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  2. Advertising

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  3. Truth

    Viewing the war from a secular standpoint, the Church stands to gain little and lose much. His Holiness the Pope sent forth a message, recently, ...

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  4. NEW YEAR "IMPRESSIONS."

    Sscribes who take on the job of writing up "old year out and new year in " impressions for the morning press pennorths, always claim to have touched every aspect of ...

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  5. SHOT WITH HIS OWN SHELL.

    Like old Paul Kroger, the Kaiser boasted that he intended to stagger humanity, but so far he has succeeded in staggering nobody but himself. His own country has been the chief sufferer by the war. The blow that was to smash the Allies recoiled on himself. Metaphorically speaking, the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. THE CRITIC

    Who can undaunted brave the Critic's rage' Or note unmoved his mention in the Critic's page. Parade his errors in the public eye, And Mother Grandy's rage defy: ...

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  7. ANOTHER RAILWAY FARCE.

    When an intending railway passenger tears up to a station barrier dead winded and with a face like a pickled tomato, jet still in time to catch the outgoing train, and has ...

    Article : 416 words
  8. DEAD MEN'S SHOES.

    The corpse of a member of Parliament is never properly put under the god—indeed, it is never properly a corpse—before the underground engineers, of politics are at ...

    Article : 248 words
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