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    1. [HEATHCOTE] Notice that this list is about to close.
    2. Peter Lakeman
    3. Hello members of the AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE mailing list, currently hosted on Rootsweb/Ancestry servers. My name is Peter and I have been the list administrator of this list since it was abandoned. I have no idea when it was abandoned nor who the previous admin was. On 7th January 2020, Rootsweb informed all list admins that they will not be providing any mailing list services after 2nd March 2020, except to keep the archives available (see RW email appended below). In other words, all lists will cease to be. If members want to keep this list active, they will need to host it on a new server. A number of such servers exist, such as groups.io, FaceBook, google groups. I personally do not wish to remain the admin of this list, so one of the members will need to step up as a new administrator if they want to keep this list alive. As a side comment, I think that many of the smaller lists were created on a person's whim in Rootsweb's heyday, and are probably past reviving. I can't remember when the last post to this list was. If there are any questions, please post them to the list, but do it quickly as time is running out quickly. Cheers Peter ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails.  Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state. Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb. As an alternative to RootsWeb Mailing Lists, Ancestry message boards are a great option to network with others in the genealogy community. Message boards are available for free with an Ancestry registered account. Thank you for being part of the RootsWeb family and contributing to this community. Sincerely, The RootsWeb team ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    01/15/2020 01:27:36
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Re: Glenhope Newspapers
    2. Peter
    3. Thank you Michael - much appreciated. Regards the older of the tworobbos @ Wy Yung, near Bairnsdale

    10/18/2018 04:33:24
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Re: Glenhope
    2. Peter
    3. Thanks Rex Another reply suggested the McIvor Times as a good bet. Regards the older of the tworobbos @ Wy Yung, near Bairnsdale

    10/18/2018 04:32:45
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Re: AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE Digest, Vol 9, Issue 3
    2. Peter
    3. Thank you Glenda - much appreciated! Peter, the older of the tworobbos @ Wy Yung, near Bairnsdale

    10/18/2018 12:57:29
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Re: AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE Digest, Vol 9, Issue 3
    2. Glenda Matthews
    3. Hi Peter, The McIvor Times covered the Heathcote and surrounding areas and you are in luck as it is searchable via Trove. Good luck. Kind regards, Glenda -----Original Message----- From: aus-vic-heathcote-request@rootsweb.com [mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-request@rootsweb.com] Sent: Thursday, 18 October 2018 7:03 PM To: aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Subject: AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE Digest, Vol 9, Issue 3 Send AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE mailing list submissions to aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com To subscribe via email send a message with subject subscribe and body subscribe to aus-vic-heathcote-request@rootsweb.com To unsubscribe via email send a message with subject unsubscribe and body unsubscribe to aus-vic-heathcote-request@rootsweb.com You can reach the person managing the list at aus-vic-heathcote-owner@rootsweb.com When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific than "Re: Contents of AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE digest..." Today's Topics: 1. Glenhope (Peter) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 13:59:33 +1100 From: Peter <tworobbos@aussiebb.com.au> Subject: [HEATHCOTE] Glenhope To: <aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com> Message-ID: <ADEBA4D20A15403DB7B332916CCD6365@Desktop> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="Windows-1252" My wife’s father (at age 6) was placed by the Presbyterian & Scots Church Neglected Children’s Aid Society with a couple (brother and sister) named Baker in 1902 at Glenhope East. He remained with this couple until age 15 and was then placed to a property in East Gippsland. I would like to search newspapers that circulated in the Glenhope area for references that might help piece together part of his life and also news about the Bakers. I would be obliged if someone could let me know which papers might serve this purpose. Regards the older of the tworobbos @ Wy Yung, near Bairnsdale ------------------------------ Subject: Digest Footer When replying to a digest, please change the Subject line e.g. "Re: xxx Digest Vol x No Y..." to something more specific to your comment, and quote only relevant sections of the digest to limit the size of your post. Thank you. ------------------------------ End of AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE Digest, Vol 9, Issue 3 ***********************************************

    10/18/2018 03:36:59
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Re: Glenhope
    2. Rex Stewart
    3. Hi Peter.. Worth searching TROVE Advanced search... a few references to Baker around the 1900's Regards Rex ----- Original Message ----- From: "Peter" <tworobbos@aussiebb.com.au> To: <aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2018 1:59 PM Subject: [HEATHCOTE] Glenhope My wife’s father (at age 6) was placed by the Presbyterian & Scots Church Neglected Children’s Aid Society with a couple (brother and sister) named Baker in 1902 at Glenhope East. He remained with this couple until age 15 and was then placed to a property in East Gippsland. I would like to search newspapers that circulated in the Glenhope area for references that might help piece together part of his life and also news about the Bakers. I would be obliged if someone could let me know which papers might serve this purpose. Regards the older of the tworobbos @ Wy Yung, near Bairnsdale _______________________________________________ Reply posters should snip out all irrelevant parts of the original posts, especially footers. _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    10/18/2018 12:39:05
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Re: Glenhope Newspapers
    2. Michael Ritchie
    3. I would try the McIvor Times or the Kyneton Guardian. Both papers are a similar distance from Glenhope. Michael

    10/17/2018 11:18:56
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Glenhope
    2. Peter
    3. My wife’s father (at age 6) was placed by the Presbyterian & Scots Church Neglected Children’s Aid Society with a couple (brother and sister) named Baker in 1902 at Glenhope East. He remained with this couple until age 15 and was then placed to a property in East Gippsland. I would like to search newspapers that circulated in the Glenhope area for references that might help piece together part of his life and also news about the Bakers. I would be obliged if someone could let me know which papers might serve this purpose. Regards the older of the tworobbos @ Wy Yung, near Bairnsdale

    10/17/2018 08:59:33
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Your AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE mailing list is operational again.
    2. Peter Lakeman
    3. Hello subscribers to the aus-vic-heathcote mailing list. All Rootsweb mailing lists have been nearly dead for the last two or so years. In February this year, Rootsweb upgraded the software that runs their 30,000 or so mailing lists, and after a few teething problems, the system is now up and running. The archives of past posts are gradually being restored, but this may take months. Subscribers may notice minor differences. The main difference for you is that you can register as a subscriber and then be able to adjust options for how you receive emails (e.g. single posts or digests in plain or MIME format, halt mail while on holidays and a few more things). Or you can just leave things as they are. As a reminder, this mailing list is for anyone who has an interest in history relating to the area around Heathcote in the state of Victoria in Australia. To post to this list or respond to a post, use the email address     aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com For questions about the operation of this list, please contact the list administrator at      aus-vic-heathcote-owner@rootsweb.com Your list is back up, so if you want to keep it active and ongoing, please post your queries or information to the list. Otherwise you may lose it! Cheers Peter Lakeman List Admin

    06/23/2018 11:46:17
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Daniel and Elizabeth WOOD
    2. norman A
    3. Dear people, I am looking for any info on the lives of Daniel and Elizabeth WOOD who had the "Beehive store" in Heathcote in the late 1800`s. After arriving in Heathcote in 1872, 9 of their 11 children were born in Heathcote between 1874 and 1888. Daniel died there in 1916, Elizabeth left Heathcote after 54 years and died in Malvern in 1936. Any info would be gratefully accepted. Norm.

    05/28/2018 02:09:54
    1. [HEATHCOTE] John Egan
    2. Dennis Fyfe
    3. Hello Heathcote researchers, I am researching the life of my gg grandfather, John Egan, and his wife Dinah who owned and farmed land at Meadow Valley, Wild Duck Creek, near Heathcote, between 1874 and 1887. I have found quite a few articles in /The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser/ and other newspapers on Trove, some of which allowed me to identify the four blocks of land he purchased from Mr Orr, one of which is now partly submerged under Lake Eppalock. I welcome any other information and/or suggested sources about "my" John Egan and his family. Caution - there were several other Egans in the area, which complicates identifying relevant information. Dennis Fyfe Maylands WA

    05/28/2018 12:17:52
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Your AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE mailing list is back
    2. Peter Lakeman
    3. Hello subscribers to the aus-vic-heathcote mailing list. All Rootsweb mailing lists have been nearly dead for the last two or so years. In February this year, Rootsweb upgraded the software that runs their 30,000 or so mailing lists, and after a few teething problems, the system is now up and running. The archives of past posts are gradually being restored, but this may take months. Subscribers may notice minor differences. The main difference for you is that you can register as a subscriber and then be able to adjust options for how you receive emails (e.g. single posts or digests in plain or MIME format, halt mail while on holidays and a few more things). Or you can just leave things as they are. As a reminder, the purpose of this mailing list is for people with a genealogical interest in the town of Heathcote, Victoria, Australia. For questions about the operation of this list, please contact the list administrator at aus-vic-heathcote-owner@rootsweb.com <mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-owner@rootsweb.com> To post to this list or respond to a post, use the email address      aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Your list is back up so if you want to keep this list active and going, please post your queries or information to the list. Cheers Peter Lakeman List Admin

    05/27/2018 11:31:31
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Railway Men in Huntly areas
    2. carole douch
    3. Hello All, The Huntly Historical Society are gathering information for a Book on the Railway from Huntly to Echuca. Does any one have a relative who worked on the railway line ,and could please help us out, with details and photo . The areas are White Hills, Elmore, Huntly, Goornong, Rochester. Same also for the Police in the areas. If any one could help, Thanks Carole

    03/19/2013 10:07:47
    1. [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk Heritage Society
    2. carole douch
    3. Hello All, Just letting you know that the Eaglehawk Heritage Society now have a new web site, Thanks carole www.eaglehawkheritagesociety.com.au

    12/18/2012 09:17:26
    1. Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area)
    2. carole douch
    3. Hello Pam, Do you have access to Ancestry, there are the names on there with people looking, email me off list carole.douch@bigpond.com thanks carole

    10/23/2012 08:19:29
    1. Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area)
    2. Pam
    3. Hi Carole Thanks for your reply. My maternal grandmother's relatives (Anson, Cunneen, Hovenden, O'Brien) arrived in the district around the early 1850's and many stayed in the general area till after WW1.(eg; my grandmother was born at Kingower but moved to Leitchville after her marriage) I enjoy reading the local histories because they help to give perspective to their lives, and the events that shaped them. It is in these stories that the devastation caused by war, disease, droughts & floods becomes very human and personal. Thanks again Pam Harvey -----Original Message----- From: aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of carole douch Sent: Monday, 22 October 2012 2:38 PM To: aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area) Hello Pam, No ,the Pioneer Register vol 2/3 are out of print, but if you need a lookup it can be done,are your Harvey from this area,,Ill send your email off to Noelene and she can tell you prices etc, be in touch Carole -----Original Message----- From: aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Pam Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 2:30 PM To: aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area) Hi Carole, I would be interested to get the Sailors Gully & Myers Flat book and also Where They Lie. I notice that the Eaglehawk and District pioneer Register does not seem to include vols.2&3. Are these no longer available/out of print? Thanks Pam Harvey -----Original Message----- From: aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of carole douch Sent: Friday, 19 October 2012 11:09 AM To: aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area) Hello Pam, Thanks for reply, which publications are you interested in , then we can let you know the prices and postage, Thanks Carole ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ----- No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 2012.0.2221 / Virus Database: 2441/5340 - Release Date: 10/18/12 ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ----- No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 2012.0.2221 / Virus Database: 2441/5346 - Release Date: 10/21/12

    10/23/2012 07:48:10
    1. Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area)
    2. carole douch
    3. Hello Pam, No ,the Pioneer Register vol 2/3 are out of print, but if you need a lookup it can be done,are your Harvey from this area,,Ill send your email off to Noelene and she can tell you prices etc, be in touch Carole -----Original Message----- From: aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Pam Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 2:30 PM To: aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area) Hi Carole, I would be interested to get the Sailors Gully & Myers Flat book and also Where They Lie. I notice that the Eaglehawk and District pioneer Register does not seem to include vols.2&3. Are these no longer available/out of print? Thanks Pam Harvey -----Original Message----- From: aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of carole douch Sent: Friday, 19 October 2012 11:09 AM To: aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area) Hello Pam, Thanks for reply, which publications are you interested in , then we can let you know the prices and postage, Thanks Carole ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ----- No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 2012.0.2221 / Virus Database: 2441/5340 - Release Date: 10/18/12 ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/22/2012 08:38:17
    1. Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area)
    2. Pam
    3. Hi Carole, I would be interested to get the Sailors Gully & Myers Flat book and also Where They Lie. I notice that the Eaglehawk and District pioneer Register does not seem to include vols.2&3. Are these no longer available/out of print? Thanks Pam Harvey -----Original Message----- From: aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of carole douch Sent: Friday, 19 October 2012 11:09 AM To: aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area) Hello Pam, Thanks for reply, which publications are you interested in , then we can let you know the prices and postage, Thanks Carole ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ----- No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 2012.0.2221 / Virus Database: 2441/5340 - Release Date: 10/18/12

    10/22/2012 08:29:31
    1. Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area)
    2. carole douch
    3. Hello Pam, Thanks for reply, which publications are you interested in , then we can let you know the prices and postage, Thanks Carole

    10/19/2012 05:08:30
    1. Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area)
    2. Pam
    3. Hi Carole, Sorry to take a while to get back to you. I am interested in getting some local early history of the general area of the Marong shire because quite a few on my ancestors settled there during and after the goldrush. How do I get copies of the publications available? Thanks Pam Harvey -----Original Message----- From: aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:aus-vic-heathcote-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of carole douch Sent: Friday, 19 October 2012 9:16 AM To: aus-vic-heathcote@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [HEATHCOTE] Eaglehawk/ California Gully/( Bendigo area) Hello Kylie. Here is a new book list for the Eaglehawk Heritage Society ,with descriptions of books. Thanks Carole I haven’t had any emails from the Heathcote area web site????are you getting many emails on the site, I was wondering whether to put Eaglehawk on Rootsweb. A TOUR OF OUR TOWN by Aylene Kirkwood Tour the business area of Eaglehawk, and read of the past and present shops and businesses, with numerous biographies of notable business people.A4 format. 148 pages. Two photographs per page. Index of people mentioned. EAGLEHAWK’S BRAVEST by Elaine Harrington & Bev Hanson Listing of men from the Eaglehawk area who served in World War One 1914 - 1918.Contains parents names, Honour Rolls, Rank and Unit, where served, place of death and burial. A4 format. 104 pages. Names in alphabetical order. RATES, ROADS & RUBBISH .150 Years of Local Government in Eaglehawk. 1862 - 1994 lists councilors and Mayor for each year and council achievements, post local government amalgamation 1994 lists Eaglehawk Ward councilor 1996 - 2012 and council achievements in the Eaglehawk area. A4 format. 80 pages. Photos of all Mayors. Photos relating to yearly events. Index. 150 YEARS OF EDUCATION 1854 - 2004 EAGLEHAWK No 210 by Ruth Claridge. Brief history of Eaglehawk State School No 210 in central Eaglehawk. Some class photos 1902 - 1988. 24 cm x 16 cm. 136 pages. Listing of students names from 1906 1994 (some years missing). WHERE THEY LIE. Early Burials on the Bendigo Goldfields 1852 - 1870. By Annette O/Donohue & Bev Hanson. Information on major early cemeteries in the Bendigo area and listings of interments. Listings of Internments in small burial grounds. 24 cm x 17.5 cm. 152 pages. Some photographs. Index. A CAMERA ON THE SOMME World War One (1914 - 1918) photographs taken by soldiers Jack and Bert Grinton. A frank look at the countryside, people and soldiers.A4 format. 64 pages. Marvellous photography. ST LIBORIUS PRIMARY SCHOOL No 262 100 YEARS 1904 - 2001 By Aylene Kirkwood. History of the Catholic Primary School in Eaglehawk. Reminiscing from former students of St Liborius. Listings of lay teachers and staff from 1979 - 2004. A4 format. 120 pages. Numerous photographs. Index. EAGLEHAWK DAHLIA AND ARTS FESTIVAL CELEBRATING 40 FABULOUS YEARS By Aylene Kirkwood. A year by year account of the activities, achievements and personalities of the Dahlia and Arts Festival held each March. Hardcover. A4 format. 198 pages. Numerous photographs. Index. EAGLEHAWK & DISTRICT PIONEER REGISTER by Annette O/Donohue & Bev Hanson A series of volumes listing people in the Eaglehawk district from 1850s to 1880s. Includes genealogical details, trade, place of residence, and place of burial. Some photographs. Volume 1 Surnames beginning with ABC A4 format. 250 pages. Index. Volume 4 .. N-Q A4 format. 252 pages. Addendum. Index. Volume 5 .. R-S A4 format. 326 pages. Addendum. Index Volume 6 .. T-Z A4 format. 320 pages. Addendum. Index. SENT TO THE LOGS Description and photos of Eaglehawk Log Lock-up (goal) built 1858, used until 1968. Short newspaper reports of cases where culprit was sentenced to time in ‘ The Logs for drunkenness, unregistered dogs, theft, assault, abusive language, furious riding, etc. A4 format. 30 pages. Index. BOROUGH BURNING by Noelene Wild The first 125 years of the Eaglehawk Fire Brigade. Includes fire stations, uniforms, equipment. Describes fire fighting over the years, and the types of fires battled; fire trucks and their improvement. Sporting prowess is well covered, with Championship results and trophies. A4 format. 88 pages. Numerous photographs. Index. EAGLEHAWK SKETCH BOOK OF A GOLDEN PAST by Ray Wallace /Kevin Vallence Historical article and sketch on each of 27 icons of the Eaglehawk area. 21.5 cm x 14 cm. Soft cover. 84 pages. BOROUGH BATHS by Noelene Wild Swimming pools of Eaglehawk and California Gully. >From the creation of swimming baths at the end of Eaglehawk Lake Neangar in 1918, to the Olympic Pool in 1967, to the indoor heated pool of 1994. Includes Swimming Club. A5 format. 70 pages. Has photographs. Index. THE GOLDEN OFFERING. Recollections of the Parish of St Liborius, Eaglehawk History of the Catholic Parish and Church at Eaglehawk, together with clubs, committees and events. A4 format. 64 pages. Has photographs. A BIRDS-EYE VIEW Eaglehawk area in the 1850s by Noelene Wild A year by year account of events, mining and improvements in the Eaglehawk gold mining area from 1852 to the end of 1859. Includes churches, schools, housing, stores, hotels and sport. A4 format. 76 pages. Has photographs and sketches. Index. CALIFORNIA GULLY The Township and Gold Mines by Noelene Wild A comprehensive history California Gully, a suburb of Bendigo, adjoining Eaglehawk, and an important and rich gold mining area. Includes street names, businesses past and present, sport, hotels, schools, churches, and trams. Depth and production details on mining companies. A4 format. 84 pages. Has photographs. Index. SAILORS GULLY & MYERS FLAT by Noelene Wild A history concentrating on the area along Sailors Gully Road that runs from Eaglehawk to Myers Flat. Begins with the alluvial gold mining days of 1852. Includes street names, businesses, hotels, sport, market gardens. Comprehensive details on the gold mines at Sailors Gully and Moon Reef. A4 format. 120 pages. Numerous photographs. Index. A FLY ON THE WALL Eaglehawk in 1901 by Noelene Wild Articles on varying aspects of life in Eaglehawk in 1901. Includes Eaglehawk Borough Council Rate Book of January 1902. A4 format. 94 pages. Has photographs. Index to Rate Book. Index to general text EAGLEHAWK UFS 90 Years of Dispensing by Noelene Wild A history of Eaglehawk United Friendly Societies pharmacy 1916 - 2006.Friendly Societies, chemists, products sold in the various decades, building new premises. 25 cm x 17 cm. 92 pages. Plenty of photographs. Index. A MAN DEARLY BELOVED by Beverley Wendelken The Life and Times Of Robert Murdoch of Eaglehawk 1864 – 1927 Includes his time as a coach builder, with the Methodist Church, and as a local councilor. 21 cm x 15 cm. 380 pages. Some photographs and sketches. LOOKING FOR A GOOD BOOK by Reginald Thomson Written by a Bendigo born book collector, about his life. References to war, Bendigo. Includes his time in Papua New Guinea 1949 -1973. Hard cover. 152 pages. Index. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUS-VIC-HEATHCOTE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ----- No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 2012.0.2221 / Virus Database: 2441/5338 - Release Date: 10/17/12

    10/19/2012 04:15:32