William Guthrie Spence was born on the island of Eday in the Orkney Islands, Scotland, the son of a stonemason, and migrated to Australia with his family as a six-year-old child. He had no formal education and worked as a farm labourer in the Wimmera district of Victoria from the age of 13.
Spence was an Australian trade union leader and politician, played a leading role in the formation of both Australia's largest union, the Australian Workers Union, and the Australian Labor Party.
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Please watch out for the nail near your face when retrieving the cache. This area may get very busy on Fridays and Sundays due to religious gatherings in the nearby buildings.
There is plenty of parking nearby.
Container holds small swaps and please BYO pen