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Supreme Court of Victoria Library Portrait Sir William Stawell Full length portrait in oils of Sir William Stawell. Stawell is seated and dressed in his judicial robes. Signed and dated 1887 lower right hand corner of the painting. Plaque

Full length portrait in oils of Sir William Stawell. Stawell is seated and dressed in his judicial robes.

Historical information

The portrait was commissioned in 1884, near the end of Stawell's term of office. The portrait was commissioned at the same time as those of Redmond Barry and Justice Molesworth. The total cost of all three paintings was 1200 pounds. Sir William Stawell arrived in Victoria in 1842; he quickly established a reputation for himself at the Bar. After the separation of the Port Phillip colony from New South Wales, Sir William served as the attorney general in the first representative government and was the leading prosecutor in the Eureka trials. Sir William was appointed as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in 1857, serving 29 years in the post. In addition the township of Stawell was named after the recently appointed Chief Justice in 1858.


The portrait is of historical significance as a portrait of Sir William Stawell.

Inscriptions Markings

Signed and dated 1887 lower right hand corner of the painting. Plaque identifying subject. The Hon. Sir W.F. Stawell.K.C.M.C Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 1857-1886

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Nobelius Heritage Park Emerald Museum PHOTO Eric William John Durance Photo of Eric William Durance in his uniform from the 1914-1918 war. Eric William John Durance ,Son of William and Margaret Durance of Macclesfield. Rank.Private. Service

Photo of Eric William Durance in his uniform from the 1914-1918 war.

Historical information

Eric William John Durance ,Son of William and Margaret Durance of Macclesfield. Rank.Private. Service no. 812. Unit 22 nd Battalion Service Army Conflict 1914-1918 Date of Death 4th October 1915. Cause of Death Died of Wounds. CEMETERY OR MEMORIAL DETAILS. 6 Lone Pine Memorial Gallipoli. Place of enlistment Gembrook West Victoria. Native Place. Macclesfield Victoria War Grave Register notes. DURANCE, PTE. Eric William John, 812.22nd Bn. Died of wounds 4th. Oct. 1915. Son of William John Durance and Margaret Madigan (his ). Native of Macclesfield, Victoria, Australia. 65 Source. AWM145 Roll of Honour cards.1914-1918 War Army. LOCATION on the Roll of Honour. Eric Williams John Durance's name is located at panel 96 in the Commemorative Area at the Australian War Memorial (as indicated by the poppy on the plan).


1914-1918 War Age at time of death 21

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Federation University Australia Art Collection Artwork 'Antique Land' by William Peascod Painting in mixed media. Australia William PEASCOD (1920-1985) Born Maryland, Cumberland, United Kingdom. Arrived Australia 1952 The son of a coal miner

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Downtown window exhibits showcase Art from Heather Danso Tory Franklin

Fri, 07/06/2018 - 12:10

Six-scene installation that changed every 2 weeks at 826 Seattle based on a Japanese tale. Materials – cut vinyl, laser cut plexi glass, screen print, wood, astroturf. this installation was made possible with help from the Seattle office of arts and culture’s city artists grant.

Window installation based on antique maps filled with denizens of the deeps. Created for Storefronts Auburn June 2013. Located at 1 Main st in Auburn Washington. Vinyl work created with a GAP Grant from Artist Trust. Install help by Jessie Maughan, Jaime Wheller and Zac Brown. Special thanks to Eroyn and Tim for posing for the figure puppets and Rob Lutz for help with lighting design and fabrication.

Artists Heather Danso and Tory Franklin are currently presenting their Artworks at Merrill Gardens and The Maverick Apartments in downtown Burien.

The City is partnering with these two locations to showcase community art in their windows for three-month intervals.

Here’s more from the city:

“As part of the design review process for the two developments, the City encouraged the architects to create a display space for local art. City design standards require buildings to have specific elements to make the downtown a pedestrian-friendly place. This includes how a building presents itself to the street. The goal is to avoid blank walls and make the streetscape more interesting to the pedestrian.

“There are multiple ways to achieve this: retail space, landscaping, and art displays. The City worked in partnership with the developer to meet the intent of the design standards. The result was the inclusion of display windows in the final design–meeting both the buildings’ needs and contributing to our downtown streetscape.”

WHERE: The Maverick Apartments art window, corner of 6th and 150th SW; Merrill Gardens art windows, 4th SW between 150th and 151st.

WHEN: July through September 2018


Artist: Tory Franklin

Location: The Maverick Apartments

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Statement from Tory Franklin:

“My work for the past eight years has focused on depicting folk tales in public, predominantly through window and kinetic installations. In this body I create narrative scenes with a combination print media consisting of cut vinyl, screen print, digital print and computer assisted cutting, as well as hand work and constructed set pieces. My patterns are sourced from global textiles and housewares sourced from the cultures of origin of the narrative.

“As a printmaker I am constantly thinking of the role of the multiple, but unlike the traditional print maker who creates editions that exist in separate places in the world, I focus on how to use a repeat in a spatial sense. I mine my past work for elements that are appropriate for the new piece—reusing patterned silkscreens, leftover cut vinyl and other ephemera from past work to fit a new site. This piece does not follow a set narrative, but is a recombination of a cast of characters and elements from past installations—a fairy tale cocktail party.”


Artist: Heather Danso

Location: Merrill Gardens

Artist website

Artist profile (PDF file)

Statement from Heather Danso:

“The process of play is the constant in all my works. I am compelled to artistically respond to the world around me—to create little experiments and to share the process and product with others—with people here in Seattle, and as far away as Tetuoan and The Gambia. I do this with all my tools: raw canvas, recycled house paint, thrown out bits of fabric, acrylic tints, my hands, feet, needles and thread, even my piano and my voice.

“In my paintings, my uncontrollable method requires humor, playfulness, and patience. I drop inks, tints, and recycled house paints onto raw canvas. Tints travel the lines of the canvas influenced by gravity, tipping, and force. The chemical interactions between varied dilutions create constellations, altering color and texture.

“But most of all, I create with my sense of extreme optimism—a cherished commodity in times like these. I remember that it is practicing optimism to follow one’s curiosity.”

The Maverick is located at 15045 5th Ave SW:

Merrill Gardens is located at 15020 5th Ave SW:

Wed, 07/04/2018 - 16:37

We set up our live streaming camera across from one of Burien’s most important landmarks – The Hobnobber Tavern – on Wednesday, July 4, 2018, and broadcast the city’s 97th annual Independence Day Parade.

The highlight – other than having candy thrown at our feet all day at the oldest parade in the county – was that the Seafair Pirates appeared not just once, but twice , firing off the Moby Duck’s cannon at the very end to the delight of all (okay, one kid plugged his ears…).

To see future live videos, be sure to “Like” us on Facebook .

Wed, 07/04/2018 - 08:45

We first posted this video on July 4, 2010, but we love it so much we thought it was worth a rerun on this national holiday:

Out of the red, white and blue, it occurred to us that our third President, one Thomas Jefferson , who loved new gadgets and devices and inventions and discoveries, would have gotten a kick out of our little digital camera, the size of a deck of cards, not much smaller than a hand-held booklet-sized copy of what is known as the Declaration of Independence.

It was 242 years ago that our Founders were “cutting and pasting” (definitely *not* Tweeting) their final draft of what became known as that treasured and precious document, the Declaration of Independence, whose primary author was the then 33 year-old future President Jefferson.

So someone said:

And so we did – well actually Mark Neuman did, then Scott Schaefer edited it – see if you can find yourself, or a friend or two:

(…at the end of the video, look for some amusing outtakes as well as terrific “Happy Birthday USA!” salutations)


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Bean type: Arabica

Killer Coffee is Australia’s deadliest brew. It’s interesting that they get such high amounts from Arabica coffee beans.

Caffeine: 474 mg per 12 fluid ounces brewed

Bean type: Arabica and Robusta

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uses a blend of beans in hopes of improving the flavor profile of their “world’s strongest coffee.”

Caffeine: No specific amount but claims to be 50% stronger than regular brewed coffee.

Shock Coffee has been around for a long time and many would argue that it is the “original” strongest coffee brand. They used to make canned coffee beverages but has since discontinued those.

Caffeine: No specific amount but claims to 2x the caffeine of regular brewed coffee

Bean type: Not listed

Bone’s is available through their website .

Caffeine: No specific amount listed but claims to be 50% stronger than regular brewed coffee.

Atomic Coffee is available on their website and on Amazon .

Caffeine: No specific amount listed but claims to be “super” caffeinated.

This military inspired brand is for sale on their website .

Caffeine: They list 408 mg per 12 fluid ouces for brewed and 262 mg per 12 fluid ounces for drip (filter) coffee.

Perk Up is available from Gold Star Coffee .

Caffeine: They say double the caffeine but then also say 4x the caffeine of a standard cup?

This brand is for sale by the Patriot Depot .

Caffeine: 3x the caffeine of standard coffee but a more precise amount isn’t listed.

Red Goat Coffee also claims to be “the world’s strongest” but we weren’t able to find a definitive caffeine amount.

With all of these coffees, the most caffeine is found with the brewed coffee method . This is a method in which water stays in contact with the ground coffee for an extended period of time.

Drip/filter, Keurig, and even espresso methods won’t produce the highest caffeine amounts. Only one brand above, Perk Up, made this clear in their advertising.

Just about all of these brands will deliver more caffeine in one serving than is recommended by Caffeine Informer and the leading health organizations as a daily safe dose . For the average adult, this is 400 mg.

This type of coffee usually appeals to those who have built up a high tolerance to caffeine (serious caffeine addicts) or those who have a naturally low sensitivity to the caffeine molecule.

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