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  3. The Home.

    Anger and Heart Disease.—In diseases of the heart, anger is a potent agency of evil If death does not occur from a sudden, intense shock, tho organ is enfeebled by every ...

    Article : 431 words
  4. Household Hints.

    Is the days when the still-room was nearly as necessary an apartment as the kitchen in a large house, pressing and drying were almost fine arts in the hands of the house ...

    Article : 387 words
  5. Short Story.

    "I think you had better attempt no explanation, Mr. Halbon, the senior partner was saying to me very quietly. "No," he went on, as I was on the point ...

    Article : 2,847 words
  6. [?]RGED BANE NOTES

    FORGED Bank of England notes have always been a source of trouble and anxiety ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 436 words
  7. Feathers Flew.

    The other day a sportsman had with him a bay to curry the game bag. Having missed five birds in succession, the gunner cried, as he shot at the sixth bird :— ...

    Article : 68 words
  8. The French Nobility

    The French aristocracy, If we are to believe the French papers, is in a fair way of self-destruction. As its members have no longer any public ...

    Article : 455 words
  9. He Dropped the Subject.

    "Did you over, atop to think," said the village storekeeper recently, as he measured out half a peck of potatoes, "that these potatoes contain sugar, water, and starch?" ...

    Article : 75 words
  10. A Little Bit One-sided.

    The fact that your husband is your husband does not mean that his love will always be yours. Men, even the very best of them, are fickle, and once you allow him to tire of ...

    Article : 386 words
  11. On the Sea of Matrimony.

    With what hopes and fears do two young people look forward to launching out on the sea of matrimony! A few words of advice may not be amiss from one who not very ...

    Article : 256 words
  12. Good and Bad.

    "Eh, Tonal, and hoo are ye ?" " Weel." " That's guid." "No sae grid either. I marrit a bad wife ...

    Article : 80 words
  13. THE CONFESSION.

    "Twenty years have elapsed since I was the foreman of the firm of—, makers of banknote paper for the States. One day I received a visit from an entire stranger, who ...

    Article : 1,159 words
  14. Punishment Fitted Crime.

    When Admiral Dewey was the executive officer of the Colorado, it happened that for some misdemeanour two sailors were confined in the "brig," an the ship's prison was ...

    Article : 175 words
  15. About Children.

    No matter how light the load or how trivial the task, our children should be taught [?]be responsible beings almost as soon as th[?] can talk (says a writer in "Baby") ...

    Article : 223 words
  16. Lamp Chimneys.

    To prevent lamp chimneys cracking, place the chimney in a pot filled with cold water and add a little cooking salt ; allow it to boll well, then cool slowly. Chimneys ...

    Article : 65 words
  17. To Remove Marking Ink from Linen.

    This is generally difficult, aud sometimes impossible, for it depends upon the ingredients of which the marking ink is made whether it can be satisfactorily removed or ...

    Article : 84 words
  18. Cut It Short.

    A certain Edinburgh barber having great gift of gab used to amuse his customers with his long yarns while be went through his functions on their heads and faces. One day ...

    Article : 194 words
  19. Told by a Village Clergyman.

    Until quite recent years it was not very unusual in remote country parishes in England for the parish clerk to be a woman. Her duties included loading me responses ...

    Article : 282 words
  20. Napoleon Bonaparte's Love of Work.

    In order to appreciate the life and character which Josephine led as Empress it is necessary first to give a picture of what Napoleon himself was like in his home. ...

    Article : 408 words
  21. Two Fas[?]nable Diseases.

    "Silk petticoat wrist" is a new 1899 disease, for which the present long, heavy skirts are directly answerable, and has been discovered by Dr. Carleton Simon, a ...

    Article : 339 words
  22. For Mistress and Maid.

    Don't put your maid in an uncomforfatle room to sleep. Make it attractive. Don't ignore the fact that she needs some time to herself to mend her clothes. ...

    Article : 374 words
  23. He Thought "Pyjamas" Was a Disease.

    The women of a Mississipi town organised a Red Cross auxiliarly society, and among their contributions to the comfort of their absent heroes was a case of ...

    Article : 169 words
  24. The Poor Child and the Queen.

    A little story, quite in the style of Hans Andersen, about the Queen at Italy and a poor Child, points an important political moral which we leave it to our readers ...

    Article : 216 words
  25. Two Hundred Ladies in Rational Dress.

    An [?]musing story bearing on the great rational dress question comes from Nebraska. It is said that a class of 200 young women of the physical culture department of ...

    Article : 194 words
  26. Female Smokers in London.

    The distinction of sex among smoker may bt gradually disappearing, especially in London. Cigarette-cases are to be found very commonly among the personal posses ...

    Article : 146 words
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