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Interstate - South Australia to Victoria

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Please add profiles of people who sailed from South Australia to Victoria. Interstate movement in the early years of Nationhood. People moving from South Australia to Victoria on local shipping voyages. Small list only.

From Burra to Ballarat - excellent resource

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PENOLA. steamer, 251 tons, F. P. Snewm, master, from Melbourne. via the outports. G. Young, Town and Port. Passengers- in the cabin; Mr, and Mrs. Charles Sell; Mrs. H. D. Gell and child; Mrs. C. Lawrence; Mrs. Hughes; Messrs. Cameron; Askunas; Orchard; French; Ekers; Smith; and Masters Orchard (2). Six in the steerage. LIST


  • Thursday, December 24. Adelaide, steamer (Adelaide S.S. Co.), 1,711 tons, C. Dingle, master, from Melbourne December 21. J. Turnbull, City and Port, agent. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Newell, Mr. and Mrs. Pink, Mr. and Mrs. Hebbard and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Parry and infant, Mesdames Jelbert, Stone, Buller, Bowman, Ward, Hales and two children, Misses Elsie Brown, Beaumont, Willow, Duke, Williams, Derham, Martin, Fogg, Bowmen, Wright, Willey, Joyce, Tucker, Barker, R. Barker, Harvey, Higgs. Henning, A. Townsend, Barlbe, Pope, McLean, G. Harvey, Messrs. Scott, .Hill, W. Reeves, Gallagher, P. Hogg, Linsbrum, Brausch, Cameron, Golget, Bird, Master Reid, W. Hughes, McLean, E. J. Brandis, Summerhayes, C. A. Evans, Dallore, W. Oess, W. Powenend, Honood, C. Brandie, Brandis, jun., Barfield, Thomas, Davis, McDonald, J. 'Thomas, D. Thomas, Wassell, and Richards, in the saloon.

SHIPPING. (1891, December 26). Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), p. 20.

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