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  2. AUSTRALIAN GIRLS.

    A correspondent of the "Gentlewoman" (August 6) interviewed Lady Hampden at Government-house, Sydney, and the following interesting conversation is reported:— ...

    Article : 347 words
  3. THE FLIGHT OF THE BLACK SWAN.

    Troubles and perils seemed to end with the escape from the Spider, and Daymond congratulated himself most heartily that the episode had passed off without injury ...

    Article : 3,994 words
  4. CHINA IN TRANSFORMATION.

    Mr. Archibald R. Colquhoun is a traveller in China, an official administraor, "The Times" correspondent, a man who has seen many people and many lands. His new ...

    Article : 799 words
  5. AMONG THE MEMBERS.

    The Women's Suffrage Bill fell short by 10 of the 25 votes necessary to secure its adoption. Four members—Messrs. Reid, Osmond, Sachse, adn Brunton—are in ...

    Article : 1,777 words
  6. WOMAN'S REALM.

    "Thou art a woman, And that is saying the best and worst of thee." —Bailey. Society in Vienna consists of about three ...

    Article : 1,644 words
  7. THE PASSING SHOW.

    In these days, when the decision of the majority is in every case final, we breathe again when we find that the members of the Austral Salon have decided on the ...

    Article : 1,511 words
  8. RUDYARD KIPLING'S HEROINES.

    If Mr. Rudyard Kipling ever in these days reads his old friend, the "Pioneer," he will be amused by the letter of one "Dorothy," who inveighs against "those ...

    Article : 364 words
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    Advertising : 1,065 words
  10. BOOT-CLEANING IN AMERICA.

    Some time ago a well-known English Government official went to New York on business, and during his stay there enjoyed the hospitality of one of the heads of a ...

    Article : 267 words
  11. HOLY RUSSIA.

    Mr. Acnold White writing in the "National Review" on "The Russian Rogey," refers to the prevalence of drunkenness in the dominion of the Czar. He says:—"The ...

    Article : 478 words
  12. PERSONAL.

    The health of the Queen of Denmark has been a cause of anxiety to her family for some time past, as she is 80 years of age and very frail, and the recent sudden summons ...

    Article : 797 words
  13. LORD GLENELG'S REMINISCENCES.

    The "Spectator" publishes a series of ancedotes. related by the late lord Glenelg, in which the following occur:— "During the Crimean War Lord Raglan ...

    Article : 509 words
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