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Melbourne branch meetings

The next meeting of the Victorian branch of the “Captain Cook Society” will be held on Thursday 26th March, from 11am to 2pm.
It will be held at “Alvie Hall”, on the corner of Alvie Road and High Street Road, Mt. Waverley. Entry to the car park is from Alvie Road. ( Melway Map 61, Ref D11 ).
Our guest speaker will be Richard Pearse (1104), “The Endeavour in the East Indies – Cook Sites in Batavia”.
Please bring any item/s of interest, eg Stamps, Books, and Maps etc, especially, any early items/memorabilia which you would like to display on the day, also any items from your collection you may wish to sell.
Members are most welcome to bring their partners or a friend.
As our light luncheon will be catered for on the day, please confirm your attendance no later than Friday 20th March.
Contact Ted Tierney by (tedfish@iprimus.com.au)   or   by mobile phone (0418319518)

 

Sydney branch meetings


Our February meeting at the State Library featured a most interesting talk by EMERITUS curator of the State Library of NSW, Paul Brunton.
At the Thursday, 27 August meeting, member Barry Kinnaird, will display some of his prints, books and articles of interest on Cook and others, plus another new members' story of his Cook interests.
The August meeting shall be 1-3pm. due to a previous booking!

Please let Patrick know  that you will be attending.
His number is 9487 3221 or email patrickdodd@bigpond.com – this will facilitate us all meeting in the foyer and gaining access to the room within the security area altogether.

Patrick Dodd &Mal Nicolson
NSW Co-ordinators.
Mal Patrick

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