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'OUR RURAL MAGAZINE.'
The latest issue of 'Our Rural Maga zine,' which is distributed by the Educa tion Department to correspondence □UDils. contains a message to the students
from Field Marshal Sir William Blra wood. In it he says, 'I earnestly advise you to take full advantage of the educa tional correspondence classes that are open to you and by which my two grand daughters have started their education. Be guided by the help and valuable in struction to be derived from 'Our Rural Magazine,' and do not forget that the country districts, handicapped as their people may be in many respects, have been responsible Tor many of the most able leaders in the public life of Aus tralia.' One of the features of the magazine is a message of welcome to the Duke of Gloucester in the form of a poem, writ ten by Alice Bland, of Erikin, on behalf of the correspondence classes. The life of the Prince .and the significance of his visit has been well treated in the main 'article. , Other interesting items in the issue include an account of the life and work of Rudyard Kipling and an article by the Curator of the West Australian Museum (Mr. L. Glauert) on 'How to Look for Animals.'