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  3. Jingo Fever.

    There is a marked decline in the temperature of the patients suffering from Jingo Fever. What really justified the present war was the invasion of British territory by the Boers. We couldn't ...

    Article : 189 words
  4. Death Adder in a Cow's Stomach.

    The heading of this par. savors much of the proverbial 'snake yarn,' but it is nevertheless true, and can be verified by several well-known residents who actually saw the cow killed and ...

    Article : 148 words
  5. A Stolen Picture.

    A CABLE last week slated :—"The Scotland Yard authorities, in conjunction witha an American detective, Pinkerton, ascertained that Gainsborough's picture of ...

    Article : 327 words
  6. Californian Canning Trade.

    Some conception of the magnitude of the Californian canning industry may [?] from figures prepared by the [?] Fruit Canners' Association of its operations during the season of 1900. Fruits and ...

    Article : 287 words
  7. The Strength of Ice.

    Two-INCH ice will sustain a man or properly spiced Infantry; four inch ice will carry a man on horse-back, or cavalry, or light guns; six-inch ice, heavy field gun, such as eighty-pounders; eight-inch ice, ...

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