Victorian Government Gazette 1901
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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (5173 pages)
Year: (1901) 2010
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia
The Government Gazettes are a unique, useful and extremely fascinating resource for local, family and social historians and researchers in other fields throughout Australia. They were published by the government as a means of communication to officials and the general public and therefore contain information that is of great use in establishing an image of Australia and its people in the past.
A massive volume of over 5,000 pages, the 1901 gazette includes information relating to a wide variety of topics of interest to both genealogists and historians:
- Auditors list of persons authorised to act as Auditors for Companies
- Business partnerships both the creation and dissolution
- Certificates of competency (under Marine Act)
- Classified Roll of State School teachers
- Contracts accepted including supply of forage, supply of provisions, general stores for the Public Service
- Dealers in Poisons
- Estates of deceased persons
- Government appointments and general notices
- Land Tax Register and Valuation for Victoria
- Land records including leases and licenses
- Licences Brewers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Licences to distil
- Licensed Surveyors
- Lost and stolen animals, impoundings
- Magistrates appointments
- Mining companies and leases granted; shareholders of mining companies
- Ministers of religion registered to celebrate marriages
- Patents and trademarks
- Pharmaceutical Register
- Register of Medical Practitioners
- Register of Dentists
- Public Service list of employees; results of Public Service examination
- Roll of Merchants and Traders, Roll of Underwriters, Roll of Ship Owners, Roll of Pilots, Roll of Engineers, Roll of Masters, and Roll of Seamen (under Marine Act 1890)
- Trustees including church land, and cemetery sites, Mechanics Institutes, libraries, racecourses, recreation areas, almshouses
- Unclaimed letters
- Vermin rates including the name of the lessee, the county and the amount due
- Victorian Military Forces appointments, transfers, resignations
Some other items of interest in the 1901 Gazette are: Death of Queen Victoria, Chinese Act (Exemptions), Victorian Contingent for Service in South Africa, a description of the census districts and appointments of census enumerators.
BOUNDARIES OF CENSUS DISTRICTS
In the following descriptions, wherever the boundary is described as up, down, or by a river, creek, road, or street, the centre of such river, creek, road, or street shall be taken to be the boundary line; and wherever the boundary is described as by a mountain range or watershed, the line following the highest part of such range or watershed shall be taken to be the boundary.
No. 1. MELBOURNE
Commencing on the Yarra River at the Queens-bridge; thence by the road to Flinders-street ; easterly by that street to Elizabeth-street ; northerly by Elizabeth-street to aBeckett street; westerly by aBeckett-street to Queen-street; northerly by Queen-street to the southern boundary of the Old Cemetery; west by that boundary to William-street ; northerly by William street to Dudley-street; westerly by Dudley-street to King-street; northerly by King-street to Rosslyn-street ; westerly by Rosslyn street to the eastern fence of the railway yard; southerly by that fence to Dudley-street Bridge; south-westerly by Dudley street extension to the Yarra River; and by that river to the commencing point.
This CD contains high quality scanned images of the original gazette, and has been bookmarked for easy navigation. Pages can be searched, browsed, enlarged and printed out if required.
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