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  2. ATHLETIC BREAKDOWN.

    It is a long time since it was remarked that the race is not always to the swift, and the spectacle of sudden athletic collapse and apparent reversals of form is as ...

    Article : 943 words
  3. WOMAN'S REALM.

    "Then art a woman. And that is saying the best and worst of theee." —Balley. In these days of claborate schemes of ...

    Article : 1,796 words
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    Advertising : 1,391 words
  5. PRODUCTION AND EXPORT.

    Some highly interesting figures illustrating Victoria's progress in the export of perishable food products were published in "The Argus" of Monday, July 23. In round ...

    Article : 2,493 words
  6. BURSTING UP A STRIKE.

    The rouscabouts were on strike at Balbundrie Station. It was a lonely sort of strike, however. It inconvenienced the shearers, who had no grievance, and was ...

    Article : 1,624 words
  7. JULY MAGAZINES.

    Twelve months ago Dr. Dillon's contributions from St. Petersburg to the "Contemporary Review" might be taken as those of an alarmist. To-day he can only be ...

    Article : 1,801 words
  8. PATENT SUIT,

    Protracted patent litigation of an unusual kind between an Australian and American inventor has just concluded by a decision of the Commissioner of Patents at Washington ...

    Article : 220 words
  9. ABUSE OF HOSPITALS.

    Sir.—It is a well-known fact that many patients receive treatment in our metropolitan and country public hospitals every year who may be considered ...

    Article : 493 words
  10. IN THE PAPERS.

    An amusing exchange of courtesies recently occurred between a well-known Liberal hostess and Mrs. John Burns. Lady H—recently wrote to the wife of the ...

    Article : 1,152 words
  11. SEA SUPERSTITIONS.

    Perhaps two of the most ancient of Jack Tar's superstitions are those which have to do with figureheads and the blessing of ships. The origin of the two, says the ...

    Article : 242 words
  12. EXCITING BEAR HUNTS,

    A writer in the "Country Gentleman," describing some bear-hunting experiences in the Rocky Mountains, says:—"We came to some dense undergrowth, which my ...

    Article : 706 words
  13. TOBACCO VERSUS SCENT.

    Lord Odo Russell (Lord Ampthill), for years ambassador at Berlin. used to tell the following story:—One day he had an appointment with Bismarck. On ...

    Article : 156 words
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