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  2. INLAND WATERWAYS.

    Lock 6 had been officially opened the day before we arrived, and we had the distinction of being the first private boat to pass through. The river was now held throughout by the ...

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  3. HIGHER EDUCATION

    In an address to the annual conference of the Secondary Teachers' Association on Monday, September 8, the Minister for Education made certain official statements that call for ...

    Article : 1,595 words
  4. MT. WAKEFIELD.

    Why do people climb mountains? I mean apart from those who become addicted to it in early life—you know, habit-forming people who, cost them what it may, insist on doing ...

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  5. THE FIRST RAILWAY.

    No less a personage than the Duke of Wellington came up from London to attend the opening of the Liverpool and Manchester [?]ailway. ...

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  6. HISTORIC ANTIQUES.

    The return of Lord Beauchamp brings back memories of the marvellous collection of art treasures which he brought out with him 30 years ago, and which won the admiration of ...

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  7. THE BEAUTIFUL VALLEY OF THE PEEL.

    An article describing the Peel River district appeared on this page on September 6. The picture shows the valley viewed from the ranges east of Tamworth. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 34 words
  8. WHAT FLOOD BROUGHT

    Two summers ago there lived in our swimming pool, in the deepest part of the river, three platypus, the father, the mother, and the baby. ...

    Article : 893 words
  9. INCOME TAX.

    Do rich men, I wonder, ever pause to consider whether they get value for their income tax? Take, for instance, the case of a man whose yearly tax amounts to £5000. The ...

    Article : 634 words
  10. FOR THE CHILDREN.

    Millicent Mary Is bold and contrary, Her MA says, Her PA says, ...

    Article : 109 words
  11. QUESTION TIME.

    Are any castles in the air To aviators let? And folks who sleep in attic rooms, Do they rheumatics get? ...

    Article : 146 words
  12. STERN-WHEEL STEAMER, CAPTAIN STURT.

    Used in lock and weir construction on the Murray. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. LITTLE DAVID.

    Some little boys are bad boys, And some little boys are good; But some little boys are funny boys, However they're understood. ...

    Article : 160 words
  14. POTTED BIOGRAPHIES.

    Oh, Helen of Troy was a comely young party, With the looks of Lucrece and the arts of Who was wed—for her maidenhood needn't delay us— ...

    Article : 416 words
  15. ETERNAL WOMAN.

    I wish I were an apple, High up upon a tree, And many little boys and girls Would gaze and wish for me. ...

    Article : 122 words
  16. GREAT RICHES.

    Do you ever watch the sunset, when pink lights are on the cloud ranks, When the hills are clothed in purple and the birds are flying low? ...

    Article : 252 words
  17. THE CRANE AND THE CROW.

    Not so very long ago—perhaps a thousand years or so—a Crane was fishing in a creek to get provisions for the week, when along the bank came a big, white Crow, who said: ...

    Article : 273 words
  18. A LITTLE GIRL'S MUMMY, NICHOLSON MUSEUM.

    Then sorrowfully she pressed her small, hot head Close to her mother's heart, weary of play. They put her reed shoes quietly away. ...

    Article : 134 words
  19. FERNYDALE.

    Dreaming I was—of Fernydale, The sun was setting there, Through almond-blossoms, pink and pale[?]— (O but the dream was fair!) ...

    Article : 73 words
  20. A SILVER GUM.

    O lovely tree—I didn't know Such loveliness, as now you show, Was hid beneath your sombre gown Of russet brown. ...

    Article : 91 words
  21. THE REQUIEM.

    Down in the gully there's a rhythmic sound Of blow upon blow, as an axe bites deep In the trembling trunk of a proud tree crowned With the follage bred of the season's creep ...

    Article : 73 words
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