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  2. THE WOMAN'S DRESS ASSOCIATION.

    It is curious to watch the constantly recurring efforts made by certain women to check the follies and extravagances of fashion. Their action is not always ...

    Article : 2,157 words
  3. A NEW CHUM'S ADVICE TO HIS FRIENDS.

    The following lines were found in a hut at Spring-hill Station, having apparently been left there by some unlucky waif of humanity, who had evidently been nurtured and ...

    Article : 391 words
  4. CAPTAIN KIDD'S MONEY.

    One of our most favourite legendary resorts was the old barn. Sam Lawson preferred it on many accounts. It was quiet and retired, that ...

    Article : 3,903 words
  5. A CONSCIENTIOUS THIEF.

    Those who do not know me may perhaps believe the following story. Those who do know me will not:— Reginald was a pleasant old gentleman ...

    Article : 1,621 words
  6. A WIDOW IN MALE DISGUISE SHOOTING HER LOVER.

    On the line of the Camden and Amboy Railroad, some eight or nine miles from New Brunswick, in Middlesex county, New Jersey, is located a very pretty ...

    Article : 478 words
  7. FRENCH HOUSEKEEPING.

    The first step towards the end in view is so to employ the sum allotted for the kitchen that it shall prod oca its utmost value, not only in quantity and quality, ...

    Article : 1,161 words
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