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  2. Advertising

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  3. WOMAN'S REALM.

    Lovers of stage pictures must be really grateful for the characteristic and beautiful setting of "The Serenade," the Spanish opera at the Princess's Theatre. Everything ...

    Article : 1,669 words
  4. AMONG THE FEDERAL MEMBERS.

    It has been a quiet week after so much excitement—a thing of threads and patches. A little Papua, one or two snatches of defence, a glance at naturalisation, and a peep ...

    Article : 1,524 words
  5. THE PASSING SHOW.

    A feature of recent suburban robberies is the number of clergymen's houses which have been plundered. All sorts of clerical garments have been stolen, and since they ...

    Article : 1,925 words
  6. ON BOARD A MAIL BOAT.

    There had been some friction about the buckets. The quoits were in use for ring quoits, and the ladies who wanted to play "buckets" had, after remarking to no ...

    Article : 2,105 words
  7. IN THE PAPERS.

    We may feel well-nigh certain (says the "Spectator") that Mr. Chamberlain will not abandon his scheme till he has got the verdict of the country upon it. With Mr. ...

    Article : 2,690 words
  8. TRACKING IN CANADA.

    An interesting article is published in the "Empire Review" for July upon the methods of the "tracker" in the prairie country of Western Canada. The article ...

    Article : 1,173 words
  9. PHIL MAY.

    No two men during the last quarter of a century have left such a deep impression upon English black-and-white art as Aubrey Beardsley and Phil May. They were both ...

    Article : 1,044 words
  10. THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.

    The annual pilgrimage yesterday of Christian Scientists to Pleasant View, New Hampshire, where Mary Baker G. Eddy, founder and inspiring individuality of the ...

    Article : 257 words
  11. THE NATIONAL FOOT.

    National characteristics are apparently impressed upon every part of the body; even the feet are found to vary with the nationality. The French foot is narrow ...

    Article : 98 words
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