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  2. HOW TO CONTROL YOUR DREAMS

    Some people will tell yon they never dream. They say it in all good faith, but they are quite wrong! We all dream, though not all can bring back the memory ...

    Article : 1,279 words
  3. "PULLING MY COBBER"

    In the Children's Court, Mr. A. Lovekin, S.M., and Mrs. J. Beadle, J.P., concluded the hearing of the claim of a girl, who sued a young man for the future maintenance of ...

    Article : 965 words
  4. THE BOY SCOUTS.

    Patr[?] and Chief Scout for W.A.: His Excellency the Governor. President: Major-Gemeral Sir J. Talbot Hobbs, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., V.D. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,384 words
  5. CROPS AND STOCK

    The Government Statistician, Mr. S. Bennett, has received the following reports in connection with the collection of the annual crop and stock statistics for the ...

    Article : 2,289 words
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  7. SHIPWRECK THAT LED TO FORTUNE

    From time immemorial Burton-on-Trent has been famous for its ale. Readers of Sir Walter Scott's "Ivanhoe" may remember a reference to Burton ...

    Article : 667 words
  8. OLD TRICKS IN NEW GUISES

    The criminal is nothing if not progressive, and changes are constantly being rung on old tricks. Just now there is an epidemic of ...

    Article : 380 words
  9. CARELESS SQUANDERER.

    "It goes just like the snow in the summer." said James John Joicey, of the Hill, Witley, Surrey, in his bankruptcy examination at Guildford (says Manchester's ...

    Article : 233 words
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