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  2. HORSE OR BICYCLE.

    "I am supposing, of course, that it is a good machine, in good order, and that one is a passable rider," said A., who was a bicycle enthusiast. ...

    Article : 1,510 words
  3. THE SAMARCNS AND THEIR ANNUALACRIFICE.

    Seven days be[?] the feast of tho Passover the Sa[?]ritans leave their homes, climb the [?]ntain, and encamp in a hollow nearhe top of Gerizim. ...

    Article : 679 words
  4. THE SIBERIAN RAILROAD.

    Five and a half years have now elapsed since the first stroke was given to tin construction of Russia's great Siberian railroad, the longest on the globe. That ...

    Article : 723 words
  5. THE QUEEN'S SECOND JUBILEE.

    We feel compelled to remonstrate seriously against at least one incident of the preparations for the Queen's second Jubilee. There is grave ...

    Article : 1,276 words
  6. THE LAND.

    The Wunghnu grain store, it is reported, was last year overrun with mice, and much damage was done to the grain stored therein. This year not a mouse is ...

    Article : 2,845 words
  7. THE AMPLIPHONE IN MEDICAL PRACTICE.

    The last twelve months have been remarkably fertile in the evolution of means whereby the concealed pathology of the human body may be revealed. ...

    Article : 924 words
  8. VANITY FAIR.

    The practice of clubs admitting women as well as men to membership is becoming popular in London. Perhaps the most striking success of the kind has ...

    Article : 715 words
  9. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF ROCKS.

    Those who have studied rocks from the point of view of their magnetic properties have long been aware of the existence of certain isolated portions, or zones, ...

    Article : 250 words
  10. ANOTHER AMERICAN HORROR.

    The fate of the "multi-murderer" Holmes has not deterred other wretches of his kind from robbing life insurance companies by crimes like those which ...

    Article : 215 words
  11. CELEBRITIES.

    Delyannis, the late Greek premier, began bis political career as a copyist in the Greek civil service. He is now some years past seventy, but a man of great ...

    Article : 552 words
  12. A WATCH THAT WINDS ITSELF.

    An account is given in the Chicago "Tribune" of a novelty in watches which will doubtless prove useful to those who are forgetful in the matter of ...

    Article : 423 words
  13. LONDON AND NORMANDY PRODUCE.

    Mr Gurney, H.B.M. Consul at Cherbourg, has sent to the Foreign Office an exceedingly interesting report on the trade of his district, in which he calls ...

    Article : 391 words
  14. SPRIGS OF ARISTOCRACY.

    A London correspondent writes:—A tobacconist baronet has-been discovered, and some of the newspapers are mating much of the fact. His name is Sir Harry ...

    Article : 352 words
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