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In the 1830s, an influx of newcomers saw Melbourne flourish, and begin to resemble the metropolis we know today.
In the 19th century, much of Victoria's wealth came from gold mining, but it came at a cost to our environment.
With the 8-hour day won by the stonemasons, retail workers aspired to the same rights.
Retail once meant long hours, harsh conditions and endless daytime boredom.
Melbourne's population in the 1800s reflected the city's growth as a bustling metropolis.