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  2. Naturalist.

    HOW surely the birds know their enemies! See how the wrens and robins and blue-birds pursue and scold the cat, while they take ...

    Article : 559 words
  3. Traveller.

    A VIENNESE gentleman—it would be cruel to give his name—had to travel a short time ago to a town in Styria to attend the funeral of ...

    Article : 734 words
  4. Yarieties,

    THE recent successful attempt to walk from London to Brighton on a globe recalls the feat of William Kemp, the Dan Leno of the last ...

    Article : 178 words

    I WAS lounging on the terrace at ‘Bertolin’s.’ Naples lay map-like below me—a mysterious, fading panorama, swallowed here and there by the gathering ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,545 words
  6. BEER.

    Judging from the evidence given before the Committee on Beer Materials, the War is much more careful about Mr Thomas Atkins’ beer than about his boots ...

    Article : 167 words
  7. Housekeeper.

    WITHOUT economy none can be rich and with it few can be poor.’ The word ‘economy’ is very ...

    Article : 904 words

    I have been reading with interest an article by a French scientist showing the dangerous effects of keeping flowers in the bedroom. He cites two recent instances ...

    Article : 157 words
  9. Humour.

    ‘Ma, what did the moths eat before Adam and Eve wore clothes? ’ Father to Son: ‘Can’t you possibly cut down your college expenses?’ ...

    Article : 522 words
  10. Gossip.

    I KNOW that it is usual to denounce the Sultan as a monster of the deepest dye; he may be, too, for all I know, or care. A single casual view of ...

    Article : 742 words

    Experiments at Aldershot. haverevealed the interesting fact that the invisibility of artillery can be secured down to comparatively close ranges by the device of ...

    Article : 250 words
  12. Personalities,

    CONSIDERING that he is not very far from being a septuagenarian he will enter his seventieth year in 1904—Andrew Carnegie is a ...

    Article : 435 words

    Miss Hellen Gould, daughter of the late Jay Gould, like other millionaires, receives a continual stream of begging letters. In one week not long ago she had ...

    Article : 163 words
  14. Social Moods.

    AS a boy he is careful over his weekly pennies and stores them up in his money box that he is particular about keeping locked. He never ...

    Article : 515 words



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