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  3. Verse—and Worse

    Many a sealskin soul boats beneath a rabbit-skin coat. National song of the I.W.W.:. "Keep the Home Fires Burning." ...

    Article : 787 words
  4. Notes and Comments

    "Happy now he's got it"—J. D. Connolly gazing at his K.B. Bauble. 45 to 12 on! That is the epigrammatic way in which our Meekatharra ...

    Article : 2,644 words
  5. LOST.

    And old picture of Perth that has just drifted in recalls a very early day happening. The faded photograph shows the ...

    Article : 423 words
  6. TIP-TOE ALLEY.

    "Where is this famous Tip-toe Ailey of which we hear so much about?"— Perth Jay Pea in a court case. "I hear them speak of Setter Lands." ...

    Article : 549 words
  7. THE TWO BILLIES

    It is safe to say that Billy Hughes is the slimmest politician that ever appeared on the Australian stage, not even excepting George Reid, who ...

    Article : 728 words
  8. The Sunday Times

    When the war was raging, and the Huns were perpetrating barbaric atrocities which were shocking the world, the mah who dared to suggest ...

    Article : 1,069 words
  9. MILK O!

    There's a Murchison station manager named Bill Cream. Bill is a very jovial sort, albeit he is more than a trifle deaf. In fact ...

    Article : 407 words
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