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The April number of the Review of Reviewls! for Australasia, just to hand, contains a very readable article on the New Zealand Exhibition, with some good views. Last month an interesting series of articles on “Our Artesian Supplies’’ was commenced by Mr W. Gibbons Cox, and is continued in this issue. Mr Miles Verrall writes on State Banjkis v. Bond Banks, and Dr. Strong contributes a well-written article on ‘‘Prison Reform." The character sketch of the month is on Mr Thomas Sexton, M.P. The Impressions of the Theatre are continued, the subject this month being and Cleopatra.” A larger number of pages shan usual are devoted to current history in caricature. The whole number is a very fine one, and is crowded with interesting matter from cover to cover. In the Leading Article of the Month and the pages devoted to Reviews Reviewed there is nothing of interest in current literature that docs not come in or is not noted.

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REVIEW OF REVIEWS., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 6 April 1907

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REVIEW OF REVIEWS. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 6 April 1907

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