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  2. CANASTOTA, A FLOATING BOMB

    If ever a proper inquiry be set on foot as to the cause of the disappearance of the steamer "Canastota," which sailed from Port Jackson for America, via New Zealand, on June 13, 1921, several startling facts will come to light. The evidence will show that, on at least two occasions, the intensely dangerous condition of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,391 words
  3. LEAGUE OF THE POPPY

    "Only some damned Chinese vegetable after all!" Fisher was disgusted with the whole business. He had carried a small barrel, weighing about 40lbs., from the rocks at Coogee to his home, only to find, as he thought, that it was valueless. He had been black-breaming ...

    Article : 1,131 words
  4. THE PRICE OE UNITY

    The Manchester "Guardian," in a temperate yet forceful leading article on the Irish problem, urges, the acceptance by Ireland of Dominion status as offered by Lloyd George. The immediate task of Irish patriots, it points out, is to create a ...

    Article : 1,800 words
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  6. OUR CONTEMPORARIES

    PICKED up a daily paper dated the 48'21, and read that Caruso was dead. This week's issue of a Tasmanian weekly ("The Courier") ...

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