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  2. ONE THING AND ANOTHER.

    O'Coileann.—Now that prohibition has been repealed in America, would it be too much to expect that President Roosevelt will go a step further and ...

    Article : 120 words
  3. LIFE AND LETTERS

    One supposes that it was bound to come. And although one cannot help thinking that scraps of Dickens, divorced from their context, are a mistake, the industry and ...

    Article : 1,726 words
  4. DENIZENS OF THE BUSH

    Many birds will, when they are nesting, or have young in their care, feign injury if they are disturbed, or alarmed by the approach of an enemy, doing this to ...

    Article : 392 words
  5. ODYSSEY OF YOUTH.

    For to admire an' for to see, For to be'old this world so wide— It never done no good to me, But I can't drop it if I tried! ...

    Article : 1,691 words
  6. FRENCH JUSTICE.

    A cable message in "The West Australian" of last Saturday announced that 40 convicts en route to Devil's Isle had been scalded to death on a French convict ship ...

    Article : 1,750 words
  7. CANCER.

    It is safe to say that no other disease today arouses such feelings of dread in mankind as cancer. The very mention of the word suffices to throw many people ...

    Article : 1,640 words
  8. BOOK REVIEWS.

    Written with characteristic brightness of style and clarity of thought, this latest book by Professor Shann, who attended both conferences, should be ...

    Article : 867 words
  9. REVISED VERSION.

    "The problem is"—says a Ladies' Paper—"what to give Mother for Christmas. Her tastes could never be those of the younger set who..." ...

    Article : 430 words
  10. Advertising

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    Advertising : 732 words
  11. A USEFUL DOG BOOK.

    Every dog lover should have this book, even though he has a library of dog books already. Especially, however, its appeal is to cattle and sheep owners, for whom dogs ...

    Article : 157 words
  12. THE NATIONAL DRINK.

    The Minister for Customs (Lientenant-Colonel White), referring to the announce-ment by certain importers of tea, that the price of tea would shortly be increased, ...

    Article : 942 words
  13. RECENT FICTION.

    Mr. Faraday's book is a good-natured satire which "dates" from the year 1940 and carries forward well into the twenty-first century. The reader will probably ...

    Article : 870 words
  14. RINGWOOD'S REMINISCENCES.

    One is reminded of C. J. Apperley's ("Nimrod") "Hunting Tours" when one reads—or rather, re-reads—John Mills's hunting classic, "The Life of a Foxhound." ...

    Article : 493 words
  15. AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL.

    The anonymous author of this extraordinarily vivid piece of autobiographical writing seems by his own account to have lived at least, a dozen adventurous lives ...

    Article : 808 words
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    Miss Marjorie Bowen, who is wellknown as a writer of ghost stories, has corrected twenty particularly eerie stories in book form, with an introduction ...

    Article : 77 words
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