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  2. FIGHT FOR YOUR KING AND COUNTRY.

    One of the popular patriotic songs of the hour is "Fight for your King and Country," the words and music of which were composed by Mr. W. Warrington Reynolds, who ...

    Article : 366 words
  3. WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    Present at the usual fortnightly meeting held on Wednesday night of last week: Ald. W. H. Dean, (Mayor), J. W. Chandler, R. H. Judd, H. R. Reid, A. Waters, J. Ward and ...

    Article : 1,452 words
  4. RUINS OF RHEIMS.

    With more difficulty to-day than you would perhaps imagine' as possible, if you had read some accounts of "the bombardment of Rheims." I managed to get to a place where I ...

    Article : 967 words
  5. A CURIOUS PHENOMENON.

    At sunrise on Tuesday, August 27, (says an exchange), a farmer whose name we have, living a few miles from Tenterfield, noticed to the clear east, in the red glare, a ...

    Article : 282 words
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