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  2. GIPPSLAND GOLD.

    Twenty years ago I visited the Combienbar when writing a series of articles to illustrate the trials of the pioneers of East Gippsland through lack of good roads, and ...

    Article : 1,694 words
  3. THE ICELANDIC PEOPLE.

    The great majority of the Icelanders hailed form[?] Norway: some of them had already been settled in the British Isles, and they brought Celtic (Irish) servants ...

    Article : 1,527 words
  4. IN THE ELECTORATES.

    Following and argument outside[?] the Rechabite Hall in Albert street[?] Brunswick, one of the polling booths of the Bourke electrorate, on Saturday evening. ...

    Article : 2,252 words
  5. COMMENT IN BRITAIN.

    The "Sunday Times" emphasises the remarkable similarity of the national appeals made in Australia and Great Britain, and of the financial issues. It says:—"The ...

    Article : 1,326 words
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  7. AN ELECTORAL ERROR.

    Sir,—At the Federal election on Saturday I was compelled by the official-in-charge at the polling booth at which I voted[?] to record what I consider to be an informed ...

    Article : 377 words
  8. MANCHURIA.

    It is reported that fighting began at 6 o'clock this eveing, with a Japanese aerial attck, pending the arrival of troops opposing 10,000 Chinese re[?], who were ...

    Article : 100 words
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