Contents: Demise of aboriginal (aborigines) lifestyle p1. Establishment of Yarraville p3. Industries in 1901 p4. Life of James Palmer p18. Yarraville Railway Station p20. Railway Hotel p20. Subdivision of Schild Street p22. Hooke home p22. Flew home p22. Rev. Watson home p24. Fred Hopkins' home and property p24. Yarraville Hall, now Yarraville Village Animal Hospital and studio apartments p24. Sam Crew home p26. Campbell's Bakery, now Swanston Engineering p26. Victoria Hotel p26. The house of William Angel Stone p26. Lillee house, now Murphy's Truck Yard p28. Houses of Leek Brothers p28. A.R.P. Crow p28. Saint Luke's School Room p30. The Yarraville Citizens Club p30. Palmer's 2nd Post Office p32. Murphy home p32. Little Smith's Grocery p32. Edmonson & Co. Bag Factory p34. Police Station p34. William Williams Shop p34. United Free Methodist Church p36. Site of obelisk p36. Brick terrace p36. Yarraville Hotel p36. Horsfall's General Store and Foundry p38. Fels Bakery p38. Whitwam Worker's Cottages p38. Stephen's Grocery p38. First Yarraville Post Office p40. Melbourne Pottery Company, now H.T. Insulators p40. Stony Creek, original spelling Stoney Creek p40. Vockler Street p42. Stoney Creek Hotel p42. Home of George Hills p42. Yarraville State School p42. Hawke home p44. Kemp home p44. Stone home p44. Sons of William Williams home p44. McKnight home p44. Fels Reserve p44. The life of Frances Maude Wood p46. Saint George's Hall, now UDC Ballroom p48. Howard Proctor's Shops p50. Gill's Drapery, now Tattslotto Agency p50. Toohey's Shed, now the Sun Bookshop p50. Gordon Buildings, now Bassett and Lobaza Architects, p52. Salvation Army, now Living Colour Studio p52. 'Baron' Truman's House, p52. Doctor's Surgery p52. Plumber, now Niche Interiors p54. Fire Station, now Saint Nicholas Greek Church p54. Schild's Agency, now Housing Co-op p56. Ann Dickson home, now supermarket p56. Shadrach Comben house p56. Pedley's Chemist, now Dual Hairdressers, p58. Punshon's XL Store, now Jillian's Restaurant p58. Hills Agency p60. Blake and Riggall shops p60. National Bank, now Sweeney's Real Estate Agency p60. Joh Page: shops p60. Doctor McCarthy's Surgery, now cafe p62. Railway Hotel p62. J.W. Smith: shops p62. Baker the Wheelwright, now Cut Paw Paw Cafe p62. The life of James Cuming p64. Marriages of the Cuming children p66. Goods Yard p68. Bluestone house p68. Henry Preston: factory p68. Dyer p68. William Toohey: home p68. Airlie House, The Elms p70. Osborne Ladies College p70. Tolquhoun House p70. Saint Filian's p72. Floradean p72. Ben Beaver: home p72. Harry Pebble Plant Nursery p72. Thomas Comben Quarry p74. Yarraville Gardens p74. Bust of James Cuming p74. Yarraville Wharves p76. Cuming Smith's Fertiliser Works p76. Macmeikan Bone Mills, Keystone p76. Dee Cottage p76. McKenzie's Foundry, now Overhead Doors Australia p78. Wischer and Company p78. Miller's Ropes p78. Colonial Sugar Refinery, now Sugar Australia p80. Commercial Hotel p80. Twigg's Market Garden p80. Myrus p82. Victoria Hotel p82. Comben home p82. Big Smith's Grocery p82. Edward Campbell: home p84. Annie Campbell: terraces p84. Presbyterian Church p84. Edward Holden: home p84. Glenara: house p86 Huntly: home of James Cuming Jnr p86..