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  2. THE SMILE-AGAIN CLUB

    Professor Moreduck, who had just come from a Douglas Credit and a Federal League meeting, where he had also presided, said that he was pleased ...

    Article : 1,554 words
  3. Peeps at People

    G. T. Wood. R.M. retires. "Anything to be in the limelight"— signed, Harold Boas. Anti-secessionist J. J. Simons has all ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,515 words
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  5. They Say

    That a new brand of curfew is sounded nightly in a dairying suburb not far out of Perth. That so as the cow-hands won't be ...

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  6. ON THE SKYLINE

    Dairying item: "Value of Licks to Cows." To say nothing of the joy of li[?] to calves. "Tomato Week." Why not hold it ...

    Article : 1,012 words
  7. DR. DAVID STEWART

    There are quite a number of men much in the public eye who have far less claim to recognition than Dr. David Stewart, now located as a ...

    Article : 381 words
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  10. Books and Their Builders

    "The Dinard Mystery." by John Maske. Rich and Cowan Ltd., London, publishers. "The Keys of the Flat," by E. Charles ...

    Article : 134 words
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