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  2. THE SICILIANS.

    "D.C." writes, in the "Daily Mail" of 7th March:— The scene in Piccadilly was a strange one. My old friend Colonel Blazes was ...

    Article : 1,549 words
  3. THE HOUSEWIFE.

    F. F. Elmes writes, in the "Daily News" of 6th March:— "No," she says, firmly; "nothing will ever convince me that those automatic ...

    Article : 934 words
  4. REASON FOR GRATITUDE.

    In "Memories" Major-General Sir O. T. Burne tells of a minister in one of the Highland churches who wished his people to realise how much they ...

    Article : 274 words
  5. THE BITERS BIT.

    This is a story of a "boomerang joke." The return hit therein cited is certainly decisive and deserved. It never pays to tell people that they ...

    Article : 257 words
  6. THE DANGERS OF INDISCRIMINATE IMMIGRATION.

    The policy of establishing separate and exclusive settlements in Australia having been advocated, the following extracts from a speech delivered in ...

    Article : 593 words
  7. MASTER BURGLAR

    "Professor Morlarty," depleted by Sir Conan Doyle in "Sherlock Holmes," who crouched in a web of crime, has a living counterpart in Joseph Hepburn, who, as ...

    Article : 402 words
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  9. CRIME SYNDICATE.

    From Paris on 27th February the correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote:— The trial began at Limoges to-day of Antoine Thomas, the robber of churches, ...

    Article : 506 words
  10. ALONE WITH A MADMAN.

    Mrs Elizabeth Gape, of Carlisle street, Lisson Grove, giving evidence in a London Police Court on 17th February against her husband, a laborer, who is ...

    Article : 375 words
  11. VERY INFORMATIVE.

    The chief clerk of the Post Office department at Washington recently sent to all the postmasters in the country a list of questions asking for certain ...

    Article : 143 words
  12. SAUCE TO THE SPEECH.

    A young man who is striving for political honours, and who, therefore, feels called upon, to do considerable public talking, was recently waited ...

    Article : 81 words
  13. THE WILL AND THE DEED.

    "Have you mede out my will just the way I told you?" asked the sick man, who was the some possessor of many needy relatives and some well-to-do but ...

    Article : 93 words
  14. AVALANCHE DISASTER.

    Considerable damage and loss of life was caused yesterday evening (wrote the Brigue correspondent of the London "Daily News" on 1st March) at the ...

    Article : 358 words
  15. CANINE PECULIARITIES.

    Whatever opinions people (writes the "Westminster Gazette") may have about human and animal psychology, there is no doubt that animals, like human ...

    Article : 173 words
  16. SIR DAVID GILL AND THE ASTROLOGER.

    Sir David Gill, the astronomer, in an interview in "Great Thoughts," was asked as to whether there was any scientific basis for astrology. He ...

    Article : 161 words
  17. MORE TO THE POINT.

    Gounod, who had a keen sense of fun, was once overwhelmed by the enthusiasm of a young music-mad English girl who had been presented to him. ...

    Article : 125 words
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