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  2. A PAGE FOR WOMEN

    The "Herald's" Page for Women is published on Wednesdays. Communications should be addressed to "The Editor, A Page for Women, ...

    Article : 43 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,321 words
  4. AUSTRALIANS ABROAD.

    A service of memorial for the late Sir Julian Salomons was held in the Chapel of Gray's Inn on Good Friday morning. Among those present were Mr. T. G. White.(Secretary to ...

    Article : 344 words
  5. FASHION'S PHILOSOPHY.

    Fashion is proverbially as fickle as the wind, but every now and then there arrives a style which is so universally popular that it stays with us for quite a long time. The most ...

    Article : 885 words
  6. PORT AFTER STORMY SEAS.

    It is the port into which drifts that fleet of human vessels which the storm of life has treated cruelly. Buffeted by the winds of want, and tossed by the soas of pain, one by ...

    Article : 1,111 words
  7. PUCK'S GIRDLE.

    "Tll put a girdle round about the earth in forty minutes."—Midsummer Nights Dream. Mrs. J. T. Shaw, who has recently returned from Japan, will give a chat on her trip this ...

    Article : 789 words
  8. BEGINNING AT HOME.

    The other day I was looking through the shelves at a leading educational bookseller's to find some simple book from which a child might learn something of the flowers and ...

    Article : 1,214 words
  9. SPEECH READING.

    I was at a luncheon party one day in London where I sat next to a girl who was most entertaining. We talked on many subjects, and became very interested in each other. ...

    Article : 1,051 words
  10. THE UBIQUITIOUS ANT.

    Australian writers of both prose and verse almost unanimously speak of the melancholy stillness of the Australian bush. This melancholy stillness must be the outcome either ...

    Article : 688 words
  11. "A PECK OF DIRT."

    Yesterday I decided to have an extra nice t[?]. This Was not because I take a more than common interest in my inner womau, but because my work necessitates my usually ...

    Article : 668 words
  12. BOARDING-HOUSES AND LADY HELPS.

    Every week we hear of fresh efforts being made to solve the problem of the domestic servant. Perhaps on no woman in the community does this worry press as heavily as in ...

    Article : 561 words
  13. THE EMPIRE LEAGUE.

    Mrs. Rutter, hon. secretary of the British Empire League, has received the following letter from Miss Talbot, the secretary of the Victoria League in London, of which the ...

    Article : 454 words
  14. SAVE OUR TREES.

    It seems to me that the destruction of our native birds and animals is closely connected with the "fiagrant and wholesale" destruction of our native trees. ...

    Article : 219 words
  15. CORRESPONDENCE.

    P.G,—You can obtain all information about the Optimists' Club from the srcretary Mrs. Gordon Craig, The Crossways, Centennial Park, Sydney. Q.Q.—There is a depot in connection with the Girls' ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 242 words
  16. TO CONTRIBUTORS,

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 14 words
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