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  3. WOMAN'S REALM.

    "Thou art a woman, And that is saving the best and worst of thee."-Bailey. General Pole-Carew's engagement to ...

    Article : 1,699 words
  4. THE GUARDING OF PRINCES

    We should say, on the whole, and after allowing a good deal for the modern desire for sensation, that the Kings and some of the more prominent Presidents were just ...

    Article : 1,543 words
  5. LIGHT-HAIRED CHILDREN.

    "Light-haired children," remarked a doctor the other day, "give their parents a good deal more trouble than those who are dark. If you notice, you will find that they ...

    Article : 446 words
  6. FUTURE OF THE "SEA DEVIL."

    At a time when naval authorities in this country, including Admiral the Hon. Sir E. R. Fremantle and other officers of wide experience, are inclined to question the ...

    Article : 1,182 words
  7. EMPLOYMENT FOR WOMEN.

    The one branch of employment for woman in which the demand is greater than the supply is that of domestic service; and the fact that this is the case ...

    Article : 1,376 words
  8. IN THE PAPERS,

    Under the heading of "More About Jane Lady Churchill," "M.A.P." writes:—"The Queen has been more sensibly, if not more deeply, affected by the death of her old ...

    Article : 1,746 words
  9. THE SIX EDWARDS.

    Shakespeare, curiously enough, never selected an Edward as the titular and dominant figure of drama. Perhaps the "Lancastrian prejudices," which Scott ...

    Article : 1,616 words
  10. THE PASSING SHOW.

    So many exciting things are happening nowadays that an additional one, more or less,does not make much difference. Still, whe[?] Melbourne woke up the other ...

    Article : 1,425 words
  11. A PARISIAN TRAGEDY.

    Were the cirounistanees not painful, a certain piquancy might be discovered in the double death of M. and Mdme. Tarbe, of Paris. This lady and gentleman, who were ...

    Article : 262 words
  12. ONE OF SIR HENRY HAVELOCK-ALLAN'S FREAKS.

    My wife and I were in Hyde-park one day, when Sir Henry Haveloclt-Allan came over and asked how she liked his horse. She said very much, and I gave my opinion that ...

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  13. THE KING'S INCOME BEFORE HIS ACCESSION.

    There were a good many speculations some while ago aa to the amount of the Prince of Wales' income. According to the "Daily Mail," the exact figures were ...

    Article : 562 words
  14. A CHINESE STORY.

    Poor Chung Ching yu had been condemned to death, But was allowed to spend his latest breath In conversation with his loving wife. ...

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  15. LITERARY SUCCESS.

    According to the "Literary World," the road to success in literature reminds Mr. George B. Burgin of a curavan track in the desert; each side of it is strewn with the ...

    Article : 182 words
  16. THE DECORATION FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    The ribbon which wns been selected for the general service medcal which is to be issued to the troops and naval contingents that have tacken part in the South African ...

    Article : 361 words
  17. THE BOWLING QUESTION.

    Mr.Sidney Pardon, in an editorial note to the new number of "Wisden's Cricketer's Almanack," expresses his approval of the step taken by the county captains with ...

    Article : 301 words
  18. INSURANCE ON QUEEN VICTORIA'S LIFE.

    Her Majesty the Queen has been a small gold mine to the insurance companies owing to her long life. Not only did the Queen lnsure her own life, but hundreds ...

    Article : 246 words
  19. AN ARMY ON PONIES.

    Sir Richard Green-Price, writing in the "Live Stock Journal Almanac," states that he has received many personal assurances from officers in the army, and men fresh ...

    Article : 198 words
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