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  1. OUT OF THE LIBRARY Pirates and an... Illusion
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 11 December 1932 Section: Second Section p 8 Article Illustrated
    ... lies in the adventures of that historical character in company with, lawless sea rovers and their ... nothing in fiction or true story to so fire human interest as tales of the pirates, and even the least ... rascalities." Poor! Paltry! ! Then came the narrations of the estimable Charles B. Driscoll in his ... 1178 words
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  2. OUT OF THE LIBRARY. Schoolboy Howlers (BY MODERN.)
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 21 July 1935 Section: Second Section p 7 Article Illustrated
    ... SUPERIORITY on that account. Soma of us even take the trouble to Improve on them. ! as in the historical ... published only a couple of months ago in London. j i Between adult "howlers" purposely manufactured ... ago, a candidate for Leaving History In this State STARTLED THE EXAMINER with his account of Dampier's ... 2533 words
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  3. AUSTRALIANS' GREAT EFFORT STIRS CRITICS Victory Is Expected Unless Rain Again Intervenes Ran Away With a Girl From Prince's Harem (Special "Sunday Times" Message Supplemented by A...
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 24 July 1938 p 2 Article Illustrated
    ... », . LONDON, Saturday ARUNAWAY A RUNAWAY marriage with an Indian Prince's harem girl. . é . . . The ... stranger than fiction, but lt was in keeping with the Mr. Thornton Personality be- hind it all. ... sent to Paris with a retinue in order to learn French- Then he extracted £50,000 hush money from a ... 356 words
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  4. OUT OF THE LIBRARY The Matter of History
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 19 March 1933 Section: Second Section p 11 Article Illustrated
    ... historical hap- penings of their country. We have a rich and dramatic history, full of colorful Incident, ... OUT OF THE LIBRARY The Matter of History By C. L. THERE SPHERE is a wonderful kin ... representation of our history." Kow, what McNally has said about the painters can be 6aid with equal truth ... 1365 words
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  5. The English Countryside
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 23 August 1936 Section: Second Section p 9 Article Illustrated
    ... is historical, redolent of the English ¡ .Usn countryside in general, and of Suâsçx in particular, ... Chapman and Hall. Ltd.. Henrietta-street, London. Price 10/6.) «WILDERNESS ORPHAN." Many tales have been ... in this class of fiction. A man is found dead in one of the lower rooms ot a country house and the ... 831 words
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  6. OUT OF THE LIBRARY. "The Reign of King George V"
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 16 June 1935 Section: Second Section p 6 Article Illustrated
    ... historical event which made the Jubilee possible the accession to the throne of Great Britain in 1910 ... of mixed quality. All of this places on record the history of the King's reign for a quarter ol a ... little book. "The Reign of King Georg« V." A short and breezy prologue serves to provide HISTORICAL ... 1795 words
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  7. OUT OF THE LIBRAR The Biographer and the Diarist
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 6 November 1932 Section: First Section p 12 Article Illustrated
    ... themselves learned scholars, thoughtful, addicted to reasoning, with an historical sense and well balanced ... history the amateur marks down his distant quarry. Follows an intensely dis- tasteful period of ... pon at command was the pen. The main value" of most of.these is purely historical, and generations to ... 1239 words
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  8. SIR WALTER SCOTT The Centenary of His Death GREAT POET and GREATER NOVELIST
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 25 September 1932 Section: Second Section p 12 Article Illustrated
    ... prominently than any other writer, with the sole exception of William Shakespeare, in the history of English ... found a better medium for his historical ro- mances. Scott was at first ,so con- scious of the dignity ... showing that Scott did not take to the writing of prose fiction be- cause Byron had outrun him in ... 882 words
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  9. SENATE'S SOLE SURVIVOR Strong Staying Powers 37 Yeare Hard Going On Political Course
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 18 July 1937 Section: First Section p 6 Article Illustrated
    ... reading-fiction and historical matter mo3tly-and travellers on the trans-Australian train know how ... and ' > Officer of. the 1_eo on"of Honor. France-^tdi give jgfm 1m full im- ^ posing title^-^najB' ... !t wili go down in -history as the first and ONLY time. A year later he stood for the Senate -and ... 934 words
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  10. SENATE'S SOLE SURVIVOR Strong Staying Powers 37 Years Hard Going On Political Course
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 18 July 1937 Section: First Section p 7 Article Illustrated
    ... could almost set a watch by him. He does a lot of reading-fiction and historical matter mostly-arid ... Legion-: of Honor. ? France-to give him his full im- posing titler-has the .unique dis- tinction of ... 909 words
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  11. FILM CABLE FROM HOLLYWOOD James Mason "Amber" Hero?
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 4 November 1945 Section: The Sunday Times COMICS p 5 Article Illustrated
    ... James Mason "Amber" Hero? By PAULA WALLING their new film, "Heart- beat," Ginger Rogers and French star, Pierre Ama« ont - just back from overseas ser- vice with the F i g h ting French Army. ... * has set a rush for historical films. These range from the serious drama of "The Robe." set in early ... 829 words
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  12. Illustrated Interviews In the Hands of the Enemy— A Lucky Escapee
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 6 December 1914 p 11 Article Illustrated
    ... was in rebel- lion, that six of Britain's battleships had been sunk, .and that London had been -bombarded - by Zeppelins,- and the Bank of England had closed its doors." What.ÄOOd-did- such lies do?. ... really walked." over the French, and British." :- ".- '- ; ;. . Did they interfere with you? "I"kept out ... 1265 words
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  13. MAMMOTH FINANCIERS. STORY OF THE ROTHSCHILDS
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 5 April 1903 p 14 Article Illustrated
    ... powers-England, Russia Austria, France and Prussia. In 1848 the nature of tbs Eöjhs child's business began to ... Revolution of 184Í the French Government tried the ex périment of raising a loan direct fron the ... quiet tow¿ rf Leighton Buzzard, England, where is situated the country seat of .his parents. ... 1087 words
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  14. The Ghost of Garden Island THE SECRET OF SINGING ROCK
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 1 April 1934 Section: Second Section p 5 Article Illustrated
    ... lot of her tribal lan- guage but many of its romances some quaint, some historical, and some deeply ... s around and about them. It may be fact or it may be fiction, but from the lips of Lillie-Nellie came ... 1416 words
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  15. WE PAY £210 PER YEAR For Free Books For Our Politicians AND NOW "THE SUNDAY TIMES" REVEALS THE KIND OF BOOKS THEY READ
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 19 May 1935 Section: First Section p 25 Article Illustrated
    ... "Historical," "Theo THE PREMIER Mr. Collier's demands OD the library are very few. logical," ... searching to discover that members are partial to sensational fiction. The detective "thriller" is more ... most. The "Historical Records of Austra- lia" betray signs of age, but this con- dition is not due to ... 1338 words
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  16. PRINTED WORD BOOKS AND THEIR BUILDERS RECOLLECTIONS AND REVIEWS
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 19 April 1914 p 17 Article Illustrated
    ... -Maupassant;- -with-a dash of. Anatole France as the latest cry. -The astonishing change in -French ... women. " The atmosphere of Puritan- ism.,; which has lingered over England even until, this day, is ... would go to Dickens, and j "they-would .go for English philosophy j -to.'-Her$ert Spencer. Invthe same ... 1407 words
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  17. Why Americans Want Britain To Win There Is a Bond That No Other Nation Can Understand
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 24 November 1940 Supplement: SUNDAY TIMES MAGAZINE p 15 Article Illustrated
    ... be tween two nations. Editorially this is how the cautious, conservative "London Times of America" ... London; but only - the exceptional - little child - wno studied very hard, remember that Berlin is on ... understood without first dis- missing the fiction that the United States is an independent country. ... 2224 words
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  18. Peeps at People
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 7 September 1930 p 14 Article Illustrated
    ... Spooner, of England/ has made a name for herself second only to that of Amy Johnson. Miss; S. came ... of five to a broadsword display at th" ? Coogee (Sydney) Aquarium. As au instructor in the French ... perfect English, French, German, Austrian, Italian and Dutch at his tongue-tip, he was able to con- ... 2246 words
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  19. The Dumas We Do Not Read Neglected Masterpieces of the "Inspired Charlatan"
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 1 May 1927 p 24 Article Illustrated
    ... assistants. The charge is often made against French authors who are very prolific and -perhaps the practice is inore usual in France than with "us. But, if it was practised by Dumas, the "ghosts" must have been ... performed with I D'Artagnan the supreme feat of tie writer of fiction: he gaye him an, independent life so ... 1702 words
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  20. PRINTED WORD BOOKS AND THEIR BUILDERS RECOLLECTIONS AND REVIEWS
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 24 May 1914 p 17 Article Illustrated
    ... the literary career and lle- gan to write. He chose the historical novel for his debut. He has ... age of 10 he shifted to Cornwall, England, and went .or. writing. He has been an Englishman ever since." Jack London is standing for the Gov- ernorship of California on the social- ist and ... 1294 words
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