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  2. OUR ROYAL VISITORS.

    "Prince George" is no stranger to Brisbane, though he comes to us now as his Royal Highness George Frederick Ernest Albert, Duke of Cornwall and ...

    Article : 762 words
  3. QUEENSLAND TO BRITAIN.

    These lands of Summer domed by softer blue Are Halls of Welcome, and not less thy home Than the grey North with frontiers set in foam. This from her heart that Queensland sends to-day ...

    Article : 241 words
  4. THE DUCHESS OF CORNWALL AND YORK.

    As "Princess May" the Duchess of Cornwall and York is best known to the English people. The home of the Tecks at White Lodge, Richmond, was essentially ...

    Article : 572 words
  5. THE DUKE'S FORMER VISIT.

    On Tuesday, 16th August, 1881, a squadron consisting of the inconstant (flagship), Bacchante, Carysfort, Tourmaline; and Cleopatra steamed into Moreton Bay. On ...

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