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  2. ALL-AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION.

    Unparalleled success was accomplished by the All-Australian Exhibition. which was definitely closed on Saturday night. Although final figures were not available ...

    Article : 140 words
  3. TRANSPORT LICENCES

    GELLONG. Sunday.--The refusal of the Transport Board to issue licences for motor buses on the Melbourne-Geelong road received a mixed reception in ...

    Article : 179 words
  4. THE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER MAKES HIS SPEECH OF DEDICATION.

    The Duke of Gloucester, on the dais in front of the Shrine, dedicates the Memorial--a picture taken during his address. Behind the Duke are standing Vice-Admiral Hyde, and the Governor, Lord Huntingfield. Then the president of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League, Mr. G. W. Holland (in civilian clothes). Lieutenant Colonel E. H. Pott. In the next row are Air-Commodore Williams, Captain Curtis. Sir H. Chauvel, and behind again Brigadier-General Stewart. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 86 words
  5. SUNBURST!

    "Come along," said Rupert to Pat in the garden. "Or shall I fetch something for you to put on over your frock? Are you afraid of getting treacle on it?" ...

    Article : 1,558 words
  6. QUEENSLAND NOTES.

    Queensland, as a Protectionist State, is not overjoyed at the accomplishment, of the composite Federal Government. Certainly there is some satisfaction at ...

    Article : 1,477 words
  7. HOLBROOK TRAIN SERVICE

    HOLBROOK. Sunday.--A deputation comprising the shire president and presidents of the Graziers' Association, Farmers and Settlers' Association and P., A. ...

    Article : 126 words
  8. THE CANCER SCOURGE.

    Consideration is being given by the public health committee of the Trades' Hall Council to the question of adopting ways and means of bringing before the ...

    Article : 102 words
  9. VICTORIA'S GREAT SHRINE OF REMEMBRANCE.

    Conveying something of the beauty in architectural contrasts of Victoria's great War Memorial, this picture of the Shrine of Remembrance was taken from the Tower of Government House half an hour before the dedication ceremony. The massed crowds surrounding the Shrine are dwarfed by comparison with the massive central Structure. In the background a wide stretch of Port Phillip Bay is shown, with Williamstown Peninsula on the right, and the coastline of the bay on the left. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 84 words
  10. WE WILL REMEMBER THEM."--THE MULTITUDE BEFORE THE SHRINE.

    The vast concourse of people gathered yesterday on the southern side of the Shrine of Remembrance. A picture taken during the actual ceremony of Dedication by the Duke of Gloucester. In the foreground, the Duke of Gloucester can be seen at the microphone, making his speech of dedication. He is facing the assembly of returned men, who to the number of 27,500 attended the ceremony. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 85 words
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