Kew Historical Society Inc
Document (item), KHS Newsletter No.117, December 2016
... hydromyini chrysogaster... villa alba yarra river - fauna rakali hydromyini chrysogaster ...
No. 117 DECEMBER 2016: Mayors of Kew / Robert Baker p1.Society news [Vale Jill O'Brien] p3. Ratting on the Yarra / Suzanne McWha p4. Saving the [Yarra] river parklands / Valerie Bourke p5. Vale - Marjorie Orr p8. Vale Bill Reeve p8. Mayors of Kew - Robert Morgan Young / Felicity Renowden p9. Mayors of Kew - Henry Francis Phipps / Robert Baker p9. Mayors of Kew - Job Smith / Felicity Renowden p9. Mayors of Kew - Henry Francis Mogg / Margaret Robinson p9. The Great War in Kew - Those that stayed / Andrew Frost p10. New to the Collection [Photographs and clothing donated by Micky Ashton relating to Cr John Marshall and his family] p11.The newsletters of the Kew Historical Society contain significant research by members that explores aspects of the Victorian and Australian Framework of Historical Themes. Frequently, articles on people, places and artefacts are the only source of information about an aspect of Kew, and Melbourne’s history. The contents of each newsletter as such is often significant historically, aesthetically, socially and or spiritually. khs newsletters, historical society newsletters, history -- kew (vic.), mayors of kew, kew town hall, josiah e barnes, ann carew, jill o'brien, family planning association of victoria, powerline action group, studley park conservation society, yarra bend park trust, villa alba, yarra river - fauna, rakali, hydromyini chrysogaster, kew where we live, henry kellett, j. f. c. farquhar, merri creek, state electricity commission of victoria, young street -- kew (vic.), natural resources and environment committee, merri yarra municipal protection committee, studley park association, prue sibree, hon robert fordham, transmission lines task group, national trust of victoria, australian conservation foundation, dr john colbatch, peter mcintyre, richmond high school, gerry hand, john halfpenny, victorian trades hall council, jan wade, powerline review panel, marjorie orr, bill reeve, valerie bourke, 2016, robert morgan young, henry phipps, woodlands, thornbury farm, job smith, berrington, 29 sackville street, herbert francis mogg, world war 1, ww1, the home front, 1916 conscription referendum, mrs e ratten, alexandra gardens, kew recreation hall, kew golf club, kew horticultural society, trinity grammar school, xavier college, 1st kew boy scouts, kew rifle club, patrick o’connor, kew band, cr john marshall, micky ashton