Volume 4 Issue 6
In this issue
We lived in a land largely empty of Europeans but “civilisation” was coming! The telegraph was expected to snake its way across the unknown interior. Ambitious Melbourne put in a bid to “own” the cable’s terminus by sending an elaborately equipped team, led by Burke and Wills, to cross the continent. Nobody expected death and tragedy would be the outcome.
News & Editorial
- Editorial – “How I Discovered I’m Not Clark Kent”
- Another ASP P-Stamp ‘Make Up’
- ASP Web Site Takes Shape
- WA: Two Big Events Set To Go! (Swan River & Madurah)
- Collectors Breathless Over Big Name Stamp Fair in WA!
- Geepers & Gee–Whiz! VPC Plans Big Gee-Up For Gee Geepex 2011 Congress
- Postcards of the Worst Deeds of Humans – Execution Horrors
- Spotting That Rare Cover That’s Just Such A Find – Decimal Postal – By Torsten Weller
- ACQUIRING THE ‘KILLER SAVVY’ ON BNG LAKATOIS – By Michael Parr
- Jerry Blair’s Postal Bid Sale 133 – It’s Advertising – But What A Read!
- Forgeries of Victoria’s Early Classics: Forged Half-Length Stamps – By Les Molnar
- They Were So Very Few… The Battle of Britain – Oz & NZ in WWII – By John Leah
- Worse Than Titanic – The WWII sinking of the Lancastria
- He Flew With ‘The Few’ – The gutsy Aussie Pilot Desmond Fopp AFC
- THE MELBA DEATH MYSTERY – DAME NELLIE MELBA Part 3 – By Andrew Sadauskas
- Panel Beaters Eye Dud Duco Flaws On NZ’s Thornycroft – By Christopher Moor
- Another Shocking Air Crash Horrifies New Zealand – By Brian Peace
- PHILATELIC HONEY – FROM THE (PITCAIRN) GOVERNOR’S WIFE – By Christopher Moor