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  2. TEDDY'S AIRS AND GRACES

    "G.-good gracious!" said Teddy," and I th-thought you were a gentleman!" Wilfred de Bohme flicked the ash from his cigar—the cigar with which, ten ...

    Article : 3,274 words
  3. TOM WALLIS, ARTIST.

    Tom Wallis laid down his palette and brushes with a sigh of satisfaction, stepped back from the easel and gazed critically, with half-shut eyes and head ...

    Article : 2,745 words
  4. HIS BIRTHDAY.

    My wife said so; and when Maria says a thing, I generally agree with her, sooner or later. Once upon a time it was more commonly later, but I am wiser now. On ...

    Article : 1,805 words
  5. AT THE CORONATION.

    From a Chicago evening paper of the 9th ult. we extract the following:— What struck the eye most in the Abbey to-day was the marvellous display of ...

    Article : 803 words
  6. LONDON'S CHIEF OF POLICE

    "Happy is the country which has no history," is a saying which might well be adapted to that delicate and onerous post, the Chief ...

    Article : 532 words
  7. IN MEMORIAM.

    At the last meeting of the Melbourne Shakspeare Society regretful references were made to the heavy loss sustained by the death on the 9th of August last of Mr ...

    Article : 354 words
  8. ANGELS IN ART.

    In the early days of Christianity the question of angels gave rise to many passionate controversies. Many subtle questions were connected with the topic. ...

    Article : 283 words
  9. VISCOUNT KITCHENER.

    The "London Gazette" the other days contained a lengthy announcement confirming Lord Kitchener's peerage, of which this is the gist:—"The King has ...

    Article : 208 words
  10. SOLDIERS AND THEIR FEET.

    The recent war seems to have taught the War Office the importance of soldiers' feet. So much we infer from the announcement that an order has ...

    Article : 339 words
  11. HIS KNOWLEDGE.

    On board a certain ship of war recently two seamen were hotly engaged in an argument as to the class of animal a hog belonged to, one or them asserting it was, a sheep, and the other ...

    Article : 107 words
  12. A PECULIAR STEED.

    At a little dinner the other night the statement was made that the colored race had longer memories than white folk. Mark Twain, who was ...

    Article : 215 words
  13. WOULDN'T TAKE THE HINT.

    "What is It a sign of when one's lip itches?" asked the sweet girl as she lowered the blinds and sat down in the corner of a sofa built for two. ...

    Article : 217 words
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