Photo: Waverley Library
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These people moved between Bondi and Botany, don’t ask me why, they weren’t looking for work as fishermen. And I know a relative/descendant his mother was European, bog Irish as he says and his father outcast Indian. They later moved onto live at places like Clontarf, which were wild scrub areas. Fascinating photograph. Could well have been Indian mix… Makes sense, they were fringedweller and took in others.
Posted by: jan and jack | December 24, 2012, 10:37 AM |
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Has anyone succeeded in BBQ'ing a green prawn and actually be able to remove the shell (with the same ease as with boiled)?
I've considered this to be one of life's great mysteries.
pls write abt the challenges that he faced when coming to australia on that ship
This is such poor planing, I get soo much joy when I drive past and look at that building. My Great Grandfather was even born there.
They have other building onsite that are such eyesores, redevelop...
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