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  • Index: Smart, Judith : Introduction /​ p. 3 Niewqójt, Lawrence : 'First impressions of Victoria's forest landscapes' (article) /​ p. 6-21 Longmire, Anne : 'Raciness and ease? S.T. Gill and the 'Arm-chair' (article) /​ p. 22-44 Tyler, Robert Llewellyn : 'The Welsh-language press in colonial Victoria' (article) /​ p. 45-60 Gardner, Peter D. : 'Brief notes on some fraudulent aspects of the secret compositions of William Lawrence Baillieu and friends, 1892' (article) /​ p. 61-75 Reeve, John : 'Masters of history: three students of Trinity College' (article) /​ p. 76-90 Davison, Graeme : 'Founding Monash: the University and the promise of modernity' (article) /​ p. 91-114 Lemon, Andrew : review article on: 'Sport and racing in colonial Melbourne - the cousins and me: Colden Harrison, Tom Wills and William Hammersley' (Gillian Hibbins, 2007) /​ p. 115-120 Damousi, Joy : review of 'A national game: the history of Australian Rules Football' (Rob Hess, Matthew Nicholson, Bob Stewart and Gregory De Moore, 2008) /​ p. 121-123 Colligan, Mimi : review of 'The Chinawoman' (Ken Oldis, 2008) /​ p. 123-124 Brown, Gavin : review of 'The road to Emmaus: a history of the Blessed Sacrament Congregation in Australia' (Damien Cash, 2007) /​ p. 124-126 Yule, Peter : review of 'An assemblage of decent men and women: a history of the Anglican Parish of St Mary's North Melbourne' (John Rickard, 2008) /​ p. 126-128 Yule, Peter : review of 'Highs and lows: the Anglican Parish of Christ Church Brunswick, 1855-2002' (Paul Nicholls, 2007) /​ p. 126-128 Rickard, John : review of 'Crescendo: Melbourne Symphony Orchestra celebrating 100 years' (Stella M. Barbour, 2007) /​ p. 128-130 Russell, Geoff : review of 'Living by water: a history of Barwon Water and its predecessors' (Leigh Edmonds, 2005) /​ p. 130-132 Sturrock, Morna : review of 'Nobody's Valentine: letters in the life of Valentine Leeper, 1900-2001' (Marion Poynter, /​ p. 132-134 Colligan, Mimi : review of 'Walter Woodbury: a Victorian study' (The Royal Photographic Society, Victorian Chapter, 2008) /​ p. 134-136 Kelly, Farley : review of 'Anna s journey. a British lady in West Africa and colonial Australia' (Dawn Peel, 2008) /​ p. 136-138 Aborigines : and origins of Australian Rules football /​ p. 120 Aborigines : cricket team sent to England /​ p. 117 Aborigines : S.T. Gill drawings of /​ p. 36-7 Aborigines : Wathaurong people, in Geelong area /​ p. 131 ‘Adelaide Times’ : S.T. Gill, and satire in, 1849 /​ p. 31 ‘Age’, Melbourne : editorial on deficiencies in Australian science and technology /​ p. 92 Alloo, James, undercover detective : /​ p. 123 Andrew, Dr Richard Roderick, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Monash University : /​ p. 100, 102 Andrew, Dr Richard Roderick, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Andrew, Dr Richard Roderick, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Monash University : on interim council, Monash University /​ p. 97 Anglican Church of Australia : histories of St Mary’s Church, North Melbourne, and Christ Church, Brunswick, reviewed /​ p. 126-8 Anti-Liquor League : satirized by S.T. Gill, 1854 /​ p. 40 Anti-Vice League, Melbourne : satirized in ‘Arm Chair’ /​ p. 26-27 ‘Argus’, Melbourne : /​ p. 39, 40 ‘Argus’, Melbourne : advertised start of ‘Arm-Chair’ /​ p. 23 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : and Aborigines /​ p. 36-7 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : and Young Australia /​ p. 29-30 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : attitude to women /​ p. 34-5 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : conservative nature of /​ p. 31-2 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : first published /​ p. 23 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : friend of the digger /​ p. 29 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : ‘Herr Swindldmann buying an estate’, by S.T. Gill (illustration) /​ p. 33 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : last issues of /​ p. 38-40 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : licence hunt, 1853, by S.T. Gill (illustration) /​ p. 27 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : name changed /​ p. 26 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : office locations /​ p. 37-8 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : Rowe’s Circus in Melbourne, 1854, by S.T. Gill (illustration) /​ p. 26 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : satire in /​ p. 26-9, 31 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : satirical journal, illustrated by S.T. Gill /​ p. 4, 22-44 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : ‘Tambo, I say’, by S.T. Gill (illustration) /​ p. 38 ‘Arm Chair, or Melbourne Charivari’ : ‘The Reason why drunkenness is so prevalent and so fatal in Melbourne’, by S.T. Gill (illustration) /​ p. 36 Aron, Maurice : partner of Benjamin Fink /​ p. 71, 72 Arthur’s Seat : soils of, described by Flinders and Good /​ p. 13-14 Atkinson, C., manager, Wallach's Limited [Wallachs Limited] : /​ p. 72 Australian City and Suburban Banking Co : /​ p. 74 Australian Universities Commission : 1st report, 1959, and Monash University /​ p. 104 Bage, Anna Newsom : journals of, in ‘Anna’s Journey’, by Dawn Peel, reviewed /​ p. 136-8 Bage, Edward, surveyor : /​ p. 137-8, 161 Bagot, Robert Cooper : /​ p. 117 Baillieu, Arthur Sydney : /​ p. 70, 71, 72 Baillieu, Arthur Sydney : liquidator of companies /​ p. 67, 74 Baillieu, Edward Lloyd : /​ p. 70 Baillieu, Edward Lloyd : had shares in Camberwell Estate Co. /​ p. 65, 66, 67 Baillieu, Edward Lloyd : in Melbourne Joint Stock Bank /​ p. 66 Baillieu, James Lambert : had shares in Camberwell Estate Co. /​ p. 65 Baillieu, Robert Frederick : /​ p. 70 Baillieu, William Lawrence : /​ p. 4 Baillieu, William Lawrence : as liquidator of land companies /​ p. 74-5 Baillieu, William Lawrence : fate of, if he had been forced through Bankruptcy Court /​ p. 69 Baillieu, William Lawrence : insolvency of /​ p. 61-2 Baillieu, William Lawrence : Melbourne Joint Stock Bank /​ p. 66 Baillieu, William Lawrence : mining interests /​ p. 74 Baillieu, William Lawrence : ‘secret composition’ of /​ p. 63, 72-4 Baillieu, William Lawrence : shares in Camberwell Estate Co. /​ p. 65-6 Baillieu, William Lawrence : shares in City Newspapers Co. /​ p. 64 Baillieu, William Lawrence : speculator in 1880s land boom /​ p. 61 Ballarat : notable Welsh citizens /​ p. 47-9 Ballarat : Welsh settlers in /​ p. 46-7 ‘Ballarat Star’ : on Welsh in Ballarat, 1869 /​ p. 49 Ballarat Welsh Bible Society : /​ p. 47 Ballarat Welsh Independent Church : /​ p. 47 Baptist Church : Welsh Baptist prayer meeting, Ballarat /​ p. 47 Barassi, Ronald Dale (Ron), footballer : /​ p. 122 Barbour, Stella M. : ‘Crescendo: Melbourne Symphony Orchestra celebrating 100 years’, by, reviewed /​ p. 128-30 Barry, Sir Redmond : and trial of Chinese for murder, 1857 /​ p. 123 Barwon Region Water Authority : history of, by Leigh Edmonds, reviewed /​ p. 130-2 Barwon River : as source of Geelong’s water supply /​ p. 131 Bates, Smart and McCutcheon, architects : /​ p. 102 Bay Excursion Co., shares in, held by W.L. Baillieu : /​ p. 72, 74 Becker, Ludwig Philipp Heinrich : paintings of Melbourne /​ p. 123 Behan, Sir John Clifford Valentine, Warden, Trinity College : and Manning Clark and Chester Wilmot /​ p. 77 Bennett, Bertha, Mrs, daughter of Sir John Monash : /​ p. 96 Best, Sir Robert Watson, partner of Theodore Fink : had shares in Camberwell Estate Co. /​ p. 66 Bevan, Revd Llewellyn David, Congregational minister, Melbourne : praised Welsh people in America and Victoria /​ p. 46 Bible and Religious Tracts Society, Ballarat : /​ p. 47 Bickford, E.I., shareholder, Wallach's Limited [Wallachs Limited] : /​ p. 72 Black Rock, near Geelong, sewage ocean outfall : /​ p. 132 Blackwood, Sir Robert Rutherford : /​ p. 103-4 Blackwood, Sir Robert Rutherford : and interim council, Monash University (illustration) /​ p. 97 Blackwood, Sir Robert Rutherford : chaired Interim Council, Monash University /​ p. 96-98 Blackwood, Sir Robert Rutherford : ‘Monash University: The First Ten Years’, by /​ p. 103 Blackwood, Sir Robert Rutherford : on students using cars /​ p. 99 Blainey, Geoffrey Norman : ‘A Game of our Own’, by, cited /​ p. 119 Blessed Sacrament Congregation, in Australia : history of, by Damien Cash, reviewed /​ p. 124-6 Bloomfield, John Stoughton, MLA, Minister for Education : and interim council, Monash University (illustration) /​ p. 97 Bloomfield, John Stoughton, MLA, Minister for Education : introduced Bill to establish Monash University /​ p. 91, 95-6 Blundell, James J., printer, Melbourne : /​ p. 24 Boase, F.W. auctioneer, shareholder in Stock and Share Pty Ltd : /​ p. 67, 73 Bodi, Dr Leslie, Professor of German, Monash University : /​ p. 101 Bolte, Sir Henry Edward, Premier of Victoria : /​ p. 99 Bolte, Sir Henry Edward, Premier of Victoria : and interim council, Monash University (illustration) /​ p. 97 Bolte, Sir Henry Edward, Premier of Victoria : sought foreign investment for Victoria /​ p. 98 Bolton, Geoffrey Curgenven : on destruction of native forests /​ p. 7 Bond, Harry, traveller, shareholder in Stock and Share Pty Ltd : /​ p. 67 Bone, E., shareholder in Camberwell Estate Co. : /​ p. 65 Bonyhady, Tim : ‘The Colonial Earth’, by, cited /​ p. 18 Borrie, Edwin Fullarton, Town Planner, Melbourne City Council : report on site for Monash University /​ p. 98-9 Bourke Street Freehold and Investment Co. : /​ p. 65, 66, 73, 74 Boyd, Robin Gerard Penleigh : on designs for Monash University /​ p. 105 Braham and Pirani, solicitors, Melbourne : /​ p. 63, 70 Brodribb, Albert, settler in Gippsland : /​ p. 16-17 Broken Hill and Argenton Smelting Company : /​ p. 72, 73 Brown, Dr Ronald Drayton (Ron), Professor of Chemistry, Monash University : /​ p. 100 Brown, Dr Ronald Drayton (Ron), Professor of Chemistry, Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Brown, Gavin : /​ p. 139 Brunswick, Christ Church : history of, by Paul Nicholls, reviewed /​ p. 126-8 Brunswick Investment Co., liquidation of : /​ p. 74 Brunt, Maureen, Professor of Economics, Monash University : /​ p. 100 Bryant, Jerry, publican, Melbourne : and beginnings of Australian Rules Football /​ p. 119 Butchart, James Douglas, Asst Registrar, Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Butterfield, Edward : /​ p. 41-2 Butterfield, Edward : editor of satirical magazine, ‘Arm-Chair’, 1853-4 /​ p. 22, 23, 30-2, 37-40 Butterfield, Edward : on collapse and demise of ‘Arm Chair’ /​ p. 39-40 Butterfield, Edward : on ‘New Chums’ /​ p. 29 Butterfield, Edward : poem, ‘New Creed’, by /​ p. 40 Butterfield, Edward : satirized religion /​ p. 26-7, 38-9 Butterfield, Edward : secured S.T. Gill as illustrator /​ p. 23 Calvert, Samuel : founded Artist’s Repository in Adelaide /​ p. 25 Calvert, Samuel : illustrator, with S.T. Gill, for ‘Arm Chair’ /​ p. 24-5, 29 Calvert, Samuel : launched ‘Victoria Illustrated and Commercial Almanac for 1854’ /​ p. 25 Calvinistic Methodist Church, Sebastopol : and founding of ‘Yr Australlyd’ /​ p. 49-50 Calvinistic Methodist Church, Sebastopol : Band of Hope of, trip to Ballarat Gardens /​ p. 47 Camberwell Estate Co. : /​ p. 65, 74 Campbell, J.S., printer, Melbourne : /​ p. 24 Cannon, Michael Montague : ‘The Land Boomers’, by, cited /​ p. 62-4, 66-8 Carne, William Albert : history of Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Society, by, cited /​ p. 129 Cash, Damien : ‘The Road to Emmaus: A History of the Blessed Sacrament Congregation in Australia’, reviewed /​ p. 124-6 Catholic Church : ‘History of Blessed Sacrament Congregation in Australia’, by Damien Cash, reviewed /​ p. 124-6 Caulfield Racecourse : seen as site for Monash University /​ p. 99 Central Preston Co. : /​ p. 73, 74 Chatsworth Estate, liquidation of : /​ p. 74 Chinese, in Victoria : /​ p. 123-4 Chinese, in Victoria : two murderers hanged, 1857, told in the ‘Chinawoman’, by Ken Oldis /​ p. 123-4 Chong Sigh, hanged for murder, 1857 : /​ p. 123 Circuses : Rowe’s Circus, Melbourne, 1854, by S.T. Gill (illustration) /​ p. 28 City Newspapers Co. : /​ p. 70-1, 72 City Newspapers Co. : bought ‘Herald’ /​ p. 64-5, 71 City Road Property Co. : /​ p. 68 Clark, Charles Manning Hope : /​ p. 5, 78-9, 82-3, 86-7, 155 Clark, Charles Manning Hope : and World War II /​ p. 83 Clark, Charles Manning Hope : as student of Trinity College, Melbourne /​ p. 76 Clark, Charles Manning Hope : ‘History of Australia’, by /​ p. 78-9 Clark, Charles Manning Hope : on Chester Wilmot /​ p. 81 Clark, Hilma Dymphna : /​ p. 83 Clark, - - - , survivor of wreck of ‘Sydney Cove’ : described trek to Sydney /​ p. 9-Oct Clarke, Joseph, held Bay Excursions Co. shares : /​ p. 72 Clarke, William John Turner : at Melbourne Old Colonists’ Festival, 1853 /​ p. 31, 42-3 Clayton : selected as site for Monash University /​ p. 99-100 Clunies-Ross, Sir William Ian, chief executive officer, CSIRO : and Monash University /​ p. 95 Clunies-Ross, Sir William Ian, chief executive officer, CSIRO : on science and the humanities /​ p. 95 Clunies-Ross, Sir William Ian, chief executive officer, CSIRO : on scientific advances in Russia /​ p. 92-3 Cochrane, Dr Donald, Professor of Economics, Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Colligan, Mimi, RHSV : /​ p. 139, 272-3 Collins House, Melbourne : /​ p. 69, 75 Conway, John (Jack), cricketer : /​ p. 117 Cook, Percy P., accountant, shareholder in Stock and Share Pty Ltd : /​ p. 67, 73 Cousins, Reuben, pseud. : as clown in Rowe’s circus /​ p. 26 Cowan, Ronald, Warden, Trinity College University of Melbourne : on interim council, Monash University /​ p. 97 Crawford, Raymond Maxwell (Max), Professor of History, Melbourne University : influence on Manning Clark /​ p. 77 Cremorne Gardens, Richmond : criticized by Anti-Vice League /​ p. 26-27 Cusens, J., shareholder in Camberwell Estate Co. : /​ p. 65 Damousi, Joy : /​ p. 139 Darwin, Charles : described desolate eucalypt woodland /​ p. 6 Davies, David Mortimer, MP for Buninyong : /​ p. 49 Davies, David Mortimer, MP for Buninyong : on Welsh settlers /​ p. 46 Davies, David Mortimer, MP for Buninyong : was minister, Welsh Congregational Church, Sebastopol /​ p. 49 Davison, Graeme John : /​ p. 5, 139, 148 Davison, Graeme John : life as a schoolboy in the 1950s /​ p. 92-4 De Moore, Gregory : ‘A National Game: The History of Australian Rules Football’, by, with others, reviewed /​ p. 121-3 Deakin, Alfred : had Herald and Sportsman Co. shares /​ p. 71 Derham, Sir David Plumley : School of Law, Monash University, named for /​ p. 109-10 Dingle, Anthony Frederick (Tony) : /​ p. 131 Docker, John : ‘Australian Cultural Elites’, by, cited /​ p. 85 Doyle, Helen : co-author of ‘Yan Yean’ /​ p. 131 Drunkenness : in Melbourne, 1854, illustrated by S.T. Gill in ‘Arm Chair’ (illustration) /​ p. 36 Duke United Gold Mining Co., Maryborough : /​ p. 74 Dunlop Rubber Co., Melbourne : Robert Blackwood as general manager /​ p. 96 Eade, Rodney, coach, Western Bulldogs AFL team : /​ p. 121 Edgarleigh Estate Company : /​ p. 68, 73, 74 Edmonds, Leigh : ‘Living by Water: A History of Barwon Water and its Predecessors’, by, reviewed /​ p. 131-3 Eggleston, Macdonald and Secomb, architects : design for Menzies Building, Monash University /​ p. 105 Elliott, Alan : life of Walter Woodbury by, in ‘Walter Woodbury: A Victorian Study’ /​ p. 135 Essendon High School : Graeme Davison as Matriculation student /​ p. 93 Eucalypts : described by Barron Field and others /​ p. 6 Evans, Benjamin S., bookseller, Sebastopol : sold Welsh books /​ p. 52 Evans, William Meirion, Welsh preacher, in Ballarat : /​ p. 47-8, 49 Evans, William Meirion, Welsh preacher, in Ballarat : and founding of ‘Yr Australydd’ /​ p. 49-50 Evans, William Meirion, Welsh preacher, in Ballarat : merged with ‘Herald’ /​ p. 74 ‘Evening Standard’, Melbourne : /​ p. 71 Eymard, Peter Julian, founder, Blessed Sacrament Congregation : /​ p. 125 Federal Bank : liquidation of /​ p. 68, 74 Field, Barron, judge : ‘Geographical Memoirs on New South Wales’, described eucalyptus trees as `unpicturesque’ /​ p. 6 Fink, Benjamin Josman : /​ p. 4 Fink, Benjamin Josman : insolvency of /​ p. 62, 65, 71-2 Fink, Benjamin Josman : interests in Maryborough mining companies /​ p. 73 Fink, Benjamin Josman : ‘secret composition’ of /​ p. 63, 73 Fink, Benjamin Josman : speculator in Victorian land boom 1880s /​ p. 61 Fink Best and Phillips, solicitors, Melbourne : /​ p. 63, 66, 70 Fink, Theodore : /​ p. 4 Fink, Theodore : arranging `secret compositions’ for insolvents /​ p. 62-3 Fink, Theodore : Camberwell Estate shares /​ p. 66 Fink, Theodore : shares in Herald and Sportsman Co. /​ p. 64, 70, 72 Fink, Theodore : speculator in Victorian land boom 1880s /​ p. 61-2 Fischer, Salis, manager for Baillieu and Malpas, Melbourne : shares in Melbourne Joint Stock Bank /​ p. 66, 67, 72 Fischer, Salis, manager for Baillieu and Malpas, Melbourne : Trustee for ‘secret composition’ of Theodore Fink /​ p. 63, 68, 74 Fitzpatrick, Brian Charles : founder University Labour Club at Trinity College /​ p. 84 Flanagan, Martin : and origins of Australian Rules football /​ p. 120 Flemming, James, with Grimes’s team, Port Phillip : /​ p. 15 Flinders, Matthew : emphasized soil quality in descriptions of Port Phillip /​ p. 13-14 Football : ‘A National Game’, by Rob Hess and others, reviewed /​ p. 121-3 Football : factors in development of popularity in 1950s /​ p. 122 Football : funds raised in match for Victorian Bushfire Appeal, 2009 /​ p. 121 Football : Moyston claimed birthplace of Australian football /​ p. 120 Football : on founding of Australian Rules /​ p. 118-20 Football : spectators, and violence in /​ p. 122 Forests, in Victoria : described by Clark, survivor of ‘Sydney Cove’ /​ p. 9-Oct Forests, in Victoria : described by Gippsland settlers /​ p. 17 Forests, in Victoria : described by Strzelecki /​ p. 12-13 Forests, in Victoria : Flinders’ journals briefly described /​ p. 13-14 Forests, in Victoria : impressions of early explorers /​ p. 3-4, 6-21 Gaelic language : speakers of, in Scotland /​ p. 51-2 Gaelic language : usage compared to Welsh in Australia /​ p. 52 Garden, Donald Stuart : ‘Theodore Fink’, by, cited /​ p. 62-4, 67 Gardner, Peter D. : /​ p. 4, 139 Geelong : history of water supply, by Leigh Edmonds, reviewed /​ p. 130-2 Geelong Waterworks and Sewerage Trust : /​ p. 132 Gill, Elizabeth, wife of S.T. Gill : /​ p. 41 Gill, Revd Samuel, father of S.T. Gill : /​ p. 31 Gill, Revd Samuel, father of S.T. Gill : exhortation by, to his son /​ p. 33 Gill, Samuel Taylor : as gold digger /​ p. 24 Gill, Samuel Taylor : did caricatures /​ p. 26 Gill, Samuel Taylor : early years in South Australia /​ p. 23-24 Gill, Samuel Taylor : final work for ‘Arm Chair’ /​ p. 40-1 Gill, Samuel Taylor : ‘Herr Swindldmann buying an estate’, by (illustration) /​ p. 33 Gill, Samuel Taylor : historical Society of Victoria provides marked grave for /​ p. 41 Gill, Samuel Taylor : illness of /​ p. 35 Gill, Samuel Taylor : illustrator for journal ‘Arm Chair’ /​ p. 4, 22-44 Gill, Samuel Taylor : images of women /​ p. 35 Gill, Samuel Taylor : licence hunt, 1853, by (illustration) /​ p. 27 Gill, Samuel Taylor : marriage, and later life /​ p. 41 Gill, Samuel Taylor : parental influences /​ p. 33-5 Gill, Samuel Taylor : Rowe’s Circus in Melbourne, 1854, by (illustration) /​ p. 26 Gill, Samuel Taylor : ‘Tambo, I say’, by (illustration) /​ p. 38 Gill, Samuel Taylor : ‘The Reason why drunkenness is so prevalent and so fatal in Melbourne’, by (illustration) /​ p. 36 Gill, Samuel Taylor : ‘Victoria Gold Diggings and Diggers as they are’, by /​ p. 25, 35 Gillis, R.G., Defence Standards Laboratory : /​ p. 95-6 Gippsland : forests described by Strzelecki /​ p. 12-13, 16 Gippsland : Raymond and other squatters moved to /​ p. 16-17 Glenn, Sir Joseph Robert Archibald, chairman, ICIANZ : on interim council, Monash University /​ p. 97 Goad, Philip : /​ p. 102 ‘Gold Diggers’ Advocate and Commercial Advertiser’ : /​ p. 39 Gold mines and mining, in Victoria : ‘Arm Chair’ as friend of the digger /​ p. 29 Gold mines and mining, in Victoria : ‘Arm Chair’, on mining licences /​ p. 26 Gold mines and mining, in Victoria : licence hunt, 1853, by S.T. Gill (illustration) /​ p. 27 Good, Peter, gardener on ‘Investigator’ : described Port Phillip country in journal /​ p. 14-15 Grace, Dr William Gilbert (WG.) : /​ p. 117 Grand Duke Gold Mining Co., Maryborough : /​ p. 67, 68 Grant, Lieut James : described scenery of western Victorian coastline /​ p. 10, 13 Grant, Lieut James : named coastal features /​ p. 19 Greig, Alfred Woolley, secretary, Historical Society of Victoria : article on S.T. Gill by, 1913 /​ p. 22 Grimes, Charles, surveyor : negative view of Port Phillip for settlement /​ p. 15 Hamann, Conrad : on Monash architecture /​ p. 106 Hammersley, William, journalist : Gillian Hibbins use of, as mouthpiece, in ‘Sport and Racing in Colonial Melbourne’ /​ p. 115-18 Hancock, Sir William Keith : /​ p. 5, 78, 82-3, 86-7 Hancock, Sir William Keith : and World War I /​ p. 82-3 Hancock, Sir William Keith : as student of Trinity College, Melbourne /​ p. 76, 85 Hancock, Sir William Keith : on destruction of native forests /​ p. 7 Hancock, Sir William Keith : views on book ‘Australia’ /​ p. 78, 83 Hang Tzan, Chinese murderer : /​ p. 123 Harrison, Henry Colden Antill : as founder of Australian Rules Football /​ p. 118-19 Harrison, Henry Colden Antill : entry on, in ‘Australian Dictionary of Biography’, by Ian Turner /​ p. 118-19 Harrison, Henry Colden Antill : in Gillian Hibbins, ‘Sport and Racing in Colonial Melbourne’ /​ p. 116 Harrison, Henry Colden Antill : ‘Story of an Athlete’, by /​ p. 118 Heart of Preston, estate, liquidation of : /​ p. 74 Heathcote, Ronald Leslie : on low level of literacy among settlers /​ p. 16 Heinze, Sir Bernard Thomas : /​ p. 129 Henry George Ltd : /​ p. 73, 74 Herald and Sportsman Company, Melbourne : founded by Theodore Fink /​ p. 63-4, 67, 69 Herald and Sportsman Company, Melbourne : liquidation of /​ p. 71, 74 ‘Herald’, Melbourne : owned by Theodore Fink /​ p. 63-4, 71 ‘Herald’, Melbourne : W. L. Baillieu merged with ‘Evening Standard’ /​ p. 74 Hess, Rob : ‘A National Game: The History of Australian Rules Football’, by, with others, reviewed /​ p. 121-3 Hibbins, Gillian : Andrew Lemon launched book /​ p. 115 Hibbins, Gillian : ‘Running with the Ball’, by, with Anne Mancini /​ p. 118-19 Hibbins, Gillian : ‘Sport and Racing in Colonial Melbourne—The Cousins and Me: Colden Harrison, Tom Wills and William Hammersley’, by, review article by Andrew Lemon /​ p. 115-20 Hone, Brian William, headmaster, Melbourne Grammar School : on interim council, Monash University /​ p. 97 Household employees : satirized in ‘Arm-Chair’ /​ p. 30 Hoy, Alice, principal, Secondary Teachers’ College : on interim council, Monash University /​ p. 97 Humffray, John Bason, Ballarat : /​ p. 48 Hunt, Kenneth Henderson, engineer, Professor of Engineering Monash University : /​ p. 100-1 Hunt, Kenneth Henderson, engineer, Professor of Engineering Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Immigrants, to Australia : Edward Butterfield satirized `New Chums’ in ‘Arm-Chair’ /​ p. 29 Jackson, Colonel Julian : essay, ‘On picturesque in books of travel’ /​ p. 11-Dec Johns, Frederick Peter, chairman and managing director, Johns and Waygood : on interim council, Monash University /​ p. 97 Johnson, Francis Henry (Frank), Registrar, Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Jones, Jonathan, Ballarat : /​ p. 48 Jones, Joseph, coffee merchant and MLA, Ballarat : /​ p. 48, 50 Jubilee, quartz mine, Scarsdale : /​ p. 74 Judge, Jane, prostitute, Melbourne : /​ p. 123 Kelly, Farley : /​ p. 139 Killough, William, managing director, International Harvester : on Monash interim council /​ p. 97 Landscapes, in art, in 18th century : /​ p. 11-Dec Landscapes, in art, in 18th century : Australian forest scenery as picturesque /​ p. 17-18 Landscapes, in art, in 18th century : the picturesque in art, and scenery /​ p. 11-Dec Latham, Edward, brewer, Melbourne : /​ p. 4 Latham, Edward, brewer, Melbourne : Camberwell Estate shares held /​ p. 66 Latham, Edward, brewer, Melbourne : ‘secret composition’ of /​ p. 63 Latham, Edward, brewer, Melbourne : speculator in 1880s /​ p. 61-2 Leeper, Dr Alexander, Warden, Trinity College : /​ p. 77, 85 Leeper, Dr Alexander, Warden, Trinity College : and daughter, Valentine /​ p. 133 Leeper, Dr Alexander, Warden, Trinity College : and Keith Hancock /​ p. 77 Leeper, Dr Alexander, Warden, Trinity College : biography of, by Dr John Poynter /​ p. 133 Leeper, Molly, sister of Valentine Leeper : /​ p. 133 Leeper, Valentine : letters and life of, by Marion Poynter, reviewed /​ p. 132-4 Legge, Dr John David, Professor of History, Monash University : /​ p. 101 Lemon, Andrew Grant Ferguson, President RHSV : /​ p. 139, 148 Lewis, Brian Bannatyne, Professor of Architecture, Melbourne University : ideas on Monash University /​ p. 98 Lewis, Robert, Ballarat : /​ p. 48, 49 Lewis, Robert, Ballarat : praised Welsh people at St David’s Day banquet, 1868 /​ p. 46, 56 Lewis, Sophia, prostitute, Melbourne : murder of, 1857 /​ p. 123-4 Longmire, Anne : /​ p. 4, 140 Major, Edward, accountant, shareholder in Stock and Share Pty Ltd : /​ p. 67 Malpas, W.J., partner with Edward Lloyd Baillieu : /​ p. 66, 67, 69 Mancini, Anne : co-author with Gillian Hibbins of ‘Running with the Ball’ /​ p. 118-19 Mandle, William Frederick : entry for T.W.S. Wills in ‘Australian Dictionary of Biography’ /​ p. 119 Markwell, Donald John, Warden of Trinity College, Melbourne : /​ p. 134 Marshall, Alan John (Jock), Professor of Zoology, Monash University : /​ p. 101, 102 Marshall, Alan John (Jock), Professor of Zoology, Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Martin, Sir Leslie, Australian Universities Commission : and Monash University /​ p. 104 Maryborough, Vic. : Benjamin Fink’s interests in mining companies /​ p. 73 Maryborough, Vic. : W.L. Baillieu /​ p. 74 Masefield, John, Poet Laureate : influence on Manning Clark /​ p. 77 Mason, Cyrus (Cye), illustrator : /​ p. 24 Matheson, Sir Louis : as Vice-Chancellor, Monash University /​ p. 100, 102 Matheson, Sir Louis : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Matheson, Sir Louis : Monash University Library named for /​ p. 110 Matheson, Sir Louis : retirement of /​ p. 110-11 Maxwell, Marcia, Mrs (nee Ferrier) : as Director, RHSV /​ p. 266-7 McCalman, Janet : ‘Journeyings’, by, cited /​ p. 90 McCutcheon, Sir Walter Osborn : architect for Monash University /​ p. 102-4 McCutcheon, Sir Walter Osborn : master plan for Monash University (illustration) /​ p. 103 McGowan, Andrew, Warden of Trinity College : launched ‘Nobody’s Valentine’ /​ p. 133 McKenna, Fr Len, Blessed Sacrament Congregation : /​ p. 124 McKinley, James, editor, ‘Daily Telegraph’ : /​ p. 71 Melbourne Joint Stock Bank : set up by Munro &​ Baillieu /​ p. 66, 69 Melbourne Joint Stock Bank : wound up, 1893 /​ p. 67, 74 Melbourne Symphony Orchestra : centenary history of, by Stella M. Barbour, reviewed /​ p. 128-30 Melbourne Trust Finance and Banking Co. : /​ p. 65, 73, 74 Melbourne University : Dialectical Society /​ p. 79 Melbourne University : University Labour Club /​ p. 84 Menzies, Sir Robert Gordon, Prime Minister of Australia : appointment of Murray Commission on universities /​ p. 94 Menzies, Sir Robert Gordon, Prime Minister of Australia : opening of Menzies Building, Monash University /​ p. 106 ‘Mercury and South Australian Sporting Chronicle’, Adelaide : S.T. Gill with Samuel Calvert, illustrator for /​ p. 25 Meudell, George Dick : on the ‘compotes’ of insolvents /​ p. 63 Minstrels : ‘Tambo, I say’, by S.T.Gill (illustration) /​ p. 38 Mitchell, Major Sir Thomas : influence of accounts of Australia Felix on settlement /​ p. 16 Monash University, Melbourne : after fifty years /​ p. 110-11 Monash University, Melbourne : AUC first report and, 1959 /​ p. 104-5 Monash University, Melbourne : first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Monash University, Melbourne : founding of, by Graeme Davison /​ p. 5, 91-114 Monash University, Melbourne : in Engineering laboratory, by Wolfgang Sievers (illustration) /​ p. 108 Monash University, Melbourne : Interim Council /​ p. 96-8 Monash University, Melbourne : Interim Council (illustration) /​ p. 97 Monash University, Melbourne : master plan for, by Osborn McCutcheon (illustration) /​ p. 103 Monash University, Melbourne : Menzies Building /​ p. 105-7, 109 Monash University, Melbourne : Menzies Building, by Wolfgang Sievers (illustration) /​ p. 107 Monash University, Melbourne : Monash architecture, by Wolfgang Sievers (illustration) /​ p. 109 Monash University, Melbourne : name of Monash to university /​ p. 91,95-6, 113 Monash University, Melbourne : naming of buildings at /​ p. 109-10 Monash University, Melbourne : plans for, by Osborn McCutcheon /​ p. 102-5 Monash University, Melbourne : professors and professorial board /​ p. 100-1 Monash University, Melbourne : religious services prohibited /​ p. 102 Monash University, Melbourne : sites for /​ p. 98-9 Monash University, Melbourne : students using cars to attend /​ p. 99, 102-3, 110 Monash University, Melbourne : to specialise in science and technology /​ p. 98 Mornington Peninsula : described by Peter Good, 1802 /​ p. 14-15 Moyston, Vic. : claimed title ‘Birthplace of Australian Football’ /​ p. 120 Munro &​ Baillieu, auctioneers and estate agents : /​ p. 4 Munro &​ Baillieu, auctioneers and estate agents : and Stock and Share Pty Ltd /​ p. 67 Munro &​ Baillieu, auctioneers and estate agents : Camberwell Estate shares /​ p. 66 Munro &​ Baillieu, auctioneers and estate agents : insolvency of /​ p. 61-2, 70 Munro &​ Baillieu, auctioneers and estate agents : ‘secret composition’ of /​ p. 63 Munro &​ Baillieu, auctioneers and estate agents : set up Melbourne Joint Stock Bank /​ p. 66 Munro &​ Baillieu, auctioneers and estate agents : shares of /​ p. 68 Munro, Donald, partner in Munro &​ Baillieu : /​ p. 4, 66, 69 Munro, Donald, partner in Munro &​ Baillieu : insolvency of /​ p. 61-2 Munro, Hector, Professor of Philosophy, Monash University : /​ p. 101, 102 Murray, Sir Keith : commission of inquiry into universities /​ p. 94-5, 102, 106 Nash, John Franklin : illustrator for ‘Arm Chair’ /​ p. 24, 30 New Chatsworth Estate : /​ p. 72 New Dundas Tramway Company : /​ p. 73 New Glenroy Estate Co. : /​ p. 73 Newspapers : study of Welsh language press in colonial Victoria, by Robert Llewellyn Tyler /​ p. 45-60 Newspapers : Welsh newspapers published in Victoria /​ p. 45-60 Ngammin, Ngungu, Aboriginal woman, Adelaide : alleged S.T. Gill’s dog attacked her /​ p. 24 Nicholls, Paul : ‘Highs and Lows : The Anglican Parish of Christ Church, Brunswick 1855-2002’, by, reviewed /​ p. 126-8 Nicholson, Matthew : ‘A National Game: The History of Australian Rules Football’, by, with others, reviewed /​ p. 121-3 Niewójt, Lawrence : /​ p. 3-4, 140 North Duke Gold Mining Co., Maryborough : /​ p. 68 North Melbourne, St Mary’s Anglican Church : history of, by John Rickard, reviewed /​ p. 126-8 Northern Tramways Ltd. : /​ p. 73, 74 Oddie, James, Ballarat : Play, ‘Laughing a Crime’, possibly by /​ p. 32 Old Colonists’ Festival, Adelaide, 1851 : /​ p. 25, 26, 31 Old Colonists’ Festival, Melbourne, 1853 : S.T. Gill as illustrator for /​ p. 25, 31 Oldis, Ken : ‘The Chinawoman’, by, reviewed /​ p. 123-4 Orr, John, description of Gippsland, 1841 : /​ p. 17 Outtrim : coal mines at /​ p. 74 Ovoid Pipe Aqueduct, near Geelong : /​ p. 132 Oxley, John : on Australian scenery /​ p. 6 Page, James, photographer : had studio in Batavia with Walter Woodbury /​ p. 135 Peel, Dawn : ‘Anna’s journey: A British Lady in West Africa and Colonial Australia’, by, reviewed /​ p. 136-8 Port Phillip Bay : country described in Peter Good’s journal /​ p. 14-15 Port Phillip Bay : Flinders described soil quality of /​ p. 13-14 Port Phillip Bay : Grimes and Flemming’s negative descriptions of /​ p. 15 Porter, G.B., solicitor, shareholder in Stock and Share Pty Ltd : /​ p. 67 Poynter, Dr John Riddock : wrote biography of Dr Alexander Leeper /​ p. 133 Poynter, Marion : ‘Nobody’s Valentine: Letters in the Life of Valentine Leeper, 1900-2001’, by, reviewed /​ p. 132-4 Rasmussen, Carolyn : co-author of ‘Vital connections’ /​ p. 131 Raymond, William Odell, squatter, on Avon River : confirmed Strzelecki’s description of Gippsland ‘ /​ p. 17 Raymond, William Odell, squatter, on Avon River : influenced by Strzelecki pamphlet to move to Gippsland ‘ /​ p. 16-17 Reeve, John : /​ p. 5, 140 Rennell, Thomas, secretary, Stock and Share Pty Ltd : /​ p. 67, 68, 73, 74 Richards, Ellis, Sebastopol : /​ p. 50 Rickard, Dr John David : /​ p. 140 Rickard, Dr John David : ‘An Assemblage of Decent Men and Women: A History of the Anglican Parish of St Mary’s , North Melbourne’, by, reviewed /​ p. 126-8 Rowe, Joseph Andrew, circus proprietor : /​ p. 28, 37 Rowe, Joseph Andrew, circus proprietor : S.T. Gill illustration of circus in Melbourne (illustration) /​ p. 28 Royal Historical Society of Victoria [RHSV] : provides new marked grave for S.T. Gill, 1913 /​ p. 41 Royal Photographic Society, Victorian Chapter : ‘Walter Woodbury: A Victorian Study’, published by, reviewed /​ p. 134-6 Russell, Geoff : /​ p. 140 Science : importance of, as study in 1950s /​ p. 93-4 Scott, Sir Ernest, Professor of History, Melbourne University : influence on Sir Keith Hancock and Chester Wilmot /​ p. 77 Scott, William Alexander Gowdie (Bill), Professor of English, Monash University : /​ p. 101 Scott, William Alexander Gowdie (Bill), Professor of English, Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Service, R.W. : Camberwell Estate shares transferred to /​ p. 66 Sievers, Wolfgang, photographer : documented building at Monash University /​ p. 106 Sievers, Wolfgang, photographer : in engineering laboratory, Monash, by (illustration) /​ p. 108 Sievers, Wolfgang, photographer : Menzies Building, Monash University, by (illustration) /​ p. 107 Sievers, Wolfgang, photographer : Monash architecture, by (illustration) /​ p. 109 Sievers, Wolfgang, photographer : photographs of Monash University by /​ p. 5 Smart, Judith, editor, ‘Victorian Historical Journal’ : Introduction, vol.80, part 1 /​ p. 3-5 Smith, Len : and Australian Rules Football /​ p. 122 Snow, Charles Percy, Baron Snow, Cambridge University : Rede Lectures, on the two cultures /​ p. 93-4 Snowy River : crossed by ‘Sydney Cove’ party, 1797 /​ p. 9 South Wharf Freehold Company : had real estate in South Melbourne /​ p. 71 ‘Sportsman’, weekly, Melbourne : /​ p. 64, 71 ‘Sputnik’, space satellite : /​ p. 92-3 St David’s Day : celebrated in Ballarat /​ p. 46-7 Stenz, Markus, Chief Conductor, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra : critical of acoustics of Hamer Hall /​ p. 129 Stewart, Bob : ‘A National Game: The History of Australian Rules Football’, by, with others, reviewed /​ p. 121-3 Stock and Share Pty Ltd : /​ p. 67, 69, 74 Stony Creek, Anakie Ranges : reservoir on, for Geelong water supply /​ p. 131 Street, Dr Robert, Professor of Physics, Monash University : /​ p. 101 Strzelecki, Sir Paul Edmund de : description of Gippsland encouraged pastoral settlement /​ p. 16-17 Strzelecki, Sir Paul Edmund de : journal of, described forest scenery in Gippsland /​ p. 12-13 Stuart, Francis (Frank), MLA : shares held by /​ p. 68 Sturrock, Morna : /​ p. 140 Swann, John, CSIRO : /​ p. 95-6 ‘Sydney Cove’, shipwreck : /​ p. 7-9 ‘Sydney Cove’, shipwreck : Clark, survivor, described forest scenery /​ p. 9-10 ‘Table Talk’ : on Fink and others, `secret compositions’ /​ p. 62, 74 Taylor, John Ralph Carlyle, chairman, Shell Group : on Monash interim council /​ p. 97 Thomas, Dr David : praised Welsh people at Victorian Welsh Eisteddfod at Ballarat, 1867 /​ p. 45-6 Thompson, James Bogue, journalist : and beginnings of Australian Rules Football /​ p. 119 Thwaites, Michael Rayner, ASIO officer and poet : /​ p. 85, 90 Trevor, Revd R,, Ballarat, on Welsh people, 1868 : /​ p. 46 Trinity College, Melbourne : /​ p. 5 Trinity College, Melbourne : historians of /​ p. 84 Trinity College, Melbourne : influence on Hancock, Clark and Wilmot /​ p. 77-8 Trinity College, Melbourne : “Masters of History: Three Students of Trinity College”, by John Reeve /​ p. 76-90 Trinity College, Melbourne : place of, in Melbourne culture and society /​ p. 84-5 Tuohy, M., shareholder in Camberwell Estate Co : /​ p. 65 Turner, Ian, Professor of History, Monash University : Entry on H.C.A. Harrison in ‘Australian Dictionary of Biography’ /​ p. 118-9 Tyler, Robert Llewellyn : /​ p. 4, 140 Universities, in Australia : Murray Commission on /​ p. 94-5 Universities, in Australia : rapid growth of student numbers in 1950s /​ p. 93 Victoria, Acts of Parliament : Monash University Act, 1958 /​ p. 91, 95-6 Victoria, Acts of Parliament : Sewerage and Water Commission, report, 1853, satirised, in ‘Arm Chair’ /​ p. 26 ‘Victoria Illustrated and Commercial Almanac for 1854’ : produced by Samuel Calvert /​ p. 25 Victoria, Newspapers : /​ p. 65, 71, 74 Victorian Cricketers’ Association : /​ p. 117 Victorian Ferries Pty Ltd : liquidation of /​ p. 73 Victorian Football Association : founding of, 1883 /​ p. 117 Wallach's Limited [Wallachs Limited], Melbourne : shareholders of, 1890 /​ p. 71-2 Wardill, Richard (Dick), footballer : /​ p. 117-18 Warrnambool, Vic. : history of Christ Church written by Peter Yule /​ p. 126-7 Wathaurong, Aboriginal people : /​ p. 131 Welsh Baptist Church, Ballarat : /​ p. 47 Welsh, in Victoria : praised by Dr Thomas at Ballarat Eisteddfod, 1867 /​ p. 45-6 Welsh, in Victoria : ‘The Welsh language press in colonial Victoria’ /​ p. 45-60 Welsh language : importance of ‘Yr Australlyd’ in preservation of /​ p. 50-1 Welsh language : percentage spoken in Wales in late 19th century /​ p. 51-2 Welsh language : publishing in, in Victoria, 1866-76 /​ p. 4, 45-60 Welsh language : usage in Australia, compared to Gaelic /​ p. 52 Werribee : described by Grimes and Flemming /​ p. 15 Werribee : district of, described by Flinders /​ p. 13 Westfold, Kevin Charles, Monash University : as Professor of Mathematics /​ p. 100 Westfold, Kevin Charles, Monash University : at first meeting of Professorial Board (illustration) /​ p. 101 Wettenhall, Dr Roland Ravenscroft, President, RHSV : Williams, R.B., secretary, for ‘Yr Australlyd’ /​ p. 50 Williams, Theophilus, Ballarat : /​ p. 48, 49-50 Wills, Thomas Wentworth Spencer : as a founder of Australian Rules Football /​ p. 119-20 Wills, Thomas Wentworth Spencer : coached Aboriginal cricket eleven /​ p. 117 Wills, Thomas Wentworth Spencer : entry for, in ‘Australian Dictionary of Biography’, by W.F. Mandle /​ p. 119 Wills, Thomas Wentworth Spencer : in Gillian Hibbins, ‘Sport and Racing in Colonial Melbourne’ /​ p. 116-17 Wilmot, Reginald William Winchester (Chester) : /​ p. 5, 79-83, 86-7 Wilmot, Reginald William Winchester (Chester) : as student of Trinity College, Melbourne /​ p. 76, 82 Wilmot, Reginald William Winchester (Chester) : BBC recordings /​ p. 86 Wilmot, Reginald William Winchester (Chester) : excelled at school /​ p. 81, 82 Wilmot, Reginald William Winchester (Chester) : in World War II /​ p. 83 Wilmot, Reginald William Winchester (Chester) : life cut short /​ p. 82 Wilmot, Reginald William Winchester (Chester) : ‘Struggle for Europe’ by /​ p. 79-81 Winter, Samuel Vincent, editor, ‘Herald’ and ‘Sportsman’ : /​ p. 64, 71 Woodbury, Walter Bentley, photographer : developed Woodburytypes and Stannotypes /​ p. 135 Woodbury, Walter Bentley, photographer : life and work of, by Royal Photographic Society, Victorian Chapter, reviewed /​ p. 134-6 ‘Yr Australlyd’ (‘The Australian’) : content of issues analysed /​ p. 53-5 ‘Yr Australlyd’ (‘The Australian’) : founding of, in Ballarat /​ p. 48, 49-50 ‘Yr Australlyd’ (‘The Australian’) : new series, 1871-2 /​ p. 55, 57 ‘Yr Australlyd’ (‘The Australian’) : religious issues in /​ p. 50-1, 54, 56, 58 ‘Yr Australlyd’ (‘The Australian’) : sales of /​ p. 52-4 ‘Yr Australlyd’ (‘The Australian’) : Welsh newspaper, Melbourne /​ p. 46-7, 52-4 ‘Yr Ymwellyd’ ('The Visitor'), Welsh newspaper, Melbourne : /​ p. 47 ‘Yr Ymwellyd’ ('The Visitor'), Welsh newspaper, Melbourne : sales of /​ p. 53-4, 55, 56, 57 Yule, Peter L. : /​ p. 140 Yule, Peter L. : wrote history of Christ Church, Warrnambool /​ p. 126-7
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