Teach us to bear the yoke in youth, With steadfastness and careful truth— That in time Thy grace may give The truth whereby the nations live. ...Article : 183 words
Love's labor is not ever lost Howe'er its purposes be crossed. It will, it must, at length pre[?] Though all hell's power its strength ...Article : 98 words
Brown was born with a silver spoon in his mouth." "Yes, But he never made much of a stir with it." ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 30 words
The little brook that runs by my door Is locked in its icy bed. The little birds that I loved or [?]. Have gone from their branch [?] ...Article : 250 words
The trouble with my wife is she will have the last word." "Lucky dog! My wife never gets there!" Re-published from Sydney "Bulletin." ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 42 words
If all the troubles in the world Were traced back to their start, We's find one one in ten begun. From want of willing heart. ...Article : 256 words
I'd very much like to be your maid. One shilling a week I must be paid: I'm fired of school, and I'm tired of play. ...Article : 107 words
Some say "To-morrow" [?] comes— A saying off thought right— But, if to-morrow never, came. No end were of "to-night." ...Article : 63 words
My hall is red And smooth and round, I make it bounce Upon the ground. ...Article : 115 words
The Bairns' Circle wishes "Charles Ray" many happy returns of the day. Your m[?] "Shire for A[?]." ...Article : 541 words
Flo Cra[?] would like a pen-friend to write her at Gordonvale. Some Bairn might write to her. Evelvn Slade ("Ragged Blosso[?]") ...Article : 10 words
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