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The Troubles of Australian Federation

By Barton, George Burnett

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Title: The Troubles of Australian Federation  
Author: Barton, George Burnett
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Excerpt: THE Commonwealth of Australia has been inaugurated in Sydney with all the pride, pomp, and circumstance that can be brought to bear on the occasion. The Earl of Hopetoun, first of a long line of Governors?General, was welcomed on his official landing on the shores of Port Jackson by hundreds of thousands of people gathered together from all parts of this Continent, and from many other corners of the British dominions. For some time prior to the event the mighty task of devising the most appropriate forms, functions, and ceremonies, without regard to expense, had absorbed the energies of the Government of New South Wales, aided by a Parliamentary and a citizens? committee, with numerous sectional sub?committees, to say nothing of a host of newspaper correspondents brim?full of the silliest possible suggestions for their consideration. With all this brain?power devoted to the simple object of constructing a gorgeous pageant, beautifying the city of Sydney, and providing a round of entertainments during the first week of the year, it would have been strange indeed if the spectacle then presented did not rival a Venetian carnival. One of the most attractive features in the programme will be contributed by the Imperial Government. The Duke of York will visit Australia for the special purpose of opening the first session of the Federal Parliament, and a select body of troops, to the number of 1,000, chosen from the finest regiments in the army, and representing every branch of the service, will form His Royal Highness?s guard of honour.

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Table of Contents: The Troubles Of Australian Federation, 1 -- G. B. Barton, 1

 

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