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JANUARY
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Dr. Bill Gransbury (Chairman), Anthony Schubert, Barry Chinner, Viv Fiebiger, Carol Farley, Ron Schilling, Chris Russack, Anne Batten, Mark Batten, Ian Williamson, Elizabeth Sibley, Bill Sibley, Philip Othams, Ted Hopkins, Merle Hopkins, Peter Flaherty. SPECIAL GUEST: Ashley Starkey.

APOLOGIES: Bev Reid and Joe Doddridge.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the November 2011 meeting were moved Ted, seconded Chris, carried.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Local Angaston Family Histories – Elizabeth is still attending to the information which has been supplied to her.
Collection – Pat, Anne and Trish will attend to soon.
Holmes Wagon in Reserve – Bill to see The Barossa Council tomorrow regarding the shifting of it.
St. Michael’s Sword – An early costing of around $4,000 from Ken Martin had been obtained to attach a new sword to St. Michael in the Memorial Reserve. Ken also did statues of Makybe Diva, Jason Gillespie and Darren Lehmann. A suggestion of public help towards the costing may be sought. Also Tony Wege and the RSL were also mentioned as cheaper or alternative helpers in this project. Julius Henschke may have been the St. Michael Sculptor person, which was unveiled on April 25, 1921 by Mrs Charles Howard Angas.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – About Time History Week in May 2012 – It was decided to call it Toys, Hobbies and Pastimes. Any collections would be welcome for the evening (dolls, steam trains, old toys, books, children’s belongings, badges, rocking horses). To be held on May 11 (set-up), May 12-13-14-15 or May 25 (set-up), May 26-27-28-29 at the Union Chapel depending on the hire availability. $2 entrance fee and open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Members to email Anne with any items that they would like to display during the event. Anne is also filling out the booking hire form.
Blacksmith Shop – Roof Seal reimbursement of $400 and Grant application for Blacksmith Shop from Sam Hosking re the roof.
Grant – Grant application from History SA for oral history was not successful.
OUT – Press release to “The Leader” re Blacksmith Shop

BLACKSMITH SHOP
*Ash Starkey showed his 10 minute film of the Blacksmith Shop at the beginning of the meeting. Members felt that it was very good and after a few minor alterations it will be ready for the launch on Friday, March 30 at the shop. Special guests to be invited to the launch and a roof appeal could also be discussed on the night. A television with this new video could be set up in the shop to be played for tourists – Ian may have a TV to donate.
*Shop clean up on February 3 at 6 p.m. with barbecue at 7 p.m. and demonstration at 7.30 p.m.
*Custom Cladding quote of $18,607 incl. GST was accepted and moved by Bill Sibley, seconded Ted Hopkins, carried. Money towards the project could be raised by selling the old roof iron. Also a message to the general public for any old iron could also be useful in raising funds. Prospective customers to phone Ron Schilling with their details. Item to be published in “The Leader” regarding this.
*All blacksmiths/guides to be given an introductory pack with letterheads/name tags/duties, etc. in it.
*The shop has been mentioned in Channel 9’s Brenton Ragless’ 2012 Almanac (formerly Keith Martyn almanac).
*Mechanical Hammer in shed belongs to Seppelts and they would like it returned if not wanted anymore by A&PHS Society.
*Mariani wagon in shed to be advertised on the internet (Gumtree or eBay) by Ian and he will ask around $2,500. This has been consented by Kerrie Mariani-Kiefel.
* Ron advised of his unavailability of opening/closing shop every Saturday/Sunday/Public Holiday at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Hopkins’ and Battens’ to attend to this over next couple of months until a more effective solution is found.

GAWLER PARK HOME: Carol Farley is after any information on her house at Gawler Park for a book that she hopes to write. Former owners were Nicholas Foote, Thomas Sage and Captain Angas Collins all 100 or more years ago. Gawler Park Wines were produced on the property.

ANGAS DISC: Ted has returned the Kingsley Ireland disc of Angas family photographs. Carol would like to borrow for her ‘home’ research.

HORACE DEAN BOOK: Around 26 copies are left @ $25 per copy for members.

WEBSITE: Keenan Hopkins’ offer of a new website was viewed as too expensive at this stage due to blacksmith shop re-roofing and St. Michael’s Sword replacement. It was decided to stay with the current site.

AUSTRALIA DAY AWARD: Barry was congratulated on his recent Australia Day Citizen of Year nomination in which he was a joint runner-up.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $14,806 + $1,000 from Angaston Management Group and sale of books meant around $16,400 and then $1,100 to come off for Ash Starkey’s blacksmith filming (moved Anne, sec. Elizabeth to pay, crd.) gave a total of $15,300.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 10.05 p.m.

MEETINGS: February 28, March 27, March 30 Enhancement Project launch Barons of Barossa at Blacksmith Shop, April 24, May 22, June 26, July 24, August 28, September 25, AGM October 23, November 27, Social/Barbecue December 11.
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FEBRUARY
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Dr. Bill Gransbury (Chairman), Anthony Schubert, Viv Fiebiger, Kingsley Ireland, Ron Schilling, Chris Russack, Anne Batten, Mark Batten, Ian Williamson, Elizabeth Sibley, Bill Sibley, Ted Hopkins and Merle Hopkins.

APOLOGIES: Barry Chinner, Carol Farley and Joe Doddridge.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the January 2012 meeting were moved Ted, seconded Anne, carried after the alteration to the Angas Disc paragraph which has been changed to read that Ted has edited and returned the orginal DVD of the Angas Family Photographs and made another copy identifying and naming each of the 144 photos which is now still a work in progress.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Local Angaston Family Histories – Elizabeth has done some updating on this and has had a good response.
Collection – Pat, Anne and Trish will attend to soon.
Holmes Wagon in Reserve – Bim Lange (Barossa Council) and John Angas (wagon was donated by John’s father, Colin Angas) to be included in negotiations regarding the wagon which has been taken away for repairs.
St. Michael’s Sword – Anne to apply for a grant towards this project and RSL Nuriootpa may be able to help with cost.
Hobbies, Toys and Pastimes – May 26-29. Hire cost of chapel will be $80 all up. Flyers to be made up advertising the event. The two Angaston Schools and Keyneton School invited. History teachers at both High Schools to be informed.
Clubs/Groups – Chris Russack is working on a proposed booklet outlining Angaston clubs/groups history. So far he has about 85 known groups.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – Website editing – Email to and from Alice Dodd (Community Webs) regarding editing the “new” website. Anthony to obtain more information on how to edit this site ourselves before next meeting. This will be the “new” site and eventually the “old original” one will be obsolete due to investigations since the last meeting.
OUT – Press release to “The Leader” re Blacksmith Shop.
Press release re the trolley in Blacksmith shop shed. Two enquiries to Bill regarding the sale of this.

BLACKSMITH SHOP
*Graham Keightley, Richard Miles and Tanunda Lutheran Home had given offers of old iron. Ken Farley still prepared to pick this iron up and store.
After much discussion it was felt that Bill and perhaps Ian speak with Kerrie Kiefel (formerly Mariani) to get her feelings on the Society taking out some sort of “lease agreement” with her to safeguard all parties for any changes in the future as far as perhaps “selling/upgrading/family issues/society changes” or the like. This to be done before the Society outlays any money to upgrade the roof. Ian moved and Kingsley seconded that the motion moved at last meeting regarding accepting the Custom Cladding quote be rescinded, carried.
*Coke at the shop is a little too small for 100 percent efficiency. Penrice Soda Products have offered two tons (10mm anthracite) which it was agreed to purchase free of charge and they will deliver it.
*Blacksmith name tags/letterheads/introductory packs have been handed out. Some still in the shop cupboard.
* Movie launch on March 30 at 6.30 p.m. at the shop. A clean-up on March 25 at 1 p.m. for those interested. At the launch card tables, food platters and chairs will be needed to be taken along. Wine (from Yalumba)?? Ian to supply DVD player.

HORACE DEAN BOOK: To be highlighted at Blacksmith Shop movie launch.

RAILWAY PRECINCT/NATIONAL BANK: Some members met with Barossa Council/Machinery Preservation Society and interested parties at the Railway Station today. It was felt that the station is not suitable to the A&PHS as not vandal/fire proof enough. National Bank would be a better site if ever possible. However, the society welcomes the upgrading of the site and Chris Russack moved that we send a letter of support for the upgrading of the railway precinct and include a brief history of the Angaston Station/Railway outlining major points like the boost to the town when built, sheep/fruit/stone/cement carrying over the years and eventually a perfect bike trail route for tourists and locals.

MEMBERSHIP: Email addresses (where possible) of all members to be located.

QUARRIES: Ron mentioned the history of the Quarry/Mining Industry around Angaston should be documented one day similar to the Fruits of Angaston history.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $15.006.53. $476 to be paid for public liability insurance and Turner’s Van registration. After that the balance should be about $14,000.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 9.50 p.m. and Viv and Joe apologies at next meeting.

MEETINGS: March 27, March 30 Enhancement Project launch Barons of Barossa at Blacksmith Shop, April 24, May 22, June 26, July 24, August 28, September 25, AGM October 23, November 27, Social/Barbecue December 11.
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MARCH
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Dr. Bill Gransbury (Chairman), Anthony Schubert, Kingsley Ireland, Ron Schilling, Anne Batten, Barry Chinner, Mark Batten, Ian Williamson, Elizabeth Sibley, Bill Sibley, Peter Flaherty, Ted Hopkins and Merle Hopkins.

APOLOGIES: Viv Fiebiger, Bev Reid, Chris Russack and Joe Doddridge.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the February 2012 meeting were moved Kingsley, seconded Bill Sibley, carried.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Holmes Wagon in Reserve –Is now in the Tinker’s Shed. The Barossa Council will pay for all materials.
St. Michael’s Sword – Phil Lamb of Nuriootpa RSL believes grant money is possible for the approx. $4,000 project.
Hobbies, Toys and Pastimes – May 26-29. Anne doing up flyers and letters to school and members perused a list of possible items which will be on display.
Trolley in Blacksmith Shed – A couple of enquiries from a Fechner and Falkenberg regarding this. Ron to liaise with Anthony re a letter of thanks.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – Judy Underwood from Coober Pedy Historical Society sent a photo of Park Road in the 1940’s? The photo is of the current David Zimmermann house area taken from what is now Sibley Street. Anthony to write thanking her and asking if they have any more photos of Angaston to purchase or copy.
Riebke family photos that appeared in last week’s Leader had four enquiries which were passed on to the owner of the photos.
OUT – Press release re the Blacksmith Shop Cultural Tourism Enhancement Project.

BLACKSMITH SHOP
*Coke at the shop is a little too small for 100 percent efficiency. Bill still working on this problem.
* Movie launch on March 30 at 6.30 p.m. at the shop. Members reminded to take Chapel wine glasses which need to be returned, tables, chairs, food. Trish Gransbury will obtain wine from Yalumba. The movie is on You Tube – google Doddridge Blacksmith Shop.
* Front sliding door to be looked at regarding hard to open/close, after Easter.
* Nuriootpa Primary School to visit shop on April 3.

HORACE DEAN BOOK: It was felt that too much would be happening at the Movie Launch to sell any books.

MEMBERSHIP: Email addresses (where possible) of all members to be located.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $14.802.48. $301.55 was received from Barry though his Blacksmith Shop roof donation tin. Ian moved and Mark seconded to pay the outstanding accounts, carried. Mark also handed in approximately $240 he got for the load of scrap steel from the Blacksmith shop clean up.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 8.50 p.m. and Bill/ Elizabeth Sibley and Ted/Merle Hopkins apologies at next meeting.

MEETINGS: April 24, May 22, June 26, July 24, August 28, September 25, AGM October 23, November 27, Social/Barbecue December 11.
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APRIL
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Dr. Bill Gransbury (Chairman), Anthony Schubert, Ron Schilling, Chris Russack, Anne Batten, Barry Chinner, Mark Batten, Malcolm and Nicole Fechner.

APOLOGIES: Viv Fiebiger, Carol Farley, Bev Reid, Chris Russack, Ian Williamson, Peter Flaherty, Ted and Merle Hopkins, Bill and Elizabeth Sibley and Joe Doddridge.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the March 2012 meeting were moved Barry, seconded Mark, carried.

BUSINESS ARISING:
St. Michael’s Sword – On-site welder is available for this project and the monument is 91 years old tomorrow.
Hobbies, Toys and Pastimes – May 26-29. Anne has posters and books highlighting this event. Advert to go in “The Leader” on May 16 and Barry to help with story on May 23 by providing photograph of his “what is it” toy. Roster for workers to be perused again and completed at next meeting.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – Year 10 Laucke Mill history project from Lucy and Matthew Pellew 0412 951 496. Ron has some information which he will pass on to them.
The Barossa Council Artlab day at end of July to be attended by Trish Gransbury.

BLACKSMITH SHOP
* New roster has been sent out. Ron moved that all volunteers be made Honorary Members (re insurance), seconded Chris carried. A visit of Community History SA people which will require a get-together of volunteers.
* Phil Burgess to be contacted regarding trimming of trees at shop.
* More tidying up needed in view of erecting a “coke room” inside the shop near the rear.
* DVD at the shop is now working thanks to Joe Doddridge but needs to be put out in the back room somewhere to stop tourists blocking the entrance and it also meant that people viewing it had their backs to the blacksmiths.
* Rescinding of the recent roof motion - Ian and Bill to look at the Memorandum of Understanding before revisiting the motion at a later time.
* Kerrie Kiefel is preparing to put the land at the back on the market which will require possible shed removal/shifting. Van to be driven around area to help get a suitable size shed and placement re-driving in/out of Butcher Van.
* Listing of items/sources of information re Doddridge Family and Blacksmith Shop.
* Occ Health and Safety re-fire extinguisher checking. Anthony to investigate this problem.
* Fred Kummerow has old forge in his backyard if we want it. Ron to investigate.
* Ron also outlined his stepping back of blacksmith duties due to health reasons.
* Broken glass on cocky cage was a concern. Lions Club may have some perspex to replace the glass?

MEMBERSHIP: Email addresses (where possible) of all members to be located.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $15,846 in bank.

OTHER BUSINESS:
Collingrove/Tarrawatta Area: Due to an enquiry, Barry has spoken to Colin Angas and they are investigating historical matters pertaining to Tarrawatta/Lindsay Park/Collingrove/Hutton Vale. The Church at Collingrove and school at Tarrawatta were two of the items of interest. Anthony may have a list of Tarrawatta School pupils.

Size of Families: Chris was wondering what would have been the biggest family (amount of children) to ever live in Angaston. Perhaps a letter to editor in “The Leader” would help?

Glen Fosslyn: Anne was wondering where the Glen Fosslyn home in Angaston was situated. It was a former Salter house.

Penrice History: Nicole Fechner is doing a school project on Penrice. She attended the meeting with her father and some books (Rodda family history and The Golden Grain) and information from the files was located. Malcolm mentioned, for interest, that he been told as a child that the Gawler Park Road area was once known as “Magpie Gully”.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 9.30 p.m. and Chris is an apology at next meeting.

MEETINGS: May 22, June 26, July 24, August 28, September 25, AGM October 23, November 27, Social/Barbecue December 11.
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MAY
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Dr. Bill Gransbury (Chairman), Anthony Schubert, Ron Schilling, Kingsley Ireland, Ted Hopkins, Viv Fiebiger, Anne Batten, Mark Batten, Ian Willamson, Elizabeth and Bill Sibley.

APOLOGIES: Barry Chinner, Peter Flaherty, Chris Russack, Joe Doddridge and Merle Hopkins.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the April 2012 meeting were moved Ron, seconded Mark, carried.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Hobbies, Toys and Pastimes – May 26-29. Pew shifting to Mark McDonald’s home will be this Friday morning. Roster has a few vacancies and Anne will contact prospective people. Name tags for roster volunteers would be helpful if they supply their own. Ian to pay bond for hire at Barossa Council. At least four schools had shown interest in having tours during the event.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – Kingsley – re John Anderson at Eden Valley in early 1900’s and information required about a Samuel Boyd from Eden Valley/Flaxman’s Valley area also in late 1800’s/early 1900’s.
Friends of Barossa Library – Require letter of support to purchase an A3 scanner. Bill Sibley moved and Viv seconded that the secretary write to them, carried.
Family History Week – July 27-August 5.

BLACKSMITH SHOP
* Due to absence of Bill Gransbury from May 25 to July 5 any changes in the roster are to be passed on to Ron.
* Kerrie Kiefel had met with some members and a memorandum of agreement was signed. However, Kingsley to contact Peter Heuzenroeder to see whether anything “more legal” needs to be signed if anything should happen to either party. Shed for van may need to be purchased/built as well, depending on sale of the land at back of shop and the ‘new owner’s’ views.
* Extra goggles, aprons, gloves to be purchased for blacksmith volunteers.
* Phil Burgess still to trim trees.
* More tidying up needed in coke room.
* Any scrap iron/steel/ashes to be put into a bin and Mark will pick up to sell as scrap if possible.
* Lance Codrington also has some scrap iron for the society. Ron to contact.

MEMBERSHIP: New renewals to be sent out soon.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $16,373.28 in bank.

OTHER BUSINESS:
Glen Fosslyn: Anne was wondering where the Glen Fosslyn home in Angaston was situated. It was a former Salter house. It had been established that this was the former Riebke/Larkin home (now Milne) just over Railway line (bike track) at the end of Kent/Fife Streets.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 9.10 p.m. and the Chairman is an apology at next meeting.

MEETINGS: June 26 (Bill Gransbury apology), July 24, August 28, September 25, AGM October 23, November 27, Social/Barbecue December 11.
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JUNE
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Kingsley Ireland (Chairman), Anthony Schubert, Ron Schilling, Anne Batten, Mark Batten, lan
Willamson, Elizabeth and Bill Sibley.

APOLOGIES: Dr.Bill Gransbury, Viv Fiebiger, Joe Doddrdige, Ted and Merle Hopkins.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the May 2012 meeting were moved lan, seconded Elizabeth, carried.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Hobbies, Toys and Pastimes- May 26-29. Very well received, however could have been a few more visitors.
$302 collected at the door. $80 in costs. The two Angaston schools and the Keyneton school visited. Anne filled
out a survey on the event for History SA. Next year is the 100th anniversary of the “Great Angaston Flood” which
could be a highlight of the 2013 History Week (eg. Angaston disasters??).

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN - * $150 cheque to Kingsley for recent research. This to be forwarded to Friends of Barossa Library for their
proposed A3 scanner purchase.
* Letter from Joe Doddridge regarding Blacksmith Shop points. Kingsley to reply informing him that some of his
points were well received and noted. Also inform him that society need and will have another meeting with Kerrie
and/or the new owners to get everyone’s thoughts on the future of the land/shed/shop (see below).
*Ash Starkey reapplying for a grant to make a digital film incorporating aspects of Angaston's history. It was
decided that Kingsley would reply and inform him that at this stage we will give it a miss. ·
* Letter from Derrick Carlson, Norwood re the “cruel treatment of Bruce, the Blacksmith Shop cocky” as he put
it. This letter was also sent to “The Leader” as a letter to the editor. Bruce went missing just after the last meeting
(cage lock cut and either stolen or just let loose)? Last week a new Cocky “Jacko” was donated to the
society/shop. After much discussion Mark Batten moved and lan Williamson seconded that this cocky be given
back to its owner to alleviate all the concerns that society is now raising with the keeping of birds in cages, carried
but not unanimously. After more discussion from Ron, it was decided to wait just a bit longer for the return of
president, Bill Gransbury (next week) and if there is anymore "hate mail" regarding the new cocky.
OUT- Letter supporting Friends of Barossa Library for scanner purchase.

BLACKSMITH SHOP
* Elizabeth to see Don Thorn and Phil Burgess regarding tree trimming and possible gum tree replacement if
shed has to be moved.
* Ivan Schiller is prepared to store coke when shifted from Penrice Soda Products.
*Anthony contacted Mark from Wormald refire extinguisher. Mark will contact Ron to look at it.
* Kingsley has contacted Peter Heuezenroeder regarding the rental agreement with Kerrie Kiefel. Some members
to meet again with her and/or new owners regarding the whole set up. lan said that he would like to see the
actual titles to get an idea on where the shed and boundaries are actually situated.
* lan to contact the person who had wanted to buy advert in “The Leader” regarding horse drawn implements.

MEMBERSHIP: New renewals to be sent out soon.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $17,319.38 in bank.

OTHER BUSINESS:
Corinella: Anne was wondering where the * “Corinella” home in Angaston was situated. Discussion led to the
current Plush (Rose Villa) home and the former Clark house (now Jarvis Barossa formerly Eblen’s/Fiebiger’s car yard).
Historical Plaques: Ron mentioned the Angaston/Nuriootpa Road bridge between Saltram and the Zion Church
which was opened in 1865 by Governor, Sir Dominick Daly with Miss Salter, escorted by G. F. Angas who broke
the bottle, should have a plaque on it detailing its history. The bridge is one of only two that are in that design.
Also if the cocky “goes” perhaps a plaque should be put on the cage detailing the Doddridge Cocky history as
well?

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 9.15 p.m.

MEETINGS: July 24, August 28, September 25, AGM October 23, November 27, Social/Barbecue December 11.

*After the meeting it was established that Corinella is now Plush home (formerly Drever) opposite Zion Lutheran Church. Now known as Rose Villa.
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