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The event, in which 22 miners were killed, is considered to be a defining moment in Australian history. The city earned the nickname "The Golden City" in the s. As quickly as the alluvial deposits drew prospectors to Ballarat, the rate of gold extraction fluctuated and, as they were rapidly worked dry, many quickly moved to rush other fields as new findings were announced, particularly Mount Alexander inFiery Creek  inand Ararat in Bya smaller number of permanent settlers numbering around 23,  many of whom had built personal wealth in gold, established a prosperous economy based around a shift to deep underground gold mining.
Confidence of the city's early citizens in the enduring future of their city is evident in the sheer scale of many of the early public buildings, generous public recreational spaces, and opulence of many of its commercial establishments and private housing. A local steam locomotive industry developed from with the Phoenix Foundry operating until From the late s to the early 20th century, Ballarat made a successful transition from a gold rush town to an industrial-age city.
The ramshackle tents and timber buildings gradually made way for permanent buildings, many impressive structures of solid stone and brick mainly built from wealth generated by early mining. Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh visited between 9 and 13 December and as the first royal visit, the occasion was met with great fanfare. The later attempt of the Prince's assassination by Ballaratian Henry James O'Farrell was met with shock and great horror from locals.
Gong Gong reservoir was built in to alleviate flooding and to provide a permanent water supply. A direct railway to Melbourne was completed in December Local boosterists at the start of the 20th century adopted the nickname " Athens of Australia", first used to describe the city by the prestigious Irish-Australian jurist and politician of the early 20th century Sir John Madden.
A bluestone power station was built at the corner of Ripon Street and Wendouree Parade in with the main aim of providing the power required for electrification of the city's tramway network. The Sunshine rail disaster in resulted in the death of dozens of Ballarat residents. During the storm, a tornado swept across the city's northern and eastern suburbs destroying numerous homes in Ballarat NorthSoldiers HillBlack Hill and Ballarat Eastlifting and then again touching down at Eureka where it destroyed more homes before dissipating.
The pottery closed in when Osborne developed lead poisoning. The city eventually lost first provincial status to Geelong. The interwar period proved a period of recovery for Ballarat with a number of major infrastructure projects well underway including a new sewerage system. InBallarat Airport was established. ByBallarat's economy and population was recovering strongly with further diversification of industry, although in Geelong displaced it as the state's second largest city.
InBallarat became connected to the state electricity grid by a 66, kV line. In the post-war era, Ballarat's growth continued.
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In response to an acute housing shortage, significant suburban expansion occurred. While planning for the estate began inmain construction occurred between and The s brought a new optimism to the city. On 17 April it was announced that Lake Wendouree was to be the venue for rowing events of the Summer Olympics,  and work soon began on an Olympic village in Gillies Street. A new prefabricted power terminal substation at Norman Street Ballarat North was constructed between and by the State Electricity Commission.
Elizabeth II visited on 8 March On 23 Novemberthe Olympic torch was carried through the city, and the following day the rowing events were held at the lake. During the following decades, the city saw increased threats to its heritage. Inthe Ballarat City Council passed laws banning pillar-supported verandahs in the CBD, which threatened the removal of historic cast iron verandahs in the city.
The by-law was met by staunch opposition from the National Trust, which had begun campaigning to protect some of the city's most historic buildings. With the opening of Sovereign Hillthe city made a rapid shift to become a major cultural tourist destination, visited by thousands each year.
During the s, a further houses were constructed at Wendouree West. Private housing in the adjacent suburb of Wendouree closely matched and eventually eclipsed this by the mids.
The suburb of greater Wendouree and Wendouree West had evolved as the suburban middle-class heart of the city. In the City of Ballarat released a plan directing that growth of the city over the next 30 years is to be concentrated to the west of the city centre. The Ballarat West Growth Area Plan was approved by the city and state government inplanning an extensive fringe development consisting of 14, new homes and up to 40, new residents including new activity centres and employment zones. Roman Catholic Diocese of Ballarat The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse final report published on 15 December found that people made a claim of child sexual abuse to the Diocese of Ballarat between and and that there was 21 alleged perpetrators identified in claims.
Of the 21 alleged and convicted perpetrators 17 were priests which is 8. Also known as the Central Highlandsit is named so because of its gentle hills and lack of any significant mountains that are more common in the eastern sections of the Great Dividing Range. The city lies within a mostly gently undulating section of the midland plains which stretch from Creswick in the north, to Rokewood in the south, and from Lal Lal in the south-east to Pittong in the west.
Geologically, the area consists of alluvial sediment and volcanic flows originating from now-extinct volcanoes such as nearby Buninyong and Warrenheip, which are the area's tallest peaks. The club secretary was responsible for mailing a newsletter to members during the early years of the club. Inan editor was established and an official name, Rumbleseat Chatter, was selected. Inmembers began to receive the newsletter by email. The Tour Coordinator duties were combined with the Vice President duties in The hosting of this tour Junewas followed by many others, such as: How did the club make money?
By hosting the Hill Country Swap Meet. The club began earnest discussions to host a swap meet in September The swap meet was held there until when the meet was moved to the Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park where it remained until it was sold at the end of the swap meet in The swap meet chairperson served a one- or two-year term until when Craig Lindig was chairperson until the swap meet sold. The Fredericksburg Band Boosters provided the concessions on commission in and after that a commercial concessioner was used.
Per the club minutes, the swap meet registrar position was filled by various club members, most familiar names are Marian Peterson, Larry Knox, Mike McNeil, and Bill Rogers. As the swap meet grew, so did the work efforts of club members with a work day prior to, work during and after the swap meet.
Membership voted by secret ballot at the May 5, meeting to discontinue hosting the Hill Country Swap Meet.
The swap meet was sold to Earhardt Productions who currently continue with the swap meet each year. What did we do with the money made from the swap meet?2017 Jam On Productions Worlds Largest Indoor Motorcycle Swap Meet Walk About
The club has had monthly day tours, along with the longer weekend tours traditionally in the spring and fall. Club members have also participated in regional tours and national tours. We are a touring club and have fun while seeing the sights along the routes. Interesting notes that were found in the meeting minutes: