Kitchen, Kitchen & Kitchen

Narryna Heritage Museum, Hobart Three kitchens added to 432 Pages, so rather to decided which one to share, I’m linking to them all and you can pick on or two or even all three! Commandant’s House/Carnavon Hotel, Port Arthur Deloraine Folk Museum, with bonus cake mixer

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Bushranger Poem

The seven men apprehended by Mr. Humphrey at Ray’s were tried last Saturday, for Mr. Haywood’s robbery. They were all found Guilty, and sentenced to Death,–which awful doom, we understand, will be carried into effect early in the next week.–We have a full report of this interesting trial, which we are obliged to defer. In…

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Little building, Cnr Wellington & Brisbane St

Cnr Wellington & Brisbane St. Photo source. This seems to have been the “Union School Room” from 1865. if it had other uses and when it was built, it is hard to find. It’s complicated because the Independent Chapel in Hobart is in Brisbane St, so any search for associated words bring up many, many,…

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The future is coming, um, came

1834 Glasgow-Paisley Steam Carriage, Source. Taking a break because I have to share this. ENGLISH EXTRACTS STEAM CARRIAGE. In the Report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons on Steam-carriages, it is observed, that the time is not very distant when a complete alteration will take place in the means of inland conveyance….

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A Visit to the Star Theatre

Then: With to-day’s announcement of the opening next Tuesday of the Star Theatre, Invermay, comes the fulfilment of an ambition on the part of the directors of Star Theatres Pty. Ltd. to extend their chain of theatres to the suburbs of Launceston, with such a model theatre as has been enjoyed by local citizens who…

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The Coming of the Car

The demand upon horse traction, which diminished somewhat after the introduction of the safety bicycle receives another check by the importation of automobiles. The first one to come to Tasmania was landed at Hobart on December 24 from the s.s. Papanui to the order of Dr. F. J. Walden, of Sorell being imported by his…

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Prism 17

So, Sunday we went down to Hobart for Prism 17: celebrating the diverse talents of autism, and I took some photos so I should share them. The site was Rosny Farm, next door to Eastland, and there two parts, speakers in the big barn (see below) and an art display in the Schoolhouse Gallery. The…

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