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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 183 words
  3. THE SUPREMACY OF THE RIGHT HAND.

    Why are we naturally, right-handed? How is it that we do not display the ambidexterity common to primitive man of five hundred centuries ago? ...

    Article : 935 words
  4. CHORLEY’S ADVENTURES

    Chorley had run down to Botching ton about some business, and was surprised to find that that thriving town was in the throes of its annual ...

    Article : 1,861 words
  5. BEVERLEY F.C.

    Beverley had a win last Saturday— a walkover. Collegians were engaged in the boat race, which they won. ...

    Article : 104 words
  6. Richmond Court.

    Only one case, In whish a youth was fined 20/- for /using bad language in Swan-street on Saturday evening, was on the list. ...

    Article : 819 words
  7. Football.

    Although the weather was not by any means what could be termed auspicious last Saturday, the Richmond ground was thronged to its utmost ...

    Article : 1,092 words
  8. Sundry Squibs.

    A bitter pill. Last Saturday’s match. But the best team won undoubtedly. A good game until half-time; after ...

    Article : 1,071 words
  9. AMUSING INCIDENTS.

    “You’ll have to send for another doctor,” said the one who had been called, after a glance at the patient. “Am I as ill as that?” gasped the ...

    Article : 82 words
  10. The Solution.

    She did not love him—she, the proud daughter of a merchant prince. Yet her heart was tender, and she knew that to be happy was to love. ...

    Article : 82 words
  11. Tragedy and Comedy.

    This story of a duel with pistols has its witty side. Prince Pierre Bona parts and a French gentleman, Monsieur de la Valette, fought, the latter ...

    Article : 91 words
  12. Oh! What a Fall.

    “Mr. Freshman,” said the editor-in-chief, “do you make a speciality of any particular branch of editorial writing?” ...

    Article : 77 words
  13. He Knew Them.

    Strange shapes, some of them of enormous size, crowded around the sleeper’s bedside, and filled the air with curious, gasping sounds. ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. FARMING AS AN OCCUPATION.

    In the London “Agricultural Gazette” Mr. John Wrightson writes:— It has sometimes been said that farmers remain farmers because they can ...

    Article : 265 words
  15. Press Freedom.

    “Well,” said the editor of the provincial paper, “of course, the freedom of the press is a great privilege for the people; but it has some rather ...

    Article : 263 words
  16. Merely Transposed.

    The churchwarden of a country church was to be married to a nurse from a local hospital. A fortnight previously it was decided by the ...

    Article : 121 words
  17. He Had the Winner.

    Hiram Squashly laid down his newspaper with a loud chuckle. “Ma,” he said to his wife, “them, folks in America is jest crazy.” ...

    Article : 179 words
  18. A DANGEROUS GAS ESCAPE.

    The folly of hunting for a leak in a gas-pipe with a lighted match is not so much because of the danger of an explosion, as of other damage, as ...

    Article : 415 words
  19. Advertising

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    Advertising : 9 words
  20. Hawthorn Court.

    Two youths named John Davies and Wm. Adams were charged with behaving in an offensive manner in Auburn road on the afternoon of April 28. ...

    Article : 125 words
  21. A Lover of Peace.

    “So you ran at the first fire, did you?” said the captain, scornfully. “Yes, sah; an’ I’d ‘a’ run sooner, sah, if I’d knowed it wuz comin’.” ...

    Article : 211 words
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