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  1. Dallong – Possum Skin Rugs:

    Provenance: The Journal of Public Record Office Victoria, issue no. 4, 2005.ISSN 1832-2522. Copyright © Fred Cahir.  by Fred Cahir  Fred Cahir is a PhD candidate and Eco-Tourism teacher at the University of Ballarat. His previous publications and MA thesis have centred on the history of inter-racial relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people of Central Highlands Victoria in the colonial period. His PhD thesis focuses on the role…

  2. Goldfields Settler or Frontier Rogue?

    …ian ancestry who was active in the Church Missionary Society. See K Cole, The Anglican mission to the Chinese in Bendigo and Central Victoria 1854-1918, Keith Cole Publications, Bendigo, 1994, pp. 11-12. Young’s report is reproduced in facsimile in IF Maclaren, The Chinese in Victoria: official reports & documents, Red Rooster Press, Ascot Vale, Vic., 1985. Acoy’s report is on pp. 38-9. 14. Marriage Certificate of James Acoy and C…

  3. Landscapes of Abundance and Scarcity on the Northern Plains of Victoria

    …and or to fulfil residency conditions. 20. Based on run information in R Spreadborough & H Anderson (comps), Victorian squatters, Red Rooster Press, Ascot Vale, Victoria, 1983. 21. Bendigo, which has a median annual rainfall of 550.7 mm, received 974.6 mm in 1870, and 715.3 mm in 1871. 22. Below-average rainfall was recorded in Bendigo in the years 1876, 1877, 1878 and 1879. At the nearest rainfall station at Echuca with a median annual rainf…

  4. A Jewellery Manufactory in Melbourne:

    Provenance: The Journal of Public Record Office Victoria, issue no. 7, 2008.ISSN 1832-2522. Copyright © Ruth Dwyer. by Ruth Dwyer Ruth Dwyer is a freelance researcher and occasional author with a previous involvement in education. As a researcher her main interests are in the Australian decorative arts, the non-British population in nineteenth-century Victoria, and the history of Hawthorn, the suburb in which she lives. Papers concerning the ar…

  5. ‘Where Fire Risks are Great’:

    Provenance: The Journal of Public Record Office Victoria, issue no. 9, 2010.ISSN 1832-2522. Copyright © Kirsten Wright and Antonina Lewis. by Kirsten Wright and Antonina Lewis Kirsten Wright is a Records Consultant at Victoria University. Prior to her employment by VU, she worked at Public Record Office Victoria. Kirsten has a Bachelor of Arts in History and Politics and a Master’s Degree in Information Management and Systems. Dr Antonina…

  6. Looking for Azzopardi:

    …nal website a list of individuals whose whereabouts was sought by people who wrote from outside Australia to the Victorian police department. It is not complete but it is an extraordinarily rich resource. See Index to missing people found in Victoria Police correspondence records (accessed 13 August 2011). [57]. National Archives of Malta, Gov 2154, Labouchere (Secretary of State) to Sir William Reid (Governor of Malta), Downing Street, 13 Febr…

  7. PROVguide 33: Police Records

    …e also held by PROV; see VRG 10 Police.  For more information about the history and related records of police in Victoria see the entry for VF 10 Police on PROV’s online catalogue. Additional Victoria Police records are available for research through the: Victoria Police Museum World Trade Centre, Lower Concourse Level 637 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3008. Web:      www.police.vic.gov.au (go to About Victoria Police, then Museum) Tel:        03…

  8. Putting Colonial Victoria on the Map:

    …cholarship, archives, migration and child welfare history. In the past, Cate has worked for Public Record Office Victoria, most recently with its Koorie Records Unit. AbstractThe University of Melbourne’s Cultural Heritage Unit has recently completed a project in partnership with Public Record Office Victoria to digitise a unique record from PROV’s collection — a 4.5 by 6 metre map of Victoria, created by the Parliament of Victo…

  9. Finding the Chinese perspective:

    Provenance: The Journal of Public Record Office Victoria, issue no. 8, 2009.ISSN 1832-2522. Copyright © Anna Kyi. by Anna Kyi Anna Kyi is a historian at the Sovereign Hill Museums Association. Her articles expand on research she undertook for the redevelopment of Sovereign Hill’s Chinese Camp. Abstract This paper complements my article on petitions against taxes that were imposed on the Chinese during the latter half of the 1850s in Victo…

  10. The Best Time of their Lives:

    …909 the School of Art and Design was recognised as a Technical Art School with no maintenance (funding) from the Victorian Education Department, and negotiations were underway for the building of a Technical School in High Street, Prahran. The PMI offered to build a school on land it had bought and to lease it to the Education Department for nominal rent. In July 1910 the Department promised to place £50 in the Estimates (the Victorian Government…

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