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CANADIAN REGIMENT. DETACHMENT VISITS BALMORAL. THE KING'S APPRECIATION. LONDON, Sept. 13. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 14 September 1910 page Article 2015-05-10 13:29 recognition of tho spirit of earnest
recognition of the spirit of earnest
CANADIAN REGIMENT. DETACHMENT VISITS BALMORAL. THE KING'S APPRECIATION. LONDON, Sept. 13. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 14 September 1910 page Article 2015-05-10 13:19 DETACITMENT VISITS BALMORAL.
The Queen's Own Regiment, COO strong,
its colonel (Sir Henry Pellatt) at lus own
expense, is m framing at Aldershot At
the King's command a detachment ycster
is staying The King inspected the men,
Grey) to-dav received the following tele
giam fiom the King -
to day at Balmoral a representative de-
Canada, and of hearing of their success
ful work at the manoeuvres The spirit
augury of the futuro of the Imperial
army -George "
the Lieutenant Governor (Colonel Gibson)
said -"Many things have occurred recently
iv hieb go to show that there is a growth, it
may bo imperceptible, of the Imperial fede-
ration spirit on the port of all the branches
of the empire We ore becoming more
closely allied w ith the Australasian colonies
and the South African now union, as ive
mother country I know of no movement
which will have greater significance m the
uluch you are about to take as soldiers of
that there ib the right sort of stuff m
Canada "
Sir J P Whitney (Premier) read
an order m Council of the Provincial
moved the regiment to cross the ocean
He added -"This expression of the
expression of the people of Ontario Be
cause we all love British institutions, be
cause of the benefit and happiness and pro
people have been subject to them in tins
world, ive are determined to stand by them
for a united empire "
VANCOUVER, Sept 12
DETACHMENT VISITS BALMORAL.
The Queen's Own Regiment, 600 strong,
its colonel (Sir Henry Pellatt) at his own
expense, is in training at Aldershot. At
the King's command a detachment yester-
is staying. The King inspected the men,
Grey) to-day received the following tele-
gram from the King:—
to-day at Balmoral a representative de-
Canada, and of hearing of their success-
ful work at the manoeuvres. The spirit
augury of the future of the Imperial
army.—George."
the Lieutenant-Governor (Colonel Gibson)
said:—"Many things have occurred recently
which go to show that there is a growth, it
may be imperceptible, of the Imperial fede-
ration spirit on the part of all the branches
of the empire. We are becoming more
closely allied with the Australasian colonies
and the South African new union, as we
mother country, I know of no movement
which will have greater significance in the
which you are about to take as soldiers of
that there is the right sort of stuff in
Canada."
Sir J. P. Whitney (Premier) read
an order in Council of the Provincial
moved the regiment to cross the ocean.
He added:—"This expression of the
expression of the people of Ontario. Be-
cause we all love British institutions, be-
cause of the benefit and happiness and pro-
people have been subject to them in this
world, we are determined to stand by them
for a united empire."
VANCOUVER, Sept 12.
CANADIAN RIFLEMEN. ENTERTAINED BY KING'S COLONIALS. STRENGTHENING THE BONDS. LONDON, Sept. 15. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 16 September 1910 page Article 2015-05-10 13:04 land by Liout.-Colonol Sir nenry Pellatt
for training at Aldershot, Avere entertained
King's Colonials). A large numbcripf the
Licut.-Colonel Fortescue presided. I
lessons which they had derived from their I
that the empire's mission waa one of i
Lord Strathcona, High Commissioner for]
corps would servo lo knit the peoples of the
empire in closer bonds. ]
land by Lieut.-Colonel Sir Henry Pellatt
for training at Aldershot, were entertained
King's Colonials). A large number of the
Lieut.-Colonel Fortescue presided.
lessons which they had derived from their
that the empire's mission was one of
Lord Strathcona, High Commissioner for
corps would serve to knit the peoples of the
empire in closer bonds.
QUEEN'S CANADIAN RIFLES. VISIT TO ENGLAND. LONDON, Aug. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 23 August 1910 page Article 2015-05-10 12:47 Among tue passengers by tue svnitel
Star liner Megantlc, from Quebec for Liv-
Sir Henry Pellntt and Lady Pellutt, and
C20 men of the Queen's Osvn Rille Regi-
latt la colonel, for training at Aldershot.
.VISIT TO ENGLAND.
Among the passengers by the White
Star liner Megantic, from Quebec for Liv-
Sir Henry Pellatt and Lady Pellatt, and
620 men of the Queen's Own Rifle Regi-
latt is colonel, for training at Aldershot.
VISIT TO ENGLAND.
USELESS PALACE Built By Wealthy Canadian (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 4 August 1937 page Article 2015-05-10 12:36 ! Shortly before the Great War, Sir
hill a huge mansion . which
rears of tuxes, and ever since that time
utilise a used castle ot mingled Italian,
a Spanish name-Casa Loma-in which
cost ot removing lt would be heavy.
During his years of occupation, Slr
paid £1,000 a year for coal, £2,400 In
cently lt has been suggested that it
might bc made the Winter home of tho
L'
Shortly before the Great War, Sir
hill a huge mansion, which
rears of taxes, and ever since that time
utilise a used castle of mingled Italian,
a Spanish name—Casa Loma—in which
cost of removing it would be heavy.
During his years of occupation, Sir
paid £1,600 a year for coal, £2,400 in
cently it has been suggested that it
might be made the Winter home of the

A VOYAGE EXTRAORDINARY. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Friday 1 February 1924 page Article 2015-05-10 12:28 A V01AGE EXTRAORDINARY.
A VOYAGE EXTRAORDINARY.
A VOYAGE EXTRAORDINARY. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Friday 1 February 1924 page Article 2015-05-10 12:26 Reports appearing in the London Prca
of toronto, may sell his palatial tesidence,
remarkable military " stunts " of pre-war
days. Sir Henry Pellatt waa for many
year« a keen citizen soldier, and in 1910
the part of tile office)s and men of his
of 1910. No sooner eaid than done, the
talion had the training, and a few- years
many officerB and mon who proved their
Reports appearing in the London Press
of Toronto, may sell his palatial residence,
remarkable military "stunts" of pre-war
days. Sir Henry Pellatt was for many
years a keen citizen soldier, and in 1910
the part of the officers and men of his
of 1910. No sooner said than done, the
talion had the training, and a few years
many officers and men who proved their
TOO EXPENSIVE TO LIVE IN Toronto's Problem Castle (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Friday 9 July 1937 page Article 2015-05-10 12:14 has rf»rerf^ri TTip rn^t anrf si7j- nf
find a parallel one must go to the big
Sir Henry Pellatt. now in his seven
cost of £235,000, giving himself a bed
80 ft. and 70 ft. high. Durin.j an 'ap-
rich enough to buy it. Sir Henry Pel
as it needed a staff of 50-and subsequent
found the same difficulty. A full de
with its history is given in an interest
'Express and Journal'' which is on sale
Inventor Of 'Inferiority Complex'
The recent death of Dr. Alfred Adler.
inventor of the overworked phrase 'in-
feriority complex,' recalls the fact that
he was one of the prime movers in popu
lnrisin.i nsvpholoffv to such an extent
his noted epigrams and a lucid sum
who hold that too much importance Is
The famous challenge and duel be
Chesapeake in 1813 during the Anglo
American war. told by a fine writer and
Campbell. V.C is the third of the
feature of the 'Express and Journal.'1
Vice-Admiral Campbell gives his ac
which does full justice to this dra
matic 'sporting affair'' which is prob
warfare. ^
Other features Include an amusing
summary of the method of telling for
has reverted. The cost and size of
find a parallel one must go to the big-
Sir Henry Pellatt, now in his seven-
cost of £235,000, giving himself a bed-
80 ft. and 70 ft. high. During an ap-
rich enough to buy it. Sir Henry Pel-
as it needed a staff of 50 and subsequent
found the same difficulty. A full de-
with its history is given in an interest-
"Express and Journal" which is on sale
Inventor Of "Inferiority Complex"
The recent death of Dr. Alfred Adler,
inventor of the overworked phrase "in-
feriority complex," recalls the fact that
he was one of the prime movers in popu-
larising psychology to such an extent
his noted epigrams and a lucid sum-
who hold that too much importance is
The famous challenge and duel be-
Chesapeake in 1813 during the Anglo-
American war, told by a fine writer and
Campbell, V.C., is the third of the
feature of the "Express and Journal."
Vice-Admiral Campbell gives his ac-
which does full justice to this dra-
matic "sporting affair" which is prob-
warfare.
Other features include an amusing
summary of the method of telling for-
HITLER GROOMS A LEADER FOR POSTWAR GERMANY (Article), The World's News (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 1955), Saturday 27 May 1944 page Article 2015-04-16 15:59 solace in the churches, since' this is
seldom appears at public demonstra
Boring from within, treachery, mur
der-mingled with a fanatic loyalty
to Hitler-this is Bormann's record.
Party, a streamlined underground S3
to write a new chapter in the mon
strous story of Nagiism.
solace in the churches, since this is
seldom appears at public demonstra-
Boring from within, treachery, mur-
der—mingled with a fanatic loyalty
to Hitler—this is Bormann's record.
Party, a streamlined underground SS
to write a new chapter in the mon-
strous story of Naziism.
HITLER GROOMS A LEADER FOR POSTWAR GERMANY (Article), The World's News (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 1955), Saturday 27 May 1944 page Article 2015-04-16 15:58 mysterious Partei - Hilfskasse (Party
among Germany's great mass of un
Prom the "Relief Fund" came the
public were bribed and Nazi provoca
business for itself, buying up news
Be still holds the defaulted promis
Rudolf Hess, ex-Deputy-Fu«Hrer of
scry notes of many of them. These
he can use at any time to keep recal
Catholic CHurch were Bormann's Idea.
Germany, who fled to England.
Now "Head of the Party Chancel
^ I
mysterious Partei-Hilfskasse (Party
among Germany's great mass of un-
From the "Relief Fund" came the
public were bribed and Nazi provoca-
business for itself, buying up news-
He still holds the defaulted promis- ||
Rudolf Hess, ex-Deputy-Fuehrer of
sory notes of many of them. These
he can use at any time to keep recal-
Catholic Church were Bormann's idea.
Germany, who fled to England. ||
Now "Head of the Party Chancel-

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