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Cadbury Advertising Display

Advertisement for Cadbury's Milk Tray chocolates and Vogue chocolates, priced at 1 shilling and sixpence for a quarter pound box. Advert shows various reasons for buying both chocolate boxes.

Cricket team

Cricket team: W Cooper, HG Kelly, C Freido, J Williams, Eddie Frappell, Basil Wells, H Colbourne, TE Cooper, L Davis, Willis ? Poor quality photograph.

Cricket team

Cricket team (date unknown.) Players included: Basil Easther, Terry Cashion, M Wells, M Limbrick, D Ransley, Frank O'Shea, D Coleman, Alan Ransley, Stan Ransley, Jim Gayton.

Cadbury's Dance Committee

Newspaper article. Members of Cadbury's dance committee, 1940. Left to right. Front row: Misses P Bouchier, E Page, J Robertson, S White, B Kingston. Middle row: Messrs H Marino, J Butler, BA Wells, M Diprose (secretary) H White, MG Wells. Ba...

Visitors

Several women outside wooden building, one wearing a hat and gloves. Possible golf game being played in distance.

Champion daffodil

Newspaper cutting of article and photograph of Mr W Jackson who took four of the five major awards in the Cadbury’s Floricultural Society’s Spring show at Claremont.

Just for the Record

Cover photograph from Joe Brown's autobiographical account of racing and broadcasting (radio and television) 1947-1981, in Melbourne. Published by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1984. Includes photographs, racing statistics and appe...

Cartoon

Cartoon drawing of man standing in dock. Caption underneath reads: Guilty, but under the influence of Dick Barton, m’lud.

Women on a break

Women seated on grass, Left to right. Back row: Gladys Watson, Lil Barwick, Bealtie Smith. Middle row: Joyce Barwick, others unknown. Front row: unknown

Night Out

Five men all holding glasses of beer, one holding trophy. Back of photograph annotated: Lindisfarne Final night, October 1954. Photograph by Tassie Photos, 102 Elizabeth Street, Hobart.

Brother saved Brother

Article from the Mercury newspaper describing how Alan White (seven years of age) saved his younger brother from drowning in the Derwent River at Claremont, June 1933.

Brother saved Brother

Continuation of article from the Mercury newspaper describing how Alan White (seven years of age) saved his younger brother from drowning in the Derwent River at Claremont, June 1933.

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