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This independent evangelical congregation existed in the city of Adelaide from 1855 to 1922. As one of Adelaide’s self-styled Christian churches, its members rejected denominational labels and took ‘no name but Christian’.
Historical Organisation | By RC Petersen | early twentieth century, late nineteenth century, mid nineteenth century
Providing housing for ‘industrious and deserving’ workers since 1899
Originally a liberal religious faith without dogma or creeds, Unitarians now emphasise the importance of free inquiry, tolerance of religious differences and individual spiritual exploration.
Still brewing strong: Lion’s West End Brewery at Thebarton.
That's amazing Alison, I wonder what they used the bones for? I'll have to do some more research.
My father who is 83 now can remember as a school boy searching all over the farm paddocks for sheep...
Cam across this photo of the Perry Engineering name on a ball mill at Adelaide Brighton Cement -...