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  2. AN AIR ITS ASTER.

    Dear Aunt Patsy,—It is such a long time since I last wrote to you, that I suppose you have almost forgotten me. On Christmas Eve I cut my ...

    Article : 193 words
  3. A RECORD ATTENDANCE.

    Dear, Aunt [?] so to St. Mary’s School. I am is the fourth grade. I have two [?] their names are Jack (71) and Leo (21). ...

    Article : 151 words
  4. THE “SHACK” AT ONE TREE HILL.

    Dear Aunt Patsy,—This, is the first time I have written you a long letter and I hope you will think it good enough to publish IN “The ...

    Article : 277 words
  5. FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS.

    Dear First Mate, —No doubt you will think me very careless in not writing to thank you for the badge, prize money, and last (but not by any ...

    Article : 345 words
  6. ACROSS THE BARWON.

    Dear Aunt Patsy..—I have been wondering if you have forgotten me. Dear Aunt. I am now trying for your letter competition. I have already ...

    Article : 211 words
  7. Results of Competitions Nos. 40 and 42.

    1.—Mary Ryan, Tyers, via Traralgon, aged 14. 2.—Ernie McLean, Laver's Hill, aged 9. Hon. Mention.—Monica Fiddes, Wahgunyah; [?] Fox, Alvie; Kathleen Currie, Portarlington; Aileen Bren, Buninyong; ...

    Article : 94 words
  8. MOUNTAIN ROADS AND VIEWS.

    Dear Aunt Patsy,— Having never before written to you, I am now taking the opportunity to do so, trusting that you will accept me as one of ...

    Article : 642 words
  9. This Week's Competition, No. 45.

    How many words can you make out of the letters of the word "Wheat"? 5/- prize to the child of 15 or under who sends in the most. 2/6 prize to child of 11 or under who makes the best attempt. letter can be used twice in the same word unless it appears twice ...

    Article : 72 words
  10. WANGABATTA’S INDUSTRIES.

    Dear Aunt Patsy.—As I have some leisure to write, I will tell you a little more about Wangaratta. it is a large wheat growing district and ...

    Article : 222 words
  11. RULES FOR COMPETITORS.

    1. Only one side of the paper is to be written on. 2. Ink, not lead pencil, is to be used, 3. Do not forget to put your age underneath your name, as entries cannot be accepted unless this is dope. ...

    Article : 72 words
  12. PICNIC AND PUPPIES.

    Dear Aunt Patsy,—I wrote to you last November, and was delighted to see my "letter in “The Advocate.” You asked me to tell you about our school ...

    Article : 381 words
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