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  2. THE CHILDREN.

    One of my nephews this week asks me to say something about "New Year resolutions. He thinks it might be helpful to young Australians who read this page. ...

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  3. MY LETTERS.

    Dear Uncle Jeff,—No doubt you will think I have forgotten you. It is a long time since I last wrote to you. I have been staying at my grandmother's place ...

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  4. HOW HE LIVED.

    So he died for his faith. That is fine— More than most of us do. But stay! Can you add to that line That he lived for it, too? ...

    Article : 161 words
  5. THINK HAPPY THOUGHTS.

    Think happy thoughts, O friend, in sunny weather! 'Tis easier when the skies are deep and blue. ...

    Article : 142 words
  6. I WONDER.

    They seem so very strange to me, The things that I can never see! "The thunder makes a threatening noise To frighten little girls and boys, ...

    Article : 248 words
  7. HIS BRAVERY.

    Said Polly Prue to Billy Bragg, While walking in the "Zoo," "If you should see a big black bear Would you be frightened, too?" ...

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  8. WIT.

    To acquire color—pale-brown freckles, smooth tan, or blistered red—there is no outdoor laboratory like the tennis court.— "Collier's Weekly." ...

    Article : 268 words
  9. AT THE JOURNEY'S END.

    A pair of soft arms at the journey's end, To clasp you close in their loving thrall— Oh, the magic of strength they lend When one's weary and near to fall! ...

    Article : 213 words
  10. A GENEROUS HORSE.

    The following incident, given by a writer in the St. Louis "Republic," indicates that it is possible for a horse to be "a perfect gentleman." Two fine-looking horses ...

    Article : 276 words
  11. BITS OF WISDOM.

    Fair words were best for him who fights for thee.—Tennyson. Education ruins the exception for the sake of the rule.—R. Orage. ...

    Article : 224 words
  12. OUR SCRAP BOOK.

    Shorthand or stenography, the art of writing quickly by means of briefer signs than those of the ordinary alphabet, is of ancient origin. There are traces of its ...

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