THIS WAS THE TEAM that caused the birth of the term "The Ashes" after it had defeated England at the Oval in 1882 by 7 runs. The players were:Top row (left to right).—S.P.Jones, A.C. Bannerman, G.J.Bonnor, F.R.Spofforth, J. McC.Blackham, ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 70 words
A WIDELY KNOWN IDENTITY of the city s[?]tched by Noel Counihan at evensong in St. Paul's Cathedral. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 18 words
"NUMA," the fier[?]est lion at the Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, who is not even on friendly terms with those who feed him, growls when the photographer takes his picture when he entered his new spring quarters. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 39 words
—A scene near the papuan capital familiar to win[?]er cruise visitors. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 13 words
"HENRY HANDEL RICHARDSON," the novelist, See arlicle by Ne[?]ie Palmer in this issue. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 14 words
—"A reasonable amount of fleas is good for a dog; it keeps his mind off being a dog," said David Harum. This pup is wondering just how many are a reasonable amount. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 37 words
PRINCE'S BRIDGE at night, looking lowards the city. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 8 words
PIGMY ELEPHANTS are being trained to take part in the Centenary circus to be held at Wirth's Park. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 21 words
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