Bells seem to be everywhere: chiming clocks in civic buildings, clanging schoolyard bells, tolling church bells, carillons, even the esoteric art of handbell ringing. The English method of "change-rin...
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Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954)Thursday 30 October 1947 p 29 Article
... The "HOPSCOTCH." A square of white, a superscription clear, My name enscrolled by one whom I hold dear. . I take it in my hand, but do not dare To open it and find what's written there. Fair words or grim? Forgiveness or disdain? A love triumphant or for ever slain? I'll slit it here! Dare I my ... 75 words
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Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954)Tuesday 4 April 1933 p 9 Article
... BRITISH BROADCAST.. TUESDAY; ' APRIL 4. G.M.T. 9,30 a.m.: Time signal from Big Ben. Musical Musical- comedy programme gramme (gramophone records).' 10.15: new books, a talk- by Mr. R. Ellis 10.35: A vocal and instru- mental recital by Marie Howes (so- prano), MarieDare (violoncello)? 11.15-11.30: ... 48 words
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