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  2. Our Bookshelf.

    "Of making many books there is no end: and much study, weariness of the flesh," ...

    Article : 23 words

    Among the latest numbers of Macmillan's. Colonial Library appears a little volume containing fire short stoties, by Mr. J. H. Shorthouse. They are dreamily but cleverly written, and will be found interesting on ...

    Article : 97 words
  4. "CHRIS."

    "Chris," by W. E. Norris, is a welcome addition to Messrs. Macmillan and CO.'s Colonial Library. It is a plain tale of ordinary modern life, pleasantly told, although the heroine Chris, is not an ordinary ...

    Article : 100 words
  5. Australian Schoolmasters.

    Mr. George Morrison, Principal of the Geelong College, was born in Morayshire (Scotland) on December 11, 1830. He was educated in the Elgin Academy, of which his brother, Dr. D. Morrison (now ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 650 words
  6. "LIGHT."

    This is the title of a new sixpenny monthly published in Sydney by Mr. J. J. Horrocks, and edited by himself and Mr. Walter E. Roth, B.A. The first number, which is just to hand, shows the objects ...

    Article : 255 words
  7. A South Australian Lady B.A.

    is the first lady Bachelor of Arta who has graduated in the Adelaide University, and ia a South Australian of the aeoond generation; both her parents having been born in the colony. She is the eldest daughter ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 354 words

    Part 28 of "The Picturesque Atlas of Australasia" oontains a historical and descriptive sketch of Tasmania, in which the many beautiful and picturesque spots for which the "tight little island" is famed ...

    Article : 704 words
  9. Dramatic.

    "An't please your honor, player." TAMING OF THE SHREW, Act 1, Scene 1. ...

    Article : 16 words

    SYDNEY.—It may not be quito clear that the time is exactly ripe for acclimatising French comedy in Anatralia. But there can be no doubt that Signor Tessero has made the attempt in a way which should ...

    Article : 1,755 words
  11. A "Long Firm."

    Firmness, when t does not degertorate into obstinacy, is an admirable quality. To distingnish true firmness from obatinaoy some little self-oxamination is necessary. The motive must be pure, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 233 words



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