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  2. THE VELVET GLOVE.

    The count rose again and went to the window without looking at Marcos. They had lived together like brothers, and like brothers, they had falled into the habit of ...

    Article : 2,443 words
  3. NEW BOOKS.

    "Belinda Fitzwarren" proves that caris can write, for the tale is by the Earl of Iddesleigh, and the noble gives the reader as good a murder mystery story as any of ...

    Article : 249 words
  4. BUSHMEN IN BATTLE.

    "Stinkhoutboom." It does not sound at all heroic, but it is not nearly as objectionable is it looks. On a regimental standard it would be a subject for satire rather than ...

    Article : 3,631 words
  5. ABOUT OPERA.

    The nature and commet of an opera season in Australia differ in many essential features from what they are in Europe. The impresario in the former ...

    Article : 1,908 words
  6. HIGH-SPEED TRAVELLING.

    Now that the bill authorising the construction of a highspeed monorailway between Liverpool and Manchester has been passed through a committee of the Lords ...

    Article : 1,131 words
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  8. AMERICAN JOCKEYS.

    To understand the making of an American jockey one must revert to the stable-boy, says "Ainslee's Magazine." He is the jockey germ. His development ...

    Article : 510 words
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    Advertising : 306 words
  10. POISON BY POST.

    I often receive, as well all do, samples of patent medicines by post (writes Clement Scott in the "Free Lance"). Mostly these samples me not in liquid, but in ...

    Article : 342 words
  11. LATTER-DAY FABLES.

    There was once an Author who Authed to a certain Extent. But he was not a very Successful Author, for he wrote nice High-Toned Stuff which few People would ...

    Article : 260 words
  12. A TALE OF THE INDIAN MUTINY.

    During Havelock's march to the relief of Lucknow some mutineers, stained with special crimes, fell into his hands, and Maude, in his "Memories of the Mutiny," ...

    Article : 430 words
  13. WALKING STILL THE BEST EXERCISE.

    The best exercise in the world is walking. A person who knows how to walk intelligently can get along without a ...

    Article : 246 words
  14. DENTISTS DISCOVERY.

    A Parisian dentist has discovered a method of extracting teeth without pain, and with the accompaniment of sweet music. The patient is put under the influence of ...

    Article : 106 words
  15. DREAMS OF THE BLIND.

    From the fifth to the seventh year is the critical period in the education of the visual centre in the brain. Persons who have lost their sight before this period soon lose ...

    Article : 86 words
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