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Mica Grimshaw has collected another at of her shoret stories, and has published them under the title of "The Candles of-Katara" (Hurst and
Blackett). They are characteristic stones of the South Seas, of New Guinea, and of the men and women ho have drifted there from the four corners of the earth, and they are uniformly good. Indeed, "The Candles of Katara" might be quoted as one .of Miss Grirashaw's best books. Perhaps the (tor? which gives its name to the collection is one of the most dramatic, but there is a touch of O. Henry about "The Black Dog of Bareina," while "The Wreck of The Lady Rose" is largely comedy.