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Uniting Church Archives - Synod of Victoria
Photograph, 11/12/1955Rev Henry Clarnette: born 1898 in N.S.W. Ordained into the Methodist Church in 1921. Served in Yackandandah, Wodonga, Longford & Bracknell, Latrobe, Launceston South, Colac, Warracknabeal, Warrnambool, Bendigo (Forest Street). Connexional Editor Tasmania 1933 - 1935. Chairman of District 1946 - 1949. Died in 1954.B & W matte photograph of the Rev Henry Clarnette laying the foundation stone of the Hotham St. Methodist Church Mont Albert. Mounted on buff card.rev henry clarnette, methodist, minister, mont albert
Warracknabeal and District Historical Society
Tractor - International Harvester Titan 10-20hp, c.19152 cylinder, petrol kerosene, 4 stroke farm tractor. Body is grey, wheels and pulley faces are red. Magneto ignition, enclosed transmission, chain drive, steel spoked wheels. Serial no: 56099
Nhill & District Historical Society Inc.
Learmonth and District Historical Society Inc.
Meat Safe, Duncan Mcgregor, Circa 1918This Meat safe was made by Duncan Mcgregor who entered it in the Warracknabeal Show for which he won first prize in the section for the best item made from a kerosene tin.in (circa)1918.Mr McGregor was always inventive and used to working with metalsThis shows the ingenious use of recycled goods.This meat safe is square with a four sided pointed top and hanging ring. The sides have mesh inserts and there is one shelf.it has been painted cream.Nilfood storage.meat safe.
Victorian Bands' League
Document, Victorian Bands' League : Annual General Meeting (14/07/1933), 1933This is an extremely significant document highlighting the operations of the Victorian Bands' League in only its third year. Here we have an Annual General Meeting notice and report which would have been sent to all bands and delegates. It outlines the business of the league up until this date and the financial details. It is evident that a number of bandsmen from all over Victoria took an interest in the league given the locations and bands of the office bearers.This AGM notice is extremely significant to the history of the Victorian Bands' League due to the information that's contained and the style of presentation. It is unclear whether other AGM notices still survive which makes this rare notice very valuable for research purposes.Printed on stiff papervictorian bands' league, brunswick city, warrnambool municipal, collingwood citizens', warracknabeal and district, mentone citizens', northcote citizens' and soldiers', heidelberg municipal, south melbourne city, williamstown city, yallourn and district, shepparton and district, geelong west city, terang brass, hamilton town, stawell brass, metropolitan fire brigade