1975, English, Book edition: Victorian Historical Journal : 179 Volume 46 (1), 1975 Royal Historical Society of Victoria

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  • Index: Abrahams, Esther : wife of Lieut. George Johnston /​ p. 322 Agnew, Revd Philip P : Free Church of England minister at Geelong /​ p. 318 Agricultural High Schools : failure of, in Western District /​ p. 280 Ahern, Daniel : teacher at Nar Nar Goon /​ p. 312 Allansford : butter factory established at /​ p. 261 Anderson, Captain, Thomas : settler on Bass River /​ p. 304 Anderson, Dr Hugh : settler on Bass River /​ p. 304 Anderson, Samuel : settler on Bass River /​ p. 304 Apollo Bay : settlement of /​ p. 256, 257 Arndell, Dr Thomas (Physician with First Fleet) : visited patients in Sydney on foot /​ p. 296 Australian Horseless Carriage Syndicate : motor cars built for /​ p. 296-7 Bailey, (Revd) William : as Bishop of Free Church of England /​ p. 319 Bakewell, John and Robert : had Western Port runs /​ p. 305 Balfour, (Dr) Lewis (Melbourne physician) : pioneer motorist /​ p. 300-2 Ballarat : Free Church of England established in /​ p. 318-9 Bass (Vic.) : settled by Anderson family /​ p. 304 Bateson, Charles Henry : death /​ p. 249 Bathe, (Dr) James : had Garem Gam and other runs /​ p. 307-8, 310 Benz, Carl Friedrich (pioneer of motor car) : /​ p. 285 Benz, Carl Friedrich (pioneer of motor car) : 'Velo' 1894 (illustration) /​ p. 287 Bergman, George Francis Jack : 'Australian Genesis', by, reviewed /​ p. 320-3 Berwick : first squatting runs on site /​ p. 306-7 Black, Neil (squatter) : attitude to selectors /​ p. 251 Booth, (Dr) Carlos C. : first American doctor with car /​ p. 289 Borthwick, and Sons : bought Portland Freezing Works /​ p. 266 Bourke, Catherine : had Latrobe Inn at Pakenham /​ p. 310-11 Bourke, Michael : on Minton's Creek, and Latrobe Inn /​ p. 310-11 Bourke's Creek : near Pakenham /​ p. 311 Bouton, (Dr) Wilbur K. : had early motor car /​ p. 297 Bowman, David : had Panty Gurn Gurn run /​ p. 309 Bowman (Mrs William) : had hotel at Cardinia Creek /​ p. 309 Bowman, William : had Panty Gurn Gurn Run /​ p. 309 Brassey, Thomas (1st Baron) (Governor of Victoria) : driven in 'Pioneer', early motor car /​ p. 297 Brown, Philip Lawrence : review of 'Rural Industry in the Port Phillip Region 1835-1880' (Peel) /​ p. 323-5 Buchanan, James : held St Germains run /​ p. 308 Buchanan, James : leased Great Swamp run /​ p. 305 Buneep-Buneep, squatting run : /​ p. 313 Bunyip (Vic.) : settlement of area /​ p. 314 Butter : methods used to make, in Western District /​ p. 259-60 Butter Factories, in Western District of Victoria : development of /​ p. 261-4 Cambers, John Sedger : established Free Church of England at Linton /​ p. 318 Camperdown, Butter Factory : founding of, 1891 /​ p. 262 Camperdown, Butter Factory : list of first directors /​ p. 262 Cannibal Creek : squatting runs /​ p. 313 Carapook (Vic.) : settlers at /​ p. 254 Cardinia Creek (Vic.) : cattle runs on /​ p. 306-9, 313 'Cardinia Park', property : /​ p. 308 Cardinia Plains : squatting runs /​ p. 308 Carhart, (Dr) John W., Racine, Wisconsin : invented steam buggy /​ p. 288-9 Carngham (Vic.) : Free Church of England established /​ p. 318 Castlemaine Market : opened as museum /​ p. 247 Catani, township : named for engineer /​ p. 314 Cheese : factories for, in the Otways /​ p. 257 Church, Dr William : experiments with steam driven coaches /​ p. 288 Church of England, in Victoria : Free Church of England in Victoria and /​ p. 316-9 Clarke, William John T., 'Big' Clarke : land transactions of /​ p. 325 Closer Settlement, in Victoria : estates in Western District broken up /​ p. 267-72 Closer Settlement, in Victoria : Royal Commission on, 1915 /​ p. 273 Closer Settlement, in Victoria : schemes for settlement /​ p. 272-4 Clutterbuck, Samuel Henry : had Mount Ararat no. 2 run /​ p. 312 Coal : found near Bass /​ p. 303, 304 Cobden (Vic.) : butter factory established in /​ p. 261 Cobden (Vic.) : described, in 1914 /​ p. 261n Coghlan, Patrick : butter factory manager /​ p. 264n Colac (Vic.) : sale of estates land at /​ p. 269 Coleraine Butter Factory : /​ p. 262, 263, 265, 276n Collins, Revd Charles W. : Free Church of England minister /​ p. 318 Condah Hills : estate, subdivided /​ p. 268 Connabul Creek no. 2, squatting run : /​ p. 307, 313 Connabul Creek, squatting run, Gippsland : /​ p. 313 Conolly, Joseph (or Connelly) : on Koo Wee Rup run /​ p. 313 Cooke, Samuel Winter : sold Condah Hills run /​ p. 268 Coragulac, estate : sale of /​ p. 269n Corinella (Vic.) : settlement in 1826 /​ p. 303-4 Cororooke (Vic.) : butter factory at /​ p. 262 Cororooke (Vic.) : railways and /​ p. 254 Cororooke (Vic.) : settlement of /​ p. 251 Corunnun, estate (Vic.) : of Thomas Warner, subdivided /​ p. 254 Crawford, Alexander : manager of travelling dairy /​ p. 260 Cream separators : introduced in Victoria, and figures /​ p. 278 Crewe, John : held leases of Ravenhurst and Mayune runs in Gippsland /​ p. 308 Cuthbert, James : held runs in Western Port area /​ p. 304-5 Dairying : butter production in Western District, 1890s /​ p. 259-65 Dairying : closer settlement and /​ p. 273-5 Dairying : herd testing /​ p. 277 Dairying : technical advances in, 1910-20 /​ p. 276-80 Dairying : Western District butter factories, 1890s /​ p. 261-5 Darwin (N.T.) : cyclone devastated /​ p. 248 Daw, Ellis David : 'The Free church of England in Victoria' (article) /​ p. 316-9 Derrinallum Co-operative Butter Factory : initiated by Major Allan Currie /​ p. 270 Derrinallum (Vic.) : butter factory at, and settlers /​ p. 270 Dods, Charles : held Cardinia Plains run /​ p. 308 Dore, John : held Mount Ararat No. 1 run /​ p. 311, 312 Dore, John Gregory, Berwick : /​ p. 312 Dow, Gwynneth M. : 'Samuel Terry: the Botany Bay Rothschild', by, reviewed /​ p. 325-7 Dreeite, estate (Vic.) : subdivided for soldier settlement /​ p. 270 Dunrobin, estate : leased in lots, 1896 /​ p. 268 East, Sir (Lewis) Ronald : donated books to RHSV /​ p. 248-9 'Edrington', Berwick : was owned by Robert Gardiner /​ p. 307 'Eurack' : property, closer settlement and /​ p. 273 Farmers' Advocate : newspaper of Farmers' Union /​ p. 255n Farmers' Union (Vic.) : in Western District /​ p. 281 Farming : closer settlement and /​ p. 267-73 Farming : improvements by 1920 /​ p. 275-80 Farming : in early years of Port Phillip district, book reviewed /​ p. 323-5 Farming : in Western District, Victoria, between 1890-1914 /​ p. 250-82 Farming : scientific methods developed by 1900 /​ p. 266-7 Farming : selectors and, in Western District /​ p. 250-8 Farnham (Vic.) : butter factory at /​ p. 261 Fitzgerald, Thomas John, Coleraine : describes butter making in pioneer times /​ p. 260 Fitzpatrick, Brian : books by /​ p. 289 Flood, James : founded motor body firm /​ p. 297 Flour mills : first in colony built by Andersons /​ p. 304 Fredman, Dr R. Malcolm : 'The Horseless Doctor: transition from horse to motor transport' (article) /​ p. 283-302 Free Church of England, in Victoria : outline history of /​ p. 316-9 Gardiner, Captain Robert : held run on site of Berwick /​ p. 306-7 Gardiner, Captain Robert : with James Cuthbert on run /​ p. 304-5 Garem Gam, squatting run, Gippsland : /​ p. 307-8 Gaudion : chauffeur to Dr. Syme, Lilydale /​ p. 299 Gibson, David Havelock, MLA (Vic.) : and Farmers' Union /​ p. 281 Gibson, William Gerrand, MHR for Corangamite, : as Farmers' Union representative /​ p. 281-2 Gin Gin Bin, squatting run, Gippsland : held by Turnbull and Reoch /​ p. 308 Gippsland (Vic.) : early cattle runs of Western Port area /​ p. 303-15 'Gladys Park', property : originally Ravenhurst /​ p. 308 Glenormiston, squatting run : butter factory at, 1895 /​ p. 262 Glenormiston, squatting run : Sale and subdivision of land /​ p. 270 Glowery, John F., Melbourne produce salesman : /​ p. 260 Gnarpurt Estate : share-farming on /​ p. 271 Goldsbrough, Richard : early wool broker /​ p. 305 Gordon, Adam Lindsay : horse, 'Cadger', spend last years on I.Y.U. property /​ p. 310 Green, Frank Clifton : Clerk of the House of Representatives, death of /​ p. 249 Grimwade, Dr Alfred Sheppard : used motor cars /​ p. 299-300 Grimwade (Sir) Russell, industrial chemist : pioneer in motoring /​ p. 300 Hall, Fenton : pioneer farmer in Otway Forest, giving evidence of early days /​ p. 257 Hamill, Revd Adam J., evangelist : held services at Pakenham /​ p. 311 Hamilton (Vic.) : German settlers at /​ p. 253 'Harewood House', Tooradin : William Lyall resident /​ p. 306 Hasluck, Lady Alexandra : on Solomon Levey and Thomas Peel /​ p. 321 Hassell, George : partner on Buneep-Buneep run /​ p. 313 Hayes : partner with O'Connor, Connabul Creek 2 run /​ p. 307, 313 Hennessey, Michael : on Mount Pleasant run in Gippsland /​ p. 310, 311 Henry, Charles Ferguson : had lease of 'Panty Gurn Gurn' run, Gippsland /​ p. 309 Henry, Robert : had lease of Cardinia Creek no.1 run /​ p. 307, 308, 313 Herd testing : in Western District /​ p. 277 Hetherington, John, author and journalist : death of /​ p. 249 Hetherington, Revd Irving : first minister of new Scots Church /​ p. 247 Heywood (Vic.) : settlers in forest area /​ p. 267 Hochkirk (Vic.) : Church and school at /​ p. 253 Hook, James, on Connabul Creek run : /​ p. 313 Hovell, William : at Western Port /​ p. 303 Howey, Captain John Werge : held Toomah run, Gippsland /​ p. 309-10 Howey, Henry : at Gisborne /​ p. 310 Hughes, Edward F., editor, 'Casterton News' : /​ p. 265-6 Hurdy Gurdy, squatting run, Western Port : /​ p. 305 I.Y.U., squatting run, Gippsland : /​ p. 309-10 Jackson, Thomas, : leased Panty Gurn Gurn station /​ p. 309 Jamieson, Dr William Kerr : had I.Y.U. run /​ p. 309 Jamieson, Robert : had Torbinurruck (Tobin Yallock) run /​ p. 305 Jennings, Henry, : held Buneep Buneep run /​ p. 313 Jews in Australia : study of early years in 'Australian Genesis', reviewed /​ p. 320-3 Johnston, Lieut George (later Lieut Governor of New South Wales) : married Esther Abrahams and had seven children /​ p. 322 Kellow, Charles, pioneer motor car salesman, Melbourne : /​ p. 301 Kiel family : of Victoria, family history compiled /​ p. 248-9 Kinsman, Revd Nathaniel : Free Church of England Minister at East Collingwood /​ p. 318, 319 Koo Wee Rup Swamp (Vic.) : cattle runs in /​ p. 305, 313 Koo Wee Rup Swamp (Vic.) : drainage of /​ p. 313-4 Koroit (Vic.) : butter factory established /​ p. 261 Koroit (Vic.) : settlers in mid -19th century /​ p. 250, 253 La Trobe Library, State Library of Victoria : exhibition of early Melbourne buildings plans and photographs /​ p. 248 'Lake Illawarra' (freight ship) : caused damage to Tasman bridge, Hobart /​ p. 248 Lazarus, Mary : review of 'Australian Genesis' (Levi and Bergman) /​ p. 320-3 Le Fevre, Dr George : had Cannibal Creek homestead /​ p. 314 Lecky, James : had Gin Gin Bin run, Gippsland /​ p. 308 Levey, Barnett : built Royal Hotel and Theatre Royal in Sydney /​ p. 321, 323 Levey, Isaac, Sydney businessman : /​ p. 321 Levey, Solomon : and Swan River scheme /​ p. 320-1 Levi, John Simon : 'Australian Genesis', reviewed /​ p. 320-3 Linton (Vic.), : Free Church of England established at /​ p. 318 Lomas, Leslie Gorgon : 'Graziers and farmers in the Western District 1890-1914' (article) /​ p. 250-82 Lowrie, William (Professor, Roseworthy College) : investigations into superphosphate /​ p. 266 Lyall, William : had horses and sheep /​ p. 305-6 Lyall, William, stock agent and station owner, Western Port : /​ p. 305-6 Mackinnon, Donald (MLA) (Vic.) : on freehold tenure 1904 /​ p. 272 Manton, Charles, and Frederick : had Tooradin run /​ p. 305 Massie, Robert : had Bass River run /​ p. 305 Maxim, Hiram Percy : comments on coming of motor car /​ p. 285 Mayune squatting run, Western Port : /​ p. 308 Melbourne, Scots' Church : centenary of present church /​ p. 247 Menzies, (Sir) Douglas Ian : death of /​ p. 249 Milking machines : used in Victoria /​ p. 278-9 Minton, (Captain) Thomas : had Mount Pleasant run /​ p. 309-10 Minton's Creek, squatting run : /​ p. 310 Mitchell, David : erected present Scots Church 1874 /​ p. 247 Motor cars : Benz 'Velo', 1894 (illustration) /​ p. 287 Motor cars : doctors' use of, in early years /​ p. 283-302 Motor cars : early manufacture in Australia /​ p. 296-8 Motor cars : Jackson doctor's car, 1908 (illustration) /​ p. 295 Motor cars : Singer 'motor wheel' (illustration) /​ p. 290 Mount Ararat : squatting runs, Gippsland /​ p. 311-3 Mount Ararat Creek squatting run (Gippsland) : /​ p. 311 Mount Ararat (Gippsland) : runs established on /​ p. 311-2 Mount Misery (Beaconsfield) : lookout on /​ p. 307 Mount Pleasant, squatting run, Gippsland : /​ p. 310 Mount William : wheat grown on, 1898 /​ p. 271 Mulcahy, John : on Mount Pleasant Run /​ p. 310, 311 Mundy, Fitzherbert M. : leased Red Bluff run /​ p. 305 Muntham, estate : sale of land, 1902, by Maria Henty /​ p. 268 Murray, Andrew : Wool Wool estate sold in 1890 in lots /​ p. 269 Nar Nar Goon : O'Brien had hotel at /​ p. 312 Naringal (estate) : opened up for settlement /​ p. 271n Nathan, Isaac : pioneer of Australian music /​ p. 321-2 Nichols, George Robert, MLA (NSW) : and support to Jews /​ p. 322 Noblett, Revd J. B., of Free Church of England at Ballarat : /​ p. 319 Noske, Herman, Tarrington : death of /​ p. 253 O'Brien, Daniel : had Mount Ararat Creek run, and Limerick Arms Inn /​ p. 311-2 O'Brien, Hugh : had Mount Ararat Creek run /​ p. 311 O'Brien, Michael : had hotel at Nar Nar Goon /​ p. 312 O'Connor, Terence : grazed sheep on site of Berwick /​ p. 306-7 O'Connor, Terence : took up Connabul Creek run /​ p. 307-8;313 'Oatlands', property near Nar Nar Goon : /​ p. 313 Osborne, Henry William, agent for Western District Dairy and Produce Selling Co. : /​ p. 265 Otway Forest : settlement in /​ p. 251, 256-8, 267 'Pakenham Park', property : /​ p. 310 Pakenham (Vic.) : early settlers of /​ p. 309-11 Panty Gurn Gurn, squatting run : /​ p. 307, 309 Patterson, Alexander : had St. Germains run /​ p. 309 Patterson, Robert : partner in Toomah station /​ p. 310 Pearson, Alfred Naylor, : experiments with wheat /​ p. 266 Peel, Lynette J. : 'Rural Industry in The Port Phillip Region 1835-80', by, reviewed /​ p. 323-5 Peel, Thomas : scheme by, for settling Western Australia /​ p. 320-1 Perry, Thomas Jones : partner with Bathe on Garem Gam run /​ p. 307 Perry, Very Revd Charles, Bishop of Melbourne : and church government in Victoria /​ p. 316-7 Perry, Very Revd Charles, Bishop of Melbourne : and Free Church of England /​ p. 317-9 Perry, Very Revd Charles, Bishop of Melbourne : visited Gippsland 1848 /​ p. 314 Philpott, Richard : had Mount Ararat no. 2 run /​ p. 311 Philpott, William : on Mount Ararat Creek run /​ p. 312-3 Physicians : as inventors of motor transport /​ p. 288-9 Physicians : methods of transport in 19th century /​ p. 287-8 Physicians : motor cars recommended for /​ p. 289-93 Physicians : use of motor cars in Victoria in early years by /​ p. 283-302 Pilmer, John : on I.Y.U. run /​ p. 313 Portland Freezing Works : early years of /​ p. 265-6 Portland (Vic.) : railway built to /​ p. 255-6 Powell, Revd Gordon, minister of Scots Church, Melbourne : /​ p. 247 Priestly, Sir Raymond Edward, Melbourne University : death of /​ p. 249 Rabbits : supplied to Portland Refrigeration Co /​ p. 266 Railways : to Western District, and effects on farming /​ p. 254-6, 270 Rankin, John, Colac Dairying Co. chairman : /​ p. 265n Ravenhurst, squatting run, Gippsland : /​ p. 308 Ready, Michael : on Connabul Creek run /​ p. 313 Red Bluff, squatting run, Western Port : /​ p. 305 Reoch, Hugh : partner with Turnbull in Gippsland run /​ p. 308 Rice, Mark : had lease of Mount Pleasant and Mount Misery runs /​ p. 310 Richardson, Horace F., Geelong Grain and Produce Exchange : /​ p. 260 Ritchie, George, Pakenham, Church of Christ lay preacher : /​ p. 311 Roe, Michael : review of 'Samuel Terry: the Botany Bay Rothschild' (Dow) /​ p. 325-7 Ronald, Heather B., Mrs : 'Four walls and Fresh Water: the early runs of the Westernport watershed' (article) /​ p. 303-15 Rosebrook, near Port Fairy, : butter factory at /​ p. 261, 263 Rossiter, Benjamin : held Ravenhurst Pre-emptive Right /​ p. 308 Ruffy, brothers (squatters) : held Mayune run /​ p. 308 Rutledge, Thomas Foster : and selectors in Port Fairy area /​ p. 251 Rutledge, William : established tenant farming /​ p. 250 Ryan, Honorah (Cororooke) : died 1929, obituary note /​ p. 251 Rylah, (Sir) Arthur (MLA, Chief Secretary, Vic.) : death of /​ p. 249 Shamrock Hotel (Bendigo) : bought by State Government /​ p. 247 Sheep farming : and closer settlement in Western District /​ p. 273-5 Sheep farming : and Tooradin run /​ p. 306 Sheep farming : losses in Victoria in 1840s /​ p. 258 Sherlock, (Revd) Francis S. : Free Church of England minister at Ballarat /​ p. 318, 319 Soldier settlement : Casterton News' and 'Argus' put case for /​ p. 282 Solomon, Ikey : origin of 'Fagin' /​ p. 322 Squatters : in Western Port area /​ p. 303-15 St Germains (squatting run) : on Cardinia Creek /​ p. 308-9 Startup, John : on Oatlands property, Nar Nar Goon /​ p. 313 Strettle, Stratford (stock agent) : had 'Ravenhurst' /​ p. 308 Strickland, (Revd) Frederick P. : Free Church of England minister at Geelong /​ p. 318 Strzelecki, Paul Edmund : in Western Port area /​ p. 304-5 Syme, (Dr) Arthur Edward : as pioneer motorist /​ p. 298-9 Tarrant (Captain), Harley : designed earliest Australian motor cars /​ p. 297 Tasman Bridge (Hobart) : damaged by freighter /​ p. 248 Terry, Samuel : biography of, reviewed /​ p. 325-7 Thom, John : took up Hurdy Gurdy run /​ p. 305 Thomson, Herbert : designed early motor cars /​ p. 297 Tobin Yallock (Vic.) : Jamieson's squatting run /​ p. 305 Toomah, squatting run : held by Dr Bathe /​ p. 307, 310 Toomah, squatting run : Howey and Patterson held /​ p. 310 Toomuc Creek : squatting runs on /​ p. 309-11 Tooradin, squatting run : held by Mantons /​ p. 305 Tooradin, squatting run : William Lyall on /​ p. 305-6 Tractors : first used in Western District /​ p. 276 Tricycles : Singer 'motor wheel' /​ p. 291 Tricycles : Singer 'motor wheel' (illustration) /​ p. 290 Tricycles : used by Dr Syme as transport /​ p. 298-9 Trollope, (Revd) William : planned for independent Church of England in Victoria /​ p. 317 'Tulliallan' (property) : originally 'Ravenshurst' /​ p. 308 Turnbull, John Fowler : had Gin Gin Bin run /​ p. 308 Two Rivers (swatting run, Western Port) : /​ p. 305 Victoria : settlement and farming in Western District /​ p. 250-82 Victoria, Acts of Parliament : Land Act 1898 /​ p. 267 Victoria, Lands Purchase and Management Board : /​ p. 272 Victoria, Royal Commission into Closer Settlement, 1915 : /​ p. 273 Victoria, Royal Commission on Butter Industry, 1905 : /​ p. 264 Victorian Free Church of England and Ireland : /​ p. 319 Victorian Historical Journal : new name for Magazine /​ p. 249 Village settlements : in Western District /​ p. 259, 272 Village settlements : on Koo Wee Rup Swamp /​ p. 314 Waddell, William : had I.Y.U. run /​ p. 309 Waller, William Westrop, : lessee of Buneep Buneep run /​ p. 313 Walsh, William, : held Mount Ararat Creek run /​ p. 311 Wando Vale, estate : closer settlement and /​ p. 273 Wando Vale, estate : dairying on /​ p. 275 Wando Vale, estate : lands leased /​ p. 268 Warrayure estate (Vic.) : subdivided 1900 /​ p. 254 Warrnambool (Vic.) : described in 1919 /​ p. 255 Watson, George : bred coach horses /​ p. 314 Watson, George : freehold of I.Y.U. run /​ p. 310 Watson, John : had Mount Ararat no. 2 run /​ p. 311 Westaway, squatting run : with Two Rivers near Corinella /​ p. 305 Western District Cooperative Produce Co : /​ p. 265 Western District, of Victoria : history of agriculture in /​ p. 250-82 Western Port, district, of Victoria : early settlement of, and runs /​ p. 303-15 Wheat : grown in Western District in 19th century /​ p. 273, 276 Wight, Edward Byham : held Mount Ararat 2 run /​ p. 311 Willaura (Vic.) : development of, c. 1900 /​ p. 270-1 Wood, Dr William A. : rode in 'locomobile' steam car /​ p. 302 Wool Wool, estate : subdivided and sold /​ p. 269 Wright, Captain Samuel, of Corinella settlement : /​ p. 303
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