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  2. LIFE and LETTERS

    Although Grace Darling's name is known throughout the world, the truth about her life, with its extraordinary seclusion and even more extraordinary ...

    Article : 1,554 words
  3. DENIZENS OF THE BUSH.

    We have from time to time seen how ferocious the mantids can be, often turning cannibal, and we have told many stories of mantids and other preving insects, such ...

    Article : 829 words
  4. ONE THING AND ANOTHER.

    Pale Red.—I notice that the Federal Senate refused to allow Senator Dunn to have a bust of Mr. J. T. Lang on his desk. This appears to me to be an unjust invasion of ...

    Article : 1,607 words
  5. EASY EXPLORATION.

    Some years ago an Adelaide man and a Melbourne citizen were discussing their respective cities; the former being driven to the defensive. ...

    Article : 1,004 words
  6. A STRANGE JOURNEY.

    In one of the first-class compartments of a train which pulled in at Perth the other day, after an eight-hour journey, were an ill-assorted trio. The first was ...

    Article : 1,165 words
  7. TRASH.

    Lending library fiction, said Coleridge, belongs to the same genus as gaming, swinging or swaying on chair or gate, spitting over a bridge, smoking snuff taking, ...

    Article : 1,704 words
  8. BOOK REVIEWS.

    A part of Sir Norman Angell's new book is taken up with a justification of the attitude he adopted a quarter of a century ago in "The Great Illusion," and in ...

    Article : 1,185 words
  9. RESCUE WORK.

    The success of Mr. Redwood's previous book, "God in the Slums," of which some 230,000 copies have been printed, must have been largely instrumental in ...

    Article : 449 words
  10. SOME RECENT FICTION.

    This is a first novel by a young writer who, by the way, is a niece of the popular Yorkshire novelist, J. E. Buckrose, and whose first published story, if it lacks ...

    Article : 1,067 words
  11. THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT.

    "I don't know what things are coming to," said Mrs. Sweetlove. finishing a cup of tea and taking up her knitting. "I never talk scandal, as you know—thanks. ...

    Article : 580 words
  12. MR. LEACOCK'S LATEST.

    To know when and where to stop is one of the greatest (and most neglected) problems that confronts the modern writer especially the modern writer who ...

    Article : 444 words
  13. SCIENCE AND THE CRIMINAL.

    The way of the transgressor grows harder every day, since science is called upon to assist the police in the detection of crime in so many ways. A host of ...

    Article : 346 words
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