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  2. ONE THING AND ANOTHER.

    In a list of stolen property, issued by the Commissioner of Police to "pawnbrokers, dealers, and others" in Western Australia, I find included a gramophone record. "The ...

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  3. DENIZENS OF THE BUSH.

    To what extent the dingo preys upon the kangaroo has always been a mystery to me, and I have inclined to the belief that wild dogs ore not serious enemies of kangaroos ...

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  4. WHEN SHIPS COME IN.

    "You will report for duty at D shed at 11 o'clock to-night to relieve Smith; the Buteshire will be working cargo all night." Such were my instructions, received just ...

    Article : 1,124 words
  5. RAISING THE SCHOOL AGE.

    Within the lifetime of many of us, there I has been an extraordinary revolution in the accepted ideas of the nation's duty in respect to the education of the general ...

    Article : 1,449 words
  6. ISRAEL'S WAR POETRY.

    The Bible is rather a library than a book in our usual sense of the word. It would be difficult to find any abiding human interest which does not find some ...

    Article : 1,702 words
  7. LIFE AND LETTERS.

    "Publishing is a delightful business," says Mr. Arthur Waugh, after spending 40 years continuously in that occupation. He is now retiring from the managing ...

    Article : 1,633 words
  8. BOOK REVIEWS.

    Few of the phenomena of natural history have received so much attention from investigators from the earliest times ss the migration of birds, and it seems a little ...

    Article : 1,066 words
  9. TURKEY AND SYRIA REBORN.

    Captain Armstrong has a gift of pictorial writing; he has considerable knowledge and experience of those countries in the Near East, about which the ...

    Article : 521 words
  10. A TRIP TO AMERICA.

    This is an interesting little book, giving a traveller's impressions of the eastern portion of the United States of America. Its matter was broadcast recently ...

    Article : 213 words
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  12. CONCERNING UNITY.

    "When some historian of centuries hence records the disintegration of this civilisation of ours, he will probably ascribe it to two closely allied causes—our ...

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  13. A QUEENSLAND PIONEER.

    Those chronicles which record the industry and intrepidity of the early Australian pioneers are always welcome in [?] of much ephemeral and desultory ...

    Article : 624 words
  14. THE LURE OF PEARLS.

    Way back in 1838 the exploring party aboard the H.M.S. Beagle first found pearl shell m our Nor'-West waters. But it is proved, that for many years before ...

    Article : 521 words
  15. WHY DO WE SAY IT.

    In the old days of handcrafts, when an apprentice had Served his time, he became a "journeyman"; that is to say, he went on the road with his tools in his sack to ...

    Article : 224 words
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