Who would have thought.... Unlike the America's Cup being challenged 36 times throughout its 165 year history, the 'Holroyd Cup'
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In 1885, Charles Rasp, a lonely boundary rider, pegged out a 40 acre prospectors claim in a little known area in Western
When you think of Sydney landmarks, the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House spring first to one's mind. But before those
Who would have thought.... Though founded in London's East End in 1865, it wasn't until 1880 that the Salvation Army made its
Who would have thought notorious Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, was hanged in Melbourne on the 11th November 1880. Though slightly earlier, that
Who would have thought that the first working automatic dishwasher was a wooden tub with a wire basket in it. It
Londres - Paris - Constantinople In 1883, travelling between Paris and Constantinople, the long and famous distance passenger train,
Women want to Vote Who would have thought that in 1880 when the Balmain Bowling Club was formed, woman did not have
There are not enough Indians in the world to defeat the Seventh Cavalry. In 1876, General George Custer and 200 of his
Who would have thought Weighing nearly 7 kilos, on the 6th June 1882, Henry Seeley registered his invention, the electric iron.