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  2. THE YOUNG FOLKS.

    The instant the spitfire stood still, in the full glow of the camp fire, its needle-likes pines shot out perpendicularly from its body with a quick, rustling sound, so that it ...

    Article : 1,946 words
  3. AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

    There have been heavy thunderstorms during the week in various parts of the colony, but the rainfall has not by any means been general. What rain ha fallen was only just sufficient to ...

    Article : 1,488 words
  4. WIT AND HUMOUR.

    Will be paid to anyone who can prove that "Genuine Magic Soap" injures, the clothes or skin. It you want your washing done in 20 minutes without rubbing, see that you get the ...

    Article : 71 words
  5. LADIES' COLUMN.

    "Woman is the last thing that man will civilise," says somewhere Mr. George Meredith's aphoristic baronet. The generalisation—as generalisations go, not a bad one—is typical ...

    Article : 1,286 words
  6. A BUDGET OF RECIPES.

    GOOS[?] (To PRESERVE).—Gather the yellow and white kinds when they have turned, out before they are quite ripe; top and tail them, and prick them all over with a large ...

    Article : 1,316 words
  7. ON BOARD.

    It was time to go, by the steamer's clock, yet she lingered still at her dingy dock, and the mate blashphemed and the captain roared, and the rain it steadily poured and poured on the ...

    Article : 1,092 words
  8. RUSKIN'S ROMANCE.

    The Atlantic cable and the breezy European correspondents of the great newspapers are bringing John Ruskin's name before the public once more. Lately the ...

    Article : 721 words
  9. Scraps.

    When the great gun which has thrown a ball 11 miles happens be aimed north, a lateral deviation of 200ft., must be taken into account for the difference in rotating speed between the ...

    Article : 414 words
  10. Must Everything Fade?

    Must everything fade and grow old smiled. As I turned to answer the beautiful child, With her wide grey eyes and her wonderful ...

    Article : 315 words
  11. PERSIAN WOMEN.

    The outdoor costume of the Persian women who dwell in towns consists of a sheet of cotton or silk two yards wide; it is dyed a deep blue with indigo. This ...

    Article : 371 words
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