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  2. SHORT STORY.

    'I guess I'll christen him peppercorn,' said Fogg; 'It's as good a name as any other and it seems appropriate.' 'It's appropriate, certainly,' said ...

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  3. TRAVELLER.

    When the terrible Apache Indians' were waging war against the white men, they were often driven by frontiersmen deep into the heart of Arizona. On ono of ...

    Article : 349 words
  4. LADIES' COLUMN.

    Hats are now worn tilted over the eyes. In training ladies to become children's nurses, the art of story [?] is cultivated. ...

    Article : 250 words
  5. WAYS OF LIVING.

    'ThE fraudulent advertisement is a hardy perennial, as difficult to kill as a healthy ghost or a false tradition,' remarked a magistrate's clerk to the writer ...

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  6. FARM AND GARDEN.

    Onions, of which Giant Rocca is such a prominent variety, should all be transplanted in instanced where they are intended for building and are not retained ...

    Article : 365 words
  7. WHI TENS THE HANDS AND ARMS.

    Ladies who play tennis out in the open air, may like to know of a good lotion for whitening the hands and arms when tanned by exposure to the sun. Mix ...

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  8. INS AND OUTS OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE.

    Perhaps it is because there is a rule forbidding strangers to pass within its sacred gates that so little is known by the general public of that world-famed ...

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  9. TOO OFTEN AT DRAWING-ROOMS.

    So very crowded of into have the Court Drawing-rooms become, that a new rule has been made setting forth that these who have a right to attend such ...

    Article : 51 words
  10. ROSE TREE PRUNING.

    If too early pruned the young shoots may have becomes so prominent as to be injured by late frosts and cold winds, and should be attended to. Standards, which ...

    Article : 429 words
  11. HUMOUR.

    What will you charge to paint the words, 'Post No Bills' on my fence?' asked a woman of a signpainter. 'Twopence a letter, madam,' the painter ...

    Article : 99 words
  12. PROMINENT WOMEN EXPLORES.

    When Miss M. Betham-Edwards turned her attention to arch[?]logical research in Egypt she enjoyed the reputation of being the only woman who had shown a taste ...

    Article : 113 words
  13. CHEATED THEM.

    Patient: 'I want to take gas.' Dentist: 'It is not usual to administer gas for such a small tooth, my boy. It won'i hurt you for an instant.' ...

    Article : 115 words
  14. THEY ARE SHOWER PROOF.

    Blouses and skirts intended for cycling and out-door wear are now being made of prints that have been rendered shower proof. These are not really waterproof, ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. CARROT JUICE FOR THE COMPLEXION.

    A French doctor has made a discovery that the juice from carrots has wonderful properties, hitherto ignored and neglected. Particularly is it beneficial in purifying ...

    Article : 62 words
  16. FOR GOOD REASON.

    The following is an example of the reluctance of the canny Scot to part with unasked for information. An Englishman chancing to be in ...

    Article : 186 words
  17. HARDLY SEEMS POSSIBLE.

    So muth advice is given nowadays on how to preserve the completion that it in interesting to peep back a couple of centuries and see how they managed when ...

    Article : 158 words
  18. AFTER THE FIFTH.

    It was the evening after the Fifth, as the glorious sun was sinking to rest, and the small boy, packed in lint and a splint or two, was lying with his face to the wall, ...

    Article : 244 words
  19. VARIETIES.

    Most people hear better with the right than with the left ear. Among the p[?]nicians, in ancient days, the wearing of carriages was a badge of ...

    Article : 651 words
  20. PLANT HOUSES,

    Eupatoriums, Thrysacanthus, Fuchsias, Gardenias, &c, should be propagated as necessary. All root readily when plunged into moderate bottom hest. ...

    Article : 196 words
  21. ONES ENOUGH.

    One day an examiner was listening to a class of Irish boys in the East-End of London as they repeated Macaulay's Horatius.' ...

    Article : 95 words
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