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  2. AT GRIPS WITH DEATH.

    "Pick-pick!" "Tap-tap!" The noise comes up intermittently from somewhere about sixty feet below the ground level. In a narrow aperture, ...

    Article : 646 words
  3. FIRES THAT NEVER GO OUT.

    In Siam is a fire that not only lasts for years, but has what have been aptly termed "lineal descenddants." It is to be found in a ...

    Article : 402 words
  4. DANDENONG ROAD AND DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE.

    At the meeting of the St. Kilda Council on Monday evening last a communication was received from Mr Sydney [?] hon. secretary ...

    Article : 284 words
  5. HER PIDGIN ENGLISH.

    A good story is going the round of diplomatic circles. It is told of a Chinese statesman who, in England, not so very long ago, was accorded ...

    Article : 268 words
  6. MORMONISM.

    The extxaordinary thing about the history of Mormanism is the contrast between its origin and its destiny. ...

    Article : 515 words
  7. Japanese Fair.

    A Japanese Fair, under the auspices of the Holy Advent Church of England, [?] was very successfully conducted in the Parish ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 550 words
  8. THE CASTLES OF ITALY.

    The baronial castles which sprangup all over Italy about the ninth century have scarcely any plan; huge masses of masonry grew up as ...

    Article : 401 words
  9. City Surveyor of St. Kilda.

    Mr W. J. M. Woolley, who has occupied the position of municipal surveyor of the city of St. Kilda for the past 8½ years, forwarded his ...

    Article : 612 words
  10. Children's Courts.

    Sir.—Remarks similar to those [?] by Cr Densham, as reported in [?] last issue concerning the Children's Courts, have been so often ...

    Article : 712 words
  11. A Famous Drummer Boy—Master Harold Brassey Allen,

    Writing in the London journal. "The Scout," of Sept. 21st last, of his visit to Melbourne, Sir Robert Baden-Powell, Chief Scout, says—"One Melbourne ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 138 words
  12. MIDNIGHT GAIETY.

    The fun in Irutsk, in the wilds of Siberia which has something like 120,000 of a population, starts at midnight. An hour before, the city ...

    Article : 302 words
  13. A NOVEL RAILWAY JOURNEY

    Among the many entertaining events that have happened during a twenty years' stay in South Africa, [?] train journey as a refuge at the ...

    Article : 360 words
  14. HIS LUCK CHANGED.

    A butcher in a small way of business was in the habit of sending his son out with a small trap to deliver orders. ...

    Article : 282 words
  15. "KARMA."

    Gautama, the founder of Buddhism, held that after the death of any being, human, animal, or divine, "there Survived nothing at all save a being's ...

    Article : 250 words
  16. NOT FOR HER.

    The plumber had been called in to repair a leakage in the bathroom, and was doing his best to smash up the bath, while the housemaid looked ...

    Article : 230 words
  17. LUCKY BOY!

    First urchin: "Have yer heard of the luck Jimmy Jones had yesterday, Billy?" Second urchin: "No, what was it?" ...

    Article : 111 words
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