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  2. UNIVERSITY CHANGES.

    "It is the need of the younger generation in the universities of the generation 'between the ages,' which has led to the publication of this book," writes Walter ...

    Article : 1,199 words
  3. SOME IRISH WRITERS.

    One of the most important, and certainly the most successful, of the literary movements of modern times was the Irish Literary Renaissance of the end of last century, and the ...

    Article : 1,759 words
  4. ANZAC TO-DAY.

    Lieutenant W. B. Stanton Hope, R.N.V.R., served for six months in the trenches of Heiles with the Royal Naval Division, and was the last to leave on the final night of the evacuation. January ...

    Article : 1,128 words
  5. LINK WITH TAHITI.

    The names of Pomare and Matavai, still in use in the Cobbitty district recall the associations of the pioneer family of Hassall, with Tahiti. The tome within St. Paul's ...

    Article : 1,429 words
  6. A TURNING-POINT IN TAHITIAN HISTORY.

    The high priest at Matavai, Tahiti (kneeling on the left), ceding that district to Captain Wilson (standing on right holding his hat) and the missionaries of the Duff. Mrs. Rowland Hassall, in the centre, is holding Samuel Otoo Hassall, whose tomb is in St. Paul's churchyard, Cobbitty. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 52 words
  7. MY IDEAL HOME.

    In my dreams is for ever being painted an ever-changing scene. It is that of a perfect home. There are so many changes, so many turns of fancy's wheel that I am left ...

    Article : 551 words
  8. FOR THE CHILDREN.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 255 words
  9. HISTORIC BERRIMA.

    Although Australia cannot boast of a history and tradition reaching beyond modern times, what history we have we treasure and lovers of Australiana venerate those places ...

    Article : 1,327 words
  10. SKY PHENOMENA.

    It was almost exactly six years ago, on July 8, 1928, that the "Sydney Morning Herald" published a most interesting account of the Aurora Australis, which had astonished and ...

    Article : 824 words
  11. SHIPS.

    There's a ship in the bay And it's come to me From far away 'Cross the wide blue sea. ...

    Article : 84 words
  12. OFF FOR THE DAY.

    "I think that is everything—now let me see— Has Postle been, do you know? Here are your handkerchiefs, who has the key? Oh! Where did that basket go? ...

    Article : 99 words
  13. THE WATER-SNAIL EXPLAINS.

    Limnea is my name. I live in quiet waters in a tiny boat of brown. Sometimes I float upon the surface, just by spreading out my broad, smooth foot; my little craft submerged ...

    Article : 225 words
  14. MISCHIEF.

    I found a pencil, long and sharp, And felt I had to write I scribbled on the tablecloth When no one was in sight. ...

    Article : 100 words
  15. LAKE GEORGE

    Lake George sweeps into view as you round a hill about 20 miles from Canberra on the Sydney road. A sheet of blue by its distant shore reminds you this was not so long ago a ...

    Article : 311 words
  16. BERRIMA COURT HOUSE.

    A fine example of early colonial architecture in the Roman Doric order. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 15 words
  17. AGE A-DREAMING.

    On and on wound the red road, its wandering course taking it in and out of the sunlight, under the shadows of great silver gums, out again into the drowsy, afternoon sun of ...

    Article : 454 words
  18. THE OLD JETTY.

    The water rising round the piles Is clear as glass. And on the rippled sand beneath Like any fern, or coloured heath. ...

    Article : 238 words
  19. SUNDOWN.

    The glamour of high noon is spent. The western poplars wave their plumes. Across the garden's still content. Caressing shadows kiss the blooms. ...

    Article : 127 words
  20. THE GARDENER.

    I watched him turn and sift the rich, brown sod, And plant, with care, a tiny fertile seed; And felt how close indeed, he was to God. ...

    Article : 44 words
  21. LAUGHTER.

    No silver sound escapes thy lips, Re-echoing-long after, But in thine eyes betrayal lies, For in their depths shines laughter. ...

    Article : 24 words
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