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  2. OUR FOUR O'CLOCK.

    For our thought:— Life is a story in volumes three— The past, the present, the yet to be, The first is finished and laid away, ...

    Article : 2,720 words
  3. (PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.) OUR SERIAL STORY.

    The charge of murder brought against him was so grotesque that Courtney scorned to rebut it, but the manner in which he had been arrested roused him ...

    Article : 2,619 words
  4. IN BOOKLAND.

    "Belgium and Germany," by Henri Davignon (Thomas Nelson and Sons, through Edwards, Dunlop, and Co., Ltd.). —This book might be summed up in a ...

    Article : 1,921 words
  5. MUSIC & MUSICIANS

    Every organist who aspires to distin[?] tion thinks of preparing for the A.R.C.O. (writes " A Successful Candidate," in the "Musical Harald"). The searching ...

    Article : 1,494 words
  6. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,— Your correspondent, "Freedom," is a pure-merino-dyed-in-the-wool freetrader all right. So we must debar ourselves of luxuries to lend the money we ...

    Article : 229 words
  7. WHAT COURIER READERS WRITE.

    M.S.—Unable to publish because of space considerations. "VEGETARIANISM AND MEATEATING."—We are obliged to close at ...

    Article : 45 words
  8. SOLDIERS AND SETTLEMENT.

    Sir,—Mr. Shackleton's letter of 25th ultimo breatnes such a friendly and courteous tone that I will try and reply to it in a somewhat like manner, ...

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  9. ECONOMISING.

    Sir,—I must apologise to Mr. White for my delay in replying to his letter of the 13th instant. Being away from my home I had not time to attend to it, and on ...

    Article : 1,049 words
  10. USE OF ARROWROOT.

    The following letter, of interest to housewives, has been received from one of our correspondents:— Some years ago you conferred a very ...

    Article : 295 words
  11. TO SHAKESPEARE.

    [?] shade, it needed not a stone To keep thy memory from, oblivion, Nor oak leaves o'er thy Poet's brow enwreathed, thou Prince of Bards. To mortals thou ...

    Article : 334 words
  12. COMPLEXION HINTS.

    The drying and wrinkling effect of the sun and dust on the complexion in a hot climate is easily counteracted, and the skin [?] in beauty by the use of ...

    Article : 101 words
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