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  2. WAR WITH BIG GUNS.

    Did you over see a battery take position? It hasn't the thrill of a cavalry charge northe grimness of a line determinedly on, hut there is a peculiar ...

    Article : 835 words
  3. AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

    The great drought as at length broken up. The rain was general. Not a district escaped the welcome visitation. It would, be hard to arrive at anything like Ii fair estimate of the ...

    Article : 1,650 words
  4. WIT AND HUMOUR.

    Take a quarter bar of Genuine Magic Soap, dissolve in from 12gal. to 15gal. water (an ordinary copper). When the water is boiling thoroughly, put in the dirty clothes (which ...

    Article : 100 words
  5. QUEEN PATTI.

    On Sunday Mdme. Patti and M. Nicolini, with a maid and a little woe dog, travelled up from Craig-y-nos to London. Ten hours, as I live, did the most famous ...

    Article : 1,025 words
  6. LADIES' COLUMN.

    The old year is dead and gone, with its land and silver "booms," its drought, and its great Centennial Exhibition. It has been prayed out sung out, watched out, and danced out. ...

    Article : 374 words
  7. "London Punch" on the Queensland Gubernatorial Difficulty.

    MR. Punch's account of a difference between the Home Government and "our Independencies" is entertaining:—TELEGRAM FROM PRIME MINISTER OF ...

    Article : 1,332 words
  8. AFTER MARRIAGE.

    It is said, and, doubtless, with some truth, says a writer in an American journal, that, honeyed as may be the first days of a wedded life, the first year after marriage is the ...

    Article : 2,289 words
  9. THE CURE OF DYSPEPSIA.

    Popsin Tabloids are very extensively prescribed, and with great satisfaction, for gastric dyspepsia. While they by no means compensate for irregularity in the times of eating, bolting ...

    Article : 492 words
  10. SUDDENLY STRICKEN BLIND.

    A catastrophe such as few men have the stoicism to bear and few survive, has (says the Cincinnati Enquiver) come like a thundr-clap upon Charles Cullman. Last Saturday night, ...

    Article : 486 words
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