"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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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