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Two parts of Mr. Walter Hamilton's collection of the number of days she is making the voyage. And as Parodies have appeared. These deal wholly with the Sydney time is reckoned nearly twelve hours ahead of Poet Laureate, of whom some spirited travesties, with, London time (e.g., it is noon on January 1 at Sydney at of course, others of less merit, are furnished. We fail to the actual time that it is midnight on December 31 at see, however, the best parody of a portion of the In London) it will seem to be a day later when the ship Memoriam that ever appeared, the advertisement of reaches London than the count of days on board would Ozokerit. This we recall in Punch. So far as our make it. But if the ship sails westerly, or in the reverse memory can be trusted, it commenced thus:
direction to the earth's rotation, the ship's motion will • Wild rumours through the air did flit,
just make up for the difference of reckoning of time at Wild rumours shaped to mystic hints,
the two places, and the date will seem to be the same by When bright through breadth of public prints the count kept on board and as found at London, Two Flamed that great word Ozokerit.
ships starting together in reverse directions and arriving And much the peoples marvelled when
anywhere together will, of course, find their separate That mystic thing should come to view;
reckonings of date differ by one day. And what is it and whereunto?
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