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  3. WOMAN'S REALM.

    Numbers of the English papers have been exciting themselves over the prevelence of the Bridge mania, and the spirit of gambling that it had [?] in the ...

    Article : 1,923 words
  4. FROM AN OMNIBUS TOP.

    Never shall I forget that bright night a few weeks ago when from an omnibus top I first saw the streets of London, [?] named have always been [?] and ...

    Article : 1,697 words
  5. AMONG THE FEDERAL MEMBERS.

    It really does seem as if there were design at the bottom of [?], for as soon as ever the state House threatens to become more interesting to the public than the ...

    Article : 1,810 words
  6. THE PASSING SHOW.

    Among all the visitors to London for the Coronation celebrations, none has exhibited such a quiet imperturbability as Sri Gopalji, the family god of a distinguished fendatory ...

    Article : 1,592 words
  7. THE WOES OF "WALLFLOWERS."

    "Ballrooms should have a lining of hotwater pipes," complained a "walllower" [?]. "it is [?]o difficult to keep a pleasant, nonchalant expression on one's face ...

    Article : 1,779 words
  8. OLD DAYS.

    The period of eleven years covered by the rule of Governor Marquarte, from 1810 to 18[?], is, in many respects, the most interesting in Australian history. During ...

    Article : 2,526 words
  9. IN THE PAPERS.

    More hearthurnings and disappointments were caused (says "Hells" in the "World") by the Duckess of Devenshire's party on Derby night than by any party that has ...

    Article : 1,714 words
  10. KITCHENER'S EARLY CAREER.

    Deep interest always attaches to the early days of any man who gains great distinction, and the world will only be too ready to concede now a foremost place ...

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  11. FOR CORONATION ROBES.

    Of all the sumptuous material employed for making the [?] for the wonderful Coronation ceremony in Westminister Ab hoy, those most in evidence are crimson ...

    Article : 286 words
  12. W. L. ALDEN ON THE ATLANTIC STEAMERS.

    The "Colonel's Cold Truths," in "To-day." deals with the advantages of the Atlantic [?] says the plain and blind philosophers. "You are a serious people, ...

    Article : 220 words
  13. A SHAM HEIRESS.

    Recently the postmaster at Burnip's Corner, a village in Michigan, sent in his resignation because so many letters came for one resident, a Mrs. Coffey, that he could ...

    Article : 148 words
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