A

A.I.F.  43 [2]; 86 [3,15]
Aberfeldy  9 [11]; 32 [8]
Aborigines
    - as midwives  38 [4]
    - as servants  44 [7]
    - burial place  19 [9]
    - burning  34 [3]
    - camping near homes  5 [3]
    - Dargo  73 [13]
    - families in Stratford  40 [6]
    - football team at Seaspray  42 [11]
    - grinding stones 1 9 [6]
    - hunting swans  13 [16]
    - Jimmy McCoy  33 [11]
    - last tribal fight  22 [8]
    - legend re Tarli Karng  10 [4]
    - Lindenow  73 [13]
    - massacre at Swan Reach  34 [5]
    - massacre of  57 [4]
    - massacres described by Meyrick  24 [13]
    - mission station  -
see Ramahyuck
    - murder of shepherds  49 [13]
    - not located at Newry  35 [11]
    - number in Gippsland  65 [5]
    - Pepper family  39 [9]
    - Ramahyuck  -
see Ramahyuck
    - remains discovered  22 [8]
    - settlers killed by  34 [3]
    - Valencia Creek (cricket team)  42 [2]
    - Valencia Creek  19 [5]; 20 [10]
    - wars  23 [12]
    - see also Native Police Force
Accidents, shooting  44 [4]
Aerated water manufacturers
  - see Cordial Manufacturers
Aeroplanes
    - in rescue  74 [11]; 79 [17]
    - joy flights in  90 [5]
Agmoria (ship)  22 [12]
Agricultural societies
    - Maffra A.S.  14 [12]; 35 [6]; 42 [cover]; 56 [3-7]
    - Maffra's first Show  59 [whole issue]
Agriculture
    - apples & cider  67 [13-14]
    - book review  45 [15]
    - dehydrated vegetables  56 [8]
    - DNRE in Maffra  98 [7]
    - farming at Briagolong  66 [7]; 67 [13]
    - flax growing  20 [10]; 34 [14]; 54 [12,13]; 55 [9]
    - herd testing, Maffra  34 [13]
    - in 1882  77 [11]
    - Macalister Irrigation District  130 [5]
    - Mewburn Park  72 [3]
    - plant propagation by Bill Cane  106 [11-18 passim]
    - pollution & irrigation  98 [7]
    - practices & experiments  67 [13]
    - reapers and binders  30 [11]
    - stud cattle breeding  112 [3-5]
    - superphosphate, first use  51 [3]
    - vine growing  32 [15]
    - see also Apiary, Cattle, Dairy Industry, Dehydration, Eucalyptus,
        Grain harvesting, Hops, Irrigation, Pigs, Sawmilling, Sheep,
        Sugarbeet
AIF  - see World War I
Airlie run  70 [4]
Airly estate  77 [15]
Alberton school  38 [4]
Alberton West: McGailliard family  16 [9]
Albion Hotel (Sale)
  - see Hotels
Alcohol  70 [3]
Alfred Street (No.24) Maffra  57 [10]
Alister Vale (property)  33 [11]
Allambee (property)  69 [13]
Allison (ship)  62 [9]
Alpine Expedition Road, re-cutting original  63 [whole issue]
Alpine Expedition Track 1864  54 [1-7]; 56 [10]
Alpine grazing  61 [15]
Alpine Quartz Crushing Co  27 [11]
Alton Park (property)  33 [11,12]; 35 [7,9]; 49 [14]; 68 [16]; 96 [12]
Apiary:  Bill Cane bee keeper 106 [11-18 passim]
Apples
 - see Agriculture
Apple Ridge (property)  82 [12]
Architects  - Ashton family  23 [2]
    - see also family references in IoN
Ardoon (property)  70 [11]
Ardvar (house)  96 [14]
Artists  - see Eugene von Guerard, Janet Spark, V. Brun in IoN
Ashgrove (property)  43 [9]
Athletics  10 [10]; 12 [6]; 23 [15]
    - at Valencia Creek  42 [3]
 
   - see also Sport
Auctioneers
    - see Norman Chester, Willie McLean in IoN
Avon
(ship)  55 [6]
Avon River
    - bridges at Bushy Park  44 [12]
    - in 1857  44 [3]
    - The Channels  61 [14]; 79 [1]
Avon Shire: 1866 election  45 [13]
Avondale Syndicate  43 [6]
Ayrshire cattle  6 [5]

B

B.B. Creek  54 [3]
Bacchus Marsh Concentrated Milk Company (Maffra) - see Dairy Factories
Backwater Road, Maffra  5 [3]
Bairnsdale  76 [1]
    - BRC hotel at  - see Hotels
Bakeries  61 [5]
    - Briagolong  16 [8]
Bakers 
    - see Alfred Noar, J.W. Pollard in IoN
Bald Hill (nr Jordan River)  54 [6]; 63 [14]
Bald Hills (location)  6 [8]; 27 [11]; 58 [17]; 76 [2]
    - see also Seaton
Balls
    - Caledonian  96 [11,20 (illus)]
    - Catholic  42 [12]
Balook:  life in 1930s and 1940s  111 [19-20]
Bands  - see under individual names
Bank houses  53 [1]
Banks  61 [4]
    - Grant  45 [6]
    - Maffra  100 [4]
    - Sale  45 [13]
    - Seaton, robbery at  6 [8]
Banyule (property)  61 [15]; 93 [15]
Bark stripping  23 [5]
    - see also wattle bark
Barkly River  54 [3]
Barkly River crossing  15 [13]
Basketball at Valencia Creek  42 [5]
Bass Strait, exploration of  99 [3]
Beaver Meadows (property)  61 [15]
Bee (ship) 15 [4]
Beech's Arcade  23 [4]
Beekeepers
    - see Clarrie Gell, Tom Armour, Ronald Macdonald, Archie 
      Hardingham, Bill Cane in IoN
Beet Growers League  - see Sugarbeet
Beet Industry  - see Sugarbeet
Belchers Spur  56 [11]
Bell ringers  12 [6]
Bellbird Corner (location)  23 [3]; 43 [5]; 58 [17]; 82 [12]
Ben Cruachan, two trip reports  36 [10]
Bengworden South schoo l 55 [5]
Beverage manufacturers  - see Cordial manufacturers
Bicycles  - see Cycles
Big Brother Movement  58 [8]; 65 [11]
Binns Hotel  - see Hotels
Birds  63 [17]
Birregan (location)  45 [4]
Bismark Mine  83 [5]
Black Eagle (ship, 1854)  36 [14]
Black River  54 [3]; 63 [13]
Blackall Creek  52 [2; 75 [10]; 78 [17]
Blacksmiths
    - at Boisdale  4 [5]
    - at Briagolong  39 [5]
    - at Stratford  43 [8]
    - see also Eugene McQuillen, John Mildenhall, Tullock, W.G. Fulton,
       Dick Still, Pleydell and Fulton, Alexander McLennon in IoN
Blanket Hill  76 [13]
    - bushfires at  18 [8]
    - name  19 [2]
Blomford's Spur  40 [9]
Bloomfield's Rush  54 [4]
Blores Clearing (property)  61 [16]
Blue Rag (mt.), Alpine Track  63 [3]
Boarding Houses  69 [5]
Boggy Creek (location)  45 [2]
Boiling down works, Valencia Creek  42 [3]
Boisdale  72 [9]; 74 [1-10]; 77 [14]
    - butter factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - Clarke family  12 [10]
    - first coursing meeting in Vic  42 [12]
    - Foster Estate  1 [4]; 12 [8]; 14 [6]
    - Fosters Hill  16 [10]; 76 [14]
    - Greaves family  116 [1-4 passim]
    - hall  - see Halls
    - houses brought into Maffra  53 [2]
    - irrigation (illus)  98 [10]
    - lack of church  12 [9]
    - McCarthy family at  89 [16]
    - McInerney family  104 [5-7]
    - McRae family  14 [6]
    - naming  28 [7]
    - Pettigrew family  71 [1]
    - replacing railway bridge after 1894 floods  120 [8-9]
    - report of book launch  27 [2]
    - river crossing  15 [16]
    - sawmill  4 [5]; 52 [2]
    - Scandinavian emigrants in  98 [15]
    - school  10 [8]; 14 [6]; 74 [3]z
    - smithy  4 [5]
    - Tatterson family  10 [6]
    - tour through  19 [6]
Boisdale Estate  26 [3-6]; 41 [10]
Boisdale House  38 [14]
    - detailed description  26 [4-5]
    - life at  112 [16-20]
Boisdale pre-emptive right  26 [4]
Boisdale station  33 [2]; 35 [3]; 96 [12]
    - managers  35 [9]
    - subdivision  38 [6]
Boniong (property)  24 [13]
Bony Point  55 [2]
Bookmakers  42 [4]
    - Fred Nesbit  83 [14]
Boolara  81 [8]
Boole Poole  68 [15]
Bootmakers 
    - see Walter Kinna in IoN
Borthwick & Gooding  10 [8]
Bottles originating in Maffra  39 [10]
Botany:  Bill Cane & plant identification 106 [11-18 passim]
Boulder mine (Combienbar)  30 [5]
Bowen, grave of  65 [14]
Bowling Club  64 [16]
    - Maffra  61 [5]
    - Stratford  78 [17]
Bowmans Corner  14 [12]
Boxing  44 [5]; 74 [5]
    - see also T. Curran in IoN
Boxthorn (property)  33 [8]
Boxthorn hedge  38 [6]
Boys mine  10 [10]
BRC Hotel (Bairnsdale)  - see Hotels
Breweries  76 [3]
Briagolong  3 [2]; 39 [12]; 75 [11]
    - Anglican church  - see Churches
    - bakery  61 [5]
    - Bedggood family  19 [10]
    - blacksmith  39 [5]
    - Brass Band  16 [9]
    - Catholic Church  - see Churches
    - cheese factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - cricket matches  42 [2]
    - Edward Bennett  65 [16]
    - farming at  66 [7]; 67 [13]
    - Fire Brigade  76 [11]
    - fossils at  85 [3]
    - houses moved to  53 [2]
    - Kelly's store  15 [8]
    - Light Horse  42 [5] 
    - McInnes family  44 [13]
    - Mechanics Institute  - see Halls
    - meeting re sugar beet  40 [10]
    - Michael & John Landy  67 [13]
    - movie theatre  20 [9]
    - Presbyterian church  - see Churches
    - quarries  3 [2]; 19 [15]
    - Race club  72 [12]; 74 [9]
    - railway  - see Railways
    - riding party from  62 [1]
    - roller skating  20 [9]
    - saddlers  41 [5]
    - sawmilling  2 [3]; 16 [8]; 19 [10]; 24 [11]; 50 [10]; 52 [1];
        80 [10 photo]
    - school  20 [7]
    - store  16 [7]
    - travelling smithy  4 [5]
    - Wesleyan church  - see Churches
Bricklayers  51 [11]
Brickmaking
    - Bellbird Corner  23 [3]
    - Boisdale  26 [5]
    - Drew family  7 [2]; 7 [4]
    - Maffra  43 [4]; 64 [10]; 93 [5]
    - Valencia Creek  20 [9]
Bridge Hotel, Rosedale  - see hotels
Bridges
    - at Maffra  8 [4]; 59 [15]
    - railway bridges at Bushy Park  102 [16-19]; 120 [8-9]
    - truss road bridge at Glenmaggie  109 [8-11]; 110 [15]
Brinalval (house)  56 [7]
British Empire Exhibition 1924  81 [10]
Broadhill (property)  33 [11]
Brodribb floods  30 [2]
Brookdale (property)  19 [9]; 71 [10]
Brookside (property)  93 [15]
Brookvale (property)  76 [7]
Brown Coal Mine  42 [7]
Browns Creek  52 [1]
Brunton  9 [7]; 26 [10]; 62 [17]
Bruntons Bridge  24 [7]
Bruthen  30 [10]
    - Marshall family  53 [6]
    - stockman killed  34 [3]
Buchan, caves  44 [4]
    - gold discovery  45 [2]
Buchan station  34 [6]
Builders 
    - see Charles (Henry) Cook; Sam Mitchelmore; Gloz Family (Walhalla); 
       Ern Bennett in IoN
Building, description  28 [12]; 37 [16]; 86 [11]
Bulga Park (property)  25 [6]; 49 [3]; 52 [4]
Bulgaback (location)  49 [13]
Bulgar Park (property)  19 [9]; 22 [7]; 40 [10]; 76 [7]
"Bulgoback"  - see John McDonald in IoN
Bulldog Creek  41 [10]
Bullock drivers  52 [5]
Bullock teams  27 [3]
Bullockies  - see George Auchterlonie; Owen McQuillen; Charlie Cameron; 
        George Grant; Agnes Buntine in IoN
Bullocks, timber industry  50 [2]
Bulltown  45 [4]; 54 [3]
    - on Alpine Track  63 [3]
Bullumwaal  44 [15]; 45 [2]; 50 [6]
Bundalaguah 21 [4]; 36 [12]
    - Cricket Club  88 [8]
    - Cypress trees  52 [7] 
    - Falls family  34 [16]
    - fox hunt  42 [13]
    - Horstman family  35 [4]
    - location of Spring Hill  35 [4]; 36 [12]; 49 [12]
    - proposal for Aboriginal Station  65 [5]
    - school  21 [5]; 27 [12]; 73 [3]
Burke & Wills expedition  15 [5]
Burnetts Creek  45 [4]
Burnside (property)  12 [2]; 14 [12]; 33 [11]; 72 [16]
Burrabogie (ship)  55 [1]
Bushfires  55 [11]
    - 1851  34 [4]; 66 [10]
    - 1862 76 [1]
    - 1863  76 [2]
    - 1865  35 [5]
    - 1891  27 [6]
    - 1900  18 [7]; 23 [15]; 49 [5]; 76 [6]
    - 1900  at Valencia Creek 40 [12]
    - 1900  at Wa-de-Lock 71 [11]
    - 1906  at Maffra 103 [19]
    - 1919  34 [14]
    - 1939  37 [5]; 52 [4]; 115 [1]
    - 1965  60 [4]; 76 [13]    
    - 1965  at Fernbank 64 [8]
    - 1965  at Little Plain 24 [10]
    - 1965  at Valencia Creek 40 [13]
    - control burning  18 [5]; 34 [3]
    - Foster  22 [2]
    - Mt Best, children killed  22 [2]
    - Mt Best  67 [8]
    - see also Fire brigades
Bushrangers in general  44 [7]
Bushwalking  65 [12]; 78 [8]; 82 [7]
Bushy Park (property & location)  23 [11]; 30 [11]; 75 [10]; 76 [1]
    - bridge opening  44 [12]
    - burials  23 [13]
    - chronology  28 [9]
    - excursion 1977  14 [16]
    - Gilder's workers  34 [13]
    - history  66 [10]
    - Nicholson family  22 [7]
    - railway bridges rebuilt after floods  102 [16-19]; 120 [8-9]
    - Ross family  62 [9]
    - sawmill  20 [9]
    - subdivision  15 [15]
    - tour through  19 [8]
    - visited by Rev W. Bean  33 [3]
Butchers  61 [8]
    - Briagolong  19 [11]
    - travelling  19 [11]
    - see also Donald Grant; J.W. Hunt; Tatterson family in IoN
Butter Factories     
      - see Dairy Factories
Byron Lodge (property)  23 [9]; 36 [7]

C

Cabinet makers  74 [13]
Cairns  -
see memorials
Caithness (property)  14 [12]
Caledonia River  54 [3]; 63 [18]
Callignee  54 [12]
    - 1965 fires  64 [9]
Cambrai (house)  87 [10]; 112 [11]
Camden Hotel, Maffra  -
see Hotels
Cameron Street, Maffra  64 [10]
Campbell and Morison, storekeepers  23 [3]; 50 [8]
Cape Otway  81 [14]; 82 [3]
Cape York (ship)  81 [17]
Carpenters  - see Ern Bennett in IoN
Carriers  - Patrick Geoghegan  58 [17]
Carrs Creek (location)  38 [4]; 55 [10]; 70 [1]
Carters Creek  65 [13]
Carts  -
see Transport
Castleburn (property)  26 [3,4]; 40 [8]
Caterpillars  67 [16]
Catholic Church
 - see Churches
Cattle
    - Aberdeen Angus stud animals  112 [4-5]
    - Alpine grazing  61 [15]
    - Ayreshires  6 [5]
    - shorthorns  22 [8]; 23 [10]; 40 [10]
    - to Hobart  72 [9]
    - trade with Tasmania  26 [3]
Cattle markets  10 [8]
    - Heyfield  47 [14]
Cavan House (property)  77 [16]
Caves, Buchan  44 [4]
Cemeteries
    - at Combienbar  30 [5]
    - first Stratford  14 [16]
    - lone graves  7 [5]; 17 [4]; 18 [11]; 23 [13]; 65 [14]
         Saffin, on Blanket Hill 133 [7-9]
    - Maffra  50 [8]
    - Ramahyuck  55 [4]
    - The Springs  83 [8]
    - Walhalla  47 [3]
Censuses, Dargo/Crooked River  49 [14]
Central Gippsland, life in  67 [8]; 84 [16]
Century, end of 20th  100 [13-14]
Chancellor Gold Mining and Quartz Co  27 [11]
Charlotte Fenwick (ship)  27 [10]
Cheese factories  -
see Dairy Factories
Cheesemakers
    - see Ern Hawkins, William O'Neal in IoN
Chemists  - see Ken Davies in IoN
Chicory  37 [12]
    - at Phillip Island  39 [7]
Chinese  82 [8]
    - at Walhalla  47 [5]
Churches
    - Briagolong Anglican  15 [4]; 28 [7]; 117 [3]
    - Briagolong Catholic  19 [15]
    - Briagolong Presbyterian  28 [7]; 34 [13]
    - Briagolong Wesleyan  28 [7]
    - Bundalaguah Anglican  117 [3]
    - Combienbar  30 [3]
    - Glenmaggie Presbyterian  46 [6]
    - Heyfield Anglican  7 [2]; 51 [8]
    - Maffra Anglican  7 [2]; 12 [6]; 23 [9]; 27 [12]; 43 [7]; 46 [5];
        47 [6]; 51 [8]
    - Maffra Catholic  49 [13]; 58 [20]; 64 [10]
    - Maffra Presbyterian  13 [15]; 15 [13]; 30 [10]; 34 [14]; 56 [7]
    - Maffra Wesleyan  33 [13]
    - Methodist lay preachers  14 [6]
    - Newry Anglican  14 [11]
    - Newry Presbyterian  14 [11]; 33 [11]; 35 [6,10]; 45 [15]
    - Perry Bridge  55 [1,5,7]
    - Sale Anglican  51 [8]
    - Salvation Army  30 [3]
    - Seaton Catholic  7 [2]
    - Stratford Anglican  15 [15]; 51 [8]; 117 [2-3]
    - Stratford Presbyterian  34 [13]; 44 [5]
    - Tinamba  105 [9]
    - Tinamba Anglican  117 [3]
    - Tinamba Catholic  15 [11]
    - Valencia Creek Presbyterian/Uniting  19 [5]; 20 [8]; 53 [9]
    - Walhalla Anglican  47 [3]
Cider  67 [13]
Circuses  59 [7]; 96 [7]; 127 [1 illus]
Civil Defence Unit:  Maffra 78 [7]
Clarence (ship)  26 [4]
Clark Bros (builders)  67 [11]; 133 [7]
Clark Bros Livery Stable  -
see Hotels
Claytons Corner  53 [2]
Clearing leases  37 [4]
Cliffy Island  81 [13]
Clifton (property, NSW)  64 [12]; 96 [12]
Closer settlement  14 [6]
Club Hotel (Sale)  -
see Hotels
Club Terrace  30 [2]
Clydebank  13 [16]; 47 [10]; 72 [9]; 77 [15]
    - cheese factory
  - see Dairy Factories
    - Mansfield family  50 [12]
    - occupation  33 [2]
Clyne and Kyle  52 [2]
Coachbuilders  - see Eugene McQuillen in IoN
Coady Vale (property)  15 [11]
Cobb & Co  25 [8]
    - timetable  45 [12]
Cobbannah Hotel  -
see Hotels
Cobungra, Alpine Track  63 [3]
Concerts  -
see Entertainment
Cohens Reef (Walhalla)  47 [6]
Colvin's Bakery  5 [3]
Combienbar
    - church  - see Churches
    - school  30 [3]
    - Stagg family  30 [2    -7]
Commercial travellers  58 [1]
Community co-operation  18 [3]
Community health (Maffra)  97 [13]
Concrete blocks in building  23 [4]; 85 [14]
Connely's Inn  -
see Hotels
Connolly's Soak  75 [13]
Connors Plain  52 [4]
Cook and Gibbs  71 [10]
Cooks Hotel  -
see Hotels
Coopers Hill  64 [10]
Copeland & Lloyd  10 [11]
Cordial manufacturers  10 [12]; 83 [20]
    - Maffra  39 [10    -11]
Coridas' Cordial Factory  10 [12]
Corio (house)  53 [3]; 104 [18]
Corporal punishment  43 [4]
Cosgrove: post office and railway station  22 [5]
Councillors  - see J.E.C. Macdonald in IoN
    - see also Shire Councillors
Country Party  71 [4]
Country Women's Association:  Maffra 54 [8]
Coursing  42 [12]
Court cases:
    - v. Angus McMillan  49 [12]
    - v. Samuel Johnson  113 [18-19]
    - v. Silas Murray  110 [5-7]
Court houses  74 [14]; 110 [5-7]
Cows  64 [10]
Cowtown  45 [4]
Cowwarr  58 [17]
Cowwarr Football League  50 [7]
Craigielea (property)  12 [2]; 23 [4]; 36 [12]; 77 [15]
Cricket
    - at Bundalaguah  88 [8]
    - at Valencia Creek  42 [2]
    - at Walhalla  47 [4]
    - Maffra Cricket Club 1883-4 season  109 [3-7]
Crieff Park (property)  12 [7]
Crime: Seaton bank robbery  6 [8]
Crooked Jay's Creek (25 Mile Creek)  45 [7]
Crooked River
    - Alpine Track  63 [3]
    - census  49 [14]
    - Culhanes  41 [4]
    - flour deliveries  27 [11]
    - goldfields on  45 [2-12 passim]
    - goldrush to  15 [7]
    - McMillan's Track  54 [1]
    - Thomas Kingscott  35 [10]
Crooked River Chronicle (newspaper)  25 [7]; 40 [18]; 45 [8]; 47 [8]
Croquet Club  64 [16]
    - at Maffra  12 [6]
Crystal Cordial factory  53 [5]
Cullen (property)  65 [13]
CWA
  - see Country Women's Association
Cycle races 
    - Max Rowley  42 [16]
    - to Seaspray  42 [9]
Cycling  54 [14]

D

Dairy factories (butter, cheese, milk)  12 [9]; 23 [14]; 59 [16,19];
        67 [1,2]

    - Bacchus Marsh Concentrated Milk Company (Maffra)  1 [5]
    - Boisdale Butter (and cheese) Factory  1 [3]; 10 [8]; 26 [6];
        120 [6-7]

    - Briagolong cheese factory  67 [2]
    - Brookside cheese factory  93 [16]
    - Central Gippsland, list of  118 [6]

    - cheese factories, general  1 [4]; 3 [2]; 67 [1]; 77 [15]; 82 [19]
    - Clydebank cheese factory  67 [2]
    - Commonwealth Milk Factory (Willsmere)  23 [4]; 56 [7]
    - Heyfield Creamery (Maffra)  10 [12]
    - Holdensen & Nielsen (Maffra?)  20 [9]
    - Maffra Cooperative milk factory (Maffco)  92 [3-15 passim]; history
        of 119 [6-10]

    - Melbourne Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Co  1 [3]; 33 [12]
    - Nestles Pty Ltd  1 [6]; 53 [1]; 92 [3-15 passim]; 94 [19]
    - Nuntin dairy factory  41 [7]
    - on ‘Medowra’ (property)  91 [18]
    - Sale cheese factory  67 [2]
    - Stratford cheese factory  67 [2]; 77 [15]
    - The Heart cheese factory  67 [2]
    - Tinamba creamery/cheese factory  8 [4]; 105 [7]
    - Upper Maffra butter factory (Newry)  1 [4]; 14 [12]; 23 [14]; 92 [6]
    - Upper Maffra Cooperative (Newry)  33 [3]
    - Upper Maffra/Newry milk & cheese factory  92 [3-15 passim]
    - Valencia Creek butter factory  19 [8]
    - Valencia Creek cheese factory  40 [12]; 42 [4]
Dairy industry  8 [4]; 58 [11]
    - Boisdale  74 [2]
    - Brighton  70 [14]
    - changes  27 [5]
    - drop in supplies  41 [7]
    - early milking machines  34 [14]
    - exhibit at B.E.E. (1924)  81 [10]
    - Foster Bros association with  112 [16-20]

    - Friesian cattle  14 [14]
    - history  67 [1]
    - Jersey cattle  19 [3]; 34 [13]
    - Little Plain  23 [14]
    - milk cans  56 [9]
    - milk testing procedures  92 [13]
    - Newry  14 [12]; 23 [14]; 33 [12]; 59 [19]; 67 [2]; 92 [3-15 passim]
    - report on (1947)  25 [11]
    - Riverslea  54 [15]
    - Upper Maffra  14 [12]; 92 [3-15 passim]
    - Valencia Creek  18 [3]; 20 [9]
    - World War II  64 [6]
    - see also herd testing, milk lorries
Dalgetys, Maffra  5 [1]; 6 [2]; 23 [3]
Dalray Junction (location)  61 [17]
Daniels, shop  5 [3]
Darby River  36 [12]
Dargo  22 [4]; 26 [3]; 55 [11]; 64 [13]; 65 [12]; 72 [9]
    - aborigines at  73 [13]
    - Alpine Expedition  63 [1]
    - census at Dargo/Crooked River  49 [14]
    - gold discovery  45 [2]
    - journey to  73 [13]; 128 [6-7 (1913)]
    - Kelly family & shops  15 [7]
    - McMillan's Track  54 [1]
    - riding party to  62 [1]; 64 [18]
    - sawmills  52 [4]
Dargo High Plains
    - census  49 [14]
    - gold discovery  45 [7]
Dargo pre-emptive right 26 [4]
Darlimurla (location)  22 [4]; 67 [12]
Darlingford (location)  15 [6]
Daveys Nob  73 [15]
Davis & Mathieson  10 [8]
Dawes Hotel  - see Hotels
Daymond and Sons  39 [cover]
Deal Island  81 [13]
Deer naturalisation  69 [8]
Dehydration factory (Maffra)  25 [13]; 39 [7]; 64 [7]; 86 [18-20];
    131 [12]

Deighton (property)  30 [9]; 57 [5]
Delegate (location)  30 [5]
Denison  30 [10]
    - Little family  34 [13]
    - McLean family  43 [7]
Dennetts Furniture Store  10 [11]
Depression (1930s)  37 [whole issue]; 38 [10]; 56 [11]; 70 [1]; 78 [2]
    - rabbit trapping  49 [8]
Deptford : Daniel family  21 [8]
Dermody's Camp (location)  61 [16]
Dermodys Crossing  79 [1]
Derwent Hotel (Port Albert)  - see Hotels
Derwent Park (property)  19 [13]; 30 [10]; 32 [13]; 58 [18]; 61 [19]
     64 [18]; 72 [16]

Dingos  52 [1]; 77 [4]
Disabled care, George Gray Centre  101 [10-17]

Doctors  64 [13]
    - at Grant  45 [6]
    - at Maffra  87 [9]
Dogs
    - racing  42 [12]
    - stories involving  32 [7]; 112 [12-15]

Domestic life (early 1900s)  97 [8]
Donibrook  38 [4]
Donnellys Creek (location)  38 [6,7]; 39 [16]; 44 [4,]; 45 [12]; 58 [17];
     66 [1]; 83 [3,5]; 87 [6]

Doolans Plains  63 [7]
Drays  - see Transport
Drayton (property)  77 [16]
Drevermann and Co  76 [1]
Driving licences  - obtaining  50 [4]
Droving  59 [16]
Drovers  - see Charles Henderson, Peter Clements, Charles Bartlett in IoN
Drownings
    - 1863 flood  13 [16]
    - Eliza Amey  82 [13]
    - Porter family  58 [5]; 109 [12-15]
Duart (house)  23 [3]; 34 [7]; 68 [15]; 99 [10]
Duntulm (property)  24 [10]; 62 [9]; 71 [6]
Dutch workers  - growing tobacco  52 [7]
Dutson: tomato growing  53 [4]
Dwyer Court, Maffra  64 [10]

E

Eaglevale  49 [14]
Eastwood (property)  69 [13]
Eclipse (ship)  22 [12]
Edwards Hill  83 [3]
Edwards Reef  39 [16]
Edwards Town  7 [5]
Elections:  1909 15 [16]
Electricity
    - in sawmills  50 [6]
    - Maffra  10 [11]
    - Newry  32 [5]
Eliza (ship)  22 [12]
Emmigration  - see Migration
Empire Place  61 [8]
Empress mine  27 [11]
Emu Flat  69 [8]
Emus  70 [5]
Engines
    - in timber mills  50 [3]
    - see also Machinery
Ensay  - Macleod family  44 [4]
Enterprise (ship)  6 [4]
Entertainment  12 [6]
    - childhood activities  119 [1-5]

    - concerts at Perry Bridge  90 [4]
    - in Maffra (1940s)  115 [3-4]

    - in Stratford (1920s-1940s)  96 [5]; 97 [4]
    - Maffra Strolling Players (concert group)  115 [5-10]

    - picnics at Perry Bridge  90 [4]
    - swimming pool at Maffra  91 [6]
Ercildoune (property)  93 [18]
Erinundra   30 [5]
Erinvale (property)  26 [3]; 58 [16]; 58 [19]
Estate Agents: Alex Morison  15 [13]
Eucalyptus distilling  20 [10]; 23 [6]; 23 [cover]; 27 [7]
Exploration  72 [8]
    - by Angus McMillan  13 [8]
    - by George Bass  99 [3]
    - from Gelantipy  38 [3]
    - by Paul Strzelecki  81 [3-9]

F

F.G.S. (pen name)  42 [6]
Fairview (property, Sale-Maffra Rd)  21 [4]; 65 [12]
Fairview (property, Nuntin)  54 [16]
Falls Lane: renaming  36 [12]
Farmers Arms Hotel (Newry)  - see Hotels
Farmers Union  71 [4]
Federation
    - Gippsland/Maffra attitudes towards  108 [3-8]
    - Federal facts  108 [9-11]

Fences and fencing  28 [4]; 52 [1]; 70 [2]; 77 [13]
Fernaig (property)  14 [6]
Fernbank
    - railway accident  57 [16]
    - 1965 bushfire  64 [8]
Fiddlers Run (property)  55 [2]
Finchley (property)  34 [13]
Fire brigades
    - Briagolong  76 [11]
    - Maffra  20 [5]; 51 [8]; 76 [10]
    - Valencia Creek  40 [13]
    - Walhalla  33 [6]
Firearms  70 [3,5]
Fires  57 [13]
    - Alfred Street  39 [13]
    - in houses  9 [9]
    - in Johnson St, Maffra 25/12/1913  10 [11]; 20 [5]; 113 [3-8]
    - see also Bushfires
First child
    - in Maffra  35 [11]
    - white child in Heyfield  27 [10]
Fish: Gippsland Lakes  44 [2]
Fish Creek (location)  36 [12]
Fishmongers  37 [11]
Flaggy Creek: 1965 fires  64 [9]
Flax growing  20 [10]; 34 [14]; 54 [12]; 55 [9]
Flaxfield (property)  62 [9]
Floods  78 [8]
    - 1863  13 [16]
    - 1866 at Maffra  103 [19]

    - 1869 at Boisdale  50 [8]
    - 1880  28 [11]
    - 1891 33 [11]; 73 [11]
    - 1916 at Valencia Creek  25 [12]
    - 1952  19 [4]
    - 1971: Avon River  25 [12]; 40 [14]
    - 1990  80 [12]
    - Brodribb  30 [2]
    - Bushy Park railway bridges washed away  102 [16-19]; 120 [8-9]

    - Sale  13 [15]
    - Valencia Creek  25 [12]
Flour mills
    - John Carpenter  27 [10]
    - Maffra  8 [4]; 10 [11]; 12 [5]; 27 [11]; 35 [9]; 93 [16]
    - Sale  27 [11]
    - Weirs Crossing  69 [8]
    - Yarram  55 [10]
Flying foxes (transport)  25 [12]
Flying Squirrel (ship)  22 [12]
Flynn  53 [8]
Folklore: tall stories about dogs  32 [7]; 112 [12-15]
Football  42 [2]
    - Cowwarr League  50 [7]
    - Maffra  21 [3]; 59 [3]
    - Rosedale  50 [2,9]
    - Stratford  95 [14]
Forests Commission: and fires  76 [17]
Foster Building, Johnson Street  129 [3-5]

Foster Estate  1 [4]; 12 [8]; 14 [6]; commercial activities at 112 [12-15]
Foster Vale/Fostervale (property)  14 [11]; 35 [4]
Fosters Hill  16 [10]; 76 [14]
Fosters Plains  13 [9]
Fox Hunting  - see Hunting
Foy and Gibson  61 [3]
Freestone Creek  55 [11]; 85 [3]
Freestone Creek Road  62 [1]
Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Co  - see Dairy Factories
Frying Pan Creek  49 [14]
Fulham  24 [14]; 47 [10]; 62 [9]; 67 [12]
    - post office and railway station  22 [5]
Fulham Park (property)  24 [6]
Fultons Creek  24 [8]
Funeral Directors:  Maffra 61 [2]
Futchers Siding  75 [10]
Fyvie and Stewart  57 [10]

G

Gabo Island  81 [13]
Gaelic  24 [10]; 71 [7]
Gaffneys Creek  90 [6]
Gallipoli
    - diary of Herbert Ransom  100 [15-20]; 101 [3-9]; 102 [3-10];
        103 [3-15]

    - letters from  65 [1]
Garages: Stratford  72 [10]
Gardeners: Clark sisters  21 [4]
Gardens
    - Strathavon  44 [5]
    - Walhalla  47 [5]
Garnworth and Smith  27 [13]
Garry River  54 [3]
Gelantipy  38 [3]; 59 [17]
George Gray Centre for disabled care  101 [10-17]

Georges Creek  19 [10]; 22 [10]; 52 [4]
German settlers  54 [12]; 67 [10]; 72 [18]
    - Horstman family  35 [2]
    - World War I  69 [2]
Gerrand, shop  5 [3]
Ghosts  73 [14]
Gibson & Knox hotel (Seaton)  - see Hotels
Gippsland
    - attitudes towards Federation & voting patterns  108 [3-8]

    - exploration by McMillan  13 [8]
    - future of as seen in 1842  108 [18-20]

    - life in  22 [2]; 67 [8]
Gippsland Chronicle  45 [8]; 47 [9]
Gippsland Estates (1882)  77 [11]
Gippsland Lakes
    - effects of pollution in  98 [7]
    - fish  44 [2]
Gippsland Steam Navigation Co  27 [12]
Gippsland Steamships Co  27 [12]
Gippsland Times (newspaper)  25 [7]
Gippsland Trading Co  26 [9]
Gladstone  75 [10]
Glen Ean (house)  77 [14]
Glen Oscar (property)  75 [3]; 77 [4]
Glenaladale  34 [2,6]; 40 [9]; 68 [15]; 96 [12]
    - 1965 fires  64 [8]
Glencairn (location)  76 [17]; 82 [8]
    - visit by valuer  15 [13]
Glencoe (property)  26 [3]; 76 [2]
Glencourt (property)  60 [7]; 78 [4]
Glendock (property)  75 [3]; 77 [3]
Glenfalloch (property)  6 [7]; 26 [3]; 37 [4]; 65 [13]; 75 [2]; 91 [19]
    - depot for McMillan  54 [4]
    - history  29 [whole issue passim]; 36 [5    -9]
    - rabbits  47 [9]
Glenfield (property)  33 [11]; 59 [16]
Glengarry  50 [9]
Glenlonan (property)  75 [3]; 77 [9]
Glenmaggie  39 [12]; 41 [7]; 58 [18]; 77 [3]
    - 1900 fires  76 [6,9]
    - Blore family  15 [11]
    - box of boots washed to Newry  33 [11]
    - bushfires  18 [8]; 60 [4]
    - Carpenter family  46 [6]
    - houses transported to Maffra  53 [2]
    - packing from  24 [7]
    - PMG cables  50 [5]
    - Post Office  69 [5]; 78 [4]
    - Presbyterian church  - see Churches
    - Mechanics Institute  - see Halls
    - races  21 [2]
    - sawmilling  50 [1]
    - school  8 [4]
    - Timms family  72 [14]
    - township  91 [16]
    - truss road bridge  109 [8-11]; 110 [15]

Glenmaggie North school residence  19 [9]
Glenmaggie run, taken up by Meyrick  24 [13]
Glenmaggie Station  29 [5]; 91 [16]
    - description  6 [5]
Glenmaggie Weir  25 [3]
    - building of  95 [9]
    - first irrigation from  43 [6]
    - irrigation channels from  114 [1-4]

Glenmaggie (Seaton): gold discovery  45 [2]
Glenvale (property)  21 [4]
Glenwood (property)  14 [5]
Gloucester, Duke of: visit to Gippsland  16 [9]
Goats  55 [2]
Gold Mining  65 [12]
    - Bismark Mine  83 [5]
    - Boulder mine (Combienbar)  30 [5]
    - Boys mine  10 [10]
    - Buchan, discovery at  45 [2]
    - Chancellor Gold Mining and Quartz Co  27 [11]
    - Club Terrace  30 [2]
    - Cohens Reef (Walhalla)  47 [6]
    - Crooked River  45 [2-12 passim]
    - Donnellys Creek  7 [5]; 83 [3]
    - Edwards Reef  39 [16]
    - Empress mine  27 [11]
    - Glenmaggie (Seaton): gold discovery  45 [2]
    - Grant  15 [7]
    - Happy Go Lucky Mine  27 [11]
    - Hit or Miss Mine  83 [10]
    - Jeff Davis reef  45 [5]
    - Little Dorrit reef  45 [5]
    - Londonderry (Kalgoorlie) connection with Powerscourt  100 [9-10];
          101 [17-19]; 102 [11-13]

    - Long Tunnel Mine  22 [6]
    - McMillan's Track to Dargo fields  54 [1]; 56 [10]
    - Mallinder mine, Club Terrace  30 [2]
    - miners' wages  24 [8]
    - Moonlight reef  45 [5]
    - Morning Star (location)  83 [10]
    - Nicholson River goldfields  45 [2]
    - Omeo Prospecting Association  45 [2]
    - Pioneer Reef, Crooked River  45 [5]
    - police  57 [6]
    - Proprietary mine, Deptford  21 [8]
    - prospectors at Walhalla  18 [16]
    - South Gippsland (Quartz) Co  27 [11]
    - Union reef, Mt Pleasant  45 [5]
    - Walhalla Gold Mining Co  51 [2]
    - White Star Reef  35 [10]
    - see also Crooked River; Dargo; Freestone Creek; Walhalla
Golden Point  61 [16]; 75 [13]
Golf Clubs: Newry  78 [13]
Good Hope Creek  45 [4]
Good Luck Creek  21 [7]; 45 [4]
    - on Alpine Track  63 [3]
Gooding & Borthwick  10 [8]
Goodmans Cafe  61 [6]
Gooley Creek  63 [13]
Gormandale:  teachers 38 [7]
Government Prospecting parties  45 [2]
Gower Creek  8 [4]
Grain harvesting  28 [4]
Gramophone recordings  57 [12]
Grant 25 [7]; 45 [2-12 passim]
    - Guy family  21 [7]
    - Italians at Grant  45 [6]
    - post office  45 [6]
    - rush  15 [7]
Grassdale (property)  33 [11]
Grassy Flat  56 [11]
Gravel Hill school  91 [17]
Graves  - see Cemeteries
Green Hills  33 [3]; 55 [2]; 57 [2]; 76 [9]; 77 [15]
Greenbank (property)  58 [16]
Greens Gully  76 [13]
Greenwattle Racecourse  51 [7]
Grocers shops  58 [1]
Grocers  - see also Moran and Cato, W.D. Leslie
Grogans Bridge opening  130 [8-9]

Guns: types  16 [6]

H

Hagan's Bridge  33 [11]
Half houses  53 [2]
Hallows waterhole  56 [6]
Halls
    - Boisdale  27 [2]
    - Briagolong  3 [2]; 6 [3]; 16 [9]; 20 [8]; 84 [3]
    - Glenmaggie  84 [7]
    - Heyfield  84 [7]
    - Maffra  61 [4]; 84 [6]; 120 [10]
    - Rosedale  84 [6]
    - Upper Maffra  14 [12]; 27 [12]; 32 [4]; 59 [18]; 84 [7]
    - Stratford  84 [7]
    - Tinamba 105 [9]

    - Valencia Creek  20 [10]; 23 [15]; 40 [11]; 42 [4]; 84 [8]
    - Wa-de-lock  84 [8]
Happy Go Lucky (location)  9 [8]; 33 [7]; 45 [12]
Happy Go Lucky Mine  27 [11]
Harrietville Track  54 [2]
Harvesting  18 [3]
Haunted Hills  83 [4]
Haunted Yards  73 [14]
Heffernans Creek  56 [11]
Herd Testing: Maffra  34 [13]
Heyfield  6 [6]; 7 [2]; 58 [17]; 77 [5]
    - Anglican church  - see Churches
 
   - bridges (Battle for the Heyfield Bridge)  132 [8-9]

    - cairn  62 [7]
    - first white child  27 [10]
    - flour mill  27 [11]
    - hospital  - see Hospitals
    - Mechanics Institute  - see Halls
    - sawmills  27 [12]; 50 [9]; 52 [4]; 110 [12]
    - settlement  36 [14]; 47 [10]
    - town survey  33 [9]
Heyfield Park (property), ownership of  85 [6]
Heyfield Station (property)  13 [16]; 19 [13]
    - bricks  7 [4]
    - establishment  49 [13]
Hickeys Creek (location)  37 [3]; 78 [2]
Hill Top (property)  76 [2]
Hillside  15 [11]
Hinnomunjie  38 [3]
Hit or Miss Mine  83 [10]
Hogtown  45 [4]
Holdenson & Nielson  23 [14]
Holey Plain  77 [12]
Hollands Landing school  55 [5]
Home Defence Training  - see World War II
Home remedies  - see Medicine
Honour Boards:  made by Greg Blore 15 [12]
Hops  16 [8]; 30 [11]; 40 [11]; 67 [13]; 69 [12]
    - first  18 [13]
    - Lake Wellington  55 [2]
    - Little Plain  23 [13]
    - Mossiface  16 [17]
    - picking  44 [4,6]
    - Valencia Creek  19 [8]; 20 [10]
Hopville  66 [7]
Horses
    - and dogs  32 [7]
    - at shows  59 [11]
    - Indian trade  30 [11]; 66 [12]
    - in hiking  75 [11]
    - packhorses  9 [8]; 27 [4,11]; 30 [7]; 54 [5]
    - remedies  43 [11]
    - shoeing  4 [5]
    - see also Racing
Horsewomen:  Harriet Horstman 35 [5]
Horsemanship:  wrestling on horseback 42 [3]
Hospitals
    - Dargo Bush Nursing Centre  117 [4]

    - Heyfield  53 [7]
    - Heyfield private  14 [17]
    - Maffra  52 [11]; 53 [3]; 54 [15]; 87 [9]; 97 [14]
    - St David's, Maffra  10 [11]; 11 [6]; 12 [3]; 64 [10]; 87 [11]
    - Sale (Gippsland Base Hospital)  117 [3]

    - Stratford, Jorgensons  41 [4]
    - Stratford  41 [6]
    - Walhalla  47 [4]
Hotels
    - Albion Hotel (Sale) 22 [4]; 45 [14]; 67 [11]
    - Binns Hotel (McEvoys Track)  10 [10]
    - BRC Hotel (Bairnsdale)  50 [6]
    - Bridge Hotel (Rosedale)  22 [3]; 67 [10]
    - Camden Hotel (Maffra)  12 [10]; 85 [8]
    - Clark Bros Livery Stable (Sale)  22 [4]
    - Club Hotel (Sale)  45 [14]
    - Cobbanah Hotel  65 [13]
    - Cooks Hotel (McEvoys Track)  10 [10]
    - Connelys Inn (Caugmundi)  54 [1]
    - Dawes (McEvoys Track)  10 [10]
    - Deptford Hotel  21 [8]
    - Derwent Hotel (Port Albert)  26 [4]; 39 [9]
    - Farmers Arms Hotel (Newry)  14 [9]
    - Gibson & Knox Hotel (Seaton)  6 [8]
    - Grand Junction Hotel (Walhalla)  33 [7]
    - Grant, number of hotels in  45 [6]
    - grant of licences in 1881  26 [10]
    - Kellys’ hotel (Grant)  15 [7]
    - Macalister Hotel (Maffra)  10 [11]; 58 [19]; 131 [4-6]
    - Maffra Hotel  85 [8]
    - Market Hotel (Sale)  22 [4]; 67 [11]
    - Metropolitan Hotel (Maffra)  10 [11]; 85 [8]; 88 [8]
    - Mt Pleasant House (McEvoys Track)  10 [3]
    - Newry Hotel  14 [9]
    - Pick and Shovel (Crooked River road)  75 [9]
    - Point View (McEvoys Track)  10 [3]
    - Porters Wayside Hotel (McEvoys Track)  10 [10]
    - Royal Exchange Hotel (Sale)  45 [14]
    - Royal Mail Hotel (Grant)  45 [14]
    - Salter's Public House (Sale)  33 [9]
    - Shakespeare Hotel (Stratford)  40 [5]; 107 [13-14]
    - Ship Inn (Port Albert)  23 [2]
    - Springs Hotel (McEvoys Track)  10 [10]
    - Stockdale, hotel at  93 [9]
    - Swan Hotel (Swing Bridge, Sale)  22 [3]; 67 [10]
    - Tarraville Hotel  69 [7]
    - The Swan Hotel (Stratford)  95 [11]; 97 [5]
    - Thompson River Hotel (Bruntons Bridge)  9 [7]
    - Tinamba, hotels at  105 [10]

    - Turf Club Hotel (Sale)  65 [16]; 77 [16]
    - View Point Hotel  10 [3]
Household activities  9 [11]; 97 [8]
Household items  16 [6]
Household supplies  18 [10]
Houses & housing
    - Maffra  53 [1]; 54 [15]
    - moving  55 [5]
    - prefabricated  44 [3]; 53 [3]
    - removal of war huts to Maffra  25 [14]
Howittville  45 [5]
Huberts Corner  55 [10]
Humffray River  54 [2]
Humphries store (Walhalla)  9 [8]
Hunting  36 [14]; 42 [13]
    - at Leebrooke  78 [17]
    - at Perry Bridge  90 [5]
    - at Valencia Creek  42 [3]
    - wild bull  88 [3]
Hunting Flat  54 [6]
HutsMillers 61 [16]; 93 [16]

I

Ibert (property)  19 [3,9]
Indian hawkers  4 [5]; 17 [2]; 22 [8]; 23 [14]
Infant Welfare  - see Maternal Health
Insolvent Track  16 [7]; 73 [14]
Inverbroom (property)  69 [4]; 70 [12]; 77 [15]
    - Carr family  38 [7]
Invergorden (house)  62 [9]
Inverinate (house)  15 [13]
Invermichie (inc school)  78 [17]
Iron mining  54 [2]
Irrigation  43 [5]; 87 [19]; 98 [7-15 passim]
    - at Boisdale (illus)  98 [10]
    - channel construction from Glenmaggie  114 [1-4]; 130 [1 illus]
    - Macalister Irrigation District  130 [5]

    - spray v’s flood  98 [14]
Italians  32 [14]; 39 [15]; 70 [4]
    - at Grant  45 [6]
    - growing tobacco  52 [7]
    - Prisoners of War  79 [12]; 80 [5]
    - singing  26 [9]
    - sugarbeet industry  74 [2]
    - woodcutters at Walhalla  25 [4]
IVY Knitting Factory, Maffra  83 [14]

J

Jacobs Ladder (mountain spur)  56 [11]
Jeff Davis reef  45 [5]
Jeff Davis Spur  63 [5]
Jericho  32 [8]; 39 [17]; 54 [3]; 63 [13]; 82 [8]
Joanba (property)  61 [15]
Johnny Cake Creek  49 [14]
Johnson Street, Maffra  61 [1]; 129 [1, 3-6]; 130 [6]; 131 [4-6];
        132
[5]; 133 [4-7]; 134 [4]

    - fire in 1913  20 [5]
Johnsons Hill  63 [14]
Jordan  39 [17]
Joseph Cripps (ship)  26 [4]
Jungle Creek  45 [4]
Justices of the Peace  - see Andrew Hayes Browne, Kelly in IoN

K

Kangaroo hunts  44 [4]
Kaye and Butchardt  66 [11]
Kellas' Library  20 [8]
Kelly & Bennett, sawmillers  50 [10]; 52 [2]
Kelly Gang  65 [16]
Kelvin Grove, Sale  33 [13]
Ken Hill (location)  67 [14]
Kentucky (property)  82 [7]
Kentucky Creek  65 [15]
Kentucky Road  79 [1]
Kerosene tins: as building material  37 [6]
Killeen's Spur  40 [9]
Kilmany Park (property)  36 [14]
    - settlement  47 [10]
    - Boys Home  6 [5]
Kilmany Saw Mills (Tinamba)  30 [cover]
Kilmorie (property)  30 [10]; 66 [12]
King & Widdis  10 [11]
King and Heath  61 [4]
King diaries  67 [1]
Knitting  23 [14]
Knitting Factory:  Maffra 83 [13]
Knox's Metropolitan Hotel, Maffra  - see Hotels
Koalas  62 [3]
Koornalla (location)  81 [8]
Koorool (property)  22 [7]; 71 [6]

L

La Trobe, Superintendant C.J. (later Gov):  visit in 1845 57 [2]
Lady Airlie (ship)  44 [2]
Lady Loch (ship)  26 [4; 81 [13]
Lady of the Swamp  67 [9]
Lake Guthridge  42 [9]
Lake Reeve  55 [10]; 70 [1]
Lake Tarli Karng  - see Tarli Karng
Lake Tyers  55 [4]
Lake Wellington  55 [2]; 69 [12]
Lakefield (property)  61 [19]; 64 [18]
Lakes Entrance
    - construction of entrance  27 [12 & cover]
    - excursion to  42 [15]
Lamerdale (property)  61 [20]
Land Army  54 [8]
Landscape
    - relationship to land  21 [5]
    - tree loss  16 [16]
Lannigans Paddock  65 [12]
Laura Street (Erinvale) Maffra  58 [19]
Laurel Lodge (house)  25 [5]
Lazarini Spur  63 [13]
Leebrooke (property)  75 [9]
Leebrooke Hunt Club  78 [17]
Leslie, W.D. Pty Ltd  94 [whole issue]
Libraries
    - Briagolong Mechanics  20 [8]
    - Newry Mechanics  32 [5]
    - private  20 [8]
Licences, for public entertainment  32 [5]
Licola  29 [5]; 77 [3]; 91 [19]
    - De Bortoli family  39 [15]
    - drownings  40 [15]
    - McMichael family  75 [1]; 77 [3]
    - school  29 [11]
Licola Road  37 [9] (Susso gang); 131 [7] (early excursion)
Light horse  70 [6,13]
    - at Briagolong  42 [5]
    - at Stratford  97 [6]
Lightning strikes  33 [11]
Lighthouses  81 [12-18 passim]
    - Cape Otway  82 [3-5]
Lime Kilns  68 [5]
Lindenow  59 [18]
    - aboriginals at  73 [13]
    - bull named after  42 [12]
    - Burley family  50 [1]
Lindenow Flat:  two shepherds killed 34 [3]
Literacy  30 [5]
Literature  68 [16]
Little Brothers Scheme  58 [8]; 65 [11]
Little Dorrit reef  45 [5]
Little Plain  19 [8]; 23 [13]; 24 [10]; 40 [8]; 49 [2]; 61 [16]; 62 [10];
        71 [6]; 76 [7]

    - flax growing  54 [13]
    - fossils at  85 [3]
    - Greaves family  18 [2]; 116 [1-4 passim]
    - Nicholson family  22 [7]
    - sport  42 [2]
Little Womans [Creek?]  45 [7]
Little's sawmill  - see Sawmilling
Llowalong  12 [3]; 14 [16]; 66 [12]
    - fencing  52 [1]
Lloyd & Copeland  10 [11]
Local Government  - see A.H.B. Kelly in IoN
Lombard
(ship)  22 [12]
Lone Graves  - see Cemeteries
Long Tunnel Mine  22 [6]
Longford  70 [3]
    - road clearing  35 [9]
    - tomato sauce factory  53 [4]
Louisa Baillie (ship)  18 [2]
Louisa Range  54 [2]
    - on Alpine Track  63 [3]
Lower Dargo 54 [4]
Lowlands (property)  34 [6]; 68 [15]
Loyola (property)  75 [10]; 78 [17]
Lyndon Flat  63 [13]

M (Mac/Mc are treated as ‘Mac’)

Macalister Hotel  - see Hotels
Macalister Irrigation District  98 [12]; 130 [5]
Macalister Valley  29 [4]; 40 [6]
    - McMichael family  75 [1]; 77 [3]
    - tour of  91 [16]
McEvoy's Track  6 [8]; 7 [5]; 83 [3]
Machinery  59 [18]
    - beet lifters  39 [7]
    - reapers & binders  30 [11]
    - steam engine  90 [10 (illus)]
    - used in milk factories  92 [13]
    - water pumps  39 [8]
McLean, A. and Co  10 [8,11]; 34 [5]; 61 [2]; 66 [13]; 133 [4-5]
McLennan's Strait  16 [17]
McMillan walking track  56 [10]
Mafeking Hill park  87 [9]
Maffra
    - 150th Anniversary  134 [6-7]
    - aerial photographs c1945  133 [3]

    - Agricultural Society/Show  59 [1]
    - AIF  - see World War I
    - Alfred Street (No.24)  57 [10]
    - Anglican church  - see Churches
    - band  21 [3]
    - band at Valencia Creek  42 [3]
    - band during WWI  43 [4]
    - banks  100 [4]
    - beet industry  - see Sugarbeet
    - boarding houses  69 [5]; 85 [8]
    - Bowling Club  61 [5]
    - brick making  93 [5]
    - bridges  8 [4]; 59 [15]
    - builders:  Cook 33 [13]
    - businesses  6 [3]; 10 [7,11-12]; 25 [11]; 58 [1]; 90 [7];
           94 [whole issue]; 104 [14-17]; 118 [7-8]
        - advertisements for  110 [10-11]
        - and fire, Johnson Street 1913   10 [11]; 20 [5]; 113 [3-8]
        - reconstruction following 1913 fire  114 [12]

    - see also individual businesses
    - Catholic church  - see Churches
    - cheese factories  - see Dairy Factories
    - Civil Defence Unit (SES)  78 [7]
    - Coffee Palace  52 [10]

    - Community Health care  97 [13]
    - Country Party  71 [5]
    - Court House  110 [5-7]

    - creamery  - see Dairy Factories
    - Cricket Club 1883-4 season  109 [3-7]
    - dehydration plant  131 [12]

    - DNRE at  98 [7]
    - doctors in  87 [9]
    - drowning of Porter family  58 [5]; 109 [12-15]

    - earliest settlement  33 [3]
    - Federation attitudes towards & voting patterns  108 [3-8]

    - Fire Brigade  20 [5]; 51 [8]; 76 [10]; 134 [12]
    - fire in Johnson St, 25/12/1913  10 [11]; 20 [5]; 113 [3-8];
         reconstruction following  114 [12]

    - first child  35 [11]
    - first land sales  134 [6-7]

    - first store  15 [13]
    - flour mill  8 [4]; 10 [11]; 12 [5]; 27 [11]; 35 [9]; 93 [16]
    - football  21 [3]; 59 [3]
    - funeral directors  61 [2]
    - George Gray Centre for disabled care  101 [10-17]

    - history  8 [4]; 57 [10]
    - Historical Society:  25th Anniversary 99 [9]; 100th Bulletin 100 [3];
         first Annual Luncheon 2001 ("Promoting Local History" 111 [8-13];
         second Annual Luncheon 2002 (Tim Lee ABC presenter) 114 [5-9];
         40th Anniversary 131 [3]

    - hospital  - see Hospitals
    - hotels  - see Hotels
    - housing  53 [1]
    - Johnson Street  10 [11-12]; 61 [1]; 129 [1, 3-6]; 130 [6];
            131 [4-6]; 132 [5]; 133 [4-7]; 134 [4, first land sales 6-7]

    - knitting factory  83 [13]
    - life in:
         - 1940s  100 [4]
         - 1937-48, boyhood memories  114 [13-16]; 115 [1-4]; 116 [6-9];
              117 [8-12]; 118 [7-10]; 119 [1-5]; 120 [2-6]
    - Mafeking Hill park  87 [9]

    - Maffco factory (1966-1996)  - see Dairy Factories
 
   - Maffra Strolling Players  115 [5-10]
    - Main Street planting  25 [14]
    - Mechanics Institute  - see Halls
    - naming  83 [18]
    - Native Police Camp  57 [2]
    - Nestles factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - original site  14 [8]
    - Presbyterian church  - see Churches
    - police  12 [7]; 25 [8]; 132 [5]
    - politics  71 [5]
    - post office  27 [12]
    - racing  14 [13]; 51 [7]
    - Red Cross  51 [8]
    - residents in 1868  25 [10]
    - road accident report 1913  106 [9]
    - Royal visit 1934  130 [4]

    - Rural Fire Brigade  76 [10]
    - saddlers 41 [5]
    - sale of town lots  33 [9]
    - saleyards  5 [1]; 6 [2]; 23 [3]; 30 [7]; 133 [4-5]
    - school (Maffra High)  16 [9,11]; 73 [2]; 74 [10]
    - school in Presbyterian Hall  15 [13]
    - school (Primary)  12 [5]; 89 [10 illus]
    - school, private  7 [2]; 23 [12]
    - Scotfest  96 [11]
    - Scouts  133 [6]

    - sewerage  11 [3]; 115 [1-2]
    - Shire archives  28 [11]
    - Shire Rate Books  131 [8-9]

    - shops  72 [12]; 94 [whole issue]
    - St David's Hospital  - see Hospitals
    - survey of  57 [7]; 74 [15]
    - swimming pool history  91 [6]
    - trees in 1897  120 [10]
    - TV Scott  104 [14-17]

    - Urban Fire Brigade  20 [5]
    - urban landscape  70 [9]
    - Vice Regal visit  127 [6-7 (1913)]

    - Victoria Park  8 [5]; 84 [9]
    - water supply  11 [3]
    - W.D. Leslie Pty Ltd  94 [whole issue]
    - Wesleyan church  - see Churches
Maffra, NSW  77 [18]
Maffra Spectator  (newspaper)  25 [7]; 32 [6]; 45 [8]; 134 [12]
    - first copy  32 [6]
    - history  31 [2]; 84 [20]
Maffra Traders Association  22 [14]
Maiden Town  26 [10]; 62 [17]
Mail deliveries
    - deaths of mailmen  19 [5]
    - Newry and Tinamba  35 [11]
    - Newry/Upper Maffra  82 [12]
    - Rosedale to Walhalla  22 [3]; 67 [9]
    - Tregaskis  27 [7]
    - Walhalla to Aberfeldy  32 [8]
    - see also James Scott Amey, John Alford, `Cannonball' Gilsenan
      in
IoN

Mallinder mine, Club Terrace  30 [2]
Manapouri (ship), shipboard diary  34 [8]
Mansons Bridge  14 [8]; 28 [11]
Marathon (property)  22 [10]; 28 [12]
Marathon Road  52 [3]
Mardan (location)  58 [18]
Margaret (ship)  100 [11]

Market Hotel, Sale  - see Hotels
Marlay Point  33 [3]; 72 [9]
Marloo (property)  34 [13]
Mary Anne (ship)  26 [4]
Masonic Lodges, Walhalla  47 [3]
Maternal Health instruction  21 [3]
Mathieson & Davis  10 [8]
Matlock  39 [17]; 82 [8]
Mayfield (location), on Alpine Track  63 [3]
Mayhew Estate  12 [3]
Meadows station (property)  38 [4]
Meatworks, Flynn  53 [8]
Mechanics' Institutes  - see Halls
Medicine, home cures  33 [4]
Medowra (property)  37 [3]; 76 [9]
Meerlieu  16 [16]; 36 [12]
    - school  55 [5]
Melbourne Cup  51 [6]
Melbourne Fresh Food & Storage Co  - see Dairy Factories
Melbourne Women’s Walking Club  65 [14]; 75 [11]
Members of Parliament  71 [5]
    - see also Allan McLean, George Wise, J.W. McLachlan, William Pearson,
      George Davis in
IoN

Memorials
    - Briagolong/Bushy Park  16 [9]
    - cairns in Gippsland  62 [7-8]
    - to Angus McMillan (1927)  90 [17]
    - to Meyrick & Desailly  92 [20]
Merrijig  45 [2]
Merrimans Creek  32 [13]; 38 [4]; 58 [16]
Merrydale  19 [13]; 30 [10]
Merton station  38 [4]
Metung, book review  18 [13]
Mewburn Park (property)  8 [4]; 13 [15]; 22 [11]; 55 [8]; 59 [18];
      65 [12]; 72 [9]; 77 [13]; 105 [4]

    - description in 1882  72 [3]
    - Gilder family  36 [8]
    - Gordon Glassford family  23 [9]; 93 [18]
    - history of  111 [14-18]

    - horse races  14 [13]; 51 [7]
    - irrigation  43 [6]
    - Lachlan Macalister sells  33 [2]
    - leased by Merry  30 [10]
    - races  51 [7]
    - soldier settlement  51 [2]
Mharlooh (property)  96 [13]
Midwives  11 [6]; 58 [18]
    - aboriginal  38 [4]
    - at Maffra  53 [3]
    - see also Hannah Jeffs, Mrs Alford, Mrs Ryan in IoN
Miebost (property)  64 [13]
Migrant housing  53 [2]
Migration
    - Big Brother movement  58 [8]; 65 [11]
    - C19th  13 [9]; 34 [8]; 62 [9]; 68 [10]
    - post WWII  30 [8]; 78 [5]
    - Scandinavian emigrants:  in Boisdale 98 [15]; 112 [3-5]
    - Swiss migrants  114 [1-4]

    - Ukrainian migrants  78 [5]
Military Units, Maffra  43 [2]
Milk factories  - see Dairy Factories
Milk Lorries  70 [4]
Millennium, calculating end of  100 [13]
Millers Gap  41 [10]; 62 [5]
Millers Hut  61 [16]; 93 [16]
Mills' Coaches  25 [8]
Milton Park (property)  72 [13]
Mines and Mining  - see Gold Mining, Iron Mining
Monaro families  38 [3]
Montgomery, railway  69 [4]
Moonbah (property)  38 [3]
Moonlight reef  45 [5]
Moran and Cato  44 [9]; 61 [6]
Morass Creek  38 [3]
Mormon Town  25 [4]; 62 [17]
Morning Star (location)  83 [10]
Moroka (property)  93 [16]
Moroka Road  41 [10]; 62 [5]
Moroka Track  54 [2]
Morris Creek  45 [4]
Mossiface hop kilns  16 [17]
Motor vehicles, to be lit  42 [6]
Mount Angus  22 [10]; 52 [4]
Mount Arbuckle  54 [3]
Mount Berrigan  54 [4]
Mount Best bushfires  67 [8]
Mount Birregan  45 [4]
Mount Bulla  54 [2]
Mount Cynthia, Alpine Track  63 [3]
Mount Ewan, naming of  54 [2]
Mount Hart  54 [2]
Mount Hedrick  61 [14]
    - scenic reserve, history of  79 [3-11 passim]
Mount Larritt  54 [3]
Mount Pleasant  45 [5]
Mount Pleasant House  10 [3]
Mount Selma  65 [13]
Mount Shillinglaw  63 [13]
    - naming of  54 [3]
Mount Singapore  27 [11]
Mount Skene  45 [4]; 63 [13]
Mount Smyth  54 [4]
Mount Table Top  54 [2]
Mount Tamboritha  74 [11]; 79 [17]
Mount Useful  54 [5]
    - first load of machinery over  35 [10]
Mount Von Guerard  54 [2]
Mount Wellington  10 [4]; 41 [10]; 61 [15]; 74 [11]; 79 [18]
    - grazing run  35 [5]
    - searches  78 [9]
    - walk to  75 [11]
Mountain Cattlemen  65 [12]; 74 [11]; 77 [5]
    - Horstmans  35 [5]
Mourne Park (property)  8 [4]
Movies  96 [8]
Movie theatres
    - Briagolong  20 [9]
    - Maffra  43 [4]
    - Newry  32 [5]
Mullenden sawmills  55 [11]
Municipal Association  34 [7]
Munro
    - 1965 bushfires  64 [8]
    - halfway house  70 [12]
    - school  16 [8]
Murderers Hill  10 [10]
Murrays Corner  52 [1]
Music teachers  - see Ellen Kenevan, Maud Mayhew in IoN

N

Nancy (ship)  69 [7]
Nap Nap Marra (Mt Wellington)  10 [4]
Native cats  44 [6]
Native Dog Creek  54 [3]; 56 [11]
Native Police Force  57 [1-9]; 61 [10]
Native Police Reserve  32 [4]; 33 [3]
Navigation Creek  61 [15]
Nerina/Nerrina (property)  14 [16]; 66 [12]; 77 [16]
Nestles Milk Company  - see Dairy Factories
New Place (location)  40 [9]
New Place Creek  75 [11]
New Zealand, meat supplied by Gippsland  22 [12]
Newry  14 [8]; 61 [14]
    - Anglican church  - see Churches
    - butchers  10 [7]
    - butter factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - cheese factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - history  33 [11]; 35 [7]
    - houses moved to and from  53 [2]
    - Manson family  78 [12]
    - Mechanics' Institute  - see Halls, Upper Maffra
    - Merry family  19 [13]; 30 [11]
    - naming  32 [4]; 38 [6]
    - personalities  35 [8]
    - Presbyterian church  - see Churches
    - police  14 [11]; 33 [12]
    - review of St Andrew's church book  45 [15]
    - school  14 [11]
    - store  13 [7]
Newry (Ireland)  38 [2,8]; 39 [15]
Newspapers  47 [9]
    - see also Crooked River Chronicle, Gippsland Chronicle, Maffra
      Spectator

Nicholson River goldfields  45 [2]
Nicholson Rocks  61 [14]; 79 [3-11 passim]
North Gippsland Football League  50 [7]
Nuns  - see Ellen McQuillen in IoN
Nuntin  38 [6]
    - 1862 bushfire  76 [1]
    - dairy factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - Mansfield family  50 [12]
    - naming  28 [7]
    - Strathavon (property)  87 [3]
    - Swan family  54 [16]
Nursing
    - McMillan sisters  44 [6]
    - Rene Singleton  107 [9-12]
    - WWI  107 [3-9]

O

O'Connors Creek  41 [10]
Old Joe's Road  52 [4]
Omega (ship)  12 [5]
Omeo  22 [4]
    - arrival of McMillan  13 [10]
    - Hurley family  69 [5]
    - visit by Sir Henry Barkly  13 [15]
Omeo Prospecting Association  45 [2]
One Tree Farm  38 [6]
One Tree Hill  69 [7]
Operation Snail  53 [3]
Opium poppies  18 [10]; 27 [8]
Orbost  30 [2]
    - guesthouses  64 [13]
    - newspaper  25 [8]
Orchardists  25 [6]
Orchards, Michael Landy  67 [13]
Organs  77 [18]
Ormiston (property)  19 [13]; 30 [11]
Osage Oranges  73 [12]
Ostriches  19 [6]

P

Packhorses  - see Horses
Palaeontology  85 [3]; 90 [19]
Park House (property)  77 [12]; 105 [5]
Parliamentary members  - see Members of Parliament
Pastoral runs  - see Squatting, or under individual names of properties
Pathan
(ship)  66 [12]
Pearson Town  9 [8]
Pearsons Point  65 [12]
Pearsons Shanty  54 [6]
Pensions  28 [7]
Pepper Tree Range  63 [17]
Pepperwood Range  54 [2]
Perry Bridge  70 [12]
    - band  55 [6]
    - churches at  - see Churches
    - entertainment at, c1920s  90 [3]
    - history  55 [1-7]; 56 [1]
    - school  55 [5]
Persia (ship)  19 [10]
Photographers
    - Gippsland  47 [7]
    - see also H.B.Hammond, Mr Lothian in Index of Names
Photographs:  large group 44 [4]
Photography at shows  59 [12]
Piano teachers  - see Music Teachers
Pick and Shovel Hotel  - see Hotels
Picnics  - see Entertainment
Picture theatres  - see Movie theatres
Pigeon shooting  42 [2]
Pigs  34 [13]; 36 [8]
    - Combienbar  30 [3]
    - sales at Yarram  37 [2]
Pioneer Reef, Crooked River  45 [5]
Pit saws  70 [1]
Platina (location)  33 [7]
Playboy Creek  63 [8]
Pleydell and Fulton  51 [12]
Ploughing competitions  47 [13]
Plumbers  62 [20]; 85 [15]
    - see also Pitt family in IoN
Poetry  66 [14]
    - about burial at Stratford  90 [9]
    - about Licola  36 [9]
    - by John Wilson  88 [18]
Point Macadam  54 [3]
Point View Hotel  - see Hotels
Police
    - Maffra  12 [7]; 25 [8]; 132 [5]
    - Newry  14 [11]; 33 [12]
    - see also Native Police
Police Stations: Briagolong  52 [1]
Police Strike  78 [18]; 83 [12]
Political candidates: Fritz Horstman  35 [11]
Politicians:
    - Allan McLean  96 [15]
    - Jimmy McLachlan  110 [13-14]
    - see also individual references in IoN

Politics  40 [11]
    - Country Party  71 [4]
    - Gippsland/Maffra attitudes towards Federation  108 [3-8]
    - Federal facts  108 [9-11]

Port Albert  69 [7]; 81 [13]
    - John Carpenter  27 [10]
    - Ship Inn  - see Hotels
Port Welshpool, European discovery  55 [10]
Porter and Vernon  61 [7]
Porter's Wayside Hotel  - see Hotels
Porters Hill  56 [11]
Portsea Quarantine Station  13 [14]
Possum trapping  18 [11]; 37 [6]
Post Offices
    - Darlimurla  22 [4]; 67 [12]
    - Glenmaggie  69 [5]; 78 [4]
    - Grant  45 [6]
    - Maffra  27 [12]
    - Perry Bridge  55 [1]
    - Rices Hill  49 [3]
    - Rosedale  50 [7]
    - Stratford  97 [6]
    - Valencia Creek  25 [12]
    - Walhalla  26 [11]
Postmistresses  - see Catherine Gilsenan in IoN
Potatoes  66 [7]
Poultry in shows  59 [7]
Poverty Point  25 [4]
Powerscourt (property)  19 [3]; 51 [6]; 73 [10]; 77 [15]
    - additions  23 [4]
    - bore  56 [9]
    - connection with Kalgoorlie gold & purchase by John Mills  100 [9-10];
         101 [17-19]; 102 [11-13]

    - flax growing  54 [12]
    - Mrs Mills and life at  117 [1-6]; 118 [2-4]
    - opening of ballroom in 1910  103 [19]

Powerscourt railway siding  2 [3]
Prefabricated houses  - see Houses
Presbyterian Church  - see Churches
Prisoners of war  61 [7]; 79 [12]; 80 [5]
    - adopted by CWA  54 [8]
Proprietry mine, Deptford  21 [8]
Prospect Creek  45 [2]
Prospectors at Walhalla  18 [16]
Providence Ponds (location)  105 [18]

Pumps for irrigation  43 [5]
Punts: Avon box punt  44 [3]
Purdys Lane  36 [12]
Purgatory Spur  61 [15]

Q

Quackmungee  45 [4]
Quarries: Briagolong  3 [2]; 19 [15]
Quartz Creek  54 [6]
Queensland
    - movement to  22 [7]
    - trip by Alick MacMillan 1873  66 [1]

R

Rabbits  18 [4]; 37 [3,5]; 39 [15]; 40 [11]; 49 [8]; 77 [3]
    - poisoning  43 [8]
    - stories involving  112 [12-15]

    - trappers in hospital  14 [18]
    - trapping  49 [8]
Racing  14 [13]; 61 [17]; 71 [2]; 72 [12]; 78 [17]
    - Briagolong  74 [9]
    - Glenmaggie  21 [2]
    - Maffra  14 [13]; 51 [7]
    - Mewburn Park  14 [13]; 51 [7]
    - Moroka Road  62 [5]
    - Sale  36 [13]; 51 [7]
    - Valencia Creek  42 [4]
    - see also horses
Radio stations:  Sale 16 [10]
Railway caretakers  22 [4]
Railway House, Maffra  52 [10]; 53 [3]
Railways
    - 1940s  117 [8-10]

    - accidents  57 [16]
    - Boisdale  74 [3]
    - Briagolong  41 [7]; 16 [8]; 19 [6]; 73 [8]
    - Bushy Park bridges rebuilt after floods  102 [16-19]

    - caretakers  67 [12]
    - Montgomery  69 [4]
    - show train  59 [8]
    - sleepers  50 [2]
    - special train to Boisdale  42 [13]
    - special train to show  56 [4]
    - Stratford  57 [21]; 69 [4]; 96 [5]
    - Stratford railway weir  100 [5-6]
    - sugar train  68 [7]
    - to Maffra  59 [15]
    - transporting houses  53 [2]
    - Traralgon to Bairnsdale  69 [3]
    - workers  78 [6]
Raith (property)  61 [19]; 64 [18]
Ramahyuck (Aboriginal reserve)  35 [11]; 44 [7]; 55 [1-18 passim];
        57 [9]; 62 [20]

    - McMillan’s proposal for  65 [5-10]
    - excursion 1977  14 [15]
    - primary school  55 [5]
    - timeline  89 [13-15]
    - see also Hagenauer in IoN
Ramtown  45 [4]
Rathfarnham (property)  42 [12]
Rechabite Hall, Maffra  58 [1]
Recreation  20 [8]
Red Cross
    - Maffra  51 [8]
    - Valencia Creek  20 [10]
Red Jacket (location)  54 [3]
Redbank (property)  14 [16]; 40 [5]
Redgum Flat  38 [6]
Reidsdale (property)  40 [7]; 91 [18]
Rescues
    - by aeroplane  79 [17]
    - during floods  80 [16]
    - Jack Kelly  74 [11]
    - of "white woman"  34 [4]
    - SES activities  78 [7-11 passim]
Reynella Park (property)  33 [11]
Rice & Woodland  10 [11]
Rices Hill  19 [9]; 20 [7]; 49 [3]
Rifle Club
    - World War I  69 [1]
    - Maffra  51 [8]
Rifle shooting  43 [13]
River crossings:  Boisdale 15 [16]
Riversdale (property)  59 [18]; 77 [14]
Riverslea  54 [15]; 59 [18]
    - irrigation  43 [5]
Roads
    - Dargo  62 [1]; 73 [13]; 128 [6-7]
    - Freestone Creek Road  62 [1]
    - linking Gippsland goldfields  54 [1]; 56 [10]
    - Moroka  41 [10]; 62 [5]
    - Seaspray  22 [4]
Rokeby (location)  67 [12]
Roller skating  20 [9]
Romawi (property)  28 [14]
Rosedale  30 [2]
    - Bridge Hotel  - see Hotels
    - mailmen  67 [9]
    - Post Office and Telephone  50 [7]
    - Mechanics Institute  - see Halls
    - sawmilling  50 [1]
    - Sinnbeck family  22 [3]
    - Stagg/Rowley family  50 [9]
Roseneath (property)  16 [16]; 44 [4]
Rowing  55 [8]
Royal Exchange Hotel (Sale)  - see Hotels
Royal Mail Hotel (Grant)  - see Hotels
Royal Visits:  Kilmany Park 36 [14]; Maffra 130 [4]
RSL halls:  Briagolong 19 [16]
Rural life  27 [3]; 28 [4]; 87 [19]; 88 [3]
Ryan & Hammond  23 [10]

S

Saddlers  - see J.M. Fullerton, John McQuillen in IoN
Sale
    - aerodromes during WW2  89 [5]
    - Albion Hotel  - see Hotels
    - Anglican church  - see Churches
    - banks  45 [13]
    - builders: Cook  33 [13]
    - cheese factory  - see Dairy Factories
 
   - Cherry family  111 [3-7]

    - Dyers Transport in  86 [3]
    - flour mill  27 [11]
    - Little’s transport in  89 [3]
    - Market Hotel  - see Hotels
    - sauce factory  53 [5]
    - Turf Club  36 [13]; 51 [7]
Saleyards  - see Stockyards
Salisburys' Coaches  25 [8]
Salter's Public House  33 [9]
Salvation Army  65 [11]
    - Maffra  58 [3]; 61 [9]
    - see also Churches
Sandy Creek Station (property)  88 [3]; 96 [12]
Sarsfield  64 [13]
Sawmilling  16 [16]; 50 [1,9]; 70 [1]; 74 [1]
    - Briagolong  2 [3]; 16 [8]; 19 [10]; 50 [10]; 52 [1]; 80 [10 illus]
    - Briagolong, Littles  24 [11]
    - Bushy Park  20 [9]
    - Downey's Mill, Heyfield  110 [12]
    - East Gippsland mills  113 [9-18]

    - Heyfield  27 [12]; 50 [9]
    - Kelly & Bennett, sawmillers  50 [10]; 52 [2]
    - Maffra (William Crisp)  39 [9]
    - McArdle & Leslie  6 [4]
    - Mullenden [Mullendong]  55 [11]
    - Rosedale  50 [1]
    - Seaton  50 [9]
    - Stockdale  52 [4]
    - Stratford  50 [8]; 52 [4]
    - Tinamba  30 [cover]; 51 [3]
    - Valencia Creek  20 [9]; 50 [1]; 52 [1]
    - Wombat  52 [4]
    - Woods Point   15 [7]
    - see also D. Munro, G.Little in IoN
Sawpit Creek  52 [4]
Scandinavian emigration  98 [15]
Scanlon, grave  65 [15]
Schools  73 [1]
    - Alberton 38 [4]
    - Bengworden South  55 [5]
    - Boisdale  10 [8]; 14 [6]; 74 [3]
    - Briagolong  20 [7]
    - Bundalaguah  21 [5]; 27 [12]; 73 [3]
    - Combienbar  30 [3]
    - Glenmaggie  8 [4]
    - Glenmaggie North residence  19 [9]
    - Gormandale  38 [7]
    - Gravel Hill  91 [17]
    - Hollands Landing  55 [5]
    - Invermichie  78 [17]
    - Licola  29 [11]
    - Maffra High School  16 [9,11]; 73 [2]; 74 [10]
    - Maffra (in Presbyterian Hall)  15 [13]
    - Maffra Primary  12 [5]; 89 [10 (illus)]
    - Maffra (private)  7 [2]; 23 [12]
    - Meerlieu  55 [5]
    - Newry  14 [11]
    - Perry Bridge  55 [5]
    - Ramahyuck  55 [5]
    - sports  42 [4]
    - Stockdale area  47 [7]
    - Stratford (first)  44 [5]; 96 [3]
    - Tinamba  105 [9]

    - Timamba West  12 [8]; 105 [9]
    - Upper Maffra East  12 [8]
    - Valencia Creek 19 [9]; 20 [7]; 71 [13]
    - Wa-de-lock  18 [4]; 20 [7]; 23 [14]; 24 [10]; 71 [6]
    - Walhalla  9 [12]
School teachers
    - see Charles Edward Stewart, John Gilsenan, Miss Deehan, Thomas
       Lockwood in
IoN

Scorpion Creek  49 [14]
Scotchmans Plain  40 [8]
Scotfest (Maffra)  96 [11]
Scott and Grey  52 [4]
Scottish settlers  40 [8]; 62 [10]; 71 [7]
    - see also Lachlan Macalister in Index of Names
Scouts, formation of in Maffra  133 [6]

Seacombe  16 [17]
Search and Rescue  78 [8]
Seaspray  22 [4]; 22 [6]; 42 [9]; 67 [11]; 117 [3]
    - aboriginal football team at  42 [11]
Seaton  7 [2]; 83 [3]
    - Catholic church  - see Churches
    - Marshall family  53 [6]
    - robbery at bank  6 [8]
    - Sawmill  50 [9]
Selection  29 [6]
    - by relatives  25 [6]
    - at Wa-de-lock  22 [9]
Serpentine (location), sporting events at  55 [8]
Sewerage
    - supply in Maffra  11 [3]
    - systems throughout Gippsland  98 [9]
Sheep
    - dipping  70 [2]
    - early management & disease  24 [14]
    - Glenfalloch  36 [8]
    - shearing  55 [12]
    - shepherding  34 [2]; 49 [12]
Shillinglaw's Hill  56 [11]
Shipping
    - Gippsland Lakes  27 [9]; 67 [10]
    - Perry Bridge  55 [1]
    - sea voyage Melbourne/Sydney  98 [3]
Ships  - see under individual names
Shire Council staff  62 [20]
Shire Councillors, Avon Shire  78 [17]
Shops
    - Briagolong and Boisdale  19 [11]
    - grocers  58 [1]
    - Maffra:  in 1908-09 10 [11-12]; 72 [12]
Shows  - see Agricultural Societies
Skiing  78 [10]
Skye (later Grant)  45 [4]
Slaters Coaches  25 [8]
Slavens Hill  55 [1]
Sleeper cutting  50 [1]
Slippery Pinch  54 [2]
Smoking  42 [7]
Snake Hill  54 [5]
Social life  32 [5]; 44 [4]
Soldier settlement  51 [1]; 105 [7]
Soldiers, recognition of  16 [9]
South Gippsland (Quartz) Co  27 [11]
Sperm Whale Head  55 [4]
Sport  14 [9]; 21 [2]; 42 [whole issue]; 55 [8]; 62 [1]; 70 [12]; 88 [8];
    109 [3-7]; 117 [7]

Spring Hill (Bundalaguah)  35 [4]; 36 [12]; 49 [12]
Spring Hill, shepherd killed  34 [3]
Spring Hill (near Grant)  45 [5]
Spring Park (property)  77 [14]
Springbank (property)  65 [11]
Springfield (property)  33 [11]; 35 [8]; 38 [7]
Springs Hotel  - see Hotels
Squatters using dummies  26 [4]
Squatting  29 [10]
Squatting runs  - see under individual names
St Davids Hospital, Maffra  - see Hospitals
State Emergency Service, Maffra  78 [7]
Stock & Station agents  68 [16]; 96 [15]; 133 [4-5]
    - see also Charlie Stagg, McLean & Co
Stockdale (also Stockyard)  49 [14]; 70 [11]
    - sawmills  52 [4]
    - school in area  47 [7]
Stockyards
    - Dalgety's, Maffra  5 [1]; 6 [2]; 23 [3]
    - Heyfield saleyards  27 [12]
    - Maffra saleyards  30 [7]; 133 [5]
Stockyard Creek  61 [15]
Stockyard Flat, Omeo Road  54 [5]
Stockyard Hill  55 [13]
Stokes Corner  14 [8]
Store Creek  45 [2]
Stormy Point  54 [4]
Stratford
    - aboriginal families at  40 [6]
    - Anglican church  - see Churches
    - band  41 [6]
    - blacksmith  43 [8]
    - Bowling Club  78 [17]
    - cheese factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - Daniel family  27 [8]
    - first cemetery  14 [16]
    - garages  72 [10]
    - life in (1920s-1940s)  95 [11]; 96 [3]; 97 [3]
    - McQuillen family  40 [4]
    - Mechanics Institute  - see Halls
    - naming and early history  108 [12-15]
    - Presbyterian church  -
see Churches
    - post office  97 [6]
    - racing  72 [12]
    - railways  - see Railways
    - sawmills  52 [4]
    - school, first  44 [5]; 96 [3]
    - town in c1904  88 [12]
    - weir for railways  100 [5-6]
    - World War II army searchlights at  102 [14-16]

Stratford Historical Society
    - history 79 [16]
    - 30th Anniversary  99 [7]
Strathavon (property)  1 [6]; 4 [3]; 21 [6]; 44 [2]; 66 [1]; 87 [3]
Strathfieldsaye (property)  55 [2]; 69 [12]; 76 [1]; 77 [12]
    - gardens  41 [2]
    - workers  41 [5]; 43 [8]
Stretton Park (facility)  53 [3]; 87 [11]
Strike at beet factory (1989)  95 [3]
Stringers Creek (later Walhalla)  27 [11]; 45 [12]
Stringybark (property)  93 [15]
Stuffed birds  59 [12]
Sugarbeet industry  2 [3-4]; 16 [8]; 25 [11-12]; 35 [6]; 56 [5]; 57 [10];
        95 [3]

    - Beet Growers League  34 [13]
    - beet seed  112 [6-7]

    - Carnegie factory  30 [11]
    - carting  28 [4]; 39 [6]
    - Germany  35 [2]
    - growing  74 [2]
    - involvement of John Mills  51 [7]
    - Italians in sugarbeet industry  74 [2]
    - Kilmany  36 [14]
    - machinery  39 [7-8]
    - Mewburn Park  51 [4]
    - museum’s ten years  87 [14]
    - museum acquisitions  9 [4]
    - price  21 [6]
    - Rosstown (Melb) Mill  73 [10]
    - sales of white sugar  25 [13]
    - Strathavon  44 [8]
    - strike at factory (1898)  95 [3]
    - thinning  28 [5]
    - tools and equipment  20 [6]
    - under irrigation  43 [6]
    - Vice Regal visit to factory 1913  127 [6-7]

    - Wolff Bros  54 [12]
    - workers in industry  87 [19]
Sugarbeet Company
    - first meeting  40 [10]; 59 [16]
    - prospectus  93 [19]
    - shareholders  26 [6]
Sugarbeet factory  8 [3]; 23 [3]; 68 [3]
    - bricks for factory  7 [2]
    - extension  38 [14]; 39 [13]; 57 [10]
    - factory pump  43 [5]
    - managers  46 [4]; 49 [16]; 51 [3]
    - recalled by Frank Coombe  68 [3]
    - recalled by Stan Hunt  110 [5-7]

    - staff  56 [8]; 44 [5]
    - strike at (1898)  95 [3]
    - sugar centrifuge (illus)  24 [cover]
    - transport to factory  89 [5]
Suggan Buggan  70 [11]
Sullivan's Track  54 [5]
Summerlea (property)  12 [2]; 14 [11]; 19 [10]; 35 [9]
Sunflowers  77 [9]
Superphosphate, first use  51 [3]
Surveyors  55 [11]
    - see C.P. Rafferty, George Hastings, James Carr, Wilmot,
      T.S. Townsend, Whitelaw, William Tennant Dawson, George
      Hastings in
IoN

Swan Estate  70 [12]
Swan Hotel, Swing Bridge  - see Hotels
Swan Reach, massacre of Aborigines at  34 [5]
Swan's saddlery (Stratford)  43 [9]
Swimming
    - history of Maffra pool  91 [6]
    - Maffra 1905  42 [6]
Swimming races  42 [3,6]
Swing Bridge (Sale)
    - Swan Hotel  - see Hotels
    - swimming races  42 [6]
Swiss settlers  72 [18]; 82 [8]

T

Tabberabbera  24 [14]; 39 [12]
    - ball at  42 [12]
Tain (Ship)  22 [12]
Talbotville  12 [3]; 39 [12]; 45 [5]
    - Guy family  21 [7]
Talisker (property)  23 [13]; 25 [12]; 71 [6]
Tambo (ship)  81 [18]
Tangil (property)  76 [2]
Target shooting  42 [2]
Tarli Karng (lake)  41 [11]; 78 [8]
    - aboriginal legend  10 [4]
    - 1894 excursion to  105 [14-17]
    - 1925 excursion to  106 [3-8]

Tarraville Hotel  - see Hotels
Tasmania  22 [12]
Taylor and Loughnan  69 [7]
Telephone switchboards: Rosedale  50 [7]
Templeton's Coaches  25 [8]
Tennis Club  64 [16]
The Channels (location)  61 [14]; 79 [1]
The Clippens (property)  32 [14]; 36 [12]; 69 [5]; 77 [16]; 96 [13]
The Crinoline (mountain)  63 [13]
The Grange (property)  15 [11]
The Heart (property & location)  26 [3]; 38 [6]; 51 [6]; 58 [17]; 76 [2];
        77 [15]

    - cheese factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - naming  34 [4]
The Lady Airlie (ship)  87 [7]
The Loggings (location)  16 [17]
The Pines (house)  87 [10]
The Ridge (property)  22 [3]; 67 [1,9]
The Ripple (ship)  87 [7]
The Springs (location)  83 [3]
Thirty Five Mile creek  45 [7]
Thirty Mile Creek  45 [7]; 63 [6]
Thomson & Cunningham  47 [10]
Thomson River, naming of  33 [2]
Thomson River Hotel  - see Hotels
Thomson Street, Maffra, naming of  33 [2]
Thornton and Co  69 [3]
Thousand Acre Paddock (location)  61 [16]
Threshing contractors  23 [14]
Thundereggs  63 [2]
Tichbourne Affair/Trial  64 [13]; 104 [19]
Tichburn (horse)  14 [13]
Ticonderoga (ship)  13 [11]; 14 [4]; 75 [6]
Tiger cats  18 [3]
Timber Industry  - see Sawmilling
Tinamba  41 [5]
    - 1900 fires 76 [9]
    - Athletics Club  117 [7]

    - bullock teams  52 [5]
    - businesses in  105 [10-11]

    - Catholic church  - see Churches
    - cheese factories  - see Dairy Factories
    - general history of  105 [3-12]

    - McCarthy family  70 [16]
    - McLachlan family  22 [7]
    - mill  52 [2]
    - store  13 [7]
Tinamba West  24 [3]; 33 [11]
    - Auchterlonie diary  50 [8]
    - Blore family  15 [11]
    - school  12 [8]
Tobacco:  Colemans 52 [7]
Tomato growing:  Dutson 53 [4]
Toms Cap (location)  50 [6]; 64 [13]
Toms Creek  30 [9]
Toombon  9 [11]
Toongabbie
    - destroyed by fire  76 [5]
    - Greaves family  18 [2]
Toora  81 [13]
Top Plain (property)  46 [6]
Top Plain Mill  52 [1]
Tractors: advertisement  44 [10]
Trades  - see under individual occupations
Trafalgar  71 [5]
Trains  - see Railways
Transport  12 [5]; 27 [3]; 73 [14]
    - carts and drays  39 [5]
    - Cobb and Co  45 [12]
    - Dyers of Sale  86 [3]
    - flying foxes  25 [12]
    - Little’s bus & truck operations  89 [3]
    - model railway engine (by Mr Carne, Maffra)  107 [cover, 17]

    - private school buses  37 [10]
    - railways in 1940s  117 8-10]
    - road accident 1913, Sale-Maffra road  106 [9]

    - school buses  16 [12]; 89 [6]
    - sea voyage Melbourne/Sydney  98 [3]
    - to movies  20 [9]
    - truss road bridge at Glenmaggie  109 [8-11]; 110 [15]

    - Walhalla  25 [8]
Trapping  - see possums, rabbits
Travel in 1876  55 [6]
Trees
    - Cypresses  52 [7]
    - early plantings  23 [6]
    - first ornamental plantings in Maffra  15 [13]
    - in Maffra 1897  120 [10]

Trembath Bros  9 [8]; 26 [9]
Trinculo (ship)  55 [13]
Triumphal arches  13 [15]
Trucks in timber industry  50 [4]
Tubbut  23 [10]
Tullaree (property)  24 [6]; 67 [9]
Tumbledown Flat  54 [6]
Turf (Club) Hotel, Sale  - see Hotels
Twenty five mile creek  45 [7]; 63 [6]
Tyers (location):  Wolff bros 54 [12]

U

Ukrainian migrants  78 [5]
Union reef, Mt Pleasant  45 [5]
Upper Maffra  30 [12]; 33 [3]; 47 [10]; 61 [14]; 72 [11]; 76 [7]
    - 1900 fires  76 [8]
    - Butter Factory  - see Dairy Factories
    - flour milling  27 [12]
    - Mechanics' Institute  - see Halls
    - personalities  35 [8]
    - Scanlon family  52 [10]
    - Weir Family  69 [8]
Upper Maffra East  12 [8]
    - history  82 [12]
    - map  82 [10]
    - school  12 [8]
Upper Maffra West  76 [6]; 82 [7]
    - Horstman family  35 [4]

V

Valencia Creek  19 [10]; 20 [7]; 61 [20]; 65 [13]
    - 1916 flood  25 [12]
    - 1965 fire  76 [13]
    - aborigines at  19 [5]; 20 [10]
    - boiling down works  42 [3]
    - Cameron family  19 [2]; 64 [14]
    - Campbell family  46 [6]
    - Fire Brigade  76 [11]
    - fossils at  85 [3]
    - Greaves family 1 8 [2]; 116 [1-4 passim]
    - Mechanics Institute  - see Halls
 
   - O'Connor family  104 [3-5]

    - post office  25 [12]
    - Red Cross  20 [10]
    - sawmilling  20 [9]; 50 [1]; 52 [1]
    - school  19 [9]; 20 [7]; 71 [13]
    - sport  42 [2-5 passim]
    - tour  19 [6]
    - Uniting church  - see Churches
Valuers:  Alex Morison 15 [13]
Vehicles  86 [5]
Verandahs:  demolition 11 [2]; rebuilding 12 [2]
Vice Regal visits  127 [6-7 (1913)]

Victoria Cross:  Maffra winner 38 [17]
Victoria House, Maffra  10 [11]
Victoria mill  52 [1]
Victoria Park, Maffra  8 [5]; 84 [9]
Victory Cookery Book  54 [9]
View Point Hotel  10 [3]

W

Wa-de-lock  40 [9]
    - 1900 bushfires  76 [7]
    - hall  - see Halls
    - school  18 [4]; 20 [7]; 23 [14]; 24 [10]; 71 [6]
    - see also Tregaskis in IoN
Wages  24 [8]
Walhalla  18 [15]; 24 [5]; 26 [9]; 27 [11]; 32 [8]; 45 [12]; 58 [17]
    - accounts by Harry Roberts  9 [7]; 24 [5]; 25 [2]; 26 [9]; 33 [6]
    - Anglican church  - see Churches
    - band  9 [11]
    - bridge  25 [4]
    - builders (Cook)  33 [13]
    - Chinese at  47 [5]
    - Fire Brigade  33 [6]
    - history  33 [6]; 47 [3]
    - houses moved to Maffra  53 [2]
    - Long Tunnel Mine  36 [13]
    - mailman  22 [3]; 67 [9]
    - pipe smokers  38 [17]
    - post office  26 [11]
    - prospectors at  18 [16]
    - school  9 [12]
    - Thomson family  69 [14]
    - transport to  27 [4]
    - woodcutters at  18 [15]
Walhalla Chronicle (newspaper)  25 [7]; 45 [8]
    - excerpts  25 [8]
Walhalla Gold Mining Co  51 [2]
Wandocka (property)  19 [13]; 30 [10]; 36 [14]
Wanrua (property)  14 [12]; 78 [13]
War Memorials:  Briagolong 16 [9]
Warragul: Tatterson family  10 [6]
Warragul Tom's Road  52 [2]
Water Pumps  - see agricultural equipment
Water supply  16 [9]
    - in central Gippsland  98 [12]
    - Maffra  8 [4]; 11 [3]
Waterford (location)  62 [2]
Waterhen (ship)  23 [12]
Waterwitch (ship)  72 [9]
Wathen, family  10 [7]
Wattle bark stripping  18 [4]; 23 [6]; 78 [2]
    - Hickeys Creek  37 [4]
Wauk Wauk (location)  75 [11]
Weather: wind  41 [7]
W.D. Leslie Pty Ltd  94 [whole issue]
Weirs Crossing  69 [8]
Welshpool  67 [11]
Wentworth River  45 [2]
White Star Reef  35 [10]
White woman with Aborigines  34 [4]
Whitethorn hedges  23 [9]
Widdis & King  10 [11]
Willow Grove (property)  91 [20]
Willsmere Milk factory  - see Dairy Factories
Willung  14 [5]
Wilsons Promontory  81 [17]
Windmills  56 [9]; 66 [12]
Windsor House (Walhalla)  47 [4]
Wolff, bros  54 [12]
Wolverton (property)  15 [8]; 16 [7]; 22 [9]; 40 [10]
Wombat (location)  19 [9]; 37 [6]; 40 [11]; 61 [16]; 76 [15]
    - Greaves family  18 [2]; 116 [1-4 passim]
    - sawmill  52 [4]
Wombat Flat  75 [14]
Women
    - as farmers  70 [8]
    - as riders  35 [5]
    - as spinsters  21 [4]
    - first into north Gippsland  34 [2]
    - voting  15 [16]
    - see also Country Women's Association
Women's National League  40 [11]
Won Wron  67 [8]
    - Jeffs family  22 [2]
Wonnangatta Station (property)  36 [9]
Wonthaggi
    - chicory growing  37 [12]
    - movement to  9 [9]
Wood cutters  28 [4]
Woodburn (property)  69 [5]
Woodchopping (as sport)  42 [2]
Woodcutters: Walhalla  25 [4]
Woodland & Rice  10 [11]
Woodlands (property)  41 [3]
Woods Point  15 [6]; 63 [13]
Woodside  70 [1]
    - Alford family  12 [5]
Woolshed Creek  65 [15]
Working bees  22 [4]
World War I  51 [8]; 77 [3]
    - AIF, Maffra Platoons  43 [2-3]
    - diary of H.W.Ransom  100 [15-20]; 101 [3-9]; 102 [3-10];
        103 [3-15]

    - declaration of peace celebrations, Walhalla  26 [9]
    - Gallipoli  65 [1]
    - Italian Prisoners of War  79 [12]; 80 [5]
    - letter from France (1918)  91 [3]
    - Maffra  69 [1]
    - Mrs Mills' war efforts  117 [5-6]
    - nurses from Gippsland  107 [3-9]
         Riggall, Louie in France  134 [8-9]

    - poem  66 [14]
    - sawmilling  50 [9]
World War II  50 [5]; 69 [9]; 73 [5]; 86 [11]; 86 [15]
    - army searchlights at Stratford  102 [14-16]

    - coupons during  94 [13]
    - dehydrated vegetables  56 [8]; 86 [19]
    - food parcels to England  94 [14]
    - Home Defence training  64 [6]
    - life in Maffra during  116 [6-9]
    - life in Maffra post-war  120 [2-3]

    - patriotic work  54 [8]
    - prisoners of war  54 [8]; 61 [7]; 79 [12]; 80 [5]
    - reminiscences of  64 [4-7]
    - Rene Singleton (nurse)  107 [9-12]

    - Sale aerodromes during  89 [5]
    - women in  86 [18]
Wrecks  - Trinculo  55 [13]
Wrights Hill  52 [3]
Wy Yung: Daniel family  21 [8]

Y

Yallourn
    - construction  28 [5]; 39 [6]
    - floods open cut  43 [4]
    - gardens  50 [5]
    - see also Brown Coal Mine
Yards  - see Stock Yards
Yarram  70 [1]
    - Bowden/Nicol families  30 [9]
    - flour mill  55 [10]
Youngs Arcade  61 [4]