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  2. Literary Notes.

    Literature is the immortality of speech.— Sehlegel. The purest treasure mortal times afford is spotless reputation. ...

    Article : 333 words
  3. A TAILOR'S JOKE.

    A tailor on Fort—street east got hold of a redhot idea the other day. He heated up his goose to the blistering point and placed it on a bench at his door with a sign reading, "Only 26 cents." ...

    Article : 494 words
  4. The Story Teller.

    "JUANITA, you, of all others in the world, are the one that ought to laugh! Now, I insist on knowing what it is that makes you cry?" Gerald Knighton bent with a kind, caressing ...

    Article : 1,561 words
  5. TANGLES.

    The pleasant gale, that to the sun unpiats And spread the gold love's fingers weave, and braid O'er her fine eves, and all around her head, Fetters my heart, the Wishful sigh creates; ...

    Article : 107 words
  6. COY CONSENT.

    0 stay, sweet love! see here the place of sporting, These gentio flowers smile sweetly to invite us; And chirping birds are hitherwards resorting, Warbling sweet notes only to delight us. ...

    Article : 112 words
  7. WESTERN RAILWAY EXTENSION.

    SIR,—From the published reports of deputations recently in attendance on the Hon. the Ministor for Works in connection with the above subject it would appear that by a curious coincidence as to dates, a deputation on the 10th ...

    Article : 695 words
  8. SPENDTHRIFT.

    Horace Mann justly remarked, "a spendthrift of health is one of the most reprehensible of spendthrifts. I am certain I could have performed twice the labour, both better and with ...

    Article : 232 words
  9. ANOTHER EXPERIMENT.

    Farwell Thompson was the first prisoner to answer the call of the bell. He had his coat and vest on his arm, his collar and neck-tie in his pocket, and he at once proceeded to observe: ...

    Article : 430 words
  10. TWIGS AND LEAVES.

    Dryden has aptly remarked: "What the child admired, the youth endeavoured, and the man acquired." No need of spurs to the little Handel Or the boy Bach to study music, when one steals ...

    Article : 330 words
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