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  2. West Australia.

    It has been raining. Once at Sharks Bay it never rained a drop for two years. Lately it has been a real othersider thunderstorm. Every tub, bucket, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,170 words
  3. In the North.

    It is not intended in the present article to deal exhaustively with the sugar question in Australia, nor does the writer lay claim to any technical knowledge of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 304 words

    It was Mr. T. B. Fitzgerald (at the time engaged in surveying the new township on the Pioneer River) who first grew cane in the Mackay district. His experiments ...

    Article : 1,871 words
  5. St. Albans Estate and Stud Distribution.

    We are informed that the date is fast approaching for the drawing of the above, and all those who desire an interest should lose no time in applying for shares, as ...

    Article : 223 words
  6. Millais, the Artist.

    It is said of Sir John Millais, the artist, that, given a short briar-wood pipe, a comfortable chair, and a pack of cards with which to play "patience," he is serenely ...

    Article : 95 words
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    In their native haunts, tigers are divided into three classes: The game-killer, the cattle-lifter, and the man-eater. The latter is almost always an aged beast, ...

    Article : 141 words



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