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  2. Ladies Column

    BUT hush! the voice from the little bed, And the watchful mother bent her head, "Mammy, I know that I'm [?] to die, And I want to wish them all good-bye. ...

    Article : 601 words

    WIDI-WIDI is the name of the last village we had to call at on this portion of Normanby Island. Soon after dawn the Victoria steamed towards the shore to land one boy. The boy ...

    Article : 3,269 words

    THE moon is rising bright and clear Above those rugged mountains high; Above the scrub where tall pines rear Their coughs and strive to reach the sky. ...

    Article : 171 words
  5. Trifles Turned to Account.

    SOME women have a mania for covering the walls of their sitting rooms with trifling ornaments, and the last idea is pattens, the veritable wooden pattens which country-women ...

    Article : 987 words
  6. The Busy World.

    ONE lovely summer's day the sky was blue and the sunbeams bright; the birds were singing gaily and the bees humming loudly; the butterflies were visiting the flowers, and ...

    Article : 808 words
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