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2 noelwoodhouse 3,978,449
3 NeilHamilton 3,442,244
4 DonnaTelfer 3,397,527
5 Rhonda.M 3,337,139
...
763 clethaby 61,621
764 Greybeard 61,179
765 SEButler 61,066
766 rjcarter 60,998
767 kswann 60,968
768 Rockingham2 60,703

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November 2019 2,273
October 2019 1,135
September 2019 1,272
August 2019 1,563
July 2019 339
June 2019 1,007
May 2019 809
April 2019 1,980
March 2019 1,709
February 2019 789
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December 2018 838
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July 2018 36
May 2018 35
April 2018 1,194
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November 2017 2
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August 2017 2,073
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December 2016 719
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October 2016 336
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June 2016 70
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December 2015 3,168
November 2015 403
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September 2015 469
August 2015 1,138
July 2015 1,447
June 2015 487
May 2015 336
April 2015 514
March 2015 2,445
February 2015 1,003
December 2014 429
November 2014 662
October 2014 1,007
September 2014 808
August 2014 26
June 2014 188
May 2014 79
March 2014 672
February 2014 595

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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,936,951
2 noelwoodhouse 3,978,449
3 NeilHamilton 3,442,115
4 DonnaTelfer 3,397,501
5 Rhonda.M 3,337,126
...
761 clethaby 61,617
762 Greybeard 61,179
763 kswann 60,965
764 rjcarter 60,957
765 Rockingham2 60,703
766 Kym-from-Queensland 60,553

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Corrections by month

February 2020 471
January 2020 2,563
December 2019 854
November 2019 2,273
October 2019 1,135
September 2019 1,272
August 2019 1,563
July 2019 339
June 2019 1,007
May 2019 809
April 2019 1,980
March 2019 1,709
February 2019 789
January 2019 1,089
December 2018 838
November 2018 1,696
October 2018 569
September 2018 905
August 2018 762
July 2018 36
May 2018 35
April 2018 1,194
March 2018 89
February 2018 482
January 2018 183
December 2017 132
November 2017 2
October 2017 77
September 2017 557
August 2017 2,073
July 2017 1,457
June 2017 1,568
May 2017 824
April 2017 578
March 2017 1,314
February 2017 1,200
January 2017 1,297
December 2016 702
November 2016 744
October 2016 336
September 2016 388
August 2016 1,995
July 2016 1,179
June 2016 70
April 2016 164
March 2016 1,452
February 2016 262
January 2016 1,116
December 2015 3,168
November 2015 403
October 2015 952
September 2015 469
August 2015 1,138
July 2015 1,447
June 2015 487
May 2015 336
April 2015 514
March 2015 2,445
February 2015 1,003
December 2014 429
November 2014 662
October 2014 1,007
September 2014 808
August 2014 26
June 2014 188
May 2014 79
March 2014 672
February 2014 595

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1 jaybee67 352,200
2 GeoffMMutton 148,653
3 PhilThomas 143,713
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
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784 BLKV 41
785 greenpoint 41
786 Macdon1pri2 41
787 rjcarter 41
788 unkownfamily 41
789 andrewhawthorneast 40

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CRICKET. DANDENONG V. EAST MELBOURNE. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 27 November 1889 [Issue No.30] page 3 2020-02-17 07:19 *D.ANDENO'G V. EAST 3?ELBOURNE.
A team from the East, Melbourne
club journeyed to Danidenung on Thurs
day last and gave the llocals a day's
leather-hunting. Battiig first, they
put. up.,tl}e respectable score of 185
before the last wicket fell, Harry play
ng a' good luck game, being missed
about six times in the field;but was
caughlt at lst after making 70. Manil
cinn also. batted cwell, but Bolde, itli
his .usual l'uck, was snapped uup at
For, the locals Littla played well, put
ting up -8, in- good style, and Dowell
also showed to the fore., :.
DANDENONG V. EAST MELBOURNE.
A team from the East Melbourne
club journeyed to Dandenong on Thurs-
day last and gave the locals a day's
leather-hunting. Batting first, they
put up the respectable score of 185
before the last wicket fell, Harry play-
ng a good luck game, being missed
about six times in the field; but was
caught at last after making 70. Man-
ning also.batted well, but Boyle, with
his usual luck, was snapped up at
For, the locals Little played well, put-
ting up 28, in good style, and Dowell
also showed to the fore.
SOUTH MELBOURNE V. DANDENONG. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 16 February 1889 [Issue No.1194] page 31 2020-02-15 07:28 DANDENONONG.
DANDENONG.
R. Keys, c Morris, b J. B. Barrett 0
Purdy, b J. E. Barrett .. .. 16
J. Keys (not out) 0
Sundries 7
Bowman, lbw, b Renfree ... 63
Steele, b Renfree ... 18
Sundries ... 6
Total ... 269
Cricket. DANDENONG V. EAST MELBOURNE. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 19 December 1888 [Issue No.33] page 2 2020-02-15 07:07 Dinsassoso c, E.sr TM osBORE.
owingprincipallyto bad fielding. Lewis
ever before he had scored, he was miss
DANDENONG v. EAST MELBOURNE..
owing principally to bad fielding. Lewis
ever before he had scored, he was miss-
Cricket. DANDENONG V. BERWICK. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 5 December 1888 [Issue No.31] page 3 2020-02-15 06:13 expected, as the. Berwick team is just
expected, as the Berwick team is just
DANDENONG CRICKET CLUB. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 5 September 1888 [Issue No.18] page 2 2020-02-14 06:50 average of 40. ý. :. ritn,,,, m:: .;
You will perceive by the ha?-n:e hest
the total receipts ibr the s?e~-an were £7;
19s. 3d.. and the totalex;'pediture. e414.
5;1., leavinga. creit halat:eo £f'914. li?
This is very ratifinz ito uac , c: ?e
itr: we started with an ver de'i: of £ 12.
SL anti Inst over £2f3 thrrurh the sr:s
To bring out a bIlance like t ;; e~ces
our mont sanguine exectationa, anJ we
heartily thank all those who have -asstdl
us to do so with their liberal ,-'stians
and otherwise. In o caluion we beet o
thank our Hon. Secretary for the trou)bO
he has taken and the timh he h-s dero:Cl
to the club. . JDonor., chairtan c.
DANDENONG CRICKET CLUB.
Dowell, Purdy, Tharle, M. Evans, A.
average of 40. .W. Wauchope
You will perceive by the balance sheet
the total receipts for the season were £77
19s. 3d. and the total expediture, £48 4s.
5d, leaving a. credit balance of £29 14s.10d
This is very gratifying to us , consider-
ing: we started with an overdraft of £6 12s.
8d and lost over £20 through the sports.
To bring out a balance like this exceeds
our most sanguine expectations, and we
heartily thank all those who have assisted
us to do so with their liberal donations
and otherwise. In conclusion we beg to
thank our Hon. Secretary for the trouble
he has taken and the time he has devoted
to the club. J. Dowell, chairman of
CRICKET. DANDENONG v. DAYLESFORD. (Detailed lists, results, guides), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 1 January 1890 [Issue No.35] page 2 2020-02-12 15:40 DANDE'O'o V. DAYi.LESFORD.
the latter on Oliistmas Day, and resulted
in avictory for the visitors by an innings
and 185 runs. Appended aire the scores:
S DANDENOsG.-First Innings.
.. Turner. not ont. .. ... :;110
I-. Kevs. b Hines ... ... 7
G. Hyde, b Youiig* :! ... ..
J. Pears, b Burr -:.:- .. ... 2
W. Pardy, b lines ..; .... ... 38
A. Evaihs,b Hines 0
W. George, c Sullivan,b Roynolds... 14,
H. Renfre, b Iines... ... .... 44
.J. Dowell, b Hines' ... -:.....
C. Hobbs,, c and b enolds ... 27
Sundries... ... . ..
- DjsYLESPORD,-First Innings.
P.-Young, c Tarner, b Renfree ... 23
13. Rumble, b Ivde ... ... ., 2:
SE. Jeffrics, e J. Keys.'b Ienfree ... II
J. Woods, cPears, b Renire ,... 0
SW. Sullivan, st Dowell . ::. : i 1
])r. Willisc Pulrdv b Renfree .. 1'
A. Miller, st Dowell. b Renfree ..; 0
W. M'Kirdy, st Refree ... -' ... O
J. Sampsont.'e J. Kevs b Hyde - ... i -e
J. B.rr el obts b Ivde.: ..
w./Hg ot oi,..". :... y... 2
Second Inning.?
P. Young, c and b Reeiiree.. ... 3 '
itumble, unt out ... ... . 32
Jeffries. st Dowell b Renfree· >:..,' 3
. ierriolds,b J, Kcrs.. . :..; :..- 1'
Sullivan. c, Dowell, b Renfreo ... 01.
SWillis. run out . .a :., ...
, A. Miller.c J. Kevs. b Rlenfrao .;,
I. Crocket b lt. kes:. . 7
W. Ranmsay. c Renfrec, b R. Key... 4
J1' Bair. b R. Kevs ... ... ..
Hines, b R Kys .. 3
DANDENONG V. DAYLESFORD.
the latter on Christmas Day, and resulted
in a victory for the visitors by an innings
and 185 runs. Appended are the scores:
DANDENONG.-First Innings.
J. Turner. not out. .. ... 110
R. Keys. b Hines ... ... 7
G. Hyde, b Young ... .. 51
J. Pears, b Burr .. ... 2
W. Purdy, b Hines ..; .... ... 38
A. Evans,b Hines 0
W. George, c Sullivan,b Reynolds... 14,
H. Renfree, b Hines... ... .... 44
.J. Dowell, b Hines ... ..... 8
C. Hobbs, c and b Reynolds ... 27
Sundries... ... . .. 10
DAYLESFORD,-First Innings.
P. Young, c Turner, b Renfree ... 23
13. Rumble, b Hyde ... ... ., 2:
E. Jeffries, c J. Keys. b Renfree ... II
J. Woods, c Pears, b Renfree ,... 0
W. Sullivan, st Dowell ... ... 1
Dr. Willis Purdy b Renfree .. 1
A. Miller, st Dowell. b Renfree .. 10
W. M'Kirdy, st Renfree ... ... 0
J. Sampsont, c J. Keys b Hyde ... 6
J. Burr, c Hobbs b Hyde.: .. 15
W. Hi? not out. :... ... 2
Total ... ... ... 71
Second Innings
P. Young, c and b Renfree.. ... 3
Rumble, not out ... ... . 32
Jeffries. st Dowell b Renfree ..,3
Reynolds, b J, Keys.. . ... 11
Sullivan. c, Dowell, b Renfree ... 0.
Willis. run out . . ... 3
A. Miller.c J. Keys. b Renfree ... ... 5
R Crocket, b R. Keys. . 7
W. Ramsay, c Renfree, b R. Keys... 4
J. Burr, b R. Keys ... ... .. 2
Hines, b R. Keys .. 13
DANDENONG V. BERWICK. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 27 November 1889 [Issue No.30] page 3 2020-02-12 15:11 DANDE\O\G V. DERiiICK.
.The first three days match iof the
season betweesn the above old rivals was
initiated last Saturday on thle ,ground
of the former.: It, was to liave <om
menced on' the previous Saturday, but
weatlher, andl it was `decided to start
'half an houriearlier o:dnthe reimaininig
two days,.so as to playthe pmatch out'
if pdssible. There iwh rather a late
start made, owing to some of tlhevisitors
not turning up to time, but there.was
justsuffidient time for an innings each,
Berwickl htting two.men short. The.
the locals in to-bat oii a perfect wicket
(Do~~ l'li vianR beeni attending to it all
the week.) '. Hyde and G.;Watson were
the first representatives aiid made a
'good' stand, botli' bitting' wll.l" Hyde
wias in great form, hitting hard ~nd
not iving a chance, and: totted up 83
runs by good cricketY R. Keys: then
went in hubit did not seem quitoie it
nohie. iG. Hyde 83, W. Purdy 31, G.
WVatson 19, Kirkpatrick 18, Little 14i
Thlie visiting team took the wickets; but
made- a poor stand-against Little,
whose bowling was unplayable. - Out
six, for the small icost of 35 runs. `J.
Paternoster and Visseux were .the
only ones to reach double figures, nmak
ing 24 and 13 respectively. , Their
innings closed iust seven minutes to.
six for the small total of 78, they bat-.
in the local Park, on Saturday next,
Hobbs. Kelley, W. G. Keys, 31elvelle,
DANDENONG V. BERWICK.
The first three days match of the
season between the above old rivals was
initiated last Saturday on the ground
of the former. It, was to have com-
menced on the previous Saturday, but
weather, and it was decided to start
half an hour earlier on the remaining
two days, so as to play the match out
if possible. There was rather a late
start made, owing to some of the visitors
not turning up to time, but there was
just sufficient time for an innings each,
Berwick batting two men short. The
the locals in to bat on a perfect wicket
(Dowell having been attending to it all
the week.) Hyde and G. Watson were
the first representatives and made a
good stand, both batting well. Hyde
was in great form, hitting hard and
not having a chance, and totted up 83
runs by good cricket. R. Keys then
went in, but did not seem quite at
home. G. Hyde 83, W. Purdy 31, G.
Watson 19, Kirkpatrick 18, Little 14,
The visiting team took the wickets; but
made a poor stand against Little,
whose bowling was unplayable. Out
six, for the small cost of 35 runs. J.
Paternoster and Visseux were the
only ones to reach double figures, mak-
ing 24 and 13 respectively. Their
innings closed just seven minutes to
six for the small total of 78, they bat-
in the local Park, on Saturday next.
Hobbs. Kelley, W. G. Keys, Melvelle,
DANDENONG CRICKET CLUB. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 18 September 1889 [Issue No.20] page 3 2020-02-12 07:32 which showed that, the club was riot in a
£1 18a! to itsacredit, compared with .£29
sheet having been audited and found cor
mlost distinnisehed themselves were G-on.
Watson, who won both batting and bowl
score handicap with the grand score, of 100
The electionnof officers forensuingseason
L.LA.,and Cid. Hutton: President:1Mr:
J. F. Ogden. Vice-presidents: Mbessrs.
W. A. Pender, C. H. Dawson, J. Hem-.
naings, ML Maiepherson. H. M. Sutherland
and Drs. Smith and Moore. Committee:
R. Kelley added. Captain:. J.:Dowell.
Treasurer: 3Mr. A. T. McLean. Hon.
Secretary: Mr. H. Renfree: ,r
. Prizes were promised by M3essrs. I.
Keys, J. Ross and3L Evans for competi
tion during the ensuing season. -
batting averages for the past season':
Bowwao Avasaocs.
R.Keys .. i°...628 59 18621' 110 1038
H. Renfree .. .81 54 171 12 101041
G. Hyde !177 16 58 9 1393 1
I. Keys 2..290 10125120150 29
B ima A E
H Z
G. Watson . ...5301 4 S' 3.9 3 '
R Keys :.. 2 65 s 13
G. Hyde 5.3626 '3 85" 206I1
W. Purdy .. "57127 5' 135. 23'7
H. entree 4..S. 8 3 6S 21
I. Keys 9.220 2 53. 15-2
HW G. Keys ..... 1918 8 31 14 9
J. Dowell ...... ? ? 3 153 14.5
J. Keys ... ... 8 3 64 1
V. Leeky .. .. 1' 1 14 134
" Not out.
-------------
ing members present, and Mr. J. F. Ogden
which showed that the club was not in a
£1 18s to its credit, compared with £29
sheet having been audited and found cor-
most distinguished themselves were Geo.
Watson, who won both batting and bowl-
score handicap with the grand score of 100
The election of officers for ensuing season
M.LA.,and Col. Hutton: President;Mr.
J. F. Ogden. Vice-presidents: Messrs.
W. A. Pender, C. H. Dawson, J. Hem-
mings, M. Macpherson. H. M. Sutherland
and Drs. Smith and Moore. Committee;
R. Kelley added. Captain; J. Dowell.
Treasurer: Mr. A. T. McLean. Hon.
Secretary: Mr. H. Renfree.
. Prizes were promised by Messrs. I.
Keys, J. Ross and M. Evans for competi-
tion during the ensuing season.
batting averages for the past season:-
BOWLING AVERAGES..
NAME RUNS WICKETS OVERS MAIDENS BALLS AVERAGE
G. Watson 371 37 124 18 740 10.1
R.Keys 628 59 186 21 1180 10.38
H. Renfree 581 54 171 12 1085 10.41
G. Hyde 177 16 58 9 348 11.1
I. Keys 290 10 125 20 150 29
BATTING AVERAGES
NAME RUNS INNINGS TIMES NOT OUT MOST IN AN INNINGS AVERAGE
G. Watson 530 24 4 89* 33.2
R Keys 526 23 2 65 27.13
G. Hyde 536 26 3 85 26.16
W. Purdy 557 27 5 135* 25.7
H. Rentree 483 26 3 68 21
I. Keys 272 20 2 53 15.2
W G. Keys 149 18 8 31* 14 9
J. Dowell 313 25 3 35* 14.5
J. Keys 184 16 3 64* 14.2
V. Lecky 251 20 4 64 13.4
*Not out.
CRICKET. DANDENONG V. KEW. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 24 April 1889 [Issue No.51] page 3 2020-02-12 06:41 D.fl'DNEaoGa v. Kaw.
looked'rather bad for the local team until
made sore of 44. It. Keys then went in
and. although he was unwell he put
together 33 by good play. 31. 'Evans
of the wickets, lint it waas getting very
made 36 'for. the loss of 5 wickets, of
which Littlefield made 19," the. others
making very poor.. scores. .The' game
resulted in a draw in favor of Dandeenong.
DANDENONG v. KEW
looked rather bad for the local team until
made sore of 44. R. Keys then went in
and although he was unwell he put
together 33 by good play. Evans
of the wickets, but it was getting very
made 36 for the loss of 5 wickets, of
which Littlefield made 19, the. others
making very poor scores. The game
resulted in a draw in favor of Dandenong.
Cricket. DANDENONG V. BERWICK. (Article), South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1877 - 1920; 1926 - 1927), Wednesday 10 April 1889 [Issue No.49] page 2 2020-02-12 06:27 Bros., the.not out men for Berwick, re-
stand at, the wickets, but Graham was
dinner at Mrs. Baiu's, which was served
up in that lady's best style. Afterall had
prevail, between two clubs such near
Bros., the not out men for Berwick, re-
stand at the wickets, but Graham was
dinner at Mrs. Bain's, which was served
up in that lady's best style. After all had
prevail between two clubs such near

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  12. Dandenong Salvation Army
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    History of the Dandenong Salvation Army

    120 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2017-02-02
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  13. Dandenong water supply
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    This list was developed as a research project for the Dandenong Historical Society by Ray Carter.

    It covers the period 1880 to 1954.

    117 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2015-07-12
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  14. Drakeford
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    47 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2017-03-23
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  15. Early Dandenong
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    Created by Ray Carter for the Dandenong Historical Society

    In January 2017, the List was broken into 4 parts, each with its own List.
    The original List becomes Early Dandenong Part 1: before 1850
    Other parts are::
    Early Dandenong Part 2: 1850 to 1874
    Early Dandenong Part 3: 1875 to 1899
    Early Dandenong Part 4: 1900+

    Other Lists created by Ray include
    Dandenong Floods
    Dandenong Creek drownings
    Dandenong Land Sales
    Dandenong Maps
    Dandenong Salvation Army
    Dandenong Water Supply
    Hemmings at Dandenong
    John Wood Beilby
    Mosig
    Orleigh Park at Dandenong
    Oscar Asche
    Saltbush Bill
    Salvation Army at Pakenham
    Some Pastoral Pioneers
    The Argus 1954 Souvenir of Dandenong
    Wedge family
    "Wedge" in South Bourke & Mornington Journal

    61 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2015-08-05
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  16. Early Dandenong Part 2: 1850-1874
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    78 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2016-12-21
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  17. Early Dandenong Part 3: 1875-1899
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    161 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2016-12-20
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  18. Early Dandenong Part 4: 1900+
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    139 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2016-12-18
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  19. Hemmings at Dandenong
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    47 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2016-09-22
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  20. John Helder Wedge
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    26 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2017-12-30
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  21. John Wood Beilby
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    95 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2016-12-27
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  22. Methodist Church
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    5 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2019-09-27
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  23. Mosig
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    167 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2017-03-09
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  24. Orleigh Park at Dandenong
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    Race horse training facility at Dandenong North

    Known as Orleigh Park from about 1880 to 1920 and run by Heywood family

    Another horse training facility known as Braeside was owned by Dr. A Syme (known also as S. A. Rawdon) at about the same time.

    After Braeside was acquired in about 1929 for a sewerage farm, the owners bought Orleigh Park and re-named it as Rawdon Hill. After Dr Syme's death in about 1950, the land was gradually subdivided.

    The progress of subdivision was slow, but accelerated when the Monash Freeway was built through the property in 1974. Today, EastLink also passes through the property, and the intersection of the freeways also exists on that land.

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    created by: public:rjcarter 2016-08-09
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  25. Oscar Asche
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    43 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2018-09-13
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  26. Renfree
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    Renfree family associated with the Dandenong Wesleyan Church

    85 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2019-10-13
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  27. Renfree tags
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    32 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2020-01-07
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  28. Saltbush Bill
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    36 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2018-09-12
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  29. Salvation Army at Pakenham
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    69 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2017-01-31
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  30. SB&MJ obituaries
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    5 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2019-10-07
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  31. Some "Pastoral Pioneers"
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    A long series of stories named "Pastoral Pioneers" appeared in "The Australasian" in the 1930s.

    This List contains some articles from that series whose subjects had a connection with Dandenong or runs in the area around Dandenong.

    8 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2017-06-05
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  32. The Argus 1954 Souvenir of Dandenong
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    At 14 pages long, this souvenir was almost half of the 30-page Argus of the day.

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    created by: public:rjcarter 2017-06-23
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  33. Wedge family
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    250 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2018-01-07
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  34. Wedge, in Sth Bourke & Mornington Journal
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    References to "Wedge" found in the South Bourke & Mornington Journal. There are probably other references.

    Look in the "Wedge family" List for a very large number of references to the wedge family found by the use of the search term "Wedge family" and the restriction to the category "family notices" but not restricting the search to any newspaper.

    Look in WikiTree to see detailed information about many of the Australian members of the Wedge family tree.

    51 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2018-05-31
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  35. Wesleyan Church at Dandenong
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    130 items
    created by: public:rjcarter 2019-07-18
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