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EASTICK, Thomas (Charles) (1900 - 1988), Chairman, Standing Committee, ‘Call to the People of Australia’, 1951–54; President, El Alamein Group (SA), 1946–60; Chairman of Trustees, Poppy Day Fund (Inc.), 1950–77; President of Australia Day Council, S Australian Branch (Federal), 1962–65 and 1976–78; Chairman of Trustees, Services Cemeteries Trust; Deputy Chairman, World War II Fund

MARTIN, Norman (Angus) (1893 - 1978), Resident Director in Australasia for Thomas Cook and Son, since 1950; Director several cos; Chairman: Victorian Inland Meat Authority, 1958–73; Australia Day Council

ALDERSON, Harold George (1891 - 1978), Patron of the Olympic Federation of Australia (formerly Chairman for 45 years); Hon. Secretary Anniversary Day Regatta since 1920; Life Member, New South Wales Olympic Council (President, 1926–73)

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Formerly known as First Landing Day, Anniversary Day, and Foundation Day, commemorates 26 January 1788, when Captain Arthur Phillip raised the Union Jack and declared the foundation of the Colony ...

Subjects: Australasian and Pacific History.


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