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  2. Sydney Electric Tramways.

    The first tram which ran in Sydney was laid down in 1862 along Pitt-street to Redfern. It was a horse-car, but only ran for a few years, and was stopped in 1866, and the cars were ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 3,028 words
  3. Buffalo Bill.

    In Colonel Inman's volume on "The Old Santa Fe Trail," Colonel Cody ("Buffalo, Bill") tells how he surprised an array officer and a party of his friends, who were out on a pleasure jaunt, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,100 words

    "And so you have selected a new aide, pappy, without consulting anyone?" "Anyone," replied Lord Thirlmore, without raising his eyes from his "Bombay Times." ...

    Article : 1,814 words
  5. Turbine and Dynamo.

    There is, at first sight, little seemingly in common, between the practical science of engineering and the fanciful art of fiction writing. But there is at least one instance where the two have ...

    Article : 667 words
  6. Dwarfs of the Congo Forest.

    Sir Harry Johnston, in his book, on the Uganda Protectorate, says that traits in the character of the Congo dwarfs of the present day recall irresistibly the tricks of Puck, of Robin ...

    Article : 273 words



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