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  2. Letters from the Little Ones.

    Dear Flamingo,—In the last letter I sent to you I told you that I would write again, and am going to do so now. We are having some very wet weather, ...

    Article : 1,125 words

    At the annual meeting of the St. Mary's Farmers' Association the balance-sheet showed a credit of £38. This was considered very satisfactory. ...

    Article : 1,002 words

    Em. (Baconsfield).—Furs will look much improved if they are cleansed with bran heated in the oven. Rub the hot bran well into the fur with ...

    Article : 238 words

    Matters theatrical, so far as Launceston is concerned, are dull as the proverbial ditchwater. Rumours are afloat of various companies likely to visit the ...

    Article : 965 words

    Some of the latest field guns are to be sent out to Egypt, and tested for the first time in actual warfare. These guns, it is said, will carry a shell ten ...

    Article : 87 words
  7. What is a Beautiful Hand?

    First of all, it is not a fat hand. A beautiful hand is slender at the wrist, broadens proportionately, has long fingers that taper to the tips; and when ...

    Article : 203 words

    "Our new clergyman, states the Bothwell correspondent of the "Mercury," "the Rev. W. Webster, has arrived, and we are looking forward to Bothwell ...

    Article : 517 words

    Liquid fuel has been definitely adopted for the two German coast defence vessels Odin and Aegir, after a series of experiments made on torpedo boats ...

    Article : 108 words
  10. WOOD PULP.

    The demand for wood pulp by the paper factories is now so great that, to meet it, the destruction of timber is positively alarming. It is said that the ...

    Article : 131 words
  11. Household Recipes.

    Sausage Toasts.—Make a toast, fry two or three sausages, and when quite hot strip off the skins and spread the meat upon the toast (brown bread ...

    Article : 481 words
  12. Table Talk.

    Miss Ada Crossley, the Australian contralto, has, it is said, cleared a modest fortune out of Westralian mines. The Governor of Victoria and Lady ...

    Article : 540 words

    Fire-proof paper is being manufactured for commercial purposes, and will soon become a necessity of ordinary life. The recipe of one fire-proof paper ...

    Article : 149 words
  14. COLD FEET.

    For old or young it is a rule, without any exception, that we cannot have good health, neither can we do our best work, or even play properly, if our feet ...

    Article : 279 words
  15. Advertising

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    Advertising : 405 words
  16. Gossip from Abroad.

    Premier Turner is a Tasmanian, so is labour leader Trenwith. Both were born in the tight little island. The new Siberian railway, which is ...

    Article : 325 words
  17. Family Training.

    A child who is timid is the very one who should be encouraged to express himself, and to ask questions about unfamiliar subjects. If he is overawed he ...

    Article : 195 words

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