Smythesdale

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Smythe's Creek flows through this town. In 1878 it boasted a public court, court of mines, mining survey and registry, sub-treasury, post office, town hall telegraph office, bank, lock-up.[1] The school had 350 children in attendance, and there were five places of worship. [2]

In 1878 the Borough of Smythesdale had a population of 600 with 108 ratepayers on the roll. [3]


Contents

Municipal Facts

1861 - proclaimed a municipality. [4] 1869 - proclaimed a borough. [5]

Daylesford Mayors

Smythesdale Mayors (1861–1921)

# Mayor Term
[[]] 1861–1862
[[]] 1862–1863
[[]] 1863–1864
[[]] 1864–1866
[[]] 1866
[[]] 1869
[[]] 1869–1871
[[]] 1871–1872
[[]] 1872–1873
[[]] 1873
[[]] 1874–1875
[[]] 1875–1877
[[]] 1877–1878
Henry Proctor 1878
[[]] 1879–1880
[[]] 1880
[[]] 1881
[[]] 1882
[[]] 1883
[[]] 1884
[[]] 1885–1886
[[]] 1886
[[]] 1887–1888
[[]] 1888–1889
[[]] 1889–1890
[[]] 1890–1891
[[]] 1891–1892
[[]] 1892–1893
[[]] 1893–1894
[[]] 1894–1895
[[]] 1895–1896
[[]] 1897-1897
[[]] 1897–1898
[[]] 1898–1899
[[]] 1899–1900
[[]] 1900–1901
[[]] 1901–1902
[[]] 1902–1903
[[]] 1903–1904
[[]] 1904–1905
[[]] 1905–1906
[[]] 1906–1907
[[]] 1907–1908
[[]] 1908–1909
[[]] 1909–1910
[[]] 1910-1911
[[]] 1911
[[]] 1912–1913
[[]] 1913–1914
[[]] 1914
[[]] 1914–1915
[[]] 1915–1916
[[]] 1916–1917
[[]] 1917–1918
[[]] 1918–1919
[[]] 1919–1920
[[]] 1920–1921


Other sites

James Oddie


References

  1. Victorian Municipal Directory, 1878.
  2. Victorian Municipal Directory, 1878.
  3. Victorian Municipal Directory, 1878.
  4. Victorian Municipal Directory, 1878.
  5. Victorian Municipal Directory, 1878.



--Sallyanne Doyle 15:24, 23 February 2013 (EST)

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