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  2. Adam and Eve.

    THE sun, which came streaming in through the windows next morning, seemed the herald of coming joy. Eve was the first to be awakened, and she soon aroused Joan. 'It won't make no ...

    Article : 3,738 words
  3. "Victorian Review."

    THE July number of this periodical contains no article of special interest in connection either with colonial politics or with the peculiarly interesting position of affairs in Victoria at the ...

    Article : 1,962 words
  4. Sporting Gossip.

    THE weights for the Melbourne Cup, the Metropolitan, and the Hawkesbury Grand Handicap are out, and although I have not as yet heard many complaints about them I ...

    Article : 1,639 words
  5. Descriptive Music.

    WE have in the Queenslander on more than one occasion made merry over the extraordinay perceptive faculties claimed by musical critics, and have ventured to doubt whether the elaborate ...

    Article : 1,125 words
  6. Professor Poirier's Dream.

    LAST Sunday afternoon, my maid-servant having gone out to vespers, and the heat of the day toward 3 o'clock being overpowering, I fell asleep reading Darwin. ...

    Article : 2,148 words
  7. A Marvellous Cure.

    THE following strange account of a marvellous cure of that dread disease—tetanus—is very circumstantial in its details, and, however singular and ingenious, has an appearance of truth about ...

    Article : 305 words

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