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Ardrossan grain terminal

Ardrossan grain terminal

Grain terminal at Ardrossan on the Yorke Peninsula.

The Old Colonists Banquet Group : William Murray

The Old Colonists Banquet Group : William Murray

Arrived in South Australia in September 1841 on board the ship the "City of Adelaide". Jam and olive oil manufacturer, gardener, Conservator of Forests; Glen Osmond, Myrtle Bank, Burnside.

Goolwa barrage construction site with distant sandhills and shacks

Goolwa barrage construction site with distant sandhills and shacks

Goolwa barrage construction site with distant sandhills and shacks at rear.

Cliffs on the Murray River

Cliffs on the Murray River

Cliffs scene, Murray River, possibly in Little Devil's Elbow region, Upper Murray, showing sedimentary levels in cliff face.

Jenin

Jenin

Scene showing buildings at 'Jenin' during World War I.

Scenes of South Australia

Scenes of South Australia

Photographs in black & white and some sepia, of South Australian scenes and landscapes, ca.1890-1930. See CONTENTS for more information and details.

The 'Loch Long' in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Long' in an unidentified port

The iron barque (ex ship) 'Loch Long', 1261 tons, in an unidentified port [iron ship, later barque, 1261 tons. ON76726. 228.5 x 35.8 x 21.3. Built 1876 (11) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. James Aitken and others, of Glasgow were the first owners, later General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn, managers) registered Glasgow. Missing. Left Melbourne April 29, 1903 for New Caledonia to load nickel ore for the Clyde, but failed to arrive. Wrecked, found at the Chatham Islands, east of New Zealand. Identified as from the vessel and it was presumed she struck The Sisters, off the islands, about the end of May 1903, and there were no survivors].

South Australian pioneers 1840 : James Milton

South Australian pioneers 1840 : James Milton

James Milton arrived in South Australia in July 1840 on board the ship the "Fairlie". Keeper of Public Offices, Victoria Square, Adelaide.

Bentley's Store, Greenhill Road

Bentley's Store, Greenhill Road

Interior of Bentley's Store on Greenhill Road, showing tin cans on display, weigh scales at the counter, a female customer being served, and a young man holding a box of Rinso.

Railway transport: 500 class

Railway transport: 500 class

500 class engine No.502 and carriages at Sleeps Hill, 26 January 1952.

Portraits of members of the Board of Governors and Officers of the Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia

Portraits of members of the Board of Governors and Officers of the Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia

One of three albums containing portraits of members of the Board of Governors and Officers of the Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia. A first group of portraits was assembled in 1884-1886, and included 'gentlemen who have been Governors of the South Australian Institute from its establishment in 1856, and of the Public Library since 1884'. These were added to subsequently, with three volumes compiled to 1940. The caption for each photograph has the date of appointment or date of election to the Board of Governors. The contributors to the albums were asked upon submitting their photograph, to indicate the date of the photograph if possible. These dates of photographs have been shown in brackets.

Ivor James Pahl

Ivor James Pahl

Photograph of Ivor James Pahl in army uniform. Service number: SX20068 (S6571), Sapper.

Adelaide Hospital

Adelaide Hospital

Infectious Diseases Block at Adelaide Hospital, on July 27th, 1923. It is near the Botanic Gardens, facing North Terrace, between the Botanic Hotel and Hackney Road. For site see C 226.

Marine Aquarium at Glenelg

Marine Aquarium at Glenelg

GLENELG: External view of Glenelg Aquarium.

Arts and Crafts : Artists : Anna Platten

Arts and Crafts : Artists : Anna Platten

[Caption] Anna Platten of St Peters, will soon be travelling through Europe after winning the $9500 Chanter Bequest from the SA School of Art. 16th September 1987.

Walker's Violet Farm

Walker's Violet Farm

Entrance to Walker's Violet farm.

The 'Orange Grove' at an unidentified port

The 'Orange Grove' at an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Orange Grove', 398 tons, at an unidentified port [iron 3 mast barque, 403 gross, 385 net tons, ON43706, 146.6 x 25.6 x 15.9. Built 1861 (11) Barclay, Curle and Co., Glasgow. Owners: AB Hood, registered Glasgow: 1873 GR Dibbs, registered Sydney: July 1881 A Russell, registered Port Adelaide: June 1883 WL Dickson and others (of Port Adelaide), registered Melbourne: Jan. 1888 JJ Russell and others (of Port Adelaide) Jan. 1898 Adelaide SS Co. Ltd. Made into a hulk no later than 1898 and register closed 1913]

The 'Cape Finisterre' in an unidentified port

The 'Cape Finisterre' in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Cape Finisterre', 935 tons, in an unidentified port. [iron barque 935 tons. ON72372, 198.5 x 33.3 x 18.6. Built 1874 (10) T. Wingate and Co. Glasgow. Owners: A Lyle and Sons, registered Greenock 1891 sold German owners and renamed Henny, c.1899 became Italian without change of name. A Danish researcher identified the ship as 'flying a Danish flag, and states that in the official Danish Shiplist from 1895, there is a barque by the name HENNY, which must be the same. The only difference is that she is said built in Liverpool. Copy from the shiplist: NHCF Henny, Ibsen, N. Bk Liverpool 66 Jærn 17.2 511 463 (Akt. S.) N. H. Brinck, S. p. F. The above notes means: 1: registration letters, 2: Captains name 3: Building place and year 4: Building-material (Jaern means Iron) 5: depts amidship 6:BRT (511 ) 7: NRT (463) 8: Owner'.

S.A. (Bert) White

S.A. (Bert) White

Studio portrait of S.A. (Bert) White in civilian dress. Photograph by T. Jackson, Colesberg [South Africa].

St James Catholic Church, Jamestown

St James Catholic Church, Jamestown

St James Catholic Church, Cockburn Road, Jamestown, 17 October 2009.

Geoffrey Manning (author of Grange) with his new book. 31 October 1990.

Geoffrey Manning (author of Grange) with his new book. 31 October 1990.

Pumping station at Mannum

Pumping station at Mannum

The pumping station at Mannum, which operated as part of the Mannum - Adelaide pipeline.

Alexander Lang Elder

Alexander Lang Elder

Alexander Lang Elder, brother of Sir John Elder, brother in law of J.B. Austin. He was a businessman and politician in colonial South Australia. He emigrated to SA in 1839 and founded Elders Limited. He left for England in 1853 to head the firm of AL Elders and Co. in London. Whilst living in Adelaide he was a member of the SA Legislative Council. He married a daughter of the Rev. John Baptist Austin. According to a researcher, Alexander Lang Elder was the brother of Sir Thomas Elder not Sir John Elder.

'Government House', Erudina Station

'Government House', Erudina Station

Erudina Head Station Station, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. Note on the back reads 'Government House, Erudina Station. Built on piles on the Wilpena Creek'.

Broken Hill : Looking North

Broken Hill : Looking North

Broken Hill looking north. Shows houses in the township.

Sir Ross Smith Commemoration Service

Sir Ross Smith Commemoration Service

Commemoration Service to mark the 96th anniversary of the burial of Sir Ross Smith.

The main street at Minlaton on the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia

The main street at Minlaton on the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia

The main street at Minlaton on the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia.

Members of the Modern Pickwick Club

Members of the Modern Pickwick Club

GENERAL: Past and present members of the Modern Pickwick Club, August 23 1908. Back row, left to right: J. J. Hughes; G. E. Sunter; W. N. Twiss; F. C. Sickmann; F. W. Young; P. E. Johnstone; A. Rudd; R. B. Beeton; A. A. Simpson; J. M. Napier; E. B. Grandfield; W. J. Manning; V. J. Bowen; A. D. Sutherland. Second row (from the back), left to right: R. Boothby; W. R. Hambidge; F. M. Shaw; E. V. Clark; H. A. Gerny; E. W. Benham; Geo. McEwin; T. E. Crompton; F. Smith; Dr. F. Magarey; O. Crompton; A. Crompton. Third row (from the back), left to right: R. H. Martin; C. Degenhardt; W. Howell; A. E. H. Evans; W. H. Porter; B. H. Gillman (1st Chairman); S. H. Skipper (Chairman); J. W. Gordon (1st Sec. and Treas.); B. H. Kelsey; S. T. Toler-Rowley; A. White; R. P. A. von Bertouch; N. Malcolm. Fourth row (from the back), left to right: C. Stone; W. C. Calder; J. H. Vaughan (Committeeman); W. D. Whitlam (Hon. Sec.); R. F. Richardson (Hon. Treas.); R. Adamson (Committeeman); T. Hunter; W. Lang; P. Chapman; S. Angel.

Volunteer Defence Corps in S.A.: field exercises

Volunteer Defence Corps in S.A.: field exercises

Field exercises at St George's - 'The Plan', 23 November 1940.

Electrical fitters working on the stator of an alternator

Electrical fitters working on the stator of an alternator

Electrical fitters working on the stator of an alternator at the Port Adelaide power station.