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  2. MR. AND MRS. BOWSER.

    Some time since I referred to the fact that I had carefully preserved arranged, and filed all of Mr. Bowser's lover letters, and I advised every bride to do the same thing. I now desire ...

    Article : 1,167 words
  3. THE BUNYIP.

    Every one who has lived in Australia has heard of the Bunyip. It is the one respectable flesh-curdling horror of which Australia can boast. The old world has her tales of ghoul ...

    Article : 1,495 words
  4. SURMISES OF SAVAGES.

    Some women on the borders of the Great Sahara thought the Abbe Poiret had a green skin because he wore gloves of that hue, and others in a nomadic tribe of Morocco were ...

    Article : 1,328 words
  5. TRAPPED IN A PIT WITH A COBRA.

    A General, whose name Mr. Inglis does not give, tells the following story of his experience in a pit-trap in an Indian jungle, in "Tent Life in Tiger Land":— ...

    Article : 949 words
  6. GOOD STORIES OF THE PRESENT DAY.

    If you were certain in your own mind that man sought your life, and that he would not [?] one of the other of you were dead, [?] would be a strange one. No matter ...

    Article : 2,580 words
  7. THE FROZEN [?]

    I know not how it was, but I felt no [?] in this man's company to speak with, [?] again and again with heart [?] ...

    Article : 3,513 words
  8. THE BLACKSMITH AND THE BEAR.

    From Mr. Inglis's "Tent Life in Tiger Land", we extract the following story of a death-wrostle between one Billy Parrot, a blacksmith and a great she -bear on the ...

    Article : 875 words
  9. Principal Tulloch and the Queen.

    In a review of Mrs. Oliphant's "Memoir of Principal Tulloch," the Poll Mall (Gazatte says:—"The general reader will welcome the pleasant little glimpses given of his intercourse ...

    Article : 383 words
  10. A Story of the German Emperor.

    A good story is told by Truth of the German Emperor. During the recent man[?]vres he was ruling with his staff, and came across two huge waggous on the Berlin road. Asking where ...

    Article : 184 words
  11. THE BURROUGHS PEPSIN ELIXOID.

    This preparation will be found preferable to the ordinary liquors, on account of its much more agreeable flavour, and by its being made more effective from slight acidulation, which ...

    Article : 265 words
  12. The Thoughts of the Drowning.

    It is well known that people who have just escaped death by drowning say that during the last period of their Immersion, after the conscious struggle for life has caused they recall ...

    Article : 229 words
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