"'Cattle Kings' ye call us, then we are Kings in grass castles that may be blown away upon a puff of wind..." - Patrick Durack, 1878. When Patrick Durack left Ireland for Australia in 1853, he was to found a dynasty of pioneers, and build an empire of cattle-land across the great stretches of Australia. His grand-daughter, Mary Durack, with a profound sense of family history, has rebuilt the saga of the Duracks, a saga that is the story of Australia itself, huge, pioneering, and tremendous in concept.
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How many more decades before your mortgage is paid off? How many tens of thousands of dollars in interest will you pay between now and then? This book shows how to free yourself. Anita Bell and her husband, Jim, paid off a three-bedroom brick home on a combined income of less than $50,000 when interest rates were at 17%. And they did it in three years.
How many more decades before your mortgage is paid off? How many tens of thousands of dollars in interest will you pay between now and then? This book shows how to free yourself. Anita Bell and her husband, Jim, paid off a three-bedroom brick home on a combined income of less than $50,000 when interest rates were at 17%.
Aiming to make this compelling story of church politics and Christian service available to all, Lesley O'Brien presents a moving account of the life and times of Mary MacKillop, Australia's first saint. The only biography of Mary to be authorised by the Sisters of St. Joseph, this edition has been updated to include her beatification by Pope John Paul II.
The Australian classic Kings in Grass Castles was the saga of the first generation of the pioneering Durack family, beginning their story from 1853. But the second generation of the Durack men were not only hardy pioneers, used to droving cattle thousands of miles through the grandeur of north-west Australia - they were also educated, travelled men, at home in the worlds of commerce and politics.
This audiobook, developed from extensive feedback from students, parents, and education professionals, shows you how to educate your children to appreciate the value and uses of money. Starting with finances for the unborn, Anita works us through the expenses of pre-school, primary, secondary, and tertiary education expenses. And yes, the vexatious question of pocket money: how much, when do you start, and how to stop paying are all covered.
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