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  2. CLIPPINGS.

    A shocking affair is reported in the London papers, John Bullock, a retired London publican, aged 62, murdered his wife at Brighton, on 2nd October, by shooting her in the ...

    Article : 215 words
  3. "WASTING"

    What, it may be asked, are the particular disadvantages against which a jockey has to contend? One of them—the greatest—is undoubtedly "wasting," and the others may be ...

    Article : 1,252 words
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  5. LEARN TO SWIM.

    To know how to swim is a very important accomplishment for a men, woman or child, not alone because of the fact that swimming is one of the best, if not the best, of all recreative ...

    Article : 1,370 words
  6. LADIES' COLUMN.

    Year after year we been noticing alterations in social observances possibly [?] in themselves, but taken collectively are influencing considerably the routine of ...

    Article : 761 words
  7. SELLING A CHILD.

    It would appear from a cane that has just been heard before a French tribunal that the sale of a child is no very serious offence. The parents of a little girl resided in the Faubourg ...

    Article : 251 words
  8. A CURIOUS TRIBE—DARWIN'S THEORY.

    Mr F[?] whoso names has been identified for years past in the [?] of novelties, has imported to England some [?] of the inhabitants of the island of Perra del ...

    Article : 299 words
  9. TIOLET NOTES.

    With the advent of hummer (says a New York paper) there goes up a [?] from hundreds of woman. It is not on the suffrage questions. It is [?] ...

    Article : 613 words
  10. PIGEONS ON THE WAR-PATH.

    Among the goods and chattels which are daily arriving at the German E[?]r's limiting box, Springe, near Hanover, have been (says Pall Mall Gazette) seventy-two couples of ...

    Article : 951 words
  11. THE PRACTICE OF THRIFT AND THE NEW YEAR.

    SIR.—No one can deny that thrift has a practical bearing on the happiness of the [?], and is a matter that should specially attract the attention of the public. Having ...

    Article : 574 words
  12. LORD QUEENSBERRY ON MEN AND MUSCLE.

    "There is nothing especially wonderful, and the Marquis of Queensberry, in answer to a question put to him on the rival strong men at Westminister "in a man being able to bend ...

    Article : 492 words
  13. GIRLS, GET A YELLOW GARTER.

    The very latest and funniest whim is the wearing of the yellow garter, says the "New York Sun." Just one garter, not two, you understand, and it must he worn just above the ...

    Article : 400 words
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