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  2. CHRISSIE'S DREAM.

    "Oh, dear!" sighed Chrissie Redford, pushing back her tumbled black curls, and revealing a tired and flushed face; "I wish semibreves and ...

    Article : 1,368 words
  3. MADELINE'S SECRET.

    The first time I saw Madeline Raynor I thought she was one of the handsomest women I had ever seen. It was at the Academy, the first day ...

    Article : 1,937 words
  4. AMUSING INCIDENTS.

    A medical man humorously relates the following little experience, admitting that he didn't think it particularly funny at the time. ...

    Article : 134 words
  5. MEN OF NOTE.

    Mr. Sydney Charles Buxton, the Postmaster-General, is one of the most serious of modern statesmen. With him politics is not a game, but a most ...

    Article : 237 words
  6. THE EAVESDROPPER.

    Alice Foster was unhappy. She did not know her own mind. Women usually have very marked preferences and dislikes. Even the veriest ...

    Article : 1,352 words
  7. FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.

    Quite a little romance is interwoven with a wedding that took place in Melbourne recently. Long, long years ago a young man and maid, who lived ...

    Article : 1,391 words
  8. A SOLOMONIC DECISION.

    The quarrel concerned a brood of turkeys. The flock, consisting of fourteen young ones, was mothered by two hens, a white one and a bronze, and ...

    Article : 151 words
  9. Col. Sir Edward W. B. Ward, K.C.B.

    Sir Edward ward, whose disagreeable duty it was recently, as Permanent Under-Secretary of State at the War Office, to write to General Sir ...

    Article : 255 words
  10. MATCHED AT LAST.

    Every week-day, as regular as clock-work, the Rangles's kept the butcher's man waiting half-an-hour, while they differed concerning the kind of meat ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. THE VALUE OF HENS' EGGS.

    Here are some facts and figures relative to the hen's egg which may not be without interest to the student of poultry possibilities:—Its average ...

    Article : 222 words
  12. ARE EARLY MARRIAGES WISE?

    Although a great deal has been said and written on the man's side of this question, very little has been taken into consideration as far as the woman ...

    Article : 211 words
  13. DOING HER BEST.

    The other day, when a candidate for Parliamentary honors was canvassing a Scottish district, he called at the house of a constituent of recognised ...

    Article : 140 words
  14. Lord Wodehouse, M.P.

    The youngest member of Parliament is Lord Wodehouse, who was returned for Mid-Nortolk at the General Election. ...

    Article : 155 words
  15. WHAT AM I?

    A celebrated vocalist was once a candidate for municipal honors. Canvassing for votes, he approached an elector who would not commit himself till ...

    Article : 170 words
  16. FOUND WANTING.

    The dissenting minister had been invited by Mrs. Pugh to tea, and Mrs. Rents had been asked to meet him. When he was gone. Mrs. Pugh turned ...

    Article : 178 words
  17. TO ASCERTAIN YOUR BRAIN POWER.

    Do you possess well-formed and evenly-balanced features? This is the rule; judge for yourself. The height of your forehead ...

    Article : 122 words
  18. IN THE END.

    When he was seventeen he thought The girl that he would make his wife Must be most fair—all else was naught— ...

    Article : 139 words
  19. FOUND WANTING.

    A girl should marry when she is capable of understanding and fulfilling the duties of a true wife and thorough housewife. Let her do so before ...

    Article : 109 words
  20. VARIETIES.

    The keenest satire on man's demand for freedom is his desire for the things that enslave. When liberty is given him he cannot exercise it because of ...

    Article : 342 words
  21. IS LOVE SELFISH?

    Love is selfish, say what you will. A man no sooner sees a girl who in some way takes his fancy than he follows up his pursuit and tries to woo ...

    Article : 249 words
  22. THE JEW IN AMERICA.

    Mr. Herbert N. Casson, in an article in "Munsey's magazine," expresses the opinion that at the present rate of immigration another century will see ...

    Article : 289 words
  23. THE POWER OF LOVE.

    True love has well been named the universal educator. Nothing is more startling than to note the sudden changes made when love comes on the ...

    Article : 145 words
  24. A HUSBAND'S ARTFULNESS.

    It was a mean trick, of course, and some day she will doubtless get even with him. She saw him take a piece of paper from his pocket, carefully ...

    Article : 226 words
  25. STARVING IN HEART DISEASE.

    At a recent meeting of the Berlin Medical Society Dr. Hirschfield read a paper on the nutrition of patients with heart disease. He took the somewhat ...

    Article : 169 words
  26. The Time Was Changed.

    Harry: Are you deaf to my pleading? May: I am. Harry: But what if I were to offer ...

    Article : 111 words
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