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Report on the retirement of Matron Elizabeth (Lila) HUNTER (c. 1877-1948) which appeared in The Methodist, 16 Mar 1945, P13.
Report on the retirement of Matron Elizabeth (Lila) HUNTER (c. 1877-1948) which appeared in The Methodist, 16 Mar 1945, P13.
 
 
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Report on the sentencing of Edward John McGINTY (1863-1930) for perjury.
Report on the sentencing of Edward John McGINTY (1863-1930) for perjury.
 
 
103
Report on the tin-kettling of John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939) and his wife Martha (m.n. HUNTER, 1862-1916).
Report on the tin-kettling of John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939) and his wife Martha (m.n. HUNTER, 1862-1916).
 
 
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Statutory Declaration made by Albert Adolphus Frederick RIBE (1844-1921) in support of his Application for a Certificate of Naturalization.
Statutory Declaration made by Albert Adolphus Frederick RIBE (1844-1921) in support of his Application for a Certificate of Naturalization.
 
 
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The acceptance speech delivered by Ian WALTER after he was presented with the award of Citizen of the Year, by the Horsham Rural City Council in Victoria, on Australia Day, 26 January, 2018.
The acceptance speech delivered by Ian WALTER after he was presented with the award of Citizen of the Year, by the Horsham Rural City Council in Victoria, on Australia Day, 26 January, 2018.
 
 
106
The Advertiser, Adelaide, 19 Dec 1899, P8. 
An article detailing the sentencing of Edward John McGINTY (1863-1929) after being found guilty of perjury in the Criminal Court, Melbourne VIC.
The Advertiser, Adelaide, 19 Dec 1899, P8. An article detailing the sentencing of Edward John McGINTY (1863-1929) after being found guilty of perjury in the Criminal Court, Melbourne VIC.
 
 
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The AIF service record of Cpl. George Henry TEMPEST (1890-1952).
The AIF service record of Cpl. George Henry TEMPEST (1890-1952).
George Henry TEMPEST had a colorful career in serving his country during WWI on the Western Front in France and Belgium. 
 
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The Argus, 15 Sep 1915, P10. Brief report detailing the will of Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915).
The Argus, 15 Sep 1915, P10. Brief report detailing the will of Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915).
 
 
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The Argus, 24 Nov 1880, P7. Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915) cited as a party to the wilful misapplication of funds at the Shire of Wimmera.
The Argus, 24 Nov 1880, P7. Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915) cited as a party to the wilful misapplication of funds at the Shire of Wimmera.
 
 
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The Argus, Friday, 16 Jan 1880, P8. Account of the court appearance of Henry and Rose SUMNER regarding an alleged breach of the marriage law.
The Argus, Friday, 16 Jan 1880, P8. Account of the court appearance of Henry and Rose SUMNER regarding an alleged breach of the marriage law.
 
 
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The Argus, Friday, 23 Jan 1880, P5. Account of the trial of Rose SUMNER on a charge of breaching the Marriages statute.
The Argus, Friday, 23 Jan 1880, P5. Account of the trial of Rose SUMNER on a charge of breaching the Marriages statute.
 
 
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The Argus, Melbourne, 16 Jun 1880, P8. Legal notice of application for the administration of the estate of Caroline BAGLIN (m.n. WALTER, 1841-1879).
The Argus, Melbourne, 16 Jun 1880, P8. Legal notice of application for the administration of the estate of Caroline BAGLIN (m.n. WALTER, 1841-1879).
 
 
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The Argus, Melbourne, Thursday 27 Nov 1890, P9. Report on the committal hearing in the Richmond court involving charges of coining (counterfeiting) brought against Henry Thomas SUMNER (1857-?).
The Argus, Melbourne, Thursday 27 Nov 1890, P9. Report on the committal hearing in the Richmond court involving charges of coining (counterfeiting) brought against Henry Thomas SUMNER (1857-?).
 
 
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The Argus, Saturday, 15 Feb 1861, P5. Brief report detailing the appointment of John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) as a trustee of what would become known as Queens Park, Newtown.
The Argus, Saturday, 15 Feb 1861, P5. Brief report detailing the appointment of John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) as a trustee of what would become known as Queens Park, Newtown.
 
 
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The Argus, Saturday, 31 Aug 1861, P6. Lengthy report of a police court case brought by John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) against Robert ROBINSON for willful trespass and hunting a pet kangaroo.
The Argus, Saturday, 31 Aug 1861, P6. Lengthy report of a police court case brought by John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) against Robert ROBINSON for willful trespass and hunting a pet kangaroo.
 
 
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The Argus, Wednesday, 10 Jul 1861, P5. Short report of the election of John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) to the chairmanship of the South Barwon municipality.
The Argus, Wednesday, 10 Jul 1861, P5. Short report of the election of John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) to the chairmanship of the South Barwon municipality.
 
 
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The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader, 8 Nov 1890. A newspaper report on the trial of Henry Thomas SUMNER (1857-?) for unlawfully assaulting his wife Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891).
The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader, 8 Nov 1890. A newspaper report on the trial of Henry Thomas SUMNER (1857-?) for unlawfully assaulting his wife Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891).
 
 
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The citation detailing the award of the Military Medal (MM) to No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL (1897-1917) while serving with the AIF during World War 1.
The citation detailing the award of the Military Medal (MM) to No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL (1897-1917) while serving with the AIF during World War 1.
 
 
119
The death and funeral notices for John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939).
The death and funeral notices for John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939).
 
 
120
The official commendation for the award of the Military Medal (MM) to Cpl. Harold Charles CLEMENTS (1893-1952).
The official commendation for the award of the Military Medal (MM) to Cpl. Harold Charles CLEMENTS (1893-1952).
 
 
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The service record of Lt-Col. Walter Percy FARR, DSO (1889-1940) during WWI and up to the time he returned to Australia post-war after attending the Staff College at Camberley SRY.
The service record of Lt-Col. Walter Percy FARR, DSO (1889-1940) during WWI and up to the time he returned to Australia post-war after attending the Staff College at Camberley SRY.
 
 
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The service record of No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM (1897-1917) in the AIF during World War 1.
The service record of No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM (1897-1917) in the AIF during World War 1.
 
 
123
The will of Margaret Annie SMALE (m.n. MILLER, 1855-1934
The will of Margaret Annie SMALE (m.n. MILLER, 1855-1934
 
 
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Transcript of an obituary to Isaac SMALE (Abt. 1833-1923) published in the Melbourne Herald newspaper (date unknown).
Transcript of an obituary to Isaac SMALE (Abt. 1833-1923) published in the Melbourne Herald newspaper (date unknown).
 
 
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Transcript of the will of Charles BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1755-1822) of Verworthy, Sutcombe DEV.
Transcript of the will of Charles BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1755-1822) of Verworthy, Sutcombe DEV.
 
 
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Transcript of the will of Joseph VINCENT (Abt. 1696-Abt. 1750), 4th. great-grand uncle of Frederick Lionel WALTER.
Transcript of the will of Joseph VINCENT (Abt. 1696-Abt. 1750), 4th. great-grand uncle of Frederick Lionel WALTER.
 
 
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Transcript of the will of Joseph VINSON (1743-Abt. 1831), 3rd. great-grandfather of Frederick Lionel WALTER.
Transcript of the will of Joseph VINSON (1743-Abt. 1831), 3rd. great-grandfather of Frederick Lionel WALTER.
 
 
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Transcript of the will of Richard ALLIN (abt. 1771-1842) of Kilkhampton CON
Transcript of the will of Richard ALLIN (abt. 1771-1842) of Kilkhampton CON
 
 
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Transcript of the will of William BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1732-1812) of Grayland, Holsworthy DEV
Transcript of the will of William BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1732-1812) of Grayland, Holsworthy DEV
 
 

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