RSL Monthly Market at Russell Island

Today was the second market run by the Russell island RSL and we were all back parked in the same positions as last month…a happy team spirit between all the stalls and sellers. I share my stall with Mary, and Margaret is next to us with her own stall. There are a variety of differentContinue reading “RSL Monthly Market at Russell Island”

St Stephens Cathedral Brisbane

The Cathedral of St Stephen is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane and seat of its archbishop, the Most Reverend Mark Coleridge. Wikipedia Address: 249 Elizabeth St, Brisbane QLD 4000 http://www.cathedralofststephen.org.au/chapel.htm Work began on this little stone church in 1848, using a design of Gothic revival architect, AWN Pugin. Fr JamesContinue reading “St Stephens Cathedral Brisbane”

Fieri Consort at the Brisbane Contemporary Music Festival at St Johns Anglican Cathedral

http://www.stjohnscathedral.com.au/calendar/103/643-Brisbane-Contemporary-Church-Music-Festival.html The Fieri Consort was founded in 2012 and is made up of vibrant and skilled young ensemble singers based in London.  The singers met studying on The Sixteen’s prestigious young artists programme, Genesis Sixteen and, in order to continue singing together and exploring similar musical interests, The Fieri Consort was established.  Members of theContinue reading “Fieri Consort at the Brisbane Contemporary Music Festival at St Johns Anglican Cathedral”

Stained Glass Windows of St Johns Cathedral Brisbane

    http://www.stjohnscathedral.com.au/   The windows, St John’s Cathedral : a complete guide to the stained glass windows of the Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Brisbane Jacqueline Scott ; Christopher Alderson author. Brisbane, Qld. : St John’s Cathedral :2013 Available:  In storage. Request then collect from level 4 (RBHMON SCO )

Commissariat, Museum and Historical Society….Convict Built 1829, Brisbane

http://www.queenslandhistory.org/commissariat-store Moreton Bay Penal Settlement was established in 1824 for secondary punishment for New South Wales convicts. Brisbane Town began on the north bank of the Brisbane River in 1825 where William and George Streets were later opened. Four buildings were used for handling stores – food, clothing and other goods – for use byContinue reading “Commissariat, Museum and Historical Society….Convict Built 1829, Brisbane”

Treasury Building…Brisbane

Now accommodation for the Casino… Planning for the first stage of the Treasury Building, which fronted William Street and the Brisbane River and was completed by the middle of 1885, and the site prepared. Tenders were called in April 1886, and Sydney builders Phippard Bros & Co. were successful with a price of £94,697/10/- andContinue reading “Treasury Building…Brisbane”

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