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    [?] at the Sydney Town Hall last Monday, showing portion of the great meeting held under the auspices of the Australian Anti-German League, [?] Government more drastic action in connection with enemy subjects. The Lord Mayor presided, and Sir Joseph Carruthers made a rousias speech. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    These snapshots taken by the Mirror photographer, show various types of monkeys to be seen at the Zoo, Taronga Park, (1) A Macaque, a group of Asistic Monkeys remarkable for the variation in their tails, some of them having none at all and some being very long. Their appetites are also curious: they not only eat seeds and fruits, but live on insects, lizards, and even frogs. (2) A White-fronted Sapajou, a South-American species, who go about in troops and [?] to the tops of the highest trees (3) Spider monkey from South America. Note the long tall, which enables the animal to swing from the tree to another. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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