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  2. WOMEN RANCH-OWNERS.

    American women are celebrated ior their business capabilities, and, compared with Englishwomen, show undoubtedly more highly-developed commercial instincts. ...

    Article : 407 words
  3. AMONG THE FEDERAL MEMBERS,

    "Ithuriel with his spear touched lightly." It has to be placed to teh credit of the House of Representatives that it has never, during its existence, called anyone to the ...

    Article : 1,673 words
  4. UNDER SUSPICION.

    A sensational gold robbery, which for some time furnished Australia with one of its mysteries in crime, is recalled by news of the death at Felixstowe, England, of Mr. ...

    Article : 2,077 words
  5. THE PASSING SHOW.

    Dancing has fallen under the angry condemnation of "Commissioner" M'Kie, of the Salvation Army. "Through a dance," he says, "John the Baptist lost his head. ...

    Article : 2,088 words
  6. THE SECRET ENTRANCE.

    It was the mysterious stranger of Parker's story, of Walford's chatter. His limp, his heavy black beard marked him out plainly at the distance; this was he in the flesh. ...

    Article : 4,425 words
  7. YOUNG AT EIGHTY.

    Lord Halsbury, who is now hard at work on his coditication of the laws of England, is (says "M.A.P.") probably the yongest man of his age in the country. He is eighty ...

    Article : 317 words
  8. NO KILTS IN HONOLULU.

    Mr. Theodore Napier. who is well known in Melbourne. had an unpleasant adventure in the Hawaiian Islands. A reader in Honolulu sends the "Scotsman" an ...

    Article : 328 words
  9. THE KING AND HIS GUARDS

    One result of the recent "ragging" cases in the Scots Guards is that the King (who is Colonel-in-Chief) has (says "Tales and Talk") given strict instructions that in ...

    Article : 214 words
  10. RUSSIAN ARMY UNREST.

    The ex[?]Ru[?]" publishes a circumstantial account of the mutiny at Peterhof, and gives (says "The Times") the text of 19 grievances presented by the First Batalion ...

    Article : 436 words
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  12. MAN WITH FIVE WIVES.

    The New York correspondent of the "Morning Lender" says that a syndicate of broken-hearted American women has been formed in North Carolina in order to assist ...

    Article : 445 words
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