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  2. THE MAITLANDS.

    “Well, good bye, old fellow. I wish I could go with you. I hear the snipe are very thick at Bargooma, don’t forget to send me down a few brace if you have any luck.” ...

    Article : 1,462 words
  3. CHAPTER IV.

    It was an exciting time. The turbid breadth of flood water, which looked so innocent and picturesque at a distance, took a new meaning when it surged up against the wheels of ...

    Article : 1,629 words
  4. CHAPTER III.

    Victor Levison’s curiosity had been roused the remark of detective Smith as to the good-looking girl in the next carriage; and, therefore, when he found himself sitting ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,811 words
  5. CHAPTER VI.

    For days Henry Maitland lay in a semi-conscious state. The charge had struck him in the temple and literally blown a piece of the skull exposing the brain. The gun, when it ...

    Article : 708 words
  6. CHAPTER V.

    Henry Maitland’s property adjoined Bargooma. The two homesteads were about five miles apart. Maitland was not much of a sportsman himself— he was too keen and too eager in his pursuits of ...

    Article : 1,510 words
  7. CHAPTER II.

    Edward Maitland was a wealthy landed proprietor in one of the richest pastoral districts of Victoria. He had one son, Walter, whom he was not a little proud, but with ...

    Article : 1,723 words
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