ANSWER 1 - d.
The Commonwealth provided seventy-five pounds, a journal called the "Review of Reviews" provided seventy-five pounds, and the Havelock Tobacco Company gave fifty pounds sponsorship.
ANSWER 2- c.
There were 32,823 entries from an estimated population in 1901 of around 3.6 million \'85ie one per cent of the total population responded to the competition. This is equivalent to 200,000 entries today.
ANSWER 3: The formal name of the Southern Cross is "Crux Australis" and the individual stars are named by the first five letters of the Greek alphabet in order of brightness (clockwise from the bottom star) Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta & Epsilon.
ANSWER 4: Australian National Flag Day is celebrated on 3 September each year -the winning design for the flag competition was unveiled at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne on 3 September 1901.
ANSWER 5 - c. A.B. "Banjo" Paterson , during World War I.
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