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  2. WOMAN'S CORNER. HISS MILES FRANKLIN.

    Some four years ago (says "Woman's Sphere") a girl, born and brought up in the bush in New South Wales, determined to write a book which should give her ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 684 words
  3. SHREDS AND PATCHES.

    When the Czar Nicholas heard of the disaster to the Petropavlovsk he wept. He at once summoned his chaplain to offer prayers for the repose of the souls of the ...

    Article : 1,532 words
  4. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    Miss Marie Narelle goes to America to fulfil engagements, and will then revisit Australia and New Zealand. The Permans open with their ...

    Article : 1,551 words
  5. THE OBELISK OF MOUNT PELEE.

    We reproduce herewith a remarkable photograph taken by Mr. E. O. Hovey, for which we are indebted to the "Scientific American." It ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 249 words
  6. NOT ENOUGH COSTUME.

    Mdle. Carlier, a Paris actress, who refused in a presumably oriental play called "Fleur d'Annam," a costume to which she objected, because she considered that there ...

    Article : 219 words
  7. A NEW ANGLO-INDIAN NOVELIST.

    Among the more recent recruits to the ranks of our lady novelists, there are few (says the "Bystander") whose work is marked by a stronger individuallity than ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 264 words
  8. THE STATE REGISTRATION OF NURSES.

    In view of the movement now being organised for the formation of a Trained Nurses Association in Brisbane to be affiliated with the similar association in ...

    Article : 716 words
  9. TO MAKE A CHILDREN'S PARTY A SUCCESS.

    Children delight in "parties" Yet it is very easy to make mistakes in managing such affairs that will seriously mar their success. ...

    Article : 520 words
  10. HINTS ON RECITING.

    It is very interesting to the many admirers of the fine art of recitation to note into what great and widespiead popularity it has sprung in the last few years, its ...

    Article : 878 words
  11. "A HUNDRED AND TWENTY YEARS AFTER."

    A correspondent of the "Daily Graphic" writes:— It seems more than probable that the "Long Tom" fished up in Gibraltar Bay ...

    Article : 1,245 words
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