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by James Ritchie Grant

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  • ISBN 095897702X
  • ISBN13 978-0958977029
  • Author James Ritchie Grant
  • Publisher John Burridge Military Antiques (1988)
  • Pages 91
  • Formats mobi lrf lit mbr
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  • Size ePub 1124 kb
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Moore was also involved in the Western Australian militia, commencing a long career as a private with the BRV (Bunbury Rifle . Grant, James Ritchie, Officers of the Western Australian defence force, 1861-1901, Perth 1988.

Moore was also involved in the Western Australian militia, commencing a long career as a private with the BRV (Bunbury Rifle Volunteers) in 1894. By 1900 he had risen to captain and was instrumental in assisting in the formation of the BVR Mounted Infantry Section, which was later incorporated into the WAMI (Western Australian Mounted Infantry). After the Commonwealth reorganisation of 1903, the unit was renamed the 18th (WAMI) Australian Light Horse. Australian Light Horse Studies Centre Western Australian Mounted Infantry 1900–1920.

Moore was also involved in the Western Australian militia, commencing a long career as a private with the BRV (Bunbury Rifle . Australian Light Horse Studies Centre Western Australian Mounted Infantry 1900-1920.

In 1901, Moore contested the Western Australian Legislative Assembly seat of Bunbury, but was unsuccessful. In 1904 he contested the seat again and won. In August 1905, he was appointed Minister for Lands and Agriculture in Cornthwaite Rason's government. Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Newton Moore.

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