19 Rosalie Blanche Jacka’s Brothers and Sisters, across the North from 1876

Jacka Bros Melrose Brewery

William John Jacka and Sarah Gunter, a varied life, a challenging husband

Joseph Henry Jacka and Sarah Ann Slee, business and community in Melrose

Frederick Walter Jacka, brewer, farmer, clerk, and Elizabeth Ann Spratt  

Benjamin Jacka, an early death

Mary Lilla Jacka and Charles Benjamin Robinson, Willochra to Broken Hill

Celia Adelaide Jacka and Edmund Berry, Jacka Bros company man

Caroline Harriet Jacka and Joseph Thomas Ragless, pastoralists

Annie Maud Jacka and Arthur Whitney Reed


20 Arthur George Martin’s Brothers and Sisters from 1870

Growing up in Moonta 1870–1900

Thomas Henry Martin and Matilda Ann Poyzer, Terowie and Adelaide

John Frederick Martin, missionary and jeweller, and Frances Annie Hocking, 

Alfred Ernest Martin, World War I Sapper

William Alexander Martin and Clara Buckett, Western Australia

Edith Mary Martin

Julia Catherine Martin, teacher

Herbert Augustus Martin


21 Arthur Martin, Rose Jacka and the Fortunes of Hammond 1888–1916

Arthur and Rose in Hammond  

Arthur George Martin’s early life in Moonta and Hammond  

The Martin household in Hammond  

A. G. Martin’s general store

Hammond 1890–1917  


Water supply  

Transport and communication  

The wider world  

Hammond District Council and public health  


Recreation and education


22 After Hammond, Arthur and Rose and their Children from the Summer of 1915–16

Last months in Hammond

The Martins in Adelaide 1916–1944

The nine children of Arthur and Rose  

Elsie May Gum  

Dorothy Maud Lines  

Arthur Cyril Martin  

Harry Coombe Martin  

Rex Bertram Martin  

Rosalie Merle Martin  

Ralph Keith Martin  

Maxwell Claude Martin  

Gweneth Adelaide Edwards