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Judge Therry

The Bushrangers - Part 14 - How Judge Therry was Stuck Up

Judge Therry in his "Reminiscences" gives an interesting chapter on Bushranging in the early days.

Father Therry - The Bushrangers - Part Eleven - The Insurrection at Bathurst

The Bushrangers - Part 11 - The Insurrection at Bathurst

The climax of convict bushranging in the Bathurst district was reached in 1830 by an outbreak which created a great sensation throughout the whole colony. It was in reality a convict insurrection, and deserves a chapter to itself.

W. H. Suttor - The Bushrangers - Part Eleven - The Insurrection at Bathurst

The Bushrangers - Part 11 - The Insurrection at Bathurst

The climax of convict bushranging in the Bathurst district was reached in 1830 by an outbreak which created a great sensation throughout the whole colony. It was in reality a convict insurrection, and deserves a chapter to itself.

The Victorian Bushmen's Corps - Non-Commissioned Officers 1900

The Victorian Bushmen's Corps - Non-Commissioned Officers 1900

Old black & white photo of the Non-Commissioned Officers of the Victorian Bushmen Corps taken in 1900.

Officers of the Victorian Bushmen Corps 1900

Officers of the Victorian Bushmen Corps 1900

Two old black & white photos of the Officers of the Victorian Bushmen Corps taken in 1900.

Officers of the Victorian Bushmen Corps 1900

Officers of the Victorian Bushmen Corps 1900

Two old black & white photos of the Officers of the Victorian Bushmen Corps taken in 1900.

John Macarthur (1767-1834)

The First Sydney Duel - Colonel Paterson and Captain Macarthur - A Scrap of Early Colonial History

The story of the first Sydney Duel in 1801, the history of circumstances which led up to the meeting and the aftermath.

Funeral of the late Henry Lawson (Australia's Poet) 1922

Henry Lawson 17 June 1867 – 2 September 1922

An account of Henry Lawson's life written on the day of his death (2 September 1922), by Arthur H. Adams, and published in The Sun (Sydney) on the same day. Pictures: Portrait of Henry Lawson; Set of 8 portrait photographs of Henry Lawson; The Funeral of Henry Lawson 1922 Sydney

Portrait photographs of Henry Lawson (circa 1915-1922)

Henry Lawson 17 June 1867 – 2 September 1922

An account of Henry Lawson's life written on the day of his death (2 September 1922), by Arthur H. Adams, and published in The Sun (Sydney) on the same day. Pictures: Portrait of Henry Lawson; Set of 8 portrait photographs of Henry Lawson; The Funeral of Henry Lawson 1922 Sydney

Henry Lawson  7 June 1867 – 2 September 1922

Henry Lawson 17 June 1867 – 2 September 1922

An account of Henry Lawson's life written on the day of his death (2 September 1922), by Arthur H. Adams, and published in The Sun (Sydney) on the same day. Pictures: Portrait of Henry Lawson; Set of 8 portrait photographs of Henry Lawson; The Funeral of Henry Lawson 1922 Sydney

William Ewart Hart, First Australian Aviator, Born Parramatta, NSW, April 20, 1885

William Ewart Hart - One of Australia's First Aviators

William Ewart Hart, was one of Australia's first aviators. Born in Parramatta, NSW, April 20, 1885, William was a dentist who lived in Penrith NSW. On 3 November 1911 he made the first successful flight from Penrith to Parramatta, an estimated 19 miles.

Some of the Nurses of the Claremont Hospital for the Insane, Western Australia, 1912

Claremont Hospital for the Insane Western Australia 1912

Originally built in 1903, Claremont Hospital for the Insane replaced the overcrowded and dilapidated Fremantle Lunactic Asylum, which closed in 1909, and for decades it was Western Australia's principal long-stay psychiatric hospital. Account of the hospital in 1912.

Some of the Male Attendants of the Claremont Hospital for the Insane, Western Australia, in 1912

Claremont Hospital for the Insane Western Australia 1912

Originally built in 1903, Claremont Hospital for the Insane replaced the overcrowded and dilapidated Fremantle Lunactic Asylum, which closed in 1909, and for decades it was Western Australia's principal long-stay psychiatric hospital. Account of the hospital in 1912.

Administrative Staff of Claremont Hospital for the Insane, Western Australia, 1912

Administrative Staff of Claremont Hospital for the Insane, Western Australia, 1912

Black & white photo of the Administrative Staff of Claremont Hospital for the Insane, Western Australia, 1912

Rev. Stacy Waddy, M.A. - Head Master The Kings School 1910s

The Oldest Grammar School in Australia - The King's School - History from 1832 to 1911

The history from 1832 to 1911 of The King's School, the oldest grammar school in Australia.

Rev. Frederick Armitage, M.A. - Head Master The Kings School c1850s

The Oldest Grammar School in Australia - The King's School - History from 1832 to 1911

The history from 1832 to 1911 of The King's School, the oldest grammar school in Australia.