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  2. RICH LADY'S LIE

    For his sermon on Sunday, March 3, at Farm-street, London, Father Vaughan took, the subject, "What is Truth?" First, however, ho hastened to defend conventional ...

    Article : 401 words
  3. LADIES' QUESTION BOX

    "Reader" (Molong): Moisten some sawdust with white benzoline. Rub this well into the fur, and continue using fresh sawdust as it gets soiled, till all the dirt is removed. Then ...

    Article : 1,157 words
  4. WOMAN'S WORLD

    It is regrettable to learn that the pretty romance which has been going the rounds of the newspapers concerning the approaching marriage of Madame Calve to a blind suitor ...

    Article : 589 words
  5. CHIT=CHAT

    "What a time you girls take getting ready for a conceit!" said an old gentleman to his daughters. "Look at me; a bit of wadding in each ear, and I'm all ready." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,349 words
  6. A SONG AT TWILIGHT

    Lay your hand, sweet wife, in mine! Half divine Was the love of long ago. Dawn's bright hues no longer glow, ...

    Article : 130 words
  7. THE PLAIN-FACED GIRL

    A very lovely girl rarely makes a good wife; generally her face has been her fortune. She has studied her beauty, guarded it, served it, set a high price upon it, and ended ...

    Article : 229 words
  8. THE DIET FOR BEAUTY

    Chocks, lips, nose, eyas, ears, and hair are built and renewed, day by day, of the food we eat. Consequently, when breakfasting, lunching and dining, a woman should never ...

    Article : 398 words
  9. ONLY OLD-FASHIONED GIRLS

    It may surprise some people to learn that the King, in spite of the silly stories to the Contrary, has no liking for the pert, forward manner affected by some modern girls. ...

    Article : 218 words
  10. SCRAMBLE FOR JEWELLERY

    There was a wild scramble for gold brooches, rings, bracelets, and other articles of jewellery in Ludgate Hill, London, the other evening, and a strange scene ...

    Article : 317 words
  11. HAPPY MARRIED LIFE

    A man of forty or forty-five is a very different being from what he was at twenty-five. He has a much wider outlook upon life; ...

    Article : 198 words
  12. TO BE HAPPY WHEN MARRIED

    Beware of the first little disagreement; shun the first inclination to complain of your husband to your friends; avoid the actions which you would keep secret from ...

    Article : 161 words
  13. A HARRIET MELLON STORY

    The Duchess of St. Albans, from whom the late Baroness Burdett-Coutts inherited her vast wealth, used to tell a good story of an amusing but rather embarrassing occurrence ...

    Article : 355 words
  14. THE FUTURE OF MERE MAN

    In the February number of "Pearson's Magazine" some readers have written to the editor telling him their Ideas on the question "What Will be the Future of Man?" ...

    Article : 245 words
  15. TO WASH DELICATE FLANNELS

    Fine white flannels require special care in washing, and this should always be done at home. A jelly of pure white soap boiled down or some favourite soap preparation ...

    Article : 174 words
  16. LOVE PEEPED IN.

    It was in a little cottage on Sydney Harbour that Jack and I set up house, and oh, did not love peep in at every window as the sun shone through and ...

    Article : 225 words
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    MRS. FLOOD. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 129 words
  18. QUEEN AND TELEPHONE

    The new method of communication was getting into order for the first time, and, the late Queen Victoria having expressed a desire to test its capabilities, arrangements were ...

    Article : 226 words
  19. TO YOUNG WIVES

    "One of the most frequent mistakes made by young wives," said a matron known for her sensible advice on topics of the household, "is that of filling the house with ...

    Article : 213 words
  20. Advertising

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    Advertising : 52 words
  21. THE ENGLISH ACCENT

    In Paris (writes Violette Londer in the "Westminster Gazette") I met an American lady going through the normal process of buying clothes previously to recrossing the ...

    Article : 255 words
  22. THE PROBLEM OF WOMAN'S WORK

    Writing on the problem of woman's work. Miss Dora D'Espaigne Chapman gives some good advice to the delicate woman. "No weakly woman," she says, "should dream of ...

    Article : 210 words
  23. THE "BAND" SHE MEANT

    A gentlemanly merchant travelling in a railway carriage met a lady and politely rendered her such assistance that she reciprocated by permitting him to talk to her. He ...

    Article : 202 words
  24. VEGETABLE COOKERY

    A scientist found on chemical analysis that the water used to boll a pound of peeled potatoes contained afterwards 17 grains of carbonate of potash, and the water in which ...

    Article : 159 words
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