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  2. VISIT OF THE DUKE OF EDINURGH.

    Here were gathered a large me[?] of personal, on the stand recently erected by the Council. Looking up and down Collins-street an early as twelve o'clock, the been presented was a most ...

    Article : 1,470 words
  3. LOYAL REJOICINGS IN THE WESTERN DISTRICT.

    The following is from the Examiner, of Tuesday :— " This day is likely to be a memorable one in the annals of Warrnambool. The concourse on ...

    Article : 742 words
  4. THE ROYAL LEVEE.

    The Prince, now fairly domiciled-if only for a few week—in our midst, held a levee yesterday in the Exhibition-building. It is no matter from whence we derive this custom of holding ...

    Article : 1,337 words
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  6. THE ILLUMINATIONS.

    It is not very easy at this moment of writing, with eyes dazzled by the glare of a city illuminated with a brilliancy beyond Australian example, poor feet trodden almost to pulp in ...

    Article : 1,109 words
  7. THE SCENE AT THE TREASURY

    The scene presented near the Treasury as only as half-past one O'clock was imposing in the extreme. The public flocked towards the grand building here the principal reception ...

    Article : 1,345 words
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