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  2. IN A FLAT.

    A flat was lent us for a month. 'A' furnished flat, with Liberty decorations in tones of green. Round the sittingroom windows ran a deep frieze of Kate ...

    Article : 1,368 words
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  4. "SHARE YOUR PROFITS,"

    Mr. Andrew Carnegie in his presidential address at the annual meeting of the Iron and Steel Institute explained the secret of business success in great undertakings. It ...

    Article : 470 words
  5. IN THE PAPERS.

    I have laid stress over and over again (writes "T.P." in "M.A.P.") on the fact that the King's extraordinary success as a diplomatist is due largely to his perfect ...

    Article : 2,481 words
  6. ORIGINAL AND ACTUAL.

    The efforts of a child to master religious doctrines which have set the finest theologians of all the world, and even its seepties, by the ears should not fairly be made ...

    Article : 1,429 words
  7. STELLA FRIGELIUS.

    Every force is subject to laws. Even if they were but the emanations of an incipient madness, which like all else have their origins, destinies, and forms, these ...

    Article : 1,863 words
  8. THE MAN AND THE FISH.

    Fly-fishing, especially with the dry fly, is to my mind the emblem of chivalrous fair play, and as a sport, with its attendant attractions ranks second to none. Given ...

    Article : 1,299 words
  9. INDIAN RAILWAY REFORM.

    Mr. Thomas Robertson, the expert appointed by Lord Curzon to examine the Indian railway system, has reported that root-and-branch reform is necessary. ...

    Article : 248 words
  10. A MILLIONAIRE'S ART TREASURES.

    At present Mr. Pierpont Morgan is in the curious position of being the owner of some of the finest art treasures in the world, without being able to take them ...

    Article : 956 words
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  12. THE INFLUENCE OF MR. J. M. BARRIE.

    To-day is the forty third birthday of Mr. J. M. Barrie, who, of all others, is the typically successful English dramatist of the beginning of the twentieth century. "The ...

    Article : 368 words
  13. AUTOMOBILE V. HORSE.

    In order to prove to the city fathers that the regulation which forbids motorcars to exceed a speed of twelve kilometres (just over seven miles) an hour in Paris ...

    Article : 347 words
  14. IN THE ROW.

    The passing attraction of cycling and the laboured attempts to look elegant and happy in a motor-car have not robbed the English woman of her equestrian skill (says ...

    Article : 334 words
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