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  3. THE CHILDREN OF THE POOR.

    And yet not the children of the very poorest, for this is the Collingwood Creche, were the women who go out to work by the day, and have little children, may bring them and leave ...

    Article : 2,710 words
  4. THE WINTER EXHIBITION AT THE NEW GALLERY.

    Since my first article was written I have been told, on authority which I am bound to respect, that the pictures lent by Lord Battersea, Mr. Hewetson, and Mr. Waters ...

    Article : 2,618 words
  5. WITH THE BECHUANALAND BORDER POLICE.

    It is just two days over the month since I last wrote from Shilo giving am account of the rough passage we had. We stopped a day, and left next day in chase of ...

    Article : 4,480 words
  6. RUDYARD RIPLING.

    When I saw Rudyard Kipling he was farthest in appearance from a genius, or a remarkable man of any kind. He was piloting a baby girl through a field, stopping every ...

    Article : 595 words
  7. THE HAIRY AINU AS A MODEL.

    On one occasion, having finished a sketch of a group who had caught a large fish, the sitters seized and destroyed the picture, and hustled the artist, who complained to the ...

    Article : 573 words
  8. VIOLIN-PLAYING BY ELECTRICITY.

    An " electric violin ' is the last novelty in the musical line on the other side of the Atlantic. "I attach it to a piano or organ keyboard," its inventor explained, "and the ...

    Article : 329 words
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