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  2. AMONG THE STATE MEMBERS.

    The public must have been much relieved to learn that when Sir Thomass Bent made an exclamation in the House which sounded exactly like something beginning with a ...

    Article : 1,598 words
  3. AN HISTORIC SALON.

    There is just one ward too many in the title of Mr. Frank Hamel's new book, "Famous French Salons" (London: Melthuen). For outside France there has ...

    Article : 1,811 words
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  5. BUSHRANGING DAYS.

    "I have read," writes Mr. Frank Mudden (Speaker of the Legislative Assembly), "a good many interesting accounts of the arrest of the desperate outlaws Bradley and ...

    Article : 2,036 words
  6. PENCILS AND HAMMERS.

    Although Melbourne is so far the most advanced city in Australia in many ways, it is curious to find it the last city of any importance to eatablish ita Arts ans Crafts ...

    Article : 1,249 words
  7. A NEW FULL.

    Under the title of Coalesine, Mr. H.G. Coales desceribes in the "Engineering Review" a new fuel, which may be made from the refuse of the dust-bin, In its ...

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