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Australian History Victoria

Advertisements Sister Victorian Terrace Houses. Flemington. Vic.These two magnificent late Victorian boom period terrace houses in the inner northern Melbourne suburb of Flemington are in fact sisters and mirror one another in layout.Built between the 1880s and the 1890s, these two grand residences both feature bay windows upstairs and down, stuccoed brick facades (with exposed […]

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NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA

Advertisements NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA history Cedar Scrub Settlement. THE JOYS OF PIONEERING. The Upper Pappinbarra Creek finds its head waters between the Upper Wilson River and the Forbes, and finally winds its way, through excellent grazing and dairying country, into the Hastings River below Beechwood. In this particular part of the creek, some 10 […]

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The Butcher of Brittany

Advertisements In the west of Brittany, when the mysterious glow of a torch seemed to dance on the moor at night, it was said that it was the phantom of the Ligueur, the brigand La Fontenelle who, during the Wars of Religion, ravaged the land, indiscriminately massacring thousands of innocents and leaving intolerable misery in […]

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Gurrmuls Favourite Australians Famous Sons ~

Advertisements “Gunna give five copies to my mother….” One of Gurrumul’s favourite bands was Dr Hook. He loved so many of their songs including one day when we picked him up he put a CD in the car and blasted the song called “Jungle To The Zoo”. He wasn’t really into photo shoots but I’ve […]