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Published by printed by Sands for the N.S.W. Bookstall Co. in Sydney .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Australia -- History

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. illus., port., facs.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16557048M

    A ceremony is held in Centennial Park, Sydney, to mark the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia. Federal parliament opens on 9 May. Primary Australian History: Book G. Menu for the Naval and Military Banquet in the Sydney Town Hall on 5 January The event formed part of the Australian Commonwealth Celebrations and was a commemoration of the Ceremonial Swearing in of The Earl of Hopetoun, as first Governor General of The Commonwealth of Australia. It was used by Mr William John Ferris, a member of NSW Parliament at the time.

    Souvenir of the Inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth, , State Library of New South Wales. Getting it Together - From Colonies to Federation A middle years resource to inspire Australians to celebrate, debate and experience the past, present and future of Australia’s democracy.   The First Edition of this catalogue, then named the "Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue", was issued in In , under a new publisher and editor, it was renamed the "Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue". In the catalogue was acquired by Brusden-White, who released a loose-leaf edition in

      The Australian Constitution came into force with the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia in January The Constitution was originally laid out in a UK act- the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act (63 & 64 Victoria c12). It . Invitation to the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia. , Photograph, PRG /1/4/ An invitation to Arthur Searcy to attend celebrations in Sydney on 1st January in connection with the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia. Programme for the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth.


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Item HT Booklet - Souvenir of the Inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth, Summary Federation souvenir booklet of the Inauguration of the Australian. Details Title Souvenir of the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth, Australia - a nation Call Number MSSer Item Booklet printed and published by E Whitehead & Co to commemorate of the Inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia, on 1 January As well as portraits of Queen Victoria, the Governor-General Lord Hopetoun, and members of the first federal ministry, the booklet contains photographs of celebratory events held in Sydney at the time of the inauguration.

From the book "Souvenir of the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth" (page 22). Published. Medium [picture] Physical Description. 1 negative: b& w ; 10 x cm. Series. Australia Federation, referendum, Part Of.

In collection: Australia Federation, 1901. book. Officers of the Australian Federal League in New South Wales, which ran the elections for the New South Wales Federal Party, Organising Committee, United Federal Executive. From the book "Souvenir of the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth" (page 12) [picture].

Souvenir of the Inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia - January 1, Comment. viewsViews:   This silent black-and-white clip shows part of the Great Inaugural Procession through the streets of Sydney on 1 January to mark the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia.

Souvenir of the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia (PDF MB) Ode for Commonwealth day (PDF KB) Swearing in ceremony (PDF KB) Inaugural celebrations at Sydney: official programme (PDF MB) Sydney Morning Herald, January 2 (PDF MB) Naval and military banquet (PDF 92KB) State banquet (PDF KB) Official programme.

{{Citation | title=[Souvenir ceremonial invitations, issued by the Commonwealth Government and the Parliament of Victoria to Mr. W.A. Barton for the celebrations for the inauguration of the Commonwealth in ] | author1=Barton, W.

(Wilfred Alexander Barton), | author2=Austin, G. H | author3=Ashton, Julian, | author4=Ashton, Howard, | author5=Sands. Author: New South Wales. Government Printing Office Published: 1st January, Call number: PXD To celebrate the inauguration of the Commonwealth on 1 Januarya procession of Commonwealth and Imperial troops marched through the city streets, which were decorated with temporary arches.

The Wool arch was in Bridge Street and this parade of light horsemen can be seen. The Commonwealth of Australia was created on 1 Januarywhen the separate colonies came together to become a nation. The official Head of State is Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, who is represented in Australia by the Governor-General.

The Indian contingent in Macquarie Street, Sydney,passing the Australian Club. From the book "Souvenir of the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth" page iv. This is a certificate issued by the Australian Commonwealth to individuals to commemorate the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth on 1st January This certificate is for Harriet H.

Robertson in the town of Essendon. A pictorial souvenir published by E Whitehead & Co, Melbourne, to commemorate the Federation of Australia on 1 January Australia became a nation when the six self-governing colonies united in The Commonwealth of Australia was inaugurated on 1 January in Centennial Park, Sydney.

In March, elections were held for the new Federal Parliament, and in May the celebrations focused on. Inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth, Sydney, 1st January - Procession in Bridge Street 1st January,   Inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia. Tuesday June 20 was a red-letter day in Australian history.

It was the day on which the people of New South Wales — the best and wealthiest of the Australian Colonies — had to decide whether they were willing to accept the Federation Bill.

Souvenir of the proclamation of the Australian Commonwealth, January 1st, Publication date Total pages pages: illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm Publisher Commonwealth Publishing Co Place of Publication Sydney.

Souvenir of the Inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth,State Library of New South Wales. Proposed representation in a new federal parliament. The House of Representatives Number of representatives per colony.

The Senate Number of representatives per colony. On 8 January an anonymous Australian ‘special correspondent’ for the London Morning Post recorded the momentous events that had taken place in Sydney one week earlier.

As midnight struck, hymns, choruses and a ‘tumultuous uproar’ sounded in the streets; whistles, bells, gongs and the clanging of kitchen utensils joined the hooting and shrieking of people, boats and steam pipes.

Inauguration of the Commonwealth (). This is possibly the first feature-length documentary made in Australia and the first Australian film to use multi-camera coverage.Souvenir of the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia: the Sydney celebrations, January 1st, [Melbourne: E.

Whitehead & Co., ] Rare Books SInauguration of the Commonwealth (or Inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth) was a Australian documentary film made by the Limelight Department of The Salvation was commissioned by the Government of New South Wales to record the Commonwealth Celebration Day.

It was Australia's first feature-length documentary film, going for 35 minutes.