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  2. LIFE AND LETTERS

    At the present time perhaps the most talked-of book is the late Earl of Asquith and Oxford's recently published letters to Mrs. Harrison. To a certain ...

    Article : 1,644 words
  3. DENIZENS OF THE BUSH.

    H.W.N. (Greenbushes) says that a suggestion was recently made in New South Wales, that the beautiful and harmless humming-birds of America should be ...

    Article : 590 words
  4. THE CHAIN GANG.

    Such was my immediate reaction when first I beheld a string of ankle-chained native prisoners. I can see them yet, standing, it seemed to me forlornly, on the end ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,543 words
  5. ONE THING AND ANOTHER.

    "Traf."—Back on the farm again, Dave was regaling the family with an account of his Christmas holidays in Perth. "Y'know." he said, "some of them City ...

    Article : 1,333 words
  6. HEADACHE.

    The first headache in this world, it is almost safe to assert, was caused by a crack on the head with a club. Clubs are still a fruitful cause of headache in this ...

    Article : 1,674 words
  7. BOOK REVIEWS.

    As Mr. Hawks truly observes, the story of the warship is to a great extent the story of civilisation; and in a popular form he gives the history of the development ...

    Article : 665 words
  8. THE PIONEERS.

    An extract from a recently published article reads:—"William Morrison, a Scotch gardener ... who went to Barbados ... and returned to England in 1928 ... The ...

    Article : 1,162 words
  9. AUSTRALIA'S ECONOMIC PROBLEMS.

    This comprehensive synthesis of Australia's industrial and trading processes comes commended by a foreword by J. Coatman, C.I.E., Professor of Imperial Economic ...

    Article : 151 words
  10. RECENT FICTION.

    Mr. Dataller will be remembered as the promising author of a work that recently aroused considerable interest, wherein, under the title of "A Pitman ...

    Article : 1,124 words
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  12. THE ASQUITH LETTERS.

    These letters, addressed by the late Earl of Oxford and Asquith to an unknown—or rather, an unnamed—correspondent, have been published by permission of his family ...

    Article : 1,230 words
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