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  2. DOOMED ! A REVERIE.

    “We can do no more for you. Your case is beyond the reach of medicine, and yet you may live a long time. But the Hospital rule is that we can only keep those who may ...

    Article : 1,864 words
  3. Ladies’ Column.

    Our New York Correspondent writes as follows on May 29:— For some weeks the gossips have been happy. Not long ago it was whispered ...

    Article : 597 words
  4. RAINBOW GOLD.

    “There’s nobody on the other side of that hedge, is there?” asked Aaron in a mysterious whisper, stealing near to Mr. Bowling. “No, there ain’t,” said Mr. Bowling ...

    Article : 4,941 words
  5. Children’s Column.

    “ I’m afraid she’ll think it very odd if she isn’t invited, Pauline. She lives very near Flora, for I heard her say so, and she must know there is something of the kind on foot.” ...

    Article : 1,750 words
  6. The Riddler.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 680 words
  7. SOME ADVICE TO THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    While I was in London last summer I saw at the rooms of the Eastman Company, in Soho square, an exceedingly fine camera, which had been made in America for the ...

    Article : 957 words
  8. ANSWERS TO PROBLEMS PUBLISHED

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 354 words
  9. LADY RANDOLPH CHURCHILL AND HER DRESSES.

    The following information is taken from a society journal in New York:—“It is said that Lord Churchill would never have become noted in the political world if it had not been ...

    Article : 654 words
  10. NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE.

    The new problems, &c., sent by the following contributors are acknowledged with thanks:— Warrow, Tottie, J. C. Hutchinson and Co., Tennis Racquet, Six Cats, Alma. ...

    Article : 133 words
  11. CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL.

    Here rose the minster where Augustine taught; Beneath our feet there slumbers one whose life, Twixt hostile King and Dane, was one long strife— ...

    Article : 134 words
  12. CONGLOMERATIONS.

    Our readers were invited to supply for publication “Conglomerations,” in accordance with the following conditions:—1. The poems may be on any subject and in any measure. 2. The selected words ...

    Article : 363 words
  13. THE TOUCH OF NATURE.

    Cruel and wild the little; Great horses plunged and reared. And through dust-cloud and smoke-cloud, Blood-red with sunset’s angry flush, ...

    Article : 376 words
  14. A BALLAD OF THE SEASON.

    What skating! Fred’s beautiful cousins declare That there’s nothing like skating. Such glorious sky. Such glitter of frost on the grass; and the air ...

    Article : 245 words
  15. RUSSIAN LADY DOCTORS.

    However slowly civilization may travel in the land of the Czar, there is at any rate one thing in which Russia is further advanced than most European countries, and this is ...

    Article : 483 words
  16. CHRYSANTHEMUMS.

    Fair scentless blossoms of the lading year, 1 give ye thankful greeting That mid the chills of autumn ye appear, The va[?]ish’d hues repeating ...

    Article : 212 words
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