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  2. Christmas in Australia.

    WHo would have thought that one had found Tho same old feelings on the otherside? The time-worn Christmas story, and the wide, The all-embracing fellowship around? ...

    Article : 121 words
  3. The Children's Church.

    The bells of the churches are ringing— Papa and umiimm have both gone— And thrco little children sit singing Together this still Christmas morn. ...

    Article : 270 words
  4. The Dream.

    WAITED For my darling all through the summer noon: he crimson flame of sunset came, and then the silver moon: And, hearing not in silence deep a bird or blossom stir, ...

    Article : 181 words
  5. His Natural Life.

    THE Pretty Mary-as ugly and evil-smelling a tub as ever pitched under a southerly burster— had been lyiug on and of Cape Surville for nearly three weeks. Captain Blunt was getting wearied. ...

    Article : 10,418 words



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