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Join master of mystery Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone) as he invites you into the transfixing world of fantasy, horror and science fiction of the Night Gallery. In its third and final season, Serling once again presents stories that still leave an undeniable chill, filled with restless spirits, murderous spouses and unidentified terrorFeaturing a sensational roster of entertainment legends including Vincent Price, Mickey Rooney, Sally Field, Sandra Dee, Bill Bixby, and Leonard Nimoy, you'll want to be there   Night Gallery - Season 3 2 DVD | JB Hi-Fi
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Men in the midst of planting trees, with Parliament House in the background.Submit your modern Canberra images via the Mildenhall website.The arrival of National Library books at Parliament House on a truck. The people include Harold L. 1 January, 1927, the Duke and Duchess of York (the Queen Mother) arriving at Parliament House.William James Mildenhall with his Armstrong Siddeley motor car, registration number 27, during the’ Royal Visit’ in May 1927.Parliament House and East Block from Russell Hill. Canberra was established largely in sheep paddocks in 1913.  1 January, 1926. Men in the midst of planting trees, with Parliament House in the background. December, 1926. The arrival of National Library books at Parliament House on a truck. The people include Harold L. White and K. Binns.1 January, 1927, the Duke and Duchess of York (the Queen Mother) arriving at Parliament House. William James Mildenhall with his Armstrong Siddeley motor car, registration number 27, during the’ Royal Visit’ in May 1927.1 January, 1927. Parliament House and East Block from Russell Hill. Canberra was established largely in sheep paddocks in 1913.Royal Visit May 1927 – Mounted police riding past naval and army formations outside Parliament House during rehearsal.January 1921–December 1935. Braddon area from the Civic Centre building.1 January, 1927. King Billy, the last native Tasmanian Aboriginal, on the steps of Parliament House.1 January, 1927. Duke of York opening the front door of Parliament House, Prime Minister Rt Hon Stanley Bruce on the left, Governor-General on right. Policeman at East Block (now the National Archives of Australia) wearing a helmet, October 1927.January 1921–December 1935. Landing of Captain W.N. Lancaster and Mrs Keith Miller aircraft January 1921–December 1935. A motor ambulance driver poses next to the van, based in East Lake behind Kingston Power House. The driver wears uniform of early bus drivers.January 1921–December 1935. Rt Honourable W M Hughes – also known as Billy Hughes – Australia’s 7th prime minister from 1915-23. To the left of him is the Hon Percy G Stewart, minister for works and railways.1 January 1923. Turning of first sod for construction of Parliament House by the minister for works and railways, Percy Stewart, with a Keystone steam shovel driven by Joe Lea.Parliament House rear stairway under construction, 1926.Gallery: History of Canberra - Australian Geographic
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Felix Benoist was a French painter and lithographer. Light foxing soiling and foxing in margins.  Home/ Views/ Europe/ Gallery of the Candelabra, Vatican artist: Philippe Benoist (1813-1881) after Felix Benoist (1818-1896). Figures by Bayot. method: Tinted lithograph date: C1870 size: 250mm by 360mm (image) 345mm by 500mm (sheet) SKU: VW8504 250mm by 360mm (image) 345mm by 500mm (sheet)VW8504Philippe Benoist (1813-1881) after Felix Benoist (1818-1896). Figures by Bayot.C1870Gallery of the Candelabra, VaticanGallery of the Candelabra, VaticanGallery of the Candelabra, VaticanTinted lithographOriginal antique topographical print
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In the early 1900s a natural rock pool was present in the rock platform below the Dee Why Head section where people used to camp. In the 1930s, under the Unemployment Relief Scheme, the North Curl Curl rock pool was built by extending the natural pool at a cost of 400 pounds. In 1947 the pool was severely damaged in a storm and it was not reconstructed until 1957.Bronte baths are located at the southern end of Bronte beach. The baths are also known as the Bond Ocean Pool after swimming teacher, Major Bond. The pool is very photogenic and has been the subject of many photographers and artists.   In the early 1900s a natural rock pool was present in the rock platform below the Dee Why Head section where people used to camp. In the 1930s, under the Unemployment Relief Scheme, the North Curl Curl rock pool was built by extending the natural pool at a cost of 400 pounds. In 1947 the pool was severely damaged in a storm and it was not reconstructed until 1957.Bronte baths are located at the southern end of Bronte beach. The baths are also known as the Bond Ocean Pool after swimming teacher, Major Bond. The pool is very photogenic and has been the subject of many photographers and artists. It has featured on postcards since the early 1900s. “This is probably my favourite rock pool to photograph in the Northern beaches,” says photographer Ignacio Palacios. “It is beautiful from either the land, the sea or the sky. I have been to this pool at sunrise and sunset more than at any other rock pool in Sydney.”Bondi Icebergs members earn their place by swimming three out of every four Sundays during winter for five years. In winter the ocean water is already teeth-chattering cold but on the opening day of winter it is tradition to throw ice into the pool to further test the endurance and hardiness of the swimmers. Women have only been allowed to join icebergs since 1994 and thereThe Ivo Rowe pool in Coogee is a tiny pool accessed by steep steps from the coastal walkway. In the 1940s this rock pool was popular with local children and in 1965 the site’s main natural pool was enlarged. From 1965 to the early 1980s local residents kept the pool clean and the seaweed they took out made this spot well known by local fishermen for catching blackfishGallery: Rock pools of Sydney - Australian GeographicPhoto Credit: Ignacio Palacioswww.iptravelphotography.com.au
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Ranging widely across many disciplines, this collection of essays demonstrates a distaste for intellectuals who run with the intellectual mob , and a deep respect for those who HomePortraits: A Gallery of Intellectuals  Portraits: A Gallery of Intellectuals by Edward Shils at Abbey's Bookshop | 9780226753379 | Paperback9780226753379262 pages$105.95$95.35Portraits: A Gallery of IntellectualsUniversity of Chicago PressLiterary essays: general; Edward ShilsJoseph EpsteinJoseph EpsteinEdited by
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Australia's 1700 orchids are the jewels of our flowering plants.WITH MORE THAN 100 genera of orchids in Australia – the majority of which are ground-living and found nowhere else – it is impossible to cover the diversity without the weiWe have more than 1700 of the 25–30,000 species in the Orchidaceae family known globally, yet, regrettably, 25 per cent of orchid extinctions occur here. In part our species are vulnerable because they require symbiotic relationships with specific types of ‘mycorrhizal’ fungi to grow and germinate, and many are pollinated by  July 18, 2017Australia's 1700 orchids are the jewels of our flowering plants.WITH MORE THAN 100 genera of orchids in Australia – the majority of which are ground-living and found nowhere else – it is impossible to cover the diversity without the weight of a large book.We have more than 1700 of the 25–30,000 species in the Orchidaceae family known globally, yet, regrettably, 25 per cent of orchid extinctions occur here. In part our species are vulnerable because they require symbiotic relationships with specific types of ‘mycorrhizal’ fungi to grow and germinate, and many are pollinated by a unique species of pollinator.Orford leek orchid (Prasophyllum Viretrum): This endangered species is known only from a few small populations near Orford, Victoria, and on heavier alluvial clays on the Victorian plain. This species was only described in 2006. It's thought to require Ceratobasidium fungi for germination, but its degree of dependence on the fungi throughout its life cycle isn't known. ThisMetallic sun orchid (Thelymitra epipactoides): One of our most majestic orchids, this species was once widespread in southern Australia. It is known from about 1000 plants in Victoria and SA. Conservation efforts in Victoria have led to the reintroduction of up to 3000 plants within its former range. This plant mimics nectar-producing plants to attract bee pollinators. ReseSand-hill spider orchid (Caladenia arenaria): First described in 1882 from sand-hill habitats among native pines in NSW, this species is endangered, with only a few thousand plants remaining in the wild in NSW and Victoria. It deceives a thynnine wasp into pollinating it. Its seed only germinates symbiotically in the presence of a fungal partner, Sebacina vermifera. (Image GALLERY: The orchids of Australia - Australian GeographicGALLERY: The orchids of AustraliaBY Dr Noushka Reiter
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