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  2. THE PASSING SHOW.

    "We'll give him a couple of thousand hours in the straightjacket, William; that will quiet him," remarked the senior attendant thoughfully, as he pushed the ...

    Article : 1,556 words
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    Advertising : 397 words
  4. THE GREAT RESULT.

    It likes me not, the gaseous dilatation Of acrated liquids. Same to you, And many of them. 'Lightly thus he spake, The seasoned vessel and experienced member; ...

    Article : 758 words
  5. WOMANS REALM.

    If the suggestion put forward by Mr. Byron Moore that girls could make a living as flower-raisers and sellers were ever to be put in actual practice, one sees at once ...

    Article : 1,750 words
  6. IN THE PAPERS.

    Mr. Balfour begins the new session of Parliament (writes the "Glasgow Citizen") with undiminished authority and popularity. Till Mr. Chamberlain returns he ...

    Article : 1,622 words
  7. SUBALTERNS COURTMATERIALS.

    In respect of Lord Roberts's share in this matter we have heard nothing whatever but accusation and innuendo, and that entirely from the side of those who allege that ...

    Article : 1,766 words
  8. NEW BOOKS.

    The second number of the "Forest Flora of New South Wales," the work of Mr. J. H. Maiden, Government botanist has been issued, and apart from its scientific value, ...

    Article : 1,686 words
  9. JEWELS FROM HEAVEN.

    A piece of nows came this week from America which might well turn the attention of the fashionable world to science, and make the ladies of New York and ...

    Article : 1,336 words
  10. A SUMMER FLIRTATION.

    Young ladies, and also ladies thit are not particularly young, are sometimes in the habit of setting a high value on themselves. They appraise the worth of their affections ...

    Article : 442 words
  11. WEALTH IN OCEAN ISLAND.

    By the steamer Mintaro, which reached Sydney on the 17th inst., some information was received respecting the rich deposits of phosphates now being worked at Ocean ...

    Article : 545 words
  12. AMUSING SCENE IN A THEATRE.

    "Harper's Magazine" has a good story of how the elder Wallack once played in a romantic drama in which, after taking an impassioned leave of the heroine, he ...

    Article : 373 words
  13. AUSTRALIA AND THE JAPANESE.

    The burning question of the hour in Japan as far as its international relations are concerned is undoubtedly the strong feeling aroused throughout the nation by ...

    Article : 362 words
  14. WATTEAU'S TECENIQUE.

    In the mastery of technique (says the "Daily News") Watteau is among the giants of the world. His touch, as light as the brush of a butterfly's wing, has never ...

    Article : 131 words
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