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Heraldry & Genealogy Society of Canberra: An index of the death, funeral and in memoriam notices published in the Canberra Times from 3 September 1926 to 31 December 1970.
Heraldry & Genealogy Society of Canberra: An index of the death, funeral and in memoriam notices published in the Canberra Times from 1971 to 1974.
Asahi Shinbunsha: Asahi Shinbun newspaper 1985-2005.AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH THE JAPANESE PUBLIC PC IN THE ASIAN COLLECTIONS READING ROOM.
This was the first New South Wales census. It was held in November 1828 and is the only census to survive in full to the present day. It aimed to record all the inhabitants of the colony at the time, and provides the individual's full name, age, place of residence, ship of arrival, occupation employer's name and place of residence.
Gould Genealogy: View the actual 1841 census together with a modern index and biographies. Population at 01 January - 15,485 persons. The 1841 census is the only one in South Australia for which any detailed records survive.
Central Coast Family History Society:
Informit: A complete bibliographic reference source to the chemical engineering literature, including general and specialist topics, taken from 49 of the most important journals in the field. Includes subjects such as design and operation of chemical plant and equipment, chemical process information, process control, environmental considerations and mineral processing.
Dun and Bradstreet: Provides in-depth business information and analysis on Australia's leading 50,000 private and public companies, including corporate structure, financial information, company and executive profiles and biographies, structure, shareholders and competitors. Also includes commentary and analysis from leading business and finance journalists.
Informit: This database indexes a range of popular journals and general interest computing and communications periodicals relevant to the home user and to secondary and tertiary students. Also included are relevant items from major Australian daily newspapers. CIA is a source of information about evaluation of software and hardware, product updates and testing, new products and applications.
Informit: A bibliographic database that indexes articles from published material on consumer economics and related fields from 1988 onwards. Source documents include periodical literature published in Australia and overseas. Subject coverage includes children, clothing, consumer economics, consumer education, craft, family, fashion, food, health, home economics teaching, housing, marriage, nutrition and textiles.