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  2. THE CHILDREN'S CORNER.

    King Highandmighty, whose word is final, and whose sword is sharp. Queen Youngheart, who loves everyone not grown up, and does exactly as she pleases. ...

    Article : 174 words
  3. The Autobiography of a Sixpence.

    I can remember a time when I was bright and shining, though to look at me now you would hardly believe it. But issuing from the Mint I was full of brilliant dreams. What young thing ...

    Article : 623 words
  4. New Prize Competitions.

    CLASS A.—Dame Burden's Prize of Two Shillings for best letter suitable for the Post Office, written by any boy or girl between 12 and 13. CLASS B.—Dame Durden's Prize of a Well-bound ...

    Article : 423 words
  5. RULES.

    1. No competitor must be over 18. 2. Each competition from each child must be accompanied by a penny stamp, slipped in loose, not stuck in. The stamps of each colony will be accepted. ...

    Article : 184 words
  6. Aeson, Junior.

    makes his second appearance before the critical audience of the Corner, this time with a more lengthy and important work, viz., THE STARTLING ADVENTURES OF THE DOG, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,191 words
  7. Prince Hal

    continues his aquarium hints. It is best to have only small fish in your aquarium. Goldfish are very good. You must keep careful watch, over the fish in ...

    Article : 202 words
  8. Dame Durden's Post Office.

    Everyone under 18 is invited to write letters here. The best will be published, and, perhaps, win a prize, and even the worst will be read with interest. Writers may choose any member of the Court they please ...

    Article : 1,962 words
  9. The Little Laureate

    begs to introduce you in his own way to a lady who introduces herself to you every night. LADY BUTTON-EYES. When the busy day is done, ...

    Article : 201 words
  10. Answers to Correspondents.

    G. Richards (Charters Towers): Too late. B. M'Mahon (Charters Towers), Alice Arocott (Charters Towers), Nessie Henderson (Milton), Ralph: Dewar (Canning Sawmills, W.A.), Mary Hayes (Uralla): ...

    Article : 80 words
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    Advertising : 132 words
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