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  2. MADAME AGNES JANSON.

    With the sweetest and most sympa[?]hetic manner, and a readiness to talk about her art, her travels, and her impressions, Mdme, Agnes Janson is ...

    Article : 1,357 words
  3. MRS. PEARSON'S BRACELET.

    "I suppose they will be quite safe, Kate," said Mrs. Pearson, as she placed the four precious cases on the table. "Perfectly, Ada," and pretty little Mrs. ...

    Article : 2,614 words
  4. "YOUR HEALTH."

    There is a wise old saying (which, like many another old saw, is attributed to no end of defunct sages), "Wine in youth, water in middle age, and spirits in old age." ...

    Article : 1,414 words
  5. IN THE PAPERS.

    In his book, "Why Kruger Made War," published by Mr. Heinemann, Mr. J. A. Buttery, who was for two years on the staff of the "Standard and Diggers' News," deals ...

    Article : 1,786 words
  6. "WHY ARE YOU SO DEMURE"

    "The Serpent said to feminised man. 'Why are you so demure?'" This was after the first catastrophe that feminism brought about. I dare say (writes a ...

    Article : 386 words
  7. THE CREATOR OF "THRUMS."

    Mr. J. M. Barrie, the author of "A Window in Thrums" and "The Little Minister," and so many delightful stories of Scotland, has gathered together so large ...

    Article : 454 words
  8. VERY DELIRIOUS.

    One of the nurses, now engaged in looking after the large number of sick and wounded soldiers lying in hospital because of the present war was trying, not long ...

    Article : 219 words
  9. THE ABORIGINAL MURDERERS.

    The fruitless pursuit of the half-caste murderers, Jimmy and Joe Governor, by the New South Wales police and civilians, assisted by Queensland black-trackers, has been noted day by day since the Breelong crime, and the map above will show the extent of country covered by the fugitives. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 214 words
  10. ACROSS NIAGARA.

    Everyone has heard of Blondin's tight-rope crossing of Niagara 40 years ago. There lives in Chicago to-day the man who crossed Niagara on Blondin's back, ...

    Article : 622 words
  11. THE PERILS OF CYCLING.

    There has been an unusual epidemic of reports of accidents to lady cyclists, writes a lady contributor to the "Weekly Telegraph." Personally I do not believe cycling ...

    Article : 328 words
  12. MINES THAT BURN FOR YEARS.

    A number of good-sized mines are now on fire in the United States, and have been for years. The Vulean mine, on the Green River, opposite Newcastle, in Colorado, ...

    Article : 223 words
  13. ATTEMPTS AT ENGLISH.

    The observant traveller in foreign countries may find some amusement (says a writer in the "Traveller") in the earnest attempts at the English language which he ...

    Article : 153 words
  14. THE LONDON DONKEY.

    Thirty-five years ago the late Lord S[?]aftesbury and Mr. W. J. Orsman established an annual exhibition of costermovgers donkeys and ponies, with the object ...

    Article : 171 words
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