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That these continue to be issues of contention saddens me, and it’spartly our fault as critics and journalists for not doing a better jobof explaining what the stakes are.That’s why I am so grateful to havebeen part of Pop Watch in 2007, to have a forum to raise such issues andstart a conversation.I have a very old photocopy of a book published in Canberra by the Federal Capital Press in 1938 (would love to get a copy of the original) which commemorated to centenary of "Old Tom Brown" of Wesley Vale Dalton.Surnames I am researching include CLEWETT, DIEHM, (DEHN/DEAN) BROWN, NEWLING, JEFFERY, HARRY, LATTY, POWELL, BLACKSHAW, REBERGER and PENDERGAST.I am searching for any info available on a Richard Hassett (Blennerhassett) a Constable & Publican at Yass NSW.His daughter Margaret's birth certificate says her Mother's maiden name was Jane Arundell.
I am particularly looking for any info about the parents and other relatives of Harriet Elizabeth Dunlay (Douglas) - died 1911 aged 53 years and buried at Yass.
Looking back on my own writing this year, I found myself writing far too many obituaries — we lost too many talented people in 2007, and it’s tough to sum up the life’s work of an artist you admire in two or three paragraphs punched out on deadline — but I also found they led to some of my most passionate, and most warmly received items.
(Credit here properly belongs to those who inspired me.) I also got worked up writing about such issues as free expression, the hijacking of pop culture for partisan political purposes, and the war on film critics, all of which are, of course, linked.
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