THE SHOOTING OF DONALD BUNYAN

THE SHOOTING OF DONALD BUNYAN

On  the afternoon of August 18 1937, Mrs Dorothy Bunyan  of Lithgow attended a  funeral. It was a particularly  sad occasion; the child of Mr Brown,  of one of the  local  school teachers, had died. She hurried  home  because her nine year old son Donald was due home from primary school. 

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STRANGE STORIES FROM THE LITHGOW SMALL ARMS FACTORY

STRANGE STORIES FROM THE LITHGOW SMALL ARMS FACTORY

On February 4  1908,  Australian military officials approved a site at  the coal mining town of Lithgow in New South Wales  for a small arms factory.  The fact that coal could be delivered to the site very cheaply  was an important factor in the choice. With the

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THE DAY BRADMAN HIT A TON FOR BLACKHEATH V LITHGOW POTTERIES!

THE DAY BRADMAN HIT A TON FOR BLACKHEATH V LITHGOW POTTERIES!

Hello….Editor Des here. Well until the dreaded virus it was all sport, sport, sport in our household. I thought I would write a piece about a famous cricketer!  By the way, the local coach once told me that I had a great future as twelfth man for

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