At the meeting of the West Australian Music Teachers' Association this evening Mr. Alan Bush, examiner for the Associated Board, will be the guest of the association, ...Article : 1,545 words
Sir,—It is only recently that I wrote you on the above subject, but in the interval I have been able definitely to establish that the convict-hulk ...Article : 1,537 words
At the regular vacational conference of the Institute of Inspectors of Schools in Western Australia, Professor Whitfeld, Vice-Chancellor of the University, gave a ...Article : 1,967 words
The forthcoming exhibition of antiques in Perth should serve, among other things, to revive interest in the origin and development of the Louis styles of decorative ...Article : 619 words
Although railway communication was established between Echuca and Demliquin in the mid-seventies another eight years elapsed before the main railway ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,426 words
It is not often, in the course of History, that a man has bad the opportunity to build up a great reputation and, when that reputation is almost forgotten, to ...Article : 1,826 words
The year's at the Spring. All's well with the world. When you rise in the morning and go out into the sun, does not the whole earth ...Article : 1,170 words
This is the third of a series of articles on China and Japan by Dr. E. J. Stuckey, B.Sc., O.B.E., who is a member of the Australian Group in the Institute of Pacific Relations, which ...Article : 1,083 words
A week on a small boat with a mixed crowd of Chinese, Japanese, Eurasians, and one or two whites for fellow passengers leaven one at odds with fortune. ...Article : 746 words
"The Singer's Catechism and Creed," by Blanche Marchesi. (London: J. M. Dent and Sons. Ltd.) 8/6 net. "Man and Medicine," by Dr. Henry E. Sigerist. ...Article : 276 words
The first volume of a projected series of books on "The Great Languages," issued under the general editorship of G. E. K. Braunholtz, Professor of Comparative ...Article : 251 words
The essence of Hume's philosophy was that all the sciences were dependent on the science of man, and that the foundations of any such science "must be laid ...Article : 174 words
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