Chairs were placed along the floor of the crowded chamber - something that hadn't happened since Gladstone spoke on the Home Rule Bills over twenty years earlier.
Sitting alongside Grey, the Prime Minister, Herbert Asquith, knew the importance of the speech that was being made.
I have a dog who is very cute I must say and loves everyone and gives good hugs I've been told XD.
After a holiday to New Zealand, about 16 years ago, Ms Trewick was inspired to bring the competition to the small town of Elmore in central Victoria."To create an interest of something extra at our Field Days to get people to think outside the square, to make garments as a draw card," she said.
What started with nine entries now has fifty entrants from as far as Alice Springs and Tasmania, all vying for the top prizes.
Ms Christie decided to enter the competition two years ago after sitting in the audience for years watching all the other entries.
By Ed Mulhall On the afternoon of Monday, August 3rd 1914, Sir Edward Grey, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs rose in a packed House of Commons to give an update on the developing crisis in Europe.