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|COUNTY KING. (Article), The Colonist (Sydney, NSW : 1835 - 1840), Wednesday 4 April 1838 page Article||2013-04-12 20:30||MARCH 13, 1838.--I my last, I mentioned
sclicited to improve the present Post Office
Pe·'ulations as regards the delivery of letters and
arrier drops a letter or newspaper at your resi
|MARCH 13, 1838.--In my last, I mentioned
solicited to improve the present Post Office
Regulations as regards the delivery of letters and
carrier drops a letter or newspaper at your resi
|ANZACDAY At Alstonville (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Monday 16 March 1936 page Article||2013-03-26 20:20||ANZACDAY
At a meeting' of the Alstonviiie
commencing at 10 a.m., which t'he
Church of England, the president?
placed the bowling green at t'he dis
Those desiring to play in t'he Diggers
of Messrs. Bryant' and Nott.
|H. Leadbea£ter and J. Passey. All
the branch owing to his transfer t'o
At a meeting of the Alstonville
commencing at 10 a.m., which the
Church of England, the president
placed the bowling green at the dis
Those desiring to play in the Diggers
of Messrs. Bryant and Nott.
H. Leadbeater and J. Passey. All
the branch owing to his transfer to
|The ANZACDAY Commemoration (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 3 May 1928 page Article||2013-03-26 20:19||
The ANZAC DAY
|The ANZACDAY Commemoration (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 3 May 1928 page Article||2013-03-26 20:17||(1) Aniac beach on the morning after the landing.
(3) Sounding the last pest at the Anzac service.
(9) The Amaos march again : Passing down William-street to the
|(1) Anzac beach on the morning after the landing.
(3) Sounding the last post at the Anzac service.
(9) The Anzacs march again : Passing down William-street to the
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