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  2. EXPERIENCES IN SYDNEY.

    Adelaide is not the most modest town I have met with, but its trumpet is but a very small instrument in comparison with those of its neighbours. It would be difficult for an ...

    Article : 2,438 words
  3. Scientific

    The Athenaum publishes the following extract from a letter of Miss M. BethamEdwards:—"I send you the following particulars of a recent scientific invention, ...

    Article : 663 words
  4. Literature.

    The last-published of the series of "English Men of Letters" is by Mr. Morley, who has chosen for his subject Edmond Burke, and most readers will consider this one of the best, if ...

    Article : 2,923 words
  5. RAIN V. GRAIN.

    It is a common saying that three fine days and a thunderstorm constitute an English summer; the present South Australian summer, with true antipodean topsy-turvyness, has been ...

    Article : 101 words
  6. ONE OF THE CONSEQUENCES OF "SKIMMING THE PAPERS."

    In the course of the conference between the Port Adelaide Regatta Committee and the Port Corporation upon the subject of a Corporation prize, Dr. Curtis, with what at first sight looks ...

    Article : 129 words
  7. WHAT'S IN A NAME.

    When this earth of ours was all completed and made ready for the residence of man, a certain celebrated personage, yelept Adam, was appointed nomenclator in-chief of the animal ...

    Article : 236 words
  8. Ceneralities.

    One touch of good humour makes the whole world grin. Have you ever thought how kind it is of the average murderer to forgive everybody before ...

    Article : 2,231 words
  9. Crabthorn Club Papers.

    Down In old-fashioned Somersetshire the agricultural labourers have a quaint sort of mowing chant which may be heard at any time of the day during the hay harvest in the ...

    Article : 376 words
  10. THE OCTOBER REVIEWS.

    In the Nineteenth Century Miss L. S. Bevington takes up Mr. Mallock's essay on "Modern Atheism in relation to Morality." For the last two years every one has been reading the essays ...

    Article : 2,477 words
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  12. THE LAST DAYS OF BERRY.

    Mene, mene, tekel, upharsin: lo, the handwriting on the wall, Berry, the days of your power are numbered, and your pride most soon have a fall, ...

    Article : 315 words
  13. "THE NEOTARED BOWL."

    The annual toast to the memory of Colonel Light was this year drunk from the Corporation silver bowl in vine presented by Mr. Auld. How was it that it did not suggest itself to the ...

    Article : 125 words
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