Menadue, John E., The Story of the Three Lost Children, Daylesford & District Historical Society, Daylesford, Vic., 1967. Osborne, Murrell, Timber, Spuds and Spa: A Descriptive History and Lineside Guide of the Railways in the ...
Author: Kerry Greenwood
Publisher: Hachette UK
'Greenwood's strength lies in her ability to create characters that are wholly satisfying: the bad guys are bad, and the good guys are great' Vogue When a mysterious invitation arrives for the redoubtable Miss Phryne Fisher from an unknown retired Captain Herbert Spencer, Phryne's curiosity is excited. Spencer runs a retreat in Victoria's rural spa country for the many shell-shocked soldiers of the first world war. It's a cause after Phryne's own heart but what does Spencer want from her? Meanwhile, Cec, Bert and Tinker find a young woman floating face down in the harbour near the wharves. Could this be the missing friend of Ruth, Phryne's adopted daughter? With Detective-Inspector Jack Robinson seconded unwillingly to a special investigation, Mr and Mrs Butler with Detective-Sergeant Hugh Collins are left to shield Phryne's household from danger as Tinker, Jane and Ruth decide to solve what appears to be a heinous crime. Unaware of these happenings, Phryne and the faithful Dot view their rural sojourn as a short holiday but are quickly thrown into disturbing Highland gatherings, disappearing women, murder and the mystery of the Temperance Hotel. All test Phryne's resourcefulness in her search to save lives. Disappearances, murder, bombs, booby-traps and strange goings-on keep Miss Phryne Fisher right in the middle of her most exciting adventure. Praise for Kerry Greenwood: 'Elegant, fabulously wealthy and sharp as a tack, Phryne sleuths with customary panache... [she is] irresistibly charming' The Age 'Phryne Fisher is gutsy and adventurous, and endowed with plenty of grey matter' West Australian 'In a word: delightful' Herald Sun 'Miss Fisher has beauty, brains and oodles of style ... a well-constructed novel that enchants, excites, enthrals and entertains' Good Reading Magazine
"When a mysterious invitation arrives for Miss Phryne Fisher from an unknown Captain Herbert Spencer, Phryne's curiosity is excited.
Author: Kerry Greenwood
Category: Australian fiction
"When a mysterious invitation arrives for Miss Phryne Fisher from an unknown Captain Herbert Spencer, Phryne's curiosity is excited. Spencer runs a retreat in Victoria's spa country for shell-shocked soldiers of the First World War. It's a cause after Phryne's own heart but what could Spencer want from her? Phryne and the faithful Dot view their spa sojourn as a short holiday but are quickly thrown in the midst of disturbing Highland gatherings, disappearing women, murder and the mystery of the Temperance Hotel. Meanwhile, Cec, Bert and Tinker find a young woman floating face down in the harbour, dead. Tinker and Phryne's resilient adopted daughters, Jane and Ruth, decide to solve what appears to be a heinous crime."--Publisher.
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He died at Daylesford in 1818 , at the age of eighty - five . “ Behind the chancel of the ... He died without any surviving issue , and the estate was left by him to his wife , who continued to reside upon it till her death in 1833.
from Germany and took 17 hours from London to Daylesford ; her two sons , Charles and Julius Imhoff , and William ... Marian's mother , aged about 80 , came 1823 , five years after Hastings ' death Az w at UNE DES the church to ...
Warren Hastings ' young mother died a few days after his birth and his own father disappeared . Brought up by relatives , he determined , even as a child , that one day he would buy back Daylesford . And this he did , after his ...
OF Charles Imhoff , the elder son of Mrs. Hastings , who succeeded to the Daylesford estate on his mother's death at the age of ... He died at Daylesford on February 14 , 1853 , at the age of 86 and was buried by his mother's side .
A death certificate showing that he died at Daylesford in Victoria on 14 October 1884 shows his place of birth as County of Tyrone , but states in relation to his parents “ Unknown " . Edward O'Neil , the grandfather of the claimant ...
Number of Deaths . Percentage of Mortality to Discharged . ... In proportion to the cases discharged in 1897–8 , the greatest Highest and mortality occurred in the Austin ( Melbourne ) , † Daylesford , Walhalla , death rates .