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  2. "The Argus" AND ITS FOUNDERS

    AN anniversary is an opportunity to weigh and appraise the achievements of the known past, and to envisage the un-known future with eyes of hope and expectation. It is 80 years since "The Argus" took its place in the journalism ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,279 words

    OUTSTANDING not only among his contemporaries, but among all the great figures whose courage, resource, and individually contributed largely to the remarkable progress of the first half century of settlement in Victoria. Edward Wilson played a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,552 words
  4. EDWARD WILSON (of "The Argus") TRUST.

    MR. EDWARD WILSON died at Hayes, near Bromley, in Kent, in the early morning of January 10, 1878. Since that year Mr. Edward Wilson's net income (after the payment of legacies and annuities) has been distributed among the charities of Victoria ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 848 words

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