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  2. The Bushlover.

    THE big streaked wattle-bird, perhaps known better to most as the gill-bird, is one of the commonest honey-eaters I have met with in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,211 words
  3. An Early Moreton Bay Sensation.

    AS stated in this column a week or two ago, a Toowoomba correspondent had written to ask if any particulars were available of a ...

    Article : 2,113 words
  4. Music and Drama.

    RECENTLY a London music teacher, through the medium of the Press, has been telling how many of his pupils are middle-aged and elderly ...

    Article : 2,021 words
  5. Science and Nature.

    IT has been found, experimentally, that light, in common with other radiant energy, is transmitted through space at approximately 186,326 miles per ...

    Article : 1,642 words
  6. City Government by Commission.

    THE drastic change proposed for the governance of Sydney will not be the first experiment of its kind to have been attempted in ...

    Article : 1,670 words
  7. Aboriginalities.

    "YOU been forget Captain Cook," a dusky Islander, captain of a native cutter, Temarked to me one day when the proceeds of a ...

    Article : 800 words
  8. The World of pictures.

    ELINOR GLYN'S light comedy picture, "Ritzy," with Betty Bronson in the mane port, is coming to the Tivoli Theatre on December 26. ...

    Article : 689 words
  9. Cape and Noyes.

    A romance in the world of books has reached its culmination. Mr. Jonathan Cape, the head of one of the best known publishing houses, was married to a lady ...

    Article : 87 words
  10. A Friend of Lamb.

    "My old friend, Ralph Bigod, Esq.," is a familiar figure in Charles Lamb's "Essays of Elia " The orginal was Lamb's friend John Fenwick, who will be ...

    Article : 94 words
  11. Kerensky.

    Ker[?]nsky, who was at one time, so prominent a figure in the Russian Revolution, has written his own story of it. He shows how the Revolutionists established ...

    Article : 99 words
  12. Grey of Fallodon.

    Lord Grey of Fallodon must now be regarded as one of our regular authors. His new book. "The Charm of Birds." which Messrs. Hodder and Staughton ...

    Article : 86 words

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