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  3. AN APOLOGY FROM THE PRIME MINISTER.

    Mayor Graham had for some time been trying to secure the attendance of the Prime Minister, and wrote to him about a fortnight ago as follows ...

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  4. A Parramatta Cricketer Writes From the Trenches.

    Sir,—I received the following interesting letter from Trooper Bert Brown, from the trenches in Gallipoli, dated 19/9/'15. Bert was a well-known figure in the ...

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  5. THE GREAT RECRUITING MEETING IN THE PARK.

    The first great feature in connection with the Coo-ees passing visit to Parramatta was the wonderful procession on Wednesday afternoon. The second was ...

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  6. THE COO-EES.

    The Gilgandra Coo-ees have been and gone. And—although the remark may have to be amplified as the record of the ...

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  7. AN ADVT. FOR THE TOWN.

    Copies of the "Jubilee History" wore presented by "The Argus" to each member of Captain Hitchen's army, inscribed as follows ...

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  8. THE MARCH TO GRANVILLE.

    Before 8 o'clock on Thursday morning the Coo-ees were seated at breakfast in the Town Hall, Parramatta, and by 8.15 they were lined up in the street looking ...

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  9. AT THE TOWN HALL DINNER.

    After the lads in the Coo-ee contingent (some of whom were pretty hard-faced lads, too, of the old stager type, be it remarket) had had a bathe in the river in ...

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  10. WELCOME AT LIDCOMBE.

    Amid considerable enthusiasm, the procession resumed its march to the next stopping place (Lidcombe), where the efforts of the Auburn, Lidcombe and ...

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  11. CAPTAIN HITCHEN'S MESSAGE TO PARRAMATTA.

    Captain Hitchen availed himself of the chance to send a message to Parramatta townspeople through tho agency of one of our reporters. He expressed himself ...

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  12. THE MARCH FROM PENRITH.

    The contingent left Penrith at half—past 7 o'clock on Wednesday morning. The men marched into St. Marya, headed by the local band, and were met by the ...

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  13. UNION JACK FROM PITT ROW.

    Our friend Mr. Norris, of the Pitt Bow public school, a born "leader" as his bowling associates think, sent down from his boys and girls a beautiful Union Jack ...

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  14. THE PROCESSION.

    The bands—the Lancer Band, the Cumberland Band, the piper lads from the Burnside Homes, the Salvation Army musicians, and the band from the ...

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  15. DOWN AT AUBURN.

    The procession entered Auburn-road. Auburn, amid the enthusiastic plaudits of a big concourse of people. Mounted police and eadets led the way. The band ...

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