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  2. THE LADIES' COLUMN

    She has written her little letter; It was hard enough to do, With mistress for over ringing the bell Always for something new. ...

    Article : 196 words
  3. THE EYE OF THE SUN

    The conductor signalled to the enginear, whose, head was half-way out of the cab; the fireman gave one pull at the ball; the steam hissed in the cylinders; ...

    Article : 2,772 words
  4. How to Live Long.

    Dr. Charles W. Purdy contributes to the "North American Review" for June an interesting practical article on "Popular Errors in Living." He asks himself ...

    Article : 788 words
  5. The Racing Carnival.

    Cup Day at Flemington has for years established its claim to be the most popular of Australian holidays. On that occasion the excursion trains, which are so ...

    Article : 1,236 words
  6. GRAINS OF GOLD.

    That time is the worst employed which we give to regrets, unless we learn from them the lesson of the future. Unjust judgments upon others are ...

    Article : 312 words
  7. CHAPTER XXXIV.

    Detective Brown had telegraphed to Varnum Howard the time of the arrival of his train, and the young man was at the union station to meet him. It need ...

    Article : 1,754 words
  8. HINTS FOR YOUNG LADIES.

    If engaged or likely to be: Avoid being jealous if he casually admires another pretty girl. Avoid making an ostentatious display ...

    Article : 132 words
  9. USEFUL INFORMATION

    Many of the ancient uses of church bells are still maintained in England ; but the promise. "Fulgura frango," has been discontinued. They are no longer rung ...

    Article : 471 words
  10. THE TRAINING OF GIRLS.

    The foundation of society rests on its homes. The success of our homes rests on the wives. Therefore, first of all, teach your girls how to be successful ...

    Article : 447 words
  11. Dodging the Bailiffs.

    We hear of smart things done nowadays in evasion of the law, but it is a long time since bailiffs were worsted in such a clever manner as told in this ...

    Article : 539 words
  12. A Voice from the "Gods."

    There is an amusing story told of a certain actor named Young, to whom, as to many another, came that terrible moment in an actor's life when he is called ...

    Article : 171 words
  13. THE HOME CIRCLE.

    RUSSIAN SALAD.—Take equal quantities of any cold vegetables you may have (the greater the variety the nicer the salad). You may also use the mixed ready-cooked ...

    Article : 139 words
  14. GRAVE AND GAY.

    When is a clock on the -staircase dangerous ? —When it runs down and strikes one. This is a French satirist's exhaustive ...

    Article : 371 words
  15. A Short Speech.

    Mr Edison, the brilliant electrician, is by no means a brilliant speaker. Nonomnia possumus omnes, we cannot all do everything, and Edison is a poor hand at ...

    Article : 177 words
  16. HOUSEHOLD NOTES.

    Baked crumbs of bread are-often palatable to an infant. They should be prepared by crumbling some bread on a plate, and letting it dry in an oven with ...

    Article : 321 words
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