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  2. A MODERN RUY BLAS.

    Mr.Bobby Dyer shook his fist savagely, and, addressing an invisible spectator, said:—"I'll be hanged if I don't pay you out for this. You just wait." ...

    Article : 2,876 words
  3. THE NEW CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION.

    the first prize design for the new central railway station is given above. It is the work of Messrs. James Faweett and H.P. Ashworth, of the Railway department, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,211 words
  4. THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONER.

    A large gathering of the leading representatives of the commercial world in Melbourne, together with prominent public men and well-known citizens, assembled at ...

    Article : 1,803 words
  5. AFTER A BATTLE.

    "Even the blooming butterflies are the colour of khaki," as Tommy Atkins remarked when he saw his first swarm of locusts. ...

    Article : 2,003 words
  6. IN THE PAPERS.

    Dr. Johnson and Sir Joshua.—the Peel pictures to be sold shortly include (says the "Chronicle") the portraints of Curran and of Dr. Johnson. The several portraits of ...

    Article : 1,844 words
  7. THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR.

    It is a common mistake to imagine that Gibraltar is nothing but a great barren rock; as a matter of fact, this is by no means the case. In the height of the ...

    Article : 273 words
  8. THE GERMAN EMPEROR.

    The following is the text of the graceful message sent by the German Emperor to the new London paper, the "Daily Express":- ...

    Article : 148 words
  9. ROYAL LIKES AND DISLIKES.

    In an album which the Duchess of Fife has kept for many years are entered the personal opinions, personal tastes, and impressions of nearly every member of the ...

    Article : 681 words
  10. WHAT OUR QUEEN COSTS US.

    Like most other big institutions, says a London weekly, the British Court consumes not a little of the taxpayer's money in the course of the year. ...

    Article : 871 words
  11. WOOD AND STEEL.

    Old names that live in story, New names on many lips, The old and new one glory— The fame of British ships; ...

    Article : 282 words
  12. GENERAL GATACRE.

    "M.A.P." writes:—"No keener officer ever inspected troops than General Gatacre, who seems to take in the minutest detail at a glance. When inspecting a ...

    Article : 276 words
  13. "PARIS, FAIR PARIS."

    In no capital in the wide, wide world can such a light be seen as at the Halles Centrales. the electric lights illumine the whole place, and on all sides is heard the ...

    Article : 191 words
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