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JUMBLE SALE at HeritageWorks

Saturday 13th January - 9am to 2pm - 2 Gilles Street Warrnambool

Come along and dig up a bargain from the past.

We appeal to members who may have unwanted items suitable for sale to donate them to the cause. This might include interesting books or newspapers, retro bric-a-brac, small furniture and household items. Donations can be brought to HeritageWorks for storage prior to the day of the sale. Note that HW opens on the 9th, gather up your donations over the week end and bring them down during the week





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Blue Cup Saucer and Plate

Historical Information 
This cup, saucer and plate are part of a tea set. It was given by Eva Carmichael, a survivor of the ship Loch Ard which was wrecked near Port Campbell in 1878, to Jane Shields, the young woman who supported her while she was recovering from her ordeal at Glenample homestead at Princetown. The two women remained friends after Eva Carmichael returned to her home in Britain and was married. Jane Shields also married and it was when her daughter visited Eva in England that she was given the tea set to take back home to her mother. Jane died in 1932 and Eva died in 1934 and the tea set was inherited by Jane’s daughters. In 1975 Jane’s daughter, Mrs Ann Fuller, donated a cup, saucer and plate to the Warrnambool and District Historical Society. The handle of the cup was mended.