Eureka 50 Ribbon

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Edmund Mahoney and John Hanrahan were their blue 'Eureka Stockade' ribbon at the 50th anniversay of the Eureka Stockade Uprising, The Leader, 10 December 1904
Mrs Chapman, who spent her honeymoon in the Eureka Stockade, and attended the 50th anniversary of the Eureka Stockade. The Leader, 10 December 1904.
Eureka Veterans at the 50th Anniversary of the Eureka Stockade, James Lang (Bangerang), W. Hanrahan (Timor), William Braidi (Sebastopol), John Earles (Ballarat), Francis Ackroyd (Shepparton), Michael Carroll (Ballarat), J. Mitchell (Albert Park), W. Wiburd (Bathurst, NSW) The Leader, 10 December 2014
...The proudest men in Ballarat were the gold fields veterans who were associated with the historic fight at the Eureka Stockade, and were entitled to don the blue ribbon provided for the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the event. A substantial majority of them were local men, but others had come hundreds of miles to renew old associations of to shake a hand which, like their own had turned a windlass or filled a bucket in "the roaring days of 50 years ago. ...[1]

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Eureka 50, 1904


  1. The Australasian, 10 December 1904.