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  2. THE CHILDREN'S PAGE.

    "OH, dear! Oh, dear! Whenever will I get this handkerchief finished?" sighed Ann. "I've been nearly a fortnight over it, and it's not finished yet. Jennie's birthday is the day after to-morrow, and I'm sure ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 772 words
  3. HONOUR LETTER.

    DEAR CINDERELLA. I am writing you a few lines to say I would like to be friends with you. I live 21 miles from Port Maekay, in a little township called Eton. 1 was 10 years ...

    Article : 417 words
  4. ALICK'S "LITTLE DUCK."

    IN our page of April 7 I published an Honour Letter from Alick Forster, of Haberfiold, who wrote all about, his little pet duck Annette, who, he says, "is very pretty and can swim very fast." I think Alick (and many other ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 474 words
  5. MY GARDEN.

    THE flowers I like best are sweet peas. I like pansies. too. If I grew sweet peas I would put them in rows with bricks round the garden. I would put. them as vines by the house. Another thing I would like to do ...

    Article : 109 words
  6. CINDERELLA'S POST-BAG.

    DEAR CINDERELLA. I would like to be one of your friends. I am nine years old, and I live in the country. There are two magpies that come here; they eat out of our hand. I am sending you a, snapshot of the ...

    Article : 1,843 words
  7. OUR COMPETITIONS.

    THE Senior subject for both boys and girls is an original poern of not more than 20 lines. For girls any outdoor subject may be chosen, while the boys are asked to turn their poetic fancy loose on some subject ...

    Article : 246 words
  8. PUZZLE SOLUTION.

    ONLY one competitor—Gerald Williams, of Galong—succeeded in making out a complete list of the transposed names, in our last puzzle. These were all names connected with Australian deeds of arms in the ...

    Article : 60 words
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