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The Old Colonists Banquet Group : John Sutton, Snr

The Old Colonists Banquet Group : John Sutton, Snr

Arrived in South Australia in January 1841 on board the ship the "Teazer". Farmer, Port Gawler.

Baby in a bassinet

Baby in a bassinet

A young baby pictured in a bassinet.

Rundle Street

Rundle Street

[On back of photograph] 'Rundle Street, looking east from King William Street. / 1918-20 / Acres 79,80 / The near side of Barlow's (on extreme left of photo) is 30 yards east of King William Street. The extreme right is 38 yards east of King William St.' (Another hand) 'Neg. available 1968' [General description] On a busy day in Rundle Street people stroll along the pavement and across the road amongst the slow moving traffic, both motor and horse-drawn. City buildings and shops are seen on either side of the street. Shown on the North side of the street are The C.J. Young Shoe Co., Barlow's Shoes, a chemist, Stevenson's Jewellers clock and Marshall's Dept Store. Shown on the South side are Thelma-Duryea Photographic Studio, Bricknell's Cafe, the Grand Theatre, Sigalas & Co., Cawthorne's Piano & Music Warehouse, Kindermann's Cafe (est.1851), Charlick Bros Grocers & Teamen, and De-Lany's Red Lion Hotel. Three motor vehicle registrations are visible: 06034 is a Lagonda 11 registered in September 1915 to Mr. E.K. Collins of Mount Bryan, 04016 is a Buick registered to W.D. Taylor of Brougham place, North Adelaide, and 2509 was registered in 1912 to A. Addicoat of Adelaide. A young girl in the centre foreground is carrying a small Australian flag.

Horse Drawn Coach

Horse Drawn Coach

View showing coach entering township of Auburn. Two rows of "outside" passengers can be seen sitting on the coach. The coach possibly holds John Hill and his family. He explored the Auburn area in April 1839

View along Rundle Street

View along Rundle Street

View looking east along north Rundle Street, which has a number of horse drawn vehicles along its length. The premises of Griffiths Bros., T. Duryea and Bricknell's Cafe can be seen on the right. [See B 73216 and B 2221 for similar views. ].

Premises of Braun's English ham shop, King William Street

Premises of Braun's English ham shop, King William Street

The premises is probably Braun's English Ham shop at 179-181 King William Street, Adelaide. That premises is listed in SA business directories from 1906 until at least 1914. In later years it also had luncheon rooms. In January 1914 Braun's ham shop was taken over by Mr. Harry Stewart, former chef of the South Australian Hotel [From article on Trove, in the 'Daily Herald', Adelaide, Saturday 17 January 1914, page 7 S].

Opening boxes at Christmas time

Opening boxes at Christmas time

"Getting ready for Christmas, opening boxes, 1930s."

House of Assembly

House of Assembly

Members of the House of Assembly.

South Australian pioneers 1840 : Edward Jury Snr

South Australian pioneers 1840 : Edward Jury Snr

Edward Jury Snr arrived in South Australia in February 1840 on board the ship the "Branken Moor". Gardener, Plympton.

Parkside Methodist Church

Parkside Methodist Church

[General description] Situated on Young Street, Parkside, this Church was built in 1879 as a Primitive Methodist Chapel. It was designed by architect Thomas Parker in the early Gothic style and built from Mitcham brownstone with white stone dressings. The contractor was J.L. Cassidy. See B 21162 for view taken in 1970. [On back of photograph] 'Parkside Methodist Church / Before 1927'.

Rising Sun Hotel, Kensington

Rising Sun Hotel, Kensington

Rising Sun Hotel, Kensington. The photograph shows the Rising Sun Hotel which stood on the corner of Bridge Street and High Street. It existed from 1882-1909. The licence was lost following Local Option Poll, although it was licenced for one day to celebrate the centenary. In the photograph the newly built hotel has no signage apart from a small sign which says that Hy. J Newlyn is the proprietor, a position he held from 1882-1885. The original Rising Sun Hotel stood at 64 Bridge Street from 1848 - 1882 when the licence was transferred to the nearby larger premises. However the corner hotel was later closed as a hotel and 64 Bridge Street continues as a hotel.

Australian soldiers in Palestine

Australian soldiers in Palestine

Inscription on the back reads: 'This is another one of the mob. Colin Murn, Tom McNamara, Don Wauchope and Ron [Searle]. Front row. Poss Hardy, Charlie Ashenden, and Dick Prance. Taken in Tel-aviv, Palestine, 10th Nov 1941' Yours forever Ron XXX'.

Fire Brigade Display

Fire Brigade Display

South Australian Fire Brigade display at the airport.

S.A. Railways Standing Committee

S.A. Railways Standing Committee

S.A. Railways Standing Committee of the South Australian Parliament, back row: J. Sincock, Peter Reidy and John Gunn. Front row: A. Von Doussa, William Hague, James Jelley and A.W. Robinson.

The Acacias, Marryatville

The Acacias, Marryatville

[General description] 'The Acacias', seen from the distance with a small creek and eucalyptus trees in the foreground. The house, situated on a rise with its formal gardens laid out below, has an elaborate verandah and balcony which is reported to have come from Glasgow. It was built in 1875-7 by Dr J.M. Gunson to the design of Michael McMullen and was bought by Sir Edwin Smith in 1878 who extended it greatly. Successful brewer, politician and benefactor, he earned the epithet 'grand old man of Adelaide' and was made K.C.M.G. in 1888. The property was bought by Loreto College in 1920. [On back of photograph] ''The Acacias', Marryatville / (residence of Sir E.T. Smith) / 1881.'

Mr and Mrs Arnold Neale wedding

Mr and Mrs Arnold Neale wedding

Mr and Mrs Arnold Neale on their wedding day; the bride was formerly a Miss Jones from 'Drumcalpin'.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Sutton

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Sutton

Probably Elizabeth Sutton, 1814-1886; nee Ede, married John Sutton. Arrived in South Australia in April 1845 on board the ship the "Teazer" from Melbourne, Victoria. Resided in Port Gawler.

The Old Colonists Banquet Group : John Thomas Sutton

The Old Colonists Banquet Group : John Thomas Sutton

Arrived in South Australia in January 1841 on board the ship the "Teazer". Farmer, Mallala.

Gunn Ministry

Gunn Ministry

Members of the Gunn Ministry.

Norwood looking east

Norwood looking east

Sketch of Norwood, looking east. Cottages, gardens surrounded by picket fences, trees and the foothills in the distance are all depicted in this sketch of Norwood in 1877. The artist, Alexander Charles Kelly (1811-1877) was a newly arrived Scottish medical practitioner and winegrower.

Claude Tyson and Albert Shelton

Claude Tyson and Albert Shelton

Driver Claude William Tyson (left) and Driver Albert Frank Shelton (right), 1st Australian Imperial Force.

Football, Cowell

Football, Cowell

Football team - Carpa District. No order given: Erron Carmody; Ian Bienke; Sid Williams; C. McKeogh; C. Jacobs; Jim West; Ira Haskett; John Haskett; Gill Ward; Hilary Carmody; Stan Rehn; Gerald Beinke; Frank McDonald; Ray Story; Roy Braun; Howard Story.

Scenic view

Scenic view

Scenic view, South Australia.

Auburn North

Auburn North

Auburn North see also B 11470. A church can be seen in the foreground which is possibly the former Wesleyan church built in the Gothic Revival style in 1866. It was constructed from Auburn bluestone. See B 11462

Auburn South

Auburn South

Auburn South see also B 11471

George Street, Moonta

George Street, Moonta

George Street, Moonta.

Flax Mill, Auburn

Flax Mill, Auburn

Flax mill and stacks, Auburn.

Footbridge, Auburn

Footbridge, Auburn

Footbridge over River Wakefield at Auburn in the mid north of South Australia on the edge of the Clare Valley. It was formerly called Tateham's Waterhole after William Tateham who had a hut on the bank of the Wakefield River. The photograph shows the wooden footbridge over the Wakefield River. A man on a horse is watched by children on the bridge. The road crosses the river by way of a ford. The footbridge was replaced by a cement concrete bridge in 1842

James Jelley

James Jelley

James Jelley.

Auburn Main Street

Auburn Main Street

Auburn main street in the mid north of South Australia on the edge of the Clare Valley. It was formerly called Tateham's Waterhole after William Tateham who had a hut on the bank of the Wakefield River