Sydney Stock Exchange stock and share lists
Large format bound volumes of the official lists from the close of trading sessions in the call room at the Sydney Stock Exchange. This information was posted up for the public to see three times a day - forenoon, noon and afternoon. The closing prices of stocks and shares were entered in by hand on pre-printed sheets.
The Sydney Stock Exchange was formed to allow brokers and traders to trade stocks and bonds for companies listed in New South Wales. It formed an association with the stock exchanges in Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane Perth and Hobart called the Australian Associated Stock Exchanges but remained an independent body. These six stock exchanges amalgamated on 1 April 1987 to form the Australian Stock Exchange Limited (ASX).
Lists from 1900 to 1950 are now available online.
Djugurba: tales from the spirit time
A storybook filled with various myths and legends concerning Djugurba (pronounced Jook-urr-pa), which means everything concerning the Spirit Time, or Dreamtime, stories.
Written and illustrated wholly by Indigenous Australians whose proud traditions it records, this book brings together exciting and unusual tales from widespread areas and peoples.
Pacific Trade and Development Conference papers
Books containing papers from the Pacific Trade and Development (PAFTAD) Conference, which plays an important role as a source of policy ideas on regional trade development issues. The PAFTAD conference originated in 1968, and promotes policy-oriented academic research and discussion of Asia Pacific economic issues. 8 past volumes are now available online, with ANU staff working hard to get permission for the rest of the back issues and proceedings to be digitised.
George E. Morrison orations
A series of lectures in ethnology founded by George E. Morrison, a journalist, traveller and political adviser to the Chinese government in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The lectures on China are an annual event and the longest running of its kind in Australia, only pausing for the period over the war.
Post-compulsory education and training: fitting the need / National Board of Employment, Education and Training
A compendium of advice from the National Board of Employment, Education and Training to the federal government in 1992 in regards to the appropriate balance of growth between the education and training sectors. It provides a holistic look of the trends in education and training systems in Australia in the early 1990s, and the recommendations presented to the Department of Employment, Education and Training.