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  2. Children's Corner

    She was ready for bed, and lay on my arm, In her little frilled cap so fine, With her golden hair falling out at the edge Like a circle of noon sunshine. ...

    Article : 269 words
  3. Reminiscences.

    Let me once more return to that corner I have so long monopolised with a bundle of reminiscences, things long ago dead, but grinning even in death with a shadow of old laughter. I had ...

    Article : 1,648 words
  4. The Naturalist.

    I don't feel it at all incumbent upon me to set about convincing " Booral" that my observations of the wombat (Phascolomys) have not been confined to one particular looality, and will merely repeat that ...

    Article : 572 words
  5. New Guinea Exploration.

    In response to an invitation from Captain Liljeblad, Saturday afternoon, we paid a visit to the mission sehool Ellen Gowan, and had the pleasure of inspecting a vast collection of curios from that land ...

    Article : 1,265 words

    The appended correspondence respecting the common gecko lizard which passed between the trustees of the Australian Museum and myself last September, will, I hope, afford your correspondent ...

    Article : 325 words
  7. The Sad Story of Mousie Gray.

    Once upon a time, in a nice, warm, little nost made in a bundle of old carpet under the back stairs, There lived a mouse, so Withe and gay, All dressed in coat of silver gray, ...

    Article : 933 words
  8. St. Valentine's Day.

    POSTMAN: " Oh, you rascal, you made work for me!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 14 words

    Another link in.the chain of evolution has been furnished by Mr. Edward M. Brigham, in a paper read before the Chicago Academy of Sciences. At the recent, meeting of the British Association, some ...

    Article : 176 words

    It grieves me to the innermost recesses of my soul to hear your correspondent " Adelong " say that he is much troubled by snakes coming about the house, and his pathetic appeal, " Can you suggest any ...

    Article : 493 words
  11. SNAKES, &c.

    Twenty thousandand sixty-seven persons lost their lives by snakebites in British India in,the year 1883, 985 by tigers, 281 by wolves, 217 by leopards. In the same time the loss of cattle from same causes ...

    Article : 187 words



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