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  2. “COME ON TO THE PEACE CONGRESS, BOYS!”

    Mr. Roos[?]velt suggests a Peace Conference at the Hague. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 16 words
  3. AN ENIGMA.

    Every year be came to see her in iris time. She- always dated his yearly visit by the flowering of her cherished plants. She said of all the year’s flowers she loved ...

    Article : 1,798 words
  4. CHAMPION VEGETARIAN.

    Mr. George A. Allen, who recently broke the world’s record for the Land’s End to John o Groats’ walk, accomplishing the feat in 17 days. on Friday delivered a ...

    Article : 971 words
  5. SUNDAY AS A DAY OF PLEASURE.

    Miss Mane Corelli has followed the Rev. R. J. Campbell with an article on the Sunday observance question, and her remarks will be read with interest in Adelaide at ...

    Article : 450 words
  6. THE MARSHALL ISLANDS AFFAIR.

    The difficulty regarding the trading facilities in the Marshall Islands brings to mind how easily the British flag could have been planted over all the islands in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 392 words
  7. THE CRIME OF OLD AGE.

    Old-time Slave—“Turned out at 65! Why, I could stay on de of’ place till I was 1105 an’ be kep’ comfortable!” ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 25 words
  8. THE FUTURE OF CHEMISTRY.

    Sir William Ramsay, the eminent English scientist, has given to the world some momentous views regarding the commercial future of chemistry. He declares that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 422 words
  9. A WOMAN’S OPINION OF MEN.

    Charlotte O’Conor Eccles writes in The Weekly Scotsman an article on “Humorists and Women.” She wonders why men spend so much time in writing spiteful ...

    Article : 339 words
  10. NOT A FISH STORY.

    A North Dakota story tells of a crow that eloped with the wife of another crow, and, having been captured, was brought back, tried, sentenced to death, and ...

    Article : 958 words
  11. THE FIRST MEDICAL MISSION.

    One of the most interesting modern buildings in Jerusalem is the hospital connected with the Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews. The medical work which ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 359 words
  12. SOME REMARKABLE EATS OF RAPID WORK

    In Austria a few years ago a complete hospital was built and was made ready to receive patients within an hour, a feat which seems almost impossible even when ...

    Article : 545 words
  13. FIVE-STOREYED TRAFFIC-HOW THEY DO IT IN NEW YORK.

    One of the most Striking features of tie mammoth transit underground schemes which are now being carried out in New York is illustrated by the accompanying ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 350 words
  14. A RELIC OF BODYSNATCHING DAYS.

    Monuments of extraordinary design are frequency found in churchyards; but it is doubtful if many are known to exist which take the form of a sentry box, such as the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 213 words
  15. AN UNSOLVED SEA MYSTERY.

    On a certain morning in the sixties (writes Mr. d. L. Hornibrook in Chambers’s Journal for October) the Spanish authorities near the Straits of Gibraltar noticed ...

    Article : 371 words
  16. WHY MOTOR OMNIBUSES FAIL.

    The one thing which is hindering the development of motor bus services, says The Author, is unquestionably the lack of experience on the part of so many of the ...

    Article : 213 words
  17. “IRISH TIMES” ON THE STAGE IRISHMAN.

    The stage, Irishman has often been a source of annoyance says The Irish Times. He has been unreal without being humorous. But why the Ancient Older of ...

    Article : 358 words
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  19. A MOTOR-CAR STORY.

    Motor yarns will soon be as famous as those of a piscatorial variety. Col. Finnicombe P. Dunk associate surveyor of the port of St. Petersburg City. U.S.A., who ...

    Article : 154 words
  20. MANNERS IN THE FAMILY CIRCLE.

    Why is the code of civility so often disregarded between husband and wife? “Familiarity breeds contempt,” some one says, but that hardly covers the question. The ...

    Article : 197 words
  21. DRINK CLARET AND SAVE THE NATION.

    Sound claret, after all, contains but little free acid and, in fact, in this respect it invariably contains the least proportion of acid of all wines. Again, red Bordeaux ...

    Article : 222 words
  22. FROM HEAVEN TO EARTH.

    Among the few words now known of the old Scythian language is their name for the Supreme Being. Herodotus tells that it was “togaios.” In the liturgy of the ...

    Article : 227 words
  23. PASSING OF JAPANESE FASHIONS.

    Yakumo Koizumi was the Japanese name of the late La[?]cadid Hearn. the eminent authority on things Japanese. It is related that one of his pupils calling on him found ...

    Article : 113 words
  24. ALCOHOL AND AIM.

    The Broad Arrow says that, to test the effect of alcohol upon marksmanship, a whole Swiss battalion has been practised:— 1. After total abstincu[?] 2. After drinking ...

    Article : 74 words
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