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  2. PAGE LETTERS.

    As the European war becomes a certainty, the figure of Sir Edward Grey takes on larger proportions than over in Page's correspondence with the President. In that critical last ...

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  3. "THE SCOTSMAN."

    Probably no city in the world presents a grander or more varied prospect than Edinburgh, Scotland's capital, the grey metropolis of the north. Year by yenr it attracts ...

    Article : 1,406 words
  4. ON THE NORFOLK BROADS:

    There has always been a magic spell to me in the words "Norfolk Broads," so that when I received a wire from J., bidding me come up to the Norfolk Broads and spend a week ...

    Article : 1,112 words
  5. DEBATING.

    Every where the legal method of three speakers a side and judges is the Australian practice. This idea of judges is universal in Englishspeaking countries outside Great Britain. It ...

    Article : 1,682 words
  6. UNIVERSITY ARCHITECTURE.

    THIS VIEW OF THE SIDE OF THE GREAT HALL, GIVES A GOOD IDEA OF THE ORIGINAL BEAUTY OF OUR UNIVERSITY ARCHITECTURE. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 24 words
  7. THE BRITISH NAVY.

    The men of the American battleships the Grand Fleet—always on guard at its isolated base, and able to grant scant and infrequent leave to anyone serving in it—had ...

    Article : 1,338 words
  8. THE FLUTE.

    The flute has been an unrecognised, neglected, and largely discredited instrumen in its place in the orchestra it has been just tolerated while as an accredited solo ...

    Article : 858 words
  9. FACING CHAOS.

    Even though the strike were to ena tomorrow, everybody who knows Hongkong will readily admit that the colony would still be face to face with the gravest crisis in its ...

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  10. FOR THE CHILDREN.

    Bob's my dog—he belongs to me. He knows he does—why you should sea Him when I call Or throw my ball. ...

    Article : 228 words
  11. ELECTRIFICATION.

    When the New South Wales Railways Department first moved for the electrification of suburban lines, it entered upon a new era of scientific experience. No other enterprise in ...

    Article : 598 words
  12. THE SPINY ANTEATER.

    Stickly-prickly-porky-pine. What is it like on ants to dine? Would you rather have your dinner than mine? ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. LOVER'S SONG.

    To a bird upon a tree, Singing, singing, sweetly singing, "Sure," I said, "a sprite like thee Knows what's in the heart of me, ...

    Article : 119 words
  14. BEDTIME.

    We walked in the orchard; the heavy-hung boughs Seemed dreaming at sunset; the sky was flushed red; ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. AN INVALID'S WINDOW.

    The noisy starlings chatter on the wires; Below the busy street is swept and chill, Above the drab clouds hurry past the spires, But here, alone my room is warm and still. ...

    Article : 202 words
  16. LUCK.

    "I wasn't born," said the Sovonth Son. Sucking a silver spoon. "But I saw black swans the other night Flying across the moon. ...

    Article : 132 words
  17. SPRING.

    Spring from grey winter's arms now leaps again. A rainbow child on either flower-like hand, And, following, a careless sunny train ...

    Article : 95 words
  18. UNLESS.

    That time, a fire fairy came dancing out to me. You might have thought it just a, spark. Unless you'd eyes to see. But those who know can tell you true of ...

    Article : 104 words
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