Citations and Notes:
 "The History of the Goodall Cup", author not stated, Ice Hockey Australia, IHA web site.
 "Ice Hockey: The NSW Ice Hockey, Association Inc. Australia - Facts and Events 1907-1999" by Sid Tange (1999). 175pp. unpublished manuscript; Extracts published in 2007 on the IHNSW web site for the 2008 Centenary.
 'History of Skating in Australia: Ice skating rinks in Australia and some of the personalities associated with them'. Donald McKnight OAM, October 2007 (Friends of ISQ web site).
 Ice Skating Australia (ISA) web site. Site includes downloadable PDF files for National and International Skating placings 1911-2007. Online. This is only recorded in source  and it is not certain that the winner of the 1911 National was Henry Newman Reid Junior (Hal) who was age 20. However Henry Reid Sr. was about 49 years of age. Mirilees Reid was Ladies National Figure Skating Champion in 1935 (Placings National Champions 1931-2004). History and foundations of ISA: Online
 History of Skating in Australia, Ice Skating Rinks in Australia and some of the personalities associated with them, Donald McKnight, October 2007 (Friends of ISQ web site)
 'A Short History of Skating in Australia', Ice Skating Australia Online
 'A to Z Encyclopaedia of Ice Hockey', Edited by Phil Stamp in association with Stewart Roberts, 1998-2007, Online Australian Squads Online
 'Footscray Hockey Club (1934-present), Time line. Online
 'Full Olympians', Herman De Wael, Online
 'Springvale Botanical Cemetery', John Lawrence Thomas died 7 Feb 1995 at age 58 and was cremated on 10 Feb 1995.
 'Springvale Botanical Cemetery', William Oliver McEachern, born 19 Feb 1921, died 11 Apr 1997 at age 77 and was cremated on 15 Apr 1997. Religion: Uniting Church. Funeral Director: John Allison Monkhouse, Brighton. Memorial location: Springvale BC Clayton, Vic, Fuchsia - Plaque On Wall O Position 120.
 'Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Adrian Wildman Swan, born 3 May 1920, died 21 Feb 2006 at age 85 and was cremated on 28 Feb 2006. Religion: Church of England. Funeral Director: Tobin Brothers, Malvern. Remains Collected.
 'Streatham Programme 1948-49, Saturday 20th March 1948 - Streatham v Canada'. Streatham : M Reynolds (G), George Baillie, G Telkinnen, P Ryan, D Wilson, Chuck Turner, Bud McEachern, Archie Stinchcombe, G Drysdale, Norm Gardiner, Ross Richardson, Verne Gardiner, L McKay, D Miller. Canada were represented by their 1948 Olympic Gold Medal winning team - RCAF Flyers : Gib Hutchinsosn (G), Louis Lacommpte, Frank Dunster, Laperriere, Patsy Guzzo, Andy Gilpin, Taylor, Albert Renaud, Ted Hibberd, Reg Schroeder, Forbes, Orval Gravelle, Pete Leichnitz, Frank Boucher.
 'hockeyDB.com: the Internet Hockey Database' Born 19 Feb 1921, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Online
 'Hockey Victoria Annual Report, 2005', p24, Victorian Players at Australian Senior Men’s Championships 1925-1992, B. ACTON* 48-51,53-56 (* Represented Australia)
 'Biography of Len Duke' by Lillian Dillon [sister of Len], Buderim, Qld, 2003.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg. No. 4947: Henry Hans Kleiner born 1922 to parents Gottleib Ferdi Kleiner and Johann Wendelberg. Reg. No. 1158: Henry Hans Kleiner died 1959, parents not stated.
‘Digger Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901’, State Library Victoria. Gottlieb Ferdinand Kleiner and Johan Wendelberg children: Reg No 496X192: Gustaf born 1883; Reg No: 494X192: Henry Hans Kleiner born 1887 (Note: age at death incorrectly registered at Springvale Botanical Cemetery)
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 1158: Henry Hans Kleiner died 1959 age 72 at Brighton, parents unknown. Reg No 7155 Gottlieb Ferdinand Maximillan Kleiner died 1925 age 73 at Richmond, parents unknown. Reg No 4549: Nellie Kleiner died 1975 age 80 at Brighton, parents Francis Curnow (Kleiner?) and Margaret Ellen Prouse. Reg No 2125: Josine Kleiner died 1932 age 48 at Brighton, father McCormick (?)
The Argus newspaper, Melbourne, Mon 1 Jun 1925, p 1. Death Notice transcript: Kleiner On the 31st May, at his residence, 71 Richmond Terrace, Richmond, Gottlieb Ferdinand Maximillan Kleiner, dearly beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Kleiner, and loving father of Julius Leachen, Gustav, and Henry Hans, aged 72 years. At rest.
The Argus newspaper, Melbourne, Wed 5 Oct 1932, p 9. Transcript: Letters Witheld at Inquest. The city coroner (Mr Grant, PM) would not allow letters produced at an inquest yesterday and written by Josephine Kleiner, aged 48 years, married, St Kilda Street, Brighton, to be published. He found that Mrs Kleiner committed suicide on September 24 by taking poison. Mr R J Ramsay, who appeared for the husband, Hans Joseph Kleiner, asked that the letters might be returned to his client. Their purport was purely domestic, and Mr Kleiner had already been embarrassed by their publication in a weekly newspaper. Mr Grant advised that the application be made to the Crown Law Department. Evidence was given that Mrs Kleiner and her husband had domestic differences and that she was very upset when her husband left for Sydney on September 14. She had threatened to poison herself several times, and had been in ill-health for five years.
"National Archives Australia", Series no D596 Henry Hans KLEINER, Mrs Nellie STUART, passport, 1932-33; Series no A1336 AUTHOR Henry Hans Kleiner: ADDRESS Melbourne: TITLE OF WORK The Hollywood Personality Register: TYPE OF WORK Literary Work: APPLICANT Henry Hans Kleiner: DATE OF APPLICATION 29 May 1934: DATE COPYRIGHT REGISTERED 12 Jun 1934: WORK ENCLOSED? Yes; Series no MT269/1, KLEINER Gottlieb F M: Nationality - German: First registered at North Melbourne, 1916-23; Series no MP16/1 Hans Kleiner, NBS, formerly in business in Wangaratta, 1917; Series no B883 KLEINER KEVIN RUTHERFORD: Service Number VX12993: Date of birth: 28 Nov 1910: Place of birth WANGARATTA VIC: Place of enlistment - CAULFIELD VIC: Next of Kin - KLEINER LENA
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Henry Hans Kleiner was interred privately at the Renowden Chapel of Springvale Botanical Cemetery on January 21st, 1959 with Nellie Kleiner who was interred on February 2nd, 1975 (Columbarian Niche Room 4, Section B Niche 15).
 ''Lloyd MacDonald Web site, Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada', Photos of the Sydney Millionaires Ice Hockey Team, 1940-41, including Bud McEachern. Online
 ''Election Summary From 1867 - 2006', Government of Nova Scotia. Elections Statistics. Elections Nova Scotia. General Election April 2, 1974, Cape Breton Centre, James (Buddy) McEachern, Nova Scotia New Democratic Party, Votes 3380, Majority 637. Retrieved on 2008-02-19.
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No: 6601/1942: Ernest James Kendall died in 1942 at Sydney; parents Ernest and Ida. Reg No: 47093/1973: Hilda Mary Kendall died in 1973 at Murrumburrah; parents Bernard Walter J Dibbs and Elizabeth A R (Not confirmed: parents possibly incorrect on Certificate; not matched to source 33).
 "Australia and the Olympic Games". Gordon, Harry (1994). pp. 411-416, University of Queensland. ISBN 0-7022-2627-0.
 'Ice Skating Australia Hall of Fame'. Ice Skating Australia, Aug 2004.
 'National Teams at Major International Tournaments', Hockey Australia, 2007, hockey.org.au
 'SR/Olympic Sports Web site", Sports Reference LLC', 2008, Online
 'IIHF Web site", International Ice Hockey Federation', 2008, Past Tournaments History. Online
 'NSW Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages', Reg No 11886, James Archibald Brown married Gwendoline Myrtle Fraser at Sydney in 1936. Reg No 23499, Frank Cowan Brown, son of John Thomas Brown and Charlotte Elizabeth, died 1936 at Petersham. Reg No 18638, John Thomas Brown, son of Frank Cowan Brown and Jessie Naesmith died 1953 at Petersham. Reg No 1140, James Archibald Brown, son of Frank Brown and Jessie died 1959 at Sydney. Reg No 66742/1972: Gwendoline Myrtle Brown died in 1972 at St Leonards, NSW, daughter of James and Isaline Alma Fraser.
 'International Genealogical Index v5.0', LDS, Old Parish Registers, OPR M119281 Source 6035516 REGISTER: John Thomas Brown, Spouse: Charlotte Augusta Cowan, Marriage: 29 June 1863 Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. OPR C116441 6035516 REGISTER: Francis Cowan Brown Birth: 12 July 1872, Central District, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, Father: John Thomas Brown, Mother: Charlotte Augusta Cowan.
 'World War II Nominal Roll,' Australia, various service records as follows:
(a) RAAF Service Record 15556: James Archibald Brown, born 31 Mar 1908, Falkirk, Scotland. Enlisted 10 June 1940 at Sydney, NSW, while resident at Croydon, NSW. Next of Kin: Gwendoline Brown (wife). Discharged 7 Aug 1945. Rank: Sergeant, 11 Squadron, RAAF.
(b) RAN Service Record S/8361: Jeffry Joynton Smith b. 28 Feb 1925, enlisted 12 Apr 1943, Royal Australian Navy, Home port Sydney, Next of Kin G. Joynton-Smith, discharged 25 Oct 1946, Rank Sub-lieutenant, Posting at discharge HMAS Bungaree.
(c) Australian Army Service Record VX115578: John McCrae-Williamson b. 20 Mar 1916 at Carnegie, Vic, enlisted 3 Oct 1942 Mingenew, WA when living at Ormond, Vic. Next of Kin: Alexander McCrae-Williamson. Discharged 24 Jun 1946, Rank Lieutenant in 2/2 Aust. Pioneer Battalion.
 '1901 Census of Canada Indexing Project', 1901 Census records for Prince Edward Island, Automated Genealogy Index, Online
 "The Canadian Encyclopedia", G. Edward MacDonald. Also see: F.W.P. Bolger, "The First Bishop in The Catholic Church in Prince Edward Island" (1979).
 '1901 Census of Canada Indexing Project', Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada Subdistrict: Sydney (Town/Ville), CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA District Number: 28 Subdistrict Number: z-4 Archives Microfilm: T-6448, Transcript of Page 21 Line 16 Household 188 (on 31 Mar 1901):
Kendell Earnest Male, Head, Married, born Apr 29 1864, age 37
Kendell Ida B, Female, Wife, Married, born Sep 10 1862, age 38
Kendell Earnest J. Male, Son, Single, born Dec 13 1889, age 11
Kendell Hellen M. Female, Daughter, Single, born Oct 29 1891, age 9
Barttett Louise, Female, Niece, Single, born Jul 29 1877, age 23
Burchell Mary A. Female, Sister, Single, born Feb 13 1842, age 59
 'NSW Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages', Reg No 297/1915 Kendall Ernest J married Dibbs, Hilda M at Sydney in 1915. Reg No 31260/1894 Dibbs, Hilda M, born 1894 to parents Charles H J Dibbs and Matilda at St Leonards. Reg No: 2045/1890: Charles H J Dibbs married Matilda Harris in 1890 at Ashfield. Reg No: 11826/1918: Charles H J Dibbs remarried to Helena M. Deering in 1918 at Mosman. Reg No: 7139/1942: William Ernest Kendall (son of Jim Kendall) married Betty Helen Maxwell at Woollahra in 1942.
 '1881 Census of Canada', Source Information: Census Place Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Family History Library Film 1375803 NA Film Number C-13167 District 6 Sub-district P Division 1. Transcript of Page 29, Household 132:
Samuel Fredrick KENDALL M Male English age 63 Born England Minister Of Gospel Christian Bretheren
Emily KENDALL M Female English age 57 Born England Christian Bretheren
Arthur S. KENDALL Male English age 20 Born Nova Scotia Medical Student Christian Bretheren
Ernest H. KENDALL Male English age 17 Born Nova Scotia College Student Christian Bretheren
 'International Genealogical Index v5.0', LDS, IGI Batch No.: M515961 Source Call No.: 974.43 S7 V2T , Transcript: Samuel Kendall and Emily Porter, Marriage: 9 May 1839, Sterling, Worcester, Massachusetts. Not confirmed this was Samuel of Cape Breton, but possible.
 'My Brighton and Hove Web site', A living history of Brighton and Hove, Online
 'Speed Skating - a background', David Morgan, Ice Racing NSW Inc, unpublished.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria',
Reg No 12909: Edwd Jas MOLONY born 1900, Father Geo Thos, Mother Ada Maltby.
Reg No 21028: Ada Eileen MOLONY born 1901, Geo Thos Maltby, Mother Ada Evelyn Maltby
Reg No 24034: Edward James MOLONY died 1975, parents George Thomas and Ada Evelyn MALTBY.
Reg No 2402: Ada Evelyn Maltby married Geo Thos Molony in 1899.
Reg No 17880: George Thomas MOLONY born 1875, Father James, Mother Ellen O'Leary.
Reg No 18236: Ada Evelyn Maltby born 1871, Father Edward, Mother Margaret Conner.
Reg No 662: James MOLONY married Ellen OLEARY in 1858.
Reg No 15999 Peter Joseph MOLONY born 1866 James OLEARY - Ellen
Reg No 10442 Michael MOLONY born 1869 James OLEARY - Ellen
Reg No 18164 Joseph MOLONY born 1883 James OLEARY - Ellen
‘Digger Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901,’ State Library Victoria. James Molony and Ellen O’Leary; Reg No 662: married 1858. Children: Reg No 17880: George Thomas Molony born 1875 at Melbourne. Reg No ___: James Francis Molony born 1862 at Melbourne
‘Digger Marriage Index Victoria 1921-42,’ State Library Victoria. Reg No 11579: Edward James Molony married Muriel Mafeking Scrivener in 1924.
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85,’ State Library Victoria. Reg No 24034: Edward James Molony died 1975 age 75 at Brighton, parents George Thomas and Ada Evelyn Maltby. Reg No 17412: Muriel Mafeking Molony died 1973 age 73 at Brighton, parents Herbert Scrivener and Emily Arch (db 1900). Reg No 5695: Ada Evelyn Molony died 1959 age 87 at Melbourne, parents Edward Maltby and Mary Enmor
The Argus, Mon 14 Apr 1924, p 12. Following is a list of graduates....Diploma of Education, Ada E. Molony.
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Edward James Molony was cremated at Springvale Botanical Cemetery on October 15th, 1975.
 ''Society for International Hockey Research (SIHR)', Online
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', John Lawrence Thomas died 7 Feb 1995 at age 58 and was cremated on 10 Feb 1995 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Clayton, Victoria. Zdenck Tikal died 20 Nov 1991, age 62, cremated 25 Nov 1991 by Tobin Bros Funeral Directors with brother Frantisek Tikal who was buried 18 Oct 1961 and Frieda Tikal born 21 Mar 1931 died 29 Dec 1998, cremated on 31 Dec 1998 by John Allison Monkhouse Funeral Directors. Memorial site : Roman Catholic - Monumental Compartment I Section 1 Grave 1
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No: 16323/1897: Herbert R Leafe born 1897 at St Leonards, parents Ernest and Janet B; Reg No: 11198/1953: Reginald Herbert Leafe, son of Ernest and Janet, died in 1953 at Chatswood.
 ''LostHockey.com" web site, a non-profit research project. "Tom Coulter" article based on an interview with Tom Coulter, April, 2002, author not stated. Article states Coulter played two NHL games, but the official record shows one. Dates and other information added from official sources and checked against Source . Includes match transcript from The Sun newspaper, Sydney, Australia, 15 Sep 1938.
 ''Melbourne Collegians Water Polo Club Inc. A History --- 1894 - 1994', incorporating Melbourne Swimming Club and Old Wesley Collegians Water Polo Club, compiled by Russell S. Fletcher, Club Member 1978-1994, unpublished.
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Russell William Carson, born 30 Jan 1915, died 14 Oct 1996 at age 81. Cremated on 17 Oct 1996 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Clayton, Victoria. Funeral Director W D Rose, Cheltenham. The cremated remains were collected (no memorial).
 ''Kenora Thistles 100th Anniversary Web site", Past Teams from 1894-5 to 1975-6, Online
 ''World War II Nominal Roll", Commonwealth of Australia, 2002.
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Alfred Henry Sengotta born 27 Oct 1921, died 20 May 2006, cremated on 26 May 2006 at age 84. Service by Heritage and Heritage Funerals. Wife Olga Saima Sengotta born 28 Apr 1927 died 6 Jun 2006 age 79.
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No: 18439/1963: Egon Winter, son of George and Elsa, died in 1963 at Sydney. Reg No: 16903/1950: Egon Winter married Edith Zinmerisan at Paddington in 1950.
 ''Australian Professional Skaters Association (APSA)", est 1968. Online
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Tony Martyr, President of IHQ, presented trophies at the De Fris Tournament held at Queensland in 2004. Possibly related: Anthony John Martyr died 24 Apr 1982. Service at Springvale Botanical Cemetery on 27 Apr 1982. Interred with George Raymond Martyr (d. 1943); Henrietta Florence Braid (d. 1972); and Winifred May Martyr (d. 1977). Memorial location: Dodonaea - Rose Tree Garden N13 Bed 1 Rose 35.
Others not confirmed:
• Peter Michael Cavanagh born 22 Jun 1934 died 8 Aug 2003 age 69 in Melbourne. Service at Springvale Botanical Cemetery by Tobin Brothers, Burwood East. Cremated remains collected.
• William Renton died 24 Aug 2007 age 78 in Melbourne. Birth date given as 18 Aug 1925 but birth date derived from age at death is 1929-30. Service at Springvale Botanical Cemetery on 30 Aug 2007 by Le Pine, Box Hill. Memorial location: Police Memorial - Position in Rose Garden Bed 1 Position 7
• Kevin Harris died 11 Jun 1989 age 53 at Melbourne. Service by Tobin Brothers Pty Ltd on 30 Jun 1989.
• Francis Thomas Chase died about 1 Aug 1975. Service at Springvale Botanical Cemetery on 4 Aug 1975.
 "International Olympic Committee", Athletes, Online
 "Australian Olympic Committee", Athletes and Coaches, Online
 "'Mustar, Ernest Andrew (1893 - 1971)', Diane Langmore, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, p. 655.
 "'BBC Home, WW2 People's War", An archive of WW2 memories gathered by the BBC. "My Sporadic Airforce Flying Career: From New Zealand to Canada and the UK". Thomas Hindley, Royal Air Force Article ID: A2774667, Contributed on: 23 June 2004, Online
 'It's An Honour: Australia Celebrating Australians' web site, Australian Government, 2008, Online
 'Beryl Black Archive', figure skating images, various as cited. Beryl Black is a historian, whose sister, Babs Cunningham, a national speed skating champion, introduced her to skating. She moved to Switzerland for 2 years where her husband coached ice hockey and she ran group skating classes for children. In 2006, she organised the 100th anniversary of Skating in Victoria. She is also writing a book about Victoria’s skating history.
 'Brief History of Speed Skating in Australia' 2003, Mark Eaton, Online.
 'Australian Naval and Military Expedition, Attestation Papers of Ernest James Kendall', 17 Aug 1914, Australian National Archives.
 'National Archives of Australia', Various related records:
John McCrae-Williamson War Service Record No VX115578: Date of birth 20 Mar 1916, Place of birth CARNEGIE VIC, Place of enlistment MINGENEW WA, Next of Kin MCCRAE-WILLIAMSON Alexander, Contents date range 1939 - 1948, NAA Series accession number 2002/05064726.
Phillip Raleigh Ginsberg War Service Record No NX137414: Date of birth 2 Oct 1923, Place of birth WELLINGTON NEW ZEALAND, Place of enlistment SYDNEY NSW, Next of Kin GINSBERG CLARICE
 'National Archives of Australia', Applications for permission to remain in Australia upon discharge from the British Armed Forces lodged both in Australia and abroad (Form 49) [and Royal Air Force release letters for British airmen and air women] Series number: A12288. Detail: PARROTT, Henry Marcus (Army Service No.: 236287) born in Wellington Banks, Dublin, Ireland on 9 September 1904; Wife: Lilian May PARROTT; Children: Anthony Marcus and Peter Gordon PARROTT - Application dated: Taiping [Malaysia], 12 August 1947]
 "National Archives of Australia", Series no A1337, Acc no A1337T2, Application for registration of a design by John Kennedy for Ice hockey boot - Class 10. Series No B4747: Kenneth George Kennedy AMF Trainee Cadet papers, 1927.
 "Parliament of Canada", Biography of Arthur Samuel Kendall. Online Living with Jim Kendall's father in 1881 Census of Canada (note 34 above). Also see "Canadian Parliamentary Guide", 1905, AJ Magurn
 "Birthplace of Hockey Web site, Windsor, Nova Scotia", Garth Vaughn, Online
 "History of North American Hockey Web site" Online
 "World Statesman web site - Lieutenant Governors of Nova Scotia", Transcript: The Honourable Henry Ernest Kendall (b. 1864 - d. 1949), Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Nova Scotia 17 Nov 1942 - 12 Aug 1947. Jim Kendall identifies his father in his Australian War Service application (Source 59) as "Dr H E Kendall, Kings Road, Sydney, Nova Scotia". Online
 "History of Federal Ridings since 1867", Parliament of Canada, Transcript: Nova Scotia, Hants Ryding (1921/12/06) KENDALL, Henry Ernest, farmer, Progressive Party, 993 votes. Online
 "Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics" Nova Scotia Genealogy, 2008, Civil Registrations, Births: 1864-1877, Delayed Births 1836-1907; Marriages: Bonds 1763-1864, Registrations 1864-1932; Deaths: 1864-1877, 1 October 1908-1957 Online
Kendall, Helen Mary, Sydney, Cape Breton County, 1892 (Reg Year: 1904 - Book: 1904 - Page: 70100428)
McLennan, Margaret Hetty Joan, Sydney, Cape Breton, 25 Aug 1888. Parents: John Stewart McLennan, Louise Bradley
McLennan, Katherine Sophia, Sydney, Cape Breton, 14 Aug 1892, Parents: John Stewart McLennan and Louise Bradley
Marriages (copies held):
Kendall, Arthur S. and Crawley, Mary E., Cape Breton Co, 1886
Kendall, Henry E. and Burchell, Ida B., Cape Breton Co, 1888. Copy held. (Reg Year: 1888 Book: 1804 Page: 213 - No: 84)
Deaths (copies held):
Kendall, Emily, Sydney, Cape Breton, 20 Oct 1908, 85 years, married, b. London (Reg Year: 1908 Book: 3 Page: 5 No: 28)
Kendall, Ida B., Sydney, Cape Breton, 9 Jun 1909, 47 years, (Reg Year: 1909 Book: 3 Page: 96 No: 580)
Kendall, Arthur S., Sydney, Cape Breton, 1944.
Kendall, Henry Ernest, Windsor, Hants County, 2 Sep 1949, Copy held (Reg Year: 1949 - Book: 1949 - Page: 4807)
Canadian Great War Project, 2004-2008 Marc Leroux, web site, service record of Helen Mary Kendall online . Helen's military award (Royal Red Cross 2nd Class): online
 "Official Histories First World War", Volume X The Australians at Rabaul. The Capture and Administration of the German Possessions in the Southern Pacific (10th edition, 1941), S S Mackenzie, University of Queensland Press, Australian War Memorial. Online
 'International Genealogical Index v5.0', LDS, Old Parish Registers:
(a) OPR Batch P015521, Source 0254540-0254544, Printout 0821146, Film. Transcript: Emily Long b. 31 May 1823, bp. 29 Jun 1823 at Saint John Horsleydowns, Bermondsey, London, England. Father: William Long, Mother: Ann
(b) OPR Batch C067053, Source 0585472, Printout 6903894, Transcript: Emily Long, bp. 6 Feb 1824, Saint Luke, Chelsea, London, England, Father: Pierce Long, Mother: Julia.
 "Soldiers of the First World War - Canadian Expeditionary Force", Library and Archives Canada, Ref: G 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 5076 - 19, Officers Declaration Paper, May 15th, 1916. Henry Ernest Kendall, b. 29 Apr 1864. Copy held.
 "Canadian Virtual War Memorial", Veteran Affairs Canada, Online
 "Dr. Arthur Samuel Kendall, his life and times as a medical doctor, politician and citizen of Cape Breton Island, 1861-1944" [microform] / Moira Ross, 1998, Master of Arts thesis, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, NS. Publisher: Ottawa: National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, , 2 microfiches. Copy held.
 "McLennans of Petersfield", Cape Breton Regional Library, (grossly over-romanticised) Online
 "Dictionary of Canadian Biography", Online
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Ronald Neil McEachern, b. 24 Mar 1946; d. 13 Apr 2005, age 59, cremation service 18 Apr 2005; Funeral Director: Heritage & Heritage Funerals; Memorial SBC, Westringia - Wall Niche Wall Q Niche 16. (Possibly related to William Oliver McEachern) Also:
• Herald-Sun 14 April 200 McEACHERN. - Neil. Passed away Apr. 13, 2005 Father of Steven and Alison, Brett and Paula, and Tegan. Grandpa of Kierah, Mitchell and Tayla. Son of Edith and Ron (dec.). Brother of Gillian, Graham and Dawn, and families. Friend of Helen and Deb. Much loved by all
• Australia's Vietnam Veterans Mortality Listing: Sapper Neil was the Headquarters (Company), 1st Australian Task Force, Carpenter & Joiner during the period, 09 September 1969 to 10 September 1970. Online Also see Nominal Roll of Vietnam Veterans Online
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 7575: Anne Kathleen McEachern, d. 1985; Father: Clancy William; Mother: Elizabeth. (Possibly related to William Oliver McEachern).
 "Two Mates and a Horse Race" and "A Winning Bet", Bradken (formerly Bradford Kendall Ltd) history brochures, 2008.
 'Bradford, Leslie (Les) (1878 - 1943)', D F Fairweather, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 13, Melbourne University Press, 1993, pp 242-243.
 'Interview between Carolyn Whalen and Miss Mary Fraser of Sydney, NS", July 29 1996, Cape Breton Regional Library. Mary Fraser was a companion of Helen Kendall and Katherine McLennan. Online
Part transcript: Miss Kendall and Miss McLennan never traveled together except to Australia, they went to Australia twice together because Miss Kendall's brother had gone to Australia. The tie between the two was that Miss Kendall's father had married Miss McLennan's sister Margaret, it was his second wife. But before that the families had... Dr. Kendall and his wife and the McLennans, they had been very close friends and they spent Christmas and so on and they would be spending their Christmases together. But Miss Kendall had trained in the Royal Victoria and then she went overseas, so did Miss McLennan, went overseas. Did Helen Kendall have her own money? Now that was one thing, she was a nurse in the Royal Victoria operating room and then her father, you see, married Margaret and moved elsewhere and it turned out latterly that Miss Kendall was very comfortable, but it never really meant anything to her, that was the sad thing because she... but she was not the kind who would accept Katharine's, she would not accept anything. She must have had fairly slim... but she always drove a good car though. But her brother became very wealthy, he founded steel mills in Australia. He moved out with a suit and a pair of pajamas. He and Katharine McLennan's brother Hugh were very close friends and they had, as young men, had worked over at the steel plant in summers and then Hugh was killed.
Anyway, Jim- James Kendall- decided he'd see the world so he took a tramp steamer. He found himself in Cape Town and he didn't have any money and he wore his pajamas on the boat, that was his garment on the boat because he was saving his suit for the land. Anyway, he put on the suit and hitched a ride, he wanted to see the diamond fields in South Africa because the tramp steamer was going to be in for a few days so he had a two or three days off so he got on this train and this was quite an offense in South Africa and he got put in jail and he was desperate because he had to get back on the boat, but he got out and on to the boat and went to Australia. And it just happened that he had enough experience with the steel plant to at least talk about steel and he became extremely wealthy and he married a Baroness or something or other, a great socialite in Sydney, Australia and they had one son anyway. But when he died, rather when he died I don't think money came to Miss Kendall, she may have got some at that point, but when the wife died, quite a nice income came from Australia, but by then Katharine was dead and the money was just going into the bank. Miss Kendall had plenty around for her care, but she would have enjoyed the money so much more if she'd had it back then. But the two of them had two trips to Australia, I think two years in succession or maybe a year in between and that would have been when they were well up in their... well, they must have been eighty. I don't know if there was a year in between the trips or not, but the first one was so successful, they took a second one. They did quite a bit of sightseeing in Australia. But it was a very close relationship between them, they fought, they disagreed on things, but were very fond of one another.
Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923, Public Record Office Victoria. Passengers on Runic arriving Melbourne June 1909, Fiche 788, E J Kendall age 20, p7; Robert Reid age 38, p 1; Mrs Mary Reid age 32, p 1.
Mariners and ships in Australian Waters, Runic, Steamship of Liverpool, David Kerr, Master, Burthen 8097 Tons from the Port of Liverpool via Melbourne to Sydney, New South Wales, 26th June 1909. Part transcript: ... Kendall E. J. Passenger Salesman ... Reid Robert Passenger Engineer...Reid Mary Mrs Passenger Wife. State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X259] reel 2046. Transcribed by Dorothy D'Arcy. Full passenger list Online
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No: 25771/1890: Harold W Hoban born 1890 at Newtown, NSW, Parents Daniel and Jane. Reg No: Harold W Hoban married Alma I Wormald in 1921 in the Sutherland district, NSW. Reg No: 7450/1954: Margaret Waddell married Jeffry Joynton-Smith in 1954 at Sydney, NSW.
Reg No: 13568/1932: Daniel Hoban died 1932 in North Sydney NSW, parents Michael and Mary. Reg No: 27361/1950: Harold Waddell Hoban died in 1950 at Chatswood, NSW, parents Daniel and Jane. Reg No: 14529/1903: Alma I Wormald born 1903 at Newtown, NSW, parents George and Margaret.
The Argus, Fri 16 September 1938, p 2. VERDICT FOR DENTIST SYDNEY, Thursday. The hearing concluded in the Jury Court today in the case in which Lionel Anthony Markell Connolly, of Edgecliff, claimed £2,000 damages from Harold Waddell Hoban, dentist, for alleged negligence and unskilful treatment. The jury found in favour of the defendant.
 "Jeffrey Joynton-Smith interviewed by Amy McGrath" National Library of Australia, sound recording, 1980, Transcript Call No: ORAL TRC 808 Online
 "McGill Honour Roll, 1914-1918", Hugh McLennan, Arts 1905-7, (image), McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, 1926.
 "First World War Book of Remembrance", Veteran Affairs Canada, Hugh McLennan Commemoration, p. 26. Online
 "First World War Nominal Roll", Australian War Memorial.
• Hoban, James Daniel, Sgt, Service No. 1785, 16th Rwy Coy, 19 Mar 1917 to 21 Apr 1918.
 'Smith, Sir James John Joynton (1858 - 1943)', Chris Cunneen, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 11, Melbourne University Press, 1988, pp 650-651. Online
 'Brookes, Sir Norman Everard (1877 - 1968)', W. H. Frederick, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 7, Melbourne University Press, 1979, pp 427-428.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 1247: Robert Acton married Jane William in 1864; Reg No 12375: Robert Acton died in 1878.; Reg No 81: Robert Acton died in 1913; Reg No 5194: Benjamin Acton, son of Robert Acton and Jane Williams, died 1936.
 'Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923 for British, Foreign and New Zealand Ports', Public Record Office Victoria, Fiche 43, p 6. Transcript: Robert Acton, adult, immigrated from a British port on Abdalla in July 1853, with Thomas Acton, age 22.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 34336: Cyril Florance MacGillicuddy born 1889 to parents Dan Florance MacGillicuddy and Mary Anne Meaney; Reg No 5124: Cyril MacGillicuddy married Liln May McBride in 1920; Reg No 133: Cyril Florance MacGillicuddy married Liln May McBride in 1939. Reg No 9588: Reginald Patrick MacGillicuddy married Liln Mary HAZELWOOD in 1919 at Melbourne.
Reg No 28550: Francis Grattan MacGillicuddy born 1899, parents Patk and Margt Jane McCusky; Reg No 20276: Jas Regd MacGillicuddy born 1901, parents Pat and Margt Jane McCusky
Reg No 12825: Mary Ellen MacGillicuddy born 1878, parents Daniel and Elizabeth Johnson; Reg No 5940: Margaret Catherine MacGillicuddy born 1883, parents Daniel and Elizabeth Johnson; Reg No 4199: Agatha MacGillicuddy born 1891, parents Elizabeth Johnson
‘Digger Marriage Index Victoria 1921-42’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 133: Cyril Florance MacGillicuddy married Lilian May McBride in 1939. ‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 6217: Daniel Florance MacGillicuddy died 1936 age 72 at Richmond; parents Patrick and Anne O’Halloran. Reg No 9938: Lillian May MacGillicuddy died 1949 age 50 at Hawthorn, parents James McBride and Jessie Kent. Reg No ___: Merna MacGillicuddy died 1942 age 47 at Kew, parents Daniel Florance MacGillicuddy and Marianne Meaney
'Digger Early Australian Electoral Rolls', Vol. 1, 1901. Transcript: MacGillicuddy, Daniel and Mary Ann Florence, 11 Hoddle St, Richmond; MacGillicuddy, Maurice Patrick and Nellie, 324 Church St, Richmond.
'Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923 for British, Foreign and New Zealand Ports', Public Record Office Victoria, Fiche 925, p 4. Transcript: Dr C F MacGillicuddy, age 28, returned to Australia in April 1919 on the ship Balmoral Castle.
 'The AIF Project',
(i) Cyril Florance MacGillicuddy. Date of birth 10 August 1889, Religion Roman Catholic, Occupation Medical practitioner, Address Richmond, Victoria, Marital status Single, Age at embarkation 27, Next of kin Mother, Mrs M H MacGillicuddy, 'The Reeks', 11 Hoddle Street, Richmond, Victoria. Previous military service A A M C Reserve; Enlistment date 8 February 1917; Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll 16 October 1916; Rank on enlistment Captain Unit name Medical Officers; Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A38 Ulysses on 9 May 1917; Rank from Nominal Roll Captain; Unit from Nominal Roll Australian Army Medical Corps; Promotions Captain; Promotion date: 16 October 1916; Fate Returned to Australia 15 February 1918
National Archives Australia, Service records of Cyril Florance MacGillicuddy, Online .
National Archives Australia, AUTHOR Cyril H. MacGillicuddy and Robert E. Jackson : ADDRESS Melbourne : TITLE OF WORK The Call : TYPE OF WORK Musical Work : APPLICANT Cyril H. MacGillicuddy and Robert E. Jackson : DATE OF APPLICATION 29 Sept 1915 : DATE COPYRIGHT REGISTERED 14 Oct 1915 : WORK ENCLOSED? Yes
AUTHOR Nellie MacGillicuddy (Nell Morris) : ADDRESS Melbourne : TITLE OF WORK Ole Dan the Dealer : TYPE OF WORK Dramatic : APPLICANT Nellie MacGillicuddy (Nell Morris) : DATE OF APPLICATION 24 Aug 1931 : DATE COPYRIGHT REGISTERED 28 Aug 1931 : WORK ENCLOSED? [Yes]
AUTHOR Mary MacGillicuddy (Goodie Reeve) : ADDRESS Sydney : TITLE OF WORK Come to My Island : TYPE OF WORK Musical : APPLICANT Hurtle Bracey Croft : DATE OF APPLICATION 2 Feb 1927 DATE COPYRIGHT REGISTERED Not Registered : WORK ENCLOSED? No
(ii) Reginald Patrick MacGillicuddy. Religion Roman Catholic Occupation Medical practitioner Address North Richmond, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 27 Next of kin Brother, Dr C F MacGillicuddy, 11 Hoddle Street, North Richmond, Victoria Enlistment date 27 May 1918 Rank on enlistment Captain Unit name Hospital Transport Corps Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board No 2 Hospital Ship Kanowa on 25 September 1917 Rank from Nominal Roll Captain Unit from Nominal Roll Australian Army Medical Corps Fate Returned to Australia 15 February 1918
(iii) Ernest James Kendall. Regimental number 234 Religion Methodist Occupation Steel worker Address 45 Phillip Street, Sydney, New South Wales Marital status Single Age at embarkation 24 Next of kin D H E Kendall, King's Road, Nova Scotia, Canada Enlistment date 11 August 1914 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name Australian Naval & Military Expeditionary Force (Tropical Unit), B Company AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/112/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A35 Berrima on 19 August 1914 Miscellaneous details (Nominal Roll) Name does not appear on Nominal Roll
(iv) James Charles BENDRODT Regimental number 198 Religion Church of England Occupation Managing director Address Imperial Salon De Luxe, Williams Street, Sydney, New South Wales Marital status Single Age at embarkation 23 Next of kin Mrs Bendrodt, 327 Geubu Street, Victoria, B C Enlistment date 11 August 1914 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name Australian Naval & Military Expeditionary Force (Tropical Unit), B Company AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/112/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A35 Berrima on 19 August 1914 Fate No details of fate entered on Nominal Roll
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery", Daniel MacGillicuddy died about 20 Nov 1902, age 23 (wrongly stated) and was buried at St Kilda Cemetery Roman Catholic Monumental Grave Compt C Grave 158, with wife Mary who died on 7 Jan 1898 at age 53, and Elizabeth MacGillicuddy born about 1856, died 31 Aug 1938 at age 82.
 "State Library of Victoria", Pictures Catalogue, MacGillicuddy, Mrs. Cyril picture by Ruth Hollick. Half-length, sitting, holding baby. Ruth Hollick was a commercial photographer who became famous for her portraits of children. She worked from about 1910, occupying a studio at 167 Collins Street, Melbourne from 1920 to about 1929, and later at Moonee Ponds, Melbourne. Date(s) of creation: [1920-1948] negative : flexible base; 17 x 12 cm. Reproduction rights owned by the State Library of Victoria Accession Number: H2004.61/519 Image Number: mp022012
 'Bendrodt, James Charles (1891 - 1973)', Iain McCalman, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 13, Melbourne University Press, 1993, pp 161-162.
Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923, Public Records Office Victoria, Fiche 817, p 5. Transcript: Mr Jas Bendrodt, age given as 26, arrived in Melbourne Australia from a British port on board Orontes in January 1911. (James Charles Bendrodt turned 20 on June 26 that year).
1901 Canadian Census, 50 Quebec St, Transcript:
01/15/17 Bendrodt, James P., m, head, m, 15 Jan 1859, 41, DEN, to Can: 1878, CE, Mast. marriner.
……Rems: MR: James Peter Bendrodt, 29, r. Victoria, b. DEN, master mariner Prot, s.o. Wm. & Maria mar Emily Caroline Delphina Swanson, 19 y, 4 m, r. & b. Vicotira, Prot, d.o. Capt. John & Katherine, 1 May 1888, Victoria. DRI: James Peter M. Bendrodt, 14 Mar 1903, 44, Victoria.
01/15/18 Bendrodt, Emily D., f, wife, m, 12 Dec 1868, 32, BC, CE.
01/15/19 Bendrodt, Marie, f, dau, s, 20 Feb 1890, 11, BC, CE.
……Rems: RBCR: Bendrodt, Marie Cath. Delphine, 18, 11 Jul 1908, b. & d.Victoria.
01/15/20 Bendrodt, James, m, son, s, 26 Jun 1891, 9, BC, CE.
01/15/21 Bendrodt, Albert, m, son, s, 28 Aug 1893, 7, BC, CE.
01/15/22 Bendrodt, Harrold, m, son, s, 3 Sep 1895, 5, BC, CE.
……Rems: RBCR: Bendrodt, Harold, 29, 23 Jun 1925 at Stewart, b.BC.
01/15/23 Bendrodt, Dagmar, f, dau, s, 8 Jan 1897, 4, BC, CE.
01/15/24 Bendrodt, Valdemar, m, son, s, 19 Jul 1899, 1, BC, CE.
……Rems: RBCR: Bendrodt, Valdemar Frederick, 59, 2 Nov 1958 at Vancouver, b.Victoria.
01/15/25 White, Lilly, f, dom, s, 18 Feb 1876, 25, ENG, to Can: 1894, CE, Domestic.
The Victoria Daily Standard, 1872, Death Notices, Oct 21, at his residence in James Bay, Capt. John SWANSON, in the service of the Hudson Bay Company for 31 years, the last vessel being the ‘Enterprise’. Capt. Swanson was born near Moose Factory in Rupert’s Land.
British Columbia Archives, James Bendrodt fonds Dates: 1895-1903 Record No.: J/G/B43 ; E/C/B43 ; E/D/B43. Bio/Admin History: James Bendrodt was a ship's captain who lived in Victoria, B.C. and piloted ships on Vancouver Island. Scope/Content: The fonds consists of the diaries and journal of James Bendrodt detailing his activities aboard the various ships he commanded. Physical desc.: 5 cm of textual records
Library and Archives Canada, Soldiers of the First World War - CEF, BENDRODT, ALBERT WILLIAM 28/08/1893 180792 RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 638 - 1 2. BENDRODT, HAROLD SWANSON GNR 2139424 RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 638 - 2
 'Pike, James Edward (Jim) (1892 - 1969)', John N. Molony, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 11, Melbourne University Press, 1988, pp 232-233.
 'New Zealand Ice Skating Association 50th Jubilee 1937-1987', 16-18 Oct 1987, History of the NZISA published by Rhona Whitehouse.
 'Australian War Memorial, 1997-2007, Roll of Honour', Lt. Andrew Lambert Reid, AWM 145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army, Online
 'First Australian Imperial Force Personnel Dossiers, 1914-1920, Air Force Service Records, Leslie Herbert Reid: Service No. 714', National Archives of Australia, Canberra, Series No. B2455 Barcode: 8028174. 50pp, NAA Digital Image
 'First Australian Imperial Force Personnel Dossiers, 1914-1920, Military Service Records, Andrew Lambert Reid: Service No. 714', National Archives of Australia, Canberra, Series No. B2455 Barcode: 8025997. 58pp, NAA Digital Image
 'History of 3 Squadron, AFC, RAAF', Neil Leybourne Smith, son of Lieutenant James Leybourne (Lee) Smith, who was a pilot with 3 Squadron, First published as a Video-History in 1980, Online
 'What's What and Who's Who at the World's Greatest Ice Palais', 1940?, Bendrodt, J. C. (James Charles), National Library of Australia Bib ID 61431
 'Nick Possum's Old Sydney Town', Views from the Twentieth Century, Website, Online. The owner caims he found these wonderful images of Central Square (among others) in an old sea trunk in the ceiling of a property he ought in Werrong Lane.
 "Crazy patchwork quilt, 1910, Statement of Significance", Powerhouse Museum Collection, Online. This quilt was brought to Australia from New York in the 1930s. Included in the papers accompanying the quilt was the following note: "This patch-work quilt made by Mrs Juliette M. Babbitt for Mrs Georgia Hunt Murphy is for Georgia Elizabeth, daughter of Robert K Murphy, with grandmother's love and request to treasure it, as also the list of contributors". Georgia Hunt Murphy was a New York socialite who collected the fabrics used in the quilt from her wide range of friends and social contacts; the list of 241 names includes such notables as Buffalo Bill, Lily Langtree and a number of American presidents' wives. The quilt has been treasured by the donor's family who carefully documented its history and have included this information in the gift to the Museum, together with a photograph of Georgia Hunt Murphy.
 'Murphy, Robert Kenneth (1887 - 1972)', Neville Whiffen, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 15, Melbourne University Press, 2000, pp 447-448.
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No: 13383/1915, Robert K Murphy married Gladys R Gray in 1915 at Sydney. Reg No: 4540/1888, Gladys R Gray daughter of William and Cecilia C Gray was born at Balmain in 1888. Reg No: 2635/1887, William Gray married Cecilia C Patrick at Glebe in 1887. Reg No: 49713/1972, Robert Kenneth Murphy son of William Augustus and Georgia, died in 1972 at St Leonards. Reg No: 22276/1954, Robert Kenneth Murphy married Mabel Thelma Patton in 1954 at Chatswood (probably Murphy's son).
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No: 10887, Albert Phillip Enders born 1898 to parents Bernard Enders and Maria Josine James; Reg No: 2780, Bernard Enders died in 1920, parents not stated.
‘Digger Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 10887: Albert Phillip Enders born 1898 at Fitzroy North, parents Bernard Enders and Maria Josine James. Sisters Lillian Rose born 1893, died 1894 Fitzroy North; Irene May born 1894 Fitzroy North; Ruby Kathleen born 1896, Collingwood.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No: 30051, John Grant Gordon born 1893 to parents John Grant Gordon and Jemima Porter. Reg No: 3616, John Grant Gordon, son of John Grant Gordon and Jemima Porter, died 1894 in Victoria. (However, see source 108 which shows death on April 22nd, 1989). Reg No: 9140, John Grant Gordon, son of George Gordon and Annie Grant, died in 1951.
‘Digger Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901’, State Library Victoria. Reg No: ____: John Grant Gordon born 1893 at Carlton. Reg No 3616: John Grant Gordon died 1894, age 4 months, parents John Grant Gordon and Jemima Porter.
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 9140: John Grant Gordon died 1951 age 93 at South Melbourne, parents George Gordon and Annie Grant (db 1858)
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', John Grant Gordon, born 7 Nov 1894, died 22 Apr 1989, age 94, in Victoria and was cremated on 26 Apr 1989. Religion Presbyterian.
 "The theatre: an illustrated monthly devoted to the stage," July 1910, p. 23, Sydney, Illustrations: Portrait. Subject(s): Poole, Dunbar. Abstract/Summary: Manager of the Sydney Glaciarium, on holiday in Switzerland. Brief note. State Library of Victoria, Australiana Index, Call number: LTM 135.
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No: 4571/1911, Robert Croll married Lillian Emily Cary married in 1911 in the Ashfield District of NSW. Australian Electoral Rolls show Robert Croll, Sydney Robert Croll and Lillian Emily Croll all lived in the East Sydney district, sometime between 1901-1936. Reg No: 17183/1877, Robert Croll was born in 1877 at Newcastle, son of Robert and Annie Croll. Reg No: 2630/1867, Robert Croll (Sr.) married Annie Alice Frith in 1867 at Newcastle, NSW. Reg No: P41M2676/1958, Lillian Emily Croll died at sea on SS Orsova i n 1958.
 "Peter Hodge's History Page", 2004, Croll Genealogy, Robert Croll (1837 - 1881), b. 1 May 1837 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland, m. Annie Alice Frith (1846 - 1911) on 1 Oct 1867 in Newcastle, d. 27 Mar 1881 at sea. Children: Alexander William (Will) (1872 - 1954); Robert Charles (1873 - 1875); Robert (1877 - 1948); Frances Annie (1879 - 1881). Robert Croll b. 14 Oct 1877 in Newcastle, NSW; m. Lillian E (Lilly) Cary in 1912 in Burwood, Newcastle, NSW; d. 30 Jun 1948. Child: private. Online
 'Appendices to the Journal of the House of Representatives', New Zealand, AJHR 1876 Section H26 page 19, Return of Wrecks.
 "Minto Skating Club", Web site, History, Online
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No: 7764 John Edwin Goodall, b 1893, parents Charles Goodall and Ada Dougharty. (Brother who died when he was 10 days old, Reg No: 27914 Charles John Goodall, b 1890, Reg No: 13970, Charles John Goodall, died 1890, parents Charles Goodall and Ada Dougharty).
Reg No: 3737 John Edwin Goodall married Vera Frances Crowl in 1916
Reg No: 2983 John Edwin Goodall married Kathleen Fanning in 1926
Reg No: 4883 John Edwin Goodall died 1960, parents Charles Goodall and Ada Dockerty (Dougharty)
Parents Charles Edwin Goodall (1863-1899) and Ada Jessie Dougharty (~1867-1925)
Reg No: 18453 Charles Edwin Goodall born 1863 to parents John Goodall and Mary Gibson
Reg No: 1066 Charles Edwin Goodall married Ada Jessie Dougharty in 1889
Reg No: 3802 Charles Edwin Goodall died 1899, parents John Goodall and Mary Gibson
(Also note different Edwin John Goodall b. 1891, KIA 1 Mar 1918, AIF Project)
Reg No: 2695, John Goodall married Mary Gibson (1840 - 1871) in 1862 and lived at Ballarat, Vic
Reg No: 5553, Mary Gibson, daughter of Thomas and Mary Gibson, 3 children
Reg No: 18453, Charles Edwin Goodall 1863 (above)
Reg No: 13325, Maryann Ellen Goodall 1865
Reg No: ?, Caroline Margaret Alice Goodall 1869
Reg No: 3329 Carol Margt Alice Doon Goodall married Adolphus Alexander Topp in 1894, son of Johann Friedric Topp and Maria Dorothea Sandmann nee Schultz, of Kalkallo and Woolert. Reg No: 6469 Carol Margt Alice Doon Goodall 1869 - 1899 died 1899, aged 30
Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923, Public Records Office Victoria, Fiche 139, p 2, 3. Mary Gibson age 17 and Sydney Gibson age 20 arrived in Melbourne in December 1857 on the ship Almora from a British port.
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Interment records of St Kilda Cemetery, St Kilda, Victoria and Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Clayton Victoria. John Edwin Goodall interred at Springvale Botanical Cemetery 21/04/1960 with Kathleen Ellen Goodall (b. 1 Apr 1903), age 96 who died 17 Oct 1999. Acacia - Rose Tree Garden 1 Bed 1 Rose 12. Charles E Goodall buried at St Kilda Cemetery on 25 Mar 1899, age 35, (Other Denominations) Monumental Grave Comp A Grave 151 with Ada Jessie Goodall on 17 Aug 1925, age 58 and Charles Goodall on 21 Jul 1890, age 10 days (Grave 152).
Possible parents/relatives of Charles Edwin Goodall (see source 114): John Goodall (db. 1831) interred at St Kilda Cemetery on 9 Sep 1915, age 84. Mary Goodall, age 84, buried at St Kilda Cemetery on 30 May 1915 RC Monumental Grave Compt C, Grave 577; possibly Irish-catholic born Mary Gibson although date of service is different to death (source 114).
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 4883: John Edwin Goodall died 1960 age 67 at Brighton, parents Charles Goodall and Ada Dougharty. Reg No 11696: Ada Jessie Goodall died 1925 age 58 at St Kilda, parents John George Dougharty and Matilda Louise Brown.
"Index to Wills, Probate and Administration Records 1841-1925," Public Record Office Victoria, Wills for Ada Goodall (Duogharty) and John Goodall Sr.
 "Proceedings of ANZSI Conference, 1517 March, 2007", 'Indexing theatre programmes', Dennis Bryans, pp. 39-44, paraphrase: Kathleen Fanning was a soprano who later appeared on the stage as Kathleen Goodall. She was a well-known performer whose singing career began with her role as understudy to Gladys Moncrieff in ‘Maid of the Mountain’ and ended with regular performances for ABC radio.
'Darbyshire, Phillip Arthur (Phil) (18981969)', by Mimi Colligan, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 13, Melbourne University Press, 1993, pp 571-572.
'Spivakovsky, Jascha (18961970)', by Catherine J. Stevens, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 16, Melbourne University Press, 2002, pp 288-289.
'Post, Joseph Mozart (1906 - 1972)', by Diane Collins, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 16, Melbourne University Press, 2002, pp 21-22.
 "Rigoletto, Marriage of Figaro, and Aida", National Theatre Company (Melbourne) Grand Opera, 3 Programmes, c.1930’s. Cast includes: Betty Spicer, Betna Pontin, Justine Rettick, Shirley Nicholls, Muriel Howard, Kathleen Goodall, Frederick Collier, Harry Jenkins, Robert Simmons, Neil Dunn, Ian Field, and others. Production held in the Princess Theatre Melbourne, nd. or. cream/red/blue illus. wrappers. cr.4to. pp.8 per programme, all fine. National Theatre Company established 1935. History online.
 "Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-36", John Edwin Goodall had lived in the Balaclava district (St Kilda/ Caulfield) and Henty district (Brighton). After she married, first wife, Vera Frances Crowl, had lived in Balaclava district and Wentworth district NSW, where Leslie and Mireylees Reid had also lived during the same period. Second wife, Kathleen Fanning, lived in Balaclava before she enrolled to vote under her married name. Goodall's mother, Ada Jessie Goodall, lived in Fawkner, where the family of Gordon Langridge later lived, and Balaclava Districts.
 "History of Australian Theatre", Lean Richard website, Online
 "1923 Aston Martin", York Motor Museum, Western Australia, Online
 "Australian Motor Racing Archive", last viewed in November 2008, Online
 "International Genealogical Index", Kathlene Mary Ellen Fanning, Pedigree File Submission Search: 1165036-0506101024122, by Robert Ian Hay-Hendry, PO Box 270 Wyndham, Western Australia 6740; Part transcript:
Kathlene Mary Ellen Fanning b. 1903 Claremont, Western Australia, Parents: Peter Joseph Fanning and Ethel Hilda Victoria Humble b. 8 Jun 1881 Fremantle, Western Australia, d. 10 Dec 1919, m. Fremantle Western Australia, 1902.
Mother's father: Major George Bland Humble, Birth: 22 Dec 1839 Leyburn, Yorkshire, England, Death: 23 Oct 1930 Fremantle, WA, Burial: 25 Oct 1930 Methodist Cemetary, Fremantle, WA. Father: John Humble, Mother: Hannah Johnston. Spouse 1: Elizabeth Bessie Garland, Marriage: 1912 Congregational Church, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia. Spouse 2: Ellen Allpike, Marriage: 18 Aug 1864 Fremantle, West Australia, Australia. Emigration: assisted Migrant sponsored by the Colonial Government; Religious Affiliation: Deacon of the Fremantle Congregational Church; Occupation: 1860 Headmaster, Wesleyan School Marylebone, England; Occupation: bet 1862 and 1863 Headmaster, Greenough Flats Government School Greenough Flats, Western Australia; Occupation: bet 1864 and 1892 Headmaster, Fremantle Boy's School, Fremantle, Wetern Australia; Occupation: bet 1872 and 1892 Town Clerk (part time) Fremantle, Western Australia; Occupation: bet 1892 and 1904 Town Clerk (full time) Fremantle, Western Australia
 The Argus, Thursday 2 July 1931, Melbourne, Transcript: With the formation of a National Council of Ice Skating, embracing the National Ice Skating Association of Australia (the Victorian organisation), and the National Ice Skating Association of New South Wales, one body will now control the sport in Australia. This will mean that the certificates issued in this country will be recognised throughout the world. It has been decided to hold the Australian championships this year at the Sydney Glaciarium in August, after which the championships will be held alternatively in Sydney and Melbourne.
 The Argus, Thursday 2 July 1931, Melbourne, p. 3. "Gala Skating"
 The Argus newspaper Melbourne,
Fri 7 December 1923, p. 2, Gottlieb Kleiner auctions drapery stock, boots and shoes, crockery, fancy goods at Chapel Street South Yarra.
Sat 18 April 1925, p. 27 "Jewellery Firms at Law, Dispute Over Name, Interim Injunction Granted". Gottleib Kleiner appeared before the courts for carrying on business with the same name as Aaron and Rachel Cohen of Middle Park, Victoria. The injuction was granted.
Mon Jun 1st, 1925, p. 1: Death Notices, Transcript: On the 31st May, at his residence, 71 Richmond Terrace, Richmond, Gottlieb Ferdinand Maximillan Kleiner, dearly beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Kleiner, and loving father of Julius Leachen, Gustav and Henry Hans, aged 72 years.
Mon 10 Feb 1930, p. 13: Sporting section, The Turf, Transcript: The Wensum and Mystic Park have changed hands, and both horses ran in the interests of Mr. H. Kleiner of Brighton, at Williamstown on Saturday. Formerly The Wensum was owned by Mr A G Barlow and Mystic Park was raced by Mr C G Brown.
 The Argus newspaper, Melbourne, 21 Dec 1920. Sydney Cold Stores dividend report.
 The Argus newspaper, Melbourne, Wed 9 July 1924, p.10. Transcript: ST. KILDA DEFEATS ESSENDON. Essendon and St Kilda teams met in an ice hockey match at the Gladarium last night. Essendon was represented by Maloney, Kinnear, Donavan, Chapman, Dyer, and Dow (Daw), and St Kilda by R Dixson, Bilsborow, C. D Dixson, Kershaw, Glese, and De Long. Result: St. Kilda, 3 Essendon, 1 goal. Goal-scorers, St. Kilda - R DIxson (2) and Bllsborow. Essendon, Dyer
 The Argus newspaper, Melbourne, Tues 25 July 1922, p 5. (transcript in main body).
The Argus, Wed 26 July 1922. Transcript: Sports at Glaciarium. At the Glaciarium last night the chief item was the hockey match, between teams representing New South Wales and Victoria, which was drawn, neither side scoring. The Men's Half Mile Australian Championship was won in 3min 35sec by T Gibson (NSW) from L Reid (NSW) and E A Collins (Vic). Miss A Abrahams had no difficulty in winning the Women's quarter mile championship. No other starter in this event finished. In the flag (?) race, New South Wales led comfortably for the first three bends, but on the fourth their string fell. Victoria won easily.
The Argus, Mon 3 Jul 1922, p 11. Carnival at Glaciarium. Several hundred skaters in fancy costumes of all descriptions enjoyed themselves on the ice floor of the Glaciarium on Saturday night. Among the spectators was the Countess of Stradbroke. Characters depicting all shades of life were represented, and many matters of topical interest were typified. "Safety Zone", "Sacked General", "Buffalo Tourist" and "Fashions" were agenda attached to the backs of several skaters.The gaiety of the scene was added to by artistic lighting and decorations and the bright music of Miss Currie's band. Prizes were allotted as follows: Best Fancy Dress costume (Ladies) Miss Lamb (Butterfly), 1; Miss Burmeister (Harem Lady), 2. Most Original costume (Ladies) Miss Clendenam (Knitting Cease), 1; Miss Ada Drew (Alice Where Art Thou), 2. Most Original Costume (Gentlemen) Mr A J Smith (Sacked General), 1; Mr S Cherry (Diver), 2. Half-mile Speed Race, Mr Maloney (sic), 1; Mr Langford, 2. ? and ? egg Race Miss Langley, 1; Miss Morton, 2. Hurdle race Mr Langford, 1; Mr G ?, 1.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No: 13673 Leo Regis Molloy b. 1889, Parents Luke Joseph Molloy and Nora Mary Cahir. Parents lived in Darling and Reid districts of NSW (AER 1901-1936); Reg No: 13053 Leo Regis Molloy married Alice Maude WALKER in 1936; Reg No: 690 Leo Regis Molloy d. 1960, Parents Luke Joseph Molloy and Nora Mary Cahir. Molloy lived in Balaclava District of Melbourne (Caulfield-St Kilda) (AER 1901-1936). Reg No 8331: Alice Maude Walker born 1906 at Melbourne, parents Matthew Walker and Maud Youlten.
‘Digger Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901’, State Library Victoria. Reg No: 13677: Leo Regis Molloy born 1889 at Kew, parents Luke Joseph Molloy and Nora Mary Cahir.
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 690: Leo Regis Molloy died 1960 age 70, parents Luke and Norah Mary Cahir.
The Argus, Tue 23 Nov 1926, p 21. NEEDLEWORK EXAMINATION. Head Mistresses' Association. The following names are those of the successful candidates in the Head Mistresses' Association examination in plain needlework. ... Loreto Convent (Portland) ... Grade 1... credit ... K Molloy ... E Molloy.
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Clayton, Victoria, Deceased Index, Alice Maude Molloy (wife of Leo) was buried on 21 Feb 1974 at Roman Catholic - Monumental Compartment M Section R Grave 62.
 The Argus, Mon, August 4th, 1924, p. 6. Transcript: ICE HOCKEY. Contests at the Glaciarium. The ice hockey test matches, between women's teams and men's teams representing Victoria and New South Wales, were played at the Glaciarium on Saturday. These games are annual fixtures. Three tests are played and the team winning the majority of them receives, in the women's competition, custody for one year of the Gower Cup. In the men's section, the trophy is the Goodall Cup, which was presented for competition in 1909 (appears as 1904) by Mr J E (K?) Goodall, and has been held four times by New South Wales and four times by Victoria. It is at present in the hands of the New South Wales Association. The Gower Cup was given by Miss K Goodall almost two years ago. In the men's match, the Victorian's were outclasssed by a heavier, faster and more systematic team. On the other hand, the women of both teams displayed a vast knowledge of the finer points of the game, and provided one of the finest women's matches ever witnessed at the Glaciarium. Victoria one by two goals to one. In the evening, the women were entertained at a dinner at Scott's Hotel. The women's teams were: - Victoria - M Kendall, W Williams, M Maloney, A Wilson, D Callaway, and M Lucas. New South Wales - N. ?, V Kerr, E Wallack, K Lauder, M Gourlay and I Waite. Final scores: - Victoria, 2 goals; New South Wales, 1 goal. Goal-hitters: - Mrs Kendall, Miss Moloney; New South Wales, Miss Kerr. Misses Lucas and Maloney and Mrs Kendall were the most prominent for the winners. On the visitor's side serviceable work was performed by Misses Kerr, Gourlay and Lauder. The men's teams had their first contest in the evening. The teams were: - New South Wales, Point, J Kendall (captain); Cover-point, L. Reid; Centre, J H Pike, Left Wing, G Slade; Right wing, N Turner; Goal, W Cairns. Victoria: - Point, M. Bilsborrow, Cover-point, M. Harris; Centre, K Collins; Left wing, R Dyer; Right wing E Moloney (captain); Goal W Dow. Final scores: - New South Wales won by 2 goals to nil. New South Wales was best served by Kendall who was perhaps the best player of the match, Slade and Pike. For Victoria, Dow in goal was twoer of strength, and saved many possible goals. Dyer, Maloney and Bilsborrow also played well. The trophies will be presented to the winning teams Thursday, prior to the return of the victors to Sydney.
 The Argus, Sat July 31st, 1926, p. 20. Transcript: Ice Hockey. Interstate Championships. Preparations are being made for the Interstate ice hockey championship games in Melbourne and, with the approach of the carnival, increased interest is being taken in the sport and in the selection of the team to represent Victoria against New South Wales. A series of three matches will be played at the Glaciarium, the first on August 7, and the others on August 9 and August 11. The Victorian Team will be selected from the following: - C. Kershaw (St Kilda), E. (F?) A. Collins (Brighton), J. Donovan (Essendon), C. Hayward (Brighton), W. Grier (?) (St Kilda), C. Fox (Essendon), J. Armstong (Brighton), W. Billsborrow (St Kilda), C. M Napthine (Essendon), A. D. Long (St Kilda), and C. Dixon (Brighton). New South Wales will send their representatives to Melbourne for the championships. They are S. Reid (captain), J. Pike (vice-captain), N. Turner, G. Slade, J. Kerr, J. Harriett, T. Wells, T. Gibson, and H. Roth. The ? men who will comprise the team will be selected in Melbourne immediately before each match. A notable absence from the New South Wales team is J. Kendall, who has retired from the game. With the exception of Kenny, the personnel of the New South Wales team is the same as last year, when NSW easily defeated Victoria. Competition matches for the Goodall Cup will be continued at the Glaciarium on Monday night, when Brighton will meet Essendon. Having defeated Brighton last night, St Kilda is at the top of the Premiership list, with Brighton second and Essendon third. The number of points scored by each team is as follows: - St Kilda, 7; Brighton, 3 (?); Essendon, 2. The last round of matches will decide which team will hold the Sutherland Cup.
 The Argus, July 9th, 1931. Transcript: The second series of tests for the Grice cup was held at the Glaciarium last night, and resulted: - Mis D. Tickle, 1; Miss W. Thackeray, 2; Misses K. Magill and V. Pincott (drawn?), 3. At the first Australasian championships to be held in Sydney at the end of August, the competitors from Victoria will be the following: - Dr C. F. MacGillicuddy, Messrs. Frank Mercovich, Jack Gordon and Robert Jackson. The women's team will be represented by Misses Winsome Thackeray, Phyllis Turner, Vera Pincott, and Dorothy Tickle.
 The Argus, Friday, 31 July 1925, p. 4. Transcript: INTERSTATE ICE HOCKEY. Goodall Cup Competition. The Victorian Team to play the remaining three ice hockey test matches against New South Wales will leave for Sydney on Thursday, August 6, and probably will return on Monday August 17. The matches will be played at the Sydney Glaciarium. The Victorian Team, which will be under the management of the Secretary of the Victorian Ice Hockey Association (Mr W. Bannerman) will be chosen from the following: - E J Molony (captain), E A Collins (vice captain), D Armstrong, A De Long, C Dixson, J Donovan, J Goodall, C Kershaw, F Kinnear and M Kendall (McKendall?). Three matches of the series of six for the Goodall Cup, which at present is held by New South Wales, were won by the New South Welshmen, at the Melbourne Glaciarium. As the American sailors are not ice hockey players, it has not been possible, as was intended, to arrange a match between a second Victorian team and a Fleet team.
 The Argus, Monday 11 August 1930, p. 12. Transcript: INTERSTATE ICE HOCKEY. New South Wales Wins. The first of the three hockey matches between Victoria and New South Wales for the Goodall Cup was played at the Glaciarium on Saturday evening, and resulted in a win for the visitors by two goals to nil. The second and third matches will be played this evening and on Wednesday evening. The first puck on Saturday evening was thrown by Miss Gladys Moncrieff. From it the visitors set up an attack which they maintained. They played with splendid combination, while the Victorian team appeared to rely mainly on individual effort, Cullen, making most of the pace in the first half, playing a splendid game, but being poorly supported. The visitors first line of defense was particularly impenentrable, Brown playing a particularly fine game in both attack and defence. The Victorian attacks were generally broken down before the New South Wales goal-keeper was relied upon to do anything, while, at the other end, Darke, in goal, was kept working hard. The two New South Wales goals were scored one in each half, that in the first half being credited to Brown, though only the goal umpire saw it. That in the second half was an entirely individual effort by Gallecher, who took the puck from loose play in the centre. Gallecher was also responsible for saving the position for New South Wales in the only really dangerous attack by Victoria.
 The Argus, Monday 28 Aug 1916, p 10. Transcript: Both floor and seating space at the Glaciarium, despite their extent, were fully engaged on Saturday night, on the occasion of a fancy-dress carnival. Coincidentally, there was the initial Hal des Patineurs in Australia, arranged and produced by members of the National Ice Skating Association of Australia. The interior was beautifully decorated. Lieutenant Keith C. Walker, of the Flying Corps, executed fancy evolutions, Misses M and E. Roche a butterfly dance, Miss V Johnson and Dr C. MacGillicuddy a rag-time two-step, Miss MacGillicuddy, a pas seul, with pierrot ballet, Miss M and Mr R (K?) MacGillicuddy a duo, and Professor and Mrs Jackson a tango exhibition. The prize for the most striking costume was awarded to Miss Hyne (Hoyne?), ("Futurist Pierrot"); Mr R Foster Woods ("Kismet"), 2. Most Original Costume Miss Bone ("Comforter"), 1; Mr H Rush ("Cannibal"), 2. Best Sustained Character Miss Moore ("Persian Dancer"), 1; Miss Seacombe ("Spirit of the Woods"), 2. Boot Race Mr E Donaldson. Professor and Mrs. Jackson, who have been for some time instructors at the Glaciarium, leave shortly for the "Riversdale Drive" rink, New York.
The Argus, Sat 24 Jun 1916, p 24. Advertisement Part Transcript: Glaciarium, Exhibition by Professor and Mrs Jackson, Exhibition by Miss A Abrahams and Professor Hal Jones; Music by Di Gilio.
The Argus Tuesday 1 Aug 1916, p. 4. Transcript: GLACIARIUM CARNIVAL. The fancy dress carnival at the Glaciarium on Saturday night attracted a large attendance of skaters, who wore a great variety of costumes, and a full muster of onlookers. Exhibitions of fancy skating were given by Dr. C. F. Macgillicuddy and Mr. K. C. Walker. A popular item was the tango exhibition by Professor and Mrs. Jackson. A Charlie Chaplin comedy was submitted, and various amusing competitions were decided.
The Argus, 12 July 1919, p. 24. Advertisement, Transcript: The Glaciarium. Real Ice Skating. Grand Exhibition This Afternoon and Evening, by Miss Louise Larsen and Professor Robert Jackson (from America). Prices as usual. Di Gilo's Band.
The Argus, 4 (p.14) and 11 Dec 1919, p 16. Amusements "Theodore and Co" J C Wiiliamson's Royal Comic Opera Company Advertisement, Part Transcript: Theatre Royal, Direction J C Williamson Ltd... Everybody's Raving About "Theodore and Co"... with Florence Young, Maude Fane, Gladys Moncrieff, Theodore Leonard, Leslie Holland, Arthur Stigant, Reginald Roberts... together with... Robert Jackson, Louise Larsson...."
The Argus, 6 Nov 1922. Transcript: "Fools Paradise" will begin a season at the Palace Theatre on Saturday. The picture is a Paramount masterpiece, and the action is laid in France, Mexico and Siam. The story will be amplified by the appearance on the stage of Beatrice Holloway; Eric Harrison, juvenile comedian; Robert Jackson, dancer; Eileen Dunn, and "Dick Dorothy Trio". The box plan will be opened at Allans on Wednesday. (The Dick and Dorothy Trio were brothers and sister of comedian Eric "Mick" Edgley (1899-1967)).
The Argus, 7 Nov 1922, p 16. Long Advertsement with plot outline for the Paramount picture "Fool's Paradise' at the Palace Theatre and embellishing stage play by Robert Greig with Robert Jackson as a principal cast member.
The Argus, 13 Jul 1923. Transcript: Theatricals at the Glaciarium. Among the theatricals who were present at the Glaciarium skating rink yesterday afternoon at the invitation of the management were Misses Gladys Moncrieff, Mamie Watson, Ena Dale, Lorna Pounds, Toots Pounds, May Beatty, Cecil Bradley, Clarice Hardwicke, Mr and Mrs Claude Fleming, Messrs. Mark Daly, Robert Jackson, and Lance Lister. Features of the programme were the exhibitions of fancy skating by Messrs, Robert Jackson, Spencer, and Gordon, and an ice hockey match.
Note: Most were cast members of Tangerine in which Jackson performed: PRINCESS THEATRE Melbourne. Programmes. Tangerine 9th June 1923 Hugh J. Ward’s Company of Comedians. Full-page photo plates, advts, 8vo. pp.16 Mamie Watson, Leyland Hodgson, Mark Daly, May Beatty, Ena Dale and others.
The Argus, 25 Aug, 1923, p. 34. Part Transcript: ... New Princess Theatre, "Tangerine" A fond farewell to all the favourites. Mamie Watson, Mark Daly, May Beatty, Leyland Hodgson, June Roberts, Ireland Cutter, Ena Dale, Robert Jackson...Thirty-six weeks of unparalleled success. Produced by Harry Hall Under the Persoanl Supervision of Hugh J Ward...
The Argus, 10 May 1924. Transcript: ... one hears it said sometimes that the membership of musical comedy companies "never" changes; yet when "Kissing Time" is revived after "The Cabaret Girl" there will be apparently not more than one of the principals of the 1920 cast at the same theatre. The original company included Gladys Moncrieff, Maud Pane, Neil Payne, Theodore Leonard, Leslie Holland, Claude Bostock, Arthur Stigant, Maude Amery, and Robert Jackson.
 "Bobby Dazzler: Celebrating the Helpmann Centenary", 2008-09 Exhibition Brochure, Queensland Performing Arts Centre and the Arts Centre Melbourne.
 "History of Australian Theatre", Lean Richard website. Robert Jackson appeared as a dancer in The Gay Gordons Criterion Theatre, Sydney, 1911; Kissing Time, Royal Melbourne Theatre, 1920 with Louise Larson; and The OBrien Girl, Princess Theatre, Melbourne, 1922-23. Louise Larson also appeared in the Aladdin benefit, Sydney, 1910; The Boy, Theatre Royal, Sydney, 1920. Online Aladdin performance dates in Melbourne and Sydney are in the The Age 13/12/1909 and 20/12/09; The Referee 16/3/1910.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 22629 Robert Edward Jackson was born in 1890 in Melbourne, parents Edward Jackson and Hannah Lewis (only Melbourne birth in timeframe with matching initials; none in Sydney). Reg No 189: Robert Edward Jackson married Louise Elsie Larssen in Melbourne in 1915.
Note: Robert was 22 years-old in Dec 1914 (Vic Immigration), born about 1892, and his father was George E Jackson (Argus, 3 May 1915). The birth record above may be correct if his father's middle name was Edward.
''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 581/1897: Louise E Larson born in Sydney in 1897; parents Lars and Jane Larrson. Reg No 4600/1916: Lars P Larson died 1916 at Lismore, NSW aged 60 years. Reg No 9391/1934: Lars Larson died 1934 at Woolahra, Sydney, NSW aged 72 years.
'Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923 for British, Foreign and New Zealand Ports', Public Record Office Victoria, Fiche 902, Page 10. Transcript: R E Jackson age 22 (db. 1892) and Mrs Jackson age 19 departed a British port on the ship Runic and arrived in Melbourne on Dec 1914. Page 8: G R Jackson age 45 and W J Jackson age 34 were also on board.
The Argus, Mon 3 May 1915, p 1. Marriages. JACKSON-LARSSON. On the 12th April, 1915, at St Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, Church street, Richmond, by the Rev. father W J Lockington, S. J., Robert Edward, youngest son of Mr and Mrs George E. Jackson, "St Helens" Vaucluse, Richmond, to Louise Elsie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lars Larsson, of Daws Point, Sydney. JACKSONKENDELL, On the 17th March 1915, at St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Stanhope street, Malvern, by the Rev Father (A) Moynihan, C.M., George William, eldest son of Mr and Mrs George E Jackson, "St Helens", Vaucluse Richmond, to Ruth Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Edgar Kendell, of Carlton.
The Argus, Wed 28 Mar 1945, p 10. ROBERTSONJACKSON. Margaret Louise, daughter of Mr and Mrs H D Robertson, of 30 Tennyson st., Elwood, to George Edgar Patrick Jackson, elder son of Mrs R M Jackson of Hartpury, Milton st., St Kilda and Mr G W Jackson.
'Lockington, William Joseph (18711948)', G. J. O'Kelly, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, pp 128-129 and 'Mannix, Daniel (18641963)', by James Griffin, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, pp 398-404.
Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Deceased Register, Louise Elsie Jackson died in 1958 and was interred at Springvale Botanical Cemetery in Clayton Victoria on 10 September 1958 (Boronia Wall Niche L 92).
The Incredible Band of John Philip Sousa, 2006, by Paul E. Bierley
State Library of New South Wales, 2007 Call No PXE 935, Presented 2002. Robert Jackson - photograph album, news cuttings album and ephemera items, ca. 1910-1940s, presented by Melbourne photographer, C J Frazer. Robert (Bobby / Bobbie) E. Jackson, professional ice skater, pantomime dancer, and musical comedy actor was born in Australia (thought to be from Sydney). Jackson performed in Australia, America, and South Africa. He died in London in 1955. -- Reference: ML 885/03 1. Photograph album (195 photographs) : Postcards, snapshots and professional photographs recording places visited, friends and images of theatre productions (chiefly Melbourne productions photographed by C.J. Frazer), ca. 1918-1940s 2-33. Loose photographs: includes group portrait of the Victorian Ice Hockey players in 1910; portraits of Robert Jackson; with dancing partner Louise Larsson; cast from "Puss in Boots panto 1914"; portraits of Mamie Watson (by Romney Studios, Sydney), Enid Lowe and George Neil 34.
News Cuttings album: newscuttings relating to Robert Jackson's career, theatre programmes, and various ephemera items including photographs, ca. 1916-1930s Theatre Programmes: 35. 1917-18. Season at the New York Hippodrome 36. June 1920. J.C. Williamson "A Pageant of Empire" & "Kissing Time" at Her Majesty's Theatre, Sydney. Souvenir programme in honour of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. 37. Nov 1920. J.C. Williamson "The Boy" at Her Majesty's, Melbourne 38. 1923. Hugh J. Ward "The O'Brien Girl" at The New Princess Theatre, Melbourne. 150th performance souvenir programme. 39-40. Hugh J. Ward "Little Nellie Kelly" at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Adelaide; "Tangerine" at the New Princess's Theatre, Melbourne 41. 1936. La Fiesta, Ice Carnival at the Sydney Glaciarium, programme Journals: 42-43. Ice Skating in Australia Vol.4 No.9, Aug 1931 and Vol.V No.1, May 1932 44. Glaciettes Vol.14 No.15 July 1937 45. Loose ephemera items including postcards and dinner menu for the Victorian Ice Hockey players, 1910
 The Argus, 1 Jun 1945. Part Transcript: Company Meeting. Glaciarium has Successful Season. Moving adoption of the report and balance sheet at the annual meeting of Glaciarium Ltd yesterday, Dr C F MacGillicuddy, chairman, said: "The season was a financial success and on a par with the preceeding year...Revenue showed an increase of approximately 2,000 pounds in admission fees and hire of skates..."
 The Argus, 18 Sep 1931. Part Transcript: Tennis Player Killed. Motor Car Strikes Tree. Early Morning Accident. Reginald James MacGillicuddy, bank clerk, aged 29 years, of Wellington Street, Kew.
 The Argus, 8 May 1925. Transcript: Glaciarium Opens. More than 4,000 people witnessed the opening of the Glaciarium on Wednesday night, while about 1,000 skaters skimmed over the ice, under a brilliant canopy of amber lights. Dr C F MacGillicuddy gave a demonstration of figure and free skating, while Professor Enders and Miss Sadie Cambridge, featured the Swiss Death Swing in their exhibition of fancy and acrobatic skating.
The Argus, 4 May 1924, p32. Advertisement. Part transcript: Mr A Enders and Miss Sadie Cambridge, Australia's Most Graceful Skaters, will give an entirely New Exhibition at 9 pm this evening.
The Argus, 5 Sep 1923, p.24. Advertisement. Part transcript: Ice hockey tonight at 10.10pm. Tomorrow (Thursday, Sep 6), 5-11, Fancy Dress Carnival. The Carnival of 3,000 lights. The Glaciarium will be beautifully decorated for this occasion. Exhibition skating by Mr A Enders and Miss Sadie Cambridge, Miss Lena Uksila and Partner, and a number of prominent Sydney skaters who are coming over especially for the carnival.
 Victorian Bowling Association, Presidents's Trophy, season 1915-16. Image held at Richmond Library. The winning team is shown gathered under a verandah, with their bowling balls and hats. A small head and shoulders portrait of a man is undernerneath the larger image. The notes on the backing sheet housed with the image read: '1915-1916 Richmond bowlers. J.Loughnan, was the father of Cr. Jim Loughnan. Both were mayors of Richmond in their time. T.G.Forbes was a leading Richmond estate agent. The firm is still trading in Richmond under the same name.' The label at the top of the image reads: 'Victorian Bowling Association. President's Trophy. ~Season 1915-16'. The label underneath the image reads: 'Won by Richmond Union Bowling Club' and the following names are listed: 'J. Bunce, J. Pilbeam, W. Cuddon, J. Loughnan, A. Wintle, W. Bleach (C), Dr. MacGillicuddy (C), T. G. Forbes. Beneath the small portrait is the name 'Geo Collopy (Sec?)'.
 The Argus Wed 11 April 1923 p. 8 DEFECTIVE COLD STORAGE. £1,516 Damages Awarded. Claiming £1,516/12/ for damage alleged to have been caused to poultry, owing to defective or careless storage, Lewis Raphael of Brunswick and Melbourne, proceeded against the Melbourne Ice Skating and Refrigerating Co. Ltd. The action came before Mr. Justice Mann, in the Bank Court yesterday, and, although a defence had been entered, there was no appearance of the defendant company. It was alleged that after the poultry which Raphael had sent to the defendant company had been in store for some time, it was discovered to be badly affected with mould, and, as a result, became useless. Evidence was called to show that the presence of mould indicated an absence of reasonable care. Judgement was entered for the amount claimed with costs. Mr. Ah Ket (instructed by Messrs. W. Pembrey and ?) appeared for Raphael.
The Argus Thur 26 April 1923. MELBOURNE ICE SKATING AND REFRIGERATING CO. LTD. (In Liquidation). PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TENDERS will be invited, 1. The PURCHASE as a Whole of the PROPERTY Known as the GLACIARIUM, Situate 10-30 City Road, South Melbourne (just over Prince's Bridge), Including LAND, BUILDINGS, REFRIGERATION and ICE-MAKING PLANT, ICE-CREAM PLANT, and ICE SKATING RINK 2. Or Alternatively, The Purchase of the LAND and BUILDINGS ONLY. Further particulars from PERCY WATSON, A.I.C.A., Liquidator. Glaclarlum, tel. 9258.
The Argus Thur 7 Jun 1923. Glaciarium Sold. Property Realises £35,800. On March 28 last the Melbourne Ice and Refrigeration Company Limited went into voluntary liquidation. Yesterday afternoon, acting under instructions from the liquidator, Bailieu Allard Pty Ltd, offered for sale by auction the Company's property in City road, South Melbourne, known as the Glaciarium, together with all plant and fittings, as a going concern. The land has a frontage to Bright Street. Apart from the main building there are engine and machinery rooms. The bidding commenced at £25,000 and after a brisk contest, the property was finally sold to Cameron, Sutherland and Seward Pty Ltd for £35,800. At the time the company went into liquidation the cause was stated to be the falling off in revenue from the storage plant from £10,000 per annum to £1,500. The liabilities amounted to £38,000 (?) and the building, plant and machinery originally cost £70,000. Approximate Area 26,000 Square Feet Land Measures 217ft. Frontage, by Depth of 289ft, and 100ft. to Bright Street at Rear.
The Argus, Thur 10 Dec 1925, p 9. ICE SKATERS TO MEET. A meeting of ice-skaters will be held at the Playhouse on Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock. The future of ice-skating in Melbourne will be discussed, and an effort made to form a new company strong enough to provide it's own ice-skating rink.
The Argus, Dec 16 1925, Transcript: Ice Skating, New Glaciarium Needed. As the proposed sale of the Glaciarium threatens to deprive skaters of their recreation in the winter of 1926, a meeting was held at the Playhouse last night to consider what precautions should be taken to ensure proper facilities for ice skating next winter. It was stated that it was very probable that the Glaciarium would be sold before the end of the year, and the building converted for some other class of entertainment. It is thought that it will be possible to obtain from the new proprietors a lease of the premises for the 1926 season, but it will be necessary to find a new rink in 1927. For this purpose an option is held of a site in Toorak Road, South Yarra. The estimated cost of a new rink is between £40,000 and £45,000. Adequate financial support for this proposal has been promised and it is expected that a company will be formed shortly to build a new rink. At the meeting last night, the following committee was appointed to make arrangements for the provision of facilities for ice skating next winter: - Dr C MacGillicuddy and Messrs F Turner, J G Beaver, H W Allen, J Williams, K Gardner, H Goldman, J Telfer, M Peck, A de Long, C Langley and H Kendall. Mr L R Molloy was appointed Secretary to the committee, and a guarantee of £1,000 was given by the meeting to cover necessary expenses.
The Argus, Tue 11 Jan 1927 p 2. Part Transcript: Glaciarium Ltd tender advertisement for repairs to roofing and drainage system and interior and exterior painting. Plans and specs at the office of the secretary, 2nd Floor, Altman's Building, 82 Elizabeth street Melbourne... L R Molloy, Secretary
The Argus, Thu 13 Jan 1927, p 15. THE GLACIARIUM. New Company Formed. Having obtained from the Metropolitan Gas Company a five years' lease of the Glaciarium building, in City road, South Melbourne, Mr. L. R. Molloy has formed a new Ice skating company, to be known as The Glaciarium Limited. Mr. Molloy, who has been manager of the Glaciarium for several seasons, has been engaged as managing director and secretary of the new company for the period of the lease. This season was one of the most successful in the history of the Glaciarium. The season will open in May, and in the interval it is proposed to install new and up to date refrigerating machinery, and to renovate and redecorate the building.
The Argus, Feb 28, 1931. Glaciarium Sold. The Glaciarium, 16 City Road, South Melbourne, has been acquired by Glaciarium Ltd, which has held a lease of the property since 1926. The property was owned by the Metropolitan Gas Co. The price paid by the purchasers has not been disclosed. The sale was made through Messrs. Sydney Arnold, Best and Co.
The Argus, Mon 11 Apr 1932, p 3. The flooding of the ice-skating rink at the Glaciarlum was completed last week and on Thursday the new electrical refrigerating plant will be set in motion. The season will open on April 21 and the skate master is now in daily attendance.
The Argus, Wed 13 Apr 1932, p 15. Ice Skating Plant at Glaciarium. The new electrical refrigerating plant which has been installed at the Glaciarium will be opened officially at half-past 12 o'clock tomorrow. The new machinery replaces that which has been used for more than 25 years. The Glaciarium will be reopened for ice skating on Thursday, April 21.
 The Argus, 19 Sep 1923, p. 20. Transcript: Carnival at the Glaciarium. More than 1,000 skaters attended a carnival held at the Glaciarium last night in aid of the Queen Victoria Hospital appeal for 30,000 pounds. Clever exhibitions of skating were given by Mr J G Gordon (Victorian Champion), Mr A Enders and Miss Sadie Cambridge, Mr J E Goodall and Miss Lenna Ukeila, of New York, and her partner. Among the items were a black and white ballet, gracefully presented by a party of eight young men and girls, a toboggan race, a potato race, and a chair race, which caused much excitement. It is expected that a substantial profit will be realised.
 The New York Times, Nov 3rd 1918, Part Transcript: Skaters to Help Drive. Elaborate Entertainment Planned for Iceland Rink on Nov 11. The ice skaters are among the first to announce a big event for the benefit of the War Sports Drive. At a meeting of representative amateur skaters held in the Biltmore Hotel, plans were completed for the most elaborate skating entertainment ever held in this city... at Iceland Rink, Broadway and Fifty-second Street. All the leading professional skaters in the vicinity have volunteered to appear, including.... Paul Wilson and Miss Lena Uksila.... (Uksila later gave an exhibition at Melbourne; see source 146).
 The Argus, May 3rd 1918, Transcript: The ice skating in Melbourne was opened at the Glaciarium yesterday evening. The skating surface was comfortably filled, and, in addition, there were hundreds seated around it who had come only to look on. Among the skaters were Mr Dunbar Poole, an American expert who has been engaged by the management; and Mr Claud Langley, well-known to patrons at the rink, who has just returned from two years active service. Mr Poole will give exhibitions of fancy skating on Saturday afternoon and evening.
 AIF Project. Website. Service record for Claude Charles Leadbetter LANGLEY. Regimental number 5617. Date of birth 25 September 1884. Place of birth Darjeeling, India. Religion Church of England. Occupation Farmer. Address Murrumbeena, Victoria. Marital status Married. Age at embarkation 31. Next of kin Mrs Lily Langley, Coongal Road, Murrumbeena, Victoria. Enlistment date 11 February 1916. Rank on enlistment, Private, 24th Battalion, 15th Reinforcement. AWM Embarkation Roll no: 23/41/4, unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A9 Shropshire on 25 September 1916. Rank from Nominal Roll: Private, 24th Battalion. Returned to Australia 30 January 1918. Date of death 3 September 1949.
Edgar John Flynn Langley (Edgar F D LANGLEY), Religion Church of England Occupation Accountant Address 114 Goulburn Street, Hobart, Tasmania Marital status Married Age at embarkation 37 Next of kin Wife, J M Langley, 114 Goulburn Street, Hobart, Tasmania Enlistment date 18 March 1915 Rank on enlistment Major Unit name 13th Light Horse Regiment, Headquarters and Machine Gun Section Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board A34 Persic on 28 May 1915 Rank from Nominal Roll Captain Unit from Nominal Roll 13th Light Horse Regiment Recommendations (Medals and Awards) Mention in Despatches Awarded, and promulgated, 'London Gazette', second Supplement, No. 30448, 28 December 1917; 'Commonwealth Gazette' No. 57, 18 April 1918. Recommendation date: 20 September 1917 Bar to DSO DSO awarded in the South African War. Recommendation for Bar to DSO altered to Mention in Desptaches: awarded, and promulgated, 'London Gazette' No. 30706, 25 May 1918; 'Commonwealth Gazette' No. 165, 24 October 1918. Recommendation date: 12 October 1917 Fate Discharged 16 January 1919 Miscellaneous details (Nominal Roll) *Stated to be Edgar John Flynn Langley on NR Medals Croix de Guerre (France) Source: 'Commonwealth Gazette' No. 23 Date: 12 February 1919
National archives of Australia, Service Record 5617, Pte Claud Charles Leadbeater Langley Online
National archives of Australia, Service Record 5617, Major Edgar John Flynn Langley, 13th Light Horse, Online 1 | 2
Bengal Marriage Index 1860-73, by Pat Page and Cathy Day, supplement (L, part 2), 31 Mar 2004, Transcript: Langley Phillip R. to Rowett Frances 1865 , Vol 111 , Fol 221. Rootsweb post Online
 Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923, Public Records Office Victoria, Fiche 298 p2. Transcript: Immigration from a foreign port on the ship Cloncurry arriving Melbourne in February, 1895: PHILLIP LANGLEY, age 58, and wife, aged 44, with children: Minnie aged 22; Edgar aged 16; Vyvyan aged 12; Claud aged 10; Ernest aged 8; and Kathlin aged 7.
The Argus, Sat 18 Nov 1922, p 17. Langley (nee Verna Smith) On the 5th November at Luinda (?) private hospital, the wife of Ernest Langley, Griffiths street, Caulfield a daughter (Joan Marie).
The Argus, Wed 16 Nov 1921 p 9; Thu 23 Mar 1922, p 8. Burnley Horticultural C C Langley, egg-laying competitions.
 The Argus, Aug 6th 1915, Ice Skating Carnival. An ice skating carnival in aid of the Victorian Red Cross Fund for Australian Sick and Wounded Soldiers, was held last evening at the Glaciarium, which was decorated to represent a snow scene. Nearly 1,000 skaters took part in the carnival, and all parts of the building available for spectators were crowded. Costumes of the countries of all the Allies, and of nearly every period in British history, were worn on the ice. The prize for the best fancy dress went to Miss Stirling. An exhibition of fancy skating was given by Miss Williams and Mr Dunbar Poole; and Mrs Jackson, assisted by Messrs. Langley and Jackson, gave a display of acrobatic skating. The following is a list of the various prizewinners: Advertisement Costume Mrs Judge, Military Dress Mr Patterson; Winter Costume Miss Sheeney; Original Costume Mr Collier; Comical Character Mr Sloan; Flossy Snowflake Miss Webb.
The Argus, Sat 14 Aug 1915, p 18. NATIONAL FUNDS. THE RED CROSS. THE VICTORIAN APPEAL FOR AUSTRALIAN SICK AND WOUNDED. The contributions received yesterday by the hon. treasurer (Mr. John Grice, Metropolitan Gas Company) for the Victorian Red Cross Fund for Australian Sick and Wounded amounted to £2,037/11/7, and brought the total to £105,420/-/5. The principal contributions were a further instalment of £1,000 from the employees of the Victorian Railways, making their total contribution to the fund to date £7,000, and £1,000 as the first instalment of the "Australia Day" carnival at Yarrawonga. A cheque for £115/17/0 was received from the ABC Amateur Race Club, Rankine, Northern Territory, representing half the proceeds of the third day's racing at the clubs annual meetings, and the Mebourne Ice Skating and Refrigerating Company Limited remitted £70/6/2 as the proceeds of the Glaciarium ice skating carnival on August 5.
 The Argus, Aug 26th, 1918. Transcript: The fancy dress carnival at the Glaciarium on Saturday night attracted a large number of ice skaters and a much larger number of onlookers. In addition to the fancy dress display, were exhibitions of Continental pair skating by Mr and Mrs Ramsay Salmon, and International free skating by Mr Dunbar Poole, in which pirouetting on one and both feet was warmly applauded, and of particularly graceful skating by Messrs Dunbar Poole and Langley. A number of competitions were held, including the fancy dress display, for which prizes were awarded as follows: Most striking costumes Mrs Salmon; Most Original Ladies Costume first, "Expeditionary Mail" and second, "Camouflage" (Miss D. Callaway); most original gentlemans's costume, "Departed Spirits," Mr E Murphy; best untailored costume "Henpecked," Mr Beer. During the evening skating prizes were also presented to the following: Miss Doris Armytage, Ladies championship of Australia; Miss Doris Armytage, Sir John Grice's trophy for free skating (to be won three years consecutively); Miss G Riley and Mr Hal Jones, 16-step competition; Mrs Thompson and Mr G Langridge, waltzing; and Misses M and E (K?) Roche, pair edge skating.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 20539: Claude Chas Leadbeater Langley died in 1949 in Melbourne, son of Richard Langley and Frances Rowett.
 The Argus, Sat 3 April 1926, p.11, Marriage Notices, Transcript: GOODALLFANNING On the 23rd of February, at Melbourne, John E, son of the late Dr Charles and Mrs Goodall, of St Kilda, to Kathleen, daughter of Peter Fanning Esq. (W.A.)
 The Argus, Wed 8 Sep 1915, p 10. Obituary, "The Death of Mr John Goodall". (Transcript in main body).
 The Argus, Wed 26 Nov 1930, p 15. Transcript: J C Williamson Ltd announce two more engagements for the pantomime "The House That Jack Built," which will be staged at the Theatre Royal on December 30. These are Roy Rene and Miss Kathleen Goodall. Mr Rene is already well-known to Melbourne audiences by his appearances in vaudeville, comedy, and musical comedy. Miss Goodall, before her marriage to Mr John Goodall, the well-known stock and sharebroker, was well-known in J C Williamsons Ltd productions as Miss Kathleen Fanning.
 The Argus, Friday 24 Sep 1920, p 9. Headline: NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS. HUGE EXTENSIONS PLANNED. Outlay of £3,500,000. (Full copy at link from main body).
The Argus, Sat 8 May 1915 p 16. Part Transcript: Full particulars of the terms on which the 300,000 pounds of 6 per cent debentures are to be offered by the North Broken Hil Ltd to provide funds for the acquisition of an interest in the Broken Hill Associated Smelters Proprietary Ltd, are contained in the prospectus.... the whole issue has been underwritten by Messrs F L and C Bailieu ... with others, including John Goodall and Co....
 The Argus, Sat 28 Jul 1923, p 30. Transcript: Skating Expert Arrives. Miss Lena Uksila, described as the woman champion ice skater of the world, has come from the Hippodrome, New York, under engagement to give exhibitions of fancy and trick skating, and also to be attached to the instructional staff of the Glaciarium. Miss Uksila, who arrived by the Sydney Express yesterday, was met by members of the National Ice Skating Association of Australia, and a large number of enthusiasts. Exhibitions will be given by Miss Uksila at the afternoon and evening sessions today.
 Brisbane Courier, newspaper, Brisbane, Australia, Apr 24th, 1888, p.5. "Roller Skating." See image link "Plimpton and Aginton" of the biography of Robert E Jackson in main document.
 The Argus, Fri 21 Jan 1916, p 6. Transcript: The Trustees, Executors, and Agency Company Limited of 412 Collins Street, Melbourne, has paid probate duty amounting to £16,596/8/10 on the estate of the late John Goodall of Grey Street, St Kilda. The net value of the Victorian estate as passed for duty is £205,498.
The Argus, Fri 3 Dec 1915, p 6. Transcript: The Trustees, Executors, and Agency Company Limited of 412 Collins Street, Melbourne, is applying for probate of the will of the late John Goodall of Queen street, Melbourne, gentleman, who died on September 7. The assets in Victoria on which probate duty is payable are valued at £196,980, consisting of £6,400 realty, and £190,580 personally, which is bequeathed to testator's daughter and grandchildren, subject to the payment of small legacies. There are also assets in New South Wales and South Australia.
The Argus, Thu 9 Sep 1915 p 1, Transcript: GOODALL The Funeral of the late Mr JOHN GOODALL will leave his residence, "Stradbrook," 63 Grey Street, St Kilda, THIS DAY (Thursday, September 9) for St Kilda Cemetery at 3.30 o'clock. APPS and SONS Undertakers, High street, St Kilda.
The Argus, Mon 16 Jul 1917, p 11. Transcript: The death has occurred of Mrs Elizabeth Goodall, a well-known resident of Soldiers Hill, at the age of 88 (?) years. Mrs Goodall had lived in Ballarat for over ? years.
The Argus, Tue 5 Aug 1919, p 6. Transcript: The Old Exchange. When the Old Exchange, just purchased by the Commonwealth Bank, was opened in 1880, after being remodelled and largely rebuilt, the members of the Exchange were as follows: Messrs. A F Clarke, C E Clarke, E R Cropper, J E Dobson, E B Firebruce, John Goodall, J Hansen, John Hindson, John Hood, F W Howard, William Noall, S Shepherd, James Smith, Joseph Thompson, F Wallen, John Watson, J B Were, F W Were, D Wilder, and H Wolfe. It is believed that only two out of the twenty Messrs John Watson and F W Were are still alive.
'Digger Early Australian Electoral Rolls', Vol. 1, 1901. Goodall, John, 63 Grey St, St Kilda, Roll 1375. Ada Jessie Goodall, Dickens Street, St Kilda. Charles Goodall, Learmonth, Laanecoorie, Learmonth Subdivision (also Andrew Reid).
Melbourne Mansions Database, Miles Lewis, Melbourne University Archives, Sydney Arnold & Co real estate leaflet collection, book Feb 1918 - Feb 1920, p 74. Auction 8 Oct 1918 leaflet a/c J E Goodall, 'Risdon', 62 Alma Rd, St Kilda, north side between Crimea St and Chapel St. Largish single storey villa with canted bay window and verandah, possibly the same house with additions shown on the 1873 Vardy plan 1NW lot 259. Now demolished. [Images: MU Archives, Sydney Arnold & Co real estate leaflet collection, book Feb 1918 - Feb 1920, p 74. 'Risdon', 62 Alma Rd, largish single storey villa with canted bay window & verandah, possibly the same house with additions shown on the 1873 Vardy plan 1NW lot 259.]. Note: formerly the home of John Goodall's aunt Caroline and her husband Adolophus Topp and son John Desmond Topp who lived there in 1916 (AIF Project record below).
AIF Project, John Desmond TOPP Regimental number 22247 Religion Church of England Occupation Student Address 'Risdon', Alma Road, St Kilda, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 18 Next of kin Father, A Topp, 99 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria Enlistment date 8 January 1916 Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll 19 January 1916 Rank on enlistment Bombardier Unit name Howitzer Brigade 23, Battery 109 AWM Embarkation Roll number 13/133/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A7 Medic on 20 May 1916 Rank from Nominal Roll Gunner Unit from Nominal Roll 7th Field Artillery Brigade Fate Returned to Australia 1 July 1919.
Melbourne Mansions Database, Miles Lewis, 71 Grey St, St Kilda (built 1872, Architect Sydney William Smith, west side approx mid way bet Fitzroy & Neptune Sts. Vardy plan as annotated by Raggatt shows it to be immediately south of 'Eildon'. MMBW ref.) Owners: Moore, Thompson, MLA Bruce, John M Goodall, John. Argus, 4 June 1872, p 3 - SWS tenders for large 2 st brick res &c in Grey St for Thompson Moore, MLA (S&M 1877 TM, Grey St (west side approx mid way bet Fitzroy & Neptune Sts) Nigel Lewis, St Kilda Conservation Study, p 122. TS Note: This house, and the neighbouring house of Gavin Shaw, was built on the site of 'the ancient and admirable Swiss cottage' described in the auction notice for the sale of 'Barham House' qv. Identified in Raggatt, 'St Kilda', as 1873 Vardy plan, 4 W W, lot 34. Argus, 24 Oct 1885, p 14. Sale of furniture of J M Bruce, who is about to leave the premises, at his residence 'Stradbroke', Grey St, St Kilda. S&M 1885 Bruce, John M, Grey St [west side, to the immediate south of J L Currie. S&M 1893 Goodall, John, 63 Grey St [west side immediately to the south of J L Currie].
The Prahran Telegraph, Saturday 27 October 1917, p 3 Transcript: Social Events. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodall have taken "Risdon," Alma road, St. Kilda, which was formerly the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Merson Cooper.
 The Argus, Fri 29 July 1921, p 5. Metropolitan Gas Company. Strike Causes Losses. Issue of Debentures. Shareholders Critical. Discusses issue of 500,000 pounds worth of debentures, advised by Goodall and Co.
 The Argus, Fri 19 Aug 1932, p 6. OBITUARY. It is with regret that we announce the death at his home in Tintern avenue, Toorak, early yesterday morning of Mr. William Hammond Clegg, who for many years had been a partner in the firm of John Goodall and Co., stockbroker. Mr. Clegg, who was aged 75 years, became suddenly ill after a short visit to the city on Sunday. Mr. Clegg was born in England, and he came to Australia when aged 14 years. For some years he was a member of the Victorian public service, and he occupied the position of secretary to the board of examiners of engine-drivers when the gold-mining industry was active. Mr. Clegg joined the firm of John Goodall and Co 44 years ago. He devoted his energies to the development of the business and had few outside interests. He was a member of the Athenæum Club, the Victoria Racing Club and the Victorian Amateur Turf Club. He married the daughter of the late Mr. John Goodall, founder of the firm of John Goodall and Co., who survives him. He also leaves three married daughters:- Mrs. Harold Hall, who has lived for some years in England; Mrs. Simon Fraser, and Mrs. Edward Bruce Yencken. The funeral will take place at the Fawkner Cemetery this morning, the arrangements being in the hands of A. A. Sleight Pty. Ltd.
 The Argus, Tues 4 August 1925 p.20. Social Events. Naval Reception for visiting American war ships at St Kilda Town Hall, with Prime Minister Stanley Bruce and Norman Brookes.
 The Argus, 14 May 1919, p 8. Transcript: The funeral of the late Mr Simon Fraser at the Brighton Cemetery yesterday morning was largely attended by family friends and old school fellows. The pallbearers were Mesrs. W L Baillieu, MLC Russell Grimwade, M G Robb, F V Willis, John Goodall, E Cresswell, Professor Lyle, and Captain Rupert Wertheim. The Old Melburnians Society was officially represented by Messrs. A S Austin and W R Grey Smith (ex-presidents), and R W E Wilmot (hon. sec). A short service at "Norla," Irving Road, Toorak, the residence of Sir Simon Fraser, was conducted by the Rev Dr Marshall and the Rev W Borland officiating at the graveside. The funeral arrangements were carried out by A A Sleight.
Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923, Fiche 6, p 1. Public Record Office Victoria. Immigrated from a foreign (non-British) port on Aurora in February 1853: John J and W S, age 18; Malcolm age 28; and Simon age 21.
International Genealogical Index, Latter Day Saints, Submission AF91-105929 by Beverly Haarmann McMinn, Omaha, NE. Family of William Fraser (17601828) born Beauly, Inverness, Scotland.
 The Argus, 8 Sep 1930, p. 14. Transcript: Ice Skating Championships. The National Ice Skating Association of Australia announces the following results of championship fixtures for the 1930 season at the Glaciarium: Amateur championship, Mr J G Gordon; women's champioship, Miss M Peck; waltzing championship, Miss W Thackeray and Mr Cyril F MacGillicuddy.
 The Argus, 9 Jul 1931, p 10. Transcript: Ice Skating. The second series of tests for the Grice Cup was held at the Glaciarium last night and resulted: Miss D Tickle, 1; Miss W Thackeray, 2; Misses K Magill and V Pincott (equal), 3. At the first Australasian championships to be held in Sydney at the end of August, the competition from Victoria will be the following: Dr C F MacGillicuddy and Messrs. Frank Mercovich, Jack Gordon, and Robert Jackson. The women's team will be represented by: Misses Winsome Thackeray, Phyllis Turner, Vera Pincott, and Dorothy Tickle.
The Argus, 18 Aug 1931 p8, Ice Skating Championships. Under the auspices of the National Ice Skating Association of Australia (V) the annual ice skating championships were held at the Glaciarium. Results were as follows: Open Championship of Victoria Mr J G Gordon; Waltzing Championship Dr C F MacGillicuddy and Miss Thackeray; Pair Skating Championship Mr R E Jackson and Miss A Maxwell; Pair Edges Comp. Mr Chapman and Miss Lindgren; Waltzing Competition Mr A Huckle, Miss K Magill. 14-step Comp. Mr Finn and Miss Scott. Grice Cup Miss D Tickle. The following have been chosen to represent Victoria in the australian skating championships in Sydney next week: Messrs J G Gordon, F Mercovich, R E Jackson, and Dr MacGillicuddy, and Misses D Tickle, W Thackeray, P Turner, and A Maxwell.
 The Argus, 10 Aug 1926, p 7. The increasing popularity of ice hockey was shown by the large attendance last night at the Glaciarium, where Victoria met New South Wales in the second of a series of three games to decide the championship. The attendance was officially stated to be 4,000 people. Alterations had been made to the Victorian team, which was not chosen until immediately before the game. Fox and Callaway displaced Donovan and Geise in the first six and the team was placed as follows: Left defence, Dixon; right defence, Fox; left wing, Callaway; right wing, Kershaw (captain); centre, Collins; goal, de Long. The New South Wales team was: Left defence, Gibson; right defence, Wells; left wing, Raith; right wing, Turner; centre, Pike (captain); goal, Barnett. The Victorian relays were Donovan, on the left wing, and Geise at right defence. In the second half, Kerr and White replaced Wells and Raith in the New South Wales team. The game opened at a fast pace, and Fox, showing good speed, soon justified his inclusion. The New South Wales team, however, showed superior system and for most of the first half had Victoria defending. De Long was conspicuous, stopping several hard shots, and, although the visitors were hitting straight and hard, they were unable to score for some time. A pass from Barnett to Wells led to the first goal for New South Wales, a fast shot and just beating de Long. Wells scored the second goal a minute later, and the half ended with the scores 20 in favour of New South Wales. Victoria attacked from the opening of the second half, but could not pierce the visitors' defence. Several times good opportunities were spoiled by poor shooting for goal, and there was little team work. When the play went to the other end the Victorian players crowded the game, and time after time the puck went out to a waiting New South Wales player. Wells was hit in the face, but recovered after a few moments and resumed playing. Geise and de Long worked hard, and prevented any further score, but the Victorians were unable to make up the deficit. The final scores were New South Wales, 2 goals; Victoria, nil. Goal-hitters: New South Wales, Wells (2). Best Players: New South Wales, Wells, Turner, Pike, Barnett. Victoria: Fox, de Long, Dixson, Geise. By winning this gae the New South Wales team retained the Goodall Cup, which they have held for several seasons. In spite of this, a third game will be played tomorrow night at the Glaciarium when Victoria will make another attempt at Victory.
 The Argus, 8 Aug 1930, p 14. Transcript: Wireless Broadcasting Programmes. 3AR ... 8.30 Ice hockey from the Glaciarium (20 minutes).
 The Argus, Mon 27 Aug 1923, p 5. Transcript: Interstate Ice Hockey. New South Wales Defeats Victoria. SYDNEY, Saturday The first of three test ice hockey matches to determine the holders of the J. E. Goodall cup at present held by Victoria, was played at the Glaciarium this evening, between teams representing New South Wales and Victoria. After a fast and exciting struggle, the home players were victorious by 6 goals to 3. The attendance was about 2,000. New South Wales attacked and after a few minutes of play, Kendall beat Dow, the Victorian goalie, with a lightning shot. This he repeated shortly afterwards from a pass by Reid. The visitors were back on the defensive and Dow had a strenuous time repelling constant attacks. After three successive shots at goal, Pike eventually scored, and the tally at half-time was New South Wales 3, Victoria, nil. The latter made the pace after resuming, but did not score. Pike, playing a brilliant game for New South Wales, placed another goal to his credit. Collins then scored first goal for the visitors. Kendall responded with two more goals in quick succession. Collins raised the hopes of the Victorians by scoring twice, but the effort was too late, and after Reid had scored again for New South Wales, the final figures were 6 to 3. The matches will be continued on Monday and Wednesday night.
The Argus, Tues 28 Aug 1923, p 13. Transcript: ICE HOCKEY TESTS. SYDNEY, Monday.- New South Wales defeated Victoria tonight, in the second ice hockey test match, by 2 goals to 1.
The Argus, Thu 30 Aug 1923, p 4. Transcript: SYDNEY, Wednesday.-The third ice hockey test match tonight between Victoria and New South Wales ended in a draw, both sides scoring 4 goals. Molony obtained 3 goals for Victoria.
 The Canberra Times, Wed 20 July 1949, p 4. Transcript: MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Jaroslav Drobny, the Czechoslavakian Davis Cup team player, has been offered a job in Australia by Melbourne Glaciarium. The offer, which was made three weeks ago through an Australian friend of Drobny, is for a position on the staff at the Glaciarium. Drobny has played international hockey for Czechoslavakia for 10 years and his experience would be invaluable to members of the Glaciarium team.
 The Canberra Times, Wed 10 March 1937, p 4. Transcript: ICE SKATING. LONDON, Monday. The Australian, K. G. Kennedy, today won the British Amateur indoor mile ice skating championship on Harringay Rink, thus retaining the title which he held in 1935.
 The Canberra Times, Monday 20 February 1939, p 1. Transcript: ICE SKATING CHAMPION LONDON, Sunday. The ice skating champion, Megan Taylor, has departed for a tour of America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
 The Argus, Tue 16 Aug 1932, p 10. Ice Skating Championships. In the Victorian Open ice-skating championships, J G Gordon, the holder, defeated the challenger F Mercovich by a small margin. Miss W Thackeray, the only competitor for the women's championship, had to skate against a set standard and, satisfying the judges, was awarded the championship. The Pair skating championship was won unchallenged by Miss R Maxwell and R E Jackson. In the waltzing championship, R E Jackson and Miss P Turner had strong competition, but gained the verdict. The holders, Dr C F MacGillicuddy and Miss W Thackeray, did not enter for the championship. The Australian championships will be held tonight and Thursday and and Saturday of next week.
 The Argus, Thu 23 Sep 1926 p16. Glaciarium Sold. Gas Company Pays £45,000. Possible "Sky-scraper" area. Full transcript at link in main body (L R Molloy).
 'Grice, Sir John (1850 - 1935)', by Judith Tyers, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 9, Melbourne University Press, 1983, pp 105-106; and 'Grice, Richard (1813 - 1882)', by J. S. Legge, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 4, Melbourne University Press, 1972, p. 300.
'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 23453: Thomas Gerald Grice born 1883 in Melbourne to parents John Grice and Mary Ann Power. Reg No 14140: Unnamed Female born 1885 at Melbourne to parents John Grice and Mary Ann Power.
The Argus, Sat 3 Aug 1929, p 8. Transcript: T G Grice Scholarships. The Thomas Gerald Grice scholarship is open for competitive examination, to be held on November 5 and 6. The scholarship was founded by Sir John Grice in memory of his son, Thomas Gerald Grice, senior major in the 1/4 Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, who was killed in action in France on June 15, 1916. Tenable at Geelong Church of England Grammar School, Corio, for three years, it covers all school fees, both tuition and boarding, with fixed charges. It is open to the sons of commissioned officers of the British or the Australian Army or Navy who were killed or died on active service in the war. Candidates must be under 14 years of age on July 1 of the year in which they compete. Allowance will be made for age. Applications for entry should be made to the head master of the Geelong Church of England Grammar School, Corio.
"Officers Died", Web site, memorials and information about British and Empire Forces officers, South Africa 18991902, Part transcript: GRICE - Lieutenant George - 2/Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Wounded at Tweefontein, 25th Dec. 1901. Died next day. Aged 21. Born January 1879. He was buried at Culloden Farm at Elands River Bridge, but his remains were moved to Harrismith cemetery in 1958-1959. Online
The Argus, Tue 20 Jun 1916, p 4. Mr John Grice was informed by cable from England yesterday that his youngest son, Captain Thomas Gerald Grice, of the 2nd Scottish Rifles, had been killed in action in France. Some years ago Captain Grice obtained a commission in the British army, but subsequently returned to Australia settling on his station, Moorakyne, In- verell (NSW). At the outbreak of war he returned lo England and rejoined his old regiment. It is about 12 years since Captain Grice resided in Victoria. At the conclusion of a scholastic career in Melbourne he visited England for the purpose of completing his education, and it was during that visit that he first became associated with the Scottish Rifles. His widow is at present resident in England. Captain Grice was the second son of Mr. John Grice to give his life in his country's cause, his eldest brother having made the supreme sacrifice during the Boer war.
'Digger Early Australian Electoral Rolls', Vol. 1, 1901. John Grice cnr. Domain Road and Walsh Street, South Yarra. Mary Ann Grice "Arnside", Domain Road, South Yarra.
 The Argus, Tue 13 Feb 1917, p 6. New Year Honours. Australian Recipients. Mr John Grice Knighted. Copy in main body.
The Argus, Sat 3 Dec 1932, p 4. Obituary for James Grice, brother of Sir John (copy at link "James Obituary" in Sir John Grice biography).
The Argus, Mon 23 Sep 1929 p 10. Country Women's Association. Exhibition by the Victorian branch reporting Hilda Grice as handicrafts and home industries committee chairman and the Lady Mayoress (wife of Harold Luxton) as Management Committee member.
The Argus, Tue 15 Jan 1924 p 9. Part transcript. Back Home Again. Well known Melbourne business men who returned by the Osterley yesterday were Sir John Grice (right), who had a year's holiday in Great Britain and Europe; and Alderman W W Cabena....
 'Digger Early Australian Electoral Rolls', Vol. 1, 1901. Transcript: Molony, George, 110 King St, Melbourne, Roll 666, Melbourne, Lonsdale Subdivision
 'Melbourne Argus Birth Index 1914-31', Transcript: MacGillicuddy, Barbara Anne, 1927 11 12, father Cyril F MacGillicuddy, Peter John, 1931 01 31, father Cyril F
 Stonnington History Centre, Prahran, Victoria, Online
Local History Catalogue Record 1 of 5 Registration number: 6328 (Prahran : PN) Format: Newspaper Articles Title: [advertising] Newspaper Title: Prahran Telegraph Date: Sep 6, 1913 Subjects: Skating Description Ice skating on wheels Names: South Yarra Skating Rink Storage Location: Archives (bound vol.)
Local History Catalogue Record 2 of 5 Registration number: 7556 (Prahran : PH) Format: Video recordings Title: South Yarra: Skating rink destroyed by fire Approx Date Made: 1914 Subjects: Films / Ice skating / Fires Description Copy of news reel film footage of the destruction by fire of the South Yarra Ice Skating Rink in Yarra Street History: Original film held by Screensound, the National Screen and Sound Archive (#66828). Copy not held by this archives. Names: South Yarra Ice Skating Rink / Yarra Street Storage Location: ScreenSound Australia
Registration number: 7103 (Prahran : PH) Format: Photos Title: [View looking south from the Yarra] Approx Date Made: 1915 Subjects: Ice skating / Views / Brickworks Description View looking south, showing Claremont Street, Yarra Street, Almeida Crescent, Daly Street, the nursery (later Cunningham's Dairy) on rise in left foreground, the former brickyards, the swamp which later was used as the Melbourne High School sports ground, Read's (on horizon), and the slum houses of Daly Town. The long white building is probably the ice skating rink. The large chimney (centre left hand side) is probably part of the cable engine house. History: One of a series of 11 photos (#7094 - #7104) taken from the (Richmond) Yarra bank in the vicinity of the old electric power station east of the Cremorne railway bridge. The original photos are not held by the archive - they were offered for copying only by an anonymous person. Collectively the photos cover 360 degrees. In attempting to date the photos, Betty Malone has noted the following features: (1) Read's store, cnr Chapel and Commercial Road, built 1914; (2) Alexandra Ave (Chapel St - railway bridge extension) constructed c.1914; (3) appears to be before the electricification of the railway service in 1916 and the construction of the new South Yarra station buildings
 The Argus, Wed 7 July 1915, p 8. Part Transcript: "Your Mates Are Calling" Recruiting Meeting Disturbed. .... the recruiting meeting held in the South Yarra Skating Rink last night... Sat 31 July 1915 p 19 "Picture Theatre, Salon de Luxe (South Yarra Skating Rink) Plain and fancy dress ball in aid of Australian wounded soldiers. Mon 22 Nov 1915, p 6. South Yarra Pictures ... Mr Victor Upton Brown ...will open the building formerly known as the South Yarra Skating Rink as a well-equipped photo-play house.
 ‘Digger Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 189: Doris Mostyn Armytage born 1894 at Armadale, parents George Herbert Armytage and Amelia Fanny Tyler.
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 23172: Doris Mostyn Armytage died 1946 age 61 at Healesville, parents George Herbert Armytage and Amelia Fanny Tyler. Reg No 12158: George Herbert Armytage died 1925 age 65 at Armadale, parents Charles Henry Armytage and Caroline Morrell Tuckwell. Reg No 10813: Amelia Fanny Armytage died 1955 age 93 at Melbourne, father John Charles Tyler.
'Armytage, Charles Henry (18241876)', by J. Ann Hone, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 3, Melbourne University Press, 1969, pp 51-52.
'Armytage, George (17951862)', by P. L. Brown, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 1, Melbourne University Press, 1966, p. 27.
The Argus, Sat 18 Oct 1924, p 34. Social Events. Golf Gymkhana at Sandringham. Part transcript: ...special appeal made by Mrs James Gatehouse on behalf of the Victorian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, of which she is president... (and) also president of the Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Flower stall ... Mts Russell Grimwade, Miss Linda Inglis, and Mrs J A MacLeod were responsible for the beautiful display...Miss Elsie Grice sold sweets... the guessing competition was supervised by Miss Aline McLaughlin and Miss Doris Armytage. The Appeal resulted in more than 400 being obtained. Among those who competed for the prizes were...Mrs Simon Fraser...
The Argus, Mon 21 Dec 1925, p 1. Deaths. Armytage. On the 11th December, at Yaralla, St George's road, Toorak, George Herbert, second son of the late C H Armytage, of Como, South Yarra. (Privately interred 19th December).
Courier (Hobart, Tas.) Wed 14 Aug 1850, p 2. Part transcript: MARRIAGE. On the 1st instant, by the Rev. A. Morrison, JOHN ROUT, second son of Henry Hopkins, Esq., Hobart Town, to ELIZA ANN, eldest daughter of George Armytage, Esq., Barwon Terrace...
'Hopkins, Henry (17871870)', by Christine Walch, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 1, Melbourne University Press, 1966, pp 552-553.
AIF Project, Service Record 21992, Gerald Mostyn ARMYTAGE. Religion Church of England, Occupation Farmer, Address St George's Road, Toorak, Victoria, Marital status Single Age at embarkation 19, Next of kin Father, G H Armytage, 'Yaralla', St George's Road, Toorak, Victoria, Enlistment date 3 Feb 1916 Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll 14 Feb1916 Rank on enlistment Gunner Unit name Howitzer Brigade 23, Battery 107 AWM Embarkation Roll number 13/133/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A7 Medic on 20 May 1916 Rank from Nominal Roll Gunner Unit from Nominal Roll 8th Field Artillery Brigade Recommendations (Medals and Awards) Military Medal Work on 29 May 1917. Recommendation date: 10 June 1917 Fate Returned to Australia Medals Military Medal 'On the 29th May, 1917, whilst the Battery position was being heavily shelled ammunition hit one gun pit and the camouflage covering caught fire. This man assisted to put out the fire thereby saving serious loss in ammunition in that pit and possibly in others, if the camouflage had not been extinguished at once.' Source: 'Commonwealth Gazette' No. 219 Date: 20 December 1917
'It's An Honour: Australia Celebrating Australians' web site, Australian Government, 2009, Gerald Mostyn Armytage. Award: Military Medal 16 August 1917
 'A Place of Sensuous Resort: buildings of St Kilda and their people.' St Kilda Historical Society. Elwood House, 28, 30 and 30A Vautier Street, Elwood. Online
 'Re-member: a database of all Victorian MPs since 1851', Dougharty, John George. Online
 The Argus, Thu 26 Aug 1915, p 8. Transcript: The death is announced this morning of a very old Victorian resident, Mrs Dougharty, widow of the late Mr John George Dougharty, MLC. Mrs Dougharty, who was 85 years of age, was a native of Dublin. She arrived in Sydney when only 7 years of age. She had resided at Elwood for over 60 years.
 The Argus, Sat 27 Dec 1930, p 4S. Part Transcript: Kings of the Pens. Personalities of Old Newmarket by L T Luxton.... The dominant personalities of the old Newmarket saleyards of half a century ago and their prodigious feats of auctioneering and counting and buying are retold today in tones of admiration.... in a talk with Mr Harry H. Peck, the doyen of the salesmen there.... Suave and smooth, a polished old Irish gentleman, Mr John George Dougharty, was said to have kissed the "Blarney Stone" more than once. He had a silver tongue, and he was noted as the best blood horse auctioneer of those days...
 NSW Electoral Rolls, 1917, Division of Newcastle. Transcript: Kendall, Ernest James, Criterion Hotel, Newcastle, Steelworker, M. Hilda Margueritte, Criterion Hotel, Newcastle, Home Duties, F
 ‘Digger Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 22482: Lucy Merrilees Reid born 1896 at Portland, parents Henry Newman Reid and Lucy Marsden. Reg No: 4446: Andrew Lambert Reid born 1866 at Richmond, parents John Reid and Mary Ann Merrilees.
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 2960: Henry Newman Reid (Jr) died 1942 age 50 at St Kilda, parents Henry Newman Reid and Lucy Marsden.
 The Argus, Mebourne, Sat 15 May 1920, p 18. Transcript: The Melbourne secretary to Sydney Ice Skating Rink and Cold Storage Company Limited advises receipt of a telegram from the head office that the company is to be reconstructed. From the contents of the message it is understood that the capital is to be £200,000, divided into 300,000 shares of £1 each, 150,000 shares to be issued to the existing holders of the 75,000 shares of £1 now issued by the present company, thereby providing two shares of £1 each for each one now held, 50,000 shares to be held in reserve for future issue. The dividend declared is an interim one of 1/- per share, and is the same as the interim dividend paid last year.
 The Argus, Mebourne, Thu 21 May 1925 p 12. Transcript: Professional Ice Skaters. Passengers on the staemer Mooltan which reached Melbourne yesterday were Mr H W Witte and Mr H Nicholson, professional ice skaters, who are under engagement to the Glaciarium companies in Melbourne and Sydney. Mr Witte will open with an exhibition of ice-skating at the Glaciarium on Saturday evening. He has been acting as instructor in ice-skating at the Grand Hotel, St Moritz, Switzerland, for about 15 years. He considers that his chief work will be the teaching of the amateur skaters of Melbourne. Mr Nicholson, who is going to Sydney, is a native of Minnesota, United States, and has also had experience at St Moritz, where he acted as instructor for some months each year.
The Argus, Mebourne, Mon 25 May 1925, p 14. Transcript: Skating at Glaciarium. After a successful season on the rinks in Europe, Howard Nicholson and Henry Witte made their first appearance at the Glaciarium on Saturday night. Both artists, who won considerable renown abroad as exponents of skating, arrived this week in Melbourne by the s.s. Mooltan. A large and appreciative crowd at the Glaciarium was greatly entertained by the excellent exhibitions of skating which each man gave.
The Argus, Mebourne, Tue 26 May 1925, p 16. Transcript: Champion Ice Skaters. Clever Feats at Glaciarium. An exhibition of ice skating was given at the Glaciarium last night, before several thousand people, by Messrs. Howard Nicholson and Hans Witte. It was a graceful and clever display. Mr Nicholson, described as the champion skater of the world, will leave tomorrow to fulfil an engagement with the Sydney Glaciarium. Last night, he performed sensational spiral spins, and leaps executed after speed bursts apparently free from all exertion. With evidence of a wonderful sense of balance, he glided silently over the ice, turning this way and that, changing nimbly from one leg to the other, and reversing his direction when a serious fall seemed inevitable. Mr Witte, who was announced as the champion skater of Europe, was escorted onto the ice by an attendant, and at first pretended to known little about skating. He soon made it evident, however, that he is most proficient. He even leaped over a number of barrels placed side by side on the ice. Mr Witte will act as instructor at the Melbourne Glaciarium throughout the season.
 'Allen, Horace William (1875-1949)', by K. C. Wheare, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 7, Melbourne University Press, 1979, pp 44-46.
 The Argus, Mebourne, Sat 13 Apr 1929, p 17. Transcript of caption to photograph: Presentation of University Blues. Mr H W Allen, vice-president of the Melbourne University Sports Union (on the right), yesterday presented the "blues" to selected athletes in the Wilson Hall. Next to Mr Allen is the secretary of the union (Mr E C Crawford).
The Argus, Mebourne, Tue 2 Apr 1918, p 4. Transcript: Rowing. The Melbourne University Boat Club elected the following officers at the annual meeting; Patron, Canon Girdlestone; president, Mr H W Allen; vice-presidents, Professor K W Skeats, Mr L A Adamson, Mr Charles Donald, Mr J L Doubleday, Mr J H S Cochrane, Mr T Crosthwaite; captain C S Wood; vice-captain, K Abernethy; hon. sec. J H S Jackson; hon treasurer, John Lang; auditor, Mr E D Ulrich. The Trinity, Ormond and Queen's college students' clubs and the non-collegiate members of the boat club have yet to appoint their representatives on the committee.
The Argus, Sat 4 Apr 1925, p 31. Mount Feathertop. Part transcript: Winter Sports Facilities. Ambitions for Development. ,,, A project for the development of Mount Feathertop as a tourist resort and a ground for all kinds of winter sports was placed before the Minister for Public Works (Mr Goode) yesterday by a deputation which included the provisional directors of a proposed new company, the object of which will be to build a chalet and provide the necessary adjuncts for the sports ... Mr H W Allen (National Ice Skating Association of Australasia) described the winter sports at St Moritz, in Switzerland, and said that the company aimed at imitating the facilities there as far as possible. There would be skiing, tobogganing, ice skating, curling, ice bowls, and many other different pastimes... (Full copy of original article at "Feathertop Proposal" link in biography of George David Langridge).
 'Journal of the Australian War Memorial', Issue 30, April 1997, H.W. Allen's 'Xenophon's Greek diggers' by CARL BRIDGE and IAIN SPENCE, Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of New England, New South Wales. Online
 The Argus, Thu 9 April 1925, p 4. Transcript: Yachting. Bona Leaving For Sydney. Mr H B Howard Smith's yacht Bona will leave the Yarra this morning for Sydney, and will have a crew of eight. She will be in the charge of Captain J R Ditreitch, who will be assisted by five amateur and two paid hands. The amateurs are Messrs. Elwood Huon, H Hoyne, and J Goodall and two of the Royale's crew, Messrs. Arthur Peck and G. Soilleux. It is not intended to try to make a record passage, but to take advantage of fair winds and fine weather. The yacht carries enough benzine for practically two days going full speed with her Daimler engine.
The Argus, Thu 16 Apr 1925, p 4. Transcript: Yachting. Bona at Eden. Eden (NSW), Tuesday: Mr H B Howard Smith's cruiser-yacht Bona, of the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria, which left Port Phillip for Sydney on April 9, with an amateur crew, consisting of Messrs. Elwood Huon, H Hoyne, J. Goodall, Arthur Peck, and G. Soilleux, and two paid hands, is anchored here waiting for wind.
The Argus, Fri 24 Apr 1925 p4. Yachting. Bona's Trip to Sydney. (Copy at link in biography of John Goodall.)
The Argus, Tue 28 Dec 1926, p8. Luxurious Motor-yacht. Image (included at 'Bona' link in biography of John Goodall).
The Argus, Thu 19 Jul 1945, p 6. Transcript: Death of Mr Peck. Architect and Yachtsman.
The Canberra Times, Fri 14 Jun 1935, p 6. Octogenarian Learns To Fly. Melbourne, Thursday. To prove that age is no bar to an air pilot's certificate, Arthur Peck, well-known Melbourne yachtsman, at 80 years of age, has learned to fly.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 10008: Harry Bellingham HOWARD-SMITH died 1935 in Melbourne, parents Wm Howard Smith and Agnes Rosa Allen; Reg No 11738: Agnes Rosa HOWARD-SMITH died 1902 in Melbourne, father Chas Bruce Allen.
''Springvale Botanical Cemetery,' Clayton, Victoria, Deceased Index,St Kilda Cemetery, WILLIAM HOWARD SMITH Date of Service 23/03/1890 Age 76; AGNES R SMITH Date of Service 16/09/1902 Age 82; both burials; Church of England- Monumental Grave Compt A Grave 271.
 'Smith, William Howard (1814 - 1890),' by G. R. Henning, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 6, Melbourne University Press, 1976, p. 161.
 'Smith, Edmund Edmonds (1847 - 1914),' by Martha Rutledge, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 11, Melbourne University Press, 1988, pp 637-639.
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery,' Clayton, Victoria, Deceased Index, Harry Bellingham HOWARD-SMITH. Date of Service 11/11/1935 Age 74 Burial at Church of England - Monumental Grave Compt A Grave 270. ANNABELLA HOWARD-SMITH Date of Service 20/06/1918 Age 62 Burial at Church of England - Monumental Grave Compt A Grave 269.
 "The Ships List," 1997-2007, The Fleets, Howard Smith Ltd, Melbourne. Part transcript: Captain William Howard Smith sailed into Melbourne from Hull in 1854 on the s/s EXPRESS and commenced regular voyages between Melbourne and Geelong, but returned to England in 1861. He returned to Launceston in 1864 with his family and then operated a regular inter colonial passenger and cargo service between Melbourne and Sydney. By 1868 services were extended to Newcastle and in 1880 regular services operated to Maryborough, Adelaide, Brisbane and Rockhampton. Coastal routes rapidly expanded until 1947 when the company's involvement in the inter colonial passenger trade ceased. In 1961 the Melbourne Steamship Co. was taken over by Howard Smith. The company was also heavily involved in the towage, salvage and stevedoring industries. Howard Smith withdrew from the traditonal shipping business in 1996 and from the towage industry in 2001 and the company was taken over by Wesfarmers Ltd., Perth. Includes a list of over 100 ships in the company's known fleet. Online
The Fleets, Currie Line, Melbourne. Part transcript: Formed in 1853 when Archibald Currie acquired a quarter share in the brigantine ELIZABETH and later bought a majority share. Initially traded on the New Zealand coast and then to China. In 1860 Currie bought the barque RIALTO in partnership with T. E. Boyd to carry prospectors to the Port Curtis goldfields. The fleet rapidly expanded and traded to the west coast of North America, India and Japan, but the partnership between Currie and Boyd ended in 1873. In 1885 the company purchased their first steamship, the BUCEPHALUS to operate between Melbourne and Calcutta and the last sailing ship was sold in 1889. Involved in trooping to South Africa during the Boer War. In 1913 the company and fleet were sold to British India Steam Navigation Co. Note: Lists 19 sailing ships and 10 steamships owned by the line, including Isabella built 1862, 256-ton brig; 1864 purchased from A. McMillan, PEI, 1870 sold to Grice, Sumner & Co., Melbourne.
 Deleted. Corrected by Mike O'Shaughnessy 2010-11 on correct lineage of Annabella Rutherford m. Walter S. Howard Smith not Harold Bellingham Howard Smith.
 Deleted, op cit.
"Newspapers in New Zealand," by Guy H Schofield. Part transcript: "James Snyder Browne (widely known in New Zealand journalism as 'Snyder')... J. S. Browne lived for some years in Brazil, arrived in Hobart in 1843 and was first in a newspaper office at Launceston. He contributed to the Port Phillip Patriot an account of a voyage in the ship 'Mary Ann'. About 1858 he was reporting on a paper at Corio (Geelong). He also had experience as an auctioneer and as a steam boat proprietor. Coming to New Zealand in the early 1860s he was active in several provinces..."
 See, for example, The Argus, Fri 22 Nov 1918 p 4; The Argus Fri 23 Dec 1921, p 4.
 The Argus, Thu 17 Jun 1915 p 8. Part transcript: Wounded Soldiers. Appeal By Lady Stanley. A Hansome Offer .... Yours for Howard Smith Limited, H B Howard-Smith, Chairman of Directors.
 The Argus, Fri 26 Sep 1924, p 12. Part transcript: SOCIAL EVENTS. Skating Carnival. With ineffable grace and admirable skill a flight of golden and silver white butter flies darted and swooped, swerved and pirouetted on the ice at the Glaciarium last night, in the ballet produced by Mr A Enders and Miss Sadie Cambridge, in the course of which these two artists gave an exhibition which expressed the poetry of motion as only the expert skater can interpret it. Those who took part in the ballet, including the two professionals, were four young girls, Corona Shepherd, Joy Taylor, Leslie Davis, and Ivy Holmes, Mrs Rogerson, Miss Stella Braithwaite, Mrs Mullett, Miss Dina Callaway, and Mrs Simon Fraser and Miss Hilda Grice. The performances of the two first-named girls, who opened the ballet, and of Mrs Fraser and Miss Grice, were especially beautiful. Intricate figures and movements were accomplished with consummate ease, and the whole thing was a delight to watch. Later in the evening an exhibition of ten-stepping and waltzing was given by Miss Cambridge and Mr Enders, which further demonstrated their mastery of the art. The occasion was the fancy dress ball which each year marks the approach of the end of the skating season and the ice was thronged with quaintly attired and gorgeously captivating figures, many of them appearing strikingly incongruous in their surroundings.... [rest indecipherable]
The Argus, Sat 16 Aug 1924 p32. Advertisement. Part Transcript: Glaciarium Ice Skating...Special Exhibitions today, Professor Spencer at 4 pm. Mr A Enders and Miss Cambridge at 9 pm. Fancy Dress Carnival and Butterfly Ballet (Arranged by A. Enders). Saturday August 23, 1924. Members of Ballet: Corona Shepherd, Leslie Davis, Ivy Holmes, Joy Taylor, Nancy Madden, Stella Braithwaite, Joy Mullett, Dina Callaway, Annie Rogerson, Addie Shackell, Fillie (Billie?) Fraser, Hilda Grice, Sadie Cambridge, Albert Enders. A Galaxy of Talent and Beauty....
 AIF Project, William Bannerman, Regimental number 3122, Religion Presbyterian, Occupation Engineer and laundry manager, Address South Yarra, Victoria, Married, Age at embarkation 43, Next of kin Wife, Mrs Lisette May Bannerman, 'Braemar', 132 Toorak Road, South Yarra, Victoria. Enlistment date 5 October 1916. Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll 28 September 1916. Rank on enlistment Private, 59th Battalion, 8th Reinforcement AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/76/4 Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A7 Medic on 16 December 1916. Unit from Nominal Roll 15th Field Ambulance Fate Returned to Australia 17 June 1918
 The Argus, Melbourne, Sat 23 Aug 1930, p 25. "Ice Hockey: the fastest game on earth," by L T Luxton. Important historical document. Full copy at link in Ted Molony biography.
 The Argus, Melbourne, Mon 20 Apr 1931, p 10. Music at Glaciarium. Mr Frank Bladen, a former member of the Pavlova and Gilbert and Sullivan orchestras, has been engaged to direct the orchestra of the Glaciarium. The Glaciarium will be opened to the public next Monday.
The Argus, Melbourne, Sat 25 Apr 1931, p 10. Glaciarium Season Opens. About 5,000 skaters accepted the invitation of the proprietors of the Glaciarium last night to attend the opening of the season. Several leading amateur skaters gave exhibitions. The professional engaged are Henri and Heta Witte. The musical director will be Mr Frank Bladen,
 The Argus, Melbourne, Mon 11 Jul 1932, p4. Part Transcript: ICE HOCKEY. The most exciting ice-hockey match of the schools competition this year was played at Melbourne Glaciarium... on Saturday morning when Melbourne Grammar School defeated Scotch College by two goals lo one...
 The Argus, Melbourne, Mon 27 Jun 1932, p8. Transcript: Ice Hockey at Glaciarium. At the Glaciarium this evening the senior grade ice hockey match between Brighton and Essendon will be played. On Saturday morning Scotch College defeated Wesley in the second match of the public schools competition. The annual sports night will be held on Wednesday evening, when the Victorian speed championships will be conducted.
The Argus, Melbourne, Mon 18 July 1932, p 8. Transcript: Ice Hockey at Glaciarium. Ice-hockey is especially popular this season at the Glaciarium. Special training has been provided for the Victorian team by Mr Henry Witte, who last winter trained the successful Oxford rink team in England. The interstate competition will begin this winter at the Glaciarium on Saturday, July 30. A senior grade ice-hockey match will be played this evening at the rink.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Children of Luke Joseph Molloy and Nora Mary Cahir born in Victoria: Reg No 287: Gerald John born 1885; Reg No 20921: Francis Joseph born 1887; Reg No 13673: Leo Regis Molloy born 1889; Reg No 24412: Wilfred Lawrence born 1891; Reg No 23783: Mary born 1893; Reg No 30438: Kathleen born 1895; Reg No 15345: Eileen born 1899; Deaths in Victoria: Reg No 180: Gerald died in 1885; Reg No 8917: Eileen died in 1956; Reg No 690: Leo Regis died in 1960; Reg No 2462 : Francis Hilary died in 1966; Reg No 28189 Mary died in 1967.
The Argus, Tue 3 Apr 1923, p 3. Part transcript: Country News. Ballarat and District. At the annual reunion of the Redan old scholars, an enlarged photograph of Miss Norah Cahir (afterwards Mrs Luke Molloy) was unveiled by Miss Rachael Davies. Miss Cahir was a teacher in the school over 45 years ago...
Digger Pioneer Index Victoria, 1836-1888, State Library Victoria. Reg No: 5657: Luke Joseph Molloy, born Dublin Ireland, married Norah Mary Cahir in 1883 in Victoria.
Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923, Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists for British, Foreign and New Zealand Ports, Public Records Office Victoria, Fiche 293, p 7: Luke Molloy aged 12 arrived at Melbourne on "Crusader" from a British Port in 1870. Only Molloy on board.
The Argus, Monday 12 June 1922, p 3. Transcript: Majestic. The snow-clad forests of Canada, with a background of snow-capped mountain ranges form the setting for the Goldwyn drama "Snow Blind" which was presented at the Majestic Theatre on Saturday... The special engagement of Miss Molly Molloy (soprano) and Miss Clare Solly (contralto) in two well-staged scenes was appreciated.
 The Argus, Sat 7 Jul 1917, p 11. Transcript: MOLLOY, Killed in action in France, 8th June, Sergeant Wilfred Molloy, youngest son of the late Luke and Norah Molloy, and loving brother of Rev. Brother Molloy, Leo (on active service), Mary, Kathleen, and Eileen, aged 26 years. R.I.P.
 AIF Project, Leonard MOLLOY Regimental number 806 Religion Roman Catholic Occupation Traveller Address Hotel Sydney, New South Wales Marital status Single Age at embarkation 26 Next of kin Sister, Miss May Molloy, Glenferrie Road, Melbourne, Victoria Enlistment date 31 August 1914 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name 4th Battalion, C Company AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/21/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board Transport A14 Euripides on 20 October 1914 Rank from Nominal Roll Private Promotions QMR & HON LT Recommendations (Medals and Awards) Military Cross 'work from 22 September 1917 to 24 february 1918.' Recommendation date: 8 March 1918 Medals Military Cross Source: 'Commonwealth Gazette' No. 165 Date: 24 October 1918 Other details Medals: Military Cross, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal
Wilfred Laurence MOLLOY Regimental number 168 Religion Roman Catholic Occupation Farm labourer Address Riverview, Mirboo, South Gippsland, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 26 Next of kin Cousin, John Cahir, Glenferrie Road, Malvern, Victoria Enlistment date 27 January 1916 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name 39th Battalion, A Company AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/56/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A11 Ascanius on 27 May 1916 Rank from Nominal Roll Lance Sergeant Unit from Nominal Roll 39th Battalion Fate Killed in Action 8 June 1917 Place of burial No known grave Commemoration details The Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial (Panel 25), Belgium Panel number, Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial 131 Other details War service: Western Front Medals: British War Medal, Victory Medal
 Australian Red Cross Wounded and Missing Enquiry Bureau, File No 1800307, AWM. 38th Battalion, Molloy, W L. Killed in action 8/6/17. Causualty was killed by concussion by H. E. shell at Messines during the advance on the 8th June, 1917. Private address 9 Chapel Street, Windsor. Informant: Lieut. J. D. Cook, 39th Btn. Australian Red Cross Information Bureau, Melbourne.
 Australian War Memorial, Leonard Molloy, World War I Honour Roll.
 The Argus, Sat 11 Oct 1930, p 8. Transcript: Ice Skaters' Ball. A bright cabaret dance was held in the St Kilda Town Hall on Thursday evening by members of the Victorian Ice Skating Association and the National Ice Skating Association of Australia. The gay decorations of violet, yellow and black were carried out on lanterns, ? and floral streamers. The chairman was Mr L A Beaver and the honorary secretaries were Messrs R E Jackson and K S Fox; the honorary treasurers were Messrs. M Mercovich and E J Moloney. Mrs E J Moloney's effective frock of white flowered chiffon was worn on a jade green velvet fur-trimmed coat. Mrs Cyril MacGillicuddy's graceful frock made of daffodil linen with draperies of a lighter shade. Miss Molly Molloy was well dressed in a frock of apple green georgette. An amusing diversion was a burlesque performance of "Tell Me, Pretty Maiden," from "Floradora" in which six absurdly dressed men and six equally fantastically- dressed girls took part. Among the dancers were: Misses Ethel and Lila Austin, Elsie Tuck, Kathleen McGill, Elva Meares, Marjory Peck, Alice Walker, Winsome Thackeray, Eileen Devine, Messrs L R Molloy, De Long, L Kelty, H W Allen, L Callaway, and Dr Cyril MacGillicuddy.
 The Argus, Melbourne, Mon 11 Aug 1930, p 12. Transcript: Interstate Ice Hockey. New South Wales Wins. The first of three hockey matches between Victoria and New South Wales for the Goodall Cup was played aat the Glaciarium on Saturday evening, and resulted in a win for the visitors by two goals to nil. The second and third match will be played this evening and on Wednesday evening. The first puck on Saturday evening was thrown by Miss Gladys Moncrieff. From it the visitors set up an attack which they maintained. They played with splendid combination, while the Victorian team appeared to be mainly an individual effort. Cullen, making most of the pace in the first half, playing a splendid game, but being poorly supported. The visitors first line of defence was practically impenetrable, (Jim) Brown playing a particularly fine game in both attack and defence. The Victorian attacks were broken down before the New South Wales goal-keeper was relied upon to do anything, while, at the other end, Darke, in goal, wwas kept working hard. The two New South Wales goals were scored one in each half, that in the first half being credited to Brown, though only the goal umpire saw it. That in the second half was an entirely individual effort by Gallagher, who took the puck from loose play in the centre. Gallagher was also responsible for saving the position of New South Wales in the only really dangerous attack by Victoria.
The Argus, Melbourne, Tue 12 Aug 1930, p 3. INTERSTATE ICE HOCKEY. New South Wales Wins Shield. New South Wales defeated Victoria last night in one of the fastest ice hockey matches ever played at the Glaciarium. Both teams played with magnificent speed and system and Molony, the Victorian captain, was the most conspicuous player. By half time New South Wales had scored one goal and in spite of repeated attempts neither side scored again. Victoria's .... The visitors team work in the forward line gave them several opportunities to shoot for goal, but Darke, the Victorian goalie, was at the top of his form and prevented scoring. Victoria's forward play did not show as much system and co-operation, but there was nothing lacking in individual dash. Scores: New South Wales, 1 goal defeated Victoria, nil. Best players for New South Wales were Brown, Barnett, Wells, and for Victoria, Molony Kershaw, Turner and Cullen. New South Wales also won the first match of the series against Victoria on Saturday night, so it now wins the Goodall shield. The match tomorrow night cannot affect the result. This is the eighth consecutive win for New South Wales. Tonight the Australian ice sports championships will be held as well as several novelty races.
The Argus, Melbourne, Thu 14 Aug 1930, p 10. ICE HOCKEY. New South Wales Defeats Victoria. New South Wales defeated Victoria for the third time this year in an ice-hockey match played at the Glaciarium last night. Victoria began well and was leading by three goals to one at half-time, but after the interval its play went to pieces. New South Wales quickly scored four goals. Play was rather slow compared with the brilliant speed of the former interstate matches, and Victoria missed its goalkeeper Darke, who was ill and unable to play. Final scores: New South Wales, 5 goals defeated Victoria, 3 goals. Goal-hitters: New South Wales: Raith (4), Harrison; Victoria: Cullen (3). Best players: New South Wales: Raith and Harrison; Victoria: Molony and Cullen. New South Wales won the Goodall shield for 1930 when it defeated Victoria for the second time in the match on Monday. This is the eighth consecutive win for New South Wales.
 The Argus, Melbourne, Fri 15 Jul 1932, p 11. Part Transcript: Ice Hockey. Victorian Players Chosen. The selectors have chosen the following men from whom the team of six to meet New South Wales in an ice-hockey match on July 30 at the Glaciarium will be chosen: E. Maloney (capt.), R. Cullen (vice-capt.), H. Darke, C. Butler, E. Kelly, H. Hoyne, T. Moore, H. Callaway, M. Elliot, G. Moller, C. Napthine...
The Argus, Melbourne, Mon 1 Aug 1932, p 5. Part transcript: INTERSTATE ICE HOCKEY. New South Wales Defeats Victoria. New South Wales scored an easy win over Victoria in the first of three matches at the Glaciaarium last night. For the first ten minutes Victoria held the opposition and gave a good display. But the superior speed and team play of New South Wales told their fate, and in the second half Victoria was always on the defensive. W Johnston was the best player of the match and scored three goals, the other goals being scored by Wendt, Reith and Kennedy. H White for the visitors and goal-keeper, was a tower of strength for his side, and made several brilliant saves. The goal-keeping of H Darke for Victoria was not so good. Victoria failed to score...
The Argus, Melbourne, Tue 2 Aug 1932, p 10. Transcript: ICE HOCKEY. Interstate Match Drawn. The second interstate match between New South Wales and Victoria was played at the Glaciarium last night and resulted in a draw 1 goal each New South Wales scoring in the first half (Wendt), and Victoria in the second half (Moore). Victoria, which was outclassed in the first match on Saturday, improved greatly, its defence and combination being much improved. The third match will be played on Wednesday. The speed championships will begin to-night.
The Argus, Melbourne, Thu 4 Aug 1932, p 12. In the third interstate ice hockey match between New South Wales and Victoria played at the Glaciarium last night, Victoria defeated New South Wales by two goals for the first time this season. New South Wales won the first game on Saturday, the second on Monday night was drawn and the match last night makes the tallies even, although New South Wales hold the Cup. It will be the ninth year they have held it. Victoria showed excellent team work and Darke, the Victorian goalkeeper, gave one of the best exhibitions seen at the Glaciarium for this year. Other Victorians to play well were Cullen, G ?, Kelly, Moore, Napthine, and Molony. The best for New South Wales were ?, Wendt, ?, Kennedy and Jackson.
 The Argus, Melbourne, Tue 8 Sep 1931, p 10. ICE HOCKEY. Best and Fairest Player. Scoring two goals just before time, a combined team defeated Essendon, the premier team, by two goals to one in the last match of the ice hockey season at the Glaciarium last night. Both teams played well with the winner showing a little more system. Goal-scorers were: Combined Team Fox, Kershaw. Essendon: Turner. Best Players: Combined Team Kershaw, Fox, Donovan. Essendon Turner, Moloney, Spence. G. Kershaw (Hawthorn) and H. Hoyne (Essendon) have tied in the secret ballot to decide the best and fairest player in the competition for the Molony Cup. The cup is a perpetual trophy so it has been decided to have both names engraved on the cup and to present miniature cups to both players.
 The Argus, Melbourne, Mon 6 Aug 1928, p 4. ICE HOCKEY. N.S.W. Defeats Victoria. Nearly 2,000 people on Saturday night attended one of the fastest ice-hockey matches ever played at the Glaciarium. The pace of several members of the New South Wales team was a feature of the game. Immediately the game began, Mann (NSW) made a great run down the side of the rink, and a shot by by Brown (NSW) just missed. Molony (V.) got the puck away, but Mann finished a clever dash down the centre by shooting first goal for New South Wales. After the bully-off a shot by Victoria just missed. New South Wales had completely got the better of the play at this stage and might have scored early but for the splendid saving of Darke in goal for Victoria. Before the first half ended an exciting scrimmage i front of goal resulted in New South Wales scoring again. After the interval, Victoria played much better. A nice hit by Kershaw (V.) nearly marked the goal. Molony got the puck almost into the net following a penalty bully, and Fox rushed in and scored Victoria's first goal. He was in great form and made excellent use of his ability to skate at high speed. Mann and Turner were again playing well for New South Wales but the game ended without any further goals, New South Wales winning by 2 goals to 1 goal. (ed. Bully: term from field hockey means face-off.)
The Argus, Melbourne, Mon 7 Aug 1928, p 4. ICE HOCKEY. Victoria and N.S.W. Match Drawn. Victoria and New South Wales played a draw in the men's ice-hockey match for the Goodall Cup, which was played at the Glaciarium last night. During the first quarter New South Wales played together better, and its passing and anticipation were more certain, but Victoria's defence was sound, and neither team scored. Soon after the beginning of the second half N. L. Turner (N.S.W.), receiving a pass from V. Mann scored the first goal. Within a few minutes K. Fox (Vic.), after a brilliant run along the wing, scored the equalising goal. Although New South Wales attacked repeatedly, they could not regain the lead, and Victoria were unable to score again, the match ending with the scores: VICTORIA 4 goals, NEW SOUTH WALES 1 goal. K. Fox C Kershaw, and R Dyer all played well for Victoria, and often relieved the pressure on goal with great dash. H Darke made many good saves in goal. V Mann was the outstanding man for New South Wales, and was always in the thick of the play. He was well-supported by N. L. Turner, J. Pike, and R Gardiner. New South Wales won the first match of the series for the Goodall cup, and the deciding match will be played at the Glaciarium on Wednesday.
The Argus, Melbourne, Thu 9 Aug 1928, p 5. ICE HOCKEY. N.S.W. Retains Goodall Cup. New South Wales retained the Goodall cup by defeating Victoria in the final match of the series of men's ice-hockey matches at the Glaciarium last night. Three matches have been played, New South Wales winning the first and last, and the other being drawn. Scores New South Wales, 4 goals; Victoria, nil. Goal-hitters New South Wales: Turner (3), Brown.
 The Argus, Mon 9 Aug 1926, p 6. Ice Hockey Match. New South Wales Defeats Victoria. A fast systematic game attracted more than 1,500 people to the Glaciarium on Saturday night where the first of a series of men's interstate ice hockey matches was played between teams representing Victoria and New South Wales. The visiting team won by 4 goals to 1 but the play throughout was even, the superior team work of the New South Wales players giving them the victory. For the first time in an interstate game the relay system was tried. C Kershaw (St Kilda) captain, A H Collins (Brighton), J Donovan (Essendon), W Grice (St Kilda), C Dixan (Brighton) and A de Long (St Kilda) took the ice at the beginning of the game and in the second half J Armstrong (Brighton) took the place of Donovan and W Bilsborrow (St Kilda) replaced Grice. The New South Wales team also tried eight players. T Wells took the place of T White in the team originally selected but White and J Kerr both missed the rest of the game. The pace in the first 10 minutes of play was fast and sparkling neither side being able to score until Wells hit a goal for New South Wales from the centre. Victoria attacked but when a score seemed certain the goal ? and play had to be stopped. A chain of passes allowed Pike to score the second goal for the visitors and more ? play led to another goal hit by the same player a few minutes later. At half time the scores were 3-0 in favour of New South Wales. Victoria attacked after the interval and a hard shot by Dixon was stopped by Bennett with his pads. The puck rebounded and Collins ran in and scored. Wells replied with another goal for New South Wales and then Bennett efficiently stopped shots from Collins and Dixon. De Long was showing good form at the other end and there was no further goals. The final s scores were: New South Wales, 4 goals; Victoria, 1 goal. Goal-hitters New South Wales Pike (2), Wells (2). Victoria Collins. Best players New South Wales Wells, Turner, Pike Bennett. Victoria Dixon, Collins, de Long, Kershaw. The second of the three matches will be played tonight at 9 o'clock. The teams have not yet been definitely picked, and it is expected that there will be some alterations.
The Argus, Tuesday 10 August 1926, p. 7. Ice Hockey. New South Wales Wins Again. The increasing popularity of ice hockey was shown by the large attendance last night at the Glaciarium, where Victoria met New South Wales in the second of a series of three games to decide the championship. The attendance was officially stated to be 4,000 people. Alterations had been made to the Victorian team, which was not chosen until immediately before the game. Fox and Callaway displaced Donovan and Geise in the first six and the team was placed as follows: Left defence, Dixon; right defence, Fox; left wing, Callaway; right wing, Kershaw (captain); centre, Collins; goal, de Long. The New South Wales team was: Left defence, Gibson; right defence, Wells; left wing, Raith; right wing, Turner; centre, Pike (captain); goal, Barnett. The Victorian relays were Donovan, on the left wing, and Geise at right defence. In the second half, Kerr and White replaced Wells and Raith in the New South Wales team. The game opened at a fast pace, and Fox, showing good speed, soon justified his inclusion. The New South Wales team, however, showed superior system and for most of the first half had Victoria defending. De Long was conspicuous, stopping several hard shots, and, although the visitors were hitting straight and hard, they were unable to score for some time. A pass from Barnett to Wells led to the first goal for New South Wales, a fast shot and just beating de Long. Wells scored the second goal a minute later, and the half ended with the scores 20 in favour of New South Wales. Victoria attacked from the opening of the second half, but could not pierce the visitors' defence. Several times good opportunities were spoiled by poor shooting for goal, and there was little team work. When the play went to the other end the Victorian players crowded the game, and time after time the puck went out to a waiting New South Wales player. Wells was hit in the face, but recovered after a few moments and resumed playing. Geise and de Long worked hard, and prevented any further score, but the Victorians were unable to make up the deficit. The final scores were New South Wales, 2 goals; Victoria, nil. Goal-hitters: New South Wales, Wells (2). Best Players: New South Wales, Wells, Turner, Pike, Barnett. Victoria: Fox, de Long, Dixson, Geise. By winning this game the New South Wales team retained the Goodall Cup, which they have held for several seasons. In spite of this, a third game will be played tomorrow night at the Glaciarium when Victoria will make another attempt at Victory.
The Argus, Thu 12 Aug 1926, p 4. Ice Hockey. New South Wales Wins Again. New South Wales again defeated Victoria at ice hockey at the Glaciarium last night and thus won each of the three games in the series. The scores were: New South Wales, 5 goals; Victoria 2 goals. For New South Wales: Turner (2), Pike (2) and Wells; and for Victoria, Collins and Fox.
 The Argus, Mon 4 Aug 1924, p 4. Part transcript: ... the Victorian's were outclasssed by a heavier, faster and more systematic team. On the other hand, the women of both teams displayed a vast knowledge of the finer points of the game, and provided one of the finest women's matches ever witnessed at the Glaciarium. New South Wales was best served by Kendall who was perhaps the best player of the match, Slade and Pike. For Victoria, Dow in goal was tower of strength, and saved many possible goals. Dyer, Moloney and Bilsborrow also played well... New South Wales won by 2 goals to nil."
The Argus, Tue 5 Aug 1924, p 17. Ice Hockey. Second Game Won By Victoria. There was a large attendance at the Glaciarium last evening when the second interstate ice-hockey match was played between New South Wales and Victoria. New South Wales won the first game on Monday, but were without the services last night of the captain and coach (Kendall), the goal keeper (Cairns) and a forward (Reid). Benefitting by the experience gained on Saturday, the Victorians played a more systematic and pacing game. First goal was scored by New South Wales but it was not gained until the game had been in progress for 10 minutes. A brilliant goal by C R Dyer evened the scores. Fast and clever play ended in second goal for the visitors. The play by goalie Cairns was excellent and there was no more scoring before half-time. Third goal for New South Wales was gained 10 minutes after the term began and R Collins and E Molony scoring goals promptly, made the scores level. In the next 10 minutes the game was extremely fast. Two minutes before the game ended, Collins scored again for Victoria and their opponents made a desperate effort to respond. Very fast play followed, but but the team work of the Victorians prevented scoring. The last stage of the game provided one of the best exhibitions of ice hockey seen in Melbourne for the last three seasons. Victoria won by four goals to three. The goal-hitters were: Victoria Dyer, Collins (2), Molony; New South Wales Slade, Wells, Pike.
The Argus, Thu 7 Aug 1924, p 4. The match opened brightly. Within five minutes Collins netted two goals for Victoria. New South Wales then attacked and despite the stubborn resistance of Dow in goal, he was beaten three times. Victoria tried hard to equalise the scores, but failed. When the half-time bell rang, the visitors were leading by five goals to two. The second half was notable for strenuous, fast and even play. The final scores were New South Wales 6 goals; Victoria, 2 goals.
 The Argus, Mon 6 July 1925, p 22. Transcript: At the Glaciarium on Saturday afternooon Miss Sadie Cambridge and Professor Enders gave an exhibition of figure skating, which they repeated at the evening session. Mr Henry Witte again thrilled the large attendance with his remarkable performance on the ice. Mr Witte will give another performance on Wednesday evening. On Saturday the interstate matches between Victoria and New South Wales for the ice hockey championship of Australia will be begun. The Victorian team will be: E J Moloney (captain), E A Collins (vice-captain), C Dixon, R (K?) Kinnear, R Dyer, W Dow, A de Long, J Donovan, C Kershaw, L Callaway. (Again advertised on Tue 7th, p 7, with the NSW team: E J Kendall (captain), L Reid, J H Pike, J Bennett, N Turner, T Wells, G Slade, F White, and J Kerr.
The Argus, Sat 11 Jul 1925, p 22. Transcript: Victoria vs New South Wales. The first of a series of six ice hockey matches to be played at the Glaciarium between teams representing Victoria and New South Wales, in the annual competition for the Goodall Cup, will take place at 9 o'clock tonight. Two other matches will be played at the Glaciarium at the same hour on Monday and Tuesday nights, and after the departure of the American Fleet, a Victorian team will go to Sydney for three matches. The team to represent Victoria tonight is: E J Moloney (captain), centre-forward; E A Collins (vice-captain), point right; J Donovan, left wing forward; R Dyer right wing forward; C Dixon, point left; and W Dow, goal-keeper. The New South Wales team will be selected from: E J Kendall (captain), L. Reid, J H Pike, J Barnett, N Turner, T Wells, G Slade, F White and J Kerr. Under the management of N P Joseph, the hon. secretary of the the New South Wales Ice Hockey Association, the members of the New South Wales team will arrive at Spencer Street station for the Sydney express this afternoon. The visitors have held the cup since 1923.
The Argus, Mon 13 Jul 1925, p 6. Transcript: Ice Hockey Championship. His Excellency the Governor (the Earl of Stradbroke) will be present at the Glaciarium this evening when the second contest of the ice hockey championship of Australia will be played between Victoria and New South Wales.
The Argus, Tue 14 Jul 1925, p 17. Transcript: Ice Hockey. Victoria Again Defeated. Splendid hockey was witnessed on the ice at the Glaciarium last night when the second of the test matches between Victoria and New South Wales was played before a very large attendance. His Excellency the Governor (the Earl of Stradbroke) was an interested spectator. The Victorians showed improved form, but were still unable to beat the visitors, whose teamwork was remarkably good. Their shots were seldom wide of the goal but thanks to the splendid keeping of Dow, the Victorian goal-keeper, many goals were saved. New South Wales won by 5 goals scored by Kendall (2), Turner (2) and Pike, to 1 scored by Collins. The third match will be played at the Glaciarium at 9 o'clock tomorrow night.
The Argus, Thu 16 Jul 1925, p 4. Ice Hockey. New South Wales Wins Again. New South Wales defeated Victoria at the Glaciarium last night in the third Interstate ice hockey match. At half-time each team had scored a goal, but after the interval New South Wales had all the better of the game and won by four goals scored by Reid, Turner, Slade and White to one scored by Molony.
The Argus, Mon 10 Aug 1925, p 6. Ice Hockey. SYDNEY, Sunday The Victorian ice hockey team played the first of the three matches against New South Wales at the Glaciarium on Saturday night. The local representatives, who recently defeated the Victorian players in Melbourne, again proved successful winning by five goals to two.
The Argus, Wed 12 Aug 1925, p 15. Victoria Defeated at Ice Hockey. SYDNEY, Tuesday In an ice hockey match tonight, the New South Wales women's team defeated the Victorian Team by 2 goals to nil.
The Argus, Thu 13 Aug 1925, p 5. Ice Hockey. SYDNEY, Wednesday The ice hockey tournament concluded tonight when the Victorian men's team drew with New South Wales, the scores being 1 goal each. In the women's match Victoria showed improved form, winning by 3 goals to 1.
 Digger Great War Index, 1914-1920, State Library Victoria, Reg No: 36894: Norman Joseph born at S Kilda in 1890, parents Philip and Adelaide Rintel.
'New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 12/1946: Norman Philip Joseph died 1946 in Sydney, parents Philip Jospeh and Adelaide.
 The Argus, Tue 12 Feb 1924, p 9. Transcript: Tweed Stolen From Factory. Thieves visted the cap and hat factory of Mr Philip Joseph, Yarra Street, South Yarra, during the weekend, and stole rolls of tweed valued at £50. The factory was entered by thieves a fortnight ago, and valuable rolls of cloth, used for making caps and blazers, were stolen. Entrance was gained on both occasions by forcing a window at the rear of the shop.
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 36894: Norman Philip Joseph born in Melbourne in 1890 to parents Philip Joseph and Adelaide Rintel. Reg No 15986: Adelaide Rintel born 1862 in Melbourne to parents Moses Rintel and Elvina Hart. Reg No 4215: Adelaide Rintel married Philip Joseph in 1888 at Melbourne.
(Note: Norman's name cited as Norm Joseph at source 2 and N P Joseph at source 221: "Under the management of N P Joseph, the hon. secretary of the the New South Wales Ice Hockey Association, the members of the New South Wales team will arrive at Spencer Street station for the Sydney express this afternoon". Only matching record in NSW or Victoria in timeframe.)
 AIF Project, Service record regimental number 6399, Frank Rintel JOSEPH. Religion Jewish Occupation Commercial traveller Address Coogee, New South Wales Marital status Single Age at embarkation 27 Next of kin Father, P Joseph, Speedwell Carr Street, Coogee, Sydney, New South Wales Enlistment date 29 February 1916 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name 17th Battalion, 18th Reinforcement AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/34/4 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A29 Suevic on 11 November 1916 Rank from Nominal Roll Private Unit from Nominal Roll 38th Battalion Fate Effective abroad (still overseas) Miscellaneous details (Nominal Roll) *Spelt Frank Rentel Joseph on NR
 'Rintel, Moses (18231880)', by J. Levi, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 6, Melbourne University Press, 1976, pp 31-32.
 'New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 7369/1899: John A Kerr married Annie S Carlson at Sydney in 1899. Children (parents John A and Annie S):
Reg No 295/1901: Carl O V C Kerr born 1901 at Sydney, NSW
Reg No 2934/1903: Annie S Kerr born in 1903 at Glebe, NSW
Reg No 13161/1906: Jennie A C born in 1906 at Glebe, NSW
Reg No 35002/1907: John A C Kerr born in 1907 at Glebe, NSW
Reg No 2193/1926 Carl V Kerr married Mabel T Boyce at Paddington, NSW in 1926. Reg No 37254/1902: Mabel A Boyce born 1902 in Waverley, daughter of Charles M Boyce and Ethel M. Reg No 1156/1961: Gail Vilbad Kerr, son of John Alexander Kerr and Annie Sophina died in 1961. Reg No 14703/1941: John Alexander Kerr married Dorothy Edna Lindbergh at Sydney in 1841. Reg No 12321/1975: John Alexander Kerr, son of John Alexander Kerr and Annie Sophia died at Sydney in 1975.
Mabel Boyce was the daughter of Taree solocitor, Charles Macleay Boyce, who was the son of newspaper proprietor Charles Boyce (18351917). See: 'Boyce, Charles (18351917)', by Ruth Teale, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 3, Melbourne University Press, 1969, pp 209-210.
 Northern Territory Times, Tue 25 May 1926, page 3. Transcript: American Wireless heard in Sydney. A wireless test message broadcast yesterday from New York to Australia was received satisfactorily by J H Pike, one of Sydney's oldest wireless experimenters, on a special super hetrodyne set designed for the wavelength of New York.
The Canberra Times, Tue 1 Apr 1930, p 1. Part transcript: ... Mr Pike, a radio experimenter at Greenwich, received a message from D Knock, of the Wyndham meat works shortly after 4 o'clock...
 The Argus, Tue 28 Jul 1931, p 12. Transcript: Ice Hockey. Victoria Defeats the Rest. Playing a forceful and systematic game the team which will represent Victoria against New South Wales in the Goodall ice-hockey cup in Sydney on Saturday easily defeated the next best team at the Glaciarium last night by two goals to one (scored just at the finish). Turner scored both goals for Victoria, whose best players were Molony, Kershaw, Donovan and Kelly. For the rest team best were Hoyne, Cullen [one goal], Elliot and Butler. The team will leave Sydney on Wednesday, and is expected to play well. Kelly, who recently won the quarter and half mile championships, will be a strong opponent for Brown, the New South Wales champion, who has also won titles in England and Switzerland.
The Argus, Wed 27 May 1931, p 10. Ice Skating. British Champion's Return. The ice-skating one-mile championship of Great Britain was won recently by James Brown of Sydney, who covered the distance in 3min 26 1-5sec. Subsequently in a speed test he broke the British record, skating a mile in 3min 6sec. He is returning to Australian on R M S Orsova and will give an exhibition at the Glaciarium on Monday evening, when he will attempt to break his own ice skating record for one mile.
Canberra Times, 10 April 1931, p 1. Australian Skater Wins British Championship. London, Wednesday. Mr C (sic) J Brown, the Australian ice-skating champion, won the mile indoor skating championship of Britain by defeating the holder, W Broomhall, by one-fifth of a second in 3 minutes 26 1-5 seconds.
The Argus, Wed 22 Jul 1931, p 10. Transcript: Speed Skating. E Kelly Wins Championship. Keeping well in front of the field, E. Kelly, the Hawthorn ice-hockey player, won the half-mile speed skating championship of Victoria at the Glaciarium last night by six yards. P. Davidson was second and H Barry third. Kelly's time was 1.47 1-4. In the quarter-mile championship and the hurdle race Kelly repeated his success. The women's quarter-mile championship was won by Miss K Macgill. Miss Vera Pincott, the previous holder of the championship, fell in the course of the race. The senior and junior divisions of the quarter-mile race for schoolboys were won by P. Hatten and G. Browne, respectively.
 "Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923," Public Record Office Victoria, Philip Joseph, age 25, arrived in Melbourne in July 1879 on the ship 'Kent' from a British port. Fiche 370 p 2
 The Argus, 19 Aug 1932 p 6. Transcript: OBITUARY. It is with regret that we announce the death at his home in Tintern avenue, Toorak, early yesterday morning of Mr William Hammond Clegg, who for many years had been a partner in the firm of John Goodall and Co., stockbrokers. Mr Clegg was born in England, and he came to Australia when aged 14 years. For some years he was a member of the Victorian public service, and he occupied the position of secretary to the board of examiners of engine-drivers when the gold-mining industry was active. Mr Clegg joined the firm of John Goodall and Co. 44 years ago. He devoted his energies to the developmnet of the business and had few outside interests. He was a member of the Athenaeum Club and the Victorian Amateur Turf Club. He married the daughter of the late Mr John Goodall, founder of the firm John Goodall and Co., who survives him. He also leaves three married daughters: Mrs Harold Hall, who has lived for some years in England; Mrs Simon Fraser; and Mrs Edward Druce Yencken. The funeral will take place at Fawkner cemetery this morning, the arrangements being in the hands of A. A. Sleight Pty. Ltd.
 'New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 11895/1936 Percy Frederick Wendt married Eileen Coady in 1836 at Sydney, NSW.
AIF Project, Australian Army Service Record NX6536, Percy Frederick WENDT. Date of Birth 24 Dec 1912 Place of Birth TORONTO, CANADA Date of Enlistment 8 Nov 1939 Locality on Enlistment CHARING CROSS, NSW Place of Enlistment MARRICKVILLE, NSW Next of Kin Eileen WENDT, Date of Discharge 23 Oct 1945 Rank Sapper Posting at Discharge 2/33 AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY BATTALION
AIF Project, Royal Australian Air Force Service Record 402555, John Harry WENDT. Date of Birth 20 Aug 1916 Place of Birth TORONTO, CANADA Date of Enlistment 16 Sep 1940 Locality on Enlistment CHARING CROSS Place of Enlistment SYDNEY, NSW Next of Kin Frederick WENDT, Date of Discharge 11 Feb 1946 Rank Flight Sergeant Posting at Discharge EASTERN AREA HEADQUARTERS POINT PIPER
 AIF Project, Regimental Service Record 16170, Victor Francis LANGSFORD. Religion Church of England, Occupation Salesman, Address Middle Park, Victoria, Marital status Single, Age at embarkation 19, Next of kin Father, H F Langsford, 253 Richardson Street, Middle Park, Victoria Enlistment date 31 July 1916 Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll 17 July 1916 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name November 1916 Reinforcements AWM Embarkation Roll number 26/99/2 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A20 Hororata on 23 November 1916 Rank from Nominal Roll Private Unit from Nominal Roll 2nd Australian General Hospital Fate Effective abroad (still overseas)
Harold Henry LANGSFORD Regimental number 16169 Religion Church of England Occupation Tailor Address Middle Park, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 23 Next of kin Father, H F Langsford, 253 Richardson Street, Middle Park, Victoria Enlistment date 30 September 1915 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name November 1916 Reinforcements AWM Embarkation Roll number 26/99/2 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A20 Hororata on 23 November 1916 Rank from Nominal Roll Private Unit from Nominal Roll 2nd Australian General Hospital Fate Returned to Australia 9 August 1919
'New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 15037/1939: Henry Francis Langsford died in 1939 at Glebe, parents Henry and Rachel Langsford. Reg No 19871/1944: Harold Henry Langsford married Catherine Burkitt at Woollahra in 1944.
Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Clayton, Victoria, Deceased Records, Harold Henry LANGSFORD Date of Service 21/05/1965 Ashes scattered.
The Argus, Thu 17 Feb 1927, p 6. Before the Chief Justice (Sir William Irvine) in the Practice Court, Margaret Langsford, aged 61 years, of Barkly street, St Kilda, petitioned for divorce from Francis Henry Langsford, aged 60 years, of Trafalgar street, Annandale (NSW), commercial traveller, on the ground of misconduct. The parties were married on November 19, 1930 (sic), at Brighton. Petitioner said that at the time of her marriage to respondent she was a widow, and the respondent was a divorced man with an adult family. A decree ? was granted, with costs.
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery,' Clayton, Victoria, Deceased Index, Milton Napthine, born 12 Feb 1908, died 26 Sep 2002, age 94, and was cremated on 26 Sep 2002. Remains collected. Religion: Church of England, Funeral Director: Tobin Brothers, Malvern.
World War 2 Nominal Roll, Australia, Royal Australian Air Force Service Service Record O35927 (251839), Clifton Meredith NAPTHINE, Date of Birth 12 Feb 1908 Place of Birth Unknown Date of Enlistment 23 Sep 1940 Locality on Enlistment TOORAK Place of Enlistment Unknown Next of Kin Lorna NAPTHINE, Date of Discharge 11 Feb 1946 Rank T SQUADRON LEADER Posting at Discharge 2 RPP
World War 2 Nominal Roll, Australia, Royal Australian Air Force Service Service Record 251638, Milton Meredith NAPTHINE, Date of Birth 12 Feb 1908 Place of Birth Unknown Date of Enlistment Unknown Locality on Enlistment Unknown Place of Enlistment Unknown Next of Kin Lois NAPTHINE, Date of Discharge 27 Feb 1945 Rank Squadron Leader Posting at Discharge RAAF STATION CANBERRA
 'Historical Index, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Department of Justice, Victoria', Reg No 22371: Simon FRASER born 1886 in Melbourne to parents Simon Fraser and Anna Bertha Collins. Reg No 1934: Simon FRASER married Phyllis Hammond CLEGG in 1914 at Melbourne.
'Fraser, Sir Simon (1832 - 1919)', by Elizabeth M. Redmond, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 4, Melbourne University Press, 1972, p. 216.
 Ancestry.com. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Australian Electoral Commission. [Electoral roll]. Microform mc N 451-mc N 457. National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia. Transcripts: Henty District: Edward James Molony, Muriel Mafeking Molony. Melbourne, Henty and Flinders districts: George Thomas Molony. Henty was established in 1913 and abolished in 1990. It was named for the Henty family of Portland, the first European settlers in Victoria. It was located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, including at various times Brighton, Caulfield, Malvern and Oakleigh. For most of its history it was a safe seat for the conservative parties. Electoral Districts, online
The Argus, Mon 15 Nov 1925, p 15. Mentone Public Library. The following committee of management was elected at the annual meeting of subscribers to the Mentone Public Library: President, Mr G Molony; librarian and secretary, Mr M L Dickson; treasurer, Mr W Wilson; committee, Messrs W Harry, R Riley, H P Peterson, G Pepper, G Lemmon, G Croker, E A Pleasants, Mrs Richardson and Miss Phillips. One seat on the committee will be filled by a nominee from the Mordiallic-Menton City Council.
 'Luxton, Thomas (1850 - 1911)', by J. Ann Hone, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 5, Melbourne University Press, 1974, p. 113, and 'Luxton, Sir Harold Daniel (1888 - 1957)', by David Dunstan, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, pp 170-171. Also "Re-member, a database of all Victorian MPs since 1851," Luxton, Sir Harold Daniel, online
The Argus, Wed 1 Jul 1931, p 8. LUXTON WINS SWIMMING RACE. LONDON, June 30. L T Luxton, son of the Lord Mayor Melbourne, won the quarter-mile race in the Oxford-Cambridge swimming match.
The Argus, Wed 6 Jul 1932, p 14. SPORTING CABLES. OLYMPIC GAMES. LUXTON AND SAMBELL IN EIGHT. LONDON, July 4. L T Luxton and W A T Sambell, of Melbourne, will be members of the eight-oared crew to represent Britain at the Olympic games at Los Angeles, as the result of the Cambridge eight, rowing as the Leander Club, winning the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley. The Thames Club will represent Britain in the four-oared event, and the Oxford pair, Edwards and Close, in the pair-oars. The sculler has not yet been chosen.
The Argus, Sat 26 Mar 1932 p15 and Sat 2 Apr 1932 p 19 for photographs of Luxton in the rowing eight crew.
"History of Australian Rowing," Guerin-Foster, Olympic GamesLos Angeles 1932, Web site, online
 AIF Project, Regimental Service Records:
Harold Daniel LUXTON Religion Church of England Occupation Merchant Address c/o Jas. McEwan and Co., 119 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria Marital status Married Age at embarkation 27 Next of kin Wife, Mrs D M Luxton, c/o Jas. McEwan and Co., 119 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria Previous military service 23rd Battery Australian Fortress Artillery Enlistment date 28 October 1915 Rank on enlistment 2nd Lieutenant Unit name Field Artillery Brigade 4, Battery 11 AWM Embarkation Roll number 13/32/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A18 Wiltshire on 18 November 1915 Rank from Nominal Roll Lieutenant Unit from Nominal Roll 2nd Division Artillery Recommendations (Medals and Awards) Mention in Despatches Not awarded. Recommendation date: 2 October 1916 Fate Discharged 22 October 1916
William Leslie FANNING Date of birth 22 April 1894 Religion Church of England Occupation Clerk Address Cooranien, Westubry Street, East St Kilda, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 21 Next of kin Father, Edward Fanning, Cooranien, Westbury Street, East St Kilda, Victoria Previous military service 20th Battery Australian Fortress Artillery Enlistment date 28 October 1915 Rank on enlistment Lieutenant Unit name Field Artillery Brigade 4, Battery 11 AWM Embarkation Roll number 13/32/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A18 Wiltshire on 18 November 1915 Rank from Nominal Roll Major Unit from Nominal Roll 2nd Division Artillery Promotions Major Unit: 3rd Division Artillery Promotion date: 17 November 1917 Fate Returned to Australia 31 July 1918
Claude Sumner GRICE Regimental number 6626 Date of birth --/09/1886 Religion Church of England Occupation Grazier Address Frankston, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 29 Next of kin Father, James Grice, Frankston, Victoria Enlistment date 29 June 1915 Rank on enlistment Driver Unit name Field Artillery Brigade 4, Battery 11 AWM Embarkation Roll number 13/32/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A18 Wiltshire on 18 November 1915 Regimental number from Nominal Roll Commissioned Rank from Nominal Roll Lieutenant Unit from Nominal Roll 57th Battalion Promotions 2nd Lieutenant Unit: INF57 Promotion date: 29 September 1917 Lieutenant Unit: INF57 Promotion date: 23 April 1918 Fate Returned to Australia 8 May 1919
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery', Interment records, Harold Daniel Luxton died 24 October 1957 at Melbourne and was cremated on 25 Oct 1957; memorial Dodonaea - Individual Tree Tree 64 with Thomas (1993), Doris Mary (1978), Thomas Harold (1983), Maria Teresa (1998), Walter Harold (1995). Lewis Luxton cremated 12 Nov 1985;
 "Sir Harold Daniel Luxton (18881957)," by David Dunstan, Australian Dictionary of Biography (Vol 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, pp 170-171) and 'Luxton, Thomas (18501911)', by J. Ann Hone, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 5, Melbourne University Press, 1974, p. 113.
"National Archives Australia", Service Records of Lewis Luxton, 1939-48, Service No SX2715; Date of birth, 12 Sep 1910; Place of birth: MELBOURNE VIC; Place of enlistment - ADELAIDE SA ; Next of Kin - LUXTON MARY. online
 "David Kennedy Picken," by J J O'Connor and E F Robertson, Edinburgh Mathematical Society
 "The Mathematical Gazette," Obituary of David Kennedy Picken by T. M. C, Vol. 41, No. 337, Oct., 1957, pp. xxvi-xxvii. Related biography:
'Littlejohn, William Still (18591933)', by Weston Bate, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, pp 122-123.
'MacFarland, Sir John Henry (18511935)', by Geoffrey Serle, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, pp 266-267.
 "Melbourne University Ski Club, Club History," web site, online
 "Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923." Public Records Office Victoria, Fiche 6, p 3. Transcript: William, age 33, Rebecca, age 37 and William, age 4, arrived in Melbourne in September 1852 on the ship Bangalore from a British port.
 ''Springvale Botanical Cemetery", Deceased Index, Horace William Allen was cremated 16 Aug 1949 at Tristania, Rose Tree Garden G4, Bed 2, Rose 49.
 'Morris, Edward Ellis (18431902)', by Olive Wykes, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 5, Melbourne University Press, 1974, pp 293-294.
 The Argus, Sat 13 Sep 1924 p35. Article, "Captains of Industry, Exhibition Personages"; contains a brief biography of Harry Goldman among other members of the exhibition committee of the Melbourne Chamber of Manufactures.
The Argus, Sat 26 Nov 1932 p 21. Transcript: Presidential Chair for Melbourne Grammar School. This Gothic chair, designed by Mr Clifford L Cummings, architect, and manufactured by H Goldman Pty Ltd, has been presented to Melbourne Grammar School by the Old Melburnians. It was used at the school speech night last evening by Archbishop Head, who presided.
The Argus, Mon 5 Sep 1932 p3. Transcript: Engagements. The engagement is announce of Gwen, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Goldman, Armadale House, Armadale, and Hans Ivor, youngest son of Mr S Pincus, Alma Rd St Kilda, and the late Mrs Pincus.
Powerhouse Museum, 98/67/1 Chair, (incomplete), dining, wood/ upholstery stuffing, designed by Marion Mahony/ Walter Burley Griffin for the Cafe Australia, Melbourne/ made by the H Goldman Manufacturing Co, Melbourne, Australia, circa 1916, Made for the dining rooms of the Cafe Australia, 272 Collins Street, Melbourne, with facade and interiors designed by Marion Mahony Griffin, 1915-1916.
Digger Death Index, Victoria, 1921-85. Harry Goldman died 1939 aged 86 years at Parkville, parents William and Rose Goldman.
Early Australian Electoral Rolls, State Library Victoria, Harry and Millie Goldman resided at 57 Armadale Street, Armadale.
 "A Century Celebrated, A Short History of the Old Grammarians Society, 1904-2004," 2004, Melbourne Girls Grammar School.
 The Argus, Sat 16 Dec 1922, p 27. Prahran College, Special Prizes, Writing, Elsie Tuck; Tue 15 May 1928, p 17. "Old Wesley Hosts". ... Ormond Hall... former Wesley Collegians... J. P. H. Launder... Elsie Tuck...
 The Argus, Mon 27 Jun 1932, p 3. Inter-University Ski-ing. First Contest in August. University teams will meet in a ski-ing contest at Mount Hotham in August. The contest is being arranged by the Melbourne University club, and a team from Sydney will take part. It is hoped that Tasmania will also be represented. Events will include a downhill run, and slalom, a jump, and a langlauf, but the details have not yet been decided. This will be the first time that an inter-University ski-ing contest has been held, and it will be the eighteenth sport in which Melbourne teams compete against other universities. The University Sports Union will not recognise it as an inter-University sport until three annual contests have been held, and no "blues" will be awarded until it is granted recognition.
 World War 2 Nominal Roll, Australian War Memorial, Name KELLY, WILLIAM ELLIS Service Australian Army Service Number VX46220 Date of Birth 30 Dec 1910 Place of Birth ALBERT PARK, VIC Date of Enlistment 11 Jul 1940 Locality on Enlistment AUBURN, VIC Place of Enlistment CAULFIELD, VIC Next of Kin KELLY, WILLIAM Date of Discharge 16 Oct 1945 Rank Major Posting at Discharge 2/3 AUST LT A/A REGT R A A.
National Archives of Australia, Series No B883: KELLY WILLIAM ELLIS : Service Number - VX46220 : Date of birth - 30 Dec 1910 : Place of birth - ALBERT PARK VIC : Place of enlistment - CAULFIELD VIC : Next of Kin - KELLY WILLIAM
 The Argus, Thu 9 Sep 1926, Supplement, p 20S. "The Public Schools Foundation and Development", bt R W E Wilmot (copy of original in main body). Also referenced: p 24 S (Supplement) "Football The Australian Game" and "Cricket. International Contests. Pioneered by Victorians" both by Wilmot; and The Argus, Sat 22 Jun 1929 p 10 S (Supplement) "The Player and the Game. Lacrosse, a sport for thoroughbreds" also by Wilmot. (Scans of all original copies in main document).
The Argus, Tue 2 Sep 1924, p 9 "Old Time Footballers Aid Charity Appeal". Includes photograph of Reginald Wilmot with H C A Harrison "father of the Australian game"; both former Melbourne Football Club players.
Digger Death Index, Victoria, 1921-85. Reg No 5118: Reginald Wm Ernest Wilmot died in 1949 at Parkville, parents John Geo Winchester Wilmot and Hanna Louise Whittaker.
Early Australian Electoral Rolls, State Library Victoria, Reg No: 8267: Reginald William E Wilmot, 189 Toorak Road, South Yarra.
 The Argus, Thu 21 Sep 1916, p 9. "For the Front. Call to Sportsmen. Spectators or Fighters!" by Reginald Ernest William Wilmot. (Scan of original copy in main document).
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No: 838/1885 John A Lovelace and Annie E Reece married at Sydney in 1885. Children all born Paddington, NSW: Reg No: 9341/1885 John A Reg No: 9800/1887 Annie E Reg No: 10211/1888 Hester P Reg No: 33465/1899 May C Reg No: 27461/1890 Charles E Reg No: 28177/1892 Bessie M Reg No: 26042/1894 Minnie M Reg No: 15637/1901 Ernest W. Reg No: 20850/1969 John Alfred Lovelace died in 1969 at Newtown, son of John Alfred Lovelace and Annie Elizabeth (Reece)
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No: 32982/1892 John Lowick born 1892 at St Leonards, NSW, parents Robert Lowick and Annie. Reg No: 13420/1888: Jessie I Lowick born 1888 at St Leonards, parents Robert W Lowick and Annie. Reg No: 56/1880 Robert W Lowick and Annie Armitage married in 1880 at Sydney. Reg No: 27826/1969 John Warne Lowick died in 1969 at Burwood, NSW, parents Robert Warne Lowick and Annie. Reg No 10505/1927: John W Lowick married Ellen M Grant in 1927 at Sydney. Reg No 21949/1942: Ellen Margaret Lowick died in 1947 at Randwisck, daughter of Thomas Patrick and Ellen Agnes Grant.
AIF Project, Service Record of John Warne Lowick. Service No: 1848 Religion Church of England. Occupation Clerk. Address North Manly, NSW. Marital status Single Age at embarkation 22 Next of kin Mother, Mrs A W Lowick, Wakefield Street, North Manly, NSW. Enlistment date 8 Feb 1915. Rank on enlistment Bugler, 13th Battalion, 4th Reinforcement AWM. Embarkation Roll number 23/30/2. Unit embarked from Sydney, NSW, on board HMAT A9 Shropshire on 17 Mar 1915. Commissioned Rank from Nominal Roll, Lieutenant. Unit from Nominal Roll, 45th Battalion. Promotions 2nd Lieutenant. Unit: INF45 Promotion date: 1 Aug 1918 Lieutenant. Unit: INF45 Promotion date: 1 Dec 1918 Recommendations (Medals and Awards) Military Medal.
Australian War Memorial, World War 1Honours and awards (gazetted), John Warne Lowick, Military Medal, Date of London Gazette: 28 Jan 1918, page 1403, position 106. Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: 27 Jun 1918, page 1390, position 134. Transcript: Private John Warne Lowick. For his courage at Zonnebeke on 12th October 1917. He went on several occasions and repaired broken wires during a severe enemy barrage and counter attack. His coolness and determination was most marked and his perserverance in his duty enabled communication to be maintained at a critical time. Recommended by Major S L Perry MC.
Australian War Memorial, World War 2 Nominal Roll, John Warne Lowick, Australian Army, Service Number N470735 Date of Birth 29 Apr 1893 Place of Birth MOSMAN, NSW Date of Enlistment 29 Apr 1944 Locality on Enlistment Kempsey, NSW Place of Enlistment Kempsey, NSW Next of Kin Valerie Lowick, Date of Discharge 1 Oct 1945 Rank Lieutenant Posting at Discharge 30 BN V D C PTD
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 6859/1892: Henry V C Hinder married Ethel E (Enid) Pockley at St Leonards, NSW, in 1892. Children all born at Ashfield: Reg No: 9731/1899 Henry C; Reg No: 29356/1902 Maxwell C; Reg No: 1072/1905 Eric H C; Reg No: 21245/1906 Henry F C. Father: Reg No 16698/1865 Henry V C Hinder born 1865 at Windsor, NSW, son of Edward R Hinder and Sophia; Reg No 10921/1913 Henry V C Hinder died 1913 at Ashfield, son of Edward R Hinder and Sophia. Also see brother, Frank Hinder, Wikipedia, Online.
 National Archives Australia, War Service Record SERN 488, Reginald Haslam Boyden b. 21 August 1896 Surrey Hills Victoria, father Frank Ernest Boyden and mother Daisey, 21 Harbor Street, Mosman. Enlisted Jan 7th 1915 at Liverpool, Sydney. Corporal, B Company, 18 Battalion, AIF. Shot in chest by rifle bullet 1915 at Gallipoli Peninsula and invalided. Served 8 months, 2 months in field. 2nd Lieutenant RAF. Height 5-foot 4-inches at age 18; 119 pounds, 33.5-inch chest; fair complexion and hair, blue eyes. Religion, COE. Online
AIF Project, Frank Arthur BOYDEN Date of birth 14 July 1890 Other Names BOYDEN, Frank Arthur Stewart Religion Church of England Address Darnum, Gippsland, Victoria Marital status Married Next of kin Wife, Mrs Elinor J Boyden, Darnum, Gippsland, Victoria Rank on enlistment Lieutenant Unit name 19th Battalion, C Company Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT Ceramic on 25 June 1915 Rank from Nominal Roll Major Unit from Nominal Roll 19th Battalion Promotions Major Unit: 19th Battalion Promotion date: 1 January 1918 Fate Returned to Australia 22 December 1918
AIF Project, Nicholas Lancelot BOYDEN. Reg. no 5973 Religion Church of England Occupation Accountant Address 21 Harbour Street, Mosman, Sydney, New South Wales Marital status Single Age at embarkation 23 Next of kin Father, Mr F E Boyden, 21 Harbour Street, Mosman, Sydney, New South Wales Enlistment date 29 January 1916 Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll 29 November 1915 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name 4th Battalion, 19th Reinforcement AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/21/4 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A18 Wiltshire on 22 August 1916 Rank from Nominal Roll Lance Corporal Unit from Nominal Roll 4th Battalion Fate Returned to Australia 10 September 1917
Australian War Memorial, World War 2 Nominal Roll, Reginald Haslam Boyden, 3 Squadron RAF.
Australian War Memorial, World War 2 Nominal Roll, ARTHUR KEELING BOYDEN, Service Australian Army Service Number NX32792 Date of Birth 30 Apr 1904 Place of Birth MELBOURNE, VIC Date of Enlistment 19 Jun 1940 Locality on Enlistment ROSEVILLE, NSW Place of Enlistment PADDINGTON, NSW Next of Kin BOYDEN, DAGMAR Date of Discharge 8 Feb 1946 Rank Corporal Posting at Discharge 2/12 FLD COY R A E WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display Prisoner of War Yes
''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 10625/1930: FRANK E Boyden died in 1930 at Sydney, parents Edward L Boyden and Caroline. Reg No: 30346/1943 Annie George BOYDEN died in 1943 at Randwick, parents unknown. Children: Reg No: 55221/1972 Nicholas Lancelot BOYDEN died at Wellington, NSW; Reg No: 698/1952: Frank Arthur S BOYDEN died at Burwood, NSW. Reg No: 752/1976 Arthur Keeling BOYDEN died in 1976 in NSW; Reg No: 3888/1955 Paul BOYDEN died in 1955 at Redfern, NSW.
The National Archives, Kew, England, Copyright Application by J W Lindt, Frank Ernest Boyden and W Herbert Jones, January 8, 1890. Photographs registered at the Stationer's Company. Bundle of forms applying for registration for copyright. Each form provides a description of the photograph(s), together with the names and addresses of authors and copyright owners. Copyright owner of work: J W Lindt, Frank Ernest Boyden and W Herbert Jones, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Copyright author of work: J W Lindt, Melbourne, Australia. Form completed 8 January 1890. Registration stamp: 18 March 1890. Date of agreement or assignment: 8 January 1890. Names of parties to agreement: J W Lindt, Frank Ernest Boyden and W Herbert Jones.
AIF Project, Herbert William JONES Regimental number 18575 Religion Presbyterian Occupation Chemist Address Surrey Hills, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 30 Next of kin Mother, Mrs M Jones, 20 Norris Street, Surrey Hills, Victoria Enlistment date 22 August 1916 Rank on enlistment Staff Sergeant Unit name Staff Sergeant Dispensers AWM Embarkation Roll number 26/108/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A34 Persic on 29 August 1917 Rank from Nominal Roll Warrant Officer (Class II) Unit from Nominal Roll Australian Army Medical Corps Fate Returned to Australia 15 January 1919
'Lindt, John William (18451926)', by Valerie Frost, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 5, Melbourne University Press, 1974, pp 89-90.
The Argus, Tue 8 Jul 1930, p 8. Transcript: Mr Frank Boyden, chairman of directors of Rapid Electrical and General Heaters Ltd, and senior member of the firm of Boyden Sons and Co, public accountants, who was injured in a street accident on June 26, died in the Sydney Hospital on Saturday. He was aged 72 years.
The Argus, Sat 3 Oct 1931, p 17. Hot Water Jug. Dispute Over Patent Rights. Described as a simple and efficient heating device in which the heating elemnt was brought into direct contact with the liquid. (Rapid Electrical and General Heaters Ltd vs. Orbit Electric Co Ltd; for infringement of patent rights. High Court Appeal found in favour of Rapid Electric).
 The Argus, Thu 16 Dec 1920, p 5. St. Patrick's College, East Melbourne. The annual speech night of St. Patrick's College, held in the Cathedral Hall, Brunswick street, Fitzroy, on Tuesday, was largely attended. Amongst those present were Very Rev. J. Barry, administrator; Very Rev. E. Boylan, S.J., rector of St. Patrick's College; Very Rev. J. Sullivan, S.J., rector of Xavier College, Kew; and Senator Keating.... Addresses were also delivered by Dr. M. MacGillicuddy, president of St. Patrick's Old Collegians, and the Rev. Father Barry.
The Argus, Tue 22 Sept 1925, p 16. Newman Society "At Home". Dr and Mrs Maurice MacGillicuddy and members of the Newman Society, of which Dr MacGillicuddy is president, will hold an at home in the Ormond Hall on Thursday evening...
"Eighty Odd Years in Hollywood: Memoir of a career in Film and Television", 2004, John Mereyth Lucas (husband of Joan MacGillicuddy aka Joan Winfield).
 A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry (1891), John Bernard Burke and Ashworth P Burke, p 166 (aka Burke's Colonial Gentry. Covering the lineages of many of the leading colonial families of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the West Indies, South Africa, and other parts of the British Empire.) Transcript: DICKSON, RAYNES WAITE, Esq. of Arnside, Domain-road, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, president of the Law Institute of Victoria, and advocate of the diocese of the Church of England, Melbourne ; b. 13th August, 1844; m. 20th October, 1870, Elizabeth, daughter of William and Elizabeth Kiddle, of Somersetshire, England, and has issue, I. Raynes Waite Stanley, b. 11th November, 1871.
William Dickson, Esq. of Anfield Lodge, near Liverpool, England; m. 27th January, 1801, Frances Rickets, daughter of Raynes Barrett Waite, Esq. of Blue Hole and Moreland Estates, Montego Bay, Jamaica, who was lineally descended from Colonel Sir Thomas Wayte, the youngest of the twelve judges who condemned King Charles I to death. Colonel Wayte was one of the first settlers in Jamaica, where he acquired considerable property. Mr. Dickson, d. 1st September, 1847 (his wife having predeceased him on the 2nd April, 1842), leaving one son, who resided at Ashmeadow House, Arnside, Moreeambe Bay, co. Westmoreland, England, and who m. 4th June, 1835, and d. at Leipsie, 10th October, 1869, having had by his wife (who d. at Bootje, near Liverpool, eo. Lancaster, 22nd April, 1850), i. Raynes Waite, now of Arnside, South Yarra; ii. Frances Anne, m. the Rev. Mathew Henry Martin, and has issue three sons and two daughters; iii. Elizabeth Waite, deceased; iv. Agnes Hannah, unm. Crest used A bear's head, muzzled. Residence Arnside, Domain-road, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
'Howse, Sir Neville Reginald (18631930)', by A. J. Hill, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 9, Melbourne University Press, 1983, pp 384-386
The Argus, Sat 16 Apr 1932 p21, Transcript: Engagement Announced. The engagement is announced of Miss Eril Howse, eldest daughter of Lady Howse and the late Sir Neville Howse, VC, and Mr Raynes W A Dickson, elder son of Mr and Mrs Raynes Dickson, of Toorak. [image]
The Argus, Tue 16 Aug 1932 p5, Transcript: Mrs Raynes Dickson. At St John's Church of England Toorak, yesterday, Miss Eril Howse, eldest daughter of Lady Howse and the late Sir Neville Howse, VC, was married to Mr Raynes Waite Dickson, elder son of Mr and Mrs Raynes Dickson, of Lansell road, Toorak. The bride is seen in her bridal gown. [image]
The Argus, Sat 25 Feb 1933 p 21, City Council Poll. Mr Raynes Dickson Wins. Elected for LaTrobe Ward.
The Argus, Tue 4 Sep 1928 p 10, Personal Notices, obituary for Raynes Waite Dickson (18441928).
 The Argus, Wed 17 Jun 1931, p 4. Transcript: SIR JOHN GRICE'S HOME. No Offer at Auction. At Arnold House, Queen street, yesterday, K. Gardner and Lang Pty. Ltd. and Sydney Arnold, Best, and Company offered at auction Coolullah, Williams Road, South Yarra, the home of Sir John Grice, The property was offoied under instructions from the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co. Ltd. It has an area of 3 acres 2 roods 17 perches and has a frontage of 280ft 5in. to Williams Road. The residence is two storied brick and stucco. The attendance at the sale was limited, and, no offer being received, the property was passed in. There was a reserve of £18,000.
The Argus, Wed 9 May 1928, p 20. Part transcript: ATHENAEUM CLUB PROPERTY. AGAIN OFFERED AT AUCTION. Passed in at £85,000. The Athenæum Club propery in Collins street, near Elizabeth street, was offered at auction yesterday by Sydney C. Arnold Best, and Co. and K. Gardner and Lang. The building is substantial...
'Gardner, John (1809 - 1899)', by Dirk Van Dissel, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 4, Melbourne University Press, 1972, p. 230.
'Lang, Gideon Scott (1819 - 1880)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 2, Melbourne University Press, 1967, pp 75-76.
'Clarke, Sir Rupert Turner Havelock (18651926)', by R. J. Southey, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 8, Melbourne University Press, 1981, pp 16-18.
Melbourne Mansions Database, Mile Lewis, Arnside. Argus, 27 May 1884, p 3 LT tenders for addns & altns to Arnside, Domain Rd, SY, for R W Dickson S&M 1882, 1883 Dickson, Raines W (Klingender, Charsley & Dickson) hon sec to the Society for the Assistance of Persons of Education, p.r.'Arnside', Domain Rd, SY (Dickson is not listed in location) S&M 1884, 1885 Dickson, George L, Domain Rd, SY (nw cnr Walsh St) S&M 1886 Dickson, Raynes W, Domain Rd west, (nw cnr Walsh St) S&M 1895 Dickson, Raynes W, 88 Domain Rd west, (nw cnr Walsh St) S&M 1904 Grice, John, 'Arnside', Domain Rd, South Yarra [qv]. Online
"John Monash, Engineering Enterprise prior to WW1" web site, "Arnside" Stables. The client was Sir Rupert Clarke of South Yarra, the architect "Colonel" Tunbridge, and the general contractors Macpherson & Lewis of Middle Brighton. Laing, Fairway and Monash all had a hand in the computations early in June 1909. Online
 Melbourne Mansions Database, Mile Lewis. Various ownerships referred to in main text.
Coolart, Luxton Drive, off Sandy Point Rd, Somers (Hastings). Owners: Grimwade, Frederick S [1895- ]; Luxton, Tom [c 1937- 1967- ]; Victorian Government [?1977- ]. Poynter, Mr Felton's Bequests, p 44: in 1895 Grimwade acquired Coolart. Coolart [brochure]: The original homestead, later 'barracks', dates from the 1860s, of bricks made from clay from Coolart lagoon. The main homestead was built about 1896 or 1897 and has 27 rooms, roof of slate and galvanised iron on jarrah frame, building materials mostly brought from Melbourne by 'oxen cart'. Forty years later bught by Tom Luxton of McEwans (who created islands for ibis during the 1967 drought). Bought by Victoirian Government, ?1977.
Oma (Sommariva, Nareeb). 170 Kooyong Rd, Malvern (?formerly 116) e side, through to Albany Rd. Owners: Beale, Octavius Charles [1888-1890] Grice, John [1890- 1892-] Catto, John [-1892-] Grice, James Simmonds. Still standing. Argus, 2 June 1888, p 19. WS. Tenders wanted for large brick residence and stabling at Toorak for O C Beale.Sutherland, Vic & Met, II, p 639 - contracts in hand by Robert Gamlin include house of O Beale, Toorak. Argus, 26 April 1890, p 3. Extensive auction notice for 'Sommariva', the mansion of Octavius Beale on 5.5.acres with frontages to Boundary & Albany Rds, Toorak. Designed by William Salway, and is '..a masterpiece of Italian domestic architecture, in the style developed by Palladio.' Dimensions of major rooms given. Many house & garden features described, including ceilings to the ground floor rooms, & also the cortile & galleries which are of wrought zinc from Aix-la-Chapelle. Australasian, 13 Aug [?1892], p 332 - 'Oma' in Boundary or Kooyong Rd, 500 yards from Malvern Rd, built for OC Beale to design of WS, bought by John Grice who is at present with his wife in England, temporarily occ by JC; fine well-planted grounds, handsome elaborate scrollwork gates in ornamental brick walls, serpentine drive, French style house with red granite pillars, ceilings, cornices &c of thin metalwork like repoussé. Ixion, 'A Saunter ..', Australasian, 30 July 1892, p 232 -'A five minutes' walk along the Malvern-road westwards [from Stonnington & Moorakyne] brings us to the Boundary or Kooyong road. The corner house is Carmyle, Mr. Colin Simson's, and next but one to it in the Kooyong-road going north is Oma, occupied by Mr. Catto, the owner, Mr. James Grice, being at present in England. After Oma comes Wombelana [ie Wombelano]...'
Paxton plan p 6 shows Oma', James [sic] Grice, renamed as 'Nareeb"
Moorakyne, Glenferrie Rd, Malvern (north side of the residence Stonnington). Owners: Grice, Sir John; Kelly, Bowes [1902-]. S&M 1890 (1st entry) Grice, John, Glenferrie Rd, Malvern (east side, bet Toorak Rd & Malvern Rd). Demolished. Ixion, 'A Saunter ..', Australasian, 30 July 1892, p 232 - 'The two large houses facing each other in Glenferrie-road and standing sideways to the thoroughfare were built by Mr. John Wagner and Mr. John Grice. The first is known as Moorakyne and the second Stonington [sic]. They form such a notable landmark in the district, and their position and the view beyond is so much admired ... Stonington. ... Facing Mr. Wagner's house is Mr. John Grice's, the earlier built of the two. It also is in the French Renaissance style, only of a severer type. The parapets and low roofs are in marked contrast to those of Stonington. There are 24 rooms in the house. The hall is 40ft x 23ft, drawingroom 25ft x 23ft., diningroom 19ft x 26ft. The verandah and balcony are 12ft.wide, and are laid with Minton tiles. The bedrooms are approached by the main staircase, elaborate in detail, and constructed of cedar and blackwood[.] They are reached by a balcony which runs round the main hall. The railing fence is common to both buildings, and is of cast iron on a brick base. Mr Charles D'Ebro was architect for both houses.' Argus, 28 Mar 1936, p 20 - Moorakyne, the 40 rm mansion once owned by the late Sir John Grice, about to be demolished. Lewis & Aitken, Malvern Her Study, np sv Waiora - Bowes Kelly moved from Waiora to Moorakyne in 1902; ibid, §2.1; §§2.8, 2.11 - subdivided 1932. Australasian, 15 June 1901, p 1328. Toorak & Malvern properties that have changed hands in the past fortnight 'Moorakyne', purchased by Mr Bowes-Kelly.
Rosemount, 112 Kooyong Rd, Caulfield, se cnr Balaclava Rd. Owners: Howitt, Dr Godfrey [1869-1873] Grice, James & Annie [c 1879 - 1882 -] Connelly, Miss (girls college) King, Thomas King, Mrs [-1933-] Mirfield, Professor Hall, Sir William & Lady Hall, Lady [-1989-] Mullavy, Terry & Jennifer. Ref: Henderson, Pioneer Families, pp 505-6 - James Grice, son of Richard & Anne, in 1876 married Annie Ruth, daughter of T J Sumner. Children (i) Richard Sumner, b 'Longfield', South Yarra, 1876. (ii) Hubert James, b 'Longfield', South Yarra, June 1878, died July 1878. (iii) John Egbert, b 'Rosemount', Caulfield, 1880, (iv) Geoffrey, b 'Rosemount', Caulfield, 1882. (v) Claude Sumner, b Brunswick, 1886. (i) Annie Sumner, b 'Rosemount', Caulfield.
115 Victoria Pde, Fitzroy (n side betw Young & Napier Sts, originally large property through to ne cnr Young St). Owners Grice, Richard ; Melbourner Deutscher Turn Verein [-1919]. [Title page missing; 1851 directory] Grice, Richard, merchant; residence, William St. MCC [Burchett index] Notice of Intent to Build, 1 Apr 1851, no 230, house, Victoria St; bldr Brown & Ramsden; archt George Wharton; owner Richard Grice. Melbourne Herald, 17 Oct 1854, p 2 - Charles Webb calls tenders for boundary walls, conservatory, iron palisading at res of R Grice, Collingwood (also, loc cit, CW tenders for finishing 3 st house in Victoria Pde). MCC [Burchett Index] Notice of Intent to Build, 31 Oct 1854, no 1888, a conservatory, Victoria Pde; bldr Linacre & Williams, Melbourne; owner R Grice. ML file. List of Improved & Unimproved Property 30 Nov 1854. [Originally 31 Victoria Pde.] Richard Grice. Stone & brick house, 18 rooms, brick kitchen, detached brick wash house and convenience, large yard, garden, 132 ft frontage to Victoria Pde. Sinclair, Beauties, refers to Mr Grice; Tanner’s Directory 1859, p 146 has Richard Grice in Victoria Pde, Collingwood. Fiona Grice advises, 1995, that the family believe the house to have dated from before 1850. Henderson, Pioneer Families, p 504 - In 1850 Richard Grice built a large family residence in Victoria Parade, site of Commonwealth Note Office, and thirteen years later built 'Manyung' at Mornington. He died at 87 Victoria Parade in 1882. TS Note: Evidence given in Commonwealth Parliamentary Public Works Committee hearing into the construction of the Commonwealth note printing works in June 1919 states that the old building on the site is believed to have been originally the residence of Sir John [sic] Grice and has recently been used as clubrooms of the Turn Verein Society.
Manyung, Mornington. Owners Grice, Richard [c1863-]; Grice, Mrs Richard. Henderson, Pioneer Families, p 564 - In 1850 Richard Grice built a large family residence in Victoria Parade, site of Commonwealth Note Office, and thirteen tears later built 'Manyung' at Mornington. Rogers, History of Mornington Peninsula, p 34 - F A Gillett [?sic] [?confusion with Sunnyside] designed ‘Manyung’ (‘Norman Lodge’), c 1860. Casey, An Austr Story, p 190 - Alice Ryan visits Mrs Richard Grice at Manyung, mother of James - solid turreted bldg. Diane Langmore, Glittering Surfaces, p 17 - Mrs R G at Manyung, mother-in-law of Annie Grice at Moondah. My slide notes say probably JM Barry, late 1860s. TS Note: George Wharton is possibly the architect of Manyung as he designed Richard Grice's Victoria Pde house and was the architect for Grice Sumner & Co's store in Flinders St in 1857.
'Leighwood', Orrong Rd, Toorak (west side on the Yarra. Original address Gardiner's Creek Rd). House faces north west, tennis court north west of house. Entrance at cnr of Grange Rd, (on or near sw cnr Douglas St). Argus, 24 Nov 1888, p 2. Extensive ad for the sale of the furniture of John Grice, at his residence 'Leighwood', Orrong Rd.
Moondah, Kunyung Road, Mornington. (Manyung Staff College) Owners: Grice, James & Annie. Still standing. BEMJ 29 Sep 1888, supp 5 - William Salway, tenders for altns to res for James Grice, Mornington. Argus, 22 Sept 1888, p 23. W Salway, tenders wanted for extensive additions at Mornington for James Grice. Vic Rep Men, 71-2. Henderson, Pioneer Families, p 505. James Grice, son of Richard & Anne, in 1876 married Annie Ruth, daughter of T J Sumner; died at 'Moondah', Mount Eliza, 1932. Casey, An Austr Story, p 190-1 - feud between Sumners & Grices, parents didn’t visit Moondah, but she did, and describes it. Diane Langmore, Glittering Surfaces, p 17 - Annie Grice, sister of Alice Ryan (Maie Casey's family) at Moondah (daughter-in-law of Mrs Richard Grice at Manyung). My slides have a ref to work by Salway 1885 and 1888 - check the former. Images: Vic Rep Men, 71-2; ML slides of exterior & gatehouse. Airspy photo at SLV, identified by MBL 1997. HBV , p 162.
Bella Vista (Atta Vista) 389393 Alma Rd, Caulfield (sw cnr Bella Vista Rd. MMBW ref). Owner: Grice, John [-1888]
Eyrecourt, Berwick. Beaumont, Early Days of Berwick, p 31: Richard Grice owned Eyrecourt. He was a councillor of Cranbourne, and a tablet to his memory was put up in 1912. The property was later acquired by Alex Pearson (son of William Pearson of Kilmany Park), then by Lionel Grimwade.
Balclutha, 17 Como St, Alphington. Owner: Peter J Fanning [1888-]. Argus, 24 Nov 1888, p 10. G R Johnson. Tenders wanted for brick villa at Alphington for P J Fanning. Melbourne Times, 26 Oct 1994, p 17- built by Peter Fanning 1889, modernised features described. Allan Willingham, verbally - terra cotta lumber partitions.
Also note: Darebin Historical Encyclopedia, City of Darebin Library "Balclutha" at 17 Como Street, Alphington, was built c1889 for Peter Fanning. At the time, Alphington was part of Heidelberg. Fanning was properous during the 1850s to 1878, was elected to the Heidelberg Road Board in 1868, the Shire Council in 1871 and to the Shire Presidency in 1877. The house is possibly a design of the architects, Twentyman and Askew, Fanning living there until his death in 1905. The second owner was fruit merchant, Edwin Mason. It has been classified by The National Trust. Online
Fairholm (later Holmwood), 61- 67 Alexandra St, St Kilda (originally sw cnr Alma Rd & Alexandra St. Vicinity Wavenhoe & Mooltan Av and Sunhill Crt). Owners: Fanning, Edward [1885- 1890-] Clark, George [-1897-] Falkiner, R S [-1925]. Argus, 17 Jan 1925, p 2. Auction notice. Fairholm, res of R S Falkiner, Alexandra St (cnr Alma Rd), St Kilda. House originally built by Mr Fanning. Site has 500' frontage to Alexandra St, 244' along Alma Rd. S&M 1885 [1st listing] Fanning, Edward, Alexander [sic] St, (sw cnr Alma Rd), Caulfield S&M 1888, 1890 Fanning, Edward (Fanning & Co), Alexandra St, St Kilda (sw cnr Alma Rd) S&M 1897 Clark, George, Alexandra St, St Kilda (sw cnr Alma Rd) S&M 1920 Falkner [sic], Ralph S, 37 Alexandra St (sw cnr Alma Rd) Nat Trust photo in submission to HBC hearing on 'Koonwarra' gives the address of a house called 'Holmwood' as 67 Alexandra St, St Kilda and dates it c1890. TS Note: 'Holmwood' & 'Fairholm' are the same house. Andrew Ward, City of Port Phillip Heritage Review;1998; ii, np. 'Holmwood', 61 [sic] Alexandra St, constructed 1888, added to extensively around the turn of the century.
Charnwood House, Charnwood Grove, St Kilda. Owners: Octavius Browne, Matthew Hervey MLC, Edward Fanning, David Moore. Church of England Messenger, I, 1850 [??], p 91 - site of St Kilda church granted directly in front of the residence of O Brown Esq. Melbourne Herald, 7 Dec 1850, p 3 - tenders for quarrying & carting bluestone rubble from land of O B by S J; Melb Her, 22 May 1851, p 2 - tenders for residence &c for OB by S J. Uhl, Woman of Importance, pp 17, 20. Early 1851, Hugh C E & Emily Childers living at St Kilda . Neighbour is Octavius Browne: 'a great part of St Kilda belongs to him.'. Diary entry for 10 Dec 1853; '..went over Mr O Browne's new residence'. Argus, 6 April 1854, p 4 - fine mansion lately built by O Browne sold with13 acres to M Hervey for £30,000; Sinclair, Beauties - 'Crowning the highest hill of St. Kilda ... the magnificent mansion ... one of the most noble looking and tastefully built in the colony ... Large iron gates at the entrance ...’; Argus, 1 September 1866, p 3 - auction notice of Charnwood House, now in occupancy of MH, with room dimensions; TS Note: The following reference may refer to Charnwood House. Cooper, The History of St Kilda, i, p 233. A photograph of the house of H Moore was among those sent in 1873 to the Vienna Exhibition illustrating palatial homes of the borough. Annotation by Raggatt identifies this as Vardy plan No. 1 N W , lot 189. Argus, 11 Mar 1876, p 2 - auction of newly built 'cottage res', Charnwood, opposite the residence of the Hon D Moore: described. TS Note: This is a small cottage which is almost certainly given a location name of Charnwood, as it is opposite the residence of Hon D Moore, which is Charnwood House. Is it is not R J Paling's Charnwood [qv] which is nearby. S&M 1882 Fanning, Edward, 'Charnwood', High St, St Kilda Argus, 31 Mar 1885, p 8 - auction of house opposite splendid mansion of MH, recently known as that of OB [NB implies original house still standing] BEMJ, 5 May 1900, p 134 - Lloyd Tayler, 'Early & Later Melb Architects', SJ designed 'Charnwood' for Octavius Browne, at that time the most important residence, and the first roofed in tiles. Later it became the residence of the well-known merchant Mr David Moore. Argus, 20 June 1936, p 8. States that Charnwood [sic] was built by Matthew Hervey in 1855. House originally had main entrance gates on ne cnr Alma Street & High St, with winding drive to house. House remains unaltered but grounds have been subdivided. Charnwood was the temporary home of the new governor Sir Charles Manners Sutton when he arrived in 1866. Iron fence along Alma & High pulled down and replaced with decorative wrought iron border at this time. Michie, Hervey & Ireland owned the three largest properties on the north side of Alma Rd and soon attracted other political and legal figures to the area. Hervey died in March 1874.
 Melbourne Mansions Database, Mile Lewis. Note: Source material for Buckley, Grice and Langley and the founding of St Catherine's School, Toorak. Robert Reid purchased Buckley and Nunn from Mars Buckley whose home, Beaulieu, later became St Catherines School. Miss Flora Templeton and Miss Minnie Langley owned the property from 1922 and Sir John and Lady Grice were among the signatories to a prospectus for the re-establishment of St Catherine's at Beaulieu in 1922, which Minnie and Norah Langley had first established at Blair House.
Woolton, Coolullah. 271 Williams Rd, Hawksburn, west side, probable location south of current Coolullah Av. House, large cellar, stables, very deep block. Owners: Bullen, George [1891- 1901-]; Aronson, Saul P [-1898-]; Sargood, Alfred H [-1903- 1905]; Grice, Sir John [1901?- 1920-]. Description of house & site by Maree Hayes indicates that this large house is the same as 'Quamby' on undated subdv map held by Amanda Ryan, but can't be as S&M 1900 lists both 'Woolton' & 'Quamby' in different ownerships. Current Quamby Av is immediately to the south. BEMJ, 21 Feb 1891, supp p 7 - PET accepts tender for 2 srt brick res for GB, Toorak. S&M 1893 (first entry) Bullen, George, Williams Rd., Hawksburn (sw cnr Toorak Rd.) S&M 1898, Aronson, Saul P, 'Woolton ', Williams Rd. S&M 1900, 1901 Bullen, George , solicitor (Bullen & Carter), 'Woolton ', Williams Rd. S&M 1903,1905 Sargood, Alfred H, 'Woolton ', Williams Rd. Same property is S&M 1906, 1907, 1909 Grice, J, 'Coolullah' , Williams Rd [near sw cnr Toorak Rd] S&M 1910 Grice, J, 267 Williams Rd [near sw cnr Toorak Rd] S&M 1920 Grice, Sir John, 267 Williams Rd [near sw cnr Toorak Rd] According to Kelly Cheales (researching 'Moorakyne', 1998), the Grices moved to 'Coolullah', South Yarra, on the sale of Moorakyne in 1901. Presumably this is the site of the present Coolullah Ave, and the house would have fronted Williams Rd. S&M 1901, 1902, 1903 Grice not found. S&M 1904 Grice, John, 'Arnside', Domain Rd, South Yarra [qv] Melbourne University Archives, Sydney Arnold & Co real estate pamphlet collection, book 10 Nov 1933 - 31 May 1939, p99. Auction leaflet, photo. 'Coolullah', 271 Williams Rd, res of the late Sir John Grice, description. Also sale of furnishings. D E & I V Hansen [ed], St Catherine's - A Centenary Celebration 1896-1996, pp 23-26. Sir John & Lady Grice, of 'Coolullah' were among the signatories to a prospectus for the establishment of St Catherine's [at Beaulieu qv] in 1922. It had been designed for solicitor George Bullen by Philip Treeby in 1891. Mary Grice, grand-daughter of Sir John & Lady Grice, recalls the house, when looking at it from the street, had a small round turret on the left, and ver & balc to the front & north sides. The grounds of 3 acres included a croquet lawn & tennis court.
Blair House, Williams Rd, Hawksburn [between Malvern & Toorak Rds]. Owners: Langley, Ruth & Norah. Chatham, Across the Slate, p 58 - St Catherines School opened by Ruth & Norah Langley at Blair House, Williams Rd [betw Malvern & Toorak Rds], then in 1922 moved to Beaulieu.
Beaulieu (Kilbride, St Catherine’s, Sherren House), 17 Heyington Place, Toorak (1858). House faces east and north; still standing. Three ferneries in garden north of house. Tennis court, pavilions and conservatory south of house. (MMBW) Owners: Daugleish, Henry William [1858-] Buckley, Mars [1863-1905] ?Buckley's widow MacKinnon, Lauchlan Kenneth Scobie [1911-1922] Templeton, Miss Flora & Miss Minnie Langley [1922-]. Argus, 19 June 1858, p 6 - P&S call tenders for house & offices near Toorak for HWD; 3 Feb 1871, p 3 - JMB extensive additions to villa at Toorak for MB [Note also P & S tenders 25 Nov 1857 for bluestone store in William St for Raleighs Daugleish White & Co]. Argus, 23 April 1881, p 2. Auction notice for furniture of Mars Buckley, who is about to leave for England, at Beaulieu, Toorak. BEMJ, 25 Jan 1890, supp p 5 - S&J tenders for granite piers & iron entrance gate for res of MB, Toorak; 6 Sep 1890, p 309 - described. Ixion, 'A Saunter ..', Australasian, 30 July 1892, p 232 .. 'the fine mansion and grounds of Beaulieu, owned by Mr. Mars Buckley. The garden is always a grand sight, and at all seasons is full of the choicest flowers. The interior is very comfortable and artistic, and the entrance-gates are extremely handsome.' Aust Home Beaut, Feb 1935, pp 26-31 [R H Alsop] remodelling, stables & gardener's cottage, St Catherine's School, 31 Heyington Pl, Trk HBV 144; Vic Rep Men, 78-9; Paxton, Toorak, 17 map. Sylvia Black [Meares], 'Sherren House', Bulletin [St Catherine's Old Girls Association], 1995, p 4 - 1855 Henry William Daugleish, merchant, bought 5.1/2 acres in Heyington Place; 1858 he commissioned P & S to build a 15 rm villa which he called Beaulieu. He got into debt and his trustees sold it. MB bought the property in 1863 for £4,100 and lived there until his death in 1905. JMB did extensive additions in 1871, but the council description remains unchanged [?maybe not executed]. In the early 1880s CAdE transformed the house and by 1884 it had 30 rooms. William Sangster did the garden [apparently before 1879]. 'Ixion' in the Australasian, 30 July 1892, discusses the garden. There was an asphalt tennis court, spectators; pavilion, a hexagonal pavilion or summerhouse, duckponds and stables. Gates by S&J originally painted copper colour with gold leaf highlights. 1911 Lauchlan [sic?] Kenneth Scobie Mackinnon bought Beaulieu with 8.5 acres and renamed it Kilbride after his birthplace on Skye, and engaged K&A for renovations of 1915-17 [some account of these]. Mackinnon sold to his cousin Miss Langley and Miss Templeton in 1922. Lane & Serle, Australians at Home, pp 289-90 - begun in 1863, added to in 1871, decorated by S A Paterson c 1881 Context, Conservation Review, Prahran, II, pp 31-5 - Buckley owned a 15 rm house on this site by 1863; in 1881 decorator S A Paterson called tenders for the decoration [Argus, 4 Aug 1881]; between 1877 and 1884 the value junps from £400 to £1,200 and it has 30 rooms; MMBW 1895 plan shows it extending to Toorak Rd; c 1904 Georgian redecoration; MB died 1905, widow stayed on; acq 1911 by LSMacK who renamed it Kilbride, c 1915 refurbished internally by K & A; 1922 bought by Templeton & Langley for their girls school, founded in Castlemaine; alterations by C & M 1920s; loggias infilled by MSM 1964, other work by McG & E 1978. Chatham, Across the Slate, p 58 - St Catherine's School, founded in Castlemaine. moved to Blair House, Williams Rd, in 1920, then to LKSMcK's Kilbride in 1922. NOTE: Paxton, Toorak, p 17, shows separately Buckley's 'Beaulieu' and Mackinnon's 'Kilbride' to its south.
Jura Villa, Grey St, 36 [ne cnr Dalgety St] S&M 1900 Clegg, Wiliam H, 36 Grey St [ne cnr Dalgety St]
Mitiamo, St Kilda Rd (sw cnr Lorne St, former Fraser St) S&M 1903 Clements, Mrs Clara, 'Mitiamo', St Kilda Rd. S&M 1910 Clegg, W Hammond, 'Mitiamo', St Kilda Rd.
Illawarra, Hotham St, Caulfield (east side, vicinity Denman Ave. MMBW ref) Appears to be S&M 1885 - 1888 Innes, F, Hotham St (se cnr Balaclava Rd) Argus, 1 Nov 1890, p 1. Birth of a son to the wife of Frederick Thonemann, at 'Illawarra', Balaclava. S&M 1890 Thonemann, Frederick (stock & share broker), Hotham St, St Kilda (se cnr Balaclava Rd) TS Note: From MMBW & S&M, this is almost certainly 'Springfield' qv.
The Palms, Alma Rd, Caulfield (near cnr Orrong Rd; ne cnr Alma Rd & Collin St, east boundary vic Alma Tennis & Bowling Club, Palm Ave through property. MMBW ref) Argus, 3 Feb 1883, p 3. Sale of furniture at 'The Palms', the res of Louis Thoneman, Alma Rd, near cnr Orrong Rd. S&M 1883 Thoneman , Louis (Lange & Thoneman), Austrian Consul, Orrong Rd, Caulfield (no location identifiable) SLV Vale map collection, 'Farrbrae' Estate subdiv plan [of 1879], shows Thonemann at this location.
Critchill, Brighton Rd St Kilda [west side bet Dickens St & Milton St] TS Note: Identifiable as Vardy 1873 plan 10 SW lot 2 annotated by Raggattt in the name of C Burghoff. S&M 1870 Berghoff, Charles [of Berghoff & Touzel, tobacconists, 13 Collins St west], Brighton Rd [no location identifiable] S&M 1886 Scratchley, Sir Peter, Brighton Rd, East St Kilda [west side approx midway bet Dickens St & Milton St, to the immediate north of Mrs Louisa Thonemann qv] S&M 1887 ,1889 Wallace, Hon John A, Brighton Rd, East St Kilda [west side approx midway bet Dickens St & Milton St, to the immediate north of Mrs Louisa Thonemann qv] S&M 1891 [govt section] Wallace, John A, MLC, 'Critchill', Brighton Rd, East St Kilda [west side approx midway bet Dickens St & Milton St]
Norla, Irving Rd, Toorak. Owner: Fraser, Senator [Sir] Simon TS Note: Info from rate books via Di Foster indicates that this house was previously 'Staunton' by Leonard Terry qv. BEMJ, 14 Dec 1889, supp p 5 - OAK tenders for addns & altns to res of Hon SF, Irving Rd, Trk Vic Rep Men, 41-2; Cannon, Land Boom, p 226. Leavitt & Lilburn, Jub Hist, II, pt V, unpag for Fraser Paxton plans p 7 shows Norla on east side of Irving Rd in the name of Sir Simon Fraser. [TS Note: Fraser lives at St Kilda until c1887, and then he moves to 'Inverbreakie' q.v. Previous ownership of 'Norla' can't be confidently traced through directories but Fraser possibly takes up the house previously occupied by Octavius Beale, prior to his move to 'Oma' q.v. This is possibly also the house owned by John McVean from c1878. Mc Vean is the only listing for Irving Rd in this year, but the are clearly earlier houses with other addresses which later acquire an Irving Rd address.] Argus, 16 Jan 1934, p 5. 'Norla', one of the first houses in Irving Rd and the home of the Fraser family for 70 [sic] years, is to be demolished.
Moss Villa, also Caenwood (S&M) (Charnwood (MMBW)) Tennyson St, St Kilda (south angle John St. Owners: Curry [?Currie], Captain Smith, Capt William Howard, senr [-1868] Greig, Mrs E D Booth, John. S&M 1868 Smith, William H Senr, merchant, Moss Villa, Tennyson St, St Kilda [ Capt WH Smith listed in location section on south side, no precise location identifiable. No other WH Smith in Tennyson St.] S&M 1869 Smith, William H Senr, merchant and Sydney Steam Ship office, Tennyson St, St Kilda Capt W H Smith jnr is in Darling St, South Yarra] S&M 1873, 1877, 1881, Smith, Capt William H, Tennyson St [sw cnr Byron St] S&M 1885, Greig, Mrs E D, Tennyson St [sw cnr Byron St] S&M 1890, 1897 Booth, John, Tennyson St (sw cnr John St) S&M 1903, 1905, 1910 Booth, John 'Caenwood'(sic), Tennyson St (sw cnr John St) Selby, Old Pioneers' History, p 356. Howard Smith lived in a house at St Kilda called 'Caenwood', built by Captain Curry, one of the oldest of the better class houses of the suburb. TS Note: Examination of MMBW would clarify whether this is the house in approx the same location as the house annotated W H Smith on 1873 Vardy plan 13 S W, lot 24 in Raggatt, 'St Kilda'. Raggatt notes that the house appears on the Cox survey of 1864.
'Currie, Archibald (1830 - 1914)', by J. Ann Hone, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 3, Melbourne University Press, 1969, pp 509-510.
Hanau (Hannau Hannan Tahara) 16 Moule Ave, St Kilda [orig Beach Ave, west side, south of 'Koolgarra'. Ver & balc to south & west of house.] Owners Kitz, Charles [1892-6] Kitz, Louisa & Paul Juliua [1896-1901] Buley, Ernest C  Albert, Mrs [1898-9] Smith, William Howard [1900- 1901] Kitz, Louisa [1901-2] Kitz executors: Adrian Charles Akhurst, & Henry Geary Marriott [1903-5] Davidson, W H [1902 - 1905] TS Note: From Sydney Arnold & Co real estate leaflet, clearly a c1870s house but can't be positively identified in S&M before Smith [Note: from Barrett information below it must be presumed to be c 1892] S&M 1900 Smith, William Howard, 'Hanau', Beach Ave [no side given] S&M 1903, 1905 Davidson, W, 'Hanau', Beach Ave [west side, extreme south end] S&M 1920 Johnson, J L, 'Hanau', Beach Ave [west side, extreme south end] MU Archives, Sydney Arnold & Co real estate leaflet collection, book May 1924 - Aug 1928, p 182. Auction leaflet 15 April 1926, 'Tahara', 16 Moule Ave, description of 2 storey house on site with frontage to the beach. Peter Barrett advises, January 2005, that: Occupants (from S&M to 1974) were: 1892 , first listing, vacant 1893 - 1896, Charles Kitz: Kitz owned the house from 1891 up until his death in 1896. Between 1888 and 1891 Kitz had owned the land on which the house was built with Paul Julius Kitz 1897, Ernest C Buley 1898-1899, Mrs Albert 1900-1901, William Howard Smith 1902-1905, W Davidson: House called 'Hannau' between 1901 and 1902 1906-1920, James L Johnson: House called 'Hannan' between 1903 and 1920 1921, Sydney Fox 1922 -1923 , vacant: street name changed from Beach Avenue to Moule Avenue 1924-1926, James L Johnson 1927-1934, Clement A Hack 1935-1941, Harry Kinnear 1942-1974, Andrew G Staley
Upton Hall (Namarong) c50 Hampden Rd, Caulfield (originally nw cnr Dandenong Rd. Now part of Minimbah Education Hostel. Owners: Currie, John Alcock, H U [1880- ] Langtree, Charles W [-1896- 1898-] Langtree, Mrs J [-1905-] Smith, Howard H B [-1910-] Canadian Order of Nuns. Orrong R & Hampden St] B Malone, Prahran Heritage Series No 16 notes, nd, p 6. Namarong built early 1880s for John Currie, a prominent squatter, who lived there until the early 1890s. Next occupied by Charles Langtree. Later owned by the Canadian Order of Nuns who later erected a large building to its north and sold the house which became a private residence which still stands in Hampden Road, west side TS Note: S&M indicates that the John Currie named by Malone is not the prominent squatter, [who lived in 'Eildon', qv in this period], but a wholesale grocer. Also note that Currie lived in Dandenong Rd [or vicinity of] at site that cannot be confidently established from S&M from at least 1873. (See also 'Mount Melville' ) From c1884 until his death in c1890, he lived not at this site as stated by Malone, but at 'Mount Melville'  qv, [later 'Noorilim' qv] on the opposite cnr to this site. TS Note: From S&M, this appears to previously be 'Mount Melville'  qv. Henry Upton Alcock presumably named the house 'Upton Hall'. S&M 1880 Alcock, Henry U [Alcock & Co], 'Upton Hall', Dandenong Rd [nw cnr Orrong Rd] S&M 1882, Currie, John (wholesale grocer, wine and spirit merchant), Dandenong Rd (ne cnr Hampden Rd) S&M 1885,1888 - 1896 Alcock, H U, Dandenong Rd (north side only listing bet Orrong Rd & Hampden Rd) Argus, 5 Oct 1889, p 2. Auction notice for res in Dandenong Rd, near Orrong Rd, Caulfield, opposite 'Upton Hall'. SLV Vale map collection, undated probably 1880s, for Norwood Estate subdivision, shows 'Upton Hall', res of H U Alcock, Dandenong Rd [north side, bet Argus, 22 Feb 1896, p 3. D C Askew. Tenders wanted for extra storey & tower, Armadale, for C W Langtree. S&M 1897, 1898 Langtree, Charles W, Dandenong Rd (north side only listing bet Orrong Rd & Hampden Rd) S&M 1905 Langtree, Mrs J, 'Namarong', Dandenong Rd (north side only listing bet Orrong Rd & Hampden Rd) S&M 1910 Smith, Howard H B, 'Namarong', Dandenong Rd (north side only listing bet Orrong Rd & Hampden Rd)
'Alcock, Alfred Upton (1865 1962)', by G. B. Lincolne, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 7, Melbourne University Press, 1979, pp 30-31.
 'Langley, Henry Archdall (18441906)', by I. V. Hansen, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 15, Melbourne University Press, 2000, pp 57-58.
'McComas, Jane Isabella (18641960)', by Ann G. Smith, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, pp 231-232.
 Digger Great War Index Victoria 1914-1920, State Library Victoria, Reg No 10853: Francis Joseph Mercovich born 1898 at North Fitzroy to parents Francis Joseph Mercovich and Ellen O'Keefe. Reg No 1658 Julia Mary Francis Mercovich born 1901 at Carlton; parents Francis Joseph Mercovich and Ellen O'Keefe. Reg No: 3241: Thomas Anthony Mercovich born 1896 at Fitzroy North; parents Francis Joseph Mercovich and Ellen O'Keefe.
Digger Death Index Victoria 1931-1985, State Library Victoria, Reg No 23488: Francis Joseph Mercovich died in 1967 at Malvern; parents Francis Joseph Mercovich and Ellen O'Keefe. Reg No 19819: Thomas Anthony Mercovich died in 1966 at Thornbury in Victoria aged 71 years; parents Francis Joseph Mercovich and Ellen O'Keefe.
 Digger Death Index Victoria 1931-1985, State Library Victoria, Reg No 9941: Harold William Hoyne died in 1978 at Prahran in Victoria, aged 71; parents Jeremiah Peter Hoyne and Agnes Dawson. Reg No 12286: Peter Jeremiah Hoyne died at Prahran in 1923 age 51; parents William Hoyne and Mary Ann McNamara.
Early Sustralian Electoral Rolls, Victoria, 1900. Roll no 3927 and 3928: Jeremiah Peter Hoyne and Agnes Hoyne reside at 37 Earl Street, Prahran.
AIF Project, Jeremiah Peter HOYNE, Regimental No 2682. Religion Roman Catholic Occupation Labourer Address 15 Perth Street, Prahran, Victoria Marital status Married Age at embarkation 43 Next of kin Wife, Mrs A Hoyne, 15 Perth Street, Prahran, Victoria Enlistment date 17 July 1915 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name 22nd Battalion, 6th Reinforcement AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/39/2 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A38 Ulysses on 27 October 1915 Rank from Nominal Roll Private Unit from Nominal Roll 14th Battalion Fate Returned to Australia 24 June 1916
 Duke Trophy History, by Dave Morgan, and Duke Perpetual Trophy History, by Lillian Dillon (sister of Len Duke), Australian Ice Racing Council.
 ‘Digger Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901’, State Library Victoria. Reg No : Morris Stephen Bilsborrow born 1895 at South Fitzroy, parents John Teril Bilsborrow and Lena Alexander
‘Digger Marriage Index Victoria 1921-42’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 8175: Maurice Stephen Bilsborrow married Marjorie Winifred Major in 1940
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. William Anderson Seed Bilsborrow d. 1940 age 80, Melbourne; and Margaret Shorter d. 1945 age 77, Chelsea. Reg No 18689: Marice Cecil Bilsborrow died 1983 age 82 at Preston, parents unknown.
The Argus, 20 Aug 1930, p 1, Transcript: Bilsborrow, Lena, dearly beloved wife of John Y (T?)., loving mother of Maurice, and daughter of Mrs F Alexander, who departed this life August 28, 1930 (?). Her loving memory always ours.
The Argus, Wed 23 Dec 1931 p 1, Transcript: Bilsborrow, On the 22nd December, at his residence, 67 Marine Parade, Elwood, John Teril (Youl?) Bilsborrow, relicit of the late Lena, loving father of Maurice, beloved brother of Will, loved son-in-law of Mrs F Alexander, and loved brother-in-law of Mrs H J Best (West?), aged 51 years Rest in Peace (No flowers).
The Argus, Thu 17 May 1945, p 2, Transcript: Bilsborrow, On May 15 at Carrum, Margaret Mary, late of Parlington Street, Canterbury, beloved wife of the late William A S, loved father of Harold, Ralph, Gordon and Keith, and Vera (Mrs Roy Moore).
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 709/1939: Norman Lewis Wilson Turner married Florence Booth in 1939 at Sydney, NSW. Reg No 32696/1962: Norman Lewis W Turner died in 1962 at Chatswood, NSW, parents James Arthur Turner and Emily Harriet (Lewis). Reg No 6122/1899: James A Turner married Emily H Lewis in 1899 at Marrickville. Reg No 4781/1874: James Arthur Turner born in 1874 at Refern, NSW, to parents James and Margaret.
Children of James A and Emily H Turner: Reg No 26244/1900 Dorothy M A born in 1900 at St Leonards, NSW. Reg No 9094/1902: Arthur R born in 1902 at Sydney, NSW. Reg No 34073/1904: Clarrissa born at Marrackville, NSW.
Note: Initials N L Turner appear in The Argus newspaper on Monday August 7th, 1928, source . Only native born Turner in New South Wales in time-frame.
 ''New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages', Historical Index, Reg No 7090/1923 Madelaine Uksila married Herbert C Furst at Newtown, NSW, in 1923.
The Argus, Sat 21 April 1923. p 20. Part transcript: Passengers by Niagara. Auckland, NZ, Friday. The Niagara's passengers are:....Mr J Bendrodt... Miss L Uksila...Mr C. Jackson.
Oregon WW-I Draft Registration Index, Genealogical Forum of Oregon. Online Transcript: Uksila Bob, b. 1898 County Clatsop, Reel 5, Seq 296. Uksila Charles, b. 1888 County Clackamas, Reel 3, Seq 4158. Dunderdale Thomas, b. 1898, County Portland 1, Reel 17, Seq 1918. End Transcript. Notes: Over twenty-four million American men registered for the draft for the First World War in 1917 and 1918. There were three draft registrations, which included all men residing in the US whether native born, naturalized, or alien between the ages of 18 and 45. Dunderdale was born in 1887, the same year as Charles Uksila, but his birth year was understated on the draft registration by 11 years. He turned 30 in May 1917, and since the first draft was for men aged 21 to 31, and the second in June 1918 for those who had since turned 21, he may have lowered his age to avoid a call-up. The third registration on September 12, 1918 was for men aged 18 through 45. Alternatively, this was a transcription error. Charles Uksila's birth year was also recorded wrongly, but only one year later than actual. Uksila served in the US Naval Reserve, but actual dates are not known.
Chassell Cemetery Listing, "Chassell, Michigan" web site, online. Note: this entry is included in the cemetery index but it was found in Dr. Willson's death certificate books and relates to Lake View cemetery near Calumet. Transcript: Anna Briita (ed. Britta) Uksila b. 12 Oct 1861 Finland; wife of Charles Uksila , died 16 Jul 1938 aged 76 at Chassell and was buried at Lake View (West of Calumet), Michigan. Father: O?lli M?eimala (ed. probably Leimala) born Finland.
Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, San Mateo County, CA. Extracted from the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration database dated 15 June 2006 by Joy Fisher, California Tombstone Project. Transcript: Buried together at Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, San Mateo County, CA, Section W 0 616: Charles UKSILA , US Navy, Rank Cox, b. 10/12/1887, d. 03/04/1964, buried 03/13/1964. Dorothy UKSILA, US Navy, Rank Cox, b. 04/06/1899, d.10/20/1961, buried 11/06/1961.
Interment.net, Cemetery Records Online, (2nd source to Golden Gate National Cemetery entry above ) Transcript: Uksila, Charles, b. 10/12/1887, d. 03/04/1964, COX USNRF, Plot: W 516, bur. 03/13/1964, Uksila, Dorothy , b. 04/06/1899, d. 10/20/1961, Plot: W 616, bur. 11/06/1961. These records have not been verified as accurate by the US Department of Veterans' Affairs.
Copper Country Hockey History 20032008, The Birthplace of Professional Hockey, Houghton, Michigan, web site and research by Connie Julien, Charles Uksila entry, Last visited Mar 2009, Online
Part transcript: Charles Uksila, born in Calumet (1887-1964) was the first American born hockey player to participate in the Stanley Cup playoffs, while playing for the Portland, Oregon 1915-16 PCHL team. Charles played hockey locally with the CLK teams from 1907-1911. He then played pro hockey with Detroit, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver from 1913-1920. As a youth, he was a player on both the 1910 and 1911 local Mohawk senior teams which won the Copper Country Senior Championship in those two years. In 1915-16 and 1917-18 he played with the Portland Rosebuds (the Rosebuds later moved to Chicago to become the Blackhawks) including the 1916 Pacific Coast HA All Stars games. In 1918-19, Charlie played with the Vancouver Millionaires in the Pacific Coast Hockey League with Cyclone Taylor who had played here 2 seasons on the Portage Lake team (1905 & 06). On March 17, 1916, the Portland, Oregon PCHL team made up of 9 players including Uksila, stopped off here in Houghton to play an exhibition game in the Amphidrome against a team of Northern Michigan All Stars. The game ended in a 6-7 loss for the local All Stars. The Portland team left that night for Canada where they played a series of games against Montreal for the Stanley Cup; making Charles Uksila the first American born hockey player to participate in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Charles later excelled in speed skating and skate dancing all across the Western United States and Canada. There were 14 children in the Uksila family, many of Charles siblings were performers. Charles and his sister, Lenna Uksila (1895-1956), appeared in solo and duo acts throughout the US and abroad. They had a contract for 14 weeks in Australia, where they performed; part of the contract was for Charles to coach a hockey team. After his sister married in Australia, Charles teamed with his wife, Dorothy Blunt Uksila (1899-1961), in figure skating acts, appearing at fair and in night clubs. During that time, Charles also refereed National Hockey League games. Brother Robert Uksila (born 1902) was also a hockey player then performing skate dancer with his wife...
Yahoo Groups Hockey History List, Apr 27, 2005, post by Connie Julien, Copper Country hockey historian & webmaster. Transcript: Is there a member from Australia? I am looking for info about Charles Uksila. An old letter indicates that Charles Uksila and his sister Lenna Uksila had a 14 week skating contract in Australia where they performed skating exhibits and Charles coached a hockey team. Charles had played in the PCHL 1915-19 so they must have gone to Australia after that. Any info in Australia hockey documents about Charles Uksila?
United States Federal Census, 1910 in Calumet on C Street are: Charles Uksila 49 born Finland imigrated in 1882 miner wife Annie 47, imigrated in 1881 Children all born in Mich. Henry 24, Lizzie 23, Charles Jr 22, Annie 21, William 19, Sophie 18, Eda 17, Lena 15, Olga 13, Capria? 12, Olive 9, T? 8, Eva 6, George 5.
Oakland Tribune, Wed 31 Mar 1937, p 14. Article "Figure Skaters Please Crowd". (Copy held).
1930 US Federal Census, Residence Houghton, Michigan: Elizabeth Ptritsch [Elizabeth Uksila] b. abt 1886; Anna b abt 1864 and Charles H Uksila b abt 1861; Thomas b abt 1901 and Marian b abt 1907 Uksila ; Ann J Uksila b abt 1889 residence Alameda, California.
1920 US Federal Census, Residence Houghton, Michigan: Anna b abt 1864 and Charles H Uksila b abt 1861; Elizabeth Uksial b abt 1887; Eva Uksila b abt 1903; Olive Uksila b abt 1901; George A Uksila b abt 1906; Olive b abt 1886 and Henry A Uksila b abt 1890; Maria Uksila b abt 1915
US Social Security Death Index: Olive Uksila d 1967, Houghton, Michigan; Thomas Uksila d 1965, California; Eva Uksila Semple [Eva Uksila Uksila] d 1980; George Uksila d 1942; Inez M Uksila d 1966; Lena M Uksila d 1956; Ruth Jean Uksila d 1965; Robert Uksila d 1972, Clatsop, Oregon, US.
Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935 and Seattle Passenger and Crew Lists, 1882-1957, Charles and Lena Uksila arrival Vancouver British Columbia.
California Marriage Index, 1960-1985: Suzanne Uksila married James W Farnsworth;
California Death Index, 1940-1997, Dorothy Uksila d 1961.
Oregon Death Index, 1903-98, Robert Uksila Spouse: Grettl, d 1972 Clatsop, Oregon US; John Uksila d 1930, Portland; Anna A Uksila d 1942 Portland.
Sands Directories, Sydney and NSW, 18581933, Transcript: 1925. Furst, Mrs H C, music teacher, 338 George Street (Sydney). Furst, H, Cremorne Rd, Cremorne (Sydney).
US Passport Applications 17951925. Lena Uksila born 2 May 1896, Calumet, Civil Passport, 9 Mar 1920. Residence Brooklyn, NY.
 Victorian Births Deaths and Marriages Index, Public Records Office Victoria; Birth of Thomas Dunderdale to parents Thomas Dunderdale and Elizabeth Day, 1887, Reg No. 8641.
1901 Census of Canada, living at Ontario, Canada, Thomas Dunderdale b 1887; parents Thomas Dunderdale b 1858; Elizabeth Dunderdale b 1860; siblings Henry Dunderdale b 1884; Daisy Dunderdale b 1890; and Nellie Dunderdale b 1892. The family of Joseph b 1846 and Sarah Dunderdale (b 1858) lived in the Kent District of Ontario with children Samuel R b 1883; Elizabeth b 1886; Mabel G b 1890; and Joseph J b 1893. From original form: Thomas Dunderdale immigrated in 1894; religion Methodist; father b. 3 Jul 1858, England, occupation Engineer; wife b. 1860 England; son Henry b. 7 Dec 1884, England; son Thomas b. 16 Mar 1877, Australia (incorrect; 6 May 1877); dau Nellie b. 6 Dec 1890, Australia; dau Daisy b. 29 Dec 1892, Australia.
1930 United States Federal Census, living at Cook, Illinois (Chicago), Thomas Dunderdale b 1887. Further research revealed this was a different person (Thomas J Dunderdale), died 1964, parents Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson.
1911 Census of Canada, Household at 250 Young Street Winnipeg Manitoba. Transcript: Dunderdale Thomas M Head M b. Jul 1858, age 53 Dunderdale Elizabeth F Wife M b. Jul 1851, age 50 Dunderdale Tom M Son S b. May 1887, age 24 Dunderdale Daisy F Daughter S b. Dec 1892, age 18 Gould Nellie 250 Young F Daughter M b. Dec 1890, age 20 Gould Harley M Son-in-law M b. 1885, age 25 Gould Lillian F Granddaughter S b. Apr 1911, age 7/12
1911 Census of Canada District: ON KENT (#76) Subdistrict: Dover C-8 Page 10 Dunderdale Joseph M Head M Oct 1846, age 64 Dunderdale Sarah Jane F Wife M Jul 1857, age 53 (Born in England; Immigrated in 1872?) Dunderdale Samuel Richard M Son M Feb 1883, age 28 Dunderdale Abbie Robina F Daughter-in-law M Sep 1879, age 31
1901 Census of Canada, Same address Transcript: Dunderdale Joseph M Head M Oct 23 1846, age 54 Dunderdale Sarah F Wife M Jul 8 1858, age 42 Dunderdale Samuel R M Son S Feb 8 1883, age 18 Dunderdale Elizabeth F Daughter S Sep 28 1886, age 14 Dunderdale Mabel G(?) F Daughter S Apr 8 1890, age 10 Dunderdale Joseph ? M Son S Jun 18 1893, age 8
 1901 Census of Canada, District: BC VICTORIA (#4) Subdistrict: Victoria (City/Cité) D-1 Page 15 Details: Schedule 1 Microfilm T-6429, Household 142 Bendrodt James P M Head M Jan 15 1859, age 42 Bendrodt Emily D F Wife M Dec 12 1868, age 32 Bendrodt Marie F Daughter S Feb 20 1890, age 11 Bendrodt James M Son S Jun 26 1891, age 9 Bendrodt Albert M Son S b.Aug 28 1893, age 7 Bendrodt Harrold M Son S Sep 3 1895, age 5 Bendrodt Dagmar F Daughter S Jan 8 1897, age 4 Bendrodt Valdemar M Son S Jul 19 1899, age 1
 The New York Times, newspaper, 8 April 1917, NY, USA. Article: "Big List of Ice Stunts: Benefit at St Nicholas Rink has Formiddable Program." Copy of original at link in Lena Uksila biography. Also referenced, The New York Times, newspaper,5 April, 1916, NY, USA, Article: "Canadiens defeat Portland Team." Copy of original at link in Charles Uksila biography. See also "Library and Archives Canada", web site article "Flying Frenchmen Lift Stanley Cup" Online
 "David and Goliath: the Grand Theatre Company and the National Exhibition Chains". By Ina Bertrand in T. O'Regan & B. Shoesmith eds. History on/and/in Film. Perth: History & Film Association of Australia, 1987. 106-9.
 "Luna Park", by Catherine Woo, City of St Kilda, 1991, St Kilda Historical Society, Online
 "Shipboard refrigeration and the beginnings of the frozen meat trade," by Ian Arthur, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, June 2006. Online
 "Bulldogs on Ice", 2003, by Daniel K. Fleschner and "Encyclopedia of ethnicity and sports in the United States" by George B. Kirsch, Othello Harris, Claire Elaine Nolte, pp. 215-216.
 Immigration and travel records, for Poole, Blatchly, Salmon, Bendrodt, Uksila. Various sources as stated.
 The Argus, Thur 18 Aug 1910, p 8. Part transcript: HOCKEY ON THE ICE. The match between Beavers ond Glaciarium resulted in a win for Beavers who scored 2 goals to nil. Goal-hitter hitter for BeaversA. Reid, 2...
 The Argus, Thu 14 August 1913, p 5. Transcript: ICE HOCKEY. INTERSTATE MATCH. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. The first of three interstate matches, Victoria v New South Wales at ice hockey was played at the Glaciarium yesterday evening in the presence of a large and enthusiastic crowd. The teams were - Victoria - K Curwen Walker, Leslie Reid, R Macgillicuddy, A Reid, C Watt, and J Blair. New South Wales, J Kendall, C Deacon, A J Knowles, F Rowe, C Smith, and L Turnbull. The game was a brilliant one, the play on both sides being magnificent. At half-time the scores were 2 goals each, but in the second half the Victorians, playing with excellent combination, added 4 goals to nil, and won by 6 goals to 2. The goal-hitters were K Curwen Walker, R Macgillicuddy, and Leslie Reid two each for Victoria; and J Kendall (two) for New South Wales. The second game will be played on Friday evening.
The Argus, Sat 16 Aug 1913, p 16. Transcript: HOCKEY ON THE ICE. VICTORIA WINS GOODALL CUP. By winning last night the second match oí the series of three at the Glaciarium, Victoria wrested the Goodall Cup for the vear from New South Wales for ice hockey. There was a fair attendance of spectators. The teams were - Victoria- A L Reid, Leslie Reid, C Watt, R Macgillicuddy, J Blair, and K Walker (captain). New South Wales L Turnbull A J Knowles, C Smith, F Rowe, Deacon and J Kendall (captain). The game was strenuously contested, the visiting team making a determined but unsuccessful attempt to score a win. L Watt was the goalkeeper for the home team, and Deacon protected the net for New South Wales. In the first half two goals were secured for Victoria, against one for the Sydney players. The subsequent half ended with the scores as follows - Victoria - 0 goals; New South Wales - 1 goal. Those who secured goals were -Victoria - K Walker 2, L Reid 2, and R Macgillicuddy; while J Kendall scored the only goal for his team.
 "Glaciarium Personalities Introducing Mr Claude Langley" by Bernard Dean, article, Glaciettes, Glaciarium Ltd Melbourne, c. 1932, p 6.
The Argus, Thu 4 August 1949, p 12. Transcript: LANGLEY. - On August 3 (suddenly), ___ home, Cranbourne road, Hampton Park Claude Charles Leadbetter, the dearly loved husband of Margaret Ellen Elizabeth Langley, and loving father of Loris, Helen (Mrs. Jackson) and Ian formerly of the Glaciarlum and late 24th Batt., A.I.F.. aged 65 years.
The Register, Adelaide, Thu 19 July 1906 p 5. Transcript: Mr Claud Langley has severed his connection with the Adelaide Ice Rink and is leaving for Melbourne. To testify to his untiring patience and kindness as instructor in the exercise of fancy skating the ladies under his tuition during the last three seasons met at Bricknell's Cafe on Wednesday and presented him with a purse of sovereigns, accompanied by their kind wishes and goodwill. Mr. Claud Langley expressed his appreciation of the gift.
 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 15 Jun 1927, p 19. Transcript: ICE HOCKEY. Tonight, at the Glaciarium, the ice hockey competition will be continued, when North Sydney will meet Western Suburbs. Play will commence at 8.45 p.m. Although neither team has won a match, a keen game should be witnessed, Western Suburbs will he lead by Jack Pike, who has been playing ice hockey since 1908.
 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 3 Jun 1924, p 12. Transcript: The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 15 Jun 1927, p 19. Transcript:ICE HOCKEY. To-morrow night the first of the premiership matches will be played between North Sydney and Western Suburbs. Great interest is being shown as to the possibilities of the different teams, but it looks like Eastern Suburbs retaining the premiership, which they won with ease last year. North Sydney still has that dashing player, L. Reid, as captain, with C. Gates to back him up. Western Suburbs are fortunate in retaining the veteran, J. Pike, to lead them. He was one of the first men to play ice hockey in Sydney, and he knows every trick of the game. C. Kerr will still be their goal keeper. The teams are:- Western Suburbs: J. Pike (capt), J. Stone, Dr. Hamilton, G. Slade, C. Kerr, A. Hoad, C. Wills, K. Waite. North Sydney: L Reid (capt), C. Gates, L. Cathro, A. Watkin, H. Ive, E. Willis, C. Rudd, Valle. Play will commence at 8:45 p.m.