Portal:Australia/Anniversaries/July

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July 1

Victoria

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July 2

King O'Malley
  • 1858 – Possible birth date of King O'Malley, one of the more colourful characters of the early federal period of Australian political history. He claimed to have been born in Canada which would have made him a British subject, if he was born in Vermont, as was likely, he would have been ineligible for a seat in Australian parliament.
  • 1974 – Birth date of Matthew Reilly, Australian thriller writer.

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July 3

Sugar

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July 4

Steve Fossett

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July 5

John Curtin

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July 6

Elizabeth Macurthur: oil painting by an unknown artist; from the collection of the [State Library of New South Wales

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July 7

Lord Howe Island

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July 8

  • 1882Percy Grainger, Australian pianist and composer, born in Melbourne.
  • 1936 – The Federal Government announces an increase in military training strength, in response to the rise of fascism in Europe.
  • 1963Margaret Court becomes the first Australian woman to win the Women's Singles tennis championship at Wimbledon.
  • 1991 – The first share offer for the newly privatised Commonwealth Bank.
  • 2005 – Defecting Chinese diplomat Chen Yonglin is awarded a protection visa.

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July 9

Bonn Scott

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July 10

Lachlan Macquarie

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July 11

Skylab

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July 12

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July 13

Ben Chifley

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July 14

Crawford Vaughan

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July 15

Charles La Trobe

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July 16

The toilets of St Brigid's; the reason for the 1962 School Strike

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July 17

Bluebird CN7 at Lake Eyre

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July 18

Red ribbon

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July 19

Members of the Australian 53rd Battalion on July 19, 1916 before the Battle of Fromelles. Only three of the men pictured survived the battle; all three were wounded.

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July 20

The Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Canberra

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July 21

George Gawler

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July 22

Flag Ratio: 1:2

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July 23

The ruins of Pozières looking north, 28 August

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July 24

VCNevilleReginaldHowse.jpg

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July 25

Alice Springs

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July 26

The Korean War Memorial in Canberra

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July 27

NSW Coat of Arms

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July 28

Waratah

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July 29

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July 30

La Mama Theatre, Carlton

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July 31

A game of Australian football at the Richmond Paddock in the 1860s. (A wood engraving made by Robert Bruce on July 27, 1866.)

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