The Argus of July 22, 1944 took a look at some of the more unusual place names around Victoria. Some of Western District towns appear including Byaduk and Bessibelle. The copy is streaky in parts, but is still legible.
September 24, 2013
Trove Tuesday – What’s in a Name?
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