BITTER the watching and the main, The cansped hands ourside the vell: Te waiting, asking, all in vain For that which never used to fail. ...Article : 313 words
A COUPLE of nights later on in the week Mrs. Handson was busily plying her needle, and Paul, feeling stronger and happier, was sitting in a little rocking-chair which Tebins had bought, ...Article : 5,777 words
THE members of the North Australian Jockey Club have received notification that, in accordance with rule 23, a general meeting will be held at Mr. M'Grath's North Star Hotel, on Tuesday, ...Article : 1,686 words
VISIONS are treted rudely in these days. They are in most cases traced to alcohol or imbecility. Yet if the man is in other matters. wise we generally listen to him for a little while. ...Article : 3,021 words
A CORRESPONDENT in the Boy's Newspaper gives the following as the incomes of the four richest men in the world:— Capital ...Article : 144 words
A NEW YORK pictorial published an illustration of "Comin' Thro' the Rye," and blundered into what we presume is the popular misconception of the ditty, giving a lnddie and lassie ...Article : 507 words
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