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3 j\\\\ \\\ :!1 r\!\ = \\\\\\\\\ L\ Ii\ \\\ \\ WITH TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-EIGHT ILLUSTRATIONS MELBOURNE: McCARRON, BIRD & CO., PUBLISHERS " RECORD CHAMBERS," COLLINS STREET WEST 1888

4 ql i U II SIP'' IIIIII' 9li' qlr''ilii' III!II! III' iliii'! I!'qlli'''gIIlp"gIglli'''igP"q I('!I 'qii P"'Ip CONTENTS o VOL. I. I,--INTRODUCTORY. The Early Discoverers of Australia.-Pa ge i, De Quiros, i-torres, 2-Duyflien, 2-Dutch discoveries, 3- Tasman, 3-Dampier, 4-Vlaming, 6-James Cook, 6-Furneaux, 8-Flinders, 9-Bass, io-investigator, 12. II. The Aboriginal Era.-Page 15. Daily life of the aborigines, i6-their appearance, i6-their women, 17-cooking, l8-utensils, l8-hunting, 2o-weapons, 2i-moral condition, 22-cannibalism, 23-honesty, 24- chastity, 25-corrobboree, 26-causes of decrease, 28. The Exploration of the Coasts of Victoria, -Page 31. The Lady Nelson, 31-Lieut. James Grant, 32-Cape Schanck, 33-Western Port, 34-first agriculture in Victoria, 35- Lieut. Murray, 36-first interview with natives, 38-discovery of Port Phillip, 39-first conflict with natives, 40- Flinders in Port Phillip, 42. III, VII. John Batman, -Page 94, Batman's early life, 95--crosses to Port Phillip, 97-explores the shores of Corio Bay, 98-examines the Yarra, 99- makes a treaty with the natives, ioo--leaves a party at Indented Head, 102-application to the Imperial Government, 104-John Helder Wedge, 105-William Buckley, Io6-the Enterprise, Io8-William Buckley pardoned, iio- Wedge departs, i io -Yarra named, III, VIII. John Pascoe Fawl`ner, Page 112, Early life of Fawkner, 112-Fawkner's hotel in Launceston 114-organises a party to Port Phillip, i 15-which settles on site of Melbourne, lenry Batman, 119-Aitken and Evans, 119-first stock landed at Port Phillip, 120-first squatters of Geelong district, 121-Port Phillip Association, 122-Governor Bourke's proclamation, 123-exertions of Association to obtain grant of land, 124-aspect of Melbourne in 1835, 125 IV, The First Attempted Settlement.--Page 46. French designs, 46-Robbins and Grimes' survey, Port Phillip, 47-Yarra discovered, 5o-Collins sent to found settlement at Port Phillip, 53-Calcutta and Ocean, 55 -landing on shores of Port Phillip, 57-life in the convict settlement, 58-Lieut. Tuckey, 58-conflicts with natives, 59-Collins crosses to Hobart, 6i-Escape of convicts, 63-William Buckley, 63, V. The Exploration of Victoria. -Page 65, Hume and Hovell, 66-settlement at Western Port, 70- Batman's application for land, 72-Captain Sturt, 73-the River Murray, 75-Lake Alexandrina, 76. VI. The Portland Bay Settlement,--Page 79. Thomas Henty, 79 sealers at Portland Bay, 8o-Edward Henty, 8i-Portland founded, 82-Sir Thomas Mitchell, 85 -Australia Felix, 87-the Glenelg, 89-Mount Macedon, 93. IX, The Pioneersof Page 127. Gellibrand, 128-John Aitken, 130-Charles Franks, stations at Geelong, 131-John Batman settles in Melbourne, 133-James Simpson, 133-arrival of George Stewart, 134- Captain Lonsdale, 135-terms obtained by the Association, 137-settlement round Geelong, 139-pioneer life, 139- settlement round Sunbury, 141-First shearing, aspect of Melbourne in 1836, 142. X. The Pioneers of Page 143. The Werribee pioneers, 144-Gellibrand's visit, 144-his death, overlanders, Hawdon, Hepburn, Gardiner, Ebden, 147-settlement round Mount Macedon, 148-A. F. Mollison, 148-visit of Governor Bourke to Melbourne, 151 -lays out the streets, 152-visits Geelong, 153-first land sale in Melbourne, 154-settlement round Colac, 157-round Buninyong, i58---on Upper Yarra, i58-second land sale, 158 -growth of Melbourne in 1837, 159.

5 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS. PAST AND PRESENT XI. The Infant Colony-1838 and Page i6r. Foundation of Geelong, 16r-arrival of Captain Fyans, 162- David Fisher, 162-Williamstown, r63-suburban sales in Melbourne, 164-inns in Melbourne, 165-first newspaper, 166-George Arden, 167-Melbourne Post-office, r68-mail routes, 169-increase in value of land in Melbourne, 169- land mania, 170-horse-racing, 173-first illumination in Melbourne, 173-Charles Joseph Latrobe, r74-his arrival, 175-aspect of Melbourne in 1839, 178-death of John Batman, r79. XII. The Era of Immigratioq to Page r8o. Port Phillip not a convict settlement, 181--but convict servants brought by overlanders,182-expiree shepherds, 183 -their lives and habits, 184-Melbourne Gaol, 184-Fentonvillers, r86-emigrants sent to Port Phillip, 187-great influx of bounty immigrants, r88-jolimont, r90--epidemic of fever, incorporation of Melbourne, first elections, '193-first mayor, 194-first bridge, 195--hospital founded, 196 -Mechanics' Institute, 197-music in Melbourne, 198-theatre, 198-insurance companies, 199-markets, 200 -Judge Willis, 200-dismissed, 201-manufactures in Melbourne, 202-immigration ceases, 203-wreck of immigrant ship Cataraqui, 203, XIII. The Pioqeers of Cippsland and the Wimmera Page 206. Settlement in the Goulburn valley, 207-conflicts with blacks, 208-settlement at Omeo, 210-Angus M'Millan, 211-discovers Lake Victoria, 214-Count Strzelecki, 216-settlement round Dandenong, 219-settlement in Gippsland, 220-Port Albert surveyed, 223-squatters in Gippsland, 223-settlement of Warrnambool district, 224-squatting life, 225- settlement in Glenelg valley, 226--growth of Portland, 226- settlement in Loddon valley, 227-settlement in the Wimmera, 228. XIV. Treatmegt of the aboriginals to Page 229. Resolution of Government to protect and preserve the natives, 230 -ill-conduct of expiree shepherds, 231--causes of disappearance of natives, 232-conflicts between whites and blacks, 233-Buntingdale mission station, 236-the Protectorate system, 238-G. A. Robinson, 239-capture of four hundred natives, 241-native reserves, 243-Protectorate system fails, 244-outrages of natives, 245-execution of natives, 247-attempt to utilise natives, 251-corps of native troopers, 251-Moravian missions, 251-Board of Protection, 252-Royal Commission, 253. XV. The Squatting Era to Page 256. Land speculations, 257-depression, 257--improvement, 257- boiling down, 258-squatting tenure, 259-Gipps's regulations, 259-squatters' meeting in Melbourne, 260-Order-in- Council, 261-death of Gipps, 262--steady improvement on stations, scab, footrot, dingos, to kangaroos, 265-bush fires, 265-Black Thursday, 266- floods in Melbourne, 268-Marra traced to its source, 268- shipping interests, 269-mails from England, 27o-Belfast, 27o-Warrnambool, 271-Buninyong, 271-Hamilton, Portland, Geelong, special surveys, Brighton, Williamstown, Brunswick, Heidelberg, 274 XVI. Separation from flew Soutlt Wales to Page 225. Early agitations, 276-preliminary separation, 277-alteration of northern boundary, 277-meetings in Melbourne, 278- petitions, 279-Legislative Council in Sydney, 279-Dr. Lang, 280-Edward Curr, 281-sectarian riots, 282-Dr. Lang's motion for separation, 284-separation banquet, 285 -election of Earl Grey, 286-Queen's approval of separation, 287-bill introduced in House of Commons, 289- passed, 291-rejoicings in Melbourne, 293. XVII. Discovery of Cold Page 255. Gold in California, 295-early discoveries, 295-Chapman, 296 -Hargraves, 296-excitement, 299-exodus from Melbourne, Soo-gold discovery committee, 300-Dr. Bruhn, 301- William Campbell, 301-a hundredweight of gold, 301- Anderson's Creek, 302-Esmond, 302-gold at Clunes, 304- Hiscock, 304-gold at Buninyong, 3o5-Ballarat, 305- Golden Point, 3o7-Latrobe's despatches, 309-gold licenses, 309-rush to Ballarat, 310-' jeweller's shops," 311-aspect of Ballarat,`314-Mount Alexander, 315-Christopher Peters, 316-Melbourne deserted, 317-military sent for, 318- license fee increased, 319-A. R. C. Selwyn, 321-immigration consequent on gold discoveries, 322. XVIII. The Era of Cold to Page 324. Constant arrival of people, 325-high prices, 326-consequent distress, 327-Immigrants' Home, 328-Canvas Town, 329- Rag-fair, 329-appearance of Melbourne during gold excitement, 33o-Adelaide gold escort, 332--influx of convicts, bushrangers, the Randolph, Australasian League, 334-Convicts' Prevention Act, 335-Beechworth, 34o-Mount Moliagul, 341-Eureka Gully, 342-Canadian Gully, 342-Cobb's coaches, 343-Castlemaine, 344-Sandhurst, 345 -antipathy of miners to goldfields' commissioners, 347-digger hunting, 348-collisions between diggers and troops, 350-excitement on the goldfields, 352-Latrobe's resignation, 3J3--his departure, 354-agitation for a mint at Melbourne, 358-services rendered by Latrobe, 356. XIX, The Era of Democracy to Page 357. Democratic ideals, 357-Sir Charles Hotham, 359-demonstrations against the Chinese, 361-restlessness on the goldfields, 362-rioting, 362-Hotham sends troops to Ballarat, 364-miners organise for resistance, 365-Commission of Enquiry, Ballarat Reform League, Eureka Stockade, 367-conflict, 368-report of Commission, 370- meetings in Melbourne, 371-Haines's Ministry, 372-trial of insurgents, 373-New Constitution, 374-Ballot Act, death of Hotham, 378- Charles Gavan Duffy, 379-

6 CONTENTS OF VOL. I. ix 0"Shanassy's Ministry, 382-Sir Henry Barkly, 380- Haines's Second Ministry, 38i-O'Shanassy's Second Ministry, 382-Nicholson's Ministry, 382-Eight-hours' system, 382--Melbourne in 1855, 384-Victorian Railways, 385 XX. Burke aqd WiUs Page 387. Melbourne Public Library, 387-Melbourne University, 388- grammar-schools, 390-scientific societies, 39o-Ambrose Kyte, expedition organised, 391- Robert O'Hara Burke, 391-William John Wills, 393-dash across the continent, death of Burke and Wills, relief expeditions, 402. XXI. Protection to native Industry to Page 405. Richard Heales, 405-alteration in gold-mining, 406-deepsinking, 407-Band of Hope Company, 408-quartz-mining, decline of wages, 411- protection proposed, 412- payment of members, 414-O'Shanassy's third Ministry, 416 -arrival of Sir Charles Darling, 418-agitation for protection, 42o-Tariff Bill tacked to Appropriation Bill, 421- first deadlock, Sir Charles Darling recalled, 427-his departure, 428. XXII. The Deadlock, 1866 to Page 429. Legislative Assembly asserts its superiority, 430-Hugh George, 431-grant to Lady Darling, 432-second deadlock, 433- visit of Prince Alfred, 436-Sladen's Ministry, 441-termination of deadlock, 442-reform of Council, 442 XXIII. The Era of Agriculture to Page 444. Land laws, 445-land convention, 446-rioting, 450-free selection, 451-Macpherson Grant, 452-agricultural progress, 454-wine.growing, 456-land-tax, 457-arrival of Sir George Bowen, 458-Francis's Ministry, 459--Graham Berry, 460-Victorian defences, 461. XXIV. The Era of Manufactures to Page 463. Exhibition of 1854-Exhibition of 1866-Exhibition of M'Culloch's fourth Ministry and political agitations, 466- Berry's second Ministry, 467-third deadlock, 469-dismissal of public officers, 469--C. H. Pearson, 472-Dr. Hearn, 472-the " Embassy," 473-the Marquis of Normanby, 475-Service 's first Ministry, 476-Berry's third Ministry, 476-International Exhibition of 1880, 477 XXV. Recent Times to Page 479. Reform of Council, 48o-O'Loghlen's Ministry, 480-bushrangers, 481-the Kelly gang, 482-Service's second Ministry, 485-Alfred Deakin, 485--arrival of Sir Henry and Lady Loch, 486-irrigation, 487-Gillies Ministry, 487-Early Closing Act, 488-Queen's jubilee, 490, XXVI. Literature and Irt in Victoria.-Page 491. The Press, 491-pioneer newspapers, 492 -the Argots, 493- Melbourne Herald, 493-the Age, 494-Evening Herald, 495- Daily Telegraph, 496-country press, 496-literature, 497- early authors, 497-A. L. Gordon, 498-G. G. M`Crae, 500 -Marcus Clarke, Soo-W. E. Hearn, 5oi--Art, 502--early efforts, 502 -National Gallery, 503-Buvelot, 504-recent progress, 505. XXVII. Music and the Dranla.-Page 506. Early concerts, 5o6-Philharmonic, 507 opera, 5o8-Lyster, 509-Liedertafels, 511-the drama, 511-Coppin, G. V. Brooke, 513-Theatre Royal, 514-Barry Sullivan, 516- Montgomery, 517-the Princess Theatre, 518. XXVIII. Education and Science in Victoria.-Page 520. First schools, 520-National Board and Denominational Board, 522-common-schools, 524-Wilberforce Stephen, 525- State-schools, 526-the University, 528-grammar schools, affiliated colleges, 531-Science, Baron von Mueller, 533-ProfessorM`Coy, 533-Acclimatisation Society, 534-the Observatory, 535-R. L. J. Ellery, 535-George Neumayer, 535-Royal Society, scientific societies, 537 XXIX. The Metropolis,-Page 541. Position of Melbourne among cities of the world, 541-Collinsstreet, 542-Flinders-street, 547-the wharves, 547-railway station, 548-Spring-street, 548-Parliament Houses, President and Speaker, 551-Bourke-street, 551-Eastern Market, 552-Post Office, 554-Law Courts, 555-Melbourne Hospital, 556-Chinese quarter, 557-St. Kilda road, 56o-Albert Park, 56i- St. Kilda, 562-Prahran, 563- Botanic Gardens, 564-cricket grounds, 566-Fitzroy Gardens, 567-East Melbourne, 567-Richmond, 568-Hawthorn and Kew, 569-Collingwood, 571-Port Melbourne, 572-Carlton, 573-Royal Park, 574-Flemington, 575- Hotham, 576. XXX. The Churches in Victoria.-Page 577. First divine service, 577--John C. Grylls, 577-James Clow, 577--Independent Church, 578-Catholic Church, 578-Wesleyans, 579-First permanent church, 579-St. James' Church, St. Peter's, Scots' Church, 58o - St. Francis' Church, 58i-Churches in the smaller towns, 581-Bishop Perry, 582-Archbishop Goold, 582-Bishop Thornton, 583 -Bishop Moorhouse, 584-St. Paul's Cathedral, 584-Independent clergymen, 585-Wesleyan clergymen, 585-Presbyterian clergymen, 586-Charles Strong, 587-Australian Church, 587--abolition of State-aid to churches, 587.

7 ARTHUR'S SEAT AND THE "LADY NELSON." III. tb e Eptoration ot the boasts ot 1LMctotia, en the early part of the year 1798, George Bass had roughly examined the eastern i half of the Victorian coast in that intrepid boat voyage of his. The charts he had taken to Sydney set forth the main features in a somewhat rude fashion, for he was not a trained seaman, but a surgeon. He had not that knowledge of nautical surveying, nor was he equipped with those nicely-adjusted instruments, which are necessary for even a moderately good outline of an unknown coast. Our admiration for his work is in no way founded on its accuracy or beauty, but rather on the undaunted devotion he displayed in it. Still, in a distorted guise, the eastern coast was laid down in charts that gave a vague idea of the Ninety-mile Beach, of Corner Inlet, Wilson's Promontory, and Western Port. The remaining part of the Victorian shores was plotted down in equally rude fashion by Lieutenant James Grant in the years 18oo and 1801, as the result of his cursory examination on board the Lady Nelson.' That diminutive craft was built under the direction of Captain Schanck of the Admiralty, to test the value of an invention of his own, which he called a "sliding keel." This consisted of three centreboards fitted into wells in the vessel, and capable of being dropped so as to form a very deep keel so long as the vessel was on the open sea. This keel being in three portions, it was possible to adjust them so as to improve the sailing qualities of the vessel when the wind was on the quarter. When it was directly abaft these keels were all raised, and the vessel became a flat-bottomed craft. Captain Schanck was friendly with Grant, and secured him the command of this ship when the Duke of Portland had it prepared for use in the exploration of Australian seas. The long rakish-looking schooner hauled out into the Thames on the 13th January, i 8oo, with a crew 1 The narrative of this voyage was in 1803 published with the following extensive title-`' Thee Narrative of a Voyage of Discovery performed in His Majesty's vessel the Lady Nelson, of sixty tons burthen with sliding keels, in the years 1800, i8oi, and 1802 to New South Wales," by James Grant.

8 126 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS. PAST AND PRESENT. stipulated that no sort of intoxicating liquor should be landed at Port Phillip, except for strictly medical purposes under proper prescription. However, it is now done; the dark man and the dark woman, are learning the mad excitement of what they are beginning to know as a " big drunk." Less objectionable the few bags of flour and boxes of groceries that are to be seen around the house, for Fawkner is also general storekeeper for the settlement., Round his weatherboard cottage there stand some three or four huts of sods, roofed over with withered grass. There dwell the servants whom Fawkner brought over. If we climb the hill another two or three hundred yards, we are beside the weatherboard cottage, where Dr. Cotter resides when not superintending the operations of the association He has by this time three stations to attend to; for Captain Swanston has landed something like a thousand sheep, and Mr. Connolly and Mr. Solomon have both sent over small flocks, which at present are situated near the site of Essendon under the charge of shepherds, while Mr. Wedge and Mr. Simpson have also sent over a few, which are nibbling the short sweet grass of Hotham, and the slopes leading down to Batman's swamp. Round Dr. Cotter's house there are half -a-dozen sod-built huts, occupied by Mr. Henry Batman and other employes of the association. Where we now stand on Batman's hill we can see the cultivated patch of Mr. Fawkner on the other side of the river, waving with yellow grain, or green with well-grown vegetables. Near it the formal lines are seen of the orchard he has planted. Over yonder, where now the St. Kilda road runs away to the south, a few sheep owned by Fawkner arc ranging among the scrub. Half-a-dozen horses and some cattle wander up and down the slopes, which now arc the streets of Melbourne; and such is the aspect of the town after it has been for three months the dwelling-place of Englishmen. ice.. 1= 1-.:..._._.. BATMAN'S DWELLING ON THE YARRA After Lico'det, By 7)ermissaof of the 1 'rztstees of the JIeUottrrc Public Lilooi y.

9 THE PIONEERS OF the second place, were particularly anxious that the new township should not become a harbourage for escaped convicts. In regard to the blacks, it is stated that the Port Phillip residents showed them great kindness ; that they had withheld from them the knowledge of tobacco and strong drink, and were endeavouring to teach them civilised habits. As to the convicts, the new settlement wished to have nothing to do with them, and one or two who had smuggled themselves over in the Caledonia were being watched for, in order that if they presented themselves at the township they might be at once returned to Tasmania. Everything in this report was in favour of the settlers, and Bourke was informed that they were much gratified that he had caused an inquiry to be made into their condition, and that they would be greatly pleased if he could see his way to afford them the protection of his government. Nothing would have pleased the Governor more than to have complied at once with this prayer, but to have done so would have been to ignore the express wish of the Colonial Office. He had, therefore, to wait patiently for the receipt of a reply to his letter of the preceding October. That reply-to which we have already referred-was now on its way, Lord Glenelg having on the i 3th of April sent instructions to Bourke to make no attempt for the repression of this laudable spirit of enterprise in which the new settlement was finding its origin, and implicitly giving him permission to do as he thought fit. Lord Glenelg's letter did not arrive till nearly two months after the receipt of Stewart's report; but, without delay, Bourke proceeded to act upon it. His Majesty's ship Rattlesnake was then lying in Port Jackson under the command of Captain Hobson. He was directed to hold his vessel ready for an immediate departure to Port Philli p in order to land there a g overnment p art y. On the 9th of September a Grette notice was prepared, stating that /' the Governor had been pleased to appoint Captain William Lonsdale of the F ourth or Kin's Own Regiment to be police,, magistrate for the Port Phillip district. This same Gazette notice, intimated that land in that district would be thrown open for sale by auction, in accordance with the terms then customary. Bourke, being now free to act in regard to the disposal of these waste lands, was not forgetful of Batman and his claims, and sent a message by the Rattlesnake in which he invited the Port Phillip Association to send a deputation to Sydney, in order to lay their claims before the council there, and to discuss the terms on which they might be allowed to retain a small portion CAPTAIN WILLIAM L NSDALE, of the land they desired to possess.' To maintain order in the district, Lieutenant King was sent with a force of thirty soldiers. A small staff of officers was appointed, consisting of three assistant surveyors (Robert Russell, F. D'Arcy, and W. Darke ) whose duty it should be to survey the town and prepare the plans that would be necessary before sales of land could take place. Mr. R. S. Webbe was to go as officer of customs, and J. M`Namara as his tide waiter. A district constable and two ordinary constables completed the equipment necessary for the new government, and, considering all the circumstances, it must be admitted to have been ample. Great was the delight in the settlement when on the 1st of October, 1836, the Rattlesnake arrived at the mouth of the Yarra, and Captain Hobson escorted Captain Lonsdale up the river Bourke 's report to Lord Glenelg, printed in Labilliere II., '43. Vol, I. S

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11 5 42 k1ctoria AND ITS METROPOLIS. PAST AND PRESENT unpicturesque tiveatherboard that lie between Williamstown or Port Melbourne and the heart of the city, or whether he proceeds at a slow speed up the black current of the Yarra, breathing the stench from the gas bubbles that burst on its surface after rising from foul decay at its filthy bed, he enters Melbourne under unfavourable conditions But are not all great cities so environed? Where they grow and spread there must be a fringe which ever pushes outward, and in which the poorer dwellings lie scattered in ungainly fashion. This fringe in some directions may be formed of the charming mansions of the wealthy dotted out and out into the surrounding country, but it is not in the direction of wharves and railway termini that the wealthy build their secluded retreats. Let us, however, show to our visitor the finer aspects first. Let us bring him up by night -when darkness has lent a kindly veil to the dismal and the unlovely--and so may he wake in time for us to guide him, some bright spring morning, to see the streets of this our Melbourne, the city of many a fond affection; associated with none of the pride 1 of an heroic past, but loveable in the bright, the cheerful, the exhilarating hopefulness of the future she spreads out for her four hundred thousand inhabitants. Let us start with our guest and commence at the eastern end of Collins-street, from those broad stone steps over which the Treasury raises its massy front of ruddytinted freestone. The view from THE TREASURY BUILDINGS. the summit of that flight of steps is one of impressive dignity. The wide street, its wood-paved roadway and its broad side-paths, with the handsome dwellings on either side, forms a vista that is broken by the softly-tinted shades of English trees in their spring attire, that hint of the leafy forest being deliciously mingled with the solid grey of man's handiwork on - - IIII either side. As far as we can look alon gg that handsome view, the dwellings are those of the healing art-surgeons, physicians and dentists, oculists, aurists and specialists of a score of kinds dwell here in a 1 colony of their own, and as we pass along we see the cab pull up and the sufferer alight at many a brass-plated doorway; or we watch while the humbler artisan gives the modest ring that is to usher him into the place of awe. If we could look into these houses that rise three, four, or five stories high, what _ cases of instruments we should see, what costly appliances for examination and relief! Truly hereabouts ENTRANCE TO THE MELBOURNE CLUB.

12 THIRD GRAND INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH, PLAYED BETWEEN THE VICTORIAN AND NEW SOUTH WALES CLUBS ON THE MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND, JANUARY 52, 13, I, Drawn on stone by Henry H. Glover. Robinson, Lithographic Printer, Melbourne. Dedicated to the lovers of English Sports by their obedient servant, E. L. Robinson. (Copied by permission from print in the possession of Mr. Champion, Queen's Arms Hotel.) VICTORIAN PLAYERS. T. W. Wills (Capt.) G. Marshall W. L. Rees T. M. Bryant W. Hammersley T. Hamilton T. F. Wray G. Pickering B. Butterworth G. Elliott T. F. Morres C. F. Cameron, umpire. NEW SOUTH WALES PLAYERS. G. Gilbert (Capt.) J. M' Kone J. Mills H. Hilliard N. Thompson R. Murray G. Howell 0. Lewis R. Vaughan J. L. Beeston T. Lewis W. Tunks, umpire. Scores: Victoria, 1st innings, 59; and, 238; total, 297. New South Wales, Ist innings, 57; 2nd, 69; total, 126. Won by Victoria by 171 runs. 11 tll6 illl du illh illh iilh dlh diii Ip dlh,ii ills, illy ll4 i0h d4i illh illl ilu a' h ill6 it i, 16!Ih ill INDEX TO VOL. I. 'ue '9P' 'VIII' s A' giipmi5 i iiii 'III ' II' I I' '(I 'I 5 '45 'IIP TIP ii! 4Ii' 'l II qlf qp' '9 5' 'hli 'II' qll' ql 'II''IU"IIP'4!' IhP I' l A'Beckett, Chief Justice, 373 A'Beckett, T. T., 433, 458 A'Beckett, W. A. C., 458 Aberdeen, Mt., 93 Aboriginals, 15 daily life, i6 food, i8 hunting, 20 implements, 21 moral condition, 22, 231 cannibalism, 23, 245 polygamy, 24 corroboree, 26 infanticide, 27 superstitions, 28 and Batman's Association, Io6, 231 in Melbourne, 177 conflicts with, 208, , 235, trials of, 244, 247, 249 depredations of, 24 5 as police, 246, 251 executions of, 246, 248 utilisation of, 250 disappearance of, 253 treatment of, 229 destruction of, 237 care taken of, 238 protectors of, 238, 244, 252 Aboriginal reserves, 243 Abrupt, Mt., 92 Acclimatisation Society, 534 Adams, Capt., 224 Addis, E. B., 163 Addison and Murray, 226 Adelaide, 130 Advertiser, Geelong, 491 Advertiser, Bendigo, 496 Advertiser, The Melbmerne, 166 Age, 430, 494 Agriculture in Victoria, 444, 453 Airy, Charles, 157, 224 Aitken, John, 119,130, 141, 260 Akehurst, W. M., 5i4 Albert river, 221 Albert, Port, 223 Albert Park, 56i Alberton, 224 " Albion" Company, 409 Albion, 492 Alexander, Mt., 92, 315 Alexandrina, Lake, 76 Alfred, Prince, 436 Allan, J. and W., 224 Amherst, 341, 342 Anderson, Henry, 139, 158 Anderson and Massie, 220 Anderson's creek, 302 Anderson, R. S., 405, 416, 466, 485 Anderson, Colonel, 461 Ahrasia, 193 Act for better government of Aplin, C. D. and H., 224 Australian colonies, 291 I Arapiles, Mt., 89 Appropriation Bill rejected, 423, 436, 469 Arthur, 122 Armytage, George, 131 Arbitration, first, 133 Arden, George, 167, 197, 201, 278, 491, 497 Armstrong, Commissioner, 309 Argus, 430 Art in Victoria, 502 Arthur's Seat, 39, 62 Arthur, Governor, 83, 103 Assembly, Legislative, Astrolabe, Aspinall, B. C., 373, 405, 433, 494 Asylum for the Blind, 560 Atkinson, James, 270 Auctioneers in Melbourne, 170 Auctions in Melbourne, 177 Austin Hospital, 569 Australia Felix, 85 Australian Church, 587 Australasian, 495, 499 Australasian League, 334 Avoca, 87 Avon river, 214, 216 Bacchus, Capt., 141, 144 Bacchus Marsh, 144 Balfour, James, 434, 439, 469 Ballarat, first occupied, i58 Ballarat, 305 name, 308 Ballarat in 1851, 312 in 1852, 342 in 1862, 409 riots, 361, 364 Ballarat '' Corner," 407 Ballarat Reform League, 363 Ballot Act, 378, 379 " Band of Hope" Company, 408 Bank, London Chartered, 424 Bank, first in Melbourne, 159, 199 Bank of Victoria, 383 Banks, Sir Joseph, 6 Bannister, Capt., 122 Banquet, free, 438 Baptist mission to aboriginals, 238 Baralier, Ensign, 34 Barker's creek, 317 Barkly, Sir Henry, 380, 418, 536 Barwon, 130 Barrabungale, Mt., 86 Barry, Sir Redmond, 197, 200, 278, 293, 344, 373, 387, 463, 528, 536 Bass river, 36 Bass, George, io fate of, 14 Bates, Wm., 458 Baths, first in Melbourne, 197 Batman, John, 72, 94,120,124, 133, 154, 155, i59, 178 death, 179

13 590 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT; Batman on site of Melbourne, 102 Batman, Henry, I05, 119, 126 death, 179 Batman's journal, 103 claim, 105 first meeting with blacks, 98 treaty with blacks, ioo Baudin, Capt., 43 Bayles, Wm., 441 Bayliss, Edward, 212 Baxter, Capt. B., 168 Bear, John, 227 Bear, J. P., 456, 469 Beaumont, Armes, 509 Beaver, George, 194 Becker, Ludwig, 391, 534 Beckler, Hermann, 391 Beechworth, Belfast, , 410 first church, 581 Bell, Edward, 223 Bell, William, 334 Bendigo creek, 317, 321 Bent, Thomas, 480 Bentley's Hotel burnt, Bernard, Dr., Berry, Graham, 414, 419, 420, 425, 441, 458, 460, 465, 467, 485, 487 Bevan, Rev. Dr., 585 Beveridge, Andrew, 228 Bindon, Judge, 464 Bishop, *Anna, 508 Bishop of Melbourne, 582 Black, Dr. Thomas, 170, 464, 534 Black, George, 363, 367, 373 Black, John, 514 Black, Neil, 224 Black Thursday, 266 Black. Wednesday, 469 Blackwood, 14 Blair, David, 371, 447 Blair, James, 85, 227, 234 Blandowski, M., 536 Bleasdale, Dr., 536 Bligh, 9 Bloomfield, Thomas, 224 Boiling down, 258 Bolton, Henry, 480 Bonwick, James, 497 Bonney, 147 Booth and Argyle, 227 Botanic Gardens, 200, 564 Botany Bay, 7 Bourke-street, 330, 551 Bourke, Governor, 83, 123, 135, 138, i8i, 187 lands in Melbourne, 151 departure and death, 154 Bourke's proclamation, 123 policy for Port Phillip, 124, 276 Bourke, John, first mailman, 169 Boursiquot, -, 492 Bowen, Sir George, 458, 470, 471, 475 Bowen, Lieut., 37, 39 Brady, the bushranger, 95 Brahe, William, 391, 394 Brain and Williams, 227 Brighton, 562 first church, 58i Brighton special survey, 272 Brisbane, Governor, 65 ` Brisbane, settlement, 69 Bridge, first over Yarra,195, 541 Bridgewater, 13 Brock, H., A. & J., 141 Brodie Bros., 227 Brodie, 190 Brodribb, W. A., 221 Bromby, Dr., 390, 529 Brooke, G. V., 513 Broomfield, 157 Brown, Capt., 148 Brown, Charles, 306 Brown, John, 139 Brownless, Dr. A. C., 528 Bruhn, Dr., 301, 303 Brunswick, 273, 574 Bryant, John, 226 Buckingham, Duke of, 440 Buckland rush, 340 Buckley, E., 212, 224 Buckley, William, 63, io6, 110, 1 29, 142, 145, 162 Buddee, Herr, 507 Buffalo, 47 Bulmer, Rev. John, 252 Buninyong, Mt., 158 Buninyong, 301, 303, 304 Buntingdale Wesleyan station, 236 Burge, Mr., 125 Burke,. Robert O'Hara, 391 death of, 4oi Burrowes, Robert, 480 Burrumbeet, Lake, i58 Bush fires, 265 Bushrangers, 337, 481 Butters, J. S., 438 Butters, Rev. Mr., 58i Buvelot, Louis, 504 Byrne, Robert, 458 Caernarvon, Lord, 433 Cairns, Rev. Dr., 586 Calcutta, 53 Caledonia, 130 Caledonian diggings, 302 Cameron, Allan, 228 Cameron, Donald, 301 Cameron, Rev. Dr., 586 Campaspe district settled, 228 Campbell, D. S., 194 Campbell, Dalmahoy, 224 Campbell, James, 469, 485 Campbell, 0. R., 504 Campbell, P. L., 164 Campbell, Robt., 521 Campbell, Wm., 30I Campbell's creek, 317 Canadian gully, 342 Cananook creek, 58 Canterbury, Viscount, 441, 458 Canvastown, 329 Carandini, Madame, 507 Cardwell, Secretary, 426, 432 Carey, General, 432 Carlsruhe, 148 Carpenter, 3 Carpentaria, Burke at, 395 Carter, Wm., 138, 157 Casey, J. J., 458 Castella, Paul and Hubert de, 456 Castlemaine, 92, 148, 315, 344 riot at, 350 Cataragui, wreck of, 203 Catholic Church, 578 Cattle station, first in Victoria, 147 Catto, James, 227 Caulfield, John, 197 Cavanagh, Ballarat pioneer, 307, 311 Cay and Kaye, 228 Cayley, botanist, 34 Cerberus, 462 Chalmers' Church, 586 Chambers, Lucy, 508 Champion, 130 Chapman's 296 discovery of gold, Chevalier, Nicholas, 502 Childers, H. C. E., 318, 377, 523 Chili, 130 Chinese, 361 in Melbourne, 557 Chirnside, Thomas, 224 Church, first in Melbourne, 142 Churches in 1850, 582 Churchill Island, 35 Clark, A. T., 471, 476 Clarke, Andrew, 353, 377, 445, 536 Clarke, Dr., 140 Clarke, James, 141, 144, 198 Clarke, James A., 520 Clarke, Kenneth, 141 Clarke, Marcus, 500 Clarke, Rev. W. B., 295 Clarke, Sir W. J., 463, 477 Clarke, W. J. T., 138,144, 158 Cloncurry river, 394 Clonmel, wreck of, 220 Clow, Rev. James, i6o, 577, 586 Clunes, 301, 303, 410 Clyde Company, 131 Cobb's coaches, 343 Coburg, 574 Coghill, 148 Cohen, Edward, 458 Colac, Lake, 145, 157 Cole, Capt., 286 Cole, Mt., 92 Collicott, 122 Collingwood, 164,192, 273, 570 Collins, David, 54 Collins, Mr., 6, Collins-street, 545 Colter, Dr., 126, 156, i68 Coltish, Capt., 121 Collyer, J. & W., 228 Condah, Lake, 252,254 Condell, Henry, first mayor, 193, 282, 284 Commercial depression, 257 Commission on state of goldfields, 370 Commissioners of goldfields, 348 Commissioners ofcrownlands, 245 Committee for gold discovery, 300 Common schools, 524, Companies, first in Melbourne, 199 Connolly, 122, 126 Constitution of Victoria, 374 Constitution of 1843, 280 Convict settlement at Sorrento, 57 Convicts brought by " overlanders," 181, 182 Convicts, escaped, 63 expiree, 183 influx of, 332 not permitted in Victoria, 135, i8o Convicts' Prevention Act, 335, 338 Cook, James, 6 Cooke, E. C., 504 Cooke, John, 494 Cooper, 154, 156 Cooper's Creek, 392 Coppin, George, 5o8, 512 Coranderrk, 253 Corangamite, Lake, 157 Curio Bay, 44, 52, 97 Corner Inlet, 221 Corney Bros., , Corroboree to welcome Batman, 121 Cosmopolitan Company, 408 Cotterill, 122, 141 Coulstock, 156 Council, Legislative, 319, 351, 375 Courier, 492 Courier, Ballarat, 496 Coutts, George, 228 Cowie, 121, 131 Cowper, James, 228 COX, John, 226 Craig, Skene, 156, 165, i68 Crane, Bishop, 583 Crawford, Robt., 224 Creswick, 344 Cricket grounds, 566 Cricket match, first in Melbourne, 173 Cricket match, intercolonial, 589 Croke, James, 200 Cruikshank, A. B., 227 Crutch, Thomas, 157 Cumberland, 13, 47 Cunningham, Robt., 224 Curlewis, G. C., 228 Curr, E. M., 282, 294, 502, Curr, Edward, 281, 285, 286, 291 Cussen, Dr., 162 Custom-house, i6o Cuthbert, Henry, 467 Cygnet, 5 Daily News, 492 Daily Telegraph, 496 Daisy Hill diggings, 341 Dampier, 4 Dana, Pulteney, 251, 309 D'Arcy, F., 135, 159 Darke, J. C,, 139 Darke, W., 135 Darling, Governor Ralph, 72 Darling, Sir Charles, 418, 424 recalled, 427 Darling, Lady, grant to, 431, 435 Darlot, J. M., 227 Dandenong, 148 Darnell, 157 Davis, H. E., 502 Davies, M. H., 551 Dawson, James, 224 Daylesford, 146 D'Entrecasteaux, 9 Deadlock, first, 424, 427 second, 43i-ended, 442

14 INDEX TO VOL, I. 59I Deakin, Alfred, 485, 487, 488 Deep sinking, 407 Democratic programme, 405 Democracy in Victoria, 357, 383 Dendy, Henry, 272 Denominational schools, 523 Derham, F. T., 487 Derwent Company, 131 Destitution in Melbourne, 326 Dewing, 157 Dewes, Commissioner, 362 Digger's wedding, 330 Dinner, first public, in Melbourne, 136 Disappointment, Mount, 68 Dismissal of public officers, 469 Dixon, John, 194, 287 Dobson, F. S., 480 Dobson, John, 137, 141 Dodd, Charles, 220 Don, William, 414, 422, 427, 4.49 Donald and Hamilton, 224, 228 Donovan, Ballarat pioneer, 306 Doveton, Commissioner, 309 Dow, J. L., 487 Dowling forest, i58 Drama in Victoria, 5ii Draper, Rev. D. J., 585 Dredge, James, 239, 240 Duffy, C. Gavan, 379, 381, 382, 416, 434, 447, 449, 451, 458, 474, 588 Dummyism, 451 Dunlop, Ballarat pioneer, 306 Dunolly, 341 Dutton, Wm., 8o Duyfhen, I, 2 Fades, Dr., 391, 536 Eaglehawk gully, 345 Earles, Chester, 504 Early-closing Association, 383 Early-closing Act, 488 Ebden, C. H., 147, 150, 156, 280, 283, 293, 381 Echunga, 332 Eddington, John, 224 Edel, 3 Education in Victoria, 520 system of Victoria, 522 Edwards, 130 Eight-hours' system, 382 Election, first in Melbourne, 193 Electoral Bill of Haines, reform, Elizabeth, 8i, I14 Ellery, R. L. J., 535 Elsasser, Herr, 507 '' Embassy," the, 473 Embling, Dr., 371, 382 Emerald Hill, 328, 571 Encounter Bay, 43 Endeavour, 6 Endeavour (sloop), IIg Engineers, Society of, 538.Enterprise, I07, 115, 119, 130, 142 Equalisation of electoral districts, 382 Escott, Lucy, 5o8 Esmond, James, 302 Eureka gully, 342 Vol. I. Eureka stockade, 367 Evans, George, 114, I15, 141 Evans, James, 119 Exchange founded in Melbourne, 200 Exhibitions in Melbourne, 464 Exhibition, International, 476 Exon, Edwin, 497 Eyre, E. J., 150, 156 Factories' Act, 488 Fairy, Port, 270 Faithful, Wm., 207 Fawkner, J. P., 112, 155, 159, 194, 286, 293, 301, 366, 371, 377, 378, 422, 424, 442, 491 settles in Melbourne, 120 Fawkner's first store, 125 hotel, 166 death, 443 Fellows, T.H., 380, 381, 418, 424, 426, 334, 440, 441, 456, 526 Ferguson, 121 Fergusson, Charles, 391 Fever in Melbourne, 191 Field Naturalists, 538 Finamore, John, 497 Firebrace, Major, 227, 260 Fisher, David, 132, 139, 156, 158, 162 Fison, Rev. Lorimer, 5oi Fitzgibbon, E. G., Fitzroy city, , 543 Fitzroy gardens, 567 Fitzroy land sale, 164 Fitzroy, Sir Charles, 286 Flag of Victoria, 462 Flemington, 575 Flemming, James, 47 Flinders, Matthew, 9 death, 14. Flinders at Port Phillip, Flinders-street, Floods, 268 Foley and Cameron, 228 Folingsby, G. F., Foot-rot, Forbes, Rev. James, 578, 580 Forest Creek, 317 Fortifications, 462 Foster, John V. L., 286, 363, 372, 381 Framlingham, 253 Francis, J. G., 382, 416, 417, 419, 458 Franklin, Lady, 173 Franks, Charles, 131 Fraser, Alexander, 458, 369 Freemasons, 196 Free Press, 492 Free-trade League, 420 Fryer's creek, 317 Fulton, Thomas, 371 Furneaux, 8 Fyans, Capt. Foster, 161, 227, 245 Galatea, 436 Gallery, National, 503 Gaol in Melbourne, 184 Gardiner, John, 128, 146, 578 Gardiner's creek, 147 Gas Company in Melbourne, 384 Gaunson, David, 481 Gautrot, M. and Mme., 173, 5o6 Gazette, The Port Phillip, 167, 491 Geelong, 68, i6i, 325 harbour, 130 first occupied, 132 Bourke's visit to, 153 township proclaimed, 162 in 1846, 272 in 1854, 384 its churches, 581 Gellibrand, G. T., 72, 95, 103, 128, 130, 137 death of, 144 Gellibrand, Tom, 128, 145 Gem, 530, 141 Geogheghan, Father, 578 Geographical Society, 538 George, Hugh, 430 Gibbons, W. Sydney, 536 Gilbert, Commissioner, 348 Gilfillan, VY'., 502 Gillies, Duncan, 376, 419, 433, 441, 447, 458, 466, 485, 487 Giorza, Signor, 51o Gipps, Governor, i 8 i, 187, 259, 262 Gippsland, 210, 216 Gippsland Company, 220 Gisborne, 548 Gisborne, H. F., 245 ;X Gladstone, W. E., ego Glenelg, Lord, 125, 135, 181 Glenelg river, 89 Glenelg valley settled, 226 Goe, Bishop, 584 Gold, first discoveries of, 296 excitement, 310 in S. Australia, 331 escort to Adelaide, 332 robberies, 333 fund conceded to Victoria, 339 export duty, 415, 419 Golden Point, 307 Golden gully, 345 Goldfields, life on the, 342 Goold, Archbishop, 582 Gordon, Adam Lindsay, 498 Goulburn river, 93 Grylls, Rev, J. C., 577 Guerard, Eugene von, 502, 504 Guilfoyle, W. R., 533, 565 Gullett, Henry, Gunboats, Gurner, H. F., 293, 373 Grammar-school, Melbourne, 39, 53 Grammar-school, Geelong, 530 Grampians, 88 Grant, Lieut. James, 31 Grant, J. M., 373, 376, 405, 417, 447, 452, 458, 460, 467, 480 Gravel-pits lead, 342 Graves, J. H,, 480 Gray, Charles, 225, 394 Gray, Wilson, 413, 446, 449 Great Extended Company, 408 Green, 144, 228 Greenock, Mt., 92 Greeves, Dr., 201, 378, 381 Greville, J. R., 515 Grey, Earl, 261, 335 3C1, 377, Grey, Earl, election of, 286 Griffiths, 270 Grimes, Charles, 47 Gumm, John, 99 Haberton, Wm., 302 Haddon, F. W., 495 Hagenauer, Rev. F. A., 251 Haines, W. C., 366, 372,, 377, 379, 380, 416, 424, 443, 447 Halford, Prof. G. B., 529 Ham, Rev, John, 58i Hamer, Rev. D. J., 585 Hamilton, 157 founded, 226, 271 Hand in-hand ' ' Company, 409 Hare, Inspector, 484 Hargraves, E. H., 296 Harker, George, 382, 421 Harris, Surveyor, 58 Harrison, Capt., 228, 260 Harrison, James, 491 Hart, Capt., I14 Hartmann, Rev. Mr., 252 Hartog, Dirk, 3 Hawdon, Joseph, 146, 148,169. Hawes, Mr., 289 Hawthorn, 568 Hayes, Catherine, 5o8 Hayes, Timothy, 364, 373 Heales, Richard, 353, 382, 405, 414, 415, 417, 425, 443, 524 Health, first Board of, 192 Heap and Grice, 227 Hearn, Professor W. E., 390, 472, 501, 529 Heathcote, 319 robbery at, 337 Heidelberg, 274, 570 Henderson, Rev. A., 585 Henderson, Rev. Irving, 586 Henry., 130 Henry, Point, 139 Henty, Thomas, 79 Edward, 82, 226, 477 Stephen, 82, 235. Richmond, 82. John, 82 James, 83 Frank, 226 Henty family, 104 Hepburn, Capt., 146, 148, 260 Herald, Port Phillip, 491 Herald, Melbourne, 495 Herz, Julius, 5io Hesse, 144 Hetty, 130 Hicks-Beach, Sir Michael, 470, 474 Highett, John, 219 Higinbotham, George, 415, 417, 421, 425, 406, 431, 439, 460, 494, 525 Hind, Isaac, 278 Hindmarsh, Lake, 252, 254 Hiscock, Thomas, 304 Hobson, Capt., 135 Hobson, Edwin, 224 Hoddle, Robert, 151, 153,154, i56, 293 Hodgkinson, James, 227 Hodgson, i65 Holroyd,.425 Hooson, Constable, 142, 149

15 592 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT Hope, Dr., 456 Hopeless, Mt., 398 Hopkins, Henry, 157, Hopkins river, Horne, R. H., 498 Horsfall, James, 228 Horsley, C. E., 464, 509 Horticultural society, 568 Hoskings, 164 Hospital, Alfred, 560 Homoeopathic, 560 Melbourne, 556, 196 Hotels in Melbourne, 165 Hotham, Sir Charles, death of, Hotham city, 575 Hovell, Capt., 66, 71 Howie, John, 148 Howie, Capt., 220 Howie, 156 Howitt, Richard, 189 Howitt, William, 340 Howitt, Alfred W., 402, 501 Howitt, Dr. Godfrey, 536 Hughes, 158, 164 Hume, Hamilton, 66, 72 Humffray, J. B., 363, 364, 366, 375, 405, 447 Hunter, Alexander, 223 Hunter, Capt,, 115, 117 Hunter, Dr 450 Hurst, Rev. Mr., 234, 236 Hutton, e 158 Iffla, Dr., 536 Illuminations, 490 Illustrated Australian News, 496 Immigrant ships, 187 Immigrants' Home, 328 Immigration,, 187, 203, 269. Immigration of gold-seekers, 321, 325 Indented Head, settlement on, 102 Independent, Bendigo, 496 Independent Church, 578, 579, Inglewood, 3Ii Investigator, 12 Iron Hand" resolution, 466 Ireland, R. D., 416, , 382, 405, Irrigation, 487 Irvine, James, 224 Irving, Prof., 390, 529 Jackson, Samuel, 114,115, 141 James, George, 194 Tames Watt, first steamer, 162 Jameson, first music-teacher, 173 Jamieson, Archibald, 223 Jamieson, Robert, 220 Jeffcott, Justice, 201 Jefferson, Joseph, 516 Jenner, C. J., 420, 469 Jewish Synagogue, 581 Tim Crow diggings, 301 " John Knox " Church, 581 Johnstone, J. S., 260, 285, 292, 293, 493 Jolimont, Igo Jones, C. E., 441 Jones' creek, 341 Jones, F., 223 Jones, Joseph, 466 Jones, Lorando, 502 Jones, Rev, Thomas, 585 Joseph, John, 373 Kangaroo, 265 Kean, Chas., 516 Kelly gang, 481 Kelsall, 139 Kelsh, Postmaster, 168 Kerang, Mt., 341 Kerferd, G. B,, 419, 441, 458, 459, 466, 485 Kernot, Professor, 537 Kerr, Wm., 163, 194, 492 Kew, 569 Kilgour, Dr,, 234, 260 Kilmore founded, 271 King George's Sound, 69 King, Governor, 46 King, John, 391, 402 King's Island explored, King, J. C., first town clerk, 195 King, Philip Parker, 14, 151 Knight, J. S., 464 Knopwood, Rev. Robt., 55 Kramer, Rev. C. W., 252 Kyneton, 146 Kyte, Ambrose, 390, 435 Labilliere, F. P., 42, 501 Ladies' colleges, 530 Lady Nelson, 13, 32 Lalor, Peter, 362, 364, 369, 373, 375, 460, 467, 479 Lancey, Capt., 114, 115 Land Convention, 446 Land fund conceded to colo nies, 339 Land laws, 445 Land regulations, 104, 277 Land sale, first in Me'bourne, 155 second in Melbourne, 158 Land sales in Melbourne, 171 Land tax, 457, 468 Landells, G. J., 391 Landsborough, W., 402 Lang, Rev. Dr., 280, 284, 292 banquet to, 285 Langhorne, Alfred, 148, 219 Langhorne, George, 236 Langlands, Robert, 202 Langridge, G. D., 476, 485 Langton, Edward, 457, 458, 459 Lawing (schooner), 163 Latrobe, Charles Joseph, 174, 190, 293, 309, 312, 320, 324, 328, 350, 353 resigns, 353 departs, 354 death of, 355 Latrobe's services to Victoria, 356 Latrobe river, 215, 216, 218, 222 Law Courts, 555 Leader, 495 Learmonth, Thomas, 143, 158 Lee, David, 508, 545 Leigh river, 144 Le Souef, A. A. C., 534, 573 Le Souef, William, 240 Lettsom, Major, 241 Levi, Nathaniel, 419 Levien, J. F., 485 Lewis,'G. B. W., 514 Lewis, R., 138 Library, Melbourne Public, 387 Licenses for gold-digging, 309, 319 License-fee, 349, 364 reduced, 354 Liedertafels, ii Ligar, C. W., 535 Lighthouses, 270 Liquor Laws, 166, 360 Literature in Victoria, 497 Lloyd, G. T., 138, 157 Loader, Thos., 40 5, 446 Local Option Act, 489 Loch, Sir H. B., 486 Loch, Lady, 486 Loddon, 87 Loddon valley settled, 227 Lofty, Mount, 76 Longmore, Francis, 419, 456, 458, 460, 467 Lonsdale, Wm., 136, 142, 148, 177, 293, 577 Lonsdale, Mrs., 136 Lorimer, James, 420, 423, 487 Loughnan, J.M., 223 Louttit Bay, 38 Lowe, Hon. Robt,, 284 Lushington, Dr,, 125 Lyster, W. S., 508 Macadam, Dr,, 536 Macalister river, 215 Macarthur, D. C., 159, 197, 199 Macarthur, James, 216 Macarthur, Major-General, 379 MacBain, Sir James, , 551, Macdermott; T,, 459 Macdonald, A. C., 538 MacDonnell, M. A. 441, 458 Macedon, Mt., 93, 153 Macintyre, 156 Macgregor's discovery of gold, 298 Mack's Hotel, 163 Mackay, Angus, 458 Mackay, G. E., 209 MacKennal, W. S., 502 MacKinnon, Lachlan, 227, 287, 290, 493 MacKnight, Charles, 224, 260 Macleod, J. M., Macmahon, Captain, 440 MacPherson, J. A., 458, 466 Macready, John, 224, 260 M' Crae, Dr., 197, 220 M`Crae, George Gordon, 498, 500 M'Callum, Alexander, 228 M`Callum, Surgeon, 48 M`Combie, Thomas, 286, 301, 492, 497 M'Coy, Prof. F., 390, 529, 533, 536 M'Culloch, James, 366, 379, 381, 382, 413, 417, 419, 433, 465, 588 McFarlane, James, 210 M'Gillivray, Dr., 534 M'Gowan, S. W., 384 M'Kean, James, 458 M`Kenzie, Farquhar, 158 M'Kenzie, Alastair, 293 M'Kinlay, J., 402 M`Lachlan, 155, 211, 223 M'Lean, Captain Hugh, 164 M'Leay, George, 73 M'Lellan, W,, 458, 466 M'Leod, Hugh, 227 M'Millan, Angus, 211, 223 M'Namara, J., 135 Madden, John, 466 Madden, Walter, 481 Mail to Sydney, 169 to England, i68 to Geelong, 169 Majeroni, Signor, 519 Major, Mr., 3 "Major's line," 146 Manhood suffrage, 379 Manifold, John; 139 Manifold, Peter, 139 Manifold, Thomas, 139 Manning, John, 373 Manners-Sutton, Sir J. H. T., 432, 458 Manton, J. A., 195 Manufacturing progress, 465, 478 Marion, 8 Markets, Eastern, 552 first in Melbourne, 200 Marr, Robert, 114, 115 Mary Ann, 110 Maryborough, 342 Mason, Mr., 224 Matthew, Felton, 163 Matthews, Chas., 517 Mayday Hills, 339 Mayor, first of Melbourne, 194 Mechanics' Institute, 197 Medical School, 529 Melbourne, first encampment on, 109, 117 first occupation of, 118 in its first year, 125 in its second year, 142 named, 152 founded, 158 in its third year, 159 in its fourth year, 164 illuminated first time, 173 in its fifth year, 176 incorporated, 198 Hospital, 196 appearance in 1845, 202 in 1848, in 1854, 383 in 1888, 540 Town Council, 194 Town Hall, 438, 542 Club, 542 Melville Island, 69 Menindie, 392 Menzies, Rev. P. S., 586 Mercer, Major, 122, 125, 138, 156, 292 Merino Downs, 84 Merri creek, loo Mertho, Capt., 57 Meteorological Observatory, 535 Michel, John, 302 Michie, Archibald, 373, 379, 381, 418, 458, 523 Microscopical Society, 537 Military force for Victoria, 318 Miller, Henry, Miller, Rev. F., 584 Mint, Melbourne, 355, 555 Mining companies, 411

16 INDEX TO VOL. I. 593 Ministry of Mines, 405 Mitchell, Sir Thomas, 85, 280 Mitchell, W. H. F., 381, 416 Model Schools, 523 Molesworth, Judge, 380 Moliagul, Mt., 341 Mollison, G. F., 148, 260, 278 Monteagle, Lord, 290 Montefiore, E. L., 502 Montes, Lola, 514 Montgomery, Walter, 517 Moorabool, 157. Moorhouse, Bishop, 583 Moravian mission to aboriginals, 251 Morison, Rev. Alex., 584 Morris, Dr., 157 Morrison, Alex., 390, 530 Mortimer, W. H., 194 Moss, 155 Mudie, 128 Mueller, Ferdinand von, 464, 532, 536 Mundy, Lieut., 169 Munro, James, 460 Murchison, Sir Roderick, 296 Murdoch, 158 Murphy, Sir Francis, 293, 415 Murray, Hugh, 157 Murray, Lieut., 34, 36 Murray river discovered, 68 explored,75 Murrumbidgee explored, 74 Museum, National, 533 Music in Victoria, 506 Nathan, Isaac, 507 National Gallery, 389 National schools, 523 Neill. Colonel, 461 Nelson, Cape, 32 Nelson'.' Company, 408 Nelson, frigate, 462 Nelson, plundered by convicts, 333 Neumayer, George, 535 Newspaper, first, 166 Newton, Frank, 502 Newtown, 164 Nicholson, Dr. Charles, 163, 280 Nicholson river, 214 Nicholson, Wm., 334, 378, 415, 447, 449 Nickle, Sir Robert, Nimmo, John, , 367 Norfolk (sloop), 12 Norman, Capt., 402 Normanby, Marquis of, , North Melbourne, 575 Norval, 120, 128 Norwegian scheme, 459 Nugget, first, 3oi Nuggets, 341 Numbla-Munjee, 213 Nuyts, 3 O'Connor, Bishop, 583 O'Connor, Terence, 219 O'Grady, Michael, 441, 458 O'Loghlen, Sir Bryan, 467, 470, 480, 485 O'Shanassy, John, 283, 286, 293, 301, 379, 380, 381, 382, 414, 416, 426, 447, 476 Observatory, 535, 537 Ocean, 54 Oddie, James, 307 Omeo, 210 Opera in Melbourne, 199, 508 Ophir, 299, 300 Orders in Council, 261 Ormond College, 531 Ormond, Francis, 531 Orr, John, 194 Orton, Rev. Mr., 133, 577 Otway, Cape, 33 Otway ranges, 144 Ovens river, 93 Ovens rush, 339 Overlanders to Adelaide, 169 Owen,. Dr., 350 Oxley, 69. Pakington, Sir John, 318, 339 Palmer, Sir James, 196, 287, 292, 293 Parker, E. S., 239 Parliament, Houses of, 550 Patriot, Port Phillip, 167, 491 Patterson, Colonel, 47 Patterson, John, 194 Patterson, J. B., 460, 467, 476 Payment of Members, 405, 414, 421, 456, 459, 468, 471, 479 Pearson; C. H., 472, 474, 476, 487 Pelsart, Capt, 5 Pender, Michael, 156, 212 " Pentonvillers," 186, 334 Perry, Bishop, 582 Peters, Christopher, 315 Philharmonic,.198, 506 Phillip Island, 70 Phillip, Port, discovered, 38 explored, 48 Pianists in Victoria, 510 Pitt, Major-General W. A. D., 461 Plebiscitum, 473 Plenty river, 130 Plenty ranges, 302 Pollock, Capt., 139, 144, 157 Porpoise, 13 Portland Bay, 33, 79, 91 Portland, 84, 271 proclaimed a township, 226 its churches, 581 Port Melbourne, 572 Port Phillip Association, 96, 122, 137 Port Phillip Company, 410 Post-office, first in Melbourne, 168 Poverty flat, 307 Powell, Walter, 494 Powlett, F. A., 85, 245, 316, 363, 144 Prahran, 563 Prendergast, Michael, 446. Presbyterian Church of Victoria, 586 Press, Victorian, 491 Prince George, 134 Prince's-bridge, 196, 541 Printer, first in Melbourne, 167 Probationary leases, 452 Property qualification abolished, 382 Protection to native industry, 406, 412 Punch, 474, 496 Quartz-mining, 410 Queen's College, 531 Queen's wharf, 547 Quiros, Fernandez de, i Races, first in Melbourne, 173 Raffaello, Carboni, 367, 374 Rag Fair, 329 Railways begun, 384 Ralph, Dr., 533 Ramahyuck, 252, 254 Ramsay, Robert, 421, 458, 466 Randolph, 334 Rattlesnake, 135, 151 Raymond, W. 0., 223 Read, G. F., 139 Rebecca, 96 Rede, Commissioner, 361 Reeves, John, 223, 224 Reform of Upper House, 406, 430, 442, 473, 475, 480 Regan, Ballarat pioneer, 306 Religious riots, 282 Rents, extravagant, 326 Responsible government, 376 Reward for gold discovery, 306 Richardson, Richard, 476, Richardson river, 89 Richmond, 273 Ricketts, 157 Riddell, J. C., 440 Rignold, George, 519 Riley, James, 2.17 Rintel, Mr. Moses, 581 Riots, 450 Ristori, Madame, 519 Roadknight, 144 Robbins, Charles, 47 Robertson, John, 451 Robertson, Wm., 122, 128 Robinson, George A., 239 Roebuck, 5 Rolfe, George, 458 Rowe, Professor, 390 Royal George, 186, 334 Royal Society, 390, 536 Rucker, W. F. A., 159, r65 Ruffy, Brothers, 219 Rusden, G. W., 233 Russell, Andrew, 194, 301 Russell, George, 131, 139, 158 Russell, Lord John, 187, 276, 290 Russell, Robert, 135, 142, 152 Rutherford, George, 228 Rutledge, Wm., 271, 293 Sale district, 214 Salsette, 188, 191 Saltwater river, 50,109 explored by Batman, 99 Sams, W. G., 96, 122 Sandhurst, 345, 352 in r86r, 410 Sandhurst railway, 385 Sandridge, 572 Sarah Sands, 269 Sargood, F. T., , 469, 485, Savage and Dana, 226 Scab among sheep, 264 Schanck, Capt., 31 Schofield, Rev. Mr., 58r Schools of Mines, 531 Schoolmasters, first in Melbourne, 521 Science in Victoria, 532 Scobie, murder of, 361 Scotch College, 390, 530 Scots' Church, 578, 580, Scott, Wm., 224 Sea Horse, 193 Sealers at Portland Bay, 80 on Phillip Island, 70 character of, 230 Selection, free, 446, 451 Selwyn, A. C., 221, 536 Senate of University, 529 Separation of Port Phillip, 276, 278, 285, 287, 292 Service, James, 382, 415, 423, 425, 449, 459, 473, 476, 485, 487 Settlement, progress of, 207 Shark bay, 5 Sharp, Wm., 139 Sheep-shearing, first in Victoria, 14.1 Sherratt, Charles, 227 Shillinglaw, J. J., 47, 179 Siede, Julius, 509 Sievewright, C. E. W., 239 Simonsen, Martin, 509 Simpson, James, 122, 126, 133, r37, 141, 178, 293 Simson, H. N., 227 Sinclair, John, 122, 128 Sing a j5ore, 221 Sketcher, 496 Sladden, Lieut., 63 Sladen, Charles, 415, 424, 433, 441, 473 Sly-grog shops, 314 Smith, A. K., 536 Smith, G. P., 422 Smith, G. V., 421 Smith, James, 502, 577 Smith, John Thomas, 293, 382, 512 Smith, L. L., 415, 419 Smith, Murray, 425, 434, 441 Smith, W. C., 460, 467, 476, 488 Snodgrass, Peter, 158, 245, 293 Societies, first in Melbourne, 199 Sofala, 300 Solomon, 122, 126, 141 Sorrento, 57 South Melbourne, 571 Specimen gully, 316 Speculation in Melbourne, 170 Spensley, Howard, 458 Splatt and Pynsent, 227 Spring creek, 340 Squatters' licenses, 259, 261 Squatting life, 139, 206, 263 properties, 358 St. Francis' Church, 581 St. Kilda, 273, 56r St. James's Church, 580 St. Patrick's Cathedral, 583 St. Patrick's College, 390, 530 St. Paul's Cathedral, 584 St. Peter's Church 580 Staehle, Rev. J. H., 252 Standard, 492 Stanley, Lord, 277, 279, 285 Stay, Ballarat, 496 State-aid to religion, 587

17 594 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS AST AND PRESENT Stawell, town, 410 Stawell, Wm. Foster, 200, 293, 328, 363, 373, 377, 380, 443, 466 Stead, 121, 131 Steam communication with England, 269 Steamer, first built in Melbourne, 202 Steele, Thomas, 224 Steiglitz, 121, 131 Stephen, James Wilberforce,. 525 Stephen, Sir George; 446 Stewart, Andrew, 228 Stewart, George, 134 Stobbs, Rev. J., 586 Strachan, 142, 155 Strebinger, Herr, 507 Streets of Melbourne, condition, 193 laid out, 152 Stock, first landed in Victoria, 120 Stokes, Capt., ' '?4 Stonewalling, 466 Strode, Thomas, 167, 197 Strong, Rev.. Charles,.587 Strzelecki, Count, 217, 295 Sturt, Capt,, 73, 78, 197 Sturt, E. P. 5., 363 Stutchbury, S., 298 Sullivan, Barry, 5i6 Summerhill creek, 297 Summers, Chas., 403, 502 Summers, Joseph, 509 Surface-mining abandoned, 406 Sutherland, Joseph, 138, 139, 155 Sutherland, Robert, 138 Swan bay, 41 Swanston, Capt., 122, 126, 128, 137, 156 Sweetman, Rev. Mr., 58i Syme, Ebenezer, 447, 494 Syme, David, 447 " Tacking" Bills, Talbot, , 433 Tambo, 212 Tariff Bill, 426 Tarnagulla, 332 T arra, Charlie, 219, 221 Tarra river, 221 Tasman, 3 Taxation, incidence of, 456 Taylor, J. S., 223 Telegraphs begun, 384 Testar, Mrs., 507 Theatre Royal, 514, 518 Theatre in Melbourne, 511 Therry, justice, , Victoria, Lake, 214 Victoria, name given, 287 Vineyards, 452 Violinists in Victoria, 5io Vlaming, 6 Volunteer force, 461 Thistle, 8i Wages in Victoria, 385, 411 Thomas, William, 239 Wakefield, E. G., 103 Thomas, Capt., 365, 368 Walker, Fred., 402 Thorpe, Abel, 227 Walker, Thomas, 280 Thompson, Deas, 298 Walker, W. F., 487 Thompson, Rev. A. C., 580 Walsh, J. J., 446, 450 Thomson, Alfred Taddy, 503 Walsh, Robt., 458 Thomson, Dr. A., 124, 132, 139, Wannon river, 90 i56,,58, 236, 280, 334 Waranga, 351 Thomson, Rev. A., 577 Thomson, W. K., 419 Thornton, Bishop, 583 Times, 492 Toorak, 147, 381, 563 Torres, 2 Town clock, 203 riot at, 352 Wardens of goldfields, Ware, Warrnambool, 224, 271 Wavrnancbool Examiner, 271 Waterfield, Rev, Mr., 578, 584 Watson, W., 157, 224 Townsend, surveyor, 223 Webbe, R. S., Trades' Hall, 443 Webster, Capt.; 224, 260 Transportation for a time des- Wedderburn, 341 continued, i86 Wedge, Charles, 156, 226, 234 Treasury, 542 Wedge, J. H., 103; 105, III, Trench, R. le Poer, 460, 467, i i 8, 119, 122, 126, 141, 470 i6, 243 Trial of Ballarat insurgents, Weekly Times, Trinity College, 531 Troops, withdrawal of, 461 Tuckey, Lieut., 55, 58 Tuckfield, Rev, Mr., 237 Tulloh, Thomas, 226 Tucker, A. L., 485 Turon river, 300 Tyers, Lake, 252 Wellington, Lake, 214, 222 Wellington, Mt., 214 Werribee, 107, 109 discovered,,52 Wesleyan activity, 585 Wesleyan Church, 579 Wesley Church, 586 Wesley College, 530 West, Rev. John, 334 Westall, artist, 45, 115, 219 Western Port, 35, 69, University of Melbourne, 387, , 573 Westgarth, Wm., 292, 293, 3 I, 328, 334, 366, 501 Vale, W. M. K., 419, 458, 476 Wetherall, Capt., 70 Valiant, Lieut.-Colonel, 318, Whaling at Portland Bay, White, Colonel, 148 Van Diemen, 3 White, E. J., 537 Vancouver, 9 White, George, 138 Van den Houten, H. L., 504 White, John, 504 Vansittart, 130 White-horse lead, 407 Verdon, G. F., 405, 415, 417, Whyte Bros., 144, 226, , 422, 434, 447, 462 Wickham, 14 Vern, Fred., 364, 368, 373 Wilson Bros,, 227 Veto, Royal, 337 Wilson, Edward, 493, 534, 536 Wilson, J B:;. 530, 534 Wilson, Prof., 390, 529, 536 Wilson, Rev. J. W., 580 Wilson's Promontory, II William, Mt., 88 Williams, Edward E., 200 Williams, H. R., 476 Williamson, James, 287 Williamson, J. C., 519 Williamstown, 152, 153, 163, 273, 572 site of, io8 first church in, 581 Willis, 155, 158 Willis, Judge, 200 Wills, Wm. John, 39, death of, 4oi Willoughby, Howard, 496 Wimmera, 89, 227, 228 Windsor, A L., 496 Winter, Samuel, 226, 233 Winter, Thomas, 141 Wise, Capt., 368 Wise, Charles, i,5, 119 Withers, W. B., 501 Wood, J. D., 416, 423 Woods, John, 460, 467 Woods, Rev. J. E. Tenison, 501, 536. Woodend, 345 Woodruff, Capt., 53 Worship, first public, 133 Wright, 392 Wright, Capt., 70 Wright and Montgomery, 224 Wright, Commissioner, 352, 366, 371 Wright, Thomas, 504 Wrixon, H. J., 456, 458, 501, 536 Wyselaskie, J. D., 224 Yackandandah, 340 Yaldwyn, 150 Yan Yean, 383 Yarra, ii6 discovered, 50 seen by Batman, 98 named, III You Yangs. 44, 69, 98 Young, Charles, 480, 512 Yuille, Zaachen, 3 Zoological Gardens, 535, 573 i i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfIIIIIIIInII VIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIII Ullllllllllllllll (Illullllllll MCCARRON, BIRD & Co., PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS,,' Record Chambers," Collins Street West, MELBOURNE.

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19 IMP''' IIV'''iIII' Illli' II II''11 '' IIIi'''gU V'" III,'"IIIJII!I' III'''' I I! yip'''iilp,.ilpi'''gii I IIIu,gjI ji III'!II III! 'ii!i '' III,, ii!i!!ip''' III''' III'IIP' iljdiip"9i "qu!i ^ CONTENTS of VOL. II. IIi.allh.allll, dlp.ally'aiiv. dpi,i116.a1117 dllli. dlp.'ill6..ailli.,dl6.allll. Illi.aila. itlh'.,il li. illh'. illlb. illli. illli'.,i116. I dlh' Ills. dlli'.,tll I.al IIi,allli.,illP'. d I li..l Ili'.,tl Ili. illli', tllli.al IP,al Ih.allll,, illli.,d rsll V 'V l'/ ti-vyv'vu I.-tae urbe of Victoria. By R. L. J. ELLERY, F.R.S., F.R.A.S., Governmeirt Astronomer of Victoria - I II -Englneerlllg ` lorh8 of Victoria, By W. C. KERNOT, C. E,, Professor of Engineering, Melbourne University III.-tbe Coton of Victoria. With Divisional Mat. By R. P. WHITWORTH, WESTERN DISTRICT, SEABOARD DIVISION - PAGE 9 29 IV.-THE WESTERN No. 2, or HAMILTON DISTRICT V.-THE SOUTH-WESTERN DISTRICT - - VI.-THE WIMMERA DISTRICT, EASTERN DIVISION VII.---,, WESTERN DIVISION VIII.--THE GEELONG DISTRICT IX.-THE BALLARAT DISTRICT, BAL,LARAT DIVISION ;; WESTERN DIVISION EASTERN DIVISION X.-THE AVOCA DISTRICT- - XI.-THE COLIBAN DISTRICT, EASTERN DIVISION , 139, , WESTERN DIVISION 236 ;; XII.-THE CAMPASPE Or BENDIGO DISTRICT - - XIII.-THE LODDON DISTRICT - - XIV.-THE LOWER GOULBURN DISTRICT XV.-THE UPPER GOULBURN DISTRICT - XVI,-THE OVENS Or NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT - XVI I. -THE GIPPSLAND DISTRICT, EASTERN DIVISION-,, ;; WESTERN DIVISION XVJIL-THE MORNINGTON or WESTENPORT DISTRICT - XIX.---THE UPPER YARRA Or EVELYN DIST1RICT XX,-THE BOURKE DISTRICT

20 x VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS. PAST AND PRESENT XXI.-THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT - Division I. Its Residents ; A Gallery of Portraits and Sketches - Division 2. Its Financial Institutions Division 3. Its Merchants, Auctioneers, Agents, etc Division 4. Its Manufacturers and Artisans Division 5. Its Constructors and Builders - - Division 6. Its Providers and Distributors - Division 7. The Outlying Suburbs of Melbourne SUPPLEMENTARY MEMOIRS j9 XXII.-1RemarE on the tctorian Jftora.. By BARON FERD. VON MUELLER, K.C.M.G., M. & Ph.D., F.R.S., &c., PAGE 44' Government Botanist XXIIL-- 1Rotes on the Jfauna of tustratia. By ALBERT A. C. LE SOUEF, Director of the Zoological Gardens, Melbourne XXIV.--tbe fll eaicat 1lrotc ion in Uictoria By JAMES EDWARD NEILD, M. D XXV.- 1j3aiThing ana jfinance. By HENRY GYLES TURNER, General Manager Commercial Bank of Australia Limited ibiogt'apbicat nee

21 TRIGONOMETRICAL STATION ON MOUNT TANJIL, GIPPSLAND, I. Abe %utve ot 1iMctoria. surveyors. N 1836, when the Port Phillip District of New South Wales had so grown into importance by increasing settlement, as to require the machinery of a local Government, we find among the first appointments recommended to the Secretary of State by the Government of New South Wales, the names of R. Russell, F. W. Darcy, and W. Darke, assistant The first duty of these officers was the survey of a site for a township on the banks of the River Yarra, where considerable settlement had already taken place, and in 1837 this site was subdivided and streets laid out by Mr. R. Hoddle, a surveyor from Sydney. The land selected for the town was included in the block of rather more than a square mile now bounded by Spencer, Flinders, Spring, and Lonsdale streets. Each block was originally marked out to contain ten square chains, but they were afterwards divided-first, by the formation of a right-of'-way through the centre of each block parallel with Flinders, Collins, and Bourke streets, and secondly, by dividing each of these half blocks into allotments -fronting these streets. The "rights-ofway" referred to were to give back access to every allotment; or, as Governor Bourke said, " to give the owners a zzeans of getting their cows in and out of their back yards." These lanes originally intended for so modest and convenient a purpose have eventually become, perhaps the most important business streets in Melbourne. The survey of Melbourne was made by aid of the circumferenter, an old form of surveying instrument, with which all lines were laid out by compass bearings, and Spencer, Elizabeth, Swanston, Russell, and Spring streets were aligned in the direction of 2O west of magnetic north, while Flinders, Collins, Bourke, and Lonsdale streets were at right angles, or eon north of east, Vol. II. 13

22 79 THE LATE MR. THOMAS AUSTIN. MRS. THOMAS AUSTIN. Austin, Thomas, Winchelsea (deceased). This gentleman, whose memory is yet kept green as being so intimately identified with the very highest order of horse and other stock breeding in Victoria, and the name of whose estate, "Barwon Park," was almost a synonym for "nothing but good," came out from Great Britain to Tasmania, about the year 1835, with his parents and four brothers and a sister. His father however, disliking or being disappointed with that colony, soon afterwards returned to England, and his mother followed, after waiting for a time to witness the marriage of her daughter to the late Mr. Joseph Mack, of Berry Bank. NIr. T. Austin, in company with his brother James (now of Glastonbury Abbey, Somersetshire, England), left Tasmania in 1839, and proceeded to Victoria with a number of sheep, their intention being to take up land in the then comparatively little known territory of Port Phillip. They directed their steps towards the pastoral country lying to the westward of Geelong, and selected a tract of country on the east bank of the Barwon River, near what is now the flourishing township of Winchelsea. This place they called Barwon Park, and this was the nucleus of the magnificent estate, one of the finest in that part of the country, which is now known by the same name, and which still remains in the possession of the family. Mr. Austin did much, not only to improve and render valuable his own property; he was an ardent admirer of well-bred stock, and made his mark in the colony, and at the same time added to the general weal, by his importation of valuable horses and Lincoln sheep, which latter he was the first to introduce into Victoria. He also brought out partridges, pheasants, hares, and other game for acclimatisation in the land of his adoption. He built a large and handsome mansion on his estate, with commodious stabling and other necessary appurtenances for the splendid breeds of blood horses which it was his pleasure to rear, and whose fame yet dwells in the fond memory of sportsmen. During the visit of the Duke of Edinburgh to Australia, Mr. Austin was thrice honoured by having His Royal Highness as a guest at his house, nor is it too much to say that a visit to Barwon Park was, under the auspices of its hospitable owner, always looked upon with pleasure by the best people in the country. Mr. Austin made two trips to England. He married on the 14th August, 1845, Miss Elizabeth Phillip Harding, daughter of Mr. Robert Harding, of Somersetshire, England, and died 15th December, He had a family of eleven children, eight of whom, four sons and four daughters, are living. Austin, Mrs, Thomas, Winchelsea, was born at Middle Chinnoek, Somersetshire, England, on the 14th August, This lady was the daughter of Mr. Robert Harding, and granddaughter of Mr. James Harding, of Henly Grove, Somersetshire. On her twentieth birthday she left England for Victoria (where she arrived in due course), with her eldest brother, Mr. William Harding, with whom she lived at Vlurdeduke until her marriage on the 14th August, 1845, with the late Mr. Thomas Austin, of Barwon Park, Winchelsea. Mr. Harding brought out with him two men servants to the colony, and his sister, Miss Harding (who was the only lady saloon passenger by the vessel the Ward Chapman), and a maid servant. At the time of her arrival in Victoria, and especially in the part of it where she was located, everything was in a most primitive state. So numerous were the snakes in the vicinity, that no lady ventured to walk out without being armed with a stick for the purpose of self-defence, and, as a matter of fact, many of those noxious reptiles were destroyed in that way. Mrs. Austin resided for many years with her husband on his fine estate, Barwon Park, until his death on the 15th December, She is the mother of eleven children, eight of whom, four sons and four daughters, still survive, and all of whom are married, and have families. But it is, perhaps, not so much as the widow of Mr. Austin that this estimable lady is best known to the public. Her name, it may be said, is crowned with a still higher honour, namely, that of being a benefactor to the poor and suffering in their sore need. Few, indeed, are there throughout the length and breadth of Australia who have not heard of that inestimable institution, the Austin Hospital for Incurables, and who do not revere the name of the generous and single-minded woman who was its founder, and whose gracious name it bears. This admirable hospital came about thus;-an old servant having been dismissed from the Geelong Hospital as incurable, it entered the mind of Mrs. Austin that Christian charity demanded that some provision should be made for such, saddest of all unfortunates. To see the need was, with her, to supply it, and in July, 1881, the Marquis of Normanby, then Governor of Victoria, laid the foundation-stone of the Austin Hospital for Incurables, at Heidelberg. The work went rapidly on, and on 14th August, 1882, the institution was opened by Fir. C. J. Ham, Mayor of Melbourne, and it now stands a handsome structure, and a lasting memorial of the benevolence of the lady to whom it owes its existence. But this one institution does not exhaust the benefactions of Mrs. Austin. She has built reading-rooms in Chilwell and Geelong, which were opened by the late Sir C. Sladen. She also gave the sum of j80o towards the Servants' Training Institute, Yarra Park. She has built, at her own expense, twelve cottages for the poor of Geelong and Winchelsea, in South Geelong; and four cottages of larger size for the educated poor, with a lame hall, &c,, and tower, to be called the "Victoria Tower," on account of its being erected in the Jubilee year. In such wise, Mrs. Austin has nobly fulfilled her share of those "duties " which, no less than its privileges, are assumed to be an attribute of wea lt h.

23 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AN]) PRESENT Anderson, Henry, Ballarat, was one of the original party who, in company with Mr. T. L. Learmonth and others, explored the country north-west= ward from the shores of Corio Bay to Mount Buninyong, and afterwards along the Loddon Valley, He was the earliest pioneer of what is now known as Winter's Flat, planting his homestead near the delta formed by the cons fluence of the Woolshed creek and the Yarrowee river. The Bonshaw run was taken up by Mr. Anderson, who gave it the name of Waverly Park, and Mr. John Winter coming into possession afterwards gave it the present name after his wife's home in Scotland, Cairns, Rev. Thomas Robinson, Ballarat, is a native of the North of Ireland, having been born near Comber in county Down; he received his primary education from the Rev, John Orr, of Comber, and was afterwards a pupil of the Royal Academical Institution, Belfast, prior to his entering the Queen's University as a matriculated student; he was a prizeman in mathematics, and took the honour course in science; having comb pleted his course at the University he became a student of theology at the Assembly's College, Belfast, and after receiving license he was chosen by his fellow students as a missionary to labour in Connaught, where he remained a little over a year; he was ordained to the pastoral charge of the congregation of Moy, county Tyrone, in August, In September, 5879, he accepted an appointment to New Zealand in connection with the colonial committee of the Assembly, and arriving in that colony on the last Sabbath in December he was invited to preach at Sydenham, a new congregation, on the first Sabbath of 588o. A call was made out at once, and on his accepting it he was inducted on 25th March, s88o. In February 5886 he was unanimously chosen moderator of the General Assembly, which met that year in Auck- Iand, In November o the same year he attended the meeting of the Victorian Assembly as deputy from New Zealand, and having been invited to preach at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Ballarat, vacant through the death of the Rev, William Henderson, he received an unanimous call, and was inducted into the charge on zoth April, Cathcart, James Balfour, Ballarat, was born in London, and came out to Melbourne in September For several years he was engaged in mining pursuits, prospecting, digging, and otherwise, in different parts of Victoria and New Zealand, but has been for the past twenty years on the staff of water supply commissioners, Ballarat, to which body he now occupies the position of secretary and treasurer. His private residence is in Webster- street, Christy, David, Ballarat, was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 5830, and came to Melbourne by the s,s, Greet Britaiis, 55th December 5852, He commenced digging at Fryers Creek, and soon afterwards went witl5 a party of nearly forty to the Ovens, but in consequence of sickness being prevalent they returned to Melbourne. On the return journey they had charge of half a ton of gold obtained by four Adelaide miners, and concealed in four bags of dour to avert suspicion. On the way down their camp was stuck up by the notorious bushranger. Black Douglas and his gang, all armed to the teeth and mounted on splendid horses. They made a thorough search, but fortunately did not discover the treasure, Reaching Melbourne, Mr. Christy opened a wholesale store in Flinders-lane at a cost of 89oo for buildings only. He also started other branches on the goldfields, all of which proved a loss. Mr. Christy and his partner opened the passenger trade between Geelong and Melbourne with the Breadalbane, averaging 55o per trip of tsvo days, which was celebrated by a grand banquet and ball at Mack's hotel, Geelong. He (Mr. C.) also held a share in the s.s. Queen, plying between Melbourne, Belfast (Port Fairy), and Warrnambool. With his partner he erected the George Hotel, Victoria -parade, and ten iron cottages, Mr. Christy attributes his non -success to having too many irons in the fire at one time. He next went to Blackwood at its opening and did fairlywell, thento Kangaroo Reef (Kyneton), Sandhurst, and eventually to Ballarat, where he invested a large sum of money in speculation and lost it. After that he obtained an assistant clerkship with the late Mr. Thomas Cowan, afterwards with Ir. Davidson, surveyor, and was then seven years under Mr, Harrie Wood, afterwards Under-Secretary for Mines in New South Wales. Since that gentleman's leaving Ballarat, Mr. Christy has had charge of the head once of the mining district, which is conducted by himself, his son, and two assistants. Mr. Christy is also electoral registrar for the Ballarat proper and Western -road divisions. Fitzgerald, James John, J.P., Ballarat, born in 5846 at Borrisonbigh, Tipperary, Ireland, where his father was a solicitor, came to Melbourne in 5867, and after managing a general store in Eaglehawk, Bendigo, went, in 5869, to Ballarat, and in conjunction with his brother Edward originated the firm of Fitzgerald Bros., Ballarat, North Melbourne, and Aldermanbury, London, E.C., a business which has so increased that in Victoria alone it turns over soo,ooo per annum and has upwards of 400 emjlovcs. In 5877 Mr. Fitzgerald was raised to the magistracy, being the youngest magistrate appointed up to that time in the country. For the last twenty years nearly Mr. Fitzgerald has been connected with all the charitable and benevolent institutions in Ballarat, having been president and vice-president both of the Ballarat hospital and the Ballarat benevolent asylum, and being still on the committees of these institutions, as well as on that of the orphan asylum ; in short he is very closely connected with all the social and philanthropic movements in Ballarat. At his picturesque residence, Elismore, on Lake Wendouree, he dispenses a lavish hospitality, visitors to Ballarat being always welcomed there. Mr. Fitzgerald married the daughter of. D. Brophy, Esq., late M.L.A., by whom lie has an infant son named James John Farrell Fitzgerald, Gaunt, William Henry, J.P,, Ballarat, entered the Gold Fields Department of the colony of Victoria on 5th July 5853, and was placed in charge 26tH July 5555; he was appointed warden of goldfields December 5855, and police magistrate for the colony loth June 5857, and held the offices of Chinese protector and commissioner of Crown lands prior to their abolition. While stationed on the border he was a stipendiary and police magistrate for New South Wales, and has served on all the goldfields of Victoria; from 5869 he was in charge as police magistrate, resident warden, coroner and visiting justice of H,Id, gaol in the Ballarat district, but on "Black Wednesday" 5878, Mr. Gaunt, in common with the county court judges and all his colleagues, was summarily dismissed, and he since has practised his profession as barrister-at-law, Mr. Gaunt is a justice of the peace for Victoria and New South Wales; his private residence is in Upper Sturt-street. Ham, Hon. David, 1VI.L.C., J.P., Ballarat, was born 4th November, 5830, at Launcelle, Cornwall, England, and arrived in Melbourne 24th July 5849, On his arrival he took charge of a grocery establishment and of the supply of the wool ships trading with Geelong with provisions; he was a farmer at Indented Heads at the time of Black Thursday (5th February, 5855), and afterwards removed to Buninyong, and was present at the opening up of the Buninyong and Ballarat goldfields in He was also at Castlemaine, and has been engaged in mining speculations and in farming and squatting pursuits for many years, Mr. Ham is interested in most of the charities and public institutions and movements of Ballarat city and town; he was appointed a justice of the peace for the southern bailiwick in 2874, and was elected a member of the Legislative Council, representing the Wellington Province, 1st July, e8862 Hickson, Thomas J,, Ballarat, was born in 5866 on the Hokitiki gold fields, West Coast, New Zealand, where his father, Mr, James Hickson, police serjeant-now inspector in Otago-was instrumental in suppressing crime in the form of sticking up gold escorts, burglary, bushranging, and even murder, and was awarded great credit for his smart capture of many notorious and desperate characters, After a few years on the West Coast he was transferred to Christchurch, and subsequently promoted to the inspectorship of the Clyde or Dunstan district, a mining locality in Otago, on the Molyneux river. Here his son Mr> Thomas J. Hickson, entered the Colonial Bank, and after two years' service there resigned, and went to a solicitor's office in Christchurch ; he afterwards came to Victoria, and was appointed to the responsible position he now holds, namely, that of accountant in the well-known firm of Mr, George Munro, which firm, since the decease of their father, is carried on bythe sons. (See MuNRo, GEORGE, Alfredton, Ballarat.) Mr. Hickson enjoys the reputation of being an expert at cricket, and a good oarsman, and as he is fond of these manly sports, is a prominent member of the Ballarat clubs. Hunt, Rev. William, Ballarat, was born at Corsham, Wiltshire, England, 22nd February 5844, and arrived in Melbourne by the ship Glendower, s3th December, 586y. The Rev, Mr, Hunt, minister of the Primitive Methodist Connexion, eras appointed by the conference to Creswick, where he laboured in the ministry three years and four months, during which time the membership increased fifty per cent., and four new churches were erected. The following three years he was engaged in theq Melbourne first circuit, and after that, from April 5877 to April 5879, in Ballarat district. For the next three years lie was located in Geelong, and in 5882 was invited to return to Melbourne first circuit, where, after a brief trip to England, he spent four years. The North Carlton and South Melbourne churches were built during that time, and the membership nearly doubled. In 5886 he was again invited to Ballarat, where he is now stationed. The rev, gentleman has held the highest office in the church, having been elected president of the annual assembly of 5877, and has been twice secretary of the Victorian conference. He is now treasurer of the Widows and Orphans' fund, one of the district examiners, and one of the editors of the Sword cud Shield newspaper, He is also a vice-president of the Victorian Alliance, of the Ballarat Gospel Temperance Union, of the Ballarat Y.M,C.A., and local hon. secretary of the Evangelical Alliance, Little, William, J.P,, Ballarat, was born in Cumberland in 5839, and arrived in the colony on Christmas Eve 5855, landing at Corio Bay, At fourteen years of age he was employed as messenger in the Geelong Custom House, and after acting as clerk at several other places in Geelong, he took a confidential position in the office of Mr. James Oddie, Ballarat, where he remained for twenty-one years, having a share in the business for a part of the time, Mr. Little did not, in his youthful days, have the advantage of a

24 THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT: ITS RESIDENTS. 533 over the Werribee, and ultimately reached Geelong, and took up his residence at Kardia (Early Dawn). His station then was almost limitless; he felt he "was monarch of all he surveyed," but population rapidly increased from Tasmania. The settlement" had been named Melbourne, and town lots were sold in Geelong. Dr. Thomson was chosen one of the first representatives for Victoria in the New South Wales Government, and went to Sydney during the sittings of Parliaments. He was the first mayor of Geelong, and subsequently held the office for five successive years. He and Mrs. Thomson went to England in the Chosen in 1854; he to interview Lord J. Russell in reference to the separation of Victoria from New South Wales. On arrival in London he found Lord J. Russell had gone to Vienna. Nothing daunted, he followed, crossed Mt. Blanc by the "Simplon Road," hurried on, and found Lord J. Russell still in Vienna. It is a matter of history that separation was granted on 18th July. Dr. Thomson represented Geelong in the Victorian Parliament for many years. The whole of his life was devoted to the development and welfare of his adopted country, its advancement seemed to lie nearest his heart. Such men as he never grow rich, they make it easy for others to do so; and subsequent generations must look back with gratitude and pride on such men, who put their lives in their hands, undertook unseen and unknown dangers in a land that was then really terra incognita, and by their indomitable energy and perseverance have bravely done their part in making this colony what it is. Dr. Thomson rested from his labours in January 1866, and his brave devoted partner did not long survive him. Their only child, Mrs. H. Creswick, of " The Hawthornes," Hawthorn, is now the oldest inhabitant. Thomson, G., L.D.S.E., Melbourne, is a native of Victoria, and was articled to a dentist of Collinsstreet. In 188o he went to London, and attended the dental hospital there, and the Middlesex hospital. In 1883 he returned to Melbourne, and commenced the practice of his profession. In 1885 he formed a partnership which was dissolved nine months later, since which time he has practised on his own account at 119 Collins-street east and after at 169 Collins-street. Mr. Thomson is honorary dental surgeon to the Melbourne hospital, was secretary of the Odontological Society of Victoria for the first four years of its history, and is a member of the Dental Board of Victoria. His father, the late Mr. Thornhill, was manager of the Thornhill Mine, Muckleford, and met his death through the breaking of the windlass rope. The estate was divided amongst the family. Mr. G. K. Thornhill married the fourth daughter of Mr. William Blyth, High-street, Armadale, and took up his residence three years ago at Oakleigh, where he now lives privately. Terry and Oakden (since changed to Oakden, Addison and Kemp), Melbourne. This firm of architects and surveyors, carrying on business at St. James' Buildings, William-street, consists of Messrs. Percy Oakden, G. H. M. Addison, and Mr. Terry. The late M. Leonard Terry came to Victoria in 5853, and, six months later, took charge of the architectural branch of a business, in which, in 5855, he acquired the sole interest, and which he retained alone until During that time he designed and carried out Sands and M`Dougall' s premises in Collins-street west, the Victoria Sugar Works at Sandridge (since burned down), the London Chartered Bank, Collins-street, and branch banks in almost every country town and suburbs, the five principal banks-ballarat, branches of the National Bank of Australasia, the Bank of New South Wales, and the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, in various suburbs, and numerous other prominent buildings in town and country. He held the position of diocesan architect until the time of his death in 5884, and superintended the erection of, and in many cases designed, the buildings erected on St. James' Church lands, besides many churches and collegiate buildings, amongst which are Trinity Church, Williamstown, and the principal's house at Trinity College. It was in 5874 that Mr. Percy Oakden joined the late Mr. Terry, and the firm assumed the above style. Mr. Oakden was horn in Tasmania, and learned his profession, first under Mr. Henry Hunter, of Hobart, and then under the late Sir Digby Wyatt, in London, from which he returned to Australia in He is an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects, and is the holder of the first Donaldson silver medal, which he won at the architectural classes of University College, London. Previous to his joining Mr. Terry, he carried out the Ballarat town hall, Clunes town hall, the Congregational Church at Victoria Parade, Wesleyan Church, Brunswick, and many other edifices. He takes a deep interest in all church and educational matters, is one of the Life-Governors of the Melbourne Children's Hospital, and is hono rary director of architectural classes at the Working Men's College. The firm has a branch in Brisbane, which is under the charge of Mr. G. H. M. Addison. Thorne, Cain, Dandenong, a This gentleman, a student of the Royal native of Hackney, London, followed Academy, London, joined the firm in the calling of market gardening up 5885, and is at present superintending to the time of his coming to Victoria the carrying out of works in Brisbane, in He first worked for Mr. Perth and other places outside Victoria. Mr. M. Terry, a son of the late Dobson, of the Albion Hotel, Bourke-street, and then carted earth head of the firm, which he joined in off Cole's wharf, when the land 5880, was born in Melbourne, and thereabouts was in its natural state ; studied his profession under Mr. A. C. PERCY OAKDEN, ESQ. and next he took to clearing land, Allan, of the Lands department, and and started gardening. Then hc subsequently in New South Wales. went to the Grampians in the Wimmera district, but was obliged The survey department is under his charge, and he holds surveyor 's certificates to quit on account of the hostility of the blacks. He walked back to for both colonies. The firm under the survey branch has laid out some of the Melbourne, a distance of zoo miles, through mostly wild bush country, and, largest and most important suburban and country estates which have been subdivided during the last few years-the townships and estates of Langwarren, the diggings breaking out at that time, proceeded to Mount Alexander (Castlemaine) and other rushes. Coming back to Melbourne he took up St. Albans, Glenroy, a large portion of the Surrey Hills estate, and others. land at East Brighton and resumed market gardening, and also entered Amongst the principal buildings carried out by the firm are the City of Melbourne Bank, New Zealand Insurance Company's offices, Victorian Estate into land speculation. He has now given up active business, and lives privately at Dandenong. Company's offices, Working Men's College (in conjunction with Mr. Nahum Thorne, William John, Brunswick, is a native of the colonies, born Barnet), Queen's College, Melbourne University, Allan and Co.'s music warehouse, Carson's buildings, Fire Brigade station, the Wesleyan Churches at in Ballarat in 1854, being a son of Mr. Thomas Thorne, contractor, with whom he was for many years learning the business of a builder and contractor. In 1885, having gained considerable practical experience, he Barnabas' Church, South Melbourne, &c., &c. As diocesan architects the Toorak, Ballarat, and Brunswick ; St. Matthew's Church, Prahran ; St. started as an architect in Brunswick. Among the many buildings he has firm superintended the erection of the first portion of St. Paul 's Cathedral, erected may be named the Phoenix Hotel, some large two and three story Swanston -street. In 5887 the style was altered from Terry and Oakden to shops in Sydney-road, shops and dwellings in Carbon, private residences Oakden, Addison and Kemp, consequent upon the addition of Mr. Henry H. in South Yarra, and numerous villa residences throughout the suburbs. Kemp, G.R.I.B.A., late of London, to the firm. Mr. Kemp received his His offices are in Sydney-road. Brunswick, Union-road, Surrey Hills, and professional training in England, having studied and practised in London and Sydney-road, Moreland. Manchester, as well as on the continent of Europe for upwards of ten years. Thornhill, George King, Oakleigh, was born in South Australia, near He was a student of the Royal Academy, Travelling Student and Medallist of Gawler, and apprenticed to the pictureframe making trade. After serving the London Architectural Association, and is a graduate of the Royal Institute his time he took the management of his father's estate at Malvern, Victoria. of British Architects, besides having obtained many prizes from the Science and

25 THE START FOR THE MELBOURNE CUP OF (After the original painting by Mr. Fred. Woodhouse, sear,, in the possession of Mr. F. W. Fred, of Tooreok.) Flemington Racecourse, Thursday, November 13, Sweep of 20 sous. each, with zoo sous. added. Two miles. Value of Stake, 830 sous, Mr. E. DeMestre's b.h. Archer, 6 yrs., io St. 2 lb (Cutts) 2 Mr. E. Keighran's no. b.h. Mormon, aged, 9 St. 12 lb (Simpson) 2 Mr. J. Henderson's ns, b.c. Camden, 4 yrs., 8, St. 7 lb (Morrison) 3 The following also started :-Talleyrand, Flatcatcher, The Colonel, Moscow, Dauntless, Ebor, Susan, Toryboy, Paul Pry, Bray, Attila, Lady Constance, Cedric, Dandolo, Musidora, O.K., Ithuriel. A beautiful start was effected at the first attempt, and the whole twenty came along the course proper at a slashing pace. The Colonel and Dandolo slightly in advance as they came up the straight running, with Cedric, Camden, and Mormon just heading the ruck, Archer lying off in the rear, and next before him Lady Constance, who was at no time in the race. At the river side the field began to spread, and at a quarter of a mile past the river turn there was nearly a distance between Archer and the leading horses, who was kept in the background for nearly the whole of the first part of the journey. The Colonel carried on the running at a severe pace with Dandolo on his quarter to the old stand, by which tune Archer had passed Lady Constance and was rapidly gaining upon the cluster of horses behind the rear ruck. Before reaching the abattoirs The Colonel gave way and Dandolo also retired, leaving Mormon and Camden in possession of the lead, the young horse having slightly the advantage. At the gate turn Archer closed upon Mormon, and directly after passed Camden, who made a short effort to live with the favourite and dropped back beaten. Half-a-mile from home the race was over, Archer coming away from his toiling followers and winning with the greatest of ease by six lengths. Mormon beat Camden from the distance and finished second. Talleyrand fourth, Cedric, Toryboy, Attila, O.K., Ithuriel, Musidora, Ebor, Dandolo, Flatcatcher, Dauntless, Bray, and Lady Constance finishing in the order named. Time : 3 mm, a6 secs. 2111' allh ally allh allh, tlli',dlb,'li2 'dlb Gill' dllb dll' dllh, dlll' nbh 2111'' eiih,dlb a11h,d1h of h ahh app' 'Ifl' dllb allh ail6 ailh dll' h,,d11' n I. J ea. L - -.w. - f as. _ 'I,'III''UII''111''II'''i2" 92''!ID''lIi '911"IIP''1111''Ill!''911''II' 2''ll!"ill''1111"III!''ill,'1112''12''1111''112'' Ij''II'''9D' i2"!iii' gl,!''!ii Ill 1 a w. a vj Abbey, John, Footscray, 712 Abbott and Mack, Toorak, 510 Abbott, David, Melbourne, 510 Abbot's Excelsior Carriage Works, Windsor, 58q Abbott, W. South Yarra, 6z8 A`Beckett, l5on' T.T., Brighton, 457 Aberdeen, William, Castlemaine, 239 Aberline, Adam, Wangoom, 39 Abernethy, Wm., Collingwood, 726 Ackerman, Walter, Lockwood, 273 Ackers and Brook, Melbourne, 709 Acherson, Robert, Tongala, 292 Adams, Charles, Corop, 292 Adams, George H., Melbourne, 557 Adams, George, Kerang, 279 Adams, Henry, ilelbonrne, 628 Adams, John, Purnim, 39 Adams, John W., Wangoom, 39 Adams, Philip, Wodonga, 336 Adams, Reuben, T S. Melb., 589 Adams, Richard, Newham, 419 Adams, Thos., Melbourne, 709 Adams, Thos., N. Melbourne, 712 Adamson, Rev. S., Dunolly, 219 Adamson, Wm., and Co., Melb., 663 Addison, G. H. M., Melbourne, 533 Adelaide Marine and Fire Assurance Co., Melbourne, 541 Adkin, James, Baulkamaugh, 292 Adler, Johann, sour., Murtoa, 100 Admans, George, Queenscliff, 159 Affleck, John, J.P., Lorquon, 122 Agar, Thomas, Wyndham, 159 Ahearn, Thomas A., Epping, 419 Ahrens, Mrs, Mary, Milawa, 336 Aikrnan, James, Mortlake, 78 Ainslie, William, Stawell, zoo Ainsworth, John, Fern-Tree G., 4.75 Aitken, James, Bairnsdale, 36t Aitken, James, Epping, 419 Aitken, James, Mt. Arapiles, 122 Albion Iron Works, S. Melb., 589 Alcock, H. U., and Co., Melb., 590 Alcock, John, North Fitzroy, 6z8 Alcock, John, Wyndham, 159 Alcorn, William, Longwarry, 368 Aldred, Henry G., S. Melb., 701 Aldridge, A., Griffith's Point, 390 Alexander, Alfred, Horsham, 94 Alexander, Chas., Collingwood, 685 Alexander, Thos. B., St. Kilda, 457 Alexander, William, Koyuga, 292 Alger, Henry, Kerang, 279 Allan and Co., Melbourne, 585 Allan, C., jun., J.P., S. Brighton, 663 Allan, Josiah C., Cranbourne, 390 Allan, William, Oxley, 336 Allard, A. M., St. Kilda, 685 Allchin and Morrell, Ballarat, t8z Alldis, W. C., S. Melbourne, 685 Alice, John, Brighton, 457 Allen, David, Melbourne, 626 Allen, G. B., Mtis. B. Oxon., Mel., 457 Allen, Henry, Pelluebla, 292 Allen, James, Moranding, 239 Allen, J. 1V., Hawthorn, 6z8 Allen, Joseph, and Co., Ballarat, 194 Allen, Mrs. M., Sebastian, 269 Allen, Peter, Walhalla, 368 Allen, Richard, Narrewillock, 279 Allen, Robert, Kaniva, 123 Allen, Rev. William, Carlton, 459 Allen, William E., Creswick, 239 Allen, Wm, H,, Baulkamaugh, 292 Allen, William, Rosedale, 368 Allender, John, Ballarat, 18z Allingham, Mrs. John, Stawell, 200 Vol. IL ' Y Allingham, John J., Preston, 736 Allinson, John T., Warragul, 368 Allison, Alfred, Melbourne, 709 Allison, James, Lal Lal, m1 Allison, John, Richmond, 712 Allison, William, Dromana, 390 Allkins, Frederick R., St. Kilda, 590 Allman, Eugene, Seaton, 368 All Saints' Vineyard, Wgyh., Allsop, Thomas, Warragul S., 368 Alper, William, 'V. Melbourne, 685 Alston, Gilbert, Bulla, 419 Alston, Henry Wm,, Alexandra, 326 Altson, David, Melbourne, 59o Alves, Mrs. G., Maribyrnong, 736 Alway, Adolphus F., Malvern, 726 Alway, Robert, Malvern, to Alway, T. Amos, Malvern, 6z8 Ambery, Wm., Williamstown, 722 Ames, J. M., Collingwood, 726 Arness, James, N. Melbourne, 628 Amess, S., J.P., Melbourne, 6z8 Amiet, Alfred, Geelong, 15z Amoore, Chas. Grant, Hawthorn, 7t2 Amor, William, Kotupna, 292 Anders, Paul, Murtoa, too Andersen, Andrew, Newport, 628 Andersen, Peter, Poowong East, ago Anderson, Alex., Murchison, 292 Anderson and Sons, Carlton, 712 Anderson, Archibald, Newlyn, 239 Anderson, Charles D., Diapur, 123 Anderson, George, Wycheproof, 279 Anderson, Henry, Ballarat, 1fo Anderson, Hugh, Griffith's Pt., 390 Anderson, James, Dean, 239 Anderson, James M., Geelong, 15z Anderson, Jas. W., Lk. Rowan, 292 Anderson, James, Melbourne, 6z8 Anderson, Jas., Osborne's Flat, 337 Anderson, Jn., Broadmeadows, 419 Anderson, John, J.P., Burrereo, loo Anderson, John, Dooen, too Anderson, John NI., Melbourne, 590 Anderson, John T., Newham, 420 Anderson, John W., Port Fairy, 44 Anderson, John, J.P., Smeaton, 239 Anderson, John, Toolamba, 292 Anderson, Joseph, Rochford, 4 20 Anderson, Lt.-Col. C., Mincha, 279 Anderson, Mrs. M. S., Carlton, 5go Anderson, R., Bowman's Forest, 337 Anderson, Robert, Kinimakatka,123 Anderson, R. F., Tullamarine, 4 20 Anderson, S. J., Melbourne, 629 Anderson, Thos. J., Kyabram, 293 Anderson, Thos. Y., Melbourne, 590 Anderson, Thos., Prahran, 663 Anderson, Thomas, Tinamba, 368 Anderson, Walter, Prahran, 663 Anderson, W., and Sons, West Melbourne and Richmond, 590 Anderson, Wm., and Co., Melb., 590 Anderson, W., M.L.A., J.P., Dean, 236 Anderson, Wm. Shanks, Elmore, 269 Anderson, William, Hesket, 420 Anderson, William, Leichardt, 269 Anderson, William, Melbourne, 590 Anderson, Wm. P., Portland, 5z Anderson, William, M.L.A., J.P., Southern Cross, 459 Anderson, William, Toolamba, 293 Anderson, William, Yea, 326 Andrew, H. M., Melbourne, 459 Andrew, James, Whittlesea, 406 Andrew, W. B., Eltham, 406 Andrew, William J., Ballan, zmt Andrews, Albert, Beaufort, zqo

26 $o6 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS A ST AND.PRESENT Andrews, Frs. M., Hallam's Road, 3S o Andrews, James, Merrigum, 293 Andrews, Palmer and Co., Melb., 557 Andrews, Robert, Borung, 229 Andrews, William, Bellarine, 25j Andrews, Wm., Oakleigh, 736 Angwin, Justus, Daylesford, 239 Ankersen and Wall, St. Kilda, 722 Annand, George, Joyce's Creek, 258 Ansell, Francis, Woorak, 223 Aplin and Rothery, Fitzroy, 629 Applegate, Paul, Morwell, 368 Arbuckle, Joseph, S. Melbourne, 685 Archer, Arth. L., J.P., Murchison, 293 Archer Brothers, Ballarat, 283 Archibald '& Bateman, Wrn'inbl, 33 Ardern and Hall, Melbourne, 592 Ardlie, William, Warrnambool, 33 Argyle, Reginald I., Kyneton, 232 Arkell, Frederick G., Wandong, 420 Arkins, Thomas, Queenscliff, 159 Armadale Timber Yard, 629 Armfield, G. H., Collingwood, 592 Armfield, Saml. W., Fitzroy, 752 Armstrong, Alex., Warrambine, 78 Armstrong, Alfred, Elthatn, 406 Armstrong, George, Bethanga, 337 Armstrong, James, Morltake, 78 Armstrong, James, Terang, 78 Armstrong, John, Windsor, 726 Armstrong, S., Kangaroo Ground, 406 Armstrong, S., South Yarra, 629 Armstrong, Thos. D., Taradale, 232 Armstrong, T.,.LP., Yarra Flats, 406 Armstrong, Wm., J.P., Hexham, 78 Armytage, George, Geelong, 458 Arnold, Joseph, Lubeck, ioo Arnold, Robert, Noradjuha, 123 Arnold, Thos., Mulgrave,.736 Arnold, Thos., Werrigar, ioo Arthur, James, Stawell, 200 Ash, James, Seymour, 326 Ash, Joseph, South Melbourne, 591 Ashford, Chas., Williamstown, 510 Ashley, Edmund, Carlton, 557 Ashton, Geo. R., Melbourne, 459 Ashwell, Benjamin, Jung Jung, ioo Asling, Geo. E., Narre Warren, 406 Asplin, Henry S., Vectis East, ioo Aston, Edwin J., Blackwood, 420 Atcherley and Dawson, Melb., 557 Atchison, John, Warrnambool, 33 Atkin, Chas. A., N. Melbourne, 664 Atkin, Samuel, Lallat, ioo Atkins, Edward, Cooma, 293 Atkins, George, New, 629 Atkinson, Peter, Clyde, 390 Atkinson, Thomas R., Ballar.t, 283 Atkinson, W., Melton, 420 Atkyns, E. A., Melbourne,.510 Atlas Co, of Engineers, Melb., 595 Atyeo, Frederick, Carlton, 592 Aubery, David, South Yarra, 629 Auburn, George, Wodonga, 337 Auchterlonie, G. G., Narracan, 368 Auhl, Adolph, Wodonga, 337 Auhi, William, Wodonga, 337 Auld, John, N. Fitzroy, 701 Aumann, August, Doncaster, 736 Austin, Andrew, Sebastopol, 183 Austin, Austin A., Meredith, 159 Austin, Lindsay, Sunbury, 420 Austin, Mrs. T., Winchelsea, 79 Austin, Thomas, Winchelsea, 79 Austin, Wm., Port Melbourne, 629 Australasia Bank, Melbourne, 542 Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co. Limited, Melbourne, 542 Australasian Tem. & Gen., Melb., 55t Australian Freehold Banking Corporation Limited, Melb., 542 Australian Gen. Ass. Co., Melb., 542 Au Aralian Ice Co., Melbourne, 663 Australian Mortgage Land and Finance Co., Limited, Melb., 512 Aust. Otis Elevator Co., S. Mel,, 620 Aynsley, Herbert & James, Mel., 557 Ayrton, Robert, Horsham, 94 Babb, Thos. A,, Braybrook, 734 Baber, Henry, Stawell, 230 Bacchus, W. H., Lal Lal, 211 Backhaus, Frdk. W., Yabba, 337 Backhouse, A. B., Gembrook, 406 Bacon, W., and Co., Pt. Melb., 664 Bade, H., Ballarat, 183 Badger, Geo. A., Melbourne, 5 ro Bagley, Geo., N. Melbourne, 664 Bagley, J. Latrobe, Northcote, 579 Bailey, James, N. Melbourne, 629 Bailey, John, Carlton, 629 Baillie, John, Melbourne, 629 Bailey, Robert, Staghorn Flat, 337 Bailey, William, Ballarat, 295 Bailey, Wm., Malvern, 722 Bailey, Wm. V., Windsor, 550 Bailhache, Rev. P., Elsternwick, 460 Baillieu, J. G., Queenscliff, 259 Bain, A. J., Port Melbourne, 723 Bain, Robert, and Son, Melb., 592 Baines, Josiah H., Collingwood, 685 Baird, Alex., Drouin West, 368 Baird, Dr. J., J.P., Port Fairy, 44 Baird, P., North Fitzroy, 629 Baird, Robt. P., Blakeville-road, 252 Bair, Robert, Mirboo, 368 Baker, Alfred, Jung Jung, Zoo Baker, Benj., Richmond, 664 Baker, Chas., Fitzroy, 550 Baker, Charles, Lockwood, 273 Baker, Edward, Bolinda, 420 Baker, E. H., S. Melbourne, 664 Baker, George, Moolort, 258 Baker, Jas. Carr, Mid. Brighton, 685 Baker, James, Dimboola, Soo Baker, James, Noorat, 78 Baker, James, Wandin Yalloak, 406 Baker, John, Gheringap, 159 Baker, John T., Jung Jung, Soo Baker, John, Jung Jung, Zoo Baker, John, Purrumbete, 78 Baker, R., M.L.A., J.P., Richm., 459 Baker, Thomas, Campbellfield, 420 Baker, Wm. G., Port Melbourne, 726 Baker, William, Poowong, 390 Balcome, Alex. B., Schnap. Point, 390 Balderson, R., J.P., Melbourne, log Balding, Arthur Lallam, Kerang, 279 Balding, Robert, Geelong, 252 Baldwin, David, Undera, 293 Balfour, Hon. J., M.L.C., Melb., 460 Ball, Edward, Windsor, 726 Ball, Henry, Casterton, 62 Ball, Percival, Melbourne, 460 Ball, Thomas, Cannum, Zoo Ballantyne, James, Caulfield, 629 Ballarat Carriage Co., Ballarat, 583 Balleny, Robt., S. Melbourne, 705 Bailment and Aitken, Ararat, 200 Balloch, John, Upper Hawthorn, 685 Balloch, William, Drouin, 368 Bambrick, Jas., J.P., Wodonga, 337 Bamford, James, Melbourne, 550 Bamford, Wm. E., Newport, 685 Bank of Australasia, Port Fairy, 45 Banks and Co., Melbourne, 557, 592 Bannister, William, Maffra, 368 Bannister, William, Newport, 629 Barber & Ardlie, Warrnambool, 33 Barber, George P., Wangoom, 39 Barber, Henry, Wallan Wallan, 420 Barber, James, Dandenong, 736 Barber, John H., Queenscliff, 259 Barber, Robert, Kinimakatka, 523 Barber, William, Laanecoorie, 273 Barbour, Robt. T., Melbourne, 5t0 Barham, F. J., Williamstown, 685 Barkas, William, Daylesford, 240 Barker, Edmund, Whorouly, 337 Barker, Mrs. E. E., Melbourne, 685 Barker, John G., Waaia, 293 Barker, Robert, Ararat, 200 Barker, William, Ballarat, 283 Barker, W. H., North Fitzroy, 629 Barker, W., Melbourne, 759 Barlow, Henry, Wanalta, 293 Barlow, Isaac, Newport, 579 Barmby, Thomas, Richmond, 702 Barnes, James Bond, Nhill, 223 Barnes, James, Creswick, 240 Barnes, John, Yielima, 293 Barnes, Joseph, N., Melbourne, 664 Barnes, William, Katamatite, 293 Barnet, Nahum, Melbourne, 555 Barnett, Thomas, Dunolly, 2t9 Barnett, Wm. C., Braybrook, 579 Barningham & Lacey, Bruns'k., 629 Baron, William, South Yarra, 525 Barr, John J., Neerim, 368 Barr, John, Ondit, 78 Barratt, T., Trainor's Lagoon, 239 Barratt, W. M., Ballarat, 295 Barrett, Henry, Runnymede E., 269 Barrett, John C., Warragul, 368 Barrett, R.C., J.P., N. Melbourne, 579 Barrie, A., Melbourne, 555 Barrington, Albert J., Nhill, 223 Barrington, Alphs. J., Kingower, 259 Barrow, John W., N. Fitzroy, 702 Barry Bros,, Preston, 734 Barry, James, Kotupna, 293 Barry, James, Walhalla, 368 Barry, John J, Casterton, 62 Barry, 'sd., J.P., Campbellfield, 420 Bartel, A. W., Baranduda, 337 Bartel, Reinhold, Leneva, 337 Bartlett, Anson H., Melbourne, 664 Bartlett, F. J., Koroit, 48 Bartlett, Joseph, Yeungroon, 279 Barton, Esau, Richmond, 726 Barton, William, Ballarat, 283 Bartram, Amos, Kensington, 592 Bartram, J., and Son, Melbourne, 664 Bassett and Co., Melbourne, 592 Bassett, Richard, Hazel Glen, 406 Baster, Wm., N. Melbourne, 685 Bastings, Edw., J.P., Northcote, 511 Batch, J. F., Ballarat, 583 Batchelder and Co., Melbourne, 525 Batcheler, John, Thomastown, 420 Bate, H. C., Stawell, 200 Bateman, Abrah., Newmarket, 685 Bateman, William, Jung Jung, lot Bates, Thomas, Drysdale, 559 Bath, T., J.P., Learmonth, 200 Batson, George, Tarranginnie, 523 Batten, William, Geelong, 152 Batten, Wm. H., North Fitzroy, 592 Baudains, John, N. Melbourne, 685 Bauer, Francis, Cowes, 391 Bauoch, Fredk., Koroit, 49 Baum, Friederich, Pimptnio, 101 Bawden, Zaccheus, Drumanure, 293 Bawlis, Joseph, Bangerang, so, Baxter, Andrew, Bellarine, 159 Baxter, Capt. B., J.P., Frankston, 391 Baxter, Benjamin, Frankston, 395 Baxter, J. and J., South Yarra, 629 Baxter, Mrs., Lorina, 726 Baxter, Mrs. R., Lake Rowan, 293 Baxter, Wm., Garvoc, 39 Baylee, Shevill and Co., Melb., 557 Bayley, Chas. H., Clifton Hill, 515 Bayliss, W. C., Donald, ioi Bayliss, William, Kensington, 592 Beach, H. M., Oakleigh, 735 Beacon, Hy., Mulgrave, 736 Beal, Charles, Lorne, 78 Beal, James, Bellarine, 559 Beale, H., Heidelberg, 737 Beales, William, Geelong, 252 Beamish, Chas., Richmond, 702 Beamish, Francis, Wyndham, 159 Bean, W. NI., Son & Co., Bllrt., 583 Beaney, Hon. J. G., M.L.C., Mel., 460 Beard & Evans, Clifton Hill, 630 Beard, Charles, Lancefield, 420 Beasley, John, Kirkstall, 48 Beasley, Joseph N., Tantaraboo, 420 Beattie, Henry, Mt. Aitken, 420 Beattie, John W., Panmure, 39 Beatty, John, Windsor, 630 Beaty, James, Dandenong, 737 Beauchamp Bros., Melbourne, 557 Beaver, Hon. F. E., Melb., 461 Beazley, Wm. D., Collingwood, 579 Beck, Henry H., Brunswick, 747 Beckwith, J. R., South Yarra, 592 Becroff, Frederick, Wycheproof, 279 Bedell, John, Shoreham, 391 Bedolla, Michael, Daylesford, 240 Bee, Robt. R., Richmond, 701 Beeston, Henry, Melbourne, log Beeston, Robert, Melbourne, 665 Beetchenow, C. H., Hotham, 702 Beezley, John, Collingwood, 701 Begbie, Alfred, Fitzroy, 723 Behrendt, Peter, Melbourne, 522 Beilby, James, Bangerang, for Bell, Adam, sen., Werrigar, 202 Bell, Alexander, Teesdale, 260 Bell, Mrs. E., Gundowring, 337 Bell, Hon. James, Melbourne, 465 Bell, John C., Teesdale, 26o Bell, J., J.P., Kangaroo-Ground, 406 Bell, John, J.P., North Carlton, 592 Bell, Jonathan T., Everton, 337 Bell, Mrs. M. A., Yarra Flats, 406 Bell, Richard, Bulla, 420 Bell, Thomas, J.P., Neereman, 273 Bell, Thomas Ft., Yarra Flats, 406 Bell, William, North Creswick, 240 Bell; William Nixon, Raywood, 269 Bellamy, William, Smeaton, 240 Bellew, Patrick, Kotupna, 293 Bengrey, Mrs. E., Prahran, 705 Benjamin, B., J.P., Melbourne, 462 Benness, Albert, Ascot Vale, 630 Bennett & Beauchamp, Moonee Ponds, 630 Bennett, Andrew W., Thalia, 279 Bennett Bros., Ballarat, 583 Bennett, Chas., S. Melbourne, 462 Bennett, G. H.. J.P., Richmond, 665 Bennett, Jas., Northcote, 593 Bennett, Jas., Wooroonoke, 279 Bennett, J., St. Kilda, 726 Bennett, Robt., Springhurst, 337 Bennett, S. & J. J., Melbourne, 593 Bennett, Thomas, Essendon, 630 Bennett, Thos. K., Prahran, 685 Bennett, Thomas, Portland, 53 Bennett, W., Oakleigh, 737 Bennett, W., Williamstown, 726 Bennion, Edwin, Geelong, 252 Benson, Samuel, Wodonga, 337 Benson, William, Conangalt, 422 Bentick, Robert, Bairnsdale, 362 Bentley, Jas., North Brighton, 685 Bentley, Jas., Wangoom, 39 Bentley, R., Port Melbourne, 630 Benussi, Matteo, Daylesford, 240 Berg, Martin; Creswick, zoo Bergin, Thomas, Westernport, 395 Berlowitz, J. T., Footscray, 579 Bernhardt, Traugott, Horshatn, 94 Berry, Rev. D. M., Moonee Ponds, 462 Berry, Hon. Sir Graham, Ldn,, 462 Berry, Henry, Melbourne, 557 Berry, Isaac, S. Preston, 737 Berry, Joseph, North Ballan, 221 Bertram, Robert, E. Brighton, 686 Bertram, William, Melbourne, 593 Besanko, John, Kensington, 686 Besant, Ralph, Hawthorn, 630 Best, F., Winslow, 39 Best, Henry, Great Western, 200 Best, Joseph, Great Western, zoo Best, Robert W., Fitzroy, 552 Beswicke, John, Melbourne, 5t2 Betheras, J. H., Shelford, 560 Betheras, J., J.P., Goldsb'r'gh, 219 Bett, David Ft., Rupanyup, io1 Betts, William, Bairnsdale, 361 Bevan, George, Portland, 53 Bevan, H., Mooroopna West, 293 Bevan, Samuel, Pyalong, 240 Bevan, Wrn., West Charlton, 279 Bewley, G. J., Collingwood, 686 Bidey, W. F., E. Prahran, 722 Bidgood; John, Staghorn Flat, 337 Biggin, Henry, Kalkee, for Biggs, Edwin F., Warragul, 368 Bignell, J. J. R., East Melb., 512 Bignell, William, Melbourne, 665 Biles, Thomas, Morwell, 368 Bilton, Alfred E., Charlton, 279 Bindon, Burton, Doogalook, 326 Binet, John, Braybrook, 737 Binge, F. J., Melbourne, 512 Bingham, Charles, Gillieston, 293 Bingham, John, Woosang, 229 Binns, Jonas, Tarranginnie, 123 Binns, Joseph, Spring Mount, 240 Birch, George, Creswick, 240 Birch, Richard, Boosey, 293 Bird, Chas., Hawthorn, 726 Bird, Charles J., Malvern, 462 Bird, Dr. E. G., Melbourne, 5t2 Bird, Geo., Hawthorn, 686 Bird, James, Cranbourne, 395 Bird, Simon J., Bacchus Marsh, 421 Bird, Dr. William J., Boort, 279 Birkett, James, J.P., Euroa, 326 Birmingham, Patrick, Koroit, 48 Birtwistle, Jas., Melbourne, 552 Birtwistle, J., & Son, N. Melb., 701 Bishop, Arthur, Drouin, 369 Bishop, Rev. G. N., Drysdale, 260 Bishop, H., Collingwood, 701 Blabey, H., Mount Wycheproof, 279 Black, Alexander, Melbourne, 462 Black, James, Chiltern, 337 Black, Joseph, Lake Rowan, 293 Black, Hon. Neil, J.P., Noorat, 80 Black, R., J.P., Lillydale, 406 Black, Dr. T., D'I.D., St. Kilda, 521 Blackburn, Gerard, Romsey, 421 Blackett, CR., F.C.S., E. Melb, 463 Blackham, Joseph, Malvern, 630 Blackman, G. W., N. Carlton, 630 Blackmore, J. B., Collingwood, 593 Blackshaw, Edward, Wyndham, 26o Blackwell & Brittingham, Mlvn., 579 Blackwell, William, Kensington, 512 Blackwell, Wm. V., S. Brighton, 512 Blair, Archibald, Narrewillock, 279 Blair, David, Malvern, 463 Blair, James, Lara, 26o Blair, L. S., and Co., Melbourne, 593 Blair, Robert, Lilydale, 406 Blair, William G., Kyneton, 232 Blake, Edward, J.P., Ballan, 211 Blake, Francis, Kotupna, 293 Blanchard, John, Collingwood, 701 Blanche, John F., Conangalt, 421 Blanchen, Thomas, Elmore, 269 Bland, Rivett H., Clunes, 240 Bland, Win., Carlton, 726 Blayney, Thomas, Nagambie, 293 Blear, George, Ascot Vale, 630 Bligh and Harbottle, Melbourne, 557 Blight, Joseph, Harcourt, 241 Bliss, Alfred B., Windsor, 579 j Block, Andrew, Preston, 737 Block Bros., Hamilton, 59

27 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO VOL II. 807 Block Bros., Warrnambool, 34 Blondett, Jas., Port Melbourne, 722 Bloomfield Bros., Melbourne, 630 Bloor, Samuel, South Yarra, 580 Blue Post Hotel, Melbourne, 665 Blumner, Hartmann, Lockwood, 273 Blundell, George R., Fitzroy, 554 Blyth, Irvine & Binney, Footscray, 593 Boadle, Mrs. Helen, Essendon, 463 Boag, Wm., J.P., Natte Yallock, 226 Boardman, Walter, Kiata, 123 Boase, Thomas, Wycheproof, 280 Boberski and Son, Ararat, 200 Bodey, George, Horsham, 94 Bodey, Matthew, Rupanyup, 1o1 Bodey, Richard, Tarranginnie, 123 Bodey, W. T., Jung Jung. for Bodley, Geo. F., Cheltenham, 512 Boehm, John E., Natimuk, 123 Bohrsen, Henry C., Toorak, 665 Boland, Jeremiah, Fitzroy, 665 Bolan, John, Balmoral, 61 Bolden, W. Leonard, Stratford, 369 Boles, James, Devenish, 294 Bolger, Archibald, Abbotsford, 6;o Bolingbroke, C. E., Oakleigh, 512 Boliwell, John, Vectis East, io1 Bolwell, Albt. A. A., Horsham, 94 Bon, John, Mansfield, 324 Bond, Charles, Lake Rowan, 294 Bond, George, Williamstown, 630 Bond, James, Jumbunna, 391 Bond, John, Broadmeadows, 421 Bond, Joseph, J.P., Heidelberg, 737 Bone, David, Woorak, 123 Bonetti, Giuseppe, Melbourne, 593 Book, S., Ballarat East, 183 Booker, John, South Brighton, 701 Booth, Abraham, South Preston, 463 Booth, Salathiel, Kynetou, 232 Borbidge, William, Ararat, 200 Borden, Joseph. Warracknab, al, 101 Borgett, Caspar H., Ni-ni, 123 Borrowes, E. J. D'A., Oxley, 337 Borthwick, Alexander, S. Melb., 593 Boschen, C. D., Kewell East, for Boucher, Alfred, Brighton, 701 Boucher, Joseph, Chiltern, 338 Bould, Ed., South Pakenham, 391 Boulter, Ed. John, N. Fitzroy, 701 Bourchier, G. E., Charlton, 28o Bourke, Mrs. C., Pakenham, 391 Bourke, James, Hallam's Road, 391 Bourke, Patrick, Murchison, 294 Bourne, Charles, Port Fairy, 45 Bowden, Alfred, South Melb., 593 Bowden, David, Malvern, 702 Bowden, J. Searle, Horsham, 94 Bowden, (J. C.) and Co., Melb., 558 Bowen Bros. and Langshaw, Brunswick, 593 Bowen, Thos. F., Katamatite, 294 Bowen, William, Melbourne, 665 Bower, C., Kyneton, 232 Bower, John, Thomastown. 421 Bower, Thomas W., Carlshrue, 232 Bowey, Thomas, Moolap, i6o Bowie, Walter N., Gisborne, 421 Bowler, Michael, St. James, 294 Bowley, W. B., and Son, Melb., 558 Bowman, Alexander, Kerang, 280 Bowness and Heath, Clifton Hill, 630 Bowran, George, Spring Creek, 338 Boxall, Charles, Warragul, 369 Box, John D., J.P., Frankston, 391 Box, John, E. Brighton, 702 Boyce, S. G., Hawthorn, 630 Boyd, George, South Yarra, 713 Boyd, H. W., Dimboola, zo1 Boyd, James A. Pomborneit, 8o Boyd, John W., Major Plains, 294 Boyd, William, Koroit, 48 Boyes, John, Leneva, 338 Boyes, Thomas, Leneva, 338 Boyle, John, Hillsborough, 241 Boyle, John, Mysia, 280 Boyle, Robert, Thorpedale, 369 Boyle, W. G., Mysia, 280 Boyne, William, Flemington, 630 Bracher George H., Footscray, 593 Brance, Jacob, Northcote, 512 Bracewell, Rev. S., Carlton, 463 Bradbury, Richard, Horsham, 95 Bradford, A., Ballarat, 184 Bradford, James, Hazel Glen, 407 Bradley Bros., South Melbourne, 630 Bradley, Hy., Collingwood, 713 Bradley, Hy., S. Melbourne, 686 Bradley, Thomas, Campbellfield, 421 Bradley, Thos. F., Prahran, 686 Bradshaw, Henry, Horsham, 95 Bradshaw, John H., Clarendon, 211 Bradshaw, Joseph, Braybrook, 737 Brahe, William A., Hawthorn, 463 Braiding, F. W., Northcote, 686 Brain, Isaac, Kolora, 8o Braithwaite, Wm., Preston, Branch, John, Lara, 16o 734 Brand, Charles, Bulla, 421 Brand, Frederick, Bulla, 421 Brawn, Edward, Broomfield, 241 Bray, Andrew, Rutherglen, 338 Brazendale, James, Prahran, 594 Brebner, A., Joyce's Creek, 259 Bredin, Wm. Hy. jnr., Windsor, Bree, R. S., J.P., Hamilton, Breen, Jeremiah, Toolamba, 294 Bremer, Ferdinand, Wodonga, 338 Brennan, G., Portarlington, 16o Brennan, John, Girgarre East, 294 Brennan, John, Melbourne, 719 Brennan, Michael, Hazel Glen, 407 Brennan, Nicholas, Noorat, 8o Brennan, Patrick, Jung Jung, 102 Brennan, Tobias, Spring Vale, 737 Brenton, Wm. South Yarra, 722 Bretag, Ferdinand, Katyil, 1o2 Bretag, Johann C. W., Natimuk, 123 Brettargh, J. R,, Spring Vale, 737 Breustedt, Heinrich, Stanley, 338 Brewer, Charles V., Dimboola, 102 Brewster and Campbell, Melb., 512 Bride, T. F., L.L.D., Melbourne, 463 Bridge, Richard B., Mornington, 391 Bridges, William, Ballarat, 184 Bridges, William, Newport, 630 Briggs, Robert R., Rutherglen, 333 Bright & Hitchcocks, Geelong, 152 Bright, James, Alexandra, 326 Brinkmann, Martin, Prahran, 686 Briscoe and Co., Melbourne, 558 Britten, F. J., North Fitzroy, 5 r2 Broadhent Bros. & Co., Melb., 719 Broadfoot, Thomas, Baringhup, 259 Broadhurst, Thos. Preston, 734 Broad, John, Sutton Grange, 259 Brock, Lewis C., Preston, 512 Brock, Captain R. C., W'mst'wn, 58o Brock, 'Thomas, Castlemaine, 241 Brodie, Francis, Clyde, 391 Bromby, Rev. Dr. J. E., Melb., 463 Bromell, Hon. T., Hamilton, 5g Bromell, William, Parkville, 594 Bromfield, Jas. A.. Warrnambool, 42 Brook, Charles M., Walhalla, 369 Brook, Thomas W., Kyneton, 232 Brooker, Samuel, Lardner, 369 Brookes and Nichols, Richmond, 630 Brookes, Thomas, Richmond, 631 Brooks Bros., S. Melbourne, 631 Brooks, M`Glashan and M`Harg, Melbourne, 558 Brooks, R. H., Fitzroy, 713 Broom, Henry, Kotupna, 294 Broome, William P., Talgarno, 338 Broomfield, Adam, Newlyn, 211 Brophy, Daniel, Ballarat, 464 Brotherton, Aubrey L., Prahran, 513 Browless, Robert, Lake Rowan, 294 Brown, Alexander, Drouin E., 369 Brown, Alexander, Stawell, 201 Brown, Alfred, Port Melbourne, 713 Brown and Beck, St. K., Ftzry., 631 Brown and Blythe, Collingwood, 594 Brown, Archibald, Richmond, 702 Brown, Benj., North Boon, ego Brown Bros., Lancefield, 421 Brown, Chas., Clifton-hill, 631 Brown, G. S., and Co., Melb., 709 Brown, Harry, Thoona, 294 Brown, Henry, Clifton Hill, 631 Brown, Henry B., Geelong, 152 Brown, James, Avoca, 219 Brown, Jas., Bowman's Forest, 338 Brown, James, Drysdale, 16o Brown, J. Drysdale, Carlton, 554 Brown, John, Boosey, 294 Brown, John, Drouin East, 369 Brown, John, Heidelberg, 513 Brown, John, Kyabram West, 294 Brown, John, Melbourne, 709 Brown, Joseph, Alphington, 737 Brown, Rev. Ralph, Preston, 747 Brown, R., East Brunswick, 631 Brown, Thomas, Bangerang, 102 Brown, T. H., Bowman's Forest, 338 Brown, Thomas, Dunolly, 219 Brown, Thos., S. Brighton, 686 Brown, William, Shoreham, 391 Browne, H. J., J.P., E. Melb., 513 Browne. John, Drysdale, r6o Browne, John, Warrnambool, 347 Brownless, Dr. A. C., Melb., 464 Brownlie, James, Emu Flat, 236 Brownlie, Saml., P. Melbourne, 686 Browse, W., Davlesford, 241 Bruce, George, Illowa, 48 Bruce, James, Illowa, 48 Bruce, John, Orbost, 361 Bruce, John M., J.P., Toorak, 464 Bruce, R., & Sons, Carlton, 594 Bruce, Robert, Carlton, 594 Bruce, William, Yarroweyah, 294 Bruhn, Henry, Harkaway, 391 Brumfitt & Kochendorffer, Melb., 954 Brumley, William, Mortlake, 8o Brundell, John, Melbourne, 702 Brunning, Geo., St. Kilda, 722 Brunt, Ralph, Officer's Siding, 391 Brunton, Thos. A., Bum Bum, 369 Bryant, Chas. W., Indigo Ck., 338 Bryant, Charles, J.P., Maldon, 241 Bryant, George, Carisbrook, 241 Bryant, Mrs. Eden., Richmond, 465 Bryce, Harold, Collingwood, 632 Buchanan, Andrew, Berwick, 392 Buchanan, Charles, J.P., Ondit, 8o Buchanan, D. & R., Yarra Banks, 594 Buchanan, Robert, Berwick, 392 Buchholz, John C., Minyip, io2 Buchter, Martin, Batesford, 16o Buckhurst, W. P., S. Yarra, 746 Buckley and Nunn, Melbourne, 558 Buckley, Benj. W., Morwell, 369 Buckley, John, Balnarring, 392 Buckley, John, Fern Tree Gully, 407 Buckley, Michl., Pyramid Hills, 280 Buckley, Robert D., Lawloit, 124 Bucknall, Albert, J.P., Majorca, 241 Bucknall, Hugh, Majorca, 241 Budd, Henry H., Melbourne, 513 Budd, W. H., Wallan Wallan, 421 Bugg, Robert, Moreland, 594 Biihr, George C. F., Woorak, 124 Bull, Charles, Corop, 294 Bull, George Arthur, Dunkeld, 61 Bull, James, Fitzroy, 594 Bull, Col. John Ed., Kewell, 241 Bullivant, T. G., Wangaratta, 338 Bulloch, J. H., Tallangatta, 338 Bullock, Abel, Natimuk, 124 Bullows, W. H., North Carlton, 632 Buncle, J., J.P., North Melb., 594 Bunker, Edward, Collingwood, 702 Bunny, Brice F., St. Kilda, 465 Buntine, J., J.P., Bairnsdale, 361 Bunworth, P., Mount Arapiles, 124 Bunyan, John, Pelluebla, 294 Burall, R. D., Warrnambool, 34 Burall, W., J.P., Daylesford, 242 Burbank, Albert E., Melbourne, 513 Burbery, Francis, Wangaratta, 338 Burgess, Henry, Clifton Hill, 595 Burgess, Mrs. Mary, Leneva, 338 Burk, George, Melbourne, 558 Burke, E. & J., Melbourne, 558 Burke, Edward, Beechworth, 338 Burke, Lawrence, Wycheproof, 280 Burke, William, Longwarry, 369 Burkitt, T., Naringaningalook, 294 Burley, W., Tarrawingee, 338 Burn, E. W., N. Carlton, 702 Burnell, Richard, Brunswick, 513 Burnip, W., & Co., Melbourne, 559 Burns, John W., Daylesford, 242 Burnside, Jas., Braybrook, 737 Burren, Thomas, S. Melbourne, 686 Burris, Isaac H., Natimuk, 124 Borrowes, John, Barnawartha, 338 Burrows, Archibald, Footscray, 631 Burrows, Henry, Melbourne, 595 Burrows, T Baldwinsville, 295 Burston S., & Co., Melbourne, 665 Burt, T. J., Casterton, 62 Burtenshaw, T. G., Carlton, 632 Burton & Broatch, Melbourne, 595 Burton Bros., Swan Hill, 280 Burton, Jas., St. Kilda, 683 Burton, William, Greondale, 211 Buscombe, J. H. K., Kyneton, 232 Bushell, Charles, Rutherglen, 339 Bushell, Robson and Russell, Melbourne, 709 Butcher, Thomas, Glen Vale, 421 Butler, Charles, Parkville, 632 Butler, James, Seymour, 326 Butler, John, Moolort, 259 Butler, John Olding, Tourello, 242 Butler, Rev. Dr. Jos., P. Melb,, 465 Butler, Michl., Greesborough, 737 Butler, Samuel H., Dunolly, 222 Butler, W. M.. Castlemaine, 242 Butler, W. & J., U. Hawthorn, 632 Button, John, Kew, 595 Butt, Wm. Adam, Collingwood, 686 Butters, James S., Melbourne, 559 Butterss, Arthur T., Bairnsdale, 361 Butterworth, Jos. F., Walhalla, 369 Butterworth, Thos. R., Tarragon, 369 Buvelot, Abram L., Melbourne. 465 Byriell, Christian A., Poowong, 392 Byrne, Anthony, Blackwood, 421 Byrne, Lewis, Toolamba W., 295 Byrne, Martin, Bum Bum, 369 Byrne, Thos. S., Melbourne, 595 Byrnes, Timothy D., St. James, 295 Cadd, Thomas, Clyde, 392 Cadusch, John J., Kerang, 28o Cadusch, Joseph, Kerang, 280 Cahill, Denis J., Keilor, 421 Cahill, Thomas, Dandenong, 734 Cahir, Patrick, Boosey, 295 Cairns, Charles, Nhill, 124 Cairns, George, Ballarat, 184 Cairns, John Wishard, Yea, 326 Cairns, Rev. T. R., Ballarat, r8o Cakebread, George, Geelong, 152 Calder, Capt. George, Malvern, 665 Calder, Wm., Yackandandah, 339 Caldwell's Aus. Wine Co., Melb., 666 Calhoun, Alex., Portarlington, 16o Calhoun, John, Portarlington, i6o Calhoun, Wm., Portarlington, i6o Callanan, A., Fern Tree Gully, 407 Callanan, Ed. J., Shoreham, 392 Callanan, Patrick, Macedon, 421 Callander, Alex., Hawthorn, 687 Callander, A., W. Melbourne, 687 Callander, John, Katunga, 295 Callander, Robert, Katunga, 295 Callander, Robert, Richmond, 726 Callander, Samuel M., Burnley, 726 Callen, John, Tallarook, 326 Callow, Edward, East Brighton, 595 Callow, William, Walhalla, 369 Calvert, John, J.P., Bairnsdale, 361 Calvert, John, Nar-Nar-Goon, 392 Calvert, Robert B., Boort, 280 Cam, Robert, Cranbourne, 392 Cameron, Allan, J.P., Bealiba, 226 Cameron, Allan, Little River, r6o Cameron, Alex., Lockwood, 273 Cameron, Alexander, Melton, 421 Cameron, Alexander, Newstead, 259 Cameron, Alexander, Port Fairy, 45 Cameron & Bellingham, S. Yarra,58o Cameron, Archibald, Coleraine, 62 Cameron, Charles, Bowenvale, 226 Cameron, C., Broadmeadows, 421 Cameron, Charles, Gisborne, 422 Cameron, Ewan, Wallup, 102 Cameron, E. H., M.L.A., J.P., Kangaroo Ground, 407 Cameron, John, Dunkeld, 62 Cameron, J., Lake Rowan, 295 Cameron, John, Orbost, 362 Cameron, Miss M., Healesville, 4c7 Cameron, Peter, Portarlington, i6o Cameron, R. R., Melbourne, 559 Cameron, Robert, Blackwood, 422 Cameron, Ronald, Nurrabiel, 124 Cameron, Samuel M., Berwick, 392 Cameron, Mrs. S., Campbellfield, 422 Cameron, William, Cannum, 102 Cameron, Wm., junr., Cannum, 102 Campagnolo, V., Walhalla, 369 Campbell, A., Barmah, 295 Campbell, A., East Brunswick, 632 Campbell, A., Strathmerton, 295 Campbell, Alfred, Collingwood, 702 Campbell, A. M., J.P., Geelong, 466 Campbell & Sons, Portland, 53 Campbell, A., Mooroopna W., 295 Campbell Bros., Romsey, 422 Campbell, Colin, Cargarie, 16o Campbell, Dalmahoy, Melb., 466 Campbell, David, Katunga, 295 Campbell, D., Richmond, 687 Campbell, Guthridge & Co., Mel., 559 Campbell, James J., Carlton, 58o Campbell, J., J.P.,.Cowie's Creek, i6o Campbell, John, Rutherglen, 339 Campbell, John, Tallangatta, 339 Campbell, John, Williamstown, 596 Campbell, Neil, Southern Cross, 48 Campbell, Robert, St. Kilda, 466 Campbell, Ronald, Yarraville, 687 Campbell, Simon, Colac, 8o Campbell, Dr. W. H., E. Melb., 466 Campi, Abbondio, Melbourne, 596 Canavan, D., Nar-Nar-Goon, 393 Candy, Henry, Stawell, 201 Cane and White, Ballarat, 184 Cannington, J. L., Horsham, 95 Canning, Wm., Campbellfield, 422 Cannon, John, Ararat, 201 Cannon, W. H., Kvabram W., 295 Cant, John, Portarlington, i6o Cantwell, Patrick, Corop, g95 Cargeeg, John, Ballarat, 184 Cargill, David, Broadmeadows, 422 Carison, Thomas, Alexandra, 326 Carkeek, W., J.P., Tallangatta, 339 Carleton, J. R., South Yarra, 596 Carlisle, Z. W., J.P., Lancefield, 422

28 8o8 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS; PAST AND PRESENT Carlton, W., Fitzroy, 713 Carmichael, George J., Penshurst, 62 Carmody, Andrew, Gembrook, 407 Carnaby, Wm., Melbourne, 709 Carnev, Mrs. H., Pakenharrr, 393 Carnie, J., Naringaningalook, 295 Carpenter, J., Cunninghame, 362 Carr, Alfred B., Fitzroy, 554 Carr, The Most Rev. T. J., Melb. 746 Carrig4, John, Clarendon, 211 Carroll, Geo. J., Kensington, 58o Carroll, John, South Yarra, 632 Carroll, Owen, Rochford, 422 Carroll, Simon, Wodonga, 339 Carroll, Thomas, Gundowing, 339 Carroll, William, Beechworth, 339 Carroll, Dr. W. J., Wangaratta, 339 Carson, David, Melbourne, 709 Carson, John, Longwarry, 370 Carson, Jos., jun.; Yannathan, 370 Carter & Steahouse, Mo. Ponds, 632 Carter, Arthur J., Horsham, 95 Carter, Ed. P;, Brunswick, 554 Carter, Joseph, Brunswick, 687 Carter, Sml., J.P., Horsham, 95 Carter, Saziuel, Warrnambool, 34 Carter, William P., Devenish, 295 Carter, William, Hawthorn, 632 Cartwright, Edgar, Brunswick, 687 Cary, W. H., Hawthorn, 722 Casey, John J., Collingwood, 58o Casey, Joseph, Gembrook, 407 Casey, Thos., Dandenong, 737 Caspar, Hy., East Trentham, 232 Cassidy, Win., Yangery, 39 Castella, F. de, St. Hubert, 407 Castella, H. de, St. Hubert, 407 Castella, Paul de, Yering, 407 Castleton, Geo, Footscray, 713 Catanach, G. W. & Co., Melb., 596 Cathcart, George, Longwarry, 370 Cathcart, James B., Ballarat, 1ZSo Caterthall, S., and Son, S. Mel., 596 Caught, Win. W., N. Fitzroy, 666 Cavanagh, W., Broadineadows, 422 Cawkwell, H. A., Malvern, 596 Cawthorn, Chas,, Lake Rowan, 295 Cay, Sergt.-major, Port Fairy, 45 Caygill, L. M., Strathmerton, 295 Cecil, Charles H., Oxley, 339 Chadd rtoa, T., Gerang-Gerang, 124 Chadwick, T. T., Hamilto i, 59 Chadwick, William, Benalla, 325 Chadwick, W., jn., Lake Rowan, 293 Chafer, William, Rupanyup, 102 Chaffey Bros., Mildura, 143 Chalk, Ambrose, Carisbrook, 242 Chalker, Thos. A., Toorak, 722 Challis, James, Williamstown,. 687 Chalmers, 'Thos., Bungaree, zit Chalmers, Rev. W., Geelong, i52 Chalmers, W., Middle Brighton, 687 Chamberlain, J., j un., Darlimurla, 370 Chamberlain, W., Fern-tree Gy., 407 Chambers and Bullin, S. Yarra, 666 Chambe s and Clutten, Melb., 596 Chambers, E. J. W., Melb., 513 Chambers, John, Rokewood, 2u1 Chambers, Rowland, Woorak, 124 Chambers, Wm. E., Toorak, 580 Champion. Benj., Melbourne, 666 Chandler, J., sen., Healesville, 407 Chandler, Robert C., Malvern, 466 Chandler, Thos., Cheltenham, 734 Chandler, Thos., Notting Hill, 66 Chandler, Win., Rutherglen, 339 Chaplin, Thomas, Carisbrook, 242 Chapman, Capt. F., S. Melbourne, 513 Chapman, John, Oakleigh, 737 Chapman, P. H., Lancefield, 422 Chapman, Rev. S., Melbourne, 466 Chapms.n, S. L., South Yarra, 666 Chapple, John, Rupanyup, roz Charles, Philip, Footscray, 633 Charlesworth, Abel, Thornton, 326 Charlesworth, J., Marong, 274 Charlton, Fredk., Carlton, 687 Charlton, Jas., C3iistrnas Hills, 407 Charlton, John, Sebastian, 269 Charman, Jas., Oak'eigh, 735 Chase, Rev. S. L., Melbourne, 466 Chateau Tahbilk Vineyard, 295 Chater, R. B., Stawell, zot Chatley, Arthur, East St, Kilda, 633 Chavasse, J. T., Brunswick, 726 Cheel, Henry, Armadale, 633 Cheese, Jas., N. Melbourne, 687 Cheeseman, John Barkly, 2z6 Cheesernan, R., N. Brighton, 722 Clieetham, J., J.P., Tariagulla, zz5 Cherey and Robins, Ballarat, 19J Cherry, Robert, Wyndham, 16o Chesters, Thos., Lake Rowan, 295 Chestnut, John, Ba'rlkamaugh, 295 Child, Richard, Melbourne, log China Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd., Melbourne, 542 Chinn, Samuel, Clydebank, 370 Chirnside, Messrs., Wyndham, 171 Chisholm, John, Kobyboyn, 326 Chisholm, Wm., and Co., Ararat, zoi Chisholm, Wm. T., Tarranginnie; 124 Chitty, Alfred, Armadale, 632 Cholerton, E., South Yarra, 632 Christ Church, St. Kilda, 466 Christian, Henry, Kew, 596 Christian, W. D., Woodend, 232 Christie, Jas., Braybrook, 737 Christopherson, J. A., Clingwood, 513 Christy, David, Ballarat, t8o Chubb and Son, Melbourne, 596 Church, Mrs. Ann, St. James, 296 Church of England, Coleraine, 6z Churchward, John, South Yarra, 580 Churton, William, Gheringap, t6o City of Melbourne Bank Limited, Melbourne, 543 Clancy, Michael, Dennington, 39 Claringbold, W., S. Willmstn, 687 Clark, Alexander, Sale, 370 Clark, Benj., Windsor, 713 Clark, Edwin, Tarranginnie, 124 Clark, Francis, Alphington, 514 Clark, James, senr., Hamilton, 59 Clark, Jas., Panmure, 39 Clark, Jas., Whittlesea, 407 Clark, John, Ballan, zit Clark, John M., Maffra, 370 Clark, John, Teesdale, t6o Clark, John, Williamstown, 58o Clark, Samuel, Wanalta, 296 Clark, Seth R., Melbourne, log Clark, Thomas, Creswick, 242 Clark, W: M. G., J.P., Footscray, 467 Clarke and Smith, Brunswick, 632 Clarke, Arthur E., Melbourne, 513 Clarke, Charles, Elmore, 269 Clarke, Frederick, Raywood, 269 Clarke, George, Cannum, roz Clarke, Henry, Fitzroy, 632 Clarke, James, Jumbunna, 393 Clarke, James H., Richmond, 513 Clarke, John J., Brighton, 467 Clarke, Joseph, Toorak, 468 Clarke, Samuel, jun., Cannum, 102 Clarke, Samuel, sen., Cannum, toz Clarke, S., Warracknabeal, roz Clarke, W. R., S. Williamstown, 687 Clarke, Hon. Sir W. J., Melb., 467 Clarke, W. H., Garvoc, 39 Clarkson, Hugh, Rutherglen, 339 Clauscen, Geo. C., J.P., 713 Clayton, Archibald, Flinders, 393 Clayton, Charles, Richmond, 632 Clayton, Mrs. Harry, Leichardt, 269 Clayton, R. H., Barnawartha, 339 Clayton, R. P., S. Brighton, 702 Clayton, Wm., S. Brighton, 687 Cleary, Edmund, Melbourne, log Cleary, Simon, Goroke, 124 Cleeland, John, Newhaven, 393 Cleeland, Joseph, Epping, 422 Cleghorn Bros., Ballarat, 184 Cleland, James, Leneva, 339 Clemence, E. T., Ballarat, 184 Clement, Cwsar, Glenvale, 422 Clement, Robert, Upper Maffra, 370 Clements, Alex., Wangaratta, 339 Clements, Henry, Bloomfield, 370 Clements, John, Brighton, 687 Clements, John, Lockwood, z68 Clements, M., E. Brighton, 687 Clements, T., sen., Dimboola, ioz Cleveland, W. P., Derriniut, 737 Cleverdon and Westley, Melb., 514 Clifford, Charles W., Kolora, 8o Clinch, Henry, Melbourne, 666 Clinch, J. C., J.P., Preston, 738 Clinch, P. J. B., CE., Meib., 514 Clough, E. A., & Co., Melb., 559 Clough, Jas., Brunswick, 687 Coane and Grant, Melbourne, 514 Coates Bros., Windsor, 58o Coates, George, Brighton, 687 Cobain, John, Sale, 370 Cobain, Samuel, Sale, 370 Cock, John, Broadmeadows, 422 Cock, John. J.P., Chiltern, 339 Cock, R. W., Kyneton, 232 Cockbill, H. C., Windsor, 687 Cockerell, W. J., N. Fitzroy, 596 Cockeriil, William, Lvndhurst, 393 Cockram & Comely, N. Melb., 632 Cochran, John, Waaia, 296 Cochrane, Hugh M., Prahran, 713 Cochrane, J., Iunr., Elsterwick, 514 Cochrane, J., senr., N. Brighton, 514 Cochrane, Jas., S. Brighton, 722 Cochrane, Win,, S. Yarra, 687 Codey, Patrick, Elmore South, 269 Cody, William, Abbotsford, 666 Coe, Henry, Hamilton, 59 Coe, James, Neerim South, 371 Coelli, Peter, Undera, 297 Cogan, Wm., Port Melbourne, 726 Coghill, David, Coghill's Creek, 243 Coghlan, Dennis, Richmond, 702 Coghlan, William, Warrnambool, 34 Cohen and Lyons, Melbourne, 597 Cohen, Hon. Edw., Melbourne, 468 Cohen, Leon, Melbourne; log Cohen, M., Camperdown, 8o Cole, Aaron, Kiata East, 124 Cole, Charles, Geelong, 152 Cole, Edwd. W., Melbourne, log Cole, Hon. George Ward, Melb., 469 Cole, G. W., Westernport, 393 Cole, Mrs. Isabella, Camperdown, 8o Cole, John Chas., Richmond, 723 Cole, John, Malvern, 723 Cole, John, South Melbourne, 597 Cole, Nicholas, Camperdown, 8o Cole, Silas, Kiata East, 124 Cole, Thos. C., Upper Hawthorn, 723 Cole, W., Middle Brighton, 514 Coleman, John, Kerang, z8o Coles, George, Diapur, 124 Collard, Charles, Baringhup, 259 Collard, Geo. M., St. Kilda, 688 Collas, Edward N., Buninyong, zit Coller, David, Richmond, 688 Collie, Alexander, Toolamba W., 297 Collie, Andrew, lblerrigum, 297 Collier, Samuel, Scoxesby, 407 Collins, Charles, Neerim, 371 Collins, Daniel, Fitzroy, 702 Collins, Henry, Minyip, 1oz Collins, John, Melbourne, 726 Collins, John, Picola, 297 Collins, John, Ulupna, 297 Collins, 0. W., Castlemaine, 243 Collins, Thomas, Drysdale, t6z Collins, William A., Kaniva, tz5 Collis, Geo. W., Collingwood, 702 Colliver, George, Toolamba W., 297 Colman, Hezekiah, Kotupna, 297 Colonial Bank, Hamilton, 59 Colonial Bank, Port Fairy, 45, 55 Colson, Wnr., Prahran, 726 Colter, John, Naringaningalook, 297 Coltman, Charles, Albert Park, 597 Comben, Thomas, Yarraville, 632 Commercial Bank Ltd., Melb., 543 Commerford, William, Lilydale, 407 Commons, F. W., Ballarat, 184 Comrie, T., J.P., Tarnagulla, zz6 Conacher, David, South Yarra, 633 Condie, Matthew, Cobden, 8o Condon, Thomas, Doogalook, 326 Connell, Hogarth & Co., `Melb., 559 Connell, John, Bacchus Marsh, 422 Connell, John, Burramine, 297 Connelly, Michael, Strathmerton, 297 Connolly, W. J., Rupanyup, ioz Connor, Jas., ltloonee Ponds, 734 Connor, John, Indigo Creek, 339 Connor, J: H., M.L.C.; Geelong, 468 Connor, Michael, Myrniong, zri Connor, Dr. Samuel, Coleraine, 6z Connors, David, J.P.. Pakenham, 393 Connors, Thomas, Nulla Nulla, 422 Conolly, Daniel, B.A., Malvern, 468 Conolly, J. M., Christmas Hills, 407 Conquest, Mrs. E., Malvern, 633 Constable, David, Stawell, zoi Cook, Andrew, Goorambat, 297 Cook Bros., North Carlton, 633 Cook, Charles, Tallangatta, 339 Cook, Edward NI., Kerang, z8o Cook, F H. R., Bum Bum, 371 Cook, Henry, Narrewarren, 408 Cook, James, Windsor, 633 Cook, Job, Newport, 688 Cook, John, Goorambat, 297 Cook, John, Katunga, 297 Cook, John, Stawell, 2oi Cook, Robert, Drouin South, 371 Cook, Samuel G., Ascot Vale, 514 Cookson, G. A., J.P., Alexandra, 326 Cookson, John, Melbourne, 710 Coolahan, Michael, Bulla, 422 Coombe, John H., Drouin, 371 Coombs, G. E., J.P., Mangalore, 326 Cooper, E. A., St. Kilda, 666 Cooper, Mrs. Eliza L., St. Kilda, 746 Cooper, F. W., Mordialloc, 738 Cooper, George, Warracknabeal, 103 Cooper, Horatio, Bundoora, 422 Cooper, J., and Sons, Melbourne, 56o Cooper, Peter, Tooborac, 236 Cooper, Shaftesbury, Ballan, 211 Cooper, T., M.L.A., Creswick, 468 Cope, His Honour T., S., Lower Hawthorn, 468 Copeland, Jas., J.P., Warragul, 371 Coppin, Hon. G. S., Melb., 470 Coram, Henry, Yielima, 297 Corbett, A. G., & Co., Ballarat, 195 Corbett, Right Rev. J. F., Sale, 371 Cordell, Win. E., Queenscliff, 16z Cordell, W., Pyalong, 236 Corduer, Robert, Miram Piram, 125 Cork, Edward A., Macedon, 423 Corkill, Philip, Caulfield, 633 Corlett, George, Carlton, 633 Cormack, Thos., Tarranginnie, i25 Cornell, Jas., Preston, 723 Cornell, James, Tarranginnie, 1z5 Cornell, Thomas F., Kalkee, 103 Corney, Charles E., Morwell, 371 Corney, Wm., J.P., Portland, 53 Cornish, Edward, Kew, 633 Cornwell, Alfred, Brunswick, 633 Corr, Thomas H., Melbourne, 666 Corr, Thomas, Upper Maffra, 371 Corrigan, Thomas, Melbourne, 514 Corrin, Henry, Ulupna, 297 Corry, James H., Indigo, 339. Costelloe, P. F., and Son, Melb., 560 Costello, Michael, Walhalla, 371 Costello, Patrick, N. Creswick, 243 Coster, Wm., Longwarry S., 37t Cosy, Chas., Collingwood, 688 Cottee, Henry, Queenscliff, 162 Cottell, George W., Richmond, 633 Cottier, James E., Queenscliff;. i6z Couche, Calder and Co., Meib., 560 Couchman, L. J., N. Fitzroy, 688 Couchman, Wm. G., Dunolly, zzo Coughlin, John, Corop, 297 Coulson, Hugh, Bairnsdale, 362 Coulston, Joseph, Kiewa, 340 Couper, John, S. Yarra, 726 Courtney, Thomas W., Hotham, 514 Cousin, Peter, Malvern, 726 Coutts, Richard, Rupanyup, 103 Coutts, Robert, Mysia, 280 Couve, J., Dandenong, 738 Coventry, David, South Yarra, 580 Coverlid and Cuddon, Richm'd, 58o Cowan, Jos. C. M., Ascot Vale, 515 Cowie, James, J.P., N. Fitzroy, 470 Coweand, W., Glenorchy, 103 Cowley, Edwin, Camperdown, 8o Cowley, Robert, Dunolly, zzo Cowley, Win. Henry, Carlton, 688 Cox, A. J., Ararat, zoi Cox and Green, Melbourne, 56o Cox, Charles, Ascot Vale, 688 Cox, John, Fitzroy, 726 Cox, John, Indigo Creek, 340 Cox, Uriah, Thoona, 297 Cox, Walter, Learmonth, zoi Cox, William T., Joyce's Creek, 259 Coyle, Bern., Christmas Town, 340 Coyle, Michael, Terang, 8o Coyle, R. J., Naringaningalook, 297 Coyle, William, Murmungee, 340 Cozens and Harvey, Melbourne, 56o Craddock, T. H., N. Willimstn, 688 Cragan, Alfred, Newport, 666 Craib, Geo., Melbourne, 710 Craig, J H., Williamstown, 713 Craig, Robert, Bangerarig, 103 Craig, Robert, Wodonga, 340 Craig, William, South Yarra, 633 Coaney Bros., Essendon Park, 633 Cranston and Co., 'Clifton-hill, 634 Craven, Thomas, Heathcote, 297 Crawford, James, Stanley, 340 Crawford, Robert, Kaniva, 195 Crawford, Robert, Kerang, z8o Crawford, Thomas, Numurkah, 297 Crawford, W., High-camp Plains, 236 Creati, John F., Spring Mount, 243 Credlin, William, Thalia, z8o Cregan, Edward, Dimboola, 103 Creighton, C., Hazel Glen, 408 Creighton, John, Bundoora, 423 Creighton, William, Epping, 423 Creswick, Charles, Banyena, 103 Crews, John B., J.P., Prahran, 471 Crichton, John, Kensington, 688 Crichton, Robert, Portarlington, i62 Crick, James, Gymbowen, 125 Crilley, John H., Albert Park, 597 Crisp, Rev. J. W., Melbourne, 471 Crocker,. George, Ballarat, 184 Crockett, Wm. G., St. James, 297 Croker, Michal G., Charlton, z8o Cromb, John, Upper Maffra, 37t Cromie, J., J.P., Rupanyup, 10 3 Crompton, C. W., South Melb., 634 Cromwell, J. W., Fern Tree G., 408 Cronk, H., Ballarat, 195 Crook, J, E., Bacchus Marsh, 423

29 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO VOL, IT. 809 Crooke, Jacob, Miners Rest, sot Croon, John, Portland, 53 Cropley, George, Wyndham, 56z Cropley, John, Derriinut, 423 Cross, Andrew, Daylesford, 243 Cross, Charles, Kaniva, 125 Cross, Rev. G. F., Beechworth, 340 Cross, John Footscray, 702 Cross, John, Lawloit, 525 Cross, Joseph, Lyndhurst, 393 Cross, William, Tatura, 298 Croskell, James, Frankston, 393 Crossland, Jeremiah, S. Melb., 726 Crosswell, E. R., Whittlesea, 408 Crotllers, Alexander, Kaniva, 125 Crothers and Co., Stawell, sot Crotty, Maurice, Keilor, 423 Crouch, Alfred C., Yarupy, 125 Crouch, Thomas J., Melbourne, 515 Crouch, William, Kaniva, 125 Croucher, Henry, Kergunyah, 340 Croucher, James, Bungeet, 298 Crough, James, Springfield, 423 Crow, Francis, Gisborne, 423- Crow, Joseph, Numurkah, 298 Crow, Thomas, Cannum, 103 Crowle Bros., East Melbourne, 634 Crowle, Malachi, Raywood, 269 Crowson, John, North Fitzroy, 634 Crowther, George H., Brighton, 515 Croxton, Richard, Bethanga, 340 Crozier, John, Geelong, 152 Cruell, John, Collingwood, 727 Cruickshank & Waters, Hamilton, 59 Cruickshank, James, Jindivick, 371 Cruikshank, Wm., Kirkstall, 48 Cruse, Thos., Melbourne, 710 Crymble, John, Lauriston, 243 Cullen, Edward, Nulla Nulla, 423 Cullen, John, Kerang, z8o Cullen, John, Waaia, 298 Culliver, Edward, Horsliam, 95 Culph, Charles, Milawa; 340 Cuming, Smith and Co., Melb., 597 Cummins, John, Bonegilla, 340 Cummins, Thomas, Kiata, 125 Cummins, Wm., Camperdown, 80 Cumming, Alexander, Donald, 103 Cumming, Donald, Yarck, 327 Cumming, James, Melbourne, 515 Cummings, Edward, Cowwarr, 37t Cunnack, George, Castlemaine, 243 Cunningham, John, Jung Jung, 503 Cunningham, M., Spring Creek, 340 Cunningham, T., Brthn, Tambo, 362 Cunningham, Wm. J., Minyip, 504 Curdie, Dr., Cobden, 80 Curr, Edward Fl., Melbourne, 471 Curran, Cornelius, Horsham, 95 Curran, Michael, Pimpinio, 104 Curran, Reginald H., Romsey, 403 Currie, Arch., and Co., Melb., 56o Currie, Daniel, Langdon's Hill, 243 Currie, Gilbert, Mt. Wycheprf., 280 Currie, James, Pakenham, 393 Currie, John, Lardner's Track, 371 Currie, John L., St. Kilda, 471 Currie, John, Melbourne, 56o Currie, Wm., New Pakenham, 393 Currie, Rev. W., Kyneton, 471 Curtain, John, Glenmaggie, 371 Curtin, Joseph, Oakleigh, 734 Curtin, James, Melbourne, 634 Curtis, James, Ballarat, 595 Curwen and Co., Ascot Vale, 634 Cussen and Ingpen, Casterton, 6z Cust, Thomas C., Warrnambool, 34 Custance, James, Wooroonoke, 280 Cuthbert, Hon. Henry, Melb., 471 Cuthbert, James, Queensferry, 393 Cutter, Chr. W. R., Richmond, 515 Cutter, John D., Richmond, 702 Cutter, Lawrence E., Ballarat, 184 Cutts, Jos. E., J.P., Wycheprf., 280 Cuzens, James, Balmoral, 6z Dabb, Samuel, Maldon, 259 Dabron, John, Sebastian, 269 Dainty, Harry, Pyramid Hill, s8t Dakin, Thomas, Melbourne, 634 Dale, William, Wangaratta, 340 Dalgleish, W. J., Warragul, 371 Dalgleish & Thompson, Melb., 597 Dailey, Charles, Hawthorn, 723 Dalley, John, Bellaring, t6z Dalrymple, Thomas, P. Melb., 727 Dalrymple, W., Fitzroy, 597 Dalton,.S. M., Prahran, 666 Daly, Dominick, Clifton Hill, 666 Daly, Charles N., Richmond, 634 Daly, H. O'B., J.P., Dunolly, 220 Daly, Peter, Indigo Creek, 340 Daly, William Morwell, 375 Dalziel, William J., Melbourne, 597 Damm, John, Gundowring, 340 Damyon Bros., St. Kilda, 597 Dando, John, North Richmond, 597 Dane, R. W. Stawell, zot I)anforth, H. R. T., Allan's Flat, 340 Dangerfield, C., & Co., S. Melh., 597 Daniel, Dr. F., Nortli Fitzroy, 5t5 Daniel, Rev. G., Brighton, 471 Daniel, John, Whittlesea, 408 Daniels, John, Collingwood, 688 Danks, J., and Son, Melbourne, 598 Dann, T., J.P., Leigh-road, 56z Darcy, W., South Melbourne, 634 Darcy, James, Ballan, ztt Darcy, Patrick F., Greendale, ztt Dardal, James H., Batesford, 56z Dare, Douglas, St. Kilda, 58o Darke, Win. W., Spring Vale, 472 Darly, Richard, Tarranginnie, iz5 Darmody, John, Broadmeadows, 423 Dart, Thomas, Kiata, tz5 Davenport, T., Lower Everton, 340 Davey, B. W., Malvern, 634 Davey, Chas. E., Frankston, 393 Davey, Flack & Co., Melb., 560 Davey, Thos., J.P., Heidelberg, 738 Davey, Wiliam, Frankston, 393 Davey, William J., Kerang, z8t David, James, Yarroweyah, 298 Davidson, G. S., Warrnambool, 34 Davidson, Jas., Burnley, 688 Davidson, James, Murtoa, 104 Davidson, James, Rosedale, 371 Davidson, John, Woodford, 40 Davidson, William, Harcourt, 243 Davidson, W. S., Minyip, 504 Davie, A. R., & Co., Ballarat, 584 Davie, Geo., Cheltenham, 738 Davie, James, Creswick, 243 Davie, William, Windsor, 598 Davies and Steel, Fitzroy, 714 Davies, D. M., J.P., Buninyong, zit Davies, David, Navarre, zz6 Davies, J. A., Williamstown, 554 Davies, John, Harcourt, 243 Davies, John, Warngar, 140 Davies, John, Warrnambool, 34 Davies, J. H., M.A., Caulfield, 515 Davies, Hon. M. H., Melb., 472 Davies, Price & Wighton, Melb., 555 Davies, Mrs. S., Woodend, 232 Davies, 'W., J.P., Albert Park, 580 Davies, William, Creswick, 243 Davies, William, Coburg, 555 Davies, William, Collingwood, 634 Davies, William M., Tarnagulla, zz6 Davine, Patrick, Collingwood, 598 Davis, G. E. & A., Wyndham, 562 Davis, Daniel, Bairnsdale, 362 Davis, Edward, Horsham, 95 Davis, Geo. E., Port Melbourne, 702 Davis, John A., Yarraville, 634 Davis, James, West Wodonga, 340 Davis, Victor, Port Melbourne, 723 Davis, William H., Lockwood, 274 Davis, Wm., Upper Hawthorn, 634 Davison, George, Melbourne, 598 Daw, Charles, Baringhup, 259 Daw, Joseph, Nhill, 126 Dawes, Roht. W., Hawthorn, 688 Daws, Frederick, Longwarry, 372 Dawson, Frank, Fitzroy, 634 Dawson, James, Camperdown, 80 Dawson, Michael, Brunswick, 472 Dawson, William H., Ararat, sot Dawson, William, Maidstone, 738 Day, David C., Prahran, 688 Day, F. W., Kinimakatka, 526 Day, G. B., Tarranginnie, 526 Day, James, Ballarat, 585 Day, James, Devenish, 298 Day, James, Kerang, z8t Day, John J., Lake Rowan, 298 Day, Walter, Tarranginnie, iz6 Deague, W. H., North Fitzroy, 635 Deakin, Hon. A., M.L.A., Melb., 472 Deakin, T. J., J.P., Daylesford, 243 Deakin, William, Heathcote, 298 Dean, John, Kiata, tz6 Dean, Wm. & Co., Melbourne, 560 Deane, Patrick, J.P., Wahring, 298 Deane, Dr. C. M., Geelong, 152 Deane, Edward, S. Yarra, 723 Deans, A., Ararat, zot Deans, David, Lillimur, 126 Deary, Geo., & Son, Footscray, 598 Debney Bros., Flemington, 598 De Castella and Rowan, Melb., 668 Degenhardt, Friedrich, Murtoa, 504 Degenhardt, G. J. W., Murtoa, 504 De Grandi, Louts, Meredith, 56z He Gruchy, John, Kyneton, 232 Delahey, William, Keilor, 423 Delany, Isaac W., Jumbunna, 393 Delany, Martin, Barmah, 298 Delbridge, Edwd., J.P., Fitzroy, 472 Delbridge, J., J.P., Sandhurst, 269 De Little, H. F., Caramut, 6z Delves, John, Melbourne, 598 Dempsey, David, N. Melbourne, 635 Debeey, John P., Fitzroy, 713 Dennis, Alexander, Birregurra, 82 Dennis, W. H., J.P., Northcote, 635 Dennys, Charles J., Geelong, 153 Densley, Henry, Ballan, zti Denton and Co., Melbourne, 598 Denton Bros., North Hamilton, 59 Denton, John J., Collingwood, 580 Denton Mills, Collingwood, 598 De Pury, Guillaume, Yeringberg, 408 Derham, Hon. F. T., Melb., 472 Derham, Harry A., Melbourne, 561 Derhatn, Thos. B., Braybrook, 738 Derrick, Samuel, Lancefield, 423 Derrick, William, Lancefield, 423 Derrick, H., Tallangatta Valley, 340 Deschamps, Alph., Mulgrave, 738 Deschamps, Augustus, Lilydale, 408 Deschamps, Mrs. C., Lilydale, 408 Deschamps, Clement, Lilydale, 408 Detmold, Wm., Melbourne. 472 Deutscher, Johann, Murtoa, 104 Deutscher, Traugott M., Murtoa, 104 Devenay, David, Bunyip, 393 Devereux, J. C., Warracknabeal, 104 Devine, Anthony, Moolap, 5Cz Devine, John, Little River, 162 Devlen, Walter, Mooroopna W., 298 Devlin, Daniel, Egerton, 252 Dewer, William, Essendon, 515 Dewar, Mrs. C., Sebastian, 269 Dewar, John, Moolap, 162 Dewar, John, South Yarra, 635 Dibb, Joshua, Muckleford, 259 Dibley (G.) and Sons, Melb., 635 Dick, Alexander, J.P., Geelong. 153 Dickason, G. H., Richmond, 598 Dicken, Henry, Drouin West, 372 Dickins, W. A., Melbourne, 719 Dickenson, T., J.P., Sebastopol, 185 Dickins; John, Bulla, 424 Dickins, Wm., Richmond, 748 Dickinson, Dr. G. D., Moonee P., 5t5 Dickson, A., Kororoit Creek, 424 Dickson (J.), and Co., Melb., 668 Dickson, James, Braybrook, 515 Dickson, Jas., Newport, 753 Dickson, Peter, Maddingley, 162 Dickson, S. G., Melbourne, 598 Diffy, Seth, Bontherambo, 345 Dillon, Burrows and Co., Melb., 684 Dillon, John, Myrniong, 252 Dillon, Thomas, Charlton, s8t Dines, H., Richmond, 727 Dingle, E., Ballarat East, t85 Dingle, Laverick & Co., Ballarat, 585 Dinsdale, Peter, Bontherambo, 341 Dimond, James, Dromana, 393 Disher, John, North Cannum, 104 Disher, Robert, Murrawurra, 104 Ditterick, Joseph, Bloomfield, 372 Divan, Patrick, Lake Rowan, 298 Dixon, E. J,, J.P., Prahran, 580 Dixon, Hy. Edwin, S. Melb., 688 Dixon, P. G., & Co., W. Melb., 666 Dobbin, Dr. W. H., Moonee Ponds, 515 Dobbyn, Dr. W. A., Beechworth, 34t Dowell Bros., St. Melbourne, 668 Dobie, Watson, Windsor, 727 Dobson, Hon. F. S., Melbourne, 427 Dobson, J. T., Fern Tree Gully, 408 Dobson, John, Springhurst, 341 Dobson, T., jun., Fern Tree G., 408 Dodd, Napoleon J., Melbourne, 688 Dodds, Samuel, Richmond, 635 Dods, Miss Agnes, Brunswick, 555 Dods, Richard, Marong, 269 Dodsworth, John, Wangaratta, 34t Doel, Richard, Barwo, 298 Doel, William, Barwo, 298 Doig and Hall, Williamstown, 668 Dolan, Bernard, Bulla, 424 Dolphin, James, Daylesford, 243 Dolphin, Oliver, Frankston, 393 Dolphin, William, Blampied, 243 Don Wiman, and Co., Melb., 759 Donaghy, J., M.L.A., Geelong, 553 Donald, C., Naringaningalook, 298 Donaldson, John, Ivanhoe; 515 Donaldson, James T., Ivanhoe, 738 Donaldson, William, Numurkah, 298 Donaldson, John Raywood, 269 Donaldson, William, Merrigum, 298 Donaldson, W., Tooborac, 236 Donnelly, A., Mount Prospect, 244 Donnelly, John, Lyndhurst, 393 Donoghue, Eliza, Toolamba, 299 Donovan, Denis, Tallangatta, 34t Donovan, R., Flemington, 669 Donovan, William, Melbourne, 719 Doolan, W. C. and B., Preston, 734 Dooley, William, Bairnsdale, 362 Doran, George, St. Kilda, 516 Dorsa, Lawrence, Chiltern, 341 Dorward, John, Dunolly 220 Douch, H. W., Williamstown, 668 Dougall, John, Ascot, 244 Dougall, Thos., Wallan Wallan, 424 Doughney, John, Geelong, 153 Doughney, J. J., Mortlake, 82 Douglas, Gavin, J.P., Lillimur, 126 Douglas, John, Borung, zzo Douglas, Johri W., Caulfield, 635 Douglas, John, Laanecoorie, 274 Douglas, Joseph, Northcote, 635 Douglas, Thomas, Rutherglen, 341 Douglas, William L., Boort, z8t Douglas, James, Barrakee, zzo Doull, James, Geelong, 153 Dove, R. H., Melbourne, 635 Dow, George W., Banyena, 140 Dow, Hon. J. L., Kara Kara, 473 Dow, Thomas K., Essendon, 473 Dowding, John, Prahran, 688 Dowell, W. and A., Fitzroy, 598 Dowie, Archibald F., Moolort, 259 Dowling, George, S. Melbourne, Dowling, James, Colac, 8z 599 Dowling, Michael, Fitzroy, 702 Dowling, M., S. Melbourne, 635 Dowling, Hon. Thos., Darlington, 8s Downes, Edwin, Braybrook, 738 Downie, J. B., and.co., Melb., 561 Downie, John, Yea, 327 Downie, Thos., S. Melbourne, 688 Downs, Michael, St. James, 299 Downton, G., Avoca, zzo Doy, Elizabeth, Garvoc, 40 Doyle, Henry, Horsham, 95 Doyle, John, Casterton, 6z Drabsch, Gustav, Katyil, 104 Draper, Edward, Leneva, 345 Draper, Richard, Thalia, z85 Draper, Thomas, Raywood, 270 Drayton, E. and W., Footscray, 599 Drew, Amos L., Malvern, 5t6 Drew, F. A., Windsor, 714 Drew, Jonathan J., J.P., Sale, 372 Drewe, James, Windsor, 599 Drevermann, F. W., Bairnsdale, 362 Drewett, Rev. Arth. J., Wodonga, 34t Drohan, M., North Fitzroy, 599 Drummond, George, Kerang, z85 Drummond, John, Tallangatta, 341 Drummond, Robert, Talgarno, 341 Drummond, William, Horsham, 96 Drury, John, Blackwood, 252 Drysdale, William, Yea, 327 Dubberke, August, Harkaway, 394 Dubbeldan, A., Port Melbourne, 635 Duckett, Edward, Melbourne, 561 Ducret, Alphonse, Stratford, 372 Duddy, William, Healesville, 408 Duff; Alex., South Yarra, 689 Duff John, Baringhup, 259 Du Feu, James, Melbourne, 599 Du Feu, J., jun., Melbourne, 599 Duffy, James. Naringaningalook, 299 Duffy, Patrick, Brunswick, 702 Dugdale, Lawrence, Myrniong, 25s Duggan, Thos., S. Melbourne, 702 Duguid, A. E., Melbourne, 516 Dukes, Charles, Armadale, 635 Duke, Thos. A., Mooroopna N., 299 Dummett, E., and Co., Melb., 561 Dun, Wiman and Co., Melb., 719 Dunbar, Duncan, Morwell, 372 Duncan, Andrew, Natimuk, 126 Duncan, Dr. James, Bairnsdale, 362 Duncan, Mrs. I., Heidelberg, 738 Duncan, W., J.P., Rupanyup, 504 Duncan,; W., Greensborough, Dunham, John, Windsor, Dungate, Wm., Fitzroy, 702 Dungey, T. B., J.P., Kaniva, t26 Dunkley, Henry, S. Brighton, 7oz Dunleavy, A., Yarroweyah, 299 Dunleavey, J., Dunbulbalane, 299 Dunlop, John A. W., Poowong, 394 Dunlop, John, Melbourne, 727 Dunlop, Robert, Oxley, 341 Dunn, Alfred, Melbourne, 516 Dunn, Edmond, Broadmeadows, 424 Dunn, Frederic, Kew, 473 Dunn, John, Rochford, 424 Dunn, Joseph, Mt. Wycheproof, s8t Dunn, Peter, Undera, 299 Dunne & Brabhame, Malvern, 615 Dunne, James, Koroit, 48 Dunne, James, Wooroonoke, 281 Dunne, John, Prahran, 473 Dunne, Michael J., Koroit, 48

30 8 i o VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT Dunne, Terry, Coburg, 738 Dunoon, Dunstan George, Colac, 82 & Hearnden, N. Crltn, 635 Dunstan, John, Brunswick, 727 Dunstan, Ralph, Kiewa, 341 Dunstan, T. K., Springhurst, 341 Dunster, J. W., North Carlton, 669 Durham, Thomas B., Boort, 281 Durkin, Michael, Newport, 714 Duschka, Fried., Sheep Hills, 104 Duxson, James, Navarre, 227 Dwyer, Daniel, Girgarre, 299 Dwyer, John, Boort, 281 Dwyer, Joseph, Melbourne, 516 Dwyer, Michael, Kyneton, 232 Dwyer, Peter B., Geelong, 153 Dwyer, Thomas, Mia Mia, 232 Dwyer, William, Kyabram, 299 Dyason and Son, Collingwood, 669 Dyer, Edward, Hawthorn, 689 Dyer, Edward D., Surrey Hills, 581 Dyer, George, Thonlastown, 424 Dynan, Patrick, jun., Yan Yean, 408 Dyson, Louis A., Hawthorn, 581 Fade, Joel, J.P., Collingwood, 516 Eades, W., High Camp Plains, 236 Eadie, John, J.P., Sunbury, 424 Earl, Joseph, Indigo Creek, 341 Earl, Samuel, Collingwood, 727 Eason, John, St. Kilda, 635 Eastick, James, Jung Jung, 1o5 Eastick, Robert, Tarranginnie, 126 Eastick, Thomas, Jung Jung, io5 Easton Bros., Kensington, 599 Easton, James, Tooborac, 236 Eastwood, F. C., North Fitzroy, 723 Eastwood, G. H., Minyip, io5 Eaton and Son, Collingwood, 635 Eccles, Dr. Jas. H., Armadale, 516 Edelsten, David, and Co.. Melb., 561 Edelsten, Edwd., St. Arnaud, 220 Edgar, David, J P., Harrow, 6z Edgcumbe, Frank E., Melb., 561 Edgcumbe, Wm. J., Windsor, 599 Edgecumbe, Adlphs., Healsville, 408 Edhouse, H., Stawell, 201 Edmanson, G. E., Albert Park, 636 Edmonds, J. H., Clear Lake, 142 Edmonds, Jas., Carlton, 689 Edmondson, Fredk., Yarraville, 599 Edmondson, John, Harkaway, 394 Edmunds, James, Wodonga, 341 Edmondson, W., J.P., Birregurra, 82 Edney, Walter, J.P., Jindivick, 372 Edsall, Edwd. S., J.P., Malvern, 516 Edwards and Kaul, Melbourne, 6oo Edwards, Charles H., Carlton, 636 Edwards, Edward, Baringhup, 259. Edwards, Jas., North Fitzroy, 723 Edwards, John, Ballarat, 185 Edwards, Norval, Castlemaine, 244 Edwards, Thus., Bacchus Marsh, 424 Edwards, Thos., Hawthorn, 689 Edwards, Wm., Carlton, 748 Edwards, William, Dromana, 394 Edwards, William, Taripta, 299 Egan, Mrs. E., West Charlton, 281 Egan, James; Greendale, 212 Egan, John, Ballan, 212 Egan, John, Eganstown, 244 Egan, John, Picola, 299 Egan, Martin, Bungeluke, 281 Egan, Bvtatthew, Macedon, 424 Egan, Morgan, Devenish, 299 Egan, Patrick, Bonegilla, 341 Egan, Patk., J.P., Brighton, 723 Egkington, Robert, Kaniva, 126 Eikmari, Adam, Chiltern, 341 Eilenberg & Zeltner, Melbourne, 6oi Einsiedel, P. W., Beaconsfield, 394 Eknian (R. A.), & Sons, W. Melb., 6oo Eldridge, Henry, Garvoc, 40 Eldsia, P. V., Christmas Town, 341 Elite Photo. Gallery, Melb., 512 Elkington, John, Lorne, 82 Elkington, Victor, Winchelsea, 82 Ellen, George, Navarre, 221 Ellen, William, Murmungee, 342 Ellerker (W. H.) and Kilburn (E. G.), Melbourne, 516 Ellery, Josiah, Golden Point, 244 Ellery, R. L. J., South Yarra, 473 Elliott, Adam, Allan's Flat, 342 Elliott, Chas., Northcote, 689 Elliot, Edward, Bromley, 227 Elliott, F. A., Warrnambool, 34 Elliott, James, Boorahman, 342 Elliott, James, Maldon, 259 Elliott, Thomas, Bamganiie, 162 Ellis, Alex., Fitzroy, 703 Ellis, Charles, Moe South, 372 Ellis, Cornelius, Goorambat, 299 Ellis, Mrs. E.; Braybrook, 738 Ellis, Erskine T., Staghorn Flat, 342 Ellis, Geo., Toorak, 727 Ellis, James A., Jindivick, 372 Ellis, Joseph, Armadale, 727 Ellis, Philip, F. Brunswick, 727 Ellis, Robert, Spottiswoode, 636 Ellis, Saml. M., Carlton, 703 Ellis, Thomas, Windsor, 6oi Ellison, John T., Preston, 738 Ellwood, Richard, Kingston, 244 Elkington, Hamilton P., Narioka, 299 Emberson, Walter, Kensington, 636 Feore, J. S., Upper Hawthorn, 689 Fergie, Alfred W., Fitzroy, 517 Ferguson and Co., Brunswick, 58i Ferguson, A., Bobinawarrah, 342 Ferguson, Daniel, Barwo, 300 Ferguson, D., L.L.B., Wodcnga, 342 Ferguson, G. C., Mt. Arapiles, 127 Ferguson, George, Milawa, 342 Ferguson, Gilbert, J.P., Mysia, 281 Ferguson, H., Bowman's Forest, 342 Ferguson, Hugh, Bobinawarrah, 342 Ferguson, j., J.P., Blackwood, 424 Embling, Dr. Thomas, Kew, 474 Ferguson, Jas., Doctor's Creek, 202 Emery, Elbridge G., Melbourne, 561 Ferguson, John, Milawa, 342 Emery, Michl., Preston, 734 Ferguson, Mephan, Carlton, 6o1 Emmerson, Daniel, Maribyrnong, 738 Ferguson, Neil D., Buln Buln, 372 Empire Buildings, Melbourne, 583 Ferguson, R., Upper Maffra, 372 England, Henry, Prahran, 636 Ferguson, William, Drysdale, 163 English, Edward, Little River, 162 English, James, Lara, 163 English, Rev. P. J., Wangaratta, 342 Enscoe, William, J.P., Merino, 53 Erhardt, Frederick J., Kalkee, 105 Erhardt, John, J.C., Kalkee, 105 Errey, Thos. P., Camperdown, 82 Erwin, William, Callawadda, 139 Ethell, Daniel, Armadale, 636 Eustace, James, Tallangatta, 342 Evan, James, Benalla, 327 Evans, David, Malvern, 636 Evans, George, Bealiba, 227 Evans, George A., Nurmurkah, 299 Evans, George de Lacy, Melb., 517 Evans, Isaac, Pentland Hills, 212 Evans, Isaac, Trafalgar, 372 Evans, James, Timmering, 299 Evans, James, Wbodend, 232 Evans, R., Moonee Ponds, 636 Evans, Mrs. Sabina, Mysia, 281 Evans, Thomas G., Kerang, 281 Evans, William, S. Melbourne, 6o1 Everard and Dunn, Ararat, 202 Everard, Fred. 5,A1., Kingston, 244. Everett, C., South Melbourne, 636 Everett, George, Fitzroy, 636 Ewing, Rev. J. F., Toorak, 474 Ewing, Thos. A., J.P., Tylden, 232 Exell, Henry, Jung Jung, ro5 Exley, Jas., S. Brighton, 723 Eyton, Thomas, Melbourne, 6o1 Fahey, Paul, Beaconsfield, 394 Fairbairn, Lachlan A., Ballan, 212 Fairbridge, Robt. 0., S. Yarra, 689 Fairless, Wm., Baulkamaugh, 299 Fairman, Robert J., Barwo, 299 Fairview Ropeworks, Geelong, 153 Fairweather, Chas. A., Lillimur,127 Falconer, John, J.P., Fitzroy, 517 Falkenreich, Theodor, S. Melb., 703 Falkingham, Jonathan, Brighton, 636 Falla, Robert John, Creswick, 244 Fallick & Shaw, Moonee Ponds, 636 Fanning, Joseph, Charlton, 281 Fanning, P., Cape Schanck, 163 Faragher, Peter, Drouin, 372 Faragher, Thomas, Bloomfield, 372 Farmer, G. and J., Ballarat, 185 Farmer, Oswald, S. Melbourne, 636 Farmers' Pro. Co. of Aus., Melb., 719 Farmer, S., Tarranginnie, 127 Farquhar, E., S. Melbourne, 636 Farquharson, J., Joyce's Creek, 260 Farquharson, Peter, Corop, 300 Farr, Thomas, Tungamah, 300 Farrall, S. H., J.P., Raywood, 270 Farrar, H. W., and Co., Melb., 561 Farrar, Matthew, Shelford, 163 Farrell, James, Tallangatta, 342 Farrell, R. C., Strathmerton, 300 Farrell, Robert, Windsor, 636 Farrell, Thos., Preston, 739 Farrer, Thomas, Warrnambool, 34 Farrell, William K., Areegra, 105 Farrell, William C., Yarra Flats, 408 Farrer, John, Woodford, 40 Faulkner, James, Dunolly, 220 Fawcett, Septimus, Katunga, 300 Fay, William, Lillimur, 127 Fawthrop, Arthur S., Woorak, 127 Featherston, John, Richmond, 727 Fechler, Joseph, Horsham, 96 Fechner, Ernest, Dimboola, 105 Federal Coffee Palace, Melb., 669 Feely, Michael, Willung, 372 Fegent, T. G., Dunbulbalane, 300 Fehon, Wm. M., J.P., Malvern, 581 Feild, W. G., J.P., Collingwood, 474 Feltham, G. H., Goorambat, 300 Felton, Grimwade & Co., Melb., 6oi Fenton, Alfred, & Sons, Melb., 561 Fenton, David, Cobden, 82 Fenton, Robert, Newport, 636 Fenton, Samuel J., Violet Town, 327 Ferguson, W. M., Camperdown, 82 Ferguson, William, Mangalore, 300 Ferguson, W., S. Melbourne, 714 Ferguson, W., Sutton Grange, 260 Ferne, Arthur W., Melbourne, 710 Ferrari, Battista, Lower Moira, 300 Ferris, Samuel, Kobyboyn, 327 Fiddes, Richard, Barnawartha, 342 Fiedler and Co., Melbourne, 602 Fiegert, Friedrich, Winiam, 127 Field, Alfred, Ballan, 212 Field, Daniel, South Melbourne, 636 Fielding, George, Wycheproof, 281 Filcock, Henry, Leichardt, 270 Fincham, George, Richmond, 6oz Fink, Lawrence, Bunyip, 394 Fink, B. J., M.L.A., Melbourne, 474 Finlay, John, J.P., St. Kilda, 517 Finlason, Eric, Castlemaine, 244 Finn, Edmund senr., Fitzroy, 474 Finn, John, Kiewa, 342 Finn, Lawrence, Port Fairy, 45 Finn, William, Drouin South, 372 Firebrace, William P., Prahran, 474 Fischer, Frederick, Carchap, 127 Fischer, George, Vectis East, 105 Fischer, Otto, Silverton, 748 Fisher, David, Port Melbourne, 6oz Fisher, Henry W. C., S. Yarra, 517 Fisher, John, Pyramid Hill, 281 Fisken, Archibald, Lal Lal, 212 Fitch, Ebenezer, St. Kilda, 637 Fitts, Arthur W., Kensington, 602 Fitzgerald Bros., Ballarat East, 185 Fitzgerald Bros., N. Melbourne, 714 Fitzgerald, Geo. S., Mortlake, 82 Fitzgerald, Hon. N., St. Kilda, 475 Fitzpatrick, Daniel, Bairnsdale, 362 Fitzpatrick, Denis, Melbourne, 710 Fitzpatrick, J. J., J.P., Ballarat, r8o Fitzroy Scale Factory, Fitzroy, 602 Fitzsimmons, H., E. Trentham, 232 Flack, Chas., Oakleigh, 739 Flack, George, Ballan, 212 Flack, G. W. D., Strathmerton, 300 Flanagan, Thos., Collingwood, 727 Flanagan, Wm., Clifton Hill, 637 Flannagan, L. J., Melbourne, 518 Flatman, George, Barrakee, 220 Flattely and Lewis, Ararat, 202 Flaxman, John, Warrnambool, 34 Fleer, E. C., Upper Hawthorn, 626 Fleetwood, Dr. T. F., Warrnambl., 34 Flegg, John, Morwell, 372 Fleming, Alexander, Kyneton, 232 Fleming, M., Morwell Bridge, 373 Fleming, Patk. M., J.P., Kalkee, 106 Fleming, William F., Kotupna, 300 Flemyng, J. B., J.P., Hastings, 394 Fletcher, Albert, South Yarra, 689 Fletcher, Charles, Bangerang, 106 Fletcher, Chester & Co., Melb., 669 Fletcher, Donald, Beechworth, 342 Fletcher, Dugald, Bangerang, 106 Fletcher George, Yarra Flats, 409 Fletcher, John, Branxholme, 53 Fletcher, John, Mornington, 394 Fletcher, John, Warrnambool, 34 Fletcher, Thomas, Marong, 270 Flew, Samuel, Spottiswoode, 637 Flewin, John, Morwell, 373 Flower, Chas. J., Beechworth, 342 Floyd, Green & Co., Richmond, 602 Fly, William, Armadale, 637 Flynn, William, Estcourt, 342 Foard, Robert, Bonegilla, 342 Fogarty, Patrick, Buln Buln, 373 Fogg, Samuel_Geo., Hamilton, 59 Foletti, Pietro, Daylesford, 244 Foley, John, Baulkamaugh, 300 Foley, J. W., Kew, 637 Foley, John, Kyneton, 232 Foley, Patrick, Gowerville, 739 Folingsby, Geo. F., Melbourne, 475 Foord, Alfred J., Ballarat E., 748 Foord, Roderick, J.P., Elmore, 270 Foote, John, Richmond, 637 Footscray and Malmsbury Stonecutting & Quarrying Company, 602 Forbes. Alexander, Eddington, 260 Ford, F. W. H., Brunswick F., 689 Ford, Fredk., Richmond, 703 Ford, John, Burramine, 300 Ford, Richard, Melbourne, 475 Ford (Wm.) and Co., Melbourne, 669 Fordham and Co., Melbourne, 669 Foreman, G. and C., Charlton, 281 Forestal, John, Bungeet, 300 Forge, Robert, Kotupna, 300 Formby, Robert, Castlemaine, 244 Forrest, C. L., El LA., Colac, 82 Forrest, John, Clarendon, 212 Forrest, John, Noradjuha, 127 Forrest, Thomas, Lillimur, 128 Forrester, Richard, Collingwood, 669 Forster, Charles C., Stawell, 202 Forster, James, South Melb., 637 Forster, John C., Bethanga, 342 Forsyth,. James, Upper Maffra, 373 Fortescue, G. E., Tallangatta, 343 Foss, R., North Fitzroy, 727 Foss, T., Ballarat, 185 Foster and Martin, Melbourne, 518 Foster, David, Port Melbourne, 637 Foster, Mrs. E., Wyndham, 163 Foster, Robert M., Charlton, 281 Foster, William, Tungamah, 300 Fotheringham, Thomas, Orville, 227 Fowler, Edmund, Baulkamaugh, 300 Fowler, Peter, Buninyong, 212 Fowles, Wm,, Blakeville-road, 212 Fox, Dr. H. T., Beechworth, 343 Fox, James, East Richmond, 637 Fox, j ames H., Melbourne, 518 Fox, John, Melbourne, 720 Fov, Francis, J.P., Lancefield, 424 Foy, John, Lake Rowan, 300 Frame, Mrs. J., Little River, 163 Francis, James 0., Drysdale, 163 Francis, James, Lockwood, 274 Francis, R. H., Melbourne, 475 Francis, S., J.P., Brighton, 637 Francis, W., Narrewarren, 409 Francome, Edward, Darlimurla, 373 Frankcom, Thomas, Kew, 703 Frankenberg, S., and Co., Melb., 563 Frankland, Henry, Whorouly, 343 Franklin, Frederick, Minyip, io6 Franklin, H., Broadmeadows, 424 Frankston Fish Company, 394 Fraser, A., Timmering East, 301 Fraser and Co. Ltd., Melbourne, 563 Fraser, Daniel, Neerim South, 373 Fraser, Donald K., Ballan, 212 Fraser, Donald, Timmering, 301 Fraser, Henry, Lara, 163 Fraser, Hugh, Kew, 689 Fraser, Jason, West Melbourne, 637 Fraser, John, Horsham, 96 Fraser, John, Yarroweyah, 301 Fraser, Malcolm, Wangaratta, 343 Fraser, Robert, Moonee Ponds, 735 Fraser, Robert, South Melb., 637 Fraser, Hon. Simon, Toorak, 518 Fraser, Wm. Jackson, Portland, 53 Fraser, Wm., Langdon's Hill, 244 Frauenfelder, A. H., Murtoa, ro6 Frayne, William, Stawell, 202 Frazer, James, Pelluebla, 301 Freame, F. J., Port Melbourne, 689 Freckleton & M`Callum, Pt. Fry, 45 Freckleton, George, Buln Buln, 373 Freedman, Abraham, Horsham, 96 Freehold Investment and Banking Co, of Australia Limited, 543 Freeman, Frederick, Ballarook, 128 Freeman, G. r. W., Richmond, 637 Freeman, John, Daylesford, 244 Freeman, John, Wyndham, 163 Freeman, Thomas, Janefield, 424 Frees, J. P., Melbourne, 727 French, Edw. W. L., Horsham, 96 French, George, Williamstown, 723 Frewer, John B., Peushurst, 63 Frewin, William, Queenscliff, 163 Frey, H., and Co., Melbourne, 563 Friar, David, Yarra Flats, 409 Fricke, F., Carisbrook, 245 Fricker, John G., Blackwood, 424 Fritsch, F., Tarranginnie, 128 Fritsch, Holzer & Co., Hawthn, 638 Frost, A. E., S. Melbourne, 689 Frost, Frederick, Abbotsford, 727 Frowd Isaac, Kyabram, 301 Fry James, and Co., Donald, ro6 Fry, James, and Co. Ltd., Melb., 563 Fry, James, Newlyn, 245 Fry, Samuel, Devenish, 301 Fry, W., Upper Hawthorn, 689 Fudge, Henry, Elmore, 270

31 Fuge, Frederick, Traralgon Fuller, Alfred, Kew, 602 W., 373 Fuller, Frederick P., N. Melb., 689 Fuller, Thomas, Tongala, 301 Fuller, W. H., N. Melbourne, 689 Fuller, William, South Yarra, 727 Fulton, Andrew, Horsham, 96 Fulton, Hugh, Timmering, 301 Fulton, John, Melbourne, 602 Fumberger, C., Daylesford, 245 Furnell, James, J.P., Mologa, 281 Furphy, Samuel, Corop, 3or Gadd, Wm. B., J.P., Avenel, 327 Gadd, W. Smithers, & Ross, Mel., 518 Galbraith, P., J.P., Stawell, 202 Galbraith, Wm., J.P., Melb., 475 Gall, John, Euroa, 327 Gallager, John, Tarranginme, 128 Galliers and Klaerr, St. Kilda, 6o2 Gallin, J., and Son, Koroit, 48 Gallop Bros., Portarlington, 163 Gallop Bros., South Yarra, 604 Galloway, Robert, Majorca, 245 Gamble, J., East Brunswick, 638 Gamlin, Robert, Melbourne, 639 Gange, Joseph, Narracan, 373 Ganz and Co., Melbourne, 604 Garden, W. C., Swan Hill, 281 Gardiner, Alexander, Gisborne, 424 Gardiner & Bryant, Footscray, 604 Gardiner, C. A., S. Melbourne, 727 Gardiner, R. G., Yannathan, 373 Gardiner, W., Glenvale, 426 Gardiner, W., Warracknabeal, 1o6 Gardner, Alonzo, Malvern, 669 Gardner, E.. D., Melbourne, 720 Gardner, John M., Milawa, 343 Gardner, William, Sale, 373 Garde, Matthias, Warranooka, io6 Garead, Mrs. Mary, Yarra Flats, 409 Garfield, William E., Brighton, 518 Garnham, William, Lang Lang, 373 Garry, Patrick, East Trentham, 233 Garton, James, J.P., Melb., 518 Garvey, Jas., Melbourne, 703 Garvey, Michael, Osborne's Flat, 343 Garvey, Patrick, Osborne's Flat, 343 Garwood, George, Prahran, 5r8 Gascoigne, Benjamin, Benalla, 327 Gaston, Joseph, Kiata North, 128 Gatehouse, James, South Yarra, 475 Gates & Son, S. Melbourne, 638 Gates, John J., Quantong, ro6 Gates, William, Footscray, 714 Gaul, Alexander, Warrnambool, 34 Gaulton, William, Castlemaine, 245 Gaunson, D., M.L.A., Melbourne, 475 Gaunt, E. & W. A., Williamstown, 6o2 Gaunt, Walter, Braybrook, 739 Gaunt, W. H., J.P., Ballarat, r8o Gawith, Joseph H., Lubeck, io6 Gay, Mrs. A., S. Melbourne, 68) Gaynor, Thomas, Parkville, 638 Gazzard, F. W., Allansford, 40 Gearing, J. H., Maryborough, 220 Geddes, James, Carlsruhe, 233 Gee, George, Ballan, 212 Gee, John, Flemington, 703 Geer, Rev. Wm. H., Ballan, 213 Geilhofer, R., Warrnambool, 34 George, Alfred H., Melbourne, 710 George, Josiah, Chiltern, 343 George, Thos. H., E. Brighton, 703 George, Thomas, S. Brighton, 518 George, William H., Tongala, 301 Gellatly, Robert, Lubeck, io6 Gellie, William, Camperdown, 82 Gemnlell, 'Puckett & Co., Melb., 563 Geraghty, Michael, Glenaroua, 236 Gerrand, Hamilton, Sale, 373 Gibaud and Sons, Fitzroy, 604 Gibb, Alexander, Campbellfield, 426 Gibbard, Thomas, Redesdale, 233 Gibbons, Henry, Richmond, 703 Gibbins, John F., Melbourne, 518 Gibbons, Thomas, Abbotsford, 519 Gibbs, Harry B. Melbourne, 51 g Gibbs, John, Portland, 53 Gibson, Gavin, Melbourne, 563 Gibson, George, Northcote, 689 Gibson, Hugh, junr., Newport, 638 Gibson, James senr., Newport, 638 Gibson, John, Port Fairy, 45 Gibson, John, Whittlesea, 409 Gibson, R. H., Collingwood, 727 Gibton, R., L.L.D., Warrnamb'l, 34 Gidney, John Hy., Braybrook, 739 Gilbert, Mrs. E., E. Brunswick, 689 Gilby, Richard, Digger's Rest, 426 Giles, Alfred, St. Arnaud, 220 Giles, Fred. P., Wooroonoke, 28i Giles, Jas., Dimboola, so6 Giles, Wm. Hy., Yellingip, 107 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO VOL, IL Gill and Boston, Richmond, 604 Gourlay, Robert, Melbourne, 6o5 Gill, Richard, Colac, 82 Govett, George, J.P., Kyneton, 233 Gill, Thomas, Doogalook, 327 Govan, David, Jun., Footscray, 639 Gillam, John, Toongabbie, 373 Govan, James, sen., Footscray, 640 Gillam, 'Thomas G., Melbourne, 669 Grace, Jeremiah, Drouin West, 374 Gillanders, Kenneth, Cargarie, 163 Grace, Patrick, Richmond, 703 Gillespie, Alexander, Tongala, 301 Graham Bros., Rutherglen, 343 Gillespie, A., jun., Kyabram W., 301 Graham, David, Narracan, 374 Gillespie, Jas., & Co., Carlton, 669 Graham, Jacob, Rupanyup, 107 Gillespie, W., Melbourne, 720 Graham, Mrs. Mar., Caulfield, 669 Gillett, F. A., J.P., Mornington, 394 Graham, Rd., Bruthen Tambo, 362 Gillies, Hon. Duncan, Melb., 476 Graham, Richard, Lillimur, 128 Gillies, S., Coongulmerang, 362 Graham, R. S., J.P., Lancefield, 426 Gillis, Donald, Devenish, 301 Graham, R. W., East Melbourne, 690 Gillman, Francis, Melbourne, 519 Graham, Thomas, Bellarine, 163 Gillott, Croker, Snowden & Co., Graham, Thomas, Castlemaine, 245 Melbourne, 519 Graham, Wm., North Creswick, 245 Gilmore, Robert, Undera, 301 Grainger, Samuel, Footscray, 640 Gilmore, William, Tooborac, 236 Grand Hotel, Melbourne, 671 Gilsenan, Richard E., Bulla, 426 Grant, Alexander, Tylden, 233 Gimor, John, Merrigum, 301 I Grant, Donald, Moolort, 260 Gittus, Thomas, Melbourne, 604 Grant, James L., Richmond, 714 Gladigau, A. F. W., Natimuk, 128 Grant, James, Tallangatta, 343 Gladigau, Carl A., Natimuk, 128 Grant, John, Keilor, 426 Glasgow, John, Purnim, 40 Grant, Louis, Port Fairy, 45 Glass, Andrew, Undera, 301 Grant, Peter, Myrniong, 213 Glass, Bernard, Carlton, 604 Grant, Robert, Tooan, 128 Glasscock, Geo., Melbourne, 563 Grant, William, J.P., Rochford, 426 Glasson, Benjamin E., Kiewa, 343 Granter, Jas., Warrnambool, 34 Gleadell, Wm., J.P., Richmond, 638 Grantham, Charles J., Gordon, 213 Gledhill, R. H., Beechworth, 343 Grass, Henry, Little River, 163 Gleeson, Daniel, Cowwarr, 373 Grasset, M. L. W., Warragul, 374 Gleeson, John, Jindivick, 373 Graves, Geo., J.P., Daylesford, 245 Gleeson, Morty, Chiltern, 343 Graves, Hon. J. H., South Terra, 476 Gleeson, M., Warrnambool, 34 Gravier, J. B., Stawell, 202 Gleeson, P., Longwarry South, 373 Gray, Andrew, Pyramid Hill, 281 Glen, W. H., & Co., Melbourne, 563 Gray, Basil, Coburg, 477 Glendenning, Geo., Footscray, 689 Gray Bros., Melbourne, 710 Glenister, George, Hosrham, 96 Gray, Charles, Caramut, 477 Glenister, George, jun., Nhill, 128 Gray, Chas. W., and Co., Melb., 564 Glenny; Thomas, Ballan, 213 Gray, George, Terang, 82 Glennon, Mrs. A., Lillydale, 409 Gray, Richard, Lyndhurst, 394 Glew, John, Brunswick, 638 Gray, Roderick, Metcalfe, 233 Glew, Samuel, Brunswick, 639 Gray, Walter, Kerang, 281 Glew, William, Armadale, 639 Gray, Waring & Co., S. Meib., 6o5 Gloster, James, Seymour, 327 Gray, William, Karirnba, 302 Glover, G., South Melbourne, 690 Gray, Wm. Milne, Springhurst, 343 Glover, John M`Ara, Dunolly, 221 Grayson (John) & Sons, Fitzroy, 605 Glover, Mrs. Norah, Marong, 270 Greathead, Thomas, Richmond, 640 Glover, Onians & Co., Melb., 564 Green, H. W., Castlemaine, 245 Glover, Wm., & Co., S. Melb., 604 Green, John R. H., Fitzroy, 714 Glover, Wm., J.P., Woodend, 233 Greenaway, John, Neerim S., 374 Glowrey, Jas., Garvoc, 40 Greenberg, Sydney, Caulfield, 671 Glynn, Jas., Kew, 723 Greene, S., and Co., Fitzroy, 671 Gobbi, John, Oakleigh, 739 Greenham, William, Footscray, 690 Goble, Joseph, Port Fairy, 45 Greenhill, Jas., E. Brunswick, 690 Godby, Rev. C.. J., Melbourne, 476 Greenhill, Thomas, Tallangatta, 343 Goddard, B., Taripta, 301 Greening Bros., Warrnambool, 34 Godfrey and Denton, St. Kilda, 669 Greenlaw Bros., North Fitzroy, 640 Godfrey, Fred., N. Brighton, 6o5 Greenough, T., E. Brunswick, 640 Godfrey, F. R., J.P., St. Kilda, 476 Greenwell, George, Rosedale, 374 Godfrey, Henry, Horsham, 96 Greenwood, J. L., Gerang Gerung, 528 Goding, Hy., Oakleigh, 735 Greenwood, W. & F., Gisborne, 426 Goding, John, Oakleigh, 735 Gregg, Barry, South Brighton, 671 Godridge, H., Morwell Bridge, 373 Gregg, James, Longwarry East, 374 Goff, Henry, Daylesford, 245 Gregg, Richard, Poowong, 394 Goff, Herbert, E., Bunyip, 394 Gregory, Christopher, Elmore, 270 Gold, Charles Y., Albert Park, 476 Gregory, Josiah, Kew, 640 Golder, Richard, Miram Piraln, 128 Greig and Murray, Melbourne, 564 Golding, Jacob, Kaniva, 128 Grellat, J. F., Warracknabeal, 107 Goldsbrough, R. & Co. Ltd., Melb., 545 Grey, Rev. George, Carlton, 477 Goldsmith, Luke, Carlton, 703 Grey, Joseph H., Geelong, 153 Goldson, William, Flemington, 690 Gribbin, S. H., Blackwood, 426 Goldsworthy, John, Talgarno, 343 Gries, Hugh, Romsey, 426 Gomin, Henry, Somerville, 394 Grieser, Carl A., Bangerang, 107 Gooch, H. tel., & Co., Melb., 564 Griffin, Thomas, East St. Kilda, 640 Good, Elijah, Kalkee, 107 Griffiths, George, Cannum, 107 Good, John, Grasmere, 40 Griffiths, George S., Toorak, 581 Goodall, Thos. U., Melbourne, 564 Griffiths, Griffith, Newport, 715 Goodbody, George W., Prahran, 639 Griffiths, Jonah, Dromana, 394 Goode, Joseph, Melbourne, 476 Griffiths, J., 1Vlajorca, 245 Gooding, Thomas, Morwell, 374 Griffiths, J., and Co., Melbourne, 565 Goodwyn, Arthur, Richmond, 703 Griffiths, William, Fitzroy, 605 Gordon, Chas. J., N. Fitzroy, 703 Grigg, James, Koondrook, 281 Gordon, George, Bundoora, 426 Grigg, James, J.P., Melbourne, 565 Gordon, J., Greensborough, 426 Grigg, John, Bellarine, 163 Gordon, John, J.P., Nagambie, 302 Grigg, Thomas T., Drysdale, 163 Gordon, J ohn, Rochford, 426 Grimbly, Wm. H., Brighton B., 671 Gordon, George, Euroa, 327 Grimmett, E. A., East Prahran, 640 Gordon, Samuel, Oakleigh, 520 Grimshaw, Bros., Bushfield, 40 Gorman, David, Collingwood, 703 Grimwood, T. S., Fern Tree G., 409 Gorrie and Dovey, Albert Park, 639 Grindlay, John, Williamstown, 671 Gorrie, Robert, Donald, 139 Grindlay, John, jun., Newport, 723 Gosman, Rev. A., Hawthorn, 476 Grinter, Charles, Picola, 302 Goss and Masson, Hawthorn, 639 Grinter, Chas., Jun., Picola, 302 Goss, Mrs. G. C., South Yarra, 690 Grisold, Thomas, Laanecoorie, 274 Goudion, John, Newport, 639 Grogan, Wm. J., Violet Town, 327 Goudion, Rd., jun., Newport, 639 Groom, A. C., M.L.A., Melb., 477 Gough and Allkins, St. Kilda, 605 Grondona and Co., Melbourne, 565 Gough, Edward, Branxholme, 53 Gronn, Claus El., Carlton, 728 Gough, Edward, St. Kilda, 6o5 Gross, F., Homebush, 221 Gough, John, Branxholme, 53 Grosse, Frederick, Melbourne, 671 Gough, Philip, Preston East, 739 Grosvenor Chambers, Melb., 554 Gould, John W., Jung Jung, 107 Groth, Herman, Melbourne, 728 Six Groves, John, Tatura, 302 Gruff, John, Germantown, 163 Grundy, Samuel, Meredith, 163 Grylls, Thomas, Laanecoorie, 274 Gubbins, John H., Terang, 82 Guenett, Thomas H., Melb., 477 Guess, John, Mulgrave, 520 Guest, 'T. B., & Co., Melbourne, 6o5 Guild, Mrs. Eliza, Seymour, 328 Guild, John, J; P., Seymour, 327 Guinane, Patrick, Murgheboluc, 163 Gullett, Sydney, Lancefield, 426 Gulliver, James, Lilliput, 343 Gun, R., M.R.C.V.S., Carlton, 519 Gunn, A., Parkville, 640 Gunn, James, Strathmerton, 302 Gunn, John, Bellarine, 163 Gunn, K., Parkville, 640 Gunn, Win., Trainor's Lagoon, 140 Gunsser, Christopher, Ballan, 213 Gbnst, J. W., M.D., Melb., 51g Gurr, William, Geelong, 153 Guthridge, Wm., Lancefield, 426 Guthrie, Mrs. Ann, Bulla, 426 Gutsol, George, Drouin, 374 Hadden, John W., South Yarra, 640 Haddon, Fred. W., Melbourne, 477 Haddow, Andrew, Melbourne, 723 Hadfield, John, Windsor, 520 Hadfield, 'Thomas, Eddington, 260 Hadland, Charles, Ararat,, 202 Haeffner, Christian, Noorongong, 343 Hager, R. S., Ballarat, 748 Haggart, Jas. G., Melbourne, 710 Hagger, W., Ascot Vale, 640 Haig, George, Glen, Wahgungah, 344 Haig, John, J.P., Yackandandah, 344 Hailes, Samuel W., Richmond, 520 Haines, Henry H., Port Melb., 690 Haines, William B., Geelong, 153 Haines, Wm., Oakleigh, 739 Haird, George, Williamstown, 640 Haire, Michael, Tallangatta, 344 Hales, Thomas, Flemington, 520 Haley, Dr. George, Wangaratta, 344 Haley, Wm., Collingwood, 728 Halford, Wm., J.P., Castlemaine, 246 Hall, Alexander, Williamstown, 672 Hall, Alfred J., Melbourne, 710 Hall Bros., Goorambat, 302 Hall, Frank, Coongulmerang, 362 Hall, George, Alexandra, 328 Hall (G.) and Son, E. Richmond, 640 Hall, George, Koyuga, 302 Hall, Harry, Port Melbourne, 672 Hall, Henry, Prahran, 690 Hall, James, Coongulmerang, 362 Hall, Captain James, Hastings, 394 Hall, James S., J.P., Goorambat, 302 Hall, Richd., Melbourne, 720 Hall, Robert, Blackwood, 427 Hall, Robert, Collingwood, 581 Hall, Robt., Melbourne, 720 Hall, William N., Clifton Hill, 640 Hallam, Thomas, Windsor, 672 Hallett, William M., Kew, 690 Hallows, Joseph, W. Melbourne, 6o5 Hallyburton, Adam, Pomborneit, 82 Halpin, John, Emu Flat, 236 Ham, Hon. D., M.L.C., Ballarat, i8o Ham, Ferdinand, N. Melbourne, 690 Ham, Theophilus J.,1Vlelbourne, 565 Hamilton, Andrew, Stratford, 374 Hamilton & West. Dis. College, 6o Hamilton, Charles, Windsor, 640 Hamilton, David, Camperdown, 83 Hamilton, David G., Rutherglen 344 Hamilton, Mrs. E., Kilmore, 233 Hamilton, James, Cowwarr, 374 Hamilton, Jas., Dennington, 40 Hamilton, J. B., J.P., Doogalook, 328 Hamilton, John, Baringhup, 260 Hamilton, John, Bellarine, 163 Hamilton, John, Cobram, 302 Hamilton, J. F., J.P., Elsternwick, 52o Hamilton, J. J., Lardner's Track, 374 Hamilton, R., Lardner's Track, 374 Hamilton Spectator, 6o Hamilton, Hon. T. F., Gisborne, 477 Hamilton, William, Dunolly, 221 Hamilton, Wm., Wycheproof, 282 Hammond, Polsue & Co., Melb., 720 Hammerli, Jacob, Batesford, 163 Hammill, James, Sale, 374 Hammon, Henry, Creswick, 246 Hammond, R., Melbourne, 710 Hammno, Jean B., Neerim, 374 Hance, W. H,, S. Melbourne, 641 Hancock, James, Richmond, 6o5 Hancock, Wm.., Avon Plains, 140 Hand, John, Seville, 409 Hand, Thomas, Lilydale, 409 Handly Bros,, S, Melbourne, 6g1

32 812 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT. Handley, Walter, Dandenong, 735 Hankin, N. J., Dimboola, 107 Hanks, Richard, Daylesford, 246 Hanlon, Lawrence, Kotupna, 302 Hann, F. B. B. S., Brdmeads., 427 Hanrahan, M., Charlton, 282 Hanrahan, P., S. Brighton, 703 Hanrahan, Thomas, Bungeluke, 282 Hansen, Christian, Bunyip, 394 Hansen, Hans. J., Ulupna, 302 Hansen, Henry, Port Melb., 690 Hanson, Jas., Melbourne, 728 Hanstord, William, Elphinstone, 25o Hants, Joseph, St. Kilda, 690 Haraldson, Jas., Oakleigli, 734 Harbeck, Peter, Heyfield, 374 Hardenack, Paul, Preston, 734 Harders, Gustav, Dimboola, 107 Harders, Henrich, Dimboola, 107 Hardesty, William, Morang, 409 Hardham, A., Middle Brighton, 672 Hardie, N., Lardner's Track, 374 Hardiman, M. J., Kensington, 672 Harding, G., Queensclifl, 163 Harding, Thomas, Narioka, 302 Harding, William, Collingwood, 6o5 Hardinge, H. D., Malvern, 641 Hardman, T., Bungeluke, 282 Hardy, Dr. C. H. W., Buninyong, 213 Hardy, Hy. T., Fitzroy N., 691 Hardy, James, Whittlesea, 409 Hardy, John, Alexandra, 328 Hardy, John, N. Fitzroy, 641 Hargreaves, J., Lake Rowan, 302 Harkness, A., Kangaroo Ground, 409 Harley, Thomas P., Morang, 270 Harlock, William, Pomborneit, 83 Harmer, Thomas, Bundoora, 427 Harper,rHenry J., Rupanyup, 107 Harper, John H., Wyndham, 164 Harper, Robert, and Co., Meib., 565 Harper, Robt. D., Tallangatta, 344 Harper, Robert, Melbourne, 478 Harper, Robert, M.LA., Melb., 481 Harriman, B. C., Armadale, 478 Harrington, Dr. R. H., Wrnmbool, 35 Harris, Chas., Runnytnede East, 270 Harris, Edwin F., Jung Jung, 107 Harris, F. A., Gowerville, 734 Harris, Hy. R., Tarranginnie, 128 Harris, James, Footscray, 581 Harris, John, Carlton, 641 Harris, Jos., M.L.A., S. Yarra, 478 Harris, Michael, Kaniva, 128 Harris, Samuel, Framlingham, 40 Harris, Stephen, Kyabram, 303 Harris, Sydney, Prahran, 715 Harris, Thomas, Kaniva South, 129 Harris, Walter H., N. Fitzroy, 703 Harris, W. J., Warrnambool, 35 Harris, W. W., Avoca, 221 Harrison and Co., Melbourne, 520 Harrison, Benjamin, Neerim, 375 Harrison, Charles W., Ballarat, 185 Harrison, Mrs. E., Wyndham, 164 Harrison, George, Pomborneit, 83 Harrison, John, Brown's Plains, 344 Harrison, John, Kaniva, 129 Harrison, Joseph, Derrimut, 427 Harrison, Robert, Fitzroy, 672 Harrison, Thomas, Dandenong, 739 Harrison, W. H., Campbellfield, 427 Harritable, Frank, Sebastian, 270 Harsant. Theo., J.P., Donald, 139 Harse, Henry, Carisbrook, 260 Harse, L., Carisbrook, 246 Hart, Hugh, Carlton, 690 Hart, Lyman 0., Daylesford, 246 Harte, Charles, Springfield, 427 Hamel, Edward, Leneva, 344 Hartle, Thomas, Caulfield, 581 Hartley, F. G., South Meib., 581 Hartley, William, Sebastian, 270 Hartshorn, J. M., Ceres, 164 Hartung, Karl A. E., Melb., 482 Harvey, E., J.P., Portarlington, 164 Harvey, Hy. A., N. Richmond, 703 Harvey, Henry, Newport, 690 Harvey, Jas., Prahran, 728 Harvey, Richard S., Raywood, 270 Harvey, R. NI., Buninyong. 213 Harvey, William T., Dunolly, 221 Harwood, Wm., junr., Prahran, 672 Harwood, William, Windsor, 58r Haslam, R M., Griffith's Point, 394 Haslem, Robert, Kyabram, 303 Hassall, J. N., Longwarry S., 375 Hassett, James, Devenish, 303 Bassett, John. Devenish, 303 Hastie, Rev. T., Buninyong, 213 Hastings, H., Warracknabeal, 107 Hastings, Robert, Swan Hill, 282 Hastings, William, Swan Hill, 282 Hatghett, Joseph, l4urtoa, 10$ Hately, A. C., Mt. Arapiles, 129 Hatherley, L., Iunr., Hawthorn, 641 Hatton, Thos. W., Flemington, 690 Hatton, William, Muckleford, 26o Hausterfer, H. E., Natimuk, 129 Hawker, David H., Barwo, 303 Hawker, Robert, Yearinga, 129 Hawkes Bros., Beaufort, 202 Hawkins, T. A., & Co., Ballarat, 185 Hawksley, Robert, Eddington, 260 Hay, Mrs. Ann, Melton, 427 Hay, James, St. Kilda, 672 Hayball Bros., N. Brighton, 641 Hayball, Robert, Brighton, 641 Haycroft, J., J.P., Tarranginnie, 129 Hayee, James, Tongala, 303 Hayden, Patk, J., Narrewarren, 4 09 Haydon, George, N. Brighton, 6o6 Haygarth, Geo. M., Inverleigh, 164 Hayes, John, Navarre, 221 Hayes, Manning & Cahill, Melb., 711 Hayes, Mrs. M., Glenaroua, 246 Hayes, Timothy, Prahran, 728 Hayles, Alfred, North Melbourne, 690 Haynes, Geo., Port Fairy, 45 Hayter, George P., Cannum, 1o8 Hayter, H. H., C.M.G., Meib., 478 Hayter, William G., Cannum, 1o8 Hayward, Charles, Bairnsdale, 362 Hayward, H. C., Fern Tree Gully, 409 Hayward, Lt. H. P., F. Tree G., 409 Head, Wm., Fern Tree Gully, 409 Healey, J., and Co., South Yarra, 6o6 Healey, Thomas, Kyneton, 233 Healey, Thos. S., S. Brighton, 704 Heaphy, Denis, Narioka, 303 Heard, J. T. C., Mt. Arapiles, 129 Heard, Thos. A., Noradjuha, 142 Hearn, James, Essendon, 520 Hearn, Jeremiah D., Epping, 427 Hearn, Dr. W. E. L., Hamilton, 6o Hearn, Dr. W. E., M.L.C., Melb., 478 Hearn, Henry, Melbourne, 690 Hearty, J. & T., Port Meib., 641 Heath, A. K., C.E., Melbourne, 5zo Heath, Frederick J., Geelong,?53 Heath, John, Strathmerton, 303 Heather, Charles, Clarendon, 213 Hebard, Henry, Mt. Arapiles, 129 Hebbard, George, Drysdale, 164 Hedderwick, H. H., Greendale,'213 Heeps, James, J.P., Elmore, Heffernan, Edward B., Fitzroy, Heffernan, Eneas, Katunga, 303 Hefternan, Patk., Toolamba W., 303 Heffernan, William A., Meib., 6o6 Heinz Bros., Ballarat East, 196 Helm, John, Wodonga, 344 Helms, George, Bloomfield, 375 Helms, James, Ceres, 164 Helms, Joseph, Bloomfield, 375 Helpman, W. S., Warrnambool, 35 Helwig, Chas. K., Northcote, 691 Hemming, Rose, Wangaratta, 344 Hemmings, John, Dandenong, 734 Hempenstall, John, Mt. Alfred, 344 Hemphill, Johnston, Rochford, 427 Henderson, Alex., Glenaroua, 236 Henderson, Dr. A., Lilydale, 4 09 Henderson, A., J.P., Picola, 303 Henderson, C. N., J.P., Orbost, 362 Henderson, David, Bellarine, 164 Henderson, Edgar, Melbourne, 520 Henderson, Fredk., Traralgon, 375 Henderson, Geo., Coleraine, 63 Henderson, George, Drysdale, 164 Henderson, G., Portarlington, 164 Henderson, Hewitt, Fitzroy, 724 Henderson, James, Bairnsdale, 362 Henderson, Rev. J., Balmoral, 63 Henderson, Mrs. J. T., Fitzroy, 724 Henderson, John, Traralgon, 375 Henderson, Joseph, Waaia, 303 Henderson, Patk,, Kew, 715 Henderson, Robt., Lang Lang, 395 Henderson, T., Collingwood, 641 Henderson, Thomas, Meib., 6o6 Henderson, Wm., Baranduda, 344 Hendy, Thos., J.P., Lillimur, 129 Henley, Harry, Ballarat, 1$5 Henley, James, Milawa, 344 Hennessy, Arthur P., Keilor, 427 Hennessy, Cornelius, Tatura, 303 Hennessy, James, Fitzroy, 691 Henningham, J., N. Melbourne, 692 Henry, John, Mulgave, 739 Henry, Robert, Poowong East, 395 Henshall, Samuel H., Seymour, 328 Hensley, Richard, Kinimakatka, 129 Henty,+Edward, Portland, 53 Henty, Francis, Merino Downs, 63 Hepburn, George S., Smeaton, 246 Herbert, John, Hazel Glen, 410 IJerbert, John, Osborne's Flat, 344 Herbert, T. J., Balaclava, 728 Herbert, William, Yarra Flats, 4 10 Herbertson, Robert, Portland, 54 Herd and Lothian, Hawthorn, 641 Herd, David, W. Melbourne, 641 Herd, Wm., J.P., Tarnagulla, 221 Herlitz, Rev. H., Melbourne, 746 Heron, Edward, Hawthorn, 641 Herrick, Michael, Mount Hope, 282 Herrmann, William, Narioka, 303 Hesketh, Thomas, Newlyn, 246 Hesselmann & Schi rmann, Meib., 565 Hewes, Wm., Albert Park, 728 Hewitt, Alfred, Katamatite, 303 Hewitt and Smethurst, Malvern, 429 Hewitt, Edward, J.P., Taradale, 233 Hewitt, W. G., E. Prahran, 642 Hewlett, Dr. T., J.P., Fitzroy, 520 Heywood, Thomas A., Walhalla, 375 Hick, Daniel P., Poowong E., 395 Hickling, Thomas, S. Melbourne, 691 Hickman, John, J.P., Ballarat, i85 Hicks, Arthur, S. Melbourne, 728 Hicks, James, Corop, 303 Hicks, Robert, Lawloit, 129 Hickson, Thomas J., Ballarat, i8o Higgs, J., Kaniva, 129 Higgins, Edward, Mokoan, 303 Higgins, Francis, Wangaratta, 344 Higgins, William, J.P., Geelong, 153 Highett, J. M., M.L.C., Windsor, 478 Highett, Hon. W., M.L.A., Mel., 479 Higinbotham, Hon. G., Brighton, 479 Hill and Hartnett, Melbourne, 6gr Hill, Campbell S., Colac, 83 Hill, Chestnut, Tatura, 303 Hill, David G., Essendon, 642 Hill, David H., Bairnsdale, 362 Hill, George, Batesford, 164 Hill, John, N. Fitzroy, 642 Hill, Joseph, S. Melbourne, 715 Hill, Mrs. Mary, Mudgegonga; 344 Hill, Thos. E., Richmond, 704 Hill, Thomas, Toongabbie, 375 Hill, William, Framlingham, 40 Hill, W. H., Brunswick, 728 Hill, William, Lake Rowan, 303 Hillard, Thos., Windsor, 728 Hillier, Joshua, Maribyrnong, 739 Hillman, Joseph, Ballarat, 186 Hillman, William, Noradjuha, 130 Hills, George H., Colac, 83 Hills, James, Colac, 83 Hilton, J. B., & Co., Brunswick, 715 Hinde, Christopher, Merrigum, 304 Hinde, Thomas, Willung, 375 Hindhaugh, William, Yambuk, 48 Hine, William, Rupanyup, 1o8 Hinneberg, Fred. H., Vectis E., 1o8 Hirt, John F., Prahran, 715 Hitchcock, Norman, Carlton, 5221 Hoare, Wm., Port Melbourne, 704 Hobbs, John, Wallan Wallan, 427 Hobbs, Thomas, Wyndham, 164 Hobbs, William, Stawell, 202 Hobson, Charles P., Kilmore, 233 Hobson, Edward, Swan Hill, 282 Hobson, Robert, Areegra, ro8 Hobson, R., Greensborough, 427 Hobbs, William, Salt Lakes, 142 Hocking, A. A., Horsham, 96 Hocking, C., Murgheboluc, 164 Hocter, J., Mount Prospect, 246 Hodhy, Thomas, Pimpinio, ro8 Hoddinott, J., Griffith's Point, 395 Hodges, Frederick, Geelong, 153 Hodgetts, W. B., Landsborough, 221 Hodgkinson, A., S. Melbourne, 691 Hodgson, Robert, Corop, 304 Hodgson, W., Bairnsdale, 363 Hodgson, George, Lilydale, 410 Hoelsken, Victor, Melbourne, 6gr Hoff, Theodor, junr., Murtoa, io8 Hoffmann, Gottfried, Horsham, 96 Hoffmann, Gotthilf, Katlyal, io8 Hoffmann, John A., Vectis East, ro8 Hogan, Edward, Wooroonoke, 282 Hogan, John, Undera, 304 Hogan, M., Tylden, 246 Hogan, Mrs. M., Wyndham, 164 Hogan, Thomas, Wallup, ro8 Hogarth, David John, Colac, 83 Hogg, A. & R., N. Melbourne, 6o6 Hogg, Robinson & Co., Meib., 565 Holden, Edward, Wooroonoke, 282 Holden, Jas., J.P., N. Fitzroy, 643 Holden, J. B., Port Fairy, 45 Holden, Thomas, Yarroweyah, 304 Holdoway, James, S. Melbourne, 691 Holdsworth, A. H., Prahran, 521 Holdsworth, Enoch, Cannum, 1o8 Hole, James, Prahran, 582 Holgate, W. D., J.P., Clifton Hill, 582 Holian, F sear St. James, 304 Holland, John, Healesville, 410 Holliday, Joseph, Carlton, 6o6 Hollier, Frdk., East Brighton, 691 Holhngdale, E. J., S. Yarra, 691 Hollow, Joseph, Richmond, 643 Holloway, F., Coongulmerang, 363 Hollway, John, & Sons, Bailt., 186 Holmes, Mrs. E. J., Gisborne, 427 Holmes, John, Sandford, 64 Holmes, Thomas, Seymour, 328 Holmes, T. W. H., Barrakee, 222 Holmes, Robert, Clifton Hill, 704 Holmes, Robt., Lake Rowan, 304 Holmes, William, Barrakee, 222 Holt, James, Drouin, 375 Holt, John, Kew, 691 Holt, William, Kew, 6o6 Holtzmann, Henry, Kaniva. 130 Holtzmann, Julius, Kaniva, 130 Homewood, Mrs. Eliz,, Yea, 328 Hood, Alex., St. Leonard's, 164 Hood, J. C., M.D., Rupanyup, ro8 Hood, James, Warrnambool, 35 Hood, Mrs. M., Bellarine, 164 Hood, Robert, Hexham West, 64 Hood, Thomas, Collingwood, 673 Hook, Fredk. J., S. Melbourne, 1728 Hook, Isaac, Clyde, 395 Hooper, George H., Richmond, 728 Hooper, J., jun., Devenish, 304 Hooper, Jesse M., Bellarine, 164 Hooper, John S., Lilydale, 410 Hooper, Samuel, Woorak, 130 Hoos, George S., Windsor, 6o6 Hope, G., Sutherland's Creek, 164 Hopgood, Charles, Kiewa, 344 Hopkins, Edward, Katamatite, 304 Hopkins, Henry, Yinnar, 375 Hopkins, John, Muckleford, 260 Hopkins, John, Richmond, 643 Hopkins, J. R., J.P., Winchelsea, 83 Hopkins, Robert, Braybrook, 739 Hopkins, Wm., J.P., Derrimut, 427 Hopkins, William, Fitzroy, 728 Hopkinson, Alexander, N. Melb., 673 Horgan, Dennis, Hawthorn, 673 Hornby, A. A., Williamstown, 673 Horne, Alexander, Brunswick, 643 Horne, Alexander, Fitzroy, 6o6 Horne, John, Ballan, 213 Horne, John, Clifton Hill, 643 Horsburg, J. & D., Bangerang, ro8 Horsey, J. E., Elmore, 270 Horslall, Henry, Koroit, 48 Horsefall, John, Staghorn Flat, 344 Horsley, Thomas, Poowong, 395 Horsnell, Arthur 0., Narracan, 375 Horstman, F., Upper Maffra, 375 Horstman, Henry, Sale, 375 H ottop, R. W., Brunswick, 643 Horwitz, Louis, Hamilton, 6o Horwood, J. W., Castlemaine, 246 Hosie, Jonathan, North Fitzroy, 643 Hosie, Robert, Ulupna, 304 Hosking, Benj. J., Melbourne, 704 Houlaghan, Lawrence, Tongala, 304 Houlahan, Thomas, Poowong, 395 Hourigan, Daniel, Warrnambool, 35 House, Charles E., Creswick, 246 Houston, Neil, Natimuk, 130 Houston, Robert, Natimuk, 130 Howard, C. J., Leopold, 164 Howard, F. K., Carlton, 715 Howard, Dr. G. T., N. Fitzroy, 521 Howard, Joseph, Dunolly, 221 Howard, Robt. H., S. Meib., 643 Howard, Timothy, Seymour, 328 Howden, John, N. Melbourne, 6o6 Howden, Robert A., Dt'ouin, 375 Howgate, Mrs. A. J., Hawthorn, 673 Howgate, A., & Son, Melb., 6o6 Howell, Fredk., Richmond, 728 Howell, G. T., Kororoit Creek, 427 Howell, J. S., Yarraville, 643 Howell, Wm. H., Wangaratta, 344 Howells, Thos., Muckleford, 260 Howie, James, N. Melbourne, 6o6 Howland, John, Dimboola, 1o8 Howland, Thomas, Dimboola, 1o8 Howley, Matthew, Mulgrave, 739 Howre, George D., Melbourne, 6o6 Hoyne, Wm., Windsor, 728 Hubbard, Wm., Yarra Flats, 410 Hudson, A. G. M., Kilmore, 233 Hudson; Jas. G., Cranbourne, 395 Huf, Friedrich P., Vectis East, 1o8 Huggard, G. E., Murchison, 304 Hughes, D., J.P., Sebastopol, 186 Hughes, Ephraim, Brighton, 704 Hughes, E., Spring Vale, 734 Hughes, Capt. J., Gisborne, 427 Hughes, John, Katunga, 304 Hughes, John, Raywood, 270 Hughes, R., J.P., Swan Hill, 282

33 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO VOL. II, 813 Hughes, Samuel, Dimboola, io8 Hughes, Wm., Newport, 715 Hughes, Win., Rutherglen, 344 Humble, William, Geelong, 154 Hume, Alexander, Yea, 328 Hume, Thomas, Elsternwick, 582 Humphrey, Henry, Footscray. 715 Humphrey, P. H., Toongabbie 375 Humphreys, John, Stawell, 203 Humphreys, T. J., J.P., Kirkstall, 48 Humphries, Edward, Charlton, 282 Humphries, Joseph, Fitzroy, 643 Humphries, Thomas, Wanalta, 304 Hunt, Alexander, Kew, 673 Hunt, Fredk. A., Epping, 427 Hunt, Henry J., Kilmore, 233 Hunt, Samuel F., Kyabram, 304 Hunt, T., M.L.A., Kilmore, 236 Hunt, Rev. William, Ballarat, r8o Hunt, William H. Devenish, 304 Hunter, Andrew, Rutherglen, 344 Hunter, Chas. H. D., Stonyford, 83 Hunter, E., Wandin Yalloak, 410 Hunter, John F., Stawell, 203 Hunter, Robt., J.P., Malvern, 521 Hunter, W. C., Ghin Ghin, 328 Hunter, William, Fitzroy, 52o Hunter, Wm. H., Melbourne, 6o6 Huntly, John, Brighton, 691 Hurford, John C., Kew, 691 Hurlstone, A. C., S. Preston, 735 Hurlstone, Alfred, E. Trentham, 246 Hurlstone, A. J., S. Preston, 739 Hurren, Richard P., Melbourne, 6o6 Hurrey, Thos., Barber's Creek, 428 Hurst, Fredk. G., South Yarra, 704 Hurst, John, J.P., Romsey, 428 Hurst, Robert, North Fitzroy, 6o6 Husband Bros., Bungeet, 304 Husbands, Wm. S., Melbourne, 6o6 Hutchins, Henry, Camberwell, 691 Hutchings, James, Glenferrie, 607 Hutchings, Jas., Green's Creek, 203 Hutchings, Thos., J.P., Lubeck, 109 Hutchinson, Charles, Kotupna, 305 Hutchinson, M. L., Melbourne, 711 Hutchinson, R., St. Kilda, 728 Hutchinson, Thos., Marysville, 410 Hutchinson, Win., J.P., Elmore, 270 Hutchinson, W., Warracknabeal, 209 Hutton Bros., Port Fairy, 45 Hutton, John A., Penshurst, 64 Hutton, J. C., Warrnambool, 35 Hutton, Thos., J.P., Penshurst, 64 Hutton, Robert, Williamstown, 582 Huxley, Edwd. Saml., Bolwarra, 54 Hyde and Co., Richmond, 607 Hyde, Henry Robb, Raywood, 270 Hyde Park Brick Co., Kew, 643 Hyde, Wm., Southern Cross, 48 Hyne, Henry, Lilydale, 410 Hyne, William, Mooroopna N., 305 Hyslop, James, Spring Plains, 233 Ibbotson, Alfred C., Geelong, 154 Iliffe, John, Melbourne, 521 Ince, G. B., Melbourne, 711 Inches, A. J., N. Carlton, 643 Induni, Joseph, Queenscliff, 164 Ingamells, Josiah, Hastings, 395 Inglis, R. S., J.P,, Melbourne, 607 Inglis, Thos. A. F., E. Melb., 554 Inglis, Wm., Heidelberg, 739 Ingram, David, Timmering, 305 Ingram, John, Mulgrave, 521 Ingram, John, Timmering, 305 Ingram, Wm., J.P., Mulgrave, 739 Innes, W., Carlton, 643 Ireland, De Courcy, Horsham, 96 Ireland, Robt., Port Fairy, 45 Irons, Turner, Tarranginnie, 130 Irvine, George, Lake Rowan, 305 Irvine, Wm. J., North Carlton, 607 Irvine, Wm. M., Mornington, ' 395 Irvine, William, Rupanyup, I09 Irving, Glover & Co., Ballarat, 186 Irving, Thomas, Wangaratta, 344 Irwin, Anderson, M.D., Caulfield, 522 Irwin, H. J. H., Southern Cross, 48 Irwin, Thos., Oakleigh, 739 Irwin, William, Ballarat, 286 Isaacson, S., Stawell, 204 Jack (Andrew) & Co., Melb., 607 Jack, John, Milawa, 345 Jack, Robert, Rutherglen, 345 Jack, Dr. R. N., J.P., Stawell, 204 Jackson, Charles, Picola, 30 Jackson, Mrs. Ellen, Essendon, 704 Jackson, H., Williamstown, 521 Jackson, James, Bairnsdale, 363 Jackson, James, Fitzroy, 643 Jackson, John, Collingwood, 704 Jackson, J. J., Lower Hawthorn, 692 Vol. II. Jackson, J. J., Port Fairy, 45 Jackson, J. S., Geelong, 254 Jackson, Joseph, Ararat, 204 Jackson, Thos. B., Melbourne, 521 Jackson, Thos. H., Charlton, 283 Jackson, Thos. W., J.P., Melb., 47 Jackson, Wm., Tarrawingee, 345 Jacobs, Joshua, Numurkah, 305 Jacobs, Thomas, Preston, 739 Jacobson, P., Northcote, 643 Jacobson, J., and Co., Footscray, 673 Jacomb, John N., Walhalla, 375 Jaffery, Joseph, Horsham, 97 Jago, F., Bu1'.arat, 186 Jago, Walter, Richmond, 704 Jakobe, Gustav R., Vectis E., I09 James, Abel, Creswick, 247 James and Killey, Stawell, 204 James and Piper, Ballarat, 187 James, Edwin H., Lorquon, 130 James, Evan, Benalla, 327 James, F., Jumhunna East, 395 James, Gideon, W. Melbourne, 607 James, Henry, Richmond, 607 James, Joseph, Brunswick, 643 James, Thomas, Moolort, 262 James, William, Balwyn, 643 Jamieson, James, Pyramid Hill, 283 Jamieson, Peter, Lubeck, 109 Jamieson, Robert, Ballarat, 187 Jamieson, Robert, Darlington, 83 Jamieson, Wm. S., Queenscliff, 164 Jamouneau, J., Warracknabeal, 209 Janetzki, Gottlieb, Minyip, I09 Janetzki, Johann A., Dimboola, I09 Janetzki, Johann G., Katyil, tog Janetzki, Wm. F., Minyip, log Jardine, T., Bowman's Forest, 345 Jardine, Thomas, Brunswick, 644 Jarvis, Fredk., Spring Creek, 345 Jasper, Stephen, Bonegilla, 345 Jeans, George, Lancefield, 428 Jefferys, Thomas, Geelong, 254 Jeffery, Edward, Numurkah, 305 Jeffery, Hugh, Milawa, 345 Jeffery, James, South Yarra, 728 Jeffery, Samuel, Preston, 739 Jeffery, S., Rockbank, Yan Yean, 410 Jeffrey, Thomas, Strathmerton, 305 Jeffreys, Robert, Casterton, 64 Jeffries, G. R., North Fitzroy, 644 Jelbart, Thomas, J.P., Goroke, 130 Jellie, James, Warrnambool, 35 Jellis, Thomas G., Kew, 691 Jenkins, Allan, Grassmere, 40 Jenkins, H. J., Vectis East, I09 Jenkins, James E., Ararat, 204 Jenkins, Jenkin, Grassmere, 40 Jenkins; John, jun., Brighton, 582 Jenkins, John, sen., Melbourne, 607 Jenkins, John S., CE., Melb., 522 Jenkins, Rees, Sheep Hills, I09 Jenkins, William H., Fitzroy, 607 Jenner, Hon. C. J., Mornington, 748 Jennings and Wight, Melb., 522 Jennings, George, J.P., Lubeck, 209 Jennings, T. H., Moonee Ponds, 747 Jensen, Fred,, Longwarry S., 376 Jensen, John J., Morwell, 376 Jensen, Louis L., Sale, 376 Jermyn, Dr. D., Port Fairy, 45 Jermyn, Ellis, Redan, Ballarat, 187 Jerome, H., South Melbourne, 673 Jerrerd, Richard, Kaniva, 130 Jespersen, Jep. H., Mokoan, 305 Jessel, Edward, Murtoa, 109 Jessel, Hy., Port Melbourne, 715 Jessep, James, Tinamba, 376 Jessep, James, Upper Maffra, 376 Jewell, Mrs. E., Bridgewater, 271 Jewell, W. H., Warrnambool, Jinnette, William, Jindivick, Jobbins Jobbins, & M`Leod, Wrn'mbl George, Melbourne, Jobson, (.has., Williamstown, 644 Joel, E. S., Romsey, 428 John, Edward, Coonooer, 222 Johns, David, Jung Jung, 210 Johns' Hydraulic and General Engineering Company Ltd., 607 Johnson & Appleton, Melbourne, 566 Johnson, Archibald, Toorak, 480 Johnson, David, Strangways, 247 Johnson, Geo. R., Melbourne, 522 ohnson, James, Footscray, 725 ohnson, John, Glenaroua, 247 Johnson, John, Newport, 6o8 Johnson, John, Tongala, 306 Johnson, Millard, Windsor, 673 Johnson, Richard H., Morwell, 376 Johnson, Robert, Minyip, 2io Johnson, William, St. Kilda, 522 Johnson, W. B., St. Kilda, 715 Johnston, Alexander, Ballrootan, Z Johnston, Andrew, Katunga, 306 Kelly, Philip, Mangalore, 328 Johnston, Chas., Fitzroy, 715 Kelly, William, Glenaroua, 247 Johnston, David, Dookie, 306 Kelly, William, St. James, 306 Johnston, David, St. Kilda, 521 Kellett, Francis M., Kew, 6o8 Johnston, David, Whittlesea, 410 Kellett, Jas., Richmond, 644 Johnston, Hugh C., Minyip, rio Kelsall, John, Warracknabeal, iso Johnston, J., Kangaroo Ground, 410 Kelson, Horatio, J.P., Coburg, 554 Johnston, Jas., Mulgrave, 740 Kemp, Alex., Carlton, 644 Johnston, James A., Woodend, 233 Kemp, Henry H., Melbourne, 533 Johnston, John, Wangaratta, 345 Kemp, Randolph, Durham Ox, 283 Johnston, J. Charlton, Carlton, 554 Kempson, Henry C., Kerang, 283 Johnston, J. G., Colac, 83 Kempson, P. Q., Stawell, 204 Johnston, J. R., Kyneton, 233 Kemplen, Alex. E., Windsor, 644 Johnston, Joseph, Koroit, 49 Kempton, Henry, Mysia, 283 Johnston, Matthew, Redbank, 227 Kendall, William T., Fitzroy, 522 Johnston, Robert, N. Carlton, 673 Kendrick, Wm. T., South Melb., 728 Johnston, William F., Tallarook, 328 Kennan, John Edwd., Hamilton, 6o Joliffe, Frederick, Abbotsford, 691 Kennedy, Angus, Strangways, 247 Jolliffe, Wm. G., Windsor, 715 Kennedy, Hugh, Kyneton, 233 Jomertz, John, Port Melbourne, 644 Kennedy, James, Flinders, 395 Jones, Alfred J., Kerang, 283 Kennedy, John, Marong, 271 Jones, Alfred, J.P., Somerville, 395 Kennedy, R. F., Warrnambool, 35 Jones & Lathbridge, Williamstown, 691 Kennett, C. A., Port Melb., 692 Jones, Benjamin P., Droum, 376 Kenney, Jas. H., N. Fitzroy, 644 Jones, Charles J., Warragul, 376 Jones, E. G., Bacchus Marsh, 428 Jones, Edward, Borung, 222 Jones, George T., Maffra, 377 Jones, Mrs. Hugh, Ballarat, 187 Jones, Jas., S. Preston, 735 Jones, John, Grassmere, 40 Jones, John, Port Melbourne, 716 Jones, J. C. C., Lilydale, 410 Jones, John C., J.P., Richmond, 673 Jones, John, Wanaratta, 346 Jones, John L., Fitzroy, 715 Jones, Lewis T., Harcourt, 247 Jones, Mrs. M. A., Bowman's F., 346 Jones, 0. H., J.P., Daylesford, 247 Jones, Richard, Yanipy, 130 Jones, Robert, Ballarat, 196 Jones, T., Fern Tree Gully, 410 Jones, Thomas, Lallat, r1o Jones, Thos., Oakleigh, 740 Jones, Thos. D., S. Melb., 716 Jones, Thos. E., Clifton Hill, 716 Jones, Wm. P., Creswick, 247 ones, William, Essendon, 704 j nes, William, St. Kilda, 6o8 j ones, William, Taminick, 306 Jordan, James A., Ballarat, 196 Jordan, John, Kiata, 130 Jordan, Robert, Queenscliff, 165 Jordan, Tillmanns & Co., Melb., 565 Jordan, William, Brunswick, 644 Jorgensen, James, Kerang, 283 Jory, Edward, Natimuk, 130 Jose, John, Kerang, 283 Jose, J. H., South Melbourne, 522 Joseph, Jacob, J.P., Lillimur, 130 Joske Bros. & Co., Melbourne, 566 Jowitt, R., and Sons, Melb., 566 Joyce, Michael, Wail, rio Joyce, W. C., N. Richmond, 692 Joyes, John, Collingwood, 724 Joyner, William, S. Melb., 6o8 Jukes, John, Coburg, 740 Junct. Saw Mills, U. Hawthorn, 642 Junor, David, Gisborne, 428 Junor, Donald, Epping, 428 Justice, John, Thoona, 306 Kahler, Karl, Melbourne, 479 Kalizoic Art Warehouse, Melb., 711 Kavanagh, John, Purnim, 40 Keady, Daniel, Murchison, 306 Kean, James J. R., Portland, 54 Kean, Thomas, Portland, 54 Keanan, Noble W., Leigh-road, 165 Kearney, James, Beethang, 346 Keast, George, Boort, 283 Keating, D., Port Fairy, 46 Keating, John, Newham, 428 Keegan, Patrick, Kyneton, 233 Keele, William, Collingwood, 692 Keen, Mrs. E., South Yarra, 6o8 Keenan, John, Majorca, 247 Keene, J. H. N., Clifton Hill, 644 Keene, Michael, Koondrook, 283 Keets, James, Yarra Flats, 411 Keighran, Chas., Cheltenham, 740 Keiler, Wm., South Brighton, 704 Keiller, Thomas, Prahran, 522 Keirl, Reuben, East Melbourne, 582 Kell, Major A., Port Fairy, 46 Kelleher, Edmond, Morwell, 377 Kelleher, John, Fitzroy, 644 Kelleher, Maurice, Morwell, 377 Kelley, Edward, Port Melbourne, 6o8 Kellock, F., Lardner's Track, 377 Kelly, J. H., J.P., Pyramid Hill, 283 Kelly, John M., Melbourne, 711 Kelly, Martin, Wooroonoke, 283 Kelly, Patrick, Pakenham, 395 Kenney, Richard, Longwarry S., J77 Kennon, J., & Sons, Richmond, 6o8 Kenny, Bros., Port Melbourne, 644 Kenny, Edmund M., Emu Flat, 236 Kenny, Eyre E., Melbourne, 522 Kenny, Mrs. P., Whittlesea, 410 Kent, A. P., Meredith, 165 Kent, John, Areegra, 11o Kenshole, Saml., Brunswick, 724 Keogh, Joseph, Hazelwood, 377 Kepert, Louis G., Footscray, 6c8. Kercheval, John W., Abbotsford, 582 Kernot, William C., Parkville, 480 Kerr, Alexander, Milawa, 346 Kerr, Archibald, Glenaroua, 247 Kerr, James, Port Melbourne, 692 Kerr, John, jun., Broadmeadows, 428 Kerr, John, Lilydale, 410 Kerr, Peter, South Melbourne, 522 Kerr, Robert M., North Melb., 692 Kerr, Robert, Northwood, 306 Kerley, Joseph, Geelong, 154 Kershaw, George, Horsham, 97 Kervin, Thomas, Kyabram, 306 Kettle, George, Mysia, 283 Kettle, Henry, South Warragul, 377 Keys, Robt., sen., Cheltenham, 740 Keyte, James, J.P., Natimuk, 130 Kidd, Alex., J.P., Daylesford, 247 Kidd, James, Collingwood, 555 Kidgell, E., Lilydale, 411 Kidney, T., J.P., Clifton Hill, 522 Kilgarrif, Michael, Kellalac, 11o Kilgour, Andrew, J.P., Chiltern, 346 Killingbeek, George, Leichardt, 271 Killmister, James, Waaia, 306 Kilner, Joseph, Richmond, 6o8 Kilpatrick and Co., Melbourne, 6o8 Kilpatrick, Arthur, Port Melb., 729 Kimber, James, Richmond, 692 Kimber, John, Harcourt, 247 Kimberley, J. E., Collingwood, 566 Kimpton, Edward, South Yarra, 692 Kimpton, Thos. R., Clifton Hill, 729 Kineen, D. W., S. Melbourne, 644 King, Alfred H., Waaia, 306 King, Christopher G., Richmond, 582 King, Dennis, Elaine, 213 King, Emanuel, Carlton, 582 King, Herbert, Richmond, 716 King, John, Brighton S., 729 King, John W., Daylesford, 247 King, John, Minyip, 11o King, John, North Fitzroy, 673 King, John G., Waaia, 306 King, Joshua, Dandenong, 734 King, Richard T., Lilydale, 421 King, Thomas, J.P., Warrnambool, 35 King, William, Daylesford, 247 King, William, South Melbourne, 6o8 Kingham, James, Kotupna, 3c6 Kinghorn, Alexander, Cannum, 110 Kingsbury, Charles H., Drysdale, 165 Kingsbury, William H., Melb., 482 Kingshott, Thos., Upper Maffra, 377 Kingshott, John, Broadmeadows, 428 Kinloch, A., Lower Hawthorn, 692 Kinnaird & M`Mullen, Carlton, 644 Kinsella, Thomas, Stawell, 204 Kinsman, Nathaniel, Fitzroy, 522 Kirk, David, West Melbourne, 6o8 Kirk, Edward, Tallangatta, 346 Kirk, Frederick M`A., Mysia, 283 Kirk, George, South Yarra, 482 Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne, 566 Kirk, William, East Charlton, 283 Kirkaldie, John, Goldsborough, 222 Kirkpatrick, R. A., Melbourne, 522 Kirkwood, Mrs. D., Romsey, 428

34 .814 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT Kitchingman & Co., Collingwood, 608 Klowss, Gottlieb, Natimuk, 131 Klundler, Rudolph M., Charlton, 283 Knapsey, James, Tarcombe, 328 Kneebone, Edward J., Whorouly, 346 Knight, Charles, Lal Lal, 213 Knight, Charles, Lower Everton, 346 Knight, Edward, Gymbowen, 131 Knight, Fredk. G., S. Melbourne, 716 Knight, George H., Richmond, 673 Knight, Hy., Richmond, 704 Knight, John C., Mt. Arapiles, 131 Knight, R., Melbourne, 720 Knight, Samuel, Kyneton, 234 Knight, Stephen G., Gymbowen, 131 Knight, William H. Gymbowen, 131 Knight, Wm., St. Kilda, 747 Knipe, John H., Melbourne, 566 Knox, Peter, Melbourne, 6o8 Knuckney, Mrs. Margaret, Indigo, 346 Koch, Franz, Christmas Town, 346 Koch, J. A. B., J.P., Melb., 522 Koenig, Karl L., Vectis East, Iio Kohlman, Mrs. Mary, Richmond, 692 Kolbaum, Fredk., Fitzroy, 726 Kong Meng, L., Melbourne, 567 Konig and Co., Melbourne, 567 Koop, P., Dimboola, IIo Koops, John G., Natimuk, 131 Koschel, William, Leneva, 346 Kotthoff, John, Wodonga, 346 Kozminsky, Marks, Nhill, 131 Krause, Gustav, Minyip, iio Kreitling, Andreas, Carlton, 704 Kreitmayer, Max L., Melbourne, 523 Kreymborg, Richard, Bairnsdale, 363 Krieg, Emil, Natimuk, 131 Krieger, Edwd., Preston N., 740 Kronheimer, J., and Co., Melb., 567 Kroschel, Henry, Carlton, 609 Kruse, Wm., Carlton, 644 Kuster and Pepper, Melbourne, 609 Kyd, John, J.P., Newstead, 261 Lacaton, P. Noel, Melbourne, 673 Lacey; Patrick G., Mount Hope, 284 Lacey, Robt., Abbotsford, 729 Lacey, William A., Neerim South, 377 Lackmann, Augustus W., Yanipy, 131 Lawson, Thomas, Mokoan, 306 Laffy, Patrick, Wallan Wallan, 428 La Franchi, Andw., Mt. Prospect, 247 Laidlaw, George, Southern Cross, 49 Laidlaw, R. J. P., Heidelberg, 523 Laidley, William, Hazel Glen, 411 Laing, Clifton, Warracknabeal, 210 Laing, F. T. B., Terang, 83 Laing, George, Horsham, 97 Laing, Thomas, Noradjuha, 132 Laird Brothers, Ballarat, 187 Lake, Charles, Richmond, 704 Lalor, William, St. Hubert's, 411 Lamb, George, Portland, 54 Lambell, William, Murgheboluc, 265 Lambert and Son, Melbourne, 609 Lambert, James, Preston, 734 Lambert, Wm. L., Melbourne, 729 Lambourn, Jacob, Wodonga, 346 Lambourn, W. J., Brthn., Tambo, 363 Lambrick, R., Melbourne, 720 Lamont, George, Alexandra, 328 Lancaster, John, Fitzroy, 609 Lanceley, Jonas, Mordialloc, 734 Land Co, of Aus. Ltd., Melb., 545 Land Mort. Bank of Vict., Melb., 545 Landry, William, Marong, 271 Landt, John, Cannum, Iio Lane, Charles, Horsham, 97 Lane, C. J., Melbourne, 711. Lane, Henry, Preston E., 740 Lane, Richard, Elsternwick, 523 Lang, Alexander, Ondit, 83 Lang, Alexander, Walhalla, 377 Lang, James, J.P., Harcourt, 248 Lang, John, Balmoral, 64 Lang, John, J.P., Collingwood, 726 Lang, M., and Co., Melbourne, 567 Lang, Matthew, Terang, 85 Lang, Samuel, Fitzroy, 609 Lang, W. B., Melbourne, 66; Langbein, I., and Co., Daylesford, 261 Langdon, Thos., M.L.A., Prahran, 482 Lange, Friedrich, Dimboola, III Lange, Johann C. W., Katyil, iii Lange, Ludwig, Natimuk, 132 Langenbacher, John, Ararat, 204 Langley, Wm. H., J.P., Dunolly, 222 Langley, Charles, Murtoa, III Langmuir, Robt., Bacchus Marsh, 428 Langton, Hy., Upper Hawthorn, 692 Langtree, Chas. Wm., Melbourne, 482 Lansdowne, Edward,Gisborne, 428 Lansell, Wootton, Leichardt, 272 Lanyon, J. B., E. Richmond, 644 Lapsley, Robert, Lockwood, 274 Lapthorne, Henry J., Katunga E., 306 Larkin Bros., Albert Park, 644 Larkin, Matthias, S. Melbourne, 582 Larkins, John J., Daylesford, 248 Laslett, William, Malmsbury, 234 Latham, Edward, Carlton, 674 Latham, Samuel J., Carlsruhe, 234 Latham, William, Stratford, 377 Laube, Richard, Yarraville, 609 Lauer, John G., N. Melbourne, 692 Launder, George, Melbourne, 523 Laurie, Henry, LL.D., Carlton, 482 Laurens, John, M.L.A., 482 Lavater, Geo. T. A., St. Kilda, 482 Laver, George F., Kyneton, 234 Laver, John, Koroit, 49 Lavers, John, Broadmeadows, 428 Lavers, Martin, Broadmeadows, 428 Lawler, Robert, Colac, 85 Lawrence and Adam, Melbourne, 567 Lawrence, Jas. D., Beechworth, 346 Lawrence, James, Dunolly, 222 Lawrence, 0. V., M.D., Fitzroy, 523 Lawson, Andrew, Garup, 121 Lawson, Archibald, Kewell, III Lay, William, Ballan, 223 Layburn, James, Oakleigh, 734 Laycock, Son and Nettleton, South Melbourne, 609 Lazarus, Mrs. Ellen, Melbourne, 721 Lazarus, Rosenfeld and Benjamin, Melbourne, 567 Leake, Alfred, Wyndham, 265 Leake, William, Wyndham, 165 Learey, John W., East Brighton, 692 Learey, W. G., J.P., E. Brighton, 692 Learmonth,'Alexander, Areegra, III Learmonth Bros., Ballarat, 204 Learmonth, Robert, Areegra, III Learmonth, Wm., Moonee Ponds, 724 Leary, George, Preston S., 740 Leason, James, Lillimur, 232 Leckie, James, J.P., Sebastopol, 188 Le Cren, Charles, Melbourne, 483 lee, David, Melbourne, 483 Lee, John, J.P., Wangoom, o Lee, John T., Wyndham, 265 Lee, Mary, Yarroweyah, 306 Lee, Wm. A., Wallan Wallah, 429 Lees, Daniel W., Bonegilla, 346 Leeson, Benjamin G., Rupanyup, III Lefebvre and Co., Melbourne, 567 Le Fevre, Dr. G., Melbourne, 483 Legg, J. T., Williamstown, 609 Leggatt, Mrs. Jane, Brunswick, 692 Legge, Matthew H., Prahran, 523 Leggo, Henry, Ballarat, 187 Le Gould, L., C.E., Griffiths' P., 395 Lehmann, Johann F., Dimboola, 222 Lehmann, John, Kalkee, 222 Lehrke, Heinrich, Northcote, 692 Leigh, Henry, Ceres, 265 Leigh, John, Portarlington, 265 Leigh, William, Ceres, 265 Leighton and Turner, Carlton, 645 Leighton, George, Wodonga, 346 Leitch, William, Burnley, 645 Leith, George, Drouin, 377 Leith, G. B., Flemington, 645 Leithhead & Cormick, Brunswick, 645 Le klaistre, Capt. J. F., St. Kilda, 523 Lennon, Frederick, Lockwood, 274 Lennon, John, Toolamba W., 306 Leonard, James, Oakleigh, 740 Leonard, Patrick, Mudgegonga, 346 Le Page, Charles, Morang, 411 Le Page, Peter, Morang, 421 Le Page, Thos., Brighton S., 729 Leplastrier, Henry J., Melbourne, 484 Leslie, Alexander, Wail, III Leslie, William George, Laen, III Letham, John, Carlton, 609 Lethbridge, Christopher, Melb., 711 Lett, William, Stratford, 377 Levien, Hon. Jonas, St. Kilda, 484 Levin, Arnold, Melbourne, 609 Levinson, Mark, Ballarat, 196 Levy, Alfred L., Port Melbourne, 674 Levy Bros. and Co., Melbourne, 567 Levy, Maurice, Melbourne, 722 Lewis Bros., Walmer, 262 Lewis, C. F., J.P., St. Arnaud, 222 Lewis, G. C., Brighton, 609 Lewis, Henry J. R., Fitzroy, 716 Lewis, Jenkin, Ballarat, 288 Lewis, John, E. Richmond, 645 Lewis, J. W., Avoca, 222 Lewis, S. and R., Collingwood, 6io Leyden, Mrs. Margaret, Bulla, 429 Liardet, Frank, Rosedale, 377 Liddiard, Francis, Apsley, 64 Lidgerwood, William, Devenish, 306 Lidgett, Robert, Bacchus Marsh, 429 Lidstone, William, Melbourne, 6io Light, Thomas, Mt. Arapiles, 132. Liley, Capt. W. T., Williamstown, 523 Lilford, Charles, Tongala, 307 Lilford, William, Tongala, 307 Lilley, Jonathan, Yarraville, 645 Lillie, Thomas, Baringhup, 261 Lillies, Dr. H., Armadale, 523 Lillingston, D. H., Balmoral, 64 Lilly, G. A., Melbourne, 720 Limbrick, James, Waaia, 307 Linard, Henry, Violet 'T'own, 329 Linay, Robt. F., South Yarra, 645 Lincoln & Humphris, Toongabbie, 377 Lindner, August, Vectis East, III Lindsay, Crawfurd, Williamstown, 724 Lindsay, James, Ringwood, 412 Lindsay, Mat., Staghorn Flat, 346 Lindsay, R. C., M.D., Creswick, 248 Lindsay, Wm., Woolsthorpe, 40 Lindsell, Henry, Bungaree, 213 Lines, Mark, Windsor, 729 Linford, William, Meredith, 165 Linn, Mrs. Henry, Terang, 85 Linton, George Vale, Sc. Kilda, 582 Lion Rolling Mills, S. Melb., 748 Lipmanowitz, Leopold, Melb., 711 Lipshut, John, Melbourne, 674 Lithgow, David, Lilydale, 411 Lithgow, John, J.P., Lilydale, 412 Lithgow, Robert, Lilydale, 422 Little, Dugald, Campbellfield, 429 Little, Edward, Brunswick, 645 Little, John, J.P., Ararat, 204 Little, John, J.P., Sale, 378 Little, Richard, Melbourne 711 Little, Thomas, J.P.; Lancefield, 429 Little, William, J.P., Ballarat, 180 Little, William H., Kensington, 692 Little, William, J.P., Stratford, 378 Little, Willis, Benalla, 329 Littlewood, John, Newmarket, 692 Livesey, John, Preston S., 740 Livingstone, Allan, Warracknab., III Livingstone, Lewis, Carlton, 729 Lizard, Edmund L., Narioka, 307 Llewllyn, Llewllyn, Koyuga, 307 Llewellyn, Robert, Ballarat, 288 Lloyd, Arthur Moore, Sandhurst, 271 Lloyd Bros. & Maginnis, Melb., 6io Lloyd, John, Tallangatta, 346 Lloyd, John, Thorpdale, 378 Lloyd, William H., Dimboola, III Lloyd, William, Rushworth, 307 Loader, Joseph, Pimpinio, III Lobb, Joseph, Keilor, 429 Lobban, Kenneth, Talgarno, 347 Loch, H. E. Sir Hy. B., Melb., 457 Lock, Francis, Moolort, 261 Lock, George, Digger's Rest, 429 Loekens, Danl., Mulgrave, 740 Lockhart, W. P., & Co., Melb., 568 Lockmann, Fredk. H., Kaniva, 132 Lockwood, Henry, Girgarre E., 307 Lockwood, J., J.P., Lancefield, 429 Lockwood, Jas. W., Melbourne, 523 Lodge, William, Little River, 165 Loeman, Michael, J.P., Bulla, 429 Logan, Duncan, Rutherglen, 347 Logan, James, Maryborough, 222 London Char. Bk, of Aus., Melb., 546 Long, Daniel R., Melbourne, 674 Long, James, Ballarat, 188 Long, John, Caulfield, 747 Long, John H., Melbourne, 568 Longbottom, Percival, Malvern, 645 Longhurst, I. F., J.P., Egerton, 213 Longhurst, W. N., Ballarat, 288 Longmore; John, Berwick, 396 Longstaff, John, Allan's Flat, 347 Lonie, Dingle & Co., Ballarat E., i88 Lonie, H., Valley Field, 429 Lonsdale, George, Bloomfield, 378 Loof, Charles F., Katamatite, 307 Looker, W. R., & Sons, Melb., 568 Loony, Thomas, Rutherglen, 347 Lord, George, Kellalac, 212 Lord, Jas., Carlton, 645 Lord, James, Kellalac, 122 Lord, Samuel, Pomborneit, 85 Lording, William J., Prahran, 674 Lorimer, Andrew, St. Arnaud, 222 Lorimer, Hon. Sir James, Melb., 484 Loscombe, John, Darlimurla, 378 Loscombe, William, Carlton, 6io Loud, Wm., Albert Park, 645 Loughran, Michael, Wooroonoke, 284 Loughran, E. B., Windsor, 523 Love, Angus and John, Keilor, 429 Love, John D.: J.P., Tatura, 307 Lovelock, Daniel, Melbourne, 568 Lovewell, G. H., Warrnambool, 35 Lowe, Frederick, Ararat, 204 Lowe, Samuel J., South Melb., 6io Lowenstein, Alex., Maryborough, 222 Lucas, Arthur H. S., Melbourne, 523 Lucas, Christian, Sheep Hills, 112 Lucas, John, Macarthur, M Ludiman, Henry, Waggarandall, 307 Lum, Robert, Fern Tree Gully, 412 Lumsden, John, Warrnambool, 35 Lumsden, W. J., Warrnambool, 35 Lundborg, J. W., S. Melbourne, 484 Lunt, John, Windsor, 524 Lupton, Arthur, Yarroweyah, 307 Luth, G. A., Charlton, 284 Lutze, Julius, Minyip, 112 Lutzen, Conrad, Baranduda, 347 Lyall, David, Creswick, 248j Lyle Bros., Ballarat, 188 Lyle, Wm., J.P., Bacchus Marsh, 429 Lymer, Henry, Ararat, 204 Lynch, Andrew, Mooroopna W., 307 Lynch, Michl., Gowerville, 740 Lynch, Michael, Kellalac, 112 Lynch, T., South Pakenham, 396 Lyndon, G. C., Sale, 378 Lyon, Basil, Balmoral, 66 Lyon, E. and W., Windsor, 645 Lyon, Mrs. J., Essendon, 747 Lyon, Peter, Laanecoorie, 274 Lyons, Alfred, Cranbourne, 396 Lyons, I., and Co., Melbourne, 568 Lyons, Michael, Lyndhurst, 396 Lyons, Patrick, Kyneton, 234 Lyons, William, Sale; 378 Lysaght Bros. & Co. Ltd., Mel., 610 Lyster and Cooke, Fitzroy, 6io Lyster, James, Seymour, 329 Maben, Wm., Malvern, `flinch, Wm., Broadmeadows, 429` M`Allister, Donald, Callawadda, Allister, John, Marnoo, 240 M`Alpine, Captain A., Bairnsdale, 363 M`Alpine, David, Myrtleford, 347 M`Arthur, Archd., Bangerang, 212 M`Arthur, David, Ararat, 204 M`Arthur, Donald, Areegra, 112 M`Arthur, P., J.P., Camperdown, 85 Macarthur, Rowand, Bairnsdale, 363 M`Askle, Alexander, Epping, 429 MacDain, Hon. Sir Jas., Toorak, 488 M`Bean, Geo. G., Albert Park, 645 MBean, J., and Son, Melbourne, 6io M`Bean, Robert, J.P., Benalla, 329 M`Briar, William, Bairnsdale, 363 M`Bride, Peter, St. Arnaud, 223 M`Burnie, John, Picola, 307 M`Caffrey, Joseph, Brighton N., 724 M`Call, Archd;, Timmering E., 307 M`Call, Geo., Windsor, 716 M`Calman, Garde & Co., N. Mel., 6io M`Callum, Patrick L., Devenish, 307 M 'Cann, Ezekiel, Springhnrst, 347 M`Cann, John, Essendon, 611 M`Cann, Peter, J.P., Ceres, 265 McCarron, Bird & Co., Melb., 569 M`Carron, James, Barwo, 307 McCarron, John F., Melbourne, 493 M`Carthy, James, Kerang, 284 M `Carthy, James, Tarrawingee, 347 Macartney, Rev. H. B., Melb., 484 Macartney, Rev., jun., Caulfield, 485 Macartney, John, Lake Rowan, 307 Macartney, W. H., Kyabram E., 307 M`Caulay, Hector, Tallangatta, 347 M`Caw, M., Melbourne, 568 M`Cleary, Joseph, Talbot, 248 M`Cleary, S., Splitter's Creek, 248 M`Clelland, Robert, Girgarre E., 308 M`Clelland, William, Lara, 265 M`Clure, David, Karimba, 308 M`Clure, Farquhar, Katunga, 308 M`Clure, James, Mt. Arapiles, 132 M`Clure, John, Mt. Arapiles, 132 M`Clure, R. G., Mt. Arapiles, 132 M`Coll, James, Balmoral, 66 M`Coll, John S., Balmoral, 66 M 'Coll, William, Upper Maffra, 378 M`Comas and Co., Melbourne, 622 M`Combe, Alex., Allan's Flat, 347 N[`Connell, William, Charlton, 284 M`Conochie, Gordon, Marnoo, 240 M`Conochie, John, Callawadda, 140 M`Conochie, John, Coleraine, 66 M`Cord, John, Jeetho, 396 M`Corell, T., Morwell Bridge, 378 M`Corkell, Samuel, Conangalt, 430 M`Cormack, Thomas, Cobram, 308 M`Cormick, Jas.. Collingwood, 716 M`Cormick, John, Bonn, 308 M`Cormick, Matthew, Creswick, 248 M`Cormick, Mrs., M. Wangaratta, 347

35 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO VOL, II. 815 M'Cormick, P., Osborne's 1'lat, 347 M'Cormick, Thomas, Dean, 248 M `Coubrie, R. J., Camberwell, 692 M'Crae, G. G., Lr. Hawthorn, 485 M`Crae, James, Camperdown, 85 M`Crae, Dr. Wm., East Melb., 489 M`Cracken, R., & Co., Melb., 676 M'Crimmon, J., Romsey, 430 M'Cuish, Charles, Natimuk, 132 M`Culley, John J., Melbourne, 524 M'Culloch Carrying Co., Melb., 721 M'Culloch, Hon. Sir Jas., Melb., 489 M`Culloch, Wm., M.L.C., Melb., 491 M`Cullough, D. M., Warrnambool, 35 M`Cullough, Francis, Drysdale, 165 M`Cullough, T., Warrnambool, 35 M`Cutcheon, Mrs. M. C., Richd., 704 M`Dermott, James, Strathmerton, 308 Macdermott, Loughnan and Scarr, Melbourne, 568 M`Dermott, Peter, Collingwood, 704 MacDonald, Dr. A., Coleraine, 66 M`Donald, Angus, Devenish, 308 M`Donald, Alex., S. Melbourne, 729 M'Donald, Alex. V., Mordialloc, 740 Macdonald, Alex., Wooroonoke, 284 Macdonald, Allan, Nhill, 132 M`Donald, Angus, Yendon, 213 M`Donald, Archibald, Swan Hill, 284 M`Donald, Daniel, Timmering, 308 M`Donald, Donald, Boort, 284 M`Donald, Donald, Nullan; III M`Donald, Duncan, Waaia, 308 M'Donald, Ewen, Noradjuha, 142 M`Donald, Ewen, Terang, 85 Macdonald, Farquhar, Terang, 85 Macdonald, Finlay, Lauriston, 249 M`Donald, Fleming, Leigh-road, 165 M`Donald, Fred., W., Hawthorn, 693 M`Donald, Hugh, Cannum, 113 M`Donald, J., sen., Camperdown, 85 M`Donald, James, Hazlewood, 378 M`Donald, J. Gordon, Ballarat, 188 M`Donald, John, Oxford, 49 M'Donald, J. R., Framlingham, 41 M`Donald, Murdo, Terang, 86 Macdonald, Neil, Callawadda, 140 1VI `Donald, Peter, Lake Rowan, 308 Macdonald, Roderick, Footscray, 716 M`Dougall, Alex., Tarranginnie, 132 MacDougall, Jas., & Co., Melb., 568 Macdougall, John, Bylands, 430 M'Dougall, J. D., Melbourne, 674 A,1'Dougall, Dugald, Glenferrie, 489 M `Dougall, Robert, Keilor, 430 M`Dougall, R., Bruthen Tambo, 363 M'Eacharn, Archd., Bairnsdale, 363 M`Eachren, Archd., Wangaratta, 347 M'Elroy, E. F., Ballarat, 188 M`Eniff, Michael, Undera, 308 M`Ewan, J., & Co. Ltd., Melb., 569 M`Fadyen, David K., St. James, 308 Macfarlan, David, Brunswick, 582 M`Farlan, Jas., Melbourne, 704 MacFarland, John H., Carlton, 492 M`Farlane, Archibald, Minyip, 113 M`Farlane, C. W., Wodonga W., 347 M `Farlane, C. J. T., Wodonga W., 347 MaFarlane, Dr. C. C., Hamilton, 60 MaFarlane, Geo., Melbourne, 711 Macfarlane, John, Prahran, 645 MaFarlane, Malcolm, Minyip, i13 MaFarlane, R., S. Melbourne, 729 M`Farlane, W. H., Bacchus M., 430 M`Fee, William T., Melbourne, 569 M`Feeters, William, Lake Rowan, 308 Macfie, Matthew, Armadale, 489 M`Gaffin, Alexander, Wodonga, 347 M`Garry, Robert, Rupanyup, 113 M`Garvie, William, Pomborneit, 86 M`Gee, John, & Co., Melbourne, 569 M`Gennan. P. J., Warrnambool, 35 M`Geoch, James H., Wodonga, 347 M`George, J. and J., Gisborne, 430 M'Gibbony, John, Ararat, 204 M`Gill, James, Bethanga, 347 M`Gillien, Bernard, Undera, 308 M'Gillivray, Angus, Mount Hope, 284 M'Gillivray, John, Lara, 165 M`Gillivray, Paul H., Sandhurst, 489 M`Gilp, Neil, Minyip, 113 M'Glashan, Alexander, Boort, 284 M'Gonagle, H. P., South Yarra, 729 M'Gowan, Geo. A., Queensferry, 396 M`Gowan, J., and Sons, Carlton, 645 M`Gowan, Samuel, Picola, 308 M `Grath, Hy., Windsor, 645 M`Grath, Michael, Tallangatta, M`Grath, J. J., Richmond, M`Grath, Rody, Wooroonoke, 284 M 'Gregor, Donald, Marnoo, 140 M'Gregor, D. R., Melbourne, 570 M'Gregor, John, Callawadda, 140 Macgregor, John El., Ik'Ielbourne, 5.69 M`Gregor, Malcolm, Callawadda, 141 M`Gregor, W. R., Castlemaine, 248 M `Guigan, John, Melbourne, 712 Machar and Teal, Collingwood, 6ir M`Harry, David, jun., Lara, 167 M'Harry, David, sen., Lara, 165 Machin, Thos., South Yarra, 646 M'Hugh, A. J., J.P., Yannathan, 378 M`Ilrath, Jas., Kiata, 132 M`Innis, Angus, Abbotsford, 729 M`Innes, Donald, Kerang, 284 M`Innis, Donald, Miram Piram, 133 M`Innes, Neil, Romsey, 430 M'Intosh, Alexander, Queenscliff, 167 M`Intosh, Andrew, Northcote, 693 Macintosh, C., J.P., Glenorchy, 113 M`Intosh, F. G., Bacchus Marsh, 430 M`Intosh, Jas., J.P., Blowhard, 204 Macintosh, Jas., Braybrook, 740 M`Intosh, John, Spring Vale, 740 M`Intosh, T. 0., Maffra, 378 M'Intyre Bros., Wallup, 113 M'Intyre, Donald, Whittlesea, 412 M'Intyre, Jas., Braybrook, 740 M`Intyre, John, Chiltern, 348 M`Intyre, J., M.L.A., Sandhurst, 274 Macintyre, Thomas, jr., Lilydale, 412 Macintyre, Thomas, sr., Lilydale, 412 Macintyre, Wm. A., Northwood, 309 MacIver, Hugh, Quambatook, 284 M 'Ivor, John, Kerang, 284 Mack, Joseph, Warrnambool, 35 M'Kay, Alexander, Raywood, 271 M'Kay, Andrew, Seymour, 308 M`Kay and Russell, Burnley, 612 M`Kay, A., Richmond, 646 M`Kay, Charles, Callawadda, 141 M`Kay, Donald, Meredith, 167 M'Kay, Donald, Yea, 329 Mackay, Frederick, Melbourne, 570 Mackay, Mrs. Frances, Everton, 348 Mackay, George, Dunolly, 223 M`Kay, George, Joyce's Creek, 261 M 'Kay, George, Spring Creek, Mackay, Hugh, Dean, M'Kay, Hugh, Pirron Yalloak, 86 Mackay, Hugh, Warrnambool, 35 Mackay, John, Springhurst, 348 Mackay, Robert, Chiltern, 348 M'Kay, William, Newlyn, 248 M'Kean & Leonard, Melbourne, 524 M'Kechnie, John, Port Fairy, 46 M'Kee, Robert, Elmore South, 271 M'Kee, William, Collingwood, 729 M'Kelvie, Robert, Mulgrave, 740 M'Kelvie, William, Thalia, 284 M'Kenna, Martin, J.P., Kyneton, 234 Mackenzie, A., Glenaroua, 249 M'Kenzie, A., Kinimakatka; 133 Mackenzie, Alexander, Murtoa, 113 M'Kenzie, A., Violet Town, 329 Mackenzie, A. G., N. Carlton, 646 M'Kenzie & Ballard, Melb., 570 M'Kenzie, Colin A., Trawool, 329 M'Kenzie, Rev. D., Collingwood, 492 M'Kenzie, Donald, Glenaroua, 248 M'Kenzie, Donald, Terang, 86 M'Kenzie, Duncan, Queensferry, 396 M'Kenzie, George, St. Arnaud, 223 Mackenzie, Gotthelf, Woorak, 132 M'Kenzie, H.D., J.P., Woodend, 234 Mackenzie, James, J.P., Yalca, 309 M'Kenzie, John, Ballarat, 196 M'Kenzie, John, Kalkee, "3 M'Kenzie, John, Kinimakatka, 133 M'Kenzie, Kenneth, Malmsbury, 234 M'Kenzie, Thomas, Undera, 308 M'Kerchar, J., Broadmeadows, 430 Mackey, A. D., Buln Buln, 379 Mackey, Timothy, Devenish, 309 M'Kibbin, A. William, Kiewa, 348 Mackie, Alexander, Mulgrave, 740 Mackie, James, Newstead, 261 Mackie, James, Wanalta, 309 M`Killop, Peter, St. Kilda, 493 M'Kimmie, William, Bundoora, 430 M'Kinery, J., and Co., Carlton, 646 M`Kinnon, Archibald, Mortlake, 86 Mackinnon, Daniel, Terang, 86 M'Kinnon, Ewen, Picola, 308 M`Kinnon, G. S., Tarranginnie, 133 M`Kinnon, Godfrey, Marnoo, 141 M`Kinnon, Lachlan, Wallup, 1.13 M `Kinty, T., J.P., Boorahman, 348 M`Kissack, William, Corop, 308 M'Kitterick, John, Morwell, 378 M'Kittrick, Alfred, St. Kilda, 724 M`Kittrick, Hy., S. Brighton, 704 Mackmanus, John F., Seaton, 379 M`Lachlan, D., Warracknabeal, 113 M'Lachlan, John C., Smeaton, 248 M'Lannan, John, Drung Drung, 113 M`Laren, William, Kialla W., 308 M`Larty, Archibald, Cannum, 11q M `Laughlan Bros., Melbourne, 612 M`Laughlan, George, Goorambat, 309 M`Laughlan, J., S. Melbourne, 612 y2'laughlin, Daniel, Jumbunna, 396 M 'Laughlin, Charles, Epping, 430 M`Laughlin, Michael, Morang, 412 M`Laughlin, Patrick, Bairnsdale, 363 g'`laurin, Archibald, Caulfield, 492 M`Lay, John, Marong, 271 M`Lay, John, Moolort, 261 M`Lean, A., M.L.A., Melbourne, 492 IVlaclean, Angus, J.P., Melb., 612 M'Lean, Archibald, Bellarine, 167 M Lean Bros. & Rigg Ltd., Melb., 570 M'Lean, Charles Sd., Dunmunkle, 114 M`Lean, Donald, Mysia, 284 M`Lean, Hugh, Rupanyup, 114 M`Lean, J., M.D., Hawkesburn, 646 M'Lean, James, Portarlington, 167 M`Lean, John, Nhi11,'33 M 'Lean, Jos. Geo., Parkville, 646 ''Lean, Mrs. M., Woodstock, 430 M'Lean (Neil) and Sons., Melb., 674 M`Lellan, Donald, Hamilton, 60 M `Lellan, George, Karimba, 309 M`Lennan, Alexander, Windsor, 693 M'Lennan and Co., Cranbourne, 396 M`Lennan, Donald, Kellalac, 114 M`Lennan, Donald, Kotupna, 309 M`Lennan, Ewen, Katyil, 114 M`Lennan, Inverurie A., Wallup, 114 M'Lennan, John, Dimboola, 114 M`Lennan, William, Marnoo, 141 M'Leod, Alex., J.P., Broadford, 329 M`Leod, Mrs. A., Wallan Wallan, 430 M`Leod, Donald, Tongala, 309 M`Leod, Kenneth, Korokubeal, 141 M `Leod, James, Banyena, 114 M'Leod, John, Gillieston, 309 M`Leod, Roderick, Gre-Gre, 227 M'Leod, William, Little River, 167 M'Mahon, John, Northcote, 492 M`Mahon, John, Kariah, 86 M'Mahon, John, J.P., Trafalgar, 378 M`Mahon, Michael, Golden Point, 249 M'Mahon, Terence, Jumbunna, 396 M'Slanus, Bernard, Pimpinio, 114 M`Martin, William, Thornton, 329 M`Master, William, N. Melb., 693 M`May, John, Pyramid Hill, 284 M`Meekin Bros., Warrnambool, 36 Mackmeikan and Co., Melb., 571 Macmeikan, James, Buninyong, 213 MacMicking, Robert, Melbourne, 492 M`Mi11an, Alexander P., Geelong, 155 Macmillan, Dr. A. R., Casterton, 66 M`Millan, Charles, Lubeck, 1i4 M`Millan, Dr. Neil, Murchison, `1urtrie, James, Glenorchy, 141 M `Murtrie, John, Longwarry S., 378 M 'Nab, John & Angus, Keilor, 430 M'Nab Bros., Keilor, 430 M`Nab, Duncan, St. Huberts, 412 M'Nabb, George, Cobram, 309 M`Nabb, William, Morwell; 378 M`Nair, John, Flemington, 646 M`Namara, Edward, Fitzroy, 705 M'Namara, John, Preston, 740 B'Namara, John, Tallangatta, 348 M`Namara, Michael, Marong, 271 M'Namara, P., Moonee Ponds, 741 MacNamara, Thos., Newport, 612 M`Naughton, D., Strangways, 249 M`Naughton, Hugh, Rupanyup, IIq M`Naughton, John, Longford, 379 M`Naughton, S., Little River, 167 M`Nee, James, Prahran, 524 M`Neilage and Co., Port Melb., 612 M`Neill, Allan, Warrnambool, 36 M`Neill, James R., Walhalla, 379 M`Neill, Michael, Mount Hope, 284 M`Neil, Thomas, Katunga, 309 M Neill, W. H., Barnawartha, 348 M`Nichol, Donald, Camperdown, 86 M`Nichol, Duncan, Camperdown, 86 M`NicoI, J., South Melbourne, 612 M`Nicol, William, Gisborne, 430 M`Niven, Joseph, Lawloit, 133 M`Phail, Daniel, Creswick, 249 M'Phail, Donald, Grasmere, 41 M`Phail, Dugald, Essendon, 524 M`Phee, Alexander, Corop, 309 M`Phee, John, Ballarat, 196 M`Phee, John, Natimuk, 133 M 'Pherson, Angus, Rushworth, 309 M'Pherson, A., Richmond, 729 Macpherson, B. L., Streatham, 199 M`Pherson, D., Green's Creek, 205 Macpherson, D., J.P., Ballan, 214 M'Pherson, J., jr., Christmas H., `Pherson, J., sr., Christmas H., 412 M`Pherson, James, Melton, 40 Macpherson, M., Dandenong, 524 M`Pherson, Peter, Eddington, 249 M'Pherson, Robert, Springhurst, 348 MacPherson, W., M. Brighton, 693 M`Pherson, William, Newlyn, 249 M`Pherson, W. G., St. Arnaud, 223 M'Pherson, William, Wyndham, 167 M`Quade, Peter J., Dandenong, 741 M'Queen, Malcolm, S. Brighton, 705 M`Quillen, Patrick, Undera, 309 M'Rae and Simpson, Richmond, 6,46 M 'Rae Bros., Dimboola, 114 M`Rae, C., Naringaningalook, 309 M'Rae, Christopher, Rochford, 431 fll `Rae, David, Ballan, 214 1VI'Rae, Donald, Mt. Arapiles, 133 M`Rae, Donald, Narrewarren, 412 M`Rae, K. and R., Noradjuha, 142 Macrae, Thomas, Katyil, I14 M`Rae, Wm., Melbourne, 721 M'Sweeney, D., Warrnambool, 36 M `Swiney, Eugene, Tallangatta, 348 MacVean, Rev. A., Brunswick, 492 M'Waters, Alfred D., Natimuk, 133 M`Whirter, Andrew, Wallup, 114 M`William, David, Terang, 86 M`Williams, Andrew, Geelong, 155 M`Williams, L. H., Grantville, 397 Madden, George, Batesford, 167 Madden, James J., St. Hubert's, 412 Madden, John, Gheringap, 167 Madden, Hon. W., M.L.A., Islel., 492 Maddicks, J. G., Fern Tree G., 412 Maddock, E., Staghorn Flat, 348 Madill, David, Undera, 309 Madsen, William, S. Preston, 735 Maffey, C. and M., Malvern, 582 Magill, William J., Lowan, 132 Magnin, Edward, Neerim, 379 Magin, James, Buln Buln, 379 Magnus, Frederick E., Wallup, 115 Maher, Cornelius, Charlton, 284 Maher, John, Boolara, 379 Maher, Mrs. Margt., Tallarook, 329 Maher, Patrick, Chintin, 431 Mahoney, Cornelius, Bac. Marsh, 431 Mahood, Jas., Purnim, 41 Mair, Charles R., J.P., Poowong, 397 Mair, Colonel Wm., Brighton, 490 Mailer, Robert, Moreland, 492 Main (Thomas) and Son, E. Melb., 612 Makin, Joseph, Numurkah, 310 Makutz and Barke, Melbourne, 612 Maling, John B., Balwyn, 646 Mall, John, Fitzroy, 729 Mallett, David R., Longwarry, 379 Mallett, T. B., Prahran, 646 Mallon, Arthur, Bulla, 431 Malone, Bartholomew, Corop, 310 Malone, James, Mologa, 284 Malone, Jas., South Yarra, 646 Malone, Martin, Bullarook, 132 Maloney, Martin, Undera, 310 Malvahill, Michael, Toolleen, 271 Malyon, William H., Ballarat, 181 Manby, Rev. James, Meredith, 167 Mangan, Simon, Tongala, 310 Manifold Bros., Camperdown, 86 Manks, William P., Newmarket, 613 Manley, Abraham, West Charlton, 285 Manley, Charles L., East Brighton, 675 Mann, George S., Leneva, 348 Manning, Eustace, Wallan Wallan, 431 Mansfield, David, Bulla, 431 Mansfield, John, Bulla, 431 Mansfield, Samuel, Tullamarine, 431 Manson, Andrew, Baringhup, 261 Manson, Donald, Upper Maffra, 379 Manson, William, Mortlake, 86 Manson, W., Upper Maffra, 379 Mantell, Rev. W. W., Abbotsford, 490 Mapleson, F. W., Lang Lang, 397 Mappin, Bros., S. Melbourne, 626 Mapson, J., J.P., S. Muckleford, 26, Marchant, W., Portarlington, 167 Marengo, John B., Chiltern, 348 Marfleet, John, Mologa, 285 Markby, John, Melbourne, 613 Marks, A., and Co., Carlton, 525 Marks, Hy., Melbourne, 712 Marks, Wm. H., Ni-Ni, 132 Marrabel, John E., Warragul, 379 Marriott, Thos., Prahran, 646 Mars, Cheri, Gordon, 214 Marsh, J. T., Ballarat, 189 Marshall, Rev. Alex., Melb., 490 Marshall, Alex., Northcote, 646 Marshall Bros., Preston, 735 Marshall, D., J.P., Baringhup, 262 Marshall, Gilbert, Whittlesea, 412 Marshall, Jas., Fitzroy, 705 Marshall, John, Elsternwick, 716

36 8i6 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT Mars' gall, Michael, Rosebrook, 49 Marshall, T. S., Kensington, 525 Marshall, W., Bacchus Marsh, 431 Martin and Peacock, Melb., 647 Martin and Pleasance, Melb., 675 Martin and Quick, M elb., 646 Martin, A. L. E., Chiltern, 348 Martin, C., Armadale, 646 Martin, Charles H., Melbourne, 586 Martin, Chas. H., P. Melbourne, 646 Martin, David, Tatura, 310 Martin, F. A., Warracknabeal, 115 Martin, Henry, Dean, 249 Martin, Henry, Drysdale, 167 Martin, John, Bealiba, 227 Martin, John, Collingwood, 705 Martin,, John, Devenish, 310 Martin, Mrs. Mary, S. Melb., 705 Martin, Peter, Carlton, 525 Martin, P. J., Gisborne, 431 Martin, R., South Brunswick, 729 Martin, Robert, Walballa, 379 Martin, Thomas, Bethanga, 348 Martin, Thomas, jun., Bethanga, 348 Martin, William, Devenish, 310 Martin, William, Echuca, 285 Martin, William, Fitzroy, 729 Martin, William H., Kew, 693 Martin, W. C., Mornington, 397 Martyn, Henry, Maryborough, 223 Martyn, James, Charlton, 285 Maskell, Alfred, Katamatite, 310 Maskell, Arthur, Tatura, 310 Mason, Alfred, Richmond, 729 Mason, Charles, Fern Tree Gully, 412 Mason, Charles, Jindivick, 379 Mason, Geoffrey, Bairnsdale, 363 Mason, James, Raywood, 271 Mason, John, Strathmerton, 310 Mason, 6lrs. John, Tan Yean, 412 Mason, Joseph, Jindivick, 379 Mason, Thomas, Everton, 348 Mason, Thomas W., Northcote, 613 Mason, Thos., Williamstown, 490 Massey, John W., Maldon, 250 Masterman, G. T., Raywood; 271 Masterton, David, N. Fitzroy, 647 Mather, George, Waaia, 310 Matherson, Nicholas, Mirboo, 379 Mathes, Hy., J.P., Sebastopol, 189 Matheson, Donald, Strangways, 250 Matheson, John, Clarendon, 214 Matheson, Kenneth, M etcalfe, 234 Matthew, James, Fyansford, 167 Matthews and Co., Melbourne, 571 Matthews, F., Port Melbourne, 716 Matthews, Geo. W. B., Woorak, 132 Matthews, Hosea, Bontherambo, 348 Matthews, John C., Callawadda, 141 Matthews, S. G., Williamstown, 675 Matthews, William, Kolora, 86 Maunder, George, Wallalloo, 141 Mawbev, Henry, Terang, 86 Mawdesly, James, Yalca, 310 Maxted, George, Romsey, 431 May, Andrew, Borung, 223 May, John, Northcote, 525 May, Joseph, Casterton, 66 May, Samuel, J.P., Horsham, 97 Mayne, Nickless and Co., Melb., 721 Mayne, William, Warrnambool, 36 Mazzenti, F., Officer's Siding, 397 Meader, William, Doncaster, 741 Meadows, M. B., Tallarook, 329 Meagher, John, Hesket, 431 Meagher, Michael, Bethanga, 348 Meagher, Patrick F., Newham, 431 Mechanics' Institute, Woodford, 55 Meckiff, John, North Fitzroy, 647 Medcalf, Charles, Inglewood, 223 Medlyn, R. R., Fryingpan Creek, 348 Meehan, Michael, Tongala, 310 Meek, Samuel, Kiata East, 133 Meeking, Charles F., Sebastian, 271 Mehegan, Daniel, Melbourne, 693 Meikle, Hugh, Bacchus Marsh, 431 Meikle, Hugh, Bungeet, 310 Mein, Dr. George A., St. Kilda, 490 Meincke, William, Dimboola, ii5 Melbourne, James, Ailsa, ii5 Melbourne Medical Hall, Melb., 675 Melbourne Permanent B.S., Melb., 546 Meldrum, Wm., J.P., Wangaratta, 349 Melville, F. J., J.P., Kensington, 748 Melville, James, Lockwood, 275 Melville, W. H., B.L., Hamilton, 60 Menotti, James, Daylesford, 250 Menzel, Carl A., Dimboola, 115 Menzel, Johann, Dimboola, 115 Menzies, David S., Kyabram, 310 Menzies' Hotel, Melbourne, 675 Mercantile Bk. of Aus. Ltd.,M el., 547 Mercer, Rev. Peter, Toorak, 491 Mercer, Wm., Daylesford, 250 Meredith, James, Moolort, 262 Meredith, Thos., Richmond, 647 Merrett, Thomas H., Richmond, 525 Merrifield, Geo., Castlemaine, 250 Merry, Wm., Malvern, 724 Messenger, Joseph, Bairnsdale, 363 Metcalf, Isaac, Epping, 431 Metcalfe, Thos., Great Western, 205 Metcher, Thomas, Windsor, 613 Methven, Alex., North Carlton, 675 Methven, David, J.P., Brunswick, 647 Mewburn, James, Kiata, 133 Meyer and Jacobson, S. Melb., 647 Meyer, Dr. Felix, Carlton, 525 Meyer, Francis, Lockwood, 275 Meyer, Frederick, W. Melbourne, 613 Michael, William, Laanecoorie, 275 Michelson, A. K., Ballarat, 196 Middleditch, G., Williamstown, 675 Midgley, David, Minyip, 115 Midgley, John, S. Melbourne, 647 Mier, Augustus B., N. Melb., 525 Mikkelsen Bros., Charlotte Plains, 262 Milburn, David, Keilor, 431 Mildren, Henry, Beethang, 349 Miles, James, Hallam, 285 Miles, Wm. W., J.P., Geelong, 155 Millan, A. P., Geelong, 155, Millane, Michael, Bolinda, 431 Millar, Donald C., Cobram, 310 Millar, Jaynes, Horsham, 97 Millar Wm., J.P., Elsternwick, 525 Miller, Alexander, Ballarat, 189 Miller Bros., Hawthorn, 647 Miller, David, Maffra, 379 Miller, David, Teesdale, 167 8Ziller, E. A. P., Hawthorn, 716 Miller, Mrs. E., Prahran, 693 Miller, Fredk., Yangery, 41 Miller, Geo., Footscray, 647 Miller, Gottfried F., Katyil, 115 Miller, Hon. Henry, Kew, 487 Miller, Hy., Port Melbourne, 724 Miller, H. Lindsay, Warrnambool, 36 Miller, I. W., Allansford, 4' Miller, James A., Poowong East, 397 Miller, John, Girgarre East, 310 Miller, John, J. P., Nhill, 133 Miller, J. W. & A. J., Tottington, 227 Miller, John, Woorak, 133 Miller, Peter F., Bullarook, 133 Miller, Peter, E. Melbourne, 647 Miller, Richard, S. Melbourne, 693 Miller, Samuel C. N., Lallat, 115 Miller, Thomas, Braybrook, 741 Miller, William, J.P., Nagambie, 310 Miller, William W., Ararat, 205 Millikin, James, Brunswick, 729 Mills, Alex., Essendon, 647 Mills, Henry, Natte Yallock, 227 Mills, Henty W., East Brighton, 524 Mills, John W., Ballarat, 189 Mills, John, Campbellfield, 432 Mills, John, Carlton, 582 Mills, John, Malvern, 705 Mills, Josiah J., Carlton, 705 Mills, William, Essendon, 524 Mills, William, Jung Jung, 115 Millsom, Mrs. H., Brunswick, 693 Milne, Alexander, Spring Vale, 741 Milne, Charles W., Smeaton, 250 Milne, John Murmungee, 349 Milner, John, Buninyong, 214 Milnes, Mark, Melbourne, 675 Milroy, Peter, Alexandra, 329 Milton, Alexander, Elmore, 271 Milton, Benjamin, Oakleigh, 741 Minchin, George, Barwo, 310 Minnis, J. H., Middle Brighton, 724 Minns, Henry G., Melton, 432 Minogue, James, Kyneton, 234 Minster, Charles W., W. Charlton, 285 Mirams, Edward, Fitzroy, 525 Mirams, James, M.L.A., Caulfield, 49, Missen, George, Wyndham, 167 Mitchell Bros., Carlton, 647 Mitchell, David, Melbourne, 647 Mitchell, George, S. Melbourne, 613 Mitchell, James, Ballarat East, 189 Mitchell, Jas., Collingwood, 717 Mitchell, James M`Ara, Braybrook, 741 Mitchell, J. G., South Yarra, 724 Mitchell, John G., South Yarra, 613 Mitchell, John, Kalkee, ii5 Mitchell, John, Kotupna, 310 Mitchell, John, South Yarra, 693 Mitchell, Peter, Jindivick, 380 Mitchell, Robert, Flemington, 675 Mitchell, R. St. J., J.P., Ngmbie., 310 Mitchell, R. J., Fern Hill, 234 Mitchell, R. S., Ballarat, 189 Mitchell, Thos. H., Toolamba W., 310 Mitchell, Thomas, Rupanyup, ii5 Mould, Henry W., S. Melbourne, 6,3 Mitchell, Thomas, Spring Mount, 250 Moulden, J. & J., Kinimakatka,134 Mitchell, Watson and Co., Melb., 648 Mounter, John, Blackwood, 432 Moeller, Peter, Dimboola, 115 Mounter, Wilford, Mooroopna N., 311 Moffatt, William T., J.P., Romsey, 432 Mountjoy, Thomas, Lorne, 86 Moggridge, Mrs. M. A., St. James, 3111 Mt. PryorVineyd., Brown's Plains, 349 Moll, Carl 0., Kaniva South, 133 Mouritz, George A., Brighton, 493 Moll, Hermann, Kaniva South, 134 Moller, William, Footscray, 613 ]Molloy, Lawrence, Morwell, 380 Moloney, John, Minyip, 115 Molphy, Thomas R., Sale, 380 Monagan, Matthew, Warragul, 380 Monaghan, P., Doctor's Creek, 205 Moncrieff, James, Waaia, 311 Moncur, Alexander, Thoona, 311 Morgan, Daniel, Osborne's Flat, 349 Monk and Day, Windsor, 613 Monk, John, Footscray, 693 Monk, Josh., Essendon, 724 Montgomerie, John F., N. Mel., 693 Montgomerie, R. K., W. Mel., 675 Montgomery, Henry, Prahran, 614 Moyes, John, Neerim South, 380 Moyle, Granville B;, Kilmore, 234 Moyle, John, Spring Creek, 349 Moyle, Joseph, Lara, 167 Mueller, Charles, Cannum, 116 Mueller, Daniel J., Chiltern, 349 Mueller, Edward, Wodonga, 349 Mueller, Baron Ferd. Von, Melb., 493 Mueller, John Tahbilk, 311 Muir, James, Bullarook, 134 Muir, Malcolm., South St. Kilda, 676 Muirhead, Thomas, Tallangatta, 349 Mulchinagh, Andrew, Woodstock, 432 Mulholland, Henry, St. Germain's, 311 Mullane, Jeremiah, Cowie's Creek, 167 Muller, A. J., Hawthorn, 648 Montrose, Charles, Melbourne, 525 Muller's Umbrella Fact., Ballarat, 189 Moodie, Alexander, Camperdown, 86 Muller, William, Frankston, 397 Moodie, John, St. Kilda, 524 Mulligan, John, Geelong, 155 Moodie, Wm., J.P., Coleraine, 66 Mullens, Patrick, St. James, 311 Moody, Christopher, Tooradin, Munckton, James R., Moolap, Moon, Augustus G., Alexandra, 329 Mundy, Henry, Naringaningalook, 311 Moon, John, Milawa, Munro and Baillieu, Melbourne, Mooney, Michael, Willung, 380 Munro, Donald, Hawthorn, 526 Moor, Mrs. Bridget, Whorouly, Munro, George, Alfredto, Moore, A. G., Hawthorn, 648 Munro, Hon. James, M.L.A., 493 Moore, Chas., and Co., Melb., 648 Munro, John D., Abbotsford, 648 Moore, Chas. R., Daylesford, 250 Munro, John, Framlingham, 41 ibloore, Edwd., Melbourne, 721 Munro, John, Hawthorn, 526 Moore, George, Mount Hope, 285 Munro, John, South Muckleford, 262 Moore, George, Oxley, Munro, Robert, Drouin, Moore, G. W., Richmond, 614 Munro, Wm. H., Bylands, 432 Moore, Dr. Hy. 0., Dandenong, 525 Munsie, William, Bulla, 432 Moore, Hy., S. Melbourne, 648 Muntz and Bage, Melbourne, 526 Moore, Rev. J., D.D., Ballarat, 491 Muntz, H., Melbourne, 721 Moore, Robert, Horsham, Murdie, William, Tarranginnie, Moore, Thomas, Warragul, 380 Murnane, Pat., Spring Mount, 250 Moore, William T., Melbourne, 675 Murnane, William, Panmure, 41 Moorhead, Henry C., Kerang, 285 Murphy, Daniel, Lilydale, 412 Moorhead, Wm., Windsor, 729 Muryhy, Hugh, Yellangip, 1,16 Moreton, Samuel H., Bangerang, zt6 Murphy, J. M., Coongulmerang, 363 Morgan, Chas., Allansford, 41 Murphy, James, Tongala, 311 Morgan, Edmund, Bontherambo, Murphy, John, Digger's Rest, Murphy, John, Panmure, 41 Morgan, Fredk. B., Carlton, 705 Morgan, Fredk. J., Pascoevale, 705 Murphy, Joseph, Blackwood, 432 Morgan, Godfrey, Donald, 116 Murphy, Mrs., Hazel Glen, 412 Morgan, Hy., S. Melbourne, 705 Murphy, Mrs. Mary, Trentham, 234 Morgan, James V., Kew, 693 Murphy, Michael, Charlton, 285 Murphy, Michael, Yannathan, 380 Morgan, John, Avenel, 329 Morgan, J. S., J.P., Thomastown, 432 Murphy, Patrick, Koyuga, 312 Murphy, Peter, Blackwood, 432 Morgan, Patrick, Learmonth, 205 Morgan, Thomas, Ballan, 214 Murphy, P. J., Elsternwick, 648 Morgan, W. H., Kensington, 614 Murphy, Thomas L., Kerang, 285 Morgan, William H., Tarcombe, 330 Murphy, William, Melbourne, 712 Murray, Alexander B., Charlton, 285 Morison, A. A., Ararat, 205 Murray and Hill, East Melb., 648 Morison, John, Stratford, 380` Murray, Andrew, Colac, 86 Moroney Bros., Oakleigh, 735 Murray, David, Heidelberg, 741 Moroney, Patrick, Avenel, 330 Murray, Mrs. Elizabeth, Colac,.87 Morrell, Robert, Morwell, 380 Murray, Hugh, Colac, 87 Morris, A., J.P., Miram Piram,134 Murray, John P., Ballarat, 196 Morris and Meeks, Melbourne, 571 Murray, John, Daylesford, 250 Morris, Andrew C., Yarroweyah, 311 Murray, J., M.L.A., Warrnambool, 36 Morris, David, Ararat, 205 Murray, Joseph, Prahran, 676 Morris, Edward P., Dunolly, 223 Morris,.,, Edwd Melbourne Murray, M., Greta & Springhurst, M Morris Edward Ellis Melbourne urray,eter,ng, P Ti mmer i 312,,, 49 1 Murray, K. A. F., North Fitzroy, Morris, George, East Brighton, 6g3 494 Murray, Morris, James S., Camperdown, 86 Stuart, Kyneton; 234 Murray, Stuart, Melbourne, 494 Morr is, Joseph, Melbourne, 693 Murray, Morris, Mark, North Melbourne, 693 Thomas, Kilniore, 234 Murray, Walter S., Kyneton, 234 Morris, Samuel, Murgheboluc, 167 Morris, William, & Co., Fitzroy, 582 Murray, William, Timmering, 312 Morris, Wm., Warnambool, 36 Murray, William, Trafalgar, 380 Morrish, Thomas, Avon Plains, 141 Murrell, Firidon, Winchelsea, 87 Morrison, Alexander T., Ballarat, 18 Mus, W., Melbourne, Morrison, James, Mount Macedon, 432 Musgroverove, Henry, 167 Morrison, John, Bowman's Forest, 349 Mutton, Henry J., Avenel, 330 Mutton, Samuel, Rupanyup, 116 Morrison, John, Glenaroua, 250 Myers, George, Nagambie, 312 Morrison, Joseph, Ascot Vale, 525 Morrison, Robert, 'South Yarra, 525 Myers, James, Baulkamaugh, 312 Myers, John, unr., Ballan, 214 Morrison, William, Murmungee, 349 Morse, Arthur, Drouin, 38o Myers, John, Pentland Hills, 214 Mortensen, E., Malvern, 675 Myles, George, Durham Ox, 285 Morton, Charles, Ascot Vale, 526 Myott, William, Undera, 312 Morton, Dr. Francis W. W., Fitzroy,526 Morton, Robert, Drouin, 38o Nadenbousch, A., Hazelwood, 380 Mosley, John R., Bairnsdale, 363 Nagle, Thomas, S. Melbourne, 730 Moss, Edmund, Richmond, 717 Napier, C., J.P., Carisbrook, 250 Moss, Timothy, Clifton Hill, 694 Napier, George, Neerim S., 380 Moss, White & Co., Melbourne, 675 Napier, Theodore, Essendon, 526 Mott, Edward J., Burrereo, 116 Napier, Thomas, J.P., Essendon, 526 Mott, ohn, Vectis East, 116 Napier, William, Neerim S., 380 Mott, Joseph, South Melbourne, 730 Naples, Thomas C., Dean, z5o Motton, George F., Poowong, 397 Napper, Charles, Sale, 380 Mottram, James, Clifton Hill, 5z6 Napthine, Jane, Garvoc, 41 Moubray, Rowan & Hicks, Melb., 571 Napthine, R. W., Warrnambool, Moubray, Thos., Melbourne, 493 Nash, Clement, Geelong,

37 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO VOL. II. 817 Nasmyth, David, Inverleigh, i68 Nash, Job, Yan Yean, 432 Nash, Mrs. M., Broadmeadows, Nash, Maurice, Ballan, Nash, Patrick, Newport, 648 Nathan, Samuel, Melbourne, 752 National Bank of Aus., Coleraine, 66 Nat, Bk. of Australasia, Hamilton, 6o Nat. Bk. of Australasia, Melb, 547 Nat. Fire & Mar. Ins. Co, of NZ., 547 Nat. Ins. Co. of Australasia, Melb., 547 Nat. Trustees. Ex,, & Agency Co. of Australasia Limited, Melb,, Nattrass, Joseph, Kalkee, Nattrass, William, Kalkee, 516 Naughton, Patrick, Boorahman, 350 Nayler and Co,, Koroit; 49 Naylor, Samuel, Neerim South, 380 Neale, W,, jun., Pyramid Hill, 285 Nearing, John, Avenel, 330 Nebel, George, Epping, 432 Needham Bros., Port Melb., 648 Needham, W. J., Albert Park, 648 Neelands, William, J.P., Euroa, 330 Neil, Martin, Port Albert, 380 Neilson, Henry C,, St, Arnaud, 223 Neilson, John, Rutherglen, 350 Nelan, Rev. M,, Colac, 87 Nelson, Andrew, J.P., Yan Yean, 413 Nelson, Charles, Oakleigh, 527 Nelson, Fanny M., Warrnambool, 36 Nesbitt, C. F. C., Kyneton, 234 Nettleton, P., J,P., Collingwood, 582 Newall, Charles, J.P,, Marnoo, 516 Newbery, James Cosmo, Melb., 491 Newell and Co., Melbourne, 575 Newev, Edwin, Armadale, 648 Newman, Alex., Braybrook, 735 Newman, Alfred, Braybrook, 527 Newman, C., Templestowe, 527 Newman, E., J.P,, Buninyong, 214 Newman, G. M., Brighton B., 676 Newman, J., J P., Castlemaine, 251 Newman, James, Lake Rowan, 312 Newman, Wm. J., Richmond, 648 Newnan, Neville P., Bonegilla, 350 Newnham, Fredk,, Preston, 527 Newnham, W. P., N. Melb., 694 Newton, Robert, Mount Hope, 285 N.Z. Accident Ins. Co., Melb., 586 New Zealand Bank, Melb., 547 N.Z. Insurance Co,, Melb., 547 New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd., Melb., 548 Niblett, Charles, Lockwood, 275 Nichol, G. & R., Grasmere, 41 Nichol, Joseph, Allan's Flat, 350 Nichol, J,, junr., Spring Creek, 350 Nichol, Robert, J.P., Clunes, 251 Nichol, Robt., Portarlington, 568 Nicholas, Henry, Daylesford, 255 Nicholas, I., Moonee Ponds, 648 Nicholas, John, Corop, 312 Nicholas, William, Colac, 87 Nicholls, C. F,, Little River, 568 Nicholls, Henry, Malvern, 705 Nicholls, James, Macedon, 432 Nicholls, S., J.P., Tarnagulla, 227 Nicholson & Co., Melbourne, 575 Nicholson, Chas., Collingwood, 717 Nicholson, Germain, Melb., 495 Nicholson, John, Ballarat, 190 Nicholson, John, Lake Rowan, 312 Nicholson, Joseph, Carlton, 614 Nicholson, J. R., Richmond, 648 Nicholson, Mark, Warrnambool, 36 Nicholson, Peter, Noorongong, 350 Nicholson, Mrs, Sarah, Keilor, 432 Nicholson, Thomas G,, Glenvale, 43 Nicholson, William, Alexandra, 330 Nickless, Smith & Co., Melb,, 572 Nicklos, J., jun., South Melb,, 730 Nicklos, J., sen., South Melb., 730 Nickoll, Dr. E. H. B., Romsey, 433 Nickols, W. E., Ararat, 205 Nicol, Gideon, Pannsure, 45 Nicol, James, Ballarat, Igo Nicol, Capt. J., Panmure, 45 Nicol, Thomas, Williamstown, 717 Nicoll, David W., Oakleigh, 555 Nicolson, Sir A., Bart., St. Kilda, 494 Niemann, J. A,, Sale, 747 Nightingale Bros., Kensington, 648 Nightingale, John, Footscray, 648 Nimmo, Hon. J., M.L.A., S. Mel,, 49 Ninnes, D., Cheltenham, 527 Nippard, David, Melbourne, 676 Nitschke, Johann G,, Noradjuha, 14.2 Niven, James, Balmoral, 66 Nixon, Daniel, Eddington, 262 Nixon, James, Orbost, 363 Nixon, James, South Melbourne, 648 Noble, K,, Camberwell, 648 Nohilly, Martin, Osborne's Flat, 350 Nolan, Hopton, Tarrawingee, 350 Nolan, Dr. Lyster A,, Warragul, 381 Nolen, John, Carlton, 694 Noonan Bros,, West Melb,, 649 Noonan, Patrick, Norris, Thomas, Bulla, 433 Campbellfield, 433 Northcott, C. H., Clifton Hill, 649 Northcott, George, Merino, Norton, John, Wangaratta, Noske, Johann, Rupanyup, 116 Noske, Traugott, Dimboola, 516 Nossack, Chris., Kinimakatka, 134 Notman, John, Melbourne, 614 Nott, Thomas H., Melbourne, 676 Nowlan, Peter, Shoreham, 397 Noyes, Reginald E., Jindivick, 381 Nuske, Friedrich, Katyil, 116 Nuske, Johann G., Katyil, 516 Nutt, Nutt, D. Clymer, Richmond, 527 Samuel, Brunswick, 730 Nyulasy, Dr. F. A,, Hawkesburn, 527 Oakden, Addison & Kemp, Melb,, 533 Oakden, Percy, Melbourne, 527 Oakley, D. S., South Yarra, 717 O'Brien, Daniel H., Essendon, 527 O'Brien, Mrs,, H., Kensington, 694 O'Brien, John, Panmure, 41 O'Brien, Dr, J. W., Carlton, 527 O'Brien, Michael, Nar-Nar-Goon, 397 O'Brien, M,, Woodend, 234 O'Brien, Patrick, Springhurst, 350 O'Callaghan, James, Minyip, i17 O'Callaghan, John, Bungeluke, 285 O'Callaghan, P., Mudgegonga, 350 O'Connell, H. F., Warrnambool, 36 O'Connor, Mrs. Ann, Richmond, 705 O'Connor, Michael,.Braybrook, 741 O'Connors, M., Devenish, 312 O'Connor, Michael, N. Melb., 614 O'Connor, Nicholas, Richmond, 494 O'Connor, P., Poowong East, 397 O'Connor, Richard, Wyndham, 168 O'Dea & Kennedy, N. Carlton, 649 O'Donnell, E,, Albert Park, 528 O'Donnell, E., Kensington, 694 O'Donnell, Edward, St, Kilda, 676 O'Dwyer, L., Pyramid Hill, 285 O'Dwyer, Michael, Bylands, 433 Officer, C. M., M.L.A., Toorak, 496 Officer, James, Armadale, 555 Officer, S. H., Toorak, 496 O'Flaherty, E., Cobden, 87 Ogden, John, Carlton, 694 Ogg, James, Melbourne, 614 Ogilvie, William, Brunswick, 705 Oglesby, 'Saml. J., Richmond, 705 O'Hara, John, Hazelwood, 381 O' Hern, O'Keefe, Terence, Epping, 433 Arthur, Wangoom, 41 Oldham, David, Natiniuk, 13-4 Oldfield, E. L., Melbourne, 528 Oldroyd, James, Laanecoorie, 275 Oldfield, Law, J.P., Carlton, 649 Olholm, Nils L., Chiltern, 350 Oliver and Stevens, Ballarat, 190 Oliver, Mrs, C., Northcote, 694 Oliver, Edwin, South Yarra, 614 Oliver, Mrs, Jane, St. James, 312 Oliver, Oliver, Thomas, Thomas Campbellfield, 433 R,, Kalkee, 117 Olle, Frank Liles, Penshurst, 66 Olle, Harry John, Penshurst, 66 Olney, David, Wail, 117 Olney, James, Thomastown, 433 Olsen, Ole, Bethanga, 350 Olver, Richard, Murtoa, 117 Olver, W. C., Preston, 741 Olver, William, North Preston, 741 O'Meara, D. A., Carlton, 717 O'Mullane, J. J,, Warrnambool, 36 O'Neil, Geo. D., D.D.S., Melb,, 528 O'Neil, Richard, Kyneton, 234 O'Neil, John, Chiltern, 350 O'Neill, John, Tahbilk, 312 Onians, Richard, Lancefield, 433 Opie, Thomas, Braybrook, 741 Oppey, James, Kerang, 285 Orange, John, North Melbourne, Orford and Brown, Fitzroy, Organ, Joseph, Cheltenham, 741 Ormes, Jonathan, Balaclava, 649 Ormond, Hugh, Narioka, 312 Ormston, James, Joel Joel, 205 Orr, James, Dean, 251 Orr, John, W. Borung, 288 Osborn, Mesheck, Tinamba, 381 Osborne, Mrs. Celia, Devenish, 312 Osborne, W., Ballarat, Igo Osburn, William, Creswick, 251 Osburne, G. W,, Port Fairy, 46 Osburne, R,, Malvern, 747 O'Shea, ohn G., Benalla, 330 O'Shea, John, Wangoom, 41 Vol, II, 4 ZZ O'Shea, Lawrence, N. Brighton, 678 O'Shanassy, Hon. Sir J., Melb,, 496 O'Shanassy, John, Derrimut, 735 O'Shaughnassy, Patrick, Kew, 676 Osmond, A. E,, Port Fairy, 46 Osmond, W. H. S., Stawell, 205 O'Sullivan, O'Sullivan, Daniel, Woodstock, 433 T., Albert Park, 582 Oswald, Robert D., Maldon, 262 Oswin, John, Balnarring, 397 Oswin, Richard, Kew, 694 Otis Elevator Co,, S. Melb., 620 Ottery, Chas,, N. Fitzroy, 705 Ough, Thos. Pulton, Harrow, 66 Ousley, Charles, Prahran, 694 Ovens, R., Moonee Ponds, 741 Owen, Oscar, Charlton, 285 Owen, Stanley F., Indigo, 350 Owen, W., Ballarat East, Igo Owens, David, Mysia, 285 Pabst, Louis, Melbourne, 497 Packett, Richard, Toongabbie, 381 Pady, Albert, Melbourne, 705 Pagden, Jas. W,, Mundoona, 312 Page, Edward A., Garvoc, 41 Page, G. H., Daylesford, 251 Page, James L., Footscray, 615 Page, John H., Garvoc, 41 Page, Thos. A,, North Carlton, 649 Paine, Geo., J,P., Jung Jung, 117 Paine, George, Newport, 650 Paine, Mark, Braybrook, 741 Painter, Samuel, Footscray, 6r5 Palin, Joseph, Richmond, 65o Paling, Joseph, Richmond, 705 Palmer, Geo., Fitzroy, 717 Palmer, Geo., Kororoit Creek, 433 Palmer, James, South Yarra, 528 Palmer, J. H., & Son, S. Melb,, 615 Palmer, Jno. H., Jindivick, 381 Palmer, Joseph, Kyneton, 234 Palmer, Scott & Co., Melb., 572 Palmer, Thomas P1., Ararat, 205 Palmer, Thos., MA., S. Melb,, 528 Pannowitch, Val., Tarranginnie, 134 Panton, Charles, Kensington, 168 Panton, J. A., P.M,, St. Kilda, 497 Pardey, Wm. E., J,P., Geelong, 155 Parfitt, Hy, F., Boorahman, 350 Parfitt, Hy. S., J.P,, Wangaratta, 350 Parish, W,, Upper Hawthorn, 65o Park, R. P., South Melbourne, 655 Parker & Pater, Port Melb., 65o Parker, Fredk. G., Footscray, 655 Parker, Geo.., Camperdown, 87 Parker, Hy., East St. Kilda, 65o. Parker, James, St. Kilda, 615 Parker, John, Woorak, 134 Parker, Mary, Baulkamaugli, 312 Parker, S., Barnawartha, 350 Parkes and Ready, Fitzroy, 730 Parkin, Charles, Miram Piram, 134 Parkin, John, Kingston, 251 Parkinson, George, Ballarat, 591 Parkinson, L., Mailor's Flat, 41 Parks, Robert, Lancefield, 433 Parry, E. A., Royal Park, 65o Parry, Robert, Healesville, 413 Parsons and Co,, Footscray, 615 Parsons, James, Elmore South, 272 Parsons, Richard, Ni-Ni, 134 Partington, C,, Greensborough, 433 Partington, J., South Yarra, 650 Pasco, R., Creswick, 251 Pascoe, Wm,, Warragul South, 381 Pashler, G., Longwarry East, 381 Patchell, W. J. W,, J:P,, Kerang, 285 Patching, John, Tallangatta, 351 Paternoster, Simon, Berwick, 397 Paterson Bros., Melbourne, 615 Paterson, Edward, Richmond, 717 Paterson, George, Crossley, 49 Paterson, James, Melbourne, 572 Paterson, John, Emu Flat, 236 Paterson, J. S., Hollinwood, 251 Paterson, Paterson, Laing & Bruce, John, Leneva, Melb., Paterson, R. B., Warrnambool, 36 Paterson, IN., Carisbrook, 252 Pathe, M., Yarraville, 65o Patten, James, Noorongong, 351 Patterson, A., J.P., Clyde, 397 Patterson, A. G., Wallup, 117 Patterson, Hon. J. B., St. Kilda, 498 Patterson, J., Bacchus Marsh, 433 Patterson, John, Mulgrave, 741 Patterson, R,, Port Melbourne, 730 Patterson, W. L., Hastings, 397 Patterson, William, Toolamba, 312 Pattinson, Mrs. M,, Myrniong, 214 Pattison, John, Picola, 312 Pattison, Robert C,, Tarwell, 330 Patton, James, Glenvale, 433 Patulo, David, Bulla, 433 Paul, Andrew, Lilydale, 453 Paul, H. W,, Lilydale, 413 Paulden, John, Marnoo, 541 Paull, Richard, Jung Jung, 517 Paulson, Mrs, Mary A., Blackwd., 433 Pavey, Sydney, Kyabram, 313 Pawsey, Ezra, Spring Vale, 745 Payne, Edward, Ni-Ni, 134 Payne, George, Whittlesea, 453 Payne, Harry, Bairnsdale, 363 Payne, John, Lyndhurst, 397 Payne, Joseph, Alexandra, 330 Payne, Thomas, Lilydale, 413 Payne, William, Ni-Ni, 134 Peachey, John S. W., Casterton, 66 Peachie, Stephen, Coburg, 741 Peacock, A. J., Creswick, 252 Peacock, Chestn't, Pyramid Hill, 285 Peacock, William, Kew, 615 Peake, George, Melbourne, 498 Pearce Bros., Ballarat East, 191 Pearce, Edward T., Barwo, 313 Pearce, George, Wodonga, 355 Pearce, J. F,, Stawell, 205 Pearce, John, Springhurst, 355 Pearce, J. W., J.P., Castlemaine, 252 Pearce, Onesiphorus, Raywood, 272 Pearce's Drap. W'reh'se, Fitzroy, 717 Pearce, Theo., New Gisborne, 433 Pearce, Thomas, Yarraville, 65o Pearce, Walter, Doctor's Creek, 205 Peard, Chas. H., N. Wangaratta, 351 Pearse, George, Rochester, 285 Pearse, Henry, Kewell West, 117 Pearson, Alfred N., Melbourne, 498 Pearson, A. W., Dandenong, 528 Pearson, Hugh, Newbridge, 228 Pearson, John B., Ballarat, 591 Pearson, William J., Carlton, 694 Pearson, Hon, W., M.L.C., Sale, 381 Pears' Soap Co., Melbourne, 573 Peck William, Goorambat, 353 Peden, James, Casterton, 66 Pederson, T., Old Pakenham, 398 Pedler, Thomas, Lorquon, 134 Peel, Thomas, Chiltern, 351 Peel, Thos,, senr., Drysdale, 168 Peel, Thomas H., J.P., Harrow, 67 Peel, Thomas, Kyabram, 313 Peerless, Henry, Marong, 272 Peerman, Halsey, Glenaroua, 252 Pegg, G. W., Barrabool Hills, i68 Pegler, John, Windsor, 65o Peirce, Jas. W., M.L.A., Meib., 498 Pelchen, J. W,, Vectis East, 157 Pell, Charles, Kyabram, 313 Pell, John, Kyabram, 353 Pelly, Thomas, St. James, 313 Pemberton, Robert, Fitzroy, 694 Penaluna, Wm. H,, Boolara, 385 Penglase, Walter, Essendon, 528 Penman, John, Tongala, 353 Pennington & Scroop, Vanipy, 534 Penny, Henry, Dunmunkle, 117 Penson, A. E., Daylesford, 252 Percy, James W., Wahgunyah, 355 Percydale Slate Co. Ltd,, Melb., 65o Permewan, Wright & Co., Melb., 725 Perridge, Thomas, Sherwood, 398 Perrin, H,, Lilydale, 413 Perron, Clement, Seymour, 330 Perry, Alexander, Collingwood, 724 Perry Bros,, East St. Kilda, 615 Perry, Edward W,, S. Brighton, 705 Perry, Harry W., Melbourne, 528 Perry, John, South Melbourne, 655 Perry, Richard J,, Newmarket, 65o Pescud, Henry, Yarraville, 694 Pestell, Dr. James, Kyneton, 234 Petering, Carl, Minyip, 117 Peters, Edwin F,, Dunolly, 224 Peters, John, Mirboo, 381 Peters, R. Brooks, Alphington, 583 Peters, William, Newham, 435 Petersen, Charles, Bairnsdale, 364 Petersen, Petersen, J. A., Bairnsdale, 364 Thomas, Strangways, 252 Peterson, Charles, Kewell West, 117 Peterson, William, Jung Jung, 117 Pethybridge, Richard, Arcadia, 313 Petschack, John, Jindivick, 385 Pett, Joseph, Ringwood, 453 Pettett & Francis, Dowling Forest, 205 Pettie, George, Morwell Bridge, 382 Pettigrew, Robert, Swan Hill, 285 Pettigrew, W. J., Melbourne, 730 Pettigrew, William, Stanley, 351 Pettit, Jonathan, Kew, 694 Petty, John H., Yarra Flats, 453 Petty, Mrs. Jane, Doncaster, 742 Petty, Tom, Doncaster, 74.2 Peyton, Dowling and Co., Melb,, 573 Pfaff, Pinschof and Co., Melb., 573

38 $13 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AD PRESENT Pfau, Henry, Kerang, 285 Phalan, Martin, Corop, 313 Phelan, Denis, Melbourne, 625 Phelan, James R., Preston, 742 Phelan, Maurice, Prahran, 705 Phelan, Michael, Kew, 625 Philbrick, Henry, Rosedale, 382 Phillips and Chamberlain, Ballt.,191 Phillips, Andrew, Minyip, 117 Phillips, Harvey T., Thoona, 313 Phillips, Henry, Purnim, 41 Phillips, Isaac, Bonn, 313 Phillips, James, N. Carlton, 694 Phillips, John T., Ya`rraville, 705 Phillips, L., & Co., Ballarat E., 191 Phillips, R., Murrumbeena, 65o Phillips, W. H., Malvern, 650 Phillips, William, Carlton, 615 Phillips, W. E., Dimboola, 118 Philpots, G. P., Castlemaine, 252 Phipps, Charles, Carlton, 694 Phipps, J. B., M.D., Lancefield, 433 Phipps, John, Picola North, 313 Phipps, Thos. H., Yielima, 313 Phoenix Carriage Co., Fitzroy, 615 Phoenix Clothing Factory, Melb., 6,6 Pickells, W. E., Melbourne, 573 Pickles (G. F.) and Sons' Carriage Manufacturing Co., Mel., 616 Pigdon, George, Drysdale, 168 Pigdon, John, J.P., Melbourne, 650 Piera, Fritz, Willung, 382 Pierce, Thos., Newport, 65o Pile, Wm. Thos., J.P., Portland, 54 Pilgrim, James, W1niam,134 Pilland, Henville, Nth. Carlton, 651 Pimm, James, Northcote, 651 Pinchen, F. W., Yarraville, 651 Pinchen, J T., Yarraville, 651 Pincott, Alfred, Richmond, 528 Pincott, James, Richmond, 651 Pinkerton, Alfred, Wangaratta, 352 Pinkerton, F. W,, Ballarat, 197 Pinkerton, William, Chiltern, 352 Pinniger, John, Kew, 695 Pinnock, Dr. Robt. D., Ballarat, 181 Piper, William H., Ballarat, 192 Pipkorn, Ernst, Cannum, 218 Pitt, J., & Co., North Melbourne,617 Pitt, William, Melbourne, 529 Pittard, C. F., Richmond, 651 Pittard, Lucien, Leigh-road, 268 Pittman, S. H., Hawthorn, 730 Pizzey, George, Fitzroy, 617 Player, Joseph, Melbourne, 695 Pleasance, George, St. Kilda, 678 Pleasant Creek News, Stawell, 205 Pleming, Simon, Spring Creek, 352 Plimpton and Noall, Melbourne, 529 Plum, Albert J., Boorahman, 352 Plum, Charles, Bontherambo, 352 Plum, Louis J., Boorahman, 352 Plummer, Dr. A., Port Melb., 498 Plunket, Andrew, Brighton, 695 Plunket, C. T., Melbourne, 678 Pocock, Charles, Footscray, 695 Podmore, Joseph, Richmond, 617 Pohlner, Ernest H., Woorak, 134 Pohlner, John F. A., Ni-Ni, 234 Pohlner, John F. W., Woorak, 135 Polack, H. A., junr., Tarranyurk, 228 Pollard, E. F., Stawell, 2o5 Pollard, George, Bonegilla, 352 Pollard, John, S. Melbourne, 617 Pollard, Wm., Merrigum, 33 Pollock, Alex., Taripta, 313 Pollock, Lewis, Windsor, 695 Pollock, Thos., Collingwood, 706 Pollock, Thos., Upper Mafira, 382 Pond, John T. Q., Springhurst, 352 Ponting, Jas., Warrnambool, 36 Ponting, R. F., Ascot Vale, 529 Poole, John, Footscray, 695 Poole, W. A., Brunswick, 652 Pooley, H., junr., Indigo Creek, 352 Porter, Dr. C. F., Nhi11, 747 Porter, John, Tallarook, 330 Porter, Mrs. Mary, Milawa, 352 Porter, Robert, Morwell, 382 Porter, T., E. Brighton, 706 Porter, Wm., Ballarat East, 191 P. Melbourne Building Society, 551 Potter, Alfred, Dandenong, 742 Potter, Andrew, Collingwood, 617 Potter, David, Bairnsdale, 364 Potts, H. W., Melbourne, 678 Potter, James E., Sandhurst, 272 Potter, John, Joel Joel, 2o6 Potter, Obadiah, Dandenong, 742 Potter, Richard, Dean, 252 Potter, T. H., Joel Joel, 2o6 Poulter, George, Bylands, 435 Poulter, Wm., Greensborough, 435 Powell & Whitaker, Melb., 529 Powell, G., J.P., St. Arnaud, 224 Powell, Henry, Minyip, 218 Powell, Robert N., Yearinga, 135 Powell, Wm. H., Footscray, 651. Powis, Henry, Dandenong, 735 Powling, Wm., Port Fairy, 46 Poyner, Edward M., Lilydale, 413 Poyntz, Henry, Wooragee, 352 Pozzi, Stefano, Daylesford, 252 Pratt, James, Epping, 435 Pratt, James, Estcourt, 352 Pratt, John, & Co., Melbourne, 573 Pratt, Jos. M., J.P., Melbourne, 573 Pratt, Wm., Braybrook; 742 Premier Permanent Build. Land & Investment Association, Melb., 551 Prendergast, Prendergast, Leon., Melbourne, 529 Thomas, Bellevue, 252 Prentice, William, Emu Plains, 352 Preston, John H., Woorak, 135 Pretlove, Charles, Sandford, 67 Pretty, Arthur, Melbourne, 678 Prevot, E. J., Melbourne, 678 Price and Firth, Yarraville, 651 Price, August, Minyip, 118 Price, Charles, Minyip, 118 Price, J. and A., Melbourne, 573 Price, John Longville, Geelong, 155 Price, Llewellyn, Kewell West, x18 Price, Richard, senr., Myamyn; 67 Price, Thomas, Collingwood, 730 Price, William, Bealiba, 228 Pridmore, Reuben, Kotupna, 323 Prigg, Charles, Colac, 87 Prime, Isaac H., J.P., Birregurra, 87 Pritchard, Edward, Harcourt, 252 Pritchard, John, Fitzroy, 695 Pritchard, John W., Smeaton, 252 Pritchard, W. J., Footscray, 717 Proctor, Cornelius, Boort, 285 Prosser, Henry, Hastings, 398 Proudfoot, D. M., Collingwood, 706 Proudfoot, Thos., Warrnambool, 36 Prout, George H., W. Melbourne, 678 Pryor, Joseph, Golden Point, 253 Pryor, Richard, Mysia, 286 Puddicombe, W. H., Landsbgh., 224 Pulbrook, John, sen., St. Hubert's, 413 Pullar, William, Maidstone, 529 Pullin, Richmond W., Waaia, 313 Pullinger, F. Melbourne, 617 Punshon M., and Co., Footscray, 678 Purchas, Albert, Melbourne, 529 Purchas, John, Brunswick, 695 Purches Bros., Melbourne, 695 Purches, Edwin, Chewton, 253 Purdue, T. W., Ballarat, 191 Purrier, Dr. Vincent, Broadford, 330 Purvey, John G., Homewood, 330 Purves, Thomas, Brunswick, 678 Pye, Thomas, Swan Hill, 286 Pyers, Andrew, Carron, 118 Quale, Thos., Wandin Yalloak, 413 Queen's Coffee Palace, Carlton, 678 Quested, Jas., Port Melbourne, 695 Quick, A. E., Melbourne, 573 Quick, Nathaniel W., Bellevue, 253 Quigley, James, Ringwood, 413 Quiney, Harry, Mortlake, 87 Quiney; Joseph, Ararat, 2o6 Quinlan, Mrs. C. F., Bylands, 435 Quinton, James, Dromana, 398 Quirk, Patrick, West Charlton, 286 Radford, Alfred, Minyip, 118 Radford, James, Melton, 435 Rae, George, Narre Warren, 413 Raisbeck, Raisbeck, Francis, Wangaratta, 352 Jas., Kensington, 706 Raleigh, Timothy, Wanalta, 313 Rallston, William, Katunga, 313 Ramsay, Hon. Robt., E. Melb., too' Ramsden, A., Richmond, 651 Ramsey, J. K., M.D., Prahran, 529 Rancie, John R., South Yarra, 678 Randall, Joseph, Woodford, 42 Randell, James, Creswick, 253 Rank, Wm., Heidelberg, 742 Rankin, Alex., Port Melb., 730 Rankin, Chas. H., Springhurst, Rankin, Eli, Jindivick, Rankin, John, IIoonee Ponds, 652 Rankin, Wm., North Carlton, 651 Rapp, K. B., Essendon, 617 Rashleigh, B. F., Brunswick, ti30 Rathjen, Henning, Colbinabbin, 313 Ratten, F. R., Kew, 651 Rattle, William, E. Brighton, 706 Rattray, David G., Kerang, 286 Rattray, Thomas A., Elmore, 272 Rattray, Thomas A., Nagambie, 313 Raven, William G., Fitzroy, 717 Raw, John T,, Broadmeadows, 435 Rawes, R. E., Kergunyah, 352 Rawson, Hugh, J.P., Kyneton, 234 Rawson, Percy D., Richmond, 706 Rawson, Solomon, Avenel, 330 Ray, Thomas J., Yarraville, 652 Raymer, Henry, Williamstown, 695 Raymond, Walter, Footscray, 651 Reaburn, D., South Melbourne, 730 Reaby, George, Melbourne, 712 Read, James, South Yarra, 730 Read, J. W., Prahran, 717 Read, T., Dean, 254 Reardon, Brian, Warragul, 382 Reardon, William, Katunga, 314 Redenbach, J., Bruthen-Tambo, 364 Redfearn, James, Castlemaine, 253 Redfern, Arthur, B runswick, 529 Redford, Thomas, Warrnambool, 36 Redman, George, Sulky Gully, 253 Reed, Dr. James, Clunes, 254 Reed, Joseph, Melbourne, 530 Rees, Matthew, Dimboola, 118 Rees, Philip, Little River, 168 Rees, Thomas, Garvoc, 42 Reeves, George, Auburn, 730 Reeves, John G., Geelong, 155 Reeves, Thomas, Bairnsdale, 364 Reeves, Wm. C., Metcalfe, 235 Refardt, Charles, Walhalla, 382 Reid Bros. and Russell, Melb., Reid, Charles, Wyndham, Reid, C. J., J.P., St. Arnaud, 224 Reid, Dr. David B., Geelong, 255 Reid, Captain D., Phillip Island, 398 Reid, George, Yackandandah, Reid, James, Cannum, Reid, J. H. S., Northcote, 724 Reid, John, Ballarat, 191 Reid, John, Wangaratta, 352 Reid, Hon. Robt. D., Armadale, 500 Reid, Thos., N. Melbourne, 69J Reid, William, East Brighton, 706 Reid, William James, Geelong, 155 Reid, William, Malvern, 530 Reilly, John L., Melbourne, 530 Reilly, Owen, Boolara, 382 Reinholtz, Heinrich, Kalkee, 118 Remfry, Cyprian T., Kew, 651 Renard, Jules, and Co., Melb., 573 Renfree, Harry, Toorak, 730 Renfrew, A., and Co., Fitzroy, 717 Renfrew, Archibald, Melbourne, 617 Renfrey, Richard, Bellarine, 265 Renfrey, Samuel, Lubeck, 141 Renney, John T., Collingwood, 695 Rennie, Alexander, Myrniong, 214 Rennie, George, Learmonth, 2o6 Rennie, William, Ballan, 214 Reno4, Percival, Seymour, 332 Renouf, Philip, Frankston, 398 Renshaw & Tyrer, South Melb., 652 Rentle, Thos., South Melbourne, 717 Rentoul, John, Richmond, 617 Rentoul, Rev. Dr. J. L., Carlton, 499 Reynolds, James, Drysdale, 168 Reynolds, John G., S. Brighton, 730 Reynolds, S. F., Toorak, 725 Reynolds, W. G., Melbourne, 626 Reynoldson, L. M., Strathmerton, 314 Rhodes, Samuel, Pelluebla, 314 Rhodes, Wm., S. Melbourne,.717 Rice, Ed, and Henry, S. Melb., 695 Rice, John, Glenvale, 435 Rice, John, Tarranginnie, 135 Rice, William, Albert Park, 695 Richards, Richards, Ben., Mooroopna, John, Meredith, 332 r68 Richards, Louis, Melbourne, 617 Richards, W. M., Melbourne, 712 Richards, Willam, Newport, 652 Richards, William, St. Kilda, 678 Richardson, E., Kewell West, 118 Richardson, Ed., Nagambie, 314 Richardson, G., Williamstown, 530 Richardson, Richardson, Henry, Wodonga, 352 H. F., Geelong, 155 Richardson, Jas., J.P., Geelong, U6 Richardson, Joseph, Drouin, 382 Richardson, Hon. R., Newlyn, 254 Rickards, T., Lower Everton, Riddell, John, Neerim, Riddick, William, Yearinga, 135 Riddle, George, Girgarre East, 314 Rigby, John E., Newmarket, 678 Ridgway, Anthony, Clyde, 398 Ridgway, John, Yannathan, 383 Ridgway, Thomas S., Mirboo, 383 Ridgwell, George, Nhill, 135 Ridgwell, Richard, Nhill, 135 Ridley, James Ridley, John, S., North Melb,, Ni-Ni, Ridout, Robert, Goorambat, 314 Rigg, Robert E., Mordialloc, 530 Riley, Edmund, Shoreham, 395 Riley, John T., Mooroopna, 314 Ring, Edward, Christmas Town, 352 Rintoule, Robert, Nhill, 135 Rintoull, George, Rosedale, 383 Rintoull, Henry, Rosedale, 383 Ripkey & Brotzel, S. Melb'rne, 627 Rissmann, Ferdinand, Horsham, 97 Rissmann, F. A. Rein., Lubeck, 118 Ritchie, Alex., Nar-Nar-Goon, 398 Ritchie, George, Pakenham, 398 Ritchie, John, Murgheboluc, 168 Ritchie, John, Mysia, 286 Ritchie, Malcolm, Keilor, 435 Ritchie, Mrs. M., Murgheboluc, 168 Ritchie, Robt., J.P., Dunolly, 224 Ritchie, Thomas, Frankston, 398 Ritchie, William A., Rutherglen, 353 Ritter, John, W. Wodonga, 353 Roach, William, Blackwood, 435 Robbie, Alexander, Rupanyup, 118 Robbins, George, Tatura, 314 Roberts, Abraham, Sandhurst, 272 Roberts, Aquila, Melbourne, 695 Roberts, Edward, Daylesford, 254 Roberts, E. J., L. Hawthorn, 696 Roberts, Eli, Castlemaine, 254 Roberts, G. N., W. Charlton, 286 Roberts, James, Collingwood, 617 Roberts, Jas. A., Melbourne, 499 Roberts, Jas., F., Kew, 725 Roberts, John, Dookie, 314 Roberts, Philip, Ballarat, 291 Roberts, Thos., Molesworth, 331 Roberts, William, Durham Ox, 286 Roberts, Hon. W. H., Wms'twn, 5oo Roberts, Wm. J., Narracan, 383 Robertson, D., Bacchus Marsh, 435 Robertson, Duncan, Balmoral, 67 Robertson, Ewen, Whittlesea, 414 Robertson, George, Glenvale, 435 Robertson, James, Balmoral, 67 Robertson, James, Lexton, 206 Robertson, J., J.P., Beveridge, 435 Robertson, John, Melbourne, 617 Robertson, John, Wooroonoke, 286 Robertson, John, Wycheproof, 286 Robertson, Louis, Inverleigh, 168 Robertson, Neil, Banyena, 141 Robertson, R., Albert Park, 6,5 Robertson, (K.) & Sons, Melb., 617 Robertson, R., Macarthur, 54 Robertson, Thos., Balmoral, 67 Robertson, William, Ballarat, 181 Robertson, William, Ballarat, sg1 Robertson, William, Balmoral, 67 Robertson, William, Brunswick, 618 Robertson, Hon. W., jun., Colac, 87 Robertson, William, sen., Colac, 87 Robertson, Wm., J.P., Gisborne, 435 Robertson, William, Yambuk, 49 Robins, W., & Co., Collingwood, 652 Robins, William, Kiata East, 135 Robinson & Gillespie, Casterton, 67 Robinson & Morse, Warrnambool, 36 Robinson, Charles, Indigo, 353 Robinson, C. V., Portland, 54 Robinson, David, Allan's Flat, 353 Robinson, E. J., Richmond, 718 Robinson, Rev. F., Dunolly, 224 Robinson, George W., Berwick, 398 Robinson, G. W., Heathcote, 314 Robinson, James, Grasmere, 42 Robinson, Jas., Mooroopna W., 314 Robinson, James, Wyndham, 168 Robinson, J. H., Camperdown, 88 Robinson, John D., Geelong, 156 Robinson, John, Osborne's Flat, 353 Robinson, John, Wyndham, 168 Robinson, Mrs. M., Wyndham, r68 Robinson, Richard, Geelong, 156 Robinson, Robert A., Toorak, 696 Robinson, Thos., and Co., Melb., 6,5 Robinson, Thomas, Creswick, 254 Robinson, Thos., Malvern, 728 Robinson, Walter C., Heathcote, 3,4 Robinson, W., J.P., Dimboola, rib Robinson, Wm., N. Brighton, 696 Robinson, William, Warragul, 383 Robinson, William, Wyndham, 169 Robison Bros. and Co., Melb., 618 Robrahn, L., Port Melbourne, 718 Robshaw, John, Sandhurst, 272 Robson, John, Ballarat, 181 Robson, R. 0., Stawell, 206 Roche and Co., Brunswick, 652 Roche, Thomas M., Kyabram, 314 Rochester, Charles, Horsham, 97 Rocke, Joseph, S. Melbourne, 730 Rockes, P. C., armibyrnong, 742 Rodda, Stephen, Footscray, 652 Roder, Frederick, Bairnsdale, 364 Rodger, D., Williamstown, 718 Rodgers, James, Carlshrue, 235 Rodgers, John B., Prahran, 652

39 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO VOL. I.I. 889 Rodman, H. J., Dandenong 742 Roe, Robert, Benalla, 331 Roebuck, William, Lubeck, 118 Roediger, Julius G., Lorquon, 135 Roediger, Otto H., Lorquon, 135 Roenning, Charles, Katyil, 119 Roff, Joseph, Ballarat East, 748 Rogers, Andrew B., Chiltern, 353 Rogers, Charles, Moonee Ponds, 652 Rogers, Geo., Fitzroy, 718 Rogers, Mrs. H., Kyneton, 235 Rogers, John, Buln Buln, 383 Rogers, Nehemiah, Horsham, 97 Rogers, William, junr., Balmoral, 67. Rogers, William, senr., Balmoral, 67 Rojo, C. F., Melbourne, 618 Rollason, Walter T'., Baringhup, 263 Rollins, John W., Moolap, 169 Rollinson, David, Mysia, 286 Romm, August, Egerton; 214 Ronald, Mrs. E., Whittlesea, 414 Ronald, John, Fitzroy, 696 Ronald, Dr. Wm., Whittlesea, 414 Rooke, John. G., Lorne, 88 Roper, W. H., Tallangatta, 353 Rose, Frederick, Narioka, 314 Rose, James, Melbourne, 618 Rose, T. D., Cheltenham, 742 Rose, T. R., Richmond, 652 Rosemann, Wm., Fitzroy, 706 Rosenthal, Aronson & Co., Melb., 574 Rosling, Thos., Warrnambool, 36 Rosman, E., J.P., Tarnagulla, 225 Rosman, John, Fitzroy, 718 Ross, Alex. MD., Windsor, 718 Ross; Alexander, Wyndham, 169 Ross and Patience, Footscray, 652 Ross, Andrew, Eddington, 263 Ross Charles, Prahran, 678 Ross, Hugh M`D., Kyneton, 235 Ross, James, Melbourne, 721 Ross, John, Bellevue, 254 Ross, John, Wallup, 119 Ross, Robert, Prahran, 696 Ross, Stewart & Co., Brighton, 618 Ross, William B., Bairnsdale, 364 Ross, Wm. S., Coongulmerang, 364 Ross, Wm. K., Fern Tree Gully, 414 Ross, William, Fitzroy, 696 Ross, Rev. Dr. Wm., Lancefield, 435 Ross, William, Newlyn, 254 Ross, William, Runnymede, 272 Ross, Dr. W. C., Warracknabeal, 119 Rossiter, Chas., Warracknabeal, 119 Roukey, Mrs. Catherine, Corop, 314 Roulston, Harvey, Dandenong, 530 Rourk, Dennis, Lllydale, 414 Rousch, Nicholas, Newlyn, 254 Rowan, Andrew, Kyneton, 235 Rowan, Capt. F. C., Melbourne, 501 Rowan, Mrs. F. C., Melbourne, 500 Rowden, Henry, Windsor, 696 Rowe, Francis, Caulfield, 696 Rowe, H. 0., J.P., Castlemaine, 254 Rowe, John, Undera, 314 Rowe, Philip, Fitzroy, 730 Rowe, W. P., Naringaningalook, 315 Rowland, H., E. Collingwood, 679 Rowlands, Evan, Melbourne, 679 Rowley, John, Rosedale, 383 Rowley, J., Narracan South, 383 Rowley, J. S., Warrnambool, 37 Rowley, Walter M., Melbourne, 679 Rowsell, C., and Son, Ballarat, 191 Roxby, Robert, Kergunyah, 353 Roy, Robert, Tooborac, 235 Ruby, W., Majoca, 254 Rudd, William, Undera, 315 Rudduck, Samuel, Mordialloc, 530 Rudolph, T., Vectis East, 119 Rudolph, Wilhelm, Horsham, 97 Ruhe, Robert, Jindivick, 383 Ruglen, John, sen., Hawthorn, 618 Rule, Edward, Prahran, 68o Rule, John, Woodford, 42 Runnalls, Thomas, Ashens, 119 Ruse, Wm., J.P., Cheltenham, 742 Russell & Foster, Ballarat East, 197 Russell & Powell, Warrnambool, 37 Russell, Charles, Collingwood, 652 Russell, C. W., Melbourne, 501 Russell, David, Toongabbie, 383 Russell, George, Shelford, 206 Russell, John, Mirboo South, 383 Russell, Oliver, Camberwell, 696 Russell, Percy J., Melbourne, 530 Russell, Robert, Richmond, Sao Russell, T., J.P., Rokewood, 206 Russell, William J., Sale, 383 Rutherford, John, Rupanyup; 119 Rutledge, Richard, Warrnambool, 37 Rutledge, Thos. F., Dennington, 42 Rutledge, Wm. R., Dennington, 42 Ryan, Christopher J., Wanalta, 315 Ryan, Jeremiah, Clifton Hill, 725 Ryan, Jeremiah, Morwell, 383 Ryan, John, Dookie, 315 Ryan, Martin, North Melbourne, 652 Ryan, Mrs. Mary, Fitzroy, 706 Ryan, Mrs; Mary, Tallarook, 331 Ryan, Michael J., Prahran, 706 Ryan, Michael, Tallarook, 33 1 Ryan, Dr. Thomas F., Koroit, 49 Ryan, Thomas, Kyabram, 315 Ryan, Dr. T. B., N. Fitzroy, 530 Ryan, Thomas, Woodstock, 435 Ryan, William, Girgarre, 315 Ryan, Win., Richmond, 718 Ryder, John, Hazel Glen, 414 Sachse, A. 0., C.E., Melb., 530 Saffron, James, East Charlton, 286 Sage, Charles B., Ulupna, 315 Sage, John E., Frankston, 398 Sait, Henry, Teddywaddy, 286 Sallmann, Fried. W., Dimboola, 119 Sallman, Matthew, Dimboola, 119 Salmon, Henry, Walhalla, 383 Salt, W. H., Williamstown, 652 Salter, Dr. Geo. H., Gisborne, 435 Salter, John, Ascot, 255 Salway, William, Melbourne, 530 Sampson, Edwd. W., Alexandra, 31 Samuel, Francis, Collingwood, 706 Sanders, F. J., Gisborne, 436 Sanders, Robert, Vectis East, 119 Sanders, Thomas, Carlton, 652 Sanders, William, Kaniva, 135 Sandersen, Hans, Armadale, 730 Sanderson, Isaac, Bontherambo, 353 Sanderson, Wm., Tallarook, 331 Sandford, Henry C., Gisborne, 435 Sandford, Henry, Katamatite, 315 Sandford, Joseph, Boorahman, 353 Sanger, John, Goorambat, 315 Sangster, Alexander, Wodonga, 353 Santilla, Joseph, Burnley, 652 Sargeant, Chas., J.P., Warragul, 383 Sargeant, Henry, Geelong, 156 Sargent, Henry, Darlimurla, 384 Sargent, William, Melbourne, 68o Sargood, Butler &, Nichol, Melb., 574 Sargood, Hon. Lt. Col., Melb., ;oz Saunders, Edwd., E. Brighton, 706 Saunders, E., Coongulmerang, 364 Saunders, Peter, Mordialloc, 531 Savage, Francis, Poowong N., 398 Savage, John, Carbon, 706 Savage, Noah, Lake Rowan, 315 Saville, H., J.P., Pyramid Hill, 286 Sawers, Robert, Sandhurst, 272 Sawert, Charles A., Murtoa, 119 Sawyer, Augustus, Preston, 742 Sawyer, William, Horsham, g7 Sayers, Andrew, Mokoan, 315 Sayers, Thomas, Arcadia, 315 Sayers, William, Rushworth, 315 Scale, Thomas S., Deepdene, 331 Scales, Henry, Noorongong, 353 Scally, Patrick, Terang, 88 Scarce, H., sen., Kangaroo Grnd., 414 Scarlett, John, J.P., Bethanga, 353 Scarlett, William, J.P., Mirboo, 384 Schache, Ernst. A., Murtoa, 119 Schieferdecker, Chris., Fitzroy, 618 Schlicht, Wilhelm, Beaufort, 207 Schmedes, Erbsloh & Co., Melb., 574 Schmidt, August, Natimuk, 136 Schmidt, Carl, Natimuk, 136 Schmidt, Charles G., Baringhup, 263 Schmidt, Fritz, Natimuk, 136 Schmidt, Heinrich, Natimuk, 136 Schmidt, Johann, Jung Jung, 119 Schmidt, John, Natimuk, 136 Schmidt, John, Warracknabeal, 119 Schneider, Charles, North Melb., 652 Schneider, Johann C., Woorak, 136 Schneider, John W., Prahran, 696 Schorback, Wilhelm, Katyil, 120 Schreiber, Mrs. Alice, S. Yarra, 696 Schroeder, Frederick A., Areegra, 119 Schroeder, Fritz, Maffra, 384 Schubert, John G., Baranduda, 353 Schultz, Fred. W. F., Woorak, 136 Schultz, Heinrich, Murtoa, 119 Schultz, Heinrich, Vectis East, 119 Schulz, Henry, South Preston, 742 Schulz, Wilhelm, Vectis East, 120 Schulze, G., Ballarat, 191 Schnrmann, Hermann, Minyip, 120 Schwencke, Otto, Kyabram E., 315 Schwind, John, Wodonga, 353 Scilly, Thomas, Katunga, 315 Scotland, John, Greensborough, 436 Scott, Alexander, Somerville, 398 Scott and Boys, Melbourne, 531 Scott, Andrew, Elmore, 272 Scott, Anthony, Yarra Flats, 414 Scott, David, Glenlyon, 255 Scott, Duncan 7v8., Katamatite, 315 Scott, Mrs. E., Blakeville, 214 Scott, Frank, Tungamah, 315 Scott, Henry, Vectis Bridge, 120 Scott, James, Poowong, 398 Scott, John Brown, Sandridge, 618 Scott, John, Collingwood, 730 Scott, John, Glenlyon, 255 Scott, John, Mulgrave, 742 Scott, Jonathan, Yarra Flats, 4,4 Scott, Joseph, Melton, 436 Scott, Michael, Kirkstall, 49 Scott, Robert, Buninyong, 214 Scott, Robert, Romsey, 436 Scott, T. A., Pirron Yalloak, 88 Scott, Dr. Thos.; Warrnambool, 37 Scott, Thomas, Windsor, 730 Scott, Wm., S. Brighton, 706 Scott, Wm., N. Williamstown, 706 Scott, William, Yalca, 315 Scouller, James, Narioka, 316 Scroop, Henry, Yanipy, 136 Scurry, W. C., Carlton, 538 Sebira, William, Lilydale, 414 Sedgman, John H., Brunswick, 654 Segrave, William, Flinders, 398 Selby, George W., Melbourne, 575 Seliger, Carl, Dimboola, 120 Seeliger, Ernest, Horsham, 97 Selman, Alan, Fern Tree Gully, 414 Semmens, John, Yeungroon, 286 Semmens, Richd., Brunswick, 706 Semmens, Wm., Toongabbie, 384 Semple, John, Kyabram, 316 Sengelmann, Hy., Beechworth, 353 Serjeant, John, Carlton, 531 Serrie, Battista, Melbourne, 68o Servante, Charles, Melbourne, 619 Servante, Henry, E. St. Kilda, 696 Service, James, and Co., Melb., 575 Service, Hon. J., M.L.C., Melb., 501 Seville, Joseph, Clifton Hill, 619 Sewell, Wm., Richmond, 706 Sexton, James, Horsham, 98 Seymour, Robert, Balmoral, 67 Seymour, Samuel, Romsey, 436 Seymour, Sidney, Romsey, 436 Shackell, Jas., M.L.A., Echuca, 288 Shackelton, John B., Carlton, 696 Shadforth, Robt. W., St. Kilda, 502 Shankland, R., Broadmeadows, 436 Shanks, William, Werrigar, 120 Shannon, Charles, Geelong, 156 Shannon, David, East Charlton, 286 Shannon, James, Fitzroy, 696 Shannon, Thomas, Katunga, 316 Sharam, John, Balrootan, 136 Sharp, Alfred, Prahran, 531 Sharp, David, Bellarine, 160 Sharp (John) and Sons, S. Melb., 652 Sharp, Walker, Carlton, 696 Sharp, Wm., Prahran, 654 Sharpe, W. J., Allansford, 42 Sharples, George, S. Melbourne, 619 Shaw, Alfred, and Co., Melbourne, 575 Shaw, Benjamin D., Dromana, 399 Shaw, Thomas, J.P., Camperdown, 88 Shaw, William H., Ballarat, 191 Shaw, William, J.P., Blackwood, 436 Shea, Wm., Northcote, 654 Sheane, Edward J., Numurkah, 316 Shears, Edward, Windsor, 696 Shearwood, Thomas, Jung Jung, 120 Sheehan, John, Melbourne, 68o Sheehan, 81 ichael, Goroke, 136 Sheehan, Richard J., Smeaton, 255 Sheehan, William, Queenscliff, 169 Shekira, John A., Natimuk, 136 Sheldrick and Co., Warrnambool, 37 Shellard, W. G. A., S. Melb., 619 Shelton, Esau, Avenel, 331 Shennan, Robert, Beechworth, 353 Shephard, W. H., Mordialloc, 742 Shepherd, David, Dandenong, 736 Shepherd, William H., Somerville, 399 Sheppard, John T., S. Brighton, 696 Sheppard, Thos., Footscray, 654 Sheridan, Thomas, Rutherglen, 353 Sheridan, William F., Durham Ox, 286 Sherman, Thomas, Drouin South, 384 Sherwell, Joseph, Bangerang, 120 Sherwin, Thomas, Whlttlesea, 414 Sherwood, Charles, Tarranginnie, 136 Sherwood, T.,. North Brighton, 696 Shields, John G., Wodonga, 353 Shields, William, Hamilton, 60 Shiels, W., M.L.A., Melbourne, 502 Shillinglaw, J. J., F.R.G.S., Mel., 502 Shillito, Thomas, Ballan, 215 Shireff, Clifford, Stawell, 207 Shires, W. M., Macedon, 436 Shone, J., junr.; Tarranginnie, 136 Shone, J., senr., Tarranginnie, 136 Short, A. E., J.P., Preston, 742 Short, J. B., Carlton, 654 Shotton, John, Elmore, 272 Shotton, R., J.P., Mornington, 399 Showers, Charles, Fitzroy, 680 Showers, R., & Co., Port Fairy, 46 Showers, R., J.P., N. Fitzroy, 68o Shrives, John, Cannum, 119 Shuter, C., J.P., Moonee Ponds, 503 Sickler, John, Port Fairy, 46 Siddall, James W., Melbourne, 575 Siebel, John, Epping, 436 Siemering, Wilhelm, Woorak, 136 Sier, William, Murrundindi, 330 Sievers, Chas. 0., Queenscliff, 169 Sievewright, William, Horsham, 98 Silk, E. W., Hawthorn, 654 Sillcock, John, Hazlewood, 384 Silva, J. W., South Melbourne, 731 Simester, Mrs. H., Cobden, 88 Sim and Smith, Carlton, 654 Simester, Geo., Collingwood, 654 Simkin, Henry, Dunbulbalane, 316 Simmonds, J., E. Brighton, 707 Simmonds, John, E. Brighton, 697 Simmons, Robt. H., Prahran, 697 Simon, Arthur C., Maddingley, 169 Simon, Reinhold, Leneva, 353 Simonsens, Pierre NI. A., Carlton, 583 Simple, Hugh, Mooroopna N., 316 Simpson & Davenport, Melh., 68o Simpson, A. M., Bobinawarrah, 353 Simpson, Archibald J., Penshurst, 67 Simpson, Colin, St. Kilda, 619 Simpson, Geo. A., Port Melb., 707 Simpson, George, Stawell, 207 Simpson, H. R., Williamstown, 619 Simpson, John, Bacchus Marsh, 436 Simpson, J. S., J.P., Newbridge, 228 Simpson, Samuel, Warracknabeal, 120 Simpson, Thos., Windsor, 654 Simpson, William, Bairnsdale, 364 Simpson, William, Melbourne, 575 Simpson, Wm., J.P., St. Kilda, 747 Simpson, William, St. Kilda, 619 Sims, Fras. H., Richmond, 654 Sims, William, Richmond, 626 Sinclair, David, Portarlington, 169 Sinclair, J., Bowman's Forest, 354 Sinclair, Z'., Tallangatta Valley, 354 Sinclair, William, Lubeck, 220 Sindrey, Chas., Richmond, 707 Singer Manufacturing Co., Mel., 619 Singleton, Dr. J., East Melb., 503 Singleton, John, Koondrook, 286 Sinnbeck, Peter, Rosedale, 384 Sisson, H., Natimuk, 136 Sitters, James, Richmond, 731 Skehan, Jeremiah, Monegatta, 436 Skehan, Patrick, Milawa, 354 Skelton, Walter, Dunolly, 224 Skene, Alex. J., J.P., St. Kilda, 503 Skilbeck, R., J.P., Southern Cross, 49 Skinner, F., Melbourne, 721 Skinner, George L., Melbourne, 531 Slade, Capt. Edgar, Alberton, 384 Slater Bros., Collingwood, 654 Slater, George, South Melbourne, 531 Slater, John and Co., Melbourne, 575 Slattery, Daniel, Bald Hills, 255 Slattery; John, East Charlton, 286 Sleeman, M., North Melbourne, 718 Sleeman, Thomas, Vielima, 316 Sleep, Lieut. Col., Ballarat, 181 Slessar, Robert, jun., Waaia, 316 Sleeth, Thos., South Pakenham, 399 Sloan, Thomas, Hamilton, 60 Smale, Mrs. Mary, Seymour, 331 Smale, Samuel, Barrakee, 224 Smallwood, John Devenish, 316 Smeaton, Walter, Carlton, 707 Smethurst, John H., Yannathan, 384 Smethurst, Joseph, Footscray, 697 Smidt, James, Daylesford, 255 Smith, Adam, Malvern, 697 Smith, Adam, South Yarra, 697 Smith, Alexander, Baulkamaugh, 316 Smith, Alex., Horsham, 98 Smith, Alfred, Cowie's Creek, 169 Smith, Arthur, Natimuk, 136 Smith, August, Longwarry, 384 Smith, Carl, Buln Buln, 384 Smith, Charles, Daylesford, 255 Smith, Charles, Horsham, 98 Smith, Charles, M.L.A., Melb., 503 Smith, Charles, Mt. Arapiles, 136 Smith, Charles, F., Pimpmio, 120 Smith, Charles, Rosedale, 384 Smith, David, J.P., Corop, 316 Smith, David, South Melbourne, 619

40 820 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT Smith, Edwin, Metcalfe, 235 Smith, Elderson, Fitzroy, 555 Smith, Ephraim, Dunmunkle, 120 Smith, Felix, Wycheproof, 286 Smith, George E., Brighton, 680 Smith, G. H., Hawthorn, 731 Smith, George, Richmond, 697 Smith, George, Wodonga W., Smith, Henry, Newport, Smith, Henry, Richmond, 6,54 Smith, James, Ballarat, 192 Smith, James, Melbourne, 503 Smith, Jas., Wangoom, 42 Smith, John, Geelong, 156 Smith, John, Navarre, 228 Smith, John B., Port Melb., 718 Smith, John, Ulupna, 316 Smith, Joseph, N. Melbourne, 718 Smith, Joseph W., Kiata, 137 Smith, Jos., J.P., Minmindie, 286 Smith, j. D., and Son, Ararat; 207 Smith, J, E.,, Queenscliff, 169 Smith, J. H., N. Melbourne, 654 Smith, Leonard, S. Melbourne, 654. Smith, Oscar, Chiltern, 354 Smith, Oscar, Pakenham, 399 Smith, P. W., Alphington, 742 Smith, p, C., Nhill, 137 Smith, Robert, Warracknabeal, 120 Smith, Robert, West Charlton, 287 Smith, Roland, Daylesford, 255 Smith, Samuel, Kyneton, 235 Smith, Dr. Stephen M., Geelong, 1.56 Smith, Sydney W., Melbourne, 531 Smith, Thomas, Bacchus Marsh, 436 Smith, Thomas, Bairnsdale, 364 Smith, Thomas, Bloomfield, 384 Smith, Thomas, Rosedale, 384 Smith, Thomas, South Preston, 736 Smith, Walter, Swan Hill, 287 Smith, Walter, Wangaratta, 354 Smith, W. H., Carlton, 654 Smith, Wm., Collingwood, 654 Smith, William, Daylesford, 255 Smith, William, CE., Hamilton, 60 Smith, William, Melbourne, 619 Smith, Wm., Moonee Ponds, 697 Smith, Wm. P. A., Murchison, 316 Smith, William, Newport, 619 Smith, Wm., Northcote, 697 Smith, W. H., & Son, N. Fitzroy, 654 Smith, William, Pimpinio, 120 Smith, Wm., South Yarra, 731 Smith, William, Strathmerton, 316 Smith, William, Raywood, 272 Smith, William, Romsey, 436 Smitham, William, St. Kilda, 68o Smithers-Gadd, W., J.P., Melb., 575 Smyth, Edwd, N. Fitzroy, 697 Smyth, W., Toorak, 731 Smyth, William, Allandale, 255 Smyth, W., sen., Tynong, 399 Smythers, Euler G. G., Melb., 575 Snadden, James, Fitzroy, 531 Snart, Edward, Talgarno, 354 Snell, Edmund, J.P., Avoca, 224 Sniders and Abrahams, Melb., 68o Sniders, J. and B., Melbourne, 575 Snow and Room, Ballarat, 197 Solomans, D. and C., Melbourne, 576 Solomon, Jacob, Carlton, 718 Solomon, Joseph, South Yarra, 503 Somerville, Mrs. John, Panmure, 42 Somerville, Wm., Riddell's Creek, 436 Sommer, P. H. H., Baranduda, 354 Sommers, J. G., Baranduda, 354 Sorman, R. J., South Melbourne, 725 Soutar; John, South Yarra, 654 South British Fire & Marine Insurance Co. of N.Z., Melbourne, 551 South, George, Drouin, 385 Southcombe, Thos., Port Fairy, 46 Southern, Albert E., Portland, 54 Southon, Gabriel, Katunga, 316 Southwood, Walter, Daylesford, 255 Spalding, John, J.P., Lara, 169 Spargo, Benjamin, Fitzroy, 583 Sparks, Frederick, Lyndhurst, 399 Sparks, Wm. T., Ascotvale, 654 Sparnon, Hy., Moonee Ponds, 655 Speakman, John, Flemington, 697 Spear, A., & Sons, U. Hawthorn, 655 Speher, Henry, Natimuk, 137 Speight, R., jun., Melbourne, 53, Spence and Couston, Richmond, 6,5 Spencer, Albert, Fitzroy, 707 Spiers, Alex., Garvoc, 42 Spiers, Henry, Amphitheatre, 224 Spiers, John, Port Melbourne, 691 Spinks, Joseph, Goorambat, 316 Spottiswood, Geo., Spottiswoode, 655 Spurr, William, Northcote, 531 Squire, Henry, J.P., Ceres, 169 Squires, Jas., Hawthorn, 655 Stabh and Fair, Stawell, 207 Stabback, J. T., Melbourne, 531 Staben. Henning, Poowong East; 399 Stace, Herbert, Ararat, 207 Stafford, Thomas, Dunolly, 224 Stainthorp, Joseph, Sheep Hills, 120 Stallworthy, Richard E., Prahran, Erg Stanhridge, Hon. W. E.,Daylesf'd, 2c5 Standeven, John J., Drouin West, 385 St. Andrew's Church, Penshurst, 67 Stanger, Claude, W. Wodonga, 354 Stanger, Joseph, Yalca, 316 Stanley & Littlewood, Melbourne, 576 Stanley, J. S., Warrnambool, 37 Stanley, T., Kew, 655 Stansfield, James, Lockwood, 275 Stansmore (F. & N.) Brs., Campd'n, 88 Stanworth, Samuel T., Koyuga, 316 Staples, George W., Geelong, 156 Starkie, Joseph D., Sunbury, 436 Startup, John, Nr-Nar-Goon, 399 Stavily, David, JP., Majorca, 256 Stowed Chronicle, Stawell, 207 Stawell, Sir W. F., Kew, 503 Stayner, Geo. C., South Brighton, 707 Stayner, Geo., South Brighton, 707 St. Crispin Ironworks, N. Melb., 619 Stead, Joseph, J.P., S. Melbourne, 504 Steadman, George, Melbourne, 681 Steane, G. R. B., CE., Northcote, 531 Stebbing, George, Eltham, 414 Steed, Edward, Timmering, 316 Steel, Albert E., Bellarine, 169 Steel, John, Marong, 272 Steers and Co., Armadale, 655 Steinfeld, E., J.P.; St. Kilda, 531 Stendwick, Alfred, Tarranginnie, 137 Stephan, Gustav, Dimboola, 121 Stephen, James A., Bangerang, 121 Stephen, James, Koroit, 49 Stephens and Wardle, Ballarat, 192 Stephens and Watts, Melbourne, 712 Stephens, C. T., Warrnambool, 37 Stephens, Ed., Tarranginnie, 137 Stephens, John, Craigie, 256 Stephens, Joseph J., Katunga, 316 Stephens, Thos. J., Fitzroy, 707 Stephens, 'F. H., Neerim South, 385 Stevens, Alfred, Windsor, 532 Stevens, F. P., Warrnambool, 37 Stevens, George, Havelock, 228 Stevens, Horace, Melbourne, 532 Stevens, Isaac, Kelialac, 121 Stevens, James, Buln Buln, 385 Stevens, John, Essendon, 655 Stevens, Wm., S. Melbourne, 707 Stevens, Wm., Warrnambool, 37 Stevenson, John, Camperdown, 88 Stevenson, J., Kangaroo Ground, 414 Stevenson, L., and Sons, Melb., 576 Stevenson, R. B., Broadmeadows, 436 Stevenson, R. D., Daylesford, 256 Stevenson, R., Kangaroo Ground, 414 Stevenson, Wm., Richmond, 707 Stewart, Rev. Alex., Essendon, 504 Stewart, Alexander, Hamilton, 60 Stewart, Alexander, Queensferry, 399 Stewart and Co., Melbourne, 532 Stewart, Andrew, Portland, 54 Stewart, Charles, Carisbrook, 256 Stewart, C. G., Hazel Glen, 4,4 Stewart, David, Richmond, 655 Stewart, D. C., Newstead, 256 Stewart, Donald, Ballan, 215 Stewart, Francis, Carisbrook, 263 Stewart, Geo., Burnley, 697 Stewart, James, Bolinda, 437 Stewart, James, Collingwood, 731 Stewart, James A., Wangaratta, 354 Stewart, John, Ballarat, 192 Stewart, John, Corop, 316 Stewart, John G., Grasmere, 42 ' Stewart, Malcolm, Newstead, 263 Stewart, Robt., Melbourne, 697 Stewart, Stewart, Robert, Thomas Newham, 437 S., Lockwood, 275 Stewart, William, Melton, 437 Stiles, Wm., Melbourne, 697 Stillwell and Co., Melbourne, 619 Stirling, Wm., J.P., Winchelsea, 88 Stockdale, Benj., S. Yarra, 697 Stockdale, R., S. Melbourne, 655 Stocks, Ernest D., Ballarat, 182 Stocks, John, Terang, 88 Stodart, Dr. D. E., Geelong, 156 Stokes, Charles, Corop, 316 Stokes, James, Vectis East, 744 Stone, Edwd. T., Yarraville, 655 Stoneman, H. and C., Ballarat, Stone, Henry, Fitzroy, Stone, Hy. F., Melbourne, 707 Stones, Thomas, Pakenham, 399 Storer, Jacob, Gerung-Gerung, 137 Story, G. R., South Preston, 736 Story, J. W., Preston, 736 Stott, J., and Sons, Collingwood, 655 Stott, Walter S., Northcote, 583 Stout, James, Murgheboluc, 169 Stowe, Fredk. 0., Kew, 697 St. Peter's Ch, of Eng., Ballarat, 182 Straker, Charles, Melbourne, 68i Stranger, 'Thos., Brunswick, 655 Stratford, Henry, Avon Plains, 141 Strauhe, E. G., Nlurtoa, 744 Strawhorn, Andrew, Wanalta, 317 Street, Henry, J.P., Kiewa, 354 Street, James, Yarraville, 583 Stringer, Arthur, St. Kilda, 697 Stringer, Jas. S., North Fitzroy, 615 Strong, James, Geelong, 156 Strong, Wm., Brunswick, 656 Stroud, Barnes & Stroud, Brnsk., 655 Strugnell, Fried. C., Richmond, 697 Stuart, Alfred Jas., Richmond, 656 Stuckey, Geo., Melbourne, 721 Sturrock, Alex., E. Brunswick, 656 Sudholz, Fridh. W., Pimpinio, 121 Sudholz, Heinrich, Natimuk, 137 Sugden, Rev. E. H., Carlton, 504 Sullivan, Eugene, Gowerville, 743 Sullivan, Michael, Undera, 317 Summers, Albert, Newbridge, 228 Summers, Eli, Newbridge, 228 Summers, George, Carlton, 620 Supple, Michael, Lilydale, 414 Sutcliffe, Abraham S., Picola, 317 Sutcliffe, E. A., Baulkamaugh, 317 Suter, A. V., J.P., Port Fairy, 46 Sutherland, Daniel, Footscray, 697 Sutherland, George, Euroa, 331 Sutherland, James, Bamgamie, 169 Sutherland, James, Melbourne, 68r Sutherland, J. H. A., Carlton, 656 Sutherland, John A., Dunolly, 228 Sutherland, M., Spottiswoode, 657 Sutherland, R. A., Hawthorn, 532 Sutherland, R., Kyneton, 235 Sutterby, Thomas, Moolap, 169 Sutton, F. W., Williamstown, 657 Sutton, John, Box Hill, 532 Sutton, George, W. Wodonga, 354 Swaby Thos., W. Melbourne, 698 Swallow, Jas., S. Melbourne, 698 Swallow, Thomas, Nhill, 137 Swan and Co., Carlton, 620 Swan, Andrew, Essendon,_ 707 Swan, David, Allansford, 42 Swan, I., and Co., Collingwood, 707 Swan, Isaac, Collingwood, 698 Swan, Peter, Pomborneit, 88 Swan, Mrs. Samuel, Stratford, 385 Swan, Robt., St. Kilda, 657 Sweeten, R. B., jun., Richmond, 657 Swinbourn, Jas. H., Brunswick, 656 Swindale, H., Runnymede G., 272 Swinton & Sons, Warrnambool, 37 Swyer, Charles E. H., Drouin, 385 Sykes, G. and W., N. Melb., 657 Syme, David, Melbourne, 504 Symonds, E. C., J.P., Hawthorn, 504 Symonds, Edwd. W., Warragul, 385 Symonds, J. J., Broadmeadows, 437 Symonds, Thomas, Bellevue, 256 Symons, John, Port Melbourne, 718 Symons, Samuel, Kaniva, 137 Symons, Silas, Drouin South, 385 Tait, G. H., Malvern, 583 Talbett, Henry, Windsor, 657 'I'albett, William H., Burnley, 620 'I'albot, Samuel, Birregurra, 88 Tankard Malting Co., Melb., 68, Tanner, Harcourt, Lancefield, 437 Tanner, James, Wodonga, 354 Tanswell, T., J.P., Beechworth, 354 Taffin, G. and D., Melbourne, 532 Tarrant, J. and H., Melb., 532 Tarrant, Samuel, Clunes, 256 Tartaglias, John, Jindivick, 385 Tarver, W. R., Port Melb., 744 Tate, Arthur, Port Melb., 698 Tate, Fredk., Melbourne, 721 Taterson, Kaye, Warragul, 385 Tatnall, Ed., South Yarra, 698 Tattersalls Bazaar, 721 Taverner, J. W., J.P., Kerang, 287 Tayler, Edwin, Melbourne, 712 Tayler, Lloyd, J.P., Melb., 532 Taylor, Alfred J., Seymour, 331 Taylor, Andrew, Murtoa, 121 Taylor Bros., St. Kilda, 681 Taylor, Chas. E., Tongala, 317 Taylor, Charles F., Nhill, 137 Taylor, Taylor, C. J., Essendon, 555 Daniel, Maryborough, 225 Taylor, E. R., Dimboola, 744 Taylor, Frederick, Romsey, 437 Taylor, G. W., & Co., Melb., 576 Taylor, James, Bairnsdale, 364 Taylor, Jas., Warrnambool, 37 Taylor, J. J., Essendon, 657 'Taylor, John R., Warracknabeal, 121 Taylor, Joseph A., Bairnsdale, 364 Taylor, Joseph, Cranbourne, 399 Taylor, Norman, Daylesford, 256 Taylor, R. C., Toorak, 657 Taylor, Richard, Lyndhurst, 399 Taylor, Robt., Williamstown, 698 Taylor, R., Williamstown, 731 Taylor, Saml., Macarthur, 54 Taylor, Thomas, J.P., Ballarat, 197 Taylor, Thos. H., St. Kilda, 504 Taylor, Thomas, Kiata East, 137 Taylor, Walter, Dean, 256 Taylor, Walter, Pirron Yalloak, 88 Taylor (W.) & Sons, Northcote, 657 Taylor, William, Ballarat, 192 Taylor, William, Corop, 317 Taylor, William, J.P., Keilor, 437 Taylor, William, Melbourne, 576 Taylor, W. A., Toorak, 657 Teague, John Pepin, Raywood, 272 Teakel, Charles, Milawa, 354 Teale, George, Kotupna, 317 Teasdale, James, Balnarring, 399 Teasdale, William, St. Kilda, 657 Teele, George A., Melbourne, 620 Tehan, James, J.P., Heathcote, 317 Telfer, George, Coongulmerang, 364 Telford, D., Stawell, 207 Telford, Richard, Tarranginnie, 137 Telford, William, Beechworth, 354 Telford, William, Elmore, 272 Templeton, Jas., & Co., Melb., 576 Templeton, Robert, Toongabbie, 385 'Templeton, Thos., Carlton, 718 Tenanty, Patrick, Terang, 88 Terry and Oakden, Melbourne, 533 Terry, Leonard, Melbourne, 533, Theobald, T., Morwell Bridge, 385 Thomas, Daniel, Colac, 88 Thomas, Edwin, Port Fairy, 46 Thomas, George, Collingwood, 657 Thomas, G., Naringaningalook, 317 Thomas, James, Thomastown, 437 Thomas, J. B., Warrandyte, 414 Thomas, J. H., St. Kilda, 718 Thomas, John, Heathcote, 317 Thomas, John, Kensington, 620 Thomas, J. M., Lancefield Jcn., 437 Thomas, John, Richmond, 657 Thomas, Lewis, Hawthorn, 657 Thomas, Llewelyn, Jung Jung, 744 Thomas, Moses, Morang, 415 Thomas, Oscar R., Katyil; 121 Thomas, R. P., Dennington, 42 Thomas, Saml., Moonee Ponds, 743 Thomas, S. D., Williamstown, 718 Thomas, William, Ascot Vale, 657 Thomas, William C., Beaufort, 207 Thomas, W. C. F., Wrcknabl., 744 'Thomas, Wm., Golden Point, 256 Thomas, William, Stawell W., 207 Thomas, William, Willenabrina, 744 Thompson, Alexander, Hamilton, 61 Thompson, Alex., Narrewillock, 287 Thompson and Co., Ararat, 207 Thompson, A. F., Sunbury, 437 Thompson, Anthony, Yalca, 317 Thompson, D., Castlemaine, 748 Thompson, D., Melbourne, 620 Thompson, Mrs. H., Clifton Hill, 707 Thompson, Jas., Clifton Hill, 707 Thompson, James, Kerang, 287 Thompson, J. D., Melbourne, 68r Thompson, J., J.P., Frankston, 400 Thompson, J. B., S. Yarra, 698 Thompson, John, S. Yarra, 698 Thompson, John W., Sebastian, 272 Thompson, Joseph, East Melb., 504 Thompson, Nathan, Lillimur, 137 Thompson, Thomas, Sale, 385 Thompson, Wm. J., Fitzroy, 707 Thompson, Wm., Pyke's Flat, 215 Thompson, W. & W., Hamilton, 61 Thomson, A., M.D., Geelong, 532 Thomson, Andrew, Kyabram E., 317 Thomson Bros., Mitta Mitta, 354 Thomson, Mrs. Annie, Tinamba, 385 Thomson, C. T., Strathmerton, 317 Thomson, E. L., Oakleigh, 743 Thomson, G., L.D., SE., Melb., 53J Thomson, G., jun., Dimboola, 137 Thomson, J., Kangaroo Ground, 415 Thomson, James, South Yarra, 583 Thomson, James, St. Kilda, 504 Thomson, John, Cowie's Creek, 169 Thomson, John, Kyabram E., 317

41 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO VOL. II. 821 Thomson, John, Lara, 169 Thomson, John, J.P., Terang, 90 Thomson, Peter, S. Wangaratta, 354 Thomson, Hon. R., Clydebank, 385 Thomson, Samuel, Moorabool, 170 Thomson, William, Carlton, 725 Thomson, Wm., J.P., Kyneton, 235 Thomson, William, Strathmerton, 317 Thorn, James, Burramine, 317 Thorne, Cain, Dandenong, 533 Thorne, G. T., Ballarat, 192 Thorne, Henry, Murchison, 317 Thorne, Philip W., Fitzroy, 657 Thorne, William J., Brunswick, 533 Thornell, Henry, Somerville, 400 Thornell, J., jun., Somerville, 400 Thornett, James, Tarranginnie, 137 Thornhill, George K.: Oakleigh, 533 Thornton, Geo., Cowie's Creek, 170 Thornton, George, Top Creek, 317 Thornton, R., and Co., Melb., 658 Thornton, Rt. Rev. S., Ballarat, 182 Thorpe, J. 'F., Dandenong, 743 Thurgood, Wm. C., Melbourne, 681 Thwaites, Edmond, Castlemaine, 256 Thwaites, Wm. M. A., Melb., 534 Tickner, Arthur M., Ledcourt, 142 Tiesler, Fritz, Oakleigh, 735 Tilley and Vey, Fitzroy, 658 Tilley, Francis, Melbourne, 681 Tilley, Frank, Daylesford, 256 Tilt, Henry R., Fitzroy, 534 Timbs, R. G., Timbs' Crossing, 385 Timmons, Francis, Myrniong, 215 Tinsley, Eliza, Melbourne, 621 Tippett & Clemence, Ballarat, 192 Tipping, George, Wycheproof, 287 Tipping, James, Bairnsdale, 364 Tite, Alfred, Melbourne, 722 Tivey, Joseph, Inglewood, 225 Toal, Joseph, Tallangatta, 354 Tobin, Thomas, J.P., Ararat, 207 Todd, A. C., East Melbourne, 534 Todd, Francis, Pyramid Hill, 287 Todd, Francis H., Windsor, 698 Todd, John, Kew, 621 Toleman, Joseph, Garvoc, 42 Tolhurst, Thos. F., Port Melb., 707 Tolley, S., Longwarry South, 385 Tollner, Carl, Natimuk, 137 Tolstrup, Charles, Castlemaine, 256 Tomkins, James, Benalla, 331 Tomlin, James., Bairnsdale, 364 Tomlinson, Thomas, St. James, 317 Tone, Alex., J.P., Wangaratta, 355 Toner, Mark F., East Richmond, 621 Tonkin, M., Sutherland's Creek, i7o Tonkyn, Howard N., Walhalla, 385 Toohey, James, and Co., Melb., 576 Toohey, Thomas, Pelluebla, 318 Toohey, Thomas, Tongala, 318 Topp, Chas. A., Melbourne, 505 Topp, Gustavus, Warragul South, 386 Torpey, Patrick, Axedale, 272 Torrance, Rev. G.W., Balaclava, 505 Tosh, Andrew, Minyip, 121 Tovell, W. R. and E., Melb., 534 Towers, E. W. C., Donald, 121 Towgood, Gerald, Bulla, 437 Towle, Dr. Fred. W., Drysdale, i7o Townsend, A. M., Melbourne, 534 Townsend E., South Brighton, 534 Townsend, Geo., S. Yarra, 698 Townsend, John, Dromana, 400 Townsing, Henry, Gisborne, 437 Towt, John, Boroondara, 534 Towt, William, Lilydale, 415 Tozer, F., Warrnambool, 37 Tragus Bros. & Day, Footscray, 658 Trail, Mrs. F. S., Oakleigh, 743 Train, R. F., & Co., S. Melb., 621 Trainor, Owen, Devemsh, 318 Trainor, William, Coleraine, 67 Trangmar, James, J.P., Portland, 54 Trangmar, J. W., J.P., Coleraine, 67 Trapp, Vincent B., Albert Park, 583 Treacy, Michael, Horsham, 98 Treadway, J. F., Collingwood, 718 Treadwell, James, Noradjuha, 137 Trebilcock, Richard, Moolap, 170 Treeby, Philip, E., Melbourne, 534 Treeby, Mrs. S. J., Mid. Brighton, 698 Tregurtha, Thomas, Ballarat E., 192 Treloar, J., and Co., Stawell, 207 Trembath, James, Majorca, 256 Trembath, William, Clunes, 257 Trevalil, T. H., Kensington Hill, 658 Trevascus, T. S., Castlemaine, 257 Trevaskis, Henry, Murchison, 318 Trevean, Philip, Harcourt, 257 Trevillan, Mrs. Ellen, Indigo, 355 Trew, Samuel, Warracknabeal, 744 Trewhella, B., J.P., Blackwood, 437 Trezise, John, Buninyong, 215 Trimble, John R., Bontherambo, 355 Tristan, William H., Seymour, 332 Trott, William, Melbourne, 621 Trottman, Edward, Fitzroy, 658 Troup,. James, Coghill's Creek, 257 Troy, Michael, Ondit, 90 Trudewind, Anton, Wodonga, 355 Truemen, Timothy, Cobden, 90 Trumen, George, Yarraville, 658 Tucker, Hon. A. L., N. Fitzroy, 505 Tucker, J. S., jun., N. Melb., 658 Tucker, J. S., sen., Albert Park, 658 Tucker, Thomas, Bellarine, 170 Tucker, Thos. Geo., Carlton, 505 Tucker, Wm., N. Melbourne, 698 Tuckett, A. H., J.P., Melb., 576 Tuckett, Philip S., Melbourne, 576 Tullett, Frederick, St. Kilda, 583 Tulloh, C. R., Harrow, 67 Tulloh, Thomas E., Colac, 90 Tulloh, William, Portland, 55 Tully, J. F., J.P., Geelong, 156 Tunstall, Francis, Mysia, 287 Tuomy, D. J., Melbourne, 577 Tuohy, Michael, Ballan, 215 Turnbull, A., jr., J.P., Coleraine, 67 Turnbull, John, Port Melbourne, 719 Turnbull, P. R., N. Brighton, 698 Turnbull, Thomas, Richmond, 621 Turnbull, Thomas, St. Kilda, 534 Turner and Co., Melbourne, 577 Turner, Andrew C., S. Yarra, 681 Turner, Jas., Carlton, 698 Turner, John T., Kerang, 287 Turner, John, South Yarra, 583 Turner, Joseph, Minyip, 121 Turner, Richard, Ballarat, 192 Turner, Robert, Rutherglen, 355 Turner, William, Portarlington, 170 Tupper, W., J.P., Laanecoorie, 275 Tuthill, F. H., Beechworth, 355 Tuttle and Co., Melbourne, 534 Tuxworth, George, Armadale, 658 Twentyman and Askew, Melb., 534 Twigg, John, Hawthorn, 658 Tyas, Richard, Collingwood, 698 Tyler, James, Ballarat, 192 Tyler, Richard, Preston, 736 Tymms, Edmund A., Melbourne, 698 Tynan, John, Ararat, 208 Tynan, John, Ballarat, 192 Tynan, John M., Melbourne, 699 Tyndall, Joseph, Undera, 318 Tyndall, Robert, Undera, 318 Tvrrell, Jas., St. Kilda, 725 Uhe, J. H. M., Murtoa, 744 Umbers, T. A., Cannum, 744 Union Bank, Stawell, zo8 Union Mortgage and Agency Company of Australia Ld., Mel., 553 Universal Permanent Building and Investment Unkles, Robert Society., E., Port Melb., 553 Fairy, 46 Unwin, William Jas., Port Mel., 699 Uren, E., Hallam's-road, 400 Uren, F., Warrnambool, 37 Uren, Thomas. Minmindie, 287 Urie, James, Flemington, 553 Urquhart, J., Bacchus Marsh, 438 Usher, Usher, E., Pepper's H. E., Port Plains, 745 Melbourne 719 Usher, Silas, Springvale, 743 Ustick, Wm. H., Ballarat, 193 Vagg, Harry, Bungeet, 318 Vagg, Jonas, Bungeet, 318 Vahland, W. C., J.P., Sandhurst, 272 Vail, F. E., Mulgrave, 743 Vale, Frank, Beechworth, 355 Vale, H. B., Footscray, 725 Vale, Henry, Picola, 318 Valentine, William, Morwell, 386 Vance, James, Mulgrave, 743 Vance, John, Oakleigh, 743 Vandyck Photo. Co., Melb., 536 Vanstone, William, Armadale, 658 Varney, Joseph S., Bairnsdale, 364 Vautravers, Paul, Ararat, 208 Veal, Matthew J., Ballarat, 193 Veideman, T., South Yarra, 621 Vellenoweth, Thomas, Corop, 318 Ventees, James, Murgheboluc, 170 Verdon, Hon. Sir G. F., C.B., K.C.M.G., Melbourne, 505 Verey and Cross, Collingwood,,719 Verey, Thomas, Daylesford, 257 Vernon, W. S., C.E., J.P., Meib., 536 Verso and Knott, Northcote, 659 Verso, Joseph, Northcote, 658 Vesper, W., Prahran, 731 Vickers, Robt., Panmure, 42 Vickery, Samuel K., Ararat, zo8 Victoria Bank, Coleraine, 69 Victoria Bank, Melbourne, 551 Victoria Carriage Co., Windsor, 6zt Victoria Brewing, Malting, & Distilling Co., Ltd. Melbourne, 68z Vic. Parade Car. Fac., Cingwd, 6zt Victorian Land Co., Melbourne, 553 Victorian Perm. Build. Soc., Mlb., 553 Vigor, Thomas, Melbourne, 699 Vincent, George, Ballan, 215 Vincent, J. T., J.P., Coburg, 743 Vincent, Rd. P., South Yarra, 659 Vincent, R. P., jun., Glenferrie, 659 Vine, Stephen, Beechworth, 355 Vines, Joshua, J.P., Geelong, 156 Vines, Wm., East Shelbourne, 275 Vinnecombe, Henry, Romsey, 438 Virgoe, Son and Chapman, Melb,, 577 Vivian, William T., Garmendall, 386 Vivian, William, Kaniva, 137 Vockler Bros., Yarraville, 6z1 Voice, Arthur, J.P., Coburg, 743 Voight, Christian, Kinimakatka, 138 Voysey, Joseph, Bacchus Marsh, 438 Waddell, Wm. J., Donald, 121 Wain, Arthur J. & E., Richmd., 6z1 Wainhold, Frederick, Heathcote, 318 Wainwright & Faulkner, W'bool, 37 Wait, James, Kerang, 287 Waites, Robert, Tongala, 318 Waldon, Donald, Morwell, 386 Waldron, Thomas, Ararat, zo8 Walkden, F. J. M., Warragul S., 386 Walkenden Bros., S. Preston, 736 Walker, Charles, Ballarat, 197 Walker, Duncan S., J.P., Terang, 90 Walker, Frederick, Preston, 735 Walker, George, Newbridge, zz8 Walker, Henry, J.P., Collingwd., 621 Walker, James, Ballarat East, 193 Walker, James, Bellarine, 170 Walker, James E., Mornington, 400 Walker, Jonathan R., Prahran, 707 Walker, John, Melbourne, 659 Walker, J. T., Ballarat, 193 Walker, Mrs. Margt., Gisborne, 438 Walker, Neil, Collingwood, 5S5 Walker, Robert, Collingwood, 707 Walker, Robert B., Lara, r7o Walker, Robert, Marong, 273 Walker, Hon. W. F., Toorak, 5o6 Walker, Wm., Gerang-Gerang, 138 Wall, Charles, Corop, 318 Wall, John, Sebastopol, 194 Wallace, Chas., N. Fitzroy, 699 Wallace-Dunlop, J. A., Poowong, 400 Wallace, John, Marong, 273 Wallace, Robert, Brunswick, 555 Wallace, Robert, Richmond, 731 Wallden, S., South Melbourne, 659 Wallen, Robt. E., Melbourne, 506 Wallis Bros. & Co., Collingw'd, 6z1 Wallis, F. J., Fitzroy, 6zz Wallis, F., Melbourne, 622 Wallis, John, Lockwood, 275 Wallis, William, Northcote, 659 Walls, George, Windsor, 725 Walls, John, Carlton, 699 Walls, John, J.P., Camperdown, 90 Walpole, Samuel, Jung Jung, rzr Walpole, Thomas, Jung Jung, izt Walsh, Dr. G. J., Dandenong, 536 Walsh, John, Yarram Yarram, 386 Walsh, Martin, Allan's Flat, 355 Walsh, Michael, Warragul, 386 Walsh, Patrick, Teddywaddy, 287 Walsh, Thomas, Collingwood, 68z Walsh, Thomas, Katunga, 318 Walsh, Thomas, Yinnar, 386 Walsh, W., South Melbourne, 659 Walshe, Rev. P., Williamstown, 506 Walstab, George A., Caulfield, 536 Walter, Dr. John B., Chiltern, 355 Walter, Titus, Ceres, t70 Walters, Walters, David, Rupanyup, 745 Herbert A., Malvern, 583 Walters, John, Mundoona, 318 Walters, Walters, Richard. Thomas Whorouly, 355 R., Woorak, 138 Walton, Henry, Bloomfield, 386 Waltrowiez, Albert, Natimuk, 138 Wanned, Hans, Baulkamaugh, 318 Wanhill, James M., Braybrook, 736 Wannan, Alex. C., South Melb., 6zz Waddell, David, South Melb., 699 Waddell, James, Lancefield, 438 Waddell, Wm. J., J.P., Donald, 1z1 Wade, Wm,, Traralgon West, 386 Wake, R., Port Melbourne, 731 Wakefield, W. W., St. Kilda, 68z Warburton, Joseph, Windsor, 6zz Warby, S. C., St. Kilda, 659 Ward, Alanson P., Dean, 257 Ward, Dowson, Lower Everton, 355 Ward, George W., Carlton, 708 Ward, Elijah, Melbourne, 6zz Ward, James, Warrnambool, 38 Ward, John, Bacchus Marsh, 438 Ward, John, Epping, 438 Ward, Richard, Kerang, 287 Ward,' Thomas, Tarranginnie, 138 Wardrop & Cormack, N. Melb., 659 Wardrop, George, Collingwood, 719 Wardrop, James, Collingwood, 536 Ware, J. G., Camperdown, 90 Ware,. John M., Joyce's Creek, 263 Ware, Joseph, Caramut, 69 Wareing, William, N. Carlton, 659 Warman & Sanders, Richmond, 659 Warne, Alfred, Horsham, 98 Warnecke, C. H., Bromley, zz8 Warner and Carter, Melbourne, 536 Warr (Thomas) and Co., Melb., 6zz Warren, Alexander, Narioka, 318 Warren, John, Collingwood, 708 Warren, Oliver, Kaniva, 138 Warren, Peter, Narioka, 318 Warren, Robert, Dean, 257 Warren, S. M., Balaclava, 731 Warren, W. J., Lubeck, 745 Warrick, Richard, Yellangip, 745 Warrick, Wm., Gerang-Gerang, 138 Jl/arrnambool Standard, 55 Warry, Frank J., Fitzroy, 708 Warton, Charles, St. James, 318 Wastell, William H., Oakleigh, 536. Waters, Charles, Brunswick, 725 Waters, James, Coburg, 743 Waters, James, J.P., Karrabumet, (Lake Rowan), 319 Watkin, Richard, Dromana, 400 Watkins, Fredk., sen., Kew, 699 Watkins, Geo. A., S. Melbourne, 699 Watkins, Dr. Wm. L., Sunbury, 438 Watsford, Rev. John, Richmond, 506 Watson, Chas. A., W. Wodonga, 355 Watson, David, Abbotsford, 6zz Watson, David A., Allandale, 257 Watson, David F., Melbourne, 577 Watson, Edward S., St. Kilda, 555 Watson, Frank, Essendon, 725 Watson, F. W., South Yarra, 731 Watson, Geo. John, St. Kilda, 506 Watson, George, Wangaratta, 355 Watson, Henry Greaves, Yambuk, 49 Watson, Mrs. Jean, Kyneton, 235 Watson, J., Ballarat East, 194 Watson, John, Kew, 699 Watson, John, Morwell, 386 Watson, John, Mount Hope, 287 Watson, John, Parkes Plains, 319 Watson, Rev. J. M., Port Fairy, 46 Watson, J. R., Mulgrave, 743 Watson, Thomas, Gisborne, 438 Watson, Thomas, Pyramid Hill, 287 Watson, Thomas, Wyndham, 170 Watson, T., Melbourne, 577 Watson, W., Upper Macedon, 438 Watt, Mrs. A., Campbellfield, 438 Watt, Francis, Barrakee, zz5 Watt, Hugh, Dookie, 319 Watt, John A., Orbost, 365 Watts, Edwin S., Poowong, 400 Watts, Robt. W., Greenvale, 438 Watts, T., senr., J.P., Melb., 536 Watts, Wm.. Fitzroy, 725 Wauchope, Capt. A., Narre W'n, 415 Waugh Bros., Collingwood, 659 Way, A. S., M.A., South Yarra, 5o6 Way, Thos. B., Melbourne, 6zz Wayman & Kay, Stawell, zo8 Weare, Cochrane, Chiltern, 355 Weatherall, Thos., Northcote, 659 Weatherill, S. W., Richmond, 708 Weatherill, Thos., Richmond, 6zz Weavers, Alfred, Clifton Hill, 699 Webb, Rev. Allan W., E. Melb., 506 Webb Bros., Ballarat East, 193 Webb, Chas., Woorak, 138 Webb, Edwin, Charton, 287 Webb, John, Numurkah, 319 Webb, T. F., Yendon, z15 Webb, Thos. P., Melbourne, 5o6 Webb, Wm., Port Fairy, 46 Webb, Wm. A., Melbourne, 708 Weber, Jacob, Leigh-road, 170 Webster, Alfred, South Yarra, 555 Webster Bros., Portarlington, 170 Webster, John, Mulgrave, 743 Weekes, Henry, Malvern, 659 Weeks, Mrs. R., Port Melbourne, 68z Wehl, Carl, Stawell, zo8 Weidemann, S. A. N., C'mb'rwell, 6z6 Weigall, Alfred H., Melbourne, 536 Weihen, Henry, Melbourne, 731 Weir, David H., Upper Maffra, 387 Weir, David, Upper Maffra, 387

42 822 VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT. Weir, Isaac, Areegra, 121 Weir, James, jun., Kinimakatka, I3S Weir, James, sen., Winiam, 138 Weir, John, Sale, 387 Weir, Joseph, Ballarat, 2y4 Weir, William, North Fitzroy, 659 Welch, Perrin & Co., Melbourne, 577 Welsh, James, Port Melbourne, 731 Welsh, Mrs. Mary, Richmond, 707 Weller, James, Maryborough, 225 Weller, Mrs. M., Kangaroo Grd., 415 Wellington, Joseph, Milawa, 355 Wells, Edward B., Ballarat, 193 Wells, Henry, Cheltenham, 743 Wells, L. H., South Yarra, 622 Wells, Wm. E., South Melb., 536 Wells, Rev. W. P., Ballarat, 182 Wendell, C. H., Colbinabbin, 273 Wenn, J. G.; South Pak nham, 400 Wentworth, Charles, Balwyn, 725 Wertheim, Joseph, Beechworth, 355 Werrett, W. F., Kaniva South, 138 West, George, Fitzroy, 699 West, George, Preston, 736 West,. James, Essendon, 622 West, J. and B., Essendon, 622 West, John, Cowes, 400 West, John, Upper Maffra, 387 West, Solomon, J.P., Cowes, 401 West, r\'alter, Traralgon, 387 Western Bros., Fitzroy, 622 Westmoreland, J. P., Collingwd, 684 Weston, Paul, Romsey, 438 Weymes, William, Newbridge, 228 Wham, Samuel, Castlemaine, 257 Wheal, D. J., Ballarat, 193 Wheeler, James H., Daylesford, 257 Wheeler, William P., Moyhu, 355 Wheeler, W. E., J.P., St. Arnaud, 225 Wheeler, William, Tarranginnie,138 Whelan, James, Lake Rowan, 319 Whelan, J., Melbourne, 722 Whitbourne, J., Coongulmerang, 365 White and Co., Kerang, 287 White, Charles, Dandenong, 743 White, Daniel, Melbourne, 623 White (Ed.) and Co., Richmond, 684 White, Ed. John, South Yarra, 507 White, F. M., and Son, Melb., 537 White, Francis, Myrniong, 215 White, F. W., Melbourne, 684 White, George R., Lilydale, 415 White, Harry, Mysia, 287 White, James, Footscray, 622 White, John, Ballarat, 197 White, John, Joyces' Creek, 263 White, John, South Melbourne, 659 White, Joseph, Bellarine, i7o White, Rev. J. A., Blackwood, 438 White, Michael, Dean, 257 White, Philip, Ulupna, 319 White, Richard, Fitzroy, 623 White, S. J., South Melbourne, 659 White, Mrs. S., Campbellfield, 438 White, Stephen, Narracan, 387 White, Thomas H., Kingower, 225 White, Walter, Melbourne, 722 White, William, Indigo Creek, 355 White, William, Kaniva, 138 White, William, Maddingley, i7o White, William C., Newport, 659 White, William, J.P., Romsey, 438 Whitechurch, R. R., Mangalore, 332 Whitelaw, John, Ballarat, 193 Whitelaw, Thomas, Melbourne, 578 Whiteside, M. P., Ballarat, 193 Whitley, D., and Co., Melb., 578 Whittaker, Robert, Brunswick, 66o Whittaker, William, Dunolly, 225 Whitteker, John, Everton, 356 Whittle, James, Ballarat, 194 Whitty, Joseph, J.P., Boosey, 319 Whitworth, Robt. P., Windsor, 507 Whykes, John, Ballarat, 194 Whyte, Duncan, Dooen, 121 Whyte, James, Winslow, 42 Whyte, Thomas N., Geelong, 256 Wickham, Mrs. E., Purnim, 42 Wicking, George. Dargalong, 319 Wicks, Henry, Yinnar, 387 Widdicombe, T. H., Portarlingtn.,17o Wieland, Frederick, Jindivick, 387 Wiffen, George, Conangalt, 438 Wigg, John G., Wodonga, 356 Wiggin, George T., Ringwood, 415 Wightman, Charles, Yarroweyah, 319 Wightman, David, Blackwood, 438 Wightman, R.W., J.P., Thornton, 332 Wilkes, Edwd., J.P., Mulgrave, 743 Wilkie, Hugh, Tarranginnie, 138 Wilkie, James, North Creswick, 257 Wilkins, Edgar, Collingwood, 699 Wilkinson, Henry, Arcadia, Sig Wilkinson, Joseph, Barmah, 319 Wilkinson, Thomas G., Oakleigh, 536 Wilkinson, W. Tomline, Cast'rtn., 69 Wilkinson, Wm., E. Brighton, 536 Willan, Precious C., Maryville, 387 Willan, Sons & Colles, Melb., 536 Willey, F., J.P., Portarlington, i7o Willey, Robert, Bellarine, 170 Williams, David, Bungeet, 319 Williams, David E., Leneva, 356 Williams, David, Leneva, 356 Williams, Edward B., Leneva, 356 Williams, E. D., J.P., Castlem'e, 257 Williams, Frank, Horsham, 98 Williams, Fredk., Melbourne, 536 Williams, F. J., Miram Piram, 138 Williams, George, Bungeet, 3,9 Williams, George, Greendale, 215 Williams, Henry G., Ballarat, 194 Williams, Henry, Swan Hill, 287 Williams, James, Natimuk, 138 Williams, J., Riddell's Creek, 439 Williams, John, Orbost, 365 Williams, John, S. Brighton, 708 Williams, Joseph, Creswick, 258 Williams, J., S. Melbourne, 699 Williams, J. R., Homebush, 225 Williams, L. H., Grantville, 397 Williams, Price, Melbourne, 623 Williams, Richard F., Corop, 319 Williams, Richard H., Stawell, 208 Williams, Theophilus, Ballarat, 748 Williams, Thomas, Rupanyup, 745 Williams, William, Bungeet, 319 Williams, William, Casterton, 69 Williams, William, Charlton, 287 Williams, William G., Ballarat 194 Williams, W. H., E. Melbourne, 66o Williams, W. Lloyd, Harcourt, 258 Williams, W. L., Sebastopol, 194 Williams, W. S., Doncaster, 743 Williams, W. W., Windsor, 7,9 Williams, William, Wodonga, 356 Williamson, Alex., Dunolly, 225 Williamson, David W., Kerang, 288 Williamson, D., Portarlington, 170 Williamson, E. Hill, Waaia, 319 Williamson, E., Warranambool, 38 Williamson, George N., Corop, 320 Williamson, James, Tinamba, 387 Williamson, James, Yarra Flats, 415 Williamson, James S., Yea, 332 Williamson, J., Kensington, 66o Williamson, John, Yarra Flats, 4,5 Williamson, R., Templestowe, 743 Williamson, Thomas, Yea, 332 Williamson, Wm., Footscray, 622 Willis, G. NI., Poowong, 401 Willis, James, Lake Rowan, 320 Willis, T., and Co., Melh., 578 Willis (William) and Co., Mel., 623 Willmot and Birrell, S. Melb., 66o Willoughby, C. F., St. Kilda, 725 Wills, J. W., Dimboola, 745 Willis, Samuel, J.P., Windsor, 66o Wills, S. E., Melbourne, 537 Wills, Thomas, Kewell West, 745 Wills, Wm. S., Kiata East, 138 Wilmot, George, Colac, go Wilmot, I. T., Christmas Hills, 415 Wilmot, Joseph, Oakleigh, 537 Wilmot, W. B., M.D., Melb., 537 Wilsmore, John B., Brunswick, 66o Wilsmore, R. H., Tylden, 235 Wilson, Alexander, Terang, go Wilson, Alex., Williamstown, 537 Wilson, Rev. A. J., S. Yarra, 507 Wilson and Co., Melbourne, 578 Wilson, Andrew, Mulgrave, 743 Wilson, Andrew, Neerim, 387 Wilson, A. C., J.P., Sebastian, 273 Wilson Bros., Clifton Hill, 66o Wilson, Charles, Creswick, 258 Wilson, Charles, Dandenong, 744 Wilson, Charles, Teesdale, 170 Wilson, Corben & Co., Melb., 66o Wilson, David, Allansford, 42 Wilson, David, Beechworth, 356 Wilson, F., Collingwood, 684 Wilson, George J., Allansford, 55 Wilson, George, Murchison, 320 Wilson, George, Talgarno, 356 Wilson, Dr. H. B., E. Prahran, 537 Wilson, Henry, Marong, 273 Wilson, Henry, Tarranginnie, 139 Wilson, Henry P1., Dromana, 401 Wilson, Hugh, Garup, 745 Wilson, James B., Richmond, 623 Wilson, James, Keilor, 439 Wilson, J. and R., Woodford, 42 Wilson, John A., Melbourne, 684 Wilson, J., & Co., Warnambool, 38 Wilson, J. B., Yarra Flats, 415 Wilson, John, Crowlands, 225 Wilson, John, Epping, 439 Wilson, John, Melbourne, 684 Wilson, John, Noradjuha, 139 Wilson, John P., Buninyong, 215 Wilson, John, South Preston, 744 Wilson, John, Williamstown, 624 Wilson, Wilson, J. R., Doncaster, P. C., Colac, go 744 Wilson, Robert, Little River, 171 Wilson, Sir Samuel, Burrumbeet,208 Wilson, Septimus, St. Kilda, 624 Wilson, Sydney H., Melbourne, 537 Wilson, T. B., Abbotsford, 66o Wilson, Thomas, Collingwood, 684 Wilson, T. R., J.P., St. Kilda, 507 Wilson, Thomas, Warrnainbool, 38 Wilson, Thomas, Yan Yean, 439 Wilson, Hon. Wm., E. St. Kilda, 507 Wilson, William, Horsham, 98 Wilson, William, Jindivick, 387 Wilson, W. H., J.P., Merriang, 439 Wilson, William, Toongabbie, 387 Wilton & Son, Moonee Ponds, 66o Wilton, John, J.P., E. Melbourne, 537 Wiltshire, George, Winchelsea, 90 Wimble, F. T., & Co., Melb., 624 Windmill, A. L. P., Carlshrue, 235 Windridge, Lieut. Col., Kyneton, 235 Wines, George, Pyalong, 258 Winter, S. V., J.P., Albert Park, 507 Winter, Hon. W. I., Noorilim, 320 Winterbottom, W. H., Koondrook, 288 Winzar, William, Marong, 273 Wippell, Walter, Eltham, 4,5 Wirth, John, Kinimakatka, 139 Wise, M M., and Co., Avoca, 226 Wise, William, Footscray, 719 Wiseman Bros., Melbourne, 578 Wissing, Frederick, Daylesford, 258 Witchell, John, Prahran, 628 Witherow, Robert, Murmungee, 356 Withers, Edward, Rutherglen, 356 Withers, William B., Ballarat, 507 Withers, William, Chiltern, 356 Witney, William, Dimboola, 745 Witt, W., East Prahran, 66o Wbttrick, Leon, Morwell, 387 Woinarski, Z. S. E. A., Ballarat, 537 Wolf, William, Melbourne, 537 Wood, Alexander, Ballan, 215 Wood, Alfred, Carlton, 708 Wood, Edward, J.P., Preston, 744 Wood, F., Warracknabeal, 745 Wood, George, Rupanyup, 745 Woods, J., Colac, go Wood, James W., Cowes, 401 Wood, James, Melbourne, 538 Wood, James, Tallangatta, 356 Wood, John, Hawthorn, 5o8 Wood, John B., Horsham, 98 Wood, John, Kaniva, 139 Wood, John, Prahran, 66o Wood, Mrs Mary, Essendon, 684 Wood, Thomas, Collingwood, 66o Wood, Dr. W. A., Malvern, 538 Wood, William, Kaniva, 239 Wood, Wm., W. Melbourne, 708 Wood, Wilson, Brunswick, 731 Woodburn, M. D., Daylesford, 258 Woodbury, James, Alexandra, 332 Woodford Mechanics' Institute, 55 Woodhart, James B., Natimuk, 239 Woodhead, B., J.P., Fitzroy, 6gg Woodland, John, Wodonga, 356 Woodman, Samuel, Muckleford, 263 Woodmason, Wm., Prahran, 6gg Woods, Major A. T., Parkville, 508 Woods, Fred., Williamstown, 699 Woods, G. Gilmore, Portland, 55 Woods, James R., Portland, 55 Woods, John, Fitzroy, 660 Woods, John, Longwarry, 387 Woods, J., Colac, go Woods, Hon. J., M.L.A., Melb., 508 Woodward, F. C., Bairnsdale, 365 Woodward, F. B., Bairnsdale, 365 Woodworth, G. L., J.P., Gisborne, 439 Woolacott, George, Prahran, 66o Woolcock, John, Collingwood, 708 Woolcott, R. R., J.P.,Yarra Flats, 415 Woolcott, Wm. J., Melbourne, 538 Wooldridge, Charles, Yearinga, 139 Worrell, Joseph E., Mornington, 401 Worseldine & Hammerton, St. K., 624 Warsnop, Sampson A. F,, Carlton, 708 Woulfe, Patrick, Lilydale, 415 Wratten, George, Malvern, 684 Wrgy, John, Colac, go Wren, Edward, St. James, 320 Wren,. John, Caulfield, 538 Wright, Agnes, Inglewood, 226 Wright & Edwards Ltd., Melb., 624 Wright, Andrew, Essendon, 66z Wright, Frederick, Tullamine, 439 Wright, George D., Elsternwick, 661 Wright, George, Milawa, 356 Wright, G., Hawthorn, 661 Wright, Henry C., Windsor, 684 Wright, James, Melbourne, 661 Wright, John, Upper Mafira, 387 Wright, Joseph, Boort, Wright, Joseph, Pelluebla, 320 Wright, Orr & Co., South Melb., 624 Wright, Peter, M.L.A., Melb., 5og Wright, Robert, Portarlington, 171 Wright, Walter C., Horsham, g8 Wright, William, Baranduda, 356 Wright, William, Borung, 226 Wright, Wm., Nar-Nar-Goon, 401 Wrigley and Co., Melbourne, 626 Wrigley & Scales, Melbourne, 578 Wrixon, Hon. H. J., Melb., 510 Wuchatsch, John, Epping, 439 Wyatt and Simmons, S. Yarra, 626 Wybar and Son, Caulfield, 661 Wyselaskie, Johii D., St. Kilda, 5og Yager, Johann G., Fitzroy, 626 Yandell, A. C., Castlemaine, 258 Yates, William, Clifton Hill, 626 Yeaman, George, Katunga, 320 Yeatman, E. S., Malvern, 732 Yeats, G., J.P., Caslemaine, 258 Yelland, F., Kaniva South, 139 Yelland, John May, Prahran, 538 Yelland, William, Newlyn, 258 Yencken, E. L., & Co., Melb., 578 Yeo, Bretnall & Merrin, Meib., 579 Yeo, Charles, J.P., Kerang, 288 Yeoinans, W. R., N. Fitzroy, 626 Youl, Ebenezer, Yambuk, 49 Young, A. E., Moonee Ponds, 538 Young, Hon. George,. Ballarat, i8z Young, George, Coleraine, 69 Young, George H. 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