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  2. Dramatic Notes.

    Quite an unusual amount of interest is being taken by theatregoers in the advent of George willoughby and his English Farcical Comedy Company, who ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 3,850 words
  3. QUARRELIN'.

    Us is out, her an' me, Moonin' round the square, Trvin' how to make believe As us doesn't care. ...

    Article : 102 words
  4. MARRI'D.

    It's sing-in' in an' out And all around the place; Here and there, an' up an' down, An' feelin' full o' grace. ...

    Article : 192 words
  5. WOODEN NUTMEGS.

    "O. Henry's" premature death at a little past 40 leave the world less piquant, for none but himself was his parallel, and he might easily have filled his ...

    Article : 308 words
  6. A LITTLE GHOST.

    The moonlight flutters from the sky And meets her at the door, A little ghost whose steps have passed Across the parlor floor; ...

    Article : 185 words
  7. Cpyright. All Rights Reserved. The Bookfellow Written for "The Daily Herald" MARY GILMORE.

    The book of "Marri'd and other verses" published by Mary Gilmore by the George Robertson Proprietary collects, it may be a third of her writings in verse. Many ...

    Article : 907 words
  8. WAR AND WOMAN.

    E. P. Metour's In the Wake of the Green Banner (Heinemann), sent by the George Robertson Proprietary, is a novel of exceptional interest that has not ...

    Article : 728 words
  9. HINDMARSH PUBLIC SCHOOL.

    Friday was observed as visiting day at the Hindmarsh Public School, and despite the inclement weather a large number of parents and friends availed themselves of ...

    Article : 610 words
  10. LOVERS.

    You're a-wanting me, I'm a-wanting you; What's us waiting for? Lite is wearn' through. ...

    Article : 93 words
  11. SWEET-HEARTIN'.

    It's gettin' bits o' posies. An' feelin' mighty good, A thrillin' 'cause she loves you An' wondering why she should. ...

    Article : 126 words
  12. East Adelaide Combined Committee

    Back Row.—Hon. A. W. Styles. M.L.C.. Hon. E. L. W. Klauer, M.L.C., Hon. F. S. Wallis, M.L.C. (Chief Secretary), Hon. W J. Denny, M.P. (Attorney-General, Minister Controlling Northern Territory), Mr. F. G. Williams. Standing.—Mr. H. Usher. Mr. G. Davis. Mr. J. T. Hook, Mr. E. R. Allert, Mr. F. W. Moore. Mr. J. Pascoe, Mr. J. J. Whitford, Mr. R. T. Wallman (treasurer). G. Winter, Miss K. Hogan, Mr. T. Flood (vice-president, Mr. A. E. Donnelly (president). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 166 words
  13. A TYPICAL LETTER.

    "For some years I suffered, periodically, from severe pains in the back, characteristic of disorder of the kidneys. My urine was of a dark, red color, and ...

    Article : 267 words
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