The photographs below have all been taken in Australia in the late 1800s. They appear to be Jobson relatives and perhaps were sent by one of Jane's brothers, Christopher or Joseph.
Newstead Mechanics Institute was in Lyons Street, Victoria, Australia. A map of the township is here and here
VALEDICTORY ADDRESS From NEWSTEAD FRIENDS TO CHRISTOPHER JOBSON Sir, A Meeting of your friends in Newstead was recently held in the Mechanics Institute there. At this meeting it was decided that a Farewell Address should be prepared, and in their name, presented to you. We, the undersigned, in carryout out this resolution have SIR much pleasure in conveying to you the thanks of the above meeting for your constant, ?experienced? and useful services on behalf of every Public Institution in this place. During your residence for many years in this district, it but just to say that in matters social, educational and religious, its progress has, in no small degree been assisted by your personal exertions and influence. While regretting your removal, it is nevertheless a satisfaction for us to assure you that you carry with you the respect and esteem of a wide circle of warmly?attached? friends, in Whose Name we subscribe ourselves SIR Yours faithfully, (12 signatures) Geo C. Munty Mth ??? ???Hank William Balholand M Tudy ? Eddy Robert Bury W Hurte Miller mm James M Hank David James George Bullingham Allex M Melkan Newstead 5th May 1870

THE JOBSON FAMILY Jane Jobson was born at North Bebside in about 1834. She can be found on the 1841 census at Sturton Grange in the parish of Warkworth, aged 8. Her father Christopher Jobson, farmer, aged 65, her mother Jane Jobson aged 43, and siblings Christopher, 14, Ann, 12, William 10, John 7 and Joseph 5. There are two female servants. A handbook to Alnwick Castle exists dated Oct 22 1850 given to master Jos Jobson. By 1851, her father had died. Her mother Jane aged 56 was now head of the household at Sturton Grange House, her occupation was “proprietor of houses, farms 400 acres of land”. The note “8 male 5 female” refers to her employees. With her is Ann 22, unmarried daughter, William, son, 20, a farm steward, and Jane daughter aged 18. They have one servant and a visitor: 6 year old Annie Orange, born in Bedlington. Daughter Jane married William Grey in 1859. On the 1871 census her name spelled with an “a” she is at Tindale Farm House Twizell, William Grey 48, farmer of 338 acres employing 6 labourers and a boy , born Cornhill, Northumberland. Wife Jane 37 born Bebside, Margaret J., daughter aged 6 born Horncliffe, George son aged 11 born Horncliffe & 2 servants. In the 1881 census she is visiting the Dent family: John Dent, ship broker at No 3, Osborne Ave., Jesmond Newcastle. Married aged 47. On the 1891 census she is living at Bedford House , West Central Gateshead with her son William aged 29, born Woodhorn, occ. funeral practitioner (duly qualified.) She is now widowed. He is single. There is also her daughter born in Horncliffe Northumberland called Margaret, aged 25
Right: : Mary Ellen Jobson (Nell), aged 17. 29 January 1895. Photographed by Talma, 119, Swanston St Melbourne.
"Jane Jobson my great grandmother b 1793 married John Grey 1890" on reverse. However this cannot be correct as the woman who married John Grey in 1890 was Sarah Ann Kendall born 1867. It is more likely to be Jane Jobson born abt 1833, who married William Grey in 1869 and died in 1902.
Jane Jobson's mother
Roger Jobson aged 17 on reverse. James Meek was a photographer at Clunes in Victoria NSW
The photographs on this page come from the collection of John Grey. Some of the captions on the back appear to be confusing and have not yet been verified.
Jane's sister Ann Jobson married William Duncan possibly on the same day as her brother Christopher Jobson married Mary Trewick. Christopher married for the second time to Elizabeth Ann Mcoll. He died at Albert Park, Victoria, Australia in 1897. Both he and his brother Joseph emigrated. Mary Ellen Jobson is likely to be the daughter of Joseph and his wife Mary Ritchie. Her father Joseph died at Collingwood , Victoria in 1911. These three photographs must have been sent to Jane. According to David Jobson, a descendant of Joseph, Chris was the Major of Clunes and Joseph owned a flour mill in Ballarat that burned down. There is a family tree on by MichelleCrofts.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Monday 4 January 1869 p 7 Advertising

NOTICE is hereby given, that the PARTNERSHIP lately existing between us, the undersigned, for carrying on the business of farmers and bone- dust miller, at Loddon-grange, Newstead, in the colony of Victoria, under the style of " Jobson Brothers," has this day been DISSOLVED, by mutual consent.

All debts and liabilities of the said partnership will be paid by the undersigned Joseph Jobson, at Loddon grange aforesaid ; and all debts due to the said partnership are to be paid to the said Joseph Jobson, who will continue to carry on the said business on his own account.

Dated this 19th day of December, 1868 CHRISTOPHER JOBSON. JOSEPH JOBSON. Witness-Alex., M'Melkan, storekeeper, Newstead.

Ancestry records for electoral voters at Yarra Collingwood East Church St Abbotsford - Victoria, Australia 1903 list:

Jobson Christopher - Engineer;

Jobson Emily - Home duties;

Jobson Jessie Elizabeth - Home duties;

Jobson Joseph Male - Engineer;

Jobson Mary Ellen - Photographer

Born 1827 Northumberland, England, son of Christopher & Mary Jane JOBSON; arrived on the Emma Goodwin -1868 a Miller at Newstead Christopher had an unfortunate accident and lost his leg after it got caught in the wheel of his horse drawn vehicle, after which he managed on a wooden leg- Christopher Jobson was one of those who urged for the establishment of the a Mechanics Institute in Newstead. He ran the Devonshire Store in Newstead which was licensed; shifted to Clunes where he employed himself as a wine and spirit merchant for some time. After his death in Melbourne he was buried in the Newstead Cemetery where the metal plaque on his headstone has always been famed for its Latin inscription, he died 19 November 1897 Albert Park, Melbourne.

From the Billion Graves web site.