History of wireless telegraphy and broadcasting in Australia/Editing/References

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American Radio History[edit]

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Gleason, David, "Wireless Weekly (Australia)", American Radio History, https://www.americanradiohistory.com/Wireless_Weekly-AU.htm. 

Ancestry.com[edit]

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Australian City Directories[edit]

Alphabetical[edit]

Business, Mr and Mrs 4PG, Wise's Directory Listing 1937, Alphabetical

Australia, City Directories, 1845-1948

  • Name: Golden Radio Serv, Gladys A Golden, Patrick J Golden
  • Residence Year: 1937
  • Street Address: New Farm, Brisbane, Albion Pk
  • Residence Place: Queensland, Australia
  • Entry1: Golden Radio Serv, 265 Bruns st, New Farm
  • Entry2: Golden, Gladys A, radio dlr, 148 Eliz st, Brisbane
  • Entry3: Golden, Patk J, 21 Oriel rd, Albion Pk[1]
Business[edit]

Business, Mrs 4PG, Wise's Directory Listing 1931, Business

Australia, City Directories, 1845-1948

  • Name: Gladys A Golden
  • Residence Year: 1931
  • Street Address: Brisbane
  • Residence Place: Queensland, Australia
  • Entry1: Wireless Apparatus & Supplies, Golden, Gladys A, 148 Eliz st, Brisbane[2]
Suburban Streets[edit]

4PG, Wise's Directory Listing 1931, Suburban

Australia, City Directories, 1845-1948

  • Residence Year: 1931
  • Street Address: Waterview av, Wynnum
  • Residence Place: Queensland, Australia
  • Right side fr Stanley tce
    • Nicoll Jas
    • Hogg Herbt B
    • Golden Patk
    • Sievers Miss A, store
    • Harrison Harold
  • Hillcrest av
    • Gallagher John
  • Brisbane rd
  • Left side
    • Horne Hubert
    • McGrath Mrs
    • McCurley Mrs E
    • Little Herbt E
    • Pickering Jas H
    • Read Miss Marion
    • McCarthy Miss Priscilla
  • Hillcrest av
    • Cameron Leslie
    • Barton Russell D
  • Brisbane rd[3]

Australian Electoral Rolls[edit]

4PG Electoral Roll registration 1943 Karumba

Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980

  • Name: Patrick John Golden
  • Gender: Male
  • Electoral Year: 1943
  • Subdistrict: Normanton
  • State: Queensland
  • District: Kennedy
  • Country: Australia
  • Entry: 97, Golden, Patrick John, Flying Boat Base, Karumba, radio operator, male[4]

England and Wales Census, 1901[edit]

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UK Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960[edit]

4PG departs England bound for Sydney on the SS Bendigo with his family

UK Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960

  • Name: Patrick John Golden, Mrs. Gladys Ada Golden, Gladys Patricia Golden, Gerald Valentine Golden
  • Last address in UK: 14 Valentines Road, Ilford Essex
  • Occupation: Wireless Opr., Wife, Nil, Nil
  • Gender: Male, Female, Female, Male
  • Age: 32, 32, 5, 3 years
  • Birth Date: abt 1893, abt 1893, abt 1920, abt 1922
  • Departure Date: 14 May 1925
  • Port of Departure: London, England
  • Destination Port: Sydney, Australia
  • Country of Intended Permanent Residence: Australia
  • Ship Name: SS Bendigo
  • Search Ship Database: Search for the Bendigo in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
  • Shipping Line: Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company[5]

Births, Deaths & Marriages[edit]

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New South Wales BDM[edit]

NSW Births[edit]

NSW BDM birth registration for 4CK's mother VINA ISOBEL NORRIS

  • Birth registration: Frank Edgar Norris
  • Birth date: 31/01/1865
  • Mother's name: Caroline Bennett
  • Father/parent's name: William Henry Norris
  • Registration details: 1865/C/887 [6]
NSW Marriages[edit]

NSW BDM marriage registration for 4CK's mother VINA ISOBEL NORRIS

  • Marriage registration
  • Registration Number: 11681/1932
  • Groom's Family Name: NORRIS
  • Groom's Given Name(s): VIVIAN C
  • Bride's Family Name(s): CUMMINS
  • Bride's Given Name(s): VINA I
  • Registration District: NEWCASTLE[7]
NSW Deaths[edit]

NSW BDM death registration for 4CK's mother VINA ISOBEL NORRIS

  • Death registration
  • Name: NORRIS, VINA ISOBEL
  • Registration Number: 101648/1981
  • Father's Given Name(s): JOSEPH JEREMIAH
  • Mother's Given Name(s): AMY AMELIA
  • Registration District: blank[8]

Victoria BDM[edit]

Vic Births[edit]

Vic birth registration for 4SP's brother Harold Robert Stevens

  • Vic BDM
  • Event: Births
  • Family name: STEVENS
  • Given name(s)ː Harold Robt
  • Mother's given nameː Emma
  • Mother's family name at birthː DAWS
  • Father's Given Names: Geo Fred Wm
  • Place of event: QUEENSCLIFFE
  • Registration yearː 1901
  • Registration numberː 29466/1901[9]
Vic Marriages[edit]

Vic marriage registration for 4SP's brother

  • Vic BDM
  • Event: Marriage
  • Family name: STEVENS
  • Given name(s)ː Harold Robt
  • Spouse's nameː WERRY, Loveday
  • Registration yearː 1926
  • Registration numberː 3269/1926[10]
Vic Deaths[edit]

Vic death registration for 4SP's sister Rubie Medic Wilson nee Stevens

  • Vic BDM
  • Event: Death
  • Family name: WILSON
  • Given name(s)ː Rubie Medic
  • Mother's given nameː Emma
  • Mother's family name at birthː DAVIS (sic, DAWS)
  • Father's Given Names: George Frederick William
  • Father's Family Name: STEVENS
  • Place of birth: Camberwell
  • Place of death: Geelong
  • Age at death: 81
  • Registration yearː 1980
  • Registration numberː 23675/1980[11]

Queensland BDM[edit]

Qld Births[edit]

Qld birth registration for 4CK's father Frank Edgar Norris

  • Qld BDM
  • Birth registration: Frank Edgar Norris
  • Birth date: 31/01/1865
  • Mother's name: Caroline Bennett
  • Father/parent's name: William Henry Norris
  • Registration details: 1865/C/887 [12]
Qld Marriages[edit]

Qld marriage registration for 4CK's father Frank Edgar Norris

  • Qld BDM
  • Marriage registration: Frank Edgar Norris
  • Marriage date: 12/06/1889
  • Spouse's name: Louisa Swan
  • Registration details: 1889/C/5 [13]
Qld Deaths[edit]

Qld death registration for 4CK's father Frank Edgar Norris

  • Qld BDM
  • Death registration: Frank Edgar Norris
  • Death date: 23/01/1951
  • Mother's name: Caroline Bennett
  • Father/parent's name: William Henry Norris
  • Registration details: 1951/C/1042 [14]

LDS FamilySearch.org[edit]

FamilySearch Family Tree[edit]

FamilySearch Family Tree Time Line[edit]
FamilySearch Family Tree Time Line Citation[edit]

"William Frederic Bardin's Time Line in FamilySearch Family Tree", The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/timeline/GSS9-TG4, retrieved 1 June 2019. 

FamilySearch Family Tree Time Line Blockquote[edit]

William Frederic Bardin's Time Line in FamilySearch Family Tree

  • William Frederic Bardin: 2 February 1899 – 8 January 1976; Reference Number: GSS9-TG4​​
  • 1899: Age 0; Birth 2 February 1899, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
  • 1901: Age 2; Residence 31 Mar 1901, Shoreditch, London, England, United Kingdom
  • 1923: Age 23; Marriage 1 January 1923, Queensland, Australia; Spouse: Miriam Esther Piegrome 1901–1968 - GSS9-LB5​​
  • 1946: Age 47; Death of Father: 31 August 1946, Queensland, Australia, William Richard Bardin 1871–1946 - KL5G-29Y​​
  • 1953: Age 54; Death of Mother: 3 October 1953, Queensland, Australia, Esther Keziah East 1873–1953 - KL5G-292​​
  • 1968: Age 69; Death of Spouse: 1968, New South Wales, Australia, Miriam Esther Piegrome 1901–1968 - GSS9-LB5​​
  • 1976: Age 76; Death: 8 January 1976, New South Wales, Australia
  • 1976: Age 77; Burial: 1976, North Ryde, , New South Wales, Australia[15]

England and Wales Census, 1901[edit]

England and Wales Census, 1901 (Citation)[edit]

"William Bardin in "England and Wales Census, 1901," database, FamilySearch", The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X981-Q1M, retrieved 1 June 2019. 

England and Wales Census, 1901 (Blockquote)[edit]

William Bardin in 1901 Census of England and Wales

  • Name: William Bardin
  • Event Type: Census
  • Event Date: 31 Mar 1901
  • Event Place: Shoreditch, London, England, United Kingdom
  • County: London, Middlesex
  • Civil Parish: Shoreditch
  • Ecclesiastical Parish: St Paul Haggerston
  • Sub-District: Haggerston
  • Registration District: Shoreditch
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 2
  • Relationship to Head of Household: Son
  • Birth Year (Estimated): 1899
  • Birthplace: Shoreditch, London
  • Schedule Type: 520
  • Page Number: 64
  • Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
  • William Bardin Head Male 29 Stepney, London
  • Esther Bardin Wife Female 28 Shoreditch, London
  • William Bardin Son Male 2 Shoreditch, London
  • William Hunt Boarder Male 21 Shoreditch, London
  • Ellen East Sister Female 21 Shoreditch, London[16]

Citation per FamilySearch: Citation "England and Wales Census, 1901," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X981-Q1M : 20 May 2019), William Bardin in household of William Bardin, Shoreditch, London, England, United Kingdom; from "1901 England, Scotland and Wales census," database and images, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : n.d.); citing Haggerston subdistrict, PRO RG 13, The National Archives, Kew, Surrey.

Find a Grave[edit]

Note: Family Search often links to Find a Grave but that website is free access and it is better to link directly to Find a Grave

Find A Grave Index: William Frederick Bardin

  • Name: William Frederick Bardin
  • Event Type: Burial
  • Event Date: 1976
  • Event Place: North Ryde, , New South Wales, Australia
  • Photograph Included: N
  • Death Date: 08 Jan 1976
  • Cemetery: Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium[17]

FamilySearch Citation: "Find A Grave Index," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QK1J-6931 : 15 December 2015), William Frederick Bardin, 1976; Burial, North Ryde, , New South Wales, Australia, Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium; citing record ID 145277543, Find a Grave, http://www.findagrave.com.

National Archives of Australia[edit]

Fact Sheet[edit]

Fact sheet from NAA about citations [1] 3. Citation for a series which consists of one item only NAA: M266; one item only Expanded citation: National Archives of Australia: Essington Lewis CH; M266, Report on a visit to USA, Canada, Great Britain and India, 1944–45: Aircraft and Munitions by Essington Lewis, JM McShane and JL Jenkins, 1944–45; one item only

Barcode Stable Link[edit]

Hi Sam, You are correct - the URLs in RecordSearch are session-specific. It is possible to create a permalink to items using the following URL template: http://www.naa.gov.au/go.aspx?i=[ItemBarcodeNumber] where [ItemBarcodeNumber] is the item's barcode number. Examples: http://www.naa.gov.au/go.aspx?i=12345 http://www.naa.gov.au/go.aspx?i=1799120

You can also link to a specific page in a digitised item using: http://www.naa.gov.au/go.aspx?i=[ItemBarcode]&f=[FolioNumber] where [ItemBarcode] is the item barcode number and [FolioNumber] is the folio number. Examples: http://www.naa.gov.au/go.aspx?i=1799120&f=12 http://www.naa.gov.au/go.aspx?i=8114271&f=1

Hope this helps, Andrew Cairns NAA Staff

Wikibooks WT & B Standard Citation[edit]

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"Evan Bruce Rockwell, Service Record, 1940-1947", National Archives of Australia, https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/DetailsReports/ItemDetail.aspx?Barcode=4467476, retrieved 27 May 2019. 

Wikibooks WT & B Standard Blockquote[edit]

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4AB's WW2 service record

National Archives of Australia

  • Title: BARDIN WILLIAM FREDRICK : Service Number - 300061 : Date of birth - 02 Feb 1899 : Place of birth - LONDON ENGLAND : Place of enlistment - TOWNSVILLE : Next of Kin - BARDIN MIRIAM
  • Contents date range: 1939 - 1948
  • Series number: A9301
  • Control symbol: 300061
  • Citation: NAA: A9301, 300061
  • Item barcode: 5548700
  • Location: Canberra
  • Access status: Not yet examined
  • Date of decision: 01 Jan 1970
  • Physical format: PAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTS (allocated at series level)
  • Records authority class number: 1010873
  • Date registered: 20 May 2002[18]

OTVA (Aus) Newsletters[edit]

[19]

Trove digitised newspapers[edit]

TITLE. Transcribed text.[20]

Renders as:

"TOOWOOMBA HOSPITAL.". Darling Downs Gazette (Queensland, Australia) (9314): p. 5. 5 March 1921. Retrieved 4 May 2019.

Magazine article citation examples[edit]

Walkabout (Aus)[edit]

  • As provided by Trove Journals abstract page (absolutely hopeless):

"LONELY GOATHERD", Walkabout 32 no. 2 (1 february 1966) (2): 6, 1966-02-01, ISSN 0043-0064 

  • As provided by Trove Journals specific page (absolutely hopeless):

Australian Geographical Society.; Australian National Publicity Association.; Australian National Travel Association. (1934), Walkabout, Australian National Travel Association, http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-745577914, retrieved 15 June 2019 

  • As provided by National Library catalogue site (less hopeless, but whole of journal only):

Australian Geographical Society; Australian National Publicity Association; Australian National Travel Association ([date of publication]), "[article title here"] (in English), Walkabout (Australian National Travel Association), https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-566923190 

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LONELY GOATHERD. Serving the Lights (Walkabout, August) brought back memories of boyhood years spent at several “outside” lighthouses. Memories of scrambling ashore from a workboat, removing the water pipes between the roof and the fresh water tanks when gales threw spray from the ocean over the house tops, rounding up the milking goats, and being in bed with whooping cough when the nearest doctor was miles away across the turbulent ocean, have tumbled again through my mind. Before Cape York, the lighthouse tender about which the article tells, there was the Lady Loch, later used as a barge on the Brisbane River. Before Lady Loch, there was the Despatch, which was later wrecked at the mouth of Lakes Entrance in Gippsland, Victoria. F. W. STEVENS, Glen Iris, Vic.[21]

Wireless Weekly (Aus)[edit]

  • As provided by National Library digital scans site (absolutely hopeless):

Australasian Radio Relay League., The wireless weekly : the hundred per cent Australian radio journal,, Wireless Press, http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-679839119, retrieved 31 December 2018 

  • As provided by National Library catalogue site (less hopeless):

Australasian Radio Relay League; [first co-author here] ([date of publication]), "[article title here"] (in English), The wireless weekly : the hundred per cent Australian radio journal, -1943 (Wireless Press), https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-589648812 

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Notes from 4QG. The blue lights which make the towers of 4QG so conspicuous by night ofttimes require a certain amount of attention. Some few days ago some of the lights burned out and the chief engineer, Mr. F. W. Stevens, climbed to the top of the towers to replace them. He took the old lamps out and while putting in new ones, a globe slipped out of his hand and crashed to the roof of the building 100 feet below. Mr. Stevens descending from the tower head walked across the roof to pick up the pieces. Imagine his surprise when he found the lamp lying quite intact on the concrete roof. It had struck the roof with the base and beyond a slight dint in the metal portion was quite unharmed.[22]

Amateur Radio (Aus)[edit]

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"Matrimonial", Amateur Radio (Australia) (Melbourne: Wireless Institute of Australia (Victorian Division)) 2 (2): 8, 1 February 1934, https://armag.vk6uu.id.au/1934-february-AR.html, retrieved 26 January 2019. 

Book citation examples[edit]

Benson Thesis[edit]

F. W. STEVENS: F. W. Stevens was appointed as Chief Engineer at 4QG in 1925. His interest in wireless began in 1901, when he was three years old. He recalled an incident when the Duke of York (later King George V) visited Australia. Stevens lived at the Point Lonsdale Lighthouse, Port Phillip Heads. Wishing to welcome the visitors in a novel way, "a small set of apparatus was erected at the Signal Station at Point Lonsdale ... and an aerial was swung from the flag pole ... it was not until the steamer's smoke was dimly visible in the distance that communication was established between ship and shore." How influential this early experience really proved is a matter for conjecture. Stevens commenced his career with the PMG's Department in Melbourne prior to the commencement of World War I. During the war he was unable to enlist, but since he had studied wireless, the Naval . . . [23]

Ross - Radio Broadcast Technology[edit]

4PG features briefly in a schedule of Brisbane amateur broadcasters in 1930 in Jack Ross' definitive "Radio Broadcast Technology"

Progress in experimental broadcasting by the Amateurs was dramatic. The number of transmitters operating in the 200 metre band increased rapidly and to minimise interference problems, leading Amateurs transmitted on a co-operative roster basis. . . . In Brisbane during mid 1930, the following Amateur broadcasters were active:

  • Tom Starkie, Toombul, (4NW), 249.9 metres, nightly and weekends.
  • Pat Golden, Wynnum, (4PG), 245.8 metres, weekends.
  • Wooloowin Radio Club, (4WN), 241.8 metres, Thursday and Sunday.
  • Cec Morris, Rosalie, (4LW), 238 metres, nightly and weekends.
  • George Hams, Northgate, (4GW), 234.2 metres, nightly.
  • Harold Walsh, Hamilton, (4HW), 230.6 metres, nightly and weekends.
  • Bob Browne, Toowong, (4RE), 227.1 metres, nightly and weekends.
  • G Oxlade, Newmarket, (4GO), 223.7 metres, nightly and weekends.
  • Bruce Munro, Hawthorne, (4AL), 220.4 metres, nightly.
  • Frank Nolan, Spring Hill, (4JU) 217.3 metres, weekends.
  • Cliff Gold, Hill End, (4CG), 214.2 metres, weekends.
  • Bill Young, West End, (4WA) 202.6 metres, nightly.[24]

Shawsmith - Halcyon Days[edit]

VK4SP - FREDERICK W. STEVENS (SK). AOCP Brisbane 1930. As assistant chief engineer at 4QG Brisbane he installed the original tx in the Executive Building and later was involved in the construction of the studios on top of State Insurance Building. Became a QANTAS pilot, later joined DCA as equipment inspector. SK in 1960s.[25]

Inline Citations[edit]

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  8. "Deaths Search", New South Wales Government, Department of Justice, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search/marriages?16. 
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  16. "William Bardin in "England and Wales Census, 1901," database, FamilySearch", The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X981-Q1M, retrieved 1 June 2019. 
  17. Tipton, Jim, "William Frederick Bardin burial entry at Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium", Find A Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/145277543/william-frederick-bardin, retrieved 1 June 2019. 
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  20. "TOOWOOMBA HOSPITAL.". Darling Downs Gazette (Queensland, Australia) (9314): p. 5. 5 March 1921. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article183219056. Retrieved 4 May 2019. 
  21. Frederick William Stevens (1 February 1966), "Lonely Goatherd", Walkabout (Sydney: Australian National Travel Association) 32 (2): 8, ISSN 0043-0064, http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-745586781, retrieved 15 June 2019. 
  22. "Notes from 4QG", Wireless Weekly (Australia) (Sydney: Wireless Newspapers Limited) 11 (16): 17, 10 February 1928, http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-678787664, retrieved 16 June 2019. 
  23. Benson, Roderick J. (1990). The establishment and early development of broadcasting in Queensland: a study of the Queensland Radio Service, 1925-1930. Brisbane: Griffith University. http://librarycatalogue.griffith.edu.au/record=b1200552~S1. 
  24. Ross, John Francis AM (Jack) (1998). "Chapter One: Planning the Broadcasting Service". Radio Broadcasting Technology, 75 Years of Development in Australia, 1923 - 1998. Adelaide, South Australia: Openbook Publishers. pp. 6-7. ISBN 064635969X. https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/8937491. 
  25. Shawsmith, Alan (1987). "Chapter Nine: Profiles". Halcyon Daysː the story of Amateur Radio in VK4, Queensland, Australia. Brisbane, Queensland: Boolarong Publications for Wireless Institute of Australia, Qld. Division. ISBN 0959616160.. https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/8499322.