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    A recent issue of the London "Sun" contains the following: Zola lives in a little side street at the back of the Church of La Trinite, ten minutes' walk from the Opera. The house from outside is ...

    Article : 958 words
  3. The Rev. Edward J. Rodd.

    The Rev. Edward J. Rodd, the new President of the Wesleyan Conference of New South Wales, was born in London in 1847, and is a minister of twenty-eight years' standing, having been ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 337 words
  4. Conviction of M. Zola.

    The trial of M. Zola, the famous novelist, on the criminal charge of defamation brought against him by the French Government in connection with the Dreyfus cause celebre, was concluded on February ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 864 words
  5. Electricity in the British Navy.

    Electricity is playing a part gradually increasing in importance in our British Navy. Rightly enough, the authorities were cautious in adopting it until its powers had been well tried, and even ...

    Article : 235 words
  6. Water Gauges in Egypt.

    In the course of an article upon Sir W. E. Garstin's report on the work of the Irrigation Department of Egypt in 1896, the "Times" mentions as a new indication of scientific progress in Africa ...

    Article : 249 words
  7. Fight Between a Tiger and a Bull.

    By the agency of the Paris letter of the "Morning Post," one gleans detaiils of an extraordinary entertainment given at the Plaza de Madrid recently in the presence of 1300 spectators. This ...

    Article : 527 words



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