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    Next to printing, re-printing is the order of the day: type's everywhere, are asserting their supremacy. Novels over which our great-grandmothers laughed or wept, but long ago forgotten, ...

    Article : 1,762 words
  3. A New Zealand Politician.

    Mr. Fisher is a comparatively new figure among New Zealand legislators. Yet in some ways he promises to become a prominent one. It is only about six years since his name first appeared ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 800 words

    ALDERMAN ALFRED EDDEN, Mayor of Adamstown (a young and thriving municipality near Newcastle, in the County of Northumberland, New Spilth Wales) is a working miner. He was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 450 words
  5. A Nib-ejecting Penholder.

    The penholder which we illustrate has a collar for the stem, fitted with a point, g, which, on being pressed against the butt of the nib, h, ejects the latter from the holder. The nib is held ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 86 words
  6. A "Fairy" Flower.

    The SATURDAY REVIEW desoribes the Amorphopballus Titanum, a kind of gigantic arum, which flowered at Kew at the latter end of June. This phenomenon has a peculiarity besides abnormal ...

    Article : 296 words
  7. Gleanings.

    The Morpeth Council, in reply to a letter, said that it was not in a position to repair the footpaths. A petition signed by 138 persons who are ...

    Article : 602 words
  8. Russell Up.

    Thus a London correspondent on June 24: Sir Charles Russell has been in his element this week at the Chetwynd-Durham arbitration; and it is probable that not even the tremendous fees he is ...

    Article : 317 words



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