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  2. YOUNG FOLKS

    Stanley Arthur's mouth was like the largest capital O, and from it proceeded appalling sounds which echoed in the still air. "OO-yah-OO-yah-OOO," he walled as he inserted ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 3,149 words
  3. MORNING.

    In the shady woodland Where the shadows play, Bush birds in their gladness Sing to greet the day. ...

    Article : 57 words
  4. THE LIEUTENANT'S HORSEBACK RIDE

    Oh! the boisterous winds had battered the good British ship The Flame, And bo to make a few repairs into Port Said she came; ...

    Article : 436 words
  5. YOUNG FOLKS' CORRESPONDENCE BOX.

    Letters from Young Folks under 18 years will be answered in- this column. Stories and verges will be re. J and criticised, and if suitable may find a place on the "Young Folks" Page. The age of the writers ...

    Article : 314 words
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