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  2. LINES WRITTEN BY NIGHT.

    ABOVE my head from pole to pole A vast expanse of liquid blue. The starlit heavens meet my view. But bring no comfort to my soul. ...

    Article : 474 words
  3. SPORTING GOSSIP.

    IN buying Greyskin for a stud-horse Mr. D. F. Johnson has made a judicious selection, and he will be a valuable addition to the thoroughbred stock of the Wide Bay district. He was ...

    Article : 1,627 words
  4. CONCERNING SNAKES AND LIZARDS.

    HAVING been wandering for two months in the interior of Viti Le[?], I have but recently seen your issue of 10th December, 1881. I am sure that all lovers of natural history must feel ...

    Article : 966 words
  5. PROPERTY VALUATION.

    THE Quaker poet, John G. Whittier, at the request of one of the lady managers of the Fair and Festival of the Brooklyn Industrial School Association, held in the Brooklyn Academy ...

    Article : 217 words
  6. ABANDONED.

    A BROAD prairie with blue-topped mountains fifty miles to the right—a column of cavalry riding by fours at a walk—a dozen white-topped waggons—a rear guard—and while you are ...

    Article : 959 words
  7. DICK STALWART: AN OXONIAN.

    THE Lent term had passed away; the Easter vacation had passed away; the summer term had passed away. Dick had not spent all his time in dangling after Eveleen Wood. He had ...

    Article : 5,903 words
  8. BILLIARDS AT MONACO.

    BILLIARDS is, says the Paris correspondent of the S. M. Herald, a game which, when played for exercise and amusement only is one of the most praiseworthy of games. With the long ...

    Article : 625 words
  9. THE WORLD'S RAINFALL.

    In an article on rainfall in the American Journal of Science for January, Professor Elias Loomis, whose writings on meteorology rank him as one of the highest authorities in this ...

    Article : 831 words
  10. THEY NEVER GET OVER IT.

    "Do you know, my dear," she suddenly said, as she looked up from her piecework—"do you know that next week will be the twentieth anniversary of our wedding?" ...

    Article : 408 words
  11. THE RIGHT HON. JOHN BRIGHT.

    LONDON Punch recently made the John Bright, M.P. for Durham, address the following racy epistle to the Right Hon. the Chancellor of the Duchy (the John Bright of 1882):— ...

    Article : 573 words
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