New South Wales Data Contains property sales information provided under licence from the Land and Property Information (“LPI”).RP Data Pty Ltd trading as Core Logic is authorised as a Property Sales Information provider by the LPI.In 1917 he was vice-president of the No Imperial Federation League.That year he defeated ex-Laborite Thomas Crawford for the seat of Marrickville in the Legislative Assembly.Buried in Rookwood cemetery, he was survived by his wife and a son.Hubert Peter Lazzarini (1886-1952), a Labor member of the Federal parliament in 1919--52, was his brother.Carlo Camillo Lazzarini (1880-1952), tailor and politician, was born on 24 April 1880 at Wombat, New South Wales, son of Piedro Lazzarini, labourer, of Italy, and his wife Hannah, née Stubbs, of Sydney.Educated at the Young convent and public school, he was apprenticed to a tailor.
He took part in Catholic social activities and became a district secretary of the Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society.The event might also be the first that Apple holds in the Steve Jobs theatre, the new auditorium that is being built specifically for these kind of events on its spaceship-like campus in California.But recent videos have shown that work is still ongoing and so it still may not be ready in time.This information has been obtained by RP Data Pty Ltd trading as Core Logic and is subject to the following copyright: RP Data Pty Ltd trading as Core Logic Notice/Disclaimer © 2017 Copyright RP Data Pty Ltd trading as Core Logic (Core Logic), Local, State, and Commonwealth Governments. No reproduction, publication, adaption, modification, public communication, distribution or transmission of the copyrighted materials in this publication is permitted whether in whole or in part.
The copyrighted materials in this publication are provided for personal or internal business purposes only unless otherwise agreed in writing.Lazzarini maintained his rage against Lang and by 1936 was one of the few caucus members openly opposed to 'one-man control'. He remained a strong critic of Lang, and in 1938 joined Heffron in the Industrial Labor Party and was part of the pressure that led to a unity conference in August next year, at which the Lang forces were defeated.