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  2. FLEET ARRIVES TO-DAY

    Clondy but fine weather to-day, with, a hope, but no certainty, that similar conditions will continue to-morrow an Monday,was in brief a special forecast of the weather given by Mr. Grimth, in the absence of Mr. H. A. Hunt, Government Meteorologist, in an Interview with ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. BALLARAT BOYS' MARCH.

    With the tiny "lieutenant" at their head, and the band playing "The Red, White, and Blue," the Ballarat Naval Cadets, who left Ballarat on Tuesday, marched ...

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  4. "WALK RIGHT IN!"

    You Big White Ships that have steamed across to our peaceful shore, Where never the guns have streamed the horrible rain of war, ...

    Article : 505 words
  5. BENCH AND BAR.

    BALLARAT, Friday.—The hearing of a charge of assault made against Frank Smith was this morning responsible for an exciting scene in court. Mr Mark Lazarus ...

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  6. ADVICE TO THE PUBLIC.

    A list of directions and suggestions for the information, observance, and guidance of the public during fleet celebrations has been issued, and it aims at preserving ...

    Article : 378 words
  7. CHARITABLE DISTRIBUTION.

    Mr. F. Arthur Moule (Messrs. Moule, Hamilton, and Kiddle) and the Equity Trustees Company, the trustees of the above fund, have settled the following scheme for ...

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