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Listed under:  Language  >  Text types  >  Informative texts  >  Certificates
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Certificate presented by the Borough of Wangaratta, 1901

This is a coloured certificate that was produced by the Borough of Wangaratta. It features two female figures: Australia on the left facing Britannia on the right. There are black-and-white images of Queen Victoria and Wangaratta State School. Printed on the certificate is the following: 'AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH / ADVANCE ...

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Exemption from the dictation test, 1941

This is a duplicate copy of 'CERTIFICATE EXEMPTING FROM DICTATION TEST.' No. 063 of Book 563, completed and signed by George Mitchell, the Controller of Customs for New South Wales, in 1941. The Certificate contains two photographs of Chee Tong (Gock Chee Tong), the man granted the Certificate of exemption. Chee's details ...

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Exemption from the dictation test, 1908

This is a duplicate copy of 'CERTIFICATE EXEMPTING FROM DICTATION TEST.', No. 08/477, completed and signed by John Baxter, the acting Controller of Customs for New South Wales. The Certificate contains two photographs of Go Gee, the woman granted the Certificate of exemption. Go Gee's details appear on the form, including ...

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'Honour the Brave' certificate, J Ah Yee, 1918

This is a black-and-white certificate titled 'Honour the Brave'. The certificate reads: 'Honour the Brave. Patriotic Committee District of Paynesville. Presented to Mr. James Ah Yee By the PEOPLE OF PAYNESVILLE in grateful appreciation of his Services for King and Country in the Great War. Dated at Paynesville, 17th Aug, ...

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Convict pass, 1837

This is a black-and-white pass giving permission for a convict holding a 'ticket-of-leave' in Tasmania to pass from Longford to Campbell Town and back between 5 March and 4 June 1837. It was used by Thomas Ballard to travel to the house of Mr David Murray. On his arrival at Campbell Town, Ballard was to hand it to a police ...