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  2. PRINCE ALFRED'S VISIT TO BALLARAT.

    His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh made his entry into Ballarat on Monday afternoon, The entry was in good [?]oth a right royal one, for the people, who are the real sovereigns where freedom ...

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  3. VISIT TO THE MINES.

    Little did those sturdy miners who first took up the claims which, from time to time, have been formed into a part of the splendid territory of the company think, when they broke the surface, that ...

    Article : 4,184 words
  4. THE ILLUMINATIONS AND DECORATIONS.

    It is a difficult task to give anything like an adequate description of the very numerous and dazzling illuminations which met the eye, turn where it might, over the boroughs of Ballarat West and East ...

    Article : 3,616 words
  5. VISIT TO SEBASTOPOL.

    At Sabastopol there were sundry arches, and a mast with its appurtenances, fully manned. Hundreds of children had been arranged on platforms, and right well did the little folks sing "God Save ...

    Article : 182 words
  6. THE BANQUET.

    was held in the Alfred Hall, which was brilliantly lighted and tastefully decorated on the occasion. The dinner was served by Mr Miller, Collins street, Melbourne, and between four hundred and ...

    Article : 1,634 words
  7. THE TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION.

    The torchlight procession of the German residents of Ballarat and the surrounding districts was very successful, and added considerably to the general illumination which so loyally end effectively ...

    Article : 618 words
  8. FIREMEN'S BANQURT.

    The Ballarat Fire Brigade had issued invitations most liberally to sister brigades, and so many had responded that nearly 200 firemen sat down to the banquet. Captain Dunn presided. Several guents ...

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