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  2. LADY WITH THE LAMP.

    Once again we commemorate Anzac Day, with its flood of memories; the stirring call of the Reveille, the haunting sweetness of Chopin's beautiful Sonata, the solemn notes ...

    Article : 495 words
  3. FORCED LABOUR.

    Australia is specially interested in any inquiry into native labour that may be afoot, if for no other reason than that as mandatory for New Guinea it finds in the question ...

    Article : 1,595 words
  4. PACIFIC ROYALTY.

    A suggestion has been put forward by Mr. Albert P. Taylor, librarian of the archives of the territory of Hawaii, that an international exposition should be held at Honolulu ...

    Article : 1,517 words
  5. VIGNETTES OF ANZAC.

    April 23 and 24 were days of matchless beauty, and the glistening splendour of sea and sky was a picture such as can only be found in the Aegean, and there only in days ...

    Article : 1,299 words
  6. GALLIPOLI MEMORIES: THE HISTORIC LANDING.

    Divisional Headquarters Staff wading ashore, April 25th, 1915. The 1st Australian Infantry Battalion going aboard the destroyer Scourge about 8 a.m., on April 25th, prior to the landing on Gallipoli. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 37 words
  7. R.L.S.

    Samoa is beautiful at any tune, but more so at early morn, or sunset. Wishing to visit Mt, Vaea, where the remains of Robert Louis Stevenson are laid to rest, I decided to climb ...

    Article : 585 words
  8. EAGLE AND KINGFISHER

    The eagle and the kingfisher lived in a big, big tree; and a baby eagle lived there, too, in a big nest built for three. Now, the eagle was the king of the air—and lived ...

    Article : 372 words
  9. FOR THE CHILDREN.

    Little blue-eyed Wendy Doesn't care a jot If the sun is shining Or if it is not. ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. THE ABBEY THEATRE.

    Meantime, a new writer, John Millington Synge, had been added by Yeats to the list of Abbey dramatists, and his work was welcomed by the critics. But the Dublin audience did ...

    Article : 1,212 words
  11. FRIEND OF "AUSSIES."

    Many ex-members of the A.I.F. must have read with deep regret the cablegram of last week announcing the death of Colonel H. A. R. May, C.B., V.D., at his English home. For ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 616 words
  12. THE DREAM BOAT.

    Have you ever been afloat In that tiny silver boat? With a fairy at the prow, Softly calling, "Ready nowl" ...

    Article : 98 words
  13. YO, HO, HO

    Yo, ho, for the men of the flowing main, The gallant old-time skippers, Who gave many and many a narrow shave To the Barbary pirates, bold and brave, ...

    Article : 130 words
  14. "TERRY THE TORTOISE."

    Imagine a tortoise travelling two hundred miles in the pocket of a man's overcoat. John and Betty opened their eyes, oh, so wide, when daddy said, "see what I've got," ...

    Article : 530 words
  15. IOLANI PALACE, HONOLULU.

    This once royal residence possesses the only throne-room in the United States. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 15 words
  16. OLD TRAYS.

    The article "A Number of Things," describing the difficulties of a collector, by Edyth Bavin, interested me greatly. Her reference to the present craze of collecting old-fashioned ...

    Article : 319 words
  17. THE DIFFERENCE.

    "I wish I were a swanl" said Prim, To brother Jim, who stood close by; "Just look how gracefully they swim, Then from the water rise and fly. ...

    Article : 75 words
  18. A HAUNT OF PEACE.

    A week ago I wandered up a glen of exquisite loveliness that lies Just outside the southern boundary of our very fine National Park. It is a most delightful gully abounding ...

    Article : 311 words
  19. ANZAC MEN.

    We heard, far off, the great world's throbbing heart. But dwelt remote apart, With you have made us one. ...

    Article : 172 words
  20. ROSEMARY AND RUE.

    I fain would gather rosemary, But dread Its neighbour, bitter rue. Though close entwined the two maybe, I fain would gather rosemary; ...

    Article : 146 words
  21. REMEMBER.

    Blue harebells on a wind-swept hill. And over the hill the blue of the sea. A shingly beach by a water-mill, The scent of a lilac tree. ...

    Article : 59 words
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