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  2. MAMMOTH LUSITANIA,

    To-day the great Cunarder Lusitania (four screws), the finest and largest steamship afloat, is to begin her maiden voyage from Liverpool to New York. On July 27 she ...

    Article : 1,401 words
  3. FISHERMEN'S ENEMIES.

    A plague of jely-fish again threatens the south coast of Portland Bill (says "The Outlook," of July 27), and these impalpable creatures have swarmed in their tens of ...

    Article : 1,051 words
  4. BEARDS FOR WOMEN PREDICTED.

    Two pieces of Chicago University news found their way into the London papers on the same day this week (says the "Outlook" of July 27). The first was that the ...

    Article : 552 words
  5. SHEAVES.

    Hugh was standing at the diningroom window of the Chulkpits, at Mannington, opening letters, and looking with slightly pained wonder at the hopelessness of the morning. ...

    Article : 6,688 words
  6. WOMAN'S REALM.

    The committee of the physical cultue section of the Exhibition of Women's Work wish to draw attention to the fact that the entries in this department do not close ...

    Article : 2,291 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,066 words
  8. ODD ADVERTISEMENTS.

    The "Referee" gives the following lists of unconsciously humorous advertisements:— From a riverside time-table:—Hotel. ...

    Article : 379 words
  9. THE UN WRITTEN LAW IN THE ARMY.

    In the army the force of etiquette is very strong, says a writer in "Cassell's Saturday Journal." One of the beasts of a certain regiment is that "The Tenth don't [?] ...

    Article : 230 words
  10. HOW AN ALBATROSS FLIES.

    Snapshot photographs are constantly adding valuable facts to the stores of science. They are able to detect and analyse motions too quick for the eye to follow. A recent ...

    Article : 4 words
  11. MOUNTAINEERING—23,000 FEET

    From further particulars which have arrived concerning Dr. T. Longstaff's ascent of the peak of Trisul, in the [?] Himalayas, "The Times" learns that, after several ...

    Article : 210 words
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