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From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Bill wrote:
>By the way, I have it on good authority that the second word in HOLDEN 
CLOUGH is pronounced "cluff", not "clew" as I have heard done so often.

This morning I have achieved a state of true enlightenment. I always 
pronounced this one 'CLOW' as in Plough. 
Reminds me of an ex work mate of my fathers. Mr. Fenshaw. We were 
greatly bemused when we discovered the spelling: FEATHERSTONEHOUGH. Very 
It all comes down to accents and ethnic background. Here Castlemaine 
sounds more like Kesselmayn (very nasal) and the nearby town on 
Maryborough is pronounced by locals as Merraburra. The one that really 
offends my sensitivities is the little country town Majorca, which the 
locals pronounce with the 'J' sound.
Cheers, Jan Clark

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