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  3. AM IMPRESSION

    A WHISPER—faint, caressing, intangible—the ineffable sweetness of the expression of youthful first love, spoken so softly that the ear of the listener is brushed by the lips ...

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  4. TODAY'S DIARY OF A MAN ABOUT TOWN

    A NOVEL document—Mr. Nesbitt's annual report. Power of the Press Some of the old hands were talking about ...

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  6. THE LETTER [?]

    SIR.—When a foolish individual is indiscreet enough to stir up a hornets' neat, he must be prepared to suffer the penalty. In the "Evening News," 3/5/24, I read with ...

    Article : 640 words
  7. MODERN CIVILISATION

    The question: "What is the matter with civilisation?" has been answered in various ways. As the shoemaker insists that "there is nothing like leather," so everybody tries to ...

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  8. BUYING A CAR

    TO-DAY an extremely large trade is carried on in second-hand motor cars. It behoves all purchasers of second-hand cars to look well to the title of their vendor. ...

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  9. GOLF

    ANYONE who is keen on improving his game and thoroughly understanding the why and wherefore of all the golfing shots should read ...

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  10. ABOUT KISSING.

    Sir,—I don't think much of your correspondent, Billy Capillary, anyway. He talks about the women who have kissed him. That's worse than kissing and telling. And, as is generally ...

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  11. A BOOK REVIEW.

    THE public is again indebted to Messrs. Augus and Robertson for a wonderful bargain, for no one can deny that ten shillings is not a remarkably low price for I must state first of all that this book is not a boil-down at his "Outline of History." It is an entirely separate work, intended as prefatory to a study of the larger work. When ...

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  12. A QUERY

    SIR,—In view of the outcry in certain sections of the Australian Press against the Budget outlined by the British Government and Mr. Bruce's veiled threats of withdrawing ...

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  13. SUN-GOD

    Sun-god took where poor folks live. Give what warmth you have to give, Shine on them through winds and rains, Bless their threadbare counterpanes. ...

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  14. THEATRE SEATS RUNNING OUR RAILWAYS

    Sir,—On a recent holiday matinee three of us paid in all 13/- for three seats at the Grand Opera House. Inside we found ourselves behind a great crowd of standing people in the Sir,—I am a general agent and buyer resident in Newcastle, and for a considerable time my consignments per passenger train from Sydney to Newcastle and West Maitland have ...

    Article : 387 words
  15. STRAIGHTENING THINGS UP

    See the adventures of the Clancy Kids and others in color in the "Sunday News" to-morrow. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. IN THE BUSH TO-DAY

    Many of our migratory birds, among which are Honey-eaters, Whistlers and Cuckoos, are wise enough to get three months spring while we poor humans, only get one month. Spring ...

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