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  2. AUSTRALIAN SHORT STORIES

    I am only a wallaby, but I am as good as anybody. "A man's a man for a that," and a wallaby is as good as any of your long-tailed English peacocks, and big-footed emus. ...

    Article : 2,160 words
  3. THE "GOOL HOPE."

    "Bolt!" repeated Maurice Cherson, M.B., "Do talk sense, Dick. What do I gain by bolting?" "Well, you get Alice, and that is your main ...

    Article : 1,531 words
  4. ON THE PLAINS.

    Away, away, across the sunny plains. The dewdrops glisten on the waving grass, Our curb-chains jingle as we touch the reins, The morning breezes greet us as we pass. ...

    Article : 199 words
  5. WHAT WE MIGHT HAVE DONE.

    In youth we start with brave resolves To win a rare and lofty name, To be enrolled amid the few Who have secur'd the crown of fame; ...

    Article : 167 words
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