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  2. THE YOUNG FOLKS.

    Long as was journey of Arthoor and Zip, that of Tom Bradford and Mr. Godkin was much longer, for they were compelled to follow the line of railway to Bombay ...

    Article : 2,535 words
  3. LADIES' COLUMN.

    Despite heat, dust. and north winds, the great drapery emporiums are beginning to display the furs and gowns, bonnetsand cloaks with which womenkind are to cloth themselves ...

    Article : 1,400 words
  4. AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

    Ploughing, wherever the land is in a fit condition, is in full swing in the early districts, and as very little fallowing could be done last spring, no time will have to be lost where it is ...

    Article : 2,262 words
  5. MR. AND MRS. BOWSER.

    Thank goodness that Christmas is over, and s that Mr. Bowser can tin longer hold it over me as a weapon to humble end terrify. It was away back in June that ho first began ...

    Article : 1,239 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 684 words
  7. GRAPES AND MELONS.

    Pick some purple grapes, put them into a saucepan and bruise them gealy until the juice flows freely from them. Strin without squeezing them two or three ...

    Article : 531 words
  8. HOUSEHOLD HINTS.

    The most useful kitchen utensil is a sharp knife Gum canphor scattered about prince haunts will drive them away. ...

    Article : 135 words
  9. A REMEDY FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD.

    Of all the remarkable plants which nature yields perhaps there are none more wonderful than that known as the witch-hazel, or winter bloom. It derives the former name from the ...

    Article : 454 words
  10. SCARLET FEVER.

    No more frightful disease can attack a child than scarlet fever, and as an epidemic of this disease is now among us, it behoves all, and especially those with children, to know ...

    Article : 521 words
  11. RECENT MEDICAL DISCOVERIES.

    1. Great and strange advances are being made in the acquisition of new remedies, and a few words upon three or four of there cannot fail to be interesting to our readers. The first ...

    Article : 356 words
  12. NEW NEEDLEWORK.

    "Something to Wear," says a writer in the Queen, is a name for a knitted wool wrap—a capital piece of work for old lady's fingers. Procure 9oz. of white double Berlin wool and ...

    Article : 876 words
  13. Important to Irrigationists.

    Farmers and agriculturists are now awakening to the fact that irrigation carried out on scientific principles is simply developing the country, and giving it prominence throughout ...

    Article : 95 words
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    The village of Llanwddyn, Wales, has been demolished by dynamite, to make room for Lake Vyrnwy. The parish church passed away with other buildings. ...

    Article : 21 words
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