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  2. THE LOITERER.

    Captain Stephen Traherne was leaning over a balcony rail, staring obstractedly into the night. A shaft of light from the half open casement behind showed him to be ...

    Article : 3,184 words
  3. THE FORTUNES OF WAR.

    "Although I was attached to the 62nd (Imperial) Battery of Field Artillery," said Major G.J. Johnston, who returned to Victoria by the Aberdeen invalided ...

    Article : 2,122 words
  4. "YOUR HEALTH."

    The evils I have sketched out in connection with the condition known as fatty degeneration are not by any means confined to those who are inordinately stout, but ...

    Article : 1,570 words
  5. "IN A TIGHT PLACE."

    When leaving Johannesburg to advance on Pretoria the English troops knew well that the Boers would not defend Pretoria itself; the wily burghers did not want their ...

    Article : 1,465 words
  6. A DEFAULTING SOLICITOR.

    In the Supreme Court yesterday Mr. Justice Hood delivered a reserved judgement respecting the professional misconduct of George Greswokle Day, a solicitor, carrying ...

    Article : 855 words
  7. IN THE PAPERS.

    Chinese literature (says "Lioyd's Weekly") is not destitute of faney. For instance, there is an old Chinese romance of which Voltaire made use, and which has ...

    Article : 2,039 words
  8. AUSTRALIAN ARTISTES IN LONDON.

    Last week (says "M.A.P.," July 17) was the Australian benefit week for the Patriotic Funds, and "Advance Australia" was the theatrical watchword. On ...

    Article : 1,427 words
  9. WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE.

    Sir,— In a recent issue of one of your contemporaries, the opinion of Gamaliel Bradford, U.S.A., was published at great length in condemnation of minority ...

    Article : 1,062 words
  10. PECULIAR PETS.

    Mr. J. Arnold Wallinger, of the Bombay district police. Ahamedabad, India, has told in a recent number of the "Strand Magazine" some interesting stories about his pet ...

    Article : 662 words
  11. MELBOURNE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE.

    The committee of the Melbourne Hospital met yesterday, Mr. J. Grice in the chair. Mr.Gillott, M.L.A., said that he had waited upon the Premier to ascertain ...

    Article : 324 words
  12. WOMAN'S WORLD.

    The veils we wear play an important part in making or marring our complexions. It doesn't pay to be too economical with a veil. It ought to be disearded long ...

    Article : 573 words
  13. A RUSKIN STORY.

    Canon Scott-Holland (says the "Morning herald") gives an exceedingly interesting account of the first occasion on which Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Ruskin met. It was at ...

    Article : 439 words
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  15. BRITAIN'S AWAKENING.

    Great Britain has been seized with an electrical fever. During the years while Germany war experimenting, France was installing, and the United States was ...

    Article : 180 words
  16. COBURG REVISION COURT.

    A court was held at Coburg yesterday for the purpose of revising the supplementary tolls of the Coburg division of East Bourke Boroughs. Mr. H. Landells, the registrar, stated that there were ...

    Article : 27 words
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