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En 1573 la administración virreinal cedió amplios terrenos a las religiosas concepcionistas en el viejo calpulli prehispánico de Moyotlán (más tarde barrio de San Juan) para que establecieran un convento.

La fundación, dedicada a la Reina del Cielo traducción de la expresión latina Regina Coeli y a la Natividad de la Virgen María, fue aprobada por el Papa Gregorio XIII en 1578.

El templo del monasterio se edificó en el ángulo que forman las actuales calles de Bolívar y Regina, frente a un espacio libre que ya en el siglo XVII se conocía con el nombre de Plaza Chiquita de Regina. Su forma irregular se origino en el trazo de una de las acequias que atravesaban ese baldío. El convento y el templo primitivos fueron muy pobres, con cimentación deficiente.

La reestructuración de estos edificios se realizó en 1656 a expensas de Melchor de Terreros. El templo se reformo después y se abrió el 13 de septiembre de 1731. La obra la proyectó el arquitecto Miguel Custodio Durán y la financió el arzobispo José Lanciego y Eguilaz.

Como todas las plazas y calles de la ciudad colonial anteriores a la gestión del virrey Revillagigedo, la Plaza de Regina no escapó a la suciedad y abandono en que se encontraban los espacios exteriores de la metrópoli: falta de drenaje conveniente, encharcamientos constantes, ausencia de empedrados y banquetas y carencia de iluminación nocturna, que la convertían en un lugar peligroso durante las noches. Además, en ella frecuentemente se asentaban tianguis y tablados de toda índole, habiendo sido utilizada, incluso, para matanza de animales, mezclándose a todas esas incomodidades el espectáculo de mendigos y menesterosos que se aposentaban en ella durante las funciones religiosas.

Transformación radical sufrió la plaza al ser exclaustradas las monjas concepcionistas, conjuntamente con las de otras órdenes religiosas, el 8 de marzo de 1863, y aunque estas volvieron al convento durante el imperio de Maximiliano de Habsburgo, el 14 de noviembre de 1867 se entregó el convento a la Secretaría de Guerra, sirviendo de cuartel hasta el 15 de junio de 1871, cuando el gobierno de la República lo dió, en pago de adeudos, al acaudalado Ramón Obregón.

El templo, por su parte, permaneció abierto al culto. Un informe rendido por el regidor del ramo en 1868, hace mención de las obras realizadas para que desaparecieran la insalubridad y los muladares acumulados en la plaza, donde ya existía una fuente pública que cuidaban las autoridades de la ciudad, insistiendo en que debía barrerse y regarse todos los días "por los aguadores que concurren a la fuente de Regina a sacar agua", así como para que los areneros, carboneros, zacateros o cualquier otro tratante de este género, asearan el lugar que ocupasen con sus mercaderías. Además, en febrero de ese mismo año, se instalaron faroles de hojalata con aparatos de gas líquido, de trementina, de veinte luces, sustituyendo al alumbrado de aceite instalado por la administración colonial.

Gracias a la generosidad y filantropía de la señorita María Concepción Máxima Béistegui y García, quien a su muerte, ocurrida en 1873, cedió sus bienes para la fundación de un hospital en lo que fuera el Convento de Regina, se pudieron salvar de la destrucción, que se había iniciado poco antes, el claustro principal y las crujías adyacentes al mismo. Así, el denominado Hospital Concepción Béistegui, después de laboriosa adaptación, fue inaugurado por el Gral. Porfirio Díaz el 21 de marzo de 1886.

El resto del convento fue dividido en lotes, construyéndose en su lugar varias casas y locales sin ningún valor arquitectónico. En 1967, las autoridades del Departamento del Distrito Federal, ante la necesidad de contar con amplios espacios abiertos en esta zona de la ciudad, eligieron la Plaza de Regina como una de las primeras en la restauración de los centros cívicos capitalinos.

Entonces la plaza fue cerrada al tránsito vehicular en el tramo de la calle de Regina que corría frente al templo, dejándolo fluir únicamente por la calle lateral ubicada al norte de la plaza, y llevando el pavimento pétreo, en adoquín de San Luis Potosí, hasta la fachada misma del templo. Los árboles existentes fueron reubicados al norte de la plaza para permitir mayor visibilidad al edificio.
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In 1573 the colonial administration gave the spacious grounds of the old religious Conceptionists calpulli prehispanic Moyotlan (later district of San Juan) to establish a convent.

The foundation, dedicated to the Queen of Heaven translation of the Latin Regina Coeli and the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, was approved by Pope Gregory XIII in 1578.

The temple of the monastery was built in the angle formed by the present streets of Bolívar and Regina, compared to free space in the seventeenth century and was known by the name of Piazza Regina Chiquita. Its irregular shape originated in the stroke of one of the canals running through this wasteland. The convent and the primitive church were very poor, poor foundation.

The restructuring of these buildings was performed in 1656 at the expense of Melchor de Terreros. The temple was later reformed and opened on September 13, 1731. The work was designed by the architect Miguel Custodio Durán and funded the Archbishop Jose Lanciego and Eguilaz.

Like all the squares and streets of the colonial city prior to the management of Viceroy Revillagigedo, Plaza Regina did not escape the dirt and neglect that were outside spaces of the metropolis: lack of appropriate drainage, ponding constant, no paving and sidewalks and lack of night lighting, which became a dangerous place at night. Moreover, she often settled swap meets and tablados of all kinds, having been used, even to killing animals, mixing all these discomforts the spectacle of beggars and needy that aposentaban there for religious functions.

Square underwent radical transformation when exclaustradas the Franciscan nuns, together with those of other religious orders, the March 8, 1863, and although these returned to the monastery during the reign of Maximilian of Hapsburg, 14 November 1867 gave the convent to the Secretary of War, serving as headquarters until June 15, 1871, when the government of the Republic gave it in payment of debts, the wealthy Ramón Obregón.

The church, meanwhile, remained open for worship. A report issued by the ruler of the sector in 1868, makes mention of the work undertaken to disappear unhealthiness and middens accumulated in the square, where there was already a public source guarded the city authorities, insisting he swept and watered every day "by the watermen who attend Regina source to draw water" as well as for litter boxes, coal, or any other dealer zacateros of this kind, asearan occupy the place with their merchandise. Moreover, in February of that year, tin lanterns were installed with liquid gas appliances, turpentine, twenty lights, replacing oil lamps installed by the colonial administration.

Thanks to the generosity and philanthropy of Miss Maria Conception High Beistegui and Garcia, who at his death in 1873, transferred its assets to the foundation of a hospital in what was once the Convent of Regina, were saved from destruction, that had begun shortly before, the main cloister and the bays adjacent to it. So-called Beistegui Conception Hospital, after laborious adaptation, was inaugurated by General Porfirio Diaz on March 21, 1886.

The rest of the convent was divided into lots, built several houses in place and local architectural worthless. In 1967, the authorities of the Federal District, to the need for open spaces in this area of ​​the city, chose Regina Square as one of the first in the restoration of civic centers in the capital.

Then the square was closed to traffic on the stretch of Regina Street that ran opposite the temple, just letting it flow down the side street just north of the square, carrying the stone pavement in San Luis Potosi cobble up the facade of the temple itself. Existing trees were relocated to the north of the square to allow greater visibility to the building.

Debt Management 101: 7 Key Rules every Consumer Should Know

Individuals often feel overwhelmed when they come to a point in life where they must ask for help from a credit counselor or debt management specialist. Without some specific guidelines to assist them along the way, many may make poor decisions and, in the long run, only compound their original financial problems. But what is debt management, and what does it really involve?

Debt Management, defined simply, is a process by which debt is eased and eventually reduced through the managing of consumer assets and direct negotiation with creditors. Debt management is usually offered by qualified debt “counselors” or a certified debt management company. These debt management companies use what are called “debt management plans (DMPs)” by which consumers deposit set funds each month into specific accounts that are then used by the debt management company to pay off consumer credit card bills, student loans, medical bills or any other form of unsecured debt.

Choosing a debt management provider is not something that should be taken lightly. What do you look for when choosing a credit counselor or debt management firm? There are dozens of factors to consider, but these 7 key rules to choosing a credit/debt management firm can make the process less stressful and may get you much closer to financial comfort faster and easier then you ever thought possible.

1. Get a Referral – Ask someone who has been in a similar situation. Take time to ask questions, to determine if they had a good experience with a particular firm or a bad experience. Getting information directly from another consumer who has used credit counseling or debt management in the past is an excellent way to learn before you agree to pay for services. In addition, a reputable company should be willing to provide examples of good results, without revealing another person’s private information.

2. National Accreditation – While no specific national or state accreditation will guarantee success, there are organizations in the U.S. with the soul purpose of promoting high standards and ethical practices in the consumer credit industry. The American Association of Debt Management Organizations are one of the most prominent in this industry. Members of this organization specialize in credit counseling, debt management plans, budget/finance industry education and much more.

3. Better Business Bureau Membership – Contact the Better Business Bureau in your city or region and ask for information about the credit counselor or debt management firm you are considering. You may also want to talk to someone in the State’s Attorney or Attorney General’s office to see if the company has been the subject of any regulatory action. Finally, if the firm in question has a website, check to ensure it[s a member of the www.bbbonline.org online arm of the BBB and has been awarded its coveted “Reliability Program Online Seal.”

4. For Profit vs. Non-Profit Experience – Many consumers have a misunderstanding about Not-For-Profit debt management companies vs. For-Profit companies. They both offer concessions for the consumer whereas some states require non-profit status before the company can do business in the state. Credit card companies fund most Not-For-Profit credit counseling companies with Grants and Fairshare deductions as a way for them to recover money from consumers who are currently not making their payments. The biggest difference is that a Not-For-Profit does not pay taxes whereas a For Profit does. Study the company carefully to see if it uses “non-profit” status simply as a marketing tool.

5. Excessive Costs – In recent years, credit card companies and other lenders have reduced some of the funding for credit counseling. This has led counseling firms to increase their fees. Some of these increases are reasonable, but consumers should be careful not to get involved with a company that charges a large upfront payment just to establish an account. A baseline of $ 50 per month is a good guideline for an initial new debt management plan. In contrast, a credit counselor or debt manager should probably not charge a fee of more than $ 100 to establish your account and negotiate with your creditors. Some companies will waive their initial enrollment fees entirely if you can’t afford them.

6. Real Education – Try to find a credit counselor or debt management professional who is sincere about giving you information that will help you deal with financial problems. You should not have to pay extra for CDs or videos that require you to learn on your own. If the person you are talking with does not or cannot provide satisfactory answers to your questions, find another company.

7. A Written Plan – A reputable credit counseling firm or debt management company will take time to review your situation, help you with budgeting and money management, and put your individual plan in writing. This personalized plan should include details on how creditors will be paid, as well as realistic goals for returning you to full financial health. Some firms even offer a free debt comparison quote which is an excellent way to see how much money you can save, what your new interest rate may be and how long it will take you to get debt free on your debt consolidation program right out of the gate. Unrealistic promises should not be part of the plan. For example, a debt management or credit-counseling firm does not have the authority to change your credit report nor should it ever imply it has done so in the past.

Coming face-to-face with financial trouble may seem to be more than you can handle, at first blush. Fortunately, there are many reputable credit counselors and debt management companies out there who can help get you started again in the right direction. Following these 7 simple guidelines when choosing a firm will go a long way in ensuring your final choice is also the best choice for your current financial circumstances.

Casey Markee is a consultant with nationwide debt management program provider Consumers Alliance Processing Corporation (CAPC). Visit them online and try their free credit card payment calculator and eliminate your credit card debt today.

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One Reason Debt Management Programs Are Not for all

Being in a DMP through a credit guidance agency is a great strategy for paying off financial obligation, but there is one significant caveat for this debt program that I must point out. The Reason Why? As it’s the no. 1 reason folks neglect to finish it. Also it applies more than half of the people that combine their expenses in this manner!

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Credit Counseling and Debt Management Programs

See how nonprofit credit counseling and debt management programs work in this animated video. We’ll show you how to get out of debt in a few easy easy steps:

1. Call or go online for a free credit counseling session. Telephone option: speak to an NFCC-certified credit counselor. Online option: enter information yourself online without having to speak to a person. Online option is available at: www.incharge.org

2. Share information about your income, assets and debts. Receive an impartial debt relief recommendation that may include: enrolling in a nonprofit debt management program or bankruptcy.

3. If you qualify for the debt management program, you may qualify for these benefits: lower interest rates, lower monthly payments, one consolidated monthly payment.

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Credit counseling and debt management programs are also referred to as debt consolidation, because they combine your monthly debt payments into one payment.

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Debt Management in America Today – Debt Consolidation Help

Managing your debt is one of the most important things you can do right now. Congress is passing laws that can and will greatly help you deal with your debt in a productive and positive way. Instead of giving into the temptation to ignore your debt, seeking out a qualified debt settlement company to assist you with your debt management is a great start to ending your debt problems.

A debt management plan is a confidential program that is designed specifically for your needs with a unique solution to your debt problems. With a good debt settlement company, debt settlement experts can assess your financial situation, assist in creating a debt settlement solution and negotiate terms of your debt with creditors and lenders. You can make a serious dent in your credit card debt, maybe even eliminating it completely, with a quality debt settlement company. By negotiating your loan and debt terms to lower your interest rates and deal with late fees, you can save countless dollars and repair your credit score.

If you’re considering a debt management program with a reputable debt settlement company, there are some steps you need to take to make sure the program works for you. It is important to:

Make regular, timely payments – This will ensure that your plan goes smoothly and that your creditor/lender will continue working with you on your debts.

Always read your monthly statements – It’s important to stay up-to-date with the information your lender and your debt settlement company send you.

Budget your money – You’re going to have to make sure you have your monthly payments set aside every month in order to make a serious payment.

One thing that’s important to be aware of is that if your payments to your debt settlement company are late, and if you can’t deal with these debts, your lender isn’t going to want to work with you. This could cause increased late fees, increased interest rates and continued poor credit.
In order to properly budget your money, you’ve got to set aside money every month to go towards your bills. That means making sure your bills get paid before you go and buy a new shirt, movie tickets or ice cream. It’s hard to budget initially, because it can go against your nature and requires a great deal of discipline.

Here are some budgeting pointers that will help you with debt management (tips that your debt settlement company will want you to follow):
Give yourself about 3-4 months to get your budget going. Trying to become disciplined in a week is a bad idea, you’ll most likely fail and give up. Give it some time.

Spend every dime on paper before the month begins. That means laying out where money should go before the first of the month.
Over-fund your groceries category. Food always costs more than you think it will.

If you’re married or living with someone, budget together. Shared accounts means shared responsibilities, and if one of you gets evicted, you both will.

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Finding Trusted Debt Management Organizations

UNITED KINGDOM customers who’re struggling to pay for their bills are often forced to seek out financial obligation administration companies for help. However with debt administration organizations getting huge company and desperate consumers wanting assistance, there are certain unscrupulous companies  online which will do nothing but take your money and supply small, if such a thing, in return. How are you currently designed to know the difference between a and a poor debt management organization?

There are a couple of kinds of financial obligation management organizations – organizations that are for revenue and businesses which are non-profit. Additionally there are two types of non-profit debt administration businesses – businesses that charge customers but that do not carry an income and companies offering debt administration solutions 100% free. Any and all of the forms of financial obligation management organizations / companies might provide beneficial and reputable services, but as a consumer, you must know the way services work and look into contracting aided by the best organization for the job.

Debt management businesses are also often known as financial obligation decrease organizations, debt consolidation companies, or debt consolidation reduction organizations. Some supply just basic debt decrease or removal services, and some provide extra solutions centered on client need, costs, and number of financial obligation. In general, a debt management company may help consumers lower or get rid of just unsecured debt such as for instance credit card debt, installment financial obligation, and, in some instances, student loan financial obligation.

Contracting with a professional financial obligation administration is crucial to make sure that you may be protected for the procedure. Financial obligation management organizations seldom make any solid guarantees and are not liable for your debt. Therefore, ultimately,  you might be kept open to additional collection by the creditors, wage garnishments, and also judge filings. You have to discover how to reduce your debt without more damaging your credit and winding up in personal bankruptcy judge.

Stay away from debt administration businesses offering a quick fix. Most of the time, it requires many years to accomplish a debt administration program. Also, it’s important to research whether or not a specific financial obligation administration business practical knowledge in using the services of your unique creditors. Contracting with a settlement company that is with the capacity of managing just some of one’s financial obligation will leave a substantial amount of debt you have to handle by yourself. And also if the organizations which do accept use your debt management company agree to wait on any more collection activity, your creditors that do not consent to assist your financial troubles management company may nevertheless submit appropriate action and force you into courtroom to manage that financial obligation and also the debt which you have agreed to eliminate as part of your agreement utilizing the debt administration company. The result is that you will nonetheless owe the debt administration company their costs although you are forced to go to courtroom to manage your lenders.

Contract only with a debt settlement company that provides you reveal program regarding exactly how your monthly payments is disbursed towards creditors. Once that debt administration business has actually discussed your options with your lenders on your behalf, the debt administration company should come back to a plan that details simply how much you will need to spend each organization monthly. According to those figures, you will be needed to distribute a monthly lump sum towards financial obligation management company. From that month-to-month lump sum, that ought to likewise incorporate any costs that the financial obligation management business charges for services, the debt management organization will probably pay creditors. You must know just how much each creditor will get monthly, on which time that creditor is likely to be paid, and you ought to manage to proceed with the development of repayments. Get every little thing on paper.

research the charges that each organization costs. A debt settlement company may charge costs predicated on exactly how much debt you have, just how many creditors you have, and / or a figure that’s a percentage of total financial obligation or monthly premiums. In any event, understand the costs in advance and get all of them on paper. Companies that charge high upfront costs is a scam.

Finally, try not to trust a settlement company that promised to repair your credit. Although decreasing and / or getting rid of your debt shall help you tidy up your credit rating and rating, debt management companies aren’t effective at eliminating any unfavorable information from your own credit score.

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Debt management companies

What is worst: death or debt? Imagine being flooded by financial documents each week since you haven’t settled your dues yet. Loan companies are already contacting you non-stop to question you about your overdue balance. It’s really difficult to find out which one is worst between death and debt especially when your financial debt continues on accumulating interest each month. Instead of having the ability to save money to pay your dues, you’ll just be able to save enough as a way to pay for the interest.

Debt management enables you to manage your finances and keep every one of your statements in order. Companies offering this kind of support ensures that anyone who is in financial debt can settle their balance in due time. Debt firms work as the middle man by mediating the two parties: the loan company and the debtor.

Exactly why is debt management significant?

Being overwhelmed by your financial debt can be irritating most especially when the credit bureau’s after you already. In the event you can’t settle your dues on time, the interest will almost certainly accumulate making your debt even more difficult to settle. Debt management can assist you reconcile all your obligations by intervening in the process. They will address the situation by talking to the loan company and bargaining a more accommodating payment term. They are going to help you every step of the way until you’ve compensated all your remaining balance with the lending company. Waiting around will just make you be in much deeper debt so it’s important that you deal with your obligations as early as possible. Debt management enables the debtor to have more time in gathering resources to ensure that she or he could possibly pay out the rest of the amount. What’s more, a much lower interest may be billed on top of the money borrowed instead of the agreed interest at the beginning of the deal. Before your debt piles up and becomes bigger, it’s better if you deal with it as soon as possible. Debt firms will help make all your finances far more manageable and much easier to deal with. You could be free from the burden of being bullied by credit regulators and collectors.

How would I know if my debt management company is effective?

Several debt management corporations promise to be the best in the industry. Determining which of them are legitimate and credible may be challenging most particularly when your need is immediate. But regardless of how soon your need could be, by no means settle with just any business. Instead of paying out all your bills, you might wind up shelling out more money for an expense you could’ve saved when you sign up with the right company. Before you hire a debt management corporation, make sure that you survey the field first and do the necessary research. Ask their previous clients on exactly how well they fair in the industry. Inquire as well on how they were able to deal with your financial complications and how effective the debt corporation is in lessening the interest you’re supposed to pay.

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Mildura. The 1912 Methodist Church on Deakin Avenue built in Moorish style. It almost looks like a mosque. Now commerical offices and not a church . Octagonal in shape with alternating layers of red and white brick work. Designed by G.B. Leith architect.
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When we go out to Nichols Point to see the grave of William Chaffey you can see the kind of country that typified the Mildura area in the 19th century. Yet the Chaffey brothers of Canada were such amazing visionaries that they could see how this semi-desert country could be transformed into a fruit bowl with verdant growth. Their foresight was remarkable. Their story is almost amazing. In 1884 the Victorian Premier, Alfred Deakin (later PM of Australia) went to California to visit irrigated colonies as Victoria had suffered a long drought from 1877-84. There he met George and William Chaffey and invited them to come and work irrigation miracles in Victoria. The concept was for the Chaffey brothers to buy the land and water rights at a low price, start irrigation and develop the land and sell it on at a high price. The Victorian government in 1886 gave the Chaffey brothers 250,000 acres of land on the old Mildura sheep station on the Murray for an irrigated colony development. The Chaffeys had to build pumping stations to obtain the water from the river, dig water canals and trenches, clear the land, level it for irrigation and then sell it. Their agreement with the government meant they had to spend £300,000 on these improvements over 20 years. They advertised for investors in California and Canada where they were already known as well as Melbourne and Adelaide. They advertised the 10 acre fruit blocks as grape, fruit orchard and orange grove lands. The Chaffeys began work in 1887 led by William. Younger brother Charles went to oversee the development of Renmark in SA. William selected 200 acres for himself near the Psyche Bend Pumping Station and now the site of the Chateau Mildura Winery. William Chaffey established this in 1888 one year after settlement work began. They hoped to irrigate 33,000 acres in the first stage. By 1890 3,300 people were living in the Mildura district. But the land boom of the 1880s collapsed around 1890 as Australia headed into drought and a major economic depression. Consequently the Chaffeys went bankrupt in both Mildura and Renmark in 1895. A Victorian Royal Commission in 1896 found the Chaffeys responsible for the collapse of the irrigated colonies. The Chaffeys certainly advertised and painted a rosy picture of the prospects of Mildura and Renmark but such a grandiose scheme without government financial backing was doomed to failure in Australia, especially when a worldwide economic depression hit it.

All that William had left after their bankruptcy was his winery, 200 acres of irrigated fruit block and the mansion he had built earlier in 1889 called Rio Vista (river view). William worked like any other fruit blocker. He unsuccessfully tried to sell Rio Vista but could not find a buyer. He helped the area establish a dried fruit marketing board and he earned the respect of the citizens of Mildura. He became President of the shire council in 1903 and the first city Mayor in 1920. He was so admired by the town residents that they presented him with a Ford motor car in 1911. He eventually paid off his debts to the Victorian government. He died at Rio Vista in 1926. There is now a fine statue of him in the centre of Deakin Avenue- the main street- named after the Victorian Premier and later Australian Prime Minister, Alfred Deakin. It was erected in 1929. This street is also one of the longest avenues in the world at 12.1 kms in length!

Throughout this period most of William’s income came from the winery. It produced table wine until around 1900 when it switched to fortified wines (sherry and port) and the distilling of brandy. Transport of produce was difficult until the railway arrived in Mildura in 1903. In 1910 he formed the larger Mildura Winery Company with a second distillery at Merbein. After William’s death the brand name was changed to Mildara in 1937. As an adjunct to the winery he established the Australia Dried Fruits Association around 1895. This was a way of using local fruit because there was no transport available for perishable food before the arrival of the railway from Melbourne in 1903. Dried fruit could be stored for a long time and it did not matter if considerable time was taken to get it to the city markets. So Chaffey established the two main products of the Mildura region- wines and spirits and dried fruit. Both were exported to England. William married twice. His first wife and some infant children are buried near the original Mildura Station on the Murray. His second wife is buried near him in Nichols Point cemetery. He was survived by 3 sons and 3 daughters. One later bought Avoca Station from the Cudmores!

Meantime the SA Premier, Sir John Downer offered the Chaffey brothers 250,000 acres of Crown Land at Renmark and they accepted that too. With 500,000 acres to develop the brothers George and William worked hard and their younger brother Charles also came out from California to manage the Renmark operation. The Mildura and the Renmark scheme were losing money so George tried to sell land blocks in the irrigation schemes in London in 1894 but he failed to find a buyer. In December 1894 the Chaffey brothers went into liquidation with huge debts and owing extensive wages to their employees. George then returned to Canada; William stayed on in Mildura; and Charles stayed on in Renmark. Charles Chaffey’s residence in Renmark called Olivewood is owned by the National Trust. It is built in Canadian log cabin style but with Australian verandas. It is probably the oldest residence in Renmark as it was erected in 1889. Charles ran the operation in Renmark until 1904 when he returned to Canada with his family and the bank repossessed the home. It had several owners until acquired by the National Trust in 1979. Only William and his family stayed the course and really developed the Australian irrigation colonies. When the Chaffeys went bankrupt the state governments took over the management and operation of the irrigation colonies with SA setting up the Renmark Irrigation Trust and Victoria the Mildura Irrigation Trust. Another of the legacies of the Chaffeys is the layout of both Renmark and Mildura which are remarkably similar. William Chaffey followed a standard California/USA approach with a wide divided avenue to be the centre thoroughfare of each town, with consecutively numbered streets running across the grand avenue. Streets running parallel to the main avenue had individual names. Hence in Mildura you have Ontario Avenue (reflecting the Chaffey Canadian origins) and San Mateo Avenue (California linkages) etc.

Mildura – founded in 1887.
The town was named after the original Mildura station which in turn was named from a local aboriginal word meaning “red earth”. Pastoralism began in 1847 when squatter Francis Jenkins moved here from NSW. He thought he was in SA! But his occupation was not legal and the leasehold went to Hugh and Bushby Jamieson who called their property of 150,000 acres Mildura. Once the river boat trade began in 1854 they expanded their sheep flock to 10,000. Alexander McEdward bought the property in the 1870s and later the government resumed it for the Chaffeys irrigation colony in 1887. Mildura grew very slowly even after the Chaffeys started their great work of clearing, felling, levelling and pumping water to turn the semi-desert into fruit blocks. The 1890s were economically depressed. The government Irrigation Trust continued the Chaffey work after 1894 and by 1910 the town was well established with a railway station (1903), a large temperance hotel, a school, stores, churches, a Carnegie Library, a public institute and a Working Man’s’ Club. Opposite the railway station was a well patronised river wharf and port. William Chaffey became the first Mildura mayor in 1920 and when the population had reached 15,000 in 1934 the town was declared a city.

Soldier settlers after World War One and Two were offered fruit blocks in the district and in both eras they helped boost the growth and population of the area. Today Mildura has the second busiest airport in Victoria outside the Melbourne area, and it is still growing. It now relies on tourism and retirement living as well as fruit and grape production for its economic output. Its warm climate makes it a favoured retirement spot for southern Victorians!