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  • "The small cairn of white stones on the altar of Melbourne's St Paul's Cathedral just kept growing as the names were read yesterday afternoon. Twenty-three stones. King Lake ... Flowerdale ... Marysville ... Calignee ... Bendigo ... Yarra Glen. It was an awful roll call.

    Each white stone symbolised a Victorian community both devastated by the Victoria fires and where lives have been lost. Then there was a 24th stone - representing 'those, as yet, un-named communities'. And the victims yet to be discovered."

    - John Hamilton & Charles Miranda, Memorial for Victoria fires victims; Prince Charles expresses sorrow,, 14 Feb 2009.

    February 14, 2009