of Olaf Murray Walsoe: “Awarded the MC, Captain (now Temporary Major) O. M. Walsoe was conspicuously brave in the Tobruk fighting, particularly during a night counter attack at El Duda. On this occasion he commanded one of the two companies of his battalion which made the attack. His control helped In taking the enemy by surprise.”

    The fate of Maud’s Danish husband is mentioned on the net : Name: Paul August Niels Walsoe. Birth: 20 Apr 1879 - Germany. Civil: 15 Dec 1927. Arrival: 1920.

    Earlier address in Richmond, Erin St.,.Maud Emily Violet Walsoe.

    Exhibitions:

    Oct. 1926 : Maud exhibited at the Athenaeum Gallery, Collins Street "the 10th annual exhibition of the Women's Art Club was opened to the public. There are 140 works on view, and nearly all the departments of painting and drawing are represented. There are also examples of statuary, china painting and pottery." .... "Mrs Tompkins and Miss Burgess are responsible for some interesting china painting and Mrs. Walsoe has some pottery. The exhibition will remain open until October 13." NB : Marguerite Mahood also had a work at this exhibition "Turquoise and Ivory".

    May 1927 : An exhibition of water-colours by Miss A. K. Oakley and Mrs. M. Walsoe will be opened at the Institute of Arts and Literature, 178 Collins street.
    Watercolours and pottery.
    + NB: "Mrs. Walsoe has on view also several pieces of pottery, useful and ornamental, and one or two modelled plaques, the best of which is a portrait of Mr. P. S. Watson. "

    July 1927 : "At the Athenaeum the Women's Art Club' are showing their work somewhat earlier than usual. " ..."A small water color No. 129, "Ten Mile Rocks," by Mrs M. Walsoe, attracts the eye" ..... " China painting and pottery by Mesdames D. Tompkins, E. Burrows and M. Walsoe round off the exhibition, ...."
    NB : "Mrs. Douglas Richardson, the president and members of the Women's Art Club, have Issued Invitations to the opening of their annual exhlbition of paintings, sculpture and applied art at the Athenaeum Hall, Collins street, on July. 13. Mrs. George Swinburne will open the exhibition at 8 o'clock, and it will remain open until July 23. Mrs. Walsoe will take on the duties of honorary secretary, when Miss Looie Harvie leaves for England on July 19."

    Oct. 1928 : At the the Women's Art Club exhibition at the Athenaeum : "Miss Margaret Baskerville contributes a piece of sculpture, "The Unwilling Captive" and Mrs. Walsoe has a head of a laughing child. Mrs Tompkins and Miss Burgess are responsible for some interesting china painting and Mrs. Walsoe has some pottery. The exhibition will remain open until October 13."

    Oct 1930 at the Fine Art Gallery in Exhibition St., the Women's Art Society Exhibition Maud Walsoe exhibited. M. Mahood too, among many others.

    Nov. 1930 : With Nora Wilkie's show of water-colors at The Little Gallery in November 1930 : "Adding to the attraction of this exhibition was a collection of pottery by Mrs. Maud Walsoe, notable for the originality and beauty of the design and modelling, and the charm of its colouring. And the show of barbola work by Dorothy Balwyn of distinctly artistic value."

    Sept. 1931 at the Athenaeum for the Melbourne Society of Woman Painters : "China painting and pottery are shown by Miss Tompkins, Miss Burrows and Mrs. Walsoe.

    Aug. 1936 : "In the library there is a card table, equipped even to cigarettes, and the pictures are by Mr. Norman Trenery, Miss Judy Fraser, Miss Currie. and Mrs. Walsoe." An exhibition in aid of the Animal Welfare League. NB: Maud was a member of the Committee of the Animal Welfare League.

    Maud and Olaf were friends of Miles Franklin and are mentioned often in "Her Brilliant Career: The Life of Stella Miles Franklin" by By Jill Roe.
    "With a new friend, expatriate Australian Mrs Maud Walsöe, a niece of P. S. Watson and like him a Christian Scientist, she learnt to swim at St. George's Baths between visits to such places as Holland House and the London Zoo." .... "Miles did not feel well despite two short breaks from London, one with Maud Walsöe in Hampshire in July .... "and the Christian Scientists Nancy Lister Watson and her husband P.S. and his sister Maud Walsöe, all gone ...."

    NB : Isabella Emily Black (nee Watson)

    Mrs. Walsoe has on view also several pieces of pottery, useful and ornamental, and one or two modelled plaques, the best of which is a portrait of Mr. P. S. Watson. The exhibition is to remain open until May 28.

    Saturday : Lovely warm day. No rain. Tried to do a little work in morning. Claude Kinred came about 2.30 & we went to Kew to see rhododendrons & azaleas. Former a little passé. Went to Walsoe’s for tea & stayed till 10. Got home late very tired. Glorious yellow of laburnam & rose of pink & double pink May. (p.63) NB : Claude Kinred was a cousin of Miles Frankli who had returned to England to work in munitions.

    "22. Saturday Maud [Walsoe] came before lunch & took me home with her for tea. I got home very tired. Pollard also called. Sometimes warm sometimes cloudy. A Norwegian Capt. who had been in the Belgian Corp. was at Walsoe’s" (p.73)
    24 Monday Cloudy, cold. Maud came & ate her lunch with me & gave me some. Nancy ran in & out. I stayed in bed till 5 when I arose & wrote letters.
    25 Tuesday Paul Walsoe called in morning saying we wd. Go to Bedales, tomorrow. Cold day showers & shade & occasional showers of rain. Pottered. Went to bed early. (p.74) (NB : Bedales School is a co-educational, boarding and day independent school in the village of Steep, near the market town of Petersfield in Hampshire).
    26 Wednesday Met Maud at Waterloo at 9 & left for Petersfield for the Whishaws at the Village of Steep, Hants. Had a lovely day of rest and comfort among roses & hot water. Lovely day.
    (Miles Franklin diary, 17 February-29 December 1918)
    "Went to awful Cahil who wd. do nothing. Then to Walsoe’s. Mrs Black took me to Spindloe 10 Portman St. who was charming & then home. Nell came again & I saw her to ‘bus – Wet day. Afternoon tea with Miss Hodge at Café. Such a struggle to try & get a taxi to go to station. (Miles Franklin diary no. 10, June 5, 1917-Feb. 16, 1918)

    Wednesday 18 March 1925 p 8 Advertising :Patent Application : 22.039. E. M. V. Walsoe. Mustard pot or container for condiments

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  1. EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 17 May 1927 p 5 Article
    Abstract: An exhibition of water-colours by Miss A. E. Oakley and Mrs. M. Walsoe will be opened at the Institute of Arts and Literature, 178 Collins street, th ... 129 words
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    EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS.
    An exhibition of water-colours by Miss A. K. Oakley and Mrs. M. Walsoe will be opened at the Institute of Arts and Literature, 178 Collins street, this afternoon.
    Miss Oakley hangs studies of (flowers and a few landscapes, and Mrs. Walsoe has confined her efforts to landscape subjects.
    Both painters reveal a commendable sincerity of purpose. Nice colour is observed in "Phlox," Asters," and "Almond Blossom," by Miss Oakley, and among Mrs. Walsoe's studies "Waratah Bay " and "Stormy Sea" are outstanding. Mrs. Walsoe has on view also several pieces of pottery, useful and ornamental, and one or two modelled plaques, the best of which is a portrait of Mr. P. S. Watson. The exhibition is to remain open until May

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  2. CORRUPTED NAMES
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Friday 10 March 1939 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Sir,—I was interested in Mr. Steven Henty's article in the Week-end Magazine on March 4 concerning old inn signs and names. He is right about the der ... 201 words
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    Mr or Mrs and the etymology of 'bloody'.

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  3. Captured from Germany. Wilds of Central Africa.
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Friday 4 November 1921 p 15 Article
    Abstract: An account of life in the wilds of Central Africa-- country won from Germany during the war-- is contained in a letter received recently by Mrs. M. W ... 1282 words
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    Erin St, Richmond.

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  4. OLD GRAVE FOUND Story Of A Wreck
    Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954) Saturday 29 August 1936 p 28 Article
    Abstract: A QUEST for the grave of Captain Frederick Ostermann, master of the German barque, Magnat, which was wrecked between Cape Paterson and 285 words
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    Mrs M. Walsoe, of Domain Road, South Yarra, who knew of the wreck, told Mr Rose the story of the last days of Cap tain Ostermann. She recalled how the barque was beached high and dry in August, 1900. German sailors came ashore, and, with knives drawn, faced a crowd of resi dents, who had rushed to 'the beach when they saw the vessel in distress. "The sailors, who stood in a fright ened group, thought the residents were bushrangers or savages," she explained. Mrs Walsoe presented Mr Rose with three snapshots of the barque. The postmistress of Tarwin Lower stated that she had vivid memories of the wreck. It was a windy and blustery day, and the Magnat was beached near Anderson's Inlet, about three and a hah miles from Tarwin Lower.

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  5. Family Notices
    Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939) Thursday 19 December 1929 p 67 Family Notices Illustrated
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    Walsoe—Chapman
    A QUIET but interesting wedding was celebrated at the Presbyterian Church, Wattle Tree Road, Malvern, on Monday, December 9, when Beryl Mavis, daughter of Mrs. S. K, Chapman, of 'Hartwell Hill Road, Hartwell, became the wife of Olaf Murray, only child of Mrs. Walsoe, of "Quiamong," Domain Road, South
    Yarra, and grandson of Mr. George Black, - one of our pioneers, who settled at Tarwln Meadows in '52.

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  6. Coat and Stock. CENTENARY IN DRESS.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Saturday 18 March 1933 p 18 Article
    Abstract: Advocates of dress reform will derive some satisfaction from a contrast between the comfortable, loose-fitting suits of to-day and the rigid formalit ... 434 words
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    The Blacks were only one of many Scot- tish pioneering families who helped to make history in Australia. Mrs. M. Walsoe, of South Yarra, who is a daughter of the original James Black, has executed a little statue showing him standing with another of his kind, Sidney Grandison Watson, of Walwa and Tintaldra stations (N.S.W.), who landed in Western Auustralia in 1833. They are dressed in their original clothes, even to the stocks, and are sur- veying the new country with wonder. It cannot have been long before they laid aside the stocks and set to work.

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  7. OF [?] SOUTH MEMORIES OF OLD WRECK Long Quest For Grave Ends MELBOURNE, Saturday.
    Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954) Saturday 22 August 1936 p 1 Article
    Abstract: In a crowded half-hour before his ship left for Sydney, Mr. Paul Rose, a young German oliicer, and grandson of the master of the ill-fated German 453 words
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    The Magnat story and the Blacks.

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  8. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED
    The Prahran Telegraph (Vic. : 1889 - 1930) Friday 4 January 1929 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Miss Jean Hislop, only daughter of Mr. J. Hislop, of Belmont, Alma road, St. Kilda, and the late Mrs. Hislop, to Mr. Ronald F. Hall, eldest son of 632 words
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    Miss Beryl M. Chapman, only daughter of Mrs. Chapman, of Lower Malvern road, Darling, to Mr. Olaf M. Walsoe, only son of Mrs. Walsoe, of Domain road-east, South Yarra.

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  9. MR. O. M. WALSOE TO MISS BERYL MAVIS CHAPMAN.
    The Prahran Telegraph (Vic. : 1889 - 1930) Saturday 4 January 1930 p 4 Article
    Abstract: A quiet but interesting wedding was celebrated at the Presbyterian Church, Wattletrce road, Malvern, on Monday, December 9, when Beryl Mavis, 177 words
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    Beryl Mavis Chapman of Hartwell married Olaf Murray Walsoe of Quiamong Domain Rd. South Yarra. In 1930.

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  10. Record of harsh but proud times
    The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Saturday 9 April 1966 p 10 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: A number of historians have lately been producing pictorial chronicles of wars or of 479 words
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    Photos of O. M. Walsoe.

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  11. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED
    The Prahran Telegraph (Vic. : 1889 - 1930) Friday 21 December 1928 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Miss Edith Janet Henley, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Henley, Kaikoura avenue, Hawthorn East, to Mr. William Stuart Biggs, eldest 544 words
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    Engagement 1928.

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  12. CITATION TELLS OF VC's GALLANTRY
    The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Friday 12 May 1944 p 3 Article
    Abstract: MEL BOURNE. — Gallantry shown by Sergeant Tom C. Derrick, VC. who won the DCM in the Middle East, is described 172 words
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    Olaf awarded the MC at El Duda .... Tobruk.

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  13. Web page: maud
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  14. Advertising
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Saturday 9 December 1939 p 2 Advertising
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    EXECUTORS' SALE. Estate Late Emily M. V. Walsoe. "QUIAMONG," 276 DOMAIN-RD., SOUTH YARRA On the Hill, opposite Murphy-street. DELIGHTFUL BRICK VILLA HOME. Spacious Lounge, Studio, 5 Rooms, Bathroom, Laundry, Garage. Electric Hot Water and Automatic Sprinkler Garden System. LAND, 92 Ft. 8 In. X 175 Ft. TITLE, CERTIFICATE. Malleson, Stewart, Stawell and Nanktwell, Solicitors, 46 Queen-street, ALSO, VILLA FURNISHINGS. Choice Art Cabinets, Old Cedar Chest, Axminster Carpet. WELL-KNOWN WALSOE COLLECTION. EXQUISITE DECORATIVE HAND-MADE GLAZED POTTERY. Maud Walsoe and Marguerite Mahood Water Colors. SYDNEY ARNOLD AND CO., 10 Queen-street, City.

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  15. Advertising
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Saturday 16 December 1939 p 2 Advertising
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    Maud Walsoe

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  16. DROMANA CAMP For Country People
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Monday 5 December 1938 p 4 Article
    Abstract: DROMANA, Sunday.—A camn to provide holiday accommodation for country people was officially opened this afternoon by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne 264 words
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    memorial to her mother.

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  17. NEW COMPANIES REGISTERED.
    Daily Commercial News and Shipping List (Sydney, NSW : 1891 - 1954) Thursday 23 August 1934 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Unless otherwise stated, capital means nominal capital, shares being of £1. The date of registration and registered office are shown in parenthesis. ... 365 words
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    The Country People's Holiday Camps Association. Limited by guarantee. Names subscribed to memorandum:, Alice Currie, Jean Purves Price, Maud Walsoe, Alice Thomas, Ethel Elizabeth Laver Reseigh. Principal objects: To furnish and equip at or near Rosebud: or elsewhere, holiday accom

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  18. Advertising
    Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954) Wednesday 24 July 1940 p 2 Advertising
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    Olaf was executor of will of Emily Maud Violet Walsoe

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  19. Advertising
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 5 December 1939 p 9 Advertising
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  20. Family Notices
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 27 August 1907 p 1 Family Notices
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    Marriage to Paul Neils walsoe on July 12, 1907.

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  21. Advertising
    Daily Commercial News and Shipping List (Sydney, NSW : 1891 - 1954) Wednesday 18 March 1925 p 8 Advertising
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    Patent Application : 22.039. E. M. V. Walsoe. Mustard pot or container for condiments.

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  22. Gift Statuary
    The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954) Monday 23 October 1933 p 4 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: This group of painted ceramic figures has been modelled by Mrs Maud Walsoe, of Domain Road, South Yarra, as a gift to the Animal Welfare League 57 words
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    PIC : This group of nntnlcd ceramic figures has been modelled by Mrs Maud Walsoc. of Domain Road, South Yarra, as a gift to tho Animal Welfare Leaguo of Victoria. It symbolises the League's work for animals, nnd will lie placed In I ho league's rooms in Royal Bank Chambers, Elizabeth Street. Help This group of nntnlcd ceramic figures has been modelled by Mrs Maud Walsoe, of Domain Road, South Yarra, as a gift to tho Animal Welfare Leaguo of Victoria. It symbolises the League's work for animals, and will be placed In the league's rooms in Royal Bank Chambers, Elizabeth Street

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  23. CURRENT ART SHOWS Loan Exhibition at the Town Hall
    Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939) Thursday 20 November 1930 p 25 Article
    Abstract: SUCH an interesting and beautiful collection of pictures as the loan exhibition, now on view at the Town Hall. Melbourne, is rarely possible in 615 words
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    Adding to the attraction of this exhibition was a collection of pottery by Mrs. Maud Walsoe, notable for the originality and beauty of the design and modelling, and the charm of its colouring. And the show of barbola work by Dorothy Balwyn of distinctly artistic value.

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  24. Advertising
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Monday 15 January 1940 p 8 Advertising
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    AUD VIOLET WALSOE Deceased -Pursuant to the provisions of the Trustee Act 1928 notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against the estate of Emily Maud Violet Walsoe late of 276 Domain road east South Yarra in the State of Victoria married woman deceased (who died on the 19th day of November 1939, and probate of whose will was granted bv the Supreme Court of Victoria In Its Probate Jurisdiction on the 31st day of December 1939, to Olaf Murray Walsoe of 276 Do- main road South Yorra aforesaid photographer the sole executor named therein) are hereby requested to SEND PARTICULARS In writing of such CLAIMS to the said executor c/o Malleson, Stewart, Stawell

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  25. Advertising
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Wednesday 13 December 1939 p 2 Advertising
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    NEXT TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19. At 11 o'clock. On the Premises, EXECUTORS' BALE, Estate Lnto Einily M. V, W&lsoe. ."QU1AMONG," 276 DOMAIN-RD., SOUTH YARRA on the Hill. Opposite Murphy-street. < ; DELIGHTFUL BRICK VILLA HOME. Spacious Loungo, Studio, D Rooms, Bathroom, Laundry, Garage.' Electrlo Mot Water nnd Autamatlo Sprinkler oarden System, LAND, 02 Ft, 8 In. X 175 Ft. TITLE, CERTIFICATE. MoHcson, Stewart, Stawell and Nankivell, Solicitors, 46 Queen-streot, ALSO VILLA FURNISHINGS. Choice Art Oablnots, Old Cedar Chest, Axmtnstor Carpets. ' WF.LL-KNOWN WALSOB COLLECTION, EXQUISITE nARE AND RIOHLY COLORED OLAZED POTTERY AND FIOURENE8, Maud Walsoe nnd Mnrguorllo Mahood Water Colors. On View -Ail Day Saturday and Monday, SYDNEY ARNOLD AND CO., 16 QUEEN-ST., CITY.

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    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Monday 18 December 1939 p 2 Advertising
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    ji day as above. LA20I& <; TO-MORROW (TUESDAY). DECEMBER 19. V ' At 11 o'clock. On the Premises. "QUIAMONO," 270 DOMAIN-ROAD, SOUTH YARRA. .1-'-. . THE BRICK VILLA. Also Villa Furnishings. xMaud Walsoe Collection— Water Colors, Exquisite, ;. Rlohly Colored Pottery, Flqurencs. Will Be On View ;v- All Day To-day. Catalogues. CiYDNEY ARNOLD an

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  27. The VEIL OF A BRIDE Lace-Making is Thriving To-day OLD FABRICS UNDER NEW NAMES
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 3 December 1933 p 29 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: TAKE a walk through a draper's shop to-day and you will soon discover that if a rose smells just 1546 words
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    Dolly Dimity statue : , there is something definitely utilitarian about "Reliability Ginghams," but even these conjure up the picture'of a young bride dressed in colors to match the tiling of her kitchen and painted caddies. On the other hand, "Dolly Dimity" recalls the days ot frilled pantalettes and sloping shoulders though the Poet must surely have been . having a day off when "Seersucker" was christened. Even iso, it makes one think of Chautauqua girls opening chestnut burrs in the intervals of improving their nice clean minds. "Loofah Linen

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  28. Photograph - Captain Olaf Walsoe, Abbotsford, Victoria, World War II, 1939-1945
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  29. Family Notices
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 5 May 1908 p 1 Family Notices
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    WALSOE.—On the 31st March, at 156 Wandsbecker Chausee, Hamburg, the wife of Paul Neils Walsoe (nee Black)—a s

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  30. Family Notices
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 31 August 1907 p 64 Family Notices
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    ANNOUNCEMENTS. BIRTHS. AITKEN.—On the 5th August, at the Cottage Hos- pital, Yark.iii'.tatKiah, ilie wile of A. Nelson Aitkon. "l.reb.i." Kergimyah South-a daugh ter. BALGARNIE.—On the 2nd August, at Stoneleigh, Ip.>«iih. in.,' .?; 1{. IC. lJ.iliurr.il', Cooinila, Win ton, i.'i.V' of a il.iugliter, BLAIR.—On the 21st August, 1907, to Mr. and Mrs. .1. !?!?::. "K"h;nojr.°' Wai'MuiJ.i'tc, u daughter. TIVEY (nee Robb).—On the 17th August, at "iliiiui." 'l\ v:\ik, the wif <.* of Edwin Tivey—a daughter. TRENCHARD.—On the 6th August, at Charming- ston, St. George's-road, Toorak, the wife of D. I'i .!a daugl'ur. TOUT.—On the 18th August, at "Springfielf," A "'ii,' ,.WYo, iht witc 01 S. T. Tom-a daughter. WHITNEY.—On the 9th August, 1907, at Neben t"< ii .is 1' 1! 1. X.S.W.. the wife of Edward Whitney —a daughter. MARRIAGES. AUSTIN—TURNER.—On the 24th July, at All Saints' Geelong, by the Rev. T. Keyran Pitt, Arthur edwars, third son of the late Hon. Sidney Austin, of Geelong, to Elsie Stephanie, eldest daughter of Stephen Turner, Esq., of Newtown, Geelong. FENNER—STIRLlNG.—On the 21st August, at. St. l'ctei's Chunli. by the ltev. 1C. Bivnvn. Xor m.'ii W 11 - hi. >,-n - i ft'e-ii C.. third son of K. 0. Witlievden, late of Bullatat, to Charlotte M., second daugh ter of J. 0. Edwards, of Wcniworth. WALDEN—NAPPER.—[Golden Wedding.]—On the 25th Aimust, 1S.57, at the Cliureli of England, Bothwell. Tasmania, hy the Ho v. Win. Hesketh, M.A., John, sccond son of Joseph Walden, East Lanibrook, Somerset, England, to llannah Mary, third daughter of John Napper, of Bothwell, Tas mania, late of Somerset, England. Present ad dress, Somerset-liouse, Macanhur-strcet, Sale, Victoria. Fix this textWALSOE—BLACK.—On the 12th July, at Ham- burg, by the English Chaplain, Paul Neils, eldest son of Christian Walsoe, to Maud, only daughter of the late George Black and Mrs. Black, of Tarwin Meadows, Victoria.

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  31. Fact and Rumour.
    Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925) Thursday 25 November 1909 p 26 Article
    Abstract: Madame Melba is, as everyone knows, devoted to her father. Not contented with any photo, which has been taken of him, she has determined to possess a ... 1069 words
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    Mrs. Black's daughter, who married Mr. Walsoe, a Dutchman, and who is now settled in Hamburg, has a baby, which it’s grandmother is anxious to see. And it is likely that she will before long take a trip to Germany for the purpose.

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  32. Family Notices
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Tuesday 27 August 1907 p 1 Family Notices
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    WALSOE—BLACK.—On the 12th July, at Hamburg, by the English chaplain, Paul Neils, eldest son of Christian Walsoe, to Maud, only daughter of the late George Black and Mrs. Black, ot Tarwin Meadows, Victoria,

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  33. AT HOMES.
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 17 March 1900 p 43 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. George Black, of Tarwin-park, was at home at Torridge, Domain-road, South Yarra, on Saturday, March 10, in order to give a few friends the oppor ... 163 words
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    AT HOMES. Mrs. George Black, of Tarwin-park, was at home at Torridge, Domain-road, South Yarra, on Saturday, March 10, in order to give a few friends the opportunity of wish ing bon voyage to her daughter. Miss Maud Black, who left for a trip to England on Tuesday in the R.M.S. Britannia. Miss Black was accompanied by her brother, Mr. A. M. Black, who goes to Edinburgh to study medicine. The reception rooms were decorated with roses, white, pink, and crimson

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  34. AUSTRALIANS ABBOAD. LONDON, Nov. 16.
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 22 December 1906 p 45 Article
    Abstract: The beaten track appeals to most travellers, and reasonably enough, for time is usually limited, and it is absolutely necessary to see London, Paris, ... 816 words
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    Miss Maud Black, of Tarwin, now in Lon don, is also bent on things a little out of the common, and leaves for the Tyrol shortly. The Tyrol, of course, is very popular, and offers any amount of sport, skating, tobog anning, sleighing, and ski-ing. from there she goes to Kitzbushel, where the Austrian ski championship is to be contested. In March she goes to Venice, and thence down the coast of tie Adriatic, visiting Abbazia. the Boch di Cattaro, Corfu, Greece, and Constantinople.

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  35. AUSTRALIANS IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Sept. 7.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 10 October 1906 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Major-Goneral Sir Edward T. H. Hutton and Lady Hutton have left London, having sold their town house and taken Field Place, at Horsham, Sussex, which ... 695 words
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    October 1906 Miss Maud Black, of Tarwin, has returned from Spain, where she and Miss Alice Mit- chell, of Ropley, have been travelling all the Fix this textsummer. They went from the Riviera to Bar- celona, and remained there some time with Spanish friends, spending two days in the famous monastery of Mont Serrat. From Granada they went to Tangiers.

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  36. Fact and Rumour.
    Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925) Thursday 19 March 1908 p 24 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Mrs. Ernest Brooks go to Sydney for the rare week, and will stay at the Australia; after the races are over they go to “Gowan Brac,” Parramatta, ... 1462 words
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    Miss Maud Black, of Tarwin, Gippsland, whb married a Dane, who is also a millionaire, and is living in Hamburg, has been on a visit to her husband's family in Denmark.

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  37. SOCIAL NOTES.
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 4 May 1901 p 44 Article
    Abstract: Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Hopetoun entertained the Premier and Mrs. Peacock, Major-General Sir Edwin and Lady Collen, of India ... 2407 words
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    Miss Maud Black, Tarwin, South Gipps ltmd, arrived by the Rome last week, after a trip to the old country

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  38. The Tarwin and its early settlement
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  39. [?] All about the people you know | Current happpenings
    Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939) Thursday 15 October 1931 p 37 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MRS NORMAN McARTHUR, wife of Dr. Norman McArthur, and her twin daughters, Alison and Noel, who gave been living abroad since the 1150 words
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    Mrs Walsoe, Quiamong, SouthYarra, has gone to South Gippslnnd for the next three weeks or so. She will be staying with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Muray Black, at Tarwin Meadows.

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  40. Family Notices
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 12 March 1931 p 1 Family Notices
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    t errors? [In order to guard against imposition, Birth, Marriage, Death, and in Memoriam Notices must be authenticated by some reputable person to ensure their insertion.] g"(h Mamase, Death Bereavement In Memo mm and rtineial ïvollce«, up to 6 lines 3/ «tra lino it ha y Io rfard aenn«t error, advertisers aro requested to write all names clearh in block letters BIRTH. BOLTON. - [By cable] - On the 10th March, at Maidstone, Kent, England, the wife of Captain Eric Bolton, R.N., of a daughter. DEATHS. AKINS.-On the 16th February, at Hughenden, North Queensland, Maria Louisa Akins, loved sister of Mrs. C. K. Peel, of Antrim. BLACK.-On the 10th March, at Quiamong, Do- main road, South Yarra, Isabella Emily, widow of the late George Black, of Tarwin Meadows, South Gippsland and daughter of the late Sidney Grandison Watson, of Walwa and Tintaldra Sta- tions, Upper Murray, Victoria.

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  41. Advertising
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Thursday 21 September 1933 p 1 Advertising
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    I OLAF Murray Walsoe, ot Danish nation- ality, born at Hamburg, Germany, and resident thirteen years In Australia, now re siding at 276 Domain-rd., S. Yarra, Melb., intend to Apply for Naturalisation Under the Nationality Act 1920-1930

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  42. AUSTRALIANS IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Feb. 23.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 4 April 1906 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The Marquis and Marchioness of Linlithgow returned to town this week from a visit to the Earl and Countess of Crewe, at Crewe Hall. 725 words
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    In April 1906 in the SMH : “Miss Maud Black, of Tarwin"has been visiting friends at Innsbruck for the past two months, whore she has greatly enjoyed the skating and toboganning and the sleighing excursions. She has also learned ski-lng and finds" it a fascinating though strenuous amusement. Miss Black has upheld the Australian name for pluck during tho winter sports.”

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  43. GOVERNMENT-HOUSE BALL.
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 18 June 1898 p 44 Article
    Abstract: The Administrator of the Government, and Lady Madden gave a ball at Government house, on Friday. June 10, in honour of the birthday of Her Majesty th ... 2636 words
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    1898 : Govt House Ball : Miss Maud Black, salmon-pink satin, brocaded with a large floral design in cream and foam green;

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  44. FACET OF HISTORY STORY OF TARWIN MEADOWS
    Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954) Saturday 24 October 1953 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Hundreds of [?] [?] from Tasmania to the [?] in their frail, crudely made craft during the early 1175 words
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    TARWIN HISTORY : Before the introduction of the punt and later a bridge, vehicles had to be ferried across the river by placing each of the wheels in a boat, the driver in another boat temporarily taking the place of his horses and drawing it across. The animals were then swum across. Tarwin Meadows to-day is far smaller than lt used to be, but, with its three or four thousand acres, is still quite a sizeable piece of land. Its present owner, a son of the founder, is George Murray Black, who, in his hale and hearty eighties, no doubt would, agree with the injunction: "If you wish to live long, choose long-lived parents." His father was born in1813 (two years be- fore Waterloo), and, dying in 1903, lived to see the birth of Federation, in which he was deeply interested, and the arrival of the present century. The two lifetimes, father's and son's, span a period of 140 years - and that span is still extend-

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  45. George Murray Black and Don Ewart in front of the main homestead at Tarwin Meadows [picture]
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  46. Original Tarwin Meadows wattle and daub home [picture]
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  47. 000486 Photograph - 1996 - Original site of Tarwin Meadows owned by George Black - Original house demolished
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    000486 Photograph - 1996 - Original site of Tarwin Meadows owned by George Black - Original house demolished
  48. 000483 Photograph - 1996 - Oversear's Cottage at Tarwin Meadows - Original selection of George Black - Photograph by Nancye Duirham
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    000483 Photograph - 1996 - Oversear's Cottage at Tarwin Meadows - Original selection of George Black - Photograph by Nancye Duirham
  49. 000487 Photograph - 1996 - Tarwin Meadows property owned by George Black, who settled there in 1851
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    000487 Photograph - 1996 - Tarwin Meadows property owned by George Black, who settled there in 1851
  50. 000488 - Photograph - 1996 - Oversears huse on Tarwin Meadows - Property originally owned by George Black
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  51. FACET OF HISTORY: The Story of Tarwin Meadows
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Saturday 2 May 1953 p 13 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: HUNDREDS OF CONVICTS ESCAPING FROM TASMANIA TO THE mainland in their frail, crudely made craft during the early years of last century must have peris ... 1241 words
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    The Story of Tarwin Meadows

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  52. A SOUTH GIPPSLAND SAGA Centenary of Tarwin Meadows
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Saturday 16 February 1952 p 9 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: With the advent of 1952, there dawned the centenary of one of the great pioneering families of Victoria and of their property--Tarwin Meadows of Sout ... 1247 words
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    A SOUTH GIPPSLAND SAGA Centenary of Tarwin Meadows By E.M.L.

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  53. FAMOUS PASTORAL PROPERTIES: Tarwin Meadows, Owned by Mr. G. Murray Black, is a Monument to Courage
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 26 April 1941 p 35 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: THE Tarwin River, like so many Australian streams, is little more than a rivulet in summer; but when rain has fallen on the foothills of the Dividing ... 1254 words
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  54. PASTORAL PIONEERS GEORGE BLACK | (No. 69)
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 13 April 1935 p 4 Article
    Abstract: GEORGE [?] meadows, was the second son of Captain George Black, of the 42nd Royal Highland Black Watch. George junior was born in 1813 868 words
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    Black worked alone in his titanic struggle against nature for 20 years before he brought his estate into real profit. .In 1871 he married a daughter of Sydney Watson, a pioneer of the Upper Murray. George Black died in 1902, aged 89 years, full of vigour till the last. He left- two sons, Murray and Archibald, who are still at the Meadows, and a daughter, Mrs. Walsoe, of South Yarra. [Thls series of articles was begun in "The Argus" on August 14, 1934, and was transferred to "The Australasian" on October 6.]

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  55. Central Separation of Milk From Share Farms OPERATIONS ON TARWIN LOWER DAIRIES
    Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954) Saturday 13 April 1935 p 44 Article
    Abstract: CONSIDERABLE progress has been made in the Lower Tarwin district since the late Mr George Black settled there in 1852. From a wide 1504 words
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    Farm. Murray Black

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  56. Strawberry Clover.
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Friday 15 May 1896 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Mr. George Black, of Tarwin Meadows, Lower Tarwin, writes an interesting letter upon the subject of " strawberry " clover (remarks the Australasian). ... 525 words
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    Strawberry Clover. Mr.' Goorgo Blaok, of Tnrwin Meadows, LoworTnrivm, writes an intorestin" letter upon tho suhjcot of " strawberry " olovor (remarks the Amtralaeian). This gentleman says ho first found it growing among somo common olover raised from Dutoh seed nearly 50 years ago, nud that ho at first thought tlio strange plant would ho not muoh worth, hut ho soon found its real valuo. Ho suys it oxcols nil other olovors both in tlio quantity of fodilor it produces und tho fondness of cnttlo for it, nnd that tho improve ment it makes in fattening outtle is ro- inurkublo. Mr. Bluok rofors to Loudon, Lnw- son, and Sir John Sinoluir, authorities on thoso matters, and tho plant botanicully named Trifolium frngiforum is dosnrihed n's hoing a native of tlio sou const of Scotland, and also of Holland, hut tliut it was not of any commercial value. Our correspondent points out that this clover is not the result of aoross between tho red and the white olovors, but has probably boon known for hundreds of yours. To this day it is nearly restricted to the Turwiii distriot on tho coast, where it luxuriates, and it does not apponr to oomo into oxistouco in othor places, ovon whore red and whito olovors aro growing together. Mr. Blaok says that frionds re siding a good distance from tlio aoa coast, to whom ho gave aoeds, report favourably upon its growth when sown on wut ulluvinl or Hooded land.

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  57. WILLS AND BEQUESTS.
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Wednesday 2 July 1902 p 8 Article
    Abstract: The wills of the following have been lodged for probate: -- George Black, late of Tarwin Meadows, Lower Gippsland, grazier. Death occurred on 17th Ma ... 91 words
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    WILLS AND BEQUESTS. The wills o( the following have been lodged for probate;— George Black, late of Tarwin Meadows, Lower Ginpbiand, grazier. Death occurred on 17th May, aim the will is dated 12th May, 1901. Testator left real estate valued at £2S,857, and personal at £18,05S, in trust for the benefit of his widow and cmiuren.

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  58. SALES OF PROPERTIES.
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Thursday 24 July 1902 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Messrs. J. M. Peck and Sons report the sale by private contract of the following properties on the Lower Turwin to the executors of the estate of the ... 165 words
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    SALES OP PROPERTIES. Messrs. J. AT. Peck and Sons report the sale by private contract of the following properties on the Lower Turwin to the executors of the estate of the late George Black: — On account of Mr. James Cashin, his river frontage paddock, consist- ing of 178 acres; Hampton Court, oi 320 acres, with homestead residence; big paddock adjoining, of 803 ncres. . On nccount of Air, Thomas Leva, jun,, homestead block, of 203 ucrcs; paddock ad joining, of 9(1) ncrcs, all river frontages. Theso properties are contiguous to , the famous Tarwin Meadows Estate, and have been purchased by Mr. Black's executors to increase the area of that pro perty.

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  59. Advertising
    Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate (Vic. : 1914 - 1918) Thursday 2 September 1915 p 3 Advertising
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    OR LEASE FOR THREE YEARS From MONDAY, z8th OCTOBER, 1915 The Celebrated Tarwin Meadow. (16 miles from Tarwin Railway Station) South dippsland. The Home of Strawberry Clover. HEAVIEST CARRYING COUNTRY IN THE COMMONWEALTH: To be Let for Dairying, Fattening or Grazing, in Seven Dairy Farms and Five Other Sub-divisions. TWELVE PROPERTIES IN ALL, J. M. Peck & Sons Pty. Ltd., have received instructions from Mr George Murray Black, who has enlisted and is going to the front with a number of his men, and who is Selling off the who'e of his Stock, the last week in September, To Call for Tenders as above of the 7 Dairy Farms, all of which are equipped with capacious Homeoteads, Milk ing Sheds, and all necessary conveniences for Dairying. They range from zoo to 200 acres each, and have carried up to about c2oo Milking Cows. (Tenants renting any of the Dairy Farms can arrange to get a portion of the Pig pens and yards at the Homestead, which is connected with the Dairies by a Tramway). also Hampton, 'of about I,noo acres, with sev eral sub-divisions. This is a splendid Turn out property for Dry Cows, or it may be put to profitable use for growing young Cattle. Some hundred acres of it are well cleared for cultivation, and grows excellent Oaten Hay. Manuka, this property contains about 200oo acres, with a frontage to the Tarwin, and consists of river flats of rich, alluvial soil. The Marsh Paddock, of n70 acres

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  60. Advertising
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    ???? qtr_¡MiintlesOd. Glasses 4d. Abinhsmn, n Rtnind Arc. F ttiishhiralilini'tl tlieoje ot Miss MAUDE BLACK, ^ or iiuyine knowing her whereabouts, ¡ilease com- municate willi her Steii-sistcr. Miss LILY CLOSE, 143 PlnIU|>-stTPot, Sydney._

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  61. WILLS AND BEQUESTS.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 3 July 1902 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The wills of the following deceased persons have been lodged for probate:- George Black, late of Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland, died on May 17 last. ... 263 words
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    WILLS AND BEQUESTS. The wills of the following deceased per- sons have been lodged for probate: George Black, late of Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland, died on May 17 last. By a will executed on May 12, 1901, he left real estate valued at £28,857, and personal estate valued at £18,058, in trust for the benefit of his widow and children

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  62. ART EXHIBITION.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 4 October 1928 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Yesterday afternoon, at the Athen[?]um Gallery, Collins street, the 19th annual exhibition of the Women's Art Club was opened to the public. There ar ... 527 words
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    ART EXHIBITION. Yesterday afternoon at the Atbeureuni Gnllet}, Collins street the 10th annual ex- hibition of the Women's Art Club was opened to the public. There are 140 works on view, and nearly all the departments of painting and drawing are represented. There are also examples of statuary, china painting and pottery. .... Mrs Tompkins and Miss Burgess are responsilble for some interesting china painting and Mrs. Walsoe has some pottery. The exhibition will remain open until October 13.

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  63. LADY STONEHAVEN AT EXHIBITION
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Tuesday 25 October 1938 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Opal chips, aboriginal stone knives, boomerangs and grinding stones which Mr. John A. Gardner collected on his excursions into Central Australia made 297 words
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    LADY STONEHAVEN AT EXHIBITION Opul chips, aboriginal stone knives, boomerangs and grinding stones which Mr. John A. Gardner collected on his excursions into Central Australia made an interesting adjunct to his exhibition of Central Australian paintings, which was opened at the Athcmeum Gallery yesterday by Dr. Deborah Murphy. Declaring that Central Australia meant far more to the people of Australia than they realised, Dr. Murphy said the interior of the continent was rich in everything but water, and added the hope that it would be the British, and not nnother race, that would benefit from that wealth. Australians should turn their attention more to the in terior, and she hoped that Mr. Gardner's pictures, whoso vivid colors were not in the least exaggerated, would create more interest in the "hcautiful and cruel" in land ....Among those noticed in the gallery were Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Croll, Mr. B. B. Murphy, Mrs. M. Walsoe, Mrs. J. S. MacDonald, Dr. L. J. Lewis Balfour, Miss Violet Tcague and Miss Una Teaguc. Miss B. King, Dr. J. Moore, Mrs. Kings- ley Henderson, Mrs, M. Reeson, Mrs, c, H. Lucas, Mrs. R. D. Elliott, Mrs. Ian Conne'l, Mr. William Rowell, Mrs. J. Clymer, Mr. and Mrs. Montague Grover.

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  64. WOMAN'S CRAFTSMANSHIP.
    Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Monday 3 August 1936 p 10 Article
    Abstract: On Tuesday, Mrs. Osland Gibson, of Toorak (Melbourne) will have on view a doll's house, the product of her ingenuity. The money raised by the exhibit ... 337 words
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    Aug. 1936 : "In the library there is a card table, equipped even to cigarettes, and the pictures are by Mr. Norman Trenery, Miss Judy Fraser, Miss Currie. and Mrs. Walsoe." An exhibition in aid of the Animal Welfare League. NB: Maud was a member of the Committee of the Animal Welfare League.

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  65. THE STUDIO. WOMEN'S ART CLUB.
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 11 December 1926 p 55 Article
    Abstract: The members of the Women's Art Club, who are holding their annual exhibition at the Athenaeum Galleries, Melbourne, have gone in for variety of subje ... 281 words
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    WOMEN'S ART CLUB. The members of the Women's Art Club, who are holding their annual exhibition at the Athenaeum Galleries, Melbourne, have gone in for variety of subject and medium. .... There are china paintings by Miss Burgess and Miss Tompkins, and Miss Annie Gates and Mrs. Walsoe show many pieces of well-designed pottery.

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  66. CANVASES KEYED HIGH The Painting Skill of Mr. W. D. Knox
    The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954) Wednesday 13 July 1927 p 5 Article
    Abstract: At the Sedon Galleries Mr. W. D. Knox is showing 27 oil colors of Victorian landscapes. Mr. Knox is a most resolute painter, 516 words
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    Of a very even lot of pictures this writer has a loaning t6 wards Nob. 1, 2, 5, 10, 19 and 22. This exhibition will close on July 23. WOMEN ARTISTS' WORK At tho Athenaeum tho Women's Art Club' are showing their work somewhat earlier than usual. This exhibition is considerably in advanco of the last. .... A small water color No. 129, "Ten Mile Rocks," by Mrs M. Walsoe,. at tracts tho eye, and Miss P. Hurry con tributes an effective flowerpiece.

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  67. OUR WOMAN PAINTERS. AN ATTRACTIVE SHOW.
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Tuesday 29 September 1931 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The exhibition of pictures, sculpture and applied arts by the members of the Melbourne Society of Woman Painters, which will be opened at the Athenae ... 650 words
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    Sept. 1931 at the Athenaeum for the Melbourne Society of Woman Painters : "China painting and pottery are shown by Miss Tompkins, Miss Burrows and Mrs. Walsoe.

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  68. "THE HOME." SEPTEMBER NUMBER.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 2 September 1936 p 14 Article
    Abstract: Australian news and information from abroad hold equal place in the latest number of "The Home," which is now on sale. A series of beautiful portrait ... 221 words
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    E. J. Francis writes In lighter vein of the coming celebrations under the title of "The Sesqul-Something." "Revelation," a short story by Myra Morris, has effective Illustra- tions by Douglas Annand. I. Kaglyama has provided excellent camera-studies of athletes at the Waverley Gymnastic Club (together with some by O. Walsoe) and of Mrs. Y. Hinata and her tiny son in ceremonial dress. Philip Parkinson has written a profusely illustrated article on the Killara Golf Course.

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  69. Woman's World | "DEBS." STRIKE A NEW NOTE Frocks Form Rainbow Color Scheme
    The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954) Thursday 7 July 1927 p 22 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: The popularity of the Debutante Set is wavering. It has been banished altogether from some Mayora balls this winter. At there it is 1044 words
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    Mrs. Douglas Richardson, the pre sident. and members of the Women's Art Club, have Issued Invitations to the opening of their annual exhlbl- tion ot paintings, sculptrure and ap- plied art at the Athenaeum Hall, Col lins street, on July. 13. Mrs. George Swinburne will open the exhibition at 8 o'clock, andit will remain open until July 23. Mrs. Walsoe will take on the duties of honorary secretary, when Miss Looie Harvle leaves for England on July 19.

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  71. WOMAN'S REALM ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL. £7,107 Raised by Auxiliaries.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Wednesday 1 October 1930 p 14 Article
    Abstract: Within the 12 months ended June 30 of this year St. Vincent's Hospital auxiliary had collected more than £7,107/16/3, of which £6,483/1/8 was for the ... 4176 words
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    Oct 1930 at the Fine Art Gallery in Exhibition St., the Women's Art Society Exhibition Maud Walsoe exhibited. M. Mahood too among many others.

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  72. Women's World TO AUSTRALIAN WOMEN HOME TRAINING AT DOMESTIC ARTS SCHOOL, CONVENT F.C.J., VAUCLUSE, RICHMOND.
    Advocate (Melbourne, Vic. : 1868 - 1954) Thursday 21 July 1927 p 38 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: An obvious need in the education of our Catholic girls is some kind of training in domestic work. Many parents complain that their girls, 2752 words
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    WOMEN'S ART CLUB. The eighteenth annual exhibition of the Women's Art Club was opened at the Athenaeum 011 the afternoon of July 13, and will remain open until July 23. The Art Club now includes a large number of distinguished women artists, although it began with a small coterie of enthusiasts who met at each other's studios in order to discuss various aspects of art. As time went on. the numbers increased, and it was decided that an exhibition of work would he helpful. The one condition was that there should be an agreement that the work sent in must be hung in their exhibition for the first time. This adds greatly to the interest of each exhibition, for the work has not been seen before. This exhibition is not confined to painting and etching, but includes applied art and sculpture. There are some very beautiful pieces of china painting by Miss D. Tompkins and Miss E. Burrows, and hand-made pottery by Mrs. Paul Walsoe. With but one or two exceptions, the exhibits are for sale. There are beautiful oils, water colours, and etchings, which range in value from one guinea and a half to thirty guineas.MRS PAUL WALSOE :

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  73. Family Notices
    The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) Friday 28 August 1953 p 16 Family Notices
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    McCALE.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Walsoe and Miss Stella McCale are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father and Father-in-law, William McCale, late of "The Palms." East St., Ipswich, to leave the Funeral Chapel, Limestone St., Ipswich, at 10 o'clock To-morrow (Saturday) Morning, for the Ipswich Ceme- tery. Service at 9.45.

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  74. Family Notices
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 30 April 1935 p 1 Family Notices
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    WALSOE (nee Skertchly) -On the 27th April. Mary Kathrin Walsoe beloved wife of Olaf Walsoe, Berry street, Sherwood Brisbane aged 26 years.

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  75. The suffragist and the squatter : Annie Lister and P S Watson / Norman C Hutchinson
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    The suffragist and the squatter : Annie Lister and P S Watson / Norman C Hutchinson
  76. What did Jesus mean? : a discussion of the Beatitudes / by G. W. H. Lampe (editor), Hugh Jones and P. S. Watson
    Lampe, G. W. H. (Geoffrey William Hugo), 1912-1980
    [ Book : 1955 ]
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  77. MRS. LISTER WATSON'S DEATH Tireless Charity Worker
    The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954) Monday 16 January 1928 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Friends of Mrs. Lister Watson will be shocked, to hear of her sudden death yesterday morning at her home in Studley Park, road, Kew. Mrs. 70 words
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    MRS. LISTER WATSON'S DEATH Tireless Charity Worker Friends of Mrs Lister Watson will bo shocked, to hear of her sudden death yesterday morning at her homo In Studlcy Park, road, Kow. Mrs Watson was connected with many philanthropic organisations, and was always a generous and helpful. worker. One. of her chief Interests wns the Yooralla Hospital school and kinder garten, of which she has been presi dent for. several years.

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  78. MELBOURNE. Holiday-making.
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 21 January 1928 p 14 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Melbourne is a very dull place just now. The continued hot, dry weather is inducing holiday-makers to continue their stay at the sea beaches, and the ... 2134 words
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    Mrs. A. Lister Watson — The sudden death of Mrs. A. Lister Wat son removes from philanthropic circles in Melbourne one whose work was not con fined to arenucs of service familiar to the •public or to her colleagues on the various [committees with which she was associated. A fellow worker who bas known her for 30 yean said recently that the amount of good she did quietly '-could never be esti mated- Of a generous disposition and sym pathetic nature, Mrs. Lister Watson was eager always to help individuals as well as ccuses. One of the pioneer women graduates of Melbourne University, she took an active part, wjtb Miss Vida Gold stein and Mies Alice Henry, in the-early days of the woman's suffrage movement, and although $be had got in recent years taken part lojapy politjcal organisation, she had always kept her interest mpolitic?. She wns the first .secretary ofthe National Council of Women ofVwteyip.aifd was a member of tbeifiret executlve ©otomittee of the-Free Kindergarten; HnMm'pf Victoria. Her work for the Ypcfjtfl* FreeSauderjfarten And HiMpitalSchoolfor Cripple Child-1 rea ii wdt m«A.. flhehad held the office of president <& the committee ever smoe its inception, and the president who fol lows her will be set a high standard. She was also a member of the committee of the Burnley Free Kindergarten, which is the special interest of residents of Kew, and was one of the founders of the Business and .Professional Women's Club, of which she was treasurer.

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  79. Social Gossip
    The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954) Tuesday 24 October 1922 p 9 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: In a letter just received from Mrs A. Lister-Watson, who is at present in England, she stated her 787 words
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    Social Gossip In a letter just received from Mrs A,- Lister-Watson, who is at present in England; shu stated hor Inten- tion of ' being present at the an nual meeting of the British National Council of Women, which was to he held at Cambridge on September 23. Mrs Lister-Wat son, who is much - 1 1 ) 11 LO k UOLLU 111 »-»»«- work of the National Council, was tho first secretary of the movement in Victoria.

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  80. THE LATE MRS. A. L WATSON.
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Tuesday 17 January 1928 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Melbourne women will learn with sincere regret of the death of Mrs. A. Lister Watson, which occurred at her home, Kew, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. 232 words
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    THE LATE MRS. A. U WATSON. Melbourne women will learn with sin cere regret of tho death of Mrs. A. Lister Watson, which -occurred at her home, Kow, ou Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wnt-f sou was a particularly kindly woman, and her bright nature made her a welcome and conspicuous hgiirc in the public activi ties in which she took part. Her special interest and devotion was offered to tho Yoornlln kindergarten for crippled- and delicate children, of which she has been president for some years. Sho took nn active part in the establish ment of 11 suitable building near the Child ren's Hospital, and with the late Sister Faith, devoted much time and care to the welfare. of the children who attend the kindergarten. She was looking forward to big improvements which are contem plated this your, and which should make the work at tho kindergarten yet more satisfactory. She lias boon a member of the Busi ness and Professional Women's Club, and also one of its valued committee mem bers, taking the keenest interest ill the movements in which tho club memhers took a part. Her interests also found ex pression iu tho Nutional Council of Women, iu which sho was always an active and interested member. The lute Airs. Watson was a graduate in urfs of the Mel bourne .University, and a member of the Yicloi-iaii Woman Graduates' Assoeia tion.

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  81. No title
    Gympie Times and Mary River Mining Gazette (Qld. : 1868 - 1919) Tuesday 7 February 1899 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. Lister Watson, who as Miss Nance Lister, M.A., was one of the best speakers amongst members of the Princess Ida Club, has returned to Melbourne ... 225 words
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    Mrs. Lister Watson, who as Miss Nance Lister, M. A., was one of the best speakers amongst members ' of the Princess -Ida Club, has returned to Melbourne from Klondike to visit her mother, but is soon returning with her husband to that Arotio olimate, which she says she quite enjoyed. On the journey .there and back she walked 500 miles, and part of the wav she was dressed as a' boy, for. like any woman who walks long distances beyond civilisation; she found. skirts an im possibility, Some of Mrs. Watson's adven tures, were most thrilling. Once she walked for eight miles through a wood infested with bears, but was guarded from danger by two' big dogs that .followed her, and only left her at the end of the wood. A loaf of dry bread, Mrs. Watson says, she onoe ate with the oon viction that there was no better or sweeter meal .anywhere else on earth. Always a ?ha'aiSome woman and of good physique, she returns to Melbourne as athletic as a Greek goddess. She is a fine platform speaker, who before she left Australia, addressed several meetings to advocate the causa of woman sufierage, and she has so many ad venturas to - relate that her. friends should induce her, to give one leoture before she' leaves again forJKlondyke. ^

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  82. BRITISH AND FOREIGN.
    Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1881 - 1938) Friday 8 February 1918 p 35 Article
    Abstract: His fourth medal for bravery has recently been received by D. Annunnzio, the Italian poet, in recognition of his splendid services during an air raid ... 3939 words
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    Another walsoe : "Three Germans, one of them a captain of marines, have been expelled from Sweden for espionage which unquestion- ably resulted in the sinking of many ships. Their seat of operations was Gothenburg, and their reports appear to have been made through Copenhagen. One posed as a merchant, the second as a teacher of languages, and the third, who was the leader, as a wholesale merchant. Walsoe, the last named, carried on his operations for more than two years before his acti- vities were ended by a traveller who re- cognised him as a German officer and in formed the police, Walsoe got wind, of what was coming and got away to Copen hagen before the police visited him."

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  83. AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES.
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973) Thursday 26 September 1946 [Issue No.182] p 2728 Government Gazette Appointments And Employment
    Extract: AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES. HIS Royal Highness the Governor-General in Council has approved of the following changes, &e., being made in connexion with the ... 10035 words
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    NX70221 O. M. Walsoe, M.C., 29th June, 1946,

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  84. CAMERA CRAFT
    The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Saturday 20 January 1940 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The serious amateur photographer—the man or woman who makes of the art a hobby which engages most of his or her spare time—has often been spoken of a ... 1285 words
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    Each month the society held a com- petition on various subjects and these contests showed a marked improve- ment in the standard of work. The society's thanks were accorded to Mr Walsoe, of Kodak's Sydney branch, who assisted a great deal by marking and commenting on a number of com- petition entries.

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