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World Intellectual Property Organsization: The PATENTSCOPE database provides access to international Patent Cooperation Treaty applications in full text format on the day of publication. The information may be searched by entering keywords, names of applicants, international patent classification and many other search criteria in multiple languages. Approximately 30 million patent documents from paticipating countries are included, as well as patent applications.
RMIT Publishing: An index to periodical literature relating to Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei and ASEAN (as an entity), produced by the National University of Singapore. The database covers more than 250 core journals, ranging from the humanities and social sciences to architecture, building, law and medicine. The articles are mainly in English, with a small number in Malay. Most citations date from 1980, though medicine is covered from 1975 and law from 1932. Beginning from mid-1997, the database also covers book chapters and conference papers (both published and unpublished).
Fleurieu Peninsula Family History Group: This CD contains passenger lists for both the overseas and local ships that came to South Australia between 1836-1838. It also includes additional information including individual names, ages and occupations, an index to portraits and headstones, ships diaries and journals, maps and early newspapers.
Fleurieu Peninsula Family History Group: This CD contains passenger lists for both the overseas and local ships that came to South Australia between 1839-1840. It also includes additional information including individual names, ages and occupations, an index to portraits and headstones, ships diaries and journals, maps and early newspapers.
State Library of South Australia: Listing of place names of South Australia, compiled by Geoffrey Manning. There is also a print book of the same name held in the Main Reading Room Reference Collection at the National Library at RF GAZ SA 2006.
Government of South Australia: PlaceNames Online provides a simple search tool for obtaining useful information from the State Gazetteer. The purpose of the State Gazetteer is to provide an accurate and definitive listing of place names for mapping, emergency services and general enquiry purposes. Associated with each name is up to 38 fields of information relating to feature type, classification, location, derivation and cross-reference to current, previous and alternative names.
Department of Primary, Parks, Water and Environment: Placenames Tasmania is the searchable register of all official Tasmanian names assigned by the Nomenclature Board of Tasmania. It also includes other unofficial names that have been recorded as they are in common use. Details of historic or superseded names are also accessible from this register.
PLoS: PLoS is a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet: This collection of transcripts from Australian Prime Ministers contains approximately 20,000 individual speeches, media releases and other transcript items dating from the early 1940's. Information and transcripts from the current Prime Minister can be found on the website pm.gov.au
Gale: This collection contains a large portion of the archives of the British run municipal police force based in Shangai's former International Settlement. The most extensive coverage is provided by the Special Branch dossier files, which date from 1929-1945. Other documents include supporting reports, handbills, translations of Chinese press coverage and clippings from the English Language press. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.