With chapters on anthropology, DNA studies, metallurgical analysis of the gang s armour, and archaeological digs at Pentridge Prison and Glenrowan, Ned Kelly
: Under the Microscope addresses a wide range of scientific research relating to Ned Kelly
and his gang, and what it has revealed.
CHEW BEAUTY Ned Kelly
had what it takes to be a winner
Months of preparation, which meant Dalton and Cains missed the celebrations after Man Of Iron's Breeders' Cup Marathon victory, paid off this month when Ned Kelly
finished a game and close-up third to a pair of seasoned, younger pointers over 2m4f at Milltown.
, AUSTRALIAN HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THE QUEST FOR A WHITE NATIONAL IDENTITY
The rapid transcription of the manuscript by library staff was achieved by scanning to computer the edition of the Letter published as an appendix to Max Brown's account of Ned Kelly
in 1948, and then correcting the transcription against the manuscript.
He had written that Ned Kelly
was 'a notorious ruffian' adding 'the only pity is that Ned Kelly
, one of the most notorious young desperados ever known in these parts, has escaped detection'.
This is the eleventh film about Ned Kelly
since the first silent movie version in 1906.
has always polarised Australians: they either love him or hate him.
Bracken was the son of Constable Hugh Bracken who, in 1880, was captured by Ned Kelly
during the famous siege at Glenrowan.
A Scott Taylor try brought the visitors closer and Ned Kelly
followed with a second try converted by Astbury.
He will portray Australian outlaw Ned Kelly
in the British-financed Our Sunshine.
But there is another side to Melbourne's culture: a tradition of rebellion against Victorian stuffiness - what Rory Spence has called the 'cult of larrikinism' (AR December 1985, p63), a wildness which at its most extreme produced the Irish bushranger hero, Ned Kelly
, and today still permeates much of the city's best architecture and painting, with a larky yet edgy ethos.