THEY RETURNED, they remembered, they compared, they revelled and then they returned whence they came. Cunnamulla’s emigres were on brief loan during the four-day 150 celebrations marking the town’s gazettal in 1868 and they offered glimpses of how the town and district thrived then declined.
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