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  2. Hugh Lindsay's Guest.

    Mrs. Troubridge and Mr. Lufton were not long in hearing of the great piece of news that was agitating the family at Branxholm, and they lost little time before they came to ...

    Article : 5,866 words
  3. Pickings from Melbourne Punch.

    Why do people call their residences by such strange names Why should a srick cottage be called "Stonehenge;" or a little wooden tenement in a shady street "Sunny Side?" Why are ...

    Article : 1,281 words
  4. Tales and Sketches.

    In the early days of South Australia there was considerable trade with Hobart Town and Launceston for timber, potatoes, and fruit, which are now procured elsewhere; but ...

    Article : 5,784 words
  5. Wit, Wisdom, and Humour.

    "She isn't all that my fancy painted her." bitterly exclaimed a rejected lover; and "worse than that, she isn't all that she paints herself." ...

    Article : 691 words
  6. Poetry, Original and Selected.

    The rooks are calling, calling, calling. The rooks are calling from the tree; The withered leaves are falling, falling. And the winds sigh heavily: ...

    Article : 197 words



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