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  2. WOMAN'S REALM.

    A book on housekeeping as a science has appeared, and again the readers are left wondering whether the author ever experienced what it feels like to do the entire ...

    Article : 1,721 words
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  4. LINCOLN'S LOG CABIN.

    Three miles from the little village of Hodgenville, in Kentucky, U.S.A., stands the rude 20ft. x 12ft. log cabin in which the great Abraham Lincoln was born. The ...

    Article : 499 words
  5. MENDING THE BROKEN SOLDIER.

    By invitation of Sir Alfred Keogh (director-general of the Array Medical Service), representatives of the press have visited half-a-dozen of the great London military ...

    Article : 1,708 words
  6. IN THE PAPERS.

    "This is rather a romantic house," remarked Mr. Bingham, solicitor, at the inquest on the bodies of two men who were killed in the collapse of a floor of a house ...

    Article : 1,521 words
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  8. INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATIONS

    The position in law of industrial organisations under the Commonwealth Arbitration Act in relation to persons claimed to be members was raised in an appeal upon ...

    Article : 945 words
  9. CROWN PRINCE'S "ENGLISH" HOUSE.

    The German Crown Prince (says "The Times") is indeed unlucky—and, that not only in the field! His latest blunder,' if we are to believe. Herr Karl Scheffler, who ...

    Article : 634 words
  10. THE REIGN OF THE YOUNG

    To an extent never before equalled, and to a degree equalled but seldom, the present war has destroyed the surplus of energy and of wealth and has killed and maimed ...

    Article : 411 words
  11. WAR BIBLES.

    No fewer than 11,059,617 Bibles, New Testaments, and portions of the Holy Scripture were (according to the "Daily Mail") issued by the British and Foreign Bible ...

    Article : 270 words
  12. "BILLY FORTUNE'S PA" WRITES A LETTER.

    I had sworn that I would never "fall" for a talking-machine. You see, it was this way: I had been brought up on good music —the real thing. My mother was a concert ...

    Article : 881 words
  13. THE GREAT SEAL

    A sparing use of the Great Seal is decreed by an Order of the Privy Council, which is published in the "London Gazette." In cases where the Great Seal had hitherto ...

    Article : 165 words
  14. WOMEN'S INTERESTS.

    Articles and notes devoted specially to the various subjects that are of interest to women appear in "The Argus" every Wednesday. If you do not already take "The ...

    Article : 82 words
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