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  2. For the Young Folk

    Jules was a little wooden soldier who had been placed on the walls of Johnny's toy fort to play sentinel. He had been there all day, challenging ...

    Article : 372 words
  3. Bib and Bub

    "To be poor and look poor," Mrs. Bear cried, "Is a thing I never could abide." One day a visitor called at three, "She's out," said Mrs. Bear, said she. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 98 words
  4. Teddy Bear's Tale

    One little, cuddly Teddy Bear Lived in a great, thick wood, and there His careful, loving parents taught That little bears should not be caught. ...

    Article : 138 words

    A very lasy worm was he. Who never rose till eight; Said mother; "You must mand your ways, Or sad will be your fate." ...

    Article : 82 words

    James Crichton, so renowned for scholarship that be was called the Admirable Crichton, was born in 1660. Octavius Caesar Augustus, first ...

    Article : 491 words
  7. For the Boys and Girls

    The wool industry'of Australia may be said to have begun in 1783 when 30 sheep of the Indian breed arrived from Calcutta and a few English sheep from When asked to face the camera after securing first prize at the Australian Sheep Show, this fine merino ram showed his superiority by greeting the photographer with a sheepish yawn. Australia is the leading wool-growing country in the world. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 950 words
  8. Crack These Puzzles

    During the Exhibition week, 340 guests stayed at an hotel in the city. Between them they paid 960 lot a week's accommodation. ...

    Article : 135 words
  9. World's Greatest Graving Dock

    A ship which needs repair or overhaul is taken into a dry dock or graving dock. The entrance to the dock can be closed by gates, the water ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 435 words

    You look at me, but never wash my face, but then, I don't need it. My hands are always on the go. If they were not, there would be a row. I ...

    Article : 74 words
  11. "X" IS "X."

    Tell me the name or the pretty house, Without window or door at all; The little master, when be goes out Mutt break a hole in the wall. ...

    Article : 37 words

    What is that which by losing an eye has nothing left but a nose? Last Week's Solved ARITHMETICAL WORD. ...

    Article : 74 words
  13. Competition Corner

    Literary Competition.—For this month's competition I will ask you to write an essay, taking for your subject "The Value of the Exhibition to the ...

    Article : 203 words
  14. The Rickshaw

    According to reports from Ceylon the rickshaw, the East's most famous vehicle, is dying out. The bicycle and the car are driving it out of ...

    Article : 123 words
  15. How the Telephone Receiver Works

    When a current flows through a coil of wire wound on a soft iron core the iron becomes a magnet, and when the strength of a permanent magnet, on ...

    Article : 328 words

    The fire European to [?] hangaroo was Coptom [?] and the year was 1770. The C[?] us at Rhodes is a statue ...

    Article : 58 words



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