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2016-09-26 00:53 thankyou Article: A Letter from the Front. FROM A DENILIQUIN SOLDIER. (Article), The Independent (Deniliquin, NSW : 1901 - 1946), Friday 15 November 1901 [Issue No.186] page 4
The Independent (Deniliquin, NSW) Friday, 15 November, 1901, printed on Page 4, article printed titled "A Letter from the Front." The person who wrote the letter is soldier Charles Loy who came from the NSW town of Deniliquin.
2016-09-25 23:35 LibbyTarian Article: Family Notices (Family Notices), West Coast Sentinel (Streaky Bay, SA : 1912 - 1954), Friday 2 April 1943 [Issue No.1635] page 4
Engagement Clarice and Guy 2 Apr 1943. Married on 17 Apr 1943.
2016-09-25 23:28 LibbyTarian Article: STREAKY BAY PERSONAL (Article), West Coast Sentinel (Streaky Bay, SA : 1912 - 1954), Friday 16 April 1943 [Issue No.1637] page 1
Mr. G. Evans, accompanied by his fiancee, Miss Clarice Cotton, left Streaky Bay for Adelaide on Monday morning.
2016-09-25 23:07 rod.mcinnes Article: SOME "CELTIC" MEMORIES OF OLD ARGYLE. To the Editor. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Saturday 9 July 1904 page 5
Charles McAlister's comments on an article by Mr. Gilmore (actually Dame Mary Gilmore) from "The Worker". She refers to a "Brigor" McInnes, who may be the Gregor McInnes that Charles refers too later.
2016-09-25 23:06 q.m. Article: SLIMY CANALS WHERE CHARLTON SWAM HAY'S ALLEGATIONS NIGHT TRAINING AT POOL (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Friday 23 November 1928 [Issue No.5630] page 13
Pic of Harry Hay - NLA Fairfax negative - http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/184210258
2016-09-25 23:05 q.m. Mr Harry Hay swimming trainer for former champion Mr Andrew Charlton, New South Wales, ca. 1932 (Version)
<a href='http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/223240963/24493160#'>http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/223240963/24493160#</a> - a photoshopped version of this pic of former Australian Olympic swimmer and then swimming coach Harry Hay, appeared in the Sun pictorial on 22nd November, 1928. The pic was evidently taken earlier that day when the Orford arrived in Sydney.<br/><br/><a href="http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/223244750/24493173">http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/223244750/24493173</a> - recycled in the next d...
2016-09-25 22:38 q.m. Article: Aerial Photography Illustrates -- Arrival of New Liner Orford (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Thursday 22 November 1928 [Issue No.5629] page 24
Pic of Commander Owens - NLA Fairfax negative - http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/189730685 Pic of Harry Hay - http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/184210258
2016-09-25 21:59 q.m. Captain Owens of the SS Orford, New South Wales, ca. 1934, 1 (Version)
<a href="http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/187782593">http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/187782593</a> - see comments re date, etc at this other pic which appears to have been taken on the same occasion.
2016-09-25 21:58 q.m. Captain Owens of the SS Orford, New South Wales, ca. 1934, 2 (Version)
<a href='http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/223240963/24493160#'>http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/223240963/24493160#</a> - a photoshopped version of this pic of Commander Owens appeared in the Sun on 22nd November, 1928. I gather the pic was taken earlier that day when the Orford arrived in Sydney.<br/><br/><a href="http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/187782592">http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/187782592</a> - same occasion.
2016-09-25 21:51 jaybee67 Article: Government Gazette Notices (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Wednesday 14 March 1832 [Issue No.2] page 9
Interesting account of Mitchell's exploration of an area close to Sydney, well before his better known longer journeys further south.
2016-09-25 21:49 Anonymous House, Barn and Tannery Site, Pages Road, St Marys (Version)
11 July, 1914 Nepean Times. Andrew Thompson wrote of John Page " ... he employed 50 men (at Salehurst Park Tannery)...first to establish a public library...He was an English gentleman and a great farmer...very just man to his employees, providing refreshments both morning and afternoon, every day... he was a large landowner owning from Putland St on the north, South Creek on the west and Mamre Rd on the east. I am of opinion John Page did a great deal for the welfare of the district..."
2016-09-25 21:43 Anonymous Anshau's Boot Factory, St Marys (Version)
Correct name of tannery was Salehurst Park Tannery. Refer to digitalised newspapers in Trove. Tue 10 April 1860 Empire (Sydney,NSW: 1850-1875) John Page writes "I have planted a tan yard, within the last three years, at a cost of more than 6000 pounds, besides 2000 pounds suitable for a tan yard. This place too, I selected, having half-a-mile clear land, in all directions, from any other residence.....
2016-09-25 21:21 DebbieK Article: Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 28 April 1917 [Issue No.22,074] page 13
99 years later - Still loved, treasured and remembered always.
2016-09-25 20:19 thankyou Article: SOLDIERS RETURNING. (Article), The Independent (Deniliquin, NSW : 1901 - 1946), Friday 23 May 1902 [Issue No.212] page 2
The Independent (Deniliquin, NSW) article printed on Friday, 23 May, 1902, Page 2 titled "SOLDIERS RETURNING." Article is regarding soldiers return from the war in South Africa: soldiers returning Mr Bouchier, William Halliday, Charlie Loy, Walter Armor.
2016-09-25 20:08 mulgamarg On Roads Most Travelled : Irish-Australian Historical Novel (Version)
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2016-09-25 20:07 mulgamarg On Roads Most Travelled : Irish-Australian Historical Novel (Version)
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2016-09-25 20:06 mulgamarg On Roads Most Travelled : Irish-Australian Historical Novel (Version)
The people of Ireland expected a good potato crop in 1845..but, when it came to digging up the potatoes, there was only a black gooey mess. So Began 'The Great Famine'.<br/>This, along with evictions and sentences of transportation for petty or fabricated crimes, caused millions of Irish to die or to voluntarily or involuntarily take a lengthy, dangerous sea journey to a life in Australia. Join the Slavien’s and Reillys as they face the challenges of life in early Nineteenth Century Ireland; and, perhaps just as challenging, life in the new col...
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2016-09-25 19:56 mulgamarg Crossing Borders : An Australian Outback Romance (Version)
Purchase from the author at <a href="http://www.outbackgoverness.com.au/">http://www.outbackgoverness.com.au/</a><br/>This family story is suitable for all ages, plenty of outback humour as well as an intriguing mystery, romance and a coming together of Afghani and Australian outback cultures. <br/>On a outback station in south west Queensland, Steven West, holding the hands of his<br/>two sons, contemplates the dry red dirt and mulga scrub. The wisps of high cloud in the morning sky hold no promise of rain. A tough born and bred bushman, Stev...
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2016-09-25 19:47 mulgamarg Crossing Borders : An Australian Outback Romance (Version)
When Rashida, an Afghani refugee, takes on a position as the governess to two high spirited small boys in the Australian Outback - intrigue, danger, laughter and love await!
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2016-09-25 19:46 mulgamarg Crossing Borders : An Australian Outback Romance (Version)
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