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  2. IN THE PAPERS.

    King Edward, when Prince of Wales played on at least two occasions for the once famous [?]. Zingari Cricket Club. On July 17, 1866, a match [?].Zingari v. the Gentlemen ...

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  3. NO PLACE LIKE HOME.

    The assorted household had had fourteen "generals" in the previous month, but had been most of its time without one. They were of all nationalities. One Irish lady ...

    Article : 1,078 words
  4. THE PASSING SHOW.

    It was suggested by Mr. T. Skene at the Royal Agricultural Society's lunch on Thursday that Lord Northcote would be an Meal High Commissioner for Australia. His ...

    Article : 1,580 words
  5. ROUND THE HORN WESTWARD.

    Cape Horn, from time immemorial the gateway to the Pacific from the Atlantic, rears its uncharitable head [?]mid the stormiest seas of this world ...

    Article : 2,455 words
  6. DISRAELI'S NOVELS.

    An interesting attempt to estimate Lord Beaconsfield's quality as a man of letters is made by Mr. Reginald Lucas in the July "Quarterly." The Disraeli novels do not ...

    Article : 2,060 words
  7. BUTCHERY IN MACEDONIA.

    The Vienna correspondent of "The Times" gives gruesome details of the murder and pillage being carried on in Macedonia. "From personal and direct investigation ...

    Article : 795 words
  8. INDUSTRIAL ALCOHOL.

    In June last year the United States Congress passed an act permitting the general use for industrial purposes, and for light, heat, and power, of denatured alcohol, ...

    Article : 1,118 words
  9. RATIONAL "FOODERS."

    To a very large extent, the food Exhibition now open in London is rational—that is, it deals with all Kinds of patent food designed to supersede the old-fashioned chop ...

    Article : 1,434 words
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  11. DREADNOUGHTS.

    The Bellerophon, the second British battleship of the Dreadnought type, was launched and named by Princess Henry of Battenberg at Portsmouth on July 27. A ...

    Article : 221 words
  12. MADMAN'S FREAK.

    An extraordinary incident took place (says the St. Petersburg correspondent of the "Daily News") at a village in the EdiKoulo district. A man died in the ...

    Article : 342 words
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