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A CIVIC RECEPTION

[ViSi Vsited PnEss Assoc lATIOS.) '■■•th:ist( nrrc.it. j.-.-iw.-.-irv 20. Ti,'- ii-in. .1). 11. Tin!] v;i:< «ivr;n'a .-ivjf ,vr huh u:-'hiV. lii ;i. sncf-cJi. Mr JJaii y:h\' that \>w Smith Wales had a, -<„i,i <i<'.'i! (.. '.'.in: f'rnni I\\"W /'ivi.l,a.iid\- I.iffvtry fti-i.ciiifs. A fiuvoniiwiit. that, had the :<> turn hari iar.d into good, xiriri at- 1111 -■ paine time burl men into ;«hhl liy --•ljijiioyiur at, (].>!]o adjmr.'ih'r work. lii'iVrrinc to th« war. Mr Hal! -said Xoiv Zr-a.landorf. had d'>n*> miv in romparicon than Australians.

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A CIVIC RECEPTION, Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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A CIVIC RECEPTION Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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