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  2. THE SUGAR GAVE THEM AWAY.

    SHE was young, golden-haired, and spectacled. He was young smooth-shaven, and spectacled. Likewise his clothes were brand new, and his [?]oat of the frock variety. Their follow ...

    Article : 237 words
  3. A GLASS EYE.

    FOUR or five well dressed and apparently well-[?]led men stood in a group on the bows of a Windsor ferry-boat, when a man whose appearance denoted hard times ...

    Article : 747 words
  4. REVENGED.

    A FEW days since two young ladies hailed a tramcar, entered it, and found only standing room. One of them whispered to her companion : -- ...

    Article : 174 words
  5. A TALE OF A TRUMPET.

    SOME years ago a well-known divine was spending his summer holidays with his family in the Mendips. One Sunday he accepted an invitation to preach in one of the ...

    Article : 152 words
  6. A WOMAN WHO THRASHED AN ARMY.

    A TRAVELLER has this to say of an old woman now living on the wind-swept moor of Caithness, who, though not one of the Six Hundred, was the heroine of Balaclava: ...

    Article : 189 words
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  8. MUD.

    THAMES mud is used for other purposes than that of imparting to the waters of the river that beautifully slimy slate colour which has earned for it a reputation all over the whole ...

    Article : 273 words
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