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REVIEW OF REVIEWS.

No belter holiday magazine could be secured than the January. Review of Reviews. One of the first articles is on the Peace Movement, and nothing- could be more .appropriate Dr. Watkin writes interestingly on “The Discoveries of the Yarra, ’' and the articles is illustrated with photographs a nd sketches that bring into prominence . the wonderful strides which Melbourne has made within such a short period of time. In an article entitled “The Ancient Marriner” there are given reproductions of scenes round our own coasts, embodying some very beautiful photographic effects. The interviews of the month are on Labour matters, Australasian phis British (Mr Ramsay Macdonald). Law - Making by Plebiscite (Dr. Haynes), and the Negro Problem (General Miles). The chara(ter sketch is upon the sensational memoirs of Prince Hohcnlohe, which come as a shock to a great many of the countries involved in matters connected with the revelations'. It is hardly any wonder that the Kaiser was irritated at the publication. The rest of the magazine is taken up with a very copious survey of the magazines of the world, and the continuation of H. G. Well’s serial story. “In the Days of the Comet.” The issue is a very fine and complete one, and is a very mine of information for the interested reader.

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REVIEW OF REVIEWS., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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REVIEW OF REVIEWS. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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