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... could be undertaken, the leader of the consortium, Sir Thomas Bent, died and the property was put on the market in 1910.It was bought by Ben and Agnes Nathan, who owned the Maples chain of furniture stores in Melbourne. The Nathans lived there until Ben's death in 1935.
The property then passed to their eldest daughter, Louisa, along with a legacy of million. Louisa (married name, Mrs Timothy Jones) was a leading figure in the Melbourne social set in ...
... I fell hard for this city time and time again. Melbourne, I love you. I'll be back one day. Why did I spend so much time in Sydeny when you were just a few hours south? I had to say goodbye to Shayna after an amazing time together. We turned out to be excellent travel buddies and we just had a really wonderful trip all together. We made so many lasting ...
... State Library. After absorbing some of the history on display we claimed our prize, a leather trip journal. Very fitting for this trip. There didn't seem to be much progress on our tyres for our return journey south and on enquiry the tyres planned were not the tyres we had been hoping to get, so fortunately Glen C's wife Wendy's car was commissioned for a dash to Southbank BMW to snaffle the tyres we wanted. Poor Wendy. Comes all the way into the city for a nice ...
... way I could pass a donut to Paul without someone having a bite on the way past them! Paul's puppy dog eyes begging for a donut to be sent across the seats was quite amusing! By the time we got to Sunbury, we managed to be sitting together with ************e left on the train, but by then there was no way I was opening the box so close to home. We did sit in the van and devour 2 with a cup of coffee before we set off looking for a place to stay tonight. Sunbury has no campsites - at ...
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We were informed by the Australian government division that assess our visa application, that we were 5 points short on our visa. Although Edd has been in the construction industry for 7.5 years, they do not count any experience pre qualification; they have also instituted a new policy this year that states the first year post qualification doesn't count either, thus reducing his 7.5 years (paid) experience to a mere 2.5. We need 3 years to get the ...
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