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  2. RHODESIA IN OXFORD.

    We had somewhat laboriously climbed the steep, beech-fringed, chalk-faced slope. At last below us lay the Thames Valley, red-dotted with the tile roofs of what are described in ...

    Article : 2,490 words
  3. INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    The outcry of the Natal colonists against the annual increase of the importation of Indian coolies for the tea planters and sugar growers of the coastline reached a point when it forced ...

    Article : 1,460 words
  4. LITERATURE.

    Much has been said and written about the secretiveness of the Oriental nature and the difficulty of conjecturing what is in the Asiatic mind, and, while this is undoubtedly true in ...

    Article : 1,557 words
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  6. SHAKESPEARE IN GERMANY.

    An essay entitled "Shakespeare Cult in Germany from the Sixteenth Century to the Present Time" comes from the pen of Mrs. Septimus Harwood, M.A., who explains in her ...

    Article : 184 words
  7. THE DRAMA.

    When the necessity arises for a successor to "The Scarlet Pimpernel"--a contingency still far distant, if one may judge, from the present crowded state of the audiences at the Sydney ...

    Article : 1,159 words
  8. TRADE COMPARISONS.

    Sir,--The trade of Australia for the first 11 months of 1907 as published by your paper of Friday, January 3, was £111,579,618. The trade of Great Britain for 1907 us published is ...

    Article : 181 words
  9. RECENT FICTION.

    A really excellent historical novel, which manages to convoy the gallant and graceful atmosphere of the court of Louis Quinze without its grossness, is entitled, "Seraphica," and ...

    Article : 619 words
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  12. IN EARLY NEW SOUTH WALES.

    "Old Pioneering Days in the Sunny South" is the title of a book by Mr. Charles MacAlister, a veteran, who can recall the stirring times of 60 years ago in New South Wales, and who ...

    Article : 1,233 words
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