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  2. Advertising

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  3. WOMAN'S REALM.

    Among the many stories which have lately been revivede concerning Queen Alexander are several connected with her girlhood and home-hie, and they serve as ...

    Article : 1,830 words
  4. A SOLDIER'S LIFE AND DEATH.

    "Bob" Lindsay, a cadet of a noble Scottish house which furnished many a stout soldier from the days of the Crusaders, and, for all we know, before them, down ...

    Article : 833 words
  5. IN THE PAPERS.

    In an aiticle on "the German Emperor and His HOBBICS," in the June "Peason's Magazine, " Mr.R.S. Baker contends that in many respects the popular conception ...

    Article : 1,897 words
  6. DRAWINGROOMS AND CALLERS.

    Drawingrooms were invented for callers. The housewife declares in homely phrase, "one must, have a place fit to ask people into." So the "place" is necesssary in ...

    Article : 1,831 words
  7. CONCERNING FLATS.

    London lives in flats. In all the hundreds of miles of strets there are no villas such as one sees about Hawksburn and Malvern, no cottages suth as in Richmond, ...

    Article : 892 words
  8. AMONG THE FEDERAL MEMBERS.

    It is now nearly ninety years since Mr. Speneer Pereival, Chancellor of the Exchequer. was assassinated in the preeinets of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster. ...

    Article : 1,640 words
  9. THE PASSING SHOW.

    "Never since 1800 has influenza, with its attended train of distressing symptoms, been so prevalent in Melbourne as at the present time." statement by a leading ...

    Article : 1,492 words
  10. THE LONDON GAMBLING CRAZE.

    Nowhere is the gambling craze which has possessed women to such an extent of late more marked than in society. Everyone is bent on beggaring his or her ...

    Article : 436 words
  11. NEW BOOKS.

    Literature in the form of love-letters has-been one of the features of year's fietion. the volume, "Rosa Amorosa," which George Egerton has "edited," has ...

    Article : 586 words
  12. "MANNERS FOR GIRLS."

    The mothers of to-day are bringing ur their daughters upon a very different principle from the one employed in their own cast; hence, as Mrs, Mumphry pithily ...

    Article : 387 words
  13. A FAMOUS PRISON-BREAKER.

    In the July number of the "Pall Mall Magazine" appears a sketch of the career of the famous Fenine head-centre, James Stephens by one who knew him. ...

    Article : 509 words
  14. GRAMOPHONES IN TURKEY.

    The gramophone is a great source of pleasure to Tarkish ladies. For some years it was strietly forbidden; now nearly every house is provided with one, and the ladies ...

    Article : 374 words
  15. YOUNG MEN.

    Nowadays young men seem to be divided into two classes— those who will not work, and phose who overwork. and it is not easy to decide which class is the more ...

    Article : 142 words
  16. THE " VEILED" PROPHET.

    The agitation against "Christian Science" continues in the United states. ln the meantime the papers are publishing the results of the official investigation ...

    Article : 95 words
  17. HOW TO PAINT.

    An amusing incident is recorded as having happened recently at the Royal Academy. A lady was engaged in a conversation with an artist friend, when she ...

    Article : 104 words
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