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  2. CHAPTER II.

    Paul Ferrars really looked "down on his luck," as he went down the street with his cap drawn over his eyes and his hands in his empty Dockets. He had no overcoat, and it ...

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  3. SOCIAL GOSSIP.

    Everybody is very glad to welcome John Morley back to his accustomed front place in the arena. He made a big political speech on Monday, which was a positive ...

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  4. THE NATURALIST.

    Mr. F. R. Chapman, in the Otago Witness, describes a visit to the Bounty Islands, which lie 415 miles E.S.E. of Port Chambers. They are "a small group of tiny, rocky islets, ...

    Article : 371 words
  5. TOWNSHIP SKETCHES

    Gundrook still owns to a coach, one of Cobb's own, with four good horses to pull it, and old grumpy Joe Higgins to drive, and it pulls up at Mason's Royal Hotel three ...

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