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Citizen or Bushranger?. Can you tell the difference between a decent early settler of Darebin and a notorious bushranger criminal?. Citizen or Bushranger? Top photograph – Northcote carpenter Charles Verso became a local councillor in 1883 and Northcote Mayor in 1887.

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citizen or bushranger

Citizen or Bushranger?

Can you tell the difference between a decent early settler of Darebin and a notorious bushranger criminal?

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Citizen or Bushranger?
  • Top photograph – Northcotecarpenter Charles Verso became a local councillor in 1883 and Northcote Mayor in 1887.
  • Bottom photograph – James Kenniff and his brother Patrick were the last Australian bushrangers. They stole horses and cattle in Queensland from 1895-1902.
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Citizen or Bushranger?
  • Top photograph –John Fuller aka Dan ‘Mad Dog’ Morgan was a notorious bushranger of NSW and Victoria in the 1860s.
  • Bottom photograph –Richard Tobin was the first Northcote Headmaster and a founder of the Northcote community.
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Citizen or Bushranger?
  • Top photograph –Meet ‘Bold Ben Hall’ the gentleman bushranger of NSW. Ben was not a violent man and refused to kill to escape the police.
  • Bottom photograph – This is Northcote citizen and committee member of the Northcote Library,George William Swift.
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Citizen or Bushranger?
  • Top photograph - Northcote brothers Carl Frederick and Carl August Schwaebsch gardeners from Prussia in Germany.
  • Bottom photograph –murderous brothers John and Thomas Clarke known in NSW’s as ‘The Bloodiest Bushrangers’ of the 1860s.
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Citizen or Bushranger?
  • Top photograph - This is Merri Creek citizen William Thomas, the Assistant Protector of Aborigines for the colony of Victoria from 1849.
  • Bottom photograph - This is Shire President of Preston from 1892-1893 Councillor Frank Arthur Harris.
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Citizen or Bushranger?
  • Top photograph – This is the Honorable Francis Beaver, local politician and owner of a large estate in Gladstone Avenue, Northcote.
  • Bottom photograph – this is the most famous Victorian bushranger of all…Ned Kelly who was tried and hanged for his crimes in Melbourne Gaol in 1880.
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