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  2. CURRENT LITERATURE.

    Books in plenty there have been dealing with Indian politics and with the careers of various English officers of rank stationed there, and to this number we welcome an able ...

    Article : 572 words
  3. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC NOTES.

    The return here of Mr. John Lemmene and Miss Adela Verne from Adelaide, where the recent concert season terminated, draws attention to the compartive failure of the Alva tour, to ...

    Article : 1,709 words
  4. THE CASE FOR EVOLUTION.

    Professor Haeckel's remarks about Pithecanthropus have disinterred some archaic humour in reference to missing links, But a " missing link" is only funny so long as it has not been found. ...

    Article : 2,282 words
  5. THE LADY ASENATH.

    Mr. Basil Thompson has repioducod in "The Indiscretions of Lady Asenath " (George Bell and Sons) his clover sketches of South Sea Island life that originally appeared in the " New Review " ...

    Article : 242 words
  6. THE OXFORD DICTIONARY.

    A further faseicule of the dictionary being published at the Clarendon Press, Oxford, under the general editing of Dr. Murray and Mr. Bradley, is out. It is the second part of the ...

    Article : 319 words
  7. LITERARY GOSSIP.

    Mr. Andrew Lang is bringing oat a sequel to " Pickle the Spy." It is to be called " The Companions of Pickle," and will contain a set of eighteenth century portraits. ...

    Article : 820 words
  8. RACY REMINISCENCES.

    Theatregoers who remember the many parts [?]bly played in Australia by Mr. G. H. Snazelle, will be glad to renew their acquaintance with the versatile actor in ...

    Article : 240 words
  9. THE SEQUEL TO " ZENDA."

    It was inevitable that the " Prisoner of Zonda " would have a sequel. And the sequel has come in " Rupert of Hentza[?]." Rupert, the king's cousin, was not a man of the first ...

    Article : 483 words
  10. FLOWER FAVOURITES.

    In this pleasantly written and neatly printed little volume, "Flower Favourites," by Lizzie Deas (George Allen), we have something that should find favour with all flower-lovers. Many ...

    Article : 69 words
  11. PROBLEMS OF MODERN INDUSTRY.

    In connection with the Fabian Society and its propaganda the names of Sidney and Beatrice Webb are familiar, and in the volume just issued, " Problems of Modern Industry " (Longmans, ...

    Article : 798 words
  12. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    From George Allen:" Flower Favourites: their Legends, Symbolism, and significauce," by Lizzie Deas. Loagmans, Green, and Co.: "The Works of ...

    Article : 162 words
  13. SPECIAL EXCURSION TRAINS.

    The Railway Commissioners intimate that they have arranged to run a series of specially cheap excursion trains from the country to Sydney early next month, thus giving country residents an ...

    Article : 375 words
  14. THE QUARTERLIES.

    The " Querterly " has a thoughtful article on " The International Ferment," in which the writer draws upon the recent speeches of Lord Salisbury and Mr. Chamberlain, Spanish and ...

    Article : 1,410 words
  15. THE CZAR'S PROPOSAL.

    Sir,—I look upon the action of the Emperor of Russia as offering a fine opportunity to the Governments and Parliaments and peoples of all civilised lands to do a wise and righteous thing. ...

    Article : 199 words
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