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  2. THE STORYTELLER.

    "One toast with me your glosses fill, Aye, fill them level with the brim, De mortuis, nisi lonum, nil! The lights are growing dim." ...

    Article : 2,215 words
  3. THE PICTORIAL.

    Mudlarking was the sport on Saturday at Flemington, and such mud too, black as your hat, with nice little squirty pools of water at every step. The betting area smelt like ...

    Article : 1,734 words
  4. THE EXCURSIONIST.

    "Good morning, Stodgers!" "Gunter! Just the man I wanted to see. I want to fix up a night's fishing on the Hopkins. I will telephone out ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,847 words
  5. LAST HOPETOUN'S FALL.

    While out hunting on Wednesday, July 11, at Rockbank, the Countess of Hopetoun was unfortunately thrown from her horse, Goldtop. The accident happened at a road ...

    Article : 303 words
  6. ORIGINAL POETRY.

    I think to-night I could bear it an, Even the arrow that cleft the core—Gould I wait again for your swift footfall And your sunny face coming in at the door, ...

    Article : 465 words
  7. THE RICHMOND POISONING CASE.

    The hearing of the charges against Mrs. Needle began at the City Court on the 12th, and was continued for three sittings, after which an adjournment for three days was ...

    Article : 158 words
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