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About a year ago i decided that i would like to get a tattoo. I had the idea back then that i would like something that will always remind me how lucky i am to live in such a great country (Australia). After all, 1/5 of the worlds population uses 4/5 of the worlds resources. Almost half the population are in poverty. I decided that if in a years time i still wanted a tattoo that symbolizes this then i would go for it. My 18th birthday is looming closer and after months of searching the net i…
Ww1 'Rose Day - Wattle Day League Ambulance Fund Sa' Button Badge • $8.00
WW1 'ROSE DAY - Wattle Day League Ambulance Fund Sa' Button Badge - $8.00. FOR SALE! WW1 'ROSE DAY - WATTLE DAY LEAGUE AMBULANCE FUND SA' BUTTON BADGEBy 333617095672
*Annual Update* 2020 WAR MEMORIAL badges: AUSTRALIAN TOWNS Australia Badge Guide • $25.95
*ANNUAL UPDATE* 2020 WAR MEMORIAL badges: AUSTRALIAN TOWNS Australia Badge Guide - $25.95. FOR SALE! This illustrated - fully updated - Australian Badge Guide is unique and 274386028077
Wattle Day, Mount Gambier, 1914
PRG 280/1/13/365 A group of young women, girls and boys on Wattle Day, Saturday 29 August 1914, in Mount Gambier with trays of Wattle blossom to sell to raise money for the Ladies Patriotic Fund; they stand in front of the Mount Gambier New Institute building where notices advertise a concert by South Australian baritone, Peter Dawson and soprano, Annetta George, that had been held on the previous Thursday. Visit the State Library of South Australia to view more photos of South Australia.
Children ready for selling Wattle Day sprays of flowers in South Australia
PRG 280/1/10/384 Boys and girls standing with trays of wattle decorated with small Australian flags ready for their fundraising Wattle Day activities in Adelaide, South Australia. Visit the State Library of South Australia to view more photos of South Australia
Wattle Park Lone Pine Memorial - The Lemnos Connection
Photo Jim Claven 2017 Recently Committee member Malcolm MacDonald and myself visited the Lone Pine Memorial at Wattle Park in Melbourne's eastern suburbs. There is a proposal to add a commemoration of Lemnos and its role in the battles of Lone Pine to this memorial area. The Memorial area contains a clocktower monument, surrounded by smaller memorial plaques, in front of a pine tree grown from a seedling from the pine trees of the Gallipoli peninsula. The memorial also includes information…
Certificate - Australian Natives' Association (ANA) Ex-President, P. J. Bennett, Hawthorn, 1901
Chromolithograph certificate presented to outgoing President of the Hawthorn Branch of the Australian Natives' Association, Mr P. J. Bennett. Mr Bennett served from November 1900 to May 1901, the month in which the opening of the first Federal Parliament of Australia was officially opened in the (Royal) Exhibition Building, Melbourne. The Australian Natives' Association was established in ...