Saturday was the day eagerly looked forward to by the public, general-[?] and especially the scholars and [?]. P. and C. Association ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 715 words
The members' competition on Saturday afternoon last was a Canadian Foursome. Sixteen pairs took out cards, and ...Article : 634 words
AM. J. Chivell was called upon to propose the toast in honor of the Hon. R. T. Ball. In doing so he stated that for 25 years Mr. Ball had been ...Article : 317 words
The members of the official party then proceeded to the interior of the building, or rather to the assembly room. Here they took seats before ...Article : 792 words
At the conclusion of the civic reception, the members of the municipal council formed a deputation to Mr. Bavin, and placed before him ...Article : 85 words
Sirs,--A matter of greater importance to you than anything that has previously confronted you is be. ...Article : 103 words
On leaving the hospital, they proceeded straight to the new Corowa Intermediate High School building, where there was already a large ...Article : 1,021 words
The arrangements for Saturday morning were delayed somewhat by the late arrival of the Premier and his party. They were scheduled to ...Article : 194 words
At the conclusion, of the school Mrs. W. E. Sargood entertained Mesdames Bavin and Ball at the C.W.A. Rest Room, River street, ...Article : 184 words
The usual monthly meeting was held on Friday last, about 30 ladies being present. The receipts for the month were ...Article : 146 words
The exact dates of opening of Corowa public school is not revealed by the records available, but it appears to have been some ...Article : 1,895 words
After the ceremony at the Monument, a move was made to the Council Chambers, where a civic reception was tendered to the Ministers ...Article : 1,547 words
On Saturday evening the Premier and Minister, together with their wives, were again entertained at dinner at the Royal Hotel as guests of ...Article : 135 words
Mr. Ball, who had been invited to unveil the second of the mural tablets in commemoration of the work done by, Mr. S. W. Thompson in ...Article : 920 words
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