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  3. KING HAAKON.

    To-day (says the "Westminster Gazette" of 20th June) King Haakon goes to Trondhjem to take the crown which some nine months ago was offered him ...

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  4. ENGLISH COUSINS.

    "Yes," said the Australian girl, pensively, gloves are certainly cheaper here, but only one shop in ten will try them on for you. I ...

    Article : 1,234 words
  5. A REAL SEA-SERPENT.

    After the cataracts of corn that have deluged those who have dared, of late years, to tell us tales of the sea-serpent, he must be regarded as ...

    Article : 572 words
  6. THE KING OF BEASTS.

    "No other single observer has left a record of the lion of such value to the naturalist as Mr Selous," says President Roosevelt in the interesting "foreword" ...

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  7. A MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE.

    After the terrible experience of spending two nights on the side of a mountain in the Snowdonian range with a broken leg, a young German doctor, ...

    Article : 420 words
  8. CONGO HORRORS.

    So horrible have been the details of the revolting atrocities in the Congo Free State that they would be almost incredible did the evidence of returned ...

    Article : 414 words
  9. COFFIN FOR PULPIT.

    Draped in mourning, standing in his coffin, and clad in the robes of the dead. Staff-Captain Trevet of the Salvation Army, preached on "After Death ...

    Article : 303 words
  10. HONEYMOON ON A RAFT.

    Of the thirty-six rafts which passed Port Jervis, New York, on their way down the Delaware River to the tidewater the past week (writes the ...

    Article : 335 words
  11. "BEEFSTEAK" CHAIRS.

    Seven stalwart oak X-shaped chairs, carved with the arms of the Sublim Society of Beefsteaks, appeared a Christie's. This club flourished from ...

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  12. HAPPY CANADA. |

    Canada has been happily free from the sinister portent of the "red" flag. The people are prosperous and happy. They are as free as the air. They work ...

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