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  2. THE TOURIST.

    The next morning after breakfast we go for a walk up the the zig-zag road towards Oberon (on the way to Tarana). The road winds up the hill like the railway zig-zag, and is very ...

    Article : 3,283 words
  3. SCIENTIFIC.

    M. Lippmann's remarkable discovery relating to photographing in colours still occupies public scientific attention here. Of course the discovery, as announced in our ...

    Article : 3,154 words
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  5. THE NATURALIST.

    An American sarant, Professor Garner, in the New Review, asserts that monkeys have a language which can be recorded by the phonograph. He has visited many zoological ...

    Article : 816 words
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