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  2. Mainly Personal

    AT The Hague Conference (shown above), which commenced early in August, the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Snowden, made his famous speech in which he said: "We are prepared to wipe the slate clean with regard to all international ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 355 words
  3. A Highly-Paid Autobiographist

    MR. AL. SMITH, former Governor of New York, who lost the Presidency to Mr. Hoover, is writing his auto-biography. All men who have been in prominent, positions in the U.S.A. now write their autobiographies for the ...

    Article : 151 words
  4. Wodehouse

    P. G. WODEHOUSE. England's popular humorous novelist, lives in Church-street, London. He has a daughter, who cals him "Plummy." What her age is we ...

    Article : 114 words
  5. Surgeons' New Knives

    COULD Shylock live and have his peculiar idiosyncrasies in usury still working Portia would be hard put to it to have gained her case. It is, however, in ...

    Article : 237 words
  6. Prince of Wales' New Home

    FORT BELVEDERE, shown below, the new home of the Prince of Wales, is a few miles from the main London to Southampton road. It was erected in 1750 as a "belvedere," or lookout, by George H. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 299 words
  7. An Ornithologist's Death

    MR. ARCHIBALD J. CAMPBELL, one of Australia's leading ornithologists, died at Box Hill (Vic.) last week at the age of 76. A happy life full of admiration for life itself is ...

    Article : 154 words
  8. LORD COVENTRY (Born 1838).

    The veteran peer who has held his peerage for 86 years and 62 days, beating the record of Viscount ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 33 words



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