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Antarctic Minerals Regime, the Beeby Draft

Inter-governmental document relevant to Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities, CRAMRA, "Beeby I". Provides document only. Not on ATS web site (note: this version is a transcript that appeared in ECO, July 1983. The original was circulated in SATCM IV as ANT(83)MR/17. The document corresponds with the latter part of https://documents.ats.aq/SATCM4_3/wp/SATCM4_3_wp002_e.pdf).

Bill Bush

Antarctic Seals Conservation Regulations

National law relevant to Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Seals, CCAS, Australian implementation. Provides copy of document or extract, with source information. [Published by Bush as AU181219860]

Bill Bush

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM) documents

  • AU AU ATADD 3
  • Series
  • 1959-1998

Documents generated in connection with Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings (ATCM). Includes papers generated for discussion at the ATCM and reports of the meetings. Many of the documents are reproduced in, or referred to in, W M Bush, "Antarctic and International Law: a Collection of Inter-state and National Documents" (volumes I-IV, and binders I-IV).

University of Tasmania

Antarctic Treaty regime documents

  • AU AU ATADD 2
  • Series
  • 1861-1991

Documents concerning the formation and operation of the Antarctic Treaty. Includes documents about some of the related agreements and institutions that together comprise the Antarctic Treaty System. Many of the documents are reproduced or referred to in W M Bush, "Antarctic and International Law: a Collection of Inter-state and National Documents" (volumes I-IV, and binders I-IV).

University of Tasmania

Antarctic Treaty, Report of the Second Formal Session of the Special Consultative Meeting on Antarctic Mineral Resources, Bonn

Inter-governmental document relevant to Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities, CRAMRA. Provides document and source information. Also available at: https://documents.ats.aq/SATCM4_3/fr/SATCM4_3_fr001_e.pdf

Bill Bush

Antarctic Treaty, various documents concerning the Thirteenth Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting and Preparatory Meeting, Brussels

Inter-governmental documents relevant to ATCM XIII. Provides documents and source information. Provides documents and source information. Not on ATS web site in this form. Note that there is a discrepancy in the document numbering of the versions on the ATS web site.

Bill Bush

Antarctica - background of expedition

Press article containing an expedition narrative, Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions, Antarctic program operations, LST 3501, Wyatt Earp, Heard Island. Provides document or extract, and source information.

Bill Bush

"Antarctica Declaration" The Age

Press article referring to environmental organisations seeking to prevent Antarctic mining and promote wilderness, Australian Conservation Foundation. Provides copy of document or extract, and source information.

Bill Bush

Antarctica Project "Statement of James N Barnes to the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries concerning Antarctica mineral resource activities

Non-government organisation document relevant to minerals and mining, CRAMRA, environment protection, wilderness, Australia, France, non-government organisations. Provides document and source information.

Bill Bush

Antarctica: US position

Diplomatic communication explaining press article relevant to environment protection, minerals, mining prohibition. Provides document and source information.

Bill Bush

Anti-submarine warfare

Copy of an article entitled Anti-submarine warfare by Captain Stanley Darling published in Naval Historical Review, New Series VoI.2 No.7 March 1980 pp. 3-13

Stanley Darling

ANZAAS Programme

ANZAAS Programme, Hobart, 12-19 January 1949. Also includes annotations and notes re excursions.

Wilfred Asten

Appeals to Supreme Court

Appeals to Supreme Court 1931. Reports of appeal cases put to Supreme Court by A.G. Ogilvie or John Morris, heard before Chief Justice Herbert Nichols, Justice Harold Crisp or Justice A.I. Clark.
Typed carbon copies, some signed by Ogilvie or Morris, bound into volume and indexed.

Albert George Ogilvie

Appointment as Attorney General

Letter Patent on parchment dated 20th October 1909 , appointment of John Earle as Attorney General. Earle led a minority Labor Government as Premier and Attorney-General from April 1914 until the Government’s defeat at the election of April 1916

John Earle

Appointment Indentures Collection

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC UT26
  • Collection
  • 1892-1932

Appointment Indentures for early University of Tasmania lecturers, 1892-1932, including some correspondence.

University of Tasmania

Apprenticeship indenture

Apprenticeship indenture dated 28 November 1814. Andrew Downie, eldest son of John Downie, farmer of Bankend,
apprenticed to James Lucas of Stirling as writer, procurator, conveyancer, notary public for five years.

Andrew Downie

Apprenticeship Indentures

Draft and some printed and signed indentures (some having been annotated and re-used as a draft indenture for another apprentice). A parent or guardian (the father or stepfather unless the mother was a widow) was always the first party to the agreement for apprenticeship of a minor (under 21), but for clarity the list gives the name of the apprentice with a note "son of" etc. The age of a minor is recorded, the average being 15 or 15-18, a few (noted in the list) were 13-14. Most apprenticeships were for a term of 5 years, a few longer and occasionally shorter.

Names of apprentices in alphabetical order (some indentures include a draft of another indenture):

  1. William Aldridge, son of Mary Aldridge to Jeremiah Coffey, boot closer 1878
  2. John Alexander, son of Hannah, to William Golding, watchmaker & jeweller 1876
  3. Mary Ann Argee to Julius Carl Hubert Koeppen, dressmaker, machinist 1879, daughter of Joseph Argee, baker.
  4. William Bollow, stonemason to Thomas Augustus Reynolds, builder 1883, 2 years as stonemason and bricklayer.
  5. Andrew Crawford, son of John Crawford to Henry Cook, tailor 1887
  6. John Graham Dart, son of Sarah to William Golding, watchmaker & jeweller 1886
  7. John Douglas Davidson, son of Ann to Patrick Cronly, carpenter & joiner 1878 (draft on copy of 31)
  8. Michael Dillon, son of John Dillon to Patrick Cronly, stonemason 1881
  9. Amebe Driver, daughter of Peter Driver to John Carl Hubert Koeppen 1876, age 16, dessmaker, machinist.
  10. Sarah Jane & Elizabeth Emery 1890, daughters of Mary Emery, widow of Oatlands to J.C.H. & Louisa Marie Alexandrina Koeppen, dressmaker.
  11. Charles Ford to Patrick Cronly, stonemason 1875, age 14, son of ? Ford, widow.
  12. Frederick Garrod to Joseph Edwards & Joshua Moore, wheelwright 1877, age 14, brother of Robert Garrod.
  13. Thomas Gibbons to Henry Cook, junior tailor 1889, son of Henry Gibbons, carpenter.
    18, 24. Lousia Grainger to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1877, age 13, daughter of Thomas Grainger, licensed victualler. See also 51 for draft - L.G. to be instructed by Louisa Marie Alexandrina, wife of J.C.H.K.
  14. Elizabeth Guy to Margaret Hopson, milliner and dressmaker 1865, age 16, stepdaughter of Thomas Riley, apprenticed for 2 years to Margaret, wife of Francis Hopson. Also letter on unsatisfactory conduct.
  15. Charles Hamilton to James Harris & James Henry Ward, cabinet makers 1875, son of Thomas Hamilton.
  16. Maria Hardisty, daughter of Charlotte Hardisty to J.C.H. Koeppen, machinist 1877
  17. Alice Hargraves to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1879, daughter of John Hargraves, carpenter.
  18. William Harper to Henry Cook, tailor 1889, son of John Harper of New Town, milkman.
  19. Mary Ann Harris to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1878, daughter of Samuel Harris of Hobart, blacksmith.
  20. William Harvey to John Holdcroft & William McDonald 1867, son of William Harvey, licensed victualler of Green Ponds, apprenticed to J.H. and W.M. farm implement makers.
  21. William Hawkesford to Arthur P. Walker, bootmaker 1874, son of Abraham Hawkesford, of Hobart, mariner.
  22. Emily Ann Johnson to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker 1881, age 13, daughter of Elizabeth Johnson, widow (see also 34)
  23. Mary Ann Kilroy to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1880, sister of William Kilroy of Hobart, boot & shoe maker.
  24. Catherine Larkins to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1877, age 13, daughter of Thomas Larkins.
  25. James Leahey, stonemason to Patrick Cronly, stonemason & bricklayer 1878
  26. John Leahey, son of James Leahey, baker, to Patrick Cronly, stonemason 1876
  27. Daniel Leary, son of Margaret Leary to Patrick Cronly, stonemason 1881
  28. Margaret Leary to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1882, age 18, daughter of Margaret Leary, widow.
  29. Frederick Thomas William Lewis to Clifford W. Chatterton, boot, shoemaker 1875, son of Frederick Wiliam Lewis, tailor, of Hobart.
  30. Augustus McGlosson to Patrick Bolgar, boot & shoemaker 1861
  31. John Michael McKay to Owen Coyle, baker of Sandy Bay 1877
  32. Edwin Mance, son of Julia Mance to Patrick Cronly, stonemason 1876
  33. Mary Ann Mullen to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1881, daughter of Patrick Mullen.
  34. Agnes Munn to J.C.H. Koeppen, plain & fancy work 1885, stepdaughter of James Matches, for 1 year.
  35. Edward O'Brien to James O'Brien, boot & shoemaker of Hobart 1872, son of Thomas O'Brien, of Snug, farmer.
  36. Thomas Walter Petterd to William Frederick Petterd 1878, age 18, brother in law of Thomas Augustus Reynolds of Hobart, bricklayer, apprenticed as undertaker & carpenter.
  37. William Purcell to Edward Maher, plumber, painter & glazier 1877, son of Edward Purcell.
  38. Percy Reid Osmund Ray to Henry Cook junior, tailor 1890
  39. Emma Rose, daughter of Theresa Rose, widow, to J. Bidencope, tailor 1901
  40. John Ryan to Edward Drake, chemist & druggist 1881, son of Patrick Ryan, shoemaker of Hobart.
  41. Edwin Ernest Sargeant to William Golding, watchmaker 1878
  42. Henry Sharp to Henry Cook, tailor 1886, son of John Sharp, dentist of Hobart.
  43. William Sims to John Cronly, painter 1889, son of Jane Eliza Sims, widow.
  44. Henry Smith to Joseph Bidencope, tailor & draper 1879, age 13, ward of Charles Miller, boat builder, for 8 years.
  45. Clara Stewart to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1881
  46. Thomas Tilyard to Thomas Augustus Reynolds, builder 1882, stepson of Moses Lyons, bootmaker.
  47. John Trewhella to Edward Maher, plumber, painter, glazier 1877, son of John Grenfell Trewhella, painter of Hobart.
  48. Stephen Varian to James Cuthbertson, boot & shoemaker of Hobart 1878, age 17, son of Ellen Varian of Campbell Town, widow.
  49. Richard William Walker to Frances Monk, widow 1876, son of Richard Walker, police constable, as wheelwright & carriage maker (note only)
  50. Stanley James Salter Wilbram to John Cronly 1876, age 14, son of Charles Wilbram, as painter, paperhanger, glazier (note only)
  51. Frances Wells to J.C.H. Koeppen, dressmaker & machinist 1877, daughter of John Wells of Sorell, storekeeper.
  52. James Wells to Patrick Cronly, stonemason 1883, son of John Wells, storekeeper of Sorell.
  53. Susan Annie Wigmore to J.C.H. Koeppen, machinist and wife L.M.A.K. 1876, daughter of Joseph Shirer Wigmore.
  54. Henry Willing to Edward Maher, painter, glazier, plumber 1866, son of Richard Willing, butcher of Hobart.
  55. Form of indenture of apprenticeship 1884. Form for indenture of apprenticeship for the Governors of St. Joseph's Orphanage & Industrial School, proof & printed copy.

Thomas Sheehy

Apslawn House

Photograph of front view of Apslawn House. A sandstone Georgian house built in the 1840's on 640 acres of land granted to John Lyne, MHA for Glamorgan ,1843-1865. Located on the Tasman Highway, Apslawn, 13km south-west of Bicheno.

George Musgrave Parker

Apslawn House

Photograph of side view of Apslawn House. A sandstone Georgian house built in the 1840's on 640 acres of land granted to John Lyne, MHA for Glamorgan ,1843-1865. Located on the Tasman Highway, Apslawn, 13km south-west of Bicheno.

George Musgrave Parker

Apsley house

Photograph of Apsley House. Originally a single storey sandstone Georgian house built in the 1840's on land granted to John Lyne who was MHA for Glamorgan in the period 1843-1865. Small kodak prints. ?G.M.P photographer thought to be taken c1920's - (See also book ch.3, P1/35 (262)

George Musgrave Parker

Apsley Log Cabin

Photograph of Apsley original log cabin dating from 1826 on the property granted to William Lyne by Governor Arthur on order from Lord Apsley, eldest son of Lord Bathurst. Copy made by J.W. Beattie of an original of J. Lyne

George Musgrave Parker

Archives

"Archives" - Folder containing:
• "University of Tasmania. History Department.
• Brief General Survey of Tasmanian Historical Material in Mitchell Library, Sydney.
Typescript;
• Launceston Public Library. "List of Books in the Library on the Early History of Australia and Tasmania, Almanacs, and Tasmanian Newspaper ... Files." 1942. Duplicated.
• Hartwell, R.M. "Early Tasmanian Records and Problems, University of Sydney, 1947. 4p.
• "Tasmanian Newspaper Files in the Chief Secretary's Department, Hobart". Duplicated.
• "Shelf list of Early Tasmanian Newspapers in the State Library, Hobart, Tasmania". 6p. Typescript.

Archibald Lawrence Meston

Arctic claims of Canada

Government document relevant to the United Kingdom, territorial claims, territories administration, effective occupation. Provides copy of document or extract, with source information.

Bill Bush

Area Sales Managers Conference Claremont, March 1958. S/A Department and Sales Managers.

Area Sales Managers Conference Claremont, March 1958. S/A Department and Sales Managers. Left to right. Back: TO Kelly, NF Mitchell (Vic) RV Palesy (NSW) RV Harrison (Tas) MG Wells, RM Conway. Centre: I van Assche (WA) DR Atkins (Vic) AH Seaton (SA) FW Thomas (NSW) FA Pollard (Newcastle) BC Johnston (Qld) Seated: AB Eastaugh, WA Hopkins, HV McKernan, DS Newman, JWC Wyett

Area Sales Managers Conference Claremont, March 1958. Directors and Sales Managers.

Area Sales Managers Conference Claremont March, 1958. Directors and Sales Managers. Left to right. Standing: RV Palesy (NSW) DR Atkins (Vic) RV Harrison (Tas) I van Assche (WA) NF Mitchell (Vic) FW Thomas (NSW) FA Pollard (Newcastle) Seated: BC Johnston (Qld) VG Burley, HV McKernan, JPD Lloyd, RA Smith, AH Seaton (SA)

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