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  2. FAIR FRANCE.

    The Paris correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph," writes:—Observance of the National Fete of the Fourteenth of July is becoming more ...

    Article : 1,474 words
  3. HORTICULTURAL.

    Peach leaf curl is one of the most destructive fungoid diseases to which peach trees are subjected, and entails great loss on the growers if not ...

    Article : 485 words
  4. THE LADIES' COLUMN.

    Back to Australia's shores has come the spring-time, Anil in the bush the budding flowers awake; Crimson and gold and purple creepers turning, ...

    Article : 196 words
  5. WIT AND HUMOR.

    Women are naturally tender-hearted. No woman ever deliberately stepped on a mouse. The people who help us most are those who make light of our achievements and have faith ...

    Article : 1,748 words
  6. SOUTH AFRICAN POLICY.

    There are certain items of South African news which may possibly show that a reaction against the gushing enthusiasm with which the ...

    Article : 1,161 words
  7. OUTLAWRY.

    It was announced in the House of Commons some time since that a warrant for the arrest of Mr Arthur Lynch. the member for Galway City, ...

    Article : 553 words
  8. "TIP."

    The "tip" is getting to be a universal plague. Nowadays, when one goes into any of the more fashionable restaurants, there are half a dozen people ...

    Article : 698 words
  9. THE SCHOOLMASTER.

    Reviewing Anthur Christopher Benson's novel, "The Schoolmaster," published by John Murray, E. A., in the "Westminster Gazette," writes:— ...

    Article : 874 words
  10. THE LIZARD'S WORK.

    A very curious incident happened somewhat recently in connection with one of the churches in Toledo. U.S. The usual Sunday morning' service was ...

    Article : 531 words
  11. THE KITCHEN GARDEN.

    Finish planting early potatoes on high ground, and commence to plant later varieties for a full crop in lower situations. The later kinds will require a ...

    Article : 328 words
  12. ADULTERATION DODGES.

    In these latter days (says the "Breeders' Gazette") an army of experts is busy studying how to make human foods more attractive to the eye or palate, ...

    Article : 340 words
  13. USEFUL HINTS.

    Fresh vegetables of all kinds keep best laid out on a stone floor. When cooking green vegetables see that they are always put into boiling ...

    Article : 418 words
  14. THE FLOWER GARDEN.

    Notwithstanding the deep-seated antipathy many have to growing anything but roses in a rosary or rose bed, it is now generally allowed that the use of ...

    Article : 353 words
  15. LIFELONG BLACKMAIL.

    A strange story is told in a letter published in the "Westminster Gazette." It was the disclosure, after death, of the hidden secret of a seemingly successful life, ...

    Article : 373 words
  16. TRAGEDY OF A YOUNG LIFE.

    Some extraordinary letters were nead at an inquest at Greenwich on, the body of a barmaid named Emily Charlotte Metley, aged twenty, Who resided with Mrs ...

    Article : 385 words
  17. THE GERMAN NAVY.

    A study in completeness and sound organisation is the German Navy. Imaginative in its origin, it is practical in its evolution. Nothing is ...

    Article : 184 words
  18. THE CONSERVATORY AND POT PLANTS.

    If a stock of euphorbia jacquiniæflora is required cuttings should be put in without delay. Take new growths about 2½ in in length, cut off close to the old wood. ...

    Article : 407 words
  19. SOME DAINTY EGG DISHES.

    Innumerable are the dainty dishes which may be evolved with the help of eggs, and that, too, sit a very small cost, if only one goes the right way to work. ...

    Article : 347 words
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    Tailors in Pretoria are so busy in consequence of an unusually brisk demand for frock coats that they cannot take any more orders for immediate delivery. ...

    Article : 88 words
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    Sir William Harcourt is the Jessop of the Parliamentary cricket field. He is a race slogger who delights the crowd with its lofty drives, and who treats ...

    Article : 44 words
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