Self published, 1996, Softcover, Book Condition: Fair, Unstated
"On July 6, 1922, Alfred Dyer travelled to gravesend, London, to board the steamship, "Ballarat", to Australia... 70 other young men, known as the "Barwell Boys", were taken to the police barracks at Kintore Avenue, until they were allocated, as apprentices, to various farms in South Australia...Alf Dyer was apprenticed to Ebenezer Frank Rivett Boneham, of Monrovia, Millicent...(this book) deals with many local farming people in the Millicent district, & in the fruit growing areas of the lower Murray, as well as the history of the Dyer family. The book is of value to the local south eastern history enthusiasts..." Trade Paperback. Size: 180mm - 250mm. 79 pages. Covers have some shelf-wear, a few marks, as well as some bumping to corners and extremities. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19131.