Thiru Arumugam, courtesy of The Ceylankan, vol 77, Jan 2017
Introduction: Baddaginnie (hungry belly in Sinhala) is a small village in north-east Victoria, Australia, about 180 km from Melbourne. Its population was 465 persons in the 2011 Census. This article describes how it got its name, the early history of the place, and a brief biography of the Surveyor, J G W Wilmot who gave Baddaginnie its name.
Fig 4-– Baddaginnie High Street in 1905 –-Museum of Victoria Continue reading