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  2. THE CIVIC RECEPTION.

    The civic reception of the contingent which took place in the Town Hall shortly after half-past o'clock, was a gathering altogether unique in the history of the ...

    Article : 3,807 words
  3. THE MARCH THROUGH THE STREETS.

    At a quarter to six the door leading to Hay-street was flung open, and the blue jackets from H.M.S. Penguin emerged, and formed a guard of honour in front of the ...

    Article : 1,226 words
  4. LIST OF THE CONTINGENT.

    The following is the list of the contingent as they left Perth, including ages, birthplaces, and previous service:- THE OFFICERS. ...

    Article : 2,294 words
  5. TEA AT MR. PARKER'S.

    As the first act of the contingent was its formation at the military camp at Karrakatta, it was fitting that its last act should be an entertainment at Karrakatta, though ...

    Article : 242 words
  6. THE FORMATION OF THE CONTINGENT.

    It was early in the month of October that Western Australia decided to unite with the other colonies in contributing to the forces fighting on the British side in ...

    Article : 1,726 words
  7. DEPASTURE FROM THE STATION.

    To did a last good-bye to the contingent all the people who had been-centred at different points during the parade of the streets seemed to bare gathered at one ...

    Article : 947 words
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