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ON THE SYSTEM OF COTTAGE HOSPITALS. By Mrs. F. J. Carter

THE CONTEMPORARY ThoughT OF GREAT BRITAIN, EUROPE AND THE

UNITED STATES.

389

FARMERS AND FREE-TRADE. By Stuart Reid

399

BOUFFE. By James Smith

419

ON THE TAXATION OF PROPERTY. By A. H. Davis

437

Thomas Hood. By W. H. 0. Smeaton

444

TURKEY AND THE TURKS (No. 3). By a Correspondent

462

THE FINANCIAL OUTLOOK IN New South WALES. By John Warde. 475

SIR CHARLES GAVAN DUFFY's “Young IRELAND.” By R. Colonna-

Close

484

THE INSOLVENCY Acts of New South Wales. By a Sydney Merchant 499

THE UNIVERSITY Constitution Bill. By Dr. Et. Thibault.

505

A THANKSGIVING. By Rev. William Allen .

518

THE CONTEMPORARY THOUGHT OF GREAT BRITAIN, EUROPE AND THE

UNITED STATES.

520

THE DIOSCURI OF ITALIAN POETRY. By O. M. Spencer

529

SOME PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF John STUART MILL.

By John

Plummer

542

ARTESIAN WELLS AND IRRIGATION. By J. J. English

550

What Might Have HAPPENED. By James Smith .

557

TRIBUNALS OF COMMERCE. By B. Cowderoy

578

THE GUADALETE AND GRANADA. By Rev. C. E. rought, M.A. 587

EASTWARD Ho! By a Correspondent

593

FARMERS AND FREE-TRADE: A REPLY. By James Allen

605

THE INTERCOLONIAL CONFERENCE AND THE FEDERATION OF THE AUS.

TRALIAS.

623

THE CLOTURE AND ITS APPLICATION TO OUR COLONIAL ASSEMBLIES.

By the Editor

639

THE CONTEMPORARY Thought oF GREAT BRITAIN, EUROPE AND THE

UNITED STATES.

646

ANNUS MIRABILIS: 1880. By Charles Hastings Barton

653

PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION. By G. Lacy

669

THE VICTORIAN PRESS.

683

ON THE TRAINING OF MERCHANT OFFICERS AND SEAMEN. By John

L. Scott

691

IRELAND AND HISTORICAL COMPARISONS. By J. Crozier

698

A MALIE VON LASSAULX: Sister AUGUSTINE. By Elizabeth Jane

Bailey.

707

TURKEY AND THE TURKS (No. 4). By a Correspondent

715

WHY THERE ARE NO GIPSIES IN AUSTRALIA. By John Plummer 728

IMMIGRATION : AUSTRALIA'S GREAT Want. By James Allen

735

HORTICULTURAL Shows. By David A. Crichton

747

THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By a Correspondent 753

THE Crisis in Russia. By James Smith

763

THE CONTEMPORARY THOUGHT OF GREAT BRITAIN, EUROPE AND THE

UNITED STATES.

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HARVARD COLLEGE

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JAN 3 1918

P405.3

Edited BY H. MORTIMER FRANKLYN.

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I. Idealism in a Practical Aspect. By EDWARD PERCY FIELD (Sydney,

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III. The Transmission of Light and Sound. By T. WAKELIN, B.A. (New

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IV. Schools of Agriculture. By RICHARD BENNETT .

27

V. The Christian Faith and Culture. No. 2. By THOMAS LAVER

31

VI. Nature's Scavengers. By JAMES SMITH

42

VII. Was Bacon Shakespeare? By R. C. C.

54

VIII. The Supreme Court and the Press in New South Wales. By John

WARDE (Sydney)

IX. The Song of Roland. By Rev. M. Watson, S.J.

83

X. Notes from Fiji. By a Correspondent

93

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XII. The Legal Profession and Amalgamation. By J. W. J.

XIII. The Gospel of Dirt. By Rev. W. H. FITCHETT .

XIV. The Contemporary Thought of Great Britain, Europe, and the United

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