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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

II. — Education and Instruction, Apparatus and Processes of the Liberal Arts


Education and Instruction, Apparatus and Processes of the Liberal Arts.

Class 6.—Education of Children, Primary Instruction, Instruction of Adults.

Education Department.

1Building.—Ordinary country school, for sixty children, with teachers' quarters (four rooms).
2Furniture and School Apparatus. Complete.
3Lesson-books and Requisites supplied by the Department. Complete set.
4School Records. Complete set.
5School Work.—Samples of penmanship, needlework, mapping, drawing, notes of lessons, &c
6Time Tables, Approved samples of.
(a)Complete set of books supplied.
(b)Samples of examination papers.
8Papers.—Acts, regulations, circulars, forms, annual report 1879-80, teachers' certificates, &c.
(a)Model of State school building to be erected in Hotham.
(b)Photographs and drawings of State school buildings.
(c)Map showing number and position of State schools throughout the colony.

1 Axford, Emily L., Francis-st., Echuca.—Speci mens of Pitman's phonography.

2 Axford, E. P., Francis-st., Echuca.—Specimens of Pitman's phonography, and 106 other systems.

3 Bartlett, Sarah, 162 Swan-st., Richmond, Melbourne.—Specimens of penmanship. The text an account of the early history of Victoria.

4 Blundell, J. J., Church-st., Brighton, Melbourne.—Statistical chart of the Great Exhibition, 1851 (loan).

5 Bolger, H., Faraday-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Cardboard model of State-school.

6 Broad, W. H., 20 Izett-st., Prahran, Melbourne.—Shorthand writing.

7 Clark, H., Gloucester-st., Kensington Hill, Melbourne.—New system of book-keeping.

8 Jones, D., Snake Valley, Carngham.—Manuscript music.

9-10 Mackay, P. F., 18 Moray-place, Emerald Hill, Melbourne.—Specimen of shorthand writing.

11 M'Naughtan, J. D., Bowen-st., Richmond, Melbourne.—Commercial reckoning and calculating tables.

12 Meyer, A., Rowe-st., North Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Original music, copied in pen-and-ink.

13 Miles, Jane E., 7 Bellevue-terrace, Princes-st., Fitzroy.—Shorthand.

14 Patton, Emily S., Studley Park-road, Kew, Melbourne.—Harmony simplified.

15 Roberts, J. H., Wedderburn.—Arithmetical card, with explanatory pamphlet.

16 Stewart, J. E., 22 Eldon-chambers, Bank-place, Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—Placard of directions for saving life; for the use of schools.

17 Victorian Sunday-school Union, Swanston-st., Melbourne.—Modelsand plans of Victorian Sunday-schools. Models of school furniture.

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Class 9.—Printing, Books.

18 Allan & Co., 17 and 19 Colllns-st East, Melbourne.—Music.

19 Arnall & Jackson, 42 and 44 Collins-st. West. Melbourne.—Legal and other publications. Specimens of printing, lithography, embossing, &c.

20 Asher, A., 114 Swan-st., Richmond, Melbourne.—Copy of "Richmond Guardian."

21 Azzoppardi, A. J., 19 and 21 Latrobe-st. West, Melbourne.—Coloured poster. Engraving-block of kauri and Huon pine. Printing in colours.

22 Capper, R., Northcote, Melbourne.—Printed and manuscript dramas.

23 Cole, E. W., Bourke-st., Melbourne.—Picture-books for children.

24 Deputy Postmaster-General, Melbourne.—Specimens of stamps.

25 Dixon, W. P., & Co., 87 Elizabeth-st., Melbourne.—Printed music.

26 Glen, W. H., & Co., 21 and 23 Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—Musical publications and books.

27 Jack, A., & Co., 34 Little Flinders-st. West, Melbourne.—Printing. Paper bags. Stationery.

28 Knobel, G. A., Royal Park Hotel, Queensberry-st., Hot ham, Melbourne.—Treatise on Knobel's system of ventilation.

29 M'Carron, Bird & Co.. 37 Little Flinders-st. West, Melbourne.—Printed books. Newspapers. Circulars. Cards, &c.

30 Marshall, W., The Lorgnette Office, Royal-lane, Melbourne.—Specimens of printing.

31 Mason, Firth & M'Cutcheon, 51 and 53 Little Flinders-st. West, Melbourne.—Books and specimens of newspaper, periodical, and miscellaneous printing, viz.:—
  • Books.—"The Melbourne International Exhibition Catalogue, 1880."
  • "The Expectation of the Christ," by the Bishop of Melbourne.
  • "The Age Annual, 1879."
  • D. Munro and Co.'s Catalogue of Machinery and Implements.
  • "God's Purpose with Mankind and the Earth," Vols. I. and II.
  • "Transactions of the Royal Society of Victoria" (annual volume).
  • "Annual Register of the Merchant Shipping and Underwriters' Association of Melbourne."
  • "Euclid," by Pirani and Andrew.
  • "The Victorian Almanac, 1S80," and other Almanacs.
  • Newspapers.—"The Australasian Shipping News" (weekly).
  • "The Spectator and Methodist Chronicle" (weekly).
  • "The Melbourne Prices Current of the Journal of Commerce" (fortnightly).
  • "TheChurch of England Messenger"(monthly).
  • "The Chemist and Druggist" (monthly).
  • "The Missionary at Home and Abroad" (monthly), &c., &c.
  • Pamplets.—"The Melbourne Harbour Trust Commissioners' Report."
  • "The Melbourne Harbour Trust Commissioners' Regulations."
  • "The Trustees and Executors' Agency Company's Prospectus."
  • "The Victorian Irish Famine Relief Fund Report," &c., &c.; and
  • Samples of General Printing.

32 Nicholson & Ascherberg, 45 and 47 Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—Musical publications.

33 Perkins & Co., 51 Bourke-st., Melbourne.—Illustrated publications.

34 Schorer, A., 25 Atherton-st.,Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Descriptive Album, with maps and photographs explanatory of trigonometrical exhibits.

35 Schuhkrafft, A. W., 37 Flinders-st. East, Melbourne.—Printed papers. Paper bags.

36 Smith, T., 156 Gertrude-st., Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Printing from either stones or types, done by the same machine.

37 Walch, G., Westbury-st, East St. Kilda, Melbourne.—Illustrated books. "Victoria in 1880."

38 Ware, W., 78 and 80 Gore-st., Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Collection of bottle labels.

39 Weigel, Madame, 12 and 14 Eastern Arcade, Melbourne.—Weigel's Journal of Fashion. Weigel's Catalogue of Fashion.

Class 10.—Stationery, Bookbinding, Painting and Drawing Materials.

40 Arnall & Jackson, 42 and 44 Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—Lithogram.

41 Buxton, J. T., 131 Swanston-st., Melbourne.—Artists' materials—easels, colour-boxes, crayons, stretchers, drawing-boards, models, &c.

42 Coltman, E., 135 Latrobe-st. East, Melbourne.—Patent dating-stamps.

43 Cooke, S., & Co., 38 Little Flinders-st. West, Melbourne.—Printing inks and other materials used in printing.

44 Cowan & Co., 72to 76 Little Flinders-st. West, Melbourne.—Account-books, blank books of every description, stationery, &c.

45 Detmold, W., 44 Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—
  • Bookbinding (plain and ornamental).
  • Account-books.
  • Machine-ruling.
  • Marble papers.
  • Leather goods, Pocket-books, &c.

46 Empress Chemical Works, 26 and 28 Victoria-st., West Melbourne.—Writing inks.

47 Ewing, T. A.. 119 Brunswick-st., Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Indelible marking Ink.

48 Fox, C. J., 40 Little Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—Cardboard mounts.

49 Frame & Co., 23 Lonsdale-st. West, Melbourne.—Plain and fancy boxes for drapers, hatters, stationers, chemists, &c.

50 Graham, G. L., Graham-st., Sand ridge, Melbourne.—Writing and other inks.

51 Harratt, H.,Chetwynd-st., Hotham, Melbourne.—Copying-presses.

52 Malett, J., Albert-st., Windsor, Melbourne.—Ink.

53 Penal Establishment, Pentridge, Melbourne—Bookbinding.

54 Ramsden's Paper Mills, Yarra Bank, Melbourne.—Paper.

55 Roeszler, C. G., 41 Swanston-st., Melbourne.—Patent self-inking endorsing-stamp.

56 Sands & M'Dougall, 46 Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—Vellum-bound account-books. Envelopes. Leather Desks. Pocket-books.

57 Whitehead & Co., 67 Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—Stationery, embossing, &c.

58 Wimble, F. T., & Co., 70 Little Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—Lithographic and printing inks. Varnishes.

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Class 11.—General Application of the Arts of Drawing and Modelling.

59 Alexander. A., Dudley-st., West Melbourne.—Longitudinal section of gasworks.

60 Anderson, J., 100 Elizabeth-st., Melbourne.—Heraldic and general engraving, on ivory and soft steel. Carved metal monograms. Heraldic paintings.

61 Bodington, R., 37 Barry-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Sectional elevation of flour-mill.

62 Brabson, W., Royal-lane, Bourke-st. East, Melbourne.—Models of figures.

63 Brennan, L., 11 James-st, Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Wood carvings.

64 Buttle & Jackson, Sandhurst.—Sketch of self-acting railway-brake.

65 Byrne, J. P., 64 Cambridge-st., Collingwood.—Box of geometrical drawing models.

66 Christie, J. P., Echuca.—Ornaments in ebonite and cocoanut. Carved emu eggs.

67 Fullerton, G-. 396 Lygon-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Front and side elevations of yacht-engines.

68 Harding, R., Peel-st., Hotham, Melbourne.—Water-colour drawing of a locomotive engine.

69 Harper, C., Department of Public Instruction, Melbourne.—Heraldic blazonry.

70 Kelly, R., 53 Fitzroy-st., Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Longitudinal section of gasworks.

71 Kendall, T. W., Williams-road, Prahran, Melbourne—Picture of Australian coat-of-arms.

72 Lennon, H., North Melbourne.—Paintings and drawings on agricultural subjects.

73 Lezza, S., 45 Madeline-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Plaster models for confectioners.

74 Mahoney, P.—Plaster medallion and ventilators.

75 Manuel, R., 11 Capel-st., Hotham, Melbourne.—Drawings of triturating-amalgamating and gold-saving machine. Builders' scaffold.

76 Mowling, G., 120 Punt-road, Windsor, Melbourne.—Drawings of compound marine engines.

77 Munro, D-, & Co., 154 Qucen-st., Melbourne.—Drawings of Victory windmill and machinery used for mining and other purposes

78 Murphy, E., Sandridge-road, Emerald Hill, Melbourne.—Ornamental plaster-work.

79 Murphy, E. P., jun.—Plaster model of a fountain.

80 Penal Establishment, Pentridge, Melbourne.—Bone carving

81 Rigby. E. J., Council Club Hotel, Queen-st., Melbourne.—Longitudinal elevation of passenger steamer. Drawing of sugar-refining machinery.

82 Robertson, A., 6 Bridport-st. East, Emerald Hill, Melbourne.—Longitudinal section and elevation of brewery.

83 Roeszler, C. G., 41 Swanston-st., Melbourne.—Engraving in relief.

84 Rowlands, 67 Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—Engraving and enamelling on metals.

85 Sands & M'Dougall, 46 Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—Impressions from steel dies.

86 Stevenson, T., Dudley-st., West Melbourne.—Heraldic painting.

87 Trembling-, G.. Upper Hope-st., Ashby, Gee-long.—Pians and designs for greenhouse.

88 Twentyman, A. C-, Regent-st, North Richmond, Melbourne.—Heraldic painting.

89 Twentyman, G. O., & Son, Regent-st., North Richmond, Melbourne.—Heraldic engraving on stone, and heraldic die-sinking.

90 Waters, s. T., Castlemainc-st., Yarraville, Melbourne.—Copy of water-wheel.

91 Whitehead, I—Die-sinking and embossing.

92 Wilson, G., Station-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Heraldic paintings.

Class 13.—Musical Instruments.

93 Bear, R. D., 76 Dudley-st., West Melbourne-Banjo.

94 Brown, J., 57 Lygon-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Violins and bows.

95 Brown, W. J., 56 Little Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—Violins by ancient makers.

96 Close, J. S., employed at Allan & Co.'s.—Cottage pianoforte, trichord check-action, seven octaves, in walnut-wood case, and electroplated sconces, fittings, &c. The action finished and regulated by A. E. Morey, employed at Allan & Co.'s.

97 Dow, W. H., 11 Church-st., Emerald Hill, Melbourne.—Violins.

98 Fuller, A., Main-road, Kew, Melbourne.—Organ.

99 Gilmore, R., 21 Cardigan-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Bagpipes. Violins.

100 Haughton, C., jun., 58 Elgin-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Banjo, mounted in electroplate.

101 Haughton, J. T., 58 Elgin-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Banjo.

102 James, s. W., Cubitt-st., Richmond, Melbourne.—Violin.

103 Marriott, J. W., 116 Lonsdale-st. East, Melbourne.—Banjo.

104 Peacock, J., 62 Palmerston-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Violins.

105 Perry, J., 167 Russcll-st., Melbourne.—Drum-hoops.

106 Weatherill, T., Bridge-road, Richmond, Melboune.—Pianofortes.

107 Whitelaw, J., 51 York-st., Emerald Hill, Melbourne.—Banjo.

Class 14.—Medicine, Hygiene, and Public Relief.

108 Aitchison, Elizabeth, Little Dorrit-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Ladies' surgical appliances.

109 Armstrong & Gallagher, 74 Lonsdale-st. Fast, Melbourne—Artificial limbs. Orthopedic instruments. Trusses. Beits.

110 Atkinson, E. K., 193 Swanston-st, Melbourne.—Surgical appliances for ladies. Belts. Corsets.

111 Bennet, P., 1 Market-buildings, Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—Parlour gymnasium, for the practice of muscular exercises.

112 Birkmyre, W., Mona-place, South Yarra, Melbourne.—Purified Yan Yean water.

113 Brown, D., Rathdown and Reilly sts., Carlton, Melbourne.—Drawing, and key, of the anatomy of a horse.

114 Burston, L., 72 Lonsdale-st. East, Melbourne.—Surgical boots.

115 Callia, Isabella, 4 Barkly-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Ladies' surgical appliances.

116 Chambers & Clutten, Lonsdale and Stephen sts., Melbourne.—Dripstone filters, &c.

117 Chatfleld, A. W., Brunswick-st., North Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Specimens of dentistry.

118 Crisp, H., Main-st.,Ballarat East.—Medical coils.

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119 Dahlke's Filter Co., Sandridge-road, Melbourne.—Dahlko's filters. Wine coolers. Ice chests.

120 Danks, J., 42 Bourke-st. West, Melbourne.—Baths. Closets. Urinals.

121 Draper & Sons, 83 Bourke-st. West, Melbourne.—Huon pine patent earth-closet commode, with pull action; ditto in deal, self-acting.

122 Duncan, G., & Co., 117 William-st., Melbourne.—Water purifier.

123 Fouracre, T., & Son, Eastham-st., North Fitzroy, Melbourne.—Disinfecting earth-closet, self-acting.

124 Gilbrook Pottery, Park-st., Brunswick, Melbourne.—Filters.

125 Gunn, Mrs. W. R., 7 Lyons-st. North, Ballarat.—Ladies' surgical appliances.

126 Gunn, W. R., 7 Lyons-st., Ballarat.—Surgical instruments. Trusses. Artificial limbs. Appliances for treatment of deformity.

127 Heath & Kernot, 67 Swanston-st., Melbourne.—Specimens of mechanical dentistry, apparatus used in construction of artificial teeth.

128 Higgins, J. F., 39 Little Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—Patent disinfecting commodes and closets.

129 Holt, J. G., 117a Cardigan-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Stoneware water filters.

130 Jeans, S. E., High-st., St. Hilda, Melbourne.—Cedar plunge-bath.

131 Jones & Co., 106 and 108 Lonsdale-st. East, Melbourne.—Surgical instruments and appliances.

132 Knight, G., 159 Russell-st., Melbourne.—Galvanic medical appliances. Lung-testing apparatus.

133 M'Lean Brothers & Rigg, 69 Elizabeth-st., Melbourne.—Portable Turkish bath.

134 Middleton, A. G., 146 Little Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—filters. Demijohns. Majolica fountain.

135 Miller. J., 123 Lonsdale-st. West, Melbourne.—Improved domestic commode.

136 Mitchell, G., F.R.C.V.S., 106 Bourke-st. West, Melbourne.—Veterinary implements. Specimen of inoculating lymph. Skulls. Veterinary plates.

137 Parker & Co.. 29 Post Office-place, Melbourne.—Portable Turkish bath.

138 Romanis & Cooper, 95 Swanston-st., Melbourne.—Artificial teeth.

139 Simmons, Dwyer & Co., 104 Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—Artificial teeth, palates, nostrils, and noses.

140 Stevens, H., 90 Collins-st. East, Melbourne.—Artificial teeth and mechanical dentistry.

141 Timperley, W. J., & Brother, 13 Gwynne-st., Richmond, Melbourne.—Improved filters.

142 Wilson, Corben & Co., 168, 170, and 172 Lonsdalc-st. East, Melbourne.—Enamelled baths, enamelled lavatories, &c.

Class 15.—Mathematical and Philosophical Instruments.

143 Barton. R., Royal Mint, Melbourne.—Dividing machine, divided glass tubes, &c.

144 Crisp, H., Main-st., Ballarat East.—Microphones.

145 Gaunt, T., Royal Arcade, 14 Bourke-st. East, Melbourne.—Surveying, meteorological, and scientific instruments. Microscopes, telescopes, &c., as per list in case.

146 Jennings, J., 99 Queen-st., Melbourne.—Spectacles. Eye-glasses.

147 Joseph Brothers, 77 Swanston-st., Melbourne.—Microscopes. Equatorial telescopes. Astronomical chronograph, &c.

148 Kilpatrick & Co., 39 Collins-st. West, Melbourne.—Optical instruments. Theodolites. Levels. Compasses.

149 Lockridge, D. D. B., Fire Brigado Office, Melbourne.—Telephones. Microphones. Induction balance.

150 Myers, W., 65 Mint-place, Lonsdale-st. West, Melbourne.—Georemeter, &c.

151 Rasche, W., C.E., 55 Elizabeth-st., Melbourne.—Planimeter.

152 Royal, H., Sackville-st., Collingwood, Melbourne.—Phonograph.

153 Trowbridge, J. F. & G. F., Stanley-st., Richmond, Melbourne.—Microscopic objects and specimens.

154 Wood, W., & Co., 44 Little Collins-st, East, Melbourne.—Triple and prismatic dissolving view apparatus. Improved aneroids.

Class 16.—Maps, and Geographical and Cosmographical Apparatus.

155 Bond, A. S., Vaucluse, Richmond, Melbourne.—Maps.

156 Elliott, H., Benevolent Asylum, Castlemaine.—Map of the world.

157 Gippsland Province.—Chart of the Province of Gippsland, showing the line of coast, towns, rivers, mines, &c.

158 King, W. E., Alma-road, St. Kilda, Melbourne.—Map of Gippsland.

159 M'Coll, H., M.P., 86 Queen-st., Melbourne.-Map of Victoria, showing its canalisation.

160 M'Donald, D., Eureka-st., Newtown, Geelong.—Map of Victoria.

161 Mines, Department of, Melbourne.—Geological maps, as per departmental catalogue.

162 Sandridge, Borough Council of, Sand-ridge, Melbourne.—Illuminated statistics of the borough.