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Lennie Lower: He Made A Nation Laugh by. Bill Hornadge.
Ill health eventually forced Barnes to retire to Queensland in the mid-1980s, from where he has since published several books of local history and poetry. The issues that led to the Rainbow Creek secession remain unresolved.
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Bill Hornadge has written: 'If it moves, shoot it' - subject(s): Kangaroo hunting, Kangaroos. Dubbo' - subject(s): History. Stamps' - subject(s): Stamp collecting. The Boy Who Talked with Bunyips'. The Pitcairn Islands stamp catalogue' - subject(s): Catalogs, Postage stamps, Postmarks. How to publish your own book' - subject(s): Publishers and publishing, Self-publishing. The ugly Australian' - subject(s): English Quotations, Quotations, maxims.
Old Dubbo Gaol - Bill Hornadge - 1989. Richmond gaol 1825 - pridmore - colour illustrations. Oscar Wilde & Reading Gaol (UK IMPORT) BOOK NEW.
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Turned up once at Hanwell’s own barracks, with a new name – ‘Bill’ – and the affectations of an Irishman. It was eerie to witness. Words held no security with Hanwell Snr, served as no anchor, bore no relation to the things of the world. This, to a stranger, would appear to fit well with the copper-wire hair and the close eyes. Hanwell wished himself more of a stranger. As it stood, he could only wince inwardly at this second, false personality, while making a good show of laughing along as Bill made a friend of all the young soldiers whom Hanwell himself had not yet managed to befriend. Good sort, your old man! Lively, good for a laugh!’
I never understood why an orange-headed person was called a redhead and was given the name blue
I never understood why an orange-headed person was called a redhead and was given the name blue. In fact, CH Baker in I Was Listening said that in the USA a red-headed man was called Red and in England he was called Carrots or Ginger.