Many Growers used their own label for their own packing cases so that potential customers could recognize suppliers who provided good quality fruit. This label was placed on all packing cases containing fruit supplied to the markets from Fred Lancaster's "Busy Bee Orchard"
Newport power station and Williamstown vehicle ferry 1960s. The ferry, near the mouth of the Yarra River is the way vehicles crossed the Yarra River before the Westgate Bridge was built
Turquoise (Hydrous copper and aluminium phosphate). From a vein 2 mm thick. Field of view 5 cm. Collected in 1967. Mine appears to be inaccurately located on Bonzle plan. It is near Grants Lookout.
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