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    "BODYLINE."-A London cartoonist's version in the "Passing Show" weekly journal. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CIRCE, by the late Sir Bertram Muckennal, in the Stawell gallery at the Victorian National Gallery. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THE OLD BLACKSMITH of Leongatha continues to ring the anvil in his 83rd year. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    MISS MAGGIE TEYTE, the English operatic prima donna and concert soprano, who, with Mr. Tudor Davies, the tenor, will commence a concert season at the Melbourne Town Hall on Saturday, July 8. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    A TIBETAN WOMAN arrived in Melbourne by the Maloja. Her presence in Australia will add variety to the census. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    TYPICALLY AUSTRALIAN.Mr. T. Conroy on Flag, winner of the stockman's turnout at the Toogoolawah (Q.) Show. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    WHERE CAMEL TRANSPORT IS PREFERRED.-These camels are employed in removing grit from Shelly Beach, near Portland. Each carries two bags weighing 2cwl. each, and makes 15 trips daily over the sandhills. The owner is 70 years old and has had four wives. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    "GOALIE" DASHES OUT TO SAVE. —Incident in the hockey match between Wangaralla and Colac. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CRAFTSMENT OF UR.—Fig. 1.—Earthenware vessels from Ur in the National Museum. (From left) Pot from the Royal Cemetery, about 3500 B.C.: vase of the Sargonid period, 2630 B.C.: vessel of the Larsa period, 2180 B.C.: Neo-Babylonian vase, 600 B.C. Fig. 2.—Woman's headdress, about 3500 B.C. (Woolley). Fig 3.—Carved soapstone bowl, 2400 B.C. ("Illustrated ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 68 words
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