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  2. Visiting Day at Blackboy Hill Camp.

    The name of Blackboy Hill is familiar every member of the community, and thousands of people in the metropolitan an area have visited the training ground of the brave follows who have so nobly fulfilled their pari in upholding the prestige of the Empire. Those who, unfortunately, have been bereft of their sons, husbands. or sweethearts, will cherish many plea and memoroies of the hours spent at "Blackboy" in the company of their loved ones. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 83 words
  3. The Memorable March of the First Contingent.

    The troops are seen passing Government House, and His Excellency the Governor (Sir Harry Barron) will be noticed on the right of the photograph. The streets were crowder and the march proved most impressive. There was little cheering, however, the seriousness of the war evidently weighing heavily in the minds of the onlookers, most of whom could claim relationship with the men in uniform, who were soon to depart. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 76 words



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