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  2. THE TRACK OF THE STORM.

    Half an hour later he was standing by his mother's bedside vehemently urging her to break a solemn promise. " I cannot, Luke," sobbed Mrs. Smith ...

    Article : 5,179 words
  3. "ROBERT ELSMERE:" THE BOOK OF THE HOUR.

    The appearance of "Robert Elsmere," a novel from the pen of Mrs. Humphrey Ward, has caused no slight stir ia literary circles in England. Mr. Gladstone is said ...

    Article : 1,692 words
  4. The Trabeller.

    The first thing to do in leaving Rockhampton for Mount Morgan is to make sure which road yon have to follow. Unless yon do this you will unmistakably ...

    Article : 3,005 words
  5. AMONGST THE BOOKS.

    The new and cheaper editions of "Poor Nellie" and "The Deemster" will be a boon to colonial readers who had not an opportunity of perusing the two most ...

    Article : 926 words
  6. The Contributor.

    I am reminded that a commission is sitting upon the land question (undoubtedly the burning question at the present time), and that while the process ...

    Article : 3,197 words
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