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  • The capital of the state of Western Australia, in western Australia, on the Indian Ocean; pop. 1,019,000 (including the port of Fremantle). Founded by the British in 1829, it developed rapidly after the discovery in 1890 of gold in the region and the opening in 1897 of the harbor at Fremantle
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  • the state capital of Western Australia

Old Youth Hostel
Old Youth Hostel
SYHA Killin, on the way out History of the house Known as Tighndhuin Entry to Killin Public School (School records) 13/3/1875William Campbell DOB 3/4/1858 Guardian Charles Stewart Esq. 18/2/78John Hamilton DOB 16/10/60, Guardian Charles Stewart Esq. of Tighnahuin, left school in 18/4/78 1881 Census Dwelling:Tighduin Census Place:Weem, Perth, Scotland Source:FHL Film 0203506 GRO Ref Volume 361 EnumDist 8 Page 1 Marr Age Sex Birthplace Charles STEWART U 57 M Fortingall, Perth, Scotland Rel:Head Occ:Captn Of Volunteers J P Land Agent Farmer Of 300 Acres 100 Arable Isabella Park STEWARTW 59 F Dull, Perth, Scotland Rel:Sister In Law Occ:Widow Of Alexander Stewart Of Glenorissdale Argyleshire Jessie MC GREGOR U 50 F Fortingall, Perth, Scotland Rel:Servant Occ:Housekeeper Euphemie STEWART U 25 F Fortingall, Perth, Scotland Rel:Servant Occ:Housemaid Domestic Christina STEWART U 20 F Ardchattan, Argyll, Scotland Rel:Servant Occ:Cook Domestic John HAMILTON U 20 M Weem, Perth, Scotland Rel:Servant Occ:Coachman Domestic In Famed Breadalbane by William A. Gillies Page 291 Rev. Mr. James Stewart of Killin translated the New Testament into Gaelic. (An improved version was completed by Dr John Stewart, his son, minister of Luss in 1801) “Fifty years ago ( about 1888) the Gaelic Society of Perth, acting on a suggestion made by Mr Charles Stewart of Tigh an Duin, Killin, erected a monument (to James Stewart)in front of the church which had been built during the early years of his remarkable ministry.” His grave is “unmarked and unknown” Page 409 A reference is made to the “Gaelic Kingdom in Scotland” by Charles Stewart, Killin (1880) This is in regard to the derivation of the name Inchadney. 1891 Census 3Tighduin Jessie McGregor Hd S 60 H’keeper Fortingall Mary Cameron S 16 servant Killin Monumental Inspription Area A 3 Charles Stewart of Tighnduin. Remembered into rest 7th April 1894 “until the day break” Description:-Large celtic cross carved stone 1901 Census Tigh-n-duin House Uninhabited Valuation Roll 1929 Western District Parish of Killin House and Garden Tigh-n-duin Proprietors Ewan McEwan retired banker This building was run as a Youth Hostel under the ownership of the Scottish Youth Hostel Association from approximately 1920 until it closed in March 2008
Alastair Cook
Alastair Cook
A stylish left-handed opener with a simple approach to batting, Alastair Cook has been earmarked for great things in the game - not least by his mentor at Essex, Graham Gooch, who threw Cook in at the deep end of county cricket only a year after he left Bedford School, where he had broken all sorts of records. Cook captained England in the 2004 Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh and scored two centuries while leading them to the semi-finals, before scoring his maiden first-class hundred against Leicestershire at Chelmsford in 2004. A fine season followed in 2005 - he scored a double-century for Essex against the touring Australians and was voted Young Cricketer of the Year by the Cricket Writers' Club - and in March 2006 he went on to make his England debut in the midst of an injury crisis in India. He had been touring the Caribbean with the England A squad when the call came but, unfazed after a 48-hour journey, he racked up 60 in his first Test innings, then went one better in the second with a magnificent 104, becoming the 16th England batsman to make a century on debut, and at 21 years and 69 days, the youngest since Peter May in 1951. Back-to-back hundreds against Pakistan in 2006 cemented his place in the side and he was named Young Cricketer of the Year for the second time in 2006. The Ashes tour proved more of a challenge, as his technique was dissected by Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee, but his century in the second innings at Perth confirmed his mental fortitude. He was still not 23 when he scored his fifth and sixth Test centuries in the 3-0 series win over West Indies - not far adrift of the indisputable greats Don Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar, who had managed eight by the same age. Having missed England's disastrous World Cup in the Caribbean, Cook was soon cast as an opener in one-day cricket as well. He became the youngest England batsman to pass 2000 Test runs in New Zealand in 2008 on a tour in which he only managed one fifty, but his catching improved out of all recognition. Gone were the awkward fumbles; in came the daring dives at backward point, pouching six beauties in the first Test in Hamilton. His penchant for a cliched soundbite belies a fierce determination to improve as a cricketer on every level, in every match. Will Luke

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