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  2. RELIGIOUS WORLD.

    The Rev. A. W. Bean succeeded the Rev. Charles Bright as pastor of the Norwood Baptist Church about two and a half years ago, and has met with much success ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 530 words
  3. DOMESTIC REMEDIES

    Pimento, or allspice, may be used as a remedy for diarrhoea, flatulence, as a stomach stimulant, and also to prevent the griping of purgative medicines. To make ...

    Article : 1,499 words
  4. LITERATURE AND REVIEWS OF BOOKS

    Col. H. C. Wylly has edited the journal of Capt. Gordon, of the 15th Hussars, which contained a record of the Corunna campaign of 1808-9. The journal was kept ...

    Article : 96 words
  5. THE MAGICAL BORDER.

    There is no more romantic or historically interesting part of the British. Isles chan the "Border" the region north and south of the Tweed where Scots and ...

    Article : 434 words
  6. THINGS THOUGHTFUL.

    Tisn't life that matters; 'tis the courage you bring to it. If I stoop Into a dark, tremendous sea of cloud ...

    Article : 74 words
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  8. A FULL LIFE.

    Many people err in supposing that they are living full lives. They hear the rattle of their numerous engagements, like pebbles in a gourd, and suppose because they ...

    Article : 221 words
  9. "FOOLS RUSH IN."

    King Edward could be very severe with those who overstepped the rules prescribed by etiquette, and I remember what happened to an American girl who ...

    Article : 226 words
  10. A DARWINIAN VALENTINE.

    When we two were but Globigerinae Three millions of ages ago, We found in our mud protoplasmic That life was uncommonly slow. ...

    Article : 134 words
  11. PLAY.

    The world wants men who can play. Work is necessary and is expected of strong men; but play is imperative and the strong man needs it more than the ...

    Article : 592 words
  12. A DISTURBING ELEMENT.

    The origin of our modem social chaos is due to the fact that into our old social organisation was suddenly pitchforked our ...

    Article : 30 words
  13. A COLLECTOR.

    A former Lord Dysart who lived more or less an invalid's life in a house on the outskirts of London, carefully watched over by a lady who acted as a sort of ...

    Article : 258 words
  14. FUN AND FANCY.

    Aviator to young passenger, who hasbegun to be frightened—Well, wh[?] you want now [?] Passenger (whimpering)—I want the earth. ...

    Article : 977 words
  15. OTHER MEN'S MINDS.

    Opposition to motor cars is about as reasonable a proposition as opposition to railway trains.—Lord Russell. ...

    Article : 21 words
  16. MR. CARNEGIE'S OFFER.

    This earth is such a heaven to me that I want to stay on as long as I can. If any of you youngsters can get me an option on life I will let you name your own ...

    Article : 44 words
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  18. THE PRICE OF A PINT

    If a man was to save the price of a pint of beer a day from the time when he is 18 years old fae would hare an old-age pension of 10/ a week at 70.—Dr. ...

    Article : 43 words
  19. OUR FUTURE RULERS.

    The British Empire for the future is likely to be ruled by women—not because they may get the vote, but because they exercise influence. Women should ...

    Article : 44 words
  20. ANSWERS TO ENQUIRIES.

    Mr. Huston's experience in dietetics and natural methods of treatment is at the disposal of readers of "The Mail" free of charge. Every communication is read by Mr. Huston only, and ...

    Article : 2,437 words
  21. THE DIFFERENCE.

    in England you appear to put a ta[?]upon education, which keeps it in the hands of gentlemen who can appreciate it; men of leisure. In America ...

    Article : 66 words
  22. NATURE CURE AND HOME TREATMENT.

    The Rev. J. T. Huston's excellent manual on the above subjects has been forwarded to us. It is a detailed explanation of the right and wrong foods to ...

    Article : 83 words
  23. THE SHEPHERD AND THE WOLF.

    There is the shepherd and the wolf in every bishop, and also in every man. He question is—:"Is the shepherd or the wolf growing in us?"—Bishop of London. ...

    Article : 33 words
  24. IF THEY ONLY KNEW.

    If the silly women who are behamed to confess an utterly useless butterfly, existence, spending enormous sums annually on the decoration of their worthless ...

    Article : 93 words
  25. YEAR BOOK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    We have received from the editor (Mr. Walter C. Cambridge a copy of the Year Book of South Australia for 1914. This is really a section of that useful ...

    Article : 95 words
  26. DEBT WHICH ENRICHES.

    In the ordinary way all debt impoverishes. But intellectual debt is a true blessing. My debt to England is immeasurable, and is ever increasing. For ...

    Article : 49 words
  27. SWEATING DOES "NOT PAY.

    Political economists have at last come to realise that workers are human beings and not merely machines, and that not only is sweating inhuman, but that it does ...

    Article : 38 words
  28. THE FIRST CHARGE IN INDUSTRY.

    Of recent rears a profound change has taken place in the views of political economists, and they have begun to ask themselves whether our industt[?] system ...

    Article : 72 words
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  30. SPORT AND MARRIAGE.

    Sport is a bad marriage market; the sporting girl becomes too like the man, and exposes her character to him too much.—Dr. T. Claye Shaw. ...

    Article : 33 words
  31. "THE SWEET SOURCE OF LABOUR."

    The secret of health is to be found in rhythm. Between the heart beats is a regular pause which permits a restitution of matter and energy. On a larger scale ...

    Article : 85 words
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