4 edition of A pioneer pastoralist of the West Darling District, H. B. Hughes of Kinchega found in the catalog.
A pioneer pastoralist of the West Darling District, H. B. Hughes of Kinchega
Richard Hugh Bell Kearns
|Statement||[by] R. H. B. Kearns.|
|LC Classifications||SF33.H83 K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||73167957|
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A pioneer pastoralist of the West Darling District, H. Hughes of Kinchega. Broken Hill [N.S.W.]: Broken Hill Historical Society. MLA Citation. Kearns, Richard Hugh Bell. A pioneer pastoralist of the West Darling District, H. Hughes of Kinchega [by] R.
Kearns Broken Hill Historical Society Broken Hill [N.S.W.] West Darling District, Australia -- History.
A pioneer pastoralist of the West Darling District, H. Hughes of Kinchega / [by] R. Kearns. - Version details - Trove.
History. Hughes was born in England, A pioneer pastoralist of the West Darling District younger brother of Timothy Bristow Hughes, a leading cotton trader in Liverpool for over fifty years, and John Bristow Hughes, who emigrated to Australia from India, and arrived in South Australia from Hobart aboard Porter in February J.
Hughes took up land at Emu Flat, around 5 kilometres ( mi) south-west of Clare. Pastoralists' Association of West Darling. 2, likes 55 talking about this.
The Pastoralists' Association of West Darling (PAWD) represents the interests of landholders in Followers: K. Niel Black was a successful pastoralist and one of Australia’s early politicians.
His name is mentioned in many histories of early settlement in Australia. Black is the epitome of the successful, shrewd, and hard-working Scottish pioneer in the colonial era.
Black was born on 26 August at Kilbridemore in Argyllshire, Scotland, and was the. The result was that in he practically constituted himself into a local Missionary Society for the district, appointed an agent for whose support he became responsible, and made him his almoner.
The town missionary, Mr. Harkness, reported directly to Mr. Angas, who had the supervision of the work in his own : H. Burgess. Pastoralists' Association of West Darling NSW Farmers Meat & Livestock Australia Animal Health Australia Broken Hill City Council See More Western Local Land Services’ Christmas present came a little later than most with a new District Veterinarian commencing employment on 20.
A Pioneer Pastoralist of the West Darling District: H. Hughes of Kinchega, Broken Hill Historical Society, Broken Hill. The Archaeology of Lakes. Kearns, Richard H. A Pioneer Pastoralist of the West Darling District: H. Hughes of Kinchega. Broken Hill Historical Society, Broken Hill, Australia.
Broken Hill Historical Society, Broken Hill, by: 1. Representing the Pastoral Industry of West Darling Area Since The Pastoralists’ Association of West Darling is an agri-political lobby organization looking after the special interest of its wool, sheep cattle and goat producing members living in the pastoral regions of the Western Division New South Wales.
The P.A.W.D. objective is to preserve and promote pastoral and. Pages in category "Australian pastoralists" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). The Pastoralists’ Association of West Darling is an agri-political lobby organization looking after the special interest of its wool, sheep cattle and goat producing members living in the pastoral regions of the Western Division New South Wales.
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Abstract. This thesis is a biography of Sir John Hall, a prominent New Zealand pioneer, pastoralist and politician. The study of his life provides insight into the colony's wider history but there is a significant personal dimension to this : Jean Garner.
(44) Campbell to Luke Fox, 10 FebruaryLetter book 2, p. (45) Cooinbil Directors' Minute Book. The first meeting was held on 21 Decemberattended by F. Campbell and C. Campbell. (Minute book in the possession of the author); Newman, Biography, pp. (46) Newman, Biography, pp. 'By His Own Merits': Sir John Hall — Pioneer, Pastoralist & Premier.
By Jean Garner. Dryden Press Christchurch,pp. N Z price: $ ISB. N X. JOHN HALL was born in Hul il n an4 d exemplifie throughoud hit s long life many of the archetypa Yorkshirl virtuee ans d shortcomings he wa: s hard-working ofte, dourn.
Kinchega run at Menindee, New South Wales, Nockatunga in southwest Queens- land (which the Hughes family held for years before its sale to packer family interests) and Clifton Hills at the upper end Of the Birdsville Track in SA.
In more recent years, Kars Station in NSW has been the family interest in what remains of Kinchega. Pastoralist who migrated to Australia from England when he was 18 years old, first gaining experience in sheep stations in western Sydney before going to Queensland.
He became involved in the buying and selling of cattle stations and was successful doing so, so much so that he purchased Clairvaux House back in Sydney. John Murray was an early member of the Gogango Divisional Board, serving as chairman on three occasions. In he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for Normanby, supporting Thomas McIlwraith's group.
He resigned from parliament in November to contest the Australian Senate, but he was ality: Scottish. KILMORE HISTORICAL SOCIETY GENERAL MEETING TUESDAY 2 MAY "The Enterprising Mr MacGregor - Pioneer Pastoralist" is the topic of our upcoming meeting on Tuesday 2nd May at pm in the Kilmore Courthouse.
Fay Woodhouse from Romsey has written a book on Duncan MacGregor, who arrived in Australia as a 22 year old in .This important monograph details the ecology and population dynamics of the Herero, a group of cattle and goat herders in the northern Kalahari Desert of the Ngamiland district of Botswana.
Although the Herero arrived in the region less than a century ago as destitute refugees, these staunchly traditional Bantu speakers have established themselves as a prominent and .Pastoralists in road plea. Sophia Constantine North West Telegraph. Wednesday, 5 April AM.
Wallareenya pastoralist Zane Day. Credit: James Purtill. Pilbara pastoralists hope WA’s new Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan will continue to support the cattle industry, with one station owner saying he will lobby for an upgrade to Author: North West Telegraph.