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  2. Fifty Years Ago.

    The following gentlemen have been appointed members of the Road Board for the road from Leyburn to Goondiwindi and Callandoon:—Messrs. John ...

    Article : 921 words
  3. Science and Nature.

    No created spirit penetrates into the inner secret of nature. Happy is be to whom she shows but the outer shell. —HALLER. ...

    Article : 1,899 words
  4. Books of the Week.

    Any intimate study of Kemal Pasha and his associates, of the Turkish Nationalist Assembly at Angora, and of the life and aspirations of the Nationalist Turks must ...

    Article : 1,546 words
  5. POINT LOOKOUT.

    In a recent article by Mr. A. Meston, mention has been made by him of the beauties of Point Lookout, the extreme eastern portion of the Isle of Stradbroke. ...

    Article : 2,390 words
  6. Queensland's 153rd Anniversary.

    The 22nd August is the date which many Australians (even in the Mother-colony of New South Wales) desire to substitute for the 26th January, as the ...

    Article : 1,497 words
  7. A THRILLING INCIDENT IN MIMIC WARFARE.

    At the recent Royal Air Force pageant, near London, a representation was given of an incident that occurred in Mesopotamia. A small military force defending an important railway bridge was attacked by Arabs, and escaped on a Vickers troop-carrier 'plane which was sent to their assistance. Sopwith Snipes attacked the enemy while the garrison emplaned, and a demolition party placed charges which blew up the bridge as the troop carriers and escort got away. The photograph was taken at the moment of the explosion, when debris was hurled high in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 120 words
  8. JEST AND EARNEST.

    "There's many a true word spoke in jest"— and earliest. When Bowen Left the Empire! Mr. Elphinstone: [?] "We should think ...

    Article : 1,394 words
  9. THE ROSETTA STONE.

    Popular interest in ancient Egypt has been greatly quickened by the sensational discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb in the Valley of the Kings at the end of last ...

    Article : 1,337 words
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