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Axemen's Carnival This gelatin silver photograph from the Argus Newspaper Collection of Photographs shows the winner of the tree felling championship, Sapper Harry Malkin of Victoria in action. Australia (looks about 1940's-50's)

Axemen's Carnival This gelatin silver photograph from the Argus Newspaper Collection of Photographs shows the winner of the tree felling championship, Sapper Harry Malkin of Victoria in action.

Members of the Wardens’ Women’s Auxiliary making for the scene of an incident, 1943

Anon Members of the Wardens’ Women’s Auxiliary making for the scene of an incident c. 1943 © Argus Newspaper Collection of Photographs, State Library of Victoria

Cobb and Co bring the Christmas Mail to Cloncurry.A♥W

Christmas mail is delivered to Cloncurry, Qld, Australia,by a Cobb & Co coach, 1908 v

Driveway service at a petrol station- Golden Fleece Service Station, Bulleen, Victoria 1969

Driveway service at a petrol station- Golden Fleece Service Station, Bulleen, Victoria 1969 Wish we still had this service, so much better for mums with littlies!

Slab hut and miners, Walhalla, Victoria, 1905-1920 Museum Victoria, Australia

Miners slab hut, Walhalla, Victoria, Photo shared by the Museum Victoria, Australia.

Feeding the Chooks, 'Willis Vale' Homestead, Greensborough, Victoria durng the Depression

Digital Photograph - Feeding the Chooks, 'Willis Vale' Homestead, Greensborough, Victoria, circa

Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant (9 December 1864 – 27 February 1902) was an Anglo-Australian drover, horseman, poet, soldier and convicted war criminal whose skill with horses earned him the nickname "The Breaker". During service in the Second Boer War, Morant participated in the summary execution of several Boer prisoners and the killing of a German missionary, Daniel Heese, who had been a witness to the shootings. This led to his court-martial and execution for murder on 27 February 1902.

Military history of Australia during the Second Boer War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An Australian soldier of the ANMEF and his mother marching to the wharf in Sydney, Aug 8,1914, prior to departing for Rabaul. - H11567 | Australian War Memorial

An Australian soldier of the ANMEF and his mother marching to the wharf in Sydney, Aug prior to departing for Rabaul.