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T425 American Tobacco Company, Australian Parliament, 1910, T. Playford
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T425 American Tobacco Company, Australian Parliament, 1910, T. Playford
 
Mug of Australian Parliament House, Canberra, Australia (12056430)
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MUG. Photo Mug Artwork depicting Australian Parliament House, Canberra, Australia. The Parliament House in Canberra, Australia. 11oz White ceramic coffee mug. Artwork printed using sublimation ink process. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Made in America
 
Greeting Card Christmas Australian "Season's Greeting - Parliament House" Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
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Greeting Card Christmas Australian "Season's Greeting - Parliament House - Canberra, Australia" Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
 
Historical Records of Australia, Vol. 3: Series I; Governors' Despatches to and from England; 1801-1802 (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Historical Records of Australia, Vol. 3: Series I; Governors' Despatches to and From England; 1801-1802 At that time, a settlement at Botany Bay was under con sideration. In September, 1786, preparations were commenced to form an establishment there, and Phillip was selected as governor, receiving his first commission to that office, dated 12th October, 1786. The Sirius and the Supply were detailed to con voy the transport and store-ships, and when the Sirius was commissioned, King received the appointment of second lieu tenant, on the 2sth of October, * 1786. The fleet sailed on the 13th of 'may, 1787. On the 2sth of November following, Governor Phillip, with Lieutenants King and Dawes, transhipped to the Supply, and on the 18th of January, 1788, anchored in Botany Bay. The selection of Port Jackson as the site of the settlement was soon made, and all the fleet were safely anchored in Sydney Cove on the 26th of January, 1788. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
 
Vintage photo of L. R. Johnson, an Australian Politician and Minister for Housing. A former Union organizer and shop owner; he first became a member of Parliament in 1955.
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Size Size of photo 9.2" x 6.9"  L. R. Johnson, an Australian Politician and Minister for Housing. A former Union organizer and shop owner; he first became a member of Parliament in 1955. Leslie Royston "Les" Johnson AM (22 November 1924 â€" 26 May 2015) was an Australian politician and minister.Johnson was elected for the Australian Labor Party as the first member for the House of Representatives seat of Hughes at the 1955 election and held it until his defeat at the 1966 election by Liberal Don Dobie. However, after a redistribution ahead of the 1969 election reconfigured Hughes with a notional Labor majority of eight percent, making it a safe Labor seat on paper. Believing this made Hughes impossible to hold, Dobie transferred to the newly created seat of Cook. Johnson retook the seat on a large swing, and would hold it without serious difficulty until 1983.Following Labor's win at the December 1972 election, he was appointed to the Whitlam ministry as Minister for Housing. In October 1973, he was appointed to the additional portfolio of Works. In November the two portfolios were combined as Housing and Construction. In June 1975 he was moved to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs. He lost this position as a result of the dismissal of the Whitlam Government in November 1975. He subsequently became the Opposition Whip. Labor returned to government at the March 1983 election, but Johnson did not stand for a place in the ministry. However, he was appointed Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Chairman of Committees. He resigned from parliament in December 1983 so that he could become Australian High Commissioner to New Zealand. His position as High Commissioner was cut short following the serious illness of his daughter,
 
Finding My Place: From Cairo to Canberra - the irresistible story of an irrepressible woman
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From Cairo to Canberra -- the irresistible story of an irrepressible woman 'Anne Aly's ... influence will be felt for years to come ... It sinks in how significant she may be to public life.' -- The Good Weekend In 2016, Anne Aly was the first Australian Muslim woman, the first Egyptian-born woman and the first counter-terrorism expert to be elected to federal parliament. She was also most probably the first parliamentarian to have seen Zoolander 23 times. 'What am I doing here?' she asked herself as she was sworn in with her hand on her English translation of the Quran. It's a question the former professor has raised more than once since she arrived in Australia aged two bearing the name Azza Mahmoud Fawzi Hosseini Ali el Serougi. The answer is a fascinating and moving story of a Muslim girl growing up in suburban Australia in the seventies, a girl who danced the divide between the expectations and values of their parents' culture and that of their adopted land, and whose yardstick for 'a normal' Australian family was The Brady Bunch. Told with warmth, humour and insight, Finding My Place is an irresistible story by an irrepressible Australian woman who has truly found where she belongs, and who continues to make her mark internationally and in public life.
 
252 Piece Puzzle of Big Ben Reflected On Rain Drenched Parliament Square In London (10149346)
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252 PIECE PUZZLE. Photo Puzzle (252 Pieces) Artwork depicting Big Ben Reflected On Rain Drenched Parliament Square In London On April 9Th 1946. UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 09 Big Ben Reflected On Rain Drenched Parliament Square In London On April 9Th 1946 (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images). 10x14 252 Piece Puzzle comes with loose pieces in a designer box with your photo on top. The box is sized to fit most mail boxes
 
20x16 Print of Australian Parliament House, Canberra, Australia (12056430)
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20X16 PRINT. 20x16 inch (51x41cm) Print Artwork depicting Australian Parliament House, Canberra, Australia. The Parliament House in Canberra, Australia. Printed on archive quality paper for unrivalled stable artwork permanence and brilliant color reproduction with accurate color rendition and smooth tones. Size refers to paper used. Made in America
 
Coat of Arms - Parliament House - Canberra Photograph
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The Australian Coat of Arms, featuring an emu and kangaroo, are above the entrance to Parliament House in Canberra, Australia . Available in 3 sizes - 7x10,10.5x14.5, and 16x22.
 
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