ONCE there lived a little girl who was pretty, but she was spoilt by her parents and friends. They all loved her and gave her many nice gifts (which were ...Article : 210 words
"WHAT could be nicer," said Wilkins Wogibat, "than a comfortable, dry cave on a tropic shore?" He leaned back against a heap of seaweed and surveyed the large gave which our travellers had found in the cliffs at the end ...Article : 434 words
ONE evening when it was nearly dusk we were coming down a country road, where the little yellow faces of the evening primroses fringed the road and gave ...Article : 476 words
LAST Saturday we went down to the beach for the day, and as we left the car on the top of the cliff, this latter had to be descended; it was all very well ...Article : 451 words
The sun rises, bright and gay, Filling the earth with its gladsome ray; The people wake and say to the ...Article : 41 words
1. Carnival; sides of a river. 2.. Fasted with a key; timber. 3. Strength. 4. A red-breasted bird; male child. 5. Four-wheeled vehicle; to turn over. ...Article : 41 words
The blue shy, with a grey doud how in the west; The green gams whose branches hide ...Article : 113 words
My first is in money but not in cash. My second's in eye but not in lash. My third is in clod but not in sod. My fourth is in flathead but cot in cod. ...Article : 100 words
Clues.—1. Consonant. 2. Outlet for water. 3. For packing fruit. 4. A tame animal. 5. Consonant. Ellen Lawson (9). Private Mail ...Article : 30 words
FILL in the entry coupon on these pages and post it to Possum." c/o "The Mail" North terrace. Adelaide Sections.—The Sunshine Club is divided ...Article : 441 words
At night when I go off to bed, I put a pillow at my head; I lie asleep the whole night through, And in the mom hear the old cow ...Article : 43 words
Original drawing by Margaret Bowes (14), Pembroke street, Kensington Park.—Lilac and Yellow Certificates. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 16 words
Perhaps this soil will bear A Utopia, a blessed city, Where life is all felicity. Or will a new and dusky folk. ...Article : 49 words
Dear Possum—One day about five years ago my father was working on our farm when he found a wild cat and three little kittens. (We live at a shop now.) He ...Article : 574 words
The auctioneer was holding up a pair of silver candlesticks. "Give me a start!" he cried. "Fourpence," cried a bidder. ...Article : 145 words
A motorist stopped at a Tillage inn for a drink, and, on seeing the oldest inhabitant just finishing his pint, ordered him another. He swallowed it in one gulp ...Article : 78 words
1. (Douglas) Fair-banks. 2. (Margaret) Lockwood. 3. (Tyrone) Power. 4. (Edward G.) Robinson. 5. (Madeleine) CarrolL WHAT AM I? ...Article : 33 words
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