Mail:- Tumut History, PO Box 132, Tumut, NSW 2720, Australia
"Information is our only purpose; that accomplished, we shall consider that we have done our duty." Reference
- Wild discovers Lake George.
- Death of G. Johnston, jun read 26 February 1820
- Land Grants read 26 August 1820
- Southward Temporary Grazing Relief read 25 November 1820
- Opening of Bredalbane & Goulburn Plains html 9 December 1820
- Penal settlement established at Port Macquarie.
- Governor Brisbane arrives.
- Grants and Leases html 24 February 1821
- Boundaries of Camden & Argyle Counties html 3 March 1821
- New County of Argyle Magistrate html - 17 March 1821
- Grants and Leases html 25 August 1821 (410 words)
- Land in Camden & Argyle html 3 November 1821
- Runaway Convicts in Argyle html 10 November 1821
- Path to Jervis' Bay Discovered html 15 December 1821
- Path Jervis' Bay Discovered by Hume html 29 December 1821
- New South Wales Agricultural Society formed.
- Hamilton Hume's Tour to Jervis Bay html 11 January 1822
- Macarthur’s pure bred Merino Rams for Sale html 29 June 1822
- One Man Operated Flour Mill for Sale read 2 August 1822 (85 words)
- McBrien reports discovery of gold in Fish River.
- Ovens and Currie explore Monaro.
- Oxley discovers Brisbane River;
- Cunningham discovers Pandora Pass.
- Steam Land Carriage Invented html 15 March 1823
- Steam-ship to the Continent html 13 September 1823 (61 words)
- Legislative council and supreme court established: trial by jury allowed on limited basis.
- Censorship of the press abolished.
- Australian newspaper issued.
- Settlement made on Melville Island.
- Hume and Hovell journey from Yass to Port Phillip.
- William H. Hovell, Fined £5 html 12 February 1824
- Legislative Council Appointed for NSW pdf 12 August 1824 (200 words)
- Servant to Mr. Hamilton Hume escaped html 26 August 1824
- William Shelley Cattle Run in County of Argyle html 26 August 1824 (78 words)
- Hume & Hovell Set Out html 7 October 1824
- Moreton Bay opened up, and Norfolk Island reopened, as penal settlements.
- Tas¬mania separated from New South Wales.
- Van Diemen's Land Company granted 250,000 acres in north-west.
- Sydney chamber of commerce established.
- Boundary of New South Wales extended to 129° E. long.
- Cunningham explores Liverpool Plains.
- Governor Darling arrives.
- Death of Lucy Clegg html 26 May 1825 (1,993 words)
- Another Tour by Hume html 8 September 1825
- Married - Hamilton Hume html 17 November 1825
- Hovell & Hume Journals html 29 December 1825
- Settlements made at Western Port and Albany.
- Australian Agricultural Company granted a million acres north of Port Stephens.
- Australian subscription library opened in Sydney.
- Address to New Governor html 5 January 1826
- Hume Returns from the Interior html 15 April 1826
- Steam Navigation in the Mediterranean html 7 July 1826 (162 words)
- Liverpool Gaol Visit html 8 July 1826
- The idea of a Road from Argyleshire to Bass’s Straits read 5 August 1826 (550 words)
- Major Goulburn html 11 August 1826
- (Sep 5) "Limits of Location" order restricts settlement to certain areas. The Tumut valley is outside the limits meaning it cannot be legally settled.
- Regulations for the Granting and Sale of Land html 6 September 1826
- Where does the Hume River go? html 3 November 1826
- Hume's Reply html 15 December 1826
- Cunningham discovers Darling Downs.
- Settlement made at Raffles Bay in nor¬thern Australia.
- Swan River will be Surveyed for a New Colony read 5 January 1827 (228 words)
- Swan River read 15 January 1827 (113 words)
- Mr. Wm. Shelley Married html 9 February 1827 (47 words)
- A Ride to Bathurst I read 13 March 1827 (1,400 words)
- A Ride to Bathurst III read 20 March 1827 (2,573 words)
- Caution of Unlawful Grazing html 8 August 1827 (173 words)
- New Journey for Hume html 28 September 1827
- Emigration read 12 October 1827
- Settlers now on the Lachlan River html 22 November 1827
- Hume's New Line from Mt. York to Bathurst html 14 December 1827
- New Line to Bathurst from Mt York through Lithgow html 14 December 1827
- Where do the Waters Flow? html 14 December 1827
- New Range Discovered (Darling's Causeway) html 17 December 1827
- Western Port settlement abandoned.
- Richmond and Clarence River valleys opened up.
- Cunningham discovers track from coast to Darling Downs.
- Colonial (afterwards Australian) Museum founded in Sydney.
- Hamilton Hume Apprehends Highway Robber html 12 July 1828
- Highway Robber Appin Court Proceedings html September 1828
- The Census html 26 September 1829 (326 words)
- Edward Deas Thomson Arrives & Appointed html 26 December 1828
- Sturt discovers Darling River.
- Settlement made at Swan River.
- Settlements at Melville Island and Raffles Bay abandoned.
- Wakefield publishes in London ‘A Letter From Sydney.’
- Captain Sturt’s Expedition (with Hamilton Hume) to the Macquarie River html 10 April 1829
- Bathurst chief , Windrodine - Aboriginal Biography html 21 April 1829
- Report from Captain Sturt html 2 May 1829
- The term “County” is Merely a Convenient Term html October 17, 1829
- Will Wool continue? html 17 October 1829
- Boundaries of the Colony & its 19 Counties html 20 October 1829.
- (Nov.) Charles Sturt visits William Warby at the junction view of the Tumut and Murrumbidgee Rivers on his journey down the Murrumbidgee.
Items in black below are not newspaper articles.
These items are a reprint of the
"The Australian Encyclodaedia"
Vol. 1, pages 257 - 261
Edited by Arthur Wilberforce Jose and Herbert James Carter
in collaboration with T.G. Tucker C.B.G, Litt.D. (camb.)
Originally printed by Angus & Robertson Limited in1927.