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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED

'liiitain'= Duiv To-dev.' bv Kdward Lytu Hon, D.I), diced lna-te of Kt-otii. ia'booklrt of iive chapters, viz.: - Certain I'erolcMt-le-.' - ili-torie.-:l.' -The libi of Modem Cernuiuy.' ' The Xafure of tinPost,' and ' Ilritain's Opportunity.' The whole constitute a summary of .-omo .-alien! facts jn the history of the Pni---.ians which have helped to bring <<; ruianv to believe in an oulv. orn theory. It C rn-neec--:iry to add that few men have better quai'ilicalioip than has l)r l.vtteltou to deal v-.'th thi- all-a'o-orbiug -object. A good map accompanies the publication but of the figure- it gives of the relative strength- o; the Power- m navie-. armies, and aircraft it i-- -nilicie.it to -,:y that thr-v eannot he accepted ;i- any niop' reliable than similar information in rno-t book- of - ilv Priced. Remember.' bv Arthur U. Adam-, coti-i ts of four In-line ver>es In way of an-wer to Krn-t l.b-auer'- ' Chant of Hate.' in which this unfortunate I iceman pour-, out, the v'til- of In; v rath upon the nation that, dared to help turn b-iok tbe btiti-h-u-s and ravbher- or' Belgium. Mr Adams's vrr-es tu-e forceful end telling, though hardly a- inton-e a< tire'"''lkv To'Do Tasmania from \ew Zealand ' i- an excellent and informative 24pago illustrated pamphlet issued' bv the T.istii.ii-iian t beornnien! Touri-t p'eo.iitmenl for the beneh't of health and holiday seeker-.

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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