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Notable Wiradjuri People
... Wally Carr, Australian Commonwealth Boxing Champion ... Dr Sally Goold OAM, Executive Director of CATSIN, Senior Australian of the Year 2006 Stan Grant, notable Australian journalist ... Margaret Tucker, co-founder of the Australian Aborigines League and author of If Everyone Cared (1977) one of the first autobiographies to deal with the experience of the ...
Judiciary Act 1903
... The Judiciary Act 1903 (Cth) regulates the structure of the Australian judicial system and invests federal Australian courts with jurisdiction ... It is one of the oldest pieces of Australian legislation and has been amended over 70 times ... The Act also establishes in law the position of the Australian Government Solicitor ...
Gosford - Notable People
... Biddle – Paralympian tandem cyclist and athlete Alan Davidson – Former Australian cricketer David Fairleigh – Former Rugby League forward, 1994 Rothman's Medal winner, NSW Australian representative player ...
Namadgi National Park - Australian National Heritage List
... On 7 November 2008 The Park was added to the Australian National Heritage List as one of eleven areas constituting the Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves ...
Military History Of Australia During The Second Boer War - Australian Units Involved in The Boer War - Western Australia
... Name Type Commander Strength Service period Casualties Notes 1st Western Australian Mounted Infantry Mounted Infantry Maj HG Moor† / Cap FMW Parker 130 Nov 1899 – Oct 5 ... KIA, 1 DFD ...

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    So Lycidas sunk low, but mounted high
    Through the dear might of him that walk’d the waves,
    Where other groves and other streams along
    With nectar pure his oozy locks he laves
    And hears the unexpressive nuptial song
    In the bless’d kingdoms meek of joy and love.
    There entertain him all the saints above
    In solemn troops and sweet societies,
    That sing, and singing in their glory move,
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    John Milton (1608–1674)

    Signal smokes, war drums, feathered bonnets against the western sky. New messiahs, young leaders are ready to hurl the finest light cavalry in the world against Fort Stark. In the Kiowa village, the beat of drums echoes in the pulsebeat of the young braves. Fighters under a common banner, old quarrels forgotten, Comanche rides with Arapaho, Apache with Cheyenne. All chant of war. War to drive the white man forever from the red man’s hunting ground.
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    Each Australian is a Ulysses.
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