June 12 2014 - 7:00AM Throwback Thursday -June 12, 2004 | Photos Throwback GalleriesfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Throwback Thursday -June 12, 2004 | Photos In a classic Olde England scene, the Camperdown Ellerslie Hunt Club parades down Camperdown's main street, lead by master John Gould. Shannon Rentsch with his trophy for taking out second place in the Finke Desert Race, Deane Owen with a 1860s Catholic bible that was found wrapped in newspaper. Cobden's Daryl Beechey was ready to take on Port Fairy at home. Empty shoes at Lake Pertobe made an unusual protest against the detention of children.Inspector Steve James addressed the Warrnambool People for Drug Prevention Diversion. Dale Ringin monitors Dougie Lynch and Carlee King. Cobden v Port Fairy in wet conditions. Wild weather lashed the coast. Heather and Fiona Hampson won the Port Fairy Rhapsody in June festival bread and butter pudding competition. Ann Parker enjoyed Bloomsday celebrations in Koroit. Warrnambool radiologist Dr Ted Rafferty with a new scanner at Western District Radiology. Scott McDonald shows his skills to Warrnambool Warrnambool Soccer Academy players. Arthur Dawe was keen to have new members join the Western District Budgerigar Society. Daniel Roberts and sister Kristy Roberts were renovating the Royal Hotel. Stephen Anderson with children Casey, Ashlee and Patrick, celebrating his 300th game for South Warrnambool Daniel Mahony played his 100th game for Camperdown. Shelly Craft, from the former TV travel show The Great Outdoors, visited Warrnambool's Flagstaff Hill, after producers decided to abandon plans to film in Mortlake. TweetFacebook of Throwback Thursday- June 12, 2004See what made news this week, 10 years agofacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Comments Discuss "Throwback Thursday -June 12, 2004 | Photos" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.