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  2. Old Heathen Temples in Polynesia.

    At the present day the visitor to the Society Islands, as he wanders among the picturesque valleys of the gardens of the Pacific, will often discover, crumbling to ruin and covered with ...

    Article : 2,132 words
  3. Lord Rosmead (Sir Hercules Robinson).

    Sir Hercules Robinson, who was recently raised to the peerage under the title of Lord Rosmead, took his seat in the House of Lords on August 20, his introducers being Lord Kintore and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 793 words
  4. A Lighthouse With No Lantern.

    The most extraordinary of all lighthouses is to be found in the Hebrides, Scotland, on Armish Reek, Stornoway Bay—a rock which is separated from the Island of Lewis by a channel over 500ft ...

    Article : 411 words
  5. The Oldest Man in the World.

    The oldest man in the world, according to a German statistician, is a negro named Bruno Cotrim, who was born in Africa and la now resident in Rio Janeiro. Bruno is believed to have ...

    Article : 99 words



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