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    JUST now, when Germany is complaining of the harshness of the terms of the armistice, it is instructive to recall the terms laid down in the Prussian Upper ...

    Article : 269 words
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    Advertising : 697 words
  4. Sergt. Hugh Wagner Farmer, D.C.M.

    Eldest son of Mrs. J. L. Fanner, late of Alt-street, Haberfield, and now living at Ryde. He was decorated for gallantry in connection with the operations culminating in the capture of Jerusalem. An extract ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 334 words
  5. "THE DAY."

    It is worth while now reprinting this poem, which was written by Henry Campbell, a railway porter at Bath, soon after the beginning of the war, and which created a great ...

    Article : 307 words
  6. To Be Raffled For The War Chest.

    A HANDSOME piece of kitchen furniture in the shape of a rotary kitchen canister is to be raffled in connection with the "Sydney Mail" stall for the War Chest. It ...

    Article : 159 words



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