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Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough
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Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Sera-Jane Peters chats to Helen McGeachin. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Bruce Newman and John Syles. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Faye and Trevor Gallagher. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Rhonda Joyce aka Lola Montes. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Lachlan Hough and Elloise Richards. Picture: Julie Hough

Chewton Monster Meeting. Residents celebrate the 161st anniversary of a 15,000-strong group of gold diggers that marks as a turning point in Australian democracy. Picture: Julie Hough

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