Australian Harry "Breaker" Morant was executed during the Boer War on 27 February 1902.

HARRY HARBORD MORANT: Writing his popular bush ballads and having them published from 1891 in the Sydney Newspaper "The Bulletin" he became friendly with fellow Australian poets Henry Lawson, Banjo Paterson and William Ogilvie.

Camelot (Horbury Hunt Mansion of Mrs White,owner of the racehorse Carbine),Camden, in south western Sydney in c1905. The house has been used in the tv drama "A Place to Call Home". Photo from Dictionary of Sydney

Camelot (Horbury Hunt Mansion of Mrs White, owner of the racehorse Carbine),Camden, in south western Sydney in The house has been used in the tv drama "A Place to Call Home". Photo from Dictionary of Sydney

Cabbies, Bridge Street, Sydney 1904 > 2016. [Art Gallery of NSW > Marwin Elkoj. By Marwin Elkoj]

Cabbies, Bridge Street, Sydney 1904 > [Art Gallery of NSW > Marwin Elkoj. By Marwin Elkoj]

Three Australians stand over the grave of their comrade Trooper Nathaniel Horsfall of the 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen who was mortally wounded during the Boer War near Lindley on ...

The human cost of war. Three Australians stand over the grave of their comrade Trooper Nathaniel Horsfall of the South Australian Imperial Bushmen who was mortally wounded during the Boer War near Lindley on .

[A cable tram negotiating floodwaters in Chapel Street, South Yarra, 1907.]

A cable tram negotiating flood waters by the OK Jam Factory in South Yarra, Photograph courtesy Museum Victoria.

Wyembar in Cambell Street, Toowoomba, ca. 1905 - Jack Rosser, his wife Margaret (nee Ross Mackenzie) with nephews Jack and Jim Folks, seated on the verandah of Wyembar. This residence is situated at 80 Campbell Street, Toowoomba and was built in 1896.

Wyembar in Campbell St, Toowoomba. Jack Rosser, his wife Margaret (nee Ross Mackenzie) with nephews Jack and Jim Folks, seated on the verandah of Wyembar. This residence was situated at 80 Campbell Street, Toowoomba

The original Captain Cook Hotel, in Sydney in 1910. Designed by Sydney-born architect John Burcham Clamp. It was destroyed by fire in 1913, the new pub was built a year later in 1914. •City of Sydney Archives•

The original Captain Cook Hotel, in Sydney in 1910. Designed by Sydney-born architect John Burcham Clamp. It was destroyed by fire in 1913, the new pub was built a year later in 1914. •City of Sydney Archives•

VictorianCollections-medium. (1905) - BRAYBROOK JUNCTION STATION. Renamed Sunshine Station in 1907

VictorianCollections-medium. (1905) - BRAYBROOK JUNCTION STATION. Renamed Sunshine Station in 1907

The London Tavern at 256-260 Elizabeth St, Sydney in 1909 at the corner of Albion St. Lily Webb was the licensee. •City of Sydney Archives•

The London Tavern at 256-260 Elizabeth St, Sydney in 1909 at the corner of Albion St. Lily Webb was the licensee. •City of Sydney Archives•

Crowds returning from the US Fleet arrival, Rose Bay, in Eastern Sydney in 1908. Photo shared from Dictionary of Sydney. v@e.

Crowds returning from the US Fleet arrival, Rose Bay 1908

Old Goulburn Fire Station by William_James1958, via Flickr E C Manfred

Old Goulburn Fire Station by William_James1958, via Flickr E C Manfred

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