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  2. NEW ZEALAND EARTHQUAKE

    In a letter written to Mr. D. Tate, of the "Western Age," a fellow journalist on the Timaru "Herald," a big New Zealand 24-page daily, with which staff Mr. Tate was associated before coming to Australia, tells vividly of the recent earthquake, which did much damage ...

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  3. "THE STAFF" MAGAZINE

    The fellow with the inquiring mind surely wonders how, when, where and why a railway was planned and built, says the current issue of "The Staff," ...

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  4. BLIND VIOLINIST DEAD

    In his youth a friend of the great masters like Lis[?]t and Tschaikowsky, in his old ago, a street musician, Signor Alfrodo Nardi ...

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  5. WESTERN NEWS

    Dazzled by the lights of a car coming in the opposite direction, Harry Herbert, of Forbes, was unable to see where he was driving and crashed into ...

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