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  1. THE HEART OF PARIS. HOTEL DE VILLE.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 21 December 1906 p 3 Article
    ... brief visit to the Paris Hotel de Ville, few persons outside side France probably realised the full ... splendour oo. the kings of France, the Hotel de Villo in Paris is essentially , the - monument . of the ... France. While Paris is the brain of France, the Hotel de Vllle is the hea.rt of Paris and if the history ... 367 words
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  2. BLOOD STAINED MILLINERY.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 30 November 1906 p 3 Article
    ... BLOOD STAINED MILLINERY. Paris. wholesale destruction, for purposes pIess of millinery, of certain ... England and France may be com ,uted at 1,500,000. Germany exports yearly twentyr million fnthers which arc - worked up in England into hat trimiuings.-"L'AviCulteur,"- Paris. ... 73 words
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  3. WOLVES IN FRANCE. ALSO WILD BOARS.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 25 May 1906 p 4 Article
    ... WOLVES IN FRANCE.. ALSO WILD BOARS. W·olves and wild boars (writes the Paris correspondent of the ... and the south-west of France. Peasants are now hunting the wolves in the Loire and Rhone districts. ... hundreds of them have been shot. The carcases are sent every day to the markets'of Paris, Bordeaux, and ... 182 words
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  4. FRENCH IGNORANCE OF THE BIBLE.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 10 May 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 3 Article
    ... to bring it out li h miireuch translation in Paris. "But,''. h stfIii, "ou rntmust give us on-. other title. .Nobody in France knows. "who. Cain is."' O :Mr Stead repeating this to iiotne literary felonds in Paris, they declared the publisher was right.) "Are none of -the Biblical " characters known ... 246 words
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  5. THE TWO MILLINERS. A PARISIAN SENSATION.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 2 November 1906 p 4 Article
    ... France. Coming to Paris, she set steadily to work .to find her former partner, Blanche Biretti, and ... THE TWO MILLINERS. A PARISIAN SENSATION. Two milliners of Paris, -after a rather romantic series of adventures, had (wrote the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Daily Telegraph" on 9th August) a ... 320 words
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  6. AEROPLANE SUCCESS. IN PARIS.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Tuesday 10 September 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 5 Article
    ... AEROPLANE SUCCESS. IN PARIS. From Paris on July 17th the correspondent pondent of the London "Daily Mail" :- In the presence of M. Archdeacon, pre sident of the Aviation Committee of the Aero Club of France, and other inter ested spectators,. M. Blerlot ascended yesterday in his aeroplane, the ... 156 words
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  7. KING EDWARD AND FRANCE. A FANTASTIC VOLUME.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 1 March 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 3 Article
    ... 1. F.lourens : " Edward VII. reigns in London and governs in Paris. In France his aiutho:'ity has ... KING EDWARD AND FRANCE. A FANTASTIC VOLUME. King E]dward has received many t.ributes for the ... ex-Minfistr of F'?reign Affairs in France, who -has published a volume, entitled " La France Con ... 578 words
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  8. FOILED BY DEATH. AN INTENDING SUICIDE.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 19 October 1906 p 4 Article
    ... FOILED BY DEATH. * AN INTENDING Paris. An extraordinary case, in which a man named Grant died while attempting to hang himself, was heard before the Bath Coroner on 9th August. Grant (writes the ... snerll'e now. - "La France Mili. itre,' Pa s.- - . ... 186 words
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  9. GAMBLING. AS A SOURCE OF REVENUE.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 24 May 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 4 Article
    ... GAMBLING. AS ,A SOURCE OF REVENUE. "L'Eclair" (Paris, Feb. 22) expresses the opinion that the best solution of the gambling problem in France would be' the Government to farm out the right no carry ... might be set up in Paris 'under the same strict con ditions which obtain in Monaco, forbid ding ... 201 words
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  10. FRENCH WINES. SOME DEMONSTRATORS.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Tuesday 6 August 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 4 Article
    ... F.RENCH WINES. SOME DEMONSTRATORS. .On 6th June the special correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote from Paris: The South of France Railway Company pany is making unprecedented prepara tions *to ... Bordeaux and even Paris. To-day the scenes in the streets of Montpellier were extraordinary. The city was ... 195 words
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  11. MAN IN A "TRANCE." A PARISIAN STORY.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Tuesday 1 October 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 4 Article
    ... MAN IN A "TRANCE." A PARISIAN STORY. From Paris on 28th July the correspondent of the "Da ... that he was a native of Paris Ia!nnti Klein, that he fell ill in. New York, un:l was s'ent back to France by lMrs Plorpont Morgan,. who gave him a che lue for L25, telling, him only to cash it when all ... 238 words
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  12. FRENCH WINE TROUBLE.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 16 August 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 5 Article
    ... FRENCH WINE TROUBLE. The "Times" of 24th May, referring to the recent wine riots in France, states ... people in many countries to substitute mineral i(ater or milk for wine. At all the Paris restaur ... consumption pf beer amo g 'all 'classes, particularly since the last two Paris Exhibitions. The "bock" ... 684 words
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  13. CONSCRIPTION. AS IN WEALTHY FRANCE.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Tuesday 27 August 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 5 Article
    ... CONSCRIPTION. AS IN WEALTHY FRANCE. The clever writer from Paris" in London "Truth" Tiru??" ... Marquis' do .Noailles when he acnoted as 'Ambassador to France, which is run upon by young ... together. is called by the landlord " la Chambre de Paris." ;One :of the customers is a duke's son, and ... 397 words
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  14. WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Tuesday 9 July 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 5 Article
    ... WHITE SLAVE Review." The report has been issued of the International ternational conference on the white slave traffic in Paris In October last. France, England, Belgium, Spain, Ger many, ... This showed' very clearly that in France and many parts of the Continent certain places of amusement ... 293 words
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  15. ANTI-MILITARISM IN FRANCE. GENERAL PICQUART'S VIEWS.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 19 July 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 4 Article
    ... ANTI-MILITARISM IN FRANCE. GENERAL PICQUART'S Gazette." Paris, 29th April.-General Picquart,. Minister of War, Interviewed by a representative sentative of the 'Matin," declared that anti-militarism ... as it is organised in France to-day: "It is because the Army proceeds from the most democratic ... 239 words
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  16. PEKIN TO PARIS. THE MOTOR RACE.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Tuesday 2 July 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 3 Article
    ... PEKIN TO PARIS. THE MOTOR News." All Paris is astir at the departure for Pekin of the eighteen competitors npeti tors who are to take part in the famous Pekin-Paris motor run, or Ianised by the ... desert, Siberia, the Ural Moun tains, South Russia, Germany, and, finally, France. Starting from ... 479 words
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  17. AIRSHIP TRIUMPH. FRENCH ARMY SUCCESS. FLIGHTS OVER PARIS.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Tuesday 3 September 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 4 Article
    ... AIRSHIP TRIUMPH. FRENCH ARMY SUCCESS. I FLIGHTS OVER PARIS. From Paris, on July 8th, the corres ... way against the wind at a speed of twenty-five miles an hour towards Paris. It seemed to behave re markably well; for on approaching Paris its conductors sent it up to a great height, and it answered ... 590 words
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  18. AERIAL WARFARE. ITS NEW POSSIBILITIES.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Tuesday 24 September 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 4 Article
    ... AERIAL WARFARE. ITS NEW July." France, which built the first ironclad and led the way in the cycle ... review in Paris last -week, the cigar shaped airship, "La Patrie" success fuilly executed a series of ... ascent and manmuvred about over the city of Paris for several hours. In a subsequent interview M. ... 688 words
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  19. LEGION OF HONOR. SOCIALIST MINISTER'S DECORATION. TAKE AWAY THAT BAUBLE.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 12 April 1907 Edition: AFTERNOONS p 4 Article
    ... * of " the -"Daily News" writes from Paris on 17th January:-M. ary: M. Viviani, Minister of Labor, ... has an office in Paris, has summoned a meet ing extraordinary, and at this meeting has been yassed a ... throughout France. It is to be submitted to a meeting of the.-National Council of the Social. Unified ... 287 words
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  20. NAPOLEON III. AN IMPERIAL ANNIVERSARY.
    The Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1904 - 1907) Friday 18 May 1906 p 4 Article
    ... NAPOLEON III. AN IMPERIAL' ANNIVERSARY. In 'some. few. 'Catholic ..churches in Paris, at St. Mary's, Chislchurst, and in -the.. handsome' built by the Empress Eugenie jg.ugenle 'at' ... France by the Decrees of 13S0.--"Westmlnstr Gazette." No Cause for Alarm.--"Only fancy, Charlie,' I ... 278 words
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