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  2. HAIR GROWN BY MUSIC.

    If all the violinists in the world assembled together in one vast building, and they numbered, say, 100,000, it is probable that there could be ...

    Article : 163 words
  3. POISONS WE EAT.

    Every day we consume deadly poisons with our food without being one whit the worse for it. This is because some poisons, taken in the ...

    Article : 288 words
  4. SPORTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 355 words
  5. STRANGE YET TRUE.

    Valued at £2,000 private collector has 16,000 moths. Thin slabs of cork are used in Rome as a substitute for straw in ...

    Article : 365 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 257 words
  7. EYES RIGHT!

    The golfing maxim "Keep your eye an the ball" applies to other games as well. But while in golf the player is occupied with one ball only, in ...

    Article : 314 words
  8. LONGEST VOYAGE ON RECORD

    In a South American river lies a seems doomed never to finish a voyage that began twenty-four years ago. ...

    Article : 154 words
  9. AN EARLY PIONEER.

    Mr. John Cromie, another of Warrnambool's pioneer residents, passed away on Saturday night, after a brief illness, at the advanced age of 83 ...

    Article : 234 words
  10. RELIGIOUS FEARS.

    The best story of the dark days of Europe comes down to us from the Monk of Padua, who, in 1920, wrote as follows: ...

    Article : 202 words
  11. MILLIONS OF WORLDS.

    Our world has lived only half a millionth of its allotted span, and there is every reason to believe that the human race has a lifetime of ...

    Article : 445 words
  12. DIFFERENT COLOURED LIGHT.

    The blue of the sky and the blue of the human and animal eye is caused by the action of light. In the first place the dust in the air ...

    Article : 133 words
  13. GEELONG COURSING.

    Mr. W. G. Powling's (Weerite) bd b Marian Micawber, defeated C. A. Watts' (Huntly) w and f b Sweet Elsie, in the second ties of the Waterloo ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. WIRELESS CURRENTS.

    There is no more mischievour "Puck" in this world than the high frequency currents at a high-power wireless transmitting station. Ever ...

    Article : 461 words
  15. WEEDS ON INDIAN RAILWAYS.

    In India, and, indeed, in many tropical countries, one of the great difficulties with which the railway people have to deal is the keeping ...

    Article : 193 words
  16. FOOTBALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 234 words
  17. ARE YOUR DIAMONDS REAL?

    In one of the most frequented parts of London;, unsuspected by the millions who pass by, there is an "Aladdin's Cave." It is known as ...

    Article : 252 words
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    "When did you first become really acquainted with your husband—when you found him to be the real man he is?" asked Mrs. Gushly. ...

    Article : 149 words
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