“Wowsers, Bowsers and Peppercorn Trees” is a new collection of Ariah Park and District History compiled by editor, Nigel Judd. The book contains all material from an earlier publication “Looking Back” in 1988.
This new History Book was launched at the 2007 Ariah Park Centenary Celebrations by feature writers, Jessie Seymour and Jim Davey.
“Wowsers, Bowsers and Peppercorn Trees contains chapters on the early days of Ariah Park, the History of Local Government, Business, Churches, local organisations and sporting groups.
Some 22 “Unforgettable Characters” are mentioned, while a number of historical accounts of the ‘the good old days” and past events are a feature of the book.
Nearly 220 Family Histories make up nearly half the book and make interesting reading.
The History Book “Wowsers, Bowsers and Peppercorn Trees” is an Ariah Park Community Project and any profit from the book will go to other Ariah Park community projects or future historical accounts.
The book was published with the assistance of the Temora Shire Council and printed by J.A. Bradley & Sons of Temora.Copies are available for $25 from the Editor, Nigel Judd at 1 Coolamon Street, Ariah Park, NSW 2665 phone (02) 6974 1026 or email email@example.com
As the book weighs over 500 grams, postage and packing of $10 will have to be added if the item has to be posted.
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