Once a Day Dawn

Using a blend of memoir, biography and history, Colleen tells the story of her grandfather, who left home at 14, spent 14 years on the goldfields of Western Australia and, with his brothers, established the first butcher and baker shops in Kandos.

Once a Day Dawn explores: horse racing at Kandos and in the Central West; freemasonry at Rylstone and Kandos; life on the Murchison gold fields of Western Australia; migration to Nelson New Zealand; the towns of Kandos, Cadia, Portland and Gloucester; butchering in the early twentieth century.

Once a Day Dawn reveals the truths behind an early Kandos scandal and an amassed fortune.

$15 plus p&p $8

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