Victoria's welcome to press delegates

Australia, 1925

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Viscount Burnham is welcomed by S.S. Argyle, M.L.A. Chief Secretary of Victoria. Items of interest are pointed out, indicating Victoria’s development as a state including footage of Sir John Monash, development of the Hume Weir, Yallourn Open Cut mine, the Dandenong Ranges/Ferntree Gully, Yarra Glen, Camperdown, Rochester, the “Better Farming Train”, Bendigo, Geelong and Geelong Grammar, and Ballarat. Source: National Film and Sound Archive.


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