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Adelaide is the capital city of the state of South Australia, and the fifth-most populous city of Australia.
Sir Arthur Campbell Rymill (8 December 1907 – 27 March 1989) was a businessman, solicitor and Lord Mayor of Adelaide, South Australia.
The Australian Dictionary of Biography (ADB or AuDB) is a national co-operative enterprise founded and maintained by the Australian National University (ANU) to produce authoritative biographical articles on eminent people in Australia's history.
Bon Bon Reserve is a private protected area located in the Australian state of South Australia, west of the town of Roxby Downs in the Woomera Prohibited Area.
Broken Hill is an inland mining city in the far west of outback New South Wales, Australia.
Brompton is an area located near the district of Knightsbridge in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London.
Canowie or Canowie Station is a pastoral lease located about north west of Hallett and south west of Terowie in the state of South Australia.
Clay pigeon shooting, also known as clay target shooting, and formally known as Inanimate Bird Shooting, is the art of shooting a firearm at special flying targets, known as clay pigeons or clay targets.
The Country Women’s Association of Australia (CWA or CWAA) is the largest women's organisation in Australia.
Edmund William Wright (4 April 1824 – 5 August 1888) was a London-born Australian architect, engineer and businessman who was Mayor of Adelaide in 1859.
Frank Potts (11 July 1815 – 15 December 1890) was the founder of Bleasdale winery at Langhorne Creek, South Australia, which has remained in the Potts family to the present day.
Gawler Place is a major laneway in the city centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.
George Dutton Green (1 May 1850 – 27 April 1911) was a land agent, auctioneer and politician in the colony of South Australia.
Hamilton is a large town in south-western Victoria, Australia, at the intersection of the Glenelg Highway and the Henty Highway.
Helen Mary Mayo, OBE (1 October 1878 – 13 November 1967) was an Australian medical doctor and medical educator, born and raised in Adelaide.
Sir Henry Ayers GCMG (1 May 1821 – 11 June 1897) was the eighth Premier of South Australia, serving a record five times between 1863 and 1873.
Henry Way Rymill CBE (9 October 1907 – 8 January 1971) was Chief Commissioner of Scouts in South Australia from 1936, and for six years Commodore of the Royal South Australia Yacht Squadron.
Holden, formally known as General Motors Holden, is an Australian automobile importer and a former automobile manufacturer with its headquarters in Port Melbourne, Victoria.
A hydroplane (or hydro, or thunderboat) is a fast motorboat, where the hull shape is such that at speed, the weight of the boat is supported by planing forces, rather than simple buoyancy.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is an international humanitarian movement with approximately 17 million volunteers, members and staff worldwide which was founded to protect human life and health, to ensure respect for all human beings, and to prevent and alleviate human suffering.
Java (Indonesian: Jawa; Javanese: ꦗꦮ; Sundanese) is an island of Indonesia.
John Benjamin Graham (8 March 1813 – 8 November 1876) was an English settler in the early days of South Australia, who became very wealthy thanks to his mining interests, then left the colony, but not before establishing a mansion for many years known as "Graham's Castle".
John Riddoch Rymill (13 March 1905 – 7 September 1968) was an Australian polar explorer, who had the rare second clasp added to his Polar Medal.
John Spalvins, (born Janis Gunnars Spalvins, 1936) in Latvia, was Managing Director of the Adelaide Steamship Company from 1977 until the company's collapse in 1991.
Sir Josiah Henry Symon KCMG (27 September 184629 March 1934), Scottish-Australian lawyer and politician, was a member of the Australian Senate in the First Australian Parliament, and an Attorney-General of Australia.
Kerry Matthew Stokes AC, born John Patrick Alford on 13 September 1940, is an Australian businessman.
Kooyonga Golf Club is a private golf club in Australia, located in South Australia at Lockleys, a suburb west of Adelaide.
Leabrook is a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia in the City of Burnside.
The Liberal and Country League (LCL) was the major conservative party in South Australia from 1932 to 1974.
Mitcham is an inner-southern suburb of Adelaide in the City of Mitcham.
The National Council of Women of Australia (NWA) is an Australian organisation founded in 1931.
The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire is a British order of chivalry, rewarding contributions to the arts and sciences, work with charitable and welfare organisations, and public service outside the Civil service.
Pirie Street is a road on the east side of the centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.
Port Adelaide is a port-side region of Adelaide, approximately northwest of the Adelaide CBD.
A prisoner of war (POW) is a person, whether combatant or non-combatant, who is held in custody by a belligerent power during or immediately after an armed conflict.
Prospect is the seat of the City of Prospect and an inner northern suburb of greater Adelaide.
Sir Richard Chaffey Baker (22 June 1842 – 18 March 1911), generally referred to by his full name, was an Australian politician.
The River Torrens is the most significant river of the Adelaide Plains and was one of the reasons for the siting of the city of Adelaide, capital of South Australia.
The Royal Adelaide Golf Club (often referred to as Seaton) is a private Australian golf club located in the Adelaide suburb of Seaton, northwest of the city centre.
Seaton is a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia, located in the western suburbs near Findon, Grange and West Lakes.
Shepperton is a suburban village in the borough of Spelthorne, in the county of Surrey in England, southwest of Charing Cross, London, bounded by the Thames to the south and much of the east and which is in the northwest bisected by the M3 motorway.
Shylie Katherine Rymill née Blue (16 May 1882 – 3 April 1959) was State Commissioner of Girl Guides in South Australia from 1938 to 1950.
The Silver Fish is the highest adult award in Girlguiding.
The Silver Wolf is the highest award made by The Scout Association "for services of the most exceptional character." It is an unrestricted gift of the Chief Scout.
The South Australian Brewing Company, Limited, was established in February 1888 as the South Australian Brewing, Malting, and Wine and Spirit Company by the amalgamation of Sir Edwin Thomas Smith's Kent Town Brewery, William Knox Simms's West End Brewery and the wine and spirit merchants Rounsevell & Simms (W. B. Rounsevell and Alfred Simms).
South Australian Jockey Club is the principal race club in South Australia, Australia.
South Australian Mining Association was a no-liability company which established several mines in South Australia, notably the "Grey Wheal", or north mine at Burra, which made a fortune for its promoters, the "Snobs", while the adjacent southern claim, by the Princess Royal Company ("Nobs") proved worthless.
The Register, originally the South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register, and later South Australian Register, was South Australia's first newspaper.
The Advertiser is a conservative, daily tabloid-format newspaper published in the city of Adelaide, South Australia.
The Barrier Miner was a daily English language broadsheet newspaper published in Broken Hill in far western New South Wales from 1888 to 1974.
The Border Watch is an Australian newspaper based in Mount Gambier, South Australia, owned by the Scott Group of Companies.
The Chronicle was a South Australian weekly newspaper which evolved through a series of titles.
The Traralgon Record was a weekly newspaper published in Traralgon, Victoria from 1883 to 1932.
The Unitarian Church of South Australia, Inc., is an independent and self-governed church affiliated with the worldwide Unitarian Universalist movement, a member of the Australia and New Zealand Unitarian Universalist Association, and an affiliate member of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Wallaroo is a port town on the western side of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, northwest of Adelaide.
Sir Walter Watson Hughes (22 August 1803 – 1 January 1887)Dirk Van Dissel, '', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 4, MUP, 1972, pp 440-441.
Watervale is a town on the Horrocks Highway in the Clare Valley, South Australia, approximately 9 kilometres north of Auburn and 15 kilometres south of Clare.
The Western Mail, or Western Mail, was the name of two weekly newspapers published in Perth, Western Australia.
William Sanders (5 August 1801 – 3 August 1880) was a pastoralist and businessman in South Australia.
Yankalilla is an agriculturally based town situated on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, located 72 km south of the state's capital of Adelaide.
Yardea Station is a pastoral lease in the Australian state of South Australia that operates as a sheep station.