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    The daily papers say that the decision of the Full Court in the great Queensland law case has removed a serious stigma from the ...

    Article : 737 words
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    Advertising : 2,618 words

    UNION Prisoner Irwin (of N.S.W.), who was sentenced to seven yean for wet grass burning, has with the concurrence of his fellow prisoners petitioned the ...

    Article : 1,300 words
  5. A War Song.

    Rise! Australian sons of Labour, Hearken to the bugle's bray, Buckle on your shield and sabre, Gird you for the fray. ...

    Article : 142 words
  6. The-Queensland Unionist Prisoners.

    Hinchcliffe, Seymour, Reid, M.L.A. Hall, Mesdames Casey, Reid, Hinchcliffe, Miss Glassey, and Mr. Glossey, junior, went down to St. Helena last week on a ...

    Article : 332 words
  7. Broken Hill Subscriptions.

    Frank M'Mannis, chairman Eulolo shed, says G. Cumi, in the Eulolo list should have read G. Currie; and T. Hane should be T. Kane. Collected at Burrenbilla woolshed (second ...

    Article : 547 words
  8. How the Marseillaise was Written.

    ONE evening, a few days after the assassination of the "Divine Marat," Roger de Lisle, faint and exhausted, entered a small chateau on the outskirts ...

    Article : 330 words
  9. Editor's Letter Box.

    J. W. COTHERALL, Christchurch (N.Z.): Letter, pamphlets, and handbills to hand. Thanks. BEN. E. PRICE, Eagle Junction: A very bad case. Will be exposed next ...

    Article : 74 words



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