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  2. A PATRON OF THE ARTS.

    She heard him stamping the snow off in the ante-room, and dried her eyes hastily, trusting to the friendly lamplight to hide tho evidences of her tears. ...

    Article : 2,789 words
  3. THE BEAUTY SHOP.

    In olden days charms were supposed to lurk in baths of asses' milk, in plasters of rose leaves, in applications of dew before the sun rose, in the skin of a goldfinch ...

    Article : 1,515 words
  4. IN THE PAPERS.

    Strangers seeing Balmoral Castle for the first time have frequently expressed their astonishment at the extreme simplicity of the furnishings. It should be remembered, ...

    Article : 1,810 words
  5. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION.

    The annual conference of the Women's Christian Temperace Union s continued yesterday in the Independent Church, Collins-street. In the absence of the president ...

    Article : 538 words
  6. "YOUR HEALTH."

    I was about to begin saying that there are few ailments concerning which people have so much misconception as influenza, when I quickly reflected that after all, no ...

    Article : 1,480 words
  7. THE RACING CARNIVAL.

    Mr. H. Byron Moore, the secretary of the Victoria Racing Club, belongs to the school of the economists who believe that excessive thrift on the part of the ...

    Article : 1,465 words
  8. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

    9,200 yarded. For shorn sheep the demand was steady throughout, good and prime weathers rulling a shade firmer, while woolly sheep continue in weak request, and for such prices realised show a ...

    Article : 2,745 words
  9. ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.

    The annual meeting of the United Melbourne District of the Ancient Order of Foresters was commenced in the Foresters'-hall, Latrobe-street, on Friday night, and concluded on Saturday night. ...

    Article : 1,250 words
  10. AN EXECUTION IN CHINA.

    A number of prisoners who had conspired to break out of gao1 were condemned to be executed. Orginally the date had been fixed for the 9th but, owing ...

    Article : 838 words
  11. IN CHINA.

    Quite a trade is made by people in China who exercise demons. Things may not be going right in a household, owing to the bad temper of a ...

    Article : 243 words
  12. THE WEDDING GUEST.

    The conservatory was all but deserted. The solitary occupant, clad in the regulation costume of a wedding guest-patent leather boots, button-hole, and light gloves, ...

    Article : 345 words
  13. A LADIES' FIGHT AT THE PARIS EXIHIBITION.

    An account of the extraordinary disturbance that occurred in the section of the Paris, Exhibition devoted to the display of ladies' toilettes, is told in the "Woman." ...

    Article : 202 words
  14. WHAT IT COSTS TO TRAIN A DOCTOR.

    The cost to qualify for a doctor is between £700 and £12OO. Most of the London hospital schools arrange that by paying a composition fee of from a little over ...

    Article : 174 words
  15. THE COMMISSARIAT IN CHINA.

    A propose of the commissariat in China, the "Fall Mall Gazette" relates how tho commanding officer was about to buy beef for the ships. So the officer, whose duty it is ...

    Article : 152 words
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