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  2. LIFE AND LETTERS.

    So much interest was aroused by the publication of the first series of broadcast talks, which were given under the title Of "Points of View." that the publishers ...

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  3. DENIZENS OF THE BUSH.

    A Northam reader, who has recently returned from a visit to the Far North, tells me that he was interested to see; on one occasion, "a flock of geese come to rest in ...

    Article : 854 words
  4. ONE THING AND ANOTHER.

    "Above all the calculations of man is the good or bad fortune of individuals; a prudent player studies his own co-efficient of fortune, playing more, much more, when ...

    Article : 1,684 words
  5. THE DOCTORS' WAR.

    The Official History of the Australian Medical Services, 1914-18. Volume I., Gallipoli, Palestine and New Guinea. Colonel A. G. Butler, Australian War ...

    Article : 1,483 words
  6. FIRST IMPRESSIONS.

    One evening a short time ago, after I had taken a room at the least unpromising inn of a small town in Warwickshire, my hostess offered me a ...

    Article : 1,210 words
  7. AUSTRALIANA.

    There can be no doubt that during the year 1930 there has been a remarkable quickening of Australia's literary pulse. It is not so lone ago that people were ...

    Article : 1,645 words
  8. BOOK REVIEWS.

    In the course of a brief pamphlet of less than 50 pages, Mr. Justice Piddington gives an interesting description of his meeting with Gandhi at the Satyagraha ...

    Article : 560 words
  9. SOME RECENT FICTION.

    At the pageant organised by Captain Bristow (late of the Secret Service) at Frimley Manor, Sir Harry Lynwood's country house, what was known as Queen ...

    Article : 1,018 words
  10. OVER THE BORDER.

    In the course of a very pleasant itinerary Mr. Thomson personally conducts the reader through that part of the Scottish Lowlands which extends roughly speaking ...

    Article : 510 words
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  12. ROUGHING IT IN QUEENSLAND.

    This is the second occasion on which Mr. Hives and Mr. Lumley have successfully collaborated, their first book, "Ju-Ju and Justice in Nigeria," containing some ...

    Article : 1,076 words
  13. PATHOLOGY OF THE BRAIN.

    The biggest scientific work brought out in Sweden for at least a century by a single person has now been completed by Professor S. E. Henschen at the age of 83 ...

    Article : 321 words
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    One of the stories Lord Castleton tells in his book, "Ego," is about an old-style election. He had won the Portarlington seat as an Independent in 1889, and "In ...

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    In her book of memories, "Life's Little Day," Mrs. A. M. W. Stirling says that "a misunderstanding occasioned by the royal Princes in their extreme youth led ...

    Article : 109 words
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