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  2. THE PASSING SHOW.

    There was a distinct tug at the business end of the line, and the old fisherman in the stern of the boat nearly bit his tongue instead of his quid of tobacco in his ...

    Article : 1,543 words
  3. WOMAN'S REALM.

    And that la sayins the beat and worst of thee." —Balley. Miss Violet Brooke-Hunt has a very able paper in a late number of the "Ladies' ...

    Article : 1,849 words
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    Advertising : 552 words
  5. IN THE PAPERS.

    A movement is proceeding in America to omit the "Dear Sir" and "Yours truly, faithfully, sincerely," &c., from letters. This, says the "Globe" (Toronto), is a sign ...

    Article : 1,772 words
  6. AMONG THE FEDERAL MEMBERS.

    "Ithurie with his spear touched lightly." The defence of the Ministry in eonnection with the Governor-General's allowanees has now been heard, and from the ...

    Article : 1,570 words
  7. SOME GLIMPSES OF RUSSIA.

    It was late autumn when we visited Russia. The trees in Vienna had hardly begun to turn colour, but as we steamed north from Warsaw the forests paled to ...

    Article : 3,031 words
  8. BENDIGO EN FETE.

    For the last six months Bendigo has been plunged into a perfect whirl of excitement. Beginning with its exhibition, which attraeted thousands of visitors, continuing ...

    Article : 1,583 words
  9. A JAPANSES BRIDE-TO-SE.

    There is Something (saya the "Tady's Magazine") exceedingly attractive about Japanese womankind. They are delightful, fascinating little people, and a Japanese ...

    Article : 546 words
  10. AGE OF THE WORLD.

    One of the Ways of reckoning the age of the world is that adopted by Professor Joly, of computing how long n time must have elapsed for the sea, which was at first fresh, ...

    Article : 224 words
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    Advertising : 404 words
  12. HEADS AND MINDS.

    A very old and always popular topic is that which discusses the question whether there is any definite relationship to be discovered and formulated betwixt the size ...

    Article : 433 words
  13. THE AFRICAN PRO-CONSUL.

    lord Milner, the man on whose shoulders the henviest burden of responsibility within the wide contines of Greater Britain has, been placed, was forly-eight in March. ...

    Article : 177 words
  14. THE SUEZ CANAL TRAFFIC.

    A return issued by the Suez Canal Company shows that the net tounage of the steamers that passed through the canal in 1991 increased, compared with 1900, from ...

    Article : 167 words
  15. AN ESCAPE.

    Theckeray once asked one of the mon who lets out ekates on the Ser[emtome whether he had ever lost a pair through the omission to exact a deposit and he replied ...

    Article : 233 words
  16. COST OF MR. RHODESS'S ILLNESS.

    Early in february Rhodesian shares, in sympathy with all Rand interasts, bad a sudden and sharp rise. Good news from Rhodesia had something to do with the ...

    Article : 250 words
  17. SAD ABOUT MR. CHAMBERLAIN

    We are sorry to note the Colonial Seeretary is developing quite a stoop, and we fear he is losing some of his old-time smartness in style. As we critically examined his ...

    Article : 80 words
  18. INSURING A PETTICOAT.

    At the coming Cornation there will be worm by a certain peeress a petticoat the lace on which has seen service at more than one similar ceremony, and which it is ...

    Article : 78 words
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