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  2. EDUCATION REFORM.

    "The fact that there is no machinary for promoting a free interchange of ideas between teacher and teacher, school and school; coupled with the distaste the average teacher exhibits towards ...

    Article : 665 words
  3. YPRES AND HILL 60.

    Last autumn my wife and I visited Hill 60 and the old battleground area around Ypres (writes Herbert P. Lee in the "Empire Review.") I had worked at various intervals ...

    Article : 1,339 words
  4. LIFE IN LONDON.

    Most of those who read this column would spend the Christmas season in far happier climatic conditions than we did. It was an old-fashioned Christmas, a post-card ...

    Article : 1,401 words
  5. SUN AND SURF.

    All roads lead to the surf. So we find when the car joins the stream of traffic northward bound for the wonderful beaches that fringe the coast from Manly to Broken Bay. At last ...

    Article : 1,319 words
  6. BY MOUNTAIN AND FLOOD.

    The Macpherson Ranges are seen in the distance. At last week- end a phenomenal fall of 15 inches of rain in the district caused the river to use 50ft at Kyogle, and flood a portion of the town. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 55 words
  7. FOR THE CHILDREN.

    Oh! Mulunga thou art a had child, come down at once." "Come thou and get me, old, fat woman," said Mulunga. "Thy sharp tongue will get thee nothing but a tarashing with ...

    Article : 742 words
  8. EARLY DISCOVERY.

    A Portuguese proverb to the effect that "No one has a secret that sooner or later shall not be discovered" is being proved just now in connection with the discovery of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,271 words
  9. MERCHANT SERVICE.

    There is not a naval officer worth his salt who will not heartily applaud the elevation in status of the Empire's merchant marine due to the King's action in conferring on the Prince ...

    Article : 996 words
  10. NOTHING NEW.

    As the ancient world gives up its dead it seems as though there is nothing new in the world. A foreign firm of world-famed makers of glass proclaimed some time ago the ...

    Article : 811 words
  11. "WISHES."

    I wish we had a stone wall, Instead of our old fence, I wish my Auntie Mary Wouldn t say I've got no sense, ...

    Article : 108 words
  12. ANCIENT HITTITES.

    Children of the Hittite race who went to school in Asin Minor about 1000 B.C. had to learn dead languages just as the modern school boy learns Latin. Baked clay tablets found ...

    Article : 230 words
  13. UNHEEDED.

    I gathered little songs From where the poplars whisper low. They sing while through their slenderness Blow soft winds, to and fro. ...

    Article : 158 words
  14. NURSERY RHYMES.

    Crab! Crab! What will you have, A biscuit, a bun, or a cherry? My dad said to me, That crabs in the sea ...

    Article : 128 words
  15. AN INN IN FRANCE.

    "Au chant des oiseaux." On the hillside bare, Blackened and bare that once was leafy green, Beside a brook that leaps from stone to pool— War has not choked the spring it has not ...

    Article : 138 words
  16. LASSIANDRA.

    Blue loveliness the Lassiandra [?]ings Across the lawn and down the stone-flagged path— A scattered host of broken, violet wings. ...

    Article : 57 words
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