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  2. THE PARIS EXHIBITION.—II.

    The France of twenty-five years ago—for it was in 1874 that i left for Australia—and the France of to[?] [?] indeed two very different countries. Germany had shortly ...

    Article : 1,566 words
  3. CINDERELLA AT HOME.

    The separation movement, as far as this colony is concerned, culminated on Saturday morning, when one Mathieson, M.L.C., and another Jenkins, M.L.C., with the ...

    Article : 1,428 words
  4. RUSKIN AND MODERN BUSINESS.

    We imagine that there is much vagueness of thought on the part of many who sympathise with the economic teachings of the late Mr. Ruskin, as there is also no little ...

    Article : 1,447 words
  5. A CONTINGENT HORSE.

    They took me from the watercourse, That gees through Simmon's run; They stabled me, and rubbed me down, As they has never done. ...

    Article : 354 words
  6. THE PRODUCING INTERESTS.

    When Dr. Maxwell, the sugar expert of Honolulu, was in Queensland recently he made inquiries into the meat industry, and his report, which has just been received by ...

    Article : 2,383 words
  7. IN FAR ALASKA.

    When you travel across the ice you must take all your firewood with you, and you must calculate the quantity so that the supply may not run out before the journey's ...

    Article : 2,527 words
  8. THE "JAWKINS" POINT OF VIEW.

    The war is still filling the columns of the papers. Yet, when I want war news I seldom open a paper. I sit still and listen to Jawkins. Jawkins is a lawgiver. He ...

    Article : 1,041 words
  9. IAN MACLAREN ON THE WAH.

    There are those who, with a deep sense of responsibility, would vote for peace, and it is not becoming that they should be counted cowardly or disloyal because they ...

    Article : 2,268 words
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