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  2. A LEADER OF AUSTRALIAN THOUGHT.

    Fifty years ago there arrived in Sydney from England with his parents a boy of nine, who was destined to play a highly important part in the history of the new land which was thenceforth to be his home. The lad's name was Samuel Walker Griffith, and old residents of Maitland recall him in his early years as quiet and studious. His father was a Congregational minister, who was later transferred to Queensland. Sir Samuel Walker Griffith now occupies the distinguished position of Chief ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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