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  3. LIFE IN THE EAST.

    On several occasions, when visiting old aistorical temples in Yamato, which were situated (as Japanese temples mostly are) on the top of pretty steep hills, to which access is gained by ...

    Article : 1,827 words
  4. UNCLAIMED MONEY.

    There are a great many persons in this world like Mr. Micawber (says Mr. Sidney H. Preston in the "News of the World")—"waiting for something to turn up." and possibly ...

    Article : 1,426 words
  5. PEERAGE ROMANCE.

    A romance of the peerage is now being heard in the Chancery Division of the Dublin Court by the Master of the Rolls. George Godwin Barkham Swifte claims to be the lawful child ...

    Article : 967 words
  6. SOCIAL ITEMS.

    The cloudy sky and threatening weather did no deter many from being present at Randwick races on New Year's Day, and, considering the number of people who are away just now, ...

    Article : 960 words
  7. ZOO CRIMINALS.

    Sympathy is absolutely wasted on the Royal Zoological Society's captives in Regent's Park, London (writes Mr. Leslie Mainland in the "Weekly Despatch") If the majority of them ...

    Article : 1,271 words
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  9. DEBTORS COACHED.

    A strange occupation has, it seems, for some time peen followed by certain hangers-on at the Southwark (London) County Court—that of studying the idiosyncrasies and sympathies of ...

    Article : 299 words
  10. FREGOLI'S JOKE.

    Mr. Fregoli, the quick-change artist, who is performing at the Barrasford Alhambra in Paris, played an amusing joke on the public and police on a recent afternoon. ...

    Article : 265 words
  11. REFUSED TO DO THE IRONING.

    The servant problem was empnasised at Chiswick (near London) Police Court, when an applicant applied for advice. "I have been in my situation for three weeks," she said, "and I ...

    Article : 52 words
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  13. A SOLDENE TRIBUTE.

    There's a lady who writes for the "News," Whose letters never fail to amuse, The lady I mean Is Madame Soldene, ...

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