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by Michael R. Best

Author: Michael R. Best
Language: English
Publisher: Wakefield Press (December 31, 1986)
Pages: 258 pages
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Rating: 4.1
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Among the gold-fields of australia. It was a new trunk, bought in Melbourne,for the professor's trunk and clothing had been lost at the time of theshipwreck. Neither of us has a competence, and our prospects areprobably better here than at home. Remember, Harry, that if you return I shall be glad to continue yourengagement and will even increase yo. ur salary. His first care had been to get a complete outfit inMelbourne, and he was now as well provided as when he left New York. The two boys found the trip down the river a pleasant one. The trip byland would have been considerably shorter, but the professor preferredthe river.

In the latter part of the nineteenth century, discoveries of gold at a number of locations in Western Australia caused large influxes of prospectors from overseas and interstate, and classic gold rushes. Significant finds included: Halls Creek in 1885, found by Charles Hall and Jack Slattery. Triggered the "Kimberley gold rush". Near Southern Cross in 1887, found by the party of Harry Francis Anstey. The "Yilgarn gold rush".

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Canvas Art Title: Australia: Gold Rush 1895. Na General Store In The Town Of Coolgardie Western Australia 1895-1897 During The Gold Rush Of The 1890S. Canvas Dimensions: 2. 0 x 3. 0 inches plus an additional 2 inches of extra canvas on all 4 sides to allow for easy stretching and/or framing. Licensor: Granger Collection. To ensure we are able to help you as best we can, please include your reference number: UZ2R7AZOU6.

Eastern Goldfields Historical Society, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. The Australia Hotel has existed on Hannan Street since 1895. One was intact and the author presented the loco to Western Australian Division of the Australian Railway Historical Society

Eastern Goldfields Historical Society, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Check us out at: ww. algoorliehistory. When it came up for re-licensing in 1897, the owners were told to build a stone or brick building before a new licence would be issued. One was intact and the author presented the loco to Western Australian Division of the Australian Railway Historical Society. The second one has been found at Dick Smith’s property on the outskirts of Canberra.