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  2. THE STANDARDS OF BAKERSVILLE.

    "You have been crying, Eff[?]e. You aren't strong enough to see company yet. "It wasn't that. Mrs Joyner eyed ...

    Article : 3,653 words
  3. CASA-BIANCA.

    That was a lucky child who, in the latter part of the last century escaped the ordeal of standing, up before a circle of relatives and friends — out ward[?]y ...

    Article : 925 words
  4. THE ENGLISH SCHOOL GIRL.

    My boys and girls—a goodly brood—(writes M.F. In the "Daily Mail"), have now been home long enough for their summer holidays to enable me to come ...

    Article : 1,348 words
  5. STORIANA.

    Associate Justice D. R. Brewer, the wit and story teller of the United States Supreme Court, is credited with the following:— ...

    Article : 214 words
  6. HONOR EVERYWHERE.

    "Oh, yes," Senator La Follette reluctantly admitted of a corrupt politician, "I suppose the man has some sense of honor. Wheer won't you find some sense ...

    Article : 154 words
  7. FADDISTS IN FOOD.

    The time when almost every table d'hote on the Continent has its Contingent of Britishers offers a good opportunity for the observation of British ...

    Article : 488 words
  8. A QUEER CHASER.

    Dr. John Duncan Quackenbos, New York's authority on hypnotics, was discussing, at his beautiful New Hampshire estate on Lake Sunapee, the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 128 words
  9. SCIENTIST'S DUMMY HAND.

    Dr Hall Edwards, the Birmingham X-ray martyr, who, as the result of two operations for dermatitis, has now one thumb left to take the place of a pair ...

    Article : 320 words
  10. ACROBATIC GUDGEON.

    Shakespeare's "fool gudgeon" was no relation to the intelligent and active fish which has spent the last few days in a tank at the fish house in the Zoological ...

    Article : 410 words
  11. OVER THREE-HUNDRED MILLS.

    From Paris on August 16 the correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote:— Some astonishing results with the ...

    Article : 260 words
  12. SCHOOL HOWLERS.

    The "Daily News" is responsible for the following:— Leap year is so called because for three years the earth goes round the ...

    Article : 135 words
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