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  2. (Copyright.) SAVERNE'S DOUBLE,

    Another, week or two passed away at Moor Greed. Nothing of moment happened, or seemed; to happen, to any one there, and with the passage ...

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  3. MYSTERIOUS CITY OF DEAD KINGS.

    Every low and again the world is startled by the rediscovery of some dead city, showing signs of civilisation which, in a few resects, might ...

    Article : 1,270 words
  4. CHAPTER XXXIII.

    It had been after ten o'clock when the master of Moor Hall and Philip Rufford had said good-night to each other, and after that it had been ...

    Article : 1,517 words
  5. GETTING FOOD OUT OF THE AIR

    The scientists tell us to hi of good cheer, and not to be cast down because the coal supply of the world seems likely to become exhausted ...

    Article : 315 words
  6. A RAILWAY PIONEER.

    Lord Brassey, who has boldly suggested the nationalisation of the British railways as panacca for the troubles that are from time to time ...

    Article : 293 words
  7. SEA MONSTERS THAT SINK SHIPS.

    An extraordinary affair happened the other day in the estuary of the Shannon, the yacht Water Hen being capsized and sunk by a school of ...

    Article : 294 words
  8. PIANOS FOR CHINA.

    China is awakening with a vengeance. The latest intelligence is of the growing popularity of the piano. Instruments to the value of more ...

    Article : 299 words
  9. THE GOLDEN BAG.

    An old man named George Keymer has been found dead at his bedside in a little cottage at Wernstead-road, Ipswich. Deceased, who was formerly ...

    Article : 154 words
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    Benevolence twinkled out of Mr Goodsort's eyes and smiled at you from his lips. Consequently he was marked down as legitimate prey by ...

    Article : 91 words
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