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  2. WEST AUSTRALIAN ART

    ON Tuesday, October 19. Dr. J. S. Battye will officially open an important retrospective exhibition of West Australian art, in which will be ...

    Article : 1,232 words
  3. PRECIOUS STONES

    The very first day that I arrived at Ratnapura in Ceylon I had hardly entered the guest house when a small native with grey hair and carrying a ...

    Article : 1,373 words
  4. SOUTH-WEST LEGENDS.

    Tales of native magic are told by Mr. Bussell in the third and last of his series of articles on legends of the South-West aborigines. The main tale concerns the attempt of Killangoot to eat the moon. ...

    Article : 1,014 words
  5. GOVERNOR STIRLING.

    ONE hundred years ago, in October, 1837, Sir James Stirling took up his pen and tendered his resignation as Governor of Western Australia. It was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,551 words
  6. SANDAKAN.

    A VOICE calling "A deep six, by the ! lead seven," woke us from our slumbers at about 2.30 am. Our cargo boat was seeking an anchorage in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,597 words
  7. FLOWER OF POVERTY.

    "SPRAY O heather, sir?" suggested "Old Jim" persuasively, offering a small white bunch. I had seen him often, but today i noticed for the first ...

    Article : 591 words
  8. THREE TO ONE THE BLUE.

    "I say. who'll have a bob on the blue?" Come on gents, what's your favourite colour? It's even money the red, even money the white and three to one the ...

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    A street scene in Sandakan. There are less than 100 Europeans in the port and the main business is in the hands of Chinese. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Books Received.

    Principles of Newspaper Management," by James E. Pollard. (New York: McGras-Hill Book Company). 2.00dol. "The Daily Newspaper in America," by ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. Rejected Addresses.

    "Barndoor" (School Ties): Has all been said before. Alan Dale ("Out for the Show"): Too long. E.F.L. (Chasing an Idea): Another ...

    Article : 101 words
  12. Answer to Correspondent.

    O.E.: Publication of verse by an unknown writer is seldom undertaken be publishers at their own risk unless the popular appeal of the verse is strong. Frequently writers come to ...

    Article : 87 words
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