Victorian Historical Journal : 280 Volume 80 (2), 2013 Royal Historical Society of Victoria

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John Edward Newell, Gold Commissioner, Castlemaine : / p. 209 Bunce, Daniel, curator of Geelong Botanic Gardens : reporter for ‘Argus’ at Castlemaine, 1853 / p. 194-5, 201 Burke, Robert O’Hara : and Frederick Taylor / p. 251 Burns, Robert : as subject of statues in British Empire and elsewhere / p. 280-3 Burns, Robert : celebrated, in Victoria / p. 283 Burns, Robert : eight statues in Australia / p. 280 Burns, Robert : statue of, at Ballarat / p. 190, 279-80, 283,285-91, 298 Burns, Robert : Henry Lawson, poem on Burns statue / p. 288-9 Burns, Robert : criticised in ‘Horsham Times’, 1885 / p. 289-90 Burns, Robert : statue at Camperdown / p. 285-6 Burns, Robert : statue at Ballarat, illustration / p. 284 Burns Memorial Committee, Ballarat : / p. 285, 289 ‘Burrabogie’, station, NSW : held by Loughnan and Taylor / p. 247, 251-2 Byrne, Tim : as fellow telegraphist with John Murphy / p. 330-1 Cahir, Fred : ‘Black Gold: Aboriginal People on the Goldfields of Victoria’, by, reviewed / p. 359-61 Caledonian societies, in Victoria : / p. 282 Caledonian Society of Melbourne : attended unveiling of William Wallace statue at Ballarat. 1889 / p. 294 Camp Murphy : name given to Melbourne Cricket Ground, 1942 / p. 332 Camp Pell : name given to Royal Park, 1942, for US troops / p. 332 Camperdown : statue of Robert Burns / p. 285-6 ‘Camperdown Chronicle’ : on statue of Robert Burns at Camperdown / p. 285-6 Cannon, Michael Montague : on Theodore and Benjamin Fink / p. 229-30 Carolan, Jane : ‘Serving Church: vol. 1, A history of Catholic Church Insurances Ltd; vol.2, The People of Catholic Churches Ltd’, 2011, reviewed / p. 363-5 Carr, Most Revd Thomas Joseph, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne : study of Catholic life in Melbourne 1880-1920, by Patrick Morgan, reviewed / p. 361-3 Cassidy, Stephen, convict servant, ‘Weatherboard’ : and murder of hutkeeper, Michael Wilson / p. 262-4, 265, 268, 270, 273 Castlemaine : writings of Ellen Clacy and Elizabeth Ramsay-Layeon goldfields / p. 191-213 Castlemaine : survey and land sales / p. 210 Castlemaine : Daniel Bunce reporter for ‘Argus’ on / p. 194-5 Castlemaine : commissioners quarters, Golden Point / p. 196-7, 206 Castlemaine : protest meetings at, 1851-2 / p. 196-7 Castlemaine : criminal gangs attacked mines, 1852 / p. 197-8 Castlemaine : described in 1861 by Elizabeth Ramsay-Laye in ‘Social Life and Manners in Australia’ / p. 205-7 Castlemaine : Military House, described by Elizabeth Ramsay-Laye / p. 209-10 Castlemaine : Mount Alexander diggings, 1851, illustration / p. 195 Castlemaine Medical Association : / p. 208 Catholic Church Insurances Ltd : history of, in two volumes by Jane Carolan, reviewed / p. 363-5 ‘Cerberus’, gunship wreck, Black Rock : John Murphy and / p. 331 Child immigrants : / p. 306-8 Child immigrants : Greek children in Melbourne, 1960s-1970s / p. 304-25 Child immigrants : acculturation and socialization / p. 306-8 Chinese, in Victoria : as miners, ‘Strathloddon’ / p. 250 Clacy, Charles : / p. 193-4 Clacy, Ellen, Mrs Charles : ‘A Lady’s Visit to the Gold Diggings of Australian 1852-3’, by / p. 191-201 Clacy, Ellen, Mrs Charles : ‘Lights and Shadows of Australian Life’, by / p. 192 Clacy, Ellen, Mrs Charles : marriage to Charles Clacy questioned / p. 193-4 Clark, Ian D. : ‘The Death of a Hutkeeper near Geelong in 1840: A New Investigative Approach’ article / p. 259-78 Clark, Ian D. : on Aboriginal labour / p. 360 Clarke, Janet, Lady : headed committee for funds for University / p. 231 Codd, Peter, hutkeeper, Mount Rouse : murder of, described / p. 264-5 Coldham, Walter Timon, barrister, Melbourne : and trial of Frederick Dickson / p. 227 Collins, Goldsmith (Goldie), footballer : as litigant, seeking to use legal resources in Supreme Court, Melbourne, library / p. 367 Connor, Michael : ‘The Invention of Terra Nullius’, by, cited / p. 260 Cotter, Edmund John. (Ted), MLA, Richmond : / p. 348 Cowan, Edward J. : linked William Wallace, Scottish hero, to Eureka / p. 295 Croggon, Jan : on Scottish settlers in Victorian Western District / p. 285 Cross, Benjamin, servant of Foster Fyans : turned bushranger / p. 269, 270, 274 Crouch, Richard Amstrong, MHR, Corio : story of laugh of Sir Alexander Peacock / p. 348 Curacoine, Wathaurong tribesman : killing of, 1836 / p. 238-9 Dale, John : as convict servant, ‘Weatherboard’ / p. 262-3, 268-9 Darian-Smith, Ian : as Professor of Physiology, Melbourne University / p. 369 Deakin, Alfred : and Library of Parliament House in Melbourne / p. 339 Deany, James Davidson, MLA, Warrnambool : protest on steps of State Parliament House, 1925 / p. 348-9 Delbridge, Lea, : as Professor of Physiology, Melbourne University / p. 369 Dellios, Alexandra : on Greek child immigrants / p. 190 Dellios, Alexandra : ‘A Cultural Conflict? Belonging for Greek Child Migrants in 1960s and 1970s Melbourne, article / p. 303-25 Derham, Enid : on Frederick Dickson / p. 220 Derwent Company : held ‘Weatherboard’ station, Port Phillip / p. 259, 261 Derwent Company : two station hands killed by Aborigines / p. 266, 272-4 Derwent Company : sheep stolen and killed, ‘Werribee’ run / p. 266-7, 268 Dickson, Catherine, mother of Frederick Dickson : / p. 217-8 Dickson, Donald, son of Frederick Dickson : / p. 233 Dickson, Emilie, wife of Frederick Dickson : / p. 226, 232-4 Dickson, Frederick Thomas James, : as accountant, University of Melbourne / p. 217-21 Dickson, Frederick Thomas James, accountant, University of Melbourne : committed fraud on the University / p. 214-36 Dickson, Frederick Thomas James, accountant, University of Melbourne : trial of / p. 226-7 Dickson, Frederick Thomas James, accountant, University of Melbourne : imprisonment and later life / p. 232 Dickson, Frederick Thomas James, accountant, University of Melbourne : portrait, illustration / p. 216 Dickson, Frederick Thomas James, accountant, University of Melbourne : with officers of Melbourne University, illustration / p. 219 Dickson, Frederick Thomas James, accountant, University of Melbourne : criminal record, illustration / p. 233 Dickson, Henry, brother of Frederick Dickson : / p. 217 Dickson, John, uncle of Frederick Dickson : / p. 217 Dickson, Reginald, son of Frederick Dickson : / p. 233 Dickson, Robert, Premier of Queensland : / p. 234 Dickson, Robert, brother of Frederick Dickson : / p. 217 Dickson, Thomas, merchant, father of Frederick Dickson : / p. 217, 226 Dickson, Thomas, merchant, father of Frederick Dickson : accountancy and auditing business / p. 217-8, 225 Dickson, Thomas, son of Frederick Dickson : / p. 232 Dickson, Warrand, uncle of Frederick Dickson : / p. 217 Dingley Dell, Castlemaine : / p. 199-200 Djadjawurrung [Dja Dja Wurrung], tribe : on central Victorian goldfields / p. 359-61 Djargurd [Djargurd Wurrung], tribe : Murdering Gully massacre of, 1839 / p. 242 Drake, Sir Edwin Tipster : and Melbourne University finances / p. 223 Edinge, Frederick, shepherd, Crawford River station : killed by Aborigines / p. 265 Edney, Tony : on Frederick Taylor / p. 189-90 Edney, Tony : ‘The fortunes of Frederick Taylor’, article / p. 237-58 Eight Hours (Labour) Day : in Ballarat 1887 / p. 286 Ellery, Robert Lewis, Government Astronomer : at levee for Duke of Cornwall and York, 1901 / p. 215 Ellery, Robert Lewis, Government Astronomer : and Frederick Dickson / p. 220-1, 230 Elphinstone (Saw Pit Gully) : gang held up public house / p. 197-8 Embling, William Henry, MLC, Victoria : on reading room for State MPs at Exhibition Building / p. 345 Etheridge, Robert, anthropologist : on leangles as Aboriginal weapons / p. 264 Ferguson, James, Government auditor, Victoria : and Melbourne University accounts / p. 216, 222 Ferguson, James, Government auditor, Victoria : and fraud committed by Dickson / p. 222-4, 226, 235 Fink, Benjamin : / p. 229-30 Fink. Theodore, MLA : and insolvency cases / p. 229-30 Fink. Theodore, MLA : chaired Royal Commission into University of Melbourne management / p. 229 Fink. Theodore, MLA : on death of Victorian Parliamentary Librarian / p. 344 Fink. Theodore, MLA : on reading room for State MPs at Exhibition Buildings / p. 345 Fisher, David, manager for Derwent Company : / p. 267, 271-273 Fitzpatrick, Alexander (Alex), police constable : Baumgarten case and Kelly Gang / p. 357, 358 Fitzroy, George Street Primary School : Greek migrant children at, 1965 / p. 310 Fleming, John, ‘Myall Creek’ station superintendent : / p. 253 Flesch, Juliet : ‘Life’s Logic: 150 Years of Physiology at the University of Melbourne’, by, reviewed / p. 367-9 Flitt, Captain James : attempted murder of, by Aborigines / p. 238 Forest Creek, diggings : Mrs Ellen Clacy and party at, 1852 / p. 195-6 Forest Creek, diggings : commissioner’s tent and officers’ quarters at / p. 196 Forest Creek, diggings : view of, from road to Castlemaine, by S.T. Gill and J, Tingle, 1857, illustration / p. 199 Freestun, Edward, convict servant : witness to killing of Curacoine / p. 238-9 Freund, Walter Julius, `Dunera’ migrant : worked in Dept of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, Melbourne University / p. 368 Fryerstown : criminals at, 1852 / p. 198 Fyans, Captain John Foster, police magistrate, Geelong : and Frederick Taylor / p. 240-1 Fyans, Captain John Foster, police magistrate, Geelong : servant, Benjamin Cross, as bushranger / p. 269, 274 Fyans, Captain John Foster, police magistrate, Geelong : portrait, illustration / p. 240 Gates, Alfred, clerk at Audit Office : / p. 226 Gates, Alfred, clerk at Audit Office : and audit of Frederick Dickson’s records / p. 222, 224 Gellibrand, Joseph Tyce : / p. 267 Glenrowan : archaeological dig on inn site / p. 358-9 George V, King of Great Britain : as Duke of Cornwall and York, levee for, at Government House, Melbourne, May 1901 / p. 214-5 Gibb, Don, convenor, Publications Committee, RHSV : review of ‘The Kelly Gang exposed’ (Macfarlane) / p. 356-9 Gibb, Don, convenor, Publications Committee, RHSV : review of ‘The True Story of Ned Kelly’s Last Stand: New Revelations Unearthed about the Bloody Siege at Glenrowan’ (Terry) / p. 356-9 Gilchrist, John, in Dickson, Gilchrist and Co., Melbourne : / p. 217 Gill, Samuel Taylor : Forest Creek from the road to Castlemaine, by, with J. Tingle, illustration / p. 199 Gillies, Duncan, Premier of Victoria : and Commonwealth taking over Parliament House in Melbourne / p. 338 Gillott, Sir Samuel, Attorney General, Victoria : complained lack of legal books at Exhibition Building, 1901 / p. 344 Gipps, Sir George, Governor of New South Wales : and Frederick Taylor / p. 245 Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Coy Ltd (G&N Co.) : staff liver damage from over-drinking with clients, Leongatha office / p. 326 Gisborne, Henry Fyshe, Commissioner of Crown Lands : inquiry into Murdering Gully massacre, 1839 / p. 242-3 Givens, Henry Thomas, Senator : and protest of James Deany, 1925 / p. 349 Gold Diggers Mutual Protection Association : / p. 198 Gold mines and mining in Victoria : first accounts of, in England / p. 191 Gold mines and mining in Victoria : aborigines on gold fields, study by Fred Cahir, reviewed / p. 359-61 Goodman, David : on Mrs Clacy’s ‘A Lady’s Visit to the Goldfields’ / p. 193, 194 Grabham, Arthur, Leongatha : in RAAF, shot down over Germany / p. 336 Gray, Charles, squatter : and Murdering Gully massacre / p. 242-3 Gray, Frederick, lawyer, and ‘Lindenow’ run : / p. 246 Great Britain, Army : 40th Regiment, in Victoria / p. 210 Greeks, in Victoria : / p. 307, 309-21 Greeks, in Victoria : on child migrants / p. 190, 308-21 Greeks, in Victoria : ‘A Cultural Conflict? Belonging for Greek Child Migrants in 1960s and 1970s Melbourne’, article by Alexandra Dellios / p. 303-25 Greeks, in Victoria : interviews with former child migrants / p. 306-21 Greeks, in Victoria : forced to speak English at school / p. 317-18 Greeks, in Victoria : and use of English language / p. 318-19 Greeks, in Victoria : involvement in sport in Melbourne / p. 319-20 Greeks, in Victoria : migrant school boys at a South Melbourne school, illustration / p. 307 Greeks, in Victoria : gathering of Greek families who arrived on the ‘Patris’ in 1969, illustration / p. 310 Greeks, in Victoria : Greek wedding, South Melbourne, c. 1970, illustration / p. 312 Gregory, Patrick : ‘Speaking Volumes’, by, cited, on Parliamentary Libraries / p. 345, 350 Grice, Sir John, University of Melbourne : / p. 215 ‘Gringlish’ (Greek and English) : / p. 319 Hagan, R.J. : as Manpower officer, Leongatha / p. 335 Halford, George Britton, Professor of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, Melbourne University : / p. 368 Hall, Isaac : as hutkeeper, Derwent Company / p. 266 Ham, Thomas, engraver, Melbourne : ‘Views of the Gold Fields of Mount Alexander and Ballarat’, by / p. 196, 201 Harrap, Stephen, Professor of Physiology, Melbourne University : / p. 369 Hayes, Thomas, hutkeeper, Lake Keilambete : murder of, by Aborigines / p. 265, 273 Hesse, George B.L. : / p. 267 Higgins, E., teacher, Leongatha North : yachting in his retirement, Edithvale, 1941 / p. 331 Hodges, Sir Henry Edward, judge, Supreme Court of Victoria : and trial of Frederick Dickson / p. 226-8 Hodges, Sir Henry Edward, judge, Supreme Court of Victoria : President, Old Melburnians Society / p. 228 Hogan, Edmond John (Ned), Premier of Victoria : and memorial to Federal Parliament occupying Melbourne Parliament House / p. 382 ‘Honduras’, ship : carried news of gold rushes in Australia to London / p. 191 ‘Honduras’, ship : on Frederick Dickson / p. 190 Hooper, Carol : ‘Frederick Dickson: The Man who Defrauded the University of Melbourne’, article / p. 214-36 Horse racing, in Victoria : and use of telegrams for betting 1941-1 / p. 330, 333-4 ‘Horsham Times’ : criticism of Robert Burns / p. 289-90 Howard Florey Laboratories of Experimental Physiology, Melbourne University : / p. 369 Hughes, William Morris (Billy), Prime Minister : and laugh of Sir Alexander Peacock / p. 348 Insurance : Catholic Churches Insurance Ltd / p. 363-5 Irvine, Sir William Hill, Premier of Victoria : as Attorney General, moved Commonwealth Arrangements Bill in Victorian Parliament / p. 338 Irvine, Sir William Hill, Premier of Victoria : and temporary return of Parliament to Spring Street / p. 346 Irving, Martin Howy, Professor of Classics, Melbourne University : / p. 218, 220 Isaacs, Victor : on the Victorian Parliament / p. 189 Isaacs, Victor : ‘Parliament in Exile: Victorian Parliament at the Exhibition Building 1901-1927’, article / p. 337-355 Italians, in Victoria : prisoners of war at Leongatha / p. 335-6 James, John, clerk, University of Melbourne : / p. 226 Jenks, Professor Edward, first Professor of Law at Melbourne University : needed permission to use Supreme Court Library / p. 367 ‘Jerilderie Letter’ (by Ned Kelly) : / p. 358 Jones, Ann, : Glenrowan Hotel / p. 358-9 Katsimbas, Barbara, former Greek migrant child : interview, use of Greek at school / p. 318-9 Kelly, Edward (Ned) : review of ‘The True Story of Ned Kelly’s Last Stand: New Revelations Unearthed about the Bloody Siege at Glenrowan’, by Paul Terry / p. 256-9 Kelly Gang : earlier writings on / p. 356-7 Kelly Gang : ‘The Kelly Gang exposed’, by Ian Macfarlane, reviewed / p. 356-9 Kelly Gang : 1881 Royal Commission on / p. 357-8 Kelly Gang : and archaeological dig at Glenrowan Hotel / p. 358-9 Kirkland., Katherine : on Aborigines in Werribee area, 1839 / p. 268-9 Knowles, Marion Miller : / p. 362 Koryfas, Helen, former Greek migrant child : interview, on school experience, Clayton South Primary School, 1968 / p. 311-12, 324 Koryfas, Peter, former Greek migrant child : interview, on experience of discrimination / p. 316-17, 324 Lambie, James, Ballarat : on William Wallace / p. 297 Lang, Thomas, Ballarat : planted willows in Ballarat / p. 286 La Trobe, Charles Joseph, Lieutenant Governor of Victoria : and Murdering Gully massacre of Aborigines inquiry / p. 242 La Trobe, Charles Joseph, Lieutenant Governor of Victoria : and Frederick Taylor at ‘Lindenow’ / p. 245 La Trobe, Charles Joseph, Lieutenant Governor of Victoria : and investigation of Aboriginal murders / p. 267 Law Library of Victoria : / p. 367 Lawson, Sir Harry Sutherland Wightman, Premier of Victoria : / p. 348, 351 Lawson, Henry : poem on Robert Burns statue, Ballarat / p. 288 Laye, Emily : / p. 202 Laye, Major Francis Fenwick, husband of Elisabeth Ramsay-Laye : / p. 201-3, 208-11 ‘Leader’, weekly, Melbourne : on complaints of state MPs in moving to Exhibition Building, 1900 / p. 343 Leangles, Aboriginal weapons : / p. 264 Lemmon, John, MLA, Williamstown : / p. 348 Leongatha : / p. 327-8 Leongatha : 13th Light Horse using Recreation Reserve, 1941 / p. 328 Leongatha : Italian POWs on farms, 1944 / p. 335-6 Leongatha : Post Office / p. 327 Leongatha : John Murphy as telegraph messenger / p. 326-7 Leongatha (High School) Secondary College : honour roll for 20 students who lost lives in World War II, 2012 / p. 336 Libraries : ‘Books for the Profession: The Library of the Supreme Court of Victoria’, by Sue Reynolds, reviewed / p. 365-7 ‘Lindenow’, run : taken up by Loughnan and Taylor / p. 243-4 ‘Lindenow’, run : J.D. Smith secured possession of / p. 246 Lomax, John, convict blacksmith : / p. 269, 274 Lonsdale, William, Police Magistrate : investigated death of Aborigine, Curacoine / p. 238-9 Loughnan, Henry N. : / p. 246-7, 251, 252 Loughnan, John Michael : manager, ‘Lindenow’ run with Frederick Taylor / p. 243-6 Loughnan, Richard James (Jimmy), Richmond : and ‘Burrabogie’ station / p. 247, 251 Lowenthal, David : ‘The Past is a Foreign Country’, by, cited / p. 189 Luckie, J.C. postmaster, Leongatha : / p. 327 Lumholtz, Carl Sofus, Norwegian explorer and ethnologist : described Aborigines fighting / p. 264 McDonald, James, MLA for Polwarth : / p. 349 Macfarlane, Ian : ‘The Kelly Gang Unmasked’, by, reviewed / p. 356-9 McGuire, M.F (Peg) : apology by RHSV for changes to article, issue / p. 278, 5 McIntyre, Sir John, MLA, Victoria : on move of Victorian Parliament to Exhibition Building, 1900 / p. 343, 344 McCrae, Dr James, surgeon and coroner, Castlemaine : / p. 208 McKenna, T.J. : on Mrs Clacy’s ‘A Lady’s Visit to the Goldfields’ / p. 192-3 McKenzie, Donald, shepherd, Crawford River station : killed by Aborigines / p. 265 Mackillop. George, Geelong : held ‘Strathdownie’ run / p. 241, 243-4 Mackillop. George, Geelong : on attacks by Aborigines / p. 267 McPherson, Sir William Murray, Premier of Victoria : suggested dome for Parliament House in Melbourne / p. 351 Madden, Sir John, Chief Justice, Victoria : as Lieutenant Governor with Duke of York, 1901 / p. 215 Mahon, Hugh MHR : / p. 365 Mahon, Hugh MHR : and Catholic Church Insurance Ltd / p. 364 Maldon (Tarrangower diggings) : visited by the Laye family, 1861 / p. 206 Maloney, William, MLA, Victoria : on Victorian Parliament in Exhibition Building / p. 343, 346 Mannix, Most Revd Daniel, Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne : / p. 361-3 Martin, Charles James, Professor Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, Melbourne University : / p. 368 Marzorini, John : as assistant to Frederick Dickson, Melbourne University / p. 224 Massary, Isobel : as pen name of Elizabeth Ramsay-Laye / p. 201 Melbourne, Exhibition Building : occupied by Victorian Parliament, 1901-27 / p. 337-55 Melbourne, Exhibition Building : problems with heating, 1901 / p. 344, 346-7 Melbourne, Exhibition Building : Reading Room for MPs / p. 345-6 Melbourne, Exhibition Building : vacated by State Parliament, 1927 / p. 350-2 Melbourne, General Post Office, 1900 : illustration / p. 329 Melbourne, Parliament House : occupied by Commonwealth Parliament, 1901-1927 / p. 338-55 Melbourne, Parliament House : library of / p. 341-6, 350, 352 Melbourne, Parliament House : state MPs, and access to library and facilities / p. 341, 343-6, 348 Melbourne, Parliament House : library employees as state employees / p. 341-2, 346 Melbourne, Parliament House : return of State Parliament to 1927 / p. 350-2 Melbourne, Parliament House : alterations to 1927 / p. 351-2 Melbourne, Parliament House : dome suggested for, 1927 / p. 351 Melbourne, Parliament House : memorial to Federal Government occupancy, plan / p. 351-2 Melbourne, Parliament House : view north along Spring Street, c. 1920, illustration / p. 340 Melbourne Club : Frederick Taylor elected member / p. 251 Melbourne Cricket Ground : American troops used it as Camp Murphy, 1942 / p. 332 Melbourne University : and fraud on, committed by accountant, Frederick Dickson / p. 214-36 Melbourne University : inquiries into administration / p. 218-9 Melbourne University : role of registrar / p. 219 Melbourne University : visit of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York, 1901 / p. 215 Melbourne University : financial arrangements / p. 220-1 Melbourne University : poor financial position 1901 / p. 215-6 Melbourne University : and Dickson fraud / p. 223-6 Melbourne University : finances reorganized / p. 228-9 Melbourne University : Royal Commission into management, 1902-04 / p. 229-31 Melbourne University : funding for, 1904 / p. 231 Melbourne University : officers of the University, 1894, illustration / p. 219 Melbourne University, Conservatorium of Music : / p. 225 Melbourne University, School of Physiology : history of, by Juliet Flesch, reviewed / p. 367-9 Merkouris, Faye, former Greek migrant child : interview, on involvement in sport / p. 319-20 Mitchell, William Henry Fancourt : and Frederick Taylor / p. 251 Molesworth, Hickman, judge, Insolvency Court : on insolvency cases / p. 230 Molony, John Neylon : on Mrs Clacy’s ‘A Lady’s Visit to the Goldfields’ / p. 192-3 Moran, Cardinal, Right Revd Francis Patrick. Catholic Archbishop of Sydney : and Catholic Church Insurance Ltd / p. 364 Morgan, Patrick : ‘Melbourne before Mannix: Catholics in Public Life 1880-1920’, by, reviewed / p. 361-3 Morgan, Trefor, Professor of Physiology, Melbourne University : / p. 369 Morrah, Arthur, Commissioner of Audit, Victoria : / p. 215 Morrah, Arthur, Commissioner of Audit, Victoria : and fraud committed by Frederick Dickson / p. 223-4 Morrah, Arthur, Commissioner of Audit, Victoria : censured by Royal Commission on University finances / p. 231-2 ‘Mount Alexander Mail’, Castlemaine : on Frederick Taylor / p. 252 Mount Emu Creek : ‘Strathdownie’ run established by Frederick Taylor / p. 241 Mount Emu Creek : and Murdering Gully massacre / p. 242 Mount Taylor : / p. 246 Muckleford : land purchased by Major Francis and Elizabeth Laye / p. 210 Murdering Gully : massacre of Aborigines, 1839 / p. 242-3 Murphy, (Nicholas) John : World War experiences as telegraphist / p. 190 Murphy, (Nicholas) John : ‘School to Work: Civvy Street 1939-45’, article / p. 326-36 Murphy, (Nicholas) John : as telegraph messenger, and postal clerk / p. 327-8 Murphy, (Nicholas) John : as telegraphist, GPO, Melbourne / p. 328-30, 332-3 Murphy, (Nicholas) John : telegraphist at Puckapunyal, 1943 / p. 333-4 Murphy, (Nicholas) John : on ‘Rubybank’ property, Leongatha / p. 334, 336 Murphy, (Nicholas) John : certificate, reserved occupation of, 1942, illustration / p. 331 Murphy, Richard (Dick), brother of John Murphy : telegraphist on HMAS ‘Vendetta’ / p. 332, 336 Myall Creek Massacre : / p. 253 Naylor, Thomas Beagley, magistrate, Castlemaine : and Frederick Taylor / p. 249-50 New Norcia Aboriginal Mission, WA : / p. 365 Niall, Brenda Mary : review of ‘Melbourne before Mannix: Catholics in Public Life, 1880-1920’ (Morgan) / p. 361-3 Nimmo, John, surveyor, MHR, Ballarat, Minister of Public Works : / p. 286-7 Nimmo, John, surveyor, MHR, Ballarat, Minister of Public Works : unveiled statues of Robert Burns and William Wallace in Ballarat / p. 280, 286-8, 290-1, 294, 296, 397 Oakleigh : youth gang in, in 1980s / p. 315-16 O’Malley, King, MHR : suggested Federal Parliament move to Hobart, 1901 / p. 345 Oral history : use of, with Greek child migrants / p. 308-9 Osborne, William Alexander : as Professor of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, Melbourne University / p. 368 Page, James (Jim), MHR, Maranoa : on moving Federal Parliament to Sydney, 1901 / p. 344-5 Papadopoulos, Ari, former Greek migrant child : interview, on learning and using English / p. 317-18 Papadopoulos, Ari, former Greek migrant child : involvement in sport / p. 319 Paskiewicz, Patrick : on Elizabeth Ramsay-Laye / p. 202-3 Peacock, Sir Alexander, Premier of Victoria : / p. 340, 351 Peacock, Sir Alexander, Premier of Victoria : and Melbourne University debts / p. 215-6, 229 Peacock, Sir Alexander, Premier of Victoria : invited Edmund Barton, Prime Minister elect, to choose building for Commonwealth Parliament / p. 338-9 Peacock, Sir Alexander, Premier of Victoria : on Parliament move to Exhibition Building / p. 343 Peacock, Sir Alexander, Premier of Victoria : laugh of, disturbed Billy Hughes / p. 348 Peacock, Sir Alexander, Premier of Victoria : portrait, illustration / p. 341 Phoenix Foundry, Ballarat : band of, played at unveiling of statue of Robert Burns, 1887 / p. 287 ‘Piccaninny Creek’, station : held by Frederick Taylor, 1855 / p. 247 Police, Victoria : and Kelly outbreak / p. 358 Porter, Harold Edward (Hal) : on Lindenow run battles / p. 246 Powlett, Frederick Armand : Gold Commissioner, Forest Creek / p. 196 Prendergast, George Michael, Premier of Victoria : / p. 351 Prendergast, George Michael, Premier of Victoria : on Exhibition Building / p. 189 Prendergast, George Michael, Premier of Victoria : on move of Victorian Parliament to Exhibition Building, 1900-1 / p. 343, 344, 345, 348 Priestley, Sir Raymond Edward, Vice Chancellor, University of Melbourne : and Frederick Dickson / p. 234 Prisoners of War, Victoria, World War II : Italians at Leongatha / p. 335-6 Prout, John Skinner : ‘Australian Shepherd’s hut’, by, illustration / p. 263 Puckapunyal : John Murphy telegraphist, 1943 / p. 333 Purves, James Liddell, barrister, Melbourne : / p. 227 Quirk, Patrick, assistant librarian, Parliament House, Melbourne : as acting Parliamentary Librarian at Exhibition Building, 1901 / p. 346 Rabbits : around Tallarook, 1943 / p. 333 Rae, Thomas, merchant, Melbourne : / p. 217 Railways, Victoria : ‘up’ and ‘down’ trains, Leongatha station, 1939 / p. 327 Railways, Victoria : shortage of coal for, 1944 / p. 334-5 Ramsay, Robert, Queensland squatter : / p. 201, 203 Ramsay-Laye, Elizabeth : / p. 201-3 Ramsay-Laye, Elizabeth : ‘Social Life and Manners in Australia’, by / p. 191, 201-11 Ramsay-Laye, Elizabeth : active in women’s rights / p. 201 Ramsay-Laye, Elizabeth : ‘Social Life and Manners’…, title page, illustration / p. 202 Ramsay-Laye, Elizabeth : ‘Social Life and Manners’…, preface, illustration / p. 204 Ramsay-Laye, Elizabeth : ‘Social Life and Manners’…,, page 1, illustration / p. 207 Reece, Robert H.W, (Bob) : ‘Aborigines and Colonials’, by, cited / p. 259 Rees, Richard B., MLC, Victoria : on Federal Parliament charged for use of State Parliament building / p. 348 Reid, Robert Herbert, Victorian MLC and Senator : / p. 347 Reid, Robert Herbert, Victorian MLC and Senator : election as Senator / p. 347 Reynolds, Sue : ‘Books for the Profession: The Library of the Supreme Court of Victoria’, by, reviewed / p. 365-7 Richards, Eric : ‘That Land of Exiles’, by, cited / p. 291 Richards, Eric : ‘Speaking to Immigrants’ by, cited / p. 308 Riemer, Andrew : ‘Inside Outside: Life between Two Worlds’, by cited / p. 303-4 Robertson, Stirton, clerk, Melbourne University : / p. 221 Robinson, George Augustus, Protector of Aborigines : and complaints by Frederick Taylor / p. 241 Robinson, George Augustus, Protector of Aborigines : report on Taylor and Murdering Gully massacre / p. 242 Robinson, George Augustus, Protector of Aborigines : and Taylor’s treatment of Indian labourers (‘coolie servants’) / p. 244-5 Robinson, George Augustus, Protector of Aborigines : and murder of Michael Wilson / p. 271 Robinson, George Augustus, Protector of Aborigines : portrait, illustration / p. 244 Roman Catholic churches : Catholic Church Insurance Ltd and / p. 363-5 Royal Park, Melbourne : as Camp Pell in 1942 with US soldiers / p. 332 ‘Rubybank’, property, near Leongatha : / p. 326, 335-6 Saint Andrew’s societies, in Victoria : / p. 282 Saint Andrew’s Society, Ballarat : at unveiling of William Wallace statue, 1889 / p. 294 Sargood, Sir Frederick Thomas, MLC and Senator, Victoria : and occupation of Parliament House, Melbourne by Commonwealth Parliament, 1900 / p. 338 Sargood, Sir Frederick Thomas, MLC and Senator, Victoria : death of, 1903 / p. 347 Sargood, Sir Frederick Thomas, MLC and Senator, Victoria : portrait, illustration / p. 347 Scots, in Victoria : significance of statues erected by / p. 279-81 Scots, in Victoria : in Victorian Western District / p. 283-5 Scots, in Victoria : in Ballarat / p. 279-80, 283-5 Scots, in Victoria : annual celebrations / p. 282 Scots, in Victoria : societies and associations founded / p. 282 Scots, in Victoria : and William Wallace / p. 294-5 Semelin, Jacques : on death of a hutkeeper near Geelong / p. 190 Semelin, Jacques : case studies on massacres / p. 260-1 Semelin, Jacques : methodology of analysis of murders in ‘Purify and Destroy’ in hutkeeper murder / p. 261-3, 266, 268, 271, 275 Sfitskis, Anna, former Greek child migrant, Clayton South : / p. 313-4 Sfitskis, Anna, former Greek child migrant, Clayton South : interview, on fears of discrimination at school / p. 313-4 Shaw, William, convict servant, ‘Weatherboard’ : / p. 262-3, 269 Shennan, Rosalynn : on Mrs Clacy in Victoria / p. 193, 195 Shepherds : Australian shepherd’s hut (1873), illustration / p. 263 Sievwright, Charles, Assistant Protector of Aborigines : / p. 267 Sievwright, Charles, Assistant Protector of Aborigines : and Frederick Taylor / p. 241-3 Sievwright, Charles, Assistant Protector of Aborigines : investigation of murder of Michael (Micky) Wilson on ‘Weatherboard Station’ / p. 259, 267-8, 272-3 Sloane, William, in Dickson, Gilchrist and Co., Melbourne : / p. 217 Smith, James, overseer : / p. 270 Smith, John Davison : held ‘Lindenow’ run / p. 243-4, 246 Gained possession of run : / p. 246 Souter, Gavin Geoffrey : ‘Acts of Parliament’ by, cited / p. 348 Sparks, Octavius Batten : / p. 252 Sprigg, William, auditor, Melbourne : / p. 215, 223, 230 Statues, in Australia : role of, as sites of memory for migrants / p. 280-1 Statues, in Australia : of Robert Burns and of William Wallace, in Ballarat / p. 279-302 Staughton, Samuel Thomas, jr, MLA, Victoria : on state of State Parliament House, 1901 / p. 344 Stoddart, Thomas, Ballarat : president, Burns Memorial Committee / p. 285 Stoddart, Thomas, Ballarat : and Wallace statue / p. 293 Strangos, Arthur, Richmond, former Greek migrant child : interview, experience of discrimination at George Street, Fitzroy School / p. 314-15 Strangos, Helen, former Greek migrant child : interview, children at George Street, Fitzroy, School, in 1969 / p. 310-11, 319 ‘Strathdownie’, run (Mount Emu Creek) : Frederick Taylor as manager / p. 241-3 ‘Strathloddon’, station, Vic : held by Frederick Taylor / p. 247-8, 250, 252 ‘Strathloddon’, station, Vic : taken over by Niel Black / p. 253 Stringybark Creek : Kelly shootings at / p. 357-8 Taverner, Sir John William, MLA, Victoria : on Victorian Parliament in Exhibition Building / p. 344 Taylor, Frederick : / p. 189-90 Taylor, Frederick : biographical study / p. 237-58 Taylor, Frederick : birth and early years / p. 237-8 Taylor, Frederick : as station overseer / p. 238-46 Taylor, Frederick : and death of Aborigine Curacoine / p. 238-9 Taylor, Frederick : and Murdering Gully massacre 1839 / p. 242 Taylor, Frederick : fled to India / p. 243 Taylor, Frederick : overseer with Loughnan on ‘Lindenow’ run / p. 243-5 Taylor, Frederick : poor treatment of coolie servants / p. 244-5 Taylor, Frederick : managed runs in Gippsland / p. 245-6 Taylor, Frederick : held ‘Strathloddon’ and other stations / p. 247-8, 250-1 Taylor, Frederick : as magistrate, Castlemaine, and in New South Wales / p. 248-9, 251 Taylor, Frederick : and action against William Aberdeen / p. 248-50 Taylor, Frederick : member of Melbourne Club / p. 251 Taylor, Frederick : later years, and death, 1872 / p. 252 Taylor’s River (Mount Emu Creek) : / p. 241 Teesdale, on Barwon River : / p. 262 Terry, Paul : ‘The True Story of Ned Kelly’s Last Stand: New Revelations Unearthed about the Bloody Siege at Glenrowan’, reviewed / p. 356-9 Theobald, Marjorie R : on female travel writers in the gold-rushes / p. 189 Theobald, Marjorie R : ‘Lies, Damn lies and Travel Writers: Women’s Narratives of the Castlemaine goldfields, 1852-54’, article / p. 191-213 Theobald, Marjorie R : writing history of Castlemaine / p. 191, 211 Thomas, William, Assistant Protector of Aborigines : diary, report on overseer James Smith, 1839 / p. 270 Thompson, James Russell, Ballarat : donated William Wallace statue to Ballarat / p. 293 Thompson, Patricia, Lansdowne Press : edited Mrs Clacy’s ‘A Lady’s Visit to the Gold Diggings’, in 1963 / p. 192 Thompson, Thomas, woodcarver and architectural designer, Ballarat : designed statue of Robert Burns for Ballarat / p. 285 Toutoglou, Chris, former Greek migrant child : interview, and experience in Clayton / p. 315-6 Trautner, Eduard : worked in Dept of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, Melbourne University / p. 369 Tulloch, David : engravings of goldfields, Castlemaine / p. 196-7 Turner, George, Premier of Victoria : / p. 340 Turner, George, Premier of Victoria : first Commonwealth Treasurer / p. 340 Turvey, George, hutkeeper : / p. 267 Tyers, Charles James, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Gippsland : and dealings with Frederick Taylor / p. 245 Tyers, Charles James, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Gippsland : on runaway prisoners / p. 269, 270 Udny, John [Giorgio Giovanni], sculptor, Italy : sculptor of statue of Robert Burns, Ballarat / p. 285 United States Army : troops in Melbourne, 1942 / p. 332 United States Army : unloading Sherman tanks, Port Melbourne, 1942 / p. 332 Urquhart, William Swan, surveyor : surveyed Castlemaine / p. 210 Victorian Acts of Parliament : Commonwealth Arrangements Act, 1900 / p. 338 Victorian Acts of Parliament : Audit Act, 1901 / p. 232 Victorian Audit Office : and University finances / p. 220-2 Victorian Audit Office : Royal Commission on University finances and / p. 231-2 Victorian Parliament : years at Exhibition Building 1901-27 / p. 337-55 Victorian Parliament : moved to Exhibition Building, 1901 and layout of rooms / p. 342-3 Victorian Parliament : temporary return to Spring Street 1902-03 / p. 346-7 Victorian Parliament : and protest of James Deany, MLA, with Federal Parliament on access to State Parliament House, 1925 / p. 348-9 Victorian Parliament : return to Spring Street / p. 350-1 Victorian Parliament : Royal Commission on University Finances, 1902-04 / p. 229-31 Victorian Parliament : Supreme Court Library of, study, by Sue Reynolds, reviewed / p. 365-7 Wadsworth, Arthur, State Parliament Librarian, Melbourne : acted as Commonwealth Parliamentary Librarian / p. 346 Wallace, William : statue of, at Ballarat / p. 190, 279, 283. 291-8 Wallace, William : poem on, ‘Songs of the Army of the Night’ by Francis Lauderdale Adams / p. 295-6 Wallace, William : statue , at Ballarat, illustration / p. 292 Watt, William Alexander, MLA, Victoria : complained of lack of State Parliament library at Exhibition Building, 1905 / p. 346 Waugh, John : review of ‘Books for the Profession: The Library of the Supreme Court of Victoria’ (Reynolds) / p. 365-7 ‘Weatherboard Station’, Derwent Company station : Michael Wilson, hutkeeper, for / p. 259, 261-2 Webber, Gordon Charles, MLA, Abbotsford : ordered out of State Parliament House, 1925 / p. 349 ‘Werribee Station’, Derwent Company station : trouble with Aborigines / p. 266 Whitehead, John Henry, convict servant : and killing of Aborigine, Curacoine / p. 238-9 Wilkie, Ben : on statues at Ballarat / p. 190 Wilkie, Ben : ‘Scottish Identity in Stone: Statues of Robert Burns and William Wallace in 19th Century Ballarat’, article / p. 279-302 Wilson, Michael (Micky), hutkeeper, ‘Weatherboard Station’ : / p. 261-2 Wilson, Michael (Micky), hutkeeper, ‘Weatherboard Station’ : murder of, 1840, investigative study / p. 259-78 Winter, Mary, ‘Advocate’ : / p. 362-3 ‘Wogs’ : as derogatory term for foreigners / p. 316-7, 324 Wonthaggi Post Office : John Murphy, junior postal clerk at / p. 327-8 Woodhouse, Fay : review of ‘Life’s Logic: 150 Years of Physiology at the University Of Melbourne’ (Flesch) / p. 367-9 Woolmurgen, Aboriginal elder : / p. 266 Woorayl Shire Council : 189 applicants for truck driver position, early 1930s / p. 326 Wrestling : in Melbourne, 1941-2 / p. 331 Wright, Roy Douglas (Pansy) : as Professor of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, Melbourne University / p. 368 Wrixon, Sir Henry John, MLC : on occupation of Parliament House in Melbourne by Commonwealth Parliament, 1900 / p. 338 Wrixon, Sir Henry John, MLC : portrait, illustration / p. 339 Yapeen, goldfield : on ‘Strathloddon’ station / p. 247 Yule, Peter : on Government Audit Office / p. 231-2
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