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    "All alone again?" I said when I found my friend, Mrs. Brice, sitting by the fire with her knitting one dull Saturday afternoon. ...

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  4. For Enid's Sake.

    James Harvey, head of the great firm of Harvey and Company, printers and publishers, jerked his head in the direction of an office-boy who ...

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  5. III.

    In a long letter, received the following morning, James Harvey learnt of Cranston's innocence. In it the writer, whilst admitting his own guilt, ...

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    In spite of the march of progress in the Eastern worlds, India still retains, in a large measure, its primitive ideas in regard to marriage. It ...

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  7. A Lad and a Lass.

    "A lass for me," a brave lad cried, "So that my life complete may be! I've health and wealth—has Heav'n denied ...

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    A hero of Anzac, who is not mentioned in any despatches, but who figures frequently in the home letters of Australasian survivors of the ...

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    In the early evening of the same day two men stood facing one another in the dining-room of a small suburban house in North-West London. ...

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    As an after-dinner speaker Jack's the best I hope to see, For when the meal is finished he says, "Bring the check to me." ...

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