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Sep 7, 2016
Former Rugby Union chief Gary Flowers launches spring with his $10 million Manly trophy
Pollock are kicking off this weekend’s start to the spring selling season with a preliminary ask of $10 million for their Mediterranean-style home on Manly’s Fairy Bower.
Set on a double block of almost 1400 square metres on the high side of Bower Street, the historic residence was built in 1932 and designed by architect Bertrand James Waterhouse in his classic Mediterranean style with Spanish Mission influences.
Flowers and Pollock purchased the hilltop home in the early 1990s and undertook an extensive renovation a decade ago that retained its many Spanish Mission-style arched windows and doorways.
Gary Flowers and Professor Carol Pollock are asking $10 million for their Mediterranean-style home. Photo: Craig Bryant
The championship tennis court and pool cabana are on the adjoining block, all of which is on a 20-year leasehold by the Catholic Church.
Belle Property Manly’s Steve Thomas has the listing.
Fairy Bower has been doing its best impression of Point Piper on the northern beaches this year, with an impressive line-up of sales this year, headed by Ross Lane, of the Oroton fashion empire, who sold his oceanfront property in March for $9.5 million to Seven’s chief Tim Worner.
The historic residence was... (Domain News)Aug 29, 2016
The scariest myths and legends of Plymouth that will terrify you even today
Princetown and Postbridge that has been told since the 1920s.
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The inhumanly strong hands are reported to have grabbed the steering wheels and handle bars of a number of unwary travellers since the first incident in June 1921.
The first alleged attack saw a Dartmoor Prison worker killed when he was unable to control his motorbike.
His children, who were riding in the side car, recounted the tale of how he shouted at them to jump clear as he fought to regain control, and they watched him wrestle the handlebars before they managed to jump clear.
In a later incident a pillion passenger at the same spot reported seeing large, hairy hands grab the handlebars and forcibly tip the bike from the road.
The hands were next seen in 1924 when campers in a Caravan just north of Plymouth were awoken.
The woman said she saw a large hairy hand crawling up the window 'with evil intent', terrified she made the sign of the cross and the hand vanished.
Time and again the stopry has been repeated after accidents on the road between Plymouth and Princetown, often including the sighting of a pair of large, calloused, hairy hands trying to force travellers from the road.
Kitty Jay's Grave
Jay's Grave, also known as Kitty Jay's Grave, is supposedly the last resting place of a suicide victim who took her life in the late 18th century.
The small burial mound at the side of a minor road on Dartmoor, about a mile west of Hound Tor, has become a source of legend thanks to the mysterious fresh flowers which appear - with no-one claiming responsibility.
An early newspaper account of the discovery of the grave appears on page five of the North Devon Journal f... (Plymouth Herald)Jul 27, 2016
Duke of Cambridge says George got 'far too many' gifts
A SURFBOARDPrince George got this adult-size surfboard from the Mayor of the famous Manly Beach in Australia. During the trip to Australia, the royal visitors attended a surf life-saving carnival. Perhaps a bucket and spade might've been more fun?
A CUDDLY 'BILBY'Another one from Prince George's trip to Australia. He loved this bilby from Taronga Zoo in Sydney... until he got bored of it and threw it away before he'd even left the zoo!
A SKATEBOARDGetting cooler - how about a personalised skateboard, complete with boxing kangaroos for those flashy 360s? Sadly he couldn't walk at that point, let alone skate.
A LEATHER PILOT'S JACKETIt's not the average toddler's street-wear, but in 2014, the Canadian government gave Prince George a leather pilot's flying jacket. It's very Top Gun - all he needs now is a pair of aviator sunglasses and a motorbike....
SOME ROALD DAHL BOOKSAt last something any child would like! When Prince George was born, the former Prime Minister David Cameron and his family bought him a collection of Roald Dahl books. 'Witches' very nice of them, isn't it?
A FIELD IN TRANSYLVANIARather than sending flowers for George's christening, one of Prince Charles' friends, Count Tibor Kalnoky, gave Prince George an entire field in Transylvania. It's unknown if there was a swing or playpark on it but given where it is, the Royals will be hoping there are no spooky castles or graveyards anywhere nearby...
(BBC News)Feb 3, 2016
Kate Middleton: England's Future Queen? Queen Elizabeth II Picks Duchess of Cambridge Over Camilla Parker-Bowles
Queen Elizabeth," the celebrity gossip site wrote. "To add insult to injury, Camilla allegedly told Charles she 'no use for his manly bits!'"
While a divorce is not an option for Prince Charles since Camilla demanded a $175 million settlement, unnamed royal sources revealed the 67-year-old royal has been considering to send his wife off to rehab. However, Charles is too anxious to let his royal security detail drag the 68-year-old Duchess to a long-term inpatient rehabilitation facility.
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The speculations concerning the new rulers of England came as the Queen's 90th birthday looms. And reports about her retirement in favor of Prince William and Duchess Kate have also intensified while the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall's chance to be crowned as the next King and Queen seemed forlorn.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton is also rumored to be "disgusted" with Prince Andrew's ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, who's said to be almost broke. In another Celeb Dirty Laundry report, the Duchess of York was reportedly "cashing out" on the royal family.
The gossip site added Ferguson has enlisted a prominent public relations firm, Kruger Cowne, to book paid public appearances. The Duchess of York even demanded the firm to restore her tainted image through television interviews, endorsement deals and speaking engagements.
Speaking of Duchess Kate, she and husband Prince William have decided to hire a gardener to transform the grounds of their Norfolk residence in Anmer Hall. As reported by Hello! magazine, the royal couple asked the help of garden specialist Robin Parker to make their garden bloom with flowers and vegetables.
Aside from flowers and vegetables, Parker was also tasked to oversee swings and climbing frames for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's childre... (Latin Post)Feb 2, 2016
Piece Of Mind: We're having a great spring, slight winter this December
I deny global warning. Just this week, every country in the world acknowledged its existence and pledged to keep the temperature down as much as is humanly possible. Humanly. That’s the problem. Island nations, threatened with disappearance, were especially interested. President Obama looked proud as could be when he made the announcement.
But meanwhile, I’ll turn off my television and revel in the hibiscus and the lantana and, did I mention? Mexican petunias. I haven’t watched a forecast lately. It could be that, by the time you read this, some nasty north wind will have blown in, and all these flowers will be sorry they bothered blooming, but right now, mid-December, it’s the kind of winter scene that someone who hails from Pennsylvania can really appreciate.
(Austin American-Statesman)Feb 2, 2016
Robert D. Gray Jr.
View Cemetery Board. He was a longtime communicant of St. Mary’s of the Lake Church.
The career path Bob chose was well suited to his patience, gentlemanly nature, and his true sense of compassion. He graduated from Simmons School of Embalming in 1968 and served on the Military Honor Guard in the Reserves while he worked as a funeral director in Skaneateles. He established the Robert D. Gray Funeral Home in 1975 and the Gray House Bed & Breakfast in 1990. He was a member and past president of the Onondaga-Oswego Funeral Directors Association.
Life was full for Bob; he played in the Joe Curtis Softball League well into his 60s, he enjoyed meeting the guys at the Wednesday Night bowling league in Marcellus, playing cards in the Amber Pitch League, walking down to breakfast at Johnny’s with the guys from Table 6; traveling with his family to many parts of the country and to Ireland and Scotland, and played golf with friends and family. The game of golf gave Bob time to spend with his son, son-in-law, grandson, daughters, and friends. Family was central to all that Bob did in his life; and the focal point for the past 45 years was his wife, Val. Together they raised a family, operated a business, and traveled extensively.
Their family includes two daughters, Pamela (Gary) Anastasio, and Kristin Gray; his son, Rob (Leanne); his mother, Mary Gray; his brother, Thomas (Kathy); his sisters, Mary Ann (Rick) Barletta, Pat (Ted) Corwin, and Joanne (Eric) Tills; grandchildren, Tyler and Laura Anastasio, Robby IV, Matthew, and Connor, and several cousins, nieces, and nephews.
He was predeceased by his father, Robert D. Gray Sr. in 1992.
The Gray family greatly appreciates all of the thoughts, prayers, cards, and acts of kindness they have received over the past 19 months.
The funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Mary’s of the Lake Church. Private burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Skaneateles. Call... (Auburn Citizen)
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