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How wonderful Cate! You are lucky to have a treasure like your grandfather's diary, a fantastic...
What amazing memories, thanks for sharing your father's reflections Cate.
My father remembers well contributing to the Schools Patriotic Fund when he was in primary school....
Her Majesty’s Theatre and the Central Market continue to attract people to Grote Street
Edward John Eyre (1815–1901) was English-born and educated for a military career but decided to travel to Australia instead. Arriving in Sydney in March 1833, Eyre soon displayed his flair for self-reliant leadership and adventure.
A notorious Port Adelaide intersection for much of the twentieth century, Black Diamond Corner was 'patrolled' by a series of 'silent cops' that were later replaced by the Port's first traffic lights
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