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  2. IN THE LIBRARY.

    "WHO said our birds were songless? Not Adam Lindsay Gordon. Who said our flowers were scentless? Not Gordon. No! For him the birds sang gaily." The words quoted constitute the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,136 words
  3. "No Bird of Song."

    PERUSAL of W. Farmer Whyte's extremely interesting article on Lindsay Gordon reminds me that it is generally accepte'd as a fact that Marcus Clarke's preface to Gordon's Poems is responsible for the impression as to ...

    Article : 317 words
  4. BACON.

    STEPS are being taken in Sydney for the foundation of a Bacon Society. As the Bard of Avon has an enthusiastic body of Australians devoted to his cult, it is to be expected that Lord Verulam's name should also ...

    Article : 150 words
  5. SOME NEW BOOKS.

    MRS. CAMPBELL PRAED has little to say nowadays about her native Australia. Several of her later novels have dealt with the "occult." The heroine of her latest, "The Body of His Desire: A Romance of the ...

    Article : 327 words
  6. BLUE EYES.

    I SHALL remember, the' the silence lies Unbroken 'twixt your life and mine, Blue Eyes, The' in the ashes grey, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 85 words
  7. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    "Tarantella," by Edith Macvane, an interesting love story, with an Italian setting (Hurst and Blaclett, through George Robertson and Co.). "Dickie Dilver," by G. B. Burgin, a tale brimful of incident, in ...

    Article : 79 words
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