With all nominees now in and the calendar ticking over to the end of Movember, our celebration of the great moustaches of Camden is quickly drawing to a close. Before month’s end we thought we’d give you a last glance at all the candidates before casting your final vote. Click on the candidates name to view their full profile.
The nominees for Crumb Catcher King of Camden are:
Voting closes midnight 30 November. Either ‘like’ the candidate on Facebook, ‘favourite’ it on Twitter or comment directly to the blog to vote for your favourite Camden nose neighbour.
Pre-embarkation leave in Sydney, May 1916, World War I.
Another of Camden’s Anzacs. A full lipped pyramid, reminiscent of Magnun PI. Frank H. Pauls may have a great width, but this one, with its compact and well maintained shape, gives Hawkey a distinct advantage of elegance.
Frank H. Paul
Frank H. Paul was a sergeant during World War One. He, like so many of Camden’s Anzacs, did not return home. He was killed in action at Gallipoli on 23/5/1915. As with all fallen Camden Anzacs, he is commemorated on Camden Remembers.
Here he is sporting a particularly strong ‘au natural’ moustache, groomed with a upper curve. Full, defined, and symmetrical. A solid first contender.