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  2. The State Governor and Empire Day

    From all parts of the British Dominions the reports stale that Empire Day has been celebrated with great enthusiasm, the patriotism of the British [?] finding it an apt day for demonstration of Empire solidity. Australia celebrated the day, and large crowds attended the public functions. One [?] important assemblages in Sydney was in Queen's-square, where a great rally was held. At the Empire Day dinner of the Royal Colonial Institute the Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, said that the safely of Australia depended upon her remaining with the Empire. He made an ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 262 words
  3. Mr. George Collingridge.

    MR. GEORGE COLLINGRIDGE, the veteran artist and author, had an exhibition of his pictures at the Masonic Hall, Turramurra, last week. They consisted chiefly of ...

    Article : 190 words

    In Sydney last week Mr. Seymour Hicks was welcomed at Sydney Town Hull by Lord Mayor Gilpin. and among those who were present were the Federal Treasurer (Dr. Page). the Attorney-General (Mr. Bavin), and General Sit Granville Ryrie M.P. in the group shown here Mr Seymour Hicks is marked X. On his left is Lord Mayor Gilpin. then Dr. Page Judge Backhouse, Mr. Nes[?] (Town Clerk) Genral Sir Granville Ryrie and Mr. T. W. Heney. The Attorney-General is on Mr. Hicks's right, with Mr. Rugh Ward and [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 124 words



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