Potential — by BiStander. This is a creative, nonfiction story based on actual events.
If stately houses we erect, And therein think to take delight, On what a sudden we are checked, And all our hopes made groundless quite! One little sparks in ashes lays What we were building half our days. It has always retained a distinctive identity due to its beginnings as a suburb that no one really wanted.
Charles La Trobe, the Superintendent of Melbourne, had trained as a minister as well as being a poet, musician and artist. He first found a use for Elwood when he galloped down to Point Ormond to select a quarantine site for a plague ship in the autumn of He was apparently inspired to name this isolated, windy and beautiful place after a poet and religious rebel.
He was employed as reader to the blind poet, John Milton, a fact which encouraged St Kilda Council in to start naming local streets after other poets. If Elwood had a totem it would be the magpie. In early days hundreds of magpies could be seen digging for worms on the Elwood flats.
Map of Elwood full page Robert Hoddle, who laid out the streets of Melbourne insurveyed Elwood fourteen years later, assisted by Henry Foot. In surveyor John Vardy produced a book of maps that marked every house and street in Elwood and provides a benchmark for the heritage studies of today.
The first land sales occurred south of Point Ormond in By the mids the original Elwood was still a small hamlet on swampy ground, with a few properties on the higher ground south of the Point.
Instead St Kilda Council saw opportunities, particularly at the beach end of Barkly Street, for unpopular activities such as the abattoir, rifle range, night soil depot and municipal tip. This only increased the reluctance of council to spend money on improvements.
In January a delegation met with the State Commissioner of Lands to complain about the neglect of Elwood, including the night soil depot, abattoir, rifle range, undrained swamp and lack of roads. Agitator Samuel Griffiths complained: This second delegation proposed that Elwood be severed from St Kilda and joined to Brighton.
The Chief Secretary agreed but called for a vote to ensure that the majority of residents were in favour.
Tensions ran high and the future of Elwood hung in the balance but cooler heads prevailed. The residents withdrew their petition after the council offered to complete the road from Elwood to Brighton. After the sale of reclaimed swampland at Elwood began inthe residents petitioned St Kilda Council to create a new and fourth council ward in St Kilda.
A suburb by any other name. Municipal boundaries have been subject to many reorganisations over the years.
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See Melway page 67 for suburb and postcode boundaries. At acres, the new ward was the largest in St Kilda but had the smallest population.
There were 4, residents of whom only 1, were ratepayers entitled to vote. Elwood remained part of the City of St Kilda until when it joined the new City of Port Phillip after the Kennett Liberal Government legislated to amalgamate local governments.
Today the most optimistic evaluations of Elwood have been more than fulfilled. However, we are getting ahead of ourselves.Every serious survivalist dreams of having their own underground survival bunker. A safe haven where we can escape to in the event of an emergency – an underground shelter where you can take refuge.
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