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    IT was not Mrs. Stowe's Topsy who sent the telegram. It was our little flutterbudget of a girl, whose real name is Marion, but who was re-christencd "Topsy" by her uncle Ralph, on ...

    Article : 1,587 words
  3. A Trip to Southport and Burleigh Heads.

    TAKING advantage of a long-expressed wish and warm invitation, I started to Beenleigh on Wednesday, the 14th February, to transact some business at the Land Court on my way ...

    Article : 1,918 words

    WHEN I first saw Sinnis, it was—auspicious fact—breakfast time. I was descending the saloon stairs when someone came rushing past me with a face so bright and gladsome that it ...

    Article : 1,257 words
  5. A Frenchman's Picture of the English.

    IT is not always pleasant to behold ourselves as depicted by others, either with pen or pencil; but when the delineator has been dead one or two hundred years, and " we" are represented ...

    Article : 705 words
  6. A Queenslander at Home.

    THE following is another of the interesting letters sent to a Brisbane friend by Mr. T. Finney from the old country, descriptive of his journeyings there:— ...

    Article : 1,998 words



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