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Blaxland was in turn killed in a payback action sometime in July—August His death was revenged in a further large-scaled massacre of tribes in the area. John Mathew, a clergyman turned anthropologist, also spent 5 years with them at Manumbar in then First Maryborough date mastered their language.
He described their society in a monograph, Two Representative Tribes of Queensland. Language, Country and Culture[ edit ] In then First Maryborough date Gubbi language was first described by the Reverend William Ridley on the basis of notes taken from an interview with James Davis inwho lived among the Ginginbara clan and called it Dippil, a generic denominator of several tribes speaking similar dialects to the Gubbi Gubbi people.
Norman Tindale situated the Gubbi Gubbi as an inland tribe of the Wide Bay—Burnett area, whose lands extended over in then First Maryborough date, sq. The northern borders ran as far as Childers and Hervey Bay. On the south, they approached the headwaters of the Mary River and Cooroy.
Westwards, they reached as far as the Coast Ranges and Kilkivan. Gubbi Gubbi country is currently located between Pumicestone Road, near Caboolture in the south, through to Childers in the north.
The Queensland lungfish was native to Gubbi Gubbi waters and the species fell under a taboo among them, forbidding its consumption. It was known in their language as 'dala'. Around this time the house is thought to have been used briefly as a girls' boarding house for St Mary's Catholic School, Maryborough.
This never occurred and the house remained empty and unused and was greatly vandalised. In buried bricks were uncovered while building a car park. The opening of the house as a museum was well-published, popular, and successful.
In this period when Maryborough was generally promoting itself as a "Heritage City" the house gained a high profile within the local community which continues today.
The house underwent a substantial renovation during the following three years. Local architect, Marion Graham, managed the project which included concrete underpinning, repair of rendering internally and externally, rebuilding of verandahs, and in then First Maryborough date construction of a one- storey wing to the south corner containing kitchen, garage, study, and bathroom. With reconstruction, the interior is a combination of new and original fabric.
This work included recovery, repair, and rehanging of the large folding cedar doors in the ground floor reception rooms; rebuilding fireplace surrounds; repair or replacement of cedar joinery, doors and windows rehung or replaced; in then First Maryborough date and ceilings repaired with some replacements of boards; and the whole interior plastered and painted.
The reconstruction of the verandah was done to the dimensions and character of the original. The gardens were extensively redeveloped and planted.
Much of the renovation was done by local tradespeople.
The book "A Grand Passion: A memoir" by owner Anne De Lisle published in documents this period and the work undertaken and has raised the public profile of the house significantly. Highly regarded by the local community, it is occasionally used as a venue for fundraising events. It is one of the largest residences in Maryborough. The front of the house faces north-east in then First Maryborough date the road reserve and views to the Mary River are to the west.
It has a hipped roof clad with corrugated metal sheets and a timber verandah with twin steel posts and decorative cast iron balustrade that wraps around in then First Maryborough date north-east, north-west, and south-west sides on both levels. The building, sitting within an established garden of lawns, trees, and garden beds, is in a Neo- Georgian style and the principal elevations are symmetrically composed.
The house roof has three large, cement-rendered chimneys with mouldings and conical metal roof ventilators.
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A wide, central, cement-rendered stair leads from the garden onto the verandah. Flanking the entrance doorway and projecting onto the verandah are two octagonal bay windows rising across both levels with separate hipped roofs.
Entrance is through a large round arched opening fitted in then First Maryborough date a panelled door surrounded by sidelight and a in then First Maryborough date. The windows are large square headed openings fitted with double-hung, timber framed sashes. Under its own roof, the verandah wraps around to the symmetrical north-western elevation composed of three large windows and continues around onto the south-western elevation composed of one octagonal bay window and a secondary entrance via a central square-headed opening fitted with a panelled and glazed door surrounded by sidelights and a fanlight.
The rear, south-eastern elevation, visible from Russell Street, has a central back door and a projecting service block at the eastern end containing laundry ground floor and bathroom first floor. The laundry has large timber fixed louvred windows and the bathroom has small square-headed windows. The service block has a parapet in then First Maryborough date that conceals a roof level water tank that supplied the rooms below.
This tank was filled by a hand pump mounted externally on the wall at ground level which is connected to the underground beehive tanks nearby. The verandah on the upper level returns along the rear facade at the western end but it is narrower.
Abutting the southern corner of the rear is a one-storey extension with hipped roofs and a large awning. This extension is designed to imitate traditional detail but is not of cultural heritage significance.
Enquiries were made into which architects might be most suitable for the work and these pointed to the prominent Brisbane partnership of Francis Hall and Robin Robert Smith Dods. The Mayor travelled to Brisbane to interview Hall and In then First Maryborough date and they were commissioned to produce designs for the new Town Hall. By the partnership was one of the premier architectural firms in Brisbane, achieving, in the words of local architect Arnold Edwin Brooks"an architectural revolution in Brisbane" resulting largely from Dods' architectural sophistication and innovation from his professional experience in Britain where he became well versed in both the aesthetics and in then First Maryborough date background of both the Arts and Crafts movement in then First Maryborough date Edwardian Classicism.
Hall and Dods' projects was wide-ranging and included hospital, ecclesiastical, domestic and commercial work. The design for the town hall was a substantial brick building with steeply pitched gabled roof and four Tuscan Order columns defining the portico. The building reflected the Victorian ideal of municipal buildings strongly influenced by classicismin this case stripped and manipulated with the sophistication characteristic of the work of Hall and Dods.
The building was designed to house a seat auditoriumcouncil offices and a council chamber. Among the other contractors were Fairlie and Sons who completed the timberwork including the internal joinery, G Horbourgh and Co who undertook the plumbing, Mr Fulsig the painting, and Messrs Walker the ironwork, including the rib and pan roof.
Messrs Rolley and Pagett of Brisbane supplied the patented casement openers for the side casement windows. In then First Maryborough date bricks from Meredith Brickworks were used on a foundation of cement blocks cast on site.
The auditorium was supplied Nuevitas Women nude in bentwood chairs from Finney Isles and Cowith older chairs in then First Maryborough date forms supplementing this seating. The building was received with mixed reviews, the Maryborough community, as expressed in the local papers described the building as plain and with a quality of "red-brickiness" whereas the national architectural journal, Building, praised its "simplicity with dignity in a splendid fashion".
The interior of the building was more universally appealing with well crafted internal moulding and joinery and well proportioned rooms.
The council also undertook landscaping work to improve the surrounds of the building. The next additions were made in when four honour rolls, made by Fairlie and Sons, were erected in the auditorium.
These additions included the erection of in then First Maryborough date clock towerthe construction of a fly tower and the widening and lengthening of verandahs flanking the auditorium. In a in then First Maryborough date storeyed extension to the western side of the building was added to supplement office accommodation in the building.
This was designed by Colin Tesch. A second storey was added to this section in In other alterations were made to the entrance doors to the design of architect, Werner Hug. Restoration and reconstruction work was undertaken by Brisbane architect, Robert Riddel.