Dominion Day


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a legal holiday in Canada commemorating receiving Dominion status in 1867

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Overseas, the band was highly regarded, even receiving an entry in the War Diary for Dominion Day 1918: "their excellent music, greatly assisted in entertaining the crowd and making the holiday a success.
DOMINION DAY IN NEW ZEALAND 1580: Sir Francis Drake arrived back in Plymouth in the Golden Hind - originally the Pelican - after 33 months, to make him the first Englishman to circumnavigate the world.
On 25 September, on the eve of Dominion Day, the NZIIA President Russell Marshall launched Dominion of New Zealand: Statesmen and Status 1907--1945 at a ceremony at Victoria University of Wellington, The book's author is W.
His last Grade 1 victory came in the 2004 Jockey Club Gold Cup at Belmont Park and his last victory of any kind came in the Dominion Day Handicap at Woodbine a year ago.
While the general story of the trek and its violent termination in Regina on Dominion Day, 1935, is well known, Bill Waiser provides the first substantial history of those events in this compelling and well-written narrative.
On July 1, Dominion Day, the Corps played host to Prime Minister Sir Robert Borden, the Duke of Connaught, General Pershing, and thousands of Allied soldiers at the Corps Sports Meet.
Woodbine Dominion Day Stakes G3 1m2f dirt Funny Cide notched his tenth career success on his first venture outside the US when making all to beat compatriot Nolan's Cat by a length and a half under Richard Migliore.
But then our big moments were the annual Church Parade, Trooping the Colour on Dominion Day (now called Canada Day) and the general's inspection just before or after our great tactical manoeuvre.
September 26, events from history | Dominion Day in New Zealand | 1580: Sir Francis Drake arrived back in Plymouth in the Golden Hind - originally the Pelican - after 33 months, to make him the first Englishman to circumnavigate the world.
Like an inherited paranoia from our dominion days, the assumed dangerous powers of a native Head of State haunts this model.
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