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British Australasian

CHOMLEY, Charles Henry (1868 - 1942), Barrister (Melbourne); Editor since 1908 of the British Australian and New Zealander (formerly the British Australasian)

BROOKES, Norman Everard (1877 - 1968), Chairman, Australasian Paper and Pulp Co. Ltd, and North British Insurance Co.; director of other companies; Partner, William Brookes & Co., graziers; retired; former world tennis champion

Agreement between Great Britain and Japan for increasing the Limit of Weight of Packets of Patterns or Samples of Merchandise exchanged through the Post between British Colonies and Possessions (except India, Canada, and the Australasian Colonies) and Japan, signed at London, 27 April/Tokio, 19 June 1893

HOTBLACK, George Finch (1883 - 1951), a Director of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co. and British India Steam Navigation Co. Ltd; The Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd (Chm. 1939–49); National Provincial Bank Ltd; Australasian United Steam Navigation Co. Ltd; partner in Gray, Dawes & Co.; Commissioner for Land Tax, and Commissioner for Income Tax for City of London

POCKLEY, Francis Antill (1857 - 1941), retd; Emeritus Lecturer on Ophthalmology, University of Sydney; Hon. Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney; Hon. Consulting Surgeon Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney; President Australasian Medical Congress, 1911; Past President, NSW Branch British Medical Association; Past President Ophthalmological Society of New South Wales; President Soldiers’ Club

HUTTON, Maurice (Inglis) (1904 - 1970), Managing-Director, Anglo-Australian Corporation (Pty) Ltd, Melbourne, since June 1955; Chairman: London Australia Investment Co. Ltd; Power Cables of Australia Pty Ltd; Food Machinery (Aust.) Ltd; Director: Borg-Warner (Aust.) Ltd; Vickers (Aust.) Ltd; Bryant & May Pty Ltd; Glaxo-Allenbury’s (Aust.) Pty Ltd; North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd (Australasian Board); Allied Mills Ltd; Australian United Acceptance Pty Ltd; United Discount Co. of Aust. Pty Ltd

McKELVEY, John Lawrance (1881 - 1939), Lecturer in Clinical Surgery and Examiner in Clinical and Operative Surgery, University of Sydney; RMO Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, 1905–07; Medical Supt 1909–11; Hon. Surgeon since 1923; Medical Supt Melbourne Hospital, 1907–08; Hon. Surgeon to St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, since 1923; Hon. Consulting Surgeon Canterbury District Memorial Hospital and Royal South Sydney Hospital; member British Medical Association; Foundation Fellow, member Board of Censors, and member NSW State Committee, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons; Major AAMC

ROGERS, Lambert Charles (1897 - 1961), Professor of Surgery, University of Wales; Director of Surgical Unit, Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff Royal Infirmary; Consultant in Neuro-surgery to Royal Navy; Surgeon to United Cardiff Hosps.; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Prince of Wales Orthopædic Hospital, Cardiff; Adviser in Surgery, Welsh Regional Hospital Board; External Examiner in Surgery for Fellowship of RCS (I) and RCS (Edin.); Mem. Council RCS of Eng., 1943–59 (Examiner in Anatomy for Fellowship); Fellow of Anatomical Society of R. Soc. Med. and of Assoc. of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (Pres. 1951–52); Hon. Mem. Soc. of Brit. Neurological Surgeons (Pres. 1948–50), Moynihan Chirurgical Club (Hon. Sec. 1940–50, Pres. 1950–52); BMA Pres. Section of Surgery, 1953. Pres. S. Wales and Mon. Branch, 1960–61; Cardiff Medical Soc. (Pres. 1954–55) and of Welsh Surgical Soc. (Pres. 1953–58); Pres. local branch of Royal College of Nursing, 1955–56; Pres. Section of Surgery, Roy. Soc. Med., 1960–61; Hon. Mem. Society of Australasian Neurological Surgeons; Membre Honoraire Étranger de la Soc. Belge de Chirurgie; Member International Soc. of Surgery (British Delegate, 1947–); Hon. Life Mem., and Vice-Pres. Glamorgan Branch, British Red Cross Society; Vice-Pres. Cardiff Business Club

 

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An Anglo-Australian weekly which catered for expatriates living in England and for investors, intending immigrants and others interested in the Australian colonies and New Zealand, began publication in London in ...

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