Fiona of Mt Lawley sends a handbill from Jack Van Tongeren’s post prison career. Fiona says, “Please find attached a scan of a handbill distributed by the Australian National Workers Union. This was the name used by Jack van Tongeren and John van Blitterswick after their release from prison in 2002, after serving the sentences for the activities of the Australian Nationalist Movement in the 1980s. Note the appropriation of both the Eureka Flag, and the Rising Sun badge originally used by the Australian Imperial Force during the First World War.”
The Colour H, tells the sad tale that the very longstanding leather shop with the crazy horse is soon to be a vanished worst. I bought a belt there in 1987. I would have thought that cash injection should have kept it going a bit longer.