This same device was used on the Ordinances of Western Australia in 1858, and appears on reprints of earlier Acts which were made in that year.On 17th August, 1869, an Order in Council was issued authorising the Governors of Colonies to fly the Union Flag with the Arms or Badge of the Colony in the centre.
The Reserve Bank complies with the provisions of the and makes records open to the public 20 years from the date of their creation.
However, in most instances the Bank goes further to make records available to the public 15 years from their creation date, with this early release at the Bank's discretion.
The note, which will offer a greater autonomy to an estimated 360,000 blind or visually impaired people in Australia, also has new security features that will help protect against counterfeiting, including a "world-first clear top-to-bottom window".
Key design aspects of the existing bank notes, such as the colour, size and the faces printed on them, will remain the same to help the Australian public recognise the new notes as they come into circulation.
The earliest record held in the Reserve Bank Archives is a legal document from September 1824 between John Austin and Thomas Wylde, relating to the sale of land in New South Wales.
This document, part of the Savings Bank of New South Wales collection, is thought to have originally come from an earlier bank called Campbell's Bank, which was established in Sydney in 1819.
The second is how we think about the low inflation outcomes in Australia in the context of our flexible medium-term inflation target.
And the third is decisions on monetary policy by the Reserve Bank Board over recent times. This first graph (Graph 1) shows the average rate of inflation for a range of countries over the past two years (the blue bars) as well as the average rate over the past 20 years (the black dots).
'It is such an honour that Dad is being considered to be remembered forever on Australian currency.
His legacy will continue to inspire us all, he truly changed the world,' she told News Corp Australia.
A circular from the Secretary of State notified the Governors of this fact, and Frederick A.