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  2. With Burbank in the Orchard.

    ALMOST every country yard has one or two orchard trees in some odd corner—an apple[?] or pear tree, or cherry or plum. For the ...

    Article : 2,097 words
  3. In Lighter Vein.

    THE invincible "phlegme Brittanique" is well illustrated by the following anecdote. On a Channel boat, crossing to England, a ...

    Article : 1,072 words
  4. Music and Drama.

    THE "Pester Lloyd" has published a previously unknown letter by Franz Liszt. It was discovered at a local auction of books, rare ...

    Article : 1,705 words
  5. Vanity Fair.

    THE early autumn craze for novelties is most marked in Sydney, my dear, and the newly imported Parisian goods are finding a ready ...

    Article : 342 words
  6. Romance and Tragedy.

    WHEN a man, or woman probably, reaches a certain age he or she —and perhaps I had better follow the masculii pronoun, as in ...

    Article : 1,665 words
  7. Achilles to the Front.

    JADE has come into its own more forcibly than ever—strings of it are seen quite unadorned on blonde and olive throats alike, while other types of ...

    Article : 395 words
  8. The Rev. Maitland Woods.

    IN the room of a Government official in a responsible position. The Official: "Who is your man at Kangaroo Point?" I asked, "Why, ...

    Article : 75 words
  9. Grown-up Children.

    THE modern creator of toys must understand these grown-up children who dance with toys affectionately tucked under then arms. In the case of Child ...

    Article : 526 words
  10. The World of Pictures.

    HOW a marriage between an aristocrat and a commoner might turn into a beautiful and colourful romance is interestingly told[?] in ...

    Article : 845 words
  11. SCENE II.

    In my office in Cairo during the war. A man down from the front line opening letters which had accumulated. Amongst others he passed one to me from ...

    Article : 1,291 words
  12. "By the Pleasant Watercourses."

    THE suburb of Brisbane in which I live has one of the most interesting histories in Australia, for it forms portion of that grant of ...

    Article : 572 words



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