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  3. THE PASSING SHOW.

    Par[?]fament's not such a dismal place since we welcomed back a famillar face, Which has let the caricaturists spread Butter and Jam on their daily bread. ...

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  4. BUNGALOW MURDER.

    Murderers, like other criminals, run in types. The brazen audacity of one type was well exemplitied in the case of Patrick Herbert Hahon, who was executed in ...

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  5. STAGE GOSSIP.

    To ensure smooth running of the play and of the many spectacular scenes, Seymour Hicks and his company will arrive from Adelaide early in the coming week ...

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  6. AMONG THE ABORIGINES.

    "Savage Life in Central Australia" (London: Macmillan) contains the fruits of a sojourn made by Mr. George H[?]rne, of Melbourne, at Mungerani[?], an isolated ...

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  7. DRAWING A "LOTTO" IN ITALY.

    The receipts from the State Lottery in Italy are happily diminishing, but round the weekly drawing in the five chief cities still cluster the hopes of a goodly number ...

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  8. PERILS OF SUNSHINE.

    It has recently been discovered that the human body may be so sensitised by certain substances that even a brief exposure to ordinary sunshine is ...

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