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  2. ARABS SEND IN THEIR "BILLS" TO THE A.I.F.

    The most sorely tried men in the A.l.F. are the compensation officers, who have to sift the many and varied claims for redress, which range from a goat of incredible value struck by a military vehicle to a crop of equally unlikely worth ruined by an infantry battalion on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,167 words
  3. THE HAWKESBURY THROUGH A PAINTER'S EYES.

    In this reproduction of a painting by Howard Barron the varied beauly of the Hawkesbury River is revealed. The Hawkesbury River District is a favourite haunt of Australian artists. (See accompanying article.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  4. LAWLESS "TIGER GENERALS."

    Round a table in a smoke-filled room in Singapore sit 20 men. At one end is the "Headman," a handsome, face-scarred roughneck of 22, and near him are his two close associates. At the other end of the table is "The Red Wand," acknowledged ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,113 words
  5. A MAGICIAN OF RHYTHM.

    [This is the first of a scries of articles which Mr. Carchis is writing" on famous conductors.] Toscanini, like every other great man, is great apart from the skill and power he brings to his particular calling; before greatness acts, greatness must BE. If Toscanini were to walk along Castlereagh Street ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,219 words
  6. PARADISE FOR ARTISTS.

    In the halcyon days before the war, visitors to Great Britain and Europe invariably sought localities with the natural loveliness of which artists ...

    Article : 807 words
  7. LUXEMBOURG.

    It is just a year ago since I travelled through Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg. A year ago—the storm brooding over Europe had not then burst. ...

    Article : 624 words
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  9. FEATHERED NOTABLES OF THE BUSH.

    It is six a.m. on the eastern Australian coastlands. The sun filters through the boughs of the mountain jungle in which we walk, hidden beneath the long green fronds of the tree ferns which, still wet with morning dew, meet in a drooping canopy overhead. Walk softly, for in ...

    Article : 948 words
  10. MY DREAMS.

    Those are my dreams— Swift soaring swallows that fly away. Beyond the walls wheie the young night lay. Golden and grey. ...

    Article : 90 words
  11. AN OLD GROTTO.

    It was a surprise when recently walking through the grounds of Liverynga. Elizabeth Bay, formerly the home of the late Sir Philip Street, to come upon a ...

    Article : 286 words
  12. TEEMING SINGAPORE RIVER.

    Sampans on the Singapore River, which is bordered by typical Chinese tenements. As many as 300 Chinese live in a single house in this quarter. (See accompanying article.). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 32 words
  13. THE CUP THAT JEERS.

    Australians, with then predilection for tea, would fare badly if foiced to follow the example of Germany these days, when many ingenious substitutes ...

    Article : 169 words
  14. FLIGHT.

    From tear of the terrible wrong Through the murk of the times, Peace fled. I asked: "Have you seen her passing by?" "She is gone. she is gone" they said. ...

    Article : 116 words
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