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Leichhardt

Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig . 1813--48, Australian explorer, born in Prussia. He disappeared during an attempt to cross Australia from East to West
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As a result the Leichhardt and Marrickville councils unanimously passed resolutions to support the introduction of care worker parking permit schemes in their respective areas.
His paean to the 'honoured lost one' Leichhardt was remarkably similar to John Nicholson's (5).
This neighborhood is more diffuse than Oxford Street: it is focused on Newtown, four kilometers from the CBD, and spreads out to encompass the adjacent suburbs of Camperdown, Erskineville, Enmore, Leichhardt, and Marrickville.
In April 1848, Ludwig Leichhardt and six other men traveled west from the Queensland frontier, heading for the Swan River settlement in Western Australia, but they never arrived.
Testing at Leichhardt Colliery, Gray (1982) found that, the measured core sample permeability was less than 5 mD, whereas the bulk permeability was found to be in the order of 200 mD, along the cleat.
dije, aun saboreando el olor de la noche arbolada del barrio urbano de Leichhardt.
However, the Roosters ran out 42-28 winners when the pair met at Leichhardt Oval in week 15.
The front lower jaw bone was found near an abandoned road crossing along the Leichhardt River, near Floraville station, on July 10.
Once on scene it will provide assistance as required and remain on station until the third tug, the PB Leichhardt, arrives and has connected a tow line," AMSA said in an update.
His department earmarked Cabramatta, Haberfield, Leichhardt and Harris Park as examples of suburbs they want to promote to tourists for their restaurants and specialised fresh food stores.
The curfew has been imposed by the Leichhardt local government area after deputy mayor Michele McKenzie's son rescued a brushtail possum and its baby after enduring a cat attack.

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