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  2. HONOURING THE FLAG.

    THE CEREMONY OF UNFURLING THE UNION JACK AT THE MERCHANTS' EMPIRE DAY DEMONSTRATION AT THE ROYAL EXCHANGE ON SATURDAY. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. EMPIRE DAY. FESTIVAL OF THE RACE.

    Australians celebrated on Saturady the festival of their race. For that is what Empire Day really is. There are other days on which they commemorate other matters. To the ...

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  4. ORANGE GROVE.

    Empire Day was celebrated at the Orange Grove School on Friday. A large number of parents and friends attended, and were received by the headmaster and his staff. ...

    Article : 67 words
  5. CHURCH PARADE.

    Yesterday was a most forbidding day for a church parade. At the falling-in time in the afternoon rain was pouring down, and the roads were a mass of puddles. Three ...

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  6. BALGOWLAH.

    Empire Day was celebrated at the local school with a good deal of enthusiasm by about 300 people. Flags were unfurled by Mesdames F. W. Heaton and Dalton. Short ...

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  7. FLAGS AND FIREWORKS.

    The warboats in the harbour were beflasged during the day. Most of the public buildings also carried flags. The tramway sheds at Fort Macquarie were ...

    Article : 127 words
  8. PATRIOTIC CONCERT AT LEICHHARDT.

    The Town Hall at Leichhardt was crowded to its fullest capacity on Empire Night, when an excellent musical programme was presented. In the audience was Mr. ...

    Article : 161 words
  9. CONCERT AT RANDWICK.

    About 300 gentlemen responded to the invitation of Mr. David Storey, M.L.A., to a smoke concert held at the Randwick Town Hall on Saturday night. The attendance ...

    Article : 118 words
  10. THE BONDS OF UNION.

    A meeting was held in the Town Hall last night in celebration of Empire Day. The gathering was organised by the Australian Women's National League, and during the ...

    Article : 200 words
  11. MARCH OF 2500.

    A parade of 2500 troops and senior cadets in the Newcastle district was held yesterday afternoon. The various units were formed at Hamilton, and marched from there to ...

    Article : 272 words
  12. EMPIRE LEAGUE.

    Of all the annual functions held by the British Empire League in Australia since its foundation, probably none has exceeded in enthusiasm that which was held on Saturday ...

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  13. AUSTRALIA DAY. REMARKS BY ARCHBISHOP KELLY.

    Mass was celebrated at St. Mary's Cathedral at 10 o'clock on Saturday his Grace Archbishop Kelly presiding. His Grace addressed a crowded congregation ...

    Article : 295 words
  14. AT THE ROYAL EXCHANGE.

    As in previous years the merchants of Sydney combined to celebrate Empire Day by meeting at the Royal Exchange at 11 o'clock. The large room was crowded with loyal ...

    Article : 2,262 words
  15. ASHFIELD.

    The district of Ashfield, which includes the populous suburbs of Ashfield, Summer Hill, and Haberfield, was en fete on Saturday. The citizens rose to the occasion, with the result ...

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  16. REV. W. J. O'REILLY'S ADVICE.

    The cadets and trainees attending Stanilaus College did not take part in the statutory parade in Bathurst this afternoon, the Rev. W. J. O'Reilly, C.M., president of the college, ...

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  17. VETERANS' DINNER.

    Veteran Leggo was thrown from a sulky on Friday, and sent a letter regretting he could not attend the veterans' dinner on Saturday afternoon. But after despatching the note ...

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  18. ROSE BAY.

    The members of the Rose Bay Progress Association, together with the residents of the district, entertained the local children at a picnic and sports on the Royal Naval Reserve at ...

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  19. FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI.

    Owing to the heavy rain that fell yesterday, the outdoor procession held at Manly each year in connection with the feast of Corpus Christi, had to be abandoned. In its place ...

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  20. ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL, REDFERN.

    St. Paul's Day School, Redfern, celebrated Empire Day on Saturday morning. After a short service in the church, when Archdeacon Boyce gave an address, there was a programme ...

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  21. DEAF AND BLIND INSTITUTE.

    An interesting school celebration was held at the Institution for the Deaf and Blind, where Mr. Rigg, hon. secretary of the institution, unfurled a new flag. Mr. Rigg, who ...

    Article : 55 words
  22. ORANGE DEMONSTRATION.

    The Loyal Orange Institution of New South Wales held a demonstration in the Protestant Hall on Saturday afternoon in connection with Empire Day. The function took the form of ...

    Article : 128 words
  23. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL.

    The little patients at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children are not likely to forget Empire Day. On Saturday afternoon, through the generosity of the Misses A. and C. ...

    Article : 177 words
  24. ALEXANDRIA.

    The pupils of the Alexandria Public School saluted the flag, and then mustered in the girls' school, where the principal celebration was held. Mr. Simon Hickey, M.L.A., spoke ...

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