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  2. IN THE PAPERS.

    Reggie.—"Do you wink?" Miss de Smyth.—"What do you mean?" Reggie.— "I should say do you woller skate?" Magistrate at Kingston.—"You are ...

    Article : 1,724 words
  3. BIG GAME COUNTRY.

    The Sudan is less known to tourists and sportsmen than British East Africa, concerning which many books have been written during the last few years. It is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,568 words
  4. THE PASSING SHOW.

    "Alderman Lock grasped a tumbler of water, and flung the contents at Alderman Dyson's face, upon which Alderman Dyson started round the table in Adderman ...

    Article : 1,663 words
  5. CREMORNE.

    Hemmed in by factory building and railway embankment, with narrow streets, huddled tenements, and untidy, vacant spaces, there is little that is attractive about ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,287 words
  6. TRAVELLING WITH ROYALTY.

    M. Xavier Paoli, special commissioner, detailed by the French Government to travel by train with Royal visitors to France, tells in "M'Clure's Magazine" for February some ...

    Article : 517 words
  7. NOTORIOUS ITALIAN MEDIUM TRAPPED.

    The apparent miracles of the famous Italian medium, Madame Eusapia Palladino, now in America, are pronounced to bo "nothing but fraud and humbug," says ...

    Article : 637 words
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