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  1. Mens Ned Kelly Armour Bushranger Australia Day Party Outfit & Helmet Costume

    Party Theme: Put on this Ned Kelly bushranger costume for men on Australia Day. Material: Polyester Characteristics: Stretchy pullover white shirt No stretch brown coat Padded metal-look armour Padded metal-look helmet Pants with elastic fit Vinyl boot tops Parts included: Helmet Shirt Coat Armour Pants Boot tops Note: Toy guns & shoes are not included

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  2. Ned Kelly Slimline Integrated Letterbox Robertplumb® Garden furniture

    Wall integrated letterbox with large entry slot to fit A4 size packages. Sleek contemporary design and large door which makes mail easy to remove. Back opening with safety lock, unique telescopic letterbox doubles in size from 300mm – 600mm. The internal telescopic sleeve is rebated approx. 20mm on all sides to allow adequate space for the front and back plates to overhang the space in the wall. Constructed from 2.5mm 316 marine grade stainless steel. Please note that our letterboxes are not waterproof. Sizes HEIGHT 150 |WIDTH 400 |DEPTH 300-600 mm Please note pick up is not available from our Blacktown warehouse. Pick up is available from Botany, Sydney.

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  3. NED KELLY Integrated Letterbox Robertplumb® Garden furniture

    Wall integrated letterbox with sleek contemporary design and large door which makes mail easy to remove. Back opening with safety lock, unique telescopic letterbox doubles in size from 200mm – 400 mm. The internal telescopic sleeve is rebated approx. 20mm on all sides to allow adequate space for the front and back plates to overhang the space in the wall. Constructed from 2.5mm 316 marine grade stainless steel. Please note that our letterboxes are not waterproof. Ned Kelly Wall Integrated Letterbox. sizes : HEIGHT 200 |WIDTH 250 |DEPTH 200-400 mm Please not pick up is not available from our Blacktown warehouse. Pick up is available from Botany, Sydney.

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  4. Ned Kelly by Peter FitzSimons

    Love him or loathe him, Ned Kelly has been at the heart of Australian culture and identity since he and his gang were tracked down in bushland by the Victorian police and came out fighting, dressed in bulletproof iron armour made from farmers' ploughs.Historians still disagree over virtually every aspect of the eldest Kelly boy's brushes with the law. Did he or did he not shoot Constable Fitzpatrick at their family home? Was he a lawless thug or a noble Robin Hood, a remorseless killer or a crusader against oppression and discrimination? Was he even a political revolutionary, an Australian republican channelling the spirit of Eureka?Peter FitzSimons, bestselling chronicler of many of the great defining moments and people of this nation's history, is the perfect person to tell this most iconic of all Australian stories. From Kelly's early days in Beveridge, Victoria, in the mid-1800s, to the Felons' Apprehension Act, which made it possible for anyone to shoot the Kelly gang, to Ned's appearance in his now-famous armour, prompting the shocked and bewildered police to exclaim ‘He is the devil!' and ‘He is the bunyip!', FitzSimons brings the history of Ned Kelly and his gang exuberantly to life, weighing in on all of the myths, legends and controversies generated by this compelling and divisive Irish-Australian rebel. About the Author Peter FitzSimons is a journalist with The Sydney Morning Herald and Sun-Herald. He is also a regular TV commentator, a former radio presenter (very successfully, with Mike Carlton on Radio 2UE) and is also a former national representative rugby union player. Peter is the author of over 20 books - including Tobruk, Kokoda, Batavia, Mawson and the Ice Men of the Heroic Age, Ned Kelly and biographies of Nancy Wakee Kim Beazleye Nick Farr-Jonese Les Darcy, Steve Waugh and John Eales. Peter is Australia's biggest-selling non-fiction author of the last ten years. Peter was named a Member of the Order of Australia for service to literature as a

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  5. The Jerilderie Letter by Ned Kelly

    'I have been wronged and my mother and four or five men lagged innocent and is my brothers and sisters and my mother not to be pitied also who has no alternative only to put up with the brutal and cowardly conduct of a parcel of big ugly fat-necked wombat headed big bellied magpie legged narrow hipped splaw-footed sons of Irish Bailiffs or english landlords which is better known as Officers of Justice or Victorian Police…'The Jerilderie Letter is Ned Kelly's manifesto, the story of a widow's son outlawed.About the AuthorBorn in 1855, Ned Kelly remains the most famous criminal in Australian history. His life has been extensively documented, and dramatised in plays, novels, poems and films. Kelly was arrested and hanged in 1880 after the famous siege of Glenrowan.

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  6. Ned Kelly Statue 30cm

    A gorgeous statue of the Australian outlaw Ned Kelly. Beautifully hand finished in a rustic, tarnished gold colour. Has his famous quote "Such is Life" at the bottom. Equisite detail and finely crafted features make it a stunning statue indeed! Made of polyresin. Dimensions (width x depth x height): 12 x 12 x 30cm Please Note: all dimensions are shown in metric centimetres and are approximate (+/- 1cm).

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  7. Oxford Bookworms Library: Level 1:: Ned Kelly: A True Story - Book Free Shipping

    Classics, modern fiction, non-fiction and more. Written for secondary and adult students the Oxford Bookworms Library has seven reading levels from A1-C1 of the CEFR. When he was a boy, he was poor and hungry. When he was a young man, he was still poor and still hungry. He learnt how to steal horses, he learnt how to fight, he learnt how to live - outside the law. Australia in the 1870s was a hard, wild place. Rich people had land, poor people didn't. So the rich got richer, and the poor stayed poor. Some say Ned Kelly was a bad man. Some say he was a good man but the law was bad. This is the true story of Australia's most famous outlaw. CEFR A1/A2 Word count 5,775

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  8. Ned Kelly and the Odd Rellie: Fifty Micro Lives of the Great Australians - Book Free Shipping

    Ned Kelly and the Odd Rellie is all you need to know about Australian history in 100 pages! In the best traditions of larrikin wit, these micro verses sum up the claims to fame of 50 of our national greats. From now on this is how you'll remember your favourite Australian identities, from Banjo Paterson and William Bligh to Collette Dinnigan and Russell Crowe - immortalised in Gerard Windsor's four-line portraits and Michel Streich's irreverent colour illustrations.

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  9. Mrs Kelly - The astonishing life of Ned Kelly's mother

    The astonishing life of Ned Kelly’s mother While we know much about the iconic outlaw Ned Kelly, his mother Ellen Kelly has been largely overlooked by Australian writers and historians – until now, with this vivid and compelling portrait by Grantlee Kieza, one of Australia’s most popular biographers.When Ned Kelly’s mother, Ellen, arrived in Melbourne in 1841 aged nine, British convict ships were still dumping their unhappy cargo in what was then known as the colony of New South Wales. By the time she died aged ninety-one in 1923, having outlived seven of her twelve children, motor cars plied the highway near her bush home north of Melbourne, and Australia was a modern, sovereign nation.Like so many pioneering women, Ellen, the wife of a convict, led a life of great hardship. Born in Ireland during a time of entrenched poverty and sectarian violence, she was a mother of seven when her husband died after months in a police lock-up. She lived through famine and drought, watched her babies die, listened through the prison wall while her eldest son was hanged and saw the charred remains of another of her children who’d died in a shoot-out with police. One son became Australia’s most infamous (and ultimately most celebrated) outlaw; another became a highly decorated policeman, an honorary member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and a worldwide star on the rodeo circuit. Through it all, ‘the notorious Mrs Kelly’, as she was dubbed by Victoria’s Assistant Police Commissioner, survived as best she could, like so many pioneering women of the time.By bestselling biographer Grantlee Kieza, Mrs Kelly is the astonishing story of one of Australia’s most notorious women and her wild family, but it’s also the story of the making of Australia, from struggling colony and backwater to modern nation.

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  10. Mrs Kelly - The astonishing life of Ned Kelly's mother

    When Ned Kelly’s mother, Ellen, arrived in Melbourne in 1841 aged nine, British convict ships were still dumping their unhappy cargo in what was then known as the colony of New South Wales. By the time she died aged 91 in 1923, having outlived seven of her 12 children, motor cars plied the highway near her bush home north of Melbourne, and Australia was a modern, sovereign nation. Like so many pioneering women, Ellen, the wife of a convict, led a life of great hardship. Born in Ireland during a time of entrenched poverty and sectarian violence, she was a mother of seven when her husband died after months in a police lock-up. She lived through famine and drought, watched her babies die, listened through the prison wall while her eldest son was hanged and saw the charred remains of another of her children who’d died in a shoot-out with police. One son became Australia’s most infamous (and ultimately most celebrated) outlaw; another became a highly decorated policeman, an honorary member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and a worldwide star on the rodeo circuit. Through it all, ‘the notorious Mrs Kelly’, as she was dubbed by Victoria’s Assistant Police Commissioner, survived as best she could, like so many pioneering women of the time. By bestselling biographer Grantlee Kieza, Mrs Kelly is the astonishing story of one of Australia’s most notorious women and her wild family, but it’s also the story of the making of Australia, from struggling colony and backwater to modern nation.

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  11. Mrs Kelly: The Astonishing Life Of Ned Kelly's Mother

    When Ned Kelly's mother, Ellen, arrived in Melbourne in 1841 aged nine, British convict ships were still dumping their unhappy cargo in what was then known as the colony of New South Wales. By the time she died aged ninety-one in 1923, having...

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  12. Ned Kelly: The Man Behind The Mask

    We all think we know the story of Ned Kelly, Australia�s most famous outlaw, but we�ve never seen him in full colour like this before � Edward �Ned� Kelly was born in 1855 into a poor Irish immigrant family in rural Victoria. He grew up loyal to...

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  13. Ned Kelly - DVD

    YOU CAN KILL A MAN. BUT NOT A LEGEND. From the producers of "Elizabeth" and "About a Boy" comes the true story of one of the most notorious outlaws of all time...Ned Kelly. Persecuted by the police and hunted by an Empire, Ned Kelly had the largest reward in the world on his head. Forced into hiding whilst his friends and family were unlawfully imprisoned Ned and his gang soon became folklore. Featuring Heath Ledger, Orlando Bloom and Geoffrey Rush in a dramatic and exciting story of one of Australia's most famous legends.

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  14. Ned Kelly

    Love him or loathe him, Ned Kelly has been at the heart of Australian culture and identity since he and his gang were tracked down in bushland by the Victorian police and came out fighting, dressed in bulletproof iron armour made from farmers' ploughs.

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  15. Svord--Ned Kelly Toothpick

    16 3/4" overall. 11 1/8" Swedish tool steel blade. Full tang. Natural brown wood handles. Blackened steel guard. Brown cord lanyard. Black leather belt sheath. Bulk packed.

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  16. Imitation Ned Kelly Pistol Presentation Box

    Edward (Ned) Kelly (1854-1880) was from a poor rural family and was the eldest of seven children. In 1870 Ned was imprisoned for assault and in the following year was sentenced to 3 years gaol for receivinga stolen horse. In 1878 a police officer trying to arrest Ned’s brother Dan Kelly was shot in a fight. Shortly after at Stringybark Creek, Ned and Dan shot and killed 3 policemen. Despite being a brutal killer, the legend of Ned Kelly is now etched in Australian culture forever. Just before being hanged, Ned was reportedto have said “Such is Life". FeaturesFinish Antique GreyDimension 390mm x 215mm Available in: QLD & WA ONLY (Imitation Firearms Permit Required in all other States)

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  17. NED KELLY (HEATH LEDGER)

    Ned Kelly DVD from DVDLand. You can kill a man but not a legend.Ned Kelly (Ledger) and his brother Dan, sons of a big Irish pig thief exiled to the Australian penal colony in 1843, formed the core of the Kelly Gang (with two other men), an outlaw gang (they were called bushrangers, not cowboys) that roamed across Australia for over two wild years. Kelly was a clever bandit, making his own homemade armor, including steel chest plates and helmets, to stop bullets from stopping him. Kelly was first arrested at 16 for horse stealing, but he became an outlaw when he killed a police officer who was harrassing his brother. Rating: M  Running Time 105mins

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    Ned Kelly

    We all think we know the story of Ned Kelly, Australia’s most famous outlaw, but we’ve never seen him in full colour like this before … Edward `Ned’ Kelly was born in 1855 into a poor Irish immigrant family in rural Victoria. He grew up loyal to his family, angry at the injustice he saw in Australian society and desperate to better his situation by any means. Often in trouble with the police, with the so-called Kelly Gang he was involved in horse and cattle stealing, bank robbing, kidnapping and ultimately murder. But he was the only bushranger to write a famous and compelling letter explaining his behaviour. As every Australian knows, after a legendary shoot-out Ned was captured by police and later hanged at Melbourne Gaol. Folk hero or criminal, this is the story of Ned Kelly as you’ve never seen it before. Teachers notes also available.

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    The Hunt for Ned Kelly

    North-east Victoria, 1879. Jamie Ross and his older sister Ellen are alone in the world after the death of their father. Determined to make their fortune, they head to Beechworth – and straight into the midst of the search for Ned Kelly, the most notorious bushranger of all time. Jamie is fascinated by Ned. Is he a hero wronged by the police, as some people say, or a cold-blooded murderer? A chance encounter will bring Jamie closer to the answer than he could ever imagine.

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    Ned Kelly by Peter Fitzsimons

    Free Delivery Worldwide : Ned Kelly : Paperback : Random House Australia : 9780857982094 : 0857982095 : 01 Feb 2015 : A prominent Australian historian brings Ned Kelly and his gang exuberantly to life, weighing in on all of the myths, legends, and controversies generated by this compelling and divisive Irish-Australian rebel Love him or loathe him, Ned Kelly has been at the heart of Australian culture and identity since he and his gang were tracked down in bushland by the Victorian police and came out fighting, dressed in bulletproof iron armor made from farmers’ ploughs. Historians still disagree over virtually...

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