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  2. AMERICANS IN LONDON.

    They come over here in thousands, and do the sights in a breathless, business-like fashion. They are primed with knowledge before arriving, and if you want to know ...

    Article : 1,633 words
  3. IN THE PAPERS.

    "Had I always good eases," said the late Lord Brampton, "I could never have learnt how to win a bad one, and when I got a good one I knew how to let it win itself." ...

    Article : 1,788 words
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    Advertising : 1,276 words
  5. GOLF IN AUSTRALIA.

    It is, perhaps, not generally known, even amongst golfers, that so far back as 1847 there was a golf club in existence in Melbourne, of which the late Mr. James ...

    Article : 2,474 words
  6. WOMEN WOOD-CARVERS.

    After looking round the galleries at the Women's Exhibition devoted to the applied arts, one cannot escape the conviction that a revival is commencing amongst us. A lot ...

    Article : 1,846 words
  7. WOMAN'S REALM.

    The ordinary woman ii apt, says a cynical man, to associate happiness too closely with her dressmaker, just as if happiness was not invented long before clothes. Of ...

    Article : 2,155 words
  8. ELECTRICITY IN CANCER TREATEMENT.

    What promises to be an important discovery in electro-surgery has been made (says the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" on October 10) by Dr. Keating ...

    Article : 644 words
  9. RUSSIAN MONK'S CRIMES.

    A telegram to the "Petersbuerger Zeitung" (says the Central News Agency) relates a terrible story of crimes which have just been discoverd at Werchoturji, in ...

    Article : 592 words
  10. ITALIAN LADY'S ROMANCE.

    Details are now known (says the Rome correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph") about the intention of a lady of the aristocracy to marrv a carabineer, rumours of ...

    Article : 358 words
  11. THE WORLD'S BEAUTY SPOTS.

    What are the earth's loveliest spots? George Meredith says he would put the Taj Mahal, at Agra, first among beautiful things; while Sir Martin Conway, who hsa ...

    Article : 344 words
  12. THE R.A. PAVEMENT ARTIST.

    English beggars (says the "Sketch") who may claim any sort of expertness in their leisurely calling, do very well, indeed; but they cannot compare with their French ...

    Article : 188 words
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