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  2. A NATIVE STOIC.

    With the recent execution of Basiana and his partners in crime passed the little savage who, by the recent committ[?] of several brutal murders on the Solomon Islands, ...

    Article : 1,477 words
  3. THE LONDON SEASON.

    Just at the end of the month the English spring, which had remained extremely chilly, assumed its normal promise of summer, and Whitsuntide is to be warm, and probably fine ...

    Article : 1,741 words
  4. JOHN WARD'S DIARY.

    The Medical Society of London has decided to part with the Ward diary, to which the world is indebted for its scant knowledge of the manner of Shakespeare's death. The diary ...

    Article : 1,282 words
  5. OUT OF THE PAST.

    "I was in France at the time of the revolution in 1871, and the siege of Paris, and saw the big equestrian statue of Napoleon the Great pitched into the river at Bordeaux." ...

    Article : 873 words
  6. THE DORRIGO.

    The rich plateau of the Dorrigo—it is but rarely called plain "Dorrigo"—which overlooks the valleys of the Bellinger and Orara rivers on the North Coast has had a ...

    Article : 1,318 words
  7. OPENING OF THE DORRIGO RAILWAY.

    Upper Bellinger River at the foot of the Dorrigo Mountain. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 15 words
  8. "BEAU."

    Beau was born and bred in London, and when two years old was sent to make his home with us in Scotland, as his master, a relative of ours, was leaving for Australia. ...

    Article : 912 words
  9. FOR THE CHILDREN.

    Are you grumpy or gloomy or sad, little man? I'll tell you a wonderful trick; That will bring you contentment if anything can. ...

    Article : 134 words
  10. OLD AND ODD.

    Addressing the inaugural meeting of the University Literary Society, on the evening of Monday, June 25, Professor J. Le Gay Brereton recalled memories of similar clubs ...

    Article : 588 words
  11. MUSIC.

    When my Phyllis is a-singing Of the birds and bees a-winging, Or of elves and fairies swinging On the tree tops 'neath the moon, ...

    Article : 49 words
  12. WINTER-TIME.

    I have stockings, warm and new. That come right over my kneeses, I have a jumper, trimmed with blue. A cap with a cord and tassel too. ...

    Article : 91 words
  13. THE STORY OF REDCAP.

    As Redcap shut up his little shop for the night, there was a sad light in his eyes. "If business doesn't improve," he sighed, "we[?]l[?] have to move into a smaller tree, and ...

    Article : 762 words
  14. TIMBER TREASURES.

    Hauling logs to a Dorrigo mill. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 8 words
  15. THE POPLAR LANES.

    A steam is rising like a cloud above the paddocks all new-ploughed. The wind off Kosciusko is like wine of vintage old; ...

    Article : 153 words
  16. SUNSET.

    Behold a great Artist has painted a canvas And hung it across the far breadth of the skies! Rose [?]ushings and amethyst, aureate ...

    Article : 114 words
  17. THE LIGHT.

    One light alone, A golden spark, In all this zone! It makes the dark. ...

    Article : 85 words
  18. AN INTERLUDE.

    All day I sat above the city sereet, And heard the ceaseless tramp of busy feet, And listened to the clamour and the calls. And looking out, saw only grim grey walls. ...

    Article : 142 words
  19. BALANCE.

    God from His treasures did two phantoms fashion. The one the world called Love, the other, Passion. ...

    Article : 55 words
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