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  2. Advertising

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  3. WOMAN'S REALM.

    Her Majesty Queen Alexandra is taking the greatest interest in the scheme for the Danish Exhabition, which it is proposed to hold in the corouation year in London. A ...

    Article : 1,760 words
  4. INSOLVENCY APPEAL.

    An elaborate argument as to the functions of a trustee under a deed of arrangement under the Insolvency Act of 1897 was heard yesterday in the Full Court (the ...

    Article : 460 words
  5. GREAT MEN'S WIVES.

    Joshua Barnes, the Hellenist and professor at Cambridge, was unquestionably a great scholar, in spite of Bentley's sneer— "Baines knows Greek like a cobbler of ...

    Article : 594 words
  6. THE WILMANSRUST DISASTMR.

    A mishap which occurred on the 12th inst. to part of the Australiens the Victorians, away to the south of Burg-Spruit and Middelburg. I learned of carly next ...

    Article : 1,734 words
  7. THE PASSING SHOW.

    "Good-bye, Joe. Mind your eyeglass when you are going down the gangway." "Good-bye, Ted, old man. Remember me to George, and tell him that I have not ...

    Article : 1,440 words
  8. THE EMPRESS FREDERICK.

    The London papers contain many ancedotes of the late Empress Frederick. The following are from the "Pall Mall Gazette":— ...

    Article : 777 words
  9. MOVING.

    All the numerous reasons for which one moves from one house into another seem quite inadequate when the business of moving begins. It may be drains or trains, ...

    Article : 1,783 words
  10. AMONG THE FEDERAL MUMBERS.

    "Ithuriel With his spear touched lightly." The worm has turned. The Government is actually fighting about something. Mr. Watson is almost tongue-tied with ...

    Article : 1,519 words
  11. WILLS AND BEQUESTS,

    The Wills of the following deceased persons have been lodged for probate:- William Free, St. Colomb's street. Hawthorn, died August 24, and left a will dated ...

    Article : 274 words
  12. THE HIGHEST BALLOON JOURNEY.

    The balloon trip of Drs. Berson and buering, constitutes, it now appears, a record in acronauties. After ascending from the Meteorological ...

    Article : 286 words
  13. UGANDA,

    The report by Sir Flenry Johnston on Uganda is a document equally able and unconventional. It is convenient to remind ourselves that Uganda is the region in ...

    Article : 392 words
  14. WATCHING ROYALTY.

    Royalty may pieK and choose society to a ceitain extent, but the private police, like the poor, rulers have always with them Some Sovereigns object strenuously ...

    Article : 1,003 words
  15. CHARITY ORGANISATION SOCIETY

    Sir,—The multiplicity of appeals to the philanthropic which from time to time appear in your columns on behalf of the various charities cannot but have a ...

    Article : 750 words
  16. THE BUSINESS DOCTOR.

    A business of a decidedly novel character has just been started in New York. It may be more casily defined as a business doctor. This physician, who practises ...

    Article : 281 words
  17. THE POSITION IN CHINA.

    Nothing is more extraordinary, but nothing is more true, than that, except during the few days when a massacre of Ministers was expccted, the English peoples ...

    Article : 194 words
  18. THE WOUNDED SAILOR.

    The British Medical Association is sitting at Cheltenham, and some very intetesting facts have been brought forward as to the position of the wounded in naval ...

    Article : 255 words
  19. THE MALTESE MILKMAN,

    The Duchess of Cornwall and York, dur ing her brief stay at Malta, was highly amused and interested in the native Maltese milkmen. Cow-milk is almost ...

    Article : 226 words
  20. CRIME IN NEW YORK.

    While the extraordinary prosperity and increase of wealth in the New World is causing so much envious comment, there is another side to the picture—the great ...

    Article : 307 words
  21. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    The following candidates have passed:—J. G. Avery, Freda Bage, W. G. Brown, R. S. Callander, S. H. Cooke, A. G. Dane, H. R. Duncan, Mary Edelsten, N. J. Gerrard, Margaret Harper, ...

    Article : 248 words
  22. A REMARKABLE FIND OF IVORY.

    According to the New York correspondent of the "Nottingham Guardian," corresponsecker, while working in a gulch, near Cape Nome, came across a prchistoric deposit of ...

    Article : 109 words
  23. AN ERROR.

    Once the War Office had drawings made of the plan of two barracks, one for Hong Kong and the other for Tipperary, respectively suitable to the different climates of ...

    Article : 94 words
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