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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 4,507 words
  3. COUNTESS OF WARWICK'S STRATEGY,

    "The Countess of Warwick, travelling as Mrs. Grevillc, was on board the Cunard liner Campania (says the New York correspondent of the 'Daily Telegraph'), on her ...

    Article : 342 words
  4. VICTORIAN EXPORT TRADE.

    An excellent advertisement has been given in India to Victoria's efforts to build up an export trade by the attention devoted by the press of India to a visit paid ...

    Article : 433 words
  5. SHEAVES.

    The cigarette was getting shorter, and Hugh took a long inhalation of it, and flipped off a piece of charred paper. "Yes; big ways and small ways," he ...

    Article : 4,155 words
  6. NEW BOOKS, &c. GENERAL LITERATURE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 183 words
  7. THE DYING VILLAIN.

    An amazing and unrehearsed scene was enacted recently at the Third Avenue Theatre here (says the New York correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph[?]"). which is ...

    Article : 395 words
  8. DIVORCE COURT.

    The November sittings of the Divorce Court were commenced in the Banco Court yesterday. The Chief Justice (Sir John Madden) presided. A VORACIOUS HUSBAND. ...

    Article : 1,522 words
  9. LADY LION-HUNTERS.

    Ladies have done remarkable work in visiting and exploring wild countries; but it is doubtful if they have ever distinguished themselves as hunters of big game ...

    Article : 3,153 words
  10. BARREL ROLLING.

    "Paris." says the correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph." "has a new champion in the person of Gonlon, called Gonlonoff, the stalwart ca[?]k-roller of Ber[?]y, who, in ...

    Article : 400 words
  11. "ONENESS OF OUR PEOPLES."

    The Bishop of London, when he visited Jamestown Island, saw the ruined tower which is the only relic of the first English permanent American settlement. The ...

    Article : 296 words
  12. WIRELESS THUNDERSTORM.

    An interesting description of a visit to the Marconi wireless signal station at Clifden (county Galway) is given by a correspondent of the "Daily Mail," who says:— ...

    Article : 416 words
  13. CRIMINAL SITTINGS.

    Alexander Robert Hughes, a young man, stood accused of the larceny and, on a second count, of the unlawful [?] of about l[?]t. of sheet lead. which was stolen from the roof of an unoccupied ...

    Article : 1,055 words
  14. NAMES AND NATURES.

    What's in a name? Everything, says M. de Ro[?]h[?]al, who has invented onog[?]tology. His peculiarity (says the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph") is that he ...

    Article : 452 words
  15. AMERICAN MILLIONS IN ENGLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 162 words
  16. CONFIDING WIFE.

    At the Collingwood Court on Friday, before Messrs. [?] and [?], J.C.'s, [?] M. Walsh proceeded against her husband, John C. Walsh, for [?], Mrs. Wa[?]h said:—[?] ...

    Article : 214 words
  17. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    Metallurgy, Part I. Third Year Bachelor of Mining Engineering Obtatned [?] [?] [?] Passed [?] [?] Second Year Diploma in Mining. Passed 15. Second Year Diploma in ...

    Article : 149 words
  18. KIDNEY AILMENTS.

    When you have any [?]ton that your [?]eys are getting had, [?] "FISHER'S" Grest Nerve T[?] to cleanse, and strengthen them. It is invaluable as an agent to ward off ...

    Article : 139 words
  19. CHAPTER III.

    Peggy hurt herself very much this time, and, having got up, slid gingerly on both sk[?]tes across to the bench where Hugh was studying a treatise on the difficult art. ...

    Article : 669 words
  20. HUNGRY—AND SO GOOD[?]

    There's such a smack of deliciou[?]ne[?] — such [?] month-watching, savoury, flavoury ta[?] about that, that small wonder every housewife insists or using only DYASON'S TOMATO SAUCE ...

    Article : 41 words
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