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Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory Inc: "Index of Northern Territory related deaths were extracted from cemeteries registers, headstones, newspapers, probates and police journals. Contains 31,000 records mainly from the NT but some Territorians who died or were buried in other places." AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN READING ROOM AUDIO VISUAL ROOM or IN THE NEWSPAPERS AND MICROFORMS READING ROOM ON JUKE BOX PC.
: This title provides an index to the following records held by State Records New South Wales: Immigration; NRS 5264, Immigration Deposit Journals, 1853-1900 [4/4576 to 4/4598, microfilm copy SRNSW Reel Nos. 2668A to 2675] and the supplementary records of Embarkation Orders and Shipping Lists in Immigration; NRS 5269, Persons Proceeding to the Colony under Remittance Regulations, Oct 1856-Feb 1858 [with Ships Arriving Nov 1856 to Feb 1858] - part of 1 box (Ref: 9/6182.1 1 bundle) -
Australian Jewish Genealogical Society: The database covers the period 1867 to 1905, with 106 pre 1867 burials relocated from Devonshire Street Cemetery to Rookwood in 1901; 1100 graves with headstones; 600 burials without headstones that have been identified and their position located; the earliest burial is 1 June 1837. Some burials later than 1905 are also included. Database contains: compilation of images; Rookwood Cemetery maps; transcriptions of the English; transcriptions of the Hebrew; references to the death certificate registration number; death notices from newspapers, where available; details from the burial registers, where available; relocation details, where available.
State Records Authority of New South Wales: This is a new Index to the nine old Registers created to record land transactions, and much more, in New South Wales between 1802 and 1824. The Index has been compiled from copies of the original nine Registers in the custody of the Registrar General and includes many previously unindexed entries. The "Old Register" was transferred from the Department of Lands to State Records NSW in 2008. They form the series NRS 5604, Register of Assignments and other Legal Instruments, 6 March 1802-15 May 1824
Informit: Lists training resources available in Australia from commercial distributors, educational institutions and government departments, on management and related management topics from 1966 - January 2000. Resources listed include films, videos, audio cassettes, computer based training, games, books, manuals and databases, with full production details, format, price and supplier contact information. Covers all subject areas relevant to training of management and staff, from human resource development to industrial relations and occupational health and safety.
Informit: Lists training resources available in Australia from commercial distributors, educational institutions and government departments, on management and related management topics from 1966 - January 2000. Resources listed include films, videos, audio cassettes, computer based training, games, books, manuals and databases. Resource listings include full production details, format, long descriptions, price and supplier. Distributor listings include contact details and a profile. Subject coverage includes training, human resource management (behaviour management, communication skills, personal development), production management (production process to marketing and sales), industrial relations, occupational health and safety (OH&S), trade, technology and technological change, and technical skills.The companion database listing resource distributors is OMN Training Resources Database, Distributors (OMNDIST).
Origins Network: Online access to ancestral information on British Origins and Irish Origins, plus expert Scottish Old Parish records for research on Scots origins, dating back to the 13th century. Includes marriage registers, wills, court and apprentice records, as well as downloadable images of original maps and plans.
Chadwyck-Healey: An index to articles appearing in the London Times between 1790 and 1905. The newspaper can also be searched using Times Digital Archive [1785-1985] which can be accessed via E-Resources. The Times Digital Archive provides an online version of the entire newspaper, with images of millions of articles, advertisements and illustrations/photos. The text of each article, letter or advertisement is fully searchable by keyword.
J.S. Shaw North Publishing:
Western Australian Genealogical Society: