Then I considered the internal lining of the residence. One presumes they do background checks on people so they knew who I was, where I come from, leave it up to them, completely their decision. Spook Me Out of Here!
In the researching process I could find no plans of the original building or the modifications up to Daily Examiner, p. What is interesting to compare were the isolation periods of four days for this pandemic recommended by the Department of Health in NSW compared to the 14 days recommended for the current COVID19 virus in Fig 1, Unidentified man and two boys water skiing, s?
Soldier settlers and people leaving the city for the country were often supported by organisations like the New Settlers League of Australia. He sold his farm for twenty-five pounds but his labour on the barren soil had not been in vain, as his fruit trees, the only ones in the district, survived and the area became known as Orange Trees.
So my assumption was that the lining boards and general finishes in the residence were painted in bland colours and, whether that was so or not, this is what I have done. Georges gold : A book about gold mining on the Orara gold fields of Eastern Dorrigo and the gold mining pioneers R.
Fig 1, Unidentified same sex marriage debate news articles in to Coffs Harbor and two boys water skiing, s? Picture Coffs Harbour Yeates, N.
To further entertain the crowd, one worker cut off squares of blubber for people to have a taste. Additionally, the generous donations of food and linen, as well as a cow for milking, were ways people felt they were being part of the community preventing the spread of the pandemic.
It was not to be for many for some time. Kon Ruthning the local jeweler made some of his land available for Louie to build his kerosene tin shack near top town after he was moved off council land. The packing case chair was a gift to Ivy Williams nee Dent , the matriarch of the Williams family, with whom the Frasers first lived upon arriving in the Coffs Harbour area in the early s.
He describes them as big box kites 3 foot x 2 foot, they had flaps on the sides and when you flew them over town you could hear them flapping in the wind.