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  2. Trains Take Thousands to Dawn Service

    IN the dim light before the dawn yesterday, at the exact moment when, 24 years earlier, the immortal onslaught was made on Gallipoli, more than 4000 people stood before the Flame of Remembrance in Anzac Square ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 537 words
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  4. Appeals For A Less Gloomy Day

    "What a dreary day this is!" exclaimed the Rev. Father Barry, addressing 750 returned men and nurses at a luncheon In the ...

    Article : 622 words
  5. Trams Will Run Again Next Year

    TRAMS will run again to the Dawn Services next Anzac Day. Special trams ran for the first ...

    Article : 71 words
  6. 60,000 Gave Their Lives For An Ideal

    Perched in a tall pine which shadowed the Stone of Remembrance, merry pair of kookaburras added the last touch of national sentiment to the Anzac Day service before the Cross of Sacrifice at Toowong Cemetery yesterday morning. ...

    Article : 348 words

    "Defence is the most important thing of a nation," said Brigadier-General L. C. Wilson at the Yeronga Park Memorial service, when ...

    Article : 255 words
  8. Diggers Abroad Send Greetings

    CANBERRA, Monday.—The Governor-General (Lord Gowrie) received the following message to-day from Field Marshal Lord Birdwood:— ...

    Article : 115 words
  9. State And Vice-Regal Representatives

    At Anzac services in Brisbane yesterday the Commonwealth Government was represented by the Minister for the Interior (Senator H. S. Foll). The ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. Eight Abreast March Planned For Future

    A proposal that ex-soldiers should march eight abreast instead of four in future parades will be made to the composite committee controlling ...

    Article : 98 words
  11. In Interests of All

    WARWICK, Tuesday.—Speaking at the luncheon to soldiers to-day, Mr. A. W. Fadden, M.H.R., said that he was not going to shirk his responsibility of ...

    Article : 76 words

    "The Anzacs took the direction of duty, and to do this is even better than to fight for one's rights," said Mr. F. T. Cross, at the service at ...

    Article : 125 words
  13. Impressions Of The March

    THE splendid response that has been made to our call for recruits for the militia, as exemplified in to-day's march, is an indication of the realisation of the need to be prepared, if the worst befall to act again in defence of the Empire." ...

    Article : 706 words



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