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  2. AUCTION BRIDGE.

    The subject of informatory doubles is a treacherous marsh wherein even the most skilled may sink and flourder. Noble attempts at standardisation have been made ...

    Article : 1,065 words
  3. FAMOUS CRICKET.

    At times like the present when enthusiasm for our national game runs high, we naturally look down the years to see what Australia has done in past contests with England. She ...

    Article : 1,648 words
  4. PRINCE OF WALES' RANCH IN CANADA.

    This picture has been reproduced from a Canadian Christmas ca rd sent to Mr. Henry Flockhart, of this city, by an old college friend. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 31 words
  5. BANJO.

    It was on a cold November day that I set out with my friend Venner to drive to Okanagan Falls—six miles away—where we were to find a brown pup. The pup was only a ...

    Article : 1,636 words
  6. A GENIUS.

    London cables of the week seem to indicate that a great Australian writer, long neglected in her own country, may at length come to be regarded here at her true value. ...

    Article : 1,519 words
  7. IBN SA'OUD.

    The cables reporting the raid and ambush by the Wahhabis, in which an American missionary. Rev. Henry Bilkett, was killed, recalls to my mind a recent Journey I made a ...

    Article : 1,205 words
  8. A MURRAY HOLIDAY.

    [?]ired of the usual seaside or mountain holiday, my friend T. and I spent some time in considering how best to use our leave, due [?] January. We had heard various ...

    Article : 1,368 words
  9. FOR THE CHILDREN.

    Mr. [?]ertie Bluebottle, a smart-looking fly, was buzzing about, to and fro, When little Miss Myrtle Mosquito walked by; She was limping, and Bertie Bluebottle said, ...

    Article : 82 words
  10. THE CARELESS CAT.

    In a sunny spot, outside the garage, Pussy lay peacefully sleeping, When down the little garden path Jimmy came merrily leaping. ...

    Article : 85 words
  11. PRETENDING.

    My dadd[?] plays a game of golf, And rides with Uncle Dennis; My grandpa likes the bowling green, My brother's keen on tennis; ...

    Article : 69 words
  12. MERLE AND MARJORIE.

    Merle sat on the round-topped post, on one side of the picket gate, dangl[?] her blackstockinged legs. She was hatless, the wind Playing with her dark hair that had been ...

    Article : 717 words
  13. THE MURRAY RIVER.

    This photograph shows the snags in the Murray at the present moment with drought making the river low. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 23 words
  14. AN OLD-TIME GARDEN.

    The garden was entered by wide double gates across the sloping lawn in front of the house, and had a row of great cedars (white) and acacia trees each side of the ...

    Article : 495 words
  15. OF POETRY.

    Lo she has looked on dawns of burning rose Flaming o'er long Blue lawns of sea—unwearied, watched the close ...

    Article : 187 words
  16. THE PLOVER.

    I shall not need the moon, To find thy trysting place; The plovers late and soon, O'er it in flight enlace ...

    Article : 136 words
  17. TO MY PUTTER.

    My driver and brassie are trusty, Mv irons are faithful and true; My [?]ck, though just a [?]nt rusty, Is an honest and [?]ty chap, too. ...

    Article : 158 words
  18. IN MINIATURE.

    One rosy cloud That's wafted higher; One golden-browed Tall mountain spire; ...

    Article : 31 words
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