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  2. A POPULAR PASTIME.

    "The Complete Lawn Tennis Player," by A. Wallis Myers; Methuen & Co., London.—Probably no other game has advanced so rapidly in popularity and practice— ...

    Article : 825 words
  3. WRITINGS AND WRITERS.

    The world often does not realize the real inward meaning of the expression Muituni in parvo." The great reefs in the sea of life that bring man's ...

    Article : 1,624 words
  4. LITERARY NOTES.

    In "The Note-Books" now running through The New Quarterly are delightful samples of the humour of Samuel Butler (author of "Erewhon"). Batter said of ...

    Article : 1,738 words
  5. A STUDY IN LOVEMAKING.

    "Drusilla's Point of View," by Madame Albanesi; G. Bell & Sons, London (Robertson & Co., Adelaide).—"Darling," said Drusilla, on returning home from a visit, "you ...

    Article : 273 words
  6. POEMS AND RHYMES.

    [?] [?] gold set in a silver sea! The sombre hills are all aflame with them. Thy fragile beauty gives the final touch. The added charm of subtle sweetness, such ...

    Article : 105 words
  7. A GOOD NOVEL.

    "The Wolf," by J. E. Buckrose; Hutchinson & Co., London (Robertson & Co., Adelaide).—Those who read "The Wood End" know that a new force in fiction has ...

    Article : 692 words
  8. THE ONLY HOPE.

    You come one day on the glad sunbeams, with your laughter sweet and low. And you turned my world to a world of dreams that only the lovers know! ...

    Article : 223 words
  9. REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

    "The Making of Ireland, and its Undoing," by Alice Stopford Green; Macmillan & Co., London.—The passionate patriot, telling of the "undoing" of Ireland ...

    Article : 1,203 words
  10. BEING MERRY AND—OTHERWISE.

    "London in the Sixties," hf "One of the Old Brigade;" Everett & Co., London.—This is a book of reminiscences by an old soldier, who in his young days knew ...

    Article : 412 words
  11. IT WAS NEVER AGAIN.

    The golden thread was broken; We never met again." -G. W. Ayliffe. I wonder where I'll meet you. ...

    Article : 120 words
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    Advertising : 566 words
  13. A SONG OF BEAUTY.

    Oh, sing me a sons of beauty! I'm tired of the I'm weary of all the preaching, the arguing right and wrong. ...

    Article : 99 words
  14. DOGMA AND DOUBT.

    "Liberal Theology and the Ground of Faith," by Hakluyt Egerton; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, London.—This book contains two "essays towards a conservative ...

    Article : 699 words
  15. PURPOSEFUL, BUT INTERESTING.

    "The Man-made Law," by Coralie Stanton and Heath Hosken; Everett & Co., London.—The authors do not attempt to wheedle their readers into attention, as do ...

    Article : 318 words
  16. GOLD BY THE TON.

    "Young Lord Stanleigh," by Robert Barr; Ward, Lock, & Co., London (Wigg and Son, Adelaide).—An exciting and truly modern story of adventure, partly at sea ...

    Article : 571 words
  17. TODAY IS OURS.

    There's many a man in this world of sin Who's biding the time when his ship-comes in, And wasting the hours to find, too late. The craft beings a cargo of worthless freight. ...

    Article : 121 words
  18. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir—Your reviewer of my book, "Sunny South Australia," has made some errors while referring to mine, and in the same kindly spirit which doubtless actuated him ...

    Article : 172 words
  19. THE LOVE OF HONOUR.

    "An Engagement of Convenience, by Louis Zangwill; G. Bell & Sons, London (Robertson & Co., Adelaide).—An enthusiastic artist, owing to a commercial failure, ...

    Article : 258 words
  20. GENERAL.

    "Insight."—Not up to your standard. "Autumn."—Would have been perhaps more effective had it been sent earlier, but not equal to your ordinary work. ...

    Article : 34 words
  21. PAKA THE CAT.

    This is the story of Paka the cat. If there are three or four men walking along and only one woman, the cat will turn aside from the men and follow the one ...

    Article : 929 words
  22. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD.

    "The Honour of X.," by Graham Hope; Smith, Elder, & Co., London (Wigg and Son, Adelaide).—When anarchy and love for a woman strive for the mastery, love ...

    Article : 295 words
  23. BREWSTER IN PETTICOATS.

    "An Amateur Adventures," by F. Frankfort Moore; Hutchinson & Co., London (Robertson & Co., Adelaide).—Mr. Frankfort Moore has written stories ...

    Article : 358 words
  24. AN EVER-WELCOME WRITER.

    "The Angel and the Author—and Others," by Jerome K. Jerome; T. Fisher Unwin. London.—It is many years since Mr. Jerome first burst upon the world, ...

    Article : 401 words
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