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  2. (ALE RIGHTS RESERVED.) The Camp at Wandinong.

    It was six years since the rush to the place had set in, she years since pick axes had spoiled the peaceful face of the little quiet place and left it seamed and seared with unsightly wounds ...

    Article : 3,091 words

    In a dingily-furnished apartment in a back lane in Invernish, a girl sate sewing,,by the aid of a small paraffin lamp. She was not exactly plain, and she was not exactly pretty, but she had ...

    Article : 3,884 words

    It was fortunate for Archie Gilchrist that his dip in the Devil's Kirn did him no appreciable harm, for it was on the evening of this same day he had promised to dine with the ladies of ...

    Article : 755 words
  5. Where Old Silk Hats Go.

    What becomes of oil silk hats, when long past their prime, and when their pristine glossiness has gone where all pretty things go—down the road to Orcus? There is a tradition that they find ...

    Article : 318 words
  6. Oldest Lock in Existence.

    "The oldest lock in existence is the one which formerly secured one of the doors of Nineveli," says the St. Louis Republic. "It is a gigantic affair, and the key to it, which is as large as one ...

    Article : 106 words



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