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  2. From Day to Day. The Transcontinental Line.

    Thus the Perth " Morning Herald": —"The federalists have maintained from the outset that, whether the Commonwealth Bill contained ...

    Article : 317 words
  3. Official Brutality.

    A case of suicide occurred in the Albany lock-up on Saturday, the 17th, which, unhappily, is not alone, but one of many such cases that have ...

    Article : 166 words
  4. Peace! Peace!—When There is No Peace!

    What a commentary on the recent Peace Conference at the Hague is the attitude of the civilised powers of the world at this very moment. Britain ...

    Article : 345 words
  5. Berry's Bugbear.

    George Berry grants a growl in Monday's papers, because they would not let him speak at Leake's meeting in the Town Hall. He says that Mr. ...

    Article : 214 words
  6. The Great Australian Adjective.

    There is a certain word which is usually called the "great Australian adjective," generally indicated in print by a—, and extremely popular with ...

    Article : 282 words
  7. "Saint and Angel."

    The "Geraldton Express" has always been a good friend to the member for North-East Coolgardie, but in its last outburst of kindliness it has outdone ...

    Article : 629 words
  8. The Salvation Army at the Collie.

    We extract the following from the "War Cry":— The Collie River is a typical Australian watercourse; in winter a ...

    Article : 738 words
  9. "Rotten and Corrupt."

    Complaint is rampant every" here of injustice in Perth, floated in the public face in the highest quarters. Mr. Robson's insinuated charges, or ...

    Article : 335 words
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    lt is a foregone conclusion that England must ultimately be victorious in the Transvaal, and it is equally certain that we must continue to secure the patronage of the ...

    Article : 105 words
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  12. Don't Drown the Miller!

    I have heard men apologise for their i[?]brious habits by stating that the water in their tanks, or taps, or tubs, was not fit to drink. Beer or whisky ...

    Article : 287 words



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