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  1. Classroom Ideas

    …ank water being used? Investigate what other similar schemes are being developed to improve water usage. Why was Victoria called the ‘Garden State’?  Why trees are important to Melbourne? Consider what the city would look like without its street trees. What would the environmental impact be? If Victoria’s climate was to warm up, what would be the consequences for its landscapes, gardens and towns? Water Stories: The River Yarra Cleaning up, Tam…

  2. New Records Transfers

    …ordering and viewing in our North Melbourne reading room. VA 1148 Veterinary Practitioners Registration Board of Victoria (1997-ct) (formerly known as the Veterinary Board of Victoria 1888-1997)VPRS 17300 / P1 Minutes of Board Meetings [1888-2012]VPRS 17301 / P1 Veterinary Lists [1893-2012]VPRS 17302 / P1 Annual Reports [1995-2012]VPRS 17303 / P1 Outward Correspondence Books [1888-1893]VPRS 17304 / P1 Inward Correspondence [1888-1900]VPRS 17305 /…

  3. Showcase Record – November 2013

    …rseas Passenger Lists 1852 – 1923 Immigration Records: Immigration records that are held by Public Record Office Victoria (PROV) provide information about the administration of inward and outward immigration for Victoria. The inwards records relate to both assisted immigrants and those who came unassisted or were privately sponsored. The term “unassisted” was used to describe passengers that paid their own fare, to distinguish them from passenger…

  4. Hamer Awards Part Three: Most Valuable Transfer to PROV

    …Public Records, presenting the award for Most Valuable Transfer to PROV to Arthur Dallas, Manager Laverton, Land Victoria, at the Sir Rupert Hamer Awards 16 May   The purpose of this category is to highlight efforts to preserve and make accessible records of a high and ongoing value to the people and State of Victoria. We would like to congratulate Land Victoria on winning the category ‘Most Valuable Transfer to PROV’ for their transfer of Crown…

  5. Informazione in Italiano

    Public Record Office Victoria (PROV) – Archivio di Stato del Victoria Il Public Record Office Victoria (noto con la sigla PROV) è l’Archivio di Stato del Victoria. Il PROV conserva documenti e atti pubblici che risalgono alla metà del 1830, epoca in cui venne costituito il governo del Victoria, fino ad oggi. Gli archivi vennero creati da dipartimenti governativi, tribunali statali, municipalità, scuole, ospedali civili e altri uffici pubbl…

  6. Lucy Singer married Peter Campbell at the Presbyterian Church in Buninyong, on 28 July 1874. Marriage certificate. Reproduced with kind permission from the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

    Lucy Singer married Peter Campbell at the Presbyterian Church in Buninyong, on 28 July 1874. Marriage certificate. Reproduced with kind permission from the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria….

  7. S T Gill, ‘View of Geelong wharf from the Botanic Gardens’, Lithograph, 1855. Reproduced with permission from the La Trobe Picture Collection, State Library of Victoria

    S T Gill, ‘View of Geelong wharf from the Botanic Gardens’, Lithograph, 1855. Reproduced with permission from the La Trobe Picture Collection, State Library of Victoria

  8. Lucy Sarah Campbell died on 29 January 1885. The death certificate states accidental drowning as the cause of death. Death certificate. Reproduced with kind permission from the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria

    Lucy Sarah Campbell died on 29 January 1885. The death certificate states accidental drowning as the cause of death. Death certificate. Reproduced with kind permission from the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria

  9. What Happened to the Camels of the Burke and Wills Expedition?

    Provenance: The Journal of Public Record Office Victoria, issue no. 9, 2010.ISSN 1832-2522. Copyright © Donna Bourke. by Donna Bourke Donna Bourke was raised on a property near Nathalia, in Northern Victoria. She completed a Bachelor of Education/Librarianship degree and embarked on a career teaching secondary school boys in Melbourne and Canada. Then, at a time of life when many are consolidating their careers, Donna and her partner left their…

  10. Soldier Settlement

    …ed from fighting in the First World War. With chronic trench-foot and 100 pounds in his pocket he applied to the Victorian Government for a leased block of land near Shepparton, only to face the harsh realities of life as a farmer. Known as the ‘Soldier Settlement Scheme’, 2.8 million acres of Victorian farmland was distributed among  thousands of returned soldiers. Despite this noble gesture of gratitude, and an economic boost to reg…

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