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Richmond River Historical Society
Index to Journal (1937-1938),

&

Index to Bulletin (1956-1996)
Compiled by Miss Emily McBurney
Integrated and Edited by Margaret Henderson
Richmond River Historical Society, Lismore
2007

Prepared for publication by Richmond River Historical Society volunteers.


© Richmond River Historical Society
ISBN 1 875 474 26 9
Published by Richmond River Historical Society

P.O. Box 467 Lismore 2480


www.richhistory.org.au [email: info@richhistory.org.au]
ABN 58 487 170 223

This work has been assisted by

funds allocated to the

Royal Australian Historical Society

by Arts, NSW

Foreword
In these rapidly changing times it is important that we are aware of our local history and our heritage. Some of this has been recorded in the Richmond River Historical Society’s Journals and Bulletins over the past 70 years. Some of the names recorded are of those men and women who left their mark on the history of Northern New South Wales.

The personal stories of these everyday people and events are often known only to a few descendants who have lovingly delved into records to glean what facts they could about their ancestors. We are greatly indebted to these people who have spent so much time researching and recording the stories.

This Index is an attempt to place a facility in the public domain for researchers generally. In looking forward we must from time to time look back and remind ourselves how it all began, which is the purpose of this Index.
Bernard Childs, J.P.

President, R.R.H.S. Inc.



Preface
Richmond River Historical Society was formed in 1936. At that time it was mainly concerned with making people aware of the value of local history and historical research through a series of meetings and lectures. Over the years 1936-1938 a number of local and visiting lecturers gave papers and these were later published in two Journal volumes. However, no index was provided.
The Historical Society went into recess during World War II, and it was not until the early 1950s that the Society was reformed. It soon began to publish a Bulletin which recorded everyday activities as well as presenting some historical papers. The Bulletin has continued and in more recent times it has concentrated mainly on presenting articles of local historical importance. Initially no index was provided.
In the early 1980s Miss Emily McBurney, a member of the Society, indexed the Journal
and began indexing the Bulletin. This continued until 1997 when her ill health prevented her continuing. By that time she had indexed the Bulletin to the end of 1996 as well as the two volumes of the earlier Journal.

Over the years volunteers and researchers at Lismore have found the Indexes very useful as a research tool. In 2001 I began keying the data to computer and since then major checking has been undertaken and the original seven volumes of Bulletin indexing have been cumulated. The two volumes of Journal indexing have also been cumulated. The Society now feels that it is time to make the indexes more widely available.

Several Society volunteers have been involved in this work. I would especially like to mention Kerrie Alexander, Jan Boyd, Janette Childs, Sylvia Harris, Marlene Lester, Kevin Olivieri, and Cheryl Traini. It has been a very tedious job of checking and re-checking, and I am very grateful to them all for their dedication to the task.
Grateful thanks must also go to the Royal Australian Historical Society for its grant of $500 towards the cost of producing the Index. We hope the R.A.H.S. will find the Index of value.
Margaret Henderson

December 2007



Contents:
Cumulated Journal Index, p.6
Cumulated Bulletin Index, p.50

Cumulated Journal Index

A.G.ROBERTSONS LTD (store) v.1/57

A.J.S. BANK v.1/65

A.M.P.SOCIETY v.2/46

ABORIGINALS v.1/6, 11, 12, 14, 62, 69, 83, 92, 94, 98, 99, 100, 102

ABORIGINALS v.2/6-8, 35, 92, 96, 98

ADAM, J. (RRHS Councillor 1936) v.1/1-2, 105

ADAMS, J. v.2/79

ADAMS, W. v.2/79

AFTERLEE (locality) v.1/96

AGNES IRVING (steamship) v.1/8

AGNES IRVING (steamship) v.2/17

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY See SHOW SOCIETY

AINSWORTH, James, d.1924 v.2/89

AJAX (racehorse) v.1/94

ALBANS, Annie L. (nee MCPHERSON) v.2/49

ALBANS, John W., Mrs (nee MCPHERSON) See ALBANS, Annie L. (nee MCPHERSON)

ALBANS, W., Mrs (nee MCPHERSON) See ALBANS, Annie L. (nee MCPHERSON)

ALBERT HALL, Lismore v.1/65

ALCOCK FAMILY, v.2/71

ALCOHOL v.1/69

ALCORN, R.E. v.2/39

ALDER, Abraham v.2/77

ALDERMEN (Allingham) v.1/6

ALDERNEY (cattle breed) v.2/35

ALEXANDER (ship) v.2/15

ALEXANDER, William v.1/79

ALLEN, F.B. v.2/78

ALLEYS HILL v.1/70

ALLINGHAM, Edward Walter, d.1919 v.1/6, 62

ALLINGHAM, Edward Walter, d.1919 v.2/78

ALLMAN, E.M. (Roads Department) v.1/50, 91

ALSTONVILLE v.1/3, 55, 84, 91

ALSTONVILLE v.2/22, 37-39

ALSTONVILLE BUTTER FACTORY v.2/40

ALSTONVILLE SCHOOL v.1/108, 115

AMELIA (barque) v.2/55

AMITY (ship) v.1/14, 15

AMITY POINT v.1/14

AMPHITRITE (schooner) v.1/53

AMPHITRITE (steamer) v.1/87

ANDERSON, Cecil Harry, d.1947 (RRHS Councillor 1937) v.1/1, 2, 93, 98

ANDERSON, Cecil Harry, d.1947 (RRHS Councillor 1937) v.2/1, 2, 98

ANGLICAN CHURCH v.1/55, 89

ANNAND, George, Mrs See ANNAND, Henrietta (nee BURLEY)

ANNAND, Henrietta (nee BURLEY) v.2/1-2

ANNIE MOORE (schooner) v.2/48

ANSCHAU, John v.2/2

ANTIOPE (clipper) v.1/54

ANTS v.1/19

ARAUCARIA (ship) v.2/16

ARGUE, Robert, d.1940 v.2/2

ARMSTRONG, Alex v.2/77, 85, 91

ARMSTRONG, Bill (jockey) v.1/93

ARMSTRONG, Charles v.2/77, 85, 90-91

ARMSTRONG, James v.1/44, 46, 78, 81, 93, 94

ARMSTRONG, James v.2/77, 85, 91

ARMSTRONG, Eliza Kate (Kate), Miss, d.1922 v.1/51

ARMSTRONG, Kate, Miss See ARMSTRONG, Eliza Kate (Kate), Miss, d.1922

ARMSTRONG, Robert v.2/16

ARMSTRONG, Thomas (Tom), d.1922 v.1/103

ARMSTRONG, Thomas (Tom), d.1922 v.2/69, 77, 85, 91

ARMSTRONG, Tom See ARMSTRONG, Thomas (Tom), d.1922

ARMSTRONG, William v.2/77, 86

ARROWROOT CULTIVATION v.1/60, 70, 84

ARTHUR, George v.1/113

ARTHUR, Maggie, Miss (teacher) v.1/113

ASKEW, J. [baker] v.2/70

ATKIN, James, Mrs v.2/2

ATKIN, Thomas v.2/78

ATKINS, Edward Stephen, d.1927 v.2/23, 29, 48

ATKINS, J. [North Lismore] v.2/97

ATKINS, R.S. [Mullumbimby] v.2/2

ATKINSON, Mr v.2/1

ATKINSON, [Atkinson & McKellar] v.1/96

ATKINSON, [Atkinson & McKellar] v.2/77

ATKINSON, Isabella, Mrs v.1/23, 30, 41

AUCTIONEERS v.1/61

AUCTIONS, Land See LAND AUCTIONS v.1/18

AUSTRAL EDEN SCHOOL See GOONELLABAH SCHOOL

AUSTRALASIAN (ship) v.2/15

AUSTRALIA (ship) v.2/15

AUSTRALIAN ALMANAC PUBLICATION v.1/107

AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB v.1/31

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY (AMP) v.1/60

AYRSHIRES (cattle breed) v.2/35, 38

BABCOCK CREAM TESTER v.1/73, 76

BABCOCK CREAM TESTER v.2/39

BACK CREEK v.1/24, 44, 46, 96, 97

BACK CREEK v.2/7, 68, 74, 84, 85, 87

BACKHOUSE, E.B. (branch manager, Commercial Banking Company) v.1/50, 91

BACON INDUSTRY v.2/40

BACON PROCESSING v.1/66

BAGASSE (residue sugar manufacture) v.2/24

BAGOT, Christopher Thomas, d.1894 v.2/93

BAILIFF [George Carney Britt] v.1/52

BAILLIE, James, 1826-1909 v.1/21, 52-55, 57, 63, 65, 109

BAILLIE, James, 1826-1909 v.2/23, 80

BAILLIE, W. [Codrington] v.2/23

BAILLIES LANE v.1/33

BAKER, (early settler) v.2/36

BAKER, Felix v.2/98

BAKER, Tom (hotelier) v.1/56

BALD HILL See BEXHILL

BALLINA v.1/55, 61, 64, 69, 85, 91, 99

BALLINA v.2/14, 23, 31, 34, 44, 48, 93

BALLINA BUTTER FACTORY v.2/40

BALLINA PILOT v.1/55

BALLINA SCHOOL v.1/106, 108, 115

BALLINA STREET, Lismore v.1/63

BALLY CATTLE v.1/72

BALMER, R.G. v.2/71

BALZER, Christian v.1/58

BALZER, P.H. (RRHS Member 1937) v.1/1

BANANA INDUSTRY v.1/40, 60, 89

BANANA INDUSTRY v.2/73

BAND (Lismore brass) v.2/97

BANDICOOTS v.1/69, 70

BANDICOOTS v.2/64

BANDY-BANDY SNAKE v.2/68

BANGALOW v.2/38

BANK OF N.S.W. v.1/61

BANKS, Joseph (botanist) v.1/19

BARBY, William, d.1936 v.2/36

BARHAM, Charles Albert, d.1929 v.1/73, 81

BARHAM, Charles Albert, d.1929 v.2/86

BARKER, (Casino) v.2/71

BARKER, (Ettrick) v.1/22, 96

BARKER, (Gundurimba) v.2/11

BARLING, Alfred v.1/104

BARLING, John v.2/70, 77

BARLING, R. (surveyor) v.1/50, 51

BARLOW BROS. SUGAR MILL v.2/22

BARLOW, W. v.2/79

BARNES & SMITH BROS. v.1/23, 29, 31, 92, 96, 97

BARNES & SMITH BROS. v.2/100

BARNES, Agnes, Miss v.1/41

BARNES, Bella v.1/41

BARNES, Grace Isabella (nee HINDMARSH), d.1925 v.1/30

BARNES, Henry v.1/23, 30, 31, 37, 41, 50, 93, 96, 97, 99

BARNES, Henry v.2/8, 66, 83, 100

BARNES, Henry, Mrs See BARNES, Grace Isabella (nee HINDMARSH), d.1925

BARNES, Henry S. v.1/41

BARNES, Robert Richmond v.1/41

BARNES, Sara, Miss v.1/41

BARNES, Walter Clarence v.1/41

BARRABOOL (ship) v.1/61

BARRIE, James v.1/55, 61, 63, 64, 81

BARRIER REEF See GREAT BARRIER REEF

BARRY, A.C. v.2/27

BARTER SYSTEM (exchange of goods) v.1/84

BARTLETT FAMILY v.2/98

BATHGATE, Douglas (Roads Department) v.1/50

BATTENS BIGHT (property) v.1/100

BATTENS BIGHT (property) v.2/69

BATTIS, W. v.2/77

BAU FARM v.1/81

BAWDEN, Thomas (Tom) v.1/7, 59, 60

BAWDEN, Thomas (Tom) v.2/2, 10, 56, 100

BAXTER, Samuel v.2/18

BAXTER, T. v.2/17

BEACH, W. (sculler) v.1/89

BEAGLE (screw steamer) v.1/86

BEAGLE (screw steamer) v.2/16

BEAGLE (sailing ship) v.1/85-86

BEALE, James v.2/80

BEAN TREE (noxious to cattle) v.1/95

BEAN TREE CROSSING (later WYANGARIE) v.2/33, 35

BEANTREE (locality) v.1/102

BEATTIE, Harriett (prev. JOHNSON) v.2/11

BEATTIE, John Hunter (hotel, Gundurimba) v.1/56

BEATTIE, John Hunter, Mrs See BEATTIE, Harriett (prev. JOHNSON)

BEATTY, Mrs (prev. JOHNSTON) See BEATTIE, Harriett (prev. JOHNSON)

BEECH (timber) v.1/62, 87

BELL & CO. (auctioneers, Brisbane) v.1/102

BELL, (Camira Station) v.1/100

BELLVUE, near Grafton v.1/39

BENAUD, Louis F. (RRHS Vice-President 1936) v.1/1

BENAUD, Louis F. v.2/21, 29

BENGER, Charles v.2/17, 18

BENNETT BROS. v.2/93

BENTLEY (homestead & locality) v.2/65, 68, 69, 72, 82, 85, 90

BENTLEY (locality) v.1/20-25, 29, 35, 38, 89

BENTLEY LAGOON v.2/67

BERNSTEIN, Ludwik, d.1907, Dr. v.1/61, 64

BERRY, Charles v.2/76, 78

BEST, (teacher) v.1/109

BEST, Percival George (Percy), 1873-1947 (RRHS Vice-President 1936) v.1/1, 3

BEST, Percival George (Percy), 1873-1947 v.2/1

BEXHILL v.1/2, 50, 62, 74, 84

BEXHILL v.2/39

BEXHILL SCHOOL v.1/112, 115

BIG DERRY (Aboriginal) v.1/102

BIG EDDY (locality) v.2/33

BIG RIVER See CLARENCE RIVER

BIG SCRUB v.1/53, 89, 92, 100

BIG SCRUB v.2/32, 36, 65, 84, 89

BIG TOM OF TUNSTALL (Aboriginal) v.1/100, 101

BINGAL CREEK v.2/32

BINGLE, John v.1/13

BINNA BURRA COOP BUTTER FACTORY v.2/40

BIRDS (wildlife) v.2/67, 95

BIRTH REGISTRATIONS v.1/63

BLACKBUTT (timber) v.1/87

BLACKSMITHS v.1/52, 55

BLACKSMITHS v.2/22, 86

BLADY GRASS v.1/69

BLADY GRASS v.2/72

BLAKEBROOK (locality) v.2/38, 66, 88, 94

BLAKEBROOK SCHOOL v.2/96

BLAKEBROOK STATION v.1/22, 23

BLANCH, [Boundary Creek] v.2/23

BLOODWOOD (timber) v.2/71

BLUE COUCH GRASS v.1/69

BLUE MOUNTAIN PARROT v.2/67

BOAT RACES See REGATTAS

BOATHARBOUR v.1/18

BOATHARBOUR v.2/33, 84

BODALLA v.1/26

BOER WAR v.1/104

BOILING DOWN WORKS See TALLOW

BONALBO [locality] v.2/40, 88

BONALBO STATION v.1/41, 42, 97

BOND, C.B. v.2/93

BONDFIELD, W.G. v.1/1, 2, 4

BONDFIELD, W.G. v.2/1, 4-6, 20, 99

BONDFIELD, W.G., Mrs v.2/2

BONNIE DUNDEE (steamer) v.1/59, 61

BOOERIE (property) v.1/31-33, 40, 41, 90

BOOERIE (property) v.2/90

BOOERIE CREEK v.2/21, 76, 78, 81

BOOMERANG CREEK v.1/81

BOOMERANG CREEK v.2/33

BOORABEE See NATIVE BEAR

BOORIE See BOOERIE

BOORIE CREEK See BOOERIE CREEK

BOOTMAKERS (trade) v.2/8, 11

BOOYONG [locality] v.2/22, 89

BORA RING (Aboriginal culture) v.2/92

BORTON, Thomas v.1/1, 52, 54, 59, 64

BORTON, Thomas v.2/17, 18, 44, 50

BOTANY BAY v.1/9, 10

BOUNDARY CREEK v.2/23, 75, 88

BOUNTY ACT (1903) v.2/24

BOURBON (sugar cane) v.2/24

BOURNE, T.E. v.2/81

BOWER, H.J. v.2/38

BOWLIN, Owen v.2/80

BOYD FAMILY v.1/100

BRADLEY, J.D. (school inspector) v.1/109

BRAID, J.W., Mrs (nee MCPHERSON) v.2/49

BRAND, A.E. v.2/4, 6, 29

BRAND, A.E. (RRHS Guarantor) v.1/3, 4

BRANDS See CATTLE BRANDS

BRAY, James (police magistrate) v.1/90

BRAY, Joshua v.1/90

BRECKENRIDGE, James v.2/52, 93

BRECKENRIDGE, M., Miss v.2/46

BRIBIE ISLAND v.1/14

BRIDGES v.1/59, 60, 61, 84

BRIDGEWATER (ship) v.1/13

BRISBANE v.1/15, 16

BRISBANE RIVER v.1/15

BRISBANE RIVER v.2/62

BRISBANE, Thomas, Sir (Governor) v.1/13

BRITANNIA (steamship) v.2/16, 22

BRITISH AUSTRALIAN TOBACCO CO. v.2/4

BRITT, George (Lagoon Grass, Nimbin) v.1/65, 66

BRITT, George Carney v.1/52 (bailiff); 61(auctioneer)

BRITT, George Carney v.2/78

BRITT, George Carney, Mrs See BRITT, Mary Hannah (nee PEATE)

BRITT, Mary Hannah (nee PEATE) v.2/50

BRITTAIN, James v.2/70

BRITTANY (cattle breed) v.2/35

BRITTON, [Casino innkeeper] v.1/51

BROAD SOUND, Queensland (locality) v.1/19

BROADHURST, (solicitor, Disputed Plains case) v.1/44

BROADWATER v.2/26, 62, 93, 96

BROADWATER SCHOOL v.1/112

BROCKLEY (locality) v.1/89

BROCKLEY (locality) v.2/23, 79, 84

BROCKLEY SCHOOL v.2/65

BROKEN BAY v.1/10

BROLGA (bird) v.2/67, 73

BROOKER, J.H. [Wollongbar] v.2/38

BROSNAHAN, M. [East Gundurimba] v.2/81

BROWN PINE (timber) v.1/69

BROWN, Harriett Lancaster (nee EXTON; prev. JONES) v.2/8

BROWN, Harry See BROWN, Henry

BROWN, Henry v.1/109

BROWN, Henry v.2/32

BROWN, James v.1/108

BROWN, John v.2/70

BROWNS CORNER v.1/65

BROWNS CREEK v.1/52

BROWNS CREEK v.2/46, 93

BROWNS CREEK BRIDGE v.1/58

BRUGGY, Lott v.2/78

BRUMMYS PLAIN v.1/96

BRUNSWICK RIVER DISTRICT v.2/44, 45, 50, 62

BRUSH TURKEY v.2/67, 68

BRUTON (property) v.1/98

BRUXNER, Charles Augustus, d.1915 v.1/26

BRYANT, (sugar miller, Rous) v.2/23

BRYANT, S. [Guernsey breeder] v.2/38

BRYANT, William [Lismore] v.2/79

BUCHANAN, [Buckendoon sugar mill] v.2/22

BUCHANAN, Archie [Wyangarie stockman] v.1/29

BUCKENDOON v.1/69

BUCKENDOON v.2/22, 47

BUCKENDOON HILL v.1/70

BUCKNELL, [Bungawalbyn Station] v.1/99

BULLEENA See BALLINA

BULLEN BULLEN (Aboriginal tribal fight) v.2/92

BULLOCK TEAMS v.2/31

BULLOCKS v.1/53,70

BULWINKEL, (Rous Sugar Mill) v.2/22

BULWINKEL, Charles L., d.1917 v.2/37

BULWINKEL, Herbert R., d.1957 v.2/37

BUNDOCK, A. Frederick v.1/23, 27, 41, 96

BUNDOCK, Arthur Ogilvie v.1/28

BUNDOCK, Charley v.1/28

BUNDOCK, Edward Ogilvie v.1/28

BUNDOCK, Edward Ogilvie v.2/100

BUNDOCK, Edward Ogilvie, Mrs See BUNDOCK, Elizabeth Ellen (nee WESTMORE), d.1951

BUNDOCK, Elizabeth Ellen (nee WESTMORE), d.1951 v.2/100

BUNDOCK, F. Harry O. v.1/28

BUNDOCK, Frank v.1/28

BUNDOCK, Louisa Alice, Miss v.1/25, 49

BUNDOCK, Mary Ellen (nee OGILVIE) v.2/59

BUNDOCK, Mary Ogilvie, Miss v.1/25, 43, 49

BUNDOCK, Mary, Miss v.2/90

BUNDOCK, Wellington Cochrane v.1/22-23, 25, 27-28, 37, 41-43, 49, 83, 88, 92, 94-95

BUNDOCK, Wellington Cochrane v.2/9, 100

BUNDOCK, Wellington Cochrane, Mrs v.1/27

BUNDOCK, Wellington Cochrane, Mrs See BUNDOCK, Mary E. (nee OGILVIE)

BUNDOCK, William v.1/28

BUNDOCKS CROSSING v.1/94

BUNGABBEE (property) v.2/8, 75, 83

BUNGAWALBYN (originally LONGREACH) v.2/22, 37, 44

BUNGAWALBYN CREEK v.1/97

BUNGAWALBYN CREEK v.2/16

BUNGAWALBYN SCHOOL v.1/115

BUNGAWALBYN STATION v.1/22, 23, 41, 97, 99

BURGESS, [Davis Bros. & Burgess] v.2/16

BURGESS, J. (RRHS member 1937) v.1/1

BURKE, Thomas (Nimbin) v.1/66

BURLEY, John Balfour, d.1936 v.2/81

BURNETT, [C.P.S., Casino] v.1/50

BURNS POINT v.2/16

BUSBYS FLAT v.1/23

BUSBYS FLAT SCHOOL v.1/114

BUSHFIRE v.1/38

BUSHRANGERS v.2/41

BUSTARD (plain turkey) v.1/19, 92

BUSTARD (plain turkey) v.2/67

BUTCHERS (trade) v.1/52, 87

BUTLER, (cane farmer, Swan Bay) v.2/27

BUTTER CHURN v.1/72

BUTTER PRODUCTION v.1/53, 62, 67, 72-74

BUTTER PRODUCTION See also DAIRYING INDUSTRY

BYRNE, Dave v.2/81

BYRON BAY v.1/67, 80

BYRON BAY v.2/40, 44

BYRON CREEK v.2/33

C.B.S. See COMMERCIAL BANK CO. OF SYDNEY LTD.

C.S.R. (sugar company) v.1/8

C.S.R. (sugar company) v.2/23, 26

CABINET MAKERS v.1/43

CABOOLTURE RIVER v.1/15

CADZOW MILL, Lismore v.1/54

CALF RAISING v.1/89

CALICO GRASS (later Woodlawn) v.1/57

CALLENDAR (ship) v.2/15

CAMDEN VALLEY (property) v.1/40

CAMENETTI, Rocco v.1/71

CAMERON, A. v.2/2, 93, 98

CAMERON, L. v.2/37

CAMIRA STATION v.1/41, 97, 100

CAMIRA STATION v.2/51

CAMP CREEK v.1/97

CAMPBELL, Alexander v.1/23, 40-42, 98-99

CAMPBELL, Archie v.2/44

CAMPBELL, Donald v.1/98, 99

CAMPBELL, M.M. (C.P.S) v.2/71

CAMPBELL, R. v.2/36

CAMPBELL, W.S. v.2/58

CANIABA (property) v.1/89

CAPE BYRON v.1/15

CAPE MORETON v.1/13

CAPP, Elizabeth (Aboriginal: Queen Elizabeth) v.2/98

CARE, W.T. (RRHS Hon. Ed. 1936-1937, Guarantor) v.1/1, 3

CARLILL, F.A. v.2/77

CARLILL, J.R. v.2/77

CARLILL, M.W. v.2/77

CARLILL, T.J. v.2/70,77

CARLTON, John Bede, 1870-1959 v.1/1, 3-5, 91

CARLTON, John Bede, 1870-1959 v.2/1

CARMONT, K. v.2/1, 94

CARPENTERS (trade) v.1/52

CARPENTER, George v.2/70, 71

CARPET SNAKE v.2/68

CARRADICE, John A. (teacher) v.1/66

CARROLL, Denis, d.1928 [police inspector] v.2/97

CARRUTHERS, J.H. v.1/113

CARSON, W. (Hospital Secretary) v.1/64

CARTER, Ernest v.2/93

CASEIN INDUSTRY v.2/41

CASINO v.1/7, 17, 40, 41, 51, 96

CASINO v.2/7, 31, 44, 69, 70

CASINO COOP DAIRY CO. v.2/40

CASINO POST OFFICE v.2/70

CASINO PUBLIC SCHOOL v.2/70

CASINO SCHOOL v.1/37, 106, 107, 115

CASINO See also CASSINO STATION

CASNIRA (locality) v.2/70

CASSILIS [station] v.1/17

CASSINO STATION v.2/100

CASSINO STATION (later Tomki) v.1/22, 23, 45, 88, 92

CASSINO STATION See also CASINO

CASTLE HILL v.1/11

CAT (native, spotted ‘day-sure’) v.2/65

CAT-BIRD v.2/67

CATERPILLAR PLAGUE v.1/70

CATHCART STREET, Lismore v.1/63

CATHOLIC CHURCH v.1/59

CATHOLIC SCHOOL [1st, 1878] v.1/111

CATO (ship) v.1/13

CATTLE BRANDS v.1/25, 26, 91, 96, 97

CATTLE BREEDS See DAIRYING INDUSTRY or Individual name

CATTLE INDUSTRY v.1/7, 20, 92, 94, 95, 97, 98, 100

CAWLEY, Owen v.2/80

CAWLEY, William v.2/80

CAWONGLA [locality] v.2/40

CEDAR (timber) v.1/11, 13, 16, 36, 40, 43, 46, 53, 62, 68, 69, 87, 98, 102, 107

CEDAR (timber) v.2/9, 10, 31-35, 56, 71, 83, 95, 97

CEDRELA TOONA See CEDAR

CEMETERY [Lismore] v.2/78

CEMETERY HILL [Lismore] v.1/52

CHALMERS, William v.2/22

CHANCE, Sydney H. v.1/3

CHANDLER, Sgt. (policeman) v.2/70

CHARCOAL v.2/70

CHARLIE (racehorse) v.2/10

CHAUVEL, Charles Henry Edward v.1/41, 43, 107

CHEEKE, Alfred v.2/76, 78

CHEESE MANUFACTURE v.1/73, 98

CHEESE MANUFACTURE v.2/39

CHEFFINS CUTTING (locality) v.2/75

CHERRY TREE STATION v.1/97

CHILCOTTS GRASS [locality] v.1/63

CHINA CANE (sugar cane variety) v.2/24

CHRISTIE, H.B. v.1/100

CHURCH OF ENGLAND See ANGLICAN CHURCH

CHURCH SERVICE v.2/98

CHURN (for butter making) See BUTTER CHURN

CIRCUS v.1/57

CLANCY, George v.1/57

CLANCY, George v.2/80

CLARENCE & RICHMOND EXAMINER (newspaper) v.1/110

CLARENCE RIVER v.1/5-7, 9, 15-17, 21, 39, 43, 51, 85, 86

CLARENCE RIVER COUNTY COUNCIL (electricity supply) v.1/68

CLARENCE RIVER DISTRICT v.2/7, 18, 24, 26, 47, 56, 84

CLARENCE RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY v.1/5

CLARENCE RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY v.2/2

CLARK, Alex v.2/38

CLARK, Tom v.2/33

CLARKE, C.B. (RRHS Member 1937) v.1/1

CLARKE, Dave v.2/37

CLAY, Henry (squatter, Clay & Stapleton) v.1/7, 17, 23, 45, 88, 92, 98, 99

CLAY, Henry (squatter, Clay & Stapleton) v.2/84, 100

CLEMENT, William (sugar mill) v.2/23

CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS v.1/60, 63

CLERKIN, B. v.2/80

CLOSE, Thomas Valentine v.1/29, 30, 96, 102

CLOSER SETTLEMENT v.1/94

CLOVER, White (grass) See WHITE CLOVER (pasture grass)

CLUNES [locality] v.1/2, 74, 78

CLUNES SCHOOL v.1/115

COACHMAN (whip bird) v.2/67

COAL v.1/11

COAL RIVER See HUNTER RIVER

COCHRANE, (landholder) v.2/79

COCKATOO (bird) v.1/66, 70

COCKATOO (bird) v.2/67

COCKERILL, Thomas v.1/64

COD FISH v.1/42

CODRINGTON v.2/22, 23, 44

CODRINGTON NORTH See NORTH CODRINGTON

CODRINGTON SCHOOL v.1/112

COLEMAN STREET v.1/59

COLEMAN, Edmund v.2/32

COLEMAN, Edmund, b.1829 v.1/52, 53, 55, 83, 84

COLEMAN, R., Alderman v.1/61

COLEMANS LANE (later Coleman Street) v.1/59

COLEMANS POINT v.1/50, 58, 111

COLEMANS POINT v.2/32, 93

COLEMANS WHARF v.1/59

COLLINS CREEK v.2/33, 51, 85

COLLINS, (teacher) v.1/111

COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. v.2/49

COLONIAL SUGAR REFINING COMPANY




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