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
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
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
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
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
"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
"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 ...Article : 945 words
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]Article : 24 words
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
"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
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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